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" Arms to the end that Our Officers of Arms and all other Public Functionaries whom it may concern may take full notice and have knowledge thereof in their several and respective Departments. And for so doing this shall be your Warrant GIVEN at Our Court... "
An index to changes of name: under authority of act of Parliament or Royal ... - Page xxviii
1905 - 357 pages
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The Stirling peerage, trial of A.Humphrys or Alexander, styling himself earl ...

Alexander Alexander (calling himself 9th earl of Stirling.) - 1839
...issue may assume and take the surname of Alexander in addition to and after that of Humphrys, provided this our concession and declaration be recorded in our College of Arms, otherwise this our licence and permission to be void aud of none effect. Our will and pleasure therefore...
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The Stirling Peerage: Trial of Alexander Humphrys Or Alexander, Styling ...

1839 - 367 pages
...issue may assume and take the surname of Alexander in addition to and after that of Humphrys, provided this our concession and declaration be recorded in our College of Arms, otherwise this our licence and permission to be void aud of none effect. Our will and pleasure therefore...
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Correspondence Relating to the Great Seal of the Province of Nova Scotia ...

Canada - 1877 - 50 pages
...Warrant. Our will and pleasure, therefore, is that you, Edward George Fitzalan Howard, Deputy, &c., to whom the cognizance of matters of this nature doth...and declaration be recorded in our College of Arms, in order that our officers of Arms and all other public functionaries whom it may concern may take...
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Picturesque Quebec: A Sequel to Quebec Past and Present

Sir James MacPherson Le Moine - Québec (Province) - 1882 - 535 pages
...Fitzalan Howard, (commonly called Lord Edward George Fitzalan Howard) Deputy to our said Earl Marshal, to whom the cognizance of matters of this nature doth...and Declaration be recorded in our college of arms, in order that Our Officers of Arms and all other Public Functionaries whom it may concern may take...
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The Canadian Law Times, Volume 29

Edward Douglas Armour, Edward Betley Brown, Charles Elliott, Edward Gillis, Augustus Henry Frazer Lefroy, Alfred Taylour Hunter, Bram Thompson - Law - 1909
...according to the laws of arms. / " Our will and pleasure, therefore, is that you, Henry, Duke of Xori"olk, to whom the cognizance of matters of this nature doth...and declaration be recorded in our college of arms, etc." " Given at our court at St. James this twenty-seventh day of February, 1909, in the ninth year...
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Lois de la Législature de la Province Du Manitoba, Volumes 1-2

Manitoba - Session laws - 1907
...according to the laws of arms. Our will and pleasure therefore is that you, Henry Duke of ISforfolk, to whom the cognizance of matters of this nature doth...and declaration be recorded in our College of Arms in order that our officers of arms and all other public functionaries whom it may concern may take...
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