An Alphabetical Dictionary of Coats of Arms Belonging to Families in Great Britain and Ireland: Forming an Extensive Ordinary of British Armorials; Upon an Entirely New Plan, in which the Arms are Systematically Subdivided Throughout, and So Arranged in Alphabetical Order, that the Names of Families Whose Shields are Found on Buildings, Monuments, Seals, Paintings, Plate, Etc., Whether Mediæval Or Modern, Can be Readily Ascertained, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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T. Richards, 1874 - Heraldry - 1125 pages
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Page 294 - Az. ten billets, four, three, two and one, or, on a chief of the la-st a demi lion ramp, issnant sa." Of the last is used to prevent a repetition of
Page 24 - Sutton ; second and third, or, two bars az. a chief, quarterly, of the second and gu. the first and fourth quarters charged with two fleurs-de-lis gold; the second and third, each charged with a 'lion of England ; on a crescent sa. a mullet ar. for diflF.
Page 10 - Lane.] ar. three sheaves of as many arrows ppr. banded gu. ; on a chief az. a bee, volant, or. — Crest, a demi lion ramp.
Page 166 - Duke of Cornwall and Rothsay, Earl of Carrick, Baron of Renfrew, Lord of the Isles, and Great Steward of Scotland, Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester.
Page 351 - It represents a castle surmounted by two others, placed pyramidically, and embattled. The castle stands on a bridge of Gothic work, with water underneath ; on each...
Page 274 - I. gu. on a bend betw. 6 crosses crosslet fitche'e 3O ar. an escutcheon or, charged with a demi-lion ramp, pierced through the mouth with an arrow, within a double tressure flory counter flory gu.
Page 266 - July 171)3; quartering quarterly or on a pile gu. betw. six fleurs-de-lis az. three lions pass, guard, of the first, with gu.
Page 135 - Scotland] or, a lion ramp. sa. holding in the dexter paw an arrow, and in the sinister a bow, all ppr. within a double tressure counterflory of the second.
Page 368 - But there was another course open — Denbigh County may have taken the Arms of Denbigh Borough, as we shall find Glamorganshire did those of its County Town, and it is not unusual for the Arms of the County and County Town to be identical. The Arms of Denbigh Borough are : " On a mount a castle triple-towered, with spires and fanes on each, on the mount, before the castle, a greyhound couchant. On each side the castle an escutcheon, on the dexter the Arms of France and England, on the sinister...
Page 366 - Quarterly, 1st, az. a castle triple-towered ar. masoned sa. standing on a rock ppr., doors and windows gu., on the top of the middle tower a cock, and on each of the others an eagle or ; 2nd, gyronny of eight or and sa.

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