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Page 138 - ... justify their proceedings. But the bloodhounds having thus fallen on the scent, were not to be turned aside by delicacies. Could they procure another copy the business would be effected — and effected it was. Carteret Webbe set his tools to work, for even hangmen have deputies. There was one Kidgell, a dainty priggish parson, much in vogue among the old ladies for his gossiping and quaint sermons, and chaplain to the Scotch Earl of March.
Page 96 - ... Pennicuik of that Ilk have doubtless reference to this tenure ; and the crest and one of the two mottoes of the Clerks of Penicuik seem to have been adopted for the same reason. In 1672-76, 'John Clerk of Pennicook ' matriculated his arms in the Lyon Register as ' Or, a fess chickie azur and argent betwixt two crescents in chief gules and a Boar's head couped in Base sable : above the shield ane helmet befitting his degree, mantled gules doubled argent Next is placed for his crest issuing out...
Page 39 - ... in some grounds near the Wallington Brewery. Lysons' " Environs of London " gives the following account of this old chapel : — " In a field near the road is an ancient chapel, built of flint and stone. It has been new roofed, and is now used as a cart-house and stable ; the stone-work of the windows is entire ; the east window has been stopped up, on each side of which is a niche of rich Gothic architecture ; and in the south-east corner is a third for the holy water. The present proprietor...
Page 64 - Whether this is true or not it is impossible to say, but the fact remains that the Handforth register contains no entry of his burial.
Page 188 - Borough, [Surrey] sa. on a mount vert, a castle with two towers, embattled ; on each tower a spire, surmounted with a ball ; from the battlements belw.
Page 92 - Hoskins — viz., party per pale (gules and azure), a chevron engrailed (or) between three lions rampant (argent...
Page 104 - Clayton ; impaling paly of six or and gules on a canton argent, a bear rampant, sable, for Trott; Martha, the wife of Sir Robert Clayton, being the daughter of Mr.