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1st and 4th 2nd and 3rd Alexander Andrews Astle Bain bearing arms:—A bend sinister bend three Beneath a shield Bishop boar heads couped boar heads erased capeline chevron between three chief three stars comitis Couche Crest crosier cross crosslets fitchee David detached seal dexter Diam died Douglas Book Durham Ch eagle dispiayed Earl of Mar Edinb Edinburgh engrailed ermine escroll fess chequy fess point fleurs de lis Foliage at top Frasers of Philorth guardant helmet with mantling Homage iacobi iohannis James knight Laing Ch Legend Caps Legend Goth lion rampant Lord lymphad mantling and wreath Melrose Ch Morton Ch Motto papingos Patrick Pointed oval Record Robert royal tressure saltire Scot shield bearing arms sides of shield sigillvm Signet stars in chief succeeded Supporters Three boar heads three buckles Three cinquefoils Three crescents Three fleurs top and sides
Page 333 - Three fleurs de lis within a bordure charged with eight buckles. 2nd and 3rd : A fess chequy within a bordure engrailed charged with eight buckles. Surtout: A saltire between four roses. Motto, beneath shield : IIAVMINA. Legend (Caps.) : s' ROBERTI • STVART • EPI • CATHANEN.
Page 96 - ... June? 1770. Monday, 1 1 June. A plowman near Biggleswade, in Bedfordshire, threw up a pot of gold coins, supposed of Edward VI. [presumably Edward IV] one of them measured exactly one inch, one quarter, and one eighth in diameter; the representation on one side is a man in armour, in a ship, holding a sword in his right hand, and on his left arm a shield, with four compartments of three lions and three fleur-de-lis. On the other side a large cross equally divided, the legend hardly to be made...
Page 333 - RS at sides, bearing arms : — 1st and 4th : three fleur-de-lis within a bordure charged with eight buckles. 2nd and 3rd : a fess chequy within a bordure engrailed.
Page 131 - Couche. 1st : [Three boar heads]. 2nd : Three lion heads erased. 3rd : [Three crescents within a royal tressure]. 4th : Three fraises. Crest : On a helmet front face with wreath, a [stag] head. Background of scroll work for mantling.
Page 336 - Beneath a shield bearing arms : 1st and 4th : three fleur-de-lis within a bordure charged with eight buckles. 2nd and 3rd : a fess chequy within a bordure charged with eight buckles. Surtout : a saltire between four roses. Legend (Goth : lc) : S' : robertus : elictus : Cathanen : epus : cfirmat.
Page 131 - Three boar heads erased. 2nd: Three lion heads erased. 3rd : Three crescents within a royal tressure. 4th : Three fraises. Crest : On a helmet with mantling and coronet, a stag head. Supporters : Two greyhounds.
Page 201 - Ross, c. 1365 — c. 1380. 1st and 4th : On a bend three buckles (Leslie). 2nd and 3rd : Three lions rampant (Ross). The shield is supported on the breast of an eagle dispiayed.
Page 332 - Couche. 1st and 4th : Three fleurs de lis. 2nd and 3rd : A fess chequy within a bordure engrailed. Surtout: A saltire between four roses. Crest : On a helmet with wreath, a bull head. Supporters : Two wolves. Legend (Goth. Ie) : &' • iofjannia • attuaet . cometta • 59e • leuennar.
Page 233 - On an imperial crown proper a lion sejant affronte gules imperially crowned Or, holding in the dexter paw a sword, and in the sinister a sceptre erect also proper (for Scotland).