An Alphabetical Dictionary of Coats of Arms Belonging to Families in Great Britain and Ireland: Forming an Extensive Ordinary of British Armorials; Upon an Entirely New Plan, in which the Arms are Systematically Subdivided Throughout, and So Arranged in Alphabetical Order, that the Names of Families Whose Shields are Found on Buildings, Monuments, Seals, Paintings, Plate, Etc., Whether MediŠval Or Modern, Can be Readily Ascertained, Volume 2

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Alfred William Whitehead Morant
T. Richards, 1874 - Heraldry - 1125 pages
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Page 1045 - Gules, three legs armed, conjoined in fesse at the upper part of the thighs, flexed in triangle, garnished and spurred, or.
Page 920 - Aug. 1825] or, an eagle's head, erased, gu. encircled by a branch of laurel on the dexter, and of oak on the sinister side; on a chief ar.
Page 1041 - Wilts.] quarterly : first and fourth, quarterly, ar. and gu.; in the second and third quarters, a fret or, over all, on a bend sa.
Page 1045 - ... legs, armed, ppr. conjoined in the centre, at the upper part of the thigh, flexed in triangle, garnished and spurred or; fourth, ar.
Page 1031 - Argent on a mount vert, a square Brazen pillar, supported on the dexter by a Lion rampant regardant ; and on the sinister by a Dragon segreant, both or ; in chief, on the top of the pillar a bundle of wire tied and bound together of the last, between a bezant on the dexter side and a plate on the sinister.
Page 903 - Augmentation, gules, a dexter arm embowed, in armour, issuing from the sinister side of the shield, holding in the hand a sword erect, all...
Page 795 - Quarterly [argent and gules], in the second and third quarters a fret [or], over all a bend [sable], charged with three escallop shells [of the first].
Page 1104 - Register] per fesse, or and az. a lymphad, with her sails trussed up, and oars in action, of the first; in the dexter chief point, a hand, couped, grasping a dagger, point upwards, gu.; in the sinister chief, a cross crosslet fitchee of the last. — Crest, a cat, sejant, ppr.
Page 902 - DONOVAN Argent issuing from the sinister side of the shield a cubit dexter arm vested gules cuffed of the first the hand grasping a scian in pale the blade entwined with a serpent all proper.
Page 1090 - April, 1605] az. an antique hulk, the stern terminating with the head of a dragon ; in the hulk the ark, with three doors in the side ; from the ark, against the side, a step-ladder, all or: on a chief ar.

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