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" Whereas, some differences hath arisen between our subjects of South and North Britain, travelling by sea, about the bearing of their flags; for the avoiding of all such contentions hereafter, we have, with the advice of our Council, ordered, from henceforth,... "
Maryland Historical Magazine - Page 223
edited by - 1914
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The graphic & historical illustrator, ed. by E.W. Brayley

Edward Wedlake Brayley - 1834
...George ; by virtue of a Royal Ordinance, of which the following is a copy : " Whereas some difference hath arisen, between our subjects of South and North Britain, travelling by seas, about the bearing of their flags : for the avoiding of all such contentions hereafter, we have,...
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History of the national flag of the United States of America

Schuyler Hamilton - Flags - 1853 - 115 pages
...proclamation, dated April 12, 1606. An extract from this proclamation follows :— " Whereas, some difference hath arisen between our subjects of South and North Britain, travelling by seas, about the bearing of their flags: for the avoiding of all such contentions hereafter, we have,...
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Flags: some account of their history and uses

Andrew Macgeorge - 1881
...anent the bearing of their flags;" and in the proclamation issued in 1606, King James appoints that " from henceforth all our subjects of this Isle and Kingdom of Great Britain shall bear in the maintop the red cross commonly called St. George's Cross, and the white cross commonly...
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The British fleet: the growth, achievements and duties of the navy of the empire

Charles Napier Robinson - Great Britain - 1894 - 560 pages
...Flores on the ist September, 1591." ' ni : On April I2th, 1606, it was ordered by King James, that, " Henceforth all our subjects of this isle and Kingdom of Great Britain and the members thereof, shall a yellow diamond or oval, one bearing the St. George's cross, the other,...
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FLAGS OF THE WORLD PAST AND PRESENT THEIR STORY AND ASSOCIATIONS

W.J. GORDON - 1915
...Royal Ordinance of April 12th, 1605, dealt with the matter as follows :—" Whereas some difference hath arisen between our subjects of South and North Britain, travelling by seas, about the bearing of their flags,—for the avoiding of all such contentions hereafter we have,...
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Origin and history of the American flag and of the naval and yacht ..., Volume 1

George Henry Preble, Charles Edward Asnis - Flags - 1917
...The royal ordinance establishing the first A union Device of isoo. ' union jack' is as follows:— " Whereas some differences hath arisen between our subjects...subjects of this Isle and Kingdom of Great Britain, and the members thereof, shall bear in the maintop the red cross, commonly called St. George's cross,...
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Flags of the world

Byron McCandless, Gilbert Hovey Grosvenor, National Geographic Society (U.S.) - Flags - 1917 - 2 pages
...our subjects of South and North Britain, traveling by seas, about the- bearing of their flags,—for the- avoiding of all such contentions hereafter, we have, with the- advice- of our council, ordered that from hence-forth all our subjects of this isle- and kingdom of Greater Britain, and the members...
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The Jacobean Union: A Reconsideration of British Civil Policies Under the ...

Andrew D. Nicholls - History - 1999 - 213 pages
...another area that received royal attention. In April 1606, James issued a proclamation ordering: "That from henceforth, all our Subjects of this Isle and Kingdom of Great Britain and the members thereof, shall bear in the Mainetoppe the Red Cross, commonly called St. George's Cross,...
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A Complete Guide to Heraldry

Arthur Charles Fox-Davies - History - 2007 - 647 pages
...than a purely English or Scottish, flag. But let the Proclamation speak for itself. "By the King. " Whereas, some differences hath arisen between Our subjects of South and North Britaine travelling by Seas, about the bearing of their Flagges: For the avoiding of all contentions...
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The Reliquary and Illustrated Archaeologist,: A Quarterly Journal ..., Volume 22

Archaeology - 1881
...anent the bearing of their flags ;" and in the proclamation issued in 1606, King James appoints that " from henceforth all our subjects of this Isle and Kingdom of Great Britain shall bear on the maintop the Red Cross, commonly called St. George's Cross, and the White Cross, commonly...
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