conduct (n.)
leadership, command
AYL V.iv.154[Jaques de Boys to all, of Duke Frederick] a mighty power ... / In his own conduct [i.e. under his own command]
Cym IV.ii.340[Captain to Lucius, of the new troops] they come / Under the conduct of bold Iachimo
KJ IV.ii.129[King John to Messenger] Under whose conduct came those powers of France / That ... are landed here?
Tit IV.iv.65[Aemilius to Saturninus, of the Goths] They hither march amain, under conduct / Of Lucius
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