An Ordinary of Arms Contained in the Public Register of All Arms and Bearings in Scotland

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W. Green & sons, 1893 - Heraldry - 428 pages
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Page ix - Eighth, by the Grace of God, King of Scotland, England, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c. and for relieving this, his ancient kingdom, from the oppressions and grievances it lies under.
Page 228 - Argent, on a mount in base vert an oak tree proper, the stem at the base thereof surmounted by a salmon on its back also proper, with a signet ring in its mouth, or ; on the top of the tree a redbreast, and in the sinister fess point an ancient handbell, both also proper.
Page 162 - 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.
Page 213 - SUPPORTERS (dexter), a lion guardant or, crowned as the crest ; (sinister), a unicorn argent, armed, crined and unguled or, gorged with a coronet composed of crosses patee and fleurs de It's, a chain affixed thereto, passing between the forelegs and reflexed over the back of the last.
Page 156 - PENNANT ; 2nd and 3rd, quarterly: 1st and 4th arg. a human heart, gu., ensigned with an imperial crown, ppr., on a chief az. a mullet of the field ; 2nd and 3rd arg. 3 piles depending from chief, on the exterior ones a mullet of the field — DOUGLAS.
Page 231 - Azure, a unicorn salient Argent, armed, maned and unguled Or, within a bordure of the last charged with eight half thistles vert and as many...
Page 178 - Tressure, flower'd and counter-flower'd, with Flower de Lisses of the 2d, encircled with the Order of Scotland, the same being composed of Rue and Thistles, having the Image of St Andrew, with his Cross on his Breast...
Page 115 - Sept. 1779] quarterly ; first and fourth, ar. a lion pass, guard, gu. armed and langued az. crowned with an imperial crown ppr. for Ogilvie: second, per fesse, or and az. a galley of the first, the masts, sails, and tackling ppr. ; in the dexter chief point, a dexter hand, couped, in fesse, holding a dagger in pale, both gu.; in the sinister chief point, a cross pattee fitchee of the last: third, ar. a cross engr. sa. — Crest, a lion ramp, ppr. armed and langued gu. holding in the dexter paw a...
Page vi - MS. above referred to, which they did in the following terms: — " This Booke and register of armes done by Sir David Lindesay of the Month, Lyone King of Armes, reg. Ja. 5 conteines 106 leaves which register was approvine be the Lordis of His Majesties most honorable Privie Counsale at Halierudehous 9 December 1630. •• v "SiR JAMES BALFOUR, Lyone. "THOMAS DRYSDAILL, Hay Herauld, "Register!
Page viii - He is empowered to inquire into the relationship of younger branches of families having right to arms, and to "assign suitable differences to them, without which the arms cannot lawfully be borne.

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