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An Alphabetical Dictionary of Coats of Arms Belonging to Families in Great ... - Page 1045
by John Woody Papworth - 1874
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Library of Universal Knowledge, Volume 9

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1880
...1270, the present arms were substituted, viz., gnle*, three legs of men in armor, conjoined in tesse at the upper part of the thighs, flexed in triangle, garnished and spnrrred, or, with the inotto on garter surrounding. Quocimgui jtceri* stabit. See " The Isle of Man....
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Proceedings, Volume 39

Literary and Philosophical Society of Liverpool - 1885
...form we usually see is thus described in heraldry : Gules, three legs armed, conjoined in fesse at the upper part of the thighs, flexed in triangle, garnished and spurred, or. Motto : Quocunque jeceris stabit, that is " whichever way you throw it, it will stand." But this...
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Manx Note Book, Volumes 1-2

History - 1885
...form we usually see is thus described in heraldry: Gules, three legs armed, conjoined in fesse at the upper part of the thighs, flexed in triangle, garnished and spurred, or. Motto : Quocunque yeceris Stabit, that is " whichever way you throw it, it will stand." But this...
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The International cyclopedia: a compendium of human knowledge, Volume 9

Richard Gleason Greene - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1890
...1270 the present arms were substituted, viz., Quiet, three legs of men in armor, conjoined in fesse at the upper part of the thighs, flexed in triangle, garnished and spurred, or, with the motto on garter surrounding, Quocunquejeceris slabit. See The Isle of Man, its Hiitory,...
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The Denham Tracts: A Collection of Folklore : Reprinted from the ..., Volume 1

Michael Aislabie Denham - Folklore - 1892
...three legs of Man. The arms of the island are, Gules, three armed legs argent, conjoined in a fess at the upper part of the thighs, flexed in triangle, garnished and spurred topaz. The motto is " Quocunque Jeceris Stabit. Whatever way you throw me I will stand."' [Whichever...
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An Ordinary of Arms: Contained in the Public Register of All Arms and ...

Sir James Balfour Paul - Heraldry - 1893 - 428 pages
...or (2nd quarter). MACLEOD OF MUIRAYONSIDE (1731). Gu. three legs armed ppr. conjoined in the centre at the upper part of the thighs, flexed in triangle, garnished and spurred or (2nd quarter). MACLEOD OF CADBOLL (ist matric. . . ., 2nd do. 1784). Gu. three legs armed ppr. conjoined...
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A history of the Isle of Man, Volume 1

Arthur William Moore - Isle of Man - 1900
...present description of the Manx arms is as follows : " Gules, three legs armed, conjoined in fesse at the upper part of the thighs, flexed in triangle, garnished and spurred, or." Essentially the same description is given in Guillim's Display of Heraldry, 1610. The motto Quocunque...
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The American Historical Magazine, Volume 3

United States - 1908
...first for the earldom of March ; third, three legs of a man armed proper, conjoined in the centre, at the upper part of the thighs, flexed in triangle, garnished and spurred or, for the Isle of Man ; and fourth, or, a saltire and chief gules, for the lordship of Annandale....
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FLAGS OF THE WORLD PAST AND PRESENT THEIR STORY AND ASSOCIATIONS

W.J. GORDON - 1915
...Man are legs," says Planche ; heraldically they are " gules, three human legs in armour proper, conjoined in the fess point at the upper part of the thighs and flexed in triangle." The three legs thus fitted together were the arms of Sicily, but the legs...
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Flags of the World, Past and Present: Their Story and Associations

William John Gordon - Flags - 1915 - 256 pages
...Man are legs," says Planche ; heraldically they are " gules, three human legs in armour proper, conjoined in the fess point at the upper part of the thighs and flexed in triangle." The three legs thus fitted together were the arms of Sicily, but the legs...
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