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" In tin! great and general Art Revival of our own times, Heraldry now appears to be in the act of vindicating its title to honourable recognition as an Art-Science, that may be agreeably as well as advantageously studied, and very happily adapted in its... "
Heraldry, Historical and Popular - Page 10
by Charles Boutell - 1863 - 427 pages
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Heraldry, Historical and Popular

Charles Boutell - Heraldry - 1863 - 427 pages
...upon our present consideration. And thus we are brought onwards to the great and general Art-Revival 1 of our own times, in which Heraldry again appears in the act of vindicating its titles to honourable recognition, as an ArtScience that may be advantageously and agreeably studied,...
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Heraldry, Historical and Popular

Charles Boutell - Devices (Heraldry). - 1864 - 547 pages
...disputed throne of this realm. The next downward step seriously affected the early simplicity of tho art-science, so that the Heraldry of the sixteenth,...Heraldry again appears in the act of vindicating its titles to honourable recognition, as an Art-Science that may be advantageously and agreeably studied,...
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Thackeray the humourist and the man of letters, including a selection from ...

1864
...amongst ourselves. In the great and general Art- Revival of our own times, Heraldry now appears to be in the act of vindicating its title to honourable recognition as an Art.Science, that may be agreeably as well as advantageously studied, and very happily adapted in its practical application...
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Artemus Ward (his Travels) Among the Mormons: Part I.--On the Rampage. Part ...

Edward Peron Hingston - American wit and humor - 1865 - 189 pages
...amongst ourselves. In tin! great and general Art Revival of our own times, Heraldry now appears to be in the act of vindicating its title to honourable recognition as an Art-Science, that may be agreeably as well as advantageously studied, and very happily adapted in its practical application...
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Artemus Ward (his Travels) Among the Mormons: Part I.--On the Rampage. Part ...

Edward Peron Hingston - American wit and humor - 1865 - 189 pages
...ILLUSTRATIONS, 9s. 6d. " All the devices blazoned on the shield In their own tinct."— IDYLLS OF THE KINO. be in the act of vindicating its title to honourable recognition as an Art-Science, that mcy be agreeably as well as advantageously studied, and very happily adapted in its practical application...
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The Humbugs of the World: An Account of Humbugs, Delusions, Impositions ...

Phineas Taylor Barnum - Hoaxes - 1866 - 424 pages
...amongst ourselves. In tho great and general Art Revival of our own times, Heraldry now appears to be in the act of vindicating Its title to honourable recognition as an Art-Science, that may be agreeably as well as advantageonsly stndied, and very happily adapted in its practical application...
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The Humbugs of the World: An Account of Humbugs, Delusions, Impositions ...

Phineas Taylor Barnum - Hoaxes - 1866 - 424 pages
...amongst onrselves. In the great and general Art Revival of our own times. Heraldry now appears to be in the act of vindicating its title to honourable recognition as an Art-Science, that iin.y be agreeably as well as advantageously studied, and very happily adapted in its practical implication...
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