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Page 7 - Visitacion of the County Palatine of Duresme, taken by Richard St. George, Esquyre, Norrey Kinge of Armes of the East, West, and Northe partes of England from the Ryver Trent Northward, and in his companye Henry St.
Page 5 - Blues. 4to, plates, cloth. 8a 6d (original price £3. 3s) TUCKETT (John) Pedigrees and Arms of Devonshire Families, as recorded in the Herald's Visitation of 1620, with Additions from the Harleian MSS. and the Printed Collections of Westcote and Pole. 4to, Parts I. to XII. Each 5s TURNER'S (Sir Gregory Page) Topographical Memorandums for the County of Oxford, 8vo, bds.
Page 7 - The Visitation of Somersetshire, 1623. With Additions from earlier Visitations, and Continuations by R. Mundy. Typis Medio-Montanis impressit C. Gilmour. 1838.
Page 5 - ... Heraldic authority was rapidly coming into its own. Some other visitations in print are CH Hunter Blair (ed.), A Visitation of the North of England c. 1480-1500 (Surtees Soc., 1930, vol. 144), containing pedigrees of the royal house, and of north-country gentry, most of them of the time of Henry VII: Heraldic Visitation of the Northern Counties in 1530, by Thomas Tonge, Norroy King of Arms: ed. WHD Longstaffe (Surtees Soc., 1862, xli) with north-country grants of arms, 1470-1650, and FW Dendy...
Page 5 - ... Bigg-Market, Newcastle upon Tyne. MDCCCXX. 4to. Pp. xv, 425. The part of this work above mentioned contains the cuts of Chipchase Castle, page vii ; Warkworth Bridge, page 200 ; and Copeland Castle, page 243, by Thomas Bewick. [See the Division " Proofs of Illustrations to Books, &c."] (426.) 385. The Heraldic Visitatione of ye Countye Palatyne of Durham, in the Yeare of our Lorde God 1575[Newcastle : 1 820.] Folio.
Page 5 - Nichols. 43. The Visitation of the County of Huntingdon under the authority of William Camden, Clarenceux King of Arms, 1613.
Page 5 - The Heraldic Visitation of Westmoreland, made in the year 1615. By Sir Richard St. George, Knt., Norroy King-at-Arma.
Page 5 - The Visitation of Middlesex, begun in the year 1663 by William Ryley, Esq., Lancaster, and Henry Dethick, Rouge Croix, Marshals and Deputies to Sir Edward Bysshe, Knt., Olarenceux King-of-Arms.