Elven's Heraldry (Google eBook)

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Page 352 - Crest: Out of a ducal coronet or a plume of five ostrich feathers argent, therefrom issuant a falcon rising of the last. O' BYRNE Gules a chevron between three dexter hands couped at the wrist argent.
Page 474 - Issuant from a bridge of one arch, embattled, and having at each end a tower, a demi-hussar, in the uniform of the 18th regiment, holding in his right hand a sabre, and in his left a pennon flying to the sinister, gules, and inscribed in gold letters,
Page 527 - 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.
Page 339 - On a naval crown, or; the chelengk, or plume of triumph...
Page 241 - Crest of augmentation, out of a naval crown, the rim encircled with a branch of laurel, an arm, embowed, vested in naval uniform, grasping a flag-staff, flowing therefrom a flag, inscribed "Cottaro.*' — Family Crest, two wings, addorsed, or.
Page 416 - Sexton, [London] ar. three chaplets, in bend, gu. betw. two bend lets of the last. — Crest, out of a ducal coronet or, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, ppr. garnished of the first, holding in the gauntlet an anchor sa. fluke and cable or.
Page 82 - ACRE ; also a crest of augmentation, a Highlander of the 92d foot, up to the middle in water, grasping in his right hand a broad-sword, and in his left a banner, inscribed
Page 454 - Crest, on a wreatli a book erect gu., clasped and ornamented or ; thereon a silver penny, on which is written the Lord's Prayer ; on the top of the book a dove proper, in its beak a crowquill aa. Motto, Pnxmium virtutls honos...
Page 118 - Out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-lion, rampant, gu., holding a forked pennon, of the last, flowing to the sinister, one-third per pale from the staff, ar., charged with the cross of St. George.
Page 171 - Crest, out of a mural coronet, gu. a dexter arm embowed in armour, ppr. garnished, or holding in the hand ppr. a tilting spear of the last. DUBIIAM. FRITH (3rd S. iv. 478), in the Weald of Kent, where also it signifies a wood, is pronounced

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