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Elements of heraldry - Page 20
by Archibald Barrington - 1844
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The baronetage of England, or, The history of the English baronets, and such ...

William Betham (rev.), rev. William Betham - History - 1802
...what may come to pass hereafter. This his great grandson reported, when he commanded that his youngest son, Richard, Duke of York, should use this device, with the fetterlock open. * Henry VIII. writ to her the following :— HENRY REX, To our right trusty and well-beloved...
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Memoirs of the rival houses of York and Lancaster, historical and ...

Emma Roberts - Great Britain - 1827
...God knoweth what may come to pass. This his great-grandchild Edward IV. reported, and bore it, and commanded that his younger son Richard Duke of York should use this device of a fetter-lock, but opened, as Roger Wall, a herald of that time, hath it." The livery of the House...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 172

Early English newspapers - 1842
...knoweth what may come to pass hereafter. This his great-grandchild King Edward the Fourth reported, when he commanded that his younger son, Richard Duke of York, should use this devise with the fetter-lock opened, as Roger Wall, an herald of that time, reporteth." With master...
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Lectures on Heraldry: In which the the Principles of the Science are ...

Archibald Barrington - Heraldry - 1844 - 216 pages
...come to pass hereafter." This his great-grandson repeated, when he commanded that his younger sou, Richard, Duke of York, should use this device, with...hart, couchant, collared, and chained, or. A favourite hadge of Richard II. It is placed under his arms over the north door of Westminster Hall, and may be...
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Anecdotes of Painting in England: With Some Account of the ..., Volume 1

George Vertue - Gardening - 1885
...wherewithal said, ' Yet God knoweth, what may come hereafter.' This his great-grandson, Edward IV. reported, when he commanded that his younger son, Richard, Duke...should use this device, with the fetterlock opened, as Roger Wall, a herald of that time, reporteth."—Camden's Remains, p. 215. Sandford, p. 357.—D. 1...
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Anecdotes of Painting in England: With Some Account of the ..., Volume 1

George Vertue - Gardening - 1885
...wherewithal said, ' Yet God knoweth, what may come hereafter.' This his great-grandson, Edward IV. reported, when he commanded that his younger son, Richard, Duke...should use this device, with the fetterlock opened, as Roger Wall, a herald of that time, reporteth."—Camden's Remains, p. 215. Sandford, p. 357.—D. 1...
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Proceedings, Volumes 12-13

Literary and Philosophical Society of Liverpool - 1858
...Yet God knoweth what may come to pass hereafter.' This his great grandson King Edward IV. reported, when he commanded that his younger son, Richard, Duke of York, should use this devise, with the fetterlock opened, as Roger Wall, an herald of that time, reporteth."— See Sandford's...
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The Journal of the British Archaeological Association, Volume 20

Archaeology - 1864
...knoweth what may come to pass hereafter.' This his great grandchild, King Edward the Fourth, reported when he commanded that his younger son, Richard Duke...should use this device with the fetterlock opened, as Roger Wall, an herald of that time reporteth." As this is a fair example of the way in which heraldry...
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The mirrour of majestie, or, The Badges of honour conceitedly emblazoned: A ...

Sir Henry Goodyere - Emblems - 1870 - 180 pages
...quiet, saying, ' Yet God knows what may come to pass hereafter.' This his great-grandson (Edward IV.) repeated, when he commanded that his younger son,...should use this device, with the fetterlock opened." The well-known feather badge has been the device of the Princes of Wales from the time of Arthur, son...
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The mirrour of majestie, or, The Badges of honour conceitedly emblazoned: A ...

Sir Henry Goodyere - Emblems - 1870 - 180 pages
...quiet, saying, ' Yet God knows what may come to pass hereafter.' This his great-grandson (Edward IV.) repeated, when he commanded that his younger son,...should use this device, with the fetterlock opened" The well-known feather badge has been the device of the Princes of Wales from the time of Arthur, son...
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