Constable

Constable, a high officer of State in the Roman empire, in France, and in England, charged at one time with military, judicial, and regulative functions.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Consols * Constable, Archibald
Conrad III.
Conrad of Thüringia
Conradin the Boy
Consalvi
Conscience, Hendrik
Conscript Fathers
Conservation of Energy
Conservatism
Considérant, Victor Prosper
Consols
Constable
Constable, Archibald
Constable, Henry
Constable, John
Constable de Bourbon
Constance
Constance, Lake
Constant, Benjamin
Constant de Rebecque, Henry Benjamin de
Constantia
Constantine

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Constable in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

Links here from Chalmers

Burton, John [1697–1771]
Constable, Henry
Lavington, George
Mackenzie, George
Morton, Thomas
Seward, Anna
Sidney, Philip