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The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales: Comprising ... - Page xi
by Bernard Burke - 1864 - 1185 pages
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An introduction to heraldry, by H.Clark

Hugh Clark (heraldic engraver.) - 1829
...displayed on their colours, standards, banners, coaches, seals, &c. ARMS OF PRETENSION Are coats borne by sovereigns who are not in possession of the dominions to which such coats belong, but who claim or pretend to have a right to those territories, viz. Spain quarters the...
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The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Difussion of Useful ..., Volume 12

1838
...those which sovereigns bear as annexed to the territories they govern. 2. Of Pretension, those borne by sovereigns who are not in possession of the dominions...to which such arms belong, but who claim or pretend to have a right to such possession, as for instance the kings of England from Edward III. to George...
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The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., Volume 12

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1839
...those which sovereigns bear as annexed to the territories they govern. 2. Of Pretension, those borne by sovereigns who are not in possession of the dominions...to which such arms belong, but who claim or pretend to have a right to such possession, as for instance the kings of England from Edward III. to George...
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Political dictionary [articles repr. from the penny cyclopaedia, ed. by G ...

Political dictionary - 1846
...which princes bear as annexed to the territories they govern. 2. Of Pretension, those borne by princes who are not in possession of the dominions to which such arms belong, but who claim or pretend to have a right to such possession, as for instance the kings of England from Edward III. to George...
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The Patrician, Volume 1

John Burke, Bernard Burke - Heraldry - 1846
...J»I)ttlB of ®\-mi. According to the received authorities, there are ten classes of arms : — 1. ARMS OF DOMINION-, those borne by Sovereigns and annexed to the territories they govern. 2. ARMS OK PRETENSION, used by Sovereigns who are not in possession of the dominions to which such arms belong,...
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The Standard Library Cyclopaedia of Political, Constitutional ..., Volume 3

Economics - 1853
...which princes bear as annexed to the territories they govern. 2. Of Pretension, those borne by princes who are not in possession of the dominions to which such arms belong, but who claim or pretend to have a right to such possession, as for instance the kings of England from Edward III. to George...
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Vicissitudes of families: and other essays, Volume 1

Sir Bernard Burke - History - 1860 - 437 pages
...&hiel& of Erms. According to the received authorities, there are ten classes of arms : — 1. ARMS or DOMINION, those borne by Sovereigns and annexed to the territories they govern. 2. ARMS or PRETENSION, used by Sovereigns who are not in possession of the dominions to which such arms belong,...
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Vicissitudes of families, and other essays

John Bernard Burke (sir.) - Fiction - 1861
...Che Shteld of According to the received authorities, there are ten classes of arms : — 1 . ARMS OF DOMINION, those borne by Sovereigns and annexed to...but who claim, or pretend a right to them. Thus, the arms of England from Edward III. to George III. quartered the arms of France. 3. ARMS OF COMMUNITY,...
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The national encyclopædia. Libr. ed

National cyclopaedia - 1879
...which princes bear as annexed to the territories they govern. 2. Of Prt tension, those borne by princes who are not in possession of the dominions to which such arms belong, but who claim or pretend to have a right to such possession ; as, for instance, the kings of England from Edward III. to George...
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