chamberlain, lord great
The office of lord chamberlain is quite distinct. He has direct charge of the royal household and in 1737 was given the power of licensing plays. This was strengthened by an Act of 1843 and not abolished until 1968. The vice-chamberlain is a deputy to the lord chamberlain.
J. A. Cannon
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