recourse (n.)
opportunity of going, means of access
E3 IV.i.27[Salisbury to Villiers] I / without restraint may have recourse to Calais
MW II.i.198[Ford to Host, of Falstaff] I'll give you a pottle of burnt sack to give me recourse to him
R3 III.v.108[Richard alone] Now will I ... give notice that no manner of person / Have any time recourse unto the princes
TG III.i.112[Duke to Valentine, of a lady] no man hath recourse to her by night

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