impress (n.) 1
conscription, enforced service
AC III.vii.36 [Enobarbus to Antony] Your mariners are muleters, reapers, people / Engrossed by swift impress
Ham I.i.75 [Marcellus to Horatio and Barnardo, of activities in Denmark] Why such impress of shipwrights
TC II.i.97 [Achilles to Thersites] Ajax was here the voluntary, and you as under an impress [also: marked by blows]