1. "Planted firmly across the path of change, operating warily, shrewdly yet with passionate conviction in defence of the existing order, was a peer who was Chancellor of Oxford University for life, had twice held the India Office, twice the Foreign Office and was now Prime Minister for the third time. He was Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne-Cecil, Lord Salisbury, ninth Earl and third Marquess of his line."
- Barbara W. Tuchman, The Proud Tower: A Portrait of the World Before the War 1890-1914
3. "Had I known that these legs were to carry a Lord Chancellor, I would have taken better care of them when I was a lad. Duke of Grafton"
- Barbara W. Tuchman, The March of Folly: From Troy to Vietnam
5. "Books are wonderful, aren't they?' she said to the vice-chancellor who concurred. 'At the risk of sounding like a piece of steak,' she said, 'they tenderise one."
- Quote by Alan Bennett
6. "Before the war I often had the impression of being in the household of a busy architect and building tycoon rather than the Führer and Reich Chancellor."
- Quote by Heinz Linge
7. "If in the end Erso’s research moves us closer to engineering a weapon for the battle station, then you will have not only my gratitude, but also that of Supreme Chancellor Palpatine and the Republic itself. Krennic restrained a smile. We all play our part, Vice Chancellor."
- James Luceno, Star Wars: Catalyst: A Rogue One Story
8. "The greatest university of all is a collection of books."
- Quote by Thomas Carlyle
9. "Galder Weatherwax, Supreme Grand Conjuror of the Order of the Silver Star, Lord Imperial of the Sacred Staff, Eighth Level Ipsissimus and 304th Chancellor of Unseen University, wasn’t simply an impressive sight even in his red nightshirt with the hand-embroidered mystic runes, even in his long cap with the bobble on, even with the Wee Willie Winkie candlestick in his hand. He even managed to very nearly pull it off in fluffy pompom slippers as"
- Terry Pratchett, The Light Fantastic
10. "It always amazes me how people in Europe and the United States can be so indifferent to the speeches of their chancellor or president, for these worlds from the top can be a wind sock for what might happen next."
- Quote by Paul Rusesabagina