[mahr-shuh l-see] /ˈmɑr ʃəlˌsi/

noun, British History.
the court of the marshal of the royal household.
a debtors’ prison in London, abolished in 1842.
(formerly in England) a court held before the knight marshal: abolished 1849
a prison for debtors and others, situated in Southwark, London: abolished in 1842


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