The Visitation of the County of Huntingdon: Under the Authority of William Camden, Clareneaux King of Arms, by His Deputy, Nicholas Charles, Lancaster Herald, A., Part 1613

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Camden Society, 1849 - Heraldry - 140 pages
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Page v - SOCIETY desire it to be understood that they are not answerable for any opinions or observations that may appear in the Society's publications; the Editors of the several Works being alone responsible for the same.
Page 132 - We minding of Our Royal power and absolute Authority to Visit Survey and View throughout Our Realm of England and other Our Dominions as well for a due Order to be kept and observed in all things touching the Office and Duties appertaining to Arms as also for Reformation of divers and sundry abuses and disorders daily arising and growing for want of ordinary Visitations Surveys and Views in times convenient according to the ancient...
Page 132 - Lord JAMES by the grace of god King of England Scotland Fraunce and Ireland defender of the faith...
Page 136 - Lord, James by the grace of god Kinge of England Fraunce and Ireland, defender of the faithe &c the fowerth, and of Scotland the nyne and thirteth.
Page vii - On Feb. 10, 1619, he was seized with a vomiting of blood, which brought on a deliquium, and continued at intervals till August following. In June this year, he had a dispute with his brother kings Garter and Norroy, about the appointment of his deputies to visit for him, which, though founded partly on a mistake, did not prevent their complaining to the commissioners for executing the office of earl marshal. He vindicated himself in his answer to the earl of Arundel, and the matter seems to have...
Page 132 - Clarencieulx kinge of armes from tyme to tyme as often and when as he shall thinke moste necessarye and conveniente for the same And not onelye to enter into all churches castles howses and other places at hys...
Page v - Treasurer. C. PURTON COOPER, ESQ. QC, DCL, FRS, FSA WILLIAM DURRANT COOPER, ESQ. FSA BOLTON CORNEY, ESQ. MRSL SIR HENRY ELLIS, KH, FRS, Sec. SA THE REV. JOSEPH HUNTER, FSA PETER LEVESQUE, ESQ. FSA THOMAS JOSEPH PETTIGREW, ESQ.
Page 132 - Province, contrary to the due order of the lawe of Armes ; and the same to reverse, pull downe, or otherwise deface, at his...
Page 133 - ... or any of them shall require the same, in all that they conveniently may, as they tender our favour, and will...
Page vii - I neither know, neither have heard, that his proceedings have distasted the Lords, or grieved the Gentry of those parts : but I have heard him commended by divers for his good carriage and skill. Verily to Mr. Philipot I have granted a Commission for Kent, induced thereunto by the desire and commendation of many Knights, yea Deputy-Lieutenants and Gentlemen of especial note in that County, under their hands, which shall be produced. I, remaining in this county this Vacation, will be a Supervisor...

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