The Visitation of the County of Warwick in the Year 1619: Taken by William Camden, Clarenceaux King of Arms (Harl. Mss. 1167) (Google eBook)
Mitchell and Hughes, 1877 - Heraldry - 464 pages
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Page 282 - Ermine, on a chevron gules 6ve bezants, in chief a crescent for difference. 7.— Argent, on a bend between two lions rampant sable, a dragon extended of the field.
Page 282 - Wilts.] quarterly: first and fourth, quarterly, ar. and gu.; in the second and third quarters, a fret or, over all, on a bend sa.
Page 42 - Or on a chevron between three lions' heads erased gules, as many bezants.
Page 94 - Gules, three broad arrows or, feathered and barbed argent. Crest — A dexter arm embowed in armour proper, garnished or, bound with a ribbon gules, holding an arrow.
Page 66 - Willey (e 1325)— bore, quarterly per fess danceHée argent and sable, in the first and fourth quarters a bugle horn of the lasL— Shirley, j F.
Page 183 - Borough to plead and be impleaded, to haue a comon scale, to haue twelue assistants besids twelue principall Burgesses, to haue power to make lawes and ordinances, for the more benefit of the sayd Borough, to haue a Kecorder, Sergiant at mace, and Clerke of the market, to haue power to choose and elect a new Bailifi'e, Burgesses & Recorder, That the...
Page 104 - Arms are blazoned — sable, on a chevron between three hinds trippant argent as many annulets of the first, for Cold — whence the School colours, sable and argent or black and white.
Page 202 - Argent, a cross flory sable within a bordure engrailed gules. 6.— Ermine, within a bordure gules charged with eight horse shoes or. 7. — Or a lion rampant double queued gules. 8. — Argent six lozenges conjoined in fess gules. 9. — Vert, on a chevron between three stags...