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A Selection of Arms Authorized by the Laws of Heraldry
Bernard Burke, Sir,HardPress
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1st and 4th 2nd and 3rd 2ndly 9rmS.—Quarterly Alexander ancient family Anne bapt Baron of Navan Bart bend bezants bordure Bradshaigh Bramfield branch brother Capt Captain Carteret Castle Catherine charged Charles chev chevron chief Clanaboy Clere co-heir counterchanged couped crescents Crest cross-crosslet CrtSt.—A demi-lion descended dexter hand Dublin Eagar Earl Edstaston Edward eldest dau Elizabeth engrailed erased escallops escutcheon fesse fleurs-de-lis Francis George grandson Hall Hamilton head heir heiress Henry High Sheriff holy orders House impales Ireland James Jane Joseph July Kent Kildalkey King Knight Lancaster late John lion rampant London Lord Mallet Manor Margaret martlets Mary Maxwell Meath motto mullets Nangle Navan O'Neill pale parish Park Philip de Carteret quartered Rabett Rector representative Richard Robert saltire Sarah sinister sons Stafford succeeded Suffolk Thomas vert Walter wife William wreath
Page 76 - Or within a bordure of the last charged with eight roses of the first...
Page 104 - This clan is the only one, with the exception perhaps of the clan Donnachie, whose descent from the ancient earls of the district in which their possessions lay, can be proved by charter...
Page 50 - Out of a ducal coronet, or, an oak tree, fructed, and penetrated transversely in the main stem by a frame-saw, ppr., in a frame of the first.
Page 76 - For, as the story goes, the king being exceedingly grieved that the body of his friend should be so disgracefully treated by his enemies, proffered a great reward to any of his subjects who would adventure to rescue it ; but when none would undertake that hazardous...
Page 30 - Crest, out of a ducal coronet, a plume of five ostrich feathers, az.
Page 109 - ... gyronny of eight, or and sa. within a bordure gu. charged with eight escallops of the first; a canton, gyronny of eight, gu.
Page 102 - He then conducted the king into his barn, where his guest requested a basin and towel, to remove the stains of the broil. This being procured with difficulty, James employed himself in learning what was the summit of his deliverer's earthly wishes, and found that they were bounded by the desire of possessing, in property, the farm of Braehead, upon which he laboured as a bondsman.