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" a faulcon in a fetterlock,' implying that he was shut up from all hope and possibility of the kingdom, when his brother John of Gaunt began to aspire thereto. Whereupon he asked... "
Elements of heraldry - Page 19
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
...his brethren began to aspire thereto; whereupon he asked his sons, when he saw them beholding this device set up in a -window, What was Latin for a fetterlock?...the father said, Well, if you cannot tell me, I will (ell you : Hie, Atec, hoc taceatis, as advising them to be silent and quiet; and therewithal said,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 171

Edward Cave, John Nichols - Literature - 1842
...to aspire thereunto. Whereupon he asked on a time his sons, when he saw them beholding this device in a window. What was Latin for a fetterlock - whereat...Well, if you cannot tell me, I will tell you : Hie, hac, hoc, Taceata, as advising them to be silent and quiet, and therewithall said. Yet God knoweth...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 172

Early English newspapers - 1842
...to aspire thereunto. Whereupon he asked on a time his sons, when he saw them beholding this device in a window. What was Latin for a fetterlock ? whereat...studied, the father said. Well, if you cannot tell me, I wilt tell you . Hie, luec, hoc, Tttceatit, as advising them to be silent and quiet, and therewithall...
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Lectures on Heraldry: In which the the Principles of the Science are ...

Archibald Barrington - Heraldry - 1844 - 216 pages
...— Supporters, two falcons, wings displayed and inverted, ar., beaked, membered, and belled, or. U. ROYAL BADGES. 1. Falcon in an open fetterlock. Badge...Well, if you cannot tell me, I will tell you— 'Hie base hoc taceatis — as advising them to be silent and quiet, saying, " Yet God knows what may come...
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Anecdotes of Painting in England: With Some Account of the ..., Volume 1

George Vertue - Gardening - 1885
...asked (on a time) his sons, when he saw them viewing this device, set up in a window : what was the Latin for a fetter-lock, whereat when the young gentlemen...Well, if you cannot tell me, I will tell you. Hie hcec hoc taceatis,' as advising them to be silent and quiet; and wherewithal said, ' Yet God knoweth,...
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Anecdotes of Painting in England: With Some Account of the ..., Volume 1

George Vertue - Gardening - 1885
...asked (on a time) his sons, when he saw them viewing this device, set up in a window : what was the Latin for a fetter-lock, whereat when the young gentlemen...Well, if you cannot tell me, I will tell you. Hie hcec hoc taceatis,' as advising them to be silent and quiet; and wherewithal said, ' Yet God knoweth,...
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Anecdotes of painting in England, with some account of the principal artists ...

Horace Walpole (4th earl of Orford.) - 1849
...sons, when he saw them viewing this deviee, set up in a window : what was the Latin for a fetter-loek, whereat when the young gentlemen studied, the father said, ' Well, if you eannot tell me, I will tell yon. Hie lure hoe taeealis,' as advising them to be silent and quiet ;...
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Proceedings, Volumes 12-13

Literary and Philosophical Society of Liverpool - 1858
...asked (on a time), his sons, when he saw them viewing this devise set up in a window, what was Latine for a fetterlock, whereat when the young gentlemen...Father said, 'Well, if you cannot tell me, I will you: Hie, hsec, hoc, taceatis,' as advUing them to be silent and quiet ; and therewithal said, ' Yet...
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The Journal of the British Archaeological Association, Volume 20

Archaeology - 1864
...brethren began to aspire thereunto. Whereupon he asked on a time his sons when he saw them beholding this device set up in a window, what was Latin for a fetterlock;...taceatis,' as advising them to be silent and quiet ; and therewithal said, ' yet God knoweth what may come to pass hereafter.' This his great grandchild,...
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The mirrour of majestie, or, The Badges of honour conceitedly emblazoned: A ...

Sir Henry Goodyere - Emblems - 1870 - 180 pages
...Dr. Barrington in his Lectures on Heraldry (pp. 182-3): — "Edmund of Langley, the great-grandfather of Edward IV., bore for impress ' a faulcon in a fetterlock,'...'Well, if you cannot tell me, I will tell you — Hie hcec hoc taceatis,' as advising them to be silent and quiet, saying, ' Yet God knows what may come...
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