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ADMIRAL SIR Alexander Andrew Anne appointed Arms Arms—Arg Arms—Az Arms—Gu Arms—Or Arms—Sa Badajoz Bart battle born brother Campbell Capt capture Castle chev chief Colonel Colonel Sir Corunna County distinguished Duke Earl Egypt eldest Elizabeth engr Ensign expedition fesse Flanders Foot France Frederick French frigate frigate gallant officer Garter gold Governor Holland honour India Ireland issue July King King's Counsel Knight Grand Cross knighthood KNIGHTS BACHELORS late Sir Lieut Lieut.-Col LIEUT.-GEN Lieutenant-Colonel LIEUTENANT-GENERAL lion Lord Hotham's lordship MAJOR-GEN Major-General Major-General Sir Malta March Marquess Mary midshipman Order Orthes Peninsula Peninsular war Portugal Prince Rear-Admiral REAR-ADMIRAL SIR received knighthood Regiment Richard Royal Artillery Royal Engineers Salamanca served severely wounded siege Sir Charles Sir George Sir Henry Sir James Sir John Sir Robert Sir Thomas Sir William Spain thistle Vittoria Walcheren Walcheren expedition Waterloo West Indies WICE-ADMIRAL SIR wife Wiscount
Page 6 - And on his brest a bloodie Crosse he bore, The deare remembrance of his dying Lord, For whose sweete sake that glorious badge he wore, And dead, as living, ever him ador'd : Upon his shield the like was also scor'd, For soveraine hope which in his helpe he had.
Page 34 - I. in the first of his reign, confirmed the statutes signed by Queen Anne, with the addition of several more, among which was that of adding rays of glory to surround the figure of St. Andrew which hangs at the collar : and though from the reformation to George VOL.
Page 51 - Class — Companions of the Order ; not limited in number ; they are to take precedence of esquires, but not entitled to the appellation, style, &c. of knights bachelors. To wear the badge assigned to the third class, pendent by a narrow red riband to the button-hole.
Page 59 - In 1804 he was made vice-admiral, and in the following year was appointed to the command of the Toulon squadron.
Page 2 - To these were added religion, which mingled itself with every passion and institution during the middle ages, and by infusing a large proportion of enthusiastic zeal, gave them such force as carried them to romantic excess. Men were trained to knighthood by a long previous discipline ; they were admitted into...
Page 144 - Quarterly ; first and fourth, or, on a mount vert, a tree ppr. on a chief gu. a crescent between two mullets ar.
Page 157 - Sir Samuel Trevor Dickens was present at the landing at Ferrol, in August, 1800, and joined Sir Ralph Abercromby's army in the Mediterranean in September following.
Page 129 - THE COLLAR is formed alternately of lions of England, of Maltese crosses, and of the ciphers SM and SG, having in the centre the imperial crown, over two winged lions, passant guardant, each holding a book, and seven arrows. At the opposite end of the collar are two similar lions. The whole is of gold, except the crosses, which are of white enamel, and it is linked together by small gold chains.