Franks Bequest: Catalogue of British and American Book Plates Bequeathed to the Trustees of the British Museum by Sir Augustus Wollaston Franks, Volume 3 (Google eBook)
Printed by Order of the Trustees, Sold at the British Museum, 1904 - Book collectors
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Page 280 - THE INCOME FROM THE BEQUEST OF CHARLES MINOT, OF SOMERVILLE, (Class of 1828.) Edwin ftootk't of William Winter. i i . Edwin Booth's Prompt- Books of " Hamlet," " Richard III.," and " Richard I/.," edited by William Winter, are published in uniform style with this volume. "King Lear," and other standard plays, will be included in the series.
Page 328 - Parker, ar. a chev. peaii, betw. three mullets sa; on a chief az. three bucks' heads, cabossed, or. — Crest, a talbot's head ar. collared pean, eared gu. Parker, ar. a lion pass. gu. betw. two bars sa. charged with three bezants, two and one; in chief as many bucks' i heads of the third. — Crest, on a mount vert, a stag, ' trippant, ppr. Parker, ar. a chev. betw. three bucks
Page 196 - His Excellency the Right Honourable Thomas Earl of Strafford, Viscount Wentworth of Wentworth Woodhouse, and of Stainborough, Baron of Raby, Newmarch, and Oversley, Her Majesty's Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the States General of ye United Provinces, and also at the Congress of Utrecht; Colonel of Her Majesty's own Royal Regiment of Dragoons, Lieutenant- General of all Her Forces ; First Lord of the Admiraltry (sic) of Great Britain and Ireland ; one of the Lords of Her Majesty's...
Page 334 - Lane. 14 July, 1660] ar. on a bend gu. betw. three pellets as many swans of the field ; on a sinister canton az. a demi ram salient of the first, and two fleurs-de-lis or, in chief, over all a baton trunked. — Crest, a ram's head couped ppr.
Page 352 - ... chev. gu. surmounted by a pale sa.— Crest, an eagle, rising, looking at the sun, ppr. Hodge, az. a fesse or, betw. three crescents. — Crest, out of a crescent, an etoile. HODGES, [Ireland] or, three crescents sa. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet, a greyhound's head, gu. Hodges, [Dors, and Glouc.] or, three crescents sa. ; on a canton of the second, a ducal crown of the first. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, an heraldic antelope's head ar. horned and tufted gold. Hodges, [Hemsted, Kent]...
Page 182 - Baron; died 1887.) 30923 (Warren), The right Honourable John Fleming Baron de Tabley of Tabley House in the County Palatine of Chester Colonel of the King's Regiment of Cheshire Yeomanry & Baronet.
Page 83 - RE eldest son of G. Whitmore, esq. of Lower Slaughter, Gloucestershire, col. in same corps, to Isabella Maxwell, eldest daughter of sir J. Stoddart, President of the High Court of Appeal, and Judge of the Vice Adm. Court, Malta. — At Cheltenham, capt. Wm. H. Foy, EIC to Mary, eldest daughter of col. WAS Boscawen.
Page 196 - DEDICATION To the Right Honourable, THOMAS, EARL OF DANBY, VISCOUNT LATIMER, and BARON OSBORNE of Kiveton, in Yorkshire; Lord High Treasurer of England, one of His Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council, and Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter.