from French procacité (15th c. in Godef.), from Latin procācitās, -ātem impudence,
from procāx, -ācem forward, bold, petulent, insolent, from proc-āre, -ārī to ask, demand
1621 - Diatribæ on the first Part of the Late History of Tithes (by J. Selden) , Bp. Richard Mountagu (Montagu);
see below from E-NED
From: The Anatomy of Melancholy:
What it Is, with All the Kinds, Causes, Symptomes, Prognostics, and Several Cures of it.
By Democritus Junior (Robert Burton)
The Ninth Edition, Volume II, 1800
Memb. VI. Subsect. I. Cure of Love-Melancholy, by Labour, Dyet, Physick, Fasting, &c.