dispatch, despatch (n.)
sending off, going, departure
Cym III.viii.16.1[First Senator to Tribunes, of their forces] the words of your commission / Will tie you to the numbers and the time / Of their despatch
H5 II.iv.6[French King to Dauphin] with all swift despatch, / To line and new repair our towns of war
Oth I.iii.46[Duke to First Senator, of Marcus Luccicos] wish him / Post-post-haste dispatch
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