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" CREST — A demi-savage grasping in his dexter hand a sheaf of arrows, and pointing with the sinister to an imperial crown or. MOTTO— This I'll defend. "
A Selection of Arms Authorized by the Laws of Heraldry - Page 104
by Sir Bernard Burke - 1860 - 244 pages
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The British herald; or, Cabinet of armorial bearings of the nobility ...

Thomas Robson - History - 1830
...cinquefoils in chief, and a sword, paleways, in base, ar. — Crest, a demi Savage, grasping in the dexter hand a sheaf of arrows, and pointing with the sinister to an imperial crown. Motto, Thill' II defend. M'Farlane, \ E«filnnd] ar. on a saltier wavy, betw. four rests uu. five plates....
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The British herald, or Cabinet of armorial bearings of the nobility & gentry ...

Thomas Robson (engraver.) - 1830
...cinquefoils in chief, and a sword, paleways, in base, ar. — Crest, a demi Savage, grasping in the dexter hand a sheaf of arrows, and pointing with the sinister to an imperial crown. Motto, Tins I'll defend. M'Farlane, [England] ar. on a saltier wavy, betw. four roses gu. five plates....
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The British Herald; Or, Cabinet of Armorial Bearings of the Nobility ...

Thomas Robson - Heraldry - 1830
...cinquefoils in chief, and a sword, paleways, in base, ar. — Cnsi, a demi Savage, grasping in the dexter hand a sheaf of arrows, and pointing with the sinister to au imperial crown. Motto, This I'll defend. M'f'arlane, [England] ar. on a saltier wavy, betw. four...
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Elven's Heraldry

John Peter Elven - History - 1851
...as pl. 93, n. 17, a dexter band apaumee, ppr., as at pl. 60, n. 10. GOVETT, a demi-savage, holding in his dexter hand a sheaf of arrows, and pointing with the sinister to a crown, — . pl. 47, n. 7. GOVISY, a de mi-lady, ppr., richly attired, az., holding in her dexter...
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The baronage of Angus and Mearns

David MacGregor Peter - Literary Collections - 1856
...— A demi-savage, wreathed, having a tartan plaid hung over his sinister shoulder, holding in the dexter hand a sheaf of arrows, and pointing with the sinister to a royal crown placed on the dexter side of the wreath, all proper. SDPPORTERS — Two Highlanders in...
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A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of ..., Volume 2

Sir Bernard Burke - Gentry - 1863
...Mr. MacFarlane d. Jan.1851. Лпвд— Arg., a saltire, engr., between four roses, gu. O-ííí— A demi-savage, grasping in his dexter hand a sheaf...and pointing with the sinister to an imperial crown, or. Sei»/« — Huntstown House, со. Dublin, and FallaghErin, со. Tyrone. MACGEORGE OF KETHER...
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The Book of Dumbartonshire: A History of the County, Burghs ..., Volume 2

Joseph Irving - Dumbartonshire, Scot - 1879
...Clanfarlane country.. FAMILY ARMS-:-— Argent, a saltire engrailed betwixt four roses, gules. Crest — A demi-savage grasping in his dexter hand a sheaf of arrows, and pointing with his sinister to an imperial crown, or. Supporters — Two Highlandmen in belted plaids, with broadswords,...
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Our Kindred: The McFarlan and Stern Families, of Chester County, Pa., and ...

Cyrus Stern, Jacob Taggart Stern, Elizabeth McFarlan Marshall - 1885 - 179 pages
...This may be inferred from the Family Arm». The crest that surmounts the helmet above the shield is a demi-savage, grasping in his dexter hand a sheaf of arrows, and pointing with the sinster to an imperial crown, exclaiming, " This I'll defend !" The scroll beneath the shield contains...
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McIan's Costumes of the Clans of Scotland: Seventy-four Coloured ...

Clans - 1899 - 343 pages
...dressed in belted plaids of appropriate tartan, with drawn swords, bows, and arrows, proper. Crest, a demi-savage grasping in his dexter hand a sheaf of arrows, and pointing with the sinister to a crown, or. Mottos, on a compartment wavy, "Loch Sloidh," and above the shield, " This I'll defend."...
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The North Carolina Booklet: Great Events in North Carolina History, Volume 14

Mrs. E. E. Moffitt - Local history - 1914
...misero. MCFABLAND. (John McFarland, 1770.) Argent, a saltire wavy between four roses gules. Crest — A demi-savage grasping in his dexter hand a sheaf...and pointing with the sinister to an imperial crown, or. Motto — This I'll defend. In a compartment above the crest the word "Lochsloy." McCULLOH. (Myrtaun,...
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