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 ...

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T. Richards, 1874 - Heraldry - 1125 pages
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Page 165 - Duke of Cornwall and Rothsay, Earl of Carrick, Baron of Renfrew, Lord of the Isles, and Great Steward of Scotland, Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester.
Page 364 - Quarterly, 1st, az.,a castle of three towers arg., masoned sa., standing on a rock ppr., doors and windows gu., on the top of the middle tower a cock, and on each of the others an eagle or ; 2nd, gyronny of eight, or and sa ; 3rd, or, a fesse chequy, az.
Page 213 - ... and become stereotyped concerning it renders its appearance extremely rare, but in at least two cases it occurs without, as far as I am aware, carrying any such meaning. At any rate, in neither case are the coats " bastardised " versions of older arms. These cases are the arms of Shiffner : " Azure, a bend sinister, in chief two estoiles, in like bend or ; in base the end and stock of an anchor gold, issuing from waves of the sea proper ; " and Burne-Jones : " Azure, on a bend sinister argent,...
Page 348 - Corporation seal represents a bridge thrown over a river, and consisting of one large arch and two demi arches ; on the river, a single-masted vessel, one half whereof appears to be got through the bridge, but with the mast and round top on the other side of the bridge.
Page 451 - Sable, a chevron or, between three lamps (the two in chief, one light each facing each other, the lamp in base with two lights) argent garnished or, illuminated proper.
Page 348 - Michael standing in a porch, mitred and vested ppr. ; his dexter hand elevated to heaven, praying over three children in a boiling cauldron, of the first; in the sinister hand a crosier or.
Page 476 - Joiners' company, incorporated llth of Elizabeth, 1569. Arms —Gules, a chevron argent, between two pairs of compasses in chief, extended at the points, and a sphere in base or, on a chief of the last, a pale azure, between two roses gules, seeded of the third, barbed vert, on the pale an escallop shell of the second.
Page 97 - Baronet by patent dated Nov. 2, 1813; on the extension of the order of the Bath, was appointed a Knight Commander; and, in Oct. 1818, promoted to the dignity of a Grand Cross of that order. He received, in 1822, an honourable augmentation to his arms, — on a chief azure, a mount vert, thereon a lion in the act of tearing the standard of the Mahratta prince Holkar, and, beneath, the word MADRIPORE.
Page 317 - The Blazon of his Armorial Ensigns reads: "Or a double headed Eagle displayed Gules charged on the breast with an Eastern Crown of the first, on a Chief Vert pendent from a chain two oval Medallions in Pale the one bearing arabic characters and the other a dagger in fess the blade wavy the point towards the dexter in relief Or, the said medallions and chain being a representation of a personal decoration called the Order of the Golden Sword conferred upon him by the Chief or King of Atcheen in Sumatra...
Page 22 - Sutton ; second and third, or, two bars az. a chief, quarterly, of the second and gu. the first and fourth quarters...