convey (v.) 1
carry off, make away with, take by force
3H6 IV.vi.81 [Post to Warwick, of Edward] He was conveyed by Richard Duke of Gloucester
AC III.xi.52 [Antony to Cleopatra] See / How I convey my shame out of thine eyes
Cym I.i.63 [Second Gentleman to First Gentleman] That a king's children should be so conveyed
MW I.iii.26 [Pistol to Nym, of stealing] 'Convey', the wise it call
R2 IV.i.316 [Richard to all] O, good, 'convey!' - Conveyors are you all
R3 IV.iv.76 [Queen Margaret to all, of Richard] saints pray, / To have him suddenly conveyed from hence

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