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armour Beaded border Cabled border caparisoned carved gothic panel cast from chipped cast from fine cast from indistinct central spike chequy chevron betw chief chipped impression cinquefoil conical helmet conjoined coronet counterseal Creamy-white crescent Crest crosses crosslet crown cusped Dark-green Diet Earl Early 13th cent edge chipped embattled engrailed ermine estoile fess betw field fleur-de-lis Green Harl hauberk of mail head erased helmet and nasal Horse galloping initial letters injured by pressure inner edge John Late 12th cent Legend wanting Lewis lion rampant long convex shield Lord lxxxv martlets matrix mullets Norf Northt ornamental mantling ornamental shield ornamented with ball-flowers pale perfect placard Plaster cast Pointed oval quarterly saltire shield of arms shield with central SIGILL SIGILLVM small ball-flowers spandrils sprigs of foliage strap Suff Sulph surcoat Suspended sword Temp Thomas Topogr trefoil wavy William wreath wyverns
Page 148 - ... shield of arms — left, three garbs ; right, two piles meeting towards the base. Below, two kneeling figures — that on the right John Balliol of Barnard Castle, founder, in armour, with a shield of arms : an orle (Balliol) ; that on the left his wife, the lady Devorguilla, holding by the left hand a shield of arms : a lion rampant (Galloway). Each of these figures is holding up the hand, supporting a model of the collegiate buildings (thereby indicated to be dedicated to the Virgin), which...
Page 58 - ... Antrim, he had four children : Charles, who died an infant ;, George, the witty duke, who succeeded him ; Francis, who fell in the civil wars ; and Mary, afterwards Duchess of Richmond. THE LORD CHAMBERLINE, pp. 22, 23. ARMS. — Per pale az. and gu., three lions rampant, two and one, arg. ; the shield encircled with a garter, inscribed with the motto of the order, and ensigned with the coronet of an earl. ' William Herbert, third Earl of Pembroke, was the eldest son of Henry Herbert, the second...
Page 217 - November 3, 1372, he was called prince of Aquitaine and Wales, duke of Cornwall and earl of Chester ; after 1372 his titles were the same as in 1343-62.
Page 124 - The living -is a vicarage, in the peculiar jurisdiction and patronage of the Archbishop of Canterbury, rated in the king's books at £7.
Page 58 - SEAL OF HENRY, PRINCE OF WALES, DUKE OF CORNWALL, AND EARL OF CHESTER, AFTERWARDS HENRY V. OFFICE OF THE COCKETT. In a quadrilobe a shield of arms : quarterly i, 4, France, modern ; 2, 3, England ; over all a label of three points, each indistinctly charged ; Henry Prince of Wales. Between two ostrich feathers labelled ; over the shield a swan rising. S'HENRIC'PRINCIPIS WAL'DUC'CORNUB...
Page 442 - Heleye^' co. Salop. 7026. [Temp. Edw. III.] Green: very imperfect. About \\ in. when perfect. [Harl. ch. 45 E. 38. | A shield of arms, coucht: fretty, for a fret, AUDLEY. Crest on a helmet, with grating, and lambrequin, a (griffin's?) head and wings erect.
Page 728 - blotted out. 80 yeares since." Between the chancel and this yle another monument, more costly, arched over, of white stone too, the statue of a knight, armes, and a ruffe, and gathered breeches, and a lady by him ; these two coates often carved : POULET. Quarterly, in the 2nd and 3rd quarters a fret, over all a fess [NORREYS]. The statues of four sons : Joh'es P. films et heres ; Amos [sc. Amias] P. filius 2d"9 ; Henr. P. filius 3 ; Tho. P. f. 4, obijt 14 July, 1611. Phillipus P. f. quintus.
Page 217 - Within a carved rosette of eight semicircular cusps, with a sunken trefoil in each spandril, and suspended by the strap or guige from an oak-tree between two slipped branches of the same, a shield of arms : ENGLAND, with a label of five points.
Page 330 - To the r. In armour ; hauberk of mail, surcoat, sword, shield of arms slung by the strap over the shoulder. Horse galloping. Arms as on rev.