charge (n.)
money entrusted, valuables
1H4 II.i.47[Second Carrier to First Carrier, of the gentlemen] they will along with company, for they have great charge
1H4 II.i.59[Chamberlain to Gadshill] a kind of auditor, one that hath abundance of charge too
CE I.ii.73[Antipholus of Syracuse to Dromio of Ephesus] tell me how thou hast disposed thy charge [or: financial responsibility]
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