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AARON, and AARONS, Eng., a lady's arm from

elbow, in pale, ppr.

ABADAIN, or ABAUDAIN, a savage, wreathed

about head and middle with laurel leaves,

holding over shoulder a club, all ppr.

ABADAM, Eng., in dexter hand a broken spear,

all ppr.

ABADAM, of Middleton Hall, Carmarthen, out

of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-lion, gardant,

gu. Aspire and Indulge not.

comp.

ABARLE, Eng., a flute, in pale, ppr. ABAROUGH, or ABARON, Somers., a ferret, ar.,

collared, or, lined, az.

ABBAT, Eng., a unicorn's head, issuing, ppr.

ABBEFORD, Leic., on a chapeau, ppr., a water-

bouget, sa.

ABBERBURY, a hawk, wings expanded, resting

dexter on a mount, ppr.

ABBERBURY, a camel's head, sa.

ABBETOT, Warw., in dexter hand a cutlass, in

pale, ppr., hilted, or.

ABBETT, Eng., a unicorn's head, ppr., collared,

az.

ABBEY, Lond., an eagle's head, erased, ppr.

ABBEY, Eng., a leopard, rampant, ppr. u.

ABBIS, ABBISS, ABIS, or ABYS, Norf., a spur, az., leather, sa., buckle, of the first.

ABBORNE, a dexter arm, ppr., vested, az., cuffed, or, in hand, of the first, a baton, in bend sinister, gu., tipped with gold. ' I.

ABBOT, Baron Colchester, Ess., out of a ducal coronet, or, a unicorn's head, between ostrich feathers, ar., quilled, or. Deo patrice amicus.

ABBOT, or ABBOTT, in hand a dagger, point downwards, dropping blood.

ABBOT, a fox, passant, ppr., charged on shoul- der with water-bouget, ar. Labore.

comp. . II

ABBOT, a snail, ppr. or

ABBOT, out of a ducal coronet, a unicorn's head, or, between two ostrich feathers, ar.

ABBOT, Lincoln, a unicorn's head, erased, ar., charged with a bargemelle. comp.

ABBOT, out of a ducal coronet, a horse's head.

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ABBOT, Eng., a demi-unicorn, enn., collared, az., studded, or.

ABBOT, a cubit arm, erect, vested, and cuffed, erm., in hand, a crescent, ar.

ABBOT of Castleacre, Norf., a griffin, sejant, or.

ABBOT, Eng., a griffin, sejant, az., bezantee.

comp.

ABBOTT, Lond., out of a ducal coronet, a uni- corn's head, between two ostrich feathers, ar. Defendamus.

ABBS, Durh., the sun in splendour. Noli irritare leonem.

ABBY, Eng., a cross crosslet, az.

ABCOT, or ABCOTT, a rose, barbed. I

ABDAY, Eng., an eagle's head, erased, ppr.

ABDEN, Eng., a swan's head, ppr., between wings, az. i

ABDEY, an eagle's head, erased, ppr., beaked, or. .

ABDY, and ABDEY, Ess., an eagle's head, erased, ppr.

ABDY, Stapleford- Abbot, Ess. ; same crest.

ABDY of Felix Hall, Bart., Ess., an eagle's head, ppr., couped. or. Tenax etfidelis.

ABDY, Bart., Surr., an eagle's head, erased, ppr. Tenax et Jidelis.

ABECK, or HABECK. Eng. , out of a mural coro- net, an arm, vested, az., cuffed, ar., in hand a mullet.

A'BECKETT, Eng., a Cornish chough, ppr.

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ABEL, and ABELL, Ess. and Kent, an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., in hand a sword, ar., hilted, or, arm enfiled with a wreath, ar. and gu.

ABEL, Ess., an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a couteau, all ppr. .

ABELEYN, Eng., a peacock, passant, ppr.

ABELHALL, or ABLEHALL, Eng., a non's head, erased, sa., between wings, or.

ABELL, Kent, a boar's head, erect, sa., couped, armed, or, transpierced by an arrow, in bend sinister, shaft, ar., pheon, az. A

ABB

ABU

ABELINE, or ABLIN, a sword, in pale, en filed with a savage's head, ppr.

ABELON, or ABILON, Eug., a mitre, ppr., rib- bons, gu. -

ABELYN, or ABELYNE, Eng., on a globe, ppr., an eagle, wings expanded and inverted, gu.

ABENHALL, or ABLEHALL, Eng., two branches of laurel, issuing, cheveron-ways, vert.

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ABENY, in hand, vested, a mill-rind, ppr.

ABER, Eng., a demi-talbot, rampant, ar., ducally gorged, gu.

ABEKBURY, Oxon., a hawk, wings expanded, resting dexter on a mount, ppr.

ABERBUTHNET, a dove within adder in a circle, ppr. Jnnocue ac provide.

ABERBUTHNET of Fiddes, a peacock, passant, ppr. Tarn internet,, quam externa. -

ABERBUTHNET of Eindowrie, a peacock, issu- ing. Interna prcestant.

ABERBUTHNOT, Sco., a peacock. I

ABERBUTHNOT, Sco., a peacock's head, ppr., beaked, or. Laus Deo. .

ABERCORN, Marquess of, and Vise., Eng. (Hamilton), out of a ducal coronet, or, an oak, fructed, penetrated transversely in main stem by a frame-saw, ppr., frame, or. Through and Sola nobilitas virtus.

ABERCORNE, Sco., a boar's head, couped, ppr.

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ABERCORNE, Sco., two daggers, in saltier, ppr.

ABERCROMBIE of Tullibody, a bee, volant, ppr. Vive ut vivas.

ABERCROMBIE of Birckenbog, Bart., a hawk, rising, ppr., belled, or. Mercy is my desire.

ABERCROMBIE of that Ilk, Sco., on a mount, an oak-tree, acorned, all ppr. Tace.

ABERCROMBIE, a cross on grieces, gu. In cruce solus. -

ABERCROMBIE of Fetternier, a cross crosslet, fitched, gu. In cruce salus.

ABERCROMBY, a bee, volant, ppr. Vive et vivas.

ABERCROMBY, Banff, on a mount, an oak-tree, acorned, all ppr. Tace.

ABERDEEN, Sco., in dexter hand an annulet, ppr. Intemerata fides.

ABERDEEN, Ear! of (Hamilton-Gordon), a sinis- ter arm and dexter hand, with bow ,and arrow, ppr. Ne nimium.

ABERDOUR, an anchor with cable, and a sword, in saltier, all ppr. Hinc spes effulget.

ABERDWELL, or ABREDROBELL, Eng., a grey- hound, current towards a tree, vert. .

ABERGAVENNY, Earl of (Noville), a bull, ar.,

pied, sa., armed, or, charged on neck with a

rose, barbed and seeded, ppr. Ne vile veils.

comp.

ABERIGH, on a mount, a ferret, ppr.

ABERKERDOUR, and ABERKIRDOR, Sco., a sword, in pale. Pro rege et patria.

ABERKIRDOR, Sco., within horns of a crescent, ar., a buckle, az. I

ABERKIRDOR, and ABERKIRDOUR, Sco., on point of sword, in pale, a garland, all ppr. Pro reje.

ABERNEATHY, Sco., a ship under sail, ppr. Salus per Christum.

ABERNEATHY, a parrot, in dexter, a pear.

ABERNETHY, Lord, Sco., and of Rothmay, a

parrot feeding on bunch of cherries, all ppr.

Salus per Christum.

ABERNETHY, Sco., a cross crosslet, fitched, gu.

In Christo salus.

ABERNETHY of Corskie, in the sea a ship in

distress. Salus per Christum.

ABERNETHY of Auchinloich, a parrot, ppr.

In Christo salus. .

ABERNETHY, Sco., a ship under sail, ppr. Salus

per Christum.

ABERNETHY, a three-masted ship in storm.

ABERTON, Eng., on a human heart, gu., an

eagle's foot, erased, ppr.

ABETT, Eng., a unicorn's head, gu., collared,

or.

ABILEM, a man's head, in profile, issuing, ppr.

ABINGDON of Dowdeswell, Glouc., an arm, in

armour, embowed, in hand an ancient mace,

bow at shoulder.

ABINGDON, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed,

ppr., in hand a sword by the blade, point

downward.

ABINGDON, a bull, rampant.

ABINGDON, Wore., an eagle, displayed, or,

crowned, az. see plate

ABINGDON, Earl of (Bertie), a Saracen's head,

couped, ppr., ducally crowned, or charged

on chest with a fret, az. Virtus ariete for-

tior. comp.

ABINGER, Baron (Scarlet), a Tuscan column,

supported on either side by a lion's gamb.

Sine stet viribus.

ABLE, Eng., an arm, in armour, embowed,

hand grasping a sword, all ppr. ABLYN, Eng., a sword, in pale, enfiled with a

savage's head, ppr.

ABNEY of Measham Hall, Derby, a demi-lion,

rampant, or, between paws a pellet, sa.

Fortiter et honeste.

ABORIL, and ABROL, Wore., a lion's head,

ppr., vomiting flames, gu.

ABOT, Eng., a unicorn's head, erased, ppr. ABOYNE, Earl of.

ABRAHALL, Heref., a hedgehog, ppr. ABRAHAM, Eng., the sun, or.

ABRAHAM, the sun in flames. .

ABRAHAMS, Eng., a chapeau, with plume of

ostrich -feathers, all ppr. n

ABRAM, Eng., the sun rising from a cloud,

ppr. i

ABRAM, Lorraine, a bee, or.

ABREY, Eng., a chevalier on horseback, at

full speed, holding a broken spear. ABRISCOURT, Oxon., a hare, close, among grass,

ppr. .

ABROOK, and ABROOKE, Eng., a wolf's head,

erased, sa.

ABSALEM, ABSOLOM, and ABSOLON, Eng., a

fleur-de-lis, or.

ABTOT, a bear, couchant, ar., collared and

muzzled. .

ABURTON, Eng., on a human heart, gu., an

eagle's foot, erased, ppr.

ABUSCOURT, and ABUSTOURT, Eng., a hare,

close, among grass, ppr.



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ADA

ACCOKNE, Sco., an oak tree, vert. Stabo.

ACECK, ACBICHE, or HACKBECK, a cross pattee, erm.

ACFORD, a horse's head, sa., bridled, or. ACGUILLUM, in hand a holly-branch. ACHAM, Plenyth, Cornw., a lion, sejant, or, collared and lined, sa. I

ACHAM, a demi-lion, ar., holding a maunch, gu. see plate

ACHANY, Sco., out of a crescent, a cross cross- let, fitched, sa. Per ardua ad cdta. I ACHAKD, a crescent inflamed, ppr. - I

ACHELEY, Lond. and Salop, an eagle's head, gu., winged, or, in beak a branch of lilies, ar., leaved, vert. comp.

ACHELEY, Eng., a griffin's head, erased. ACHELEY, Eng., a griffin's head, ppr. ACHELEY, Lord, a demi-swan, gu., winged, or, in mouth a flower, ar. see plate

ACHEB, Kent, a bull's head, erased, gu. ACHESON, Earl of Gosford, Iri., a cock, gu., standing on a trumpet, ppr. Vigilantibus.

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ACHESON, Eng., a sandglass, ppr. , I

ACHESON, Sco. and Iri., a cock, ppr. ACHESON, Sco., an eagle, displayed. ACHIESON, Sco., an astrolabe. Observe.

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ACHILLIS, Eng., a savage's head, affrontee,

ducally crowned, ppr.

ACHYEM, Eng., a crescent, or.

ACHYM, or ACKLAME, a lion, sejant, gardant,

or, collared and chained, sa. comp.

ACKELOM, a Sagittarius, shooting, ppr.

ACKERMAN, Or ACKERMANN, Eng., out of a

palisado coronet, or, an arm embowed, ppr., vested, in hand an oak-branch, acorned.

ACKERS, Eng., a Doric column, or.

ACKERS of Moreton Hall, Chester, a dove, rising, in mouth an olive-branch, all ppr. La liberte. .

ACKHURST, a demi-lion, ar., in dexter, an acorn, slipped, vert, fructed, or. ' see plate

ACKLAM, or ACLOME, Yorks., a demi-lion, ar., holding a maunch, gu. see plate

ACKLAME, a lion, sejant, or, collared, sa.

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ACKLAND of Columb-John, Bart., Devons., on a sinister arm, in fess, vested, az., in a glove, ar., a hawk, beaked and belled, or. Ini~ branlable.

ACKROYD, or ACKEROYD, Eng., a dog, sleeping, ppr. i

ACKWORTH, Eng., a griffin's head, erased, ppr.

ACKWORTH, Kent, a griffin, segreant. Vincit qui patitur. IO

ACLAND, Bart., Killerton, Devons., and Hol- nicote, Somers., on a man's hand, in fess, gloved, a falcon. In^brardable.

ACLAND, PALMER-FULLER, Somers., Bart. ; (i.) For Adand, on a sinister arm, in fess, vested, az., gloved, ar., a hawk, perched, gold, beaked and belled, or. . (.) For Palmer, a demi-panther, gardant, flames issu- ing out of mouth and ears, holding a palm branch, ppr. . (.) For Fuller, on a ducal coronet, gu., a lion's head, ar. Palma virtuti.

ACLE, Devons., an annulet, or, stoned, sa.

ACLEHUM, a demi-lion, holding an escutcheon, gu. see plate

ACOCK, out of a mural coronet, a swan, issu- ing, ppr. comp.

ACOTTS, or ACOTTIS, Eng., a lion, rampant, gu., supporting a standard, ppr., flag, az., charged with a saltier, ar.

A' COURT, Bart., an eagle, displayed, sa., charged with two cheveronels, ar., in beak a lily, slipped, ppr. Grandescunt aucta labor e. see plate

A'CouRT, Eng., a lion's head, erased, regard- ant, gu.

ACRAMAN, Eng., out of a vallary coronet, or, an arm, embowed, ppr., vested, in hand an oak-branch.

ACRE, Westm., a triangular harrow, ppr.

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ACRES, and ACRIS, an eagle, displayed, ppr., charged on breast with a torteau, sa.

ACTON, Bart., Salop, within a wreath, a leg and thigh, in armour, ppr., couped, and dropping blood. , IO. II

ACTON of Gatacre, Salop, same crest.

ACTON of West Aston, Iri., same crest. Ad- juvante Deo.

ACTON, Chesh., a demi-lion, rampant, regard- ant, ar., grasping a spear, or, enfiled with a boar's head, sa., couped, gu.

ACTON, Worn, an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., hand grasping a sword, ar., hilt, or, enfiled with a boar's head, couped, sa., dropping blood. comp. II

ACTON of Wolverton, Worcester, same crest. Vaulance avance Vhomme.

ACTON, Eng., a pine tree, leaved, vert, fructed, or.

ACTON, Iri., a torteau, sa., between wings, gu.

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ACTON, a demi-lion, regardant, supporting a

spear, enfiled with a savage's head. IO

ACWORTH, Eng., a griffin's head, erased, ppr.

ADAIR of Kinghilt, Bart., a man's head, couped, and bloody, ppr. Loyal au mort.

- ADAIR of Heatherton Park, Somerset, same

crest. Loyal a mort. ADAIR, Cumb., and Sco., a Saracen's head,

couped, and impaled with a spear. / dare.

ADAIR, Bart., of Flixton Hall, Suff., a man's

head, couped at neck, bloody, ppr. Loyal

au mort.

ADAIR, Antrim, a man's head, couped at neck,

ppr. Loyal au mort.

ADAIR, Sco., on a sword, in pale, a Saracen's

head, affrontee, dropping blood, all ppr.

Arte et marte.

ADAM, Hants., a crescent, ar.

ADAM, Culross, a cross crosslet, and sword, in

saltier, ppr. Crux mihi grata quies. I ADAM, or ADAMS, Eng., a griffin's head, gu.,

between wings, or, pellettee.

ADAM, an eagle, volant, ppr.

ADAM of Runcorn, two swords, in saltier, and

a cross crosslet, fitched, in pale. Dominus

ipsefaciet.

ADAM, Sco., in hand a cross crosslet, fitched,

gu. Crux mihi grata quies. Ji.

ADA

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ADAM of Blairadam, Kinross, a cross crosslet, fitched, gu., and sword, in saltier, ppr. Crux mihi grata quies. - l

ADAM, Walden, Ess., a talbot, passant, az., seme'e of bezants, collared, ar. comp.

ADAMS of Ansty Hall, Warwick, a talbot, passant, az., semee of bezants, collared, ar. Sub cruce veritas. comp.

ADAMS of Bowdon, Devon, a dexter a*m, in armour, embowed, in hand a cross crosslet, fitched, charged on elbow with a torteau. Libertas et natale solum.

comp. and .

ADAMS of Holy land, Pembroke, a martlet, ar. Certior in ccelo domus.

ADAMS of Ahavagurrah, Iri., a griffin's head, erased, az. MaLo mori quam fcedari.

ADAMS, Bart., a greyhound's head, couped.

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ADAMS, Devons., out of a ducal coronet, a demi-lion, gardant. see plate

ADAMS, Camb., a griffin's head, gu., between wings, or.

ADAMS, Line., a griffin's head, between wings, gu., beaked, az., on each wing three be- zants.

ADAMS, Lond. and Iri., a boar's head, ar., couped, gu. .

ADAMS, Lond., a lion, rampant, or.

ADAMS, Middx., an eagle, volant, regardant.

ADAMS, Salop, a greyhound's head, erased, erm. O.

ADAMS, Cheaton, Salop, a griffin's head, erased, erm., beaked, gu., charged with a cheveron vair, or and az. see plate

ADAMS, Eng., a griffin's head, between wings, addorsed, vert, charged on breast with a cross, or. comp.

ADAMS, Eng., a raven, sa.

ADAMS, Iri., an arm, couped at shoulder, em- bowed, ppr., vested, gu., in hand a flag, sa., charged with a bee.

ADAMS, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a cross crosslet.

comp. , and .

ADAMS, Lond., a wolf's head, erased, erm.

ADAMS, on a mount, vert, an eagle, reverse and regardant, wings expanded, ppr., in beak a mullet, sa., sinister resting on a crescent. see plate

ADAMSON, Newcastle -upon-Tyne, a cross cross- let, gu.

ADAMSON, a lion, passant, in dexter a cross crosslet, fitched, gu. see plate

ADAMSON, Westm., a talbot, passant, az., col- lared, or, bezantee.

ADAMSON, Sco., a cross crosslet, fitched, and sword, in saltier, ppr. I

ADAMSON, Eng., a tilting-spear, broken in three pieces, two in saltier, head-piece in pale, banded, gu.

ADCANE, Eng., a griffin's head, ppr.

ADCOCK, Eng., a fox's head, issuing, ar. .

ADDAGH, a lion, rampant. Mea gloria fides.

ADDAMS, Eng., a griffin's head, between wings, gu.

ADDCOCK, Eng., a fox's head, ppr.

ADDEEBUKY, Suss., an embattled tower.



ADDERLEY, Warw. and Staffs., on a chapeau,

gu., turned up, erm., a stork, ar. ADDEHLEY of Hams Hall, Warwick, same

crest. ADDERLEY of Fillongley Hall, Warwick, same

crest.

ADDERLY, Staffs, and Sco., a rose, gu. ADDERSTONE, ADERSTON, or ADDRESTON, Eng.,

a martlet, sa.

ADDERTON, Eng., in hand a scimitar. ADDEY, Kent, on a mount, a stag, lodged, ppr.

ADDINGTON, Viscount Sidmouth. a leopard,

sejant, gardant, ppr., resting dexter on a

shield, or. Libertas sub rege pio. ADDINGTON, a cat, passant, ppr. ADDIS, or ADES, Eng., out of a tower, ppr., a

demi-lion, az. ^.

ADDISON, a pair of wings, erect, ppr. ADDISON, a unicorn's head, erased, trans- pierced by an arrow, in bend sinister, guttee.

Let the deed shaw. comp.

ADDLINGTON, Devons. and Line., a goat's

head, erased, ppr.

ADDRESTON, Eng., a martlet, gu.

ADDURSTON, a swan's neck and wings, ar.,

beaked, gu., gorged with a ducal coronet, or.

comp. ADDY, or ADDEY, on a mount, a stag lodged,

all ppr.

ADEAN, Eng., a stag's head, cabossed, ppr.

ADEANE, of Babraham, Cam., a griffin's head,

between wings, collared.

ADELIN, a chevalier on horseback, at full speed,

brandishing a sword, all ppr.

ADELMARE, the sea, vert, thereon a dolphin,

embowed, ppr.

ADELSORF, two wings, elevated, sa.

ADELSTON, or ADESTON, an escutcheon, ar.,

charged with a cinquefoil, gu.

comp. . ADENSTOUN, ADINGSTOUN, or ADINSTON, in

dexter hand a cross pattee, fitched. ADERLEY, Blackball, Staffs., a leopard's head,

couped, or, pierced through mouth with a

sword blade, broken, ar. see plate I o

ADERSON, Eng., a cup, or, with three branches

of laurel, issuing, vert. -

ADERTON, Eng., in hand a scimitar. ADERSTONE, Eng., a martlet, sa.

ADEY, ADREY, ADY, on a mount, vert, a stag

lodged, ar., attired and ducally crowned, or. comp. So.

ADGER, Eng., a swan, wings addorsed, re- gardant, ar., murally crowned, gu., resting

dexter on an escallop, or.

ADIE, AEDIE, and ADDIE, Crieff, and Sco., a

cross crosslet, and sword in saltier, ppr.

Crux mihi grata quies. I

ADIS, Eng., out of a tower, ppr., a demi-lion,

az.

ADKINS, Eng., a lion, rampant, gu., supporting

a flag-staff with ropes, ppr., flag, ar., charged

with a cross, of the first.

ADLAM, Eng., in hand, gu., a hawk's lure, or.

ADLAM, Somers., on a mount, vert, in front,

rays of the sun, an eagle, ppr., collared, sa.

Tyme proveth truth. see plate

ADLARD, in hand a dagger, erect.

ADLER, Haverstoke, Ess., a demi-eagle, winga

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displayed, sa., charged on breast with an

etoile, or. see plate

ADLINGTON, Eng., a goat's head, erased. ADLINGTON, a heraldic antelope's head, erased,

ar.

ADLYN, on a mount, vert, a martlet, or. . ADNEY, Eng., an eagle's head, in beak an

acorn, slipped and leaved, ppr.

ADSHEAD, and ADSHADE, Eng., an antelope,

passant, ppr.

ADSON, Sco., an oak-tree. Stand sure. ADY, or ADKY, Eng., a leopard's face, or, jes-

sant-de-lis, gu.

ADYE, and ADYER, Kent and Durh., a cherub's

head, ppr.

ADYN, Dorchester, a lion's head.

AERMLNE, Eng., on a mount, vert, an ermine.

AETH, Eng., a deini-griffin, or, in dexter a

battle-axe, gu.

AFFLECK, Bart., Dalham Hall, Suss., an ear of

rye, ppr. Pretiosum quod utile.

AFFLECK of that Ilk, same crest and motto. AFFLECK of Balmanno, Sco., two wings, issu- ing. Rerum sapientia custos. AFFLECK, Bart., an ear of wheat, bearded, ppr.

Pretiosum quod utile.

AFFORDBIE of Afordby, Line., a horse's head,

erased, sa., bridled, or.

AGAD, a heraldic antelope's head, issuing.

- AGALL, on a chapeau, ppr., a bull, statant, sa.

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AGAN, out of a ducal coronet, or, a stag's head,

cabossed, ppr.

AGAR, Iri., a demi-lion, rampant, ar. Vita

trita via tuta.

AGAR, Lord Clifden, a demi-lion, rampant, or.

Spectemur agenda.

AGARD, Lane., a bugle-horn, ar., garnished,

or, stringed, sa. I.

AGARD, Lane., an ibex's head, or, charged

with hurts, collared, az. -

AGAS, Wymondham, Norf., a moor's head, sa.,

wreathed, ar. and gu. .

AGBURY, Kent, a bird, supporting a flag,

charged with a cross. .

ACER, or AUGER, Bishopbourn, Kent and

Glouc., a bull's head, erased, gu., attired, or.

- AGO, or AUGE, Eng., a moor's head, couped,

sa., banded, ar. and az.

AGGS, on a chapeau, ppr., a bull, statant, sa.

- H red, or.

AGLIONBY, Cumb., a demi-eagle, displaye<

AGMONDESHAM, Horsley, Surr., a stag, or.

AGMONDISHAM, or AGMUNDESHAM, Surr., a

stag, lodged, ppr.

AGNEW, Eng., the sun shining on stump of

tree, ppr.

AGNEW, or AGNEU, Sheuchan and Lothian,

Sco., an eagle, issuant and regardant, ppr.

Consilio non impetu.

AGNEW, Lochryan, an eagle, regardant, in

dexter a sword, ppr. Consilio et impetu.

AGNEW of Castle Wiger, an eagle, rising, re- gardant, ppr. Consilio non impetu. AGNEW, a crow, wings expanded, transfixed

with an arrow, all ppr.

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AGNEW of Lochnaw, Bart., an eagle, issuing,

regardant, ppr. Consilio non impetu.

AGNEW, VANS-, of Barnbarroch, Sco. : (i.) For

Agnew, an eagle, issuant, regardant, ppr.

Consilio non impetu. . (.) For Vans,

a lion, rampant, in dexter a pair of scales.

Be faithful. see plate

AGREVELL, Eng., a bezant, or. '. n

AGRUALL, Eng., a lion's head, gardant, between

wings, ppr.

AGUILAR, and AGUILLAR, Eng., an eagle's head,

erased, in beak a fleur-de-lis, ppr. AGUILLON, Yorks., a pelican, vulning. AG WORTH, Eng., a torteau, gu. /

AHANNY, or AHANY, Sco., out of a crescent,

a cross crosslet, fitched, sa. Per ardua ad

alta. I

AHEM, Iri., a vine, ppr.

AHER, a sand-glass, sa., winged, gu. AHLFELDT, FREDERICK CARL, Forest Hill,Lond.'

a brack, arg., collared and sejant on a cushion,

gu., tasselled, or. Fortitudine suavitate. AHRENDS, Eng., an eagle, ppr. Post nubila

phoebus.

AICKEN, Eng., a fountain, ppr. i

AICKINSON, Eng., a demi-lady, in dexter a

tower, in sinister a palm -branch. . AIGHTON, Lane., a snake, coiled, ppr. in. AIGLER, or AYLER, two wings, in lure. AIGLES, Northumb., a hunting-horn, ppr.

I. AIKEN, a fountain throwing up water, ppr.

. I AIKEN, Sco., a cross crosslet, fitched, gu. In

cruce solus.

AIKEN, Iri., an ox-yoke, az., stapled. AIKENHEAD, Sco., a demi-savage, in dexter

three laurel-sprigs, fructed, ppr. Rupto

robore nati.

AIKENHEAD, Sco., an oak-tree, fructed, ppr.

Annoso robore quercus.

AIKMAN, a man, ppr., holding a standard, gu.,

vested, ar., coat, az.

AIKMAN of Cairnie, an oak-tree, ppr. Sub

robore virtus.

AIKMAN of Bromlinton, an oak-tree, acorned,

ppr. Sub robore virtus.

AILE, and AILES, Eng., a dexter arm, ein-

bowed, fist clenched, ppr.

AILESBURY, a sea-horse, naiant, ppr. Think

and thank.

AILESBURY, Marquess and Earl of (Brud
Bruce): (i.) For Ailesbury, a sea-horse,

naiant, ppr. Think and thank. .

(.) For Bruce, a lion, passant, az. Fuimus.

AILLEN, Edinr., a pelican, in nest, feeding her

young, ppr. Non sibi.

AILMER, or AYLMER, Lond., a goat, passant, or.

. II AILSA, Marquess of (Kennedy) ; a dolphin,

naiant, ppr. Avislafin. t . II

AIME, and AINE, Eng., a pillar, winged, ppr.

. I AIMGEVYNE, Theshelthorpe, Line., a vine, or,

bearing three bunches of grapes, ppr. AINES, AINGER, AITKEN, a common boat, ppr.

AINGE, Eng., a boat, ppr.

AINGE, Lond., a cross formed, or, between

wings, az.

AIN

AINLIE, an arm, in hand a laurel chaplet, en- signed with a bird. -

AINSLEY, or AINSLIE, of Blackhill, a pelican's head, erased. Pietas tutissima virtus. , AINSLET, Bart. , Sco., an arm, embowed, bran- dishing a scimitar, ppr. Pro rege et patria.

AINSLEY, and AINSLIE, Sco., an arm, embowed, in hand a scimitar, all ppr. Pro rege et patria.

AINSLIE, Bart., Line., a dexter arm, in hand a scimitar, ppr. Pro rege et patria.

AINSLIE of Pilton, Bart., same crest and motto.

AINSLIE, Eng., an arm, in hand two branches of laurel, ensigned with a bird.

AINSLIE, Eng. , in hand a scimitar, ppr.

AINSLIE, Quebec, an eagle's head, erased, ppr. Pietas tutissima virtus.

AINSWOKTH of Smithills Hall, Lancaster, a man in armour, in dexter a battle-axe, ppr. Mea gloria fides. comp.

AINSWORTH, and ANESWORTH, Eng., a falcon, wings expanded and inverted, belled, ppr. Courage sans peur.

Am, Sco., stump of oak tree, branches sprout- ing, ppr.

AIRD, Sco. y a cock, ppr. Vigilantia.

AIRD, Eng., in hand a hawk's lure, ppr.

AIREY, a cinquefoil, gu.

AIRLIE, Earl of, Ogilvy, a lady, from waist, holding a portcullis. A fin.

AIRMINE of Osgodsby, Bart., on a mount, vert, an ermine, passant, ar.

AIRTH, Sco., a cock crowing, ppr.

AiRTH, Sco., a stag's head, erased, at gaze, Ppr- .

AISCOUGH, Eng., a cross crosslet, fitched, az. In hoc signo vinces.

AISELBIE, or AISLABIE, Yorks., a lion's head, erased, gu., gorged with three lozenges, con- joined in fess, ar. see plate

AISINCOURT, Eng., a demi-eagle, displayed, with two heads. comp.

AISKELL, AISKILL, and ASKILL, Eng., in sea an anchor, in pale, ppr.

AITCHESON, Sco., a cock, ppr., wattled and combed. Vigilantibus.

AITCHISON of Rochsolloch, the same.

AITCHISON of Glengarsie, a cock, standing on a trumpet, ppr.

AITCHISON of Glancairny, Bart., a cock, stand- ing on a trumpet, ppr. Vigilantibus.

AITCHISON, Earl of Gosford, the same.

AITCHISON of Pittenweem, an astrolabe, ppr. Observe.

AITKEN of Aitkenside, a cross crosslet, fitched, gu. In cruce salus.

AITKEN, AITKIN, and ATKIN, Eng., a boat, ppr.

AITKEN, Lieut. -Col. R. EASTON, R.V., Glas- gow, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a cross crosslet, fitched. In cruce solus. u

AITKENHEAD, Sco., a demi-savage, in dexter three laurel sprigs, fructed, ppr.

AITKENHEAD, Sco., an oak-tree, ppr. Rupto robore nati.

AITKENS, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, in hand, ppr., a cross crosslet, fitched, erect, ar. comp.

AITKENSON, Eng., a demi-lady, in dexter a

., tower, in sinister a palm-branch.

ALB

AITKENSON, Eng. and Sco., a cock, ppr.

AITKINE, Sco., a cross crosslet, fitched, gu.

In cruce solus.

AITKINSON, Sco., a cock, ppr.

AITO, or AUITO, Devons., out of a. cload, an

arm, ppr., grasping a sword, erect, on blade

a Moor's head, sa.

AITON of that Ilk, Sco., Bart., a dexter hand

pulling a rose, ppr. Et decerptce dabunt

odor em.

AITON of Dunmure, same crest and motto. AITON, a rose, gu. Virtute wta, occidunt rarius.

AITON of Kippo, a rose-tree, vert, flowered, gu.

Et decerptce dabunt odorem. -

AITON of Kinaldie, same crest. AITOUNE of Inchdairnie, same crest and motto. AKARYS, AKERS, AKERIS, or AKYRIS, a griffin's

head, gu.

AKARYS, Eng., a demi-griffin, or.

AKASTER, Eng., same crest. AKELAND, Devons., on a sinister arm, vested,

az., gloved, a hawk.

AKELITZ, AKELITS, or HAKELUT, Eng., a hal-

bert, issuing, ppr.

AKELOND, Eng., a hawk, perched and belled,

ppr.

AKENHEAD, Sco., an oak-tree, ppr. AKENHEAD, Eng., a cock, ppr.

AKENSIDE, Sco., a harrow, ppr.

AKER, a triangular harrow.

AKERIS, Eng., a griffin's head, gu.

AKERMAN, or ACKERMAN, out of a pallisado

coronet, or, an arm, embowed, vested, gu.,

in hand an oak branch, fructed. AKEROYD, and AKROYD, Eng., a dog sleeping,

ppr. I

AKERS of Mailing Abbey, Kent, an arm,

vested, in hand a pennon, charged with a

Saracen's head, ppr., between eight crosses

crosslet. Je vive en esperance. AKERS, Eng., a Doric column, or.

AKIRIS, or AKYRIS, Eng., a griffin's head, gu.

AKLAND, Eng., on a sinister hand, couped, in

fess, gloved, a hawk, hooded and belled.

ALABASTER, and ALLEBASTER, Eng., a feather,

ar., enfiled with a ducal coronet, or. ' ALAND, Iri., a leopard, passant, gardant, or.

ii. ALAND, Lord Fortescue, same crest. Forte

scrutum solus ducem. ALANSON, Eng., on a mount, a lion, rampant,

gardant, gu., supporting a long cross, or. ALATE, Eng., a unicorn's head, ar., collared,

sa.

ALBALANDA, Eng. , a boar, passant, gu. ALBAN, a lion's head, erased, pierced in breast

with an arrow. comp.

ALBANY, Lond., Salop, and Beds., out of a

ducal coronet, gu., a demi-dolphin, haurient,

or. ALBANY, Salop, Lond., Beds., and Middx., a

dolphin, haurient, or.

ALBASTER, Staffs., a feather, in pale, enfiled

with a ducal coronet.

ALBEMARLE, Earl of (Keppel), out of a ducal

coronet, or, a demi-swan, close, ppr. ^Ye

cede mails.

ALBENEY, Eng., a yoke, in bend, ppr.

ALB

ALBENEY, Berks., a, stock-dove, az., in beak a branch, vert, f meted, gu. .

ALBEROUGH, or ALBROUGH, Eng., a castle, at sinister base, a thistle-bush, ppr.

ALBERRY of Wickingham, Berks., a dove, az.. in beak a branch, fructed.

ALBERT, a demi-savage, over shoulder a sledge- hammer, all ppr. I '

ALBERTON, a pennon, in bend, gu., staff-headed, sa., and tasseled, or.

ALBERTUS, Poland, the hull of a ship, with only main-mast, and top without tackling, or. Deus dabit vela.

ALBON, ALBONE, ALLEBONE, and ALLIBONE, Eng., a bull's head, aifrontee. or

ALBOROUGH, Somers., a fox, ar., collared and lined, or. see plate

ALBRECHT, or ALBREGHT, in dexter hand, ppr., a fleur-de-lis, or.

ALBYN, in lion's gamb, issuing, sa., a spear, or, on top a flag, gu.

ALCHORN, a human heart, gu., ducally crowned, or, between wings, ar. I

ALOOCK of Wilton Castle, Iri., a cock, ar., standing on a globe, armed, combed, and gilled, or. Vigilate. see plate

ALCOCK, Kent, out of a ducal coronet, az., a demi-swan, erm., wings expanded, and du- cally crowned, or. * comp.

ALCOCK of Silvertost, Northamp., a cock, erm., beaked, inembered, crested, and wattled, or.

ALCOCK, Staffs., a cock, gu.

ALDAM, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, a plume of five ostrich-feathers, banded. Io.

ALDANE, Eng., same crest.

ALDBOROUGH, or ALDEBURGHE, York, an ibex, passant, or.

ALDBOROUGH, Earl of (Stratford), Iri., a dex- ter arm, in armour, embowed, in hand, ppr,, a scimitar. Virtuti nihil obstat t armis.

ALDE, Eng., a torteau, sa. n

ALDEBOROUGH, an escallop, or, between wings, az.

ALDEN, or ALDON, Herts, and Middx., out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-lion, gu.

ALDEN, out of a coronet, ar., two wings, gu. and az.

ALDER, Eng., a griffin's head, gu.

ALDERFORD, Norf., a rat, ppr.

ALDERINGTON, Eng., in dexter hand a hawk's lure, ppr.

ALDERSEY, Eng., out of a plume of ostrich- feathers, or, a demi-griffin, segreant, gu., beaked and armed, gold.

ALDERSEY of Spurstow, Chester, same crest.

ALDERSON, from behind a mount, vert, thereon a branch of alder, the sun rising, ppr.

ALDERSON, Eng., a pillar, ppr.

ALDERSON, Norf., from a plume of feathers, ar., a griffin, rising, of the same.

ALDERSON, LLOYD, Middx. : (i.) J?orAlderson,a, dove, in mouth an olive-branch, ppr. . (.) For Lloyd a boar's head, couped, or.

ALDERTON, Suff., a crescent, ar.

ALDEWINCKLE, ALDEWINCLE, ALDEWINKELL, ALDWINCKLE, and ALDWINKLE, Eng., a wyvern, wings addorsed, ducally crowned, vomiting fire.

ALDHAM, Shrimpling, Norf., a talbot's head, erased, or, collared, sa. , lined, gu. comp.

ALP

ALDIRFORD, a monkey's head, ppr.

ALDRED, Eng., an arm in armour, in hand a

cross crosslet, fitched, in pale.

ALDRIDGE, or ALDRIGE, Eng., a phoenix in

flames, ppr.

ALDRINGTON, Eng., in dexter hand a hawk's

lure, ppr. -

ALDWORTH of Newmarket, Iri., a dexter arm

in armour, embowed, hand grasping a sword.

Nee temere, nee timide.

ALDWORTH, Sco., a torteau, gu. n

ALDWORTH, a sand-glass, winged.

ALEN, Iri., a heraldic tiger holding a rose.

comp.

ALEN^ON, France, a greyhound, ar. ALEPHE, Lond. a cock's head, erased. ALESTON, or ALSTON, a lion, passant, regardant, gu., ducally gorged and chained.

ALEXANDER, Bart., Dublin, a dexter arm, em- bowed, in hand a sword, ppr., charge^ on wrist with mullet. comp.

ALEXANDER, Summer-hill, Kent, in hand a sword, ppr.

ALEXANDER, Hants, a talbot's head, erased, ar., collared, gu.

ALEXANDER of Auchmull, in hand a pair of scales, ppr. Quod tibi ne alteri. I

ALEXANDER of Kinglassie, a horse's head, couped, gu., bridled, ar. Ducitur non tra~ hitur.

ALEXANDER, Eng., a cock, ar., beaked and membered, gu.

ALEXANDER of Boghall, in hand a quill. Fideni servo.

ALEXANDER, Earl of Caledon, in dexter hand, in armour, a sword. Per mare, per terras.

ALEXANDER, Earl of Stirling, a bear, sejant, erect, ppr. Per mare, per terras.

ALEXANDER, Lond., an arm, in armour, em- bowed, hand grasping a sword. ALEXANDER, Eng., a horse's head, ar., bridled. Ducitur non trahitur.

ALEXANDER, a bear, rampant, ppr. comp. ALEXANDER, Porydstone, Ayr, a bear, sejant. Per mare, per terras.

ALEXANDER, Stirling, a beaver, ppr. Per man?, per terras. - **

ALEXANDER of Powis, same crest and motto. ALEXANDER, Sco., a serpent, waved, in fess, ppr. Ingenium vires supcrat. in.

ALEXANDER, Halifax, Yorks., a demi-lion, gar- dant, wielding with dexter a battle-axe, ppr., sinister resting on a cross, fleury, gorged with a collar, az., charged with two bezants. comp.

ALEXANDER of Pitskellie, two dexter hands conjoined, ppr. Ora et labora. II

ALEXANDER, Sco., a serpent, coiled, in fess. Ingenium vires super at. in.

ALFORD, Berks, and Suss., a boar's head, ar., broken spear in mouth, handle thrust down throat, or. I

ALFORD, Surr., Yorks., and Salop, a boar's head, ar., in mouth three feathers of phea- sant's tail, ppr. ALFORD, Suff., a hind's head, ppr. ALFOUNDER, Ess., an arm, erect, vested, in hand three nails, or, all between wings, ar.

ALFREY, and ALLFREY, an ostrich-head and neck, between two ostrich-feathers.

ALP

ALFREY, and ALLFREY, an ostrich-head and neck, between two ostrich-feathers, ar., gorged with a ducal coronet, or. .

ALGAR, and ALGER, Eng., a greyhound's head, sa., charged with four bezants, or. ALGIE, ALGEO, and ALGOE, Eng., a bear, ram- pant, supporting a staff, raguly. ALGIST, Eng., dexter and sinister arms from shoulder, couped, in saltier, vested, each brandishing a scimitar. ALGLOVAL, a goat, statant, ar. ALGOE, Sco., a bear, sejant, on hind legs, sup- porting a staff. ALGOOD, and ALLGOOD, Eng., two arms, in armour, embowed, holding up a flaming heart, all ppr. ALICOCK, Northamp., a cock, erm,, combed and wattled, or. ALINGTON, of Swinhope, Lincoln, a talbot, pas- sant, erm. ALISON, Sco., a tree, ppr., with a bell hvmg on each side. Crescit sub pondere virtus. ALISON, Sco., an eagle's head, erased, ppr. Vincit veritas. ALISON, Rev. A., Sco., an eagle's head, erased, ppr. Vincit veritas. ALISON, Sir ARCHIBALD, Fossil House, Lanark- shire, same crest and motto. ALISON, Major - General Sir ARCHIBALD,

K.C.B., d Bart., same crest and motto. ALJOY, Sco., stump of oak-tree, new branches sprouting. Non deficit alter.

ALKENE, ASKUE, or AYSKEW, a man's head, affrontee, couped at shoulders.

ALLAM, EDWIN CLERK, Norrnanhurst, Rom- ford, on a mount, vert, a bull, passant, gu. Nil sine labor e.

ALLAN, Sco., a comet, ppr. Luceo et terreo. ALLAN, Durh., a demi-lion, rampant, ppr., holding up a rudder, gu. Fortiter gerit crucem.

ALLAN, Sco., a cross crosslet, fitched, gu. Fide et labore.

ALLAN of Errol, Sco., an eagle, rising, ppr. Fortiter.

ALLAN, Eastwood, Mid-Lothian, the same. ALLAN of Blackwell Grange, Durham, a demi- lion, rampant, ar., ducally crowned, gu., in dexter a cross-potent, in sinister a rudder. Fortiter gerit crucem.

ALLAN, Barton, York, same crest and motto. ALLAND, a bear's paw, erect, ppr.

ALLANSON, a demi - eagle, wings expanded. Virtute et Idbore.

ALLANSON, and ALLENSON, Eng., on a mount, vert, a lion, rampant, gardant, or, supporting a long cross, gu.

ALLARDAS, ALLARDICE, ALLERDYCE, Sco., a torteau, between wings, az.

ALLARDICE, Wei., a dove and olive-branch. Amicitia sine fraude.

ALLARDICE, and ALLERDICE, of that Ilk, a naked man from middle, grasping in dexter a scimitar, all ppr. In defence of the dis- tressed and My defence. ALLARDICE of Dunninald, an ear of wheat, and palm-branch, in saltier, ppr. Bene qui pacifici. ALLATT, Eng., a unicorn's head, ar., collared, sa. ALLATT, on a demi-bezant, issuing, a beehive, bees swarming, ppr.

ALL

ALLAUNSON, Durh., a pheon, ar., shaft broken, or.

ALLAUNSON, Eng., on a mount, a lion, ram- pant, gardant, supporting a long cross.

ALLAWAY, and ALLOW AY, Eng. and Sco., an anchor, in pale, ppr.

ALLAWAY, and ALLOWAY, on an anchor a dove, with olive-branch, all ppr. .

ALLCARD, Lane., a demi-swan, wings elevated, ar., seme'e of mullets, az., in mouth a bul- rush, ppr. Semel et semper. see plate

ALLCOCK, a cock, ppr.

ALLDEN, ALLDIN, and ALLDON, Eng., a scimi- tar and caduceus, in saltier, ensigned with a round hat. comp.

ALLEN, Viscount ALLEN, Iri., a bezant, charged with a talbot's head, erased, sa. Triumpho morte tarn vita.

ALLEN, Bath, a bird, wings elevated.

ALLEN, Berks., a bird, wings elevated. Trium- pho morte tarn vita.

ALLEN, Chelsea, a talbot's head, erased, col- lared.

ALLEN, Devons., a mullet, gu., pierced, or.

ALLEN, Thaxtecl, Ess., Bart., and Fenchurch, Middx., a demi-lion, holding a rudder.

ALLEN, or ALLEYN, Chesh., Suff., and Wilts, a martlet, ar., winged, in beak an acorn.

see plate

ALLEN, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, or, a horse's head, ar. I

ALLEN, Grove, Kent, on a coronet, or, lined, erm., a bloodhound, passant, sa., collared.

ALLEN, Kent, a talbot, passant, or, collared, gu.

ALLEN, Kent, on a mount, vert, paled round, or, a hound, sa., collared, of the last.

comp. and

ALLEN, Lond., a demi-griffin, holding a branch,

vert, f ructed, or. see plate

ALLEN, Lond., a griffin's head, erased.

ALLEN, Lond., a dove and olive-branch. At

spes solamen and Amicitia, sine fraude.

.

ALLEN of Cresselly, Pembroke, a dove and

olive-branch. Amicitia, sine fraude.

ALLEN, Surr., an arm, couped at elbow, erect,

in hand a human heart, out of flames of

fire. I

ALLEN, a demi-greyhound, rampant, collared,

gu., between paws a crescent, or. comp.

ALLEN, Somers., a partridge, wings elevated.

ALLEN, Eng., a cock, combed.

ALLEN, Middx., an eagle, rising, ppr. For- titer. ALLEN, a snake, coiled, supporting two pen- nons, in saltier. . IO ALLEN, Errol, an eagle, perched, wings ex- panded. Fortiter. IO ALLEN, Sco., a demi-lion, gu. Rememler.

ALLENSON, and ALLESON, a talbot's head, or, collared, and ringed, az., between wings ex- panded, of the last.

ALLENSON, Eng., a demi-lion, rampant, gard- ant, holding a cross. ALLERTON, a lion's head, gu., collared, sa.

ALL

ALS

ALLESTOWE, or HALLESTOWE, in hand the butt- end of a broken spear.

ALLESTRY, Eng., a demi-lion, rampant, az., brandishing a scimitar. -

ALLETT of Iwood, Somers., a unicorn's head, ar., collared, sa.

ALLEY, Eng., a lion's head, cabossed, or, be- tween wings, ppr. -

ALLEY, Iri., out of a ducal coronet, a mullet, between two laurel-branches.

ALLEYN, and ALLYN, Devons., a demi-lion, rampant, az. , holding a rudder.

ALLEYN, Eng., a demi-lion, gu., supporting a rudder, sa.

ALLEYNE, Bart., Ess., out of a ducal coronet, or, a unicorn's head, ar. Non tua, te, move- ant sed publica vota. - *

ALLFREY, Eng., an ostrich-head, between two ostrich-feathers, ar.

ALLFREY of Wokefield Park, Berks., an ostrich- head and neck, gorged with a crown, or, between ostrich-feathers, ar. .

ALLGOOD of Nunwick, Northumb., two arms, in armour, embowed, ppr., in hands a human heart, inflamed, charged with a tower, triple -towered. Age omne bonum.

comp.

ALLIBANE, a spaniel, sejant, ppr.

ALLICOCK, and ALLICOCKE, Eng.,*a cock, ppr.

ALLIESON, or ALLISON, Eng., a demi-savage brandishing a scimitar, ppr.

ALLIN, Suff., a snake coiled up, and environed with flags or rushes, ppr. comp. III.

ALLIN, a partridge, wings expanded.

ALLINGHAM, Eng., a church and spire, envi- roned with trees, ppr.

ALLINGRIDGE, a castle, triple -towered, ppr., flag displayed, ar., sa.

ALLINGTON, out of a ducal coronet, or, a buck's head, ppr., attired, of the first, pierced through neck with an arrow, gold, barbed and flighted, ar. comp.

ALLINGTON, Horse Heath, Camb., a talbot, passant, erm. .

ALLINGTON, Eng., a talbot, or, langued, gu.

ALLISON, Sco., a falcon's head, erased. Vincit veritas.

ALLISON, a peacock, ppr, .

ALLISON, a pheasant, in dexter a key, in beak an ear of barley, ppr, .

ALLISON, Sco., an eagle's head, erased, ppr. Vincit veritas. .

LIX, Line., a wolf's head, erased.

ALLIX of Willoughby, Line., a wolf's head, erased, ppr.

ALLMACK, a tower, ppr.

ALLMAN, Suss., a leg, in armour, couped above knee, ppr., spurred, or.

ALLNETT, and ALLNUTT, Eng., a thunderbolt, ppr. i

ALLOT, and ALLOTT, an arm, couped at. shoul- der, embowed, ppr., vested, grasping a sword, enfiled with a leopard's head.

!- ii

ALLOTT, South Kirkby, Yorks., a cubit arm, erect, vested, or, charged with a fess, be- tween four barrulets, cuffed, ar., in hand, pyr., a mullet, or.

ALLOTT of Hague Hall, Yorks., a dexter arm, couped at elbow, vested, or, charged with a

fess, double cotised, in hand a mullet, gold.

Fortiter et recte. comp.

ALLPORT, Cannock, Staffs., a demi-lion, erm.,

gorged with a mural coronet, gu.

comp. ALLSOP, ALLSUP, and ALSOPE, Eng., a dove,

in mouth an olive-branch, ppr.

ALLVEY, and ALVEY, Eng., a plough, ppr.

-

ALL WRIGHT, or AL WRIGHT, Eng., on a chapeau, a greyhound, statant, all ppr. -

ALL YE, Tewkesbury, Glouc., a leopard's head, or, between wings, sa. see plate

ALLYE, Dors., a stag's head, erased, per pale, ar. and or, attired, of the first, gorged with a collar, double embattled gu., charged with three escallops, or. comp. plate

ALLYN, a tree eradicated, vert, fructed with branches of berries, gu.

ALMACK, Suff., a tower, ar., with a flag.

ALMAN, Pearnsey, Suss., a leg, in armour, spurred, or, couped in middle of thigh.

ALMANERLAVAL, a tower, ppr.

ALMARD, Eng., a stag, trippant, ppr.

ALMAYNE, on a ducal coronet, or, a cinquefoil, gu.

ALMEARS, or ALMEERS, Eng., a long cross, crossed, on three grieces, ar. II

ALMER, and ALMOR, a palmer's staff, erect.

ALMERICUS, a nag's head, erased, ar., ducally gorged, or. see plate

ALMEWAKE, and ALNWICK, Eng., on a chapeau. a cock, ppr.

ALMIGER, on a ducal coronet, ppr., a tiger, sejant, gu.

ALMOND, Eng., three cinquefoils, az., stalked and leaved, vert. comp. II

ALMOT, ALNOT, and ALNEOT, Eng., a thunder- bolt, ppr. I

ALMS, a stag's head, erased, or.

ALNWICK, Eng., on a chapeau, a cock, ppr.

ALPHE, Hants., out of a ducal coronet, ar., a hawk's head, or.

ALPHE, Hants., out of a ducal coronet, an eagle's head, ppr. comp.

ALPIN, Sco., a man's head, couped, atfrontee, ppr. Virtutis regia merces.

ALRED, Holderness, Yorks., a griffin's head, ppr.

ALSOP, Derbs. and Leic., a dove, wings ex- panded, in mouth an ear of wheat. .

ALSOP, Eng., a dove, in mouth an ear of corn, and in dexter a key, erect. n

ALSOPPE, Lend., a dove, ar., legged, gu., be- tween two ostrich-feathers, sa.

ALSTANTAN, out of a mural coronet, or in an arm, in armour, embowed, a dagger. .

ALSTON, Odell, Beds., Bart., a crescent, ar., charged with an etoile, or. Immotus.

comp. I

ALSTON, or ALSTONE, of Chelsea, Bart., and of Mile-end, Bart., same crest.

ALSTON of Elmdon Hall, Warwick, a derai- eagle, wings displayed, or, on each wing a crescent, reversed, gu. In altum.

see plate

ALSTON, a lion, passant, regardant, gu.

ALSTON, Eng., a star, ppr. E tenebris lux.

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ALS :

ALSTON, Westerton, an eagle, issuing, wings expanded, ppr. Sursum.

ALSTONE, Sco., same crest.

ALSTONE of Newton, Suff. ; Assington ; and

Marleford ; an etoile, or, in a crescent, ar.

comp. i

ALSTONS, Colonel, Sco., a demi-eagle, wings expanded and inverted, ppr., on each wing a crescent, reversed, gu. In altum.

comp.

ALTHAM, and ALLTHAM, a demi-lion, gu., sup- porting a rudder, sa.

ALTHAN, or ALTHAUN, a demi-archer shooting, ppr., vested.

ALTHOUN, Eng., a dexter hand, apaumee.

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ALVANLEY, Baron (Arden), out of a ducal coronet, or five ostrich-feathers, ar., charged with a crescent. Patentid vinces.

ALVARES, a demi-lion, rampant, ppr., in dexter paw a mascle, az. comp.

ALVAS, and ALVES, Sco., a garb, or. Deo favente.

ALVENSLEBEN, Baron DE, out of a marquess's coronet, a staff raguly, per pale, gu. and or, couped, surmounted by a rose. comp.

ALVEBD, or ALUKED, Eng., a mill- rind, or.

ALVAKDE, Ipswich, same crest.

ALWAYE, Streetley, Beds., a hind's head, ar., between two holly-branches, vert, fructed with berries, gu. comp.

ALWOOD, and ALLWOOD, a demi-stag, salient, ppr., attired, or.

ALWYN, Ess., a lion's gamb, erect and erased, sa., enfiled with a mural coronet, or.

comp.

ALYE, a lion's head, cabossed, between wings.

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ALYSON,Kent,a pheon, ar., with part of broken shaft, or.

AMAND, AMANE, or AMAKME, Eng., a pome- granate, ppr.

AMAKLE, or ARMARLE, a lion, passant, resting fore dexter on mullet, gu. comp.

AMARY, Ess., a cat's head, issuing, affrontee, ar., in mouth a rat, sa.

AMBESACE, and AMBORAES, out of a ducal coronet, or, a man's head, in profile, ppr.

AMBLER, Eng., a mascle, or.

AMBLER, and ANBLER, two dexter hands con- joined, supporting a royal crown.

comp. II

AMBLER, Kirkton, Line., a demi-leopard, ar., holding a laurel crown, ppr. see plate

AMBOROW, ANBURY, or ANBOROW, a bear's head, erased, sa., muzzled, or.

AMBRIDGE, Eng., a cross crosslet, fitched, and two swords, in saltier, ppr. .

AMBROS, AMBROSE, and AMBROSS, Eng., in hand a billet, ar.

AMBROSE, a cherub's head, between wings.

AMBROSE, W. H., West Kensington, issuant from the battlements of a tower, or, a cubit arm, in hand a billet, in bend sinister, also or. J*espere en Dieu. I

AMBRY, or AMBREY, a wolf's head, erm., in mouth a rose-branch. I

AMCOT, and AMCOTS, a squirrel, sejant, gu., cracking a nut, or.

AMCOTES, and AMCOTTS, Kittlethorpe Park j

AMS

Astrop and Writtenby, Line. ; a sqiiirrel, sejant, gu., cracking a nut, or. n

AMCOTTS, Eng., a squirrel, sejant, gu., collared, or.

AMEERS, Eng., a long cross, crossed on three grieces. n

AMENTON, Eng. , an antelope's head, ppr.

AMERANCE, Eng., a mascle, ar.

AMERDLEY, a heart inflamed, winged. I

AMEREDITH, of Marston, Devons., a demi- lion, sa., ducally gorged and lined, or.

comp.

AMEREDITH of Tamerton, same crest.

AMEREX, and AMERICE, a torteau, gu., charged with a talbot's head, erased.

AMERIE, Eng., in dexter hand, ppr., a fleur-de- lis, in pale, or. I

AMERY of Park House, Stourbridge, out of a mural coronet, a talbot's head. Tu ne cede mails.

AMERY, London, same crest and motto.

AMES of The Hyde, Bedford, a rose, ar., stalked and leaved, vert.

AMES, and AMOS, Eng., a square collegiate cap, sa.

AMHERST, Earl, Vise. Holmesdale, on a mount, vert, three tilting-spears, or, headed, ar., one in pale, and two in saltier, environed with a chaplet of laurel, vert. Victoria concord/a crescit.

AMHERST, or AMHURST, Eng., same crest.

AMIAS, Norf., a buck's head, erased, ar., horned, or, neck wreathed, sa.

AMIDAS, Lond., a branch of oak, ppr., acorned, or.

AMIEL, a hunting-horn, unstrung. i.

AMITESLY, Glouc., a bezant, or, charged with a pale, indented, gu.

AMO, a negress's head from breast, affrontee, with ear-rings.

AMOCK, Eng., a man's head, from shoulders, in profile, vested, wreathed.

AMOND, or ST. AMOND, Sco., three cinque-foils, az., stalked and leaved. comp. II

AMOND, out of a mural coronet, a griffin's head.

AMOND, Sco., out of a mural coronet, a griffin's head, ducally gorged.

AMOND, Sco., an arm, in armour, embowed, brandishing a scimitar, all ppr.

AMORIE, or D'AMORIE, Glouc., out of a mural coronet, or, a talbot's head, az., eared, gold.

AMORY, out of a ducal coronet, or, a plume of seven ostrich -feathers, ar., four and three. comp. .

AMOS of St. Ibbs, Hertford, a stag's head. Sapere aude.

AMOSLEY, a horse at full speed, sa.

AMOUTH, a battle-axe and the top of a javelin, in saltier, ppr.

AMPHLET, Staffs., a dromedary, ppr. n

AMPHLETT of Clent House, Wore., a drome- dary, ppr. ii

AMRAS, Norf.. a stag's head, erased, gorged with a wreath.

AMSDEN, and AMSDON, Eng., a cross-fleury, fitched, or, fleury, gu., between wings, ppr.

AMSON, Lees, Chesh., a cock-blackbird, ppr., between two ostrich-feathers, ar.

AMSON, Eng., a crane, ppr.

AMS

AND

AMY, or AM YE, Camb., out of a ducal coronet, or, an eagle's head, ppr., in beak a sprig, vert. comp.

AMYAND, a naked arm, embowed, ppr., in hand three ears of corn, bladed, all or. La tie durante. n

AMYAND of Moreas Court, Heref., Bart., a crow, ppr.

AMYAS, Norf., a stag's head, erased, or, gorged with a wreath, ar. and sa.

AMYAS, Tilbury, Ess., a hind, ppr., collared, gu. see plate

AMYAT, and AMYATT, Eng., a ram, passant, ppr. -

AMYATT, Southampton, a ram, passant, ar.

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AMYS, Ess., a hind, passant, ar., collared, gu.

comp.

ANBY, and AUBLEY, in dexter hand a cross pattee, fitched.

ANCHER, and ANCHOR, Kent, a bull's head, erased, gu.

ANCRAM, Hill House, Frome, an anchor, erect, sa. Holdfast. n

ANDBY, ANDY, or ANDEY, Devons., on stump of tree, a crane, statant, ppr. . n

ANDEGARVIA, Eng., an escarbuncle, sa.

ANDELBY, an escutcheon, gu., chSfrged with a cross moline, or. comp.

ANDERDON, Hants. , a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, hand apaumee .

ANDERLEY, Eng., a dolphin, haurient, devour- ing a fish, ppr.

ANDERSON, GEORGE, Little Harle Tower, Nor- thumberland, a falcon's head, erased, sa., a gut, or, beaked and eyed, of the same, hold- ing an arrow in bend, dexter ar. Vigilans et certus.

ANDERSON of Jesmond House, Northumb., on a mount, vert, a stag, couchant, wounded in breast by an arrow, in mouth an ear of wheat, all ppr., charged on side with a bugle-horn, or. Nil desperandum, auspice Deo. see plate

ANDERSON, an oak-tree, ppr. Stand sure.

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ANDERSON, Bart., Yorks., a water-spaniel, passant, or. Guaviter.

ANDERSON, Aberdeen, a cross staff, erect, marked with the degrees of latitude. Per mare.

ANDERSON, Lond. and Sco., a phoenix in flames, ppr. Providentia. IOI.

ANDERSON, Bart., a talbot, passant, collared and lined. .

ANDERSON, an eagle, issuing, in dexter an olive-branch. Qui koneste fortiter.

ANDERSON of Airdbreck, an oak-tree, ppr. Stand sure.

ANDERSON, Sco., a crescent, or. Gradatim.

ANDERSON, an eagle, issuing. Qui honeste for- titer.

ANDERSON, Glasgow, a cloud, ppr. Recte quod honeste.

ANDERSON, Penley, Herts., a spaniel dog, pas- sant. i

ANDERSON, Lond., out of a ducal coronet, ar., a hind's head, or, pierced through neck with an arrow.

ANDERSON, Mill Hill, Middx., three ostrich -

feathers, encircled with a chain, or, on centre one a crescent. comp.

ANDERSON, Newcastle, an eagle's head, erased, ar., in beak, in pale, a,n arrow, gu., headed and feathered, or. comp.

ANDERSON of Newbigging, a mullet, az. Nil conscire sibi.

ANDERSON of Whiteburgh, a crescent, ar. Ut se crescit clarescit.

ANDERSON, Glasgow, an elephant's head, couped, ppr.

ANDERSON of Nethertarvit, a mullet, or. Give and forgive.

ANDERSON, out of a ducal coronet, or, a stag's head, affrontee, in mouth a dart, ppr.

comp.' IO

ANDERSON, merchant, Lond., a phoenix in flames, ppr. Dominus providebit. IO

ANDERSON, a stag, lodged, ppr.

ANDERSON, an eagle, issuing, wings expanded and inverted, ppr., gazing at the sun, gu.

comp.

ANDERSON, a ship in full sail, ppr.

ANDERSON, a blazing star, gu.

ANDERSON, Iri., on a mount, a leopard, couch- ant, gardant, with antique crown. .

ANDERSON of Linkwood, in hand a pen, ppr. Honesty is the best policy.

ANDERSON, on a mount, a stag, lodged, ppr.

ANDERSON, Suss., in hand a pen. Honesty is the best policy. -

ANDERSON, WALTER N., Toronto, Ontario, an eagle, issuing, in dexter an olive branch, ppr. Qui honeste fortiter.

ANDERSON, Fife, a sword, in pale, between two branches of laurel, in orle, ppr. Pro bello vel pace.

ANDERSON, Bradley, Durh., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a griffin's head, erased, ar., charged on neck with fetterlock, sa.

see plate

ANDERSON, Alnwick, a stag, lodged, amidst rushes, neck pierced with an arrow, or, headed, ar.

ANDERTON, Eng., a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, hand apaume'e.

ANDERTON of Tushielaw, a sword, in pale, be- tween two branches of laurel, in orle, ppr. Pro bello vel pace.

ANDERTON, Lane., a curlew, ar.

ANDERTON of Euxton, Lane., a curlew, ppr. We stoop not.

ANDESLEY, Eng., a sword, ppr., and cross crosslet, sa., in saltier. I

ANDLAW, an eagle's head, sa.

ANDRADE, a wolf's head, or.

ANDRE, or ANDEEE, Eng., a mill-rind, az.

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ANDREA, or ST. ANDREW, Eng., a cinquefoil, ar.

ANDREA, Eng., a bezant, az., charged with lion's head, erased, collared, gu.

ANDREW, Devons., a stag's head, erased, sa., attired, or.

ANDREW of Nethertarvit, a star, or. Give and forgive.

ANDREW of Clockmill, in dexter hand a laurel- branch, ppr. Virtute et fortuna. .

ANDREWES, Ruts., a demi-lion, or, ducally crowned, ar., in dexter a human heart, gu.

see plate

AND

ANN

ANDREWES, Eng., a moor's head, in profile, sa., banded, ar. '

ANDREWES, Bart., Carlisle, a moor's head, couped, ppr.

ANDREWES, Northamp., a moor's head, ppr.

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ANDREWES, Suff., a stag's head, ar., erased, charged with a crescent.

ANDREWES of Lathbury, Bucks., Bart., a stag's head, ar.

ANDREWES of Shaw Place, Bart., out of an eastern coronet, a moor's head, in profile, ppr. see plate

ANDREWES, Eng., a moor's head, in profile, couped at shoulders, ppr.

ANDREWS, Bart., Denton, Northamp., a blacka- moor's head, in profile, couped at shoulders, wreathed.

ANDREWS, Bart., Berks., out of an* eastern

crown, or, a blackamoor's head, couped, in

ear a pendant, or. Victrix fortunes sapientia.

see plate

ANDREWS, Oxon., a dexter arm, vested, vert, cuffed, in hand a branch. Nee careo, nee euro.

ANDREWS, Surr., a stag's head, erased, ar. Quod konestum utile.

ANDREWS, RICHARD, Southampton, a stags head, erased, ar.

ANDREWS, Sco., in hand a branch of laurel, ppr. Virtute et fortuna.

ANDREWS, Suff., an acorn, vert.

ANDREWS, Eng., a moor's head, couped, ppr.

ANDREWS of Norton, Bart., a moor's head, in

profile, sa., banded, ar.

ANDREWS, Berks., out of an eastern crown, or,

a moor's head, couped.

ANDREWS, Hants., a greyhound's head, charged

on neck with a saltier humettee, between

two roundles. see plate

ANDREWS, Lathbury, Bucks, of Norf. and

Suff.: (i.) A stag's head, ar. . (.) For

the Suff. branch, a stag's head, erased, ar.,

charged with a crescent for difference. ANDREWS, Suff., a bird, wings expanded, az.,

in beak a laurel branch, vert.

ANDREWS, a dexter arm, vested, in hand a

branch.

ANDREWS, a greyhound's head, couped, on

neck a saltier. comp.

ANDREWS of Rivingtoii, Lane., a moor's head,

in profile, couped at shoulders, ppr., in ear

a pendant, ar. Fortiter defendit. ANDROS, on a tower, a lion, rampant, sa. ANDSON, Angus, a fir-tree, seeded, ppr. Stand

sure.

ANELCHE, Eng., an eagle, wings expanded,

ppr.

ANELSHEY, Glouc., a bezant, or, charged with

a pale, indented, gu.

ANEYS, Eng., a sword, in bend, ppr. ANGAS, or ANGES, an ostrich -head, erased, ar.,

in mouth a horse-shoe, ppr. see plate ANGE, a cross-formee, or, between wings, az.

ANGEL, ANGLE, ANEGALL, or ANEGAL, on a

chapeau, a tower, ppr. see plate

ANGELDON, Lond., a knot, sa., between wings,

or.

ANGELL, Lond., out of a ducal coronet, or, a

demi-pegasus. see plate

ANGELL, a swan, ar., ducally gorged, or. ANGELLIS, or ANGLES, in lion's gamb, a cross

pattee, fitched, or. I

ANGER, and ANGIER, Kent, a martlet, flying

over a castle. I

ANGER, an escarbuncle, or.

ANGERSTEEN, a lion's head, erased, gu., in

mouth a quatrefoil. comp.

ANGESTEEN, a crane, ppr., in dexter a mullet,

ar. comp.

ANGEVILLE of Thethelthorpe, Line., a branch

of three roses, ar.

ANGEVYNE, Line., same crest. ANGLESEY, Marquess of (Paget), a demi-

heraldic tiger, salient, sa., ducally gorged.

Per il suo contrario, .

ANGOLESME, Eng., the sail of a ship. I ANGOLISME, Eng., a lion's gamb, sa. ANGUILLA, Eng., a bezant, charged with tal-

bot's head, erased, sa. II

ANGUISH, Norwich, a snake, nowed, ppr., be- tween two branches of fern, vert. Latct

anguis in herba. comp. ill.

ANGUS, Eng. , a quadrangular castle. ANGUS, Sco., a lion, with antique crown, or.

Fortis est veritas. see plate

ANHELET, Eng., a gem ring, or, stoned, gu.

ANKE, or ANKOS, a bull's head, erased. ANKETEL, Eng., a rose, gu.

ANKETELL of Shaftesbury, on a mount, vert,

an oak-tree, ppr.

ANKETELL, Eng., stump of oak-tree, branches

sprouting.

ANKETELL of Anketell, Iri., an oak-tree, ppr.

Vade ad formicam.

ANKYRSLEY, Eng., a hunting-horn. i.

ANLABY, on a mount, an oak-tree.

ANLEBY, Yorks. , an arrow in pale, enfiled with

ducal coronet.

ANLET, and ANLETT, Yorks., on a rock, a fire- beacon, ppr. ANLEY, Eng., a dexter arm, in hand, a hawk's

lure, ppr.

ANMERS, or ANNERS, Chesh., a lion's head,

erased, ppr.

ANMETESLEY, Eng., a bezant, or, charged with

a pale, indented, gu.

ANNA, DE, Eng., a bezant, or. n

ANNABELL, ANNABLE, and ANNABLES, Eng., a

stag at gaze, ppr. Si.

ANNAND, Surr., a griffin, segreant. Speralo.

So. ANN AND, Annandale, a rose, stalked and

leaved, ppr. Quod honestum utile. ANNANDALE, Sco., same crest and motto. ANNANDALE, a spur, erect, winged.

ANNAT, Sco., a boar, sa., transfixed with an

arrow.

ANNCELL, Eng., a stag's head, affrontee, du- cally gorged. ANNCEY, Eng., on a mural coronet, a stag,

sejant, ppr. So.

ANNE, Eng., a woman's head, couped at

breasts, ppr., hair dishevelled, or. ANNE of Trickley, Yorks,, a buck's head, ca-

bossed, ar.

ANNELES, a mermaid, ppr., tail, vert. ANNELSHIE, a bezant, or, charged with a pale,

indented, gu.

ANNESLEY, Iri. , a demi - lady supporting a

portcullis.

ANN

API,

ANNESLEY, Oxon., moor's head couped, sa.,

wreathed, ar. and az. Virtutis amore.

- ANNESLEY, Earl Mountmorris, Iri., moor's

head, wreathed, ar. and az. Virtutis

amore. -

ANNESLEY, Earl of Anglesey, Eng., same. ANNESLEY, Earl of (Annesley), Iri., moor's

head, in profile, sa., wreathed, ar. and az.

Virtutis amore. - J

ANNESLEY of Arley Castle, Stafford, same

crest and motto. ANNESLEY, a Saracen's head, in profile,

wreathed, ar. and az. ' * I

ANNESLEY, Eng., a buck's head, or. ANNES, ANNESS, and ANNIS, Eng., a mascle,

or.

ANNGELL, Kent, out of a ducal coronet, or, a

demi-pegasus, ar.

ANNOT, ANNOTT, or ANNAT, Eng., a boar,

passant, sa., transfixed with an arrow, ppr.

ANNYSLAY, Eng., moor's head, couped, sa.

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ANSCELL, or ANSTRELL, of Barford, Beds., a demi-lion, az., ducally gorged, and lined, or.

ANSDELL, in hand a buckle, or.

ANSELBIE, and ANSELBY, Eng., a"n arrow, in pale, enfiled with ducal coronet, or.

ANSELL, Eng., a demi-lion, ppr., ducally gorged.

ANSERT, Eng., a demi-lion, rampant, imperi- ally crowned, in dexter a sword, wavy.

ANSON, Bart., Lane., out of a ducal coronet, or, a spear, erect. Nil desperandum.

comp. I

ANSON, Viscount : (i.) Out of a ducal coronet, or, a spear-head, ppr., staff, purp. comp. . I. (.) A greyhound's head, couped, erm., charged on neck with two bars- gemelle, or. Nil desperandum.

ANSON, a crow, ppr., between two ostrich- feathers, ar. see plate

ANSON, a dove, ppr., between two ostrich- feathers, or. see plate

ANSTAVILL, a castle, triple-towered, a demi- lion, rampant, out of middle tower.

ANSTAY, ANSTEE, ANSTEY, and ANSTIE, Eng., a martlet, or.

ANSTEAD, ANSTED, or ANTISHED, a cross for- mee, or, charged with five torteaux.

comp.

ANNTIE, Eng., a leopard's head, ppr., jessant- de-lis, gu.

ANSTIS, Cornw., out of ducal coronet, five ostrich -feathers, ppr.

ANSTIS, or ANSTICE, a dexter arm, vested, embattled, in hand a griffin's head, erased.

ANSTON, a martlet, issuing, ppr.

ANSTROTHER, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-man, in armour, ppr., in hand a spear, sa. , headed, ar. comp. II

ANSTRUTHER, Bart., Staffs., two arms in ar- mour, grasping a battle-axe. Periissem ni periissem. .

ANSTRUTHER of that Ilk., Bart., two arms, in armour, embowed, grasping a battle-axe. Periissem ni periissem.

ANSTRUTHER, Bart., of Balcaskie, same crest and motto.

ANSTRUTHER of Hintlesham, Suffolk, same

crest and motto. ANSTRUTHER, Inverkeithing, same crest and

motto. ANSTRUTHER, Airdrie, same crest.

ANSTRUTHER-CARMICHAEL,Bart.,ScO. : (l.) For

Anstruther, same as above. (.) For Car-

michael, an arm, in armour, erect, grasping

a broken spear, ppr. Touj ours prtt.

ANSTY, Eng., a martlet, or.

ANTESHEY, and ANTESLEY, Eng., a bezant, or,

charged with a pale, indented. '.

ANTHONY, and ANTONIE, Lond., a goat's head,

ar.

ANTHONY, a goat's head, or.

ANTON of Stoatfield, Line. ; Middx. ; Lond. ;

and Iri. ; out of a mural coronet, a lion's

head, ar.

ANTONY, or ANTONIE, Suff., a goat's head, gu.

ANTONY, Lond., a demi-antelope, salient, ppr.

. ii

ANTRAM, Dors., a demi-griffin, az., winged, Prudentia et animo.

ANTRIM, Earl of, Iri. (Seymour-M'Donnell), a dexter arm, vested, couped at shoulder, embowed, in fess, in hand a cross crosslet, fitched, gu.

ANTROBUS, Bart., Chesh., a unicorn's head, couped, ar., horned and maned, or, gorged with a wreath of laurel, vert, out of rays, ppr. Dei memor, cjratus amicis. see plate

ANTROBUS of Eaton Hall, Chester, same crest and motto.

ANTROBUS, Lond., same crest.

ANTWISEL, or ANTISELL, an eagle, wings ex- panded and inverted, ppr. IO

ANVERS, Chesh., a branch with three roses,

Ppr- -

ANVERS, DE, Eng , a wyvern, sa. -

AN WILL, and ANWYL, Wei., two hands out of

clouds, pulling an anchor out of sea, ppr.

ANVORY, in hand a holly-branch, ppr. ANWELL, and ANWYL, Eng., and Parkin, Me- rionethshire, an astrolabe, ppr. AN WICK, Lond., in dexter hand a broken

tilting-spear, or.

ANWYT, an eagle, displayed, ppr.

AOLUITE, on a chapeau, a lion, statant, tail

extended, ppr.

APEELE, a fleur-de-lis, or, between wings, ar.

comp.

APESLEY, Surr. and Suss., same crest. AP-EYNIONS, Eng., a sheaf of arrows, ppr.,

banded, gu. Virtuti fido.

AP-GRIFFITH, out of a cloud, a dexter and

sinister arm shooting an arrow, all ppr.

comp. APHE, Hants., out of a ducal coronet, ar., a

parrot's head, or. see plate llS

APHERY, Eng., a trefoil, slipped, vert. Ap-HovvELL, in gauntlet, erect, a sword.

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APIFER, in hand a spiked club, ppr. APILIARD, or APPLEYARD, East Carlton, Norf.,

a demi-tiger, in mouth a rose. comp. APILSTON, in nest a pelican, wings displayed,

feeding her young, or, vulned, ppr. APLEGATH, or APLEGARTH, Kapley, Hants., a

demi-tiger, gu., bezantee, or, charged with

a bend. comp.

APL

ABO

APLETEEE, Hants., a goat, passant, ar. n

APLEYAED, an owl, ar.

APPELTON, a camel lying down.

APPELTON, and APPOLTON, Eng. , a camel, couchant, ppr. IO

APPLEBEE, a martlet, or.

APPLEBY, Leic., an apple, or, stalked and leaved, vert.

APPLEFOED, Eng., a demi-savage, in dexter a sword, in sinister a baton, ensigned with a royal crown.

APPLETON, or APLETON, Suff., an elephant's head, couped, sa., in mouth a snake, vert, wreathed about trunk. comp. IO

APPLE WHAITE, Stoke Ask, Suff., a cubit arm erect, in hand an open book.

APPLEYAED, Shotsham, Norf., an owl, ar.

APPLEYAED, a demi-dragon, ppr., in dexter a scimitar, ar. see plate

APPLEYAED, Norf., a demi-tiger, in mouth a rose, slipped, ppr. comp.

APEECE, Bucks, and Hants., an otter, ppr., collared and lined, or. comp.

APEECE, Bucks, and Hants., a -spear, erect, ar. Labora ut ceternum vivas. i

APEEECE, Bart., Washingley, Hunts., a spear- head, erect, ppr. Vix labora ut in ceternum vivas.

APEEECE, a civet cat, ppr., pierced through middle with a spear-head, erect.

APEICE, Heref., a cock, wings expanded, gu., in beak a rose, ppr. see plate

Ap-RiCE, a boar's head, erect, pellettee, be- tween two oak-branches, fructed. comp. n

APEIL, or APEILL, a boar's head, erect, ppr. between two olive-branches.

APSEY, Eng., a dove, olive-branch in mouth, volant over water, all ppr.

APSLEY, Suss., a fleur - de - lis, or, between wings, ar. see plate

APTED, Surrey, a stag's head, erased, or. Sem- per eadem.

AQUITAE, Lond., a demi-lion, rampant, or, murally crowned, az., in dexter a laurel- branch, slipped, ppr. comp.

AEABIN, Eng., the sun rising behind a moun- tain, ppr.

AEABIN of Beech Hill, Ess., and Drayton, Middx., an eagle's head, erased, between wings, sa., ducally crowned, or. Nee temere, nectimide. see plate

AEABIN, same crest.

AEABYN, a griffin's head, erased, ducally crowned, or, between wings. see plate

AEBLASTEE, or ALLEBASTEE, Staffs., a feather. in pale, enfiled with ducal coronet.

AEBLESTEE, AEEBLASTEB, and AEABLESTEE, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, a greyhound's head, sa. .

AEBUCKLE, Sco., a ram, ppr. n

AEBUETHNET, Findoury, Sco., a peacock, issu- ing, ppr. Interna prcestant.

AEBUETHNET of Catherlan, a peacock's head, couped, ppr., charged with a mullet, or. Sit laus Deo. comp.

AEBUETHNET, same crest. Tarn interna, quam externa.

AEBUTHNOT, Montrose, a dove, within an adder, in orle, ppr. Innocue ac provide.

AEBUTHNOT, Sco., a peacock's head, couped, ppr., beaked, or. Laus Deo.

AEBUTHNOT, Bart., a peacock's head, ppr.

Innocent and true.

AEBUTHNOT, Weymouth, a ship under sail,

ppr. Fluctuo sed affluo.

AEBUTHNOT, a cross patte'e, or.

AEBUTHNOT of Arbuthnothaugh, a peacock's

head, couped. Deus me sustinet. AEBUTHNOT of Fiddes, a peacock, passant, ppr.

Tarn interna, quam externa.

AEBUTHNOT, Viscount, Sco., a peacock's head,

erased, ppr. Laus Deo.

AECEDECKNE, or AECHDECKNE, a dexter arm,

in armour, embowed, in hand a scimitar.

AECEDECKNE of Glevering, Suff., a dexter

arm, in hand a sword.

AECESTEE, Glouc., on a bezant, an escarbuncle,

sa. AECHAED, Kent, out of a ducal coronet, a

demi-fish, ppr.

AECHBALD, and AECHIBALD, a decrescent, ar.

Ut reficiar.

AECHBALD, and AECHIBALD, Sco., a palm- branch, erect, ppr. Ditat servata fides.

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AECHDALE, and AECHEDALE, Lond., out of a ducal coronet, a tiger's head, ar., maned and tufted, sa. . I

AECHDALL of Castle Archdall, and Trillic, Iri.: (i.) ~FoTArchdaU,out of a ducal coronet, a heraldic, tiger's head, ppr. Data fata secutus. . (.) For Montgomery, on a chapeau, ppr., a hand, vested, az., grasping a sword, ppr., hilt and pommel, or. Honneur sans repos. (.) For Mervyn, a squirrel, se- jant, ppr. De Dieu tout.

AECHDALL, Iri., a cross patte'e, erm.

AECHDALL, or AECHDELL, out of a ducal coro- net, or, a griffin's head.

AECHDEACON, Cornw., a martlet flying over a tower, ppr. I

AECHEBOLD, or AECHBOLD, Staffs., a lion's head, erased, ar., collared, gu.

AECHEE of Bourne, Kent, a bull's head, erased, gu., armed, or.

AECHEE, Ess., a griffin's head, erased, ar., pierced through neck by a spear.

see plate

AECHEB of Trelaske House, Cornw. , a quiver, in fess, ppr. u

AECHEE, Cornw., a quiver full of arrows, in fess. II

AECHEE, Ess. and Kent, a bull's head, erased, gu. .

AECHEE, Chelmsford, Ess., a griffin's head, erased, ar., pierced by spear, in bend sini- ster, collared, charged with two crosses patte'e, in beak a slip of oak, fructed, ppr.

see plate

AECHEE, Line., a dragon's head, per pale, gu. and az., wings expanded, sinister wing, or, dexter, ar., out of a mural coronet.

see plate go

AECHEE, Baron, of Umberslade, Warw., out of a mural coronet, gu.,.a dragon's head, ar. Sola bona quce honesta.

AECHEE, a demi-dragon, in dexter a dart.

see plate

AECHEE, Eng., a palm-branch, ppr. Ditat servata fides.

AECHEE, Iri., a mound, az., banded and crossed, or.

ARO

ARCHER, Sco., a dexter hand, and sinister arm, drawing an arrow.

ARCHER, an archer, vested, vert, in dexter a bugle-horn, ar., raised to mouth, in sinister, a bow erect, across shoulders a quiver full of arrows. comp.

ARCHER-DE BOYS, Ess.: (i.) A wyvern, ar. . (.) A legcouped at thigh, embowed at knee, spur and leather, or. Ij.

ARCHEVER, Sco. , two arms drawing arrow to head. Ready.

ARCHIDECKNIE, a dexter arm in armour, em- bowed, in hand a dagger.

ARCY, DE, Iri., a tilting-spear broken in three pieces, ppr., head in pale, other two in sal- tier, banded, gu.

ARD, Eng., a cock, ppr. Vigilantia.

ARDEM, a cross, az., on three grieces.

ARDEN, Baron Alvenley, Chester, out of a ducal coronet, or, a plume of five feathers, ar., charged with crescent, gu. Patientid vinces.

ARDEN, or ADERNE, Beds, and Warw., a plume of feathers, ar., charged with a martlet, or.

ARDEN, Middx., on a mount, vert, a boar, passant, ar., semee-de-lis, az. Doluere dente laccssiti.

ARDEN, Eng., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm, a boar, passant, or.

ARDEN, on a chapeau, turned up, erm., a wild boar, passant, or, charged with three annu- lets.

ARDEN, Norf. and Suff., on a chapeau, turned up, a wild boar, passant, or. Quo me cunque vocat patria.

ARDEN of Gresham, Norf., same crest and motto.

ARDEN, a thistle stalked and flowered.

ARDERES, Meriden. Warw., a demi-lion, az., gorged with a collar, or, charged with three mullets. see plate

ARDERN, Eng., in a coronet, or, a pyramid of leaves, vert. comp.

ARDERNE, on a chapeau, turned up, erm., a wild boar, passant, or, charged with three annu- lets.

ARDERNE, on a chapeau, turned up, a boar, passant, or.

ARDERNE, Chesh. and Lane., out of a ducal coronet, or, a plume of five feathers. .

ARDERNE, Warw. , a boar, passant, or.

ARDERNE, Eng., a plume of feathers, ppr.

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ARDES, Sharington, Bucks., within a Catha- rine-wheel, sa., ducally crowned, or, the sun in splendour. comp.

ARDES, a Catharine- wheel, or, pierced, sa., ducally crowned. comp.

ARDINGTON, or ARTHINGTON, Yorks., a dove with olive-branch in mouth.

ARDIS, a demi-lion, rampant, gu., in dexter a rose, or, leaved, vert.

ARDYN, a cross, az., on three grieces.

ARDYN, Eng., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a boar, passant, or.

AREL, French and Eng., a boar's head be- tween two ostrich-feathers.

ARESKIN, in dexter hand an escutcheon.

comp. ii

ARESKINE, Sco., a demi-griffin, in dexter a sword. A usim et confido.

ARESKINE of Dun, a griffin's head, erased, in

ABM

beak a sword, in bend, ppr. In Domino confido.

ARFECE, ARFOIS, or ARFORCE, Eng., a scal- ing ladder, az. - ARGAHAST, a Doric column, ppr. ARGAL, Eng., a lion's head, erased, gu.

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ARGALL of Low-hall, Ess., a sphinx, wings expanded, ppr.

ARGALL, Eng., a sphinx, or, winged, ar.

ARGALL, an arm, in armour, embowed, grasp- ing a battle-axe, all ppr.

ARGALL, ARGELL, or ARGILL, a lion's head, erased, ppr.

ARGENTE, Camb., a demi-lion, gu., holding a covered cup, ar. see plate

ARGENTON, Eng., a martlet, sa.

ARGENTRE, an eagle's head, erased.

ARGUILLA, on a bezant, a talbot's head, erased, sa. ii

ARGUM, ARGUN, or ARGUNE, in hand, erect, out bf cloud, an open book. I

ARGYLL, Duke of, Sco. (Campbell), a boar's head, couped, or. Vix ea nostra voco and Ne obliviscaris.

ARIEL, and ARIELL, Eng., an anchor, cabled, and sword, in saltier.

ARKELL, or ARKLE, a griffin, sejant, ar., in dexter a garland of laurel.

ARKINSTALL, Camb., on a mount, vert, a grey- hound, sejant, erm.

ARKLEY, Sco., two thistles,, in orle, flowered,

ppr., in centre a rose. Bene qui sed'alo.

comp.

ARKROYD, Eng., a dog, sleeping. i

ARKWRIGHT of Willersley, Derby, an eagle, rising, or, in beak an escutcheon. Multa, tuli fecique. see plate

ARKYBUS, a lion's head, erased, ar.

ARLE, Eng., a boar's head, erect, between two ostrich-feathers.

ARLOTE, or ARLOTT, on a chapeau, a leopard, passant, gardant, three blades of rushes on each side, all ppr. comp.

ARMESBURY, Ess., two hands conjoined, out of clouds, ppr. I

ARMESTON, Burbage, Leic., a dragon's head, erased, vert, scaled, or, charged with a crescent.

ARMESTONE, Leic., a dragon's head, erased,

A Ppr- .

ARMESTRANG, ARMSTRANG, or ARMSTRONG, Sco., in hand, out of a cloud, a club, all ppr. Invicta labore.

ARMIGER, or ARMEIER, North Creake, Norf., on a ducal coronet, or, a tiger, sejant.

ARMINE, Osgodby, Line., on a mount, vert, an ermine, ppr. .

ARMISTEAD, a dexter arm, in armour, em- bowed, ppr., in hand a broken spear. Suirez la raison.

ARMIT, and ARMITT, Eng., on a mount, vert., a bull, passant, ppr.

ARMITAGE, Kirklees, Bart., Yorks., a dexter arm, embowed, vested, or, cuff, ar., grasping in hand, ppr., a sword by the blade, also ppr., hilt, gold, point downward.

comp.

ARMITAGE, an arm, embowed, vested, in hand a sword, ppr.

AKMITAGE of Milnsbridge, Yorks., a dexter

ABM





ARU

arm, embowed, couped at shoulder, vested,

or, cuffed, ar., in hand, ppr., a staff. Semper

paratus. ARMO, three passion-nails, ppr., one in pale

and two in saltier, comp.

AEMONY, a stag, gu.

ARMOUR, Sco., in dexter hand an esquire's

helmet. Cassis tutissima virtus. .

ARMSTRANG, an armed arm, ppr.

AEMSTRANG, an arm, gu.

ARMSTRANG of Mangerton, an arm, in armour,

embowed, ppr.

ARMSTRONG, an arm, in armour, grasping a

sword, az. Invictus maneo.

ARMSTROXG, Eng., a dexter arm, in armour,

embowed, hand apaumee, ppr.

ARMSTRONG, Bart., Iri., an arm, in armour,

embowed, in hand trunk of oak-tree, eradi- cated, all ppr. Invictus maneo. ARMSTRONG of Whittock, an arm, embowed,

ppr. Invictus maneo.

ARMSTRONG, Heref. and Wore., an arm, em- bowed, ppr. Invictus maneo. ARMSTRONG, Sco., an arm, embowed, couped,

cuffed, ar., in hand a sword. Strength.

ARMSTRONG of New Hall, Clare, in armed

hand and arm, a leg and foot, in armour.

Vi et armis. comp.

ARMSTRONG of Mealiffe, Iri., same crest and

motto. ARMSTRONG of Willow Bank, Iri., an arm, in

armour. In Deo robur meus.

ARMSTRONG of Ballycumber, Iri., a dexter

arm, in armour, ar., hand, ppr. Vi et armis.

ARMSTRONG, Harkness Rig, Cauobie, same

crest and motto. ARMSTRONG of Hemsworth, York, same crest

and motto. ARMYTAGE, Bart., Kirklees, Yorks., a dexter

arm, couped at shoulder, vested, in hand a

sword. .

ARMYTAGE, Lond. and Yorks., a demi-lion,

ar., in dexter a cross botonne'e, gu. ARNALD, or ARNAULD, Eng., a demi-cat, gard-

ant, ppr.

ARNEEL, ARNIED, or ARNEIL, Sco., an eel,

naiant, vert. Sans peur. .

ARNET, Eng., on a mount, vert, a bull, passant,

ppr.

ARNET, Sco., a crescent, or. Speratum et com-

pletum. .

ARNET, Bart., Yorks., a demi-lion, ar., in

dexter a cross.

ARNETT, ARNOT, and ARNOTT, Eng., on a tower,

ppr., a flag displayed, az.

ARNEWAY, ARNAWAY, and ARNOLD, Bucks.

and Line., a crosier, or.

ARNEWOOD, Hants., out of a ducal coronet, a

demi-leopard. see plate n

ARNEY, Chamberry, Dors., on a mural coronet,

three arrows through a human heart, two in

saltier, and one in pale.

ARNOLD, in hand, ppr., a bunch of grapes,

purp., leaved, vert.

ARNOLD, Glouc., a demi-tiger, ar., pellette"e.

comp. ARNOLD, Devons., out of a ducal coronet, an

antelope's head. comp.

ARNOLD, Cromer, Norf., and Bellesford, Suff.,

a dolp tin, embowed, ar. n

ARNOLD, Chilwick, Herts., an eagle's head, erased, gu., gorged with a mural coronet, ar., in beak an acorn, leaved, comp. . II

ARNOLD, Lond., a demi-tiger, sa., bezantee, holding a broad arrow, stick, gu., feathers and pheon, ar. comp.

ARNOLD of Missenden, Bucks., same crest. Nil desperandum.

ARNOLD, Iri., a feather and sword, in saltier.

Si-

ARNOT, ARRAT, and ARROT, Sco., in hand a dagger, erect. Pax armis acquiritur.

ARNOT of Balcormo, a crescent, or. Speratum

et completum.

ARNOTT of Arlary, same crest and motto. ARNUT, Sco., same crest and motto. ARNWAY, Line., a crosier, or.

ARON, Eng., a lady's arm, from elbow, in pale.

ARPIN, arm in armour, in hand a holly -branch,

all ppr.

ARRAN, Earl of (Gore), a wolf, salient, ar.,

collared, gu. In hoc signo vinces. ARRAS, in a tower, gu., embattled, or, a lion's

head, gold.

ARRAT, Sco., in dexter a dagger, in pale.

Pax armis acquiritur.

ARRIS, a satyr, in dexter a partizan. ARROL, Sco., a demi-lion, rampant, in dexter

a scimitar. Courage.

ARROT of that Ilk, Sco., in dexter a sword, in

pale, ppr. Antiquum assero decus. ARROT. Sco., in hand a dagger, in pale, ppr.

Pax armis acquiritur.

ARROWOOD, or ARWOOD, Lane., a savage, in

dexter a club, resting on the wreath, ppr. ARROWSMYTH, Huntingfield Hall, Suff., seven

arrows, ppr., enfiled with a ducal coronet,

or. comp.

ARSCOT, Devons., a demi-man, affrontee, in

dexter a scimitar held over head, sinister

resting on a tiger's head.

ARSCOTT, Eng., same crest. ARSICK, ARSYCKE, and ARSYKE, Eng., atalbot,

sejant, ppr., dexter on a shield, gu. ARTHER, and ARTHUR, Eng., a mullet of six

points, gu.

ARTHINGTON, Yorks., a dove, in mouth an

olive-branch, ppr.

ARTHUR, Dublin, a falcon, volant, ppr., jessed

and belled, or. I

ARTHUR, Springfield, Ess., a pelican, sa., in

nest, or, breast vulned, gu. -

ARTHUR, an eagle, sa., in nest, or, feeding her

young, of the first, on breast a crescent.

comp. ARTHUR, Clare, a falcon, rising, ppr., jessed

and belled, or. Impclle obstantia. ARTHUR, Sco., a pelican in nest, vulning.

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ARTHURE, a demi-savage, regardant. ARTKED, a dexter arm, embowed, in hand a

cross crosslet, fitched, in pale, sa. ARTON, a candlestick, or. ARTUS, an eagle's head, in beak a quill, ppr.

see plate ARUNDEL, Baron, of Wardour, Wilts., a wolf,

passant, ar. Deo data.

ARUNDEL, Lord Arundel, Eng., same crest. ARUNDEL, Iri., on a chapeau turned up, a

swallow, ar. Cruce dum spiro fido. .

ABU

ARUNDEL, Viscount Gal way, Iri., a martlet, or. -

ARUNDEL- HARRIS, Devons. : (i.) For Arundd, a stag's head, ppr., horned, or. De ffirun- dine. . (.) On a chapeau turned up, a martlet. Nulliprceda.. (.) For Harris, an eagle, rising, erm., beaked and spurred, or. Kar Deu and Res. pub. tra.

AKUNDEL, and ARUNDELL of Trerice, and Lord Trevise, Cornw., on a chapeau, gu., a mart- let, ar.

ARUNDELL, Cornw., on a mount, a horse, pas- sant, against a tree.

comp. and .

ARUNDELL, Lord Wardure, Eng., a wolf, pas- sent, ar. II

ARWEIL, or ARWELL, in hand a helmet, ppr.

ASADAM, Eng., a rook, feeding, sa.

ASBORNE, Eng., in lion's paw a flag, ar., charged with eagle, displayed, sa.

ASBURNER, Eng., an ash-tree, ppr.

ASCHE, ASCHEY, or ASCHER, Eng., in the sea, a ship in full sail, ppr.

ASCON, Eng., a mascle, ar.

ASCOUGH of Blibers, Line., an ass, ar.

ASCOUGH, Eng., an ass's head, erased, ar.

ASCOUGH, Line., an ass, passant, sa.

ASCUE, Eng., an ass's head, erased, ar.

ASCUM, Eng., a fleur-de-lis.

ASELOCK, Suff., a talbot's head, erased, or, guttle, ar. .

ASELOCK, or ASLAKE, Suff., a talbot's head, sa., guttde d'eau.

ASEN, Eng., a martlet, gu. .

ASERBURNE, Eng., an ash-tree, ppr. Quicquid crescit, in cinere perit.

ASGILE, Bart., Lond., a sphinx, gardant, wings addorsed, ar. Sui oblitus commodi.

ASGIL, Lond., same crest and motto.

ASGILL, Lond. and Hants., on a mural coronet, or, a sphinx, couchant, gardant, body brown, face and breasts, ppr., winged, or. Sui ob- litus commodi. comp. and

ASH, Eng., an old man's head, in profile, ppr., wreathed and stringed, or and az.

ASH, Stalsted, Kent, on a rock, a goose, wings addorsed, ppr.

ASH, a cockatrice's head, erased. I

ASH of Ashbrook, Iri. , a squirrel. Non nobis sed omnibus.

ASHAWE, Lane., an arm, embowed, vested with leaves, out of a ducal coronet, or, in hand a cross patt^e, fitched, ar.

ASHBERTON, on a chapeau, ppr., a communion cup, or.

ASHBORNE,' or ASHBURNE, Iri., a tower, triple- towered, ppr.

ASHBORNE, in lion's paw a flag, ar., charged with eagle, displayed, sa.

ASHBROOK, Iri., a raven, ppr., in beak an ermine-spot. Metis conscia rectl.

see plate

ASKBROOK, Viscount, a falcon, ppr.

ASHBURNHAM, Earl, out of a ducal coronet, or, an ash-tree, ppr. Le roi et Vestat.

ASHBURNHAM, Bart., Bromham, Suss., same crest.

ASHBURNHAM, Eng., out of ducal coronet, ar., an ash-tree, ppr. Witt God, and shall.



ASH

ASHBURNHAM of Ashburnham, Suss., out of ducal coronet, or, an ash-tree, ppr. Witt God, and I shatt. t .

ASHBURNHAM, or ASHBRENHAM, a griffin's head, ppr., collared, ar. comp.

ASHBURTON, a mullet of six points, pierced, or, between wings, ar. I

ASHBURT, Eng., in lion's paw a flag, charged with eagle, displayed.

ASHBY of Greenfields, Salop: (i.) For Haddock, a demi-lion, rampant, in dexter a sword, . (.) For Ashby, on a mural coronet, ar., a leopard's head, or. Be just, and fear not. comp.

ASHBY of Quenby, Leic., out of a mural coro- net, ar., a leopard's head, affronte"e, or. Be just, and fear not. comp. II

ASHBY, Leic., a ram's head, ar.

ASHBY, Leic., an eagle, close, ar., ducally crowned, or. comp.

ASHBY, Middx., an eagle, wings expanded, ar., ducally crowned, or. comp.

ASHCOMB, or AISHCOMB, Berks., on a cha- peau, a demi-eagle, displayed, sa., ducally crowned, or. comp. I

ASHDOUN, or ASHDOWN, a lion's head, gu., collared, or, bezantee, sa. see plate

ASHDOWN, Kent, a bull's head, couped. Numen et omnia.

ASHE, Twickenham, Bart., a cockatrice, or, combed and wattled, gu.

ASHE of Ashfield, Iri., a cockatrice, or, crested, wattled, and armed, gu. Fight.

ASHE, or ESHE, Devons., a cockatrice, ar., charged on breast with a trefoil, slipped,

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ASHE, Wilts., a cockatrice, or, crested and armed, gu. Non nobis sed omnibus.

ASHENDEN, Eng., in lion's gamb, erased, hilt of broken sword, ppr.

ASHENDEN, Eng., a lion, rampant, supporting an arrow, erect, point downward. IO

ASHENHURST, Beardhall, Derb., a cockatrice, tail no wed, serpent's head, sa., comb, wattles, and head, gu. , in beak a trefoil, see plate

ASHER, Eng., a ship in full sail, ppr.

ASHERBURNE, and ASHBURNER, Cumb., an ash- tree, ppr. Quicquid crescit, in cinere perit.

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ASHERST, Lane., a fox, passant, ppr. II ASHETON, Great Lever, Lane., a boar's head, couped, ar., armed and bristled, gu. In Domino confido.

ASHETON, or ASSHETON, a mower, vested, scythe, ppr.

ASHETON, or ASHTON, ademi-angel, wings ex- panded, hands closed as in prayer, vested, ar. comp. i

ASHPIELD, a wolf, passant, or.

ASHFIELD, a wolf, current, erm. I

ASHPIELD, Norf., a griffin, passant, ar. ASHFORD of Ashford, Devons., and Cornw., a moor's head, in profile, sa., wreathed, ar., out of a chaplet of oak-leaves, vert.

comp.

ASHFORDBY, Wilts., an ass's head, erased, or, gorged with a collar, sa., charged with three mullets, gold. see plate

ASHINGHURST, a cockatrice, close, sa., wattled and legged, gu., tail nowed, ending with serpent's head, in mouth of cockatrice a sprig, vert. see plate

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ASHLEY, Somers., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, enn., a bull, sa., ducally gorged, or.

comp.

ASHLEY, Eng., on a chapeau, ppr., a bull, pas- sant, sa., murally gorged, or. ASHLEY, Dors., a plume of feathers, ppr. ASHLEY, Dors., a harpy, ppr. II ASHLEY, on a chapeau, turned up, a plume of five ostrich-feathers, ar., out of a ducal coronet, or. II . I ASHLEY, Ches., a bear's head, muzzled, ppr.

ASHLEY- COOPER, Earl of Shaftesbury, on a

chapeau, turned up, a bull, passant, sa.,

gorged with a ducal coronet, or. Love, serve.

comp.

ASHLEY of Winborn, Dors., on a chapeau, gu.,

turned up, erm., a bull, passant, sa., gorged,

with mural coronet.

ASHLIN, a fir-tree, ppr.

ASHMAN, Wilts., a hautboy, in pale. .

ASHMOLE, Staffs., on a mount, a greyhound,

current, sa.

ASHMORE, Iri., a demi-eagle, displayed, two

heads, or, each royally crowned, ppr.

. II

ASHOE, a hawk, ppr., belled, or. ,

ASHONDON, Eng., a lion, rampant, supporting

an arrow, erect, point downward.

ASHTON, Leic., a boar's head, couped, ar.

ASHTON, or ASHETON, Eng., a boar's head,

couped, ar. In Domino confido.

ASHTON, a stag, statant, regardant, ar., attired

and unguled, or, gorged with chaplet of

laurel, ppr. see plate

ASHTON of Middleton, Bart., Lane., a boar's

head, couped. In Domino confido.

ASHTON, out of a mural coronet, a griffin's

head.

ASHTON of Spalding, Lane., and Sheering,

Ess., out of a mural coronet, ar., a griffin's

head, gu., ducally gorged and beaked, or.

ASHTON, Lane., a mower with scythe. ASHTON, or ASHETON, Crofton, Lane., out of clouds, ppr., a demi-angel, wings expanded, vested, ar. comp. I

ASHTON, a lion's head, erased, ppr. ASHTOWN, Baron, Iri. (Trench), an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a sword. Vir- tutis fortuna comes.

ASHURST, Oxon., a wolf, ppr.

ASHURST, Eng., a wolf, passant, ppr. ASHURST, a fox, ppr.

ASHURST of Waterstock, Oxford, a fox, sta- tant, ppr. Vincit qui patitur. . II ASHWOOD, on a chapeau, the sun, all ppr. ASHWORTH, Heyford, Oxon., on a mount, vert, a fox, ppr. . ASHWORTH, Eng., a savage's head, affronted, ppr. ASHWORTH, on a mount, vert, an ash tree, ppr.

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ASHWORTH, Iri., on a chapeau, a garb, ppr.

ASHWORTH, Hants., on a mount, vert, a fox,

ppr. C&lum non animum.

ASKE of Aske, Lane., an old man's head, in

profile, ppr., wreathed and tied with a bow.

ASKE, Eng., a dragon's head, couped. ASKEAM, or ASKEHAM, a dolphin, az.

ASKEBY, ASKELY, ASKLABY, ASKLAKBY, Or

ASKLAKEBY, Eng., a sun-dial on pedestal, ppr.

ASKEN, or ASKENE, Eng., an ass's head, sa.

ASKETINE, or ASKENTINE, of West Peckham, Kent, two lions' gambs, erect, sa., support- ing a crescent, or. n. ASKEW, or ASCOUGH, in hand a sword, en- filed with a Saracen's head. Fac et spera.

ASKEW of Pallinsburn, North umb., same crest.

Patientia casus exuperat omnes. ASKEW, or ASKUE, Lond., an ass's head, ppr., gorged with three bars, or, between wings, or and ar. iee plate

ASKEW, Line., an ass, ar.

ASKILL, Eng., in the sea, an anchor, in pale, ppr.

ASKHAM, a dolphin, az.

ASKWITH, York, a mascle, gu.

ASLACK, ASLAKE, and ASLOKE, of Holme, Norf., a talbot's head, sa., guttee, ar. ASLAKBY, or ASLAKEBY, a sun-dial on pedes- tal, ppr. ASLIN, Lond., a demi-horse, ppr. ASLIN, ASLYN, or ASSLAN, an escutcheon, charged with a rose, gu. comp. ASLOUM, Sco., a spur, ppr. ASLOUM, Eng., a spear, ppr. I ASPALL, a dragon's head, couped, or. ASPATH, two spears, in saltier, comp. . ASPIN, Bucks., a dragon's head, or, between two branches, ppr. see plate go ASPINALL, Preston, Lane., a demi - griffin, erased, sa., and collared, or. comp. ASPINWALL, Manchester, same crest. ASPINALL of Standen Hall, Lane., a demi- griffin, erased, sa., collared, winged, and beaked, or. ^Egis fortissima virtus. ASPREY, Lond., a deini-griffin, erased, sa. Redoutdble et fougueux. ASSCOTI, or ASCOTTI, Eng., a spread eagle, ppr., imperially crowned, or. Dum spiro spero. see plate ASSENT, out of a ducal coronet, a horse's head, ar., bridled, gu. see plate ASSHETON, and ASSHETTON, a boar's head, couped, gu. ASTEL, or ASTLE, Staffs., a sea-horse couch- ant, ducally gorged. see plate ASTELL of Everton, Huntingdon : (i.) A cross crosslet, or, entwined with a serpent, vert. . (.) A lion's head, erased, purp., gorged with a coronet, or. Sub cruce glorior.

see plate

ASTELL, Eng., a cross crosslet, or, entwined

with a serpent, vert.

ASTELL, Hunts., a lion's head, erased, purp.,

gorged with a coronet, or. Sub cruce glorior.

see plate

ASTERBY, Line., an oak-tree, ppr.

ASTERY, ASTERLLEY, or ESTERLEY, an 'etoile,

between wings, ppr.

ASTLEY of Melton Constable, Bart., Norf., out of a ducal coronet, or, a plume of feathers in a case, ar.

ASTLEY of Dunkinfield Lodge, Chester ; out of a ducal coronet, or, a plume of ostrich- feathers, gu. . ASTLEY, out of a ducal coronet, or, a harpy, ar.

comp. II

AST

ASTLEY, out of a ducal coronet, or, a harpy, ar., ducally gorged. comp.

ASTLEY, Bart., Warw., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a denri-pillar, of the first, environed with a ducal coronet, or, out of which issues a plume of feathers, ar.

ASTLEY, Ess., on a chapeau, a plume of feathers, ar., banded, gu., environed with a ducal coronet, or.

ASTLEY, Patishull, Salop, out of a ducal coro- net, ar., a double plume of feathers, gu. and or.

ASTLEY, Bart., Wilts., out of a ducal coronet, or, a plume of ostrich -feathers, gu. Fide, sed cui vide.

ASTON of Aston, Chester, an ass's head, ppr. PrH d'accomplir. O.

ASTON of Fairnham, Bart., Hants., an ass's head.

ASTON, Eng., a bull's head, couped, or, armed, sa. -

ASTON, Baron Aston, of Forfar, a bull's head, couped, sa. Numine et patria asto.

ASTON, a fox's head, ppr.

ASTON, Staffs., Chesh., and Lane., an ass's head. Pret d'accomplir.

ASTON, Lord Aston, and Staffs., a bull's head, or, the horns, ar., tipped, sa. t .

ASTON, Eng., a bull's head, or, horned.

ASTON, a chapeau, turned up, on each side of cap, within the ermines, a horn, ppr.

ASTON, Eng., an etoile, ppr. E tenebris lux.

ASTONNE, Eng., an ass's head, gu.

ASTEIE, Henbury, and Astry, Wood - end, Beds., a stag's head, erased, gu., attired, or.

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ASTKOVEL, Eng., a buckle, or.

ASWELL, or ASHWELL, Eng., on a chapeau, a

garb, ppr.

ATBAKOUGH, or ATBOEOUGH, Somers., a martin,

ar., collared and lined, or.

ATCHERLEY of Marton, Salop, a demi-bustard,

couped, gu., wings elevated, or, in mouth a

lily, ar. Spe posteri temporis. ATCHESON of Pittenweem, an astrolabe, ppr.

Observe.

ATCHESON, Sco., a cock standing on a trumpet,

ppr. Vigilantibus.

ATCHISON, a cock, ppr. Vigilantibus. ATCLIFF, ATCLIFFE, ATCLYFF, or ATCLYFFE,

Eng., a cross crosslet, ar.

ATETSE, Eng., a Cornish chough, ppr. . ATFIELD, an arm, em bo wed, throwing an

arrow, in f ess. .

ATFOE, Eng., on a chapeau, a lion's head,

erased, ppr.

ATHANRAY, Iri., out of a ducal coronet, a goat's

head.

ATHELL, Eng., a dog, sleeping, ppr. i ATHELL, Sco. and Suff., a castle, ar., masoned,

sa.

ATHELSTAN, or ATHELSTON, Eng., a hand

holding a sword, in pale, enfiled with a

man's head, couped and wreathed. ATHELSTANE, Eng., a mound, gu., banded and

crossed, or.

ATHERDEN, THOMAS H., Ludlow, on a perch,

a hawk, beaked, all ppr. Nee timere, nee

timide.

ATHERLEY, Eng., a lion's head, erased, sa.

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ATK

ATHERLEY, on a chapeau, a stork, ppr.

ATHERTON, or ATTERTON, Lane., a hawk, ppr., legged and beaked, or.

ATHERTON, Lane., a swan, az., ducally gorged and lined, or. comp.

ATHERTON of Atherton, Yorks., a demi-swan, ar., beaked, gu., enfiled with a ducal coro- net, or. comp.

ATHERTON, a swan, wings expanded, gorged with collar and lined, issuing from ducal coronet. -

ATHIL, ATHILL, and ATHYLL, Eng. and Sco., an arm, in armour, embowed, brandishing a scimitar, all ppr. .

ATHILL, Eng., an arm, in armour, embowed, hand grasping sword, all ppr.

ATHLONE, Earl of, Iri. (De Ginkell), a pair of wings, erect, ar., charged with two bars dancettee. Malo mori quam Jozdari.

comp.

ATHOL, Sco., an arm, in armour, brandishing a scimitar, ppr.

ATHOLL, Duke (Murray), a demi-savage, ppr., wreathed about head and waist, vert, in dexter a dagger, in sinister a key. Furth fortune, and Jill the fetters.

ATHORPE, a hawk, ppr.

ATHOWE of Bryseley, Norf., a bird, ar. II

ATHURTON, Eng., a swan, ar., ducally gorged and lined, or. comp.

ATHWAT, a horse's head, erm., out of a plume of five ostrich-feathers, gu.

ATHYLL, Eng., an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a sword, all ppr.

ATKIN, and ATKINS, Eng., a boat, ppr.

ATKIN, Iri., an ox yoke, stapled, or.

ATKINS, Yelverton, Norf., a demi- tiger, erm., collared and lined, or. see plate

ATKINS, Lond., an etoile.

ATKINS, Somers., two greyhounds' heads, ad- dorsed, collar dovetailed.

ATKINS, or ATKYNS, Totteridge, Herts., and Glouc., two greyhounds' heads, erased, ad- dorsed, collared and ringed. Vincunt cum legibus arma.

ATKINS of Yelverton, Norf., a demi-lion, ram- pant, armed and ducally gorged, or, -with chain affixed to coronet, pending down breast, between feet, thence over back, gold.

see plate

ATKINS of Waterpark, Cork, a pelican, vul- ning, ppr. He just, and fear not.

ATKINS, Cork, a demi-heraldic tiger, ppr., er- mine'e, ducally gorged and chained, or. Honor et virtus. comp.

ATKINSON, a lion's head, erased, ppr.

ATKINSON, Eng., a swan, wings addorsed, swallowing a fish, ppr.

ATKINSON, Newcastle, a pheon, az.

ATKINSON, or ATCHINSON, Newark and Yorks., a pheon, or.

ATKINSON of Tarbottle, Northumb., a pheon, or.

ATKINSON, Sheffield, a pheon, or. Aut homo aut nullus.

ATKINSON of Rehins, Mayo, an eagle with two heads, displayed, ar. Est pii Deum et patriam diligere, .

ATKINSON of Cangort, Iri., an eagle, with two heads, displayed, az. Deo el reyifiddis.



ATK

AUG-

ATKINSON of Angerton, Northumb., on a

mount, a pheon, az., between two roses,

stalked and leaved, ppr. Crede Deo.

comp. ATKINSON of Rampsbeck Lodge, Cumb., a

falcon, wings expanded. loo.

ATKINSON, Lond., Northumb., and Somers.,

an eagle, wings expanded, ar.

ATKINSON, Camb., a sea-lion, sejant, ar., in

dexter an escallop, or. see plate

ATKINSON, Notts., a demi-eagle, displayed, or.,

collared, sa. comp.

ATKYN, an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr.,

in gauntlet a cross forme'e, fitched, az.,

flory, or. comp.

ATKYNS of Saperton, Glouc., two greyhounds'

heads, addorsed, ar. and sa., collared and

ringed. Vincet cum legibus arma. ATKYNS, Herts., a stork, ar., beaked and

legged, gu., preying on a dragon, vert. ATLEE, two lions' heads, addorsed, collared,

ppr. .

ATLEE, and ATLEY, Suss. , two lions' heads,

addorsed, ppr.

ATLEY, on an escutcheon, ar., a pheon, az.,

comp. . ATMOEE, and ATTEMORE, Eng., a mermaid,

ppr., comb and mirror, gold. .

ATSLEY, a leopard's head, erased, or, and

ducally gorged.

ATSOE, or ATFOE, Eng., on a chapeau, a lion's

head, erased, gu.

ATTELOUND, or ATTELOUNDE, abound, couchant,

gardant, ar. .

ATTEETON, Lane., a hawk, ppr., beaked and

legged, or.

ATTEETON, Lane., a swan, ar., ducally gorged

and lined, or. comp.

ATTFIELD, an arm, embowed, throwing an

arrow, in fess.

ATTHILL of Brandiston, Norf. : (i.) Demi- griffin, segreant. Honorantes me Jionorabo.

. (.) A falcon, or, ducally gorged,

az., belled and leashed, gold. Monte de alto.

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ATTON, or ATTONE, out of a ducal coronet, two lions' paws, in saltier, sa.

ATTWOOD, a demi-lady, in dexter a pair of scales, ppr.

ATTY, on a ducal coronet, or, a fox, passant, ppr. see plate

ATTY of Penley Hall, Warwick, on a ducal coronet, an ermine, passant. Eamus quo ducit fortuna. comp. , i and

ATTYE of Ingon Grange, Warw., same crest and motto.

ATWATER, Eng., between attires of stag, fixed to scalp, or, a rose, gu. .

ATWELL, Devons., a lion, rampant, erminois, in paws an annulet. see plate

ATWOOD, an antelope's head, ppr. .

ATWOOD, IrL, an arm, in fess, in hand a cross crosslet, fitched, erect.

ATWOOD of Broomfield, Ess., trunk of tree, in fess, or, between two branches, vert, a fleur- de-lis, ar.

AT YE, or ATTYE, Eng., an ermine, passant,

PP r - -

ATYE of Newington, Middx., same crest. AUBEMAELE, Eng., an ear of wheat, bladed,

and palm-branch, in saltier, ppr. -

AUBEET, Lond., a talbot, passant, ppr., with

broken collar between fore legs, a line

affixed to collar, reflexing over back, pass- ing between hind legs. Fide et fortltudine.

AUBIN, and ST. AUBIN, on a rock, a Cornish

chough, ppr.

AUBIN, Cornw., on a rock, an eagle, rising, ar.

AUBLEY, or AUBLY, in dexter hand, a cross

pattee, fitched.

AUBEEY, Glainorgans., Bart., an eagle's head,

erased, or. Solemfero.

AUBEEY, Brecknocks., same crest. AUBEEY of Derton, Bart., Bucks., an eagle's

head.

AUBYN, ST., Soniers., a squirrel, sejant, erm.,

collared. .

AUBYN, Eng., an eagle, wings displayed, ppr.

AUCHEE, or ACHEE, of Bourne, Kent, Bart., a

bull's head, erased, gu., attired, or. AUCHER, Eng., a bull's head, erased, gu.,

horned, ar.

AUCHEE, and AUCHEEE, Eng., a bull's head,

ppr.

AUCHINLECK of that Ilk, Sco., an ear of rye,

ppr. Pretiosum quod utile.

AUCHINLECK of Balmano, Sco., two wings,

issuing, ppr. Rerum sapientia custos. AUCHMUTY, an arm, in armour, embowed,

ppr., in hand part of a spear. Dum spiro

spero. comp.

AUCHTEELONIE, Sco., an eagle, displayed, ppr.

Deus mihi acljutor.

AUCHTEELONY of Guynd, same crest. AUCHTEELONY, Sco., a lion's head, erased, sa.,

collared, or.

AUCKLAND, Baron (Eden), an arm, in armour,

embowed, ppr., in hand a garb, or. Si sit

prudentia. see plate

AUDBOEOUGH, Eng., an escallop, or, between

wings, az.

AUDELEY, Eng., a mullet of six points, or,

between wings, az. I

AUDIN, a lion, passant, or, in dexter a banner,

gu., thereon a cross, ar.

AUDIN, a lion, rampant, ar., in dexter an

ancient battle-axe.

AUDLEY of Waldon, Ess., on a chapeau, gu.,

turned up, erm., a wyvern, wings addorsed.

comp. AUDLEY, Eng., a Saracen's head, couped, ppr.,

wreathed, ar. and purp. '-

AUDLEY, or AUDLY, Eng., a martlet, sa. AUDLEY, Baron (Thicknesse-Touchet) : (i.) For

Tliicknesse, a cubit arm, erect, vested, in

hand a scythe, ppr. . (.) For

Touchct, out of a ducal coronet, or, a swan,

rising, ar., ducally gorged. Je le tiens.

AUDLEY, Boston, Line., a man's head, couped at shoulders, sa., with cap, or, turned up, erm.

AUDEY, Wilts., a stag, trippant, ppr. AUDYN, Dorchester, a lion, passant, tail ex- tended, or, bearing a banner, ar., charged with a cross, gu.

AUFFEICK, two arms, in armour, embowed, in hands a gem ring, all ppr. comp. i AUFOEUS, Eng., a mullet, or.

AUGE, Eng., a savage's head, couped, wreathed, ar. and sa.

AUO-

AUGEB of Bourne, Kent, a bull's head, erased,

gu., attired, or.

AUGHTEELONY, Eng., an eagle, displayed, ppr.

Deus mihi adjutor.

AULD, Sco., the sun rising out of a cloud, ppr.

Major virtus quam splendor. I

AULD, a lion's head, erased, ppr.

AULD, or AULDE, Sco., a cherub's head, ppr.,

wings in saltier. Virtute et constantia.

AULD, Sco., the rising sun, ppr. Major virtus

quam splendor.

AULDJO, stump of tree, leaves sprouting, all

ppr.

AUMARLE, AUMEKLE, and AMERLE, Eng., an

arrow, in pale, ppr.

AUNCELL, Eng., a lion, passant, ppr. I AUXCELL, Eng., a stag's head, affrontee, ppr.,

ducally gorged, or.

AUNDELIGH, Eng., a sceptre, in pale, or.

. II

AUNGATE, on a torteau, an etoile, or. AUNGER, Eng., an escarbuncle, or.

AUNGER, Lond., a demi- griffin, or. AUNSHAM, Eng., an escallop, or, between two

palm-bran ches, vert.

AURD, a buck's head, erased, ppr.

AURIOL, Lond. and Brussels, an'eagle, rising,

right wing erect, left close. see plate AUSTE, Eng., a garb, ppr.

AUSTEN, Tynterden, Kent, a three-quarter

spread eagle, three annulets on breast.

comp.

AUSTEN of Shalford House, Surr., on a leo- pard's head, az., a falcon, rising, or. Ne

quid nimis AUSTEN, or AUSTIN, of Bexley, Kent, Bart.,

on a mural coronet, or, a stag, sejant, ar.,

attired, gold.

AUSTIN, Eng., a lion's paw, erased, ppr.

AUSTIN, Sco., an arm, couped at shoulder, em- bowed, ppr., vested, in hand a cross crosslet,

fitched, gu.

AUSTIN, a paschal lamb, ar. I

AUSTIN, a demi-eagle, displayed, erminois, in

beak, pendant, an annulet, sa. see plate AUSTON, or AUSTIN, Sco., an arm, embowed,

vested, in hand a cross crosslet, fitched, gu.

AUSTON, Sco., a mullet, pierced.

AUSTREY, Hartington, Beds., a demi-ostrich,

ar., wings, gu. see plate

AUSTREY of Sommerton, Hunts., an ostrich

head, erased, ar., between ostrich-wings,

gu., in beak a horse-shoe.

comp. , and

AUSTYN, a buck's head, cabossed.

AUSTIN, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, or, a

stag's head at gaze, ppr. lo

AUVERQUERQUE, on a chapeau, az., turned up,

erm., a lion, rampant, gardant, or.

comp. , AUVERQUERQUE, Eng., a griffin's head, sa.

AUVRAY, France, a demi-savage, with club over

dexter shoulder, all ppr.

AVAGOUR, and AVOUGOUR, Eng. and French, a

parrot's head, between wings, ppr. . AVELIN, or EVELIN, Long Ditton, SUIT., a

demi-hind, erm., vulned in shoulder, gu. AVELINE, Windsor and Frogmore, Berks., a

AYL

lion's head, erased, ar., in mouth, in pale, a sword, ar. see plate

AVELINE, France, a griffin's head, erased, or.

AVENAYNE, or AVENAR, a buck's head, ca- bossed, ppr.

AVENEL, or AVENETT, out of a baron's coronet a hand, grasping a scimitar, ppr.

AVENEL, or AVENYLE, a buck's head, cabossed, ppr.

AVENET, or AVENETT, Eng., a torteau, gu., charged with a lion's head, erased, or.

AVENEYLE, Eng., a buck's head, cabossed, ppr.

AVERINGES, a raven, sa.

AVERN, Warw., a horse's head, erm.

AVERY, or AVEREY, Tillingly, Warw., a leo- pard, couchant, ar., bezantee, ducally gorged, or. see plate n

AVERY, Huwish, Somers., and Enfield, two lions' gambs, or, supporting a bezant.

AVERY, a leopard, couchant. II.

AVISON, a dexter hand, vested and cuffed, holding an anchor. I

AVISON, Eng., a hand, out of a cloud, holding an anchor.

AVONMORE, Viscount, Iri. (Yelverton), a lion, passant, regardant, gu. Renascentur.

AWBORN, a unicorn, passant, or, gorged with a ducal coronet, and chained, sa. - *

AWBREY, Eng., an eagle's head, erased, or.

IO. IO

AWDREY, Oxon., on a lion's gamb, ppr., a cheveron, or, charged with a mullet, sa.

- AWDRY of Seend, Wilts., out of a ducal coronet,

a lion's head, az. Nil- sine Deo.

AWDRY of Notton House, Wilts., same crest. AWGER, or ACER, Kent and Glouc., a bull's

head, erased, gu., attired, ar.

AWING, on a quatrefoil, a lion's head, ar. AWMACK, a tower, ppr. Cavendo tutus. AWNDYE, Devons., on a lion's gamb, ppr., a

cheveron, or, charged with a mullet, sa.

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AWNSAM, an escallop, or, between two palm- branches, vert. -

AYDE, Norf., a demi-lion, rampant, gardant, or, supporting a battle-axe, ar.

AYERS, a dove, wings expanded, dexter resting on a branch. see plate

AYGLE, a bugle-horn, ar. T .

AYLEMER, and AYLENER, Iri., on a ducal coronet, a sea aylet, wings displayed, sa.

AYLER, two wings, in lure.

AYLES, Eng., a dexter arm, embowed, fist clenched, ppr.

AYLESBURY : (i.) A staff, in pale, raguly, or. comp. . (.) A dragon's head, or, gorged with three bars, gu. see plate

AYLESFORD, Earl of (Heneage-Finch), a griffin, passant, sa. Aperto vivere voto.

AYLET, Ess., an arm, gu., in hand a sword. Not in vain. .

AYLETT, Braintree, Ess., a demi-unicorn, re- gardant, ar. O>

AYLEWARD, AYLWARD, and AYLWARDE, Norf., between the horns of a crescent, or, a cross patte"e, gu. -

AYLFORD, and AYLNFORD, Eng., a fire between two branches of palm, in orle.

AYL

BAG

AYLIFFE, Lond., and Brinks worth, Wilts., out of a ducal coronet, or, an oak-tree, ppr., fructed, gold.

AYLMER, Lord (Whit worth -Ay m er), Iri. : (i.) For Whitworth, out of a ducal coronet, or, a garb, gu. see plate . (.) For Aylmer, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-Cornish chough, rising, ppr. Steady and Dum spiro spero.

AYLMER, Lord AYLEND, on a ducal coronet, or, a Cornish chough, wings displayed, sa. Steady.

AYLMER, Derry House, Iri., out of a ducal coronet, a Cornish chough, rising, all ppr. Hallelujah.

AYLMER of Walworth, Durh., same crest and motto.

AYLOFFE, a bear, sejant, regardant, at stump of tree. -

AYLOFFE, Braxted Magna, Ess., and Fram- field, Suss., a demi-lion, or, collared, gu.

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AYLOFFE, Eng., a demi-lion, rampant, or. AYLWARD of Shankill, Iri., out of a ducal coronet, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, couped at shoulder, ppr., in hand an anchor, ar. Verus etfidelis semper. i.

AYL WIN, or ALWIN, Suss., a lion's gamb, erect and erased, sa., enfiled with a mural coro- net, or. comp. AYLWORTH, Eng., an arm, vested, sa., out of rays, or, in hand, ppr., a human skull, ar.

AYNCOTES, a covered cup, or, between wings,

sa.

AYNCOTTS, a squirrel, sejant, gu., collared, or.



AYNESWORTH, Lane., two battle-axes, in saltier, ppr. Courage sans peur.

AYNESWORTH, or AYNS WORTH, Eng., a falcon, wings expanded and inverted, ppr., belled, or. Courage sans peur.

AYNSCOMB, Mayfield, Suss., an arm, erect, ppr., in hand a fleur-de-lis, sa. i

AYNSCOMB, and AYNISCAMP, Suss., same crest.

AYNSLEY, Northumb., a man in armour, in dexter a sword, erect, ppr., hilted and pom- melled, or, in sinister a shield, gu., charged with a bend, ar., thereon three mullets of six points. Furth fortune, and fill the fetters, comp.

AYNWORTH, two battle-axes, in saltier, ppr.

AYPE, an antelope, passant, ar., collared, sa.

comp.

AYRE, Notts., on a ducal coronet, or, a wyvern, vert.

AYSCOUGH, Durh., an ass's head, erased, ar.

AYSCOUGH, D. D., Eng., an ass, erm.

AYSCOUGH, Newcastle, in hand a sword, enfiled with a Saracen's head, couped, wreathed, dropping blood, gu. Fac et spera.

AYSINGCOURT, or AYSYNGCOURT, Eng., an eagle's head, between wings, ppr.

AYSKEY, and AYSKEW, a man's head, affronted, couped at shoulders, ppr.

AYSON, Lond. and Ess., out of a mural coronet, ar., a griffin's head, gu., ducally gorged, or.

AYSSCOUGH, Eng., an ass, passant, ppr.

AYTON, Eng., in hand, a hawk's lure, ppr.



B

BAAD, or BAD, Sco., in dexter hand, ppr., a trident, az. I

BABB, or BABE, Dors., a dexter hand, erect, pointing with two fingers to the sun, ppr.

BABBWELL, or BABWELL, a gate, or.

I SS- I BABEHAM, or BABEHAW, Lond., a demi-man,

ppr., head wreathed, in dexter a wing, sa.,

guttle d'or.

BABER, Middx. and Somers., on a mount, vert,

a cock, wings expanded, ar.

BABINGTON, Dethickin, Oxon., and Derbs., a

demi-bat, displayed, gu.

BABINGTON, Oxon. and Derbs., a dragon's head,

erased, between wings, gu.

BABINGTON of Rotheley Temple, Leic., a

dragon's head, between wings, gu. Foy est

tout.

BABINGTON, Lodley, Leic., a fox's head, ppr.

BABINGTON, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, a

demi-eagle, displayed, ppr. In solitos docuere

nisus. .

BABTHORP, Yorks., a cockatrice's head, erased,

ar. i

BACCHE, or BACHE, Somers., a sa%*age's head, affronted, between two branches of laurel, in orle, ppr. I .

BACCHE, Stanton, a demi-lion, rampant, regard- ant, in paws a bezant .

BACHELER, Berks., a dragon's head, erased, or, vulned in neck, gu.

BACHELER, BACHELOR, and BACHELOUR, a leg, erased, above knee, ppr.

BACKHOUSE, out of a ducal coronet, an arm, in armour, brandishing a scimitar.

BACKHOUSE, on a snake, embowed, tail nowed, an eagle, displayed. Confido in Deo.

comp.

BACKIE, a sword and cross crosslet, fitch ed, in saltier, ppr. I

BACKIE, or BAIKIE, Orkney, a flame of fire, ppr. Commodum non damnum.

BACK WELL, Lond., out of a mural coronet, or, a demi-bull, sa. see plate

BACON, Hants., a tiger, sejant, gu., pierced through breast with broken spear, or, headed, ar. see plate

BACON, Twyhouse, Somers., a greyhound's head, erased, sa., in mouth a stag's foot, or.

. I

BAG





BAI

BACON, Bart., Redgrave, Suff., a boar, passant,

erm. Mediocria firma.

BACON, Gillingham, Norf., and Redgrave,

Suff., a boar, passant, erin., armed and

hoofed, or.

BACON, a boar's head, couped, or, in mouth a

griffin's head, erased, az. see plate

BACON, Hesset, Norf., a talbot's head, sa.,

erased, gu., in mouth a deer's leg, or.

see plate

BACON, Notts., on a mount, vert, a boar, sta-

tant, ar., seme"e of mullets, sa., in mouth a

ragged staff, vert. Mediocria firma.

BACON, Harlston, Norf., a demi-boar, or, armed

and bristled, az.

BACON, Newton Cup, Durh., and Stewart Pile,

Northumb., a demi-wild boar, rampant,

gardant, az., in mouth a tilting spear, ar.,

stricken in shoulder, and vulned, ppr.

BADBT, Lond., a sphinx, passant, gardant, ppr.,

wings addorsed.

BADCOCK, Kensington, Ess., a stag lodged,

gardant, between two branches of laurel, in

orle, all ppr.

BADD, Fareham, Hants., a lion's head, erased,

gardant, ar., ducally crowned, az.

BADDER, on stump of tree, in fess, couped and

eradicated, a lion, sejant.

BADDIFORD, Dartmouth, Devorite., an eagle's

head, or, crowned with a coronet flory, sa.,

between two branches of lily, ar. I

BADDIFORD, an eagle's head, or, crowned with

a cross crosslet, sa., between two branches of

thistle, ppr.

BADELET, Ess. and Suff., a boar's head and

neck, couped, ar.

BADELISMERE, or BADELSMERE, Yorks., in lion's

gamb, erased, sa., a laurel -branch, vert.

BADGER, Eng., a badger, ppr.

BADGER, a buck's head, cabossed, sa., between

attires a greyhound, current, ar., collared,

gu.

BADHAM, an eagle, displayed, with two heads,

charged on breast with a saltier.

BAETT, or BATT, a demi-lion, or, guttee-de-sang.

BAGELET, or BAGLEY, Eng., on top of spear,

issuing a wyvern, sans legs. I

BAGENHALL, Staff., a dragon's head, erased, gu.,

gorged with a bar-gemelle, or.

BAG EN HOLT, a horse, current, bridled, ppr.

BAGGE of Stradsett Hall, Norf., two wings, addorsed, or, semee of annulets, gu. Spes est in Deo.

BAGGE, on point of sword, in pale, a garland of laurel, ppr.

BAGGE, or BAGG, Plymouth, Devons., a cinque- foil, az., between wings, addorsed, dexter, gu., sinister, ar. comp. i

BAGGELEY, Chesh., a ram's head, az., attired,

ar., charged with three lozenges, gold. BAGGELEY, Chesh., a rain's head, az., attired, or - -

BAGGS, a rose, charged with a thistle, ppr.

BAGHOTT, on a ducal coronet, or, a leopard,

sejant, gardant, ppr. comp. and

BAGLEY, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand

a sword.

BAGNALL, Kent, a dragon's head, erased, gu.,

gorged with two bars, or.

BAGNALL, Staffs, and Wales, an antelope, se- jant, ar., billettee. sa., ducally gorged, lined, armed, and tufted, or.

BAGNE, and BAGUE, on a chapeau, a -pelican vulning, ppr. loo.

BAGNEL, BAGNELL, BAGNILL, or BAGNOLL, a galley, sails furled, ppr.

BAGNELL, a goat, rampant, ducally gorged, and staked to the ground. I

BAGNELL, an ancient galley, oars in action.

BAGOT, Baron Bagot, of Blithfield, Staffs., out of a ducal coronet, or, a goat's head, ar., attired, gold. Antiquum obtinens.

BAGOT of Kilcoursey, King's co., same crest and motto.

BAGOT of Pype Hall, Staffs., same crest and motto.

BAGOT of Castle Bagot co. Dublin, same crest. Pour Dieu et mon roi.

BAGSHAW, South Okendon, Ess., a bugle-horn, or. I.

BAGSHAW, Delaridge, Derb., in hand a bugle- horn, sa., stringed, vert.

comp. and I.

BAGSHAWE, out of clouds, an arm, erect, ppr., in hand a bugle-horn, sa.

BAGSHAWE of The Oaks, Sheffield, out of clouds, a dexter cubit arm, in hand, ppr., a bugle- horn, or, handle, sa., within the strings a rose, gu. Forma flos ; fama, flatus.

comp.

BAGSHOLE, and BAGSHOTE, an acorn, slipped and leaved, ppr.

BAGWELL, out of a mural coronet, a demi-bull, rampant. see plate

BAGWELL of Marlfield, IrL, out of a mural coronet, a demi-bull, all ppr. In fide et in bello fortes. see plate

BAIGHTON, a heron's head, erased, in mouth an eel, ppr. "-

BAIKIE, a flame of fire, ppr. Commodum non damnum. * !

BAIKIE, R., Edinr., and Tankerness, Orkney, a flame of fire. Commodum non damnum.

BAILEY of Aberaman, S. Wales, a griffin, se- jant, ar., seme'e of annulets, gu. Libertas. comp.

BAILEY, a cat, salient, gardant.

BAILEY, a demi-lady, in dexter a tower, in sinister a laurel-branch, vert. .

BAILLIE of Walston, a dove, volant, in mouth an olive-branch. Patior et spero.

BAILLIE of Jerviswood, a crescent, or. Major virtus quam splendor.

BAILLIE, Inshaughy, Iri., a star of eight points, or, out of a cloud, ppr. JXil clarius astris.

- BAILLIE of Balmudyside, the morning star,

ppr. Vertitur in lucem.

BAILLIE of Hoperig, East Lothian, a boar's

head, couped. Quid clarius astris ? . BAILLIE, Bart., Polkemet, Linlithgow, an etoile

of eight points, or, out of a cloud, ppr. In

caligine lucit.

BAILLIE of Douchf our, Inverness, a boar's head,

couped. Quid clarius astris ? .

BAILLIE of Lamington, Sco., a boar's head,

erased, ppr. Quid clarius astris I

and . BAILLIE of Rosehall, Sco., a cat, sejant, ppr.

Spero meliora. <

BAI

BAK

BAILLIE of Carnbrae, on point of sword, in pale, a laurel wreath. Perseverantia. .

BAILLIE of Corstorphine, a crow, ppr. Je not wanting. IO

BAILLIE, Sco., a cockatrice, wings expanded.

BAILLIE of Hardington, Sco., in hand a pen, ppr.Fides sert:ata di at.

BAILWOOD, a bull's head, couped, sa.

BAILY, out of a ducal coronet, a wy vern's head, ppr.

BAILY of Hall Place, Kent, a goat's head, erased, az., bezantee, attired, or. Vestigia nulla restrorsuin. comp.

BAIN, Northumb., in hand a scroll. Virtute.

- "BAIN, or BAINE, Eng., a lion, rampant, gu.,

between wings, or.

BAIN, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, ppr.,

in hand a dagger. Et marte, et arte. BAINBEIDGE, or BAINBEIGGE, Derb., on a

mount, vert, a goat, passant, sa., horned,

and imguled, or, collar and bell, ar. BAINBEIDGE, Eng., an arm, from shoulder, out

of the sea, in hand an anchor, corded, all

ppr. ILI

BAINBEIGG, or BAMBEIDGE, Leic., on a mount,

vert, a goat, sa., collared, ar.

BAINBEIGGE, Hill House, Derby, on a mount,

vert, a goat, sa., collared, ar.

BAINES, Peteonly, Sco., in dexter hand a dag- ger, ppr. Vel arte vel marte. BAINES, a bone and palm branch, in saltier,

ppr. .

BAINES, a wild duck among flags, ppr. BAINES, Bell Hall, York, a cubit arm, erect,

in hand a leg-bone, in bend sinister, ar.

comp. BALED, Auchmedden, Sco., a griffin's head,

erased, ppr. Dominus fecit.

BALED, Bart., of Yardleybury, Herts., and

Newbyth, East Lothian : (i.)A mameluke

on horseback, in dexter a scimitar, all ppr.

. II. (.) A boar's head, erased, or. Vi

et virtute.

BAIED of Cambusdoon, Ayr, an eagle's head,

erased. Dominus fecit.

BAIED, a cockatrice, wings addorsed, gu. BAIRD, Sco., a dove, wings expanded, ppr.

Virtute et honore.

BAIED of Saughton Hall, Sco., a boar's head,

erased, or. Vi et virtute.

BAIED, Sco., a boar's head, erased, ppr.,

charged with a crescent. BAIED of Frankfield, Sco., an eagle's head,

ppr. Vi et virtute.

BAIRD, an eagle's head, erased, ppr. Dominus

fecit.

BAIED of Craigton, Sco., a ship in full sail,

ppr. Adsit Deus non demovebor. BAIENSFATHEE, or BAENESFATHEE, Sco., a

boar's head, couped, or.

BAIESTOW, out of a crescent, a demi-eagle,

displayed. -

BAKE, a demi-man, in armour, in dexter a

sword, all ppr.

BAKEE, Bart., Nicholshayne, Devdns., a dexter

arm, embowed, vested, az., cuffed, ar., in

hand, ppr., an arrow. comp.

BAKEE, Sisinghurst, Kent, in hand a swan's

head, erased, ar.

BAKEE, Kent, an arm, embowed, vested with

green leaves, in hand, ppr., a swan's head, erased, or. comp.

BAKEE, Bart., Dunstable, Surr., a demi-lion, rampant, in paws an escallop, ar., charged with an ermine spot.

BAKER, Bart., of Ranston, Dors., and Ash- combe, Suss. : (l.) For Baker, a horse's head, erased, ar., charged on neck with a cross formee, fitched, in mouth a trefoil, slipped, vert. . (.) For Little/tales, between wings elevated, or, an arm, in armour, em- bowed, ppr., in. hand an arrow, entwined with an olive-branch, vert. Finis coronat opus.

BAKER, Chester and Shrewsbury, out of a ducal coronet, a dexter arm, embowed, vested, or, in hand, gauntleted, of the same, a tilting spear, in bend, on shaft a ring, gold, enfiled with a garland, vert.

BAKER, an ostrich-head, erased, or, in mouth a horse-shoe, ar. comp.

BAKEE, a dsmi-phoenix in flames.

BAKEE, Bart., Surr., out of an antique crown, a demi-lion, rampant, between paws an es- callop, ar., charged with an ermine spot. Fidei coticula crux. comp.

BAKER, out of a cloud, a dexter arm, in fess raising a garb, all ppr.

BAKER, a boar's head, couped, or.

BAKER, a rose-tree, vert, flowered, or.

BAKEE, Kent, and Suss., a musk-rose branch, vert, flowered, ar., seeded, or.

BAKEE, Line., and Smallborough, Norf., a demi-unicorn, erased, ar., armed and maned, or. see plate

BAKEE, in dexter hand a club.

BAKEE, Lond. and Wore., a cockatrice, erm., combed and wattled, gu.

BAKER, a tower, ar., between two laurel branches, ppr.

BAKER, Walton, Norf., a stag's head, cabossed, or, on a chapeau, az., turned up, erm.

BAKER, a naked dexter arm, embowed, in hand an arrow, ppr.

BAKEE, a naked dexter arm, in hand a purse.

-

BAKEE, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, in hand an arrow, ppr.

BAKER, Radnorshire, a hawk's head, ar., be- tween wings, gu., in beak three ears of wheat. comp.

BAKER, a greyhound's head, erased, ar., gorged with a fess, engrailed, sa., fimbriated, or, charged with three fleurs-de-lis, gold.

see plate

BAKEE, Lond. and Wore., in hand, out of clouds, ppr., a cross potent, sa. Nemo sine cruce beatus. comp.

BAKEE of West Hay, Somerset, a dexter arm, in armour, in hand, ppr., a swan's neck, or, beaked, gu. comp.

BAKEE of Crook Hall, Durh. : (i.) For Baker, a lion, rampant, ar., charged on shoulder with a saltier, az., between paws a shield, of the last, thereon a maunch, or. . (.) For Tower, a griffin, passant, dexter on a shield, sa., charged with a tower, gold. Love and dread. comp.

BAKER of Bayfordbury, Herts., a cockatrice, combed and wattled, gii., collared, az., in beak a quatrefoil, slipped, vert. So run that you may obtain. see plate

BAK

BAKER, WESTBROOK, of Cottesmore, Rutland, a greyhound's head, erased, ppr., charged with a fess, between six ears of wheat, or. Non sibi sed patrice. see plate

BAKER of Orsett Hall, Ess.: (i.) For Baker, a cockatrice, erm., combed and wattled, gu. . (.) A griffin, passant, vert.

BAKER of Hardwicke, Gloucester, a naked dexter arm, ppr., in hand a swan's head, erased, ar.

BAKER, Dur., a lion, rampant, ar.

BAKER, an ostrich-head, erased, or, in mouth a horse-shoe, ar. see plate

BAKER, Mayfield, Suss., on a tower, sa., an arm, in mail, embowed, ppr., in hand a piece of plate-iron, az. comp.

BAKER, CRESSWELL-, Northumb. : (i.) A goat's head, erased, ar., attired, or. . (.) On a mount, vert, a torteau, charged with a squirrel, sejant, ar.

BALAM, Norf. and Suff., a lion's head, erased, gu., collared and lined, or, charged on neck with a cinquefoil, ar. comp. plate

BALAM, Walstoken, Norf., and Barton, Suff., out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-cock, gu., wings displayed. I

BALASYSE, a lion, couchant, gardant, or.

BALBERNET, Sco., a stag, lodged, ppr.

BALCARRES, Earl of, Sco. (Lindsay), a tent, az., sem^e of stars, or, canopy and fringes of the same, on top a pennon, gu. Astra, castra; numen, lumen, munimen.

BALCOMBE, Kent, a bear, passant, ppr., collared and chained, or. Tenebo.

BALDBERNEY, or BALBIRNEY, Sco., a steel cap, ppr. i

BALDERNEY, on a mount, a stag lodged. So.

BALDERSTON, or BALDERSTONES, Sco., in hand a lancet, ppr. Vulnere sano.

BALDERSTONE, Sco., out of a cloud, a dexter arm, in fess, ppr., in hand a cross pattee, fitched, az.

BALDOCK, Petham, Kent, on a mount, vert, a greyhound, sejant, dexter resting on an escallop, ar. .

BALDOCK, Cauleston, Norf., an eagle, close, gazing at the sun.

BALDRIE, or BALDRY, a trefoil, slipped, vert.

' - BALDRY, out of a gillyflower, gu., a demi-man,

habited.

BALDWID, a squirrel, sejant, or.

BALDWIN, a squirrel, sejant, or, holding a

sprig of hazel, vert.

BALDWIN, Diddlebery, Warw., on a mount,

vert, a cockatrice, ar., beaked, combed,

and wattled, or, ducally gorged and lined.

BALDWIN, Stede Hill, Kent, a lion, rampant, az., in paws a cross crosslet, fitched, or.

comp. , and .

BALDWIN of Clohina, Iri., a dove, in mouth an olive-branch, ppr. Est voluntas Dei.

.

BALE, Carleton-Curlew, Leic., a demi-lion, gu.,

supporting a broken spear, or. see plate

BALES, NORTON, Northamp., a lion, sejant, gu.,

resting dexter on a cross patt
comp.

BALES, WILBY, Suff., a tiger's head, erased, sa., urmed, or, gorged with a fess, wavy, az.

zomp.

BAL

BALES, WILBY, Suff., on a mount, vert, a lion, sejant, erm.

BALFOUR, Bart., Denmilne, Fife, a crescent, or. God gives increase.

BALFOUR of Randerston, a crescent.

BALFOUR of Pilrig, Sco., in dexter hand an ivy-branch, ppr. Adsit Dens.

BALFOUR of Dunbog, a mermaid, ppr., in dex- ter a boar's head, erased, sa. Omne solum forti patria.

BALFOUR of Balfour Castle, Orkney, a dexter arm, ppr., couped, in hand a baton, ar. Forward. I.

BALFOUR of Balbirnie, Fife, a palm-tree, ppr. Virtus ad cethera tendit. I

BALFOUR of Whittinghame, Sco., same crest and motto.

BALFOUR of Townley Hall, Iri., on a perch, or, a hawk, close, ppr., beaked and belled, gold, round neck a ribbon, gu. Cmne solum forti patria.

BALFOUR of Forret, an eagle, rising, ppr. Dieu aidant. IO

BALFOUR, Sco., a heraldic tiger, passant, sa.

. II

BALFOUR, Sco., in hand, in armour, a trun- cheon, ppr. Forward.

BALFOUR of Grange, on battlements of castle, ar., a woman standing attired, gu., in dex- ter an otter's head. Nil temere.

BALFOUR, Lord, of Burleigh, a woman stand- ing on a rock, in dexter an otter's head, in sinister a swan's head. Omne solum forti patria.

BALFOUR of Balmouth, an otter's head, couped. Forward, non temere.

BALGUY of Duffield, Derby, a bear, passant, ppr., collared and chained, or. II

BALIOL, Sco., a decrescent and increscent, ar.

-

BALL, Northamp., out of clouds, ppr., a demi- lion, rampant, sa., powdered with etoiles, ar., holding a globe, or. see plate

BALL, Bart., Blofield, Norf., out of a naval coronet, a cubit arm erect, in naval uniform, in hand a grenade bursting, ppr. BALL, a deini-lion, rampant, in paws a ball.

-

BALL, Chesh., out of a ducal coronet, an arm,

in armour, embowed, in hand a fire-ball, all

ppr. comp. i. , and .

BALL, Lane., a turtle-dove, ppr. n

BALL, an arm, erect, or, in hand a fire-ball, all

PP r - -

BALL, Lond., a caltrap, az., embrued.

BALL of Scotto, Norf., a demi-lion, rampant, gardant, sa.

BALLANTYNE of Holylee, Sco., a demi-griffin, in dexter a sword, erect, ppr. Nee cito, nee tarde.

BALLANTYNE, Sco., a demi-griffin, wings ex- panded.

BALLARD, a demi-griffin, wings addorsed, erm., beaked and legged, or.

BALLARD, a griffin's head, erased, erm.

BALLARD, a griffin's head, between wings, erm., beaked, gu.

BALLARD, or BALLORD, Heref., a demi-griffin, supporting a broken tilting spear, ppr.

see plate

BALLENDEN of Broughton, a hart's head,

BAL,

BAN

couped, ppr., between attires a cross cross- let, fitched, gold. Sic itur ad astra.

BALLENGER, a dragon's head, wings addorsed, ppr.

BALLENTINE, a demi-griffin, sa., wings addorsed, erm., in dexter a sword, erect, ar., hilt and pommel, or.

BALLETT, Hatfield, Ess., out of a mural coro- net, or, a demi-eagle, displayed, sa.

BALLOW, Westminster, two arms, embowed,

vested, sa., cuffed, turned up, ar., in hands,

ppr., conjoined, an etoile of eight points, or.

comp.

BALL WARD, and BALVAIRD, in dexter hand a hunting horn.

BALM, and BALME, a hat, turned up, with three ostrich-feathers, ar. II

BALMANNO of Affleck, Sco., in dexter hand a scimitar, ppr. Fortiter.

BALMANNO, or BALMANO, Sco., an eagle, dis- played, gu., in each claw a sword, ppr. ii

BALNAVES of Carnbody, in dexter hand a ball, ppr. Hinc oriyo.

BALNAVES, or BALNEA VES, in dexter hand a ball, sa. FoHitudine et velocitate.

BALSCOTT, on a ducal coronet, or, a lion, pas- sant, gardant, ar. comp. and

BALSILLIE, Sco., in dexter hand, ppr., a cross cross! et, fitched, gu. .

BALTREY, out of a mural coronet, or, a goat's head, erased. comp.

BAMBELL, out of a ducal coronet, or, a pelican vulning, sa. comp.

BAMBROUGH, Rendlesham, Suff., a skull-cap, ar. i

BAMBURY, Eng., a skull-cap, ar. i

BAMFIELD, or BAMFYLDE, a lion's head, erased, sa., crowned, or.

BAMFIELD, or BAUMFIELD, a lion's head, erased, sa., ducally crowned, gu., charged on neck with an annulet, or. comp.

BAMFIELD, Cornw. and Devons, a lion, sta- tant, gardant, in dexter an anchor.

BAMFORD of Bamford, Dcrbs., on a chapeau, a serpent, no wed. in.

BAMFORD, BAUMFORD, or BAUNFORD, Staffs., a lion's head, erased, ppr.

BAMME, or BAUM, out of a ducal coronet, a griffin's head, in beak a key, ppr. I

BAMPFYLDE, Bart., Poltimore, Devons., a lion's head, erased, sa., ducally crowned, or. De- lectare in domino. comp.

BANARD, or BANYARD, Stakey, Norf., on a lion's gamb, erased, sa., a martlet, or.

comp. plates and

BANBURY, or BANDBURY, Oxon., a falcon, re- gardant, in dexter a garland of laurel, all ppr.

BANCE, Lond., and Callow, Berks., out of a ducal coronet, or, in lion's paw, a cross crosslet, fitched, sa.

BANCROFT, Lond., a garb, between wings ex- panded, or.

BAND of Wook^y House, Somers., an eagle, or. Dieu est mon aide.

BAND, Ess., on a chapeau, an owl, ppr., wings expanded, or.

BANDENELL, Netherbury, a griffin, statant, ppr.

BANDON, Earl of. See BERNARD.

BANESTER, or BANASTER, Lane., a peacock in pride, body and wings, or, tail, ppr. i

BANESTER, a crab, erect.

BANESTER, a lobster, or.

BANESTER, Surr, , a peacock, ppr.

BANESTER, Leic. and Staffs., a peacock sitting, ppr., collared, gu., charged with three be- zants.

BANGER, a greyhound's head, erased.

BANGOR, Viscount, Iri., a Saracen's head, affrontee, couped, ppr. Sub cruce solus.

BANISTER, a torteau, gu.

BANKE, or BANCK, Lond. and Yorks., on stump of tree, a stork, all ppr. .

BANKE, or BANCKES, Glouc. and Lane., a grif- fin, segreant, ar., holding a cross formee, fitched, gu. see plate

BANKES, Lond. and Middx., a man's head, couped at shoulders, sa., on head a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm.

BANKES of Kingston Lucy, Dors., a rnoor's head, affrontee, couped at shoulders, ppr., on head a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., adorned with a crescent, whence issues a fleur-de-lis. comp.

BANKS, Yorks., an eagle's head, erased, sa., between two fleurs-de-lis, ar.

BANKES of Winstanley, Wigan, on stump of tree, a stork, statant, ppr., ducally gorged, gu.

BANKS, W. L., Hendrewaelod, Conway, a dragon's head, erased, ar. JRipa caret taci- twna ventis.

BANKS, Re vesby -Abbey, Line., on stump of oak-tree, couped, sprouting, a stork, ar., beaked, or. Nullius in verba. ii

BANKS, Yorks., on a mount, vert, a dragon, rampant, ar., supporting a cross pattee, or.

see plate

BANKS, Yorks., an eagle's head, couped, ar.

BANKS, Middx., a blackamoor's head, affrontee,

couped at shoulders, ppr., in ears, ear-rings,

or, on head, a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm.

comp.

BANKS, Dors., a blackamoor's head, affrontee, couped at shoulders, ppr., in ears, ear-rings, or, on head, a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., charged with a crescent, issuing therefrom, a fleur-de-lis, or. comp.

BANKS, Aylesford, Kent, a dragon's head, erased, ar.

BANKS, Lond., an arm, in armour, embowed, ar., garnished, or, out of clouds, ppr., in hand, a falchion, ar., hilt and pommel, or, on falchion, a chaplet, vert. comp. .

BANNATYNE, Sco., a demi-griffin.

BANNATYNE of Corhouse, a demi-griffin, in dexter a sword, erect, all ppr. Nee cito, nee tarde.

BANNATYNE of Kames, same crest and motto.

BANNATYNE of Newhall, a demi-griffin, in dex- ter a sword. Dum spiro spero.

BANNATYNE, Sco., a griffin's head, erased.

BANNER, Lond., an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a banner, gu., fringe and staff, ar., charged with a fleur-de-lis, or.

comp. .

BANNER, Lond., a demi-wolf, ppr., ducally gorged and chained, or, between paws a mullet of six points, gold.

BANNERMAN, Bart., Sco., a demi-man, in ar-

BAN

mour, dexter grasping a sword, all ppr. Pro

patria. IO

BANNERMAN, Elsick, Sco., same crest. BANNERMAN, Edinr., same crest and motto. BANNESTEE, and BANNISTER, an arm, in armour,

couped, in fess, in hand a scimitar, ar., in

pale, enfiled with a boar's head, couped, ppr.

comp.

BANNING, Lond., an ostrich, ar., in mouth a

key, or. see plate

BANTRY, Earl of (White), Iri., an ostrich, ar.,

beaked and legged, or. The noblest motive

is the public good. see plate

BANWORTH, on a ducal coronet, a griffin,

seiant, resting dexter on an escutcheon.

BAPTISTA, out of a ducal coronet, or, a

dragon's head, vert, in flames of fire, ppr.

BAPTIST, BROWNE-, a dragon's head between

wings, s., gorged with a bar gemelle, or.

comp. BARATTT, an eagle, regardant, wings expanded,

in dexter a sword.

BARBAN, or BARBON, a leopard's head and

neck, ppr.

BARBE, ST., Lymington, Hants., a wyvern, sa.

- BARBER, Sco., in dexter hand a cross crosslet,

fitched, gu. .

BARBER, Sco., in dexter hand a cross pattee,

fitched, gu.

BARBER, Herts., out of a ducal coronet, or, a

bull's head. .

BARBER, out of a ducal coronet, a bull's head,

gu.

BARBER, Suff., out of a ducal coronet, gu., a

bull's head, ar. BARBERIE, or BARBERRIE, in dexter hand an

arrow, point downward Suivez-raison.

BARBON, Lond., a leopard's head, issuing, ar.,

spotted, sa.

BARBOR, on a staff raguly, in fess, an eagle,

displayed, with two heads, az., ducally

crowned, or.

comp. , and . II and BARBOUR, a passion cross on three grieces, gu.

Nihilo nisi cruce.

BARBY, Devons. and Northamp., a heraldic

tiger, statant, ar., attired with four horns,

turned round like those of a ram, or. BARCLAY, Bart., of Pierston, a sword, in pale,

ar., hilt and pommel, or. Crux Christi nos-

tra corona.

BARCLAY, Lond., same crest and motto. BARCLAY, Sco., a dove, in mouth an olive- branch, ppr. Ccdant arma. BARCLAY, Sco., in hand a dagger, ppr. Crux

Christi nostra corona.

BARCLAY, an arm, em bo wed, in hand three

ears of wheat, all ppr. II

BARCLAY, a demi-griffin, regardant, az., sup- porting a flag, erect, charged with a crescent.

. i BARCLAY of Johnston, Sco., the sun out of a

cloud, ppr. iServabit me semper Jehovah.

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BARCLAY, Sco., a mitre, ppr. In cruce spero.

BARCLAY of Bury Hill, Dorking, same crest and motto.

BAB

BARCLAY, ALLARDICE, of Allardice, Kincar- dine. For Allardice, in hand a scimitar, all ppr. In the defence of the distressed.

BARCLAY of Wavertree, a cross pattee, gu., surmounted by a Moorish crown, or. Mieux etre que parottre. comp.

BARCLAY, Burford Lodge, Surr., same crest.

BARCLAY of Touch, Sco., a cross pattee, gu. Crux salutim confert.

BARCLAY, Balmakenan, Sco., a cross pattee, gu. Sola cruce solus.

BARCROFT, Wore. , a wolf, rampant, gu.

BARD, Caversfield, Bucks., in lion's gamb, couped and erect, or, a horse's leg, erased, sa.

BARDOLFE, or BARDOLPH, out of a ducal coro- net, or, a dragon's head, wings expanded, gu.

BARDOLPH, Lond., out of mural coronet, gu., a dragon's head, between wings, each charged with a mascle, ar. comp.

BARDWELL, an arm, in armour, in hand a broken spear, pieces in saltier.

BARE, Iri., a wolf's head, sa.

BARENTINE, or BARRENTINE, an eagle, display- ed, ar., between attires and over scalp of a stag, or. see plate

BARETT, a demi-leopard, gardant, ppr.

see plate

BAREU, or BAREW, a holly-branch, vert.

BARFOOT, or .BARFORD, out of a ducal coronet, an arm from elbow, in armour, hand grasp- ing a sword, in bend sinister, ppr.

see plate

BARFOOT, Eng., a stag, statant, gorged with a ducal coronet. comp.

BARFORD, or BERFORD, Huts., a bear, passant, sa., without chain.

BARGRAVE, or BARGROVE, Kent, on a mount, vert, a pheon, gu., between two laurel- branches, of the first.

BARHAM, Baron (Noel), a buck at gaze, ar., attired, or. Tout bien ou ricn. Si.

BARHAM, or BRAHAM, Suff. and Surr., a wolf's head, ar.

BARHAM, Staines, Middx., a stork among bul- rushes, all ppr. .

BARING, Bart., Devons., a mullet, between wings, ar. I

BARING, Eng., a dexter arm, in armour, in hand a caltrap, all ppr. .

BARING, Baron, Ashburton. See ASHBURTON.

BARKAS, or BARCAS, an arm, in hand a roll of bark, ppr. Fari quce sentiat.

BARKE, an arm, from shoulder, in hand a spade, ppr.

BARKELEY, Somers., a unicorn, statant, gu., armed, or. comp.

BARKELEY, a mitre, gu., charged with a cheve- ron, between ten crosses formee, ar.

comp.

BARKELEY, Okenbury, Cornw., on a mo\mt, vert, a stag, lodged, ppr.

BARKEMAN, Lond., two arms, in armour, em- bowed, or, between hands a bundle of arrows, ar., banded, gu.

BARKER, Bart., Booking Hall, Ess., a bear, sejant, or, collared, sa.

BARKER, Ipswich, Suff., same crest.

BARKER of Kilcooly, Iri. : .(i.) For Barker, a bear, sejant, or, collared, sa. comp. . (.) For Ponsonby, in a ducal coronet, az..

BAB





BAB

three arrows, one in pale and two in saltier, points downward, enveloped with a snake, ppr. in.

BARKER, RAYMOND-, of Fairf ord Park, Glouc. : ( I.) For Barker, on a rock, ar., a hawk, close, or, , II. (.) Out of a mural coronet, a deini-eagle, displayed. Virtus tutissima cas- sis.

BARKER, Newbury, a bear's head, erased, muzzled, between wings, dexter, az., sinis- ter, gold.

BARKER, a bear's head, sa., muzzled, or.

BARKER, Wollerton, Salop, on a rock, ar., a hawk, close, or.

BARKER, Hurst., Berks., and Warw., a naked boy, ppr., holding an arrow. I

BARKER, Berks., a naked man, holding a spear, in pale, ppr.

BARKER, Berks., a demi-moor, ppr., in dexter an arrow, or, on sinister arm a shield, gold, over his shoulder a sash, gu. comp.

BARKER, Chelsum, Bucks., a turtle-dove, ppr., in mouth a rose, gu. see plate

BARKER, Ipswich, a greyhound, sejant, ar., collared and ringed, or.

BARKER, Bockenhall, Ess., an ostrich-head, erased, or, in mouth a horse-shoe, ar.

comp. .

BARKER, Middx., Kent, and Surr., out of a ducal coronet, or, an eagle, displayed, sa., beaked and legged, gu.

BARKER, Norf., a bear's head, erased, gu., muzzled, or.

BARKER, Holbeach, Norf., out of a ducal coro- net, or, a griffin's head, ppr.

BARKES WORTH, or BARKS WORTH, Yorks., out of a ducal coronet, two arms, vested, em- bowed, in each hand an ostrich-feather.

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BARKHAM, an arm, in a maunch, embowed, in fess.

BARKHAM, Lond., two arms, in armour, em- bowed, ppr., in hands a sheaf of arrows.

BARKSTEADE, Lond., out of a ducal coronet, or, an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., grasping a sword, ar., hilt and pommel, gold. comp. i.

BARLANDE. a ! ; .cr?, rampant, gu., supporting a garD, ppr.

BARLAY, or BARLEY, a boar's head, or, tusked, az., charged on breast with a mullet.

BARLEY, Lond., a dexter arm, vested, charged with a fess vair, cottised, cuff, ar., in hand a staff. i.

BARLEY, a demi-stag, charged with three bars wavy. comp.

BARLEY, Derbs., a boar's head, erased, or, in mouth a quatrefoil, az. comp.

BARLING, Kent, a lion rampant, gu., support- ing a garb, ppr. Perspicax audax.

BARLOSS, a cock, or, combed, legged, and wat- tled, gu.

BARLOW, Sheffield, on Mercury's cap, or, wings, ar., an eagle's head, erased, ppr., collared, erm.

BARLOW, a spread eagle's head, couped at neck, ppr. see plate

BARLOW, Slebege, Pembroke, a demi-lion, ar., in dexter a cross crosslet, fitched, sa.

BARLOW ? Eng.. same crest.

BARLOW, a derni-lion, rampant, gardant, ar.,

collared, gu., thereon three bezants, between

paws a cross incline, gu., charged with a

bezant. BARLOW, an eagle's head, erased, ppr., in

beak an escallop. comp.

BARLOW, Somers., two eagle's heads, erased,

ar. i

BARNABY, a demi-moor, ppr., in dexter a rose,

gu. comp.

BARNABY, a boar's head, erased.

BARNABY, Wore., a lion, sejant, sa. - BARNABY, a lion, couchaut, gardant, sa. BARNABY, a demi-greyhound, gu., between

paws a branch of laurel, ppr. see plate BARNABY, Colchester, Ess., a demi-greyhound,

gu., collared and ringed, ar., holding a

branch of laurel, vert.

BARNABY, Wore., an escallop, sa. i

BARNABY, Salop, a leopard, couchant, sa.

II.

BARNACK, or BARNARE, a bear's head, sa., muzzled, or, between wings, gold.

BARNARD, Norf. and* Yorks., a demi-lion, rampant, ar., charged on shoulder with a mullet within an annulet, in paws a snake, entwined, az.

BARNARD of Cave Castle, Yorks.: (i.) For Bartiard, a bear, rum pant, sa., muzzled, or. . (.) For Boldero, a greyhound, cur- rent. .

BARNARD of Bartlow, Carnb., a demi-bear, rampant, sa., muzzled, or.

BARNARD, Yorks., same crest.

BARNARD, Lond., out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-bear, rampant, sa., muzzled, or. I

BARNARD, Line., a dragon's head, erased, ar., collared and lined, or, gorged with three bars, gu. cemp.

BARNARD, Lond., an escallop, ar. i

BARNARDISTON of The Ryes, Sudbury, an ass's head, ar.

BARNARDISTON, Kiddington, Suff., an ass's head, ar. Je trouve bien.

BARNARDISTON, Great Cotes, Line., among rushes, ppr., a stork, or. .

BARNEY, Yorks., a bear's head, couped, sa., muzzled, or.

BARNE of Dunwich, Suff , an eagle, displayed, sa. Nee timide, nee temere.

BARNE, Lond., out of a ducal coronet, on a mount, vert, a stag, statant, ppr.

BARNEBY of Brockhampton, Heref., a lion, couchant, gardant, sa. Virtute non vi.

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BARNEBY, Heref., a lion, couchant, gardant, purfled, or. -

BARNELL-PEGGE : (i.) For JSamett, a lion's garnb, erect and erased, sa., in paw a bunch of violets, ppr. comp. i. (.) For Pegye, the sun in splendour, rays, alter- nately, sa., or, and ar.

BARNES, Berks., a demi-unicorn, erm., horned, collared, or.

BARNES, a demi-lion, or.

BARNES, a demi-greyhound, ppr., in paws a garb. or. see plate

BARNES, out of a cloud, ppr., issuing rays, an arm erect, vested, in hand a broken sword, ar. -

BARNES, Lond., in rushes, ppr.. a duck, ar.



BAB

BAB

BARNES, a falcon, wings expanded, ar., ducally

gorged, beaked, and legged, or.

BAKNES, Herts, and Lane., an etoile, pierced,

or .

BARNES, Kent, on a mount, vert, a falcon,

wings expanded, ar., ducally gorged. BARNES, Cambs., a leopard, passant, ar.,

spotted, sa., collared and lined, or.

comp. and BARNES, Eng., a demi-savage, wreathed about

head and middle, holding a club, all ppr.

i. BARNESDALE, out of rays, or, a crane's head,

ar., beaked, gu. comp.

BARNESFATHEH, Sco., a boar's head, couped.

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BARNESLEY, Staffs, and Surr., an old man's head, affrontee, couped at breast, ppr.

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BARNET, a holly-branch, ppr.

BARNETT, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-

bear, rampant, ar., muzzled, sa. I

BARNETT of Stratton Park, Biggleswade,

Beds., a trefoil.

BARNEVELT, a demi-buck, gu.

BARNEWALL, Viscount, Iri., from a plume of

ostrich-feathers, or, gu., az., vert, and ar., a

falcon, rising, of the last. Mafo mori quam

fcedari.

BARNAWELL, Baron Trimlestown, Iri., same

crest and motto.

BARNEWELL, or BARNAWELLE, Stamford, Line.,

and Cranesley, Northamp., a boar's head,

. erased, ar., gorged with a collar, embattled,

gu., charged with three bezants, in front a

double ring, or. see plate

BARNEWELL, Iri., an arm, from elbow, vested,

in hand two branches of laurel, in orle, with

martlet perched between.

BARNEWELL, a wolf's head, erased, gorged with

three bezants, in front a double ring, or.

comp.

BARNEY, or BEENEY, Norf., a garb, or. BARNEY, in hand, in armour, a pheon, ppr.

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BARNEY, Park Hall, Norf., a plume of seven feathers, az. and gu., four at bottom, three at top. comp. .

BARNFIELD, Salop and Devons., a lion's head, erased, sa., ducally crowned, gu. comp.

BARNHAM, a crescent, gu., between two branches of laurel, in orle, ppr. comp.

BARNHAM, Kent, a dragon's head, pellettee, ar., between wings, bezant^e, sa. comp.

BARNS, a garb, or. Peace and plenty.

BARNS, a torteau, sa.

BARNSLEY, a dragon, passant, ar., charged on breast with a rose, gu. comp.

BARNWELL of Mileham Hall, Norf., a wolf's head, erased, ar., gorged with collar, em- battled, gu., studded, or, chained, gold. Loyal au mort. comp.

BARNWELL, a wolf, statant, regardant, ppr.

. II

BAROBY, a squirrel, sejant, gu., cracking a nut, ppr., charged on body with a cheveron, or. comp. II

BARON, a demi-lion, rampant, ppr.

BARON, a demi-unicorn, erm., armed, sa., collared and chained, or. see plate

BARON of Brad well, Ess., a garb, vert, eared, or.

BARON of Preston, Sco., a demi-eagle, displayed sa. Ipse amicus.

BARON, Cornw., a talbot's head, couped, or.

BARON, or BARRON, Sco., on a mount, vert, a pyramid, ppr., environed with ivy.

BARONSDALE, Lond., out of an antique crown, or, a stork's head, ar., beaked, gu.

BAROUGH, or BARROW, a lion, passant, az., resting dexter on a ball, or. comp.

BARR, a branch of laurel, fructed, ppr.

BARR, a lion's head, erased, gu., collared, or. Fortitudine.

BARR, an arm, couped at shoulder, embowed, in hand a bow, ppr.

BARR, a demi-savage, head and loins wreathed, without club.

BARRAT, or BARRATT, a galley, oars, in saltier, sa., flags, gu.

BARRATT, and BARRETT, a wyvern, ppr., collared, gu., chained, or. see plate

BARRE, or BARREY, an arm, in armour, couped at elbow, in fess, in hand a sword, in pale, ensigned with a Saracen's head, affrontee. comp.

BARREL, or BARRELL, a talbot's head, couped, ar., eared, gu. .

BARRET, a demi-unicorn, ar., collared, sa.

BARRETT, Castle Barrett, Cork, a human heart, or, between wings, az., senile of etoiles.

comp. II

BARRETT, Aveley, Ess., a hydra with seven heads, wings addorsed, vert.

BARRETT, on a globe, a hawk, wings expanded, ppr.

BARRETT, Cambs., a griffin, segreant, re- gardant, or, beaked, legged, and winged, gu. see plate

BARRETT, Suff., a helmet, ar., garnished and plumed with feathers, or. .

BARRETT, Attleborough, Norf., a wyvern, erm., collared and chained, sa., charged on neck with an escallop, of the last, wings displayed.

see plate

BARRETT of Milton House, Berks., a wyvern, wings erect, or, collared and chained, az. Honor, virtus, probitas. see plate

BARRETT, Suff., a demi-greyhound, ar., collared and lined, sa.

BARRETT, Heref., a lion, rampant, or, between paws an escallop, sa. comp. and .

BARRETT, Lea Priory, Kent, a lion, couchant, ar., dexter resting on mullet, sa.

see plate

BARRETT, Shortney, Notts., a nag's head, erased, gorged with two bars, ar. see plate

BARRETT, Warw., a griffin, segreant, regard- ant, gu., wings elevated, or. see plate

BARRETTO, Lond., out of a count's coronet, a demi-tiger, ppr., collared, with three barru- lets, and holding a star pagoda, also ppr.

BARRIE, Sco., a demi-otter, sa.

BARRIFFE. See BERIFFE.

BARRIFF, Northamp., on a mount, vert, a beaver, passant, ppr., gorged with a plain collar and ring, or.

BARRINGTON, Barrington Hall, Ess., a capu- chin friar, affrontde, ppr., couped below shoulders, on head a cap, or. Tout uny durant ma vie.

BARRINGTON, Viscount, Iri. (Barrington), a capuchin friar, couped at breast, black hair,

BAR

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on head a cap, hanging behind. Ifonesta

quam splendida.

BABEINGTON, Ess., same crest and motto. BABBITT, a talbot's head, collared, or, eared,

sa.

BABBON, Norf., a garb, ppr.

BABBON, an eagle, regardant, wings expanded,

in dexter a sword, all ppr.

BABBON of Belmont House, Kilkenny, and

Glenanra, Waterford, Iri., a boar, passant,

az. Fortuna audaces juvat.

BABEON of Glen view, co. Waterford, on a cha-

peau, ppr., a boar, passant, az. Audaces

fortuna juvat.

BABEOTT, a hydra with seven heads, wings

addorsed, vert, scaled, or.

BABBOW, Northamp., a demi-boar, rampant,

or, charged with three billets, between two

bendlets, sa. comp.

BAEBOW, Suff., a hind's head, ar.

BAEEOW, a horse's head, charged with three

bezants, or. comp.

BABBOW, Bart., Lane., on a mount, vert, a

squirrel, sejant, cracking a nut, all ppr.,

charged on shoulder with an anchor.

see plate BABEOW, Cambs., an ostrich-head, erased, ar.,

in beak a key, or. see plate

BAEBOW, Glouc., an Amazonian woman, ppr. BABEOW, Winthorpe, Norf., a deer's head,

couped, ar.

BAEBOW of Southwell, Line., on a perch, ppr.,

a squirrel, sejant, or, qollared and chained,

cracking a nut, all ppr. Non frustra.

see plate BABBOWE, a demi-lion, rampant, ar., in dexter

a cross crosslet, fitched, sa.

BAEBOWMAN, Sco., a demi-huntsman, shooting,

ppr. .

BABET, Earl, out of a castle, ar., a wolf's head,

sa. Poussez en avant. comp. and . BAEBT of Ballyclough, Iri., same crest. Boutez

en avant. BAEEY, SMITH-, of Marbury Hall, Chesh., same

crest and motto.

BAEBT, Bart., Iri., same crest and motto. BABBT, STANDISH-, of Lemlara, Cork, same

crest and motto.

BAEEY, a lion's head, erased, gu., collared, or. . Fortitudine.

BABBY, Winscot, Devons., a wolf's head,

erased, sa.

BABBY, Devons., a wolf's head, sa., charged

with a crescent, or. BAEEY of Roclaveston, Notts., the embattle-

ment of a tower, gu., charged with three

roses, in fess, ar. A rege et victoria, see plate BABSANE, or BAETANE, a raven, rising, ppr.

His securitas.

BAESHAM, Norf., a garb, in fess.

BAESTOW, Yorks., a horse's head, couped, ar.

BAESTOW, C. M., Edinr., a horse's head, couped.

Ducitur non trakitur.

BAETAN, BABTANE, or BAETAIN, Sco., a tent,

az., flag, gu.

BAETELOTT, a peacock, ar.

BAETELOTT, SMYTH- Suss., a swan, couchant,

ar., wings expanded.

BAETLET, or BAETLETT, Stopham, Suss., and

Suff., a swan, couchant, ar., wings expanded

and addorsed.

BAETLET, Lond., out of a ducal coronet, or,

twodemi-dragons, without wings, vert. BABTLETT, Kent, out of a ducal coronet, or,

two demi - dragons, without wings, vert.

Prudentia in adversis .

BAETLEY, a lion, passant, tail extended, ppr.

BAETLEY, Lond., a lion, passant, tail extended,

ppr. Candide et secure.

BAETOLOMEW, or BAETHOLEMEW, a demi-goat,

ar., gorged with a chaplet of laurel, vert.

comp.

BABTON, Kent, an owl, ppr.

BAETON,Lanc.,an acorn, or, leaved, vert. BAETON, a wolf's head, erased, or.

BABTON of Barton, Lane., a boar's head, couped,

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BAETON, Swithills, Manchester, an oak-branch, vert, acorned, or.

BAETON, Sco. See BAETAN.

BAETON, a dragon's head, couped, or.

BABTON of Threxton, Norf., a griffin's head, erased, ppr. Fortis est veritas.

BABTON, Norf., a dragon's head, couped, or.

BABTON of Stapleton Park, an acorn, or, leaved, vert. Cresitur cultu.

BAETON of Grove, Iri., a boar's head, gu. Quod cro spero.

BABTON of Clonelly, Iri., same crest and motto.

BABTON of Rochestown, Cahir, same crest and motto.

BAETON of Glendalough, Iri., same crest. Fide et fortitudine.

BAETON, Edinr., a raven, rising, sa. His secu- ritas.

BAETEAM, Cumb., an arm, embowed, in hand a scimitar, all ppr.

BAETBAM, Sco., out of an antique crown, or, a ram's head, ar. J'avance. - r

BABTTELOT of Stopham House, Suss. : (i.) A swan, couched, ar., wings expanded and ad- dorsed, . (. ) A castle, ppr. Mature.

BAEWELL, a talbot, passant.

BABWELL, a demi-wolf, salient, erm.

BABWELL, a demi-lady, in dexter a garland of laurel, ppr. n

BAB WICK, Northumb., on a mount, vert, a stag, or, attired, sa.

BAEWICKE, Ess., an escarbuncle, centre, az., rays, ar.

BABWIS, Yorks., a bear, muzzled. Bear and forbear.

BABWIS, Langrigg, Cumb., a bear, muzzled. Bear and forbear.

BABWIS, Cumb., a hand, cutting an ostrich- feather with scimitar.

BAEZEY, Shrewsbury, a squirrel, sejant, ppr., cracking a nut, or.

BASCEILLY, a torteau, gu., charged with a pale, indented, or.

BASHE, Herts, and Heref., a griffin, segreant, in beak a broken spear.

BASIEB, or BASIEE, in hand, ppr., a buckle, or.

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BASKENFOBD, a sword and ear of wheat, bladed, in saltier, all ppr. Armis et dili- gentia.

BASKEBNILL, or BASKIENELL, a lion's head, erased, thrust through with an arrow, but only one arrow.

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BASKERVILE, Heref. and Warw., a lion's head, pierced through mouth with a spear.

BASKERVILLE, Wilts., a wolf's head, erased, or, in mouth a broken spear, gold headed, ppr., embrued, gu. see plate

BASKERVILLE, Heref. and Warw., a wolf's head, erased, ar., in mouth an arrow, the feathers upward. see plate

BASKERVILLE, Chesh., a forester, vested, vert, edgings, or, over dexter shoulder a cross- bow, gold, in other hand, in leash, a hound, passant, ar.

BASKERVILLE, MYNORS-,of Clyrow Court, Rad- nor, a wolf's head, erased, ar., in mouth a broken spear, staff, or, head, embrued, gu. Spero ut Jidelis. see plate

BASKERVILLE of Woolley House, Wilts., and Crowsley Park, Henley-on-Thames, same crest and motto.

BASKETT, or BASKET, Dors., a demi-lion, or.

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BASKIN, a sword and stalk of wheat, in saltier. Armis et diligentia.

BASNET, on a mount, covered with long grass, an oak-tree, all ppr.

BASNETT, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a cutlass, ppr.

BASPOOLE, Beston, Norf., out of fi ducal coro- net, or, a stag's head, erm., attired, wreathed about neck, ar. and sa., and tied behind with two bows. comp.

BASQUER, Isle of Wight, Hants., out of a mural coronet, gu., a'griffin's head, or. comp.

BASS, out of a ducal coronet, two wings, ppr.

BASSE, a demi-lion, gu., resting dexter on an oval shield, in cartouch, or, charged with a fleur-de-lis, az. see plate

BASSE, a demi-lion, gu., resting paws on an oval shield, or. see plate

BASSET of Tehidy, Cornw., a unicorn's head, couped, ar., armed and maned, or, charged with two bars, dancette"e, gu. Pro rege et populo. comp.

BASSET, Devons., same crest and motto.

BASSET, and BASSETT, a griffin, segreant, sa., seme'e-de-lis, or, collared and chained, gold.

see plate

BASSET, a unicorn's head, couped.

BASSET, and BASSETT, Glouc., a falcon, dis- played, ar.

BASSET, a boar's head, erm., armed, or.

BASSET of Beaupre, Glam., a stag's head, cabossed, between attires a cross crosslet, fitched. Gwett angau na chywilydd.

comp. and .

BASSETT of Bonvilstone House, Cardiff, same crest and motto.

BASSETT, or BASSET, Langley, Derbs., out of a ducal coronet, or, a boar's head, gu.

BASSETT, Womberly, Devons., a unicorn's head, ar., charged with two bars, dancettde, gu. Pro rege et populo. see plate .

BASSETT, or BASSET, a horse's head, erased.

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BASSETT, Warw., a boar's head, ar., couped,

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BASSET of Watermouth, Ilfracombe, and Um- berleigh, Ex. : (i.) For Basset, a unicorn's head, couped, ar., mane, beard, and horn, or, on neck two bars, indented, gu., comp. .

BAT

(.) For Dame, on a mount, vert, a lamb, passant, ar., in mouth a sprig of cinquefoil, gu., slipped, vert. comp. -

BASSINGBORNE, out of a ducal coronet, or, a bull's head, gu., ducally crowned.

comp.

BASSINGES, three roses, gu., stalked and leaved, vert. -

BASTARD, Aslington, Norf., an elephant's head. IO

BASTARD, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a dagger, ppr.

BASTARD, Kitley, and Buckland Court, De- vons., a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., hand, gauntleted, grasping a sword, in bend sinister, point downward, also ppr. Pax potior bello.

BASTARD of Charlton Marshall, Dors., a grif- fin's head, collared and armed, or.

BASTO, a horse's head, couped, ar.

BATCHELOR, or BATCHELLOR, a leg, erased, above knee, ppr.

BATE, Yorks., a stag's head, ar., attired, or, vulned through neck with arrow.

comp.

BATE, a bull's head, couped, erm., armed, or.

BATEMAN of Hartington, Derby, out of a cres- cent, or, an etoile, gu., between wings, gold. Sidus adsit amicum. I

BATEMAN of Middleton, Derby, same crest.

BATEMAN, Eng., a Muscovy duck's head, couped, between wings, erect, expanded, all ppr. Nee prece, nee p/retio. see plate

BATEMAN, Derbs., out of a crescent, or, an etoile, gu.

BATEMAN, Whitechapel, Middx., out of a mural coronet, ar., an eagle, rising, with a garland in beak, ppr. comp.

BATEMAN, an increscent, ar., between wings, dexter, ar., sinister, gu.

BATEMAN of Knypersley, Stafford, and Tol- son Hall, Westm., a tower ar., issuant a demi-eagle, wings elevated, sa., charged on breast with the chemical character of Mars, or, in beak a wreath of oak, ppr.

comp.

BATEMAN, Baron (Bateman-Hanbury) : (i.) For Haribury, out of a mural coronet, sa., a demi-lion, or, in paws a battle-axe, of the first, handle, gold, . (.) For Bateman, a duck's head and neck, between wings, ppr. Nee prece, nee pretio.

BATEMAN, Kerry, a pheasant, ppr. Nee prece, nee pretio.

BATEMAN of Bartholey, Monm., same crest and motto.

BATES, a lion's head, erased, gu.

BATES of Dentou, Suss., an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a truncheon. Manu et corde. comp. and .

BATES, Milbourne, Northumb., a naked man, in dexter a willow-wand, ppr. Et manu et corde. comp.

BATES, Yorks., a demi-lion, rampant, in dex- ter a thistle, in sinister a fleur-de-lis, ppr.

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BATESON, Bart., Iri., Antrim, a bat's wing, sa. Probitas rerus honos. -

BATH, a wolf's head, sa., in mouth a rose, slipped, ppr. i

BAT

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BATH, Marquess of (Thynne), a reindeer, sta- tant, or. J'ai bonne cause.

BATH, Ffynone House, Swansea, a wolf's head, erased, sa., gorged with a collar vair, in mouth a rose, gu., slipped and leaved, ppr. ,

BATHERNE, Penhow, Monm., out of rushes, a denii-swan, rising, ppr.

BATHGATE, Sco., a bee, volant; ppr. Vive ut vivas.

BATHURST, Bart., Leachlade, Glouc., on a mount, vert, a bay-horse, statant.

comp.

BATHURST, a horse, passant.

BATHURST, Earl, Baron Apsley, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., in hand a spiked club, or. Tien ta foy.

BATHURST of Lydney Park, Glouc., same crest and motto.

BATHURST, Eng., same crest.

BATHURST, Isle of Wight, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., charged with an annulet, or. comp.

BATHURST, a tiger, in dexter a fleur-de-lis, ppr. see plate n

BATLEY, Yorks., a demi lion, rampant, gu., between paws a bezant.

BATLEY, BATTLEY, BATTALEY, or BATTELEY, a castle, double-towered, weeds growing round sinister tower, ppr. comp.

BATNYMERSH, a dexter arm, in armour, in hand, ppr., a baton, sa., tipped, ar.

BATSON, a lion, passant, gardant, ar.

BATSON, a bat's wing, erect, ar.

BATT, Iri., a crescent, ar., charged with an es- callop, gu. Virtute et valore.

BATT, Hackney, a wolf, passant, ppr.

BATT, Middx., a demi-lion, guttee- de-sang, between paws a marshal's staff, in pale, or, tipped, sa. see plate

BATTAYLL, or BATTAILLE, out of an antique crown, or, a dexter arm, ppr., in hand a cross crosslet, fitched, in pale, gu.

comp. .

BATTEN, a hand, couped, in fess, charged with an eye.

BATTEN of Yeovil, Somers. : (i.) Trunk of oak- tree, couped at top, sprouting, all ppr. . (.) A sea-lion, erect, in paws an anchor, all ppr. comp.

BATTERSBEE, and BATTERSBY, a ram, passant, erm., armed, and unguled, or.

BATTERSBY, Iri., a ram, .passant, armed, and unguled, gold. Ante honortm humilitas.

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BATTERSBY, Lond., on a wreath of the colours, a ram, ar., armed, or, charged on body, with two trefoils, slipped, vert, resting dexter fore-leg on a lozenge, sa. Lahore vinccs.

BATTIE, Wads worth, Yorks., a stork, with fish in mouth, all ppr. tee plate

BATTIE, a kingfisher, ppr.

BAUD, and BAUDE, a lion's head, gardant, erased, gu., ducally crowned, or.

BAUDERSTONE, and BALDERSTON, Sco., in dex- ter hand, out of a cloud, ppr., a cross pat- te'e, fitched, az.

BAUGH, Glouc., on a ducal coronet, or, a tal- bot, sejant, sa. see plate

BAUMFORD, or BAUNFORD, Donington, Line., on a chapeuu, a serpent, nowed. III.

BAUNCEFORD, a lion, rampant.

BAUSEFIELD, out of a ducal coronet, or, a

griffin's head, ppr.

BAVENT, Norf., a sheaf of six arrows, in saltier,

sa., feathered, ar., bearded, or, banded, gu.

comp.

BAWDE, Curringham, Ess. and Beds., a satyr's

head, in profile, sa., with wings, or, tongue

hanging out, gu. BAWDEWYN, or BAWDWEN, a sceptre, in pale,

or. ii

BAWLE, an arm, embowed, vested, gu., cuffed,

or, in hand, ppr., a branch of laurel, vert. BAWTRE, or BAWTREE, Carnbs., a lion's head,

erased, gu.

BAWTRE, a goat's head, erased, ar.

BAXTER, a falcon, belled and jessed, or. Vir- tute non verbis. BAXTER, Sco., an escarbuncle, sa. BAXTER, Staimow, Norf., a lion's gamb, erased,

or, in paw a spear, sa.

BAXTER, an eagle's head, couped.

BAY, Lond. and Hants., a dexter wing, sa.,

charged with an escallop, or. BAYARD, a demi-horse.

BAYEN, Eng , a poplar-tree, vert.

BAYFORD, Eng., an owl, ar.

BAYLEE, BAILIE, or BAILEY, Eng., a demi-

lady, in dexter a tower, in sinister a branch

of laurel.

BAYLEY, Eng., a boar's head, erased, ppr.

- BAYLEY, Lond., a demi-lion, rampant, gardant,

or, in dexter a branch, vert. comp. BAYLEY, Eng., a griffin, sejant, erm., wings

and fore-legs, or.

BAYLEY, Hoddesdon, Herts. , out of a ducal

coronet, or, a nag's head, ar. I

BAYLEY, a lion, rampant, ppr.

BAYLIE, Eng., within seven mullets, or, in

orle, a cross patte"e, gu.

BAYLIS, Glouc., out of an eastern coronet, or,

charged on band with auricula flower, a bay- tree, fructed, ppr. BAYLIS, Lond., a demi-antelope, ppr., collared

and buckled, or.

BAYLOL, Sco., an increscent and decrescent, ar.

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BAYLOLL, Eng., on a mount, vert, a lion, ram- pant, collared, in dexter an arrow, all ppr.

BAYLY, Wicklow, a boar's head, erased, ppr.

Quid clarius astris ? .

BAYLY, Somers., a goat's head, az., bezantde,

attired, or. comp.

BAYN, Sco., a dexter hand grasping a dagger,

in pale, or. Et marte, et arte.

BAYN, Eng., a Saracen's head, in profile, az.,

wreathed and stringed behind, ar. and az.

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BAYNARD, Blagdon, Somers., a demi-unicorn, rampant, or, armed, ppr., crined, sa.

BAYNBRIDGE, or BAYNBRIGGE, a stag's head, erased, ar., attired, or.

BAYNBRIDGE, BUCKERIDGE- Cambs., a dexter arm, erect, couped at elbow, vested, charged with three bars, erminois, in gauntlet, ppr., a cross crosslet, fitched, sa. comp.

BAYNE, Tulloch, Sco., a dexter hand grasping a dirk, ppr. Et marte, et arte.

BAYNE, Eng.. a pellet, between wings, ar.

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BAY

BAYNE, Sco., in hand a scroll of paper, ppr. Virtute.

BAYNE, Lane., an etoile, or.

BAYNES, Blackburn, a cubit arm, erect, ppr., vested, an, hand grasping a shuttle, or, all within a wreath of the cotton plant, flowered and fructed, ppr. Arte et Indus- trid. .

BAYNES, Bart., Middx., a cubit arm, vested, az., cuffed, erminois, in hand a jaw-bone, ar. Furor arma ministrat.

BAYNES, or BAINES, Surr., a dove, volant, re- gardant, or, in mouth a myrtle-branch, ppr. see plate

BAYNHAM, Kent and Glouc., a bull's head, couped at neck.

BAYNHAM, Glouc., out of a mural coronet, gu., a bull's head, ar. see plate

BAYNING, Baron (Powlett), a buck, statant, sa., attired, or, charged on body with mul- let, ar. Stare super vias antiques.

comp. .

BAYNTON, an eagle's head, erased.

BAYNTON, and BAYNTUN, Wilts., a griffin's head, erased, sa.

BAYNTON, a goat, passant, ppr. n

BAYNTUN, ROLT-, Bart., Seacombe^Park, Herts., a griffin's head, erased, sa.

BAYONS, and BAYOS, Eng., a horse, at full speed, in mouth a spear-head, ppr.

BAZELEY, or BAZLEY, in hand a chapeau, be- tween two branches of laurel, in orle.

BAZILIE, or BAZELY, a crow, sa. Be not want- ing.

BEACH of Oakley Hall, Hants., a demi-lion, rampant, ar., in paws an escutcheon, az., charged with a pile, or. comp.

BEACH, Beds, and Kent, out of a ducal coro- net, or, a demi-lion, ar. -

BEACHCROFT, a beech-tree, ppr., behind six park pales, ar.

BEACHEE, Lond., out of a ducal coronet, a demi-lion, rampant, ppr.

BEADLE of South Ella, Yorks., a stag's head, erased, ppr., ducally gorged, or.

see plate

BEADNELL, out of a ducal coronet, a grey- hound's head, gorged with rosary and bell, or. Nee timide, nee temere. comp. I

BEAGHAN, a pellet between wings, ar.

BEAGHAN, Iri., two swords, in saltier, points downward. comp.

BEAK, out of a ducal coronet, horns, scalp, and ears of an ox.

BEAKE, or BEEKE, Dors., an ostrich-head, ar., in mouth a horse-shoe, or. comp. .

BEAL, Suss., a lion's head, erased. Tout hardi.

BEAL, a lion's head, erased.

BEAL, or BEALL, Eng., a demi-wolf, sa., hold- ing a spear-head, in pale, tasselled, ppr.

BEALE, Surr., a unicorn's head, sa., erased, gu., armed and crined, or.

BEALE, Cork, Iri. and Lond., a unicorn's head, erased, or, charged with an etoile, gu. Malo mori quam fcedari.

BEALE of Heath House, Salop, a unicorn's head, erased, ar., charged on neck with three etoiles, gu. see plates and

BEA

BEAMISH, BERNARD-, of Raheroon, Cork, a demi-lion, rampant, gu. Virtus insignit audentes.

BEAMISH, Iri., same crest and motto.

BEAMISH, or BEMISH, Eng., a pair of scales, ppr. i

BEAMONT, or BEAUMONT, Lond., a bull's head.

BEAN, or BEANE, a lion, rampant, between paws a plumb-rule, sa.

BEARCROFT, a demi-bear, rampant, muzzled.

BEARD, Line., a lion's gamb, couped, or, grasp- ing a horse's leg, erased above knee, sa.

- BEARD, around the point of a pillar, a snake,

environed, ppr. BEARD, Aberton, Suss., on a chapeau, gu.,

turned up, erm., a tiger, couchant, or,

maned, armed, and tufted, sa. see plate BEARDMORE, or BERDMORE, on a mitre, sa.,

semee of crosses pattde, ar., a cheveron, of

the last. comp.

BEARDMORE of Uplands, Hants., a griffin's

head, erased. Providtntice me committo.

BEARDMORE, a wolf, erect, standing on hind

dexter.

BEARDOE, and BEARDOR, Lane., a demi-bear,

in dexter a bundle of six arrows, in saltier,

ppr., headed, or, flighted, ar. BEARE, or BEERE, Kent, on a garb, in fess, or,

a raven, sa. comp. , and . IO

BEASLEY, Eng., a demi-leopard, in dexter a

sprig of laurel, ppr. .

BEATH, or BEITH, Sco , a dragon's head, vomit- ing fire, ppr. Fortuna virtute. BEATH, or BIETH, Sco., a dragon's head, couped,

ppr. Fortuna virtute.

BEATH, Sco., a wolf's head, erased. Fortuna

virtute.

BEATHELL : ( I.) Out of a ducal coronet, a boar's

head, couped. . (.) An eagle, between

wings displayed, az., on neck an etoile, or.

comp. BEATIE, or BEATTIE, Sco., a star issuing from

a crescent, or. Lumen cceleste sequamur.

BEATIE, or BEATTY, Sco. and Eng., a castle, sa.

BEATLEYS, a star iss\iing from a crescent, or.

Lumen cceleste sequamur.

BEATON, a lion, passant, sa. Fortis in arduis.

. i BEATSON, Knowle Farm, Suss., a bee, volant,

ppr.

BEATSON of Rossend, Fife, a bee, erect, wings

expanded, ppr. Cum pi*udentia scdulus.

BEATTY, Iri., on a ducal coronet, a lion, pas- sant, gardant, ducally crowned. I BEAUCHAMP, Earl (Pyndar), a lion's head,

erased, ar., ducally crowned, or. Ex fide

fortis. comp.

BEAUCHAMP, on a mount, vert, a greyhound,

sejant. .

BEAUCHAMP, Hoult, Ess., a swan's head and

neck, ar., beaked, gu., between wings, sa.

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BEAUCHAMP, Earl of Warwick, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-swan, ar. -

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BEATJCHAMP, POWYCKE, Glouc., a tiger, passant, or, vulned in shoulder, gu. see plate

BEAUCHAMP, Lond. and Iri., a lion passant, ppr. - I

BEAUCHAMPE, a plume of feathers, or.

BEAUCHAMPE, Glouc. and War., out of a coronet, gu., a swan's head and neck, ar.

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BEAUCHATT, Eng., a cat's head, erased, gar- dan t, gu. -

BEAUCLERK, AUBREY-DE VERB, Esq., of Ard- glass Castle, co. Down. See ST. ALBANS.

BEAUFEY, or BEAUFOY, Eng., a demi-griffin, between paws a close helmet.

BEAUFICE, a lamb, passant, ar., bearing a banner, pink, staff, ppr., surmounted by cross.

BEAUFORD, or BEAUFORT, a portcullis, or, nailed az., chains, gold. Mutare vel timere sperno., . II

BEAUFORT, Duke of (Somerset), a portcullis, or, nailed., az., with chains, gold. Mutare vel timere sperno. .

BEAUMAN of Hyde Park, Wexford, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a sabre. Fortiter.

BEAUMONT, WILLOUGHBY, Bart., Leic., on a chapeau, az., semee of fleur-de-lis, or, turned up, erm., a lion, passant, gold. Erectus non electus. '

BEAUMONT, Buckland, Surr., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a lion, passant, or.

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BEAUMONT, Devons., a stork or heron, wings expanded, ar.

BEAUMONT, Suff., a bear's head, erased, ppr.

BEAUMONT, Derbs., on a chapeau, az., turned up, erm., a lion, passant, gold, tail extended.

BEAUMONT of Barrow-upon-Trent, on a chapeau, gu. , turned up, erm., a lion, passant, or. Erectus non electus.

BEAUMONT of Whitley - Beaumont, York, a bull's head, erased. Fide sed cui vide.

BEAUMONT, WENTWORTH-BLACKETT, of Bretton Hall, York, same crest and motto.

BEAUMONT, DE, Eng., a demi-lion, gardant, sa.

BEAUMONT, Leic. and Suff., a lion, passant, or.

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BEAUMONT, Leic., and Beaumont Hall, Suff., an elephant, on back a tower, triple-towered, ar., garnished, or.

BEAURAIN, a lion's head, erased, ar., pellettee.

comp.

BEAUVALE, Baron (Lamb), a demi-lion, ram- pant, gu. , between paws a mullet, sa. Vir- tuteetfide.

BEAUVOIR, Eng., a griffin's head, between wings, ppr.

BEAUVOIR, Lond., a demi-dragon, wings ad- dorsed, ppr.

BEAVONS, Eng., a bull's head, sa.

BEAVAN, or BEVAN, a dove, hovering, ppr., in mouth a gem-ring, or, over a mount, vert. Semper virtute constans. comp.

BEAVAN, a lion's head, erased, az., in mouth a rose, gu.

BEAVER, a beaver, ppr. n

BEAVER, a leopard, ppr. or

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BEAVER, Eng., a leopard, rampant, ppr. n. BEAVIS, Devons. , a pheon, ar.

BEAWFICE, Eng., a holy lamb supporting a

flag. L . ii

BEAWPELL, Eng., out of a mural coronet, in

hand, ppr., vested, gu., a sword, wavy, az.

comp. , and . BEBB, Eng , a torteau, az., charged with a

pale indented, gu.

BEBINGTON, Bebington, Chesh., out of a ducal

coronet, a demi-eagle, displayed, sa. , bezan-

tee.

BEG, or BECK, Eng., on a chapeau, gu., turned

up, erm., a lion's head, erased.

BECCLES, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed,

in hand a cross pattde, all ppr. BECHE, Berks., in hand, ppr., vested, or, cuffed,

gu., an escarbuncle.

BECKER, Chancellor - House, Tunbridge, a

demi-lion, rampant, gu., body encircled with

a ducal coronet, or. comp.

BECHER, Kent and Beds., out of a ducal coro- net, or, a demi-lion, ar. BECHER- WRIXON, Bart., Iri., out of a ducal

coronet, or, a demi-lion, erm., gorged with a

plain collar, vert. Bis vivit qui bene.

comp. BECK, Norf., out of the sea, ppr., a sea- wolf,

ar., finned, or, between paws a cross pattee,

gu.

BECK, Suff., a peacock, ppr.

BECK, Wei., on a mount, vert, a pelican, ar.,

vulning, gu. comp.

BECK, Lond., a raven, ppr., between wings, or.

see plate BECK, or BEC, on a chapeau, gu., turned up,

erm., a lion's head, erased.

BECKERING, and BEKERING, Yorks., a crow,

perched on an oak-tree. I

BECKET, Courthither, Cornw., a Cornish chough,

wings expanded, sa., beaked and legged,

gu., ducally gorged, or. see plate

BECKET, Iri., a Cornish chough, ppr. BECKETT, Bart., Leeds, Yorks., a boar's head,

couped, or, pierced by a cross pattee, fitched,

erect, sa. Prodesse civibus. see plate

BECKETT of The Knoll, Torquay, same crest

and motto. BECKETT, an ostrich-head, erased, ducally

gorged, or. see plate

BECKETT, Wilts., a Cornish chough, ppr.

BECKFORD, Baron RIVERS. See RIVERS. BECKFORD, Lond., Wilts., and Leic., a stork's

head, erased, in mouth a fish, all ppr.

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BECKFORD of Ruxley Lodge, Surr., a heron's

head, erased, or, collared, in mouth a fish,

ar. De Dieu tov.t.

BECKFORD, LOVE-, of Basing Park, Hants., a

heron's head, erased, or, in beak a fish, ppr.

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BECKHAM, a horse's head, ar., pierced through neck with a broken tilting spear, or, in mouth top of spear, embrued, gu. see plate

BECKINGHAM, Hoe, Norf., a demi-griffin, ar., legs and beak, sa., wings addorsed, gu., in dexter a cutlass, ar., hilt, or.

BECKINGHAM, Ess., a demi-griffin, sa., in dex- ter a cutlass, ar., hilt and pommel, or.

BECKLEY, BECKLY, or BICKLEY, Devons., a cross pattee, gu., between wings, or.

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BECKMAN, Lond., an ostrich- head, couped, ar., gorged with a fess dancettee, sa., between two palm -branches, ppr. .

BECKWELL, or BEKEWELL, Eng., a horse-shoe, ppr.

BECKWITH, or BICKWITH, a stag's head, erased.

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BECKWITH, an antelope, ppr.

BECKWITH of Thurcroft, York, an antelope,

ppr., in mouth a branch, vert. Jouir en bun.

comp.

BECKWITH, Bart., Aldborough, Yorks., same crest and motto.

BECKWITH, a dove, in mouth three ears of wheat, all ppr. see plate

BECKWITH, l)urh., a roebuck's head, couped, sa.

BECKWORTH, and BECKWITH, Yorks., an eagle's head, or, depressed with two bends, vert, wings, one, ar., the other, sa., beaked, gu.

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BECTON, a demi-heraldic tiger, ducally gorged.

BEDALL, Ess., a buck's head, gu., attired, or, between attires, a bough of a tree, leaved, ppr. see plate

BEDELL, Rumford, Ess., an arm, in armour, hand grasping a cutlass by blade, ar.

BEDELL, and BKDOLPE, Staff, and Ess., an arm, einbowed, vested, az., in hand, ppr., a sword, ar., hilt and pommel, or, pierced into side of a squirrel, sejant, regardant, or.

BEDELL, Hamerton, Hunts., out of a palisado coronet, a buck's head, or, attired, az.

comp. and .

BEDELL, a stag's head, couped, gu., attired, or, branches, az., between attires a thistle, gold, stalked and leaved, vert.

BEDEWELL, or BEDWELL, Eng., a fort in flames, ppr.

BEDFORD, in hand, ppr.. a sphere, erect, or.

BEDFORD, Henloc, Beds., and Lond., a demi- lion, sa., ducally crowned, or, between paws a sphere, gold. see plate

BEDFORD, Duke of (Russell), a goat, passant, ar., armed, or. Che sara sara.

BEDFORD, Eng., a demi-lion, rampant, az., in dexter a fleur-de-lis, or.

BEDFORD, a demi-lion, rampant, ppr., in dex- ter a trefoil, slipped, vert. see plate

BEDINGFIELD, Beckhall, Norf., an eagle, dis- played, or. Despicio terrena,.

BEDINGFIELD, Oxburgh, Norf., a demi-eagle, wings expanded, gu. Solem contemplor des- picio terram. IOI.

BEDINGFIELD of Ditchingham, Norf., a demi- eagle, gu. A quila non capit muscas ; or, Despicio terrena.

BEDINGFIELD, a unicorn's head, erased, sa., horn wreathed, or and ar.

BEDINGFIELD, a demi-eagle, wings elevated, or. Despicio terrena.

BEDLE, or BEDELL, Lond., a stag's head, erased, or, attired and ducally gorged, gu. comp.

BEDO, and BEDON, Putney, Surr., a boar's head, couped, and erect, gu.

BEDWIN, Wilts., a griffin, passant, or.

BEE, Basingstoke, Staffs., a dragon's head, gu., pierced through with an arrow, ar.

comp.

BEEBY, Eng., a mullet, or. '

BEECH of The Shawe, Stafford, a stag's head, cabossed. Sub teymine fagi.

BEECHEY, and BEECHY, Eng., a torteau, az.

. ii

BEECHING, Suss., a winged spur. Agnoscar eventu.

BEECROFT, Berks., on a chapeau, vert, turned up, or, a wyvern, wings expanded, az. Pro virtute. ii

BEECROFT, Bp.-Wearmouth, two arms, in ar- mour, ppr., embowed, between fingers an annulet, gu. comp.

BEEKENSHALL, Lane. , in hand a garland, gu.

-

BEER, Eng., on a garb, or, a raven, sa.

comp.

BEERS, Leslie Hill, Iri., on a garb, or, a raven, sa. In Deo spes mea. comp.

BEESLEY, or BEESLY, Eng., out of a mural coro- net, two branches of palm, in saltier, ppr., surmounting a spear, in pale.

BEESTON, BEESTONE, or BEISTON, Eng. , a heart, gu., within a fetterlock, sa.

BEESTON, Chesh., a castle, or, issuant there- from an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., garnished, gold, brandishing a sword, ppr., hilted, of the first.

BEEVOR, Bart., Bethel, Norf., a beaver, pas- sant, ppr.

BEG, or BEGG, Sco., a cross crosslet, fitched, between two branches of palm, in orle, ppr.

BEGBIE, Sco., out of a ducal coronet, in lion's paw, a spear head.

BEGBIE, Eng., a cross moline, lozenge-pierced, az.

BEGG, out of a mural coronet, a demi-savage, wreathed round middle, vert, in dexter a cock's head, in sinister on shoulder a club.

I.

BEGGAR, or BEGGER, a pelican's head and neck, erased, vulning. II

BEHETHLAND, Eng., from a cloud, in sinister, in dexter hand a club.

BEHEVENS, Lond., a demi-bear.

BEIGHTON, Werkswerth, out of a mural coro- net, or, a greyhound, erm., collared, gold.

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BEILBY, Warw., a leopard's head.

BEILBY, Eng., a hawk, close, ppr.

BEIST, or BIEST, Salop, a sinister arm, couped above elbow, vested, sa., cuffed, ar., in hand a bow. comp.

BEITH, or BIETH, Sco., a dragon's head, couped, vert. Fortuna virtute. go.

BEKE, BEEKE, or BEACK, Durh., out of a ducal coronet, gu., two bull's horns, erm.

see plate

BEKE, or BECK, Berks, and Line., a peacock's head, erased, or, gorged with two bars, dancette"e, sa., between wings, az. , each charged with three bezants, in pale.

see plate

BEKE, or BECK, Berks, and Line., a hare's head. see plate

BEKE, Norf., a dragon's head, erased, er, col- lared, vair. ^-

BEKETT, a falcon, rising, ar., legged and beaked, gu., and ducally gorged, or.

BELASIS, a stag's head, erased, ar. Bonne et belle assez.

BELASYSE,Newborough, Yorks., Viscount Fau- conburgh, and a Bart., a stag's head, erased,

BEL

BEL

ppr., attired, or, in mouth an acorn, leaved, vert. Bonne et bdle assez.

comp. and

BELCHEK, Northampton, a demi-hawk, or, wings expanded, sa.

BELCHER, Gilsborough, Northamp., Staffs., and Warw., a greyhound's head, erased, erm., collared, gu., rimmed and ringed, or.

comp. .

BELCHES, Sco., a horse's head, ar., bridled, gu. Keep tryst.

BELCHES of Tofts, Sco., stump of oak tree, eradicated, shooting branches, ppr. Re- virescit.

BELCHES, and BELSCHES, Sco., a greyhound's head, couped, ar., collared, az. Fulget virtus intaminata.

BELDERO, Suff., a greyhound, current, gu., col- lared and ringed, or. comp. -

BELEW, or BELLOW, Devons., an arm, em- bowed, vested, vert, in hand a bell, or.

see plate

BELFARGE, or BELFRAGE, Sco., on a ducal coro- net, or, a hawk, belled, ppr.

BELFIELD, Lond. and Hertford, a demi-tiger, ar., armed and tufted, or, pierced through body with broken staff of a flag, flag hang- ing between fore-legs. see plate

BELFOUR, BELFORE, BELFOURE, and BALFOUR, a hautboy, in pale, ppr.

BELGRAVE, Kil worth and Belgrave, Leic., a ram's head, ar. - ^

BELGRAVE of Preston Hall, Rutland, a ram's head.

BELHAVEN and STENTON, Baron, Sco. (Hamil- ton), a nag's head, couped, ar., bridled, gu. Ride through.

BELHOUSE, a squirrel, fore-feet against an oak- branch, acorned, or, leaved, vert.

BELHOUSE, Eng., a wolf's head.

BELIALD, Thorpe, Northamp., a lion's head, couped, gu., billette'e, ar. comp.

BELL, Glouc., an arm, embowed, vested, gu., in hand a battle-axe, staff, gu., head, ar.

comp. ii and

BELL, Lond., a human heart, between wings. Forward, kind heart.

BELL, Eng. , a hawk, close, beaked and belled, or. Per sever ambia.

BELL, Middx., a portcullis, ppr. II

BELL, Berks, and Bucks., a hawk, wings ex- panded, ar., beaked and belled, or.

comp.

BELL of Woolsington, North umb., a hawk, belled.

BELL, on a mount, an eagle, rising, ppr. Vian affectat Olympo. loo.

BELL, Ess., a talbot, passant, erm.

BELL, Sco., an arm, in armour, in hand a scimitar, all ppr. Pro rcge et patria.

BELL, by side of a tree, ppr., a bear, resting dexter on a bell. comp. plate and . I

BELL, a falcon, close, belled, or. Prend moi tel que je suis.

BELL, Provosthaugh, Sco., on a mount, vert, a roebuck, feeding, ppr. Signum pads amor.

BELL, Sco., a bell, or. i

BELL, Sco., a demi-lion, rampant. Dcxtra fideque. -

BELL, a stag's head, erased, gu., attired, ar. Fulyet virtus.

BELL, a stag's head, ppr. Siynum pads amor.

BELL, Sco., a dexter hand, with two last fingers

down, ppr. Confido.

BELL, Eng., on a rock, ppr., a martlet.

BELL, a garb, ppr. Quid utilius.

BELLAIRS of Kirby Bellars, a lion's gamb, erased, gu. In cruce mea fides. - '

BELLAM, BALLAM, and BELLOME, out of a ducal coronet, or, a cock's head, between wings, gu., combed and wattled, gold.

BELLAMY, an arm, couped, vested, sa., cuffed, ar., in hand, ppr., a sceptre, or, surmounted by a crescent, ar.

BELLARS, New Lodge, Herts., a lion's gamb, ppr. -

BELLAS, a stag's head, erased, attired, or, in mouth, a fleur-de-lis, az. see plate

BELLASIS, or BELLASSES, Sco. and Eng., on a mount, a palm-tree, ppr.

BELLASIS, MORTON, Durh., a stag's head, erased, ppr., attired, or.

BELLASIS, or BELLASSIS, Yorks., a lion, couch- ant, gardant, az.

BELLASIS, Yorks., a stag's head, erased, in mouth an oak-branch, acorned, ppr.

comp.

BELLERBY, Yorks., a dexter hand, couped at wrist, pierced through the palm with an arrow, in bend sinister, all ppr.

BELLERE, Eng., a spur rowel, az.

BELLET, Chesh., a fox's head, erased, sa.

. I

BELLETT, an arm, in armour, in gauntlet a baton, or, tipped at both ends, sa.

BELLEW of Stockleigh, Devons., an arm, em- bowed, vested, hand, ppr., grasping a chalice pouring water into a basin, also ppr. Tout d'en haut.

BELLEW, Eng. , a boar, passant, sa.

BELLEW, a hyena, passant.

BELLEW, Bart., Iri., an arm, in armour, em- bowed, in hand a sword, ppr. Tout den haut.

BELLEW, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a dagger, point downwards.

BELLEW-DILLON, Bart., Iri., an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., charged with a crescent, in hand a sword. Tout d'en haut. comp.

BELLEWE, Newstead, Line., a buck's head, erased, or, guttee, az., dexter horn, ar., sinister, az.

BELLINGHAM, Line, and Yorks. , a buck's head, couped, ar., on a branch twisted, or. and az., leaved, vert.

BELLINGHAM, Iri., a stag's head, erased, sa.,

attired, or, charged with a fleur-de-lis, gold.

comp. .

BELLINGHAM, Orston, Wilts., a demi-buck, supporting a banner charged with the family arms. see plate

BELLINGHAM, Castle-Bellingham, Iri., a buck s head, couped, or. Amicus amico. II

BELLINGHAM, Brumby, Line., and Suss., a stag's head, ar., attired, or, gorged with a chaplet, vert.

BELLINGHAM, Cumb., a stag's head, erased, az., attired, or.

BELLINGHAM of Hissington, a bugle-horn, ar.

i.

BELLIS, in hand, in armour, a holly -branch, all ppr.

BEL





BEN

BELLISMO, out of water, top of spear, in pale,

sustaining a dolphin, naiant.

BELLOMONT, a cross moline, lozenge -pierced,

gu. -

BELMORE, Earl of (Corry), Iri., a cock, ppr. Virtus semper viridis.

BELMOUK, a griffin's head.

BELSHES, Invermay, a horse's head. , ar., bridle, gu. Keep tryst and Reveresdt.

BELSON, Eng., in hand, a key.

BELTEAD, BELSTEDE, BELSTED, or BELSTIDE, .Eng., a seax, az., hilted, or. II

BELTOFT, or BELTOFTS, Eng., a cock, sa., beaked, combed, and wattled, gu, .

BELTOFT, or BELTOFTS, Line., out of a ducal coronet, in hand a sword, ppr. I

BELVALE, Eng., two arms, in armour, embowed, in hands a heart inflamed, ppr.

BEL WARD, a pheon, sa.

BELYN, Chesh., a unicorn's head, erased, ar., armed, or, charged on neck with four bars, gu. comp.

BEMPDE, a winged spur.

BEN, and BENNE, Newport- Cranley, Surr., a tiger, passant, erm., ducally gorged, or.

ii.

BENBOW, Salop, a harpy, close, *or, face, ppr.,

head wreathed with a chaplet of flowers, gu.

comp. II

BENCE, Aldborough, Benhall, and Kingsfield, !uff., a tower, ar., charged with a fret, gu.

see plate

BENCE of Thorington, Suff., a castle, triple- towered. Virtus casteUum meum.

BENCLER, a stag's head, cabossed, between attires, a bugle-horn, strung, ar.

see plates and

BENDALL, Middx., a demi-lion, double-queued, az., holding an anchor, ppr.

see plates . , and .

BENDISH, Steeple -Bamstead, Ess., out of earl's coronet, a talbot's head, all or. see plate

BENDLOWES, Ess., a centaur, with bow and arrow, all or.

BENDYSHE of Barrington, Cam., out of a ducal coronet, or, a talbot's head. Utrdque Pal- lade.

BENE, a buck's head, erased, in mouth a rose slip, ppr., thereon three roses, ar.

comp.

BENEGALL, a battering ram, per fess.

BENETT, Wilts., out of a mural coronet, or, a

lion's head, ar., charged with a mullet, or.

comp.

BENGE, an eagle, displayed, ppr.

BENGER, Kent, a cockatrice, wings expanded.

BENHAN, BENGHAM, orBENHAM, Eng., a chart, ppr.

BENJAMIN, Eng., on a chapeau, a flame of fire, all ppr. i

BENLEY, Eng., a sand-glass, gu. I

BKNXET, Eng., a ship in full sail, ppr.

BENNET, in dexter hand a cross pattee, fitched, gu. Benedictus qui tollit crucem.

BENNET, Sco., a demi-lion, in dexter a cross crosslet, fitched. Benedictus qui tollit cru- cem.

BENNET, Iri., an arm, couped at elbow, in hand a thistle, slipped, all ppr.

BENNET, Eng., a Cornish chough, ppr.

BENNET of Abbington, out of a mural coronet,

ar., a lion's head, gu., charged with a be- zant, or. comp.

BENNET, Surr., out of a mural coronet, or, a lion's head, ar., charged with a bezant, or. Deo gloria. comp.

BENNET, Earl of Tankerville. eeTANKERViLLE.

BENNET, Lond., a double scaling ladder, or.

- BENNET, Sco., a demi-lion, in dexter a cross

pattee, gu. comp.

BENNET of Laleston, Glamorg., a goat's head,

erased, sa. Aut nunquamtentes, autperfice.

- BENNET of Tollesbury, Ess., out of a mural

coronet, or, a lion's head, couped, charged

on neck with a bezant. Bene tcnax.

comp. BENNET of Grubet, Bart., in hand, out of a

cloud, ppr., a cross pattee, fitched, gu.

Benedictus qui tollit crucem.

BENNET, Lond., on a mount, vert, a martin,

ppr.

BENNET, Newcastle, a tower, triple -towered.

BENNET, Norf., two dolphins, one, or, other,

ar., in saltier, erect on tails.

BENNET, Steeple- Ashton, Wilts., a demi-lion,

rampant, ar., crowned, or, supporting a

tower, ppr. BENNET, Wei., a goat's head, erased, sa.

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BENNETT, Dublin, an arm, couped at elbow, in hand a thistle, all ppr.

BENNETT of Thorpe Place, Surr., out of a mural coronet, a lion's head. Dux vitce ratio.

- H BENNETT of Faringdon, Berks., a lion's head,

charged with a bezant. De bon raloir servir

le roi. see plate

BENNETT of Stourton, Stourbridge, on a mount,

vert, a horse's head, couped, ar., pierced

through neck by an arrow, in bend sinister,

point downward, ppr. Irrevocabtte.

see plate BENNETT of Bennett's Court, Iri., out of a mural

coronet, or, a demi-lion, rampant, ar., in

dexter a bezant. Serve the king.

comp. BENNETT, Finsbury, a demi-lion, rampant, or,

in paws a bezant.

BENNETT, Pitehouse, Wilts., on a whelk- & hell,

or, a bird, sa., beaked and legged, gu. BENNETT, Surr. and Berks., out of a mural

coronet, or, a lion's head, gu., charged on

neck with a bezant. comp.

BENNIE, BENNY, BENZIE, or BINNIE, Sco., a

horse's head, bridled, ppr. Virtute et opera.

BENNING, a demi-horse, saddled and bridled.

BENNINGHAM, Iri., a horse at full speed, with

point of broken spear in mouth.

BENNS, a tiger, passant, erm., ducally gorged,

or. II.

BENOLT, a stag, current, ppr.

BENON, Aldington, Suss. , on a mount, vert, a

griffin, segreant, wings elevated, ar.

comp. BENS AY, Berks., a horse, saddled and bridled.

Virtute et opera. -

BENSE, or BENST, Eng., a sea-lion, holding a

cross patonce.

BEN

BER

BENSLEY, MORES DE BONN, in dexter hand a plume of ostrich- feathers. comp.

BENSLEY, or BENSLY, Eng., a sand-glass, gu.

- I BENSON, a horse, passant, saddled and bridled.

- BENSON, Lond., a horse, passant, saddled and

bridled. Inconcussa virtus. -

BENSON, the sun, surmounted by a rainbow,

each end of the latter out of clouds, all ppr.

comp. i, and .

BENSON, Eng., a talbot's head, erased, ar.,

ducally crowned, or.

BENSON, a bear's head, erased, ppr., muzzled

and collared, or. BENSON of Utterby, Lincoln, a bear's head,

erased, ar., muzzled, gu. Inconcussa virtus.

BENSON of Lutwyche, Salop, a horse, passant,

caparisoned, ppr. Leges arma tenent sanctas.

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BENSTED, BENSTEAD, BENST, or BENSE, a sea- lion holding a cross patonce. BENT of Batsford, Staffs,, a demi-lion, az., holding a bezant. Nee temere, nee timidt.

- BENT, a. demi-lion, az., bet ween paws a bezant.

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BENT of Wrexham, Bucks., a demi-lion, ram- pant, collared, indented, between paws a bull's head, cabossed, or. Tutamen deus. BENTALL of Bentall, Salop, on a ducal coronet, or, a leopard, ar., spotted, sa. see plate BENTHAM, a lion, rampant, ar.

BENTHAM, Eng., on a cross flory, fitched, the sun, or, between wings expanded, each charged with a rose, seeded, gold, barbed, vei-t.

BENTICK, Eng., a chevalier, standing beside his horse, holding bridle, all ppr. BENTICK, a ship at sea, in full sail. BENTINCK. See PORTLAND. Duke of. BENTINCK of Terrington St. Clement, Norf., out of a marquess's coronet, ppr., two arms, counter-embowed, vested, gu., on hands gloves, or, in each an ostrich-feather, ar.

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BENTLEY, Eng., a spaniel, sejant.

BENTLEY of Birch House, Lancaster, a wolf,

rampant, erm., ducally gorged, or. Benigno

numine. comp.

BENTLEY, on a chapeau, a spaniel dog, statant.

see plate

BENTLEY, a spaniel dog, passant, ar. i BENTLEY, a demi-lion, rampant.

BENTLEY, a demi-lion, rampant, grasping a

thunderbolt, or. comp. and . I BENTON, Wilts., on a mount, vert, a lamb with

flag, az.

BENTON, a griffin's head, erased, ar. BENVIL, or BENVILL, Eng., a demi-swan, rising,

ppr.

BENWEIL, or BENWELL, Eng , a greyhound,

sejant, collared, wings addorsed.

BENWELL, a garb, or, entwined by a serpent,

ppr., head issuing through the ears of corn

to sinister. see plate

BENWIN, out of a ducal coronet, gu., a boar's

head, erect, ar.

BENYNGTON, Ess., a lion's head, erased, ar.,

semee of torteaux, gu., ducally crowned, or.

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BENYON, Horton Hall, Salop, a griffin, segreant, wings elevated, ar.

BENYON, Suff., on a mount, vert, fa griffin, sejant, ar. comp. h>.

BENYON, Salop, on a mount, vert, a griffin, sejant, ar. , charged with a canton, az.

comp.

BENYON of Englefield, Berks., a griffin, sejant, or, collared with an eastern crown, gu., in beak a Guernsey lily, ppr. Vincam vel moriar. comp.

BENYON, Richard, Esq., of Englefield House, Berks., a griffin, sejant, or, gorged with an eastern crown, gu., in beak a lily. Vincam vel moriar.

BENZIE, Sco., a horse's head, bridled, ppr. Virtute et opera.

BERBLOCK, Lond., in a gauntlet, in fess, ppr., garnished, or, lined, gu., the lower part of a spear, in pale, gold.

BERE, Kent, and Oakenham, Berks., on a garb, in fess, oz, a bird, sa.

BERE, Huncham, Devons., a bear's head, erased, sa., muzzled, or.

BERE, a tiger, sejant, az., bezantee, maned and tufted, or.

BEREARLY, Lond., a cross potent, fitched, be- tween wings, expanded. comp. log.

BEREFORD, Staffs., an ostrich head, between two palm branches. .

BERENGER, and BERANGER, Eng. and French, on a mount, a tree, vert.

BERENS, Kent, a demi-bear, salient, sa.

BERESETH, a griffin's head, erased, ppr., col- lared, or.

BERESFORD, Baron DECIES, Iri. See DECIES.

BERESFORD, Baron, a dragon's head, erased, az., wounded with broken spear through neck, or, broken point, ar., thrust through upper jaw. Nil nisi cruce. see plate bg

BERESFORD, WILLIAM-CARR, Viscount, out of mural coronet, or, a dragon's head, pierced in neck with broken tilting-lance, in bend, gold, upper part of spear in mouth. Nil nisi cruce. see plate

BERESFORD, Bart., same crest and motto.

BERESFORD, Kent, and Bentley, Derbs., a dragon's head, erased, az., pierced through neck with broken spear, or, part of same in mouth, headed, ar. see plate

BERESFORD, a dolphin, haurient on its tail.

BERESFORD, Marquess of Waterford. See WATERFORD.

BEREY of Croston, Lane., between wings, erm., an eagle's head, couped, or.

BERGAIGNE, or BERGAINE, a demi-lion, in dexter a sword, ar.

BERGER, Eng., in lion's paw, erased, sa. , a dagger, ppr.

BERIFFE, Colchester, Ess., out of a mural coronet, gu., a demi-lion, rampant, or, ducally crowned, in dexter a trefoil.

comp.

BERIFFE, Ess., in grass, vert, a beaver, pas- sant, ppr., collared, or.

BERINGER, Bucks., a stem of holly-tree, reguled and trunked, jacent, sprouting out a branch, in pale, leaved and fructed, all ppr.

BERINGHAM, or BERRINGHAM, Wore., a cross incline, az.

BEB



T

BERINGHAM, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a spiked club, ppr. - :

BERINGTON, a lion, sejant, crowned.

s:e plate

BERINGTON of Little Malvern Court, Wor- cester, a greyhound's head, couped, ar., gorged, or. .

BERINGTON, Bradwell, Chesh., out of a ducal coronet, or, a greyhound's head, ar., collared, gu., charged with three plates, comp. . I

BERKELEY, a bear's head, erased.

BERKELEY of Cotheridge, Wore., a bear's head, couped, ar., muzzled, gu. Dieu avec nous.

BERKELEY of Spetchley, Wore., same crest and motto.

BERKELEY, on a mitre, gu., a cheveron, be- tween eight crosslets, ar. Virtute, non ^. comp.

BERKELEY, Earl of, a mitre, gu., labelled and garnished, or, charged with a cheveron, between ten crosses pattee, ar. Dieu arec nous. comp.

BERKELEY, Eng., a bishop's mitre, ppr. .

BERKENHEAD, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, in hand a sheaf of arrows, points downward, all ppr. I

BERKHEAD, Oestwhite, Cumb., a goat's head, erased, attired, sa. -

BERKHEAD, or BERKENHEAD, a goat, salient, ar., attired, or, resting fore dexter on a garb, gold. see plate

BERKLEY, a unicorn, passant, gu., armed and crined, or. comp.

BERKLEY, a bear's head, couped, ar., muzzled, gu.

BIRMINGHAM, War w., two lions' gambs, in saltier, sa.

BERNALL, a demi-lion, rampant, gu.

BERNARD, Nettleham, Line., and Nether- Winchendon, Bucks., a demi-bear, muzzled and collared, or. Bear and forbear.

comp.

BERNARD, Huntingdon, a demi-bear, muzzled and collared, or. Nisi paret imparat.

comp.

BERNARD, Earl of Bandon. Iri., a demi-lion, ar., in paws a snake, ppr. Virtus probata florebit. comp.

BERNARD, BEAMISH-, of Palace Anne, Iri., a demi-lion, ar., between paws a snake, ppr. Virtus probata floresbit. comp.

BERNERS, Tharfield, Herts., a monkey, ppr., covered about loins, and lined, or.

BERNERS of Woolverstone, Suff., a monkey, ppr., environed about loins, and lined, or, holding a scroll with motto Del fugo I avola.

BERNERS, Eng., a monkey, statant, lined, or.

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BERNEY, Norf., a garb, or.

BERNEY, Bart., Parkhall, Norf., a plume of six

ostrich-feathers. Nil temere, neque timore. BERNEY, Kirkbedoe, Norf., a plume of ostrich- feathers. Nil temere, neque timore. BERNEY, Norf., out of a ducal coronet, or, a plume of five ostrich-feathers. .

BERNEY, an eagle's head, ppr., gorged with an eastern coronet, or, in mouth a palm-branch, vert, between wings, erm. sec plate BERNEY, Norf., a sheaf of reeds, or. BERNHEIM, a fleur-de-lis, ar.

BES

BERNIL, and BIRNALL, a greyhound's head, between two roses, stalked and leaved.

BERNS, Soham, Carnb., an ounce, ar., collared and chained, or. see plate

BERONDON, and BERONDOWNE, Northurnb., a unicorn, rampant, ppr.

BEROWE, and BEREW, Glouc., a sea-horse's head, erased, sa., bezantee, maned and finned, or.

BERRETON, out of a ducal coronet, a bear's head and neck, muzzled.

BERREY, Eng., in hand a dagger.

BERRING, out of a ducal coronet, or, a grey- hound's head, ppr. .

BERRY, or BERRIE, Westerbogie, Sco., a demi- lion, gu., in dexter a cross crosslet, fitched, az. In hoc signo vinces.

BERRY of Bally negall, Westmeath : (i.) A griffin's head and neck, charged with a tre- foil, comp. . (.) A demi-lion, ram- pant, az., in paws an escallop, or. Nihil sine labore.

BERRYMAN, Devons., a horse's head, erased, sa. i

BERTIE, Bart., Nether Hall, Ess., a man's head, affronte'e, couped at shoulders, ppr., ducally crowned, or, charged on breast with a bandlet wavy. Loyaute m'oblige.

comp.

BERTIE, Eng., a tree, fructed with pears, ppr.

BERTIE, Earl of Lindsey. See LINDSEY.

BERTIE, Earl of Abingdon. See ABINGDON.

BERTLES, or BERTLEYS, Chesh., a lion, rampant, az., holding a tree, erased at root, ppr.

see plate

BERTRAM, a bull's head, erased, ppr., ducally gorged, or.

BERTRAND, Eng., in hand a pistol, ppr.

BERTUE, a savage's head, couped at shoulders, ppr., ducally crowned, or. Loyaute m'oblige.

BERTWHISTLE, Eng., a dolphin, naiant, ppr.

. ii

BERVY, Devons., a griffin's head, erased.

BERVY, out of an eastern coronet, or, a demi- talbot, rampant, ppr. see plate

BERVY, Eng., between horns of a crescent, or, a cross pattee, gu. -

BERVY, Bart., Catton, Norf., between wings, elevated, erm., an eagle's head, couped, ppr., gorged with an eastern crown, or, in beak a palm-branch, vert. Per ardua.

see plate

BERVY, an eagle's head, ppr., gorged with an eastern coronet, or, in beak a laurel-slip, vert. see plate

BERWICK, Baron (Hill), on the battlements of a demi-tower, ar., a fawn, statant, ppr., col- lared and chained, or. Qui uti scit, ei bona.

; I

BERWICK, Lane., two ears of wheat, in saltier,

ppr. u

BERWICK, on portion of tower a stag, at gaze,

ducally gorged and chained. i

BERY of Bury, Devons., a griffin's head, erased.

BERY, or BARRY, Winscot, Devons., a wolf's

head, erased, ra. .

BESBOROUGH, Earl of (Ponsonby), in a ducal

coronet, az., three arrows, one in pale and

BES





BET

two in saltier, points downward, environed by a snake, ppr. Pro rege, lege, et grege.

III.

BESELEY, Lane, and Yorks., an arm, in armour, embowed, per fess, couped at shoulder, in hand a club, all ppr. II and .

BESELEY, Yorks., a castle, triple-towered, ar., on centre tower a standard floating to sinis- ter, sa., charged with a saltier, of the first.

BESELEY, BESLEY, or BESLY, Eng., a lion, ram- pant, between paws a ducal coronet.

BESELEY, BESLEY, or BESLY, out of a mural coronet, two branches of palm, in saltier, surmounted by a spear, in pale, ppr.

BESILES, or BESILLS, in hand a bunch of grapes, all ppr.

BESOOK, on a mural coronet, a beaver, passant. ppr. comp.

BESSELL, a demi-lion, affrontee, in each paw a slip of columbine, ppr., flowered, purp.

see plate

BEST, out of a mural coronet, or, an ostrich- head, ar., in mouth a cross crosslet, gold.

see plate

BEST, Kent, out of a ducal coronet, or, an os- trich-head, between wings, ar., in mouth a cross crosslet, gold. comp. II

BEST, Glouc. and Kent, out of a ducal coro- net, or, an ostrich- head, between wings, ar. comp. ii

BEST, a griffin's head, erased.

BEST, Lond. and Kent, out of a ducal coronet,

gu., a demi-peacock, wings displayed, or, in

mouth a snake, ppr., entwined round body.

see plate

BEST, Lond., a peacock, wings elevated, or, in beak a serpent, re flexed over back, az.

BEST, Baron WYNFORD. See WYNFORD.

BEST, South Dalton, Yorks., a cubit arm, vested and cuffed, in hand a falchion, ppr. comp.

BEST, HEAD-POTTINGER, Esq., of Donnington, Berks., a cubit arm, vested, gu., cuff, ar., in hand a falchion, ppr. Optimus est qui optime facit. comp. .

BEST of Eastbury, Surr., a griffin's head, erased, sa. Hand nomine tantum.

BEST of Chilston, Kent, out of a mural coro- net, or, a demi-ostrich, ar., in beak a cross crosslet, fitched, gold. comp. . II

BEST of Park House, Kent, same crest.

BESTE, Middleton-Quernhow, Yorks., a sinister arm, couped and embowed, in hand a bow.

. I

BESTNEY, Herts., out of a ducal coronet, a demi-griffin, ar.

BESTON, a demi-talbot, in mouth an arrow.

BESTORICKE, or BESTORIKE, a demi-talbot, in mouth an arrow.

BESTOW, Eng., a crescent, ar.

BESTROE, and BESTROW, an elephant's head, erased.

BESVILLE, a dragon's head, erased, gu.

BES WICK, Lond. and Kent, a demi-lion, ppr., between paws a bezant.

BESWICK of Beswick, Kent, a demi-lion, ppr., double-queued, between paws a bezant.

comp. , and .

BESWICK of Gristhorpe, Yorks., a demi-lion,

rampant, or, between paws a bezant. Denique. ccelum.

BESWICK of Winnington, Chesh., a demi-lion, or, between paws a bezant.

BETAGH, Iri., two anchors, in saltier.

BETENHAM, or BETNAM, Kent, a bear's head, erased, sa., muzzled, or.

BETENSON, BETTENSON, or BETTERSON, Kent, a lion's head, erased, sa., collared, ar. Qui sera sera.

BETENSON, Devons., a griffin's head, couped, ppr.

BETHAM, Bucks., out of a ducal coronet, or, an elephant's head, ar.

BETHELL, Dors., a demi-eagle, wings displayed, az., charged on body with an etoile of six points, or. comp.

BETHELL, Heref. and Yorks., between wings, displayed, az., an eagle's head, couped, of the same, charged on neck with an etoile, or. comp. .

BETHELL, York and Hants., out of a ducal coronet, or, a boar's head, couped, sa.

BETHELL, or BYTHELL, out of a ducal coronet, or, a boar's head and neck, couped, ar.

BETHUNE, Bart., Sco., an otter's head, erased, ppr. I)ebonnair.

BETHUNE, an otter's head, couped, ppr. Urbane.

BETHUNE, Sco., an otter's head, couped, ar. Debonnair.

BETHUNE of Blebo, Sco., an otter, issuing, ar. Debonnair.

BETHUNE of Nethertarvit, a physician's quad- rangular cap, sa. Resolutio cauta.

BETHWATER, a fawn's head, cabossed, or, without horns. I

BETON, BEATON, BETTON, and BETUNE, a lion, passant, sa. Fortis in arduis. I

BETRAY, an arm, embowed, vested, gu., cuffed, ar., in hand, ppr., a torteau.

BETSON of Glassermount, Sco., a bee, volant, in pale, ppr. Cum prudentia sedulus.

BETSON of Contle, Sco., a bridge of three arches, ppr. Pro patria.

BETSWORTH, out of a tower, ar., a demi-lion, or, ducally crowned, in dexter a battle-axe, az. comp.

BETTENSON, or BETTINSON, Kent, a lion's head, erased, sa. , collared, ar. Q, ui sera sera.

BETTES, out of a ducal coronet, or, a buck's head, gu., attired, gold, collared, ar., charged with three cinquefoils. comp. I

BETTES, Hants., out of a ducal coronet, or, a bull's head, ar.

BETTESWORTH, Tyning, Suss., on stump of tree, vert, a lion, sejant, in dexter a battle-axe, gu. comp.

BETTIE, or BETTY, Eng., a goat's head, erased, collared, ppr. comp.

BETTISON, Warw., a lion's head, erased, sa., collared, ar. Qui sera sera.

BETTON of Overton, Salop, a demi-lion, ram- pant. Nunquam non paratus.

BETTON, Eng., a demi-bear, rampant, ppr.

BETTS, Eng., a leopard, passant, gardant, ppr.

ii.

BETTS of Preston Hall, Kent, out of the bat- tlements of a tower, ppr., a stag's head, ar., charged with a cinquefoil, ppr. Ostendo non ostcnto.

BET

BID

BETTS of Wortham Hall, Suff., out of a ducal coronet, or, a buck's head, gu., attired, gold.

. I

BETTSWORTH, out of a tower, ar., a demi-lion, rampant, crowned, az., in paws a battle- axe, handle, or, headed, ar. comp.

BETTY, a demi-lion, in dexter a crescent, ar.

see plate

BETUNE, Eng., a demi-bear, rampant.

BEUFO, a beech-tree, with a saw through it, ppr. comp. II

BEUGO, an arm, in armour, embowed, wielding a scimitar, all ppr. Q;ui nos vincet ? and Pro Deo, patria, et rege. .

BEUZEVTLL, a lion's head, ppr., semee-de- plates. comp.

BEVAN, or BEVIN, Cornw., a griffin, passant, or.

BEVAN, on a mural coronet, a griffin, passant.

BEVAN of Fosbury House, Wilts. , on a mural coronet, ar., a griffin, passant, or, gorged with an eastern coronet, gu. see plate

BEVANS, or BEVAINS, Eng., a weaver's shuttle, in pale, threaded, ppr.

BEVELEY, a bull's head, sa., ducally crowned, or. comp.

BEVEREHAM, Iri., out of a corqnet, or, an arm, in armour, in hand a sword, ppr.

BEVERIDGE, Kent, Chichester, and Sco., out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-beaver, ppr.

BEVERLEY, between wings, expanded, a nail, erect.

BEVERLEY of Beverley, York, a bull's head, erased, ar. Ubi libertas, ibi patria.

BEVERLEY, Earl of (Percy), on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a lion, statant, az., tail extended, charged on shoulder with a crescent, ar. Esperance en Dieu.

BEVERLEY, on a mount, vert, a wolf, passant, ar., pierced through neck with an arrow, ppr. see plate

BEVERS, a demi-wyvern, vert, armed, gu.

. ii

BEVERSHAM, Holbrook - Hall, Suff., out of a tower, ar. , a demi-lion, gu.

BEVIL, Eng., a bull's head, gu., horned, or.

BEVILE, Suff., a dove, volant, with olive-branch, ppr. I oo.

BEVILL, or SEVILLE, Cornw., a griffin, passant, gu. ' .

BEVILLE, Cornw., a griffin, passant, or.

SEVILLE, Killegarth, a griffin, or. Futurum invisibile.

BEVIS, a pheon, az.

BEW, Eng., a peacock's head, couped and erect, ppr.

BEWEHAM, or BEWCHAM, Eng., a hand, issuing, pruning a vine, ppr.

BEWES, Cornw., on a chapeau, crimson, turned up, erm., a pegasus, rearing, of a bay colour, mane and tail, sa., wings, or, in mouth a sprig of laurel, ppr. see plate

BEWICKE, Northumb., a goat's head, erased, ar., gorged, with a mural coronet, gu. In coelo qu/es. comp. and .

BEWLEY, Suff., an ibex's head, or, out of the centre of a rose, gu., barbed, vert.

BEWLEY, Line., a moor's head, affronte'e, vested in a cowl, all ppr.

BEWRIS, or BEWRYS, a lion's head, ar., charged with two cheverons, sa., ducally crowned, or. comp.

BEWSHIN, out of a ducal coronet, or, in lion's paw a palm-branch, ppr.

BEXLEY, Baron (Vansittart), upon two crosses, pattee, ar., a demi-eagle, couped, sa., wings elevated. Grata quies.

comp. and .

BEYARD, Eng., on a tower, ar., loopholes and door, sa., a lion, rampant, gu.

BEYKLE, Eng., a cross pattee, gu., between wings, or.

BEYNHAM, Heref., a beaver, ppr.

BEYNHAM, Hunts., a raven, ppr. .

BEYNON of Bath, a lion, rampant, ppr., be- tween paws a rose, or, barbed, vert.

see plate

BEYNON of Carshalton, Surr. : (i.) For Beynon, a lion, rampant, ar., semee of cross crosslets, vert, between paws an escutcheon, charged with a griffin's head, erased, pean. comp. . (.) For Batley. a griffin's head, erased, pean, in beak a mill-rind.

BEYNTON, Eng., a griffin's head, erased, sa.

BICKERSTAFFE, the sun surmounted of a uni- corn, rampant, ppr. -

BICKERTON, HUSSEY-, Bart.. Upwood, Hunts. : (i.) For Bickerton, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a dagger, all ppr., sus- pended from arm by a crimson ribbon, an escutcheon, charged with a mullet and in- crescent, ar. comp. . (.) For Hussey, a hind, passant, ppr., ducally gorged and chained, or. Pro Deo et rege. see plate

BICKERTON, Bart., Upwood, Hunts., an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a dagger, all ppr.

BICKERTON, a martlet, or.

BICKLEY, Attleborough, Norf., a hind's head, ppr., collared, ar.

BICKLIFE, Lond., a hind's head, ppr., collared, ar.

BICKNALL, or BICKNELL, Eng.. an angel pray- ing, between two branches of laurel, in orle.

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BICKNALL, or BICKNELL, a dragon's head, couped, collared. comp.

BICKNOLL, a dragon's head, erased, vert.

comp.

BICKNOR, BICKENOR, or BYKENORE, a pheon,

erm.

BICKWITH, Yorks., a stag's head.

BlDDELL, BlDDLE, or BlDDELLE, Glouc., a

demi-heraldic tiger, rampant, gu., ducally gorged, or. Deus clypeus meus.

BIDDULPH, MYDDELTON, of Chirk Castle, Den- bigh : (i.) For Biddulph, a wolf, salient, ar., charged on shoulder with a trefoil, slipped, vert. comp. . (.) For Myddelton, out of a ducal coronet, or, a bloody hand, ppr. In veritate triumpho.

BIDDULPH of Ledbury, Heref.: (i.) A wolf, salient, ar., charged on shoulder with a tre- foil, slipped, vert. comp. . (.) A wolf, sejant, regardant, ar., vulned on shoulder, gu. Sublimiora petimus. comp.

BIDDULPH, Bart, Westcombe. Kent, a wolf, sejant, ar., vulned in shoulder, ppr.

comp.

BIDDULPH, WRIGHT-, of Burton Park, Suss. :

BID





BIN

(l.l A wolf, salient, ar. . (.) Out of a ducal coronet, or, a dragon's head, ppr.

BIDDULPH, Cleve Court, Somers., a wolf, salient, ar.

BIDGOOD, Exeter, Devons., in dexter hand, erect, in armour, or, an adder, ppr.

comp. and - J I

BIDLAKE, Somers., a cock, in beak a trefoil, all ppr. -

BIDON, Eng., between wings, a lion, rampant,

BIDULPH, Kent, a wolf, salient, ar., vulned on shoulder, gu. comp.

BIDWELL, or BTDEWELL, Devons., in hand, couped, in fess, a curling-stone.

BIDWELL, a martlet.

BIE, two oak -branches, in saltier, ppr.

BIELBY, a hawk, close, ppr.

BIEST, Eng., a fetterlock, ppr.

BIFIELD, or BYFIELD, Lond., a cross crosslet, fitched, gu., between two palm-branches, vert.

BIG, BIGG, or BIGGE, three savages' heads conjoined in one neck, one looking to sinis- ter, one to dexter, and one upward, wreathed, vert.

BIG, BIGG, or BIGGE, Ess., a cockatrice's head, couped, beaked, and crowned, or, wings, displayed, vert. comp.

BIGBERRY, Ess., in hand a leg, in armour, couped above knee, and spurred, all ppr.

BIGG, Hants., a rhinoceros, ppr.

BIGG, an arm, einbowed, vested, couped at shoulder, in hand a serpent, ppr., tail en- vironing arm. comp. and . II

BIGG, Iping, Suss., and Arnwood, Hants., an eagle's head, couped, ducally crowned, be- tween wings, elevated. comp.

BIGG, Eng., out of a mural coronet, seven Lochaber axes, ppr.

BIGGAR, Sco., a pelican's head, couped, ppr. Giving and forgiving.

BIGGAR, or BIGGER, a pelican's head, vulning, ppr. ii

BIGGE, of Linden, Northumb., a cockatrice's head, turreted, or, wings erect, az. see plate

BIGGE, an eagle's head, erm., murally crowned, between wings, of the last.

BIGGE, or BIGGS, an eagle's head, erm., ducally crowned, or, between wings, ar.

comp. .

BIGGS of Stockton, Wilts., a leopard's face, ppr.

BIGGS, Lond., a leopard's face, gu.

BIGGS, a griffin's head, erased.

BIGGS, Lond., a lamb, couchant, ar.

BIGGS, Eng., in dexter hand, charged with a beiidlet, ar., a serpent, vert. n

BIGLAND, Suff., a lion, passant.

BIGNELL, Eng., a wyvern, gu., wings elevated and addorsed, or, dexter on an anchor, gold. comp. ii

BIGOT, or BIGOTT, Eng., a martlet, sa.

BIGWOOD, Eng., in hand, erect, issuing from a cloud, a club, in bend sinister.

BILESBY of Bilesby, Line., a lion's head, erased, ar.

BILL, Eng., a stork's head, erased, ppr. .

BILLAM of Newall Hall, Yorks. , a dexter arm, in hand an arrow, ppr. Azincourt.

BILLCLIFFE, Targanby, Kent, a naked arm, erect, in hand a battle-axe, all ppr.

BILLERS, a snail in shell, ppr.

BILLESWORTH, a squirrel, sejant, cracking a nut, all ppr., collared, or.

BILLET, or BILLOT, an arm in armour, in hand a baton.

BILLICH, a rat, salient, sa.

BILLING, Norf., a dexter arm, vambraced, ppr., in hand an anchor, without coronet. I. ^

BILLING, and BILLINGE, Deding, Oxon., and Billinge, Lane., an arm, couped at shoulder, in fess, in hand a spear, in pale.

BILLING, a mount, sernee of quatrefoils.

. II

BILLING, or BILLINGE, a buck, passant, ppr.

- BILLINGHAM, Eng., a lion, rampant, ppr.

BILLINGHAM, a lion, rampant, double-queued,

ar.

BILLINGHURST, Suss., issuant from a human

heart a bunch of roses, ppr. BILLINGHURST, Newport, Isle of Wight, an

eagle, displayed, or, in beak a cross crosslet,

fitched, ar. comp. and

BILLINGS, Beds., an arm, embowed, vested, in

hand a covered cup.

BILLINGSLEY, on a mount, vert, a leopard,

couchant, or, spotted, sa.

comp. plates ii, , and BILNEY, Norf., a demi-griffin, ar., beweeen

paws a buckle, sa. see plate

BILSDON, Eng., a ram's head, couped, or. BILSON, or BILLSON, Hants., a bugle -horn, or,

stringed, ar., and tasselled, gold. I.

BINCKES, BINCKS, or BINKS, a winged column,

gu. i

BINDLEY, or BINDLY, out of a mural coronet,

a dexter arm, embowed, wielding a sword,

ppr. .

BINDLOSS, a demi-horse, ar.

BINDLOSSE, Borwick, Lane., and Westm., a

demi-horse, ar., ducally gorged, az.

comp. BiNDON, Iri., on amount, vert, a bull, passant,

ar.

BING, Kent, a demi-pegasus, regardant, winged,

or, holding in pale a flag, gu.

BINGE, Kent, an antelope, erm., attired, or.

BINGHAM, Lord Clanmorris, an eagle, wings

addorsed, ppr. Spes mea Christus.

comp. BINGHAM of Bingham Melcombe, Dorset, on a

rock, ppr., an eagle, rising, or. Spes mea

Christus.

BINGHAM, Dors., on a rock, ppr., an eagle,

rising, or.

BINGHAM. See Luc AN, Earl of. BINGLEY, a cross crosslet, charged with escal- lop, between wings. BINGLEY, Eng., a bear's head, erased, ar.,

muzzled and collared, gu., studded and

ringed, or. comp.

BINGLEY, Middx. and Flintshire, a pheon, ar.,

between wings, or, backed by a pellet. BINGLEY, a phoenix in flames, ppr. roi. BINKS, Durh., a lion's head, erased, between

wings, all or. -

BINKS, Eng., an eagle's head, erased, ducally

gorged, in beak a pheon.

BIN





BINNING of Walliford, Sco., a demi-horse, fur- nished for a waggon, ppr. Christo duce felicite. -

BINNING of Carloury Hall, Sco., a horse's head, furnished for a waggon, ppr. Virtute doloque. -

BINNS, Wore., a martlet. Lahore et diligentia.

BINNS, a mortar, mounted, ppr.

BINNS, Iri., in hand a close helmet, az.

BINNY, or BINNEY, Eng., in dexter hand a sword, in pale, az.

BINNY of Fearn, Sco., a horse's head, ar., bridled, gu. Virtute et opera.

BINNY, or BINNIE, Sco., a horse's head, bridled, ppr. Virtute et opera.

BIRCH, a hare, current, sa. Libertas.

BIRCH, Birch-Hall, Lane., Line., and Lond., a fleur-de-lis, ar., entwined by a serpent, ppr. ill.

BIRCH, Lane, and Salop, a demi-bird, wings displayed, sa. .

BIRCH of Wretham Hall, Norf., a fleur-de-lis, with shamrock and serpent entwined, ppr. Prudentia et simplicitate. in.

BIRCH, NEWELL-, of Henley Park, Oxford, same crest and motto.

BIRCHETT, Rye, Suss., a tiger, sejant, vert, ducally gorged and maned, or. see plate

BIRCHILL of Birchill, Chesh., a lion, rampant, az., supporting a tree, vert. see plate

BIRD of Drybridge, Heref., a martlet, gu. Cruce spes mea.

BIRD, Chesh., a martlet, ppr.

BIRD, on a dolphin, ppr., an eagle, or, wings expanded. see plate

BIRD, Westminster, a ring-dove, ppr., resting dexter on a rose, or. see plate

BIRD, Lond. and Warw., a greyhound's head, vert, erased, gu., gorged with a dove-tailed collar, or. comp.

BIRD, Derb., on a mount, vert, stump of tree, couped and eradicated, thereon a falcon, wings addorsed, all ppr. see plate

BIRD, out of an eastern coronet, a demi-lion, in dexter a cro^s crosslet. comp.

BIRKBECK, Lond. : (i.) A bow, erect, entwined by oak-branch, ppr., acorned, or. (. ) An oak-branch, ppr., acorned, or, and a rose- branch, flowered, gu., entertwined and erected. Fide, sed cui xidc.

BIRKBERKE, a nut-branch, vert, f ructed, or.

BIRKBY, on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a garb, or, banded, ar.

BIRKENHEAD, Backford, Chesh., a goat, salient, ar., attired, or, resting fore-feet on a garb, gold. see plate

BIRKENHEAD, Chesh., out of a dxical coronet, or, an arm, embowed, ppr., in hand three arrows, gold.

BIRKES, an ear of wheat and palm-branch, in saltier, ppr.

BIRKET, and BIRKETT, Eng., on a hand, couped at wrist, an eagle, rising, ppr. see plate

BIRLE, Ess., an arm, couped at shoulder, in fess, vested, in hand a cross formee, fitched, or, an arm three torteaux. comp. BIRLEY of Woodend, Cumb., a demi-boar, sa., collared, az., chain reflexed over back, or, supporting a branch of wild teazle, ppr., charged on shoulder with a mill-rind, ar. Omni liber metu. comp. -

BIS

BIRLEY of Manchester, same crest and motto. BIRLEY of Kirkham, Lancaster, same crest

and motto.

BIRMINGHAM, Norf., two lion's paws, in saltier, sa.

BIRMINGHAM, a goat's head, erased. BIRN, Iri., a dexter hand, couped, gu. BIRNAL, or BIRNALL, a greyhound's head, be- tween two roses, stalked and leaved. . BIRNEY, Broomhill, Sco., a lion's head, erased, gu. Sapere aude, incipe.

BIRNEY, Sco., in dexter hand, ppr., an anchor, erect, or, environed with clouds, ppr. Arcus, artes, astra.

BIRNEY, and BIRNIE, in dexter hand an anchor, erect. I

BIRNIE, a demi-lion, rampant.

BIRON, Eng., a mermaid, with glass and comb, ppr. Crede Byron.

BIRRELL, Eng., an arm, in armour, embowed, brandishing scimitar, all ppr.

BIRTE, Devons., a dexter arm, embowed, issu- ing from a cloud, in sinister, in hand a gar- land, all ppr. BIRTLES of Birtles, Chesh., on sinister side of a tree, vert, a lion, rampant, az. see plate BISCHOFF, Basle, a demi-lion, rampant, or.

BISCHOFF, Basle, a crosier, erect, or. . BISET, Sco., stump of oak-tree shooting branches, ppr. Exitus acta probat. BiSH, Eng., on a chapeau, a demi-lion, ram- pant. BISHOP, Sco., on a chapeau, a lion, passant, gardant, ducally crowned. comp. BISHOP, a griffin's head, erased, sa., between two laurel branches, vert. see plate BISHOP, Devons., an eagle's head, erased, gu. and or, counterchanged. . BISHOP of Holway, an eagle's head, erased.

BISHOP, Dors, and Somers., an eagle's head, erased, beaked, gold.

BISHOP, Evesham, Wore., out of a mural coro- net, ar., a griffin's head, sa., beaked, or.

comp.

BISHOP, Bart., Suss., on a ducal coronet, or, a griffin, sejant, resting dexter on an escut- cheon, ar. BISHOPPE, Bristol, Somers., a griffin, sejant,

ar., resting dexter on an escutcheon.

BISHOPSTON, Warw., an arm, issuing from a

cloud, in fess, in hand a globe.

BISPHAM, Lane., on a chapeau, gu., turned up,

erm., a lion, passant, ar., resting dexter on

an escutcheon. see plate

BISPLEAM, Eng., a stag's head, cabossed, erm.,

attired, or.

Biss, Eng., an eagle, preying on a partridge,

all ppr.

Biss, Durh., two serpents entwined, erect, or,

on a mount, vert, looking at each other, ppr.

Ayez prudence and Ntt conscire sibL

BISSE, Iri., on a mount, vert, two snakes, or,

interlaced, respecting each other, ppr, BISSELL, a demi -eagle, wings, displayed, sa., charged on neck with an escallop, or.

comp. .

BISSET, Eng. , trunk of oak-tree, sprouting, ppr.

Reviresco.

BISSET, stump of tree, eradicated, a branch

sprouting, j>pr. Re^ullulut.

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BISSET, in hand, couped, in fess, a sword, in pale, on point a garland of laurel, all ppr.

BISSET, Sco., trunk of tree, ppr., a shield, ar., pendent from branches. Revircscit.

BISSHOPP, Parham Park, Suss., on a ducal coronet, or, a griffin, sejant, ar., resting dexter on an escutcheon. Pro .Deo et ecdesia.

BISSHE. Ess., a hind, trippant, ar.

BISSHOPP, Baron, of Harringworth : (i.) On a ducal coronet, or, a griffin, sejant, ar., rest- ing fore-dexter on an escutcheon, of the last. . (). On a flag folded round a halberd, in fess, a falcon, ar. Pro Deo et ecdesia.

BlSSLAND, BlLSLAND, Or BULLSLAND, a bull's

head. Certum pete faiem. -

BISTLEY, Eng., a doric column, or.

BISTLEY, a cross pattee, gu., between wings, or.

BITSON, a bridge of three arches, ppr.

BITFIELD, a demi-wolf, rampant, pierced through shoulder and transfixed by a flag- staff, comp.

BITTERLEY, Cowdrey, Suss., out of a ducal coronet, in hand, vested, the sun, ppr. * I

BLAAUW, Suss., a demi-lion, rampant, ar. Festina lente.

BLABLEY, Devons., a tiger's head, erased, ar., out of rays, or. comp.

BLACHFORD, Eng., a demi-swan, rising, wings expanded, ar., gutte'e, az.

BLACK, Sco., a demi-lion, ppr. Non crux, sed lux.

BLACK, Eng. , a reindeer's head, ppr. , collared.

BLACK, Lond., an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., in hand a scimitar, ar. Spe vires augentur.

BLACK, Eng., an arm, embowed, vested, pur- fled at shoulder, in hand, in pale, a branch of palm, ppr. .

BLACKADER of Blackader, Sco., an adder, sa., in pale, in mouth a rose, gu., leaved and stalked. Vise a la fine. comp. no. I

BLACKALL, Devons., a tiger's head, erased, ar., out of rays, or. comp.

BLACKALL, two arms, embowed, vested, be- tween hands, ppr., a greyhound's head, erased.

BLACKBORN, BLACKBORNE, or BLACKBURN, Yorks., out of a cloud, shedding forth rays, an arm from elbow, erect, vested, gu., in hand a broken sword, ppr.

BLACKBURN, Orford Hall, Lane., an antelope's head, erased, ar.

BLACKBURN, Sco., an arm, couped at shoulder, embowed, in hand a bomb-shell, fired, ppr.

BLACKBURN, Waveri;ree Hall, Lane., and Hawford Lodge, near Wore., on a trumpet, or, a cock, statant, ppr. n

BLACKBURNE of Orford, Lane., same crest.

BLACKE, Suff. and Ess., a hand, couped.

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BLACKENSTEINER, out of a crown, or, a plume of three feathers, the centre, ar., the others, gu. co;xp.

BLACKER of Carrick Blacker, In'., an arm, in armour, in hand a battle-axe, ppr. Pro Deo et rege.

BLACKER, a nag's head, couped, az., bridled, or.

BLACKER, Bucks, and Wilts., two lions' heads, erased, collared, and addorsed.

BLACKER, Bucks., a horse's head, couped, az., bridled, or.

BLACKESTON, or BLACKISTON, Durh., a cock, or.

BLACKET, Bart., Matfen, Northumb., a hawk's head, erased, ppr. Nous travaillerons en Vesprance.

BLACKET, a hawk's head, couped, ppr.

comp.

BLACKET, or BLACKETT, Northumb., and Cal- verly, Yorks., a falcon's head, erased, ppr. Nous travaillerons en Vesperance. .

BLACKETT, of Wylam, Northumb., a hawk's head, erased, ppr. Nous travaillerons dans Vesperance.

BLACKFORD, Eng , a demi-swan, wings ex- panded, ar. '-

BLACKBALL, Sco., an annulet, or, stoned, vert.

BLACKIE, and BLACKLEY, Lane., a dragon's head, vert, ducally gorged, or.

BLACKIE, Edinr., a tiger, salient, ppr. Spero in Deo.

BLACKIE, Sco., a wolf's head, erased, ppr. Virtute etfidditate.

BLACKISTON, Lond., a cock, or.

BLACKLEY, or BLAKEY, Blackley Hall, Lane., a dragon's head, vert, ducally gorged, or.

BLACKMAN, a demi-moor, in fetters, crowned with an eastern coronet.

BLACKMAN, Lond., a griffin, erm.

BLACKMAN, and BLACKMANE, a demi-griffin, segreant, erm.

BLACKMAN, a demi-griffin, vert, semee of crescents, ar., collared, gu. Fide et fiducia.

BLACKMORE, Devons., a moor's head in profile, sa., round neck achaj)let of roses, or, leaved, vert. comp.

BLACKMORE, an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., garnished, or, supporting a standard- banner, gold, staff of the first, pointed, ar.

BLACKMORE, out of a mural coronet, an arm,

in armour, embowed, ppr., garnished, or,

without sword.

BLACKMORE, Eng., a demi-griffin, segreant,

erm.

BLACKNELL, an arm, embowed, vested, gu., in

hand four feathers. BLACKNEY, or BLACKENEY, a harpy, gardant,

ppr. ii

BLACKNOLL, and BLAKENHALL, out of a cloud,

az., in hand, fess wise, ppr., a plume of six

feathers. BLACKSHAME, Eng., an acorn, or, stalked and

leaved, vert.

BLACKSTONE, and BLACKSTON, Eng., a cock,

gu.

BLACKW ALL, Lond., in dexter hand, gauntleted,

a pheon, all ppr.

BLACKWELL, Ampney Park, Glouc., two arms,

in scale armour, embowed, between hands,

ppr., a greyhound's head, couped at neck,

gu., collared, sa.

BLACKWELL, a martlet.

BLACKWELL, Sprouston Hall, Norf., a swan's

head and neck, erased, ar., ducally gorged,

or. see plate

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BLACKWELL, a dove, issuing. -

BLACKWELL, or BLACKWALL, two arms, in mail, embowed, ppr., between hands, ar., a grey- hound's head, couped, sa., collared.

comp.

BLACKWELL of Blackwell, Derbs., a griffin's head, erased, sa., beaked, or, charged on neck with a bar gemelle, ar., and a trefoil,

slipped, erm. comp. I

BLACKWELL, Middx., a demi-lion, between paws an anchor, ppr. Petit ardua virtus.

BLACKWILL, a demi-lion, between paws an anchor, ppr.

BLACKWOOD, Bart., the sun rising from behind a cloud, all ppr. Per rias rcctas. I

BLACKWOOD, Iri., Baron, the sun in splendour. Per vias rectas. - Io

BLACKWOOD, Sco., in hand a couteau sword, ppr. Virtute parta tuemini.

BLACKWOOD, on a mount, vert, an escutcheon, ar., between two laurel- branches, ppr.

BLACKWOOD, a half -moon, ar.

BLADEN, Glastonny, Somers., a greyhound's head, erased, ppr. Toujours fidele.

BLADERIKE, a lion's head, erased, struck through mouth with a sword, in fess, all ppr. c+mp.

BLADES, Broxwell Hall, Surr., a demi-tiger, rampant, gardant, ppr., supporting a staff with banner, az., fringed, or. see plate

BLADES, Yorks., a talbot's head, erased, sa.

BLADEWELL, or BLADWELL, Staffs, and Norf., a demi-lion.

BLADFORD, Dors., in dexter hand a pistol, ppr.

BLAGE, Eng., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a martlet, ar.

BLAGE, on a broken tilting-spear, or, a lion, passant, ar., crowned, gold.

BLAGBAVE, Eng., a falcon, ppr.

BLAGBAVE, Bullnash-Court, Berks., an oak- tree, eradicated, vert.

BLAGEOVE, a palm-tree, fructed, ppr. I

BLAGBAVE of Colcot Park, Berks.: (i.) A fal- con, ppr., belled, or. . (.) An oak- tree, eradicated, ppr. . (.) Three palm- branches, ppr. Pro marte et arte.

BLAIKIE, or BLACKIE, Sco., a wolf's head, erased, ppr. Virtute et fidelitate.

BLAIKIE of Craigiebuckler, Sco., a moor's head, ppr. Fidelia.

BLAIN, BLAINE, or B LEAN, a sword, in pale, az., hilt and pommel, or. Pax aut bellum.

BLAIR, HUNTER-, Wigtownshire, Bart, a stag's head, cabossed, ppr. Vigilantia, robur, voluptas.

BLAIR, FORDYCE-, of Blair, Ayr, a stag, lodged, ppr. A mo probos.

BLAIR of Balthayock, Perth, a dove, wings expanded, ppr. Virtute tutus.

BLAIR, Sco., a garb, ppr. Virtute tutus.

BLAIB, Balmill, Sco., a Roman head, armed, ppr. Fades qualis mens talis.

BLAIB, Sco., a crescent, ar. God be my guide.

BLAIB, Sco., an eagle, rising, ppr. Virtute tutus.

BLAIB, Lethendy, Sco., a garb, ppr. Nee temere, nee timide.

BLAIR, Iri., a stag, lodged, ppr.

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BLAIR, a boar's head, couped.

BLAIR of Borgue, Sco., a dove, wings expanded, ppr. Virtute et honore.

BLAIR of Dunsky, a boar's head, couped, ppr. Virtute et honore.

BLAKE, Wilts., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a martlet, sa.

BLAKE of Kenvyle, co. Galway, a mountain- cat, passant, ppr. Virtus sola nobUitat.

BLAKE, Bart., Durh., a martlet, ar., charged on breast with a fret, gu. see plate

BLAKE, Baron. See WILLISCOURT.

BLAKE, a bear's head, sa., gorged with a collar, ar., in mouth a lion's gamb, erased, or.

see plate

BLAKE, Bart., Langham, Suff., a leopard, pas- sant, ppr. or

BLAKE, Bart., a cat, passant, gardant, ppr. Virtus sola nobUitas. comp.

BLAKE, Ess., a dragon's head, erased, ar., pel- lette"e.

BLAKE, Wilts., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erin., a martlet, sa.

BLAKE, Suff., a mountain-cat, passant, gardant, ppr. comp.

BLAKE, a mountain-cat, passant, ppr. Virtus sola nobUitat. comp.

BLAKE, JEX- Norf. : (i.) A horse's head, erased, ar., maned, or, in mouth a broken spear, gold. comp. . (.) On a morion, a martlet, all ppr. Bene prceparatum pectus.

BLAKEBOBNE, Yorks., out of a cloud, shedding forth rays, an arm, from elbow, erect, vested, gu., in hand a broken sword, ppr.

BLAKENEY of Albert, Galway, out of a ducal coronet, an arin, erect, couped at elbow, vested, gu., cuffed, ar., in hand a sword, ppr., hilt and pommel, or. Auxilium meum ab alto.

BLAKENEY, an arm, erect, couped at elbow, vested, gu., cuffed, ar., in hand a sword, ppr. AuxUium meum ab alto. comp.

BLAKENEY, Iri., out of a plume of three ostrich- feathers, an eagle, rising, ppr.

BLAKENHALL, or BLACKNOLL, in hand, ppr., out of a cloud, az., in fess, a plume of six feathers.

BLAKENY, or BLACKNEY, Norf., a harpy, gar- dant, ppr. ii

BLAKER, Salisbury, Wilts., a demi- horse, sa., ducally gorged, or. see plate

BLAKER, Portslade, Suss., a horse's head, sa., maned and bridled, or.

BLAKES, Bart., Iri., a mountain-cat, passant, gardant, ppr. Virtus sola nobUitas.

comp.

BLAKESTON, or BLAKISTON, Durh. , a cock, or, collared, combed, and wattled, gu.

comp.

BLAKISTON, Bart., Lond. and Hants., acock, gu. Do well, and doubt not.

BLAKISTON, or BLAKSTON, Eng., a cock, or.

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BLAKIT, Eng., a falcon's head, erased, ppr.

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BLAMIEE, Cumb., a wolf, sejant, ppr., chained, or. Faire sans dire. comp.

BLAMIRE of Thackwood, Cumb., a tiger, sejant.

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BLAMORE, Eng., a trout, naiant, ppr.

BLANCHARD, Lane., on a chapeau, an arm, in

armour, embowed, in hand a battle-axe.

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BLANCHARD, Wilts, and Somers., on point of sword, in pale, a mullet.

BLANCKAGAM, a dove and olive-branch, ppr.

.

BLANCKHAEDON, a falcon's claw, erased, con- joined to a plume of five ostrich-feathers.

BLANCKMAYNES, or BLANCHMAYNES, a leopard's head, gardant, erased, or.

BLAND of Blandsfort, Iri., out of a ducal coro- net, a lion's head, ppr., charged with a crescent, gu. Quo fata vacant, comp.

BLAND, DAVISON-, of Kippax Park, Yorks., out of a ducal coronet, or, a lion's head, ppr.

- BLAND, a griffin's head, couped, collared, wings

addorsed.

BLAND, a holly-branch, vert.

BLAND, a cock, gu.

BLANDFORD, Dors., in hand a pistol, ppr.

BLANE, Bart., Blanefield, Ayrsh., a sword, in

pale, ppr. Pax aut belium.

BLANE, or BLAIN, Sco., same crest and motto. BLANE, and BELEAN, Sco., same crest and

motto. BLANE, Bart., Berks., a sword, erect, ppr., hilt

and pommel, or. Paritur pax bello. BLANEY, or BLAYNEY, Lond., a horse's head,

couped, ar., in complete armour, ppr. bridled,

az.

BLANEY, Heref., a nag's head, couped, ar.,

maned and tufted, sa., bridled, gu. BLANEY, Heref., a fox, passant, ar. n BLANK, Lond., a dragon's head, erased, vert,

collared and chained, ar., in mouth a fire- brand, ppr. comp. BLANTYRE, Baron (Stewart), Sco., a dove with

olive-leaf, ppr. Sola juvat virtus. BLAQUIER, Baron, a garb, ppr., banded, or.

Tiens a la verite.

BLASHFORD, a swan, issuant, wings expanded.

BLATCHFORD, a swan's head and neck, erased,

sa., between wings, ar. I

BLATHWAITE, on a rock, ppr., an eagle, rising,

ar.

BLATHWAYT of Dyrham Park, Gloucester, and

of Langridge and Porlock, Somerset, on a

rock, ppr., an eagle, rising, ar., wings, az.

Virtute et veritate.

BLAUMESTER, Eng., a demi- savage, holding a

club over shoulder, all ppr. IO

BLAUMIRE, Thackwood, Cumb., a tiger, sejant,

g u - -

BLAVERHASSET, Eng., in dexter hand a hunt- ing horn.

BLAW, Castle Hill, Sco., in armed hand a sword, in pale, ppr.

BLAW, a demi - lion, rampant, ar. Festina lente.

BLAXTON, Eng., a goat, passant, or. n

BLAYDES of Ranby Hall, Notts., a talbot's head, erased, and erect, sa. Pro Deo, rege, et patria.

BLAYDES, Eng., a thistle, vert, flowered, gu.

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BLAYDES, a demi-leopard, salient, ppr., in dex- ter a sword, ar. see plate BLAYDES, Oulton House, Yorks., a demi- leopard, collared and chained, or, in dexter a sword, erect, ppr. comp. BLAYDES, MARVEL-, Yorks., a talbot's head,

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erased and erect, sa. Pro Deo, rege, et patria. .

BLAYKESTON of Blaykeston, Durh., a cock, or, crested and wattled, gu.

BLAYNE, Berks., a greyhound's head, ar., col- lared, az. .

BLAYNEY, Lond., a horse's head, couped, ar., in complete armour, ppr., bridle, az.

BLAYNEY of The Lodge, Evesham, Wore., a fox, ar. I rest to rise. see plate

BLAYNEY, Kensham, Heref., an ermine, pas- sant, ar. I

BLAYNEY, Baron, of Moraghan, Iri., a nag's head, couped, ar., bridled, gu., on forehead a plate of armour, in centre of which a spike, all ppr. Integra mens augustissima possessio.

BLEAYMIRE, an heraldic tiger, sejant, collared and chained. see plate

BLEDDYN, or BLEEDDYN, a boar, passant, sa., bristled, ar. II

BLEDLOW, Lond., in the sea an anchor, ppr.

BLENCOWE, Marston Hall, Oxon., a sword, in pale, handle upwards, pierced through a human heart, all ppr., between wings, ar.

BLENCOWE of Marston, North amp., same crest.

BLENERHASSET, Suff., a fox, sejant, gu.

BLENERHASSET, Suff., a wolf, sejant, gu., tail fleeted over back, langued, az.

BLENKINSOPP, LEATON-, of Hoppyland Castle, Durh., and Humbleton Hall, Northumb. : (i.) For Blenkinsopp, a lion, rampant, or. . (.) For Leaton, out of a mural coronet, two wings, expanded, ar., each charged with a cross crosslet, fitched, sa. Dieu defende le droit.

BLENMAN, Croscombe, Somers., in dexter hand, vested, a roll of parchment, ppr.

BLENNERH ASSET, Iri., in the sea a pillar, ppr.

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BLENNERHASSET, Bart., Iri., a wolf, sejant, ppr. Fortis fortuna juvat.

BLENNERHASSETT of Ballyseedy, a wolf, se- jant, ppr. Fortis fortuna juvat.

BLENSHELL, or BLINSHALL, Aberdeen, a holly- leaf, vert. Deo favente florebo.

BLESBY, or BLESBIE, Line., a griffin's head, erased, or.

BLESET, or BLESSET, Eng., an eagle, displayed,

PP r - -"

BLESSONE, Eng., a martlet, ar.

BLETSHO, Winington, Beds., a wolf's head, or,

semee of hurts, murally gorged, az.

see plate . BLEVERHASSET, or BLENERHASSET, Lowdham,

Suff., a fox, sejant, gu. or

BLEVERHASSET, Norf., a wolf, sejant, gu.

BLEWET, BLEWETT, and BLUET, Cornvv. and Devons., a squirrel, sejant, or, collared and lined, gu., in paws an acorn, gold, leaved, vert. comp.

BLEWET, BLEWITT, and BLEUETT, Eng., and Grenham, Somers., a mort head, ppr.

BLEWITT, Lond., Somers., and Monm., a squir- rel, sejant, ppr., eating an acorn, fructed, or. Spes mea in Deo. comp.

BLICK, Bucks., a leopard, passant, ar., semee of mullets, sa. comp.

BLICK and BLICKE, Eng., a hawk's lure, az., ringed, or.

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BLIGH, or BLIGHE, Cornw., a dexter arm, couped at elbow, in hand a battle-axe. .

BLIGH, a griffin's head, erased, or.

BLIGH, Kent, a griffin's head, erased, or. Finem respice.

BLIGH, Earl of Darnley, Iri., a griffin's head, erased, or. Finem respice.

BLINCKARNE, or BLINCARNE, Kent, a demi-lion, in dexter a cross, gu.

BLISS, Eng., an arm from elbow, in hand a bundle of four arrows, points downward.

BLISS, Chipping-Norton, Oxon., a garb, ppr.

BLISSETT, a sword in pale, enfiled with a thistle, ppr.

BLITHE, Lond. and Line., on top of tower, a lion, all ar.

BLITHE, Lond., a lion, sejant, gu.

BLITHE, Derb. , a peacock, or, in mouth a ser- pent, reflexed over neck, ppr.

comp. and

BLITHMAN, a demi-bear, ar., muzzled, gu., be- tween paws a battle-axe. comp.

BLIZARD, a fleur-de-lis, az.

BLIZARD, or BLIZZARD, Eng., a lady's arm, erect, on wrist a bracelet. J -

BLOCKLEY, the sun shining on a spread eagle, in flames, ppr. see plate

BLOCKLEY, Eng., the sun shining on a demi- eagle, with two heads, in flames, ppr.

comp.

BLOCKNEY, Iri., out of a ducal coronet, az., a boar's head and neck, or.

BLODLOW, a lion, rampant, sa.

BLODWELL, Suff., a demi-lion, per pale, in- dented, ar. and gu.

BLOER, Lond., a cubit arm, vested, vert, in hand, ppr., a pomme.

BLOFELD of Hoverton House, Norf., three ostrich-feathers, ar. Domino quid reddam.

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BLOIS, Bart., Grundisburgh Hall, Suff., in a gauntlet, ppr., a fleur-de-lis, ar. Je me fie en Dieu. I

BLOIS. DE-, and BLOYS, a lion, rampant, gar- dan t, gu.

BLOMBERG, Eng., two eagles' wings, addorsed, ppr.

BLOMBERG, out of a ducal coronet, a demi-lion, rampant, double-queued. comp.

BLOME, Seven Oaks, Kent, a peacock's tail, erect, or. Post virtutum curro.

. , without coronet

BLOMEFIELD, Bart., Attleborough, Norf., out of a mural coronet, ar., a demi-heraldic tiger, az., armed and tufted, or, collared, of the first, holding a broken sword, ppr.

see plate

BLOMER, or BLOOMER, Hagthorpe, Glouc., and Eng., a tiger, sejant, vert, ducally gorged, lined. see plate

BLOMFEILD, BLOMEFIELD, or BLOOMFIELD, two wings displayed, ppr.

BLOM FIELD, Rev. C., co. Suffolk, a lozenge, between wings, erect, gu. Zeal and honour.

.

BLOMMART, an arm, embowed, in hand a sword, in pale, enfiled with a savage's head, couped,

BLOND, and BLOUNT, behind the rays of the sun, or, a bull's head, sa. see plate

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BLOND, LE, Iri., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a game-cock, ppr.

BLONDELL, Eng., in dexter hand a battle-axe, all ppr.

BLONDEVILL, or BLONVILLE, Eng., a Cornish chough, ppr.

BLOOD, a buck's head, erased, ppr. , attired, or, in mouth an arrow, gold. see plate

BLOOD, Iri., a talbot's head, sa., collared, or.

BLOODWORTH, Eng., in dexter hand, in fess, gu., a cross crosslet, fitched, in pale, sa.

. II

BLOOM, a cubit arm, erect, vested, az., cuffed, ar., in hand, ppr., some slips of brown, stalked, vert, blossomed, or.

BLOOMFIELD, Baron, Iri., out of a mural coro- net, or, charged with two cinquefoils, in fess, az., a bull's head, ppr. Fortes fortuna juvat. see plate

BLOOMFIELD, a fox's head, ppr.

BLOOMFIELD, a bull's head, ppr.

BLOOMFIELD, Eng., two wings, issuing, ppr.

BLOOR, or BLOORE, Eng., an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a cutlass, all ppr. .

BLOSS, Ipswich, Suff., a demi-angel, in dexter a griffin's head, erased.

BLOSSE, LYNCH-, Bart., Iri., a wolf, passant, coward, ar. Nee temere, nee timide. n

BLOSSOM, or BLOSSOME, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, in hand a swan's head, erased.

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BLOSSOME, or BLOSSUN, Eng., a ram, passant, ppr.

BLOUNDELL, or BLUNDELL, a squirrel, sejant, or, cracking a nut, ppr. -

BLOUNDELL, Carlington, Beds., a squirrel, se- jant, gu., collared, holding a nut, or.

BLOUNT, Lord Montjoye, on a ducal coronet, or, a wolf, passant, sa. see plate

BLOUNT, Lond. and Glouc., a sea-lion, erm., rampant, ducally crowned, or. see plate

BLOUNT, the sun, or, charged with a gauntlet, sa. see plate

BLOUNT, Bart., Soddington, Wore., an armed foot in the sun, ppr. Lux tua vita mea.

BLOUNT, in a crescent, az., two swans' heads, reversed, ar., the one crossing the other, in mouth of each an annulet, gu.

BLOUYLE, Suff., a demi-lion, rampant.

BLOWER, Eng., out of a mural coronet, or, a demi-eagle, displayed, vert, vulned in breast by an arrow, feathered, ar.

BLOXAM, an anchor, in bend, sinister, or, cabled, az.

BLOXHOLMEDAX, a tree, vert, and boar, pas- sant, ar. see plate

BLOYAM, and BLOXHAM, Eng , a shuttle, az.

BLOYE, a mullet, gu., between two branches of palm, in orle, vert.

BLOYS, Ipswich, Suff., in gauntlet, ppr., purfled, or, a fleur-de-lis, gold.

BLUCK, a bull's head, erased, gu., armed, or.

BLUDDER, or BLUDER, Line, and Middx., a lion's head, erased, ar., pierced through neck with a broken spear, of the same, see plate

BLUDDER, BLUDER, BLUTHER, Lond., a lion's head, erased, ar., pierced through neck with the blade of a sword, ar., the wound, gu.

BLT

BOG

BLUDWORTH, a naked arm, embowed, ppr., in hand a wreath of laurel, vert.

BLUET, Holcolm- Regis, Devons., a squirrel, sejant, or, collared, lined, and cracking a nut.

BLUETT of Holcombe Court, Devons., a squir- rel, sejant, or, in dexter an acorn, vert, fructed, gold. In Deo omnia.

BLUETT, Eng., a squirrel, sejant, cracking a nut, ppr.

BLUFIELD, a demi-greyhound, wounded on breast with an arrow, ppr. see plate

BLUND, Eng., a cock's head, erased, gu.

BLUNDELL, Iri., on a tower, an eagle, rising, ppr. see plate

BLUNDELL, a unicorn's horn, ppr.

BLUNDELL, Hants., the sun in glory, charged on the centre with an eye, issuing tears, all ppr. Inter lachrymas micat. see plate

BLUNDELL, Eng., a hawk, in dexter an ear of wheat, ppr.

BLUNDELL, a squirrel, sejant, ppr., collared, cracking a nut, or.

BLUNDEN, Iri., on the point of a spear, a dol- phin, naiant, ppr.

BLUNDEN, Bishop's Castle, Salop, a demi- griffin, or, gorged with a fess, erm.

see plate

BLUNDESTONE, and BLUNSTONE, Suff., the sun rising, ppr. Post nubes lux.

BLUNT of Waldop House, Hants., the sun in glory, charged on centre with an eye, issuing tears, all ppr. Inter lachrymas micat.

see plate

BLUNT, Bart., Lond., same crest. Lux tua vita mea.

BLUNT, Eng., within a coronet, or, a bull's head, couped near shoulders, sa. see plate

BLUNT, Notts., a wolf, passant, sa.

BLUNT, Eng., the sun in splendour, or.

BLYTH, Sco., an arm, in armour, embowed, holding by the middle a drawn sword, point downward, all ppr.

BLYTH, Eng., a buck's head, ppr. Spero meli- ora.

BLYTH, Sir ARTHUR, K.C.M.G., So. Australia, a roebuck's head, erased, gu. , attired, or, gorged with a chaplet, vert. Inreritate victoria.

BLYTHE, Bodmyn, Cornw., a griffin's head, erased, or.

BLYTHE, Yorks., a buck's head, erased, or, attired, of the same, collared, az.

BLYTHE, Norf., a stag's head, couped, gu., gorged with a chaplet of laurel, ppr.

BLYTHE, Derbs. and Yorks., a roebuck's head, erased, attired, or, gorged, with a chaplet, vert.

BLYTHE, on the top of a tower, ppr., a lion, statant. see plate

BOADE, a rain's head, gorged with a fess, in- dented, sa., charged with three escallops, ar.

see plate

BOAG, or BOGG, a sand-glass, ppr. i

BOAK, Eng., a beacon, fired, ppr.

BOARD, Bordhill, Suss., and Lindfield, a stag, erm. Si.

BOARDMAN, Eng., a lion, sejant, collared and lined, or. I

BOASE, Cornw., a demi-lion, charged with three bezants on shoulder, and a star on hip, in paws five arrows, four in saltier, and one in fess at top, see plate

BOATFIELD, Eng., five arrows, sa., enfiled with a ducal coronet, or.

BOCK, a hawk's leg and wing, conjoined, the first belled and jessed, all ppr.

BOCKET, Eng., a horse's head, in profile, be- tween wings, addorsed.

BOCKETT, on a wreath, entwined with laurel, vert, a falcon, wings expanded and ducally gorged, or, beaked and legged, gu.

comp.

BOOKING, Suff., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a leopard, passant, ppr.

BOCKINGHAM, Suff., on a chapeau, a lion, sta- tant, gardant, collared and ducally crowned.

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BOCKLAND, or BOCKLANDE, a bull's head, erased, ar., ducally gorged, sa.

BOCKLAND, a hawk, close, regardant, ar., beaked and belled, or. comp.

BOCKLEY, the sun shining on a demi-eagle, with two heads in flames, ppr. comp.

BODDAM, Enfield, Micldx. and Ess., a stag, trippant, ppr.

BODDICOTT, BODICOTE, or BODYCOAT, a weaver's shuttle, in pale, az., threaded, ar.

BODDIE, or BODY, Ess., out of a ducal coronet, or, a staff, raguly, gu.

f*BoDDiNGTON, or BODINGTON, Eng., a lion's paw, V grasping a scimitar, all ppr. .

BODDINGTON, or BODDINTON, a demi-lion, gu., in dexter, a cross crosslet, fitched, ar.

BODE, Feversham, Kent, a greyhound's head, couped. ar., collared and ringed, sa., charged with three escallops. comp.

BODELL, a dexter arm, embowed, vested, stab- bing with a sword, a squirrel, sejant, regard- ant, ppr.

BODELSGATE, Cornw., a horse's head, erased, ar. I

BODENFIELD, an eagle's head, erased, between wings, ar., ducally crowned, or. see plate

BODENHAM of Kotherwas, Heref., a dragon's head, erased, sa. Veritas liberabit.

BODENHAM, Heref., out of a ducal coronet, or, a wing, sa. I

BoDENHAM, Heref., a dragon's head, erased, sa.

BODINGTON, a demi-lion, rampant, gu., in dex- ter, a cross crosslet, fitched, ar.

BODKIN of Amiagh, Iri., a wild boar, ppr. Crom-a-boo.

BODKIN, Eng., a pillar, sa. .

BODLEY, or BODLEGH, Devons., on a ball, az., encircled with rays, or, a ducal coronet.

BODLEY, Streatham, SUIT. , a bull' s head, or.

BODLEY, a demi-wolf, between paws a ducal coronet, all ppr. see plate

BODRIGAN, a dexter hand, erect, round wrist a ribbon. comp.

BODWIDA, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., in hand a fleur-de-lis, or.

BODYHAM, Eng., a pegasus at speed, wings ad- dorsed, and ducally gorged. comp.

BOEHM, BOHEM, and BOEHAM, between two elephants' trunks, a horse-shoe, comp.

BOEVY, CRAWLEY-, Bart., Glouc., on a mount, vert, a heron, ppr., collared, or, in dexter^, a saltier, gold. Esse quam videri. see plate i'l

BOGER, Eng., an eagle, wings expanded, sup- porting a flag.

BOGG, Sutterin, Line., a bat, displayed, ar., armed, or. -

Boa





BOL,

BOGGIS, or BOGGS, the sail of a ship, ppr. I BOGIE, and BOGGIE, Eng., a lamb, supporting

a flag. Deus pastor meus.

BOGLE, Sco., a rose, slipped and leaved, ppr.

Dulcedine. -

BOGLE, Sco., a rose, stalked and leaved, ppr.,

thereon a bee feeding, sa. E labore dulce

do. - I

BOGLE, a ship in full sail, ppr. Spe meliore

vehor.

BOGLE, Eng , a tower, ppr.

BOGLEY, Eng., a cross, sa., on three grieces,

gu. -

BOHUN, DE, a wolf, current, ppr. I

BOHUN, Tressingfield, Suff., on a chapeau, a

quatrefoil, pierced, erm., in centre, a bezant. BOIDELL, Eng., a greyhound's head, erased,

az.

BOILEAU, Eng., a heart inflamed, ppr. BOILEAU, Bart., of Tacolnstone Hall, Norf.,

in a nest, or, a pelican in her piety, ppr.,

charged on breast with a saltier, gu. JJe

tout man coeur. comp.

Bois, a stag's head, ar., attired, gu., between

attires a mound, or. see plate

Bois, Eng., a lion, rampant, gu.

BOKELAND, a lion, rampant, between paws a

pair of scales, ppr. BOKELAND, Eng., an eagle's head, couped, gu.,

between wings. .

BOKENHAM, Norf., three mullets, in cheveron.

BOKENHAM, Norf., a lion, rampant, gu. BOKINGE, or BOKING, Suff., a man's head,

couped at shoulders, ar., hair, vert. *. BOLAINE, or BOLOINE, Lond., a bull's head,

couped, ar.

BOLAND, Devons., out of a ducal coronet, or,

an arm, in hand three arrows, in bend, sini- ster. I BOLBECK, or BOLEBECK, a lion, sejant, support- ing with dexter a broken lance, all ppr.

. II BOLCOLE, a demi-reindeer, ppr., collared,

traced, and charged on shoulder with an

etoile, or. BOLD, or BOLDE, Eng., out of a ducal coronet,

gu., a griffin's head, sa., between wings, or.

see plate BOLD of Bold, Lane., a griffin, segreant, sa.,

beaked and legged, or.

BOLD of Bold, Lane., out of a ducal coronet,

gu., a demi-eagle, sa., winged, or. BOLDEN of Hyning, Lancaster: (i.) Out of a

ducal coronet, or, a tiger's head, ar. II. i.

(.) A swan, or. Pour bien desirer. II BOLDERO, and BOLDEROWE, Eng., a torteau,

vert.

BOLDERO, Suff., a greyhound, sejant. Audax

ero.

BOLDERS, a greyhound, current, ar. .

BOLDORNE, and BOLDRON, Eng., a greyhound,

current, gu., collared, or. comp.

BOLDROWE, Suff., in lion's gamb, ar., a saltier,

az. BOLEBEC, or BOLEBECK. Eng., a lion, sejant, in

dexter a broken lance, all ppr.

BOLEINE, a bull's head, couped, ar., langued,

gu., charged on neck with crescent, or.

see plate BOLES, Eng., out of a mural coronet, az., a

lion's head, ar.

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BOLEYN, BOLLENS, or BOLLIN, Eng., two

branches of thorn, in orle, ppr.

BOLGER, Eng., a dexter arm, embowed, ppr.,

in hand three ears of rye.

BOLGER, St. Austins, Iri., an escallop reversed,

or. Deus nobis htxc otio fecit. -

BOLHALTH, Eng., from top of tower, an arm,

embowed, in hand a spear, in fess. I BOLINGBROKE, Viscount (St. John), on a mount,

ppr., a falcon, rising, belled, or, ducally

gorged, gu. Nee qucerere, nee spernere hono-

rem.

BOLLAND, Clapham, Surr., an eagle's head,

erased, ppr., gorged with a collar, erm., in

beak a peg, sa. see plate

BOLLAND, Eng., a hart, trippant, ppr., armed,

or.

BOLLEN, Eng., a talbot, gu., collared and

leashed, or. .

BOLLERS, Eng., an arm, vested and embowed,

in fess, in hand a cross crosslet, fitched. BOLLES, Middx., and Scampton, Line., a buck's

head, ar., attired, or.

BOLLES, Suff., a cock crowing, or, combed,

wattled, and armed, gu.

BOLLINGBROKE, BOLLNGBROOK, and BOLLINS-

BROOK, a Spanish hat, az., turned up, ar., in front three feathers. n

BOLLS, Eng., a cock crowing, or, combed, armed, and wattled, gu.

BOLNEY, Berks, and Suss., a skeleton's head, couped at shoulders, ppr., in mouth a fire- brand, or, flammant at ends, ppr.

comp.

BOLOURD, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-eagle, gu.

BOLRON, a dove, volant, sa.

BOLRON, Eng., an arm, embowed, in hand a sword, in pale, enfiled with a savage's head.

BOLSTRED, a bull's head and neck, gu., attired, ar., between wings expanded, of the last.

BOLSTRODE, Eng., a bull's head, couped, gu,, armed, or.

BOLT, or BOULT, a stork, ppr. .

BOLTER, Eng., a lion's head, erased, sa., im- perially crowned, or.

BOLTHORPE, a demi-tiger, salient, or, ducally gorged, ar.

BOLTON, Iri., a stag's head, erased, ar.. pierced through nose with an arrow. see plate

BOLTON of Bective Abbey, co. Meath, a hawk, belled, ar.

BOLTON, Baron (Powlett), a falcon, wings ex- panded, and belled, or, charged on breast and wings with three etoiles, in fess, gu., gorged with a ducal coronet, az., in beak a salmon, ppr. Aymezloyaulte. comp. IO

BOLTON, a bolt, gu., in a tun, or.

BOLTON, Suff., a falcon, close, ar., charged on breast with a trefoil, slipped, vert, beaked and belled, or. see 'plate

BOLTON, BOLTONE, or BOLTOUN, a horse, cur- rent, saddled and bridled.

BOLTON, Lane., a hawk, ar., belled, or.

BOLTON, or BOULTON, Lane, and York., a buck's head, erased, ar., attired, or, gorged with chaplet, vert, pierced through neck with an arrow, gold. see plate

BOLTON, a falcon, ar., wings expanded, or.

loo.

BOM

BOO

BOMFORD, Iri., an eagle, displayed, in dexter a dagger. -

BOMONT, an ostrich, wings expanded, ar.

see plate

BON, LE, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, or, a plume of ostrich-feathers, ar. Confido.

BONAR, Lond., and Chiselhurst, Kent, a sword, in pale, blade, ppr., hilt and pommel, or.

BONAR, a sword, in pale, ppr. Denique ccelum.

BONAR of Kimmerghame, Berwick: (i.) A

crusader's sword, . (.) Two ban- ners, crossed. - BOND, Peckham, Surr., and Cornw., a demi- pegasus, az. I o BOND, a lion, sejant, erm. BOND, or BONDE, Eng., an old man's head, in profile, ppr., hair, sa. BOND, Saltash, Cornw., out of a ducal coronet, or, a cubit arm, erect, in armour, sa., gar- nished, gold, in hand a sword, ppr. BOND, Iri., an ostrich-head between two branches of palm, in orle. BOND, Bart., Iri., a lion, sejant, ar. BONDE, Dorchester, a demi - pegasus, az., winged and guttee d'or. BONDE, a lion, sejant, ar. . BONDIVILLE, Yorks., a stag's head, ppr. BONE, Sco., a goat, statant, in mouth a branch of oak, all ppr. BONE, a bone and palm branch, in saltier, ppr.

BONE, or BOUN, Eng., a sword and key, in sal- tier, ppr.

BONEHAM, and BONHAM, Eng., a pheon, in

pale, with part of broken shaft.

BONEKILL, Sco., a demi-man, in armour, in

dexter a sword, all ppr.

BONEKILL, Sco., in hand a buckle, or. .

BONELL, Derby, a demi-lion, rampant, sa.

BONEST, Lond., a talbot's head, couped, ar.

BONFOY, or BUNFOY, Hease, Middx., an arm, couped and erect, in armour, ppr., in hand a cross calvary, gu.

BONHAM, Wilts., stump of tree, in fess, sprout- ing, ensigned with a fleur-de-lis. BONHAM, Ess., a mermaid, ppr. BONHAM, Petersfield, Hants., a dragon's head, ar., gutte"e-de-sang. BONIFACE, Suss., a talbot, passant, sa. BONNELL, Norf., a lion, rampant, or, between paws a cross crosslet, az. see plate BONNELL, Lond., a demi-lion, erased, or, pel- lette"e, supporting a spear. see plate BONNER, a unicorn's head, couped, between wings, in mouth a trefoil. see pi-ate BONNER, Oxon., a talbot's head, ar., collared, az., studded, edged, and ringed, or. BONNET, Lond., a unicorn's head, couped, vert. Rara bonitas. BONNETT, Eng., an arm, in armour, in hand a cross crosslet, fitched, az. BONNEY, Eng., a square padlock, ppr. BONNIMAN, Sco., a spur, between wings, ppr.

BONSHAW, in dexter hand, issuing from a

cloud, in fess, a sword, in pale, on point a

garland of laurel, all ppr. Mente manuquc.

comp.

BONSOR, SUIT., on a staff raguly, or, in fess,

a wolf, passant, sa., collared, chain reflexed over back, gold.

BONTEIN, Sco., an arm, in hand a sword, ppr. Fortiter etfide. -

BONTEIN, Eng., a cross crosslet and two palm- branches, in saltier.

BONTEIN, and BONTEINE, Sco., an armillary sphere, ppr. Soli Deo gloria. I

BONTEN, a griffin, segreant, in dexter a sword, in pale. comp. and

BONTIEN, out of a ducal coronet, or, an eagle, rising, purp.

BONTON, Eng., an arm from elbow, in hand a mill-rind, ppr.

BONUS, and BONEST, Lond., a talbot's head, couped, ar.

BONVILE, Devons., a stag's head, ppr. BONVILL, a demi-lion, rampant, supporting an anchor, ppr.

BONWICK, burr., a lion's head, erased, gu., charged with an etoile, or. see plate

BOODAM, Eng., an etoile of eight rays, or. BOODLE, Eng., a horse's head, neck trans- pierced with spear, in bend, ppr. BOOER, Eng., a wolf's head, erased, erm. BOOKER, Iri., a crow feeding, ppr. BOOKER, Lond. and Notts., a swan, collared and lined, ppr. BOOKER of Cobrey Park, Heref., a demi-eagle, displayed. BOOKEY, a dove, volant, ar., in mouth a sprig, vert. . BOON, or BOONE, Eng., a bell, ppr. I BOON, or BOONE, in hand a sheaf of arrows, points downward, ppr. BOORMAN, Kent, a demi-lion, in dexter a mullet, gu. Audaciter. BOORNE, Lond. and Ess., a tiger, sejant, gu., maned, tufted, and tailed, or. BOORNE, out of a ducal coronet, a stag's head, ar. I BOORNE, Battle, Suss., a stag's head, erased, gu., attired and guttle, ar. BOORS, Eng., an eel, naiant, az. no. BOOT, or BOOTE, a greyhound, couchant, be- tween two branches of laurel, in orle. . BOOTH, Derbs., a demi-St. Catherine, ppr., couped at knees, vested, ar., crowned, or, in dexter a Catherine wheel, in sinister a sword, point downward.

BOOTH, Salford, Lane., two laurel-branches, vert, in orle, thereon a lion, passant, ar. Non mihi, sed Deo et regi.

BOOTH, Bart., Ess., a lion, passant, ar., gorged with a bar-gemelle, in dexter a chaplet of laurel, vert. Deus adjuvat nos. see plate BOOTH, GORE, Bart, Iri.: (i.) A lion, rampant, ar. Quod ero spcro.. (.) A wolf, ram- pant, ar. In hoc signo vinces and Genii cequus utrique.

BOOTH of Glendon Hall, Northamp., a lion, passant, ar. Quod ero spero. I

BOOTH, a lictor's rod. ppr.

BOOTH, or BOOTHE, Chesh., a lion, passant, ar.

. i

BOOTH, Twemlow, Chesh., a lion, passant,

charged on shoulder with a hank of cotton,

ppr. comp.

BOOTH, Berks., a porcupine's head, erased.

BOOTH, Eng., a boar's head, erased, erect, sa.

- BOOTH, a demi-leopard, rampant. I

BOO

BOS

BOOTH, Kellingham, Line., a boar's head, erased and erect, sa., armed, or, in mouth a spear-head, ar. comp. I

BOOTH, Eng., on a chaplet, vert, a lion, pas- sant, ar. Non mi/ii, sed Deo et regi.

BOOTH, a boar's head, couped, sa.

BOOTHBY, Bart., Broadlow Ash, Derbs., a lion's paw, erased, erect, or. Mors Christi, mors mortis mihi.

BOOTLE, Eng., a leopard, couchant, or, spotted, gu. ii.

BOOTLE, Wilbraham. See SKELMERSDALE.

BOOTLE, a demi-lion, rampant, regardant, ppr., between paws an antique oval shield, gu., rimmed, or, charged with a cross patonce, crossed, ar. comp. plate

BOOTY, Suff., on a mount, vert., in hand, ppr., couped at wrist, a sword, ar., hilted, or.

BORASTER, Heref., Wore., and Berks., out of a mural coronet, sa., a griffin's head, or, gorged with a fess between two bars -gem elle, gu. see plate

BORDELAYS, BORDELEYS, BORDELEY, Or BOR-

DELOYS, Camb., an Indian goat, salient, in mouth a branch of trefoil. comp.

BOREHAM, or BORHAM, Eng., on a mural coro- net, ppr., a serpent, nowed, vert. III. I

BOREHONT, Hants., on a mural coronet, ppr., a serpent, nowed, vert. III. I

BORELACE, a boar's head, couped at neck, in mouth a rose. comp.

BORELANDS, a broken lance, ppr. Press through.

BORELL, or BURRELL, Heref., and Brommer Park, North umb., a naked arm, embowed, ppr., charged with three pellets, in hand a bunch of leaves, vert, fructed, or.

comp.

BORLEY, and BORSELEY, Wilts., in front of a rock a Cornish chough, ppr.

BOREMAN, Eng., on stump of tree, an eagle, rising, ppr.

BORESTON, or BORRESTON, Eng., a parrot, vert.

Il.

BORGOINE, Eng., a marigold, on top a bee, all ppr. comp. i

BORLACE, Treluddro, Cornw., a boar's head, couped at neck, between two roses, stalked and leaved, vert, see plate

BORLAND, and BORLANDS, Sco., a broken lance, ppr. Press through.

BORLAND, Eng., a bull's head, erased, ar., du- cally gorged, sa.

BORLASE, Bockmer, Bucks., a wolf, passant, regardant, ar., struck in shoulder with an arrow, or, held in mouth.

BORMAN, Devons. and Somers., a bull's head, erased, or, attired, sa.

BORMINGHALL, Eng., a wolf's head, erased, gu.

BORMINGHALL, Eng., a wolfs head, gu.

BORNE, Kent, a lion, sejant, or, collared, az., resting fore-dexter on a pellet, see plate

BORODAILE, a dragon's head, erased, ppr.

BORODAILE, a dragon's head, ppr.

BORON, a dragon's head and wings, sa.

BOROUGH, Line., and Richmond, Yorks., a ewan's head and neck, ar., beaked, gu.

see plate

BOROUGH, Bart., Baseldon Park, Berks., three plates surmounted by a plume of five ostrich- feathers, ar. Survez moi. see plate log

BOROUGH, Sandwick, Kent, a dove, standing on a snake, ppr. no.

BOROUGH, or BURGH, Eng., a falcon, rising, erm., billed, and ducally gorged, or.

BOROUGH, Eng., two wings, addorsed, erm.

BORRADAILE, BORRODAILE, Or BORADAILE, Out

of a tower, a demi -grey hound, between paws a branch of laurel, all ppr.

BORRER of Henfield, Suss., a buck's head, ppr., erased, in mouth an auger. Fide laboro.

see plate

BORRETT, Lond., a boar's head and neck, erased, gu., neck transpierced with broken spear, gold, end held in mouth.

comp. and . I

BORRETT, Yorks., a lion, passant, ppr. i

BORROW, Derbs., on a mount, an eagle, regard- ant, wings expanded, all ppr., supporting with dexter a shield, or. comp.

BORROWES, Bart., Iri., a lion, sejant, ar., du- cally crowned, or. Et vi et virtute. see plate

BORROWES, or BORROWS, Iri., a boar's head, erased, in fess, with sword thrust through under jaw, in pale, and issuing out of mouth.

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BORROWES, or BORROWS, Eng., a crane, sup- porting with dexter an anchor. n

BORROWMAN, Sco., a demi-man, in armour, bran- dishing a sword, ppr. Pro patria.

BORSELLE, Eng., over stump of oak-tree an eagle, volant, ppr. comp.

BORSLEY, in front of a rock a Cornish chough.

BORSTON, Eng., a dagger, in pale, az., pommel, or.

BORTHWICK, a withered rose-bush, sprouting anew from root. Virtus post facia.

BORTHWICK of Crookston, Sco., a moor's head, couped, ppr. Qui conducit and Fide et spe. -

BORTHWICK, Sco., a dexter hand, couped, apau- me'e, charged with an eye, ppr. Mente manuque.

BORTHWICK, Hartside, Sco., a hart's head, erased, gu.. attired, or, devouring a serpent, ppr. Ccditus datum.

BORTHWICK, Muirhouse, Sco., a pelican, wings expanded, or, vulning breast, ppr. Ex vul- nere solus. -

BORTHWICK, Sco., a Saracen's head, affronte'e, ppr. Qui conducit.

BORTHWICK, Sco., a negro's head, sa. Qui con- ducit. I-I

BORTHWICK, Sco., an eagle, displayed, sa., charged on breast with a saltier. Fide et spe.

BORTHWICK, Mayshiels, Sco., an eagle, rising, ppr. Nee deerit operi dextra.

BORTON, Stapleford, a boar's head, couped, or,

in mouth a branch of laurel. see plate

( BORTON, Suff., a boar's head, ppr.

BOSANQUET, Eng., out of a tower, ppr., a lady, in hand a cross, gu.

BOSANQUET of The Forest House, Epping, and of Dingeston, Monm., a demi-lion, rampant, couped, gu.

BOSANQUET of Broxbournbury, Herts., same crest.

BOSCAWEN, Cornw., a falcon, ppr.

BOSCAWEN. Cornw., a boar, passant, gu., armed and membered, ar.

BOS

BOU

BOSCOWEN, a boar, passant, or, collared and lined. , II

BOSCOWEN, Earl of Falmouth : (i.) A boar, passant, gu., armed, bristled, and unguled, or. In coelo quies. . (.) A. falcon, close, ppr., belled, or. Patience passe science.

BOSGRAVE. Eng., a boar's head, erased, ar., between two oak-branches, vert, fructed, or.

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BOSNE, and BOSNEY, Eng., a cockatrice, dis- played. BOSOM, BOSOME, and BOSSUM, Cornw., a tree

growing out of a mount, ppr.

Boss, Durh., out of a naval coronet, an arm,

in hand a billet, all ppr. Cada uno eshijo

de sub obras. comp.

BOSTOCK, Abingdon, Berks., an antelope, ar.,

attired, or.

BOSTOCK, Salop, a martlet, ar.

BOSTOCK, Chesh., on stump of tree, erect, ar.,

a bear's head, erased, sa., muzzled, or.

see plate

BOSTOCK, Chesh., an antelope, or.

BOSTON, Baron, Line. (Irby), a Saracen's head,

ppr. Honor fidelitatis prcemium. BOSTON, Sco., a dove, between two branches

of laurel, in orle, ppr.

BOSTON, Eng., a horse's head, in armour, ppr.

BOSTRADEPONS, Sco., an etoile of eight points,

radiated, or. BOSUM, Norf., a talbot's head, erased, ar.,

eared, and ducally crowned, or.

Bos VILE, or BOSVILLE, Iri., a bull, statant,

hinder part behind a clump of oak-trees,

ppr. see plate

BOSVILLE, Eng., a cock's head, erased. BOSVILLE, and BOSSEVILLE, behind an oak-tree,

a ram, passant, all ppr. see plate

Bos WELL, Bart., Auchinleck, Ayrs., a falcon,

ppr., hooded, gu., belled, or. Vrayefoy.

Bos WELL, Sco., same crest and motto. BOSWELL, Sco., a falcon's head, couped, ppr.

- BOSWELL, Yorks., out of a wood, ppr., a bull,

passant, ar. see plate

BOSWELL, Yorks. and Kent, a lion's head. BOSWELL, Glassmount, Sco., a lark, volant,

ppr. Nothing venture, nothing have. BOSWELL, Dowen, Sco., same crest. I hope for

better. BOSWELL, Balmuto, Sco., in hand a scimitar,

ppr. Fortiter.

BOSWORTH, Eng., a lily, slipped and leaved,

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BOSWORTH, a demi-lion, rampant, ppr. Animus

valet.

BOTATORT, or BOTETOURT, Norf., out of a mural

coronet, six spears, in saltier, ppr. I BOTELER, Teston, Kent, two eagles supporting

a vine, ppr. Aquilce intern, pocula. BOTELER, Hatfield-Woodhall, Herts., an arm,

in armour, embowed, in hand a sword, ppr.

BOTELL, and BOTHELL, Ess., a marigold, ppr.

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BOTELLER, Eng., a covered cup, or. BOTERWIKE, a hawk, in dexter an ear of wheat,

ppr.

BOTESHED, Eng., a stag s head, ar.

BOTEVILE, BOTEVILLE, or BONTEVILLE, Salop,

a reindeer, or. J'ay bonne cause.

BOTFIELD of Norton Hall, Northamp., and

Decker Hill, Salop, a reindeer, or. J'ay

bonne cause.

BOTFIELD, a buck, statant, ppr.

BOTH, or BOTHE, Eng., on a tower, embattled,

a flag, displayed.

BOTHWELL, Sco", a naked boy pulling top of a

pine-tree. Obduram adversus urgentia.

BOTTLER, a cinquefoil, gu.

BOTLEY, Berks., a boar's head and neck, sa.,

ducally gorged, or. Probitate.

BOTOCKS'HED, Eng., a stag's head, ar.

BOTREAULX, or BOTREAUX, a dove, standing on

a hill, ppr.

BOTREAUX, a man, vested, gu., cap, ppr., legs,

ar., holding a flail.

BOTREULX, or BOTREUX, Cornw., two laurel- branches in saltier, ppr. comp. BOTT, Staffs., on a glove, a falcon, ppr. BOTTELER, Iri., a cock's head and neck, vert, combed, wattled, beaked, and ducally gorged, or, between two dragons' wings, expanded, ar. see plate BOTTELEY, BOTILLY, or BOTLEY, a boar's head and neck, sa., ducally gorged, or. BOTTELL, Eng., an escallop, az. I BOTTILER, Eng., a cinquefoil, vert. BOTTLESHAM, Eng., an escallop, between wings.

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BOTTOMLEY, Yorks., out of a tower, a demi- lion, ppr. Fortiter Jideliter etfeliciter. BOTTONLEY, a hawk, standing on a fish, ppr.

BOUCHE, Eng., a Saracen's head, couped at shoulders, affrontee, ppr., wreathed, ar., and sa.

BOUCHER, an owl, ppr. Non vi sed voluntate.

BOUCHER, Salisbury, Wilts., a greyhound, se- jant, ar., collared, or. . BOUCHER, Eng., an old man's head, in profile, couped at shoulders, ppr., on head a cap.

BOUCHERETT of Willingham and Stalling- borough, Lincoln, a cockatrice, or. Primd voce salutat.

BOUCHIER, Little Stainbridge, Ess., a grey- hound, sejant, ar., ducally gorged, or.

see plate

BOUCHIER, Eng., an owl, ppr. .

BOUGE, Thurcaston, Leic., a bat, displayed, ar.

- BOUGH, Sco., stump of oak-tree, sprouting

branches, ppr. Quod ero spero.

BOUGHEY, Cotton, Staffs., an angel praying,

between two branches of laurel, in orle, ppr.

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BOUGHEY, FLETCHER-, Bart., Betley Court, Staffs.:, (i.) For Fletcher, a plate, charged with a pheon, point downward. (.) For Boughey, out of an eastern crown, gold, points alternately or and ar., a buck's head, ermines, attired and collared, of the first. Nee gucerere, nee spernere, honorem.

see plate

BOUGHS, stump of tree, sprouting, ppr., from

one of branches a shield, gu.

BOUGHTON, Eng., a stork's head, erased, in

beak an eel. .

BOU





BOW

BOUGHTON, Warw., a lion's head, couped, or.

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BOUGHTON, Eng., a goat's head, couped, per pale, ar. and gu. -

BOUGHTON, ROUSE- Bart., \Varw.: (i.) For Boughton, a stork's head, erased, in beak a snake, ppr. . (.) For Rouse, a man's head, ppr., head surrounded and crossed by a ribbon, knotted at top, and flowing from sides, ar. Omne bonum Dei donum.

BOULBY, or BOWLBT, two branches of thorn, in orle.

BOULD of Bould, Lane., out of a ducal coro- net, or, a griffin's head, sa., beaked, gu., between wings, gold. loo.

BOULING, Eng., a garb, or.

BOULSTED, and BOULSTRED, Devons., a bull's head, gu., between wings.

BOULT, Eng., a morion cap, ppr. I

BOULTBEE, a stag's head, erased, ppr.

BOULTBEE, or BOULTBIE, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, a demi-boar, ppr. -

BOULTON, Norf. and Yorks., on a holly-bush, vert, fructed, a hawk, rising, ppr.

BOULTON, Gibbon Grove, Surr., a hawk, ar., collared, legged, and belled, gu., wings ex- panded, dexter supporting a shield.

BOULTON, Eng., a horse, at full speed, saddled and bridled.

BOUND, Eng., on top of tower, a lion, rampant.

BOUNN, or BOUN, Eng., a sword and key, in saltier, ppr. - I

BOURCH, Iri., a demi-lion, rampant, gu., in dexter a fleur-de-lis, or.

BOURCHER, BOURCHIR, or BOURCHIER, Eng., a

man's head, in profile, ppr., couped at shoulders, crowned with a ducal coronet, gold, and issuing therefrom a cap, tasselled, turned forward, gu.

BOURCHER, Wore., on a mount, vert, a grey-

/ hound, sejant, ar., ducally gorged and lined,

or. comp. .

BOURCHIER, a greyhound, salient, ar. -

/BOURCHIER, Ess. and Lond., a greyhound,

sejant, ar., ducally gorged, or. comp. .

BOURCHIER, Eng. , a mullet of six points.

BOURDELAIN, and BOURDILLON, on a chapeau, a martlet.

BOURDEN, Eng., a bunch of grapes, ppr.

BOURDON, Eng., a gilliflower, ppr.

BOURDON, Sco., a lion, rampant, ar., holding a battle-axe, ppr. see plate

BOURGES, Somers., a camel's head, erased, ppr., bezantee. comp.

BOURK, Iri., a demi-cat, sa.

BOURK, on a ducal coronet, or, a cat, sejant, ppr. comp.

BOURKE, on a chapeau, a lion, sejant, gardant.

BOURKE, Earl of Mayo. See MAYO.

BOURKE, Middx., a lion, couchant, gardant, tail issuing from between hind legs, or, charged on shoulder with a fleur-de-lis, az. Chacun le sien.

BOURKE of Thornfield, Iri., a mountain-cat, sejant, gardant, ppr., collared and chained, or. In cruce solus. comp.

BOURN, Surr., between wings, a peacock's head, in mouth a serpent, tail coiled round neck. Pro lonis admcloria. .

BOURNE, Iri., between wings, a peacock's head, in mouth a serpent, tail coiled round neck. II-

BOURNE, Lond., out of clouds, ppr., an arm, erect, vested, or, cuffed, ar., in hand, ppr., a pheon by the point, sa.

BOURNE, Wells, Somers., a demi-tiger, ar., armed, maned, and tufted, sa., gorged with a collar, erminois.

BOURNE, Chesterton, Oxon., a pegasus. current, wings addorsed, gu., semee of etoiles, or, in mouth a rose, stalked and leaved, ppr.

comp.

BOURNE of Hilderstone Hall, Staffs., on a mount, vert, a pegasus, salient, charged on body with two fountains, ppr., in mouth a trefoil, vert. Ucec omnia transeunt.

comp.

BOURNE of Stalmine Hall, Lancaster, an heraldic tiger, sejant, or, gutte'e-de-sang, resting dexter on a cross pattde, gu. Esse quam videri. see plate

BOURNE of Hackinsall, Lancaster, same crest and motto.

BOURNE, Lane., same crest. Semper vigilans.

Bous FIELD, out of a ducal coronet, an eagle's head, ppr. comp.

BOUSTEAD, Eng., on a lion's head, erased, a chapeau, all ppr.

BOU'TFLEUR, a fleur-de-lis, az.

BOUVERIE, DBS, a demi- eagle, displayed, with two heads, sa., gorged with a ducal coronet, or, charged on breast with a cross crosslet, ar. see plate

BOUVERIE, Earl of Radnor. See RADNOR.

BOUVERIE of Delapre* Abbey, Northamp., a demi-eagle, with two heads, displayed, sa., ducally gorged, or, on breast a cross crosslet, ar. Patria cara, carior libertas. see plate

JBouviER, Eng., an eagle, wings expanded and inverted, ppr.

BOUWEN, Eng., a tent, gu., garnished, or.

BOVER, Eng., a goat's head, ppr.

BOVER, Appleton, Chesh., a goat's head, couped, sa., horned and charged with a fleur-de-lis.

BOVEY, Wordon Abbey, Beds., and Stow, Cambs., in lion's paw, erect and erased, a bow, stringed, gold.

BOVIL, and BOLVILE, Eng., a dtmi-friar, in dexter a crucifix.

BOVILE, and BOVYLE, Eng., a bull, passant.

BOVILE, BOVYLE, and BOVYLL, Eng., a bull, passant, quarterly, sa. and or.

Bow, Sco., a lion's head, erased, ppr. Fideliter.

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BOWATER, Lond., out of clouds, a rainbow, ppr.

comp. BOWCHER, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-

pelican, vulning, ar.

BOWDAN, and BOWDEN, Eng., a bezant, charged with a lion's head, erased, gu., collared, ar.

- BOWDEN, Derbs., a heron's head, erased, or.

BOWDEN, Surr., in front of a battle-axe and . tilting spear, in saltier, or, a heron's head,

erased, sa.

BOWDITCH of Bowditch, Dors., seven arrows,' or, barbed and feathered, ar., six in saltier, one in pale.

BOW j

BOWDLER, a dexter arm, embowed, in hand an arrow, all ppr. -

BOWDON, on a chapeau, a fox, sejant.

BOWDON, Staffs., out of a ducal coronet, a denii-eagle, displayed.

BOWDON of Beightonfields, Derby: (i.) A heron's head, erased, ppr., beaked, and charged on neck with three ermine spots, sa. . (. ) Out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-eagle, displayed, ppr. Vanus est honor.

BOWDON, BUTLER-, of Pleasington Hall, Lane. : (i.) For Bowdon, a lion, passant, ar., langued, gu. i. (.) For Butler, a covered cup, or. Comme je trouve. comp.

BOWELL, Berry Court, Hants., a lion's head, erased.

BOWEN, Iri., in hand, issuing from a cloud, in fess, a sphere.

BOWEN, Swansea, a stag, statant, vulned in back with an arrow, all ppr.

BOWEN, WEBB-, of Camrose, Pemb., a lion, ram- pant, sa.

BOWEN of Troedyrawr, Card., a nag's head, bridled.

BOWEN, Oxon., an arm, couped at elbow, and erect, vested, sa., cuffed, erm., in hand, ppr., a chaplet of laurel, vert. comp.

BOWEN, a stag, trippant, ppr. Cautus afuturo.

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BOWER, or BOOER, Lond., a wolf's head, erased, erm.

BOWER, Dors., a talbot's head, erased, or. BOWER of Iwerne House, Dors., a. talbot's head, ar. Hope wett and have well. BOWER, Oxenfield, Durh., a human leg, couped at thigh, ppr., charged above knee with a plate, dropping blood, ppr. comp. BOWER of Wellham, Yorks., a human leg, couped at thigh, transpierced by a broken spear, in bend, ppr. Esse quam videri. BOWER, Kellerby, Yorks., same crest. BOWER, Eng., a demi-moor, ppr., holding a drawn bow and arrow, or.

BOWER, a talbot's head, sa.

BOWER, Sco., a dexter and sinister arm shoot- ing an arrow from a bow, all ppr. Ad metam.

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BOWER, Yorks., an escallop, ar. i

BOWER, a bow and a sheaf of arrows, in saltier,

all ppr. Ad metam.

BOWERBANK, Eng., a demi - savage, ppr.,

wreathed about head and middle with

leaves, vert.

BOWERMAN, Eng. , a goat's head, erased, or.

BOWERMAN, or BOWREMAN, Devons. and Wilts.,

a goat's head, erased, or, horns twisted, or

and sa. . (Another crest) A bull's

head, erased, or, horns twisted, or and sa.

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BOWERS, Chichester, Suss., a lion, passant, ar., collared and chained, or, in dexter a bow, bent, stringed, gold. see plate

BOWES, Streatlam, Durh., seven arrows, or, one in pale, six in saltier, feathered and headed,- ar., banded, az.

BOWES, Durh. and Northumb., seven arrows interlaced, in saltier, barbed, or, bound by a ribbon, gu., tasselled, gold.

BOWES, Iri., a hawk, ppr.

BOWES, a demi-leopard, rampant, gardant, gu.

see plate

BOW

BOWES, two bundles of arrows, in saltier, flighted and headed, ppr., banded, gu.

comp.

BOWES, Durh. and Yorks., five arrows, four in saltier and one in pale, or, headed and feathered, ar., banded, az. n

BOWES, Durh., a sheaf of arrows, or, bound in a girdle, az. Sans variance et mon droit and In multis in magnis, in bonis expertus.

. II

BOWES, Earl of Strathrnore and Kinghorn. See STRATHMORE.

BOWET, or BEWET, Yorks., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a leopard, ar. , ducally gorged, or. see plate

BOWIDA, Eng., a dexter arm, in armour, em- bowed, ppr., in hand a fleur-de-lis, or.

BOWIE, Sco., a demi-lion, az., in dexter a dag- ger, ppr. Quod non pro patrid.

BOWKER, Eng., on a tower, a lion, rampant.

BOWLAND, Ess. and Lond., out of a ducal coro- net, an arm, in armour, couped at elbow, or, in hand a sword, ar., pommel, gold.

BOWLAND, Ess. and Lond., an arm, in armour, couped at elbow, in hand a sword, or, on point a laurel-branch, vert.

BOWLAND, two demi- ducks, wings displayed and inverted, respecting each other, the dexter, ar., sinister, sa., beaked, or.

BOWLBY, a Catherine-wheel, or.

BOWLBY, Eng., two branches of thorn, in orle.

BOWLE, Eng., a demi-bittern, regardant.

see plate

BOWLER, a boar's head, couped, per pale, az. and gu., bezantee. see plate

BOWLES of North Aston, Oxford, a demi-boar, wounded in breast with broken spear.

comp.

BOWLES, Lond., a demi-boar, erect, erminois, sinister shoulder pierced with an arrow, ar. Ut tibi sic alteri.

BOWLES. Herts., on a ducal coronet, or, a boar's head, ar., between wings, gu., in mouth a bezant.

BOWLES, Gosberkirk, Line., a demi-boar, az., pierced through chest with an arrow, gold, headed, ar.

BOWLES, Heref. and Herts., out of a ducal coronet, or, a boar's head, couped, sa., be- tween wings, gu., billettee, gold. comp.

BOWLES, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi- boar, sa., pierced through neck by an arrow.

BOWLES, Wilts., a griffin's head, erased, or.

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BOWLES, Shaftesbury, Wilts., out of a ducal coronet, a griffin's head, erased, or.

BOWLES, Lond., out of a ducal coronet, or, a griffin's head, sa., beaked, and between wings, gold.

BOWLES, Lond., a buck's head, ar., attired, or.

BOWLEY, a mullet' of five points, pierced, through perforation a sword.

BOWLEY, Eng., a sword, in pale, between two branches of laurel, in orle.

BOWLY, Glouc., a garb, ppr.

BOWMAN, Sco., a demi- blackamoor, shooting an arrow, all ppr.

BOWMAN, a stag, trippant, pierced on shoulder with an arrow, all ppr. see plate Si

BOW

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BOY

BOWMAN of Ashinyards, Sco., a quiver of ar- rows, in pale, ppr. Sublimia cures.

BOWMAN, on stump of tree, ppr., a quiver, vert, of arrows, gu., headed, az., suspended by a belt, sa.

BOWMAN, Norf., a sword, in pale, ar., hilt and pommel, or, on each side of blade a demi- annulet, indented, gold.

BOWMAN, Hethleton, Dors., on a staff, raguled, couped, and erect, ar., a quiver of arrows, gu., heads, of the first, buckled on staff with a belt, sa.

BOWN, Eng., in hand, an escutcheon, charged with a rose. comp. n

BOWNAS, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, a sceptre, environed by two serpents, all between wings, ppr. ill.

BOWNAS, on a mount, vert, a swan, wings dis- played, erm., each charged with a lozenge, gu., in mouth an arrow, ppr. see plate

BOWNE, and BOWYN, Eng., on top of tower, issuing, an eagle, wings addorsed, ppr., in beak an acorn, vert.

BOWNELL, Eng., a savage's head, from shoul- ders, helmeted, all ppr. .

BOWNES, Eng., an oak-tree, ppr., an escutcheon pendent, gu.

BOWNES, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, a cock's head, ppr.

BOWKE, Dunhead, St. Andrews, Dors., a tal- bot's head, sa.

BOWRIE, Sco., a demi-lion, az., in dexter a dagger, ppr. Quod non pro patrid.

BOWRING, Eng., a parrot, vert, feeding on a bunch of cherries, ppr.

BOWSSAR, a demi-talbot, gu., gorged with a collar, charged on body with three guttees- d'or. comp. .

BOWTH, Line., on a chaplet, vert, a lion, pas- sant, ar.

BOWYER, Bart., Bucks, and Berks., on a ducal coronet, or, an heraldic tiger, sejant, ar. Contentement passe richesse.

BOWYER, Charlwood, Surr. and Lond., an arm, couped and erect, ppr., vested, gu., cuffed and charged with three bends, or, in hand a dragon's head, erased.

BOWYER, Suss, and Line., a demi-man, shoot- ing an arrow, all ppr.

BOWYER, Bart., Denham Court, Bucks., a fal- con, rising, ppr., belled, or. Contentement passe richesse.

BOWYER, an eagle's head, erased, ar., in mouth an anchor, gu., by middle of shank, flukes downward. see plate

BOWYER, Lond., an eagle, wings addorsed, or, beaked and legged, sa.

BOWYER, Knipersley, Staffs., Line., and Suss., out of a tower, gu., a demi-dragon, rampant, or. II

BOWYER, Hants., a cubit arm, erect, in hand a serpent, all ppr. n

BOWYER, an arm, couped and embowed, vested, in hand a dragon's head, erased.

BOWYER, Bucks, and Suss., a falcon, rising, ppr., belled, or.

BOWYER, a falcon, wings expanded, ppr.

BOWYER, Camberwell, Surr., on a ducal coro- net, a tiger, sejant, or.

BOWYKR, Line., from top of castle, gu., a demi- griffin, issuant, or.

BOWYER, an arm, couped at shoulder, embowed, vested, in hand a serpent. comp. n

BOWYER, on a mount, vert, a tower, triple- towered, gu. , thereon a demi-dragon, or. I o I . I

BOWYER, an arm, couped at elbow and erect, vested, gu., cuffed, ar., in hand a fish.

comp.

Box, a demi-griffin, or, winged, ar., between claws a fire-ball, ppr. see plate

Box, Oxon., an arm, couped at elbow, in fess, vested, gu., in hand a branch of box, vert, at elbow another branch.

BOXALL, and BOXELL, Eng., an eagle's leg, erased, in fess, holding a feather, in pale.

BOXELL, Suss., out of a ducal coronet, a boar's head and neck, all or. Per tela, per hostes.

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BOXHALL, and BOXMELL, Suss., two anchors, in saltier, az.

BOXSTED, and BOXSTEAD, Eng., a hand, issu- ing, pxilling a thistle.

BOYCE, Iri., out of a tower, a demi-lion, ram- pant.

BOYCE, or BOYSE, Eng., Sco., and Iri., a lion, rampant.

BOYCE, and BOYSE, Eng. and Sco., a star of six points, or, within a crescent, ar.

BOYCE, or BOYSE, Iri., a castle, triple-towered, out of middle tower a demi-lion, rampant.

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BOYCOAT, and BODYCOAT, an arm, in armour,

couped at elbow, in hand a fire-ball, all ppr.

comp.

BOYD, Trochrig, a sun-dial. Eternitatem cogita.

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BOYD, Bart., Danson, Kent, three ostrich- feathers, sa. Confido.

BOYD, Sco. and Iri., a dexter hand, pointing with thumb and two fore-fingers. Confido.

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BOYD, EDWARD FENWICK, J.P., Moor House, co. Durham, a dexter hand, couped at wrist, ppr., in act of benediction, wrist surrounded by three lozenges, az. Confido.

BOYD, Pitcon, a dexter hand, pointing with thumb and two fore-fingers to the sun, ppr. Spes mea in ccelis.

BOYD, Pinkell, Sco., a cross moline, sa. Pru- dentia me sustinet.

BOYD, Sco., a star of five points, or. Virtus nobilitat.

BOYD, or BOYDE, Eng., a plume of three fea- thers, sa.

BOYDELL, Chesh., a stag, statant, pierced in side with an arrow, in bend sinister. .

BOYER, Eng., a lady's arm, from elbow, erect, enfiled with a bracelet, sa. f$I*

BOYER, a demi-griffin, segreant.

BOYER, an arm, from elbow, erect, vested, cuffed, in hand, ppr., three trefoils, slipped.

BOYES, a dog, sejant, ppr.

BOYES, Eng., in hand a cross patte"e, fitched, ppr.

BOYES, and BOYS, Sco., a dog, sejant, ppr. A ttendez vous.

BOYLE, Eng., a griffin's head, erased, or, gorged with a ducal coronet, az., in beak a branch of laurel, fructed, ppr.

BOYLE, Heref., a lion's head, erased, ppr.

BOYLE, and BOYLEY, Middx., out of a ducal coronet, or, a lion's head, erased.

BOY

BOYLE, EDMUND, Earl of Cork and Orrery, out of a ducal coronet, or, a lion's head, erased. Honor virtutis prcemium.

BOYLE. Earl of Shannon. See SHANNON.

BOYLE, Earl of Glasgow, an eagle, displayed, with two heads, per pale, embattled, ar. and gu. Dominus providebit.

BoYLEof Shewalton, Ayr, same crest and motto.

BOYLEY, on a ducal coronet, or, a lion's head, erased, gu.

BOYMEN, BOYNAM, BONHAM, and BOYNAN,

trunk of tree, in fess, between branches & fleur-de-lis.

BOYNE, Viscount (Hamilton), Iri., in a ducal coronet, or, an oak, ppr., fructed, gold, pene- trated transversely in main stem by a frame- saw, ppr. Nee timeo, nee sperno.

BOYNELL, and BOYVILLE, Eng., a boy pulling a branch from a tree.

BOYNTON, Bart., Barmston, Yorks., a goat, passant, sa., gutte'e d'eau, beard, horns, and hoofs, or. tempo passa.

BOYNTON, on a cinquefoil, gu., a talbot's head, erased, sa., gutte'e d'or. see plate

BOYNTON, an arm, from elbow, in hand a mill- rind.

BOYS, DE, Ess., a wyvern, ar.

BOYS, Kent, a demi-dog. holding an oak- branch, leaved and fructed, gold.

BOYS, Line., a stag's head,couped, ar., attired, gu., between attires a mound and cross, or.

BOYS, Norf., an owl, ducally crowned, or, in a holly -bush, ppr.

BOYS, Kent, on a chapeau, az., turned up, erm., a demi-lion, ar., ducally crowned, or.

com p.

BOYS, Botshanger, Kent, a demi-lion, ar., ducally crowned, or. comp.

BOYSE, a buck's head, erased, attired, gu.

BOYTON, Eng., a crow transfixed with an arrow, wings expanded, ppr.

BOYVILLE, Eng., a demi-eagle, displayed, with two heads, or. comp.

BOYZELL, a talbot's head, sa., in mouth a stag's horn, or. see plate

BRABANT, Devons., a rose, gu., slipped and leaved, vert, and a pointed lance, or, in sal- tier. i

BRABANTINE, a dog, passant, ar., collared, or, collar charged with three leopards' heads, sa. comp.

BRABAZON, Leic., over a mount, vert, a falcon, volant, or. see plate

BRABAZON, Eng., a falcon, wings expanded and inverted, belled, ppr.

BRABAZON, Earl of Meath. See MEATH.

BRABOURNE, and BRABON, Lond. and Devons., a mewed hawk, ppr., armed, az., jessed and belled, or.

BRACAYS, and BRAKES, a demi-leopard, ram- pant, gardant, ppr. comp.

BRACCIANO, Rome, on a ducal coronet, an eagle, displayed, sa., gazing at a comet to the sinister, ppr.

BRACCINANO, a dexter arm, vested, az., cuff, ar., in hand a sprig of roses, ppr.

BRACE, a lion's face, ppr., ducally crowned, or, within two laurel-branches, in orle, vert.

comp.

BRACE, an arm, pvr.

BRACE, Wore., an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr. , in hand a sword, ar. , hilted, or. .

BRA

BRACEBRIDGE, Suff., on a mount, vert, a wolf, passant, ar. comp.

BRACEBRIDGE, and BRASBRIDGE, stump of tree, ppr., raguled, or.

BRACEGIRDLE, Chesh., two augers, erect and addorsed, conjoined with a girdle, gu.

BRACESTER, Eng., on a cloud, a mullet of six points.

BRACE Y, a unicorn, sejant, resting dexter against an oak-tree, ppr. - *

BRACHER, Berks., a demi-leopard, rampant, gardant, ppr. Priml et ultimi in betteo.

comp.

BRACKEN, Eng., a Catherine-wheel.

BRACKENBURY, Eng., a savage's head, couped, ppr. .

BRACKENBURY, an old man's head, couped.

BRACKENBURY of Skendleby, Lincoln, a lion, couchant, sa., at foot of oak-tree, ppr. Sans recuUa famais. see plate

BRACKESBY, a boar's head and neck, couped, gu., bristled, or.

BRACKLEY, Northamp. : (i.) A lion, rampant, gu., supporting an arrow, ppr., barbed and feathered, ar. . (.) On a chapeau, ppr., 'an eagle, wings addorsed, or, preying on a child, swaddled, gu., banded, ar.

BRACY, Maddresfield, a human heart, pierced, sa.

BRACY, or BRACEY, Eng., a garb, environed by two snakes, ppr.

BRAD, a griffin, sejant, erect, between fore- claws a battle-axe. see plate

BRADBRIDGE, BREDBRIDGE, or BRODBRIDGE, a leopard's head, erased, ar., pellettee, ducally gorged, or, between two spears, ppr.

see plate

BRADBURNE, and BRADBOURNE, Lond., a pine- tree, vert, fructed, or.

BRADBURY, Derb. and Lond., a dove, volant, ar., in mouth a slip of barberry, vert, fructed, gu.

BRADBURY, Ess. and Suff., a boar's head, erect, between two ostrich-feathers.

BRADBY, Eng., a serpent, half erect and no wed, in its mouth a garland of laurel, ppr. no. I

BRADDYLL, Eng., an anchor, in pale, sur- mounted by a fleur-de-lis.

BRADE, a bee-hive, with bees, volant, ppr. I

BRADE, a griffin, sejant, resting dexter on an escutcheon. see plate

BRADESTONE, BRADSTONE, and BRADSTON, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, two lions' paws, in saltier, ppr.

BRADFIELD, Norf., in hand two branches of palm, in orle.

BRADFOOT, BRAIDFOOT, and BRADFUTE, Sco., a demi-griffin, rampant, or, armed, gu.

BRADFORD, Yorks., a peacock's head, ppr., in mouth a snake, entwined round neck, vert. comp.

BRADFORD, Baron, Eng., a lion, rampant, ar., between paws a garland of roses. Nee temere, nee timide. comp. plate

BRADFORD, Earl of. See BRIDGEMAN.

BRADFORD, Swindon, Wilts., a stag's head, erased, or.

BRADFORD, Iri., a camel's head, sa.

BRADGATE, Leic., an arm, in armour, ppr., vert, couped below elbow, in bend, in hand,

BRA





BBA

ppr., upper part of broken spear, gu., point downward, ar.

BRADHULL, Lane., a badger, passant, or.

BRADLEY, and BRADELEY, Eng., a boar, sa., gorged with a garland, vert.

BRADLEY, Iri., a bull's head, cabossed, ppr.

BRADLEY, on a thorn-bush, a nightingale, ppr.

BRADLEY, Lane, and Lond., a boar's head, couped, gu.

BRADLING, Eng., an arm, in armour, couped at shoulder, embowed, in fess, in hand a sword, ppr.

BRADNEY, a hawk, ppr. , belled and jessed, or.

BRADSAY, and BRADSEY, a demi-greyhound, collared.

BRADSHAGH, BRADSHAIGH, and BRADSHAW, Chesh., Lane., and Leic., on a mount, vert, a stag, at gaze, ppr., under a vine-tree, also ppr. Qui vit content tient assez. Si.

BRADSHAGH, on a mount, a stag, at gaze, under a vine-tree, fructed, all ppr. .

BRADSHAW of Barton Blount, Derby, a hart, gu., standing under a vine-branch, vert. Qui mt content t lent assez.

BRADSHAW, Lane., on a mount, a stag, ducally gorged, standing under a vine, all ppr. Non nobis solum nati sumus.

BRADSHAW, Salop, a wolf's head, erased, ar., collared and lined. see plate

BRADSTON, Eng., a dove, with olive branch in mouth, ppr.

BRADSTON, and BRADESTON, Glouc., out of a ducal coronet, or, a boar's head, sa.

BRADSTREET, Bart., Iri., a unicorn's head, be- tween two laurel-branches, in orle.

BRADWARDEN, Eng., a demi-otter, rampant.

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BRAD WAY, Glouc., on a coronet, a greyhound, sejant, erect. see plate

BRAD WELL, Chesh., a rock, ppr.

BRADY, Cambs., on a mount, vert, a griffin, sejant, or, beaked, gu. see plate

BRADY, Iri., in hand a scimitar, cutting at a feather, ppr.

BRADY, Iri., a cherub, ppr.

BRADY, Lond., Devons., and Hants., an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand an olive- branch, fructed, all ppr.

BRADY, on a mount, vert, a griffin, sejant, or, beaked, sa., supporting with dexter an escutcheon, ar. comp.

BRAGDEN, and BRAGDON, Lond., a boar, issuant out of a rock. see plate

BRAGE, or BRAGGE, Lond. and Ess., out of a ducal coronet, a bull's head, sa., attired, gold.

BRAGE, or BRAGGE, Surr., a bull's head, sa., attired, or.

BRAGES, and BRUGES, Lond., on an anchor, or, a scroll. Mild cesium portus. comp. .

BRAGG, Somers., a bull, passant, gu.

BRAGG, or BRAGGE, Sco. and Surr., out of a ducal coronet, or, a bull's head, sa.

BRAGG, Somers., a lion's head, erased, ar., col- lared, vaire", or and az.

BRAGG, Berks., an ostrich -f eather, enfiled with a ducal coronet. Per mrtutem sclentiam.

BRAGGE, Sco., in hand a sword.



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BRAHAM, Lond., and Finchley, Middx., on a bar, dancettee, ar., a phoenix, erm., winged, az., fire, ppr., in mouth a lyre, or.

BRAHAM, Lond. and Berks., out of a ducal coronet, or, a plume of five ostrich -feathers, sa.

BRAHAM, Lond. and Bucks., in hand, ppr., a fish, ar.

BRAHAM, a wolf's head, couped.

BRAHAN, Eng. , a lion, rampant, gardant.

BRAID, Eng. and Sco., a demi-lion, gu. Flo- reat majestas.

BRAIDFOOT, Sco., a demi griffin, or.

BRAIDWOOD, Sco., an oak-tree, acorned, ppr. Vigueur de dessus.

BRAIKENRIDGE, Somers., a bee-hive, or, be- tween two rose branches, ppr. Bello ac pace paratus. see plate

BRAILSFORD, out of a ducal coronet a dragon's head.

BRAIMOR, Sco., an arm, in armour, embowed, throwing a pheon, hafted.

BRAIN, or BRAINE, Eng., a torteau, az., charged with a talbot's head, erased, or.

. II

BRAINE, or BRAYNE, Glouc., a leopard's head, ar.

BRAITHWAIT, Yorks., a greyhound, couchant, ar., collared and lined, gu. comp. II

BRAITHWAIT, on a mpunt, vert, a greyhound, couchant.

BRAKSDALL, a sheaf of arrows, ppr., feathered and banded, gu. II

BRAKYN, Cambs., a demi -fish, erect, az., charged with three bezants, in bend, be- tween two cotises, or. comp.

BRAKYN, Chesterton, Cambs., a hawk's head, erased, ar., ducally gorged, or. see plate

BRAKYN, a whale's head, erect, between two cinquefoils, or, stalked and leaved, vert.

BRAMFELL, out of a ducal coronet, an arm, em- bowed, wielding a scimitar. comp.

BRAMHALL, Chesh., a lion, passant, or, . i

BRAMLEY, Eng., a pheasant, ppr.

BRAMPSTON, Eng., a fetterlock, az.

BRAMPTON, a demi-marine, vested, ppr., in sinister an anchor, in dexter a spear.

BRAMPTON, Norf., a lion, rampant, or.

BRAMPTON, Norf., out of a mural coronet, a talbot's head, gu., eared, ar.

BRAMPTON, Norf., on a tiger, ar., bridled, a naked man astride, ppr., wreathed about the temples.

BRAMPTON, Lond., on a tun, or, a dove, ppr., in mouth a branch, vert, fructed, gu.

BRAMSON, Eng., an arm, from elbow, in hand a scorpion, erect.

BRAMSTON of Skreena, Ess., a lion, sejant, or, collared, sa., charged with three plates, ar.

see plate

BRAMWELL, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, or, two lions' paws, in saltier, ppr.

BRANCH, out of a ducal coronet, or, a cock's head, az., combed, gu., in beak a branch, vert. comp.

BRAND, Baron Dacre. See DACRE.

BRAND of Laurieston, Sco., a vol, ppr.

BRAND, Suff. and Lond., out of a ducal coro- net, or, a leopard's head, ar. II.

BRAND, Eng., in hand a battle-axe, ppr.

BRAND, Sco., two elephants' probosces, ar., the dexter charged with three mascles, the

BRA

sinister with three spur-rowels, sa. Aye for- ward, comp.

BRAND, beside a tree, a stag, statant, ppr.

BRAND, on stump of tree, in fess, erased, shoot- ing a branch, an eagle, statant, regardant.

BRAND, Lond., a leopard's head and neck, erased, gardant, semee of roundles, sa., vert, and gu. comp.

BRAND, Siirr., out of a ducal coronet, or, a cockatrice's head, gu., between wings, ppr.

BRANDEETH, and BRANDRETH, Staffs., a lamb, couchant, ar.

BRANDER, Eng., an elephant, passant, ar.

BRANDER, Hants., a phoenix in flames, ppr.

BRANDER, Surr. and Sco., a dove, regardant, in mouth an olive-branch, ppr. Silentio et spe.

BRANDER, Sco., a dove, with olive-branch, ppr. Silentio et spe.

BRANDESTON, Eng-, a dexter hand, couped, in fess, gu.

BRANDFORD, Lond. , an eagle, rising, or, in beak a sprig of oak, fructed, vert. see plate

BRANDLING, Northumb., stump of tree, couped and erased, from top issuing flames, from sinister side sprig, acorned and leaved, all ppr. Fide et virtute.

BRANDON, Suff., a lion's head, erased, or, guttee, sa., ducally crowned. comp.

BRANDON, a dove, regardant, in mouth an olive-branch, ppr.

BRANDON, Lond., a lion's head, erased, ar., charged with two bars, gu., on each of which three bezants. see plate

BRANDON and HAMILTON, Duke of. See HAMILTON.

BRANDRAM, Lond., a bee, volant, or.

BRANDRAM, a lamb, passant, ar. see plate

BRANDRETH, an escallop, or. i

BRANDT, Eng., a stag, rising out of a bush, ppr. . ii

BRANDWOOD, Durh., a yew-tree, ppr. i

BRANFELL, Ess., a lion's head, erased.

BRANFILL of Upminster Hall, Ess., out of a cloud, ppr., a naked arm, in hand a sword. 'Not in vain.

BRANSCOMB, BRANSCOMBE, and BRONSCOMB, Eng., a lion, passant, regardant, ducally gorged and chained, ppr.

BRANSON, or BRAUNSON, an arm, from elbow, in hand a scorpion, ppr.

BRANT, Eng., a lion, passant, or. I

BRANTHWAITE, and BRAITHWAITE, Lond., on a rock, ppr., an eagle, .rising, ar.

BRANTINGHAM, Devons., an oak- tree, ppr.

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BRANTWAYTE, on a rock, ppr., an eagle, rising, ar.

BRASBRIDGE, Warw., a staff, raguly, ar.

comp.

BRASH, Sco., in hand, erect, issuing from a cloud, an anchor, in pale, ppr.

BRASHIER, or BRASIER, Iri., a demi-lion, ram- pant.

BRASIER, or BRAZIER, Eng., a dove, with olive-branch, ppr.

BRASSEY, Eng., a hand throwing a dart, ppr.

i.

BRASSY, a unicorn, sejant, resting dexter on an oak-tree, ppr.

BBS

BRASY, a bird, ar., legged, gu. - I *

BRATHWAIT, BOUGHTON-, Poston Court, Heref.,

a stork's head, erased, in beak a snake, ppr.

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BRATHWAYTE, Westm., a greyhound, couchant, ar., collared and lined, gu., studded and ringed, or. comp. . II

BRATSHAW, a bugle-horn, stringed. I.

BRATT, Staffs., two greyhounds' heads, erased, collared, and addorsed, ppr.

BRATTLE, Eng., between a laurel and a myrtle branch, in saltier, a battle-axe, all ppr.

BRAUNCH, out of a ducal coronet, or, a derni- lion, rampant, pierced in breast with an arrow. comp.

BRAUNCH, and BRAUNCHE, Eng., on a garb, or, a bird, sa. .

BRAVING, Wilts., a demi-talbot, gu., guttee- d'or, ducally crowned, ar. see plate

BRAWNE, Lond. and Surr., out of a mural coro- net, or, a dragon's head, sa.

BRAY, or BRAYE, Cornw., out of a ducal coro- net, az., a griffin's head, or.

BRAY of Shere, Surr., a flax-breaker, or.

BRAY of Langford Hill, Cornw., out of a ducal coronet, az., a griffin's head, erm., beaked, or.

BRAY, an ounce, ppr. n.

BRAY, an arm, erect, vested, az., in hand, ppr., . a chaplet, vert. comp.

BRAY, Beds, and Suss., a lion, passant, gard- ant, or, between wings, addorsed. see plate

BRAYBROKE, and BRAYBROOK, Suff., a maiden's head, ppr. , hair, or, wreathed with a garland of violets and leaves. .

BRAYBROOKE, Baron (Neville-Griffin) : (i.)For Griffin, a talbot's head, erased, sa. . (.) For Neville, a bull, ar., pied, sa., armed, or, charged on neck with a rose, barbed and seeded, ppr. Ne vile velis. comp.

BRAYBROOKE, Eng.. a Minerva's head, affrontee, all ppr.

BRAYE, out of a ducal coronet, or, a plume of five ostrich -feathers, three ar., two az., on top a griffin's head, gu. comp.

BRAYLESFORD, and BRAYLFORD, Derbs., out of a ducal coronet, or, a stag's head, affrontee, ppr.

BRAYNE, Glouc., from behind a mount, vert, the sun rising, ppr.

BRAYNTON, Eng., a griffin's head, erased, ppr.

BRAYTOFT, Line., a demi-lion, rampant, gu., crusily, ar.

BREACH, Eng., an escarbuncle, gu.

BREACH, Cirencester, Glouc., an antelope, se- jant, ppr. see plate

BREADALBANE, Marquess of (Campbell), Sco., a boar's head, erased, ppr. Follow me.

BREAM, Lond., an arm, couped at elbow, and erect, vested, cuffed, gold, in hand a fish, ppr. God is my defender. comp.

BREANON, Sco., an arm, in armour, embowed in hand a sword.

BREANT, Eng., a demi-griffin, regardant, hold- ing a flag, charged with a saltier.

see plate

BREAREY, or BREARY, the bust of a nun, couped at shoulders, affrontee, veiled, ppr. Jesu sel bon e lei.

BREAHLY, a cross potent, gu., between wings, ar. comp. plate and .

BRB

BREAWSE, Eng., a human heart transfixed with a sword, in bend, sinister, all ppr. - *

BREBNER of Lairuey, iSco., a cock's head, erased, g\i. -

BRECHE, Eng., out of a cup, ar., three roses, stalked and leaved, ppr. I

BRECK, or BREEK, a demi-lion, ppr. Firmus maneo.

BRECKNOCK, and BRECKNOT, Eug., an arm, issuing from clouds, in hand an anchor, in pale.

BRECKNOCK, Baron. See CAMUEN.

BREDEL, Lond., an owl, ppr. Nitor in adver- sum.

BREE, Eng., a hand, couped, in fesg.

BREEDON, Berks, and Northamp., a demi-lion, ar., holding a cross pattee, fitched, gu.

comp. and .

BREES, and BREEZE, Eng., a stag at gaze, or.

Si. TO

BREETON, Eng., a naked arm, embowed, in hand, ppr., a wreath of laurel, vert.

BREMBER, Lond., two arms, in armour, em- bowed, in hands a battle-axe, all ppr.

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BREMER, Devons., out of a naval coronet, or, sails, ar.,. a dexter cubit arm, in* armour, in hand, gauntleted, gold, a sword, ppr., hilt and pommel, of the first, between two branches of oak, gold, arm charged with an anchor, erect, sa. A laverite. comp.

BREMNER, Eng. and Sco., a dexter arm, vam- braced, in gauntlet a pheon, erect. Per tela, per hostes.

BREMNER, Eng., a cock's head, erased. BRENAN, Iri., out of a mural coronet, a demi- eagle, displayed.

BRENAN, and BRENNAN, Iri., a wheel, gu. BRENCHESLEY, and BRENCHLEY, Eng., an annu- let, or, within it an escutcheon, az., charged with a cross, patonce, gold.

BRENCHLEY, Kent, in hand a laurel branch,

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BRENDE, Norf., a lion, rampant, gardant, ar.

BRENDE, Suff., the fore-part of a lion, gu.,

united to hind-part of a dragon, vert, sejant. BRENDON, an eagle, displayed.

BRENT, Glouc., Kent, and Somers., a dragon's

head, between wings, expanded, ar. BRENT, a lion, rampant.

BRENT, a wyvern's head, between wings, ar.,

charged on breast with three ermine spots,

one and two. comp.

BRENTINGHAM, Eng., an oak-tree, ppr. BRENTON, Bart., out of a naval coronet, or, on

circle, " Spartan," a swan, ar., gutteVde-

sang. Go through. see plate

BKKNTON, a swan, ar. n

BRENTON, Eng., a demi-savage, affronted,

handcuffed, ppr.

BREOS, DE, Eng., an eagle, rising, regardant,

ppr. ioo.

BRERES, Lane., a stag's head, erminois. BRERKS, Lane., a nag's head, erminois. I BRERETON, on a chapeau, gu., turned up, or, a

griffin, statant, wings elevated.

BRERETON of Brinton, Norf., a bear, ppr.,

muzzled, or. Opitulante Deo.

BRERETON, or BREWERTON, a bear's head and

neck, or, muzzled, sa.

BRERETON, Iri., a demi-unicorn, collared.

BRE

BRERETON, Chesh. and Norf., a bear's head and neck, erased, sa., muzzled, gu., studded, or.

BRERETON, on a chapeau, az., turned up, erm.,

a dragon, wings expanded. BRERETON, Chesh., out of a ducal coronet, or, a bear's head, ppr.

BRERWOOD, or BRIERWOOD, Chester, two swords, in saltier, pommels and hilts, or, enfiled with an eari's coronet, ppr. comp.

BRESIER, out of a crown vallary, a lion's head. BRESINGHAM, on a chapeau, ppr., a demi-lion, rampant, gardant, or. see plate

BRESSEY, on a mount, vert, a teal, ar. BREST, an arm, ppr., vested, sa., in hand a bow, ar. I

BRETARGH, Lane., in lion's paw an ostrich- feather. Fan qui sentient. BRETON, or BRETTON, Lond., Ess., Staff., and Leic., on a lion's gamb, az., a cheveron, or, charged with a mullet, sa. - BRETON, Norf., a demi-talbot, gu., eared, col- lared and lined, or. . BRETON, Northamp., on a mural coronet, gu., a boar's head, couped, sa. comp.. I BRETON, Eng., a wolf, ppr. n BRETON, or BRETTON, Eng., on a lion's gamb, az., a cheveron, or. BRETROOK, Eng., a horse, saddled and bridled, at full speed. BRETT, a sphinx, passant. BRETT, Iri., a crane, regardant, wings addorsed, resting dexter on a stone. . I BRETT, Glouc. and Leic., on a tower, ar., a man's head, ppr. see plate BRETT, Staffs., a lion's gamb, erect and erased,

ar., grasping a wolf's head, erased, ppr. BRETT, Staffs., a lion's gamb, erect and erased,

ar., grasping a dragon's head, vert. BRETT, Kent and Devons., a lion, passant, gu.

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BRETT, Kent, a griffin's head, between wings, az., beaked, or.

BRETT, Eng., a demi-lion, tail forked, ar., lan- gued and armed, gu.

BRETTLE, a griffin's head, erased, ppr. BREW, Eng., a park gate, gu.

BREWDNELL, Eng., from an old castle, a mart- let, rising, sa. I BREWER, or BREUER, Kent, out of a mural coro- net, an arm, from elbow, erect, vested, gu., billettee, or, in hand, ppr., a battle-axe, az. comp.

BREWER, or BREUER, a mermaid, with mirror and comb, ppr.

BREWES, DE, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, gu., a lion's gamb.

BREWIN, two eagles' wings, addorsed, ppr., semee of trefoils, slipped, vert.

BREWLEY, a lion, rampant, ppr., seme'e of roundles, ar., holding in paws a shield, erm., thereon a bend, gu., charged with three cheverons, or.' see plate

BREWS, or BREWIS, Eng., out of a ducal coro- net, a cock's head, ppr. BREWS, BREWSE, and BREWES, Eng., a lion, passant, az. I BREWS, or BREWSE, a demi-Hercules, clothed with a skin, holding over shoulder a club, ppr. I. II BREWS, or BREWES, Eng., out of a ducal coro- net, gu., a lion's gamb, ppr.

BBB





BUI

BREWSTEB, and BKEWSTED, Sco., a leopard's head, erased, az.

BREWSTER, Whitfield, Ess., a demi-lion, in dexter a club. see plate

BREWSTER, Northamp., a leopard's head, erased, sa.

BREWSTER, Suff., a bear's head, erased, az.

BREY, Eng., a hill, ppr. By degrees.

comp. n

BRETTON, on a mount, vert, a wild duck, ppr.

BRIAN, Eng., a demi-savage, ppr. i.

BRIAN, Eng., a beacon, flammant, or.

BRIAND, and BRIANT, Eng., out of a mural coronet, a bundle of arrows, banded.

BRICE, a stag, passant.

BRICE, Somers., a lion's head, erased, erm., pierced through with an arrow, or, headed and feathered, ar. comp.

BRICE, Iri., in hand a cutlass, all ppr. Do toett, and doubt not.

BRICHEN, Sco., an arm, in fess, out of clouds, ppr., in hand a club.

BRICKDALE, Eug., on a ducal coronet, or, a dolphin, naiant, az.

BRICKENDEN, in lion's gamb, erased, a rose- branch, slipped, ppr. I

BRICKENDEN, Eng., a demi-dragon.

BRICKENDEN, a demi-wyvern, vert. n

BRICKHURST, Line., out of a mural coronet, or, a tiger's head and neck, ar. comp.

BRICKWOOD, a demi-savage, affrontee, ppr., wreathed about middle with leaves, vert, in dexter a slip of oak, of the last.

BRID, Lond., an eagle's head, ducally gorged, or. comp.

BRIDE, Eng., two eagles' heads, erased and addorsed, ppr. I

BRIDGE, Heref. and Ess., two wings, addorsed, ar., on each a cheveron, engrailed, sa., charged with a chaplet, or. comp. log.

BRIDGE, Surr., a stag's head, ar. Nee minus fortUer. II

BRIDGEMAN, Coney-Weston Hall, Norf., a tre- foil, slipped, vert.

BRIDGEMAN, Lane., Warw., and Salop, a fox, sejant, ppr. or

BRIDGEMAN, Earl of Bradford, a demi-lion, ar., between paws a garland of laurel, or. Nee temere, nee timide. see plate

BRIDGEN, a demi-mariner, ppr., vested, in rus- set, round waist a sash, on head a cap, gu., in dexter a sphere, or, sinister resting on an anchor, gold.

BRIDGER, or BRIGER, Glouc., a dragon's head, vert, transfixed with end of spear, ppr., in bend sinister. .

BRIDGER, Kent, out of a ducal coronet, or, a crab, gu.

BRIDGER of Buckingham House, Suss., a crab, gu.

BRIDGES, Bart., Kent, out of a ducal coronet, or, a moor's head, in profile, sa., banded, ar.

BRIDGES, Edinr., a demi-lion, gu. Maintien le droit.

BRIDGES, on a tower, a hawk, wings displayed, all ppr.

BRIDGES, an anchor, in pale, ppr. n

BRIDGES, or BRYDGES, Ess., a boar, passant, ar., pierced through neck with broken spear, headed, of the first, embrued, gu. see plate

BRIDGES, a man's head, from shoulder, in pro- file, ppr., verted, seme'e of torteaux, wreathed, of the last, and az. Maintien le droit.

comp.

BRIDGES, Eng., on a tower, ar., masoned, sa., a dove, rising, ppr.

BRIDGET, Salop, a fox, sejant, ppr. or

BRIDGEWATER, a demi-stag, or, attired, sa.

-

BRIDGMAN, Warw., a demi-lion, rampant, ar., between paws a garland of laurel, ppr,

comp.

BRIDGSTOCK, a raven, sa., in dexter an escal- lop, see plate

BRIDON, Suff., a hawk's head, erased, sa., charged with three bezants, one and two.

comp.

BRIEN, Iri., a cross pattde, gu., between horns of a crescent, or.

BRIERLY, Eng., a fox, sejant, ppr. or

BRIERLY, Lond., a cross, potent, fitched, gu., between wings, ar.

comp. and .

BRIERS, Beds., a demi-leopard, rampant, gar- dant, erased, az., gorged with a collar, ar., charged with three mullets, pierced, gu.

see plate

BRIERWOOD, two swords, in saltier, enfiled with an earl's coronet. comp.

BRIG, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a dagger, ppr.

BRIGDEN, Suss., an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., garnished, or, wielding a sword, ar. , hilt and pommel, gold. Mca gloria fides.

BRIGGES, Westm., a fox, ppr. ir

BRIGGS, Bart., Salop, on stump of tree, a peli- can, or, vulning, ppr. Virtus cst Dei.

BRIGGS, a tiger's head, couped, affrontee.

see plate.

BRIGGS, Salop, an arm, embowed, covered with leaves, vert, in hand, ppr., a bow, gu., strung, sa., and an arrow, ar.

BRIGGS, Brecknockshire, an arm, vambraced, in hand a bow and arrow, ppr.

BRIGGS, Yorks., on a mount, vert, a laurel- branch, erect, ppr., in front a lion, passant, erm., dexter resting on a pheon, sa. Forti- ter et fideliter.

BRIGGS, Berks., a demi-dragon, vert, wings, az. Felicior quo ccrtior.

BRIGHAM, Yorks., on a cloud, a crescent, be- tween two branches of palm, in orle.

comp.

BRIGHAM, or BRIGGAM, Yorks., a boar's head, in bend, couped, sa.

BRIGHAM of Foxley House, Chester, out of a ducal coronet, a plume of feathers. In cruce salus. .

BRIGHOUSE, Line., out of a mural coronet, or, a tiger's head, ar. comp.

BRIGHT, Iri., in hand, erect, ppr., vested, sa., out of a cloud shedding forth rays, a mort- head.

BRIGHT, Eng., a dragon's head.

BRIGHT, Eng., the sun in glory, or, in clouds, ppr. I

BRIGHT, Bart., Harrow-weald, a mass of clouds, and therefrom a sun, issuant, all ppr. - I

BRIGHT, Suss., the sun in glory, or, in clouds, ppr. Lumen umbra Dei. I

BBI

BRIGHT, Chesh., a demi-griffin, in dexter a mullet, sa. see plate %

BRIGHT, Suff., a dragon's head, gu., vomiting fire, ppr., collared and lined, or. comp. go.

BRIGHTMAN, or BRITZMAN, Surrey, out of rays, or, an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., gar- nished, gold, in gauntlet a sword, ar., hilted, gold. -

BRIGID, Iri., out of a cloud, ppr., an etoile of eight rays. -

BRIGNAC, Eng., a reindeer's head, cabossed.

BRIGNALL, an eagle, with two heads, displayed, charged on breast with a saltier.

BRIGWOOD, a demi-savage, affronted, wreathed about middle with leaves, in dexter a slip of oak, all ppr.

BRIN, Iri , a dexter hand, couped, gu.

BRINDLEY, and BRINLEY, Eng., a wyvern, in mouth a hand, ppr.

BRINE, Eng., two swords, in saltier, ppr., sur- mounted by a cross crosslet, fitched, gu.

BRINGBORNE, Kent, on a wolf's head, erased, sa., a pile, or. comp.

BRINGHAM, Eng., a cat, salient, gardant, ppr.

BRINGHURST, Leic., an arm, in armour, em- bowed, ar., in hand a club, sa., spiked, or.

BRINKHURST, a demi-lion, ar., ducally crowned, or, in each paw a bezant. see plate

BRINKLOW, or BRINGLOW, a demi-lion, or, sup- porting a flaming sword, gu., hilt, gold.

see plate

BRINKWORTH, Bath, on a mount, vert, a wil- low-tree, ppr.

BRINS, a talbot's head, collared, swallowing a bird, wings expanded. see plate

BRISAC, Eng., an arm, embowed, ppr., vested, gu., in hand a covered cup, or.

BRISBAN, or BRISBANE, Sco., an anchor, in pale, with serpent wreathed, all ppr. Ani- mum prudentia firmat. I.

BRISBANE, M'DOUGALL, Bart., Sco., a stork's head, erased, in beak a serpent, all ppr. Certamine summo. -

BRISBANE, Sco., an ant-hillock, semde of ants, ppr. Virtuti damnosa quies. comp. II

BRISBANE, Eng., a demi-savage, holding over shoulder a club, ppr. IO

BRISBANE, and BRISBON, Sco., a heron's head, erased, in mouth an eel, all ppr. Certamine summo.

BRISBON, or BRISBONE, on a chapeau, a lion,

rampant, holding an arrow, point downward.

comp.

BRISCO, Bart., Cumb., a greyhound, current, sa., seizing a hare, ppr. see plate

BRISCOA, Eng., a pennon, gu., charged with a crescent, ar., staff in bend, sa., headed, or.

comp.

BRISCOE, and BRISCOWE, Eng., a pheon, be- tween two arms, in armour, embowed, sup- porting a Saracen's head, affronte'e. .

BRISCOE, and BRISCOWE, Iri., a Saracen's head, affrontde, ppr.

BRISE-RUGGLES, Ess. and Suff., a tower, or, transpierced with four darts, in saltier, in- flamed, ppr. Struggle.

BRISLAY, a cock-pheasant, pr. , standing among flowers, az., leaved, vert.

BBO

BRISTED, Eng., in dexter hand, a spur, ppr.

BRISTOL, Marquess and Earl of (Hervey), a

leopard, passant, sa., bezante"e, ducally

gorged and chained, or, in dexter a trefoil,

slipped, vert. Je n'oublierai jamais.

see plate BRISTOW, Herts., out of a crescent, or, a demi-

eagle displayed, az. -

BRISTOW of Broxmore Park, Wilts., out of a

crescent, or, a demi-eagle, displayed, az.

Vigilantibus non dormicntibus.

BRISTOWE of Beesthorpe Hall, Nottingham,

same crest and motto. BRITAIN, Eng., in dexter hand, ppr., a key, or.

BRITAIN, BRITON, BRITTEN, and BRITTON, out of a naval coronet, a mermaid, in dexter a purse, in sinister a comb, ppr.

BRITLEY, on a chapeau, a demi-lion, in dexter a mullet. see plate

BRITTAIN, or BRITTAINE, Eng., in eagle's claw, erased, in fess, a quill.

BRITTEN, Eng., an ear of wheat and palm- branch, in saltier, ppr.

BRITWEESIL, Eng., a salmon, naiant, ppr.

BRIWER, or BRIWERE, Eng., out 'of a cloud a dexter arm, in hand an open book, ppr.

. I

BRIXTON, or BRIXTONE, a demi-horse, rampant, ar.

BROAD, on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a leopard's face, ar. see plate

BROAD, on a chapeau, a tiger's head, ducally crowned. see plate

BROAD, Eng., a demi-savage, in dexter three arrows, pointing with sinister to an imperial crown. . I

BROADBELT, an eagle displayed, ppr.

BROADBENT, or BRODBENT, a pheon, ar., point, gutte'e-de-sang, staff broken, or.

BROADBENT, Eng., a dexter arm, ppr., in hand a covered cup, or.

BROADHEAD, Bart., Yorks., a demi-lion, ram- pant, collared and chained, or, supporting a shield, erm., charged with an eagle, dis- played, gu. Perseverando.

BROADHEAD, Eng., on a chapeau, a garb, ppr.

BROADHURST, Eng., a mermaid, in dexter a dagger, ppr.

BROADHURST, in water, a swan, swimming, ppr., wings expanded, or, charged on breast with an etoile, sa. comp.

BROADLEY, Eng., a stag's head, erased, ppr. Mitis sed fortis.

BROADLEY, Lond., a talbot, passant, ppr. Non immemor bcneficii.

BROADLEY, Lond., a stag's head, erased, ppr. Non immemor beneficii.

BROADMEAD, Somers., on a fret, az., a stag's head, erased, in mouth an acorn, slipped, ppr. Semper fidelis.

BROADOCKSHAW, and BRODOCKSHAW, Eng., a stag's head, ar.

BROADSTONE, Eng., in a cloud, a crescent, be- tween two palm-branches.

BROAD WOOD, Lond. and Suss., a yew-tree, leaved and eradicated, ppr., on trunk an annulet, or, transfixed by three arrows, one in fess, two in saltier, of the last. Semper ^rens.

BRO





BRO

BKOCAS, Lond. , a man's head, couped at shoul- ders, radiated, ppr.

BBOCAS, Wokefield House, Bucks., a negro's head, in profile, ppr., couped at shoulder, crowned with an eastern coronet, or.

BKOCK, Sco., on a chapeau, gu., a dove, rising, ppr.

BROCK, Ess., a pegasus, az.

BROCK, or BROOKE, Chesh., a demi-lion, ram- pant, gu., in dexter a dart, or, feathered.

see plate

BROCK, an escallop, or. i

BROCKAS, or BROKAS, Hants., a lion, sejant, in dexter a cross pattee, fitched, resting sin- ister against a pyramid.

BROCKBANK, The Croft, Kirsanton, Lane., stag at gaze, ppr. .

BROCKDON, Devons., a stag's head, erased, attired, or.

BROCKET of The Ryes, Ess., a stag, lodged, sa., ducally gorged and lined, or.

see plate

BROCKET, a stag's head, erased, pierced through

neck with an arrow.

comp. i;

BROCKET, or BROCKHILL, Kent, a badger, sa.

- II

BROCKET, a brocket, or young deer, lodged, ppr.

BROCKHOLES, Eng., a fret, ar. II

BROCKHOLES, Lane., a brock or badger, pas- sant, sa. BROCKHOLES-FITZHERBERT of Claughton Hall, Lancaster, a brock or badger, passant, sa.

- BROCKLEHURST, a brock, ppr. Veritas me diri-

c/it. ii

BROCKMAN of Beachborough, Kent, on a sword,

erect, ar., hilt and pommel, or, a stag's

head, cabossed, ppr., attired, gold, blade

through head, bloody at point. BROCKUS, a moor's head, couped at shoulders,

wreathed about temples, ppr.

BROCTON, Salop, a hand holding up a ducal

coronet, couped and tasselled, between two

branches of laurel, in orle. I

BRODERIP, BRODREPP, or BRODRIBB, Eng., in

a cup, or, three roses, gu., slipped and leaved,

vert. I

BRODIE of Brodie, Morayshire, in dexter hand

a bunch of arrows, all ppr.

BRODIE of Lethen, Nairn, same crest. Be

mindful to unite. BRODIE, Bart., Suff., a dexter cubit arm, erect,

in hand three arrows, ar., encircled by a

civic wreath. Unite. BRODIE, or BRODY, Suss, and Sco., in hand a

sheaf of arrows, ppr. Unite.

BRODIE, Eng., in lion's paw, erased, sa., a

palm-branch, ppr.

BRODLEY, Lond. and Lane., a boar's head,

couped, gu.

BRODNAX, Kent and Chesh., out of a mural

coronet, a demi-eagle, or, winged, gu.,

gorged with a collar, gold, charged with

three cinquefoils, ar. see plate

BRODOCKSHAW, Eng., a stag's head, ar.

BRODRICK, Surr., a spear-head, ar., embrued,

gu.

BRODRICK, Baron. See MIDDLETON. BEOESE, Eng., a crane, in claw a stone, ppr.



BROGDEN, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, in hand a rose, gu., slipped and leaved, vert.

. I

BROGDEN, Lond., a demi-lion, ducally crowned, between paws a cross formee.

BROGE, BROGG, and BROIGE, Sco., in hand a sword, ppr. Honor at mws. -

BROGRAVE, Bart., Norf., an eagle, displayed, erm., ducally crowned, beaked and mem- bered, or. Finis dat esse. see plate

BROGRAVE, Norf. and Warw., an eagle, dis- played, ppr.

BROGRAVE, Lond., Herts., and Lane., an eagle, displayed, with two heads, erm., each du- cally crowned, or. comp.

BROHIER, or BROHEIR, Eng., in a crescent, an arrow, in pale. I

BROKE, Eng., a fox's head, ppr.

BROKE, a demi-horse.

BROKE, Bart., Suff., a brock or badger, passant, ppr. . And, out of a naval coronet, or, a dexter arm, embowed, encircled with a wreath of laurel, ppr., hand grasping a tri- dent, gold. Saevumgue tridentem servamus.

BROKELSBEY, Line., a brock or badger, ppr.

- II

BROKER, Northamp., a demi-seahorse, or.

. ii BROKESBY, Leic., a boar's head, couped, gu.

-

BROMAGE, Wore., out of a ducal coronet, an armed arm, in gauntlet a sword, ppr.

BROMALL, a Bacchus's head, couped at shoul- ders, gu.

BROMBOROUGH, out of a ducal coronet, or, a cubit arm, az., cuffed, ar., in hand an oak- branch, ppr., fructed, gold. comp.

BROMBY, and BROMLEY, Yorks., out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-lion, rampant, ar., sus- taining a standard, sa., flag, gu., charged with a lion, passant, gardant, of the first.

see plate

BROME, BROOM, and BROOME, Oxon., an arm, couped at elbow, and erect, vested, in hand, ppr., a bunch of broom, vert, seeded, gold.

BROME of West Mailing, Kent, an arm, vested, gu., turned up, ar., in hand, ppr., a slip of broom, vert, flowered, or. l)omine t dirige nos.

BROMEALL, a demi-lion, rampant, double- queued, ppr.- .

BROMELEY, Cambs., out of a mural coronet, or, a demi-lion, rampant, sa., holding a standard, vert, charged with a griffin, pas- sant, of the second. I

BROMELL, Eng., a demi-eagle, displayed, with two heads, each ducally crowned.

BROMEWICH, and BROMWICH, Glouc., Heref., and Herts., out of a ducal coronet, or, a unicorn's head, sa. (Another, gutte*e-d'or. )

. I

BROMFIELD, Kent and Chesh., a demi-tiger, az., armed, maned, and tufted, or, holding erect a broken sword, ar., handle, gu., hilt and pommel, gold. see plate

BROMFIELD, Staffs., a lion, passant, gardant, gorged with a wreath, or and az. see plate

BROMFLET, or BRON ^ET, Lane., on a chapeau, sa., turned up, ,-,,r., a wyvern, vert, ducally crowned, or.

BRO

BRO

BROMFLETE, in a ducal coronet, or, a wolf's head, gu.

BROMHALL, Beds., a demi-lion, or, between paws a cross crosslet, fitched, sa. see plate

BROMHALL, Lond. and Chesh., a lion, passant, or. i

BROMHEAD, Bart., Line., out of a mural coro- net, gu., a unicorn's head, ar., armed and crined, or, in mouth a rose, gu. Concordia res crescunt. see plate

BROMHEAD, Iri., a pelican, vulning, ppr.

BROMIGE, Eng., out of a rnural coronet or, a talbot's head, az., eared, gold. Fides ser- vata ditat.

BROMLEY, Baron Montford. See MONTFORD.

BROMLEY, Chesh., Staffs., and Y.orks., out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-lion, ar., support- ing a banner, gu., charged with a lion, pas- sant, see plate

BROMLEY, Salop, a lion's gamb, erect, ar.

BROMLEY, Bart., Eaststoke, Notts., a pheasant, sitting, ppr. Pensez forte, see plate

BROMLEY, Salop, same crest.

BROMPTON, Eng., a lion, rampant, or.

BROMWICH, out of a ducal coronet, a unicorn's head, sa., gutte'e-d'or. _ . I

BROND, or BROUNDE, Lond. and Suff., a demi- griffin, or, in dexter a battle-axe, in bend, ar., handle, gu.

BRONKER, Kent and Middx., a talbot, passant, gu., under dexter a garland of flowers, ppr.

see plate

BRONKER, Wilts., a cubit arm, erect, vested, sa., cuffed, ar., in hand, ppr., a lozenge, of the first.

BRONSCOMB, or BRANSCOMB, a lion, regardant, ducally gorged and chained.

BROOK, Chesh., a badger, passant, ppr.

BROOK, Lond., on a mount, vert, in front of an oak-tree, a badger, passant, ppr., f ore- dexter resting on a chaplet, or. comp. II

BROOK, Yorks., a sword, erect, ar., hilted, or, thereon two serpents entwined, respecting each other, ppr. ^Estnecastu. see plate no

BROOK, or BROOKE, Bucks., a hawk's lure, with line formed into a bow-knot, between wings, all ppr. .

BROOK, a fleur-de-lis, ar., around it a serpent entwined, ppr. in.

BROOKE of Mere Hall, Chester, a badger, passant, ppr. Vis unita fortior.

BROOKE of Handford, Chester, same crest. Pro avitdfide.

BROOKE of Haughton Hall, Salop, same crest. Virtus est Dei.

BROOKE of Ufford Place, Suff., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm.. a wing, erect, of the first, cheveron, ar., thereon a lion, rampant, sa., crowned, gold. &

BROOK, or BROOKE, Suff. and Kent, same crest.

BROOKE, and WARWICK, Earl of (Greville) : (I.) Out of a ducal coronet, gu., a swan, wings expanded, ar., beaked, of the first. . (.) A bear, erect, ar., muzzled, gu., collared and chained, or, supporting a ragged staff, of the first. Vix ea nostra roco.

comp.

BROOKE, DE CAPEL, Bart., Northamp., a demi- sea horse, ar., maned and finned, or. Spes mea in Deo.

BROOKE, Hants., a lion, rampant, or. BROOKE, Staffs., a stork or crane, or.

BROOKE, Salop, on a mount, vert, a badger,

passant, ppr.

BROOKE, a goat's head, erased, sa., horned and

bearded, or.

BROOKE, Bart., Chester, a man, in armour, in

dexter a spear, on sinister arm a shield, all

ppr. IO

BROOKE, an Indian goat's head, erased, or,

eared and armed, gold. -

BROOKE, Bart., Chesh. and Iri., a brock or

badger, ppr.

BROOKE, Bucks., out of a coronet, or, a plume

of ostrich-feathers, or and sa. .

BROOKE, a demi-lion, gu., between paws a

broad arrow, or, feathered and headed, ar. BROOKE, on a ducal coronet, a cock, ppr.,

combed and wattled, gu. see plate

BROOKE, a griffin's head, erased, charged with

a fess dancettee, and in base a crosslet,

fitches!, gu. see plate

BROOKE, a hedgehog, ppr.

BROOKES, on a mount, a bear muzzled and

chained.

BROOKES, or BROOKS, Eng., three organ pipes,

two in saltier, one in pale, or, enfiled with

a garland of laurel, vert. comp.

BROOKESBY, Eng., a boar's head, couped, gu.,

bristled, or.

BROOKING, Eng. , a sword, in pale, enfiled with

a savage's head, couped, ppr.

BROOKMAN, or BROCKMAN, Kent, on a sword,

erect, ar., hilt and pommel, or, a stag's head,

cabossed, ppr., attired, of the second, blade

through head, and bloody at point. BROOKMAN, Eng., a crane, in dexter a stone.

BROOKS, Bedford, on a mural coronet, an otter,

ppr. Ut amnis vita labitur. see plate

BROOKS, or BROOKES, Sco., a beaver, passant.

Persevcrando.

BROOKS, a bear, ppr., muzzled and chained. BROOKS, Eng., a badger, ppr.

BROOKS, a lion, passant. I

BROOKSBANK, Yorks. and Middx., a hart's

head, couped, ppr., attired, or, gorged with

two bars, wavy, az. comp.

BROOME, Heref., a demi-eagle, or, winged, sa.,

in beak a slip of broom, vert, see plate BROOMFIELD, Eng., a hand, issuing from a

cloud, in fess, pointing to a serpent, head

erect, ppr. .

BROOMFIELD, a demi-heraldic tiger, in dexter

a broken sword. see plate

BROOMHEAD, Eng., a cockatrice, displayed, gu.

BROON, Eng., a branch of holly, and a cross

crosslet, fitched, in saltier. IO

BROSTER, Chester, in dexter hand, ppr., vested,

a palm -branch, vert. comp.

BROTHERS, a demi-greyhound, sa., in feet a

dart, gu., feathered, ar. see plate

BROTHERTON, Eng., in hand, a club, ppr.

BROTHERTON, Stubbing's House, Maidenhead :

( I.) An eagle, displayed, ppr.. (.) A

bear's head, erased at neck, ar., in mouth an

arrow, or, pheoned and feathered, of the

first. see plate

BROUGH, Line., a lion, sejant, collared and

lined, or. I.

BROUGH, Sco., a buffalo's head, sa.

BROUGHAM and VAUX, Baron, Penrith, an arm

BBO





BBO

in armour, embowed, in gauntlet a lucy, ar., on elbow a rose, gu. Pro reye, lege, grege.

BROUGHAM, BROUGHAN, BRONHAN, and BROU- CHAN, Wei., out of a ducal coronet, gu., in dexter hand a sword, ppr. I

BROUGHTON, Ess. and Beds., an eagle's head, erased, sa., in mouth a snake, ar., charged on breast with two cheverons, of the last.

see plate

BROUGHTON, Berks., out of a ducal coronet, or, a boar's head, sa., bristled, gold, gorged with a collar, az., charged* with three escallops, ar.

see plate

BROUGHTON, Bart., Staffs, and Chesh., a sea- dog's head, gu., erased and finned, ar.

BROUGHTON, Salop, a talbot, passant, gu.

BROUGHTON, three ostrich -feathers.

BROUGHTON, Staffs., a squirrel, sejant, gu.

BROUGHTON, Salop, an owl, ar., charged on breast with three snakes, in fret, vert.

comp.

BROUGHTON, a savage's head, affrontee, ppr., temples wreathed, rising therefrom three ostrich-feathers.

BROUGHTON, Eng., a crane's head and neck, erased, in mouth a serpent, ppr.

BROUGHTON, a badger, ppr.

BROUGHTON, Somers., on a mount, vert, a spaniel, couchant, erm. I

BROUGHTON, Baron, Hobhouse, out of a mural coronet, a crescent and etoile. Spes vitce melioris.

BROUN, Bart., Sco., a lion, rampant, in dexter . a fleur-de-lis, or. Floreat majestas.

BROUN, a dexter arm, from elbow, erect, in hand, ppr., a book.

BROUNCKER, an arm, in armour, embowed, in gauntlet a sword, ppr.

BROUND, or BROUNDE, Suff., a demi-griffin, or, in dexter a battle-axe, ar., handle, gu.

BROUNKER, Iri., the Roman fasces, ppr.

BROUNKER, Eng., in lion's paw, erased, ppr., a bezant, or. i

BROUNLEE, a demi-peacock, issuing, ppr.

ii-

BROWELL, Eng., in dexter hand a scimitar, ppr.

BROWKER, Lond. and Southwark, a talbot, pas- sant, gu., supporting with dexter a chaplet, vert. see plate

BROWN, Norf., on a mount, vert, an ostrich, ar., winged, beaked, legged, and collared, or. see plate

BROWN, Sco., a lion, rampant, charged with a cinquefoil, between two fleurs-de-lis, ar. Si sit prudentia. see plate

BROWN 'of Clonboy, co. Clare, an eagle, dis- played. Virtus dabit, euro, servabit.

BROWN, a lion, rampant, in dexter a fleur-de- lis, or. Ploreat majestas.

BROWN, Sco., a demi-lion, gu., in dexter a fleur-de-lis, or. Florcat majestas.

BROWN, Eng., same crest. Gaudco.

BROWN, same crest. Tandem licet sero.

BROWN, or BROUN, Sco., a vine-tree, ppr. Premium virtutis honor.

BROWN, German and Sco., a dolphin, naiant, ppr. Virtus dcdit, cura servabit.

BROWN, Sco., a ship in full sail, in the sea, all ppr. Deus adesto. .

BROWN, an eagle's head, erased, ppr. Vi et virtute. IO.

BROWN, Berks., a lion, rampant. Spero.

BROWN, Herts., a griffin's head, erased, sa., beaked and eared, or, charged on neck with a bar-gemelle, ar., and a trefoil slipped, erm. Si sit prudentia. see plate

BROWN, Herts., a buck's head, sa., attired, or, issuing from a crown, gold. Si sit pru- dentia. I

BROWN, a demi-lion, rampant, in dexter a tre- foil, vert. comp.

BROWN, and BROWNE, Eng., a griffin's head, erased, or.

BROWN, a lion, passant. I

BROWN, ADAM, Esq., Hamilton, Ontario, a lion, rampant, charged with a fleur-de-lis, or. Floreat majestas. see plate

BROWN, on a mount, a hare, current, ppr.

BROWN, and BROWNE, Eng., an eagle, dis- played, vert. Suivez la raison.

BROWN, Bart., Westminster and Sco., a demi- lion, gu., in dexter a fleur-de-lis, or.

BROWN, and BROWNE, Durh., a stork's head, couped at neck, ppr., between wings, ar.

BROWN, Sco., a ship under sail, ppr. Caute et sedido and Deus adesto.

BROWN, Sco., a rose, gu., stalked and leaved, ppr. Armat et ornat. - &

BROWN, Sco., a lion, rampant, ppr. Famce studiosus honestce.

BROWN, Sco., a lion, rampant. Spero.

BROWN, Sco. a dolphin, naiant, ppr. Labor omnia vincit.

BROWN, Sco., in hand an open book, ppr. Dens evehit pios. comp. I

BROWN, Colston, Sco., a lion, rampant, in dex- ter a fleur-de-lis, or. Floreat majestas.

BROWN, Glasgow, Sco., same crest and motto.

BROWN, out of a crown vallary, or, a buck's head, sa., attired, gold.

BROWN, Bart., Sco., and BROWN of Thorny- dikes, a lion, rampant, in dexter a fleur-de- lis, or.

BROWN, Sco., a cock, ppr. Docendo disco.

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BROWN, Sco., in hand a closed book, ppr. De- lectat et ornat. ''

BROWN, Sco., an eagle's head, erased, ppr.

BROWN, or BROWNE, Sco. and Iri., an arm, in armour, embowed, couped at shoulder, in hand a sword, ppr.

BROWN, on a lure, a falcon, rising, ppr.

BROWNE, Marquess of Sligo. See SLIGO.

BROWNE, Bart., Johnstown, Dublin, an eagle, displayed, vert. Suivez la raison.

BROWNE, Liverpool, Lane., an eagle, displayed, with two heads, wings, or, each wing charged with a fleur-de-lis, sa. see plate

BROWNE, Derbs., a lion, rampant, ar., ducally crowned, or, supporting a tilting- spear, ppr., headed, of the first. comp.

BROWNE, Suss., a stag, ppr., attired, ducally gorged, and lined, or. see plate

BROWNE, Baron Kilmaine. See KILMAINE.

BROWNE, Notts., a cock-pheasant, az., combed and beaked, gu., collared, or. II

BROWNE, Dors., on a mount, vert, a hare, cur- rent, ar.

BROWNE, a demi-lion, ducally gorged and chained, or.

BRO

BRO

BROWNE, Devons. and Heref., a demi-man, sa., wreathed about middle and temples, in dex- ter a hammer, or. comp.

BROWNE, Lane., an eagle, displayed, ar., on wings two bars, sa. -

BROWNE, Bucks., a tiger, az., maned, tufted,

and armed, or.

comp.

BROWNE, Kent, a vulture, wings addorsed, dis- pluming a mallard's wing, all ppr.

BROWNE, Eng., in bear's paw, couped and erect, or, a falchion, ar.

BROWNE, Islington, a crane, az., beaked and legged, or, crown of head, gu., in mouth an ear of wheat, gold. see plate

BROWNE, Herts., a dragon's head, ar., guttee- de-poix, between wings, expanded, sa., gut- tee-de-larmes.

BROWNE, Earl of Kenmare. See KENMARE.

BROWNE, out of a mural coronet, gu., a crane's head, erased, erm., charged on neck with an escallop, az. Verum atque deceus.

comp. i

BROWNE, a stork's head, in mouth an acorn, slipped, vert, fructed, or, between wings ex- panded, az., each charged with an escallop, gold.

BROWNE, a mullet, suspended between stags' horns, all sa.

BROWNE, Wymondham, Norf. : (i.) An escal- lop, ar., charged with a cross moline, gu., between four pellets, see plate . (.) A demi-talbot, rampant, ar., pellette'e, holding a spear erect, or. comp.

BROWNE of Janeville, Down, an eagle, dis- played, vert. Suivez la raison.

BROWNE of Mount Kelly, Galway, same crest and motto.

BROWNE of Bronwylfa, co. Flint, an eagle, dis- played, vert. Spectemur agendo.

BROWNE, Suss, and Berks., same crest and motto.

BROWNE of Browne's Hill, co. Carlow, an eagle, displayed, with two heads, sa. Forti- ter et fideliter.

BROWNE of Moyne, Galway, a griffin's head, erased. Fortiter et fideliter.

BROWNE of Greenville, Galway, same crest and motto.

BROWNE, Ess., an eagle, displayed, with two heads, sa.

BROWNE, an eagle, displayed, with two heads, sa., per az. and gu., winged, or.

BROWNE, Heref., a demi-griffin, vert, winged and legged, or.

BROWNE, Suff., a demi-stork, wings expanded, ppr., neck nowed.

BROWNE, Leic., a boar's head, erased, sa., pierced through neck with a broken spear, or, headed, ar. see plates and

BROWNE, Middx., a buck's head, erased, ppr., attired, or.

BROWNE, Lond., a bee-hive, with bees volant, ppr. Virtus et industria. I

BROWNE, Lond., a cubit arm, vested, gu., cuffed, ar., in hand, ppr., a sword, erect, also ppr., hilted, or, entiled with a leopard's head. Virtus curd sen-obit, comp. II

BROWNE, an arm, couped and erect, vested, az., cuffed, erm., in hand, ppr., a caltrap, or.

comp.

BROWNE, a griffin's head, erased, or, collared, ar.

BROWNE, an eagle's head, erased, ar., in beak an arrow, ppr. see plate

BROWNE, Weymouth, Dors., a griffin's head, erased, sa., beaked, or.

BROWNE, a lion, sejant, sa., resting dexter on a shield, ar., charged with a mullet, of the first.

BROWNE, a crane's head and neck, erased, az., ducally gorged, or, in mouth a bezant.

see plate

BROWNE, a demi-griffin, vert, wings elevated, or.

BROWNE of Tallantire Hall, Cumb., a griffin's head, vert, between wings. Traducere cevum leniter.

BROWNE, Bart., Suss., an eagle, displayed, vert.

BROWNE of Browne Hall, Mayo, a griffin's head, erased, ar., langued, gu. Fortiter et fideliter.

BROWNE, WILLIAM-, of Rathbane, Limerick, on a marquess's coronet, ppr., an eagle, dis- played, gu., winged and membered, or. Suivez la raison. comp. IO

BROWNELL, Yorks., an escallop, ar. i

BROWNELL, Derbs., out of a ducal coronet, a triple plume of twelve ostrich-feathers, ar.

BROWNHILL, Sco. , the sun rising from behind a mountain, ppr. Radii omnia lustrant.

BROWNING, Comley, Glouc., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a pair of wings, erect, in bend sinister. comp.

BROWNING, out of a ducal coronet, a cocka- trice's head.

BROWNING, Iri., a dexter arm, embowed, in hand a battle-axe, ppr. comp.

BROWNING, Eng., an arm, from elbow, issuing from a cloud in sinister, hand above a ser- pent's head, erect from middle, and looking toward the sinister, ppr. comp. ill.

BROWNLEE, and BROWNLIE, Sco., an arm, in armour, in hand
BROWNLEE, and BRONLIE, Eng., a demi-pea- cock, issuing, ppr.

BROWNLEE, and BROWNLIE, Sco., an eagle, dis- played, charged on breast with an annulet.

comp.

BROWNLOW, Iri., a goat's head, erased, ar.

BROWNLOW, Iri., a goat's head, erased, ar., col- lared, gu. -

BROWNLOW, Earl (Cust), a lion's head, erased, sa., gorged with a collar, paly. Opera illius mea sunt.

BROWNLOW, Lond. and Line. , on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a greyhound, passant, or, collared, of the first.

BROWNRIG, or BROWNRIGG, Eng., a lion, ram- pant, in dexter a fleur-de-lis, ppr.

BROWNRIGG, Bart., Iri., out of a mural coronet, or, a sword, erect, ppr., pommel and hilt, or, entwined by a serpent, vert. Virescit vulnere virtus.

BROWNSMITH, in a frame, lozenge-shaped, five arrows, points downward, one in pale, four in saltier.

BROWNSWORD, Eng., a pegasus, current, ppr.

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BROXHOLME, Line , a bear, statant, against an elm-tree, all ppr. see plate

BROYN, two lions' paws, sa , holding up a shield, ar. see plate

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BRY

BRUCE, BRUDENELL, Marquess of Ailesbury. See AILESBURY.

BRUCE, Earl of Elgin. See ELGIN.

BRUCE of Kennet, Clackmannan, in hand, a sceptre, ppr. Fuimus.

BRUCE of Scoutbush, Iri., in hand a scimitar, ppr. Do well, doubt nought.

BRUCE, Sco., a horse's head, bridled, ppr. Be true.

BRUCE, Bart., Stenhouse, Stirling, on a cha- peau, an arm, from shoulder, couped, fess- wise, in hand a sceptre, ensigned on point with an open crown. Fuimus. comp.

BRUCE, Newton, Sco., an eagle's head, couped, ppr. Spes mea supernt.

BRUCE, Mowance, Sco., in dexter hand a heart, ppr. Omnia vincit amor.

BRUCE, Sco., a naked arm flexed, out of a cloud,

in hand a human heart, ppr. Semper fidelis.

comp.

BRUCE, Sco. and Eng., a lion, passant, az. (Another, or. ) . I

BRUCE, Bart., Iri., a lion, passant, az., in dex- ter a trefoil, slipped, ppr.

BRUCE, Balcaskie, Sco., the setting sun, ppr. Irrevocabile.

BRUCE, Sco., a lion, rampant. Fuimus.

BRUCE of Wester Kinlock, Sco., a star, or. Ad summa virtus.

BRUCE, Pittarthie, Sco., a horse's head, couped, and furnished, ppr. True.

BRUCE, Garvet, Sco., in hand a sword, ppr. Venture forward.

BRUCE, Sco., an arm, embowed, in hand a cut- lass, ppr. Do well, doubt nought. __ .

BRUCE of Arnot, Sco., the sun rising from cloud, ppr. Nee me qui ccetera vincit. I

BRUCKSHAW, or BRUCKSHOW, Eng., a sea-chart, ppr.

BRUDENAL, and BRUDENELL, Eng., a battle- axe, in pale, surmounted by a branch of laurel and a branch of rue, in saltier, ppr.

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BRUDENELL, Earl of Cardigan. See CARDIGAN.

BRUDENELL, Leic. and Northamp. : (i.) An arm, embowed, covered with leaves, vert, in hand, ppr., a spiked club, or, slung to arm with a line, gold. and . (.) A talbot, ar., ducally gorged, gu. comp. . and . (.) A sea-horse, ar. En grace affic.

BRUDENELL, a sea-horse, ar. En grace affie.

BRUEN, or BRUIN, a pedlar, passant, ar., with a crutch in dexter, and a pack on back, or.

BRUEN, Chesh., a fisherman, vested, in dexter a fisherman's staff, in sinister a landing net over the shoulder, or.

BRUER, a mermaid, ppr.

BRUGES, DE, Eng., a calvary cross, on three grieces, gu.

BRUGES, Lond., on an anchor, or, a scroll. Mihi coelum portas. comp.

BRUGES, Glouc., Wilts., and Ess., a Saracen's head, in profile, couped at shoulder, ppr., vested, ar., semee of torteaux, and wreathed, of the second, and sa. comp.

BRUGET, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, or, a swan's head and neck, between wings, ar.

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BRUMFIELD, Eng., a pheon, az.

, Eng., a mermaid, ppr.

BRUMIN, a lion's head, erased, or, fretty, sa.

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BRUMMEL, or BRUMMELL, a dove with an olive- branch, ppr. .

BRUMSTEAD, a demi-griffin, ar., wings expanded, or, in dexter a cross formee, fitched, gu.

see plate

BRUN, a stag, lodged, sa.

BRUNE, a goat, passant, ar., horned, or.

BRUNE, PRIDEAUX-, Cornw. and Dors., a man's head, in profile, couped at shoulders, on head a chapeau, az., turned up, ar.

BRUNECK, Eng., an eagle's head, erased, sa.

BRUNET, Eng., a cockatrice, displayed, gu.

BRUNSELL Notts., in lion's gamb, erased, a rose, ar., stalked and leaved, vert. I

BRUNSPIELD, and BRUNSFIELDS, Sco., a demi- chevalier, brandishing a sword, ppr.

BRUNTON, a beacon in flames, ppr. Fax men- tis incendium glorice.

BRUNTON, Eng., an anchor, sa. n

BRUSE, out of a ducal coronet, gu., a lion's head, or.

BRUSE, Norf., a Saracen's head, in profile, ppr., wreathed, ar. and gu.

BRUSE, an eagle, rising, regardant, ppr.

BRUSE, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-lion, az.

BRUSELL, a lion's head, erased, gu. -.

BRUSKETT, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi- lion, az.

BRUTON, or BRUTTN, Exeter, a demi - wolf, ducally crowned, bet ween paws a mullet, ppr.

BRUTTON, a cat, sejant, gardant, ppr.

BRUTTON, Eng., a sphere, ppr. I

BRUYER, and BRUYERES, Eng., a bear's paw, erased.

BRUYIN, or BRUYN, Surr. and Ess., a goat, ar., attired, or.

BRUYN, and BRUYNE, on a chapeau, an ibex, gu. comp.

BRUZEAD, Eng., a cat, sejant, sa.

BRYAN, Upton, Wexford, on a mural coronet, ppr., a lion, rampant, gu., collared, gemelle, or, charged on shoulder with a cinquefoil, ar. see plate

BRYAN, a greyhound, current, regardant, col- lared, see plate

BRYAN, Kent, on a garb, in fess, a bird.

BRYAN, Iri., a demi-savage, ppr.

BRYAN, on a dexter hand, couped, in fess, a hawk, close, ppr.

BRYAN, on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a bugle-horn, unstrung, or, tipped and gar- nished, sa. comp. i.

BRYAN, DE, Iri., in dexter hand an escallop, or.

BRYANT, Middx., out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-lion, az. Fortitcr etfideliter.

BRYANT, Eng., a flag, az., charged with a sal- tier, ar. II

BRYCE, a cock, ppr., in beak an ear of corn.

comp.

BRYCE, Eng., a griffin's head, erased, or.

BRYCE, Sco., a dexter arm, in hand a cutlass, ppr. Do well, doubt nought.

BRYCE, Sco., out of a cloud, in sinister, in dexter hand a pair of scales, ppr. Flat justitia.

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BRYUALL, Middx., in lion's gamb, erect and erased, az., a broken lance, ar., headed, or.

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BRYDEN, Berwicks., a hawk's head, erased, ppr., charged with three bezants, one and two. Keep watch. comp.

BRYDEN, Sco., a lion, passant, az. I

BRYDGES, Kent, the bust of an old man, in profile, ppr., vested, gu., and semee of roundles, counterchanged, wreathed round temples, of the first and az. Maintien le droit. comp.

BRYDGES, Bart., Heref., two wings, addorsed, ar., charged with a bend, engrailed, sa.

comp.

BRYDGES, Bart., Kent, a Saracen's head, in profile, ppr., vested, paly, of the first and gu., and semee of roundles, on head a cap, or, lined with fur, ar., cap and breast charged with a pheon, sa. Maintien le droit.

BRYDGES - JONES, Bart., Boultibrook, Heref. : (i.) For Bridges, two wings, addorsed, ar., charged with a bend, engrailed, sa. comp. , . (.) For Jones, a cushion, gu., gar- nished and tasselled, or, a representation of the royal arms of Persia. (.)* A crow, sa., resting dexter on the star of the Order of the Crescent. Deus pascit corvos.

BRYEN, or BRIAN : (i.) A beacon in flames, or. . (.) An heraldic tiger, current, ar., bezante*e. see plate

BRYKES, or BYRKES, a wolf's head, erased, in mouth an arrow, gold, feathered, gu.

BRYMER, Sco., in hand, gauntleted, a pheon, ppr. Per tela, per hostes.

BRYMTON, BRYMPTON, and BRUMPTON, out of a ducal coronet, ppr., a lion's paw.

BRYNE, in lion's paw a hawk's lure, ppr.

BRYNE, Iri., a mermaid, with mirror and comb,

PP^ .

BRYSILLY, Eng., a cock-pheasant, purp.

BRYSON, BRYSOUN, BRYSSAN, or BRYSSONE, Sco., a spur-rowel, ppr.

BRYSON of Craigton, in hand a horn, ppr. Ever ready.

BRYSON, Eng., a ship under sail. God, with my right.

BUBB, Carlisle, Cumb., on a mount, vert, a uni- corn, sejant, ar., crined and armed, or, dexter on a shield. see plate

BUCCLEUCH and QUEENSBERY, Duke of (Scott- Douglas), a stag, trippant, ppr., attired and unguled, or. Amo.

BUCHAN, Earl of (Erskine), Sco., a dexter arm, in hand a baton, raguled, ppr. Judge nought.

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BUCHAN, Sco., a demi-lion, rampant, between paws a laurel-branch, ppr. Fortior qui mdior.

see plate BUCHAN, Sco., a lion's head, erased, gu.

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BUCHAN, Iri., a wolf, sejant, sa.

BUCHANAN, Sco., a dexter hand, holding up a

ducal cap, ppr., tufted with a lose, gu., all

within two laurel-branches, vert. C^arior hinc

honos. i

BUCHANAN, Sco., same crest. Audaces juro.

BUCHANAN, Sco., a lion's paw, erased and erect,

ppr. Nobilis est ira leonis. "

BUCHANAN, Sco., a dagger, erect, ppr. Ndoilis

est ira leonis.

BUG

BUCHANAN, Sco., in hand a sword, ppr. God, with my right.

BUCHANAN, Sco., in hand a sabre, in bend, ppr. Audacia et industria.

BUCHANAN, Sco., a sinister arm, embowed, in f ess, vested, in hand a bow, or. Par sit for- tuna Idbori. - *

BUCHANAN, Sco. and Eng., two hands, con- joined and couped, in f ess. .

BUCHANAN, Sco., a dove and olive-branch, ppr. Nuncia pacts.

BUCHANAN, Sco., a hand pointing a lance, in bend, ppr. Secundo euro.

BUCHANAN of Auchintorlie, Dumbarton, in hand, couped, a duke's coronet, with two laurel-branches wreathed under it. Clarior hinc honos. I -

BUCHANAN, Iri., a demi unicorn, or. n

BUCHANAN, Sco., a rose, slipped, gu. Ducitur hinc honos.

BUCHANAN of Ardoch, Dumbarton, two hands grasping a two-handed sword, ppr. Clariora sequor.

BUCHANNAN, Sco., in hand a bow, in bend, ppr.

BUCHE, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-boar, sa., pierced in neck with an arrow, ppr.

BUCK, a demi - lion, rampant, ppr. , ducally crowned, or, in paws a bow, gold, see plate

BUCK, Norf., a buck, lodged, ppr.

BUCK of Denholme, Yorks., a portcullis. Nosce teipsum.

BUCK, Line., a portcullis, az., garnished and chained, or. n

BUCK, Hants., an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., garnished, or, in hand a scimitar, ar., hilted, gold. .

BUCK, a buck's head, couped, ppr.

BUCK, Glouc. and Wore., a buck's attires, ar., fixed to scalp, or.

BUCK, Line., a Saracen's head, in profile, ppr., wreathed, or and az., on head a cap, neck charged with two bars-gernelle.

comp.

BUCKBY, Eng., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, enn., a garb, or, banded, ar.

BUCKE, Camb., a buck, at gaze, erm., against an olive-tree, ppr. St.

BUCKE, Kent, an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., in hand a cutlass, ar., hilt, gold.

BUCKERIDGE, Middx., a stag, current, ppr. .

BUCKET, Eng., a lily and a holly-branch, in sal- tier, ppr.

BUCKFIELD, BUCKFOLD, and BUCKFOULD, a buck, ppr., attired, or, in a field, vert, paled around, of the first.

BUCKINGHAM, a lion, rampant, gu.

BUCKINGHAM, Lond., on a chapeau, az., turned up, erm., a demi-swan, wings expanded, ppr., membered, or, ducally gorged, gu.

see plate

BUCKINGHAM and CHANDOS, Duke of, Earl Temple (Temple-Nugent-Brydges-Chandos- Grenville) : (i.) For Grenvitte, a garb, vert. . (.) For Temple, on a ducal coronet, a martlet, or. . (.) For Brydges, an old man's head, in profile, ppr., vested, paly, of the first and gu., seme'e of roundles, counterchanged, on head a cap, or, lined with fur, ar., cap and breast charged with a pheon, sa. Templa quam dilecta.

comp.

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BUCKINGHAMSHIKE, Earl of (Hobart-Hamp- den) : (i.) For Hampden, a talbot, statant> erm., collared, ringed, and lined, gu., end of line tied in a knot over back. comp. . (.) For Hobart, a bull, passant, per pale, sa. and gu., bezantee, in nose a ring, or. Auctor pretiosa facit.

BUCKLAND, Bucks., on a mount, vert, a stag, lodged, ppr.

BUCKLAND, and BUCKLE, Somers., on a cha- peau, gu., turned up, erm., a talbot, sejant, or. comp. l. II

BUCKLE, Suss., out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-ounce, ar. Nil temere tenta nil timide. BUCKLE, a lion's head, erased.

BUCKLE, or BUCKEL, Lond., out of a ducal coronet, or, a bull's head, ar.

BUCKLE, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi- leopard, ar. seeplate

BUCKLER, or BUCLER, Dors., a dragon's head, erased, sa., charged with two bars, or, be- tween three bezants. comp. BUCKLER, Oxon. and Dors., a dragon's head, erased, sa., guttee-d'or. BUCKLEY, Wilts., out of a ducal coronet, or, a bull's head, ar., armed, gold. Nee temere, nee timide. BUCKLEY, Kent, a demi- eagle, rising, ppr.

BUCKLEY, Chesh., a griffin's head, gu., between wings, of the same, bezantee.

BUCKLEY, Eng., a stag's head.

BUCKMASTER, Line., Devons., and Northamp., a demi-lion, sa., in dexter a fleur-de-lis, or, charged on shoulder with three annulets, of the same. see plate

BUCKMINSTER, Northamp., a demi-lion, ram- pant, sa., supporting a battle-axe, erect, or, headed, ar. comp.

BUCKNALL, Eng,, a buck's head, cabossed, sa.

BUCKNALL of Turin Castle, Mayo, a buck's head, cabossed, sa., attired, or.

BUCKNELL, or BUCKNEL, Eng., in dexter hand, issuing from a cloud, in fess, a ball, ppr.

BUCKNER, a fleur-de-lis, gu., with adder en- twined, head issuing from centre leaf, ppr.

in.

BUCKSTON, Derby, a pelican, vulning, or.

Fructum habet caritas. -

BUCKSTON of Bradborne, Derby, a pelican,

vulning, or. Fructum habet cantos.

BUCKTON, Yorks., a goat's head, erased.

BUCKTON, Northumb., a goat's head, erased,

attired, or. -

BUCKTON, or BUKETON, Yorks., a demi-shark,

issuing, regardant, gorging a negro, ppr.

BUCKTON, DE, a goat's head, couped, armed,

or and vert.

BUCKWORTH, Surr., a demi-lion, in dexter a

cross crosslet, fitched.

BUCKWORTH, Bart., Surr., a man's head and

shoulders, affrontde, armed and helmeted,

beaver up, all ppr.

BUCTON, a hand, issuing from a cloud, in fess,

reaching to a garland of laurel, ppr. .

BUDD, Iri., an heraldic tiger, passant, gu.

. ii

BUDD, Eng., a dragon's head, neck trans- pierced with a spear.

BUDDEN, Eng., a bull's head, ppr., charged with a cross batone"e, or. seeplate

BUDDS, Eng., a ram, passant, ar.

BUDGEN, Eng., in lion's paw, sa., a spear, tas- selled, in bend sinister.

BUDORSHIDE, and BUDOXHEAD, Cornw., a stag's head, erased, ar.

BUDWORTH, Eng., a sinister arm, couped, ppr., vested, az., in hand a bow. I

BUDWORTH, Ess., a wolf's head, erased, ppr.

BUGGE, Ess., out of a ducal coronet, or, a moor's head, in profile, sa., wreathed, gold and az. comp.

BUGGEN, and BUGGIN, Kent and Lond., a cockatrice, displayed, ar.

BUGGEN, BUGGIN, and BUGGENS, a Doric column, ar., entwined with laurel. I

BUGGINE, Kent and Lond., a cockatrice, dis- played, ar., crested and membered.

BUGGINE, an antelope, sejant, ar., armed, tufted,, and unguled, sa. comp.

BUIST, Perth, a swan, naiant, wings addorsed, devouring a perch, all ppr. Assiduitate.

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BUKETON, Yorks., a demi-shark, issuing, swal- lowing a negro, ppr.

BUKHILL, Eng., a talbot's head, ar.

BULBEC, and BULBECK, Ess., a lion's head, re- gardant, ppr.

BULBEC, and BULBECK, in hand a sealed letter, ppr. comp.

BULBECK, Kingston, a bull, passant, vert, hoofed, maned, and armed, or.

BULCOCK, Lond. and Devons., a lion's head, gu., within a chain, in orle, issuing, or.

BULIMORE, Eng., a demi-lion, rampant, sa.

BULKALEEL, Eng. , out of a ducal coronet, or, a bull's head, ar., armed, gold.

BULKELEY- WILLIAMS, Bart., Wei.: (i.) For Bulkeley, out of a ducal coronet, or, a bull's head, ar., horned, gold, and charged with a cheveron, sa. comp. . (.) For Wil- liams, a Saracen's head, couped at shoulders, ppr. Nee temere, nee timide.

BULKELEY, Iri., Bucks, and Chesh., out of a ducal coronet, or, a bull's head, ar., armed, gold. Nee temere, nee timide.

BULKELEY, Eng., a bull's head and neck, erased.

BULKELEY, Eng. a bull's head and neck, couped, armed, or and ar.

BULKELEY, or BULKELY, Iri., a bull's head, couped at neck, sa. -

BULL, Lond. and Yorks., on a cloud, ppr., a celestial sphere, az. Sol, mi, re, fa.

BULL, a bull's head and neck, erased, sa. .

BULL, Iri., a rose, gu.

BULL, Lond., Yorks., and Norf., a bull's head, erased, sa., charged with six annulets.

seeplate

BULL, Oxon., a bull's head, cabossed, gu., be- tween wings, or. comp.

BULL, Lond., a lion's head, erased, sa., ducally crowned, or. comp.

BULLEN, Line., a bull's head, couped, sa., armed, or. -

BULLER, Bart., Cornw., Devons., and Somers., an old man's head, affrontee, wreathed, ppr.

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BULLER, Cornw.: (i.) An eagle, on a rock,

BUL

supporting a banner. (.) A Saracen's head,

ppr. Aquila non captat muscas. BULLER, Somers. and Gornw., an old inan's

head, affrontee, ppr.

BULLEE, Cornw. and Somers., a moor's head,

affrontee, couped, ppr., wreathed, ar. and az.

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BULLER, Bart., Lupton, Devons., a Saracen's head, couped, ppr.

BULLER, WENTWORTH, of Downes, Devon, a Saracen's head, couped, ppr. Aquila non capit muscas.

BULLEY, Eng., a heart, inflamed, ppr.

BULLINGHAM, Line., an escallop, ar., between two palm-branches, vert.

BULLIVANT, a demi-lion, or, charged on breast with a fleur-de-lis, vert, between gambs a tower, sa. see plate

BULLMAN, out of a ducal coronet, a bull's head, ppr. Pro patria.

BULLO, and BULOW, Eng., an arm, embowed, hand clenched, ppr.

BULLOCK, seven arrows, six in saltier, and one in base, gu., feathered and headed, ar., en- filed with a mural coronet, of the last.

cqmp.

BULLOCK, five triple-pointed spears, staves, or, headed, ar., tied together with a knot, gu.

BULLOCK, Lond., on a mount, vert, a bee-hive, or, thereon a bee, displayed, ppr. see plate

BULLOCK, Ess., five battle-axes, staves, or, heads, sa., tied together with a bow knot, gu.

BULLOCK, WATSON-, Ess.: (i.) For Bullock, five antique halberds, blades, ppr., handles, or, encircled with a ribbon, gold, the cord tied in a knot, gu. Nil conscire sibi. comp. . (.) For Watson, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, in gauntlet a palm- branch, ppr. Esperance en Dieu. comp.

BULMAN, out of a ducal coronet, a bull's head, ppr. Pro patria.

BULMAN, Northumb., on- a mount, vert, a bull, passant, ar., dexter on a roundle, az.

see plate

BULMAR, a demi-lion, rampant, holding an escallop.

BULMER, a demi-bull, rampant, gu., armed, or, thereon an escallop, between two billets, in pale, gold.

BULMER, or BULLMER, Ess. and Yorks, a bull, passant, gu., armed and unguled, or.

BULMER, a demi-bull, rampant, gu., armed, or.

BULSTREE, and BOULSTREE, out of a mural coronet, a stag's head. see plate

BULSTRODE, Beds, and Bucks., a bull's head and neck, gu., attired, ar., between wings, of the first.

BULT, Eng., an arm, in armour, couped, em- bowed, a sash at shoulders, gu., in hand a club.

BULTEEL of Flete, Devons., out of a ducal coro- net, gu., a pair of wings, ar., billettee, of the first.

BULTEEL, and BULTELL, Somers., a bull's head, gu., between wings, or.

BULWER, Norf., a horned wolf. Advcrsis major, par secundis.

BULWER, LYTTON-, Bart., of Knebworth, Herts.: (i.) For Bulwer, an ibex's head, erased, erm., armed and crined, or. . (.) For Wi'j'jctt, a dove, regardant, in beak

BUB

a laurel-branch, all ppr. Adversis major, par secundis.

BULWORTH, out of a ducal coronet, or, a stag's head, between two branches of palm, ppr.

comp. I

BULWORTH, a stag's head, erased, ppr.

BUMSTEAD, and BUMSTED, out of a cloud, a hand, erect, pointing to a star, all ppr. .

BUNBURY, Bart., K.C.B., Chesh., two swords, in saltier, through the mouth of a leopard's face, or, the blades, ppr., hilts and pommels, gold. Firmum in vita nihil.

BUNBURY, Iri., a hand, in fess, issuing from a cloud, and reaching to a garland of laurel, all ppr.

BuNBURY-RiCHARDSON, Bart., Iri. : (i.) For Bunbury, in front of a tree, ppr., on a mount, vert, a leopard's head, transfixed by two arrows, in saltier, also ppr. (.) For Richard- son, a lion, rampant, erm., in mouth a tre- foil, slipped, vert, the four paws seme'e of torteaux, and charged on breast with a cross crosslet, or. Virtus paret robur. see plate

BUNCE, Kent, a demi-boar, az., pierced through neck with a broken spear, gu., headed, ar. Sic vivere, vivetis. see plate

BUNCH, Sco., a stork, ppr.

BUND, Wore., an eagle's head, erased, or.

BUNDY, Wore., in hand an eagle's leg, erased, all ppr. Certum pete finem.

BUNFORD, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, a demi- lion, gu.

BUNGEY, an eagle, wings addorsed, ar., stand- ing en a laurel- branch, vert, fructed, or.

see plate

BUNHILL, in bear's paw, erased, sa., a rose, slipped and leaved, ppr. I

BUNN, Eng., an ostrich-head, ar., collared, gu., between two branches, vert. jo.

BUNNELL, Eng., on a ducal coronet, a Cornish chough, rising, ppr.

BUNNEY, and BUNNY, Yorks. and Durh., a goat's head, erased, sa., attired, or, charged on one of the horns with two annulets con- joined, of the last. Monte dessus. comp.

BUNNY, Ryton, Durh., a goat's head, erased, sa., charged with a mullet. Monte dessus.

comp.

BUNTEN, Sco., in hand a sword, ppr. Fortiter etfide.

BUNTEN, and BUNTING, Sco., a bantam, on a garb, ppr. Copiose et opportune.

BUNTING, Eng., in hand, issuing from a cloud, two branches of laurel, in orle.

BUNTING, Eng., an armillary sphere, ppr. i

BUNTON, Eng., on a ducal coronet, a talbot, passant, collared and lined.

BUNYARD, Kent, a buck, springing. Renovato nomine. -

BURARD, Eng. , on a ducal coronet, or, an etoile of eight points, ppr. .

BURBAGE, a boar's head, erased, ar., between two branches, vert. - J *

BURBIDGE, Eng., between the attires of a stag, or, erect and erased, a boar's head, sa.

BURBRIDGE, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, az., two arms, embowed, vested, gu., in each an ostrich feather, ar.

BURBYCHE, Middx. and Heref., a boar's head and neck, erased, ar., between two oak- branches, vert, fructed, of the second.

BUB

BURCETRE, Eng., a comet star, ppr.

BURCHALL, Heref., a lion, rampant, az., sup- porting a tree, vert. see plate BURCHALL, and BURCHILL, Eng., out of a ducal

coronet, two hands, dexter and sinister, in

saltier, each grasping a scimitar, ppr. BURCHALL, and BURCHAM, Eng., a greyhound,

sejant, collared and lined, ar. .

BURCHAR, Lond. and Ess., a greyhound, sejant,

ar., ducally gorged, or. comp. .

BURCHE, Eng., an eagle, wings expanded, gu.

BURCHETT, Eng., a winged spur, ppr. BURCKHEAD, and BURKETT, a goat, rampant,

ar.

BURD, and BYRDE, Lond., an eagle's head,

erased, ducally gorged, or. comp. BURDEN, Eng., a heart, transfixed by a sword in

bend, sinister. I

BURDENBROKE, a boar's head, erased gu. BURDENBROKE, Eng., an otter's head, erased,

sa, .

BURDET, or BURDETT, Bart., Yorks., on a

tower, ar., a martlet, wings displayed, or.

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BURDETT of Ballymany, Kildare, a lion's head,

erased, sa.

BURDETT of Hunstanton, King's County, same

crest. BURDETT, Bart., Derbs., a lion's head, erased,

sa., langued, gu.

BURDETT, Eng., a lion's head, couped, sa.

BURDETT, Warw. and Yorks., a thistle, ppr.

BURDETT, Bart., Iri., a lion's head, erased, sa.

BURDON, Durh., a lion, rampant, supporting

himself by a pilgrim's staff, or. see plate BURDON, Eng., a gilliflower, or.

BURDUS, or BURDUSS, Middx., an elephant,

erm., on a mount, vert, under a .tree, ppr.

comp.

BURE, Eng., an eagle, ppr.

BURFOOT, Lond., on a wreath an eastern crown,

thereon a pine-apple, leaved, and crowned

with leaves which grow from the top, all or.

comp.

BURG, a falcon, standing on a serpent, nowed,

ppr. II

BURGACE, BURGASS, BURGAS, and BURGASE,

Eng., two pigeons, billing, ppr.

BURGE, Eng., a branch of olive, ppr. BURGES, Ess., a Saracen's head, in profile, ppr.,

wreathed, ar. and sa.

BURGES, Line., on a mural coronet, a round

buckle, gold, tongue erect. comp. BURGESS, Suss, and Berks., a camel's head,

ppr., erased, gu., bezante'e. Levins jit

patientid. see plate

BURGESS, a lion, rampant.

BURGESS, a griffin's head, erased.

BURGESS, Eng., a greyhound's head, ppr.,

bezantee, or.

BURGESS, a lion, rampant, gu., in dexter an

annulet enclosing a fleur-de-lis, ar.

comp. BURGH, an arm, in armour, couped, fesswise,

hand apaumee, ppr., ribboned and bowed.

. i o without mace BURGH, Eng., a falcon, rising, erm., belled and

ducally gorged, or.

BUR

BURGH, a fleur-de-lis, ar., environed with a serpent, vert. in.

BURGHALL, Iri., a wolf's head, erased, sa.

BURGHEP, or BURGHEPE, a friar's head, in pro- file, ppr., couped at shoulders, vested, grey.

BURGHERSH, Baron. See WESTMORELAND.

BURGHERSH, Devons. and Norf., on a mural coronet, gu., a demi-lion, double-queued, ar.

see plate

BURGHERSH, Eng., two stumps of trees, couped and raguly, in saltier, ppr., banded, vert.

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BURGHTLL, Suff. and Well., a lion's head, erased, ar.

BURGHLEY, and BURGLY, Eng., a winged grey- hound, sejant. .

BURGIN, Eng., a sword and key, in saltier, ppr.

BURG is, Eng., a camel's head, ppr.

BURGOIGNE, or BURGOYNE, Cambs. and Devons. an antelope, sejant, ar., attired, tufted, and maned, sa.

BURGON, Eng., a cock, crowing, or.

BURGON, Longstanton, Herts., a tiger, sejant, ar., maned and tufted, sa.

BURGONE, and BURGOYNE, Oxon., on a ducal coronet, or, a lion, passant, gu.

BURGOYNE, Bart., Sutton Park, Beds., atalbot, sejant, or, ears, sa., gorged with a plain col- lar, gu.

BURK, under the shade of two trees, a stag, lodged, ppr. comp. So.

BURKE, a demi-bull, rampant, armed and un- guled, or, gorged with a chaplet, vert.

BURKE, Bart., Iri., a mountain-cat, sejant, gar- dant, ppr., collared and chained, or. Ung roy, ung foy, ung loy.

BURKE, Iri., a cat, sejant, ppr. A cruce solus.

BURKE, Bart., Iri., out of a ducal coronet, or, a plume of ostrich-feathers, ar. In hoc signo vinces.

BURKET, and BURKETT, Eng., a garb, or. Im- pendam, expendar.

BURKET, BURKETT, and BURKITT, Eng. , a dex- ter arm, embowed, in hand a club.

BURKETT, a goat, rampant.

BURKIN, Suff., a crab, ppr.

BURLAND, Eng., a demi- savage, brandishing a scimitar, ppr. .

BURLAND, a griffin's head, erased, collared.

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BURLEIGH, Eng., a stag's head, erased, gu.

- BURLES, a squirrel, sejant, cracking a nut, all

ppr.

BURLEY, Leic. and Wilts., a demi-boar, ppr. ,

armed, hoofed, and bristled, or, and gorged

with a chain, gold, supporting a thistle, ppr.

see plate BURLINGTON, Earl of (Cavendish), a snake,

nowed, ppr. Carendo tutus. ill.

BURLINSON, Durh., a demi-lion, between paws

a rose, ar., barbed, vert.

comp. I

BURLTON, a dexter and sinister arm, vested, holding up a cross crosslet, fitched.

BURLY, or BURLEY, Suff., a squirrel, sejant, supporting a ragged staff, or. see plate

BURMAN, Eng., a demi-peacock, az.

BURMESTER, Eng., a cross pattee, az., within six mullets, in a circle, or.

BUB

BUR

BURMEY, Eng., in dexter hand, ppr., an anchor, erect, or, environed with clouds, ar. Arcus, artes, astra.

BURN, Sco., in hand, ppr., a cross crosslet, fitcbed, az. Vincit veritas. .

BURN, or BURNE, a torteau, az.

BURN, an arm, erect, vested, sa., cuffed, ar., in hand, ppr., a fleur-de-lis, or. . I

BURN, Sco. and Lond., in dexter hand a horn, ppr. Ever ready.

BURN, Perthshire, two daggers, in saltier, ppr. Tendit ad astra fides.

BURN, or BURNE, Eng., a heart, gu.

BURNABY, Bart., Oxon., out of a naval coronet, a demi-lion, rampant, gardant, or, in dexter a staff, ppr. , thereon a flag, gu. Pro rege.

BURNABY, and BURNEBY, Middx., a demi-man, sa., in dexter a bunch of columbine flowers, ppr., and round neck a rope, or.

BURNBY, and BURNEBY, Middx., on a mount, a stag rising from under a tree, ppr. So.

BURNELL, Lond., a greyhound, sejant, ar.

BURNELL, in lion's gamb, erased, sa., a rose- branch, gu., leaved, vert. i

BURNELL, Norf., a tower in flames, ppr.

BURNELL, in lion's gamb, erased, sa., a sprig of woodbine, ppr.

BURNELL, or BURNEL, in lion's gamb, erased, sa., three flowers, az., leaved, vert.

BURNES, Montrose : (i.) A demi-eagle, dis- played, transfixed, by a javelin in bend, sinister, ppr. comp. . (.) Out of an Eastern crown, or, an oak-tree, withered, renewing its foliage, ppr. Ob patriam vul- nera passi.

BURNESS, Sco., a pegasus-head, ar., crined, between wings, or, gorged with a bay- branch, ppr. Persevcrantia vincit.

see plate

BURNET, Sco., a hand with a cutlass, cutting a vine-branch, ppr. Tandam fit surculus arbor.

BURNET, Sco., a branch of holly, slipped, ppr. Nee fluctu, nee flatu.

BURNET, or BURNETT, Northumb., a holly- bush, vert, fructed, gu. Virtute cresco.

- H BURNET, Sco., a boar's head, erased, ar.

Quidni pro sodali.

BURNET, Wilts., a vine, couped, ppr. Virescit,

rulnere virtus.

BURNET of Craigmyle, Sco., in dexter hand a

palm branch, ppr. Quce vernant crescent.

BURNET, Sco., a holly-branch, ppr. Virtute

cresco.

BURNET, Peebles, Sco., a vine-branch, slipped,

ppr. Tandem fit surculus arbor.

BURNET, Sco., in hand a knife, pruning a

vine-tree, ppr. Virescit vulnere virtus.

BURNETT, Bart., Leys, Aberdeen, same crest

and motto. BURNETT, Sco., out of a cloud, in sinister, a

hand, in fess, grasping a pruning knife, ppr.

comp.

BURNETT, Iri., a holy lamb, regardant, ar.,

holding the standard of St. Patrick, ppr.

- ri BURNETT, a bull's head, ducally gorged and

crowned. comp. -

BURNETT, a lion's head, erased, gu.

BURNEY, Kent, an arm in a mauncli, in fess, in hand a cross pattde, fitched. Omne bonum desuper. comp.

BURNEY, or BURNIE, Sco., alion', head, erased, gu. Sapere aude incipie.

BURNEY, or BURNIE, Eng., a bull's head, du- cally gorged and crowned. comp.

BURNHAM, Berks., out of a ducal coronet, in hand a dagger, in pale, blade wavy. Basis virtutem constantia.

BURNHAM, Line., out of a ducal coronet, in hand a dagger, in pale, blade wavy.

BURNHAM, Eng., a leopard's head, erased, ppr.

BURNMAN, Devons., a bull's head, erased, or, horned.

BURNS, Sco., two hands issuing from clouds, conjoined in fess, ppr., holding up a laurel- branch, vert.

BURNS, Sco. and Eng., a dove, wings expanded, azl . ii

BURNSIDE, Sco., a crescent, ar. Gradatim plena.

BURNSIDE, Eng., a branch of oak, ppr.

BURR, Eng., a lion's head, ppr., collared, or.

BURRARD, Isle of Wight, out of a mural coro- net, or, a cubit arm, erect, ppr., charged with a cross patte"e, gu., in hand a trident, in bend sinister, point downward, gold.

comp.

BURRARD, Hants., a dexter arm, embowed, hand grasping a sword, ppr.

BURRELL, Baron Gwydyr : (i.) A naked arm, embowed, in hand a branch of laurel, all ppr. . (.) On a ducal coronet, a talbot, passant. Animus non afficit cvquus.

BURRELL, BOREEL, BURELL, or BEREEL, Kent and Suss., an arm, embowed, ppr., in hand a branch of laurel, vert.

BURRELL, Earl Willoughby D'Eresby. See

WlLLOUGHBY.

BURRELL, Bart., Suss., a naked arm, embowed, in hand a branch of laurel, both ppr. Sub libertate quietem.

BURRLDGE, Devons., a demi-mariner, ppr., waistcoat, gu., cap., az., neckerchief, ar., supporting a rudder, sa.

BURRISH, out of a tower, per pale, ar. and gu., a demi-lion, rampant.

BURROUGH, or BOROUGH, Line., an eagle, wings expanded, erm.

BURROUGHS, Bart., Iri., on an Eastern crown, or, a lion, passant, gu. Audaccs foi'tuna jurat. see plate

BURROUGHS, Norf., a griffin's head, erased, charged with two chevronels, vert.

comp.

BURROW, Sco. and Eng., a lion, passant, gard- ant, ar. Deus nobis hcec otia fecit.

BURROW, a falcon, erm., wings expanded.

BURROWES, a lion, sejant, ar.

BURROWES, and BURROWS, a lion, sejant, ar., ducally crowned, or. see plate

BURROWES, and BURROWS, an eagle, wings dis- played, erm., ducally gorged, or.

comp.

BURROWES, and BURROWS, Eng., an ostrich- feather, enfiled with a ducal coronet.

BUB

BURROWES, and BURROWS, Eng., two wings, addorsed, erm.

BURROWKS, and BURROWS, Iri., a stag, pas- sant. -

BURRS, Eng., a demi-antelope, collared.

BURRY, a fox's head, couped, ppr.

BURSLAM, or BURSLEM, a pestle and mortar.

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BURSTED, Eng., a wyvern, gu.

BURT, or BURTT, Eng., a demi-leopard, gard- ant, supporting an anchor, ppr.

BURT, a bugle-horn, sa. , stringed, gu.

or

BURT, Sco., a stag, ppr. Si.

BURTHOGGE, Devons., a demi-wolf, or, gorged with a bar-gemelle, az.

BURTON of Longner Hall, Salop, a dexter gauntlet, ppr., couped at wrist. Dominus providebit.

BURTON, Bart., Iri., on a ducal coronet, a dex- ter gauntlet, all ppr. Deus providebit.

BURTON, Staffs, and Warw., out of a ducal coronet, or, a tree vert.

BURTON, Bart., Leic., an owl, ar., crowned, or.

comp.

BURTON, Yorks. and Salop, a gauntlet, ar.

Hi-

BURTON, Derbs., a tower, triple-towered, ar.

BURTON, Salop, out of a ducal coronet, or, a sinister gauntlet, erect, ppr., charged with a lozenge, gu. Deus providebit.

BURTON, Yorks., an arm, couped and erect, vested, cuffed, of the first, in hand, ppr., a walking staff, of the second, headed, rim- med, and veruled, or. comp. I.

BURTON, Lond., a boar's head, erased, in fess, or, in mouth a laurel-branch, vert.

BURTON, Leic. and Warw., on a mount, vert, a beacon, ar., fired, ppr., ladder, or.

BURTON, Lond., on a ducal coronet, or, a wy- vern, vert.

BURTON, an esquire's helmet, ppr. Timct pu- dorem.

BURTON, Derbs., on a ducal coronet, or, a wy- vern, wings addorsed, az., collared, gold.

BURTON, Sco., a beacon, fired, ppr.

BURTON, a boar's head, couped, erect. Another, erased.

BURTON, an owl, ar.

BURTZ, a squirrel, sejant, resting fore-paws on a staff, raguly. see plate

BURWASCH, BURWASCHE, or BURWASH, Eng.,

the helm of a ship, ppr.

BURWELL, a Saracen's head, couped at shoul- ders, ppr. BURWELL, Suff., in lion's gamb, erect and

erased, or, three bur-leaves, vert.

BURWOOD, a boar's head, ppr.

BURY, Line, and Somers., a demi-dragon, ar.,

wings, ears, and claws, sa.

BURY, Earl of, and Viscount Charleville, Iri.,

a boar's head, couped, transpierced through

mouth with an arrow, ppr. Virtus sub cruce

crescit. comp.

BURY, Viscount. See ALBEMARLE.

BURY, Devons., a griffin's head, erased.

BURY, Devons., a tiger's head, erased, erm.,

crined, sa., gorged with a collar, az., charged

with a bezant, between two fleurs-de-lis, or.



BUT

BURYE, Eng. , a dove, regardant, in mouth an olive-branch, ppr.

BUSBIE, a bee, erect, head downward, wings expanded, ppr. comp.

BUSBRIDGE, Ess., an arm, in mail, erect, in hand a cutlass, ppr.

BUSBRIDGE, Perry Barr, Warw., a stag's head, cabossed.

BUSBY, and BUSHBY, a stag's head, ar., erased, gu., pierced through back of neck with an arrow, sa., headed and barbed, of the first.

see plate

BUSFIELD, Yorks., an arm, in armour, erect, ppr., in hand a fleur-de-lis, ar. Media tutis- simus ibis.

BUSPIELD, Yorks., an eagle's head, erased.

BUSH, BUSHE, or BUSSCHE, Eng., trunk of tree, with branches, ppr., pendent an escutcheon, ar.

BUSH, a goat's head, erased, ar., armed, or.

BUSH, a stag, statant.

BUSHBY, Suss, and Cumb., a crow, picking, ppr.

BUSHE, Wilts., a goat's head, ar., attired, sa., charged on neck with a crescent, comp.

BUSHE of Glencairn Abbey, Waterford, a goat's head, ar. Moderata durant.

BUSHE, Iri., a cross pattde, fitched, .ar., be- tween two ears of wheat, in orle.

BUSHELL, Warw., an arm, from elbow, in armour, in hand a caltrap.

BUSHELL, or BUSSHELL, Chesh., a cherub's head, ppr.

BUSHMAN, and BUSHNAN, Lond., a sinister arm, embowed, vested, sa., cuffed, ar., in hand a roll of paper, ppr.

BUSHNELL, Eng., on a ducal coronet, or, a wyvern, sans feet.

BUSHRUDD, Dors., a tiger's head, ar., crined and tufted, sa., collared, gu.

BUSHY, or BUSHEY, Eng., a boar's head, erased, ea.

BUSK of Ford's Grove, Middx., a stag, at gaze, ppr. Suaviter sedfortiter. Si.

BUSK, and BUSKE, Eng., out of a ducal coro- net, or, a fish's head, az.

BUSSELL, Warw., a cherub's head, between wings, ppr.

BUSSELL, issuing from clouds, two dexter hands, conjoined, holding up an olive-branch, all ppr.

BUSSELL, Eng., a crane's head, erased, ar. .

BUSSEY, Line, and Camb., a sea-dragon, sans wings and legs, tail coiled and terminating in a second head. comp.

BUSSIE, Eng., an eagle, displayed, az.

BUSTARD, Devons., a bustard's head, ar., be- tween wings, gu., between neck and wings, two ears of wheat, erect, or.

BUSTEED, Eng., an eagle, rising, ppr. IO

BUSTERD, Iri., a cannon, mounted, ppr.

BUSTIN, Eng., an escallop, betweentwo branches

of palm, ppr.

BUSVARGUS, or BOSVARGUS, Cornw., a Cornish

chough, ppr.

Bus WELL, Northamp., out of a wood, vert, a

bull, passant, ar. see plate

BUTCHER, Eng., a lion, passant, gu., in dexter

a crescent, ar.

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BYE

BUTCHER, an oak-slip, accrued, ppr.

BUTE, Marquess of (Crichton- Stuart) : (i.) For Stuart, a demi-lion, rampant, gu. Nobilis ira. . (.) For Crichton, a wyvern, wings elevated and addorsed, fire issuant from mouth, all ppr. Avito viret honore.

BUTHALL, a wyvern, ppr., charged on breast with a hand, couped at wrist, gu.

BUTLER, Earl of Lanesborough. 'See LANES- BOROUGH.

BUTLER, Marquess of Ormonde. See ORMONDE.

BUTLER, Earl of Kilkenny. See KILKENNY.

BUTLER, Iri., on a plume of feathers, or and vert, an eagle, rising, ar. Commeje trouve.

BUTLER, or BOTELER, Kent, two eagles, wings addorsed, ar., supporting a vine, fructed, ppr.

BUTLER, a covered cup, or, banded, sa., and a ball on the top of the second.

BUTLER, two arms, in armour, embowed, ppr., purfled, or, in hand, ppr., a round buckle, gold. comp.

BUTLER, out of a ducal coronet, five ostrich- feathers, therefrom a demi-eagle, rising.

see plate

BUTLER, Derbs., an arm, embowed, vested, az., cuffed, ar., in hand a bunch of grapes, ppr.

BUTLER, Lane., a unicorn, salient, ar., armed, or, gorged with a sash, gold. see plate

BUTLER, or BOTELER, Kent, a covered cup, or, between wings, dexter, gold, sinister, az.

BUTLER, Lond., a boar's head, guttee.

BUTLER, Devons., in lion's gamb, erased, gu., a covered cup, or.

BUTLER, Marquess of Ormondy. See OR-

MONDY.

BUTLER, Baron Dunboyne. See DUNBOYNE.

BUTLER, Iri., from a plume of ostrich- fdathers, an eagle, rising, ar. Comme je trouve.

BUTLER, Middx., a greyhound, sejant, or, col- lared, gu., ringed, gold.

BUTLER, Cotes, Line., a horse's head, erased.

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BUTLER, Lond., an eagle, wings addorsed, in dexter, a vine-branch, all ppr. see plate

BUTLER, an arm, in armour, embowed, in gauntlet, a sword, all ppr.

BUTLER, a ram, statant, ar., armed and hoofed, or. ii

BUTLER, an arm, embowed, vested, az., ruffle of indented lace, ar., in hand, ppr., a covered cup, erect.

BUTLER, Eng., a horse, passant, ar., pellettee, and bridled, sa.

BUTLER, Lond., Durh., and Sco., a covered cup, or. Sapienter uti bonis. comp.

BUTLER, Sco., an uncovered cup, or. Sapienter uti bonis.

BUTLER, Beds., out of a mural coronet, a boar's head and neck, ar, see plate

BUTLER, or BOTTELER, Cambs., a cockatrice's head and wings, head, vert, wings, ar., du- cally gorged, combed and wattled, or.

BUTLER-DANVERS, Leic. : (i.) For Darners, a wyvern, or.. (. ) For Butler, a demi- cockatrice, couped, vert, combed, beaked, wattled, and ducally gorged, or. Liberte to ate entire.

BUTLER, EDMUND, Earl of Kilkenny. See KIL- KENNY.

BUTT, Kent, a lion, sejant, in dexter a broken spear.

BUTTER, Eng., a camel's head, couped, ppr.

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BUTTERFIELD, Hants., out of a ducal coronet, or, a dragon's head, wings elevated, vert.

BUTTERFIELD, Surr., out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-dragon, wings elevated, ar., on each wing a butterfly, volant, az.

BUTTERS, Sco., two naked arms, issuing, shoot- ing an arrow from bow, ppr. - J

BUTTERWORTH, Sco., a hand, issuing from a cloud, in fess, pointing to a serpent, nowed, head erect, ppr. .

BUTTERWORTH, Eng., a sphere, resting on a cloud, ppr.

BUTTERWORTH, an eagle, wings elevated, sup- porting with dexter an escutcheon, az., charged with a cross crosslet, or.

see plate

BUTTERY, Northamp., a tiger, passant, ar., tufted and maned, or, supporting with dex- ter an escutcheon, comp. ii.

BUTTLER, an uncovered cup, or.

BUTTON, Herts., a branch of cotton - tree, fructed.

BUTTON, a ram, statant, ar., armed and hoofed, or. see plate

BUTTON, Wilts., a wyvern, sa.

BUTTON, or BUDDEN, Eng., a bull's head, ppr., charged with a cross boton^e, or.

see plate

BUTTON, Wilts., on each side of a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a horn, or.

BUTTRESS, Lond., an eagle, displayed. Jn periculis audax.

BUTTS, Suff. and Norf., a horse's head, ar., armed and bridled, or, on head a plume of three feathers, of the first and gold.

BUTTS, DE, Eng., a ferret, passant, ppr.

BUTTS, Surr., an arm, couped at elbow, and erect, ppr., in hand a fish, ar. .

BUXTON, a stag's head, ppr.

BUXTON, Bart., Norf., a buck's head, couped, gu., attired, or.

BUXTON, Norf. and Derbs., a pelican, or, wings expanded, vulning, gu.

BUXTON, a stag's head, cabossed.

BY, Suss., a demi-lion, or, in dexter a fleur-de- lis, ppr.

BY, and BYE, Eng., two oak-branches, in sal- tier.

BYAM, Suss, and Somers. : (i.) A wolf, passant, or, collared and lined, vert. . (.) A dragon's head, erased, ppr., in mouth a sinister hand, couped, gu., dropping blood.

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BYDE, Herts., an arm, erect, ppr., vested, az., cuffed, ar., in hand an anchor, sa., fluke, or.

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BY-DE, a demi-griffin, az., armed and winged,

or, holding a garb, gold. see plate

BYDEWELL, or BIDWELL, Eng., in hand, couped

at wrist, in fess, a curling-stone. EYEING, Eng., an angel, pointing upward, ppr.

see plate BYER, and BYERS, Northamp., a griffin's head,

charged with a pheon, ar. see plate

BYERLEY, Midridge, Durham, on an esquire's

helmet, a cross crosslet. BYERLY, BYEHLEY, and BYORLEY, Lond. and

BYE





CAD

. Yorks., two lions' gambs, ppr., holding a cross crosslet, or. -

BYERS, Sco., a cock, regardant, ppr. Marte suo tutus.

BYFELD, or BYFIELD, Lond., a cross crosslet, fitched, sa., between two palm - branches, vert.

BYFIELD, on a man's head, affrontde, a cha- peau, ppr.

BYFIELD, Loud., an antelope, passant, ppr.

BYFLEET, Cambs., a Saracen's head, affronte'e, ppr., wreathed with a ribbon, ar., tied in a bow-knot.

BYFORD, and BYFFORD, Heref., in lion's gamb, erect, or, an eagle's leg, erased at thigh, sa.

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BYFORD, or BAYFORD, Eng., an owl, ar. BYGAN, Yorks., an ermine, ppr. I

BYGBERY, Devons., in hand a leg, in armour,

couped above knee, and spurred, ppr. IO BYGOD, or BYGODE, Yorks., on a chapeau, ar.,

turned up, gu., charged with two bars, az.,

a dolphin devouring the cap, or. BYGOT, Eng., seven arrows, or, one in pale, and

six in saltier.

BYIRLEY, Eng., in lion's gainb, a human heart,

all ppr.

BYKENOR, and BICKNOR, Kent, an antelope's

head, gu., armed, ar.

BYKENOR, Eng., a pheon, erm.

BYLES, out of a ducal coronet, or, a lion's head,

ppr.

BYLNEY, Norf., out of a tower, a demi-griffin,

sa. ii

BYNE, Eng., a hind, regardant, or, resting foot

on a ball, sa.

BYNG, Viscount Torrington. See TORRINGTON. BYNG, Middx., an heraldic antelope, statant,

erm., horned, tusked, maned, and hoofed,

or. Tuebor.

BYNGHAM, in hand, ppr., three branches of

cinquefoil, gu., leaved, vert, and charged on

sleeve, sa. , with a cross, ar. .

BYNGLEY, or BYNLEY, a harp, or. n

BYRCH, Ess., on a mount, a birch -tree, ppr. BYRCH, Beds., a hare, current, sa.

BYRCH, Kent and Suss., an eagle, rising, ppr.,

in dexter a banner, az., charged with a cross clechee, or, staff, point, and tassels, of the same.

BYRCH, Ess., a squirrel, sejant, holding a branch of birch, vert. IO

BYRCHETT, a tiger, vert, gorged with a ducai coronet, or. see plate

BYRDALL, a stag's head, erased, ppr.

BYRDE, Kent, a stag's head, cabossed, ar., be- tween attires a bird, or. .

BYRDE, Line., a demi-lion, sa., guttee-de-sang.

BYRDE, on a dolphin, embowed, ppr., an eagle, wings addorsed, or.

BYRES of Coates, a bee, volant, or. Rule ~be ours.

BYRES, Sco., a Catherine wheel.

BYRN, Iri. and Eng., a mermaid, ppr.

BYRNE, Iri., a mermaid, ppr., charged with es- callops, or, in dexter a mirror, in sinister a dart. see plate

BYRNE, and BYRN, Eng. , in hand, issuing from a cloud, in pale, a garb.

BYRNE of Cabineteely, Dublin, a mermaid, in dexter a mirror, in sinister a comb, all ppr. Certain et mci.

BYROM, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, or, a tree, vert.

BYRON of Rochdale, Lane., a mermaid, with comb and mirror, ppr. Crede Byron.

BYRON, Herts, and Surr., a mermaid, ppr., in dexter an escutcheon, suspended by a ribbon, az., in sinister a mirror.

BYRTWHYSELL, Lane., a dolphin, ppr.

BYSHE, Eng., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a demi-lion, or.

BYSHE, Eng., a mule, passant, ar.

BYSSE, on a mount, vert, two snakes inter- woven and erect, respecting each other, or.

BYSTLEY, a cross pattee, gu., between wings, or.

BYTHESEA, Kent, an eagle, displayed, ppr.

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BYTHESEA, Kent, out of a mural coronet, ar.,

masoned, sa., a griffin's head, ducally gorged,

ppr.

BYWATER, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, in

hand, in armour, a scimitar, ppr.

CABELL, Eng., a square padlock, or. CABOURNE, and CABRONE, Line., out of a ducal

coronet, or, a lozenge, ar., charged with a

martlet, sa. i

CABYTOTT, Norf., a greyhound, current, az.,

collared and ringed, or. comp.

CACHER, Lond., out of a ducal coronet, or, a

demi-leopard, ar., spotted and collared, gold.

comp. i and

CADDEL, Sco., a tower, gu., windows and doors,

or.

CADDELL, and CADELL, Sco., a stag's head,

ppr. Vigilantia non cadet.

CADDEY, a pile, charged with a cross pattee,

fitched, or. CADDON, an arm, in armour, embowed, in

hand an arrow, in pale, surmounted by a bow, stringed in fess. .

CADDY, Eng., a cross crosslet, vert.

CADE, Kent, a demi-cockatrice, winged, gu., combed, or. IO

CADE, Derbs., a demi-lion, rampant, gu.

CADE, Derbs. and Ess., a demi-lion, gu., in dexter a fleur-de-lis, charged with a bezant, or. comp. II.

CADICOTT, in dexter hand, a battle-axe, ppr.

CADICOTT, a demi-ape, ppr. Without coronet.

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CADIMAN, Lond. and Norf., a rock, ppr., sur- mounted by a fleur-de-lis, or.

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CAL

CABMAN, a stork's head, royally crowned, ppr.

N, Earl, Viscount Chelsea, out of a

ducal coronet, or, a dragon's head, vert.

Qui invidet minor est. .

CADURCIS, a griffin's head, erased, gu., in beak

a trefoil, vert, gorged with a ducal coronet,

or. comp.

CADWOODLEY, Eng., an antelope, passant, per

pale, gu. and or, armed, of the last. CADTE, Glouc., on a mount, vert, a cockatrice,

ar., combed and wattled, gu., ducally gorged

and chained, or.

C.ESAR, Hunts., a cross patte.

CAFE, Claremont, Sid mouth, Devon, in front of

a sword, erect, point downwards, ar., hilted,

or, a shield, az., charged with a Saracen's

head, couped, also ar. Coup sur coup.

. ii CAGE, Kent, a stag, passant, erm., attired, or,

charged on shoulder with an annulet, gu.

CAHAN, and CAHANE, Iri., an arm, embovved,

in hand a sword, ppr.

CAHILL, Iri. and Eng., in lion's paw a scimitar,

ppr.

CAHILL, and CAHIL, Iri., a demi-bulL, rampant,

sa., gorged with a chaplet, vert.

CAHN, and CAHUN, Sco., a stag's head, erased.

Sijepuis. .

CAHURTA, a stag, erm., attired, or. CAIN, and CAINE, a demi-antelope, per fess,

ar. and az., collared and armed, or. CAIRD, a demi-friar,in hand a staff, ppr. CAIRLEON, Eng., a cross moline, lozenge-

pierced, erm. -

CAIRNCROSS, Sco., a dagger, in pale. Certa-

mine parata.

CAIRNE, Sco., in hand a fish, ppr.

CAIRNES, Sco., a fleur-de-lis. jfloresco.

CAIRNES, Sco., a cinquefoil, ppr. Effloresce.

So. CAIRNES, on a tower, a martlet, statant, ppr.

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CAIRNIE, Sco., a ship under sail, ppr. CAIRNIE, on a cinquefoil, vert, a martin, sta-

tant, sa. Ad alta.

CAIRNS, Sco., a bell, az. Sul spe. i

CAIRNS, Sco., a palm-tree, ppr. Virtus ad

cethera tendit. I

CAIRNS of Pilmor, a cinquefoil, ppr. Effloresco.

So. CAIRNS, Sco., a stag's head, erased, ppr., be-

tween attires, a cross crosslet,- fitched.

Semper fidelis.

CAITHNESS, Earl of (Sinclair), a cock, ppr.

Commit thy work to God.

CAL AMY, a hedgehog, ppr. -

CALAMOUNT, Eng., an antelope's head, erased,

erm., armed, ar.

CALANDRINE, Eng., a demi-eagle, displayed,

ar., in beak a scroll. Sursum.

CALCOTT, BERKELEY-, of Caynham Court, Salop :

(i.) A demi-lion, or, between paws a cres-

cent. see plate . (.) A bear's head,

couped, ar., muzzled, gu. Dieu arcc nous.

CALCOTT, Hants., a lion, sejant, collared and

lined. Dieu avec nous. I

CALCRAFT, a greyhound, current, sa. , collared ^and ringed, ar., on body a pellet, wavy, or.

CALCRAFT, a greyhound, current, sa., charged with a cross crosslet, or. -

CALCRAFT, on a chapeau, a greyhound, cur- rent. q

CALDECOT of Halt^>n Hall, Lincoln.

CALDECOT, Oxon., a demi-tiger, or, tufted, maned, and attired with two straight horns.

see plate

CALDECOT, Chesh., an ostrich, ppr.

CALDECOTT, a demi-lion, rampant, or, charged with a cinquefoil, gu. see plate

CALDER, a stag's head, cabossed, ppr.

C ALDER, Eng., within a serpent, in orle, a boar's head, erased and erect.

CALDER of Lynegar, a stag's head, cabossed, ppr. Vigilans non cadit.

CALDER, a swan, ppr., crowned, or. JBe mind- ful. ii

CALDER, Bart., Sco., a swan, swimming in a loch, bordered Avith flags, ppr. Viyilans non cadet.

CALDER, in water, a duck, swimming, ppr.

CALDERWOOD of Pittedy, in dexter hand a palm -branch, ppr. Veritas premitur non op- primitur.

CALDERWOOD of Polton, a phoenix, in flames, ppr. Virtus sibi prcemium.

CALDERWOOD, Sco., a beehive, ppr., with bees volant. I

CALDERWOOD, Sco., a dove, in mouth a palm- branch, ppr. Spero.

CALDMORE, a demi-Turk, vested, in dexter a staff, headed with crescent.

CALDRON, Eng., in dexter hand a palm-branch,

CALDWELL, Eng., a cock's head, between wings, expanded, ar., combed and wattled, gu., in beak a cross formde, fitched, or.

CALDWELL, Bart., Iri., out of a ducal coronet, a sceptre, or, entwined with two serpents, vert, between wings, ppr. .

CALDWELL, Sco., a fountain, throwing up water, ppr. i

CALDWELL, a demi-lion, grasping a broken scimitar. see plate

CALDWELL, Norf., a demi-cock, rising.

CALDWELL, a cock's head, winged, sa., crested, gu., in beak a cross pattde, fitched, or.

CALDWELL, a cockatrice's head, couped, between wings, ppr., in beak a cross patt^e, fitched

see plate

CALDWOOD, in dexter hand a palm-branch, slipped, ppr.

CALDWOODLEY, Devons., an antelope, passant.

CALEBOT, Norf., a greyhound, current, az., collared and ringed, or. see plate

CALEDON, Earl (Dupre"- Alexander), Iri., a cubit arm. in armour, ppr., in hand a sword, of the last, hilt and pommel, or. Per marc, per terras.

CALENDER, and CALLANDER, Sco. and Iri., out of an Eastern coronet, or, in dexter hand a billet, ppr. I

CALIBUT, a stag's head, at gaze, az. i

CALL, Bart., Cornw., a demi-lion, rampant, in paws a trumpet, in pale, ar. Grata manu.

CALLAGAN, and O'CALLAGAN, Iri., an arm, em- bowed, in hand a sword, with snake en- twined round blade, all ppr.

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CAM

CALLAGAN, a morion, ppr. i

CALLANDAK, and CALLENDEE, in dexter hand, a billet, ppr. / mean well.

CALLANDEK, Bart., Stirlingshire, out of an Eastern crown, gold, a cubit arm, ppr., in hand a billet. Et domi etforis. I

CALLANDEE, and CALLENDAE, Eng., two ele- phants' probosces, addorsed.

GALLEY of Blunsdon, Wilts., a demi-lion, ar., charged with a bend, gu., thereon three mullets, in dexter a battle-axe. Collide ct lioneste.

GALLEY, and CALEY, Yorks. and Wilts., a demi- lion, in dexter a battle-axe, ar., handle, gu., on shoulder a bend, of the last, charged with three mullets, of the first.

CALLIS, out of a ducal coronet, a cockatrice's head, between wings.

CALLOEE, on a ducal coronet, a sheaf of arrows, environed by a serpent. in. IO

CALLOW, Eng., on a ducal coronet, a peacock, ppr.

CALMADY, Devons., a pegasus, current, or.

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CALMADY of Langdon Hall, Devon, a pegasus, ar. Similis frondescit virga metallo.

CALSHILL, Eng., a dexter wing, erect, or.

CALSTON, Eng., the moon in her compliment.

CALTHOEP, and CALTHEOP, Suff. and Norf., a boar's head and neck, az., armed and bristled, or.

CALTHOEPE, Bart., Eng., a boar's head and neck, couped, vert.

CALTHOEPE, Baron (Gough-Calthorpe), a boar's head, couped at neck, az., bristled and tusked, or, between two woodmen, with clubs over shoulders, all ppr. Gradu diverso via una.

CALTHEOP, Norf., on a mount, vert, a hawk, close, ar., beaked and belled, or.

CALTHEOP of Stanhoe Hall, Norf., a salaman- der, or, in flames, ppr. Victrix fortunce sa- pientia.

CALTHEOP of Gosherton, Line., same crest and motto.

CALTOFT, Line., a rose, gu,, between two laurel-branches, vert.

CALTON, Hunts., a talbot, passant, ar., collared and lined, or. .

CALTON, Cambs., a boar, passant, ar. n

CALVEELEY, and CALVELEY, Chesh. and Yorks., out of a ducal coronet, a calf's head, affron- ted, sa.

CALVEELEY, Suss, and Surr., a horned owl, ar. En caligine veritas.

CALVEELEY of Oulton Hall, Yorks., a horned owl, ar.

CALVEELT, BLACKETT-, Bart., Yorks., an owl, ar.

CALVEET, out of a mural coronet, or, two forked pennons flowing to dexter, one gold, the other pean, staves, gu.

CALVEET, Lane., an owl, ar., guttee, sa.

CALWOOD, in dexter hand a palm-branch, vert.

CAM, and CAMM, a dove, between two laurel- branches, in orle.

CAMAC, and CAMIC, Eng., a martlet, sa.

CAMBELL, Ess., a bear's head, couped, per fess, or and az., muzzled, gu.

CAMBELLj a lion's head, affrontee. -

CAMBELL, a swan, ppr., ducally crowned, or, between two laurel- branches, vert.

CAMBELL, a swan, ppr., crowned, or. n

CAMBELL, a boar's head, couped.

CAMBEE, Ess. , a Saxon crown, between wings.

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CAMBOENE, Cornw., three broken spears, or, tied together with a band, gu., two in sal- tier, one in pale.

CAMBEIDGE, and CAMBEIGE, Eng., a lion, pas- sant, gardarit, ppr.

CAMBEIDGE, a griffin's head, erased, or, in beak a cross crosslet, fitched, of the same.

comp.

CAMDEN, Earl (John-Jeffreys-Pratt), an ele- phant's head, erased, ar. Judicium parium, aut leges terrce.

CAMDEN, Eng., a cross pattde, between wings.

CAMEL, Eng., a camel's head.

CAMEEON of Lochiel, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a sword, all ppr. Pro rege et patria.

CAMEEON, Sco., an arm, in armour, in hand a sword, ppr. Pro rege et patria.

CAMEEON of Glendessary, an arm, in armour, in hand a sword, ppr. Mine orior.

CAMEEON, Eng., in lion's paw, sa., a flag, ar., charged with an eagle, with two heads, dis- played, sa.

CAMEEON, Bart., Sco.: (i.) Out of a mural coronet, or, a dexter arm, in armour, em- bowed, in hand a sword, all ppr. . (.) A Highlander, wading through water, in dexter a broadsword, and in sinister a banner, within a wreath of laurel, all ppr. Arriverette. comp.

CAMEEON, Hants., a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., in hand a sword, also ppr., hilt and pommel, or.

CAMFLELD, and CAMFYLD, Norf., out of a tower, a demi-lady, ppr. comp.

CAMFIELD, an arm, erect, couped at elbow, vested, in hand three wheat-ears, ppr.

comp.

CAMOYS, Baron. See STONOE of Stonor Park, Oxon.

CAMOYS, or CAMAYS, a lion's head, erased, az., in mouth a trefoil, slipped, ppr. see plate

CAMP, Eng., a griffin's head, erased, ducally gorged, in mouth a branch of laurel, all ppr.

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CAMPBELL of Ormidale, Argyll, a boar's head, couped, or. Ne obliviscaris.

CAMPBELL of Fairfield, Ayr, an eagle's head, erased, ppr. Constantcr et prudentid.

IO. IO

CAMPBELL of Monzie, Perth, a boar's head,

erased, ppr. follow me.

CAMPBELL, Sco., an eagle's head, couped, ppr.

Constanter et prudentid.

CAMPBELL of Lawers, a boar's head, erect and

erased, az. Fac et spera.

CAMPBELL of Treesbank, Ayr, a phoenix head,

erased, or. Constanter et prudentid. CAMPBELL of Sornbeg, Ayr, same crest and

motto. CAMPBELL of Asnish, a boar's head, couped, or.

Nunquam oUiviscar.

CAMPBELL of Lochnell, Argyll, in dexter hand

a spear, in bend, ppr. Audaces juro and

Arma parata fero.

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CAN

CAMPBELL of Gargunnock, a stork, ppr. Refero.

CAMPBELL, Bart., of Succoth, Sco., a camel's

head, couped, ppr. Labor omnia superat.

- CAMPBELL of Ardchattan Priory, Argyll, a

swan, ppr., crowned, or.

CAMPBELL of Colgrain, Dumbarton, a boar's

head, erect and erased, or, armed and lan-

gued, ar. Fac et spera. -

CAMPBELL of Glenfalloch, Perth, a man's heart,

pierced through with a dart, ppr. Thus far.

- CAMPBELL of Calder, a swan, ppr., crowned,

or. Be mindful.

CAMPBELL, Bart., of Ardnamurchan and Airds,

Sco., same crest and motto. CAMPBELL of Skipness Castle, Argyll, two

oars, in saltier. Terrd manque fides. . CAMPBELL of Skerrington, Ayr, a dexter arm,

in armour, in hand a garland of laurel, all

ppr. Campi fero prcemia, belli.

CAMPBELL of Jura, Argylls., in hand a spear.

ppr. A u daces juvo.

CAMPBELL of Stracathro, Forfars., a boar's

head, erased. Ne obliviscarsis. .

CAMPBELL, Sir GUY, Bart., Sco., a bear's head,

in fess, couped, ppr. Follow me.

CAMPBELL, a boar's head, couped, sa. Usque

ad aras.

CAMPBELL, Sco., a swan, ppr., crowned, or.

Be ever mindful.

CAMPBELL, a dove, with olive-branch, ppr.

Gaudium adfero.

CAMPBELL of Morechaster, a boar's head,

erased. Sequor.

CAMPBELL of Ardkinlis, a galley, her oars in

action, sa. Set on.

CAMPBELL of Craignish, a boar's head, erased,

ppr. Fit via li. .

CAMPBELL of Auchinbreck, Bart., in dexter

hand, ppr., a spear, or. Forget not. CAMPBELL of Auchawilling, two oars of a gal- ley, in saltier. Armis el fide. CAMPBELL, same crest. Vi etfide. CAMPBELL of Inveraw, a hart's head, ppr. Pro

aris et focis.

CAMPBELL of Lochdochart, aboar's head, erased,

ppr. Recte sequor.

CAMPBELL, Earl of Islay, a boar's head, couped.

Memini.

CAMPBELL of Glenfeacher, a goat, standing, az.,

armed and hoofed, or, in mouth a sprig of

ivy, ppr. Marbu mhiann leon.

CAMPBELL of Netherplace, in hand, issuing

from a cloud, a signet letter, ppr. Optime

quod opportune.

CAMPBELL, Bart., of Berwick, in dexter hand,

issuing from heart, a scimitar, all ppr.

True to the end.

CAMPBELL, Port-Glasgow, a boar's head, erased,

ppr. Deo rolcnte.

CAM I- HELL of Park, a boar's head, erased and

erect, or, langued, az. Fac et spera. CAMPBELL of Skerrington, an eagle's head.

Constans et prudens.

CAMPBELL, Bart., of Barcaldine, Sco., a man

in full highland garb, in dexter a broad- sword, on sinister arm a shield, all ppr.

Paratus sum.

CAMPBELL, Sco., an arm, in armour, embowed,

in hand a dagger. Paratus sum.

CAMPBELL, a lion, sejant, affrontee and erect, in dexter a sword, in sinister a crown of laurel. Victoi'iam coronal Chrlstus.

see plate

CAMPBELL, Sco., in hand a spur, or. Memor esto.

CAMPBELL, in water, a demi-eagle, displayed, with two heads, above it the sun shining, ppr.

CAMPBELL, Baron, a boar's head, erased, gy- ronne of eight, or and sa. Audacter et aperte.

CAMPBELL, Aberuchill, Perthshire, a lion, ram- pant, gardant, in dexter a sword, in sinister a laurel crown. Sequitur victoria forteis.

see plate

CAMPBELL, Lord Clyde, a boar's head, erased, or. Niltibi.

CAMPBELL, Duke of Argyll. See ARGYLL.

CAMPBELL, Earl of Loudoun. See LOUDOUN.

CAMPBELL, Marquess of Breadalbane. See BREADALBANE.

CAMPBELL, Earl Cawdor. See CAWDOR.

CAMPBELL of Woodhall, Lanark, a griffin, erect, between fore- feet the sun, ppr. Fidus ami- cus.

CAMPBELL, COCKBURN-, Bart., of Gartsford, Sco.: (i.) For Campbell, a cubit arm, erect, in hand a scimitar, ppr. Without fear. . (.) For Cockbum, a cock, ppr. Vigilans et audax.

CAMPBELL, Bart., Sco.: (i.) On a mount, vert, a Burmese warrior on horseback, armed and accoutred, ppr. comp. n. (.) Out of an Eastern crown, or, a demi-lion, ppr., in dexter, a crowned heart, gu.

CAMPBELL, Iri., the wings of an eagle con- joined, ppr. Ulterius et melius.

CAMPBELL, Sco., a heart, gu., transfixed with an arrow, in bend, ppr. Thus far.

CAMPBELL, Bart., Iri., an Eastern crown, sur- mounted by a boar's head, erased, ppr. Ne obliviscaris.

CAMPBELL, Suff., a lion's head, affronte'e. / beare in minde.

CAMPBELL, Sco., a ship at anchor. Vincit labor.

CAMPBELL, Lond., a demi-hound, az., gorged with a ducal coronet, or. Fcestina lente.

comp.

CAMPBELL, Sco., in dexter hand a lance, in bend sinister. Arma par ata fero. lo

CAMPBELL, Sco., a demi-man in a coat of mail, in dexter a sword, on sinister arm a shield, charged with a unicorn's head and neck. Quid non pro patria. comp.

CAMPE, Eng., a griffin's head, erased, ducally gorged, in mouth a branch of laurel, ppr.

CAMPER, an anchor, between wings.

CAMPERDOWN, Earl of (Dundas-Haldane-Dun- can), a dismasted ship, ppr. Secundis dubiisque rcctus.

CAMPION, Lond. and Ess., out of a ducal coro- net, or, a talbot's head, sa.

CAMPION, and CAMPYON, a turkey in pride, ppr., combed and wattled, gu.

CAMPION, and CAMPYON, a bear's head and neck, muzzled, or.

CAMVILLE, Eng., on a mount, a leopard, sejant, ppr. see plate

CANBY, a mount, sa., ensigned with a cross pattee.

CAN

CANCELLER, and CANCELLOE, Eng., an arm, couped at shoulder, embowed, in fess, sup- porting a flag, displayed, az., charged with a crescent, ar.

CAXCELOE, and CANDISHELER, Eng., in dexter hand, a covered cup, or.

CANDISH, Suff., an ostrich-head, az., gorged with a collar, sa., riinmed, or, and charged with three bezants. see plate

CANDISHE, Eng., a wolf's head, couped, az., collared, or. .

CANDISHE, a wolf's head, erased, collared.

CANDLER, Norf., a shark's head, erased, ppr.

CANDLER, Wore., an angel, ppr., vested, ar., in dexter a sword, blade wavy, of the first, hilt and pommel, or. Ad mortem fidelis.

see plate

CANDLER, a goat's head, couped, sa., armed and maned, ar.

CANDLER, Suff., an eagle, rising, regardant, ppr.

CANDLiSH,an ostrich -head, collared and ringed.

see plate

CANDLISH, a snake, nowed, ppr. Cavendo tutus,

in.

CANE, a human heart, gu., charged with a cinquefoil, or.

CANE, a leopard, rampant, gorged with a mural coronet. comp. n.

CANHAM, Eng., two palm-branches, in orle, ppr.

CANING, Eng., a quatrefoil, ppr. i

CANKNIER, out of a mural coronet, a demi-lion, holding up a garland of laurel, all ppr.

see plate

CANKRIEN, Yorks., a demi-lion, rampant, be- tween paws a plummet. see plate

CANKRIEN, Yorks., a demi-lion, rampant, ermi- uois, between paws a palmer's scrip, sa., strap and tassels, or.

CANN, Devons., a leopard, statant, ppr.

CANN, Cornw. , a cross crosslet, fitched, between wings, conjoined. I

CANN, and CAN, Glouc., out of a mural coronet, or, a plume of five ostrich -feathers, ar.

comp. .

CANNING, Viscount (Canning), a demi-griffin, az., gutte"e-d'or. Ne cede malis, sed contra.

CANNING, a demi-griffin, az.

CANNING, a demi-lion, rampant, in dexter, a dart. see plate

CANNING, a demi-lion, rampant, erm., support- ing a battle-axe, ppr. comp.

CANNOCK, Line., a demi - buck, couped, ar., attired and ducally gorged, or, one foot rest- ing on the wreath. see plate

CANNON, Sco., between horns of a crescent, a buckle, az. I

CANNON, Wei., a cannon, sa., mounted on a carriage, or.

CANNYNGS, Eng., two dexter hands, conjoined, gauntleted, issuing from clouds, holding up a heart, inflamed, all ppr.

CANT of Dryburnford, a dove, ppr. Ales rcpo- sita. ii

CANTELOW, Heref., and Cantelupe, Eng., a leopard's face, gu., jessant-de-lis, or.

CANTELOW, Iri., a demi-bull.

CANTERBURY, Viscount (Manners-Sutton), on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a peacock in pride, ppr. Pour y parvenir.





CAR

CANTILLION, Iri., an arm, embowed, in hand a dagger, ppr.

CANTILON, Iri., in hand an arrow, point down- ward.

CANTIS, Kent, a hart's head, erased, ppr., attired, or, gorged with a collar, ar., charged with three roses, gu., barbed and seeded, ppr.

see plate

CANTLOW, Eng., a boar, passant.

CANTON, Iri., on a chapeau, ppr., a boar, passant.

CANTON, Kent, on a chapeau, a lion's head, erased, ppr.

CANTRELL, Eng., an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a sword by the middle, in fess, all ppr.

CANTRELL, a tower, ar., port, sa.

CANTWELL, Eng., in hand, ppr., an annulet, or.

CAPE, a lion, passant, gu., in dexter a sword, in pale, ppr., hilt and pommel, or. see plate

CAPEL of The Grove, Painswick, Glouc., a plume of three ostrich -feathers, two ar., and one gu. Sic vita liumana.

CAPEL - CONINGSBY, Earl of Essex. See ESSEX.

CAPELL, Eng., an anchor, bezantde, corded, gu.

CAPELL, Heref., a plume of three ostrich -fea- thers, two ar., the other gu.

CAPELL, Glouc., a demi-lion, rampant, ar.

CAPELL, Glouc., a plume of three ostrich- fea- thers, the centre one, ar., the others, or.

CAPES, Eng., a cross fleury, fitched, gu., flow- ered, or.

CAPLING, Lond., out of the centre tower of a castle, triple-towered, a demi-lion, rampant, all ppr.

CAPON, Eng., a demi-lion, gu.

CAPP, Eng., a spur, winged, or.

CAPPER, Warw. and Staffs., a dexter arm, couped and embowed, vested, in hand a banner, charged with a bee volant.

CAPPER, Lond., Middx., and Herts., a ram's head and neck, couped, charged on neck with a rose. <-~CAPPER, a ram's head, erased. -

CAPPS, Norf., a demi-antelope, or.

CAPRON, a demi-man, in armour, with lance and shield, all ppr. comp.

CAPSAL, or CAPSALL, a castle, triple-towered, ppr., ensigned with a flag, gu., charged with a cross, ar.

CAPSAL, Eng., a hand, holding a military sash, ppr.

CARBERY, Baron (Evans-Freke), Iri. : (i.) For Evans, a demi-lion, rampant, regardant, or, between paws, a boar's head, couped, sa. see plate . (.) For Freke, a bull's head, couped. Libertas.

CARBINELL, out of a ducal coronet, an arm, in armour, in hand a scimitar, ppr.

CARBONEL, CARBONELL, or CARBONELLE, Eng., a demi-lion, az., crowned, gu. ] see plate

CARBONEL, or CARBONELL, a sword, in bend, ppr.

CARD, Lond., out of a cloud, in hand a lettei ppr. i

CARDALE, Lond., a linnet, ppr. Studcndo contemplando inde fcssus.

CAR

GARDEN, Bart., Iri., a pheon, sa. Fide et amore.

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GARDEN, a wolf, statant, sa. II

GARDEN, Sco., a cross moline, gu.

GARDEN, Eng., a tower.

GARDEN, Bucks., a wolf's head, sa., pierced with

an arrow, ar.

CARDEW, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, a plume

of feathers. .

CARDIFFE, Eng., on a chapeau, gu., turned up,

or, a martlet, sa.

CARDIFF, Iri., a gilliflower, slipped and leaved,

ppr.

CARDIGAN, Earl of (Brudenell), a sea-horse,

ppr. En grace affie.

CARDIGAN, in lion's gamb, erect and erased, or,

an antique mace, az.

CARDINAL, Ess., a dromedary, ppr. ir CARDINGTON, Eng., a bull, passant. CARDONNEL, DE, Eng., a dove, ppr. L'espcr-

ance me console. see plate

CARDONNELL, Worthumb., a goldfinch, ppr.

CARDOZO, Lond., a demi-savage, affronte'e, ppr.,

in dexter a stalk of tobacco, sinister resting

on a triangle, or. CARDWELL, a knight, in complete armour, ppr.,

visor up, on top of helmet a plume of feathers,

gu., in dexter a battle-axe, of the first.

comp. II CARDWELL, Eng., a tower, ppr., domed, or, with

a flag thereon, sa.

CAREW, Baron, Iri. (Shapland-Carew), an an- telope, passant, gu. Nil admirari. CAREW, Bart., Devons., a mainmast, the round- top environed with a ducal coronet, set off

with palisadoes, or, and a demi-lion, issuant,

sa. Nil conscire sibi. CAREW of Ballinamona, Waterford, an antelope,

passant, gu.

CAREY of Rozel, Guernsey, a swan, ppr. CAREY, Viscount Falkland, Sco., a swan, ppr.,

In utroque fidelis. II

CAREY, a swan, ar., wings addorsed. CAREY, a wolf, passant, regardant, in mouth a

rose-branch, flowered. CAREY, a horse's head and neck, bendy of six,

ar. and sa., armed with a shield plate and

bridled, or.

CAREY, Iri., on a mount, a fire-beacon, ppr. CAREY, or GARY, a maiden's head, ppr. CARFRAE, Sco., a tower, embattled, ar. Fortis

ctfide.

CARFRAE, Sco., a wyvern, ppr. Vigilantia.

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CARGILL, Sco., a demi-angel, ppr., on head a cross pattee. see plate

CARGILL, Sco., a martlet, ppr.

CAKCILL, Eng., a martlet, ar. In Domino con- Jid<>.

CAUINGTON, Eng., out of a coronet, ar., a uni- corn's head, sa., maned and horned, of the first. I

CARKETTLE, Sco., a griffin's head, erased, ppr.

CARLEILL of Sewerby, Yorks., a moor's head, in profile, couped at shoulders, ppr.

CARLETON, out of a ducal coronet, or, a uni- corn's head, sa., the horn twisted, of the first and second. i

CA i; I.ETON, Viscount Carleton, Iri. a unicorn's head. Qucerere verum.

CAR

CARLIFE, a martlet, or, in mouth a sprig of two roses, gu., leaved and stalked, vert.

see plate

CARLILL, Cumb. and Westm.. an arm, in ar- mour, embowed, in hand, ppr., a spear, ar.

CARLING, Bristol, a buck's head, erased, ppr. Toutdroit.

CARLISLE, Earl of (Howard), on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a lion, statant, gar- dant, tail extended, or, ducally crowned, ar., and gorged with a label of three points, of the last. Volo non valeo. comp.

CARLOS, two swords, in saltier, between two branches of laurel, in orle.

CARLOS, a sword, ar., hilt and pommel, or, and a sceptre, of the last, in saltier, enfiled with a civic crown, vert.

CARLTON, an arm, embowed, ppr., in hand an arrow.

CARLYON, a demi-lion, collared, between paws a bezant. Turns tatissima virtus, see plate

CARLYON, Eng., in the sea, a pillar, ppr.

CARMALT, Cumb., a dragon's head, erased, per pale, or and vert, gorged with a collar, charged with three escallops, counterchanged.

comp.

CARMARDEN, and CARMARTHEN, a lion's gamb, erased, or.

CARMICHAEL of Carspherne, Sco., represented by J. R. Coulthart, Esq. (see COULTHART), a dexter hand and arm in armour, brandish- ing a tilting- spear, ppr. Toujours prest.

CARMICHAEL, GIBSON-, Bart., of Skirling, an arm, embowed, in hand a broken lance, top pendent, ppr. Toujours prest.

CARMICHAEL, of Balmblae, a woman's head and neck, issuing. Fortune helps the forward.

CARMICHAEL, Iri., an arm from elbow, in hand, in armour, a pheon, ppr.

CARMICHAEL of Maulslei, an arm, in armour, in hand a broken spear, ppr., and charged with a mullet, or. Toujours prest.

comp.

CARMICHAEL, Sco., an arm, in armour, in hand a tilting-spear, ppr. Toujours prest.

CARMINOW, CARJIYNOW, or CARMENOW, Eng., a dolphin, naiant, or.

CARNABY, Eng., a bull's head.

CARNABY, a lion's head, issuing, sa., charged with a cheveron, ar. see plate

CARNAC, on a crescent, a sword, ppr., hilt and pommel, or, point upward.

CARNAC, BJVETT-, Bart., Derbs. and Lond., out of a crescent, erm., interior, or, a sword, erect, ppr., hilt and pommel, gold. Sic itur ad astra.

CARNAGHI, or CARNAGIE, in dexter hand, gu., a thunderbolt, winged, or. Dread God.

I -

CARNAGIE, Sco., a star, ppr. Alis aspicit astra.

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CARNAGIE, Sco., out of a cloud, two dexter hands " gauntleted, supporting a flaming heart, all ppr. Armis et animis.

CARNARVON, Earl of (Herbert), a wyvern, wings elevated, vert, in mouth a sinister hand, couped at wrist, gu. Ung jescrviray.

CARNEGIE of Kennaird, Angus, in dexter hand a thunderbolt, ppr. Dcum tinute.

CAB

So

CAB

CAKNEGIE, Earl of Northesk. See NORTHESK.

CARNEGIE of Pitarow, Bart., a demi-eagle, dis- played, az. Video alta sequorque.

CARNEGIE of Craigo, a star, ppr. Alls aspicet astra.

CARNEGIE of Lour, a leopard's head, erased, ppr. Armis et animis.

CARNEGIE of Southesk, in dexter hand a thun- derbolt, ppr. Dread God.

CARNEGY, Lond., a demi-leopard, ppr. Tache sans tache. I

CARNEGY, Sco., in dexter hand a thunderbolt, gu., winged, or. Dread God, .

CARNEGY-LINDSAY, of Spynie and Boysack, and Kinblethmont : (l.) An ostrich-head, issu- ing, ar., in mouth a horse-shoe, az. see plate . (.) A demi-leopard, ppr. Tache sans tache and Endure furth. i

CARNEGY, WATSON- : ( r.) For Carney, a demi- leopard, ppr. Tache sans tache. i. (.) For Watson, a lily of the Nile, ppr. Sine injurid.

CARNELL, Yorks., an arm, inarmour,embo\ved, in hand a sword, ppr.

CARNEY, a swan's head and neck, erased, in mouth an annulet. comp.

CARNIE, Sco., on a rock, sa., weeds, vert.

CARNIE, Eng., out of a cloud, a hand, in fess, pointing to a crosier, in pale, all ppr.

CARNIQUET, Sco., a swan, wings addorsed, ar., ducally gorged and chained, or.

CARNOCK, Sco., in hand, ppr., a fleur-de-lis, az.

. I

CARNWATH, Earl of, and Baron Dalzell, Sco. (Dalzell), a dagger, erect, ppr., pommel and hilt, or. / dare.

CARPENTER, Eng., on a stand, a globe, ppr. Per acuta belli.

CARPENTER, a stag's head, ar., with wings ad- dorsed, az. see plate

CARPENTER, a demi-lion, rampant, gu., ducally crowned, or, collared, sa. see plate

CARPENTER, Wore., a coney, sejant, ar. i

CARPENTER, Eng., a church, ppr.

CARPENTER, Somers., a snail, passant, ppr., shell, ar.

CARPENTER, Surr., a greyhound's head, erased,

CARPENTER, Earl of Tyrconnel. SeeTrBCONNEL.

CARPENTER, Eng., a falcon, wings expanded, ar., beaked, legged, and belled, or.

CARPENTER, Cornw., a plume of ostrich-fea-

thers.

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CARPENTER, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand, ppr., a hammer, or. comp.

CARPENTER, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a passion nail. comp.

CARPENTER, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand, ppr., a musket, in bend sinister.

comp.

CARR, JAMES, Esq., New York, U.S.A., and Staffords., Eng., a stag's head, couped, ppr. Nil desperandum.

CARR, Lane, and Line., a stag's head, ar., charged with two bars-gemelle, gu., attired, or.

CARR, Sco., a buck's head, erased, or. Friend- ship.

CARR, Northumb. and Durh., a stag's head, erased, ppr. Nil desperandum.

CARR, a stag's head, couped, ppr. Nil despe- randum.

CARR, a lion's head, erased, or.

CARR, in hand a dagger, ar., hilt and pommel,

or.

CARR- HAY, Earl of Errol. See ERROL. CARR, STANDISH-, of Cocken Hall, Derbs., a

lion's head, erased. Est nulla fallacia.

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CARRANT, Somers., a bull's head, cabossed.

CARRE, Sco., a stag's head, erased, or. Tout droit.

CARRELL, Suss., on a mount, vert, a stag, lodged, regardant, ar., attired, or.

see plates and Si

CARRELL, Suss., on a mount, vert, an ibex, ar., maned and horned, or. comp.

CARRELL, Suss, and Kent, a lion's head, erased, vert, between wings, ar. and sa., on neck two bends, or. comp.

CARRELL, a tiger, sejant, vert, maned and tufted, or.

CARRICK, Earl of, Iri. (Butler), out of a ducal coronet, a plume of five ostrich-feathers, ai\, thereupon a falcon, rising, of the last. Soyez ferme. comp.

CARRICK, Sco., a demi-lion, or, in dexter a thistle, ppr. , in sinister a fleur-de-lis, gu. I

CARRICK, Glouc., an ostrich, ar., beaked and legged, or, in mouth a staff, of the same, with flag, gu. Garde bien. see plate

CARRIE, Iri., an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a dart, point downward. ^-

CARRIER, Hants., out of a ducal coronet, or, a dragon's head, vert.

CARRINGTON, Baron (Smith), an elephant's head, erased, or, eared, gu., charged on neck with three fleurs-de-lis, two and one, az. Tenax et fidelis. see plate

CARRINGTON, Lond. and Yorks., out of a ducal coronet, or, a unicorn's head, sa. I

CARRINGTON, Chesh., a unicorn's head, ar. , armed and crested, or.

CARRINGTON, an eagle, close.

CARRINGTON, Oxon., out of a ducal coronet, or, a unicorn's head, sa. I

CARRINGTON, Warvv. , a peacock's head, erased, ppr., ducally gorged, or. see plate

CARROL, or CARROLL, Iri., a tent, gu.

CARROL, or CARROLL, Iri., on stump of oak, sprouting, a hawk, ppr., belled, or.

CARROLL, Eng., a bear's head, sa., muzzled, or, between wings, of the last.

CARROLL of Bally nure, Wicklow, on stump of oak, sprouting, a hawk, ppr., belled, or. In fide et in bello fortes.

CARROL, Knt., Lond., on a mount, vert, a stag, lodged, regardant, ar., attired, or. Semper eadem.

CARRON, Sco., a camel's head.

CARRUTHERS of Howmains, a seraphim, volant, ppr. Promptus et fidelis.

CARRUTHERS, Annandale, a seraphim, stand- ing, vested, ppr. *'

CARRUTHERS, a cherub's head. ppr.

CARRUTHERS of the Isle of Annandale, a cherub, ppr. Paratus et fidelis.

CARRY, Eng., a cross Calvary, ppr.

CARRYNGTON, Eng., out of a coronet, or, a uni- corn's head, sa. i

CARSAIN, Sco., in dexter hand, a scimitar, ppr. Ne m'oublicz.

CARSE, Sco., a falcon's head. Velocitate.

CARSE, or CARSS, Sco., between horns of a

CAB





CAS

crescent, a cross crosslet, fitched, or. In cruce solus. I

CARSEY, Norf., a hand and arm, couped at elbow, and erect, vested, az., purfled and cuffed, ar., in hand a bunch of gilliflowers, all ppr.

CARSEWELL, and CARSWELL, Sco., a lion's head, within a fetterlock.

CARSTAIRS, Sco., the sun shining on a prim- rose, ppr. Te splendente.

CARSEWELL, Eng., a lion, passant, tail ex- tended, ppr.

CART, Eng. and Sco., a stag's head, in mouth a serpent, all ppr.

CART, Sco. and Eng., in hand, a club, all ppr.

CARTARET, a squirrel, sejant, gu., cracking a nut, ppr., in dexter a branch of laurel.

CARTELL, a tower, triple-towered, ar., masoned, sa.

CARTER, a talbot, sejant, resting dexter on a Catherine-wheel. comp. l. IO

CARTER, a lion's head, in mouth a comet-star, ppr. see plate

CARTER, Hants., a lion's head, erased. Fear not.

CARTER, Yorks., out of a mural coronet, or, a demi-monkey, ppr. -

CARTER, Northamp., a talbot's head, ar. l.

CARTER, Northamp., a talbot's head, ar. charged with a mullet, gu.

CARTER, Cornw., on a mural coronet, sa., a talbot, passant, ar. see plate

CARTER, Cornw., a lion's head, erased, or.

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CARTER, Kent, a dexter arm, in armour, em- bowed, ppr., in hand a roll of paper.

comp.

CARTERET, Baron (Thynne), a reindeer, statant, or. Loyal devoir.

CARTHEW, Sco., a wild duck, ppr.

CARTHEW, a falcon, rising, ducally gorged and belled, ppr.

CARTILES, Northumb., a talbot, passant, per pale, indented, or and vert. l.

CARTLAND, Iri., a demi-eagle, rising, ppr.

CARTLITCH, two hands, wielding a two-handed sword, ppr.

CARTWRIGHT, a griffin's head, erased, or, pierced through neck with a lance, broken, ppr., vulned, gu. comp. and

CARTWRIGHT, a lion's head, ar., charged on neck with a Catherine-wheel, sa. see plate

CARTWRIGHT, Eng., a wolf's head, erased, or, pierced through neck with a spear, ar. De- fend the fold. comp. and

CARUS, Westm., an eagle, wings expanded, sa., beaked and legged, or, charged with a cinque- foil, ar.

CARVELT, Eng., a leopard's head, erased, gard-

ant.





CARVER, Eng., between wings a peacock's head, in beak a snake, tail coiled round neck, all ppr. -

CARVER, out of a ducal coronet, or, a Sara- cen's head, couped at shoulders, ppr.

CARVILE, an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., in hand a sword, ar., hilt and pommel, of the second. Solas virtus triumphat.

CARVILL, Eng., a goat, passant, sa., attired, or.

. ii

CARWARDINE, Herts., a wolf, passant, ar., in mouth an arrow, sa., embrued, gu.

see plate

CARWELL, Eng., a leopard's head, erased, gardant, ppr.

GARY of Torr Abbey, Devons., a swan, ppr. Virtute excerptce. - ll

GARY of Follaton Park, Devons.: (i.) For Gary, a swan, ppr. ii. (.) For Flem- ing, in dexter hand, in armour, a sword, all ppr. Virtute excerptce.

GARY of White Castle, Donegal, a swan, ppr. Sinemaculd. II

GARY, Eng., a horse's head, armed with a shield plate, bridled, or. -

GARY, a demi-lady, vested.

GARY, Iri., two hands, couped and conjoined, ppr., supporting a cross crosslet, fitched, az.

GARY, Lond., a lion, couchant, gardant, ppr.

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GARY, Lond., a swan, ppr., wings erect, on

breast a rose, sa.

CARYER, Kent, a dove, wings elevated, ar.,

membered, gu., within a circle of glory, ray-

onne, or.

CARYSFORT, Earl (Proby), an ostrich-head,

erased, ar., ducally gorged, or, in mouth a

key, of the last. Manus hcec inimica tyran-

nis. see plate

CASAER, or CEASER, Sco., a dolphin.

CASAER, Sco. , a dolphin, haurient.

CASE, and CASSE, Eng., on a winged globe, a

dove, rising, ppr.

CASE, Sco., a cubit arm, in armour, or, in

hand, gauntleted, a sword, ar., hilt and

pommel, of the first.

CASE, Lane, and Staffs., a cubit arm, vested,

ermines, cuffed, ar., in hand, ppr., a round

buckle, or. comp.

CASEY, Eng., a demi-talbot, gu.

CASEY, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, two

branches of laurel, in orle.

CASEY, Iri., out of a cloud, in hand, in fess, a

garb.

CASH, Eng., out of a mural coronet, or, on a

garb, ppr., a bird.

CASHALL, Eng., a lion, rampant, supporting a

plumb-rule, ar.

CASHEN, Berks., a rose-sprig, with leaves and

buds. Rosam ne rode.

CASLON, a spear-head, ppr. q

CASMAJOR, a lion, rampant.

CASON, Cambs. and Herts., a cubit arm,

vested, purp., cuffed, ar., in hand a firelock,

all ppr.

CASS, Sco., a pair of scales, ppr. I

CASSAN, Iri., on a chapeau, a fleur-de-lis, be- tween wings, ppr. CASSAN of Sheffield House, Iri., issuant from an earl's coronet, ppr., a boar's head and neck, erased, or, langued, gu. Juvant arva pa- rentum. see plate CASSEL, or CASSELL, a hawk, regardant, sup- porting with dexter a garland of laurel, all ppr. CASSELS, a castle, ppr. Galea spes salutis. CASSIDY, Eng., a spear, broken in three pieces, two in saltier, the head in pale, banded,, gu.

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CASSIE, Eng., a hind's head.

CASSILIS, EarL See AILSA, Marquess of.

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CASSILS, Sco., an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a fleur-de-lis.

CASSON, from a tower, a dove, rising, az.

CASSTLE, out of a castle, triple -towered, a griffin, issuant. comp. II and . IO

GASSY, a crow, feeding, ppr.

GASSY, an eagle, displayed, with two heads, vert.

CASTELL, Norf., a dragon's head, couped, gu.

CASTELL, Cambs., a tower, triple- towered, sa., purfled, or.

CASTELL, Iri., on a tower, triple -towered, ar., an arm, in armour, erect, in hand a roundle, all ppr.

CASTELL, Iri., a cross fleury, fitched, vert, flowered, or.

CASTELL, a tower, ar. , in flames at top, ppr.

CASTELYON, Line., on a tower, a lion, passant, or. see plate and

CASTER, Norf., a savage, standing on a ser- pent, ppr. ii

CASTILLON, Berks., a lion's head, erased, gar- dant, ducally crowned.

CASTLE, Lond., a tower, in flames, ppr.

CASTLE, Lond., a dexter arm, couped and em- bowed, in fess, ppr., vested, gu., cuffed, or, in hand a pennon, charged with a bee vo- lant, gold.

CASTLE-STEUAKT, Earl (Steuart), Iri., a uni- corn's head, ar., armed, or, between two branches pf laurel, vert. Forward.

CASTLECOMB, an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., garnished, or, in hand a pistol, ppr.

CASTLELOCK, Kent, out of a mural coronet, or, a demi-griffm, segreant, in talon a cross crosslet, fitched, of the last.

CASTLEMAINE, Viscount (Handcock), Iri., a demi-lion, rampant, az., between paws a fusil, ar., charged with a cock, gu. Vigilate et orate. see plate

CASTLEMAN, Eng., a lion, rampant, between wings.

CASTLEMAN, a demi-man, in armour, in hand a flag of defiance, displayed over head, sini- ster on the pommel of his sword, all ppr.

CASTLETON, Surr., Suff., and Line., a dragon's head, between wings, gu.

CASTLETON, Suff., a dragon, passant, wings ad- dorsed, vert.

CASTLETON, Surr., a demi-dragon, wings ad- dorsed, gu.

CASTLYN, a tower, ppr., with flag, gu.

C ASTON, Eng., in lion's paw, erased, sa.. a cross pattee, fitched, erm. i

CASWELL, Middx., a dexter arm, couped at shoulder, in mail, in hand, ppr., a cross crosslet, fitched, or. comp, .

CASWELL, Middx., an arm, in armour, em- bowed, in hand a broken spear, all ppr.

CATCHER, Eng., a garb, or, banded, vert.

CATER, Berks., Hunts., and Leic., a demi- griffin, ar., beaked and legged, gu.

CATER, Lond., a demi-griffin, gu.

CATER, Lond. and Berks., a lion's head, erased.

CATERALL, a cat, passant, gardant, ppr.

comp.

CATERALL, Chesh., on a chapeau, az., turned up, erm., a cat, passant, ppr.

CATESBY, a leopard, passant, ppr.

CATESBY, Northamp., an antelope's head, couped, ar., between attires, or, two battle- axes, erect, ppr. see plate CATESBY, or CATTESBYE, Bucks., a lion, pas- sant, sa., crowned, or. see plate CATESBY, Northamp. and Bucks., a leopard, passant, gardant, ar., pellettee. see plate CATESNELBOGE, Eng., an anchor, ppr. CATHCART, Earl (Schaw-Cathcart), a dexter hand, couped above wrist, and erect, ppr., grasping a crescent, ar. / hope to speed.

CATHCART, Bart., Sco., a dexter hand, holding up a heart, royally crowned, all ppr. By faith we are saved.

CATHCART, Eng., a pyramid, ar., environed by a vine, vert.

CATHCART of Carbiston, Ayrs., in dexter hand, couped at wrist, a crescent, ar. / hope to speed.

CATHCART of Knockdolian Castle, Ayrs., same crest and motto.

CATHERENS, CATHERNS, and CATHARINES, Eng., a griffin, or, pellettee. see plate

CATHERY, a boar's head, couped, sa., in mouth three arrows.

CATHIE, Sco., a stag's head, couped, ppr.

CATHROPE, on a mount, a stag, current.

CATLEY, in hand, erect, a sealed letter, ppr.

comp.

CATLIN, or CATLYN, Beds, and Northamp., a lion's head, erased, ar., collared and lined, or.

CATLIN, Kent, a lion, sejant, gardant, or, be- tween wings, addorsed. see plate

CATOR of Beckingham Place, Kent, a lion's head, erased, or, collared with a bar-gemelle, az. Nihil sine labore.

CATT, a horned owl, ppr.

CATTELIN, a demi-leopard, rampant, gardant, ar., pellettee, ducally gorged, vert, between wings, of the last. see plate

CATTLE, Lane., a wolf's head, az.

CATTLE Y, a demi-cat, rampant, gardant, sup- porting an anchor.

CATTON, a horned owl, ar.

CATTY, a goat's head, erased, ar. -

CATZNELLAGE, Eng., the attires of a stag, or. Ne supra.

CAULDWELL, a cock's head, couped, ar., combed and wattled, gu., between wings, in beak a cross patte'e, fitched.

CAULEY, Eng., from a plume of three ostrich- feathers, an eagle, rising, ppr.

CAULFEILD of Drumcairne, Tyrone, a dragon's head, erased, gu., gorged with bar-gemelle, ar. Deo duce, ferro comitante.

CAULFEILD of Raheenduff, Queen's County, of Bloomfield, Westmeath, of Donamon Castle, co. Roscommon, same crest and motto.

CAULFIELD, Eng., out of a mural coronet, in hand, a sword, wavy. comp.

CAULFIELD. See CHARLEMONT, Earl of.

CAULKIN, Warwicks., out of a ducal coronet, a demi-lion, rampant, ppr. Vincit qui se vincit.

GAUNTER, in hand a palm-branch, ppr.

CAUS, Eng., a cinquefoil.

CAUSTON, Surr., a demi-leopard, with a lion's tail, ar., collared. see plate

CAUSTON, Ess., a cubit arm, erect, vested, gu.,

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charged with two bends, wavy, sa., cuffed, ar., in hand, ppr., a round buckle, or.

comp.

CAUSTON, Eng., a wolf's head, erased, or.

CAUTY, Eng., a Catherine-wheel, az.

CAUVIN, Sco., in dexter hand, a dagger, point downward.

CAVALIER, Eng., a horse's head, couped, sa., armed and bridled, or, on head a plume of feathers, ar. and gu., on forehead a spiked plate, of the last.

CAVALL, a naked man, holding a palm-tree, ppr.

CAVAN, Earl (Lambart), Iri., a centaur, ppr., drawing a bow, gu., arrow, or. Ut quocunque paratus.

CAVANAGH, Iri., a stag, lodged, between two branches of laurel.

CAVE, Bart., Northamp., a greyhound, current, sa., in mouth a scroll. Gardez.

CAVE, Eng., a greyhound, current, sa.

CAVE, a greyhound, current, sa., collared, or. Cave, Deus videt.

CAVENAGH, Eng., out of clouds, two dexter hands, grasping a sprouting oak-stump.

CAVENDISH, Suss., a wolf's head, or, collared, gu. .

CAVENDISH, a serpent, nowed, verjb. in.

CAVENDISH, on a ducal coronet, a snake, nowed, ppr. in.

CAVENDISH, Duke of Devonshire. See DEVON- SHIRE.

CAVENDISH, Baron Waterpark. See WATER- PARK.

CAVENDISH, a stag, trippant.

CAW, Sco., a stag's head, in mouth a serpent, ppr. .

CAWDOR, Earl (Campbell), a swan, ar., ducally crowned, or. JBe mindful. j.

CAWDOR, Eng., a sheaf of arrows, sa., shods and feathers, or, banded, gu. il

CAWLEY, Eng., out of a plume of three ostrich- feathers, an eagle, rising, ppr.

CAWODLY, Eng., a falcon's leg and wing con- joined, ar., belled, or.

CAWOODLEY, Devons., a hawk's leg, az., joined at knee to a wing, or, belled, of the same.

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CAWSON, Lond., out of a ducal coronet, or, a

unicorn's head, ar., ducally gorged, lined, and

winged, sa. see plate

CAWTHORNE, Eng., a raven.

CAWTHORNE, Yorks., an arm, embowed, ppr.,

in hand a cross patonce, or. CAWTON, Eng., a dromedary, sa., bezante'e.

CAY, Durh., a griffin's head, erased, az. Patria

cara carior libertas.

CAY, Northumb., a hawk, ppr.

CAY, Northumb., a royal eagle, gorged with a

collar and banner, vert, bearing a rose, ar.

Sit sine spind. see plate

CAYLE, Iri., a demi-stag, in mouth a rose,

slipped and leaved.

CAYLE, and CAYLY, Eng., a mascle, vert. CAYLEY, Bart., Yorks., a lion, rampant, or,

charged with a bend, gu., thereon three

mullets, ar., in paws a battle-axe, ppr.

see plate CAYLEY, and CEYLEY, a demi-lion, holding a

battle-axe, ppr. see plate

CAYLEY, Wilts., a demi-lion, ar., charged with a bend, gu., thereon three mullets, in dex- ter a battle-axe.

CAYLEY of Low Hall, Yorks., a demi-lion, rampant, or, charged with a bend, gu., there- on three mullets, ar., in paws a battle-axe, ppr.

CAZENOVE, Eng., a sword, in pale, az., hilted, or.

CECIL, Marquess of Salisbury and Exeter. See those titles.

CECILL, Eng., a garb, or, supported by two lions, rampant, the one, az., the other, ar.

comp.

CEELY, Cornw., a tiger, sejant, ar.

CEILY, or CEELY, an arm, in armour, in hand, a pheon, point upward, all ppr.

CELY, or CEELY, Ess., a bundle of quills, ppr.

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CENINO, Eng., an escallop, between two palm- branches, ppr. CERVINGTON, Devons., a tun, or, out of the bung- hole five roses, of the same, stalked and leaved, ppr. CEVILIOC, Eng., an arm, in armour, embowed, round shoulder a ribbon tied in a bow, in hand a knotted club. CHABNOR, Herts., a pheon, or. CHACE, a lion, rampant, or, between feet a cross patonce, gu. comp. CHAD, Bart., Norf., a falcon, wings expanded, ppr., beaked, legged, and membered, or, sup- porting in dexter a cross potent, per pale, gu. and ar. see plate CHADBORN, Glouc., a demi-griffin, az. CHADERTON, a griffin's head, couped, gu. CHADOCK, a martlet, ar. . CHADOCK, Eng., on a ducal coronet, or, a martlet, gu. CHADS, a unicorn's head, couped, between two laurel-branches, ppr. CHADWELL, out of a ducal coronet, in dexter hand a swan's head, erased, ppr. ' * CHADWICK of Puddleston Court, Leominster, a white lily, stalked and leaved, surmounted by two crosses, crosslet, fitched, in saltier. In candore decus. - CHADWICK, Lane., a talbot's head, gu., pierced through neck with an arrow, or, and gorged with a collar charged with the arms of Han- sacre, erm., three chess rooks, gu. Juxta, Salopian. see plate CHADWICK, Notts., Staffs., and Lane., a lily, ar., stalked and leaved, vert. In candore decus. - CHADWICK, Staffs., a martlet, ar. CHADWICK, on a ducal coronet, or, a martlet, gu. CHAFFY, a peacock in pride, ppr. I CHAFIN, or CHAFFIN, Dors., a talbot, or. CHAIGNEAU, Iri., a lion's head, erased, gu.

- CHALBOTS, Eng., two anchors, in saltier, ppr.

- CHALIE, in water, a swan, wings addorsed.

CHALKHILL, Middx., out of a ducal coronet, or,

a horse's head, erin., maned, gold. I

CHALKLEN, on a mural coronet, a sheaf of

seven arrows, points upward. CHALLEN, Suss., a castle, ar., thereon a flag. Spes, solus, decus. IO

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CHALLENG, Glouc., an eagle's head, sa.

CHALLENGE, Suss., a tiger, ar., biting a broken javelin, or, stuck through his back, the butt erect against his side. see plate

CHALLON, a mermaid, ppr.

CHALLONEE, Northumb., a demi-sea-wolf, rain- pant, or. Sicut quercus.

CHALMERS of Aldbar, Forfars., an eagle, rising, ppr. Spero. - i

CHALMERS, Balnecraig, Sco., same crest and motto.

CHALMERS, Sco., a demi-lion, in dexter a fleur- de-lis, gu. Quid non Deo juvante.

CHALMERS, Sco., a lion's head, erased, sa. Avancez.

CHALMERS, Sco., a hawk, rising, ppr., belled, or. Promptus etfidelis.

CHAMBER, a demi-eagle, with two heads, dis- played, per pale, sa. and ar.,counterchanged, the heads, imperially crowned, or.

comp. II

CHAMBER, Middx., Cornw., and Ess., a bear, passant, sa., muzzled, collared, and lined, or.

. II

CHAMBERLAIN, Bart., Lond., an eagle, displayed, ppr., dexter resting on an armillary sphere, or. Speset fides. see plate

CHAMBERLAIN, an ass's head, erased, ar., ducally crowned, or. see plate

CHAMBERLAIN, out of a ducal coronet, or, a camel's head, ar. comp.

CHAMBERLAIN, and CHAMBERLAYNE, Eng., a swan, wings addorsed, crowned, ppr. n

CHAMBERLAIN, out of a mural coronet, gu., a demi-lion, rampant, or, in dexter a key, ar.

see plate

CHAMBERLAIN, a bear's head, erased, ar.

CHAMBERLAIN, and CHAMBERLAN, Eng., a pheon, with part of broken shaft, ppr.

CHAMBERLAIN, or GHAMBERLAYN, Eng., an ass's head, couped, ar.

CHAMBERLAINE, Glouc., Oxon., and Yorks., out of a ducal coronet, or, an ass's head, ar.

CHAMBERLAYNE, Lond., a dexter arm, couped and embowed, in hand a grenade, fired, all ppr. Fortitudine.

CHAMBERLAYNE of Maugersbury House, Glouc. : (i.) Out of a ducal coronet, an ass's head. . (.) A lion's head, erased, charged with three trefoils. Virtuti nikil invium.

comp.

CHAMBERLAYNE of Stoney Thorpe, Warw., out of a ducal coronet, or, an ass's head. Pro- desse quam conspici.

CHAMBERLAYNE of Cranbury Park, Hants, out of a ducal coronet, or, an ass's head, ar. Mors potior macula.

CHAMBERLEN, Lond., a dexter arm, couped and embowed, in hand a grenade, fired, all ppr.

CHAMBERS of Fox Hall, I'ri., a falcon, close, belled, ppr. Spero dum spiro.

CHAMBERS, Iri., on a mount, a tree, ppr.

CHAMBERS, Eng., an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., charged with a cross, couped, gu., in hand a scimitar, ar., hilt and pommel, or.

comp.

CHAMBERS, Sco., a lion's head, sa., langued, gu.

CHAMBERS, Sco., a lion's head, erased, sa. Avancez.

CHAMBERS, Sco., in dexter hand a pair of scales, ppr. Lux mihi laurus. I

CHAMBERS, an eagle's head and neck, erased, ppr., vulning, gu. II

CHAMBERS, a falcon, belled, ppr. Non prceda, sed victoria.

CHAMBERS, a bear, passant, sa., muzzled, col- lared, and chained, or.

CHAMBERS, Lond., within a mountain, vert, a man working in a copper mine, in hand a pick-axe, elevated, ppr., his cat, shirt, drawers, and hose, ar., shoes, sa., the planet Venus rising behind the mountain, or.

CHAMBLEY, and CHAMBLY, Eng., above a globe, a ship, ppr.

CHAMBRE, Lond., a cock, gu., holding three wheat-ears, or. see plate

CHAMBRE, Eng., a rose-branch, ppr.

CHAMOND, Cornw., a lion, sejant.

CHAMOND, Eng., on a chapeau, ppr., a fleur-de- lis, gu., between wings.

CHAMP, a stag, ppr.

CHAMPAGNE, Eng., a cluster of grapes, slipped and leaved, vert.

CHAMPAYN, Sco., a bear's head, couped, sa.

comp.

CHAMPERNON, a lion's head, erased, ar., seme"e of roundles, sa., ducally crowned, or.

CHAMPERNONNE, out of a ducal coronet, an ostrich, rising, in mouth a horse-shoe, all ppr. .

CHAMPEROUN, Eng., in dexter hand, a rose- branch, ppr.

CHAMPION, Eng., an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., in gauntlet a chaplet of laurel, vert.

CHAMPION, an arm, vested, gu., in hand a rose- branch, ppr. comp. and

CHAMPION, a turkey-cock, ppr.

CHAMPION, Lond., a leopard's head, erased, gardant, or, ducally gorged, sa. Praedarius quo difficilius.

CHAMPION, Lond., a winged spur, ppr. Speed.

CHAMPNEY, Lond., a leopard's head, erased, gardant, or, ducally gorged, sa.

CHAMPNEY, Eng., a lion's gamb, erased, sup- porting a torteau, gu. I

CHAMPNEYS, and CHAMPNEIS, Eng., a demi- man, wreathed, waistcoat, gu., sleeves, or, cuffs, gold, in dexter a gem-ring.

CHAMPREYS, Eng. , same crest. Pro patria non timidus per ire.

CHAMPNEYS, MOSTYN-, Bart., Somers. : (i.) Out of a ducal coronet, or, a sword, gu., between wings, ar. (.) A demi-moor, full-faced, ppr., in dexter hand a diamond ring. Pro patria non timidus pcrire.

CHANCE, Warw., a demi-lion, rampant, in paws a sword, erect, ppr. comp.

CHANCELOR, or CHANCELLOR, Sco., an eagle, displayed, sa. Queje surmontc.

CHANCEY, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, or, a griffin's head, gu., charged with a pale, az., between wings, displayed.

CHANDEW, a pelican's nest, with three young birds, ppr. I

CHANDLER, Lond., a bull's head, sa., attired, ar. see plate

CHANDLER, a pelican, sa., in nest, vert.



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CHANDOIS, and CHANDOS, Eng., a stag's head, gu., between horns a cross pattee, az.

comp.

CHANDOS, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, or, a dragon's head, sa.

CHANDOS, Herts., an old man's head, in pro- file, ppr., hair gray, wreathed.

CHANNY, Herts., out of a ducal coronet, a demi-eagle, displayed, or. .

CHANNSY, or CHANSEY, a griffin's head, erased, in beak a key.

CHANTRELL, a tower, ar., in portal a boar's head, sa. see plate

CHANTRY, Eng., a lion, rampant, gu., support- ing a pillar, sa. see plate

CHAPE, or CHAPPE, Norf., in dexter hand, gauntleted, a pheon, point upward, ppr.

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CHAPLAIN, a griffin's head, erased, murally gorged.

CHAPLIN of Coliston, Sco., a griffin's head, erased, gu. Labor omnia vincit.

CHAPLIN of Blankney and Tathwell, Line., a griffin's head, erased, or, murally gorged, vert. see plate

CHAPLIN, Lond. and Hants., a griffin's head, erased, ar., ducally gorged, or. comp.

CHAPMAN, Bart., Iri., an arm, in armour, em- bowed, in hand a broken spdkr, encircled with a wreath of laurel, all ppr. Crescit sub ponder e virtus. comp.

CHAPMAN, Middx., a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a broken tilting- spear, ppr.,enfiled with a chaplet, vert. comp.

CHAPMAN, Line., a fleur-de-lis, or, between two olive branches, vert. comp.

CHAPMAN, a dragon's head, couped, vert, the butt of broken spear thrust through neck, point in mouth, ppr. comp.

CHAPMAN, Lond. and Yorks., a buck's head, per cheveron, ar. and gu.

CHAPMAN, Lond., an heraldic antelope's head, erased, sa., horned, armed, and crined, or, pierced in neck by an arrow, of the last, headed, ar., embrued, gu. comp.

CHAPMAN, Somers., a buck's head, cabossed, sa., attired, or, between attires two arrows, in saltier, of the last, feathered, ar. I

CHAPMAN, Iri., out of a cloud, in hand, erect, a sword, wavy, all ppr.

CHAPMAN, Sco., a hawk, regardant, ppr., in dexter a garland of laurel.

CHAPMAN, Sco., in hand a sword, in pale, thrust through a boar's head, erased, ppr.

. II

CHAPMAN, Lond., out of a crescent, a uni- corn's head, maned, horned, and gutte'e, gold. see plate

CHAPPEACE, an eagle, close, ppr. .

CHAPPELL, Lond., an arm, vested, in hand a viper, ppr. IO

CHAPPES, Eng., in' hand, gauntleted, a pheon, point upward, ppr.

CHAPPLE, on stump of a tree, couped, a falcon, hooded, ppr.

CHAPPLE, Lond., on stump of a tree a falcon, hooded, ppr. Viresco.

CHARD, Somers., an eagle, rising, ar., dexter resting on an escutcheon, az., charged with a bugle-horn, stringed, or, gorged with a collar, gemelle, sa., in beak an oak-branch, slipped, ppr. Nil desperandum. sec plate

CHARDIN, Leic., a lion, rampant.

CHARDIN, Eng., a dove, ppr. n

CHARINGWORTH, Eng., a naked arm, embowed, in hand a cutlass, ppr.

CHARLEMONT, Earl of (Caulfield), Iri., a dra- gon's head, erased, gu., gorged with a bar- gemelle, ar. Deo duce, ferro comitante.

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CHARLES, Devons., a demi-eagle, displayed with two heads. see plate

CHARLES, Lond., a demi-wolf, erm., holding a halberd, ar., tasselled, or. comp.

CHARLESWORTH, out of a ducal coronet, a cock's head, ppr. .

CHARLETON, or CHARLTON, Eng., a leopard's head, or.

CHARLEVILLE, Earl of, and Viscount, and Baron Tullamore, Iri. See BURY.

CHARLEVILLE, a boar's head, couped, pierced through back of neck with a broken dart.

see plate

CHARLEWOOD, or CHARLWOOD, Eng., a Sara- cen's head, ppr.

CHARLEWOOD, an arrow, in pale, enfiled with a ducal coronet, all ppr.

CHARLEY of Lisburn, Iri., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a falcon's head, erased, ppr. Justus esto et non metu.

CHARLEY, and CHARNLEY, a griffin, passant in dexter a buckle.

CHARLTON, Ess., out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-eagle, displayed, sa., in beak a heart's- ease flower, ppr. comp.

CHARLTON, Oxon., out of a ducal coronet, or, a unicorn's head, sa., crined, ar., horn twisted. I

CHARLTON, a leopard's head, cabossed.

CHARLTON, Northumb. and Salop, two lions gambs, erect, gu. comp.

CHARLTON, Heref ., a lion's face, affrontde, gu. Sans varier. -

CHARLTON, Suss., an arm, embowed, vested, gu., cuffed, erm., in hand a broad arrow, ppr. comp.

CHARLTON of Hesleyside, Northumb., a demi- lion, rampant. Sans varier.

CHARLTON, LECHMERE-, of Ludford, Heref. : (l.) For Ckarlton, a leopard's head, cabossed, gu. . (.) For Lechmcre, out of a ducal coronet, a pelican, vtilning, ppr. see plate

CHARLTON, on a chapeau, a leopard, statant, ppr.

CHARNELL, Warw. and Leic., out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-eagle, displayed.

CHARNELL, a peacock, close, or.

CHARNEY, Eng., on a rock, a dove, with olive- branch, ppr. .

CHARNOCK, Lane., a dove, ppr. II

CHARNOCK, Beds., a lapwing, ppr.

CHARPENTIER, Eng., in dexter hand a fleur-de- lis, gu.

CHARRINGTON, Eng., out of a cloud, a hand pointing to a star, all ppr.

CHARTER, an ass, passant, ppr.

CHARTERIS. See WEMYSS, Earl of.

CHARTERIS, Sco., in dexter hand a dagger, ppr. This is our chart.

CHARTERIS, CHARTERS, and CHARTRES, Eng., a demi-cat, rampant, gardant, ppr.

CHARTNAY, or CHARTNEY, Eng., two arms, in armour, embowed, wielding a battle-axe, ppr.

CHA

CHARTSEY, Eng., a dexter arm, embowed, holding up two olive-branches, in orle, ppr.

CHARTSEY, a wolf, passant, sa., devouring a fish, ppr. comp. II

CHASE, Eng., a griffin's head, erased, in beak

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a key. Q

CHASE, Herts., a lion, rampant, sa., between paws a cross flory, or. comp.

CHASSEREAU, a demi-chevalier, in armour, brandishing a sword, ppr.

CHASTELIN, Eng., a fleur-de-lis, or.

CHASTELON, on the point of a sword, a maunch.

CHATER, a derni-lion, double queued, ppr.

CHATER, Yorks., an ass, passant, ppr.

CHATFIELD., a demi-moor, with a quiver on back, shooting an arrow, all ppr.

CHATFIELD, or CHATFEILD, Suss., an antelope's head, erased, ar., horned, and ducally gorged, gu. Che sara sara. see plate

CHATFIELD, an heraldic antelope's head, erased, ar., ducally gorged, or. comp.

CHATTERTON, Bart., Iri., an antelope's head, erased, ar., pierced through back of neck by an arrow, ppr. Loyal a mort. see plate

CHATTERTON, Cambs., a demi-griffin, gu., beaked, legged, and winged, or.

CHATTING, Eng., a human heart, gu., trans- pierced by a sword, in bend sinister, point downward, ppr. i

CHATTOCK, Eng., in dexter hand a lion's paw, ppr.

CHAUCER, two lions' gambs, ar. and gu., sup- porting a shield.

CHAUCER, CHAUSER, and CHAWCER, Eng., a tortoise, passant, ppr.

CHAUMOND, Eng., on a chapeau, ppr., a fleur- de-lis, az., between wings.

CHAUNCEY, a savage's arm, embowed, in hand a club, ppr.

CHAUNCEY, a dexter hand, striking with a dag- ger, ppr.

CHAUNCY of Munden Parva, Herts., out of a ducal coronet, or, a griffin's head, gu., be- tween wings, az., inward parts of wings, gu.

CHAUSTER, stag's horns, ppr.

CHAUSY, out of a ducal coronet, or, a griffin's head, gu., between wings, the dexter, az., quill feathers, gu., the sinister, gu., feathered, w .

CHAWNER, Eng., an ermine, passant, ppr. i

CHAWNER of Newton Manor House, Hants., a sea- wolf's head, erased, sa. Nil desperan- dum.

CHAWORTH, a tower, ppr., on top five ostrich- feathers, ar. see plate

CHAWORTH, a tower, ppr., on top seven ostrich- feathers, ar. see plate

CHAWORTH, a tower, ppr., on top six laurel- leaves.

CHAWORTH, Eng., a dagger, az., hilt and pom- mel, or, and cross crosslet, fitched, sa., in saltier.

CHAWREY, and CHAWSEY, Eng., an arm, from elbow, erect, ppr., vested, per pale, ar. and sa., in hand a covered cup, ar. comp.

CHAYTOR, Bart., Yorks., a stag's head, erased, lozengy, ar. and az., dexter horn, of the first, sinister, of the second. Fortune le veut.

CHE

CHAYTOR, CLERVEAUX-, of Spennithorne Hall, Yorks.: (i.) For Chaytor, a stag's head, erased, lozengy, ar. and az,, dexter horn, of the first, sinister, of the second. . (.) For Clerveaux, an eagle, displayed. . (.) A heron, ppr.

CHEALES, an eagle's head, erased, or, ducally crowned, ar. see plate

CHEAP, Sco., a garb, or, banded, vert.

CHEDDER, and CHEDER, Eng., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, ar., a lion, passant, gardant, az., ducally crowned, ppr.

CHED WORTH, Devons., a wolf's head, sa., col- lared, or. .

CHEDWORTH, Devons., a demi-lion, rampant, gardant, az , in dexter a battle-axe, ppr.

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CHEEKE,on a chapeau, a lion, passant, ppr. CHEEKE, Somers. and Suff., a sword, in pale,

ensigned with a cross pattee. I

CHEEKE, Suff., out of a naval coronet, or, a

demi-mermaid, ppr.

CHEESE, Eng., a talbot, passant, az., collared,

or.

CHEESE, a talbot, passant.

CHEESE of Huntington Court, Heref., a lion's

head, erased, or. Omnia fert cetas.. CHEESEMAN, and CHESMAN, Eng., in dexter

hand holding a royal crown, ppr. CHEFFIELD, Ruts., an arm, in armour, couped,

resting on elbow, in hand a sword, all ppr.

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CHEIN, and CHEINE, Eng., on a chapeau, two lions supporting a garb, ppr.

CHEIN, and CHEINE, Sco., a cross pattee, fitched, ar. Patientia vincit. -

CHEISLY, or CHESLY, Sco., a rose, ppr. slipped and leaved, vert. Fragrat post funera virtus.

CHELLEY, Eng., a leg, in armour, couped be- low knee, and spurred, all ppr. CHELMSFORD, Baron, a cornucopia, in fess, the horn, or, fruit, ppr., thereon a dove, in mouth a sprig of laurel, ppr. Spes etfortuna.

comp. and . CHELSUM, a garb, or.

CHELSUM, Eng., a greyhound, current, ar. CHELTENHAM, a demi-eagle, displayed, ppr.

IO.

CHEMERE, a peer's helmet, or.

CHENELL, Eng., an arm, ppr., vested, sa.,

cuffed, or, in hand a covered cup, ar. CHENEY, Eng., two bulls' horns, ar. CHENEY of Badger Hall, Salop, a bull's scalp,

ar. Fato prudentia major.

CHENY, a demi-lion, ar., holding a gem ring,

or, enriched with a precious stone, ppr.

see plate

CHEOKE, a bird's head, sa.

CHEPSTOW, Eng., an arm, vambraced, az.,

studded and garnished, or, in hand a sword,

ppr.

CHERBRON, in lion's gamb, erect, gu., a griffin's

head, erased, or. CHERE, Eng., a talbot, passant, az., collared

and ringed, or. Prcemium virtutis honor.

CHERLEY, Eng., a cross patonce, between two

stalks of wheat, or, leaved, ppr.

CHERNOCK, a martlet, sa.

CHERWOOD, Eng., a unicorn's head, or, between

two laurel branches, vert.

CHE

CHESBBOUGH, a demi-lion, rampant, gu., be- tween paws a cross patted, or. see plate

CHESELDON, and CHESELDYNE, Ruts., a talbot, couchant, ar., spotted, sa.

CHESELDON, and CHESELDYNE, Ruts., a talbot, passant, ar., spotted, sa., collared and lined, or.

CHESHAM, Lane., out of a ducal coronet, a lion's gamb, erect, or.

CHESHAM, Lane., a falcon, wings expanded, ppr.

CHESHIRE, a talbot, sejant, supporting with paws a shield, charged with a garb,

comp.

CHESHIRE, or CHESSHYRE, Eng., a hawk's lure, purp.

CHESLIE, CHIESLY, and CHISLIE, Sco., an eagle, displayed, ppr. Credo et videbo.

CHESLIN, Lond., a tower, ar.

CHESLIN, Lond., a fleur-de-lis, ppr.

CHBSNEY, a man's head, bearded and wreathed, ppr.

CHESTER, Bush Hall, Herts., a demi-griffin, rampant, erm., beak, tongue, talons, and eyes, ppr. Vincit qui patitur.

CHESTER of Chichley Hall, Bucks., a ram's head, couped, ar., attired, or. -

CHESTER, Glouc., in lion's gamb, erased, gu., a broken sword, ar., hilted, or.

CHESTER, Bucks., a ram's head, erased, ar., armed, or. -

CHESTER, Leic., a dragon, passant, ar.

CHESTER, Ess., a cutlass, ar., hilt and pommel, or, between two branches of laurel, ppr.

comp.

CHESTER, Glouc., a griffin, passant.

CHESTERFIELD, Earl of (Stanhope), from battle- ments of tower, az., a demi-lion, issuant, or, ducally crowned, gu., between paws a gren- ade, fired, ppr. A Deo et rege.

CHESTERFIELD, Eng., on a chapeau, a grey- hound, statant, ppr.

CHESTERTON, a tiger's head, erased.

CHESTON, Suff., in dexter, gauntleted, in fess, ppr., a sword, ar., hilt and pommel, or, on blade a Saracen's head, couped. Ex merito.

CHETHAM, Eng., in the sea, a rock, ppr.

CHETHAM, Suff., a griffin, passant, regardant, ar., wings addorsed, or, charged with a crescent, gu. comp.

CHETITOR, Durh., a stag's head, erased, lozengy, ar. and az., dexter horn, ar., sinister, az.

CHETTLE, Eng., on a rock, a wyvern, wings addorsed, ppr. -

CHETUM, Lane., a demi-griffin, gu., charged with a cross potent, az. comp.

CHETWODE, Bart., Bucks., out of a ducal coro- net, or, a demi-lion, rampant, gu. Corona mca Christus.

CHETWODE, a sea-lion, sejant.

CHETWODE, LUDFORD-, Warw. : (i.) For Chet- wode, out of a ducal coronet, a demi-lion, rampant, gu. . (.) For Ludford, a boar's head, couped, erminois, in mouth a cross pattde, gu. see plate

CHETWYN, Eng., a human heart, pierced with a passion nail, ppr.

CHETWYND, Viscount (Chetwynd), Iri., a goat's head, erased, ar., armed, or. Probitas verus tionos. '

CHKTWYND, Lond. and Staffs., a goat's head,

CHI

erased, ar., armed, or. Quod Deus vuLtfiet.

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CHEUREUSE, an eagle, displayed, or, winged, ar.

CHEVALIER, Eng., a demi-chevalier, in armour, brandishing a scimitar.

CHEVERELL, and CHEVERILL, Eng., two dexter hands, conjoined, holding a sword, in pale, all ppr.

CHEVERS, Eng. ? an arm, in armour, embowed, couped at shoulder, part above elbow in fess, in hand, in pale, a close helmet, ppr.

CHEVERTON, Hants., out of a castle, triple- towered, a demi-lion, all ppr. Invicta labore.

- CHEVIL, Eng., an arm, in armour, embowed, in

hand a sword, all ppr.

CHEW, Lond. and Beds., a griffin, sejant, ar.,

guttee-de-sang, beaked, legged, and winged,

sa., dexter resting on a Catherine wheel, gu.

see plate CHEYN, and CHEYNE, Eng., in dexter hand an

escallop, ppr.

CHEYNE, Eng. and Sco., a cross pattee, or.

Patientia vincit.

CHEYNE of Esselmont, a cross pattee, fitched,

or. Patientia vincit.

CHEYNE of Straloch, a capuchin's cap. Fear

God.

CHEYNE, a buck's head, erased.

CHEYNE, Sco., a cross crosslet, fitched. CHEYNEY, Kent, Beds., and Berks., a bull's

scalp, or, attired, ar.

CHEYNEY, Cambs., a cap, or, turned up, az., on

each side a feather erect, ppr.

CHEYNEY, a wolf, passant, vert, ducally gorged

and lined, or. comp. and II

CHEYNEY, Bucks., a bear's head, erased, gu.,

chained, ar., ringed, or. comp.

CHEYTER, and CHEYTOR, Durh., a bull's head,

erased, attired. -

CHIBNALL, a wolf's head, ppr.

CHIBNALL, Beds, and Northamp., a dragon's

head, erased, sa., ducally gorged and lined,

or.

CHICHELEY, Cambs., a tiger, passant, ar. CHICHESTER of Hall, Devons., a heron, rising,

with eel in mouth, ppr. Ferme enfoy. CHICHESTER, Earl of (Pelham) : (i.) A pea- cock, in pride, ar. i. (.) A buckle,

ar. Vincet amor patrice.

CHICHESTER, Bart., Devons., a bittern, rising,

in beak an eel, ppr.

CHICHESTER, Devons. and Dors., a stork, wings

addorsed, ppr., in beak a snake, vert. CHICK, Suss., a demi-pegasus, rampant, sa.,

enfiled round body with a ducal coronet.

Non temere.

CHICKLEY, Eng., a demi-pegasus, rampant, sa.,

enfiled round body with a ducal coronet, or.

CHIEFLY, a lion's head, erased, or.

CHIENE, on a chapeau, two lions supporting a

garb, ppr.

CHIESLY, Sco., a rose, gu., stalked, vert. Fra-

grat post funera virtus.

CHIESLY, Sco., an eagle, displayed, ppr. Credo

et videbo. - T

CHILBORNE, Ess., a hawk's head, erased, az.,

in beak a ring, or, to which is attached an

etoile, gold. comp.

CHILCOTE, and CHILCOTT, Surr., out of a ducal

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coronet, a mount, thereon a stag, statant, gu. Spero.

CHILD, Lond. and Wore., on a rock, ppr., an eagle, rising, wings addorsed, ar., gorged with a ducal coronet, or, round neck a snake entwined, ppr. comp.

CHILD, Ess., a leopard's face, or, between two laurel-branches, ppr. Spes edit.

comp. and .

CHILD, on a mount, an eagle, rising, in mouth a snake, all ppr. comp.

CHILD, Hants, and Salop, an eagle, wings ex- panded, ar., round the neck a snake entwined, ppr. Imitare quam invidere.

CHILD, an eagle, wings expanded, erm., in beak a trefoil, slipped, vert. comp. IO

CHILD, Surr., an eagle, wings expanded, be- tween two ears of big wheat, in beak a ser- pent, entwined round neck, all ppr. Imi- tare quam invidere. comp.

CHILDERS, Yorks., an arm, in armour, erect, ppr., in hand a buckle, az.

CHILDERS, WALBANKE-, of Cantley, Yorks., in dexter hand a round buckle.

CHILDS, an eagle, wings expanded, in mouth a serpent coiled round body.

CHILMICK, Salop, a lion, sejant, gardant, or, supporting with dexter an escutcheon, vert.

see plate

CHILTON, a boar's head, couped at neck, or, in mouth two roses, one ar., the other gu., leaved and stalked, ppr. comp.

CHILTON, Kent, a griffin, passant, sa., bezante'e, or.

CHILWORTH, Devons. , a boar's head and neck, erased, sa., ducally gorged, or.

CHINEY, Eng., an arm, in armour, embowed, in gauntlet a sabre, ppr.

CHINN, Glouc., on a ducal coronet, or, a grey- hound, sejant, ar. comp. I and

CHINNERY, Bart., Iri., a falcon, rising from the top of a bezant, all ppr., collared, or. Nee temere, nee timide. see plate

CHIPCHASE, or CHIPEHASE, Eng., a demi-eagle, in dexter a laurel-branch, ppr.

CHIPMAN, Somers., a leopard, sejant, ar., mu- xally crowned, gu. comp.

CHIPNAN, Heref., a dexter and sinister arm shooting an arrow, ppr.

CHIPPENDALE, in lion's gamb, erect, ar., a fleur-de-lis, or. see plate

CHIPPENDALL, Lond., in lion's gamb, erased, a fleur-de-lis, or. Firmor ad falem.

CHIPPERPIELD, Lond., an eagle, displayed, gu. Spernit pericula virtus.

CHIRBROND, Eng., a winged heart, ppr.

CHIRNSIDK, Sco., a hawk, wings expanded, ppr.

CHISALME, Sco., a boar's head, erased, ppr.

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CHISELDINE, a talbot, couchant, ar., spotted, sa., eared and collared, gu., chained, or, end of chain in a bow-knot, gold. comp.

CHISENAL, and CHISENHALL, Lane., a griffin, segreant, gu.

CHISHOLM, Eng. and Sco., in dexter hand a sword, erect, ppr., on point a boar's head, couped, gu. Vi et arte. n

CHISHOLM, The, of Erchless Castle, Inverness, in dexter hand a dagger, erect, ppr., on point a boar's head, couped, gu. Ferosferio.

. ii

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CHISHOLME, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, a

dragon's head, wings addorsed.

CHISHOLME, Sco., a boar's head, erased. .

CHISHOLME, Sco., of Comer, in dexter hand a

dagger, in pale, ppr. Vi et virtute.

CHISWELL, Lond., a mermaid, ppr.

CHISWELL, Lond., a dove with olive-branch,

ppr., on a bezant. see plate

CHITTOCK, a demi-stag, ppr., attired, or.

CHITTOCK, Eng., an antelope, trippant, ppr.

CHITTY, Lond., a talbot's head, couped, or. CHITWOOD, Eng., on a mount, vert, a crow, sa.

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CHITWYNDE, a sword, in pale, ppr., on point a boar's head, erased.

CHIVERS, a comet star, tail towards sinister, ppr.

CHOARE, on top of a tower, ar., port, sa., a row of five feathers, or. see plate

CHOISEUL, Iri., a dexter and sinister hand supporting a two-edged sword, in pale, all ppr.

CHOKE, out of a ducal coronet, a demi-stork, ppr. see plate

CHOKE, Berks., a stork's head, ppr., beaked, gu.

CHOLMELEY, Bart., Line., a garb, or.

CHOLMELEY, and CHOLMONDLEY, Eng., a demi- griffin, segreant, sa., winged and beaked, or, in claws a helmet, ppr.

CHOLMELEY, a royal helmet, ar. (another, or).

CHOLMLEY of Whitby, Yorks., a demi-griffin, segreant, sa., beaked, or, in dexter a helmet, ar.

CHOLMELEY of Bransby Hall, Yorks., same crest.

CHOLMONDELEY, Marquess of, a demt-griffin, segreant, sa., beaked, winged, and mem- bered, or, between claws a helmet, ppr. , gar- nished, gold. Cassis tutissima virtus.

see plate

CHOLMONDELEY, Yorks., a garb, or.

CHOLMONLY, Lond., a helmet, ar., garnished,

or, charged with three torteaux, one and two.

comp.

CHOLWELL, a leopard's face, az.

CHOLWICH, and CHOLWICK, a lion's gamb, sa., supporting an ancient shield, or.

CHOLWICH, and CHOLWICK, a fox's head, couped, sa. .

CHOLWILL, or CHOLVILLE, Devons., a linnet, ppr.

CHOOKE, an ibex's head, erased, ar., gorged with a crown, gu., double-horned, or.

comp.

CHOPINGE, Lond., a tree, vert, fructed, or, stem, ar., gu., on sinister side of stem a woodpecker, ppr.

CHORLEY, Lane, and Staffs., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a hawk's head, erased, ar.

CHOUGH, a demi-lion, rampant, sa., collared, ar., in paws a halberd, in pale, or.

see plate

CHOWNE, Kent, in gauntlet, ar., a broad ar- row, sa., feathered, of the first, comp.

CHRIGHTON, or CRIGHTON, a dragon's head, vomiting fire, ppr.

CHRISOPE, an antelope, passant, ppr., collared and chained, or. comp.

CHR

CHRISOPE, Eng., a bear's head, muzzled.

CHRISTALL, Sco., a fir-tree, ppr. Per auyusta

ad augusta.

CHRISTIAN, Iri. , a lion, couchant, gardant, ppr.

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CHRISTIAN, a unicorn's head, erased, ar., maned and armed, or.

CHRISTIAN, Eng., a lion, sejant, gardant, on its hind legs, in dexter a cross, resting sini- ster on a pyramid, sa.

CHRISTIAN, the figure of Hope, ppr., robed, ar., leaning on an anchor, or. comp. IO

CHRISTIAN, a greyhound, current, ppr.

CHRISTIAN, out of a naval coronet, a unicorn's head. see plate

CHRISTIAN of Ewanrigg, Cumb., a unicorn's head, erased, ar., armed, and gorged with a collar, invecked, or. Solus per Christum.

CHRISTIE, a cross Calvary, on three grieces, gu. Sit vita nomini congrua.

CHRISTIE of Craigton, a holly-branch, withered, with leaves sprouting anew, ppr. Sic viresco.

CHRISTIE, Iri., out of an earl's coronet, a moor's head, from shoulders, ppr. .

CHRISTIE, a holly-slip, leaved and* fructed, ppr.

CHRISTIE of Durie, Fife, in dexter hand a mis- sive letter, ppr. Pro rege.

CHRISTIE, a laurel-branch, ppr. -

CHRISTIE, Sco., a holly-bush, ppr. S-ic viresco.

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CHRISTIE, a phoenix in flames, ppr.

CHRISTMAS, an arm, embowed, ppr., vested, or, covered with leaves, vert, supporting a staff, couped and raguly, ar. comp.

CHRISTMAS, an arm, ppr., charged with two bars, or and gu., holding a double branch of roses, flowered, gold, leaved, vert.

CHRISTOPHER, Norf., a unicorn's head, erased, ar.

CHRISTOPHER, Lond., two arms, embowed, vested, az., hands, ppr., supporting an an- chor, sa., cable, ar.

CHRISTOPHER, Eng., a stag's head, cabossed, ppr.

CHRISTOPHERSON, Suss., a demi-eagle, regard- ant, in dexter a sword, ppr. Ardenter pro- scquor alls. comp.

CHRYSTIE, in lion's paw, erased, a dagger, ppr.

CHUBBE, a demi-lion, az., holding a bezant.

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CHUDLEIGH, a savage, ppr., wreathed about loins and temples, vert, in dexter a club, spiked, or. I. IO

CHUDLEIGH, a savage, ppr., in profile, in dexter a spiked club, or, a bugle-horn hung over left shoulder, wreathed about loins and tem- ples, vert.

CHUN, a boar, passant, regardant, pierced in shoulder by an arrow, end in mouth, all ppr.

see plate

CHURCH, Ess., an arm, in armour, ppr., gar- nished, or, in hand a baton, gold.

CHURCH, in hand a sword, erect, between two branches of laurel, entwined round blade, all ppr. Virtute. comp.

CHURCH, Iri., a talbot, collared, ppr.

CHURCH, Eng., a cloud, ppr.

CLA

CHURCH, a greyhound's head, erased, sa., col- lared, or, charged with eight bezants, ar.

see plate

CHURCHAR, Suss., a tiger, passant, ar., maned and tufted, or.

CHURCHE, Ess., a demi-greyhound, sa., collared, or, charged with three lozenges, gy., holding a trefoil, of the second. comp. .

CHURCHE, Salop, a greyhound's head, erm. , collared and ringed, or.

CHURCHEY, Wei., a greyhound's head, erased, sa., collared, or. IO

CHURCHILL, Baron (Spencer), out of a ducal coronet, or, a griffin's head, between wings, expanded, ar., gorged with a bar-gemelle, gu., armed, of the first. Dieu defend le droit. comp.

CHURCHILL, Eng., a savage's head, affronted, ducally crowned, ppr.

CHURCHILL, Duke of Marlborough. See MARL- BOROUGH.

CHURCHILL, Surr., out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-lion, rampant, ar. Dieu defend le droit.

CHURCHILL, a lion, couchant, gardant, ar., holding a banner, of the last, charged with a hand, erect, gu. comp.

CHURCHILL, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi- lion, rampant, ar.

CHURCHMAN, Lond., on a garb, in fess, or, a cock, ar. IO

CHURCHMAN, Salop, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-lion, rampant, ar.

CHURCHYARD, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a baton, and thereon suspended a laurel crown, ppr.

CHURSTON, Lord. See BULLER.

CHUTE, Hants, and Kent, in gauntlet, ppr., a broken sword, ar., hilt and pommel, or.

comp.

CHUTER, in dexter hand a spur.

CHUTZ, an arm, in armour, in gauntlet a broken sword, all ppr. comp.

CHYNER, an antelope's head, erased, erm.

CIDDEROWE, out of a tower, ar., a demi-lion, rampant, sa.

CIELY, Cornw., a tiger, sejant, ar.

CINSALLAGH, Iri., a lion's head, erased, ppr.

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CIPRIANI, an eagle, displayed, sa., crowned, gu.

comp.

CLABROCK, Middx. and Kent, out of a ducal co- ronet, or, a demi-ostrich, ar., wings displayed, erm., in mouth a horse-shoe, sa. IO

CLACK, Eng, on a mount, a holy lamb and flag, ppr.

CLACK, Eng., an old man's head, couped at shoulder, vested, gu., wreathed, ar.

CLACK, Heref. and Berks., a demi-eagle, or, winged, erm.

CLAGETT, Lond., Kent, and Surr., an eagle's head, erased, erm., ducally crowned, or, be- tween wings, sa. see plate IO

CLAGSTONE, a falcon, rising, ppr.

CLAMOND, Cornw., a griffin, sejant, or.

CLANBRASIL, Baron. See RODEN, Earl of.

CLANCARTY, Earl of (Le Poer-Trench) : (i.) An arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a sword, all ppr. . (.) A lion, ram- pant, or, imperially crowned, in dexter a sword, ar., hilt and pommel, gold, in sinister a sheaf of arrows, of the last, see plate .

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(.) A stag's head, cabossed, ar., attired, or, between attires a crucifix. ConsiLio et pru- dentid. comp.

CLANCY, Iri., and CLANNT, Durh., in hand, gauntleted, a dagger, in pale, on point a wolf's head, couped, dropping blood, gu.

CLANDINEN, Iri., a demi-lion, holding a mullet of six points. see plate

CLANMORRIS, Baron (Bingham), Iri., on a rock, an eagle, rising, ppr. Spes mea Christus.

CLANRICARDE, Marquess of (De Burgh), a mountain-cat, sejant, gardant, ppr., collared and chained, or. Une roy, une foy, une loy.

comp.

CLANWILLIAM, Earl of, Iri. (Meade), an eagle, displayed, with two heads, sa., armed, or. Toujours pret.

CLAPCOTT, a buck's head, couped, sa., armed, or. ii

CLAPHAM, Eng., a lion, rampant, sa., collared, ar., holding a sword, of the last, hilted, or.

CLAPHAM, Sco., in dexter hand a helmet, ppr.

CLAPHAM of Burley Grange, Yorks., a lion, rampant. Post est occasio calva.

CLAPP, Eng., a pike, naiant, ppr.

CLAPPERTON, Sco., a talbot, passant, ar. Fides prcestantior auro.

CLAPTON, Hants., a dolphin, erect, head down- wards, comp.

CLARE, Earl of (Fitzgibbon), a boar, passant, gu., bristled, or, charged on body with three annulets, gold. Nil admirari. comp.

CLARE, Salop and Wore., a stag's head, cabossed, ppr.

CLARENDON, Earl of (Villiers), a lion, ram- pant, ar., ducally crowned, or. Fidei coticula crux.

CLAREUX, Yorks., a chatter, ppr., top of head, gu.

CLARGE, a ram's head, with two straight and two bent horns, or. comp.

CLARGES, out of a ducal coronet, a ram's head, armed with four horns, or. see plate

CLARIDGE, Ess., an eagle, regardant. Cum periculo lucrum.

CLARINA, Baron (Massey), Iri., out of a ducal coronet, or, a bull's head, gu., armed, sa. Pro libertate patrice.

CLARK, Dowlais House, Merthyr Tydvil, a lion, rampant, supporting a shield, gyronny of eight. Try and tryst.

CLARK, Bucks, and Beds., a goat, ar., against a tree, ppr.

CLARK, or CLARKE, Derbs., in a gem ring, or, set with a diamond, sa., a pheon, ar.

CLARK, Eng., a fox's head, gu.

CLARK, Eng. and Sco., a demi-huntsman, wind- ing a horn, ppr. Free for a blast.

CLARK, a falcon, rising.

CLARK, in hand a dagger, in bend sinister.

CLARK, a pheon, ppr.

CLARK, Iri., on a mural coronet, az., a stag, sejant, or.

CLARK, a demi-griffin, ducally gorged.

comp.

CLARK, a talbot's head, couped, or, collared, az., charged with a plate.

CLARK, a talbot's head, erased, or.

CLARK, Norf., an eagle's leg, gu., joined to a wing, or. comp.

CLARK, a lion, rampant, supporting an oval shield.

CLARK, Lond., a cross pattee, or, between eagle's wings, erect, az. Absit at glorier nisi in cruce.

CLARK, a griffin's head, erased.

CLARK, STEWART, Kilnside Ho., Paisley, an anchor, cabled, gu. Sure and steadfast.

CLARKE, Bart., Notts., an arm, couped near wrist, ppr., in hand a sword, in pale, ar., hilted, or.

CLARKE, Bart., Durh., out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-lion, az.

CLARKE, Suff., an elephant's head, quarterly, gu. and or. IO

CLARKE, Eng., a demi-lion, rampant, or.

CLARKE, Berks., a cross formee, or, between wings, az.

CLARKE, Lond. and Yorks., a demi-lion, ram- pant, or, holding a cross crosslet, fitched, az.

CLARKE, Lond. and Glouc., out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-lion, ppr.

CLARKE, Bart., Norf., on a mount, vert, a dove, wings elevated, or, in mouth an ear of wheat, ppr., dexter resting on an annulet, sa.

see plate

CLARKE, Bart., Iri., out of an Eastern crown, gu., a demi-dragon, wings elevated, or.

comp.

CLARKE, on stump of tree, a lark, wings ex- panded, ppr., in mouth two ears of wheat, or.

CLARKE, Line., a sinister wing, or. '.

CLARKE of Handsworth, Staffs., a wing, or.

CLARKE of Hyde Hall, Chesh. : (i.) A pheon, ppr. . (.) An eagle, wings ex- panded, sa., beaked and membered, or.

CLAEKE, out of a mural coronet, a demi-lion, rampant, holding a pennon, gu. I

CLARKE, out of a mural coronet, a demi-lion, rampant, in dexter a pennon, resting sinister on an escutcheon.

CLARKE, Heref., an escallop, quarterly, gu. and or. I

CLARKE of Arlington, Berks., a cross pattee, or, between eagles' wings, erect, az. Absit ut glorier nisi in cruce.

CLARKE, Surr., on a ducal coronet, or, a cross pattee, gold, between phoenix's wings, sa.

CLARKE, Suff., a conger-eel's head, erect and erased, gu., collared with a bar-gem elle, or.

CLARKE, Surr., a bear, sejant, ar., supporting a battle-axe, erect, az. see plate

CLARKE, Kent and Ess., a greyhound's head, couped, or, charged with a cinquefoil, az.

see plate

CLARKE, Kent, a xinicorn's head, erased, ar., crined and armed, or, gorged with a collar, gu., charged with three plates.

CLARKE, Suff., a nag's head, erased, sa. I

CLARKE, Kent, a fleur-de-lis.

CLARKE, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-bull, rampant. see plate

CLARKE, Iri., a sea-horse, vert.

CLARKE, Heref., a lion, rampant, vert, holding a pen, ar. comp.

CLARKE, an eagle, wings expanded, sa., beaked and membered, or.

CLARKE, Berks., out of a ducal coronet, a dragon's head. Prolegibustt reyibus.

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CLARKE, Durh. and Iri., a swan, ppr., dexter

on an ogress. see plate

CLARKE, a dove, wings expanded, in mouth an

ear of wheat, all ppr. comp. II and

CLARKSON, an arm, in armour, embowed, in

hand a couteau-sword, all ppr. Per ardua.

CLARKSON, Yorks., an arm, in armour, ppr., in fess, wreathed, ar. and sa., in hand a cou- teau-sword, erect, ar., garnished with a pen- non, flotant, gu. Ptr ardua. comp. CLASON, and CLASSON, Sco., a rose-branch, ppr.

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CLATER, Eng., in dexter hand a crescent. CLAUDE, Eng., a demi-unicorn, rampant, col- lared, ppr. CLAUS, Eng., on point of a sword, in pale, a cross pattee. i CLAVEDON, Eng., a pelican, vulning, ppr. CLAVEL, and CLAVELL, Eng., a human heart, in flames, ppr. CLAVER, Bucks., in lion's gamb, erect, or, a key, sa. I CLAVERING of Callaly Castle, Northumb., a man's head, affrontee, couped at shoulders, between wings, ppr. Ad ccelos volans.

comp.

CLAVERING, Bart., Durh., out of* a ducal coro- net, or, a demi-lion, az. CLAVERING, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi- lion, rampant, sa. CLAVERING, Northumb., a cherub's head, wings erect. Ad ccelos volans. CLAXSON, Glouc., on a mount, vert, a stag, lodged, az., attired and unguled, or, support- ing with dexter an escutcheon, gu., charged with a porcupine, ar. Sapere aude, incite.

see plate

CLAXTON, Eng., a hedgehog, ar.

CLAXTON, Durh., on a ducal coronet, or, a

hedgehog, ar.

CLAY, CLAYE, and CLEY, Derbs., two wings,

expanded, ar., semee of trefoils, slipped, sa.

CLAY, or CLAYE, Lond. and Salop, a lion's head, charged with an escallop, ar. see plate CLAYDAN, Eng., an arm, in armour, brandish- ing a sword, ppr. Probitatem quam divitias.

CLAYDON, a demi-lion, rampant, az., vulned on shoulder, gu., murally crowned, ar., in paws a cross flory, fitched, of the second.

see plate YFIELD, Eng., a moor's head, couped, sa.

CLAYHILLS, Sco., in hand an imperial crown, ppr. Corde et animo.

CLAYLEY, a greyhound's head, ar. , between two rose slips, flowered, gu., stalked and leaved, vert.

CLAYTON, Bart., Surr., in leopard's paw, erect, ar., a pellet. Virtus in actione consistit and Quid leone fortius ? . I

CLAYTON, Bart., Lane., a dexter arm, embowed, in hand a dagger, ppr. Probitatem quam divitias.

CLAYTON, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a sword, point downward, ppr. CLAYTON of Hedgerley Park, Bucks., a leo- pard's gamb, erased and erect, grasping a pellet. Virtus in actione consistit and Quid leone fortius ? . i

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CLAYTON of Enfield, a dove, with olive-branch,

all ppr. Quod sors, fert, ferimus. . CLAYTON, Lond., in a lion's gamb, ppr., a tor-

teau, sa. - I

CLAYTON, Norf., a unicorn, couchant, ar., under

dexter a bezant. CLEALAND, on a sinister gauntlet, in fess, a

falcon, all ppr.

CLEATHER, Cornw., a cubit arm, vambraced, in

hand, gauntleted, erect, a dagger. CLEATHER, a sand-glass, gu., winged, ar. CLEAVER, an arm, erect, vested, ar., in hand,

ppr., a chaplet of thorns, vert. CLEAVER, in lion's garnb, couped, or, a key,

sa. I

CLEAVLAND, Eng., a greyhound's head, sa.,

charged with three bezants, one and two, or.

CLEDEROW, Lond., out of a tower, ar., a demi- lion, sa. CLEEVE, a fox's head, erased, sa. I CLEEVE, Eng., in hand a buckle. CLEG, or CLEGG, Eng., out of a ducal coronet,

or, a demi-lion, rampant, imperially crowned,

all ppr. see plate

CLEG AT, an eagle's head, erm., ducally crowned

and beaked, or, between wings, sa.

comp. . CLEGHORN, Eng., an arm, erect, in hand a

pair of scales, equally poised, ppr. I CLEGHORN, in dexter hand, issuing from a

cloud in sinister, a laurel-branch, all ppr.

Insperata floruit. comp.

CLEGHORN, an arm, in armour, embowed,

throwing a dart, ppr. Sublime petimus.

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hand, couped and gloved, ppr., a falcon,

statant. For sport.

CLELAND, ROSE-, of Rath-Gael House, Iri. :

(i.) For Cleland, on a sinister glove, a hawk,

ppr. . (.) For Hose, a rose, gu.,

seeded and slipped, ppr., between wings,

erm. For sport and Je pense a qui pense

plus. CLELAND, Sco., a falcon, rising, ppr. Si je

pourois.

CLELAND, on a sinister hand, gloved, a falcon,

belled, ppr. Non sibi.

CLELAND, Eng., a moor's head, sa., wreathed,

ar.

CLELLAND,SCO., a rose, gu., leaved and stalked,

vert. Fragrat, delectat, et sanat.

CLELLAND, Sco., a buck, at gaze, ppr. Ne ca-

dem insidiis. .

CLEMENT, Norf., a lion, passant, ar. , guttee-de-

sang. I

CLEMENT, Iri., a cross moline, or.

CLEMENTS of Ashfield Lodge, co. Cavan, a

hawk, statant, ppr. Patriis virtutibus. CLEMENTS of Rathkenny, Iri., same crest. CLEMENTS, Baron. See LEITRIM, Earl of. CLEMENTS, Cavan, a fawn's head, erased, ppr.

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CLEMENTS, a falcon, close.

CLEMENTS, Eng., a leopard, gardant, ducally

gorged, or. .

CLEMENTS, Iri., out of a ducal coronet, or, in

lion's paw, sa., a cross crosslet, fitched, gold..

CLEMENTSON, an arm, from elbow, ppr., vested in hand a palm-branch, of the first.

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CLEMSBY, Eng., a tower, ppr.

CLENCH, or CLENCHE, Eng., a reindeer's head,

cabossed, ppr.

CLENCH, Suff., out of a Saxon crown, or, an

arm, erect, vested, gu., cuffed, ar., in hand,

ppr. , a club, vert, spiked, of the first. CLENDON, Eng., a stag's head, ppr., between

attires, a cross patte'e, ar.

CLENT, Wore., two lions' gambs, erect, sa.,

holding a chaplet, vert, flowered, or.

comp. CLEPAN, and CLEPHAN, Sco., in dexter hand a

helmet, ppr. Ut sim paratior.

CLEPOLE, Notts., a fleur-de-lis, ar., enfiled with

a ducal coronet, or.

CLERE, Norf., the sun, or, between wings, az.,

on each a crescent, of the first, comp. CLERE, Norf., out of a ducal coronet, or, a

plume of ostrich-feathers, ar.

CLERE, Norf., a camel's head, ducally gorged,

ppr., bridled, gu.

CLERK, Bart., of Penicuick, Sco., a demi-

huntsman, winding a horn, ppr. Free for a

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CLERK, Sco., an Esculapius' rod, ppr. Sat cito, si sat tuto.

CLERK, Norf., a demi-forester, ppr., on breast a star, ar. Amat victoria curam.

comp.

CLERK, around a spiked club, in pale, ppr., a serpent, coiled, vert.

CLERKE, Bart., Bucks., a 'ram's head, couped, ppr.

CLERKE, on a partridge, ppr., an eagle's leg, gu., winged at thigh, or. comp.

CLERKE, a pheon, ar. -

CLERKE, a swan, ppr. n

CLERKE, an eagle's head, erased, ar., in beak a branch of laurel, vert. see plate

CLERKE, Eng., an arm, in hand an arrow, ar., feathered, or.

CLERKE, Eng., a boar's head, gu., in mouth a sword, in bend, ppr.

CLERKE, out of a naval coronet, or, a moor's head, ppr. comp. and .

CLERKE, out of clouds, in hand, ar., a branch, vert.

CLERKE, JENNINGS, Salop and Hants., a wolf's head, erased. Ut prosim aliis.

CLERMONT, Baron Fortescue, an heraldic tiger, ppr., supporting with fore-paw a plain shield, ar. Forte scutum solus ducum.

CLERMONT, Eng., a savage, ppr., wreathed about head and middle with leaves, vert, standing on a serpent. II

CLERMONT, a pole-cat, ppr.

CLESBY, Yorks., a reindeer, passant, ppr.

CLESBY, Eng., an ensign, ppr., coat, gu., hold- ing a banner, of the last.

CLETHEROW,and CLYDEROWE, a Roman soldier, in armour, ppr., holding a spear.

CLEVE, a griffin, passant, wings addorsed, ducally gorged, or.

CLEVE, and CLIVE, Lond. and Salop, a wolf's head, dangette'e, ar. and sa.

CLEVELAND, Duke of (Vane): (i.) A dexter gauntlet, ppr., bossed and ringed, or, bran- dishing a sword, also ppr. . (.) On a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a lion, passant, gardant, or, gorged with a collar, compone'e, of the second and az., and crowned

with a five-leaved ducal coronet, of the last. Nee temere, nee timide. .

CLEVELAND, a demi-old man, ppr., vested, az., with cap, gu., turned up, with a hair front, in dexter a spear, headed, ar., on top thereof a line, ppr., passing behind him, and coiled up in sinister hand.

CLEVELAND, Eng., a demi-man, affrontee, ppr., in a military habit, gu., with belt and sash, holding the union flag, ppr.

CLEVELAND, Eng., a bishop's mitre, ppr.

CLEVES, two elephants' probosces, addorsed, sa.

CLEVLAND of Tapeley Park, in hand a sword, hilted and pommelled, or. Fortuna audaces juvat.

CLEYPOLE, out of a ducal coronet, or, a fleur- de-lis, ar.

CLIFDEN, Viscount, Iri. (Agar-Ellis), a demi- lion, rampant, or. Non hcec sine numine.

CLIFF, a lion, rampant, ar.

CLIFFE, a griffin, passant, wings addorsed, ar., ducally gorged, or.

CLIFFE of Bellevue, co. Wexford, a wolf's head, erased. In cruce glorior.

CLIFFE, Ess. and Devons., an archer, ppr., coat, vert, shooting an arrow, of the first.

CLIFFE, CLYFF, and CLYFFE, Eng., two lions' paws, in saltier, erased, each holding a seax, all ppr.

CLIFFORD of Frampton, Glouc., in hand, ppr., a fleur-de-lis, or. Dulcis amor patrice.

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CLIFFORD of Perristone, Heref., a griffin, segreant, sa. Semper paratus. i o

CLIFFORD of Annesley, Wexford, in hand, ppr., a fleur-de-lis. Dulcis amor patrice.

CLIFFORD, Baron (Clifford), out of a ducal coronet, or, a wyvern, rising, gu. Semper paratus.

CLIFFORD, Eng., same crest.

CLIFFORD, Glouc., in dexter hand, a fleur-de- lis. Dulcis amor patrice.

CLIFFORD, Iri., a dexter hand, apaumee, gu.

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CLIFFORD, a talbot's head, erased, gu., eared, or.

CLIFFORD, out of clouds, the sun rising, ppr., surmounted by a fleur-de-lis, ar. comp.

CLIFFORD, a tiger, passant, gardant, in dexter, head of a broken spear. see plate

CLIFTON, Bart., Notts., out of a ducal coronet, a demi-peacock, per pale, ar. and sa., wings expanded, counterchanged. Tenez le droit. comp.

CLIFTON, Lane, and Yorks. , an arm, in ar- mour, embo wed, ppr., garnished, or, in gaunt- let, a sword, ar. .

CLIFTON, an arm, in fess, vested, az., in hand, ppr., a hawk, ar.

CLIFTON of Clifton, a dexter arm in armour, embowed, in hand a sword, ppr. Mortem aut triumphum.

CLIFTON, Baron. See DARNLEY, Earl.

CLINCH, or CLYNCH, on a hand, couped, in fess, gauntleted, an eagle, rising, ppr.

CLINTON, Baron (Trefusis), a griffin, segreant, or, resting dexter on a shield, ar. Tout vient de Dieu. see plate

CLINTON, Lond., Herts., and Sco., out of a

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ducal coronet;, gu., five ostrich-feathers, ar., banded by a ribbon, az.

CLINTON, DE, "Eng., on a mount, a stag, feed- ing, ppr. -

CLINTON, Duke of Newcastle. See NEWCASTLE.

CLIPSHAM, Eng., a boar's head, couped, sa. Fortiter.

CLITHEROW, out of a tower, ar., a demi-lion, rampant, sa.

CLIVE of Whitfield, Heref., a griffin, passant, ar., ducally gorged, gu. Audacter et sincere.

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CLIVE, Lord Olive, Iri., same crest and motto. CLIVE, Eng., a horse's head, sa., between wings,

ar.

CLIVE, Baron. See Powis, Earl. CLIVE, Eng., a griffin, wings addorsed, ar.,

ducally gorged, or.

CLIVE, Eng., in hand a buckle, or.

CLIVE, a grif in, passant, wings addorsed, ar.,

ducally gorged, or. Credo, ama et regna.

CLIVE, a boar's head, erased at neck, sa., same motto.

CLOAKE, Eng., out of a plume of ostrich feathers, an eagle, rising, all ppr.

CLOBERY, Devons., a goat's head, erased, sa., attired, or.

CLOCK, or CLOKE, Eng. , a demi-bear, rampant, sa.

CLODK, a demi-lion, holding a lozenge, pierced, ar. comp. II

CLOGSTON, an eagle, wings expanded.

CLONBROCK, Baron (Dillon), Iri., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a falcon, rising, ppr., belled, or. Auxilium ab alto, see plate $

CLONCURRY, Baron (Browne-Lawless), a demi- man, in armour, in hand an arrow, all ppr. Virtute et numine. comp.

CLONMEL, Earl of (Scott), Iri., a buck, trip- pant, ppr. Fear to transgress.

CLOPTON, Suff., a wolf's head.

CLOPTON, Durh. , on a tun, a falcon.

CLOSE of Drumbanagher, Armagh, a demi- lion, ver ;, holding a battle-axe, or, headed, ar. For As etfidelis. n

CLOSE, or CLOSS, Eng., a boar, sa., among weeds, vert.

CLOTWORTHY, Devons., a stag's head, erased, sa., attired, and charged on neck with two mullets, in pale, ar., pierced by an arrow, or, feathered and headed, of the second, vulned, gu. see plate

CLOTWORTHY, Iri., a boar, passant, or. n

CLOUGH, Yorks., a demi-lion, rampant, erm., holding a battle-axe, sa., handle, ar.

CLOUGH of Plas Clough, Denbighs., a demi- lion, rampant, az., in dexter, a sword, ar., handled, or. Sine macula macla.

CLOUGH, BUTLER-, Wei., an arm, embowed, vested, az. , ruffle of point lace, ar., in hand, ppr., a cup, or.

CLOUGH, LLOYD-, Wei. : (i.) For Clough, a demi-lion, rampant, az., in dexter a sword, erect, ar., hilt and pommel, or. . (.) For Lloyd, a hart, passant, ar., attired, or, in mouth a snake, vert. see plate

CLOUN, and CLUN, Eng., a chevalier, in armour, ppr., in dexter a marshal's* baton, ar., tipped, sa. ii

CLOUN, and CLUNE, Eng., a wolf, collared and lined, in dexter a trefoil, all ppr. see plate

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CLOVE, a camel's head, couped, or.

CLOVEL, or CLOVELL, Eng., a bull, passant, gu.

CLOWBERRY, a goat's head, erased, ar., attired,

or.

CLOWES, Lond. and Warw., a demi-lion, vert,

ducally crowned, or, holding a battle-axe, of

the last, headed, ar. see plate

CLOWN, a chevalier, in armour, ppr., in dexter

a tilting-spear with pennon, unfolded. CLUBB, a demi-unicorn.

CLUD, and CLUDDE, a bull's head, per cheveron,

gu. and erm. .

CLUDDE of Orleton, Salop, an eagle, wings ex- panded, ppr., preying on a cony, ar. CLULOW, Yorks., on a garb, in fess, a lion,

passant, gardant.

CLUNES, Sco., a demi-lion, rampant, ducally

gorged, ppr.

CLUNES, Sco., a demi -leopard, rampant, ducally

gorged, ppr.

CLUNIE, Sco., a sand-glass, winged. CLUNIE, Sco., a tree, ppr.

CLUTTERBUCK, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, in

hand a rose, slipped and leaved, ppr. I CLUTTERBUCK, Lond., Middx., and Wilts., a

buck, sejant, gu., between two laurel- branches, ppr. comp. So. and GLUTTON, Heref., on a mount, vert, on stump

of tree, an owl, all ppr. see plate

CLUTTON of Charlton Hall, Chester, a cock, or.

CLYNCH, Eng., a camel's head, per fess, or and

az.

CLYNCKE, Eng., a lion's head, royally crowned,

ppr.

CLYPLESBY, and CLYPSBY, a bull, passant, sa.,

bezantee, ar. -

COACH, a stag, sejant, gu., attired, or, between

two laurel-branches, vert.

comp. So. and COACHMAN, Lond., a demi-lion, rampant, sa.,

crusily, between paws a cinquefoil, ar.

see plate COAKLEY, a lion, passant, or, in dexter an

eagle's leg, erased, gu. see plate

COANE, Sco., a lily, ppr. -

COAPE, in dexter hand, a sword, erect, ppr.

COATES, or COATS, Eng., a swan's head, be- tween wings, ar. i

COATS, or COTES, Yorks. and Salop, a cock, ppr., combed, wattled, and legged, gu.

COATS, or COTES, an arm, erect, vested, cuffed, ar., in hand a covered cup, or.

COATS, or COTES, Sco., an anchor, ppr. Be firm. ii

COATS, or COTES, Iri., two lions' paws, erased, supporting a crescent. ii.

COATS, or COTES, Iri., a cock, ppr. Watchful and bold.

COATS, Sir PETER, J.P., Woodside, Paisley, an anchor, cabled, ppr. Be firm.

COATS, THOMAS, Ferguslie, Paisley, same crest and motto.

COBB, Eng., an elephant, or.

COBB, Kent, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi- leopard, rampant, ppr. see plate

COBB, Norf., a swan's head, or, in beak a fish.

see plate

COBB, a shoveller, sa., beaked and legged, or.

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COB





COBB, and COBBE, Iri., in dexter hand a scimi- tar, ppr. i -

COBBEN, COBBIN, COBBYN, COBENN, and COBYN,

oil a garb, in fess, a lion, passant, gardant.

COBBES, a shoveller, sa.

COBBETT, Middx., a bird, rising, or, pellettee,

in beak a sprig of laurel, ppr. COBBOLD, Eng., a thunderbolt, ppr. I COBHAM, Kent, an old man's head, in profile, S couped at shoulders, ppr., with long cap, gu.,

turned up, ar., fretty and sa., a button at

top, or. see plate

COBHAM, a man's head, in profile, helmeted,

ppr.

COBHAM, Eng., in dexter hand a dagger, point

downward, ppr. II

COBHAM, a hind's head, ar., crowned with a

palisado crown, or. see plate

COBHAM, Herts., a demi-lion, rampant, or.

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COBLEGH, COBLEIGH, and CoBLET, an arm, in armour, embowed, in fess, in hand a sceptre, all ppr.

COBLEGH, or COBLEIGH, a cock's head, erased, gu., combed, wattled, and guttee, or, in beak a laurel-branch, ar. comp.

COBURN, a demi-dragon, wings addorsed, be- tween claws an escutcheon, charged with a roundle. see plate

COBURN, Sco., a cock, ppr.

COCHER, a lion, couchant, erm.

COCHET, Eng., a talbot, passant, sa., spotted, ar.

COCHRANE, Earl of Dundonald. See DUN- DONALD.

COCHRANE, or COCHRAN, Sco., a horse, passant, ar.

COCHRANE, or COCHRAN, a hand, issuing from a cloud, raising a garb.

COCHRANE, or COCHRAN, Sco., in dexter hand a human heart, ppr. Concordia vincit.

COCHRANE, or COCHRAN, Sco., a stag at gaze, ppr., attired, gu. Vigilante solus. Si. IO

COCHRANE, or COCHRAN, Sco., a greyhound, current, ar. Virtute et labore.

COCK, Norf., an ostrich, gu., ducally gorged, in mouth a horse-shoe, or.

COCK, on stump of tree, ppr., a cock, gu.

COCK, or COCKS, Eng., a chevalier on horse- back, brandishing a sword, all ppr.

COCK, Northumb. and Sco., a cock, ppr.

COCK, Herts., an ostrich, in mouth a horse- shoe, ppr. .

COCKAIN, COKAINE, and COKATNE, a cock's head, erased, gu., crested and jelloped, sa. Virtus in arduis.

COCKAYN, or COCKAYNE, a cock's head, gu.

COCKBURN, Surr., a horse's head, ar., bridled, gu. Quo duxeris adsum.

COCKBURN, Bart., Berwick, Sco., a cock crow- ing. Accendit cantu.

COCKBURN, Sco., a dexter arm, in hand a broken spear, in bend, ppr. Press through.

COCKBURN, Bart., of that Ilk Sco., a cock crowing. Accendit cantu and Vigilans et audax.

COCKBURN, Eng., a cock, ppr.

COCKBURN, Sco., a cock's head, ppr. / rise with the morning.

COCKBURN, Eng., on a rock, ppr., a leopard, sejant. comp.

COD

COCKBURN, or COCKBURNE, Sc t o., a cock, gu.

In dubiis constans.

COCKE, Eng., in dexter hand, coiuped, a dagger,

in pale, all ppr. ^ .

COCKE, Sco., in lion's paw, a sceptre, in pale,

all ppr. -

COCKE, a bear's head, ar., crown ed, or.

see plate COCKEINE, Kent, on a mural Coronet, ar., a

cock, of the same, beaked, barbed, and mem-

bered, gu. see plate

COCKELL, on a mural coronet, or, a cock, gu.,

semee of roundles, resting clexter on an

escallop, in beak a sprig of laurel, ppr. COCKER, Line., a lion, couchant, 'gardant, erm.

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COCKERELL, Glouc., within a crescent, az., a

tiger's face, ppr., crowned with an Eastern

crown.

COCKERELL, between wings, a lion's head, ppr.

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COCKERITH, Eng., a fire beacon, ppr. COCKES, in hand, a lion's paw, era.sed, ppr.

COCKET, a man's head, in profile, couped at

shoulders, ppr., vested, vert, collar, or, on

head a cap, bendy, wavy, of the last, and

az., turned up, indented, sa. comp. COCKETT, Eng., a poplar-tree, ppr. ' . COCKPIELD, Eng., an eagle, wings addorsed,

preying on a tortoise.

COCKFIELD, or COKEFIELD, on stump of tree,

an eagle, wings addorsed, ppr.

COCKLE, Eng., a talbot, passant, gu., collared,

ar.

COCKMAN, a demi-eagle, displayed, sa. COCKRAM, out of clouds, an arm, in hand an

anchor, erect, fluke upward, ppr.

co np.

COCKRELL, Eng., a leopard's face, ppr. COCKRIDGE, a cock, ppr.

COCKRIDGE, a cock, crowing ppr.

COCKS, a hind's head erased, collared.

see plate COCKS, Glouc. and Suff., on a moijnt, vert, a

stag, lodged, ar., attired, sa.

COCKS, a cock, ppr.

COCKS, Wore., a buck, couchant, ppr. COCKS-SOMERS, Earl Somers. See SOMERS. COCKSEDGE, a cock, gu., in beak a violet, ppr. COCKSEY, a tiger's head, couped, sa., charged

on neck with a cinquef oil, between two bars,

or. comp.

COCKSEY, Eng., a bishop's mitre, ppr. COCKSEY, on a garb, in fess, a cock, ppr. COCKSHUTT, Lane, and Salop, a demi-griffin,

sa.

COCKSHUTT, Herts., a demi-griffin, ar., collared,

gu. , guttee, of the first. COCKWORTHY, and COOKWORTHY, a cock, gu.

CODD, Norf., a heron's head, erased, ppr. . CODD, or CODDE, Eng. and Iri., a hawk's leg,

erased, belled, ppr.

CODD, a physician's cap, sa., tufted, or. CODD, or CODDE, Eng., a square fort, with

four towers, ppr.

CODD, a lion, rampant, gorged with a mural

coronet, and charged with two torteaux.

see plate CODD, or CODDE, Iri., a lion's head, erased, in

mouth a hand, ppr.

COD







CODDINGTON, and CODINTON, Eng., on a cha- peau, an eagle, wings expanded and in- verted, all ppr.

CODDINGTON, Iri., in hand a sword, ppr.

CODDINGTON of Oldbridge, Iri., a wolf's head, erased, or. Nil desperandum.

CODENHAM, a lion's head, erased, or, langued, az., charged on neck with three trefoils, slipped, vert. see plate

CODRINGTON, Bart., Glouc., a dragon's head, couped, gu., between wings, chequy, or and az.

CODRINGTON, out of a ducal coronet, or. a dra- gon's head, gu., between wings, chequy, or and az. comp.

CODRINGTON, Glouc., Somers., and Wilts., out of a ducal coronet, or, a dragon's head, couped, gu., between wings. comp.

CODRINGTON of Wroughton, Wilts., out of a ducal coronet, a dragon's head, gu., between wings. Jmmersabilis est vera virtus.

comp. go.

COE, two swords in saltier, ppr., surmounted by a cross crosslet, fitched, sa.

COE, Eng., a martlet, sa. Prcesto et persto.

COE, Norf,, an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., in hand a chaplet, vert.

COE, Eng., a crane, supporting with dexter an anchor, ppr. II

COE, a demi-eagle, with two heads, displayed.

see plate

COFFIELD, Eng., on a cross fleury, fitched, gu., between wings, or, a crescent, gold.

comp.

COFFIN, a camel's head, erased, or, bridled, lined, ringed, and gorged with a ducal coro- net, sa. In tempestate floresco.

COFFIN, Bart., on stern of a ship, a pigeon, wings addorsed, or, in beak a laurel-sprig, vert. Extant recte factis prceftiia.

see plates and

COFFIN, Eng., a long cross, sa.

COFFIN-PINE of Portledge, Devons.: (i.) A martlet, az., charged on breast with two bezants, see plate . (.) A pine-tree, ppr. In lempestate floresco.

COFFYN, a martlet, or, between two cinque- foils, ar., stalked and leaved, ppr. see plate

COGAN, or COGGAN, a talbot, passant, collared and lined. Constans fidei.

COGAN, a lion's head, erased, gu., seme'e of mullets, or. see plate

COGAN, Iri., a pine-tree, ppr.

COGGER, Eng., an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a club, ppr.

COGGESHALL, Suff., a stag, lodged, sa., attired, or.

COGHILL, Eng., a cock, wings addorsed, erin.

COGHILL, Eng., a cock, sa., wings expanded, or. see plate

COGHILL, Bart., Yorks., on a mount, vert, a cock, wings expanded, or, ducally crowned, gu. Non dormit qui custodit. see plate

COGHLAN, or COGHLEN, Eng., a fret, or. .

COGSWELL, York Terrace, Regent's Park, London, a stag, lodged, ppr. Nee sperno, nee timeo.

COHAM, Devons., out of a ducal coronet, a plume of straight ostrich-feathers. Fuimus, et sub Deo erimus.

COL

COHEN, Eng., a bear's head, couped, sa^

muzzled, gu.

COIN, Eng., two wings expanded.

COKE, Eng., in dexter hand, couped, a dagger,

in pale, ppr.

COKE, Eng., the sun, ppr.

COKE, Earl of Leicester. See LEICESTER. COKE of Brookhill Hall, Derbs., the sun in

splendour, or. Non aliunde pendere. COKE of Lower Moor House, Heref., same

crest and motto. COKE, Norf., on a chapeau, az., ail ostrich, ppr.,

in mouth a horse-shoe, or. see plate

COKENINGHAM, Yorks., a goat's head, erased,

ar.

COKER, Dors., a moor's head, affrontee, ppr.,

wreathed, ar. and gu.

COKER, Dors., a moor's head, in profile, sa.,

wreathed, ar. and gu. I I *

COKER of Bicester, Oxon., a moor's head, in

profile, wreathed, ar. and gu. fiat justitia.

'Si-

COCKERELL, Eng., the lictor's rod and axe, ppr.

COKFELD, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, a lion's paw.

COLAMORE, Warw., a moor's head, couped, sa., wreathed, ar. and gu. Semper eadem.

COLBATCH, Middx., a dexter arm, embowed, cuffed, erm., in hand a pine-apple, ppr.

comp. and .

COLBECK, Beds., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a lion's head, erased, or, pellettee.

COLBORNE, Baron (Ridley-Colbourne) : (I.) For Colborne, a stag's head, couped, ppr., gorged with a ducal coronet, pendent there- from a bugle, stringed, gu. see plate . (.) Eor Ridley, a bull, passant, gu. Constans fidei.

COLBORNE, Somers., out of a ducal coronet, or, a reindeer's head, ar., attired, or.

COLBRAN, Kent, a stag's head, erased, or. Quod sors fert f erimus.

COLBRAND, Suss., a tiger, sejant, ar., maned, or.

COLBROKE, COLEBROOK, and CoLEBROCK, a spear, in pale, ppr. I

COLBURN, out of a ducal coronet, an antelope's head, erased. see plate

COLBY, an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., garnished, or, in gauntlet a dagger, ppr., hilt and pommel, or.

COLBY, an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., gar- nished, or, in gauntlet a scimitar, all ppr.

COLBY, or COLEBY, Eng., an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., garnished, or, in gauntlet a broken sword, ar., hilt and pommel, gu., embrued, ppr.

COLBY, a dexter arm, embowed, ppr., vested, az., in hand a dagger, of the first, hilt and pommel, or.

COLCHESTER, Baron (Abbot), out of a ducal coronet, or, a unicorn's head, erm., maned and tufted, gold, between ostrich-feathers, ar., quilted, of the first. Perseverando.

COLCHESTER, Lond. and Warw., a demi-lion, ppr., holding an etoile, gu. see plate

COLCLEUGH, Eng., a lion, passant, gardant, or, collared, gu., holding an anchor, sa.

COLCLOUGH, or COLCLOUGHE, a hind's head, ppr., vulned, gu.

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COL

COLCLOUGH, Staff., a demi-eagle, displayed, sa., ducally gorged, or. see plate

COLDE, and COLFE. in flames of fire, ppr., a ram, ar., attired, or. comp.

COLDHAM, Suss., a dragon's head, gu., pierced with a spear, or, headed, ar.

COLDHAM, Norf., a griffin's head, erased, gu., transfixed with an arrow, ar. see plate

COLDICOTT, in dexter hand, ppr., a billet, gu. Sum quod sum. -

COLDSTREAM, Sco., a swan, swimming, wings addorsed.

COLE, Lond., a bull's head, erased. Labora.

COLE, a bull's head, erased.

COLE, a bull, current, winged.

COLE of Holybourne, Hants., a naked arm, in hand a scorpion, ppr., armed, or. Deumcole, regem, serva or Esto quod esse videris.

. II

COLE, Northumb., an arm, erect, ppr., in hand a scorpion, sa. II

COLE, Earl of Enniskillen. See ENNISKILLEN.

COLE, Lond., a bull's head, couped, sa.

COLE, out of a ducal coronet, or, a bull's head, gu., armed, of the first.

COLE, Oxon., a bundle of arrows, ar., belted and buckled, or.

COLE, Herts., a demi- dragon, az., winged, or, holding a chaplet, vert. comp.

COLE, Hants., a falcon, wings expanded, ar., guttle, sa., preying on a fish, or. seeplate

COLE, Somers., an eagle, displayed, ar.

COLE, Somers., an eagle, ducally gorged, or.

comp.

COLE, Cornw., a demt-dragon, holding an arrow, or, headed and feathered, ar.

comp. II

COLE, Ess., a leopard's head, erased, ar., col- lared and chained, or, in mouth an oak slip, vert. seeplate

COLEBROOKE, Bart., Surr., a wyvern, wings ex- panded, or, resting dexter on an escutcheon, gu. Sola, bona quce honesta. see plate

COLEGRAVE, on a mural coronet, two arrows, in saltier, banded.

COLEMAN, Lond. and Leic., a nag's head, erased, sa., maned and bridled, ar., tasselled, or.

see plate

COLEMAN, a horse's head, erased, ppr. I

COLEMAN, a demi-greyhound, sa., collared, ar., holding a mullet, of the first. comp. .

COLEMAN, out of a ducal coronet, a greyhound's head, ppr.

COLEMERE, and COLMORE, Eng., a harpy, wings expanded, ppr.

COLEMERE, COLLMORE, and COLLTMORE, a moor's head, in profile, ppr., wreathed, or and gu.

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COLEN, a sword and pastoral staff, in saltier. COLEPEPER, Eng., a falcon, belled, ppr. COLERIDGE, Eng., a griffin's head, ppr., between wings, or.

COLES, Eng., on a tower, a lion, rampant, ppr.

COLES, Iri., a horse, trotting, ar., saddled and bridled, sa.

COLES, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi- dragon, vert, in dexter a dart, ppr.

comp. II

COLES, Eng., in hand a sword, in pale, enfiled with a boar's head, couped, ppr. comp.

COLES, around a marble pillar, ppr., garnished, or, a snake entwined, vert. comp. I

COLES, an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., in hand a serpent, entwined round arm, vert. comp. H

COLET, Eng., in hand a battle-axe, ppr.

COLEY, a dexter arm, in armour, ppr., in hand a scimitar, ar., hilt and pommel, or. .

COLFOX, out of a ducal coronet, or, a deini- wolf, gu., devouring a hand, ar.

COLFOX, Eng., out of a tower, ppr., a demi- greyhound, az., holding a branch, vert.

COLGATE, WILLIAM, Leicestershire, Eng., and New York, U.S.A., a demi -wolf, gu f , in dexter paw a sword, ppr. Omne, bonum desuper (as borne by Rev. H. COLLGATE, Wis- consin, U.S.A.) . i

COLING, a demi-griffin. segreant, ppr., between paws a fusil, gu., charged with a crescent, ar.

COLLADON, Eng., out of the sea, a dexter arm, ppr., in hand an anchor, with cable.

COLLAND, a fish-wheel, or.

COLLAR, a tiger's head, erased, or.

COLLARD, Ess., a demi-lion, rampant, support- ing a cross-bow, or.

COLLARD, Devons., a demi-lion, rampant, hold- ing a scaling ladder, or. see plate

COLLAY, Chesh., Herts., Warw., an elephant's head, gu. , between wings, sa. see //late

COLLE, Northumb., in dexter hand a scorpion, ppr. II

COLLEE, a griffin, segreant, ar., armed and beaked, or.

COLLEN, or COLLIN, Ess., a griffin's head, erased, vert, collared, or. see plate

COLLEN, or COLLIN, a demi-griffin, or, collared, ar. see plate

COLLENS, or COLLINS, Dors. , a dove, ar. Volabo ut requiescam. II

CQLLES, Somers., on a mount, vert, an eagle, displayed, ar., ducally gorged and membered, or. see plate

COLLES, a griffin's head, couped, or, between two oak-branches, vert, fructed, of the first.

see plate

COLLES, Iri., out of a cloud, in dexter hand a sword, wavy, all ppr.

COLLES, on a dolphin, lying on its back, a sea- pie, standing, wings expanded, or, guttee, sa.

see plate

COLLES, Devons., a falcon, wings expanded, ppr., guttee, or, preying on a fish, of the first.

COLLET, Lond. and Suff., a hind, trippant, ar.

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COLLETON, Bart., Herts., a stag's head, couped, ppr.

COLLETON, Devons., a roebuck's head, couped, ppr., collared, ar. II

COLLETT, Suff., a hind's head, erased at neck, ar., gorged with a mural crown, sa.

COLLETT, Lond. and Herts., a stag, ppr., sup- porting with dexter an escutcheon, sa.

COLLEY, a griffin, segreant, ar., beaked and legged, or.

COLLEY, Iri., in sinister hand a bow, ppr.

COLLEY, an arm, erect, in hand a spear, in

bend, ppr. Unica virtus necessaiia.

COLLIAR, or COLLY AR, Staffs., a demi-negro,

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COL

ppr., with pearls in ears, ar., in dexter an acorn-branch, fructed, or. comp.

COLLICK, a lion, passant, in dexter a cross crosslet, fitched. see plate

COLLIER, out of a naval coronet, or, on the circle the words "St. Sebastian," a cross pattee, fitched, or, between wings, pean.

COLLIER, a cross pattee, fitched, between wings, or. comp.

COLLIER, a unicorn, rampant, ar., armed, or.

COLLIER, Dors., a wyvern, wings addorsed, ar.

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COLLIER, a unicorn's head, ar., erased and armed, or. O>

COLLIMORE, Lond., a demi - man, in profile, vested, gu., collar turned over, and billette"e, ar., on head a cap, gu., wreathed and en- signed with a crescent, of the second, in dexter a sceptre, or, on top a crescent, ar.

COLLIN, Eng., a griffin, passant, gu.

COLLIN, Notts., a talbot's head, erased, eared, and charged on neck with a cross formee, gu. comp. .

COLLIN, on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a griffin, passant, per pale, sa. ai^i gu.

COLLINGBORNE, Northumb., on a torteau, a cross pattee.

COLLINGBORNE, Devons. and Wilts., a demi- woman, ppr., hair dishevelled, or, vested, erm., sleeves, gu., in dexter a covered cup, or. comp.

COLLINGS, Eng., a sphere, ppr. I

COLLINGWOOD, Norf M a buck's head, ar., at- tired, or.

COLLING WOOD, Northumb., a buck's head, erased, sa. Feror unus et idem.

COLLING WOOD, Northumb., a stag at gaze, in a holly- bush, ppr. Nil cor.scire sibi. .

COLLINGWOOD, Durh. and Northumb., in front of trees, a stag, statant, ppr.

COLLINGWOOD, a dove, in mouth an olive- branch. .

COLLINRIDGE, a demi-lion, rampant.

COLLINS of Better-ton, Berks., a griffin's head, erased, vert, crowned, or. Per callem collem.

COLLINS of Truthan, Cornw., a dove, wings expanded, ppr. Volabo ut requiescam.

COLLINS, Devons., a camel's head, erased, ppr. Sermoni consona facta. comp.

COLLINS, a demi-griffin, or, armed, gu.

COLLINS, Kent, a demi-griffin, or, beaked, legged, and ducally gorged, ar.

COLLINS, Oxon., a griffin's head, couped. Si je puis.

COLLINS, Suss., a griffin's head, erased, gu. Labor omnia vincit.

COLLINS, Iri., a human heart, transpierced by a passion nail, in pale, ppr. .

COLLINS, a griffin's head, couped.

COLLINS, Somers. , a demi-griffin, or, collared, ar. Deum et regem. comp.

COLLINS, Devons., a cubit-arm, erect, in hand a lighted torch, ppr.

COLLINS, Ess., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, or, a griffin, statant, per pale, ar. and gu.

. II

COLLINS, Lond., Kent, and Suss., a demi-griffin, or, beaked and legged, gu., collared, erm.

comp. .

COLLINSON, Eng., a rose, gu., between two

branches of laurel, in orle, ppr.

COLLIRAY, Eng., a martlet, flying over a tower,

ppr. I

COLLIS, Iri., a dexter arm, throwing a dart,

ppr.

COLLIS, Eng., an eagle, preying on a fish, ppr.

Mens conscia recti.

COLLISON, East Bilney, Norf., a demi-lion,

rampant, ppr., b'etween paws a cinquefoil,

or, centre leaf, gu. see plate

COLLISON, Eng., a bomb-shell, fired, ppr. COLLISON, and COLLISONE, Sco., a falcon's head,

erased, ppr. Hoc virtutis opus.

COLLIVER, Eng., in hand a club, ppr. COLLIVER, Eng., a dexter hand, couped, in fess,

gu.

COLLMORE, a negro's head and shoulders,

couped, wreathed round head.

COLLOW, Sco., in hand a dagger, in pale, ppr.

Pro patrid semper.

COLLS, Eng., on a ducal coronet, a griffin,

sejant, wings addorsed, ppr., supporting an

escutcheon, ar.

COLLUMBEL, Line., on a chapeau, gu., turned

up, erm., a dove, close, ppr., in mouth an ear

of wheat, or. see plate

COLLVILE, Sco., a bull's head, couped. Nil

obliviscar.

COLLVILE, Iri., a hind's head, ar., charged

with a cross forme'e, sa. see plate

COLLWELL, Camb., on a chapeau, gu., turned

up, erm., a lion, passant, ar., gorged with a

label of three points, gu. see plate

COLLYEAR, in dexter hand, ppr., a key, az. COLLYEAR, a unicorn, rampant, ar., armed and

unguled, or. IO

COLLYER, Eng., a wyvern, wings addorsed, sa.

COLLYER, a cross pattde, fitched, or, between

eagle's wings, sa. COLLYER, Dors., a demi-unicorn, ar., armed,

hoofed and maned, or. - * *

COLLYER of Hackford Hall, Norf., a unicorn's

head, ppr. Avance.

COLLYER, two lions' heads, erased, collared,

addorsed.

COLLYNGS, Suff., a nag's head, sa., bridled, or.

COLMAN, Kent, a greyhound's head, sa., gorged

with a collar and ring, ar., charged with

three mullets, sa. see plate

COLNE, or COLNEY, a talbot, sejant, per pale,

sa. and erm., collared, ar.

COLNET, Hants., a dragon's head, ducally gorged

and chained, ppr.

COLPEPPER, a martlet, gu., between attires of

an ox. COLPOYS, out of a naval coronet, a dexter hand,

apaume'e. comp.

COLQUHON, Sco., a hart's head, couped, gu.,

attired, ar. Si je puis.

COLQUHON of Drumpelder, a branch of laurel,

slipped, ppr. Dum spiro spero. -

COLQUHOUN of Killermont, Dumbarton, a

stag's head, erased, ppr. If I can. COLQUHOUN, Sco. : (i.) A hart's head, couped,

ppr. II. (.) In hand a buckle. COLQUHOUN, Bart., of Colquhoun, Sco., a hart's

head, erased, gu. Si je puis.

COLQUHOUN, Bart., of Tilliquhoun,Sco., a stag's

head, erased, ppr. Si je puis.

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COLQUHOUN of Keunuoir, Sco., a buck's head,

erased, ppr. Si je puis.

COLQUHOUN, Bart., of Luss, a hart's head, gu.,

attired, ar. Si je puis. n

COLQUHOUN of Dunyelder, a laurel-branch,

slipped, ppr. Dum spiro spero. -

COLQUHOUN of Kilmardony, a stag's head,

erased, ppr. Festina lente.

COLQUHOUN of Garscadden, in dexter hand a

buckle, ppr. Omnia firmat.

COLQUHOUN, Eng., an arm, from elbow, ppr.,

verted, gu., cuffed, indented, or, in hand a

baton, of the first, veruled, gold.. I.

COLQUITT, Eng., a hawk, rising, ducally gorged

and belled, ppr.

COLSHILL, and COLSILL, Ess. and Cornw., an

arm, in armour, garnished, or, in hand a

gauntlet, all ppr.

COLSHULL, Eng., an arrow, in pale. COLSON, two arms, couped at elbow, vested, in

hands an escutcheon, or.

COLSTON, Eng., a ship's boat, ppr. COLSTON, Eng., a dolphin, naiant, ppr. COLSTON, a dolphin, uaiant, sa.

COLSTON of Filkins Hall, Oxon., a dolphin,

naiant, ppr. Go thou and do likewise. COLT, Bart., Heref., a colt, at full speed, sa.

Vincit qui patitur.

COLT, Kent, in fire, ppr., a ram, ar., attired, or.

see plate COLT, Sco., a hand, throwing a dart, ppr.

Transfigam. I.

COLT, Suff., a nag's head, erm.

COLT, Ess., a colt, at full speed, sa., in mouth

part of a broken tilting-spear, or, headed,

az., the remainder lying between hind legs.

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COLT, Suff., a colt, passant, ar.

COLTER, and COULTER, Sco., a harpy, gardant, ppr. ii

COLTHURST, Bart., Iri., a colt, statant, sa. Justum et tenacem.

COLTHURST, Somers., a demi-lion, rampant, gardant, ar.

COLTHURST, a greyhound's head, sa., between two roses, gu., leaved and slipped, ppr.

COLTHURST, Iri., on stump of tree a crane, perched, ppr. n

COLTMAN, Lond. and Leic., a nag's head, erased, sa., maned and bridled, ar., tas- selled, or.

COLTMAN, Yorks., a horse's head, erased, sa,, bridled, ppr.

COLTON, Eng., a spear head, in pale, enfiled with a savage's head, couped, ppr.

COLTON, _Chesh., a boar, passant, ar., armed and bristled, or, vulned in shoulder, gu.

COLUMBALL, a camel's head, ppr. Pacem amo.

COLVIL, and COLVILLE, a demi-hind, ppr.

COLVIL, and COLVILLE, in hand, in pale, issu- ing from a cloud, a dagger, wavy.

COLVIL, and COLVILLE, Sco., a talbot's head, ar. Ad finem fidelis.

COLVIL, and COLVILLE, Line, and Cambs., on a chapeau, az., turned up, erm., a lion, pas- sant, ar., charged on shoulder with a label of three points, gu. see plate

COLVIL, and COLVILLE, Eng., a demi-stag, in mouth a rose, ppr.

COLVIL, and COLVILLE, Sco., a hind's head, couped, ppr. Obliviscar.

COM

COLVIL, and COLVILLE, Sco., a hind's head, couped, ar. Non obliviscar.

COLVIL, and COLVILLE, Sco., a hind's head, ar., charged with a cross patt^e, sa.

COLVIL, and COLVILLE, Sco., a demi-Hercules, with a lion's skin and a club, all ppr. Oublier ne puis. I. n

COLVIL, and COLVILLE, Sco., a bull's head. Ne obliviscaris. -

COLVILE, and COLWALL, Kent, a bird, rising, ppr., in mouth a sprig, vert.

COLVILLE, Baron (Colviile), Sco., a hind's head, couped, ar. Oublier ne puis.

COLVILLE, Line., a cock-pheasant, wings ele- vated, ppr., in mouth a hawk's bell, or.

see plate

COLWELL, Eng., a talbot, statant, ar., spotted, gu. and sa., collared, az. see plate

COLWICH, Eng., a bat, displayed, ppr.

COLWICK, and COLWYKE, Eng., issuing from a cloud, a hand, in pale, a sealed letter.

COLWICK, and COLWYKE, Eng., in the sea, an anchor, in pale, ensigned with a dove and olive-branch, all ppr. .

COLYEAR, a lion, rampant.

COLYEAR, Iri., a unicorn, rampant, ar., armed and maned, or. * IO

COLYEAR, a unicorn's head.

COMB, or COMBE, Somers., a demi-lion, sa., ducally gorged, ar.

COMB, or COMBE, Sco., a crane, in mouth a bunch of clover, ppr. see plate

COMBER, Suff., a greyhound's head, sa., charged with three bezants, two and one, or.

COMBERFORD, Iri., a peacock, in pride, ppr.

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COMBERFORD, a dove, volant, in mouth an olive-branch, ppr.

COMBERFORD, and CUMBERFORD, Warw., a crow, wings addorsed, ppr. see plate

COMBERFORD, a pestle and mortar, sa.

COMBERMERE, Viscount (Stapleton-Cotton) : (i.) A falcon, ppr., wings expanded and belled, or, in dexter a belt, az., buckled, of the second, see plate . (.) Of augmen- tation, on a mount, vert, a soldier of the d Regiment Light Dragoons, mounted, ppr., in the attitude of charging the enemy, and over this crest, on a scroll, az., the word " Salamanca," in letters of gold. In utramque fortunam paratus.

COMBERTON, two lions' paws, sa., supporting a Doric pillar, ar.

COMBERTON, a demi- savage, a hammer over shoulder, ppr.

COMBES of Gotham, Bristol, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a broken tilting-spear.

COMBREY, Sco., a sheaf of arrows, points up- ward, ppr.

COMERFORD, on a chapeau, turned up, a pea- cock in pride, ppr. .

COMES, Lond., out of a ducal coronet, or, a lion's gamb, ar., holding a staff, raguly, sa., slipped at each end, gu.

COMMERELL of Strood, Suss., a dexter arm, in hand a laurel branch, all ppr.

COMMOLIN, Eng., a fir-tree, ppr.

COMPERE, Lond., a demi-lion, rampant, holding a roundle.

COMPIGNE, Eng., in dexter hand a covered cup, or. ii

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COMPION, Eng., a demi-talbot, vert. .

COMPORT, Kent, a demi-lion, ar. , charged with a quatref oil, gu. , holding a torteau. see plate

COMPTON, Marquess of Northampton. See NORTHAMPTON.

COMPTON, Glouc. and Northamp., a beacon, ppr., with the motto, Je ne cherche que ung.

COMPTON of the Manor House, Hants., a demi- dragon, erased, wings elevated, body enfiled with a ducal coronet. comp.

COMPTON, Northamp., on a mount, vert, a beacon, or, inflamed, ppr., with this motto, Nisi Dominus.

COMPTON, Glouc., a beacon, ppr. Nisi Domi- nus.

COMPTON, a beacon, inflamed, ppr. Dum spiro spero.

COMRIE, or COMRY, Sco., a demi-archer, shoot- ing an arrow, ppr. Ad metam.

COMRIES, Sco., a cross crosslet, on three grieces.

. II

COMYN, Ess. and Durh., two arms, embowed, vested, erm., between hands, ppr., a garb, or.

COMYN, Durh., a sheaf of cumin, or. n

COMYNS, Eng., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a bloodhound, sejant, ppr.

CONANT, on a mount, vert, a stag, statant, resting dexter on an escutcheon.

CONARTON, Cornw., a talbot's head, erased, collared.

CONCANON of Waterloo, Galway, an elephant, statant, ppr., tusked, or. Sagesse sans tache.

CONDIE, on a ducal coronet, or, a lion, passant, az.

CONDUITT, Lond., two caducei, in fess, or, thereon a peacock's head, erased, ppr.

CONELEY, or CONELLY, a talbot, couchant, ppr.

CONERLEY, a spaniel, sejant, ppr.

CONESBY, Eng., a cony, sejant, ar. I

CONGALTON, and CONGILTON, Sco., a bee, ppr. Magnum in parvo and Multum in parvo.

CONGLETON, Baron. See PARNELL, Bart.

CONGRAVE, Berks, and Kent, a falcon, wings expanded, ppr., belled, or.

CONGREVE, Bart., Staffs., a falcon, wings ex- panded, ppr. Persevere and Non moritur cujusfama vivit. IOO.

CONGREVE, Berks., a falcon, rising, ppr. Non moritur cujusfama vivit. IOO.

CONGREVE of Congreve, Staffs., a falcon, rising, wings expanded. Non moritur cujus fama vivit. loo.

CONINGESBY, CoNiNGSBY, and CoNiSBiE, a cony, sejant, ar. I

CONINGSBY, out of a ducal coronet, or, a plume of ostrich-feathers, thereon a cony, sejant, all ppr.

CONINGHAM, on a ducal coronet, or, a mount, vert, thereon a stork, gold, in mouth a snake, between two cinquefoils, stalked and leaved, ppr. see plate

CONINGHAM, Iri., an anchor and sword in sal- tier.

CONINGSBY-CAPEL, a demi-lion, in dexter a cross crosslet.

CONMELL, Sco., a stag's head, erased, ar., charged with a trefoil, vert. comp.

CONNACK, out of a ducal coronet, a demi-eagle, ppr.

CONNEL, a stag's head, erased, charged with a trefoil. comp.

CONNEL, or CONNELL, Sco., a bee, volant, ppr. Non sibi.

CONNEL, or CONNELL, Eng., a goat, current towards a tree, ppr.

CONNELL, Eng., on a dexter hand, apaumee, in fess, a bird, perched.

CONNELL, Iri., out of a tower, a demi -griffin, rampant, ppr.

CONNELLEY, CONELLY, and CoNOLLY, Eng. and Iri., a female, in dexter an anchor, in sinis- ter a Saracen's head.

CONNELLEY, CONNELLY, CONNELY, CONNOLLY, and CONOLLY, Eng., a talbot, couchant, ppr.

CONNER, Eng., an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a dagger.

CONNER of Manch House, co. Cork, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., garnished, or, in hand a short sword, ppr., hilt and pommel, of the last. Min, sicker, reag.

CONNOCKE, Cornw., out of a ducal coronet, a demi-griffin, segreant, or.

CONNOP, out of, horns of a crescent, ar., an arm, erect, vested, az., cuffed, of the first, in hand a branch of oak, ppr.

CONNOR, Eng., in hand a hawk's lure.

CONNOR, Corcamroe, a hand, gauntleted, hold- ing a javelin, in bend, sinister, point down- ward.

CONNOUR, CONNOR, and CONOR, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a sword, all ppr.

CONOLLY, an arm, erect, vested, sa., cuffed, ar., in hand a chaplet of roses, ppr.

CONQUEROR, a spear head, ppr. Victoria..

CONQUEST, Beds., a holly-tree, fructed, ppr.

CONRADUS, a unicorn's head, erased, studded, or.

CONRAN, Sco., a flame of fire, between two palm-branches, in orle, ppr.

CONRAN, a demi-stork, wings expanded, in mouth a cross pattee, fitched.

CONRAN, Eng., two doves, billing, ppr.

CONRAN, Iri., a pillar, entwined with wood- bine, ppr. i

CONROY, Bart., a cubit arm, vested, or, cuffed, erm., in hand a wreath of laurel, vert. L'an- tiquite ne pent pas Vabolir. comp.

CONROY, Iri., a lion, rampant, vert, supporting a pennon, gu.' .

CONROY, Knt., Iri., a wreath of laurel. Uan- tiquite ne pent pas Vabolir. -

CONSIDINE, Eng., a hand, issuing, plucking a thistle, ppr.

CONSTABLE, Eng., a dragon's head, couped, or.

CONSTABLE, Yorks., a ship in full sail, or.

CONSTABLE, Sco., a greyhound, passant, ar.

I-. CONSTABLE, Surr., a ship to the sinister, sails

furled, all or.

CONSTABLE of Wassand, Yorks. : (i.) A ship,

with tackle, guns, and apparel, all or. .

(.) A stork, in mouth an eel. .

CONSTABLE, Sco., out of a cloud, in the sinis-

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ter, a hand, pointing to a crosier, on the dexter, ppr. Prcedarior, quo propinquior.

CONSTABLE, Iri., an arm, from shoulder, hand clenched, ppr. - *

CONSTABLE, CLIFFORD-, Bart., Yorks. : (i.) For Constable, a dragon's head, ar., charged with three bars, gu., on each as many mascles, or. comp. . (.) For Clifford, out of a ducal coronet, or, a wyvern, rising, gu. . (.) Another crest, from behind dark clouds, the sun rising, from the rays, issuant in chief, a lily of France, all ppr., surmounted by an escallop, inscribed, " Sur- git post nubila Phoebus." Semper paratus. comp. . II

CONSTANTINE, Eng., in lion's gamb, erased, a broken sword, ppr.

CONSTANTYNE, a sword, in bend sinister, ppr., surmounted by a cross crosslet, az. I CONWY of Bodrhyddan, Flints., a moor's head, in profile, couped, ppr., wreathed, ar. and az. fide et amore.

CONWAY, Baron. See HERTFORD, Marquess of. CONWAY, Lond., out of a ducal coronet, a demi- cock, wings expanded, gu., beaked, and wattled, az. I

CONWAY, Eng. and Iri., a moor's head, in pro- file, ppr., banded, ar. and az. CONWAY, a griffin's head, couped. CONY, Curnb., a talbot's head, or, tongue hang- ing out, dropping blood, ppr. CONY, or CONEY, a cony, sejant, ar. I CONY, or CONEY, Herts, and Hunts., on a

mount, vert, a cony, or.

CONYERS, a trefoil, slipped, ppr.

CONYERS, Yorks. and Durh., a sinister wing,

gu.

CONYERS, Ess., a bull's head, erased, or, armed,

sa., pierced through neck with an arrow, of

the last, barbed and feathered, ar., vulned,

gu. comp. II

CONYERS, Eng., a moor's head, sa., wreathed

and stringed, ar. and az.

CONYERS, Eng., a spear, broken in three,

headed, ar., banded together by a ribbon,

gu. -

CONYERS, Lord D'Arcy, on a chapeau, ar.,

turned up, erm., a bull, statant, sa.

comp.

CONYNGHAM of Spring Hill, IrL : For Conyng-

ham, a unicorn's head, couped, ar., maned

and horned, or. Over, fork over.

CONYNGHAM, Marquess, a unicorn's head,

erased, ar., armed and maned, or. Over, fork

over.

CONYNGHAM, Eng., a dexter arm, in armour,

vambraced, in hand a sword, ppr.

CONYSTON, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, or, a

peacock's tail, ppr.

Coo, a crane, supporting an anchor, ppr.

.. II

COOCK, or COOK, a talbot, sejant, resting dex- ter on an escutcheon, or. COOK, or COOKE, Hants., a dexter arm, em- bowed, ppr., in hand a chaplet of laurel, vert, surmounted by an etoile, ar.

comp.

COOK, Yorks. and Northumb., a demi-lion,

gardant, sa., ducally gorged, or. see plate

COOK, Lond., a demi-lion, gu., in dexter an

etoile, or, comp, .

COOK, a horse's head and neck, couped.

COOK, Lond., an ostrich, gorged with a ducal coronet, in mouth, a horse-shoe. Haut et bon. .

COOK, Beds., an ostrich, in mouth a horse- shoe, ar. .

COOK, or COOKE, Hants., a dexter arm, em- bowed, ppr., encircled with a wreath of laurel, vert, in hand an etoile, or.

comp.

COOK, Sco., a sea-chart, ppr. Tutum monstrat iter.

COOKE, Derb., the sun in splendour, or.

COOKE of Cordangen, Iri., a demi-lion, ram- pant, gu., between paws a mullet, or. Tu, ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito.

.

COOKE, Ess., a bear's head, erased, in mouth a

trefoil, slipped.

COOKE of Peak, Yorks. , a lion's head, ar. COOKE, Kent and Suss., on a mount, vert, a

beaver, passant, or. -

COOKE, Devons. and Cornw., a demi-cat, ram- pant, gardant, or, holding an oak-branch,

vert, fructed, of the first. COOKE, a demi-lion, rampant, erased, between

paws a bezant.

COOKE, Ess. and Glouc., a unicorn's head, or,

between wings, addorsed, az. see plate COOKE, Lond., out of a ducal coronet, or, a

dragon's head, ar.

COOKE, Ess. and Suss., a wolf's head, erased,

erm., in mouth a trefoil, slipped. COOKE, Camb., a greyhound's head, couped,

gorged with two bars.

COOKE, Suff., a lion's head and neck, erased,

affrontee, ar. comp.

COOKE, Suff., on a chapeau, sa., turned up,

erm., an ostrich, ar., in mouth a horse-shoe,

of the last. COOKE, a demi-eagle, wings displayed, ducally

crowned, or. COOKE, Yorks., out of a mural coronet, ar., a

demi-lion, rampant, gardant, sa., ducally

gorged, or. COOKE, Suff., a wolf's head, ar., ducally gorged,

gu. comp.

COOKE, Iri., a leopard's head, erased, pean.

COOKE, a cockatrice, wings expanded. COOKE, Norf ., out of a mural coronet, or, two

wings expanded. COOKE, Warw., a wolf's head, gorged with two

bars. comp.

COOKE, Suff., a demi-cockatrice, wings ad- dorsed, ppr. comp. COOKE, Wore., out of a mural coronet, or, an

arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., garnished, in hand a sword, ar., hilt, gold, on arm two cheverons, gu.

COOKE, Middx., on a mount, vert, a unicorn, sejant, or, resting dexter on a cross potent,

gu- COOKE, Suff., an antelope's head, erased, or,

tusked, horned, and tufted, gu.

COOKE, an arm, erect, vested, in hand a bunch

of columbines and roses, ar., cuffed, ppr.

comp.

COOKE, Sco., a griffin's head, ar.

COOKE, Suff., a griffin, segreant, sa. COOKE, an ostrich, in mouth a horse-shoe, or.



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COOKE, out of a mural coronet, or, an eagle's head, ar. I

COOKER, Devons., within the horns of a cres- cent, gu., an etoile, or.

COOKES, Wore., in hand a dagger, ppr.

COOKES, out of a ducal coronet, or, a negress'

head, affrontee, sa., with ear-rings, wreathed.

comp. II

COOKES of Bentley, Wore., out of a mural coronet, an arm, in hand a short sword. Deo, JRegi, Viclno.

COOKESEY, and COOKSEY, Eng., on a garb, in fess, a cock, standing, ppr. O

COOKMAN, a griffin's head, between wings, ex- panded, or, ducally gorged, az. see plate

COOKSON, Cumb., a demi-lion. Nil desperan- dum.

COOKSON, Line., a demi-lion, rampant, sa., ducally crowned, or. comp.

COOKSON, a demi-lion, rampant, supporting a staff, raguly.

COOKSON of Whitehill, Durh., a demi-lion, rampant, bearing a staff, raguly, ppr. Nil desperandum.

COOKSON of Meldon Park, Northumb., same crest and motto.

COOLEY, Eng., a leopard's head, ^essant-de-lis, or.

COOLING, Eng., a griffin, segreant, ar., beaked and legged, or.

COOMBES, or COOMBS, Eng., in dexter hand, a cushion.

COOMBS, Hants., on a ducal coronet, a lion, passant. Dare, but fear not.

COOP, or COOPE, Eng., a demi-eagle, with two heads, displayed. comp.

COOPER, Sco., a dexter arm, embowed, in hand a battle-axe, ppr. Pour ma patrie.

COOPER, Bart., Herts., out of a mural coronet, ar., a spear, erect, ppr., tasselled, gu., sur- mounted by two palm-branches, in saltier, vert. Nil magnum, nisi bonum. IO

COOPER, Iri., a demi-leopard, gardant, in dex- ter a rose, all ppr. comp. g.

COOPER, East Dereham, Norf., a falcon, close, ppr.

COOPER, Bart., in hand a garland, ppr. Vir- tute.

COOPER, an arm, erect, ppr., in hand a chaplet, vert.

COOPER, a phcenix in flames.

COOPER, a sand-glass, ppr. I

COOPER, Sco., between horns of a crescent, an etoile of six points, ppr.

COOPER, a lion's head, ar. , erased, gu., gorged with a chaplet of laurel, ppr.

COOPER, a greyhound, sejant, sa. .

COOPER, Northumb., a cock's head, erased, or.

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COOPSR, Yorks., a lion, sejant, ar., supporting a battle-axe, sa., headed, of the first. COOPER, a dove, with olive-branch, ppr.

.

COOPER, Kent, Suss., and Herts., in lion's gamb, or, a branch, vert, fructed, gu. COOPER, Glouc., on a mural coronet, ar., a pe- lican, vulning, ppr. COOPER, Durh., on a tower, a moorish king's

head, in profile, ppr.

COOPER, an oak-tree, a branch thereof borne down by a weight, ppr. Inclinata resurgo.

..

COOPER, Dors., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a bull, passant, sa., ducally gorged, or.

IS-

COOPER, Berks., on a garb, or, a pelican, vul- ning, ppr.

COOPER, Notts., on a mount, vert, a unicorn, sejant, ar., armed and crined, or, support- ing a broken tilting-spear, gold.

COOPER, Eng., a demi-lion, rampant, between paws a battle-axe, all ppr. Fide et fortitu- dine. comp.

COOPER, Durh., a bull, passant.

COOPER, Wilts., a demi-leopard, gardant, ppr., ducally crowned, ar., in dexter a holly - branch, fructed, ppr.

COOPER, a demi-leopard, gardant, in dexter a rose-branch, slipped, ppr.

COOPER, a demi-leopard, rampant, in dexter a rose, all ppr.

COOPER of Failford, Ayrshire : (i.) On dexter, in dexter hand a garland of laurel, both ppr. Virtute. . ,(.) On sinister, an oak- tree, with a branch borne down by a weight, both ppr. Resurge.

COOPER - ASHLEY, Baron Shaftesbury. See SHAFTESBURY.

COORE of Scruton Hall, Yorks., a unicorn's head, or. Qui semina vertu raccoglia fama.

COORE, Eng., a tower, triple-towered.

COOTE, Bart., Donny brook, Iri., a coot, ppr.

COOTE, Eng., same crest.

COOTE of Mount Coote, co. Limerick, same crest.

COOTE, Bart., Ballyfin, Iri., a coot, close, ppr. Vincit veritas.

COOTE, Line., Norf., and Ess., a coot's head, erased, sa.

COOTES, a cubit arm, erect, vested, in hand, ppr., a covered cup, of the first, comp.

COPE, Bart., Hants, a fleur-de-lis, or, issuing from the top thereof a dragon's head, gu. JEque adeste animo. comp.

COPE, Eng., a fleur-de-lis.

COPE, Iri., a harp, gu. n

COPELAND, a lion, passant, ppr. I

COPELAND, a nag's head, couped, bridled.

COPEN, in dexter hand a pair of compasses. Vivitur ingenio.

COPENGER, Norf., a falcon's leg, belled, and wing conjoined, ppr.

COPENGER, Lond., a buck's head, ar. n

COPILDIKE, COPLEDIKE, and COPLEDYKE, Kent,

a wyvern, wings addorsed, statant, on a wheel, ppr.

COPINGER, Suff., a chamois-deer's head, sa. COPINGER, Kent, a ram's head, sa. '

COPINGER, a parrot's head, between wings, vert, in mouth, gu., a sprig of three mari- golds, ppr., leaved, or. comp. COPLAND, COPELAND, and COWPLAND, Eng., in hand a military sash. COPLAND, COPELAND, and COWPLAND, Eng., a castle, triple-towered, ppr., ensigned with a flag, gu., charged with a cross, ar. COPLAND, a horse's head and neck, couped, bridled, and decked with oak-slips, fructed, ppr.

COPLAND, a lion, rampant, winged. COPLAND, a chevalier, in armour, on horse- back, in dexter a sword. H

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COPLAND, out of a ducal coronet, a swan's head.

COPLAND, Aberdeen, a swan, wings addorsed, neck embowed, ppr., gorged with a ducal coronet, sa. jfiquo adeste animo. comp. IO

COPLESTONE, Dors, and Devons., a wolf, pas- sant, az.

COPLESTONE, Dors, and Devons., a demi-tiger, gu., maned and tufted, or.

COPLESTONE, a demi-lion, rampant.

COPLEY, Baron Lyndhurst. See LYNDHURST.

COPLEY, Bart., Yorks., a griffin's head, erased,

COPLEY, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, wreathed with laurel, and charged with an escallop, in hand a sword. comp.

COPLEY, Yorks., a covered cup, or.

comp. II

COPLEY, Yorks., on a goat's head, attired, or, four crescents. see plate

COPLEY, Suff., a griffin, sejant, regardant, wings expanded, ar.

COPLEY, Surr. and Yorks., a griffin, sejant, ar., ducally gorged and lined, or.

comp. and

COPLEY, Yorks., out. of a ducal coronet, or, eight ostrich-feathers, ar., three and five. In cruce vinco.

COPOLDYKE, Line., a goat's head, erased, ar., armed and ducaHy gorged, or. comp.

COPPARD, Suss., a stag, regardant, ar., attired and unguled, or, collared, gu., in mouth two ears of barley, ppr.

COPPARD, Kent, a stag, regardant, ar. Tutus sifortis. comp.

COPPEN, out of an earl's coronet, or, a demi- griffin, gold, armed, sa., ducally gorged, az.

see plate

COPPENDALE, Middx., a stag, at gaze, ppr., attired, or.

COPPIN, Norf., out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-griffin, az., beaked and legged, gold.

COPPINGER, or COPPENGER, a demi-lion, ram- pant.

COPPINGER, Lond., a demi-lion, rampant. Virtute non vi.

COPPINGER of Bally volane, Cork, a demi-lion, rampant. Virtute non vi.

COPPINGER of Midleton, Cork, same crest and motto.

COPPINGER, or COPPENGER, Iri., in dexter hand, ppr., vested, or, a holly-branch, vert.

comp.

COPPULL, Lane., a lion's head, erased, erm.,

charged with three guttee, two and one, or.

comp.

COPSON, Eng., stump of tree, couped at each end, in fess, ppr., shooting forth a branch spreading to dexter and sinister, vert, en- signed with a fleur-de-lis, or.

COPWOOD, Herts., an eagle, displayed, vert.

- J COPWOOD, Herts., an eagle, wings addorsed, or.

COR, Sco., an increscent and decrescent, or.

CORAM, and CORHAM, Devons., a beaver, pas- sant, or. CORBALLY, Iri., a trout, naiant, ppr. CORBEN, CORBIN, and CORBYN, in dexter hand, ppr., a cross pattee, fitched, az.

CORBEN, Middx., a demi-lion, rampant, az., in dexter a sword, ppr. Sapit qui reputat.

CORBET, Sco., a raven's head, erased, sa; Save me, Lord ! .

CORBET, Salop, a raven, in mouth a holly- branch, fructed, all ppr.

CORBET, Herts., Heref., and Salop, an ele- phant, ar., armed, or, on back a tower, of the first, the trappings, gu. and gold.

CORBET, Lond., on a mount, vert, a squirrel, sejant, cracking a nut, or, leaved, ppr.

comp. II

CORBET, Norf. and Suff., a squirrel, sejant, or.

CORBET, or CORBETT, Sco. and Iri., a crow, sa.

CORBET, Bart., Salop, an elephant and castle, ppr. Deus pascit corvos.

CORBET of Sundorne Castle, Salop, same crest and motto.

CORBETT of Elsham, Line., same crest and motto.

CORBETT, a wolf, sejant, collared and lined, ppr.

CORBOT, an elephant, on back a tower, all ppr.

. ii

CORBREAKE, and CORBREYKE, Eng., in dexter hand a roll of paper, ppr.

CORBREAKE, a cross crosslet, gu.

CORBY, on a chapeau, a dove, wings addorsed, ppr. *

CORBY, in the sea, ppr., a pillar, ar.

CORBYN, a lion, rampant.

CORBYN, two arms, in armour, embowed, in saltier, in dexter a sword, on point a boar's head, couped, in sinister a human heart, all ppr.

CORDALL, Suss., a cockatrice, vert, beaked, combed, jelloped, and crowned, gu.

CORDALL, Norf. and Suff., a cockatrice, vert, combed and wattled, gu.

CORDALL, Lond., a cockatrice, vert, collared, combed, wattled, and legged, sa.

CORDEL, CORDELL, and CORDELLE, Eng., a

demi-savage, in dexter a scimitar, in sinister a constable's baton, ppr.

CORDERAY, and CORDEROY, a human heart, gu., ducally crowned, or. comp. I

CORDIN, a boar's head, couped, between two serpents, in orle, nowed at top, and respect- ing each other. comp.

CORDINGLEY, Eng., out of a crown vallery, or, an arm, embowed, vested, az., in hand an oak -branch, fructed, ppr.

CORE, and COREY, Lond. and Norf., out of a ducal coronet, a griffin's head, between wings, or, each wing charged with three etoiles, in pale, gu.

CORFIELD, Eng., in hand two palm-branches, in orle, ppr.

CORIE, or CORY, Eng., a griffin's head, gu., be- tween wings, or, each charged with a mullet, of the first.

CORINGHAM, or CORYNGHAM, a rook, ppr.

CORITON, or CORYTON, a lion, passant, gardant, gu. Dum spiro spero.

CORK and ORRERY, Earl of. See BOYLE.

CORK, by a tree, vert, a holy lamb, passant, with staff and banner, ppr. comp.

CORKE, Eng., out of. a cloud, a hand, erect, pointing to a star, ppr. - *>

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CORKER, Iri., a demi-lion, rampant, erm., hold- ing an etoile, or. see plate

CORMAC, or CORMACK, on a rock, a martlet, ppr. Sine timore.

CORMICK, Iri., in hand, in fess, a sword, in pale, on point a garland of laurel, ppr.

CORNACK, a sword, in pale, ppr., hilt and pom- mel, or.

CORNELIUS, Eng., out of a cloud, in dexter hand, in fess, ppr., a cross pattee, fitched, az.

CORNELL, Kent, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-lion, rampant, ar. Certum petefinem.

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CORNER, in lion's gamb, erased, an eagle's leg, erased.

CORNEWALL, Bart., Lond. and Herts. : (i.) A Cornish chough, ppr. . (.) A demi- lion, rampant, gu., ducally crowned, or. La vie durante. comp.

CORNET, a lion's head, erased, on neck a rose. comp. i and

CORNET, Lond., a bugle-horn, ar., stringed, gu. Fac recte, nil time. I. or

CORNINGHAM, Eng., a rock, ppr.

CORNISH. Kent and Ess., on branch of tree, couped at each end, in fess' ppr., with one sprig at dexter end, vert, a Cornish chough, sa., wings addorsed, beaked and legged, gu.

CORNISH of Black Hall, Devons., a Cornish chough, ppr. IO

CORNISH of Marazion, Cornw., a Cornish chough, sa., wings addorsed, beaked and legged, gu., standing on branch of olive, ppr. comp. .

CORNISH, Beds., out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-eagle, displayed, sa.

CORNISH, an eagle, displayed.

CORNS, Eng., a stag, trippant, ppr. Pacem amo.

CORNWALL, on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a lion, statant, ppr. -

CORNWALL, Salop, a Cornish chough, ppr.

CORNWALL, Sco., a Cornish chough, hatching in the face of a rock, ppr. We big, you see, ivarily.

CORNWALL, Dors., a boar's head, couped, or, in bend, blade of broken sword thrust down throat, ppr. comp.

CORNWALL, Berks., a demi-lion, rampant, gu., ducally crowned, or. comp.

CORNWALLIS, Earl (Mann) : (i.) For Mann, a demi-dragon, sa., gutte"e-d'eau. (.) For Cornwallis, on a mount, vert, a stag, lodged, regardant, ar., attired and unguled, or, gorged with a chaplet of laurel, vert, vulned in shoulder, ppr. Virtus vincit invidiam.

comp.

CORNWALLIS, a lion, rampant, gardant, be- tween paws a ducal coronet, the whole between two standards, see plates and

CORNWALLIS, Iri., on a mount, a hind, statant, ppr.

CORP, Eng., a yew-tree, ppr. I

CORRANCE of Parham Hall, Suff , a raven, in dexter an escutcheon, sa., charged with a leopard's face, or. .

CORREY, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi- griffin, ppr., wings, semee of trefoils, sa.



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CORRIE, or CORRT, a demi-cupid, holding a Irymeneal torch, in pale, or, flamed, gu.

CORRIE, or CORRT, Sco. and Iri., a cock, ppr. Vigilans et audax.

CORRIE, or CORRT, Sco., a demi-lion, ppr. Courage.

CORRT, Iri., a griffin's head, couped.

CORRT, Iri., in hand, ppr., vested, az., cuffed, or, a mill-rind, sa.

CORRT of Abbey Yard, Newry, out of a ducal coronet, a dragon's head, between wings. Gripe fast. comp.

CORSANE, Sco., an eagle, close, crowned with an antique crown, gazing at the sun, all ppr. Prcemium virtutis gloria.

CORSAR, or CORSER, Sco., a pegasus, ppr. Recto cursu.

CORSE, Sco., a cross crosslet, fitched, az. Cer- tum pete jinem.

CORTHINE, Yorks., a demi-lion, couped, in dex- ter an etoile, sinister resting on a torteau.

see plate

CORTTON, Eng., a marigold, ppr.

CORTTON of Pentillie Castle, Cornw., a lion, passant, gu. I

COSARD, Hants., a lion's head, erased, gu., ducally crowned, or, comp.

COSARS, a buffalo's head, erased, ppr.

COSARS, Eng., from a castle, triple-towered, a demi-lion, rampant, ppr.

COSBT, Eng., an arm, in armour, in hand two pieces of broken spear, all ppr.

COSBT, Iri., a griffin, segreant, gu., supporting broken spear, or, the head, ar. comp. ib

COSEN, Norf., on a chapeau, az., turned up, erm., a tiger, sejant, or. comp. loand

COSEN, Norf., on a ducal coronet, az., lined, erm., a tiger, sejant, or.

COSENS, Eng., a demi-griffin, in paws a battle- axe, ppr.

COSGRAVE, a tiger's head, erased, affrontee.

COSGRAVE, a stag's head, erased, affrontee.

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COSINS, or COSTNS, Leic., a demi-lion, ram- pant, or, guttee-de-sang.

COSSAR, or COSSER, a horse, tenne", passant, saddled and bridled, ar.

COSSAR, or COSSER,. on a thistle, a bee, ppr.

COSSENS, a Doric pillar, gu.

COSSON, and COSSEN, Lond. and Cornw., a lion, rampant, or, gutte'e-de-sang, and ducally crowned, gold.

COSTELLO, a falcon, ppr., close, billed, or. Audaces fortuna jurat.

COSTERTON, Norf., on a mount, vert, a lion, statant, erminois, in front of a beacon, or, inflamed, ppr. Pro patrid uro. see plate

COSTLET, Eng., in hand, erect, ppr., a cross crosslet, fitched. .

COSWAT, a moor's head, couped at shoulders, ppr.

COSTN, on a mount, vert, a hare, sejant, sa., holding a bunch of flowers, ppr. see plate

COSTN, Durh., an eagle.

COSTN, Eng., an anchor, sa., environed by a serpent, vert.

COTELL, on a ducal coronet, or, a leopard, sejant, ppr.

COTES of Woodcote, Salop, a cock, ppr., combed, wattled, and legged, or.

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cou

COTES, Bucks, and Leic., a cock, or, combed and wattled, gu.

COTGRAVE, COTGKEVE, and COTGKIEVE, Eng., a

comet-star, towards the sinister, ppr. COTGRAVE, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-

peacock, ppr.

COTGREAVE, Knt., Chesh., a demi-peacock, ar.,

charged on breast with a fess, indented, gu.,

wings elevated, or, each charged with an

ermine spot. Antiquam obtinens. COTHER, Eng., a pegasus' head, between wings,

ar.

COTHER, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed,

ppr., garnished, or, in hand, also ppr., a

chaplet, vert. -

COTON, Norf., an eagle, rising, or.

COTREL, and COTTRELL, a talbot's head, erased,

sa., collared and lined, ar., collar charged

with three torteaux. comp.

COTRELL, and COTERELL, a demi-savage, in

dexter a club, round sinister arm a serpent

entwined, all ppr.

COTSFORD, out of a ducal coronet, a griffin's

head, ppr.

COTTELL, Devons. and Somers., on a ducal

coronet, or, a leopard, sejant, ppr., charged

with a crescent.

COTTENHAM, Baron. See PEPYS. COTTER, Iri., a lion, passant, regardant. COTTER, Eng., two lions' paws, sa., supporting

a pillar, ar. .

COTTERALL, COTTERELL, and CQTTERILL, a

hand holding a glove, ppr.

COTTERELL, Bart., Herefs., an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., holding by the top an escutcheon, ar., charged with a talbot's head, sa., collared and chained, or. Non rapui, sed recepi.

COTTERELL, Yorks., a talbot's head, couped, ar., eared and collared, or.

COTTESFORD, Oxon. and Devons., a bear, cou- chant, sa., muzzled and collared, or.

COTTESMORE, Eng., an arm, in armour, in hand two pieces of broken spear, ppr.

COTTINGHAM, Eng., on a chapeau, ppr., a grey- hound, sejant, ar. comp.

COTTINGTON, Glouc. and Wilts., a stag's head, ar., attired, or, gorged with a collar, az., charged with three roses, of the second.

see plate

COTTON, Lord Combermere. See COMBERMERE.

COTTON, Bart., Cambs., a griffin's head, erased, ar. Fidelitas vincit.

COTTON, a hawk's head, erased.

COTTON, a griffin's head, erased, in mouth a gauntlet, ppr.

COTTON, Suff., a griffin's head, erased, ar.

COTTON, a hawk,- ppr., beaked and belled, or, in foot a demi-garter, sa., buckled, of the second. comp.

COTTON, a Cornish chough, in mouth a cotton- hank, all ppr.

COTTON, Glouc., five snakes tied together, ppr.

in.

COTTON, Staffs, and Wore., a hawk, ppr., beaked and legged, ar.

COTTON, Hunts., out of a ducal coronet, a demi-eagle, displayed, ar. I or.

COTTON, Leic. and Staffs., an eagle, displayed, ar.

COTTON, Hants, and Salop, an eagle, wings ex-

panded, ar., beaked and legged, or, in dexter a belt, az., buckle, of the second.

COUCH, and COUGHE, Eng., a demi-bear, ram- pant.

COUCHER, and COWCHER, Eng., a well, ppr.

COUCHMAN, a demi-lion, rampant, sa., semee of cross crosslets, ar., between paws a cinque- foil, of the last. see plate

COUCHTREE, a hawk's head, between wings.

COUDRAT, COUDREY, and COUDRY, in lion's paw, erased, az., a battle-axe, or.

COULCHER, Yorks., out of a vallery crown, a buck's head, all ppr. comp.

COULDWELL, Eng., a sea-lion, rampant, vert.

COULSON, Northumb., in nest, ppr., a pelican feeding her young, ar., vulning, ppr.

COULSON, and COULSTON, Eng., a dolphin, naiant, sa.

COULSON, and COULSTON, Hants., an eagle, wings addorsed, ar., preying on a dolphin, ppr. see plate

COULSON of Blenkinsopp, Northumb., a peli- can feeding her young. Je mourrai pour ceux que faime.

COULT, Sco., an arm, embowed, hand grasping a dart, ppr. Transfigam.

COULTER, a harpy, gardant.

COULTHAND, Cumb., a demi-lion, rampant, gu.

COULTHART, JOHN-ROSS, Esq., of Coulthart, Wigtown ; Collyn, Dumfries ; and Croft House, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lane. ; a war- horse's head and neck, couped, ar., armed and bridled, ppr., garnished, ( or. Virtute non verbis.

[Mr. Coulthart represents the following

families : Carmichael of Carspherne ; Forbes

of Pitscottie ; Glendonyn of Glendonyn ; Gor-

don of Sorbie ; Mackenzie of Craighall ; Mac-

knyghte of Macknyghte ; and Ross of Ren-

frew. See these names.]

COULTHURST, Eng., issuing from clouds, two hands grasping the stump of a tree.

COULTNAN, Eng., three ears of wheat, ppr.

- COULTON, a lion's paw, supporting an escut-

cheon.

COULTS, Sco., a demi-inoor, shooting an arrow,

ppr.

COUPER, Bart., out of a mural coronet, a hand

grasping a garland, ppr. Virtute.

comp. COUPER, on a mural coronet, ar., a pelican,

wings addorsed, erm., beaked and legged, or,

vulned, gu.

COUPER, Eng., a dexter arm, erect, hand

clenched, gu.

COUPER, Sco., in hand a garland, ppr. Virtute.

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COUPER, an arm, in hand a cutlass, ppr. COUPER, or COUPIR, Eng., a cock's head, gu.

COUPLAND, Eng., a salmon, naiant, ppr. II COURCY, DE, Lord Courcy, on a ducal coronet,

or, an eagle, displayed, az. Vincit omnia

veritas. comp. and

COURCY, DE, Eng., out of a mural coronet, in

hand a mullet, ppr.

COURT, and COWRT, Eng., out of a ducal core-

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net, or, a unicorn's head, ar. , armed and crined, gold, charged with a mullet, gu. I

COURT, a stag's head, erased, ppr.

COURT, A', Eng., a lion's head, erased, regard- ant. -

COURTEENE, Wore., a demi-talbot, sa.

COURTEIS, Eng., a demi-husbandman, over shoulder a ploughshare.

COURTEIS, and COURTEYS, a wolf's head, couped, ar., collared and spiked, sa., chained, or.

comp.

COURTENAY, a dolphin, naiant, ppr.

COURTENAY, a dolphin, naiant, ar., charged with four torteaux, devouring a ducal cap, gu., in a coronet, or.

COURTENAY of Powdenham Castle, Devons., a dolphin, naiant, ppr. Ubi lapsus? Quid fed? . II

COURTHOPE, Kent, a camel's head, or, vulned, gu. see plate

COURTHOPE, Suff., a demi-stag, gu., semee of etoiles, and attired, or.

COURTHORP, Suss., an arm, erect, ppr., in hand an anchor, az., flute and ring, or.

- COURTIS, Eng., a phoenix in flames, ppr.

COURTIS, an oak-tree.

COURTNEY, Iri., a cherub, wings in saltier,

ppr.

COURTNEY, Iri., a cherub, ppr. .

COURTNEY, Devons., out of a ducal coronet, or,

a plume of feathers, ar., charged with a

crescent, sa.

COURTOIS, and COURTOYS, a mount, vert.

. ii

COURTOIS, and COURTOYS, a castle, triple- towered. COURTOWN, Earl of (Stopford), a wyvern, wings

addorsed, vert. Patrice infelici fidelis. COURTRY, Kent, a falcon's head, or, between

wings, az., each charged with a fleur-de-lis,

or.

COUSEN, Eng., a ram's head, erased, gu. COUSINS, Oxon., a falcon, ppr. Surgam.

COUSINS, Sco., a demi-eagle, wings expanded,

ppr. Right and Reason.

COUSMAKER, and COUSSMAKER, Eng., an etoile.

or.

COUSTON, Sco. and Eng., a sword and garb, in

saltier, ppr.

COUTS, Sco., a stag's head, erased. Esse quam

videri.

COUTTS, Eng., a demi-moor, shooting a bow,

ppr. ii

COUTTS, a demi-centaur, ppr.

COVE, Eng , in lion's paw a palm-branch, ppr.

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COVE, Heref., out of a ducal coronet, or, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, in gauntlet a battle-axe, ppr. see plate

COVELL, Lond., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a lion, passant, ar., charged with a file of three lambeaux, gu. comp.

COVENTRY, Earl of (Coventry), on a garb, in fess, or, a cock, gu., combed, wattled, and legged, gold. Candide et constanter.

COVENTRY, Lord Alesburgh, same crest.

COVENTRY, on a chapeau, gu., turned up, ar., a cock -pheasant, ppr., beaked and membered, of the first. comp.

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COVERDALE, and COVERDALL, Eng., a lion, rampant.

COVERT, Suss., a leopard's head, or. COVERT, Kent and Surr., a leopard's face, or.

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COVERT, Kent and SUIT., a lion's face, or.

COVERT, Somers., out of a ducal coronet, or, a unicorn's head, ar. , armed and crined, gold, charged with a mullet, gu. comp. I

COVILL, and COVILLE, an arm, in armour, em- bowed, ppr., bound with a shoulder ribbon, gu., in hand a club. IO

Cow, COWE, Co WEE, COWEY, and COWIE, Eng., a feather, in pale, ppr.

COWAN, Bo'ness, an escallop, or. Sic itur in altum. i

COWAN, a demi-lion, double queued, ppr.

COWAN, Iri., a lion, rampant, sa., ducally crowned, or. I

COWAN, out of clouds, ppr., a cubit arm, erect, also ppr., in hand a heart, gu.

COWAN, a fret, gu. n

COWAN, a demi-greyhound, sa., between feet a stag's head, cabossed, ar., attired, or.

see plate

COWBROUGH, and COWBRUGH, Sco., a griffin's head, between wings, ppr.

COWCEY, COWCIE, and COWEY, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand an anchor, corded, all ppr. I.

COWDEN, Eng., a demi-lion, sa., charged with annulets, or. comp.

COWDREY, Hants., out of a ducal coronet, or, an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., gar- nished, gold, in gauntlet, an anchor, gu., stock, sa., cordage entwined round arm. I.

COWEY, DE, Eng., a nag's head, ar., bridled, gu.

COWELL, Eng., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a lion, passant, or, gorged with a label, of the first comp.

COWELL, Sco., out of a bush, a lion's face, ppr.

COWEN, Eng., on a winged globe, an eagle, rising, ppr.

COWIE, Sco., a fleur-de-lis, az. Per ccelifavo- rem.

COWIE, Surr., on stump of tree, sprouting new branches, a falcon, wings expanded, ppr.

see plate

COWLEY, Baron (Wellesley), out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-lion, rampant, gu., hold- ing a forked pennon, of the last, flowing to sinister, one third per pale, from the staff, ar., charged with the cross of St. George. Porro unum est necessarium. comp. I

COWLEY, Lond., out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-lion, ermines. ,

COWLEY, on a mural coronet, az., a leopard's head, ar., jessant-de-lis, or. comp.

COWLING, on a lion's head, erased, az., a cha- peau.

COWMEADOW, a demi-lion, rampant, ar., in dexter a trefoil, slipped, vert. see plate

COWPER, Earl (Cooper), in lion's gamb, erect, or, a branch, vert, fretted, gu. Tuum est.

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COWPER, Yorks., on a castle, the head of a Saracen king, ppr., wreathed, ar. and az., and crowned with a Saxon coronet, or.

COWPER, Sco., in hand a wreath of laurel, ppr.

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COWPER, Chesh., out of a mural coronet, gu., a demi-wolf, ar., supporting a garb, or.

COWPER, Kent and Herts., in lion's gamb, or, a branch, vert, f ructed, gu.

COWPER, Suss., in a pheon, ar., a laurel sprig, ppr., between wings, gu.

COPPER, Glouc., in hand, a cutlass.

COWSFIELD, out of a ducal coronet, a camel's head. comp.

Cox, Limerick, an antelope's head, erased, sa., attired, or, transfixed through neck by a broken spear, ppr. Fortiter etfidditer.

Cox of Coolcliffe, Wexford, a goat's head, erased, sa. Fide et fortitudine. -

Cox of Broxwood, Heref., an antelope's head, erased, ppr., pierced through neck by a spear.

Cox, Lond., a goat's head, erased, ar. -

Cox, Iri., two hands conjoined, supporting a heart, gu. -

Cox, Bart., Iri., a goat's head, erased, az., armed, or. Fide et fortitudine.

Cox, Herts., an antelope's head, erased, sa., pierced through neck by a broken spear and vulned, gu.

Cox, Suss., a griffin's head, erased, sa., pierced through neck by an arrow, gu., headed and feathered, ar. comp, .

Cox, Lond., an arm, in armour, ppr., garnished, or, in hand a battle-axe, ar., handle, gu.

Cox, Sco., out of the sea, an arm, in hand an anchor, cabled, ppr.

Cox, an arm, ar., in hand a triple bunch of pinks, leaved, ppr.

Cox, Lond. and Glouc., a goat's head, ar., at- tired, or, in mouth an oak-leaf, az.

Cox, Herts., a goat's head, erased, sa., horned, bearded, and pierced through neck by an arrow, or, the wound guttee-de-sang.

Cox, Lond., a cock, gu., ducally crowned, or.

comp.

Cox, Kent, a demi-horse, salient, ar., charged on neck with a thunderbolt, ppr.

comp.

Cox, Norf . , out of a ducal coronet, a griffin's head, between wings. ioo.

COXAN, or COXEN. a lion, rampant, or, in dex- ter a fleur-de-lis, az. -

COXE, Lond., a demi-lion, rampant, ar., col- lared, sa., in dexter a spear-head, or.

comp.

COXED, Oxon., out of an Eastern crown, or, a griffin's head, vert, langued, ppr.

COXHEAD, a lion, passant. I

COXON, or COXSON, a cock, ar., combed, wattled, and legged, gu.

COXON, Yorks., a demi-lion, rampant, or, sup- porting a staff, raguly, ar.

Coxs, Line., on a mount, a stag, lodged, re- gardant, ppr. Prodesse quam conspici.

COXTON, Eng., an antelope, passant, ppr.

COXWELL, Glouc., a dragon's head, ar., between wings, gu.

COYLE, Iri., a hind's head, erased, or.

COYNE, Staff., an arm, erect, vested, sa., slashed and cuffed, or, in hand, ppr., a cutlass, ar., embowed, gu., hilt and pommel, or.

COYNE, Iri., a sea-horse, ppr.

COYNERS, Eng., a sinister wing, gu.

COYNEY, or COYNY, Eng., an oak branch, ppr.

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COYS, Ess., out of clouds, ppr., issuing rays,

or, an arm, erect, hand grasping a snake,

entwined round arm, all ppr. COYTMORE, a dagger, in pale, ppr.

COZENS, Eng., a lion, rampant, sa., in dexter a

battle-axe, az., hafted, gu. see plates and CRAB, Sco., a salmon, naiant, ppr.

CRAB, or CRABBE, a shield, az., charged with

a fleur-de-lis, or. CRAB, or CRABBE, in lion's gamb, erased, a

dagger, ppr.

CRABTREE, Eng., in hand, erect, a dagger,

ppr.

CRACHERODE, a demi-boar, salient, regardant,

or, wounded in shoulder with an arrow, ppr.,

held in mouth. comp. and

CRACKLOW, Eng., out of a crescent, a flame of

fire, ppr.

CRACROFT of Hackthorn, Line., a stork, ppr.,

supporting a battle-axe, staff, or, headed, ar.

see plate

CRADDOCK, or CRADOCK, Somers. and Wilts.,

a bear's head, erased, sa., billettee, and

muzzled, or.

CRADDOCK or CRADOCK, out of a ducal coronet,

or, a lion's paw holding a spear, tasselled,

ppr. .

CRADDOCK, or CRADOCK, Iri., a lion, rampant,

between paws a ducal coronet.

CRADDOCK, or CRADOCK, stump of oak-tree,

sprouting a branch on sinister side, ppr.

CRADDOCK, or CRADOCK, Eng. and Wei., a

horse, passant, sa.

CRADDOCK, or CRADOCK, a bear's head, couped,

ar., muzzled, gu.

CRADOCK, or CARADOC, Baron Howden. See

HOWDEN.

CRACKANTHORPE of Newbiggin Hall, West- moreland, a holly-tree, ppr.

CRAFFORD, a falcon's head, or.

CRAFORD, Kent and Ess., a hawk's head, or.

CRAFORD, Northumb., an eagle's head, between wings, ar.

CRAFORD, Berks., a deer's head, ppr., between attires, a cross.

CRAFTON, Eng., a dolphin, haurient, swallowing a fish, ppr.

CRAG, or CRAGG, Eng., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a fleur-de-lis, between wings, az.

CRAGGS, two arms embowed, on each hand a scimitar, ppr.

CRAICK, Sco., an anchor, ppr. Providence.

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CRAIG, Sco., a chevalier on horseback, in dex- ter a broken spear, all ppr. J'ai bonne esperance.

CRAIG, GIBSON-, Bart., Sco., a chevalier on horseback, in dexter a broken spear, all ppr. Vive Deo ut vivas.

CRAIG, Iri., a demi-lion, gu., in dexter a mullet, or.

CRAIG, or CRAIGE, Sco.. a chevalier on horse- back, holding a broken lance, in bend, all ppr. Vive ut vivas.

CRAIG, Eng., a lion's head, vert, collared, or.

CRAIG, Sco., a pillar, ar.

CRAIGDALLIE, Sco., a dexter hand, pulling a thistle, ppr.

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CRAIGDALLIE, Sco., a lion, rampant, holding a

battle-axe, ppr. sec plates and

CKAIGDALLIE, a pillar, ar.

CKAIGG, Sco., a cornucopia. Honeste vivo.

or CKAIGG, CKAIGG E, or CRAIGE, a boar, passant,

ar. II

CRAIGIE, Sco., a pillar, ppr.

CRAIGIE, Bart., Gairsay, Orkney, a boar,

passant, ar., armed, az. Timor omnes abesto.

. II CKAIGT, Sco., a boar, passant, ar., armed and

langued, gu. Timor omnes abesto. CRAIK, an eagle's leg, erased at thigh, ppr.

comp.

CRAIK, Iri., a goat's head, ar., armed, gu. CRAISTER, Northumb., a raven, ppr. CRAKE, on a chapeau, ppr., a talbot, sejant, or.

CRAKENTHORP, Eng., three ears of wheat, or.

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CRAKENTHORPE, a pillar, ensigned with a heart.

CRAKER, Lond., on a chapeau, ppr., a talbot, sejant, or. Fides prcestantior auro. CRAMER, or CRAMMER, Eng., a gauntlet, ppr.

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CRAMER, on a mount, a cock, wings expanded, ppr. Non dormit qui custodit.

CRAMER, Iri., out of a ducal coronet, or, a tal- bot's head, sa., eared, ar.

CRAMMOND, Sco., a tower, ar., masoned, sa. My hope is constant in thee.

CRAMPHORNE, Herts., a talbot's head, erased, erm., eared, sa., gorged with a collar, gu., charged with three cross crosslets, fitched, or. comp.

CRAMPTON, Iri., a Roman fasces, in pale, ppr.

CRANAGE, Chesh., out of a mural coronet, a demi-monkey, ppr. -

CRANAGE, Chesh., out of a ducal coronet, a demi-stork, wings expanded, ppr. see plate

GRANDER, Suff., out of a ducal coronet, in hand a sheaf of arrows, ppr. I

CRANE, Suff., a crane, ppr.

CRANE, Iri., a wheel, sa.

CRANE, a demi-hind, or, ducally gorged, az.

CRANFIELD, on a ducal coronet, or, a fleur-de- lis between two ostrich-feathers, ar.

CRANFORD, Eng., an eagle, wings expanded, ppr., supporting a flag, az.

CRANFORD, Eng., a cross moline, sa. -

CRANMER, and CRANMORE, Notts., a crane's head, erased, az., pierced through neck by an arrow, ppr. comp.

CRANSTON, Eng., a column, ar., entwined with woodbine, vert. I

CRANSTON, Sco., a crane's head, erased, ppr. / desire not to want. .

CRANSTOUN, Baron, Sco., a crane, holding up a stone with dexter foot, all ppr. Thou shalt want ere I want.

CRANSTOUN, Sco., a crane's head, erect, ppr. / desire not to want. .

CRANWELL, Line., a crane, ar.

CRANWELL, on a mount, vert, a hare, current, ar.

CRAN WORTH, Baron Rolfe, a dove, ar., in mouth a sprig of olive, ppr., ducally gorged, gu., dexter resting on three annulets, interlaced, or. Post nubila Phoebus. see plate

CRASTEIN, a Cornish chough, ppr. .

CRASTER, Northumb., a raven, ppr. ,

CRASTER, on a ducal coronet, or, a cock, ppr.

see plate

CRATFORD, Wore., a demi-lion, rampant, gar- dant, erminois, ducally gorged, az.

comp.

CRATE, Lond., a demi-lion, rampant, gardant, erm., ducally gorged, az. Ne tentes aut per- fice.

CRATHORNE, Line., on a thorn-bush, a bird, ppr.

CRATHORNE, Yorks., on a mount, vert, a bird, sa.

CRAUFORD, or CRAUFURD, Eng., in hand a lancet.

CRAUFUIRD of Grange House, Ayrshire, a game-hawk, hooded and belled, ppr. Durum patientid frongo. fo-

CRAUFURD, HOWISON-, of Craufurdland, Ayr- shire : (i.) For Craufurd, a marble pillar, supporting a man's heart, ppr. Stant innixa Deo. . (.) For Howison, a dexter hand, erect, couped at wrist. Sursum corda.

CRAUFURD of Auchinames, Ayrshire: (i.) A stag's head, erased, gu., between attires, a cross crosslet, fitched. . (.) A phoenix, ppr., in flames. Tutum te robore reddam and God show the right. IO CRAUFURD, Bart., Sco., a buck's head, erased, gu., between attires a cross crosslet, fitched.

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CRAUSE, out of a ducal coronet, in hand a rose, slipped and leaved, ppr. I

CRAVEN of Richardstown, Louth, on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a griffin, sa., wings addorsed, beaked, and semee of fleurs-de-lis, or. Fortitudine crevi. IO

CRAVEN, Earl of (Craven), on a chapeau, purp., turned up, erm. , a griffin, statant, wings ele* vated and addorsed, of the last, beaked, or. Virtus in actione consistct.

CRAVEN, on a pedestal, sa., a falcon, az., wings expanded, beaked and legged, gu.

see plate

CRAVEN, Warw. and Berks., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a griffin, passant, of the last.

CRAVEN, Berks., a griffin, statant, erm.

CRAVEN, FULWAR-, Esq., of Brock Hampton Park, Glouc., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a griffin, statant, of the second, beaked, or. Virtus in actione consistit.

CRAW of East Reston, a crow, sa. Cui debco fidus.

CRAW of Netherbyer, a crow, sa. God is my safety.

CRAW of Heughead, on a garb, a crow, sa. Nee careo, nee euro. comp.

CRAWE, Eng., a hawk, wings expanded, ar., charged on breast with a cinquefoil, az.

comp.

CRAWFIELD, a lion, rampant.

CRAWFORD, Berks., a deer's head, ppr., between attires a cross, or.

CRAWFORD of Comlarg, a dexter hand, out of a cloud, grasping a hart by the horns, and bearing him to the ground, all ppr. Tutum te robore reddam. -

CRAWFORD, Carsburn, and Crawfurd, Hamil-

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ton, a crescent, ar., charged with a star Sine lobe lucebit.

CRAWFORD, Drumsey, a stag's head, erased,

gu., between attires a cross crosslet, fitched,

of the same. Tutum te robore reddam.

CRAWFORD, a griffin's head, erased, between

wings.

CRAWFORD, Jardinhill, a pair of balances, on

point of a dagger, in pale. God save the

right. -

CRAWFORD of Crawfordburn, on point of a

dagger, ar., hilted, or, a pair of balances,

suspended, gold, stringed, gu. Quod tibi,

hoc alteri.

CRAWFORD of Haining, a hart's head, couped,

ppr. Hactenus invictus.

CRAWFORD of Easter Seaton, an increscent.

Fide et diligentid. I

CRAWFORD of Cloverhill, a garb, ppr. God

feeds the crows.

CRAWFORD of Crawfordsland, on the top of a

marble pillar, a man's heart, ppr. Stant

innixa Deo.

CRAWFORD, on point of dagger, erect, a pair

of balances, all ppr. God shaw the right.

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CRAWFORD of Ardmillan, Sco., a falcon, hooded and belled, ppr. Durum patientid frango.

CRAWFORD of Crawfuird, Sco., an ermine, pas- sant, ppr. Sine laba nota. I CRAWFORD, Sco., a palm-branch, ppr. C'cdcar honeste. CRAWFORD, Sco., a castle, ppr. CRAWFORD, Sco., a phonix in flames, ppr. God shaw the right. . CRAWFORD, or CRAWFORDE, Eng., in hand a lancet, ppr. CRAWFORD^ Sco., a decrescent. Sine lobe luce- bit. CRAWFURD of Saint Hill, Suss., a hawk, hooded and belled, ppr. Durum patientid frango.

CRAWFURD, Eng., a goat's head, gu.

CRAWFURD, Sco., a cinquefoil, slipped, vert.

Feliciter floret.

CRAWFURD, POLLOCK-, Bart., Jordan Hill,

Renfrew, a castle, triple - towered, ppr.

Expugnare.

CRAWFURD - STIRLING of Milton, Lanark, a

crescent, ar.

CRAWHALL, a crow, supporting in dexter a

battle-axe. Prcesto et persto. see plate

CRAWLEY, Dors., a lion's head, erased, seme'e-

de- hurts, gorged with a ducal coronet.

see plate

CRAWLEY, Suss, and Beds., a crane, ppr., in

dexter a fleur-de-lis, or. see plate

CRAWLEY, Iri., a triangular harrow.

CRAWSHAW, Eng., a greyhound, current, ar.,

collared, gu.

CRAWSHAW, on a mount, a bull-dog, collared,

with pile of balls in front. '

CRAWSHAY, Eng., a grey hound, current, sa. .

CRAWSHAY, Norf., a dog, sa., standing over a

heap of olives, ppr.

CRAY, Kent, a chevalier on horseback, holding

a sword, in pale, ppr.

CRAYCRAFT, or CRECROFT, a stork, in dexter a

battle-axe, ppr. see plate

CREAGH, Iri., an arm, in hand a dagger, point

downward. u

CREAGH, a horse's head, bridled, decked with

a slip of laurel, all ppr. CREAGH, Iri., a nag's head, erased, bridled,

ppr.

CREAKE, Eng., a stag, passant, gu.

CREAN, Iri., a hand plucking a thistle, ppr.

CREASY, Eng., a greyhound's head, sa., col- lared, ar. . CRECK, Eng., a swan, ar. CREE, Sco., an arm, in armour, embowed,

wielding a scimitar, ppr. .

CREECK, Sco., in hand a crown of laurel, ppr.

Volenti nil difficile.

CREED, on an oak-branch, vert, a dove, ar., in

mouth a sprig, ppr., charged on breast with

a cross pattee, gu. see plate

CREED, a dove and olive-branch, ppr. CREED, Eng., a dragon's head, gu.

CREES, Warwicks., on a mount, a falcon, wings

addorsed, ducally gorged, belled. Gladio et

virtute. .

CREESE, Eng., a unicorn's head, couped, ppr.

Demique decus.

CREEVEY, or CREVY, a griffin, sejant, winged,

or.

CREIGHTON, Eng., a bomb-shell, fired, ppr. CREIGHTON, Earl of Erne. See ERNE. CREKE, Cambs., in a crescent, ar., a bundle of

five arrows, or, headed and barbed, ar., tied

with a ribbon, gu.

CREKETOT, Eng., a stag's head, erased, or. CREMER, Lond. and Norf., a ram's head,

erased, attired, of the first. -

CREMORE, Baron (Dawson), Iri., an etoile of

six points, or.

CRENAGE, or CRENIDGE, out of a mural coronet,

a demi-monkey, ppr.

CRENWAY, Eng., on a chapeau, gu., a boar.

passant, or.

CREPPING, or CREPING, Line., a lion, passant,

ppr., in dexter a crescent, ar.

CRESPIGNY, on a chapeau, gu., turned up,

erm., in gauntlet, ppr., a cutlass, ar., hilt

and pommel, or. CRESPINE, CRESPIN, or CRISPIN, a hydra, with

seven heads, vert.

CRESS, or CRESSE, Notts., a griffin's head,

couped, sa.

CRESS ALL, Eng., two lions' paws, erased, sup- porting a bezant, or. CRESSENOR, or CRESSNER, a dexter ami, em- bowed, in hand three wheat-stalks, ppr.

. II CRESSET, Salop, a demi-lion, rampant, gardant,

ar., ducally crowned, or, holding a beacon,

of the first, fired, ppr. CRESSWELL, Iri., a savage's head, ppr., wreathed,

vert.

CRESSWELL, Suff., a squirrel, sejant, cracking

a nut, ppr.

CRESSWELL, Eng., a lion, passant, gardant, ar.,

in dexter a mill-rind.

CRESSWELL, a dexter arm, embowed, vested,

slashed, in hand, ppr., a mace. CRESSWELL, Lond. andNortlwmb.,on a mount, vert, a torteau, charged with a squirrel, se- jant, ar.

CRESSWELL, Lond. and Nortlmmb., a goat's

head, erased, ar., attired, or.

CRESSY, Line., out of a ducal coronet, or, a

demi-eagle, displayed, ppr.

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CRESTON, a lion, passant, resting dexter on a torteau. see plate

CBESWELL of Pinkney Park, Wilts., a Sara- cen's head, ppr., wreathed, vert and ar. Aut nunquam tentes, aut perfice. :.

CEESWELL, oSTorthamp., on branch of tree, bar- wise, vert, a squirrel, sejant, gu., cracking a nut, or, between two hazel-twigs, fructed, ppr. see plate

CRESWELL, Northamp., a Saracen's head, ppr.

CRESWELL, Hants., a sinister arm, in chain armour, in hand, ppr., a cross botonnee, fitched, or.

CRESWICK, out of a ducal coronet, or, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a dagger, ppr.

CRETLNG, Kent, and CRETINGE, Suff., a bear, passant, transpierced by an arrow, in bend sinister.

CREVEGUER, or CREVERGUERE, Eng., a moun- tain in flames, ppr.

CREW, Chesh., out of a ducal coronet, or, a lion's gamb., ar.

CREW, Durh. , a ferret, collared and lined.

CREW, on a mount, vert, a doe, lodged, ppr.

CREWDSON, WILLIAM DILLWORTH, Kendal, an eagle, displayed, or, and sa. Mors janua vita.

CREWE, Baron (Crewe), out of a ducal coronet, or, a lion's gamb, erect, ar. Sequor nee in- ferior.

CREWE, Iri., in dexter hand an open book, ppr. comp. i

CREWE, a boar, passant, sa.

CREWKER, an arm, in armour, embowed, bran- dishing a scimitar. .

CREWS, CREWSE. or CRUSE, Devons., on a mount, vert, a stork, ppr., in dexter an escallop, ar.

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CREYKE of Rawcliffe, Yorks., on a garb, or, a raven, ppr. comp.

CREYKE, Yorks., on a garb, in fess, or, an eagle, wings addorsed, ar.

CREYKE, Yorks., a crow, wings addorsed, sa.

CRIALL, out of a mural coronet, a demi-lion, rampant, gardant, gu., between paws a key, or. see plate

CRICHE, Lond. and Oxon., a demi-lion, erm., crowned, or, holding a cross forme'e, fitched, gold.

CRICHTON, Eng. , a galley, oars in saltier, sa.

CRICHTON, Sco., a dragon's head, vert, vomiting fire, ppr. God send grace.

CRICHTON, a dragon's head, erased, ppr. Per- severantia.

CRICHTON, Sco., a pillar, ar. Stand sure.

CRICHTON, STUART-, Marquess of Bute. See BUTE.

CRICKET, or CRICKITT, Eng., a lion, passant, gardant, az.

CRICKET, or CRICKITT, Ess., a drake's head, erased, ppr. .

CRICKMAN, Eng., a stag, lodged, ppr.

CRIDLAND, Somers., issuing from clouds, two dexter hands, conjoined, ppr. . I

CRIGAN, Iri., a harp, ppr., ensigned with a human heart, gu.

CRIKTOFT, a demi-unicorn, az.

CRIMES, Dors., a martlet, sa.

CRIOLL, Eng., environed with clouds, ppr., a mullet, or.

CRIPPS, and CRIPS, Eng., an arm, in armour,

embowed, in hand a scimitar, ppr. CRISIE, Sco., a bee-hive, sa., with bees, volant,

or. Industria. I

CRISP, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, or, the

attires and scalp of a stag, all ppr. So. CRISP, a camel- leopard, statant, ppr. CRISP, or CRISPE, Kent, a camel-leopard, ar.,

pellettde, attired, collared, and lined, or. CRISP, or CRISPE, Middx., a camel-leopard, or,

attired and collared, or, lined, ar. CRISPIE, a lion, passant, gu., dexter resting on

a bezant, or. see plate

CRISPIN, a chevalier on horseback, at full speed,

tilting with a lance, all ppr.

CRITCHLEY, or CRITCHLOW, Eng., a harp, vert.

. ii CROACHROD, a wolf, regardant, pierced through

body by a spear, end in mouth.

CROAD, or CROADE, Eng., on a cloud a celestial

sphere, ppr. IO

CROASDAILE, Eng., a demi-man, in armour, in

hand a sword, ppr.

CROBBER, Eng., on a winged globe, an eagle,

wings expanded, ppr.

CROCHROD, Ess. and Suff., a demi-boar, ram- pant, regardant, gu., armed, or, transpierced

by a broken spear, ar., grasped in mouth.

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CROCKAT, or CROCKETT, a solan goose, ppr.

CROCKAT, or CROCKETT, Sco., a dog, sleeping, sa., spotted, ar. Tak tent. I

CROCKER, Devons., a cup, or.

CROCKER, Surr., a horse, passant, ar. Fama, semper vivit.

CROCKFORD, Eng., in dexter hand a roll of parchment.

CROFT, Bart., Heref., a griffin, sejant, ppr. Esse guam, videri.

CROFT, Bart., Yorks. and Kent. : (i.) A lion, passant, gardant, or, supporting a shield charged with the arms of St. George. Esse quam videri. (.) A lion, passant, gardant, per pale, indented, gu. and erminois, fore- dexter resting on an escutcheon, ar., charged with a representation of the star of the Order of the Tower and Sword, ppr. Valor e lealdade. see plate

CROFT, Yorks., a lion, passant, gardant, sa., supporting with dexter an escutcheon, peau, charged with a lion, passant, gardant, or.

see plate

CROFT, a wyvern, vert.

CROFT, a dragon's head, couped, vert.

CROFT, a talbot, sejant. comp. n

CROFTON, Bart., Iri., seven stalks of wheat, or. Dat Deus incrementum. comp.

CROFTON, Bart., of Leitrim, a wheat-stalk, ppr.

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CROFTON, an eagle's head, erased, ducally

gorged, in beak, a pheon, all ppr. CROFTON, Iri., an ear of wheat, ppr. CROFTON, Iri., a savage's head, ppr. CROFTON, out of a mount, vert, six ears of

wheat, or, bladed, ppr.

CROFTS of Velvetstown, Cork, a bull's head,

cabossed, sa. Virtute etfidelitate. CROFTS of Cloheen, Cork, same crest and

motto.

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CROFTS, a dragon's head, vert, charged with three ermine spots. see plate go

CROFTS, Heref. and Salop, a wyvern, wings addorsed, az. -

CROFTS, a lion, passant, gardant, or.

CROFTS, a bull's head, couped, sa., armed, or.

CROFTS, a bull's head, cabossed, ar., armed, or.

CROFTS, on a chapeau, az., turned up, erm.,

an eagle's neck, with two heads, erased, sa., gorged with an Eastern crown, or.

CROFTS, a talbot, sejant, erm. II

CROG, or CROGG, a crescent, gu., charged with an etoile, ar.

CROG, or CROGG, Eng., a cross moline, or, be- tween two ears of wheat, gold. I

CROKE, Knt., two swans' necks, addorsed and interlaced, issuing from a crescent, all ar.

CROKE, Bucks., two swans' necks, addorsed, conjoined in base, and erased, ar., in each beak an annulet, issuing from between the horns of a crescent, az.

CROKE, or CROOK, Eng., a celestial and ter- restrial sphere, ppr.

CROKER, Iri., a deini- wyvern, wings expanded, sa. II

CROKER, Devons., in a vase, a bouquet, ppr.

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CROKER, Lond. and Glouc.,anarm, in armour, embowed, garnished, or, in hand an anchor, ppr.

CROKER, Oxon., a raven, ppr., ducally gorged, or, in mouth an ear of wheat, gold.

CROKER of West Molesey, Surr., a drinking- cup, or, with three fleurs-de-lis above it, ppr., on centre a rose, gu. Deus edit eos and
CROKEY, Yorks., a lion's head, sa., erased, gu.

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CROLE, a unicorn's head, erased, ar., armed and crined, or, between two elephants' trunks,

, sa.

CROLLY, Eng., a wolf, passant, sa.

CROMBIE, Eng., a demi-lion, rampant, gardant, or, in dexter fleur-de-lis, gu. see plate

CROMBIE, an eagle, displayed, gu.

CROMBIE of Phesdo, Sco., an eagle, displayed, gu. fear God.

CROME, Berks, and Middx., out of a mural coronet, or, a demi-lion, sa., in dexter a fleur-de-lis, ar.

CROMER, on a ram's head, couped, gu., two pales, ar. -

CROMER, Norf., a crow, sa.

CROMER, Eng., a demi-lion, ar., armed and langued, gu.

CROMER, Eng., a chevalier, in armour, stand- ing beside a war-horse, holding bridle, all ppr.

CROMIE, Bart., Iri.: (r.) A centaur, with bow and arrow, ppr., the equestrian part, grey. . (.) A dexter hand, apaumee, ppr. Labor omnia vincit.

CROMIE, Iri., in dexter hand, erect, a cross crosslet, fitch ed. .

CROMLYN, a fawn's head, cabossed, or.

CROMMELIN, Carrowdore, Down: (i.) For Crommclirt, out of a ducal coronet, or, a swan,_ rising, ppr. . (.) For De la C/icro'ls, an anchor, az. Fac ct spera.

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CROMPE, Suss., three quatre foils, erect, or, stalked and leaved, ppr.

CROMPE, a cat, rampant, sa.

CROMPTON, Staff, and Lane., a talbot, sejant, or, in dexter a coil of rope, gold, see plate

CROMPTON, Staffs., out of a mural coronet, or, a sea-horse's head, ar. see plate

CROMPTON, Lond., out of a mural coronet, vert, a sea-horse's head, or. see plate

CROMPTON, Derb., a demi-horse, sa., vulned in chest by an arrow, ppr.

CROMPTON, Yorks., a demi-horse, sa., maned, or, vulned in chest by an arrow, ar.

CROMUEL, Hants., an eagle, displayed, in dex- ter a sword.

CROMWELL, Surr., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a pelican, or, guttee, az., vulned, gu.

CROMWELL, Hants., a demi-lion, rampant, ar., guttee, sa., holding a spear, or, headed, az.

see plate

CROMWELL of Chesnut Park, Herts., a demi- lion, rampant, ar., in dexter a gem ring, or. Pax quceritur betto. see plate

CROMWELL, Iri., in dexter hand an olive- branch, ppr.

CROMWELL, a demi-lion, rampant, or, holding a gem-ring, or, stone, gu. see plate

CROMWELL, in lion's gamb, a gem-ring, or, stone, gu.

CRON, or CRONE, seven arrows, six in saltier, and one in pale, or.

CRON, or CRONE, Eng., a demi-fish, az.

CROOK, Eng., a sinister hand issuing from a cloud in the dexter, pointing towards a ser- pent, head erected, ppr. comp. .

CROOK, an eagle, displayed, or.

CROOK, Sco., an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., in hand a fleur-de-lis, or.

CROOK, a raven, ppr.

CROOKE, Hants., a fleur-de-lis, or, environed by a snake, vert, its head issuing through it. in.

CROOKS, Sco., a demi-leopard, ppr. i

CROOKS, an elephant.

CROOKSHANK, Iri., a wyvern, wings addorsed, vomiting fire at both ends, ppr.

CROOKSHANK, Eng., in dexter hand an ear of wheat, ppr. -

CROOKSHANK, a demi-negro, in dexter a cocoa- nut, ppr.

CROONE, a lion's gamb, erect and erased, hold- ing a snake, all ppr.

CROPLEY, Lond. and Middx., a lynx, passant, gardant, ppr.

CROPLEY, Cambs. and Hunts., a mountain -cat, passant, erm.

CROPPER, Eng., a triangular harrow, ppr.

H. CROSBEY, or CROSBIE, Sco., stump of oak-tree,

shooting new branches. Resurgam. CROSBIE, Bart., Iri., and CROSBIE, Sco., three

swords, handles upwards, one in pale, two

in saltier, environed by a snake, all ppr. CROSBIE, or CROSBEY, Sco., a quill and sword,

in saltier, ppr.

CROSBIE, or CROSBY, Sco., a holy lamb, ppr. ,

standard, gu. Nil desperandum. II CROSBY, Iri., a lion, passant, gardant, ar. CROSBY, between horns of a crescent, a cross

flory, or. Te duce libertas ! CROSBY, Eng., two arms, couped, in saltier,

CBO i

ppr., vested, dexter, gu., sinister, az., each brandishing a scimitar.

CROSELL, Eng., a stag's head, at gaze, ' gu., armed, ar. I

CROSIER, an arm, erect, vested, gu., cuffed, ar., in hand a crosier, or.

CROSLET, Berks., a dragon's head, sa., collared, or, charged with a cinquefoil, gu.

CROSS, Chesh., on a mount, vert, a stork, erm., beaked and membered, gu., resting dexter on a cross crosslet, of the last, in mouth a plummet, sa.

CROSS, Iri., two hands, couped, and conjoined, in fess, holding a scimitar, in pale, ar.

CROSS, Norf., a griffin, passant, ar.

CROSS, a dragon's head, couped, vert.

CROSS, Eng., a lion, passant, gardant, support- ing an'anchor, ppr. see plate

CROSS, Sco., a griffin, segreant, winged, ar., tips, or.

CROSS, a dragon's head, erased.

CROSSDELL, out of a mural coronet, a cross patonee, charged with a leopard's face, be- hind cross two swords, in saltier, points up- ward.

CROSSE, Yorks., a stork, ppr., supporting with dexter a crescent, ar. c plate

CROSSE, Sco., a cross crosslet, az. Cerium petefinem.- . *

CROSSE, Sco., a cross crosslet, fitched, gu. Cerium pete finem.

CROSSE, Lane., a stork, ppr., in mouth a cross poine"e, ar. see plate

CROSSE, Somers., from the top of a tower, ar., flames issuing, ppr.

CROSSE, Lond., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a stork, az., resting dexter on a cross- moline, ar. see plate

CROSSE, Eng., a hand plucking a thistle, ppr.

CROSSFIELD, a lion, rampant.

CROSSLEY, Eng., on a rock, a swan, ppr.

GROSSMAN, Somers., a demi-lion, ermines, holding an escallop, sa.

CROSSWELL, an arm, erect, vested, in hand a club, ppr.

CROST, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, or, a swan's head, between wings, ppr.

CROSTE, Leic., a griffin's head, ar.

CROSTHWAITE, Iri., a fox, sejant, or.

or

CROTTY, Eng., in hand, a scorpion, ppr.

CROTTY, Iri., a hind, trippant, gu.

CROUCH, or CROWCH, Herts, and Lond., on a mount, vert, a lamb, couchant, ppr.

CROUCH, Eng., a sword, in pale, between two palm-branches, in orle, ppr.

CROUCH, Suss., same crest. Sedulo et honeste tutela.

CROUCHFIELD, on a mount, a palm-tree, ppr.

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CROUCHLEY, Eng., a leopard's face, ppr. CROUDACE, Durh., an angel, hands clasped on

breast, vested, ppr.

CROUGHTON, Eng., a leopard's head, erased,

affrontde, ducally gorged.

CROUGHTON, a dragon's head, couped, in mouth

a glove.

CROW, Iri., a goat, passant, ar., armed and

hoofed, sa.

CROW, Wei., a cock, ar., combed, wattled, and

membered, or.

CRU

CROW, Norf., five arrows, sa., feathered, ar.,

four in saltier, one in pale, banded, gu.

. II CROW, or CROWE, a camel's head, or, vulned,

gu. see plate

CROWCHER, a lion, couchant, ppr., charged

with a cross pattee, or. see plate

CROWDER, Eng. , an escallop, ar., charged with

a mullet, gu.

CROWDER, Surr., on broken shaft of a tilting-

spear, gu., an heraldic tiger, passant, ar.

CROWE, Eng., out of a mural coronet, an arm,

vested, in hand a mullet.

CROWGAY, or CROWGIE, an arm, from elbow, in

hand a key, ppr.

CROWGEY, Eng., a greyhound, current, ar.

CROWHALL, on a garb, a crow, ppr. comp. CROWHALL, Eng., on a rock, a crow, ppr. Nee

cupias, nee metuas.

CROWN, or CROWNE, a lion's head, erased, sa.,

ducally crowned, ar. see plate

CROWNALL, Eng., a bull's horns and scalp, ppr.

IS-

CROWNALL, Eng., in dexter hand a dagger, point downward, all ppr.

CROWTHER, Lond. and Salop., on a tilting- spear, gu., a tiger, passant, or. comp.

CROWTON, Eng., a stag's head, or.

CROZIER, Eng., a stag s head, cabossed, ppr.

CRUCK, Eng., a demi-greyhound, sa. -

CRUCKS, Sco. , a demi-leopard, ppr. I

CRUCKS, Sco., a fetterlock, az.

CRUDEN, Eng., a griffin's head, ppr.

CRUDINGTON, a boar, passant.

CRUELL, or CRULL, Eng., a centaur, shooting an arrow, ppr.

CRUGG, a falcon's head, couped, ar., collared, gu., wings addorsed. comp.

CRUICE, or CRUISE, Eng., a demi-lion, ram- pant, or.

CRUICE, or CRUISE, Iri., a greyhound's- head, erased, or.

CRUICKSHANK, Lond., a hawk's head, erased, ppr. Audito ct gradito.

CRUIKSHANK, an arm, in armour, in hand a sword, ppr.

CRUIKSHANK of Stracathro, Sco., in dexter hand, in armour, a dagger, in pale. Carcndo tutus.

CRUIKSHANKS, Sco., an arm, in armour, in hand a dagger, in pale, on point a boar's head, all ppr.

CRUIKSHANKS, a boar's head, erased, ppr. Vis fortibus arma. .

CRUIKSHANKS, Sco., a boar's head, couped, armed, and langued, az.

CRUKES, on a garb, in fess, an eagle, wings addorsed, vulning.

CRULL, or CRULLE, an arm, in armour, in fess, couped at elbow, holding, in pale, a broken lance, ppr., head falling to sinister.

CRUM, ALEXANDER, Sco., an oak tree, ppr. Fear God.

CRUMB, Sco., an eagle, displayed, ppr. Fear God. -

CRUMBIE, Sco., an eagle, with two heads, dis- played, ppr. -

CRUMP, or CRUMPE, Eng., a cat, salient, gar- dant, sa.

CBU

GUN

CRUMPTON, Eng., a fire-beacon, ppr.

CRUTCHFIELD, on a mount, vert, a palm-tree, ppr.

CRUTCHLEY, Eng., on a chapeau, a lion, pas- sant, gardant, ducally crowned, comp. IO

CRUTCHLEY, or CRUCHLEY, a talbot, sejant, ar.

. ii

CRUTTENDON, a goat's head, erased, ppr.

CRUTTENDON, an elk's head, ppr.

CRUTWELL, Eng., in hand a key, ppr.

CRUX, Kent, a demi-eagle, wings expanded, ar., in mouth a cross formee, fitched, sa.

see plate

CRYMES, Surr. and Devons., a martlet, vert.

CRYMES, an arm, embowed. in fess, vested, or, in hand a chaplet of laurel, ppr.

CRYNES, Eng., a lion's head, erased.

CUBIT, or CUBITT, Eng., out of clouds, a dex- ter and sinister hand, combating with scimi- tars, ppr.

CUBIT, or CUBITT, Norf., an arm, in armour, embowed, throwing an arrow.

CUCKBORNE, Eng., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a fire, ppr.

CUDDEN, Eng. a wolf, sejant, az.

CUDMORE, and CUDNOR, Ess. and Suff., a grif- fin, passant, or.

CUDMORE, and CUDNOR, Ess. and Suff., a grif- fin's head, erased, sa.

CUD WORTH, Lane., on a mount, vert, an arm, erect, vested, erminois, in hand a battle-axe, head, sa., handle, or.

CUE, a demi-lion, rampant, or, between paws, a garb, az.

CUERDEN, and CURETON, a stag's head, attired,

CUFF, Eng., a demi-griffin, ppr.

CUFFE, Earl of Desart. See DESART.

CUFFE, an arm, erect, vested, az., cuffed, erm., in hand a battle-axe, ppr.

CUFFE, WHEELER-, Bart., Iri., an arm, in armour, embowed, az., in hand a baton, gu. Animus tamen idem. comp.

CUILER, Eng., a broken spear, in pale, top falling to sinister, ppr.

GUILLEN, Iri., a mermaid, with comb and mir- ror, ppr.

CULCHECH, or CULEHECH, an ox -yoke, in bend, sa - .

CULCHECH, and CULCHETH, out of clouds, two hands, pulling an anchor from sea, all ppr.

CULEY, an arm, embowed, vested, in hand a scimitar, ppr., hilted, or.

CULLAMORE, Lond., a demi-Turk, in profile, vested, gu., billettee, or, tnrban, ar., cap, of the first, on top a crescent, of the third, in dex- ter a Turkish sceptre, of the second, .

CULLEN, Sco., a pelican, in nest, ppr. Non sibi.

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CULLETON, co. Wexford and London, a demi- lion, rampant, ppr., holding in dexter paw a cross calvary, in bend sinister, gu. Nescit vox missa reverti.

CULLIFORD, two elephants' probosces, addorsed, ppr.

CULLING, Eng., a griffin, segreant, ar. CULLOWE, Eng., a unicorn's head, ar. CULLUM, SuflF., a demi-lion, ppr., supporting a column, or. see plate

CULLUM, Bart., a lion, sejant, or, between paws

a column, ar., capital and base, gold. Sus-

tineatur. see plate

CULME, Devons., a lion, sejant, or, supporting

a pillar, ar. CULMER, Devons., a leopard, rampant, ppr.

ii.

CULPECK, Surr., a demi-unicorn, or. Honor rt veritas. - XI

CULPEPER, a falcon, ar., belled, or. CULVERTON, a pelican, vulning, ppr. CULY, Eng., a wolf's head, erased, erm, . CUMBER, Suss. , a lynx's head, or, charged with

three pellets.

CUMBERLAND, Eng., a hunting-horn, gu., be- tween wings, ppr. - CUMBERLAND, a demi-wolf, salient, sa.

CUMBERLEGE, or CUMBERDEDGE, Staffs., a Uni-

corn's head, erased, az. 'JO.

CUMBY, Eng., a griffin's head, erased, gu. CUMINE, CUMING, or CUMMIN, Sco., a garb, or.

Courage.

CUMINE, or GUMMING, Sco. and Eng., in a

maunch, gu., an arm, ppr. .

CUMINE, or CUMMING, Sco., in dexter hand, a

sword, ppr.

CUMINE, or CUMMING, Sco., in dexter hand, a

sickle, ppr. Ilinc garde nostra. CUMING, Sco., a lion, rampant, gu., in dexter

a dagger, ppr. Courage. GUMMING, Sco., an eagle, rising, ppr. Nil

arduum.

GUMMING, a lion, rampant, ppr., armed and

langued, gu. Courage.

GUMMING, Bart., N.S., a garb, or. Courage.

GUMMING, or CUMMYNG, two swords, in saltier, ppr. Courage. comp. I

CUMMINGS, in dexter hand, ppr., vested, az., a roll of paper, ar.

CUNDALL, CUNDILL, or CUNDY, Eng., two ears of wheat, in saltier, ppr.

CUNDELL, J. Ross, Leith, two ears of wheat, in saltier, ppr. Spes aspera levat.

CUNINGHAM, Sco., in hand a lozenge, or. .

CUNINGHAME of Caddell, Ayrs., a unicorn's head, erect, couped. Over, fork over.

CUNLIFFE, ROBERT E., Pendleton, Manchester, a greyhound, sejant, ppr., collared, or. Fi- deliter.

CUNLIFFE, Bart., Lane., a greyhound, sejant, ar., collared, sa.

CUNLIFFE, a hawk, rising, ppr.

CUNLIFFE, Kent and Lane., a greyhound, sejant, ar., collared, or.

CUNNINGHAM, Sco., a unicorn's head, ar., maued and horned, or. Over, fork over.

CUNNINGHAM of Bedland, a unicorn's head, couped, ar., horned and maned, or. Virtute et labore.

CUNNINGHAM, trunk of oak-tree, with sprigs, vert. Tandem,.

CUNNINGHAM, Bart, N.S., in dexter hand, ppr., a lozenge, or. Curd ct candor e.

CUNNINGHAM, on a ducal coronet, or, a mount, vert, thereon a stork, statant, in mouth a snake, tail coiled, body, ppr. see plate \

CUNNINGHAM of Baquhan, a boar's head, couped, az. Cura et constantla.

CUNNINGHAM of Lainshaw, Sco., stump of oak- tree, ppr., with sprig, vert. Non obstante Leo. .

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CUNNINGHAM of Robertland, Sco., a unicorn's head. Fortitudine.

CUNNINGHAM of Bonintoun, a demi-lady, holding a pair of scales. Prcestat auro virtus.

CUNNINGHAM, Iri., a lion's head, erased, or, ducally crowned, az.

CUNNINGHAM, a cubit arm, erect, vested, cuffed, ar., in hand a pine-apple, ppr.

CUNNINGHAM, Eng., a demi-unicorn, or. II

CUNNINGHAM, out of a ducal coronet, or, a dragon's head, collared and chained, wings addorsed. comp.

CUNNINGHAM, HARRY, Gattonside, Roxb., a soldier fully equipped, on horseback, at full speed, and holding a sword, erect, ppr. Nee timeo, nee sperno. II

CUNNINGHAM, a dexter hand holding up a ring.

CUNNINGHAM of Balgonie, an oak-tree, ppr. Tandem.

CUNNINGHAM, FAIRLIE-, Bart., Sco., a unicorn's head, ar., horned, or, point of horn charged with a rose, gu. Fortitudine.

CUNNINGHAM, a unicorn's head, erased, ppr. Sans varier. -

CUNNINGHAM, Edin., a unicorn's head, en ar. Over, fork over.

CUNNINGHAME, martlet, volant. Prospere qui sedulo. I

CUNNINGHAME, Bart., Ayrshire, a unicorn's head, erased, ppr. Over, fork over.

CUNNINGHAME, Durh., stump of oak-tree, sprouting, ppr.

CUNNINGHAME, Eng., an arm, in armour, in hand, a sword, ppr.

CUNNINGTON, a demi-lion, rampant, gu.

CUNYNGHAME, Bart., of Milncraig, Sco., a uni- corn's head, armed and crined, or. Over, fork over.

CUPHOLME, Line., a ram's head, erased, gu., attired, or. -

CUPPAGE, Eng., a sun-dial, ar.

CUPPLADE, Lane., a lion's head, erased, enn.,

charged with three gutte'es, or, two and one.

comp.

CUPPLES, Eng., a demi-maii, in military cos- tume, ppr., holding a banner, az.

CURE, Lond., out of a ducal coronet, ar., a griffin's head, wings expanded, charged on neck with a rose, gu. see plate

CURE, Middx., a griffin's head, erased.

CURL, and CURRELL,SCO., a bugle-horn, stringed and knotted. Forward. I. or

CORLE, Hants., an eagle, wings expanded, ppr., beaked and legged, or. loo.

CURLE, on a mount, vert, a hedge-hog, ppr. Un Dieu, un roy, unfoy. -

CURLEY, and CURLING, Kent, on a mural coronet, or, a dragon's head, erased, vert, ducally gorged and lined, of the first, from the mouth issuing flames of fire, ppr.

see plate

CURLING, Eng., a savage's head, in profile, ppr., wreathed, vert.

CURRAN, and CURREN, Iri., a parrot's head, between wings. .

CURRELL, Devons., a peacock's head, couped, ppr.

CURRER, a sword, erect, ppr.

CURRER, Yorks., a lion's head, erased, ar., col- lared, sa., rimmed and studded, or. Merite.

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CURRER, Clifton House, Yorks. : (i.) Tor Currer, a lion's head, erased, ar., gorged with a collar, sa., charged with three bezants. (.) Tor RoundeU, a sword, erect, ppr.

CURREY, Eng., a golden fleece, ppr.

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CURRIE, or CURREY, a rose, ar., barbed and seeded, vert.

CURRIE, Sco., a demi-lion, rampant, ppr. Courage.

CURRIE of Bush Hill, Middx., a demi-lion, rampant, ppr.

CURRIE, Eng., a golden fleece, ppr.

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CURRIE. Sco., a cock crowing, ppr. Viyilans et audax.

CURRY, a demi-lion, ar. Fortis et lenis.

CURRY, a cock, gu.

CURRYER, Lond., a cihquefoil, vert.

CURSON, a popinjay, wings expanded, or, beak- ed, legged, and collared, gu.

CURSON, Derb., a cockatrice, wings addorsed, tail nowed, gu.

CURSON, an eagle, wings displayed. Let Cur- son hold what Curson held.

CURTAYNE, on a rock, a leopard, sejant, ppr.

see plate

CURTEIS of Windmill Hill, Suss., a unicorn, passant, or, between four trees, ppr.

see plate

CURTEIS, a wolf's head, couped, ar., collared, and spiked, sa., chained, or. see plate

CURTEIS, CURTESS, CURTEYS, CURTOIS, or CUR- TOYS, Eng., a demi-husbandman, vested, az., over shoulder an ox-yoke, ppr. ** *

CURTIS, Bart., Middx., a ram's head, couped, ar., surmounted by two oak-branches, in, saltier, ppr. Gradatione vincimus.

CURTIS, Bart., Hants., out of a naval coronet, an arm, embowed, vested, az., cuffed, ar., supporting a flag-staff, ppr., thereon a flag, of the second, charged with a wolf's head, or, and a canton gyronne of four, gu. and az., thereon a cross, of the third, within a bordure, of the first. Per ardua.

CURTIS, Eng., an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a sword, ppr., garnished, ar.

CURTIS, a greyhound's head, between two roses.

CURTIS, Suff., a lion, sejant, ppr., in dexter a shield.

CURTIS, Iri., in hand sheaf of arrows, points downward.

CURTIS of East Cliffe, Devons., an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand, ppr. , a scimitar, ar., hilt and pommel, or. . Another crest, an arm, in armour, erect, in hand a sword, all ppr., hilt and pommel, or. Vette benefacere.

CURTOYS, Eng., a triton, in sinister, a trident.

CURWAN, a nag's head, erased, ppr. I.

CURWEN, Eng., a demi - savage, regardant, wreathed about head and middle with leaves, all ppr. -

CURWEN of Workington Hall, Cumb., a uni- corn's head, erased, ar., armed, or. Si je n'estoy. -

CURZON, a griffin, sejant, resting dexter on an escutcheon. see plate

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CURZON, Earl Howe, and Barons Scarsdale and Teynham. See those titles.

CUSACH, CUSACK, and CUSACKE, a spear, en- filed with a savage's head, couped, ppr.

CUSACKE, Eng., in dexter hand a sword, in- dented on back, cutting at a quill, all ppr.

CUSAKE, Iri., a mermaid, with comb and mirror, ppr.

GUSH, or CUSHE, Eng., a cock, sa., combed and wattled, gu.

CUSHNEY, Sco., an anchor, ppr., surmounted by a fleur-de-lis. Spes meum solatium.

CUSSANS, Eng., a dexter hand holding a boar's head, in pale, erased, ppr.

CUSSANS, or CUSSONS, an eagle, displayed, gu., armed and langued, az., on breast a bend, ar., charged with three fleurs-de-lis, sa. Dum spiro spero. see plate

CUST, Earl Brownlow. See BROWNLOW.

CUST, Line., a lion's head, erased, sa., collared, gobone"e, ar. and az.

CUSTANCE, Eng., a covered cup.

CUSTANCE, Norf., out of a ducal coronet, or, a phoenix, gu., in flames, ppr.

CUSTANCE of Weston House, Norf., a demi- eagle, displayed, gu., charged on breast with a star, or. Appetitus ratiuni pareat.

comp. II

CUTBERD, CUTHBERD, CUTHBERT, and CuTBERT,

a lion's head, erased, ar., collared, gu., charged with three cross crosslets, fitched, of the first. comp.

CUTHBERT, or CUTHBURT, Eng., on a heart, gu., an eagle's claw, erased at thigh, ppr.

CUTHBERT, Sco., in hand, gauntleted, a dart. Nee minus fortiter.

CUTHBERT, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a broken spear, all ppr.

CUTHBERT, Iri., a demi-lion, az., between paws a battle-axe, ppr.

CUTHBERTSON, Sco., a gauntleted hand throw- ing a dart. Nee minus fortiter.

CUTHELL, or CUTHILL, on a ducal coronet, a leopard, sejant.

CUTLER of Upton, Devons., same crest.

CUTLER, Suff., a demi-lion, gu., holding a battle- axe, ppr., handle, ar. comp.

CUTLER, Suff., a dragon's head, erased, or, du- cally gorged, gu.

CUTLER, Yorks., a dragon's head, erased, or, ducally gorged, az.

CUTLER, a dragon's head, erased, gu.

CUTLER, a dragon's head, erased, az., gorged with a mural coronet, or, in mouth a laurel- branch, vert.

CUTTES, an eagle, displayed, ar., beaked and meinbered, gu.

CUTTING, a demi-griffin, ar., collared, az., be- tween claws an escallop, or. see plate

CUTTS, a greyhound's head, erased, ar., col- lared, gu., ringed, or.

CUYET, Eng., a goat's head, erased, sa.

CUTLER, Bart., Herts., on a mural coronet, ppr., a battle-axe, erect, surmounted by two arrows, in saltier, or, flighted, ar., points upward.

CYFER, Eng., a griffin's head, ppr.

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DABBINS, out of a mural coronet, chequy, ar.

and sa., an acorn, ppr.

DABERNON, Devons., in a maunch, gu., a hand,

apaumee, ppr.

DABETOT, or DABITOT, a dove with olive-branch,

Ppr. .

DABRIDGCOURT, out of a ducal coronet, or,

four feathers, ar. .

DACASTA, a reindeer, trippant, ppr.

DACCOMB, a pair of wings conjoined. . DACKCOMBE, Dors., an oak-tree, ppr., fructed,

or. Virtutis robore robor.

DA COSTA, a reindeer, passant, ppr. DACRE, an eagle, rising, sa.

DACRE, Baron (Brand), out of a ducal coronet,

or, a leopard's head, ar., spotted. Pour lien

desirer. n. i

DACRE, a bull, statant, gu.

DACRE, a bull, passant, collared and lined.

Forte en loyaute. comp.

DACRE, a demi-tiger, ducally gorged and

chained, ppr.

DACRES, Heref., a buckle.

DACRES, a dove, az., charged on neck with an

escallop, or, between two oak-branches, vert.

DADE, Norf. and Suff., a garb, or, en filed with

a ducal coronet.

DADLEY, an arm, embowed, in hand two slips

of columbine, all ppr. In malos cornu. D'AETH a griffin's head, erased, or.

D'AETH, a griffin's head, couped, or, in mouth a trefoil, slipped, vert.

DAGGET, an eagle, displayed, gu., charged with a bezant.

DAGGET, Sco., a demi-talbot, sa., collared, or.

DAGLEY, Eng., a Minerva's head, from shoul- ders, affronte'e.

DAGWORTH, in lion's paw, erased, hilt of broken sword, ppr.

DAILE, Sco., a swan's head and neck, couped, ppr. Laudes cano hcroum. comp. I

DAINTRY, Eng., a bull's head and neck, ducally gorged, ppr.

DAISIE, Sco., a hawk's head, erased, ppr.

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DAKEHAM, Line, and Salop, a dove, or. DAKEYN, and DEAKIN, Derb., out of a naval coronet, or, an arm, embowed, ppr., in hand a battle-axe, on wrist a ribbon, az.

comp.

DAKYNS, Derbs. and Yorks., a dexter arm, embowed, ppr., in hand a battle-axe, ar. Strike, Dakyns, the Devil's in the hempe.

DALAVALL, Northumb., a ram's head, ar., at- tired, or. - DALBIAC, Yorks., a dove, wings expanded, in mouth an olive-branch. DALBIE, and DALBY, a crane, regardant, rest- ing foot on a stone. . I

DAL

D'AM

DALBT, Eng., a demi-Hercules, with lion's skin and club, ppr. I.

DALE, a swan, ppr. n

DALE, Sco., an arm, brandishing a scimitar, ppr.

DALE, an arm, in hand a sword, in bend, ppr.

DALE of Newton-Montague, Dors., a garb, ppr.

DALE, Northumb. , a stork, ppr. .

DALE, Ruts., three battle-axes, one in pale, and two in saltier, handles, or, heads, ar., enfiled with a chaplet of roses, gold.

DALE, Lond. and Northamp., a stork, ar., beaked, legged, and ducally gorged, or.

comp.

DALE, on a chapeau, a stork, ppr.

DALES, Eng., a demi-lion, rampant, or, col- lared, gu.

D ALGETY, or DALGETTY, Eng., a lion, rampant, gardant, az.

DALGLEISH, Sco., trunk of oak-tree, sprouting new branches. Revirescam.

DALGLISH, Sco., a book, expanded, ppr. Deli- cice mei.

DALHOUSIE, Earl of, Lord Ramsay, Sco. (Ram- say), a unicorn's head, couped, ar., armed and crined, or. Ora et labora. ' .

DALHURST, a crescent, ar.

DALLNGRUGGE, Eng., a demi-lion, ppr. ALISON, Kent and Line., a man, in armour,

" ppr., in dexter a battle-axe, ar. , handle, gu.

DALL, Eng., a sword and pen, in saltier, ppr.

DALL, a lion, passant, gardant, ducally gorged, and royally crowned. Coronat fides.

comp. plate

DALLAS, Sco., a crescent. Gradatim.

DALLAS, Bart., Staff., a crescent. Lux venit ab alto.

DALLAS, Sco., an open lancet, ppr. Semper paratus.

DALLAS, a crescent.

DALLENDER, Suff. and Surr., an eagle's head, vairy, ar. and gu. IO.

DALLES, a demi-lion, or, collared, gu.

DALLEY, Iri., a ferret, collared and lined, ppr.

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DALLEY, and DALLY, Eng., a demi-angel, in dexter a griffin's head, erased, ppr. .

DALLING, Bart., Surr., a cubit arm, erect, in hand a branch of oak, fructed, ppr.

DALLING, a cannon, arched over with a chain, within the arch a lion's head, erased, ppr.

DALLY, a horse's head, armed.

DALLYSON, Middx., the sun rising from a cloud, ppr. i

DALLYSON, a man, in complete armour, ppr., visor open, striking with a battle-axe, which he wields with both hands.

DALMAHOY of that Ilk, in dexter hand a sword, both ppr. Absque metu.

DALMER, Eng., on a chapeau, a lion's head, erased, ducally crowned.

DALMER, a demi-lion, rampant, erminois, be- tween paws, a mullet of six points, ar., pierced, vert. see plate

DALMORY, a wolf, current. I

DALRYMPLE, ELPHINSTOX-, Bart., Sco., in the centre a rock, ppr. Firme. . On the dexter, two horns of a bull, issuing, per fess, or and sa., counterchanged. . On the

Atavis. Firm. Steady. in armour, in

sinister, an arm, in armour, in hand an

ostrich-feather, in pale, all ppr. DALRYMPLE, Earl of Stair. See STAIR. DALRYMPLE, Sco., a hart's head, ppr. DALRYMPLE, Eng., a lion's head, erased, or.

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DALRYMPLE, Sco., a rock, ppr. Quicscam. DALRYMPLE, Bart. , Iri., a rock, ppr. Firm.

- DALRYMPLE, Bart., Sco., out of a viscount's

coronet, a rock, ppr. Firm.

DALRYMPLE, Sco., a rock, ppr. DALRYMPLE, Sco., a rock, ppr. DALRYMPLE, Sco., a rock, ppr. DALSIEL, Lond., a demi-man

dexter a scimitar, brandished aloft, ppr. /

dare.

DALSTON, Cumb., out of a ducal coronet, or, a

falcon's head, ppr.

DALSTON, Cumb., a blackbird's head, ppr.,

beaked, or. comp. .

DALSTON, out of a ducal coronet, or, an eagle's

head, ppr., in beak a pellet.

DALTON, Lane., a dragon's head, vert, between

wings, or.

DALTON, Yorks. and Line., a dragon's head,

wings displayed, vert, gorged with a collar,

nebulee, ar. DALTON, Eng., a ram's head, couped, ar.,

attired, or.

DALTON, Iri., a seax, ppr.

DALYELL, Sco., a demi-man, in armour, in hand

a scimitar.

DALYSON, the sun, in splendour. I

DALZELL, Eng., a dagger, in pale, ppr. DALZIELL, Bart., Sco., in dexter hand a scimi- tar, ppr. I dare. DALTON of Thurnham, a dragon's head, vert,

between wings, or.

DALTON of Dunkirk Manor, Glouc., a^demi-

dragon, vert, wings ouvert. Inter cruces

triumphans in cruce.

DALY, a demi-angel, in hand a griffin's head,

erased, ppr.

DALY, Iri., a ferret, collared and lined, ppr.

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DALZELL, Earl of Carnwath. See CARNWATH. DALZIEL, Lond., a demi-man, in armour, in

dexter a scimitar, ppr. I dare.

DALZIEL, Sco., a sword, in pale, ppr. / dare.

/ dare.

DALZIEL, Eng., a branch of laurel and a thistle,

issuing from two hands, couped and con- joined, one armed, the other nude. DAMANT, Eng., two lions' heads, addorsed.

. II

DAMBOYS, Eng., a rook, sa.

DAMER, Earl of Dorchester, out of a mural

coronet, or, a talbot's head, az., eared, gold.

Tu ne cede malis.

DAMER, Dors., out of a mural coronet, or, a

talbot's head, az., eared, gold.

DAMERLEY, Eng., in dexter hand a scimitar,

both ppr.

DAMERLEY, Eng., a lion's head, erased, within

a chain, or, in orle.

DAMMANT, Eng., in dexter hand a scimitar,

ppr.

D'AMORIE, Glouc., out of a mural coronet, or,

a talbot's head, az., eared, gold.

DALZIEL, in dexter hand a scimitar.

DAM

DAMORY, Iri., a demi-lion, rampant, gardani;, sa.

DAMPORT, Chesh., a lion, passant, erm., du- cally crowned, or, resting dexter on an escutcheon, gold. comp.

DAMPORT, Lane, and Somers., a man's head, in profile, ppr., with halter round neck, or. comp.

DAN, a bull's head, affrontee. ip

DAN, or DANN, out of a mural coronet, a demi- monkey, rampant. -

DAN, or DANA, Eng., a bull's head, affrontee.

or

DANBY, Yorks., a crab, erect, or.

DANCASTLE, Berks., a stag's head, ar., attired, or, vulned in neck, ppr. comp.

DANCE, HOLLAND, Berks, and Hants., a horse's head, az., caparisoned, or, charged on neck with an escutcheon, ar., thereon a lion's head, erased, gu. comp.

DANCE, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, a stag's head, affrontee.

DANCE, a horse's head, couped, az., bridled, gu.

DANCE, a horse's head, ar.

DANCE, Herts., a horse's head, couped, sa., wreathed round neck with oak, vert, bit, or, bridle, of the first.

DANCER, Bart., Iri., an arm, in armour, em- bowed, in hand a broken spear.

DANCER, Eng., a pheon, with part of broken shaft.

DANCEY, Wilts., a horse's head, couped, gu., bezantde, maned and bridled, or.

DAND, Notts., on a mount, vert, a swan, ar.

- DANDERN, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-

ostrich, wings expanded, ar. .

DANDRIDGE, Wore., a lion's head, erased,

charged with a mascle, ar. comp. DANDY, Suff., on a garb, or, a dove, close, ar. DANE, a griffin's head, erased.

DANE, Somers., out of a ducal coronet, or, a

demi-lizard, vert. comp. I and

DANE, Iri., out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi- lizard, salient, ppr. DANES, or DANEYS, Eng., a quadrangular

castle.

DANET, Eng., a greyhound's head, couped, ar.,

collared, gu., studded and buckled, or. . I o DANPORD, Eng., a man in military costume,

ppr., in dexter a flag, displayed. ,

DANGERFIELD, a savage's head, wreathed with

laurel-leaves, ppr. i

DANGERFIELD, Wore., a griffin's head, erased,

ppr.

DANHECK, a thistle, ppr.

DANHECK, Lond., a rose, ppr.

DANIEL, Wilts, and Yorks., a unicorn's head,

erased, or.

DANIEL, a dexter arm, enfiled with a ducal

coronet, in hand a sabre.

DANIEL, a pelican, encircled with two branches

of laurel, all ppr. comp.

DANIEL, Eng., a unicorn's head, couped, ar.,

attired, or.

DANIEL, Eng., a galley, oars in saltier. DANIEL, Iri., a bull, passant, ppr.

DANIELL, Cornw., and DANIELS, Hants., on

two oak branches, vert, fructed, or, meeting

saltierwise in base, a pelican, enn., in nest,

feeding her young, ppr. i j

D'AB

DANIELL, Somers., Chesh., and Suff., a tiger, passant, regardant, ar. n.

DANIELL, Staffs., a wolf, statant, regardant,

gu.





DANIELL, Sco., a unicorn's head, ar. DANIELL, Herts., Yorks., and Wilts., a uni- corn's head, erased, or. DANIELL, Dors., an arm, couped, in fess, vested,

az., cuffed, or, in hand a cross crosslet,

fitched, in pale, gu.

DANIELL, Somers. and Chesh., a unicorn's

head, couped, ar.

DANIELS, Hants., a dove, with olive-branch,

ppr. .

DANKYRSLEY, Yorks., a demi-woman, vested,

ar., playing on a harp, or.

DANMARE, Eng., a lion's gamb, sa., supporting

an escutcheon, gu.

DANNAT, or DANNANT, a greyhound's head,

erased, ar., collared, or, the ring, gu.,

charged with three torteaux. comp. . DANSEY of Easton Court, Heref., a lion's head,

erased, ar., collared, gu.

DANNCEY, or DAUNCEY, Heref., a lion's head,

erased, ar., collared, gu.

DANNSEY, a nag's head, gu., bezantee, maned

and bridled, or.

DANNSEY, a dragon's head, erased, vert. DANREY, Cornw., a horse, passant, saddled and

bridled.

DANSEY, Eng., a demi-savage, wreathed round

middle, in dexter slip of myrtle, all ppr.

and DANSEY, Heref., a lion, rampant, per fess, or

and gu.

DANSIE, a sea-horse, ppr.

DANSON, a garb, quarterly, or and gu. DANT, a chough's head, erased, sa., beaked,

gu.

DANVERS, Lond. and Bucks., a fleur-de-lis,

erm. , enfiled with a ducal coronet, or. DANVERS, a wyvern, or. .

DANVERS, Leic., a parrot, close, in mouth an

oak-branch, fructed, all ppr. see plate DANVERS, Oxon. and Northamp., a parrot,

vert, in mouth an annulet, or. .

DANVERS, a wyvern, wings addorsed, or. DANYERS, a parrot, ppr.

DAPIPER, an eagle, az.

DARBY, an eagle, ppr.

DARBY, Iri., a yew-tree, ppr. I

DARBY, Line., an antelope's head, erased, gu.,

maned, tufted, armed, and double attired in

fret, or.

DARBY, Lond. and Dors., out of a tower, ar.,

two .wings, the dexter or, sinister, az. DARBY, Suff., a garb, ar., banded, or. DARBY, Middx. and Dorc., an eagle's head,

erased, ar.

DARCEY, Ess., a lady, attired, hair dishevelled,

ppr., in hand a branch of three cinquefoils,

vert.

DARCIE, Line, and Durh., a woman's head,

couped at breasts, ppr., hair flowing, or,

wreathed about head with cinquefoils, gu.,

pierced, or.

DARCY, or D'ARCY, Eng. and Iri., a spear,

broken in three pieces, head in pale, two

in saltier, ppr., banded, gu.

D'ARCY, a bull, ppr. UnDieu, un roi. D'ARCY, North umb., on a chapeau, ar., turned

up, erm., a bull, passant, sa.

D'AB





DAV

D'ARCY, Eng. and Iri., on a chapeau, ppr., a bull, statant, sa.

D'ARCY, Ess., a demi- virgin, in dexter a branch of cinquefoils, all ppr.

D'ARCY, Westmeath, on a chapeau, a bull, sa., armed, or. Un Dieu, un roi.

D'ARCY of New Forest, co. Galway, on a cha- peau, gu., turned up, erm., a bull, sa., armed, or. Un Dieu, un roi.

D'ARCY, Galway, a spear, broken in three pieces, or, headed, ar., banded together by ribbon, gu. Un Dieu, un roi.

DARCYE, Eng., a lion's head, issuing, ar., col- lared, sa.

DARE, Ess., a demi-lion, rampant, az., seme'e of bezants, charged on shoulder with a cross crosslet, or, between paws a lozenge, of the same, charged with an increscent, gu. Loy- ante sans tache.

DARE, on a chapeau, a demi-lion, ppr., between paws an increscent, ar.

DARE, an arm, couped and embowed, in fess, elbow on the wreath, girt above elbow with a ribbon, in hand a slip of laurel, all ppr.

DARELL, Cornw., a wolf, passant, ppr.

DARELL, Kent, out of a ducal coronet, or, a Saracen's head, couped belmv shoulders, ppr., wreathed, ar. and az., on head a cap, of the last, fretty, ar., turned up, erm.

DARK, an arm, embowed, purp., in hand a streamer, az., on flag, an escutcheon, ar., charged with a cross, sa. comp.

DARKER, an arm, embowed, in hand a bunch of hop- vine, all ppr.

DARLEY of Aldby, Yorks., a horse's head, couped, gu., accoutred in armour and bridled, or. Vivitur ingenio. Ji. *]

DARLEY, Iri., out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-lion, vert* .

DARLEY, a garb, ar., banded, or, charged with an anchor, sa.

DARLEY, a garb, ar., banded, or.

DARLEY, a horse's head, ar., bridled, gu. Dare.

DARLEY, Yorks., a horse's head, couped, gu., accoutred in armour, ar., bridled, or.

DARLEY, Yorks., on an esquire's helmet, out of a mural coronet, a lion, rampant, holding a staff.

DARLING, ANDREW, Toronto, Canada, in hand a heart. Dei donum.

DARLING, Eng., in hand, gauntleted, a pheon, erect, point upward.

DARLING, Lond., a lady, ppr., vested in a loose robe, ar., body pink, flowing round her a robe, az., in dexter a cross crosslet, fitched, gu., in sinister a book, ppr. comp.

DARLING, out of a mural coronet, or, an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., in hand an escut- cheon, charged with two swords, in saltier.

DARLING, Sco., in hand, a heart, ppr. Dei donum.

DARLINGTON, Eng., a winged pillar. I

DARLSTON, Wore., a hawk's head, between wings, beaked, or.

DARNALL, DARNEL, or DARNOL, a lion's head, erased, ar., between wings, or.

DARNELL, Durh., on a cock-pheasant, sitting, ppr., a falcon's leg, erased and belled.

DARNLEY, Earl of, Iri. See BLIGH.

DARNLEY, on a ducal coronet, a martlet, ppr.

,

DAROCH, a deini-negro, in dexter a dagger, ppr.

DARRELL, Bart., Surr., out of a ducal coronet, or, a Saracen's head, couped at shoulders, ppr., bearded, sa., wreathed, ar. and az., en head a cap, of the last, tasselled, gold, turned

up, erm.

comp.

DARRELL, an eagle, preying on a child, swad- dled, ppr. DARRELL, a goat's head, erased, ar., attired, or.

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DART, or DARTE, a flame of fire, ppr. DARTEY, a nag's head, couped, armed, and

bridled.

DARTMOUTH, Earl of (Legge), out of a ducal

coronet, or, a plume of five ostrich-feathers,

three ar., two az. Gaudet tentamine virtus.

DARVALL, or DARWALL, a lion's head, gorged

with a collar, charged with three bezants.

comp. DARWELL, Eng., a lion's head, erased, or,

ducally crowned, gu. comp.

DARWEN, or DARWIN, a camel's head, couped,

ppr.

DARWIN of Breadsall Priory, Derbs., a demi-

griffin, vert, between claws an escallop, or.

see plate DASHWOOD, Bart., Oxon., a griffin's head,

erased.

DASHWOOD, Lond., a griffin's head, erased, per

fess, or and gu. Pro Magnd Chartd. DASHWOOD of Stanford Park, Notts., a griffin'

head, erased, erm.

DAST, a flame of fire, ppr.

DASTIN, Wore., a reindeer's head, ar., couped,

gu., pierced through neck by a broad

arrow.

DATMER, an eagle's head, erased, ppr. DAUBENEY, GEORGE-MATTHEWS, Esq., of Cote,

Glouc., a pair of wings, sa.

DAUBENY, Glouc., two dragons' wings displayed,

ar. comp.

DAUBUZ, a griffin's head, wings addorsed, ppr.

DAUBIE, Cornw., a horse, passant, saddled and

bridled.

DAULBENY, an eagle, wings expanded, or.

DAUNCEY, Heref., a lion's head, erased, ar.,

collared, gu.

DAUNSEY, a nag's head, couped and bridled.

.

DAUNSCOURT, a negro's head, couped at shoul- ders, vested, pendents at ears, or, wreathed

on forehead, and with bats' wings to head,

expanded, sa.

DAUNT of Owlpen, Glouc., and Gortigrenane,

co. Cork, a bugle-horn, or, stringed, sa.

Vigilo et spero. I. or

DAUNT, a bugle-horn, or, strung. I.

DAUNT, Eng., a cockatrice, displayed, ppr. DAUNTSEY, out of a ducal coronet, in dexter

hand a fleur-de-lis. -

DAUVERGEUE, Eng., a horse's head, sa., bridled,

or.

DAV ALL, or DAVELL, Yorks., a terrestrial globe,

ppr.

DAVELL, Yorks., a dexter hand, apaumde,

charged with an eye, ppr.

DAVENANT, Ess., a sinister arm, embowed, in

hand a chaplet of wheat, or. II

DAV





DAV

DAVENPORT, a friar's head, in profile, ppr., hooded, sa., round neck a rope, of the first.

DAVENPORT, a Saracen's head, in profile, ppr., wreathed, and round neck a rope.

comp.

DAVERNETT, a woodpecker, close, ppr.

DAVERPORT, a lion, passant, erm., ducally crowned, or, resting dexter on an escutcheon, gold.

DAVERS, Eng., a demi- savage, in dexter a club, in sinister a serpent, no wed, ppr.

DAVERS, a talbot, passant, ar.

DAVERS, Suff., a jay, ppr., in beak an annulet, or. comp. .

DAVET, an ostrich's head, in mouth a horse- shoe, between two feathers. .

DAVEY, Suss., a horse's head, in armour, issuing, on top a plume of ostrich feathers, all ppr. Non inferiora.

DAVID, Wei., a lion's head, erased.

DAVID, a lamb, passant, ar., in mouth a sprig, vert, fructed, gu. comp.

DAVIDGE, Somers., a demi -lion, ar., gorged with a collar, gu., charged with three lions, passant, of the same. see plate

DAVIDSON, Sco., a falcon's head, couped, ppr. Viget in cinere virtus.

DAVIDSON, Eng., out of a mural coronet, az., a lion's head, gu.

DAVIDSON, Sco., a pheon.

DAVIDSON, Sco., in dexter hand a human heart, ppr. Sapienter si sincere. J-

DAVIDSON, a lamb, bearing cross and banner.

- 'o DAVIE, Bart., Devons., a holy lamb, ppr. Aus-

pice Christo.

DAVIE, on a chapeau, vert, turned up, erm., a

boar, ar., armed and crined, or, gorged with

a bough, ppr. comp.

DAVIE, Sco., an eagle's head, couped, ppr.

Sedulitate.

DAVIE, Devons. and Sco., a paschal lamb, ar.,

bearing banner, gu., charged with a cross.

Auspice Christo. n

DAVIES, Ven. Archdeacon, Court - y - Gollen,

Crickhowell, Brecknocksh, a dragon's head, in

mouth a bloody hand. Vive ut vivas. DAVIES of Harrington Hall, Salop, a lion's

head, couped. Heb ddun heb ddym dd&wa-

dygan.

DAVIES, SAUNDERS-, of Pentre, Pembroke:

(i.) For Daiies, a wolf, salient, ar. .

(.) For Saunders, a demi -bull, salient,

couped at loins, ar. Solemferre possum. DAVIES, Lond. , on a cap, sa., turned up, or, a

demi-lion, rampant, gold.

DAVIES, Salop, on a mount, vert, a goat, lodged,

ar., against a tree, ppr. DAVIES, in lion's paw, erased, a mullet of five

points. comp. i

DAVIES, Iri., a nag's head, ar., charged with a

caltrap, sa.

DAVIES of Moor Court, Heref., a griffin, se-

greant, or.

DAVIES, a mullet of five points, pierced, be- tween wings.

DAVIES, Somers., a fawn, couchant, ppr. DAVIES, Lond., a lion, rampant. Nisi domi-

nusfrustra.

DAVIES, Lond. and Salop, two lions' gambs,

erased, the dexter ermines, sinister, erm.,

holding a buckle, or. comp.

DAVIES, Hants., a dove, wings addorsed, ar., in mouth a sprig, vert, bearing three roses, or. comp. .

DAVIES, Kent, a boar's head, couped and erect, or.

DAVIES, Kent, a demi-lion, rampant, sa.

DAVIES, Suss., on a ducal coronet, or, a boar's head, couped, sa.

DAVIES, on a chapeau, sa., turned up, or, a demi-lion, rampant, gold, in dexter a mul- let.

DAVIES, Bo WEN-, of Maes-y-Crygie, Carm., an eagle, displayed. Virtus sine dote.

DAVIS, Kent, a wolf, passant, erm.

DAVIS, Hants., an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a scimitar, all ppr. .

DAVIS, Lond. and Westm., a demi-wolf, ram- pant, regardant, erased, az., ducally gorged and chained, or," in paws a mullet of six points, ar.

DAVIS, Somers., two arms, embowed, vested, erm., cuffed, az., in hands, ppr., a mound, or.

DAVIS, Iri., an arm, from shoulder, embowed, in hand a club, ppr.

DAVIS, a lion, rampant.

DAVIS, Heref., out of a mural coronet, a demi-wolf, salient, ar., holding a cinquefoil, gu. comp.

DAVIS, Lond., a lion's head, erased, ppr. Ne tentes, aut perfice.

DAVIS, Eng., a lion's head, erased, or, ducally crowned, gu.

DAVIS, a leopard's head, erased, ppr.

DAVIS, three arrows, one in pale, two in sal- tier, ppr.

DAVIS, a boar's head, erased, ppr.

DAVISON, a dove, issuing, wings addorsed, in beak three wheat-ears.

DAVISON, out of an earl's coronet, or, a dove, rising, ar., in mouth a wheat- stalk, bladed, and eared, all ppr.

DAVISON, Durh. , out of a crown vallery, or, a dove, wings addorsed, in mouth three wheat- ears.

DAVISON, out of a mural coronet, a stag's head, affronted, ppr. comp. lo

DAVISON, a stag's head, couped, between wings, or.

DAVISON, Salop, an eagle, displayed, ar., col- lared, gu., in beak an ear of wheat, or.

comp.

DAVISS, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, in hand a sword, waved, in pale, ppr.

DAVORON, a hind, ppr.

DAVY, Devons., a paschal lamb, regardant, ar., holding a pennon, of the last, staff, or.

see plate

DAVY, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, or, an elephant's head, sa., armed, ar.

DAVY, an elephant's head, ppr.

DAVY, Devons., a bird, wings addorsed, ppr.,

in beak a sprig, vert, thereon three roses, or.

see plate

DAVY, Suss., Suff., and Wilts., a lion, sejant, ar., supporting a column, or.

DAVY, Devons., a dove and olive-branch, ppr.

.

DAVY of Ingoldsthorpe, Norf., out of a ducal coronet, or, an elephant's head, sa., armed, ar., in front of coronet a ring, thereto a line and ring, gold, turned over trunk.

DAV

DAVY, Sco., a talbot's head, erased, or, ducally

crowned.

DAVY, Sco., a talbot's head, erased, ar.,

crowned, collared and eared, or. DAVYE, an elephant's head, ppr., charged on

shoulder with a mullet, sa. DAVYS, an ostrich, in mouth a horse-shoe, ppr.

DAW, Eng., an eagle, wings expanded, looking

at the sun, ppr. comp.

DAWBENCY, Wore., a holly-tree, vert, fructed,

gu. - H

DAWBENEY, and DAWBNEY, a cross pattee, ar.,

within an orle of seven mullets, or. DAWBENEY, Eng., a leopard's face, or, jessant-

de-lis. gu.

DAWBENEY, Eng., two lions' paws, erased,

holding up a crescent, or. II.

DAWBENEY, Eng., an elephant's head, erased,

per fess, or and vert.

DAWBIN, a Triton, in sinister a trident, ppr.

DAWE, Somers., out of a ducal coronet, in hand

a swan's head, erased, all ppr.

DAWE, Dors., in lion's gamb, erased and erect,

ar., a fleur-de-lis, or. comp. I

DAWES, Eng., on point of a halberd, erect, or,

a wy vern, tail nowed, sans legs, sa., bezante*e,

or, vulned, gu. I

DAWES, Middx., a dexter arm, embowed,

vested, gu., cuffed, ar., in hand, ppr., an

oak -slip, vert, fructed with three acorns,

or.

DAWES, Staffs, and Lane., a wyvern, sa., be- zantee, in dexter a battle-axe, erect., az. En

Dieu est tout. comp. n

DAWKER, out of a palisado coronet, an arm,

embowed, vested, in hand a battle-axe, in

fess, ppr. DAWKINS, a dexter arm, couped at shoulder,

ppr., in hand a battle-axe, of the last, in

bend, on blade a rose, gu. comp.

DAWN, and DAWNE, a crane, in moxith an oak-

branch, ppr. .

DAWNAY, Baron. See DOWNE, Viscount. DAWNEY, and DAWNY, Eng., a dexter wing, or. DAWNSEY, a nag's head, couped, az., bezantee,

bridled, or.

DAWS, Surr., on a demi-battle-axe, handled,

or, headed, ar., a dragon, sans legs, wings

addorsed, bezantee. I

DAWS, Suss., a demi-man, vested in green,

winding a hunting-horn, ppr. Hinc usque

superna venabor.

DAWSON, Line., an arm, in armour, embowed,

ppr., garnished, or, in gauntlet a battle-axe,

gold.

DAWSON of Edwardston Hall, Suff., a tabby

cat's head, gardant, erased, in mouth a rat,

ppr. Vitce via virtus.

DAWSON of Castle Dawson, Iri., an etoile of

six points, or. Toujours propice. .

DAWSON, a cat's head, erased, affrontde, in

mouth a mouse.

DAWSON, Yorks., on a mount, vert, a hound,

sa. -

DAWSON, Yorks. and Lane., a leopard's head,

erased, gardant.

DAWSON, Lond., an etoile, or, .

DAWSON, Eng., a hand, erect, charged with

an eye, ppr.

DAWSON, Cumb., a demi-talbot, erm., eared,

DEA

az., holding an arrow, or, flighted and pointed, ar. .

DAWSON, Northumb., a talbot, passant, ppr. Vitce via virtus. .

DAWTKEY, Suss., a unicorn, ar.

DAX, between horns of a crescent, a cross patte'e.

DAX, an antelope's head, erased.

DAY of Beaufort, Kerry, two hands clasping each other, couped at wrist, conjoined to a pair of wings, ppr. Sic itur ad astra.

DAY, two hands conjoined, ppr., affixed to two wings, expanded, the dexter, or, sinister, az., each charged with a mullet, counterchanged. comp.

DAY, Eng., two wings, expanded, or and az.

DAY, a demi- cockatrice, wings expanded.

DAY, a greyhound's head, erased, ar., collared, ringed and lined, gu., the end nowed.

comp. .

DAYRELL, Bucks. , a goat's head, ar.

DAYRELL, Bucks., a goat's head, erased, ar., attired, or.

DAYRELL of Lillingston Dayrell, Bucks., a goat's head, erased, ppr. Secure vivere mors est.

DAYRELL of Shudy Camps Park, Cambs., out of a ducal coronet, a goat's head, erased, ppr. Virtus mille scuta.

DAYROLLES, Surr., a mullet of six points, or.

- DEA, an arm, couped below wrist, in fess,

vested, gu.,cuff dancettee, ar., in hand, ppr., a

broken sword, of the last, hilt and pommel, or. DEACLE, out of a mural coronet, ar., an eagle,

or, in beak a rose, gu.

DEACON, Eng., a nag's head, ar. I

DEACON, Eng., a nag's head. In utroque para-

tus. i

DEACONS, Eng., a demi-eagle, displayed, ar.,

winged, sa.

DEACONS, Eng., an eagle's head, erased, ar..

between wings, sa.

DE AGUILAR, a lion, rampant, charged with a

plate. DEAKEN, or DEAKIN, Eng., out of a mural

coronet, gu., a leopard's head, or, ducally

gorged, gold.

DEALBENEY, an ox-yoke, in bend, sa. DEALE, Kent, within a snake, coiled up, ppr.,

a dove, ar., beaked and legged, gu. DEALTRY, out of a cloud, a hand, holding a

stag by the horns.

DEALTRY, a fleur-de-lis, ar.

DEALTRY, an escallop, erect. i

DEAN, Lond., a griffin's head, erased, ar. DEAN, Eng., a winged pillar, ppr. I

DEANE, Baron Muskerry. See MUSKERRY. DEANE, a demi-lion, rampant, or, in dexter a

crescent, gu.

DEANE, Iri., a lion's gamb, erased, gu. DEANE, Ess. and Lane., a bear's head, couped,

ar., muzzled, or.

DEANE, or DEAN, Eng., in hand, couped, in

fess, ppr., a fleur-de-lis, or.

DEANE, or DANE, Hants., a griffin's head, erased,

or.

DEANE, on a mount, vert, a tortoise, or. DEANE, Ess., abear's head, muzzled, erased. DE ANGOLESME, Eng., a boat's sail affixed to

a mast, ppr. I

DBA i!

DEANS, Eng. and Sco., a sword, in pale, ppr., ensign ed on top with a cross patte'e. Arte vd marie. - l

DEANS, Sco., a sword, in pale, point upward, ppr., hilt and pommel, or.

DEAR, and DEARE, Eng., a horse at full speed, saddled and bridled.

DEAR, a deer's head, ppr.

DEAR, a deer's head, erased, ppr.

DEARDEN, Lane., a stag, trippant, regardant. Dum spiro spero.

DEARMAN, out of a ducal coronet, or, five cinquefoils, gu., stalked and leaved, ppr.

DEARDS, a Catherine-wheel, ducally crowned, or.

DBAS, Sco., on a daisy, a bee feeding, ppr. Industria. comp. I

DBASE, Iri., out of a ducal coronet, a demi- ostrich, wings addorsed, ppr.

DEASIE, Sco., a hawk's head, erased, ppr.

DEATH, Kent, a griffin's head, or, in beak a trefoil, vert.

DEAVES, Eng., in lion's paw, erased, gu., a dagger, or.

DE BATHE, Bart., Iri., a lion, rampant, ar., supporting in paws a dagger, of the first, hilt and pommel, or. Nee parvis sisto.

see plate

DE BEAUVOIR, Bart., Iri.: (i.) A griffin's head and neck, wings addorsed, ar., in beak 'a branch of woodbine, ppr. comp. . (.) An eagle, displayed, vert. Conduct is Fate.

- DE BELLOMONT, Eng., a cross moline, lozenge

pierced, gu.

DEBENHAM, Eng., a dexter hand, apaume'e,

ppr., in a maunch.

DE BEST, Lond., on a mural coronet, or, a

fleur-de-lis, party, between two laurel- branches, vert.

DE BETUM, Eng., an elephant, ppr. DE BLAQUIEBK, Baron, Iri., a garb, or. Tiens

alaverite".

DE BLOIS, Eng., a lion, rampant, gardant, gu.

DEBNAM, a bear, transfixed by a broken spear,

ppr.

:Boi

)HUN, Eng., a wolf, current, ppr. I

DE

DE BOUCHE, Eug., a cloud, ppr.

DE BOYS, Ess., a wyvern, ar.

DE BOYS, Ess., a leg, in armour, embowed, couped, ar. and sa., spur and leather, or. .

DEBRAM, a wheel, between wings.

DE BRETEVILLE, Eng., a staff, raguly, in pale, sa., surmounted by an eagle, displayed, gu.

DE BREVILL, Eng., in hand a sheaf of arrows, ppr.

DE BRUGES, Eng., a cross Calvary, on three grieces, gu. -

DE BURG, a bull's head, between wings. .

DE BURGH, Middx., an arm, in armour, em- bowed, couped at shoulder, gauntlet, apau- mee, ppr., stringed as a bugle-horn, az., tas- sels, gold. Nee parvis sisto.

DE BURGH, Eng., a water-bouget, az.

DE BURGO, Bart., Iri., a mountain-cat, sejant, gardant, ppr., collared and chained, or. Ung roy, ung foy, ung loy. comp.

DE BURGO, Marquess Clanricarde. See CLAN-

RICARDE.

DE CARDONNEL, Eng., a dove, az. L'esperance me console. n

DEG-

DE CARTERET, Eng., a reindeer's head, ca- bossed.

DE CHANDEW, a nest of young birds, ppr.

DECIES, Baron, Iri. (Beresford), a dragon's head, erased, az., transfixed in neck by a broken tilting-spear, or, point, ar., thrust through upper jaw. Nil nisi cruce.

comp. go.

DECKER, Eng., a mountain-cat, current, re- gardant, ppr.

DE CLARE, Eng., the standard of St. George, ppr. ii

DE CLIFFORD, Baron, a demi-Indian goat, ar., armed, eared, and ducally gorged, gu., charged on body with three annulets, in pale, of the last.

DE CLINTON, Eng., on a mount, vert, a stag, feeding, ppr.

DE COSTA, Eng., a plume of ostrich-feathers, or.

DE COURCY, Baron Kingsale. See KINGSALE.

DE COURCY, Eng., a demi-leopard, or, spotted, gu., collared and lined. I

DE COURCY, Iri., a horse's head, issuing, gu.

DE COWCY, Eng., a horse's head, couped, ar., bridled, gu.

DE CRESPIGNY, Bart., Surr., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a cubit arm, erect, in hand a broadsword, ppr. Mens sibi conscia recti.

DE DEN, and DE DENA, in dexter hand, in fess, couped, a sword, in pale, on point a garland, all ppr.

DE DREUX, a ram's head, erased, ar., horned, or.

DEE, Surr., a lion, sejant, gardant, or, in dex- ter a cross formee, fitched, az., on cross a label, with motto Hie labor sinister, on a pyramid, ar., on it a label with this motto Hoc opus. ^

DEEDES of Sandling Park, Kent, an eagle's head, erased, between wings, sa. Facta, non verba.

DEEDES, an eagle's head, erased, per fess, nebulae, gu. and ar., between wings, sa.

IO.

DEERHAM, Norf., a bear, sejant, rampant, sa..

muzzled, lined, and ringed, or.

DEERING, Kent, in a ducal coronet, or, a

mount, vert, thereon a horse, passant, sa.

comp. DEERING, out of a ducal coronet, az., a dragon's

head, or.

DEEVES, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, or, a

unicorn's head, gu., armed and crined, or.

. I DE FERRARS, on a chapeau, an eagle, preying

on a child, swaddled, all ppr.

DE FERRERS, Eng., a pheon, az.

DEFORTIBUS, Eng., an escarbuncle, or. DE FREYNE, Baron (Trench), a dolphin, naiant,

ppr. Malo mori quam fcedari.

DE GAUNT, Eng., a cross patte'e, fitched, sa.

DEGGE, Derbs. and Staffs., on a ducal coronet,

or, a falcon, close, ar., jessed and belled, of

the last.

DE GINKELL. See ATHLONE, Earl. DEGON, Eng., on a ducal coronet, a dolphin,

haurient.

DEGON, Eng., a portcullis, az.

DE GRAY, Eng., a dart and palm-branch, in

saltier, ppr.

DEG-

DEL

DE GREY, Earl, Baron Lucas and Grantham (De Grey): (i.) On a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a cockatrice, wings erect, or. . (.) out of a ducal coronet, or, a mount, vert, thereon a stag at gaze, gold. Qualis ab incepto.

DEHANEY, IrL, a demi-bear, rampant, ppr.

DE HAKCLA, Eng., a fret, az. n

DE HATFIELD, Eng., on stump of tree, sprout- ing branches, an eagle, wings addorsed and inverted, all ppr.

DEINSTON, Sco., a tree, ppr., fructed, gu.

DEKENER, Middx., out of a tower, vert, a tiger's head, ppr., collared, or.

DELABER, Eng., a greyhound, sejant, collared, sa.

DE LA CHAMBRE, Suss., an ass's head, erased, ar.

DE LA CHEROIS of Donaghadee, an anchor, erect, ppr. Fac et spera.

DELADOWNE, an arm, vested, az., cuffed, or, in hand, ppr., a cup, of the first, flames issuing, ppr. comp.

DELAFELD, and DELAFIELD, Eng., an ox's foot, couped, sa.

DELAFIELD, Eng., a cross pattee fc gu., between wings, or.

DELAFIELD, Middx., a dove, wings expanded, in mouth an olive-branch, all ppr. Insignia fortunce paria and Fest. .

DE LA FONS, Eng., a wolf, sejant, or.

DE LA FOSSE, a cock, or.

DE LA FOUNTAINE, Ess., on a mount, vert, a griffin, sejant, or, in dexter an Eastern crown, ar.

DELAHAY, on a torteau, vert, a lion's head, erased, ar., collared, az.

DELAHEY, Heref., a wolf's head.

DELAHILL, Eng., a caltrap, az.

DELAITE, a cock, or.

DELALAUD, Eng., two hands conjoined, sup- porting a human heart, ppr.

DELALAND, Eng., a leopard's head, issuing from a tower, ppr.

DELALEIGH, out of a crescent, or, a cross cross- let, fitched, sa. I

DELALYND, Eng., in the sea, ppr., an anchor.

DELALYND, and DELALYNDE, Eng., an escallop, gu., between eagles' wings, or.

DELAMAINE, a chevalier in armour, ppr., in dexter a tilting-spear, with pennon unrolled.

DELAMAINE, Eng., a man in military uniform, az., holding a flag in bend, gu.

DELAMARE, Eng., an eel, naiaut, ppr. no.

DEL AM ARE, Eng., a ship under sail, in the sea, ppr.

DELAMAYNE, same crest.

DELAMERE, Baron (Cholmondeley), a demi- griffin, segreant, sa., beaked, winged, and membered, or, ducally gorged and chained, between claws a helmet, ppr., garnished, or. Cassis tutissima virtus. see plate

DELAMERE, Chesh., same crest. ' DELAMERE, a pheasant, ppr.

DELAMOTE, and DELAMOTTE, Eng., an ostrich's head, in mouth a horse's shoe, between two feathers, ppr.

DELAMOTE, a lion, passant, gardant, collared, vair. see plate

DELAMYNE, a ship in full sail.

DELANCEY, and DELANCY, Eng., a demi-leopard,

gardant, supporting an anchor, ppr. DELANCEY, a sinister arm, in armour, embowed,

in hand a standard, with flag.

DELAND, Eng., a leopard's head, issuing from

a tower, ppr.

DELANE, Eng., an eagle, displayed, or, charged

with a mullet, sa. comp. n

DELANEY, and DELANY, Eng., an antelope,

trippant, ppr.

DELANEY, and DELANY, between wings, a swan,

statant, ppr. see plate

DELANEY, Iri., a buffalo's head, erased, gu.

DELANY, a bull's head, erased, out of ducal

coronet.

DELAP, Surr., two arms, embowed, dexter, ppr.,

in hand, a rose, gu., sinister in armour, and

holding a sword, ppr., hilt and pommel, or.

Mcrito. comp.

DELAP, Eng., a rose-branch, with three roses,

ppr.

DELAP, Lond. and Surr., a cubit arm, in ar- mour, in pale, in hand a sword, ppr., hilt

and pommel, gold.

DELAPINDE, in lion's gamb, erased, ar., three

pines, or, leaved, vert. DELAPIPE, Eng., three organ pipes, or, enfiled

with garland of laurel, vert.

DELAPLAUNCH, Eng., a cross moline, erm.

- DELAPLAUNCH, Eng., a hunting-horn, sans

strings, sa., garnished, or. I.

DELAPOOL, DELAPOOLE, and DE LA POOLE,

Eng., a crosier, gu.

DELAPOOLE, Eng., on a chapeau, a leopard,

statant, ppr.

DE LA RIVER, and DELARIVER, Yorks., in lion's

paw a broken spear, ppr. I

DE LA RIVER, and DELARIVER, a shepherd's

flute, or.

DELAROUS, an armed arm, in hand a sword,

ppr.

DELATUNE, Hants., an antelope, passant, or.

DELATURE, a lamb, bearing cross and banner.

-

DELAUNE, the lion of St. Mark, sejant, wings elevated, round head a glory, all ppr., dexter on the Gospel, close, or, covered, gu., gar- nished, of the second.

DE LA VACH, and DELAVACHE, Eng., a cow's tail, ppr.

DELAVACHE, Eng., an ox-yoke, in pale, sa.

DELAVAL, Northumb., out of a ducal coronet, or, a goat's head, ar., attired, gold. Dieu me conduise. * ^

DELAVAL, a salamander in flames, ppr.

DELAVALL, Northumb., a ram's head, erased, ar., attired, or. -

DELAVERE, a stag, salient, ppr.

DELAVERE, a Catherine wheel, dropping blood, allgu. - !

DELAWAR, a bird's head, couped, ar., beaked, gu.

DELAWARR, Earl (West), out of a ducal coro- net, or, a griffin's head, az., beaked and eared, gold. Jour de ma vie ! .

DELECHAMBER, Suss., an ass's head, erased, ar.



DEL

DEN

DELEGH, out of a crescent, or, a cross crosslet,

fitched, sa. I

DELEVAL, Eng., on a chapeau, a lion's head,

erased, ducally crowned, all ppr.

DELGARNO, Eng., a sea-lion, statant, in dexter

a cross moline. see plate

DELILERS, Lond., a demi-lion, rampant, az.,

ducally crowned, gu. comp.

DELINE, Eng., a rock, ppr. Esse quam videri.

- DE LISLE and DUDLEY, Baron (Sydney): (i.)

For Sidney, a porcupine, statant, az., quills,

collar and chain, or. Quo fata vacant. .

(.) For SheUey, a griffin's head, erased, ar.,

ducally gorged, or. comp. I

DE LISLE, a lion, passant, gardant. DELL, Eng., issuing from a cloud, in hand,

erect, a garb.

DELLABEB, Eng., a tower, ppr., flagged, ar.,

charged with a saltier, sa. DELLABER, a greyhound, sejant, sa. DELLABERE, Glouc., out of a ducal coronet, or,

a plume of feathers.

DELLEE, Eng. , on a mount, a dove, ppr.

DELLYNE, Eng., on a ducal coronet, a Cornish

chough, ppr.

DELMAR, a lion, sejant, gu., collared, dancettee,

dexter resting on a fleur-de-lis, seeplate DELME, and DELMIE, a lion, passant, gu.,

against an anchor, sa. comp.

DELSUME, Eng., a pegasus' head, ar., between

wings, or.

DELVES, Sco. and Eng., out of a ducal coronet,

or, a demi- eagle, displayed, ar. Je ne puis.

DELVES, Eng., a dolphin, embowed, az. n

DE MANDEVILE, Eng., on a mount, vert, a stag, current, regardant, ppr.

DE MARDESTON, Eng., a cross fleury, fitched, gu., fleury, or.

DE MARDESTON, SufL, out of a mural coronet, a lion's head.

DE MAULEY, Baron (Spencer-Ponsonby), out of a ducal coronet, three arrows, points downward, one in pale, two in saltier, crowned at the intersection by a snake, all ppr. Pro rege, lege, grege. ' in.

DEMESCHINES, Eng., in hand, a cutlass, ppr.

DE MENBURGH, a cinquefoil.

DE MOHUN, Eng., a lion's head, regardant, ppr.

DE MONTACUTE, Eng., a griffin's head, gu., between wings, or.

DE MONTGOMERY, Eng., a demi-savage, in dex- ter a sword, in sinister a marshal's baton, ppr.

DE MONTMORENCY, a peacock in pride, ppr.

. I

DE MONTMORENCY of Castle Morres, Kilkenny, a peacock in pride, ppr. Dieu ayde. i

DE MORTON, Eng. , a griffin, segreant, sa.

DE MOWBRAY, Eng., a fox, current, ppr. .

DEMPSEY, Eng., a sphinx, wings addorsed, ppr.,

DEMPSEY, Iri., out of a mural coronet, seven battle-axes, erect, ppr.

DEMPSTER of Skibo, Sutherland, a leg-bone and palm-branch, in saltier, ppr. Mors aut vita decora.

DEMPSTER, a demi-lion, gu., in dexter a sword, in pale, ppr. Fortiter et strenue.

DEN, and DEN A, Eng., a black's head, sa., banded, ar.

DEN, and DENNE, Kent, on a staff, raguly, vert, a stag, lodged, ppr., attired, or.

comp.

DEN, and DENNE, on a mount, vert, a stag, lodged, regardant, ar.

DENBIGH, Earl of (Percy-Fielding), a nut- hatch, with a hazel- branch, fructed, all ppr. Virtutis prcemium honor.

DENBY, Eng., an antelope, passant, gu., col- lared, ar. comp.

DENCH, Eng., a unicorn's head, between two branches of laurel, in orle, ppr.

DENE, Devons., in dexter hand, a cross cross- let, fitched. .

DENESTON, Eng., a cross fleury, fitched, gu., fleury, or.

DE NEWBURG, Eng., a quatrefoil, vert. i

DENGAINE, on a mount, a stag, feeding, ppr.

D'ENGAINE, on a mount, a stag, feeding, ppr.

-

DENGAYNE, Eng., a tower, sa., with a cupola, gu., surmounted by a flag, also gu.

DENHAM, Sco., a thistle and rose slip, in saltier, all ppr. Juvant aspera probum.

DENHAM, Sco., a crane, in dexter a stone, ppr. Cura dat victoriam.

DENHAM, Eng., a lion's head, erased.

DENHANY, a demi-bear, salient, ar.

DENHOLM, Sco., a stag, lodged, ppr.

DENIS, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, a plume of five ostrich-feathers, ppr.

DENISON, Eng., out of a naval coronet, a demi- mermaid, in dexter a mirror, in sinister a comb, ppr.

DENISON, Eng., a dexter arm, in bend, sleeved, vert, hand, ppr., pointing to a star, or.

comp.

DENISTOUN, in dexter hand an antique shield, sa., charged with a star, or. II

DENMAN, Baron (Denman), a raven, rising, ppr., in beak, an annulet, or. Prudentia ct constantia." seeplate

DENMAN, Eng., a demi-grey friar, vested, ppr., in dexter a lash.

DENN, Suss., out of a ducal coronet, a camel's head, or. comp.

DENNE, Kent, on a chapeau, vert, turned up, erm., a peacock in pride, ppr.

DENNESTOUN, Lord, Sco., in dexter hand, ppr., an antique shield, sa., charged with a star, or. Adversa virtute repcllo. n

DENNET, Lond., a boar's head, erased, az.

DENNETT, Eng., in hand an escallop, ppr.

DENNETT, a demi-wolf, sa., collared, indented, ar. comp.

DENNEY, and DENNY, Ess. and Norf., a cubit arm, erect, ppr., in hand a bunch of barley, or.

DENNIE, and DENNY, Sco., a hand, erect, point- ing with two fingers to the sun.

DENNIS, Glouc., a demi-lion, rampant, az., be- zantee.

DENNIS, a leopard's head and neck, couped, ppr.

DENNIS, Iri., out of a ducal coronet, in hand a sheaf of arrows, ppr. I

DEN

DENNIS, Cornw., a dragon's head and neck,

couped.

DENNIS, Eng., a tiger's head, erased, erm.

DENNISTOUN, Eng., a squirrel, sejant, or.

DENNY, out of a ducal coronet, a plume of

ostrich-feathers.

DENNY, Bart., Iri., a cubit arm, vested, az.,

cuffed, ar., in hand wheat-ears, or. Et mea

messis erit. and

DENNY, Iri., a garb, in fess, ppr.

DENNY, Eng., a buck's head, couped at neck.

. ii

DENNYS, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, a plume of five ostrich-feathers, ppr.

DENOUAC, Eng., between wings a globe, there- on an eagle, wings expanded, ppr.

comp.

DENOVAN, Sco., a stag, trippant, gu. DENSHIRE, Eng., a lion, regardant, holding with both paws an anchor, all ppr.

see plate

DENSTON, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, or, in

dexter hand a sword, blade wavy, ppr. .

DENSY, Eng., on a chapeau, a stag, passant,

ppr.

DENT, a demi-wolf. eomp.

DENT, a demi-wolf, salient, sa., charged on

neck with a collar, dancettee, ar.

DENT, Northumb., a tiger's head, erased, erm.,

maned, sa., vomiting fire, ppr. comp.

DENT, Surr., a tiger's head, couped, ar.

DENTON, a stork, ppr.

DENTON, (Dumb., a martlet, sa.

DENTON, Camb., a lion, couchant, or.

DENYS, Bart., Northamp., a demi-lion, ermi-

nois, collared, gu., between paws a lily,

slipped, ppr. Hora e sempre. see plate

DENYS, by a tree, vert, an antelope, passant,

ppr. see plate

DEPDEN, Eng., an anchor, or, surmounted by

a fleur-de-lis.

DEPDEN, a dexter and sinister hand, wielding

a two-handed sword, ppr.

DEPHAM, Eng., a church, ppr.

DEPHAM, Eng., a lion, passant, ppr. I

DE PLACETES, a lion's head, ppr., collared, or.

DE PONTHIEU, a tree, vert.

DEPTUN, Eng., an anchor, or, enfiled by a fleur- de-lis, sa. DE PUDSEY, Eng., an eagle's head, gu., in beak an acorn, slipped and leaved, vert. DERAM, Eng., in hand, in fess, couped, a fleur- de-lis, ppr. DERAM, a pyramid, entwined by a vine, ppr.

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DERAW, Eng., a bundle of quills, ar.

DERBY, Earl of (Stanley), on a chapeau, gu.,

turned up, erm., an eagle, wings addorsed,

or, feeding an infant in its nest, ppr.,

swaddled, az., banded, of the third. Sans

changer. -

DERBY, a garb, ar., banded, or.

DERBY, a dromedary, ppr. ii

DEREHAM, Norf., a bear, rampant, sejant, sa.,

muzzled, lined and ringed, or, charged on

shoulders with an annulet, ar. comp.

DERHAM, a demi-wolf, rampant.

DERHAM, Iri., a demi-wolf, per pale, or and

sa.

DERHAM, Eng., two hands, winged and clasped.

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DES

DERHAUGH, Suff., a tiger, passant, or, tufted and rnaned, sa.

DERING, Bart., Kent, on a ducal coronet, or, a horse, passant, sa., maned, gold. Terrere nolo, timere nescio.

DE RINZY of Clobewan Hall, "VYexford, a sword, erect, ppr., hilted, or. Facta, non verba.

DE RIVERS, and DE RYVERS, Eng., a tortoise, passant, ppr.

DE RIVERS, a bat, displayed.

DERMOTT, Iri., a griffin's head, erased, or.

DERMOT, or DERMOTT, Eng , a demi-lion, hold- ing a spear, in pale, thrust through a bear's head, all ppr.

DERNFORD, Eng., a cross crosslet, fitched, az., and sword, ppr., in saltier. I

DERNFORD, Eng., a sphinx, passant, gardant, wings addorsed, ppr.

DE ROMARA, Eng., a stag's head, at gaze, ppr.

. i

DE ROUILLON, Norf., a dolphin, haurient, sa.

DERRICK, on a spear-head, a savage's head, couped, dropping blood, ppr. Virtute, non viribus. comp.

DERULE, Eng., a demi-wolf, gu.

DERWELL, Eng., a harp, or. n

DERWIN, a demi-griffin, in claws an escallop.

see plate

DE SALLIS, out of a ducal coronet, a demi- harpy, displayed, ducally crowned.

see plate

DESANGES, a' cherub's head, or.

DESART, Earl of (Otway-O'Connor-Cuffe), Iri., a cubit arm, erect, vested, or, charged with two bendlets undee, az., cuffed, erm., in hand, ppr., a pole-axe, of the first, staff, of the second. Virtus repulses ncscia sordidce.

DE SAUMAREZ, Baron (Saumarez), a falcon, wings expanded, ppr. In Deo spero.

DESBARRES, Eng., an arm, couped at shoulder, embowed, in hand a spear, in pale, all ppr.

DESBOROUGH, and DESBROWE,"a bear's head, couped, sa., muzzled, or.

DESBOUVERIE, Eng., a demi-eagle, with two heads, displayed, sa., ducally gorged, charged with a cross crosslet. see plate

DESBRISAY, Eng., a bell, or. I

DESBROWE, a talbot's head, erased.

DESCHAMPS, Eng., the golden fleece, girt round middle with a collar, or.

DE SENLIZE, Eng., a lion, passant, gardant, gu. - *

DE SILVA, a lion, rampant, gu.

DESLAND, Iri., two hands, conjoined, support- ing a heart. -

DESMOND, a lion, passant, gardant, or, grasp- ing a saltier, gu. see plate

DESMOND, Earl of, Iri. See DENBIGH, Earl of.

DESNAY, Eng., on a chapeau, ar., turned up, gu., charged with fleur-de-lis, or, a lion, pas- sant, gu. comp.

DESNE, a leopard's face, affronted, breaking with its mouth a sword. see plate

DESNEY, a wyvern, sans legs, vert.

DESPARD, Iri., in hand a broken spear.

DESPARD, Eng., on a ducal coronet, or, a star of twelve rays, ar.

DESPENCER, LE, Eng., a griffin's head, ppr.



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DEY

DESPENCER, Eng., two wings conjoined, ppr.

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DESS, on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., an owl, close, or. comp.

DESSBON, a marquess's coronet, ppr.

DESSE, on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., an owl, wings expanded, or. Vigilo.

DESSEN, a porcupine, sa., spines tipped, or.

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DES VOEUX, Bart., Iri., a squirrel, sejant, ppr. Altiora in votis. ^' I

DE TABLET, Baron (Warren), a swan's neck, couped, ar., guttee-de-sang. Pro rege et patrid. see plate

DETHICK, Derbs. and Norf., a nag's head, erased, ar. I

DETHICK, Durh., a horse's head, couped, ar., charged on neck with a mullet, on a cres- cent, see plate

DETHICKE, Eng., an eagle, regardant, wings expanded and inverted, ppr.

DETON, and DETTON, Eng., a goat's head, erased, ar., collared, gu. comp.

DETON, Eng., on a tower, ar., a crescent, gu.

DEUCHAR, Sco., a boar's head, erased, between two branches of laurel, ppr. Verus adfinem.

comp. II

DEUCHAR, Sco., a boar's head, couped, between two alder branches. comp.

DEUCHAR, Sco., out of a mural coronet, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a sword, all ppr. .

DE UFFORD, Eng., a demi-eagle, displayed, sa.

D'EuREUX, Eng., five arrows, gu., headed, or, feathered, ar. , bound by a belt, of the first, buckled, gold.

D'EuREUX, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, or, a talbot's head.

DEVALL, Eng., on a chapeau, a greyhound, sejant. see plate

DE VALLANCE, Eng , a greyhound's head, gu.

DEVAYNES, Eng., a lion, rampant, between paws a battle-axe. see plate

DEVAYNES, out of a baron's coronet, a demi- dragon, in dexter a sword.

DEVEN, a lion, rampant, ar., ducally gorged, or. see plate

DEVENDALE, Eng., a long cross, a/.

DEVANISH, Suss., a demi- tiger, salient, vert, in dexter a cross crosslet, fitched, ar.

see plate

DEVENPORT, a savage's head, affrontee, round head a snake.

DEVENPORT, on a mount, vert, a hound, se- jant, ppr., resting dexter on a stag's head, cabossed. see plate

DEVENSHIRE, Cornw., an eagle, ppr.

DEVERAL, and DEVEREL, Eng., the rays of the sun issuing from behind a cloud, ppr. i

DEVERE, Bart., Iri. : (i.) On a chapeau, turned up, erm., a boar, passant, az., bristled and tusked, or. . (.) The Castle of Lime- rick, ppr. Vero nihil verius.

DEVERE, Eng., the sun shining on a sun-flower, ppr.

DEVEREAUX, and DEVEREUX, Iri., a stag, trip- pant, ppr.

DEVEREULX, a talbot's head, ar., ducally crowned, or.

DEVEREUX, out of a ducal coronet, or, a talbot's

head, ar., eared, gu.

DEVEREUX, a tower, ppr.

DEVEREUX, Viscount Hereford, out of a ducal

coronet, or, a talbot's head, ar., eared, gu.

Virtutis com.es invidia.

DEVERSON, a lion's head, gardant and erased, gu., collared, or. comp.

DE VESCI, Viscount (Vesey), Iri., in hand, in armour, a laurel-branch, all ppr. Sub hoc signo vinces.

DEVESTON, Eng., a cross fleury, fitched, gu.

DEVETTS, issuing from clouds, a cubit arm, in fess, in hand a sword, erect, enfiled with a boar's head, erased. comp.

D.EVEY-, Eng., a dexter arm, embowed, in fess, couped, ppr., vested, sa., in hand a cross crosslet, fitched, gu.

DE VISME, an eagle, displayed, ppr.

DE VISME, an eagle, displayed, sans legs, ppr.

DEVOIKE, a dexter hand throwing an arrow, ppr. i.

DEVON, Eng., a horse's head, ar., thrust through by a spear, sa., head, or.

DEVON, Earl of (Courtenay), a dolphin, naiant, ppr. Ubi lapsus ? quid fed ? .

DEVONSHIRE, Eng., a cross moline, or.

DEVONSHIRE, Duke of, Marquess of Hartington (Spence-Cavendish), a snake, nowed, ppr. Cavendo tut us. in.

DE WAETOR, WAGER, Eng., the attires of a stag fixed to scalp, or. comp. So.

DEWAR, Northumb., a holy lamb bearing the banner of St. Andrew, ppr. II

DEWAR, Sco., a cock, crowing, ppr. Gloria patri.

DE WARREN, Eng., a lion, passant, gardant, az.

DEWELL, and DE WELLE, Eng., on a mount, vert, a horse, current, ar., bridled, sa.

DEWELLES, an ostrich's head and wings, ar., ducally gorged, gu., in mouth a horse-shoe, az. comp. . and

DEWERS, an anchor, with cable, ppr.

DEWES, Warw., a wolf's head, erased, or, collared, vair, in mouth a- quatrefoil, pierced, gu., slipped, ppr. see plate

DEWHURST, Lane., a wolf's head, erminois. Spes mea in Deo.

DEWHURST, Lane., a wolf's head, erased, er- minois, collared, az. Spes mea in Deo,

comp.

DEWING, Norf., a greyhound's head, erased, ar., collared and ringed, gu. comp.

DE WINTON of Clifton, Glouc., a wyvern, ppr. Si/n ar dy Hun.

DEWSBURY, Glouc., on a mount, vert, a mart- let, or.

DEXTER, Eng., a tree, pendent therefrom two weights.

DEYCOURT, Eng., a sword, in pale, enfiled with a leopard's face. I

DEYNCOURT, Eng., the Standard of St. George, ppr. II

DEYNES, Suff , out of a mural coronet, gold, a dragon's head, sa., gorged with two bars, or. comp. go.

DEYVELLE, DEYVILL, and DAVELL, Eng., an arm, in fess, ppr., vested, in hand a fleur- de-lis, or. comp.

DEYVIL, Eng., a fleur-de-lis j gu.

D'EY

DIL,

D'EYVILL, Eng., an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., in hand a club, sa., spiked, or.

DIAMONT, a demi-lion, or, in dexter a fusil, gu., charged with a fleur-de-lis, gold, see plate

DIAS, Eng., on a garland of laurel, a lion, pas- sant, ppr.

DIBBLE, DIABLE, and DIBLE, Eng., on a cha- peau, a lion, statant, gardant, ducally gorged, tail extended. -

DIBDIN, Eng., a talbot, passant, collared, ppr.

DIBLE, and DIBLEY, Eng., a demi-Hercules, holding over shoulder a club, ppr. I. II

DiCCONSON, Eng., a hind's head, or.

DICEY, a demi-lion, or. Fide et amore.

DICEY, Eng., a lion, sejant, .gu., supporting between paws a shield, ar.

DICHER, Salop, a bear, passant, ar.

DICK, QUINTIN, Esq., of Layer Tower, Ess., a cat, sejant. Semper fidelis.

DICK, Bart., of Braid, Sco., a stag's head, erased, ppr., attired, or. Virtute and Publica solus mca merces.

DICK, Bart., of Prestonfield, Sco., in dexter hand a plumb rule, ppr. Over, fork over.

DICK, Sco., a ship in distress* ppr. At spes infracta.

DICK, Iri., a horse's head, armed, ppr., bridled, gu.

DICK, a leopard, sejant, ppr.

DICK, Eng., a dagger and sword, in saltier, ppr.

DICKENS, a hind's head.

DICKENS, Suff., a lion, rampant, ppr., holding a cross flory, sa. comp.

DICKENS, Eng., an arm, in armour, couped in fess, from elbow, in pale, holding up an esquire's helmet, all ppr.

DICKENS, on trunk of tree, entwined by a ser- pent, a falcon, wings expanded.

DICKENS, a lion, couchant, or, in dexter a cross patonce, sa. see plate

DICKENS, a demi-leopard, ppr. IJostis honori invidia. I

DICKENSON, Wilts., out of a ducal coronet, or, a hand, holding a fleur-de-lis.

DICKENSON, out of a ducal coronet, a phoenix in flames, ppr.

DICKENSON, out of clouds, a cubit arm, erect, in hand a branch of laurel, all ppr.

DICKENSON, Lond., in hand an ox-yoke, ppr.

DICKENSON, a tiger, sejant, erm., ducally gorged, or, in gamb a broad arrow, gold, feathered, ar. comp.

DICKENSON, and DICONSON, Line., Yorks., and Staff., a demi-lion, rampant, per pale, er- minois and az.

DICKENSON, a greyhound's head, between two roses, slipped and leaved, ppr.

DICKENSON, in hand, ppr., vested, gu., an es- carbuncle, ar.

DICKENSON, out of clouds, a cubit arm, erect, in hand three wheat-ears, all ppr.

comp. and .

DICKESON, Eng., a boar's head, couped, in mouth four arrows, all ppr.

DICKESON, or DICKINSON, a camel's head, ppr., bridled, gu., on top of head a plume of ostrich-feathers, and under throat a bell, or.

see plate

DICKEY, and DICKIE, Eng., a ferret, ppr.

DICKIE, Sco., oil a rock, an alder-tree, growing,

PP^ -

DICKIN, Salor a lion, sejant, or, in dexter a cross crosskj, gold. Vincit veritas.

see plate

DICKINS, Suss. : (l.) A lion, sejant, sa., holding a cross flory, or. see plate . (.) On stump of tree, entwined by a serpent, ppr., a fal- con, also ppr., beaked, membered, and belled, or.

DICKINS, Kent, a lion, sejant, or, holding a cross flory, sa. In hoc signo vinces. see plate

DICKMAN, a demi-horse, rampant. IO

DICKSON, JOHN W., of Dumfries, Sco., and Ceylon, over an arm, in armour, brandishing a falchion, ppr., a trident and spear in sal- tier, or. Fortes fortuna jurat.

comp.

DICKSON, Bart., Norf., same crest and motto.

DICKSON, Arbroath, in dexter hand a sword, in bend, ppr., hilt and pommel, or. Fortes fortuna jurat.

DICKSON, Sco., in hand a sword, in bend, ppr. fortes fortuna jurat. -

DICKSON, Iri., out of a tower, a lion's head, ppr.

DICKSON, Sco., a winged heart, ppr. Ccelum versus. > II

DICKSON, Sco., a hart, couchant, gardant, ppr., attired, or, within two branches of laurel, in orle, vert. Cubo sed euro. So.

DICOM, and DICONS, Beds., a cock's head, az., beaked, or, combed, and wattled, gu.

DICOME, Line., a unicorn's head, erased, quar- terly, erm. and gu., crined, or, the horn gobony, of the last and ar.

DIDDIER, or DIDEAR, a demi-griffm, wings ex- panded, ppr.

DIETZ, out of a ducal coronet, a pair of stag's horns.

DIFFORD, and DITFORD, a lion's head, erased, or, ducally crowned, gu. comp.

DIGBY, Earl (Digby), an ostrich, ar., in mouth a horse-shoe, or. Deo, non fortuna.

DIGBY, an ostrich, ar., in mouth a horse-shoe, ppr. .

DIGBY of Osbertstown, Iri., an ostrich, ar., in mouth a horse-shoe, or. Deo, non fortuna.

.

DIGGES, an eagle's leg, ppr., thigh plumed with three feathers, sa. comp.

DIGGS, and DYGES, Kent, SUIT., and Wilts., an eagle's leg, couped from thigh, sa., plumed with three ostrich -feathers, ar.

DIGGS, and DYGES, Kent, Surr., and Wilts., an eagle's head, sa.

DIGHTON, Herts., in lion's gamb, erased, or, a cross formee, fitched, gu. I

DIGHTON, Line., a squirrel, sejant, collared, cracking a nut, or.

DIGHTON, Eng. , on a ducal coronet, or, a hawk, close, ar., beaked and legged, gu., belled, gold.

DIKENS, a bird's head, neck, az. , top of head, gu., beaked, or. IO.

DIKENS, a lion's head, erased.

DIKENS, Eng., a lion's head, erased, gu., du- cally crowned, or. comp.

DIKES, and DYKES, a lobster, vert.

DILKE, Eng., a dove, close, ar., beaked and legged, gu. II

DILKES, Eng., a mill -rind, gu.

DIL





DOB

DILLINGTON, Norf., on a perch, ar., a hawk, close, ppr., beaked, belled, and legged, or.

DILLON, Viscount (Dillon-Lee), Iri. : (i.) For Lee, out of a ducal coronet, or, a pillar, ar. , thereon a falcon, az. (.) For Dillon, a demi-lion, rampant, gu., between paws an etoile, ar. Dum spiro, spero. comp. DILLON, Bart., Iri. : (i.) On a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a falcon, rising, ar., beaked, legged, and belled, or. . (.) A demi-lion, rampant, gu. Auxilium ab alto.

DILLON, Devons., out of a crescent, gu., a

demi-lion, in dexter an etoile, of the same.

DILLON, Iri., out of a marquess's coronet, or,

a falcon, wings expanded, ar., beaked and

legged, or, between the wings an imperial

eagle, sa. Auxilium ab alto. see plate

DILLON, Eng., a demi-lion, in dexter a mullet.

Dum spiro, spero.

DILLON, Earl of Roscommon, and Baron Clon-

brock. See those titles.

DILLWTN of Borough Lodge, a stag's head, couped, ppr. Craignez honte.

DIMMOCK, Eng., a boar's head, couped, ppr., between two laurel-branches, vert.

comp. II

DIMOND, Eng., a cross crosslet, in pale, sur- mounted by a sword, in bend sinister, point downward.

DIMOND, a demi-lion, or, between paws, a fusil, of the same, charged with a fleur-de-lis, az.

see plate DIMSDALE, Herts., out of a Russian baron's

coronet, a griffin's head, erm.

DIMSDALE, a griffin's head, erased, ar. Magnus

Hippocrates ! tu nobis major.

DIMSDALE, a beaver, ppr.

DINE, Beds., a wyvern, statant, ppr. J'ay

espere mieux avoir.

DINELEY, on a ducal coronet, or, three darts,

two in saltier, one in pale, with a serpent

entwined, ppr. in.

DINES, a griffin, passant.

DINGDALE, Lane., a griffin's head, between

wings, or.

DINGHAM, Eng., a dexter hand, erect, pointing

with the two fore-fingers to the sun in

splendour, ppr.

DINGHAM, in a round top, or, six spears, in

the centre a pennon, ar., thereon a cross, gu.

DINGLKY, and DINLEY, Yorks., a Roman head,

with a helmet, couped at neck, ppr.

DINGWALL, a human heart, ppr.

DINNET, a bull's head, gu.

DINORBEN, Baron (Hughes), out of a crown

vallery, a demi-lion, rampant, ar., between

paws a pike-head, ppr.

DINWIDDIE, an eagle, wings addorsed and in- verted, in dexter a guinea-pig. Ubi libertas ibi patria.

DINWORDY, a cubit arm, erect, in -hand a spear,

all ppr.

DIROM, Sco., a stag's head, erased.

DIROM of Mount Annan, Dumfries, a stag's

head.

DIRWYN, Eng., a peacock's head, erased, ppr.

. II

DISCOMBE, Line., a unicorn's head, erased. DISHINGTON, Sco., a man, in armour, kneeling. Unica spes mea Christus.

DISHINGTON, Sco., an escallop. Unica spcs mea Christus. I

DISKENS, on a chapeau, a lion, couchant.

DISKER, and DISKERS, on a mount, vert, a cen- taur, passant, regardant, ppr. and ar. , draw- ing a bow and arrow, or, feathered, of the third. comp.

DISNEY, Line, and Bucks., a lion, passant, gar- dant, gu.

Diss, Eng,, a demi-lion, vert.

DITFORD, Eng., on a mount, or, a bull, passant, gu.

DIVE, Beds, and Northamp., a wyvern, wings addorsed, gu. J 'ay espere mieux avoir.

DIVIE, and DIVVIE, Sco., an eagle's head, couped, ppr. Scdulitate.

Dix, a greyhound's head, ar., ducally gorged, gu., between wings, or. see plate

DIXIE, Eng., a leopard, sejant.

DIXIE, an ounce, sejant, ppr., ducally gorged, or. Quod dixi, dixi.

DIXON, Norf., a stag's head, erased, attired.

;

DIXON, Herts., on a mount, vert, a tiger, sejant, erm., ducally gorged, or. comp.

DIXON, Berks, and Chesh., a demi-lion, ram- pant, or.

DIXON, Kent, a demi-hind, sa., bezantee.

DIXON, Herts., a sphere, ar., charged with a pale, indented, vert.

DIXON, Devons., an arm, embowed, vested, erminois, cuffed, ar., in hand a torteau, of the fiist. comp.

DIXON, Ets. and Durh., a cubit arm, vested, erminois, cuffed, ar., in hand, ppr., a round, of the first. comp. .

DIXON, Yorks., a stag's head, erased.

DIXON, Yorks., an eagle, displayed, sa. Quod dixi, did.

DIXON, Eng., a demi-eagle, displayed, ppr., winged, vair. In recto Jides. .

DIXON, Sco., a water- bouget.

DIXON, Sheffield, an arm, embowed, vested, and cuffed, in hand a garland of roses. Fide et constantia.

DIXON, a tiger, sejant, collared and lined.

DIXWELL, Kent and Warw., in lion's gamb, couped, az., an eagle's wing with leg con- joined, sa.

DOANE, Chesh., a sheaf of arrows, or, headed and feathered, ar., banded, gu. II

DOBBIE, and DOBIE, Sco., a cross crosslet, fitched, gu.

DOBBIE, and DOBIE, Sco., an eagle, displayed, ppr. Non minima sed magna prosequor.

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DOBBIE, Sco., a crescent, az.

DOBBIN, Iri., a demi-lion, or, supporting a long

cross, gu.

DOBBIN, Eng., in dexter hand a laurel-branch,

ppr., fructed, gu.

DOBBINS, and DOBINS, Eng., a staff raguly,

surmounted by an eagle, displayed, ppr.

DOBBS, a lion, sejant, affronte'e.

DOBBS, Eng., a lion, sejant, affrontee, in each

paw a dagger, ppr.

DOBBS, Iri., a unicorn's head, couped, ar.,

maned, armed, and tufted, or.

DOBBS, Iri., two hands couped and conjoined,

in fess, dexter in armour, supporting a

laurel-branch and thistle, in orle.

DOB





DOBBS of Castle Dobbs, Antrim, a unicorn's head, erased, ar. Amor Dei et proximi sum- ma beatitudo. -

DOBEDE, Camb., on a mount, vert, a demi- lion, erased, ar., crowned, or, holding an escutcheon. Droit a chacun. see plate

DOBELL, on a mount, vert, a hart, lodged, be- tween four bulrushes, ppr. comp.

DOBELL, Suss., an eagle's head, ppr. Tout prest.

DOBIE, Eng., in hand a scroll, between two branches of laurel, in orle.

DOBIE, an eagle, displayed.

DOBLE, Somers., on a mount, vert, a doe, lodged, ar., pierced by four arrows, in sal- tier, or.

DOBREE, on a mount, vert, a thistle, ppr. Spe mvitur. comp.

DOBREE, Eng., on a ducal coronet, a talbot, passant, collared and lined, or.

DOBSON, Lond., Westm., and Northumb., two lions' gambs, in saltier, gu.

DOBYNS, Lond., out of a ducal coronet, two lions' gambs, in saltier.

DOCKENFIELD, and DOKENFIELD, out of a ducal coronet, or, an arm, erect, vested, per pale, gu. and ar., in hand, ppr., the s\*n, gold. I

DOCKER, Eng., a bridge of three arches, ppr.

.

DOCKINGFIELD, a cubit arm, erect, in hand, ppr., the sun, or.

DOCKSEY, on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a lion's head, erased. ^

DOCKWARE, and DOCKWRAY, Yorks., within a fetterlock, az., a heart, gu.

DOCKWRAY, a demi - lion, rampant, between paws a plate, gu.

DOCTON, and DOKETON, Eng., a fleur-de-lis, sa.

DOD, and DODD, Chesh. and Surr., a garb, or, environed by a snake, ppr.

Don, Salop, a serpent, vert, issuing from and piercing a garb.

DOD, and DODE, Eng., two hands, conjoined, one in armour, ppr., supporting a branch of palm and a thistle.

DOD, and DODD, Iri., a horse, statant, saddled and bridled.

DODDS, and DODS, Northumb. and Sco., a fer- ret, or.

DODDS, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, a rein- deer's head, ppr.

DODERIDGE, Devons., a lion's head, erased, gu., murally gorged, or. see plate

DODGE, Kent, Chesh., and Norf., a demi-sea- dog, az., collared, finned, and purfled, or.

DODGIN, Eng., an arm, vested, or, cuffed, az.,

embowed, in fess, in hand a sword, enfiled

with a leopard's face, ppr. II

DODINGSELLS, Eng., a wolf, passant, gu.

DODINGTON, Salop, a lion's gamb, erect, or.

- DODINGTON, Somers., in lion's gamb, ppr., a

flag, gu., charged with a cheveron, or.

comp. DODINGTON, Wilts., a stag, lodged, regardant,

ar., in mouth an acorn, or, stalked and

leaved, vert. comp. .

DODMER, and DODMORE, an arm, in hand, ppr.,

two arrows, vert. comp.

DODSON, Westm., two lions' gambs, in saltier,

gu.

DOM

DODSON, a demi-griffin, segreant.

DODSON, three faces, two male and one female, conjoined in one neck, male face on top, and male and female to sinister and dexter.

T - T

DODS WALL, and DODS WELL, a lion's head, erased, ppr.

DODS WORTH, Bart., Yorks. : (i.) For Dods- worth, a cubit arm, in chain mail, or, hand, ppr., grasping a broken tilting- spear, gold. . (.) For Smith, out of a ducal coronet, or, a boar's head, couped at neck, az.

DODS WORTH, Eng., a demi-lion, supporting a long cross.

DODWELL of Shankill House, Dublin, a demi- lion, ar., pellettee, armed and langued, az. comp. and

DOE, Eng., a demi-lion, supporting a ship's rudder, ppr.

DOE, Lane., a garb, or, with a coulter stuck within band, in bend sinister, sa. see plate

DOEG, in hand a thistle.

DOGET, and DOGETT, Kent, on a chapeau, a

bull, collared, to collar a bell, pendent, ppr.

comp.

DOGGELL, on a chapeau, turned up, a wild bull, gorged with coronet, ringed and lined.

DOGGET, Norf., a lion's head, or, murally gorged, sa. see plate

DOGHERTY, and DOHERTY, Eng. and Iri., a wolf, current, erm. I

DOGHERTY, and DOHERTY, Iri., a boar, regard- ant, transfixed by an arrow. see plate

DOGHERTY, and DOHERTY, Iri., in hand a sword.

- DOIG, a falcon, wings expanded and inverted,

belled, ppr.

D'OiLEY, and D'OYLEY, Eng., a demi-wyvern,

vert, winged, or.

DOILY, out of a ducal coronet, or, an etoile,

ar., between wings, gu.

DOKERTON, a fleur-de-lis, ppr.

DOLAN, Eng., a decrescent, gu.

DOLBEN, Bart., Northamp., a griffin, sejant,

wings addorsed, ppr.

DOLBEN, Eng., a demi-bull, ar., gorged with

laurel leaves, vert. II

DOLBY, Ess. and Leic., a demi-griffin, ar.,

winged and beaked, or.

DOLEMAN, Eng., an elephant's head, erased,

sa.

DOLINE, a fleur-de-lis, az., between wings, ar. DOLING, Eng., a buck's head, ppr., gorged

with a bar, dancettee, ar. and sa.

comp.

DOLING, a stag's head, erased, ppr. DOLLAR, an arm, embowed, in hand a falchion,

ppr., hilt and pommel, or. -

DOLLING, a buck's head, ppr., attired, or. DOLMAN, Berks., a garb, ar., eared and band- ed, or. DOLPHIN of Turoe, Gal way, a dolphin, haurient,

ppr. Firmum in vitd nihil.

DOLPHIN, a swan, ppr. - IJ

DOLPHIN, Northumb., a swan's head and neck,

between wings, ppr. - *

DOLPHIN, and DOLPHINE, a lion, passant, gar-

dant, or, in dexter, a mill-rind, sa. DOLSEBY, a demi-griffin, ar., winged, or. DOLTON, Eng., a demi-lion. - *

DOMERE, Engv, a castle, sa., masoned, ar.

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DOMINICK, Bucks , a stag, sejant, or, attired, gu., gorged with a naval coronet, of the last, resting dexter on an antique shield, vert.

DOMVILE, and DOMVILLE, Salop, issuing from a cloud, a hand, in fess, stretching towards a garland of laurel. I-

DOMVILLE, Bart., Iri., a lion's head, erased, ducally crowned. comp.

DOMVILLE, Bart., Herts., out of a mural coro- net, gu., a demi-lion, ar., supporting between paws an escutcheon, az., charged with three Oriental crowns, the points alternately radi- ated, or. see plate

DOMVILLE of Lymme Hall, Chester, a buck's head, cabossed, ppr.

DOMVILLE, Chesh., two lions' gambs, erased, in saltier, ar. - ^

DON, Bart., Sco., a pomegranate, ppr. Non deerit alter aureus.

DON, Sco., in hand a pen, ppr. Suum cuique.

DON, and DONN, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, on a mount, a stag at gaze, all ppr.

DONALD, Eng., out of a cloud, in dexter hand, in fess, ppr., a cross patted, fitched, sa.

H-

DONALD, Sco., an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a sword, all ppr. Toujours pr&t.

DONALD, Sco., an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a scimitar, all ppr. Toujours pret.

DONALD, Sco., a garb., ppr. Facet spera.

DONALDSON, Sco.. the rudder of a ship, ppr. Steer steady.

DONALDSON, Sco., on a rock, az., a raven, sa. My hope is constant in thee. .

DONALDSON, a garb, vert. Nutti inimicus ero.

DONALDSON, Lond., in hand a sword, ppr.

My hope is constant in thee. *-

DONALDSON, Sco., in hand a sword, ppr. Aut

pax, aut bettum. .

DONALDSON, a cock, crowing, ppr., within two

adders, in orle. Prudenter vigilo. DONALDSON, in dexter hand a dagger, in pale,

ppr., hilted, or, pommelled, ar. Prompt us.

DONAND, Eng., on the front of a rock, a Cor- nish chough, ppr.

DONAND, a savage, wreathed about middle with leaves, ppr. I.

DONA VAN, a hawk, wings displayed, ppr.

loo.

DONCASTELL, Berks., a buck's head, couped, or, vulned in neck, gu. comp.

DONE, Eng., a bugle-horn. I.

DONE, a bundle of arrows, ar., barbed, az., banded, gu. II

DONE, Chesh.: (i.) A buck's head, couped at shoulders, ppr. . (.) Two sheaves of arrows, in saltier, or, banded, gu. II

DONEGAL, Marquess of (Chichester), a stork, ppr., wings expanded, in mouth a snake, ar., headed, or. Invitum sequitur honor or Honor sequitur fugientem.

DONELAN, Eng., in a lion's paw, erased, a sceptre, in pale, ppr.

DONELAN of Hillswood, Galway, a lion, ram- pant. Omni violentid major.

DONELAN, and DONNELAN, a greyhound, sejant, ar. .

DONELLT, and DONNELLY, Iri., a church and spire, ppr.

DONERAILE, Viscount (Hayes St. Leger), Iri., a griffin, passant, or. Haut et bon.

DONGAN, a lion, passant, or, in dexter a hel- met, ppr.

DONHAULT, Northarnp. and Oxon., a cherub, or.

DONITHEIN, a swan, swimming among rushes.

DONITHORN, Cornw., a swan, wings addorsed, naiant in a lake, ppr.

DONKIN, a ship in distress, ppr.

DOXKIN, Eng., a leopard, couchant, ppr. n.

DONNAR, an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., garnished, or, in hand a truncheon, ar.

DONNE, Chesh., a bundle of arrows, or, headed and feathered, ar., banded, gu. n

DONNE, a wolf's head, erased, or.

DONOUGHMORE, Earl of (Hely-Hutchinson), a cockatrice, wings expanded, az., combed, wattled, and mernbered, or.

DONOVAN, Iri., a cross fleury, fitched, ar. .

DONOVAN, Suss, and Surr., a hawk, wings dis- played, ppr. Adjuvante Deo in hostes.

DONNIKE, Eng., in dexter hand a tilting-spear, all ppr.

DOOLAN, Iri., a demi-lion, rampant, gardant, in dexter a battle-axe, ppr.

DOOLMAN, Iri., a wolf, passant, az.

DOORE, a demi-tiger, az., crined and tufted, or, holding an escallop, of the last, see plate

DOPPING, Eng., a dove, volant, az.

see plate

DOPPING, Iri., a demi-eagle, displayed, sa.

DORAN, Eng., in lion's paw, sa., a battle-axe.

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DORAN, Iri., a bear's head, couped, in fess, be- tween two branches of laurel, in orle, vert.

DORAN, Iri., out of a ducal coronet, or, a lion's head, ppr.

DORANNAN, Iri., an eagle, rising, ppr.

DORCHESTER, Baron (Guy-Carleton), a dexter arm, embowed, in hand an arrow, ppr., arm naked to elbow, the shirt folded above it, ar., and vested above, gu. Quondam his vicimus armis. comp. -

DORE, Hants., a tower, embattled, sa., on top a lion, rampant. Fortis in arduis.

DORE, Eng., between the horns of a crescent, ar., a cross pattee, or. -

DORE, Wilts., on a mural coronet, ar., an eagle, rising, purp., in beak an antique shield.

see plate

DORIEN, a demi-savage, holding over dexter shoulder a hammer.

DORINGTON, and DORRINGTON, Eng., in lion's gamb, ppr., a flag, gu., charged with a cheveron, or. S - J

DORMAN, in lion's paw a tilting-spear.

DORMER, Earl of Carnarvon. See CARNARVON.

DORMER, Baron (Dormer), a dexter hand, gloved, ppr., surmounted by a falcon, ar. do che Dio vuole is voglio.

DORMER, on a dexter gauntlet, a falcon, close, ppr. - J

DORMERE, a wyvern, wings displayed.

DORN, Lond., a stag's head, erased, ppr.

DORN, round two battle-axes, addorsed, in pale, a serpent entwined, ppr. in.

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DORNFORD, Eng., two battle-axes, in saltier, addorsed, ppr.

DORRELL, a goat's head, erased, ar., attired, or. -

DORRELL, an antelope's head, couped, ar., attired, or. -

DORRIEN, Herts., a cubit arm, erect, ppr., in hand a trefoil, slipped, vert.

DORSET, Duke of (Sackville-Germain), out of a coronet, of fleur-de-lis, or, an etoile of eight points, ar. Aut nunquam tentes, aut perfice. comp.

DORVILLE, a rose, slipped, ppr.

DORVILLE, Eng., a rose. '

DORWARD, Sco., a cross pattee, fitched, ar. This m defend.

DOTCHEN, Wore., a stork's head, erased, ar., between wings, sa.

DOTSON, Cornw., in hand a sword, ppr.

DOTTIN, Hants., a doe, trippant, ppr., charged on body with three torteaux, in fess.

comp.

DOUBLEDAT, Middx., an arm, in armour, or, resting gauntlet on a shield, az., thereon a mullet, pierced, gold.

DOUCE of Debtling, Kent, an antelope's head. Oder et vigilans.

DOUGAL, Sco., a bull's head, cabossed, ppr. .

DOUGAN, Lond., a lion, passant, dexter cut off at the joint.

DOUGHTY, or DOUTY, a cubit-arm, erect, vest- ed, per pale, crenellee, or and ar., cuffed, gold, in hand, ppr. , a mullet of six points, sa.

DOUGHTY, a dove, rising, in mouth an olive- branch, ppr. .

DOUGHTY, a mullet, gu.

DOUGHTY of Theberton Hall, Suff., a mullet, sa. Palma non sine pulvere.

DOUGLAS, Baron (Douglas), Sco., on a chapeau, a salamander, vert, in fire, ppr. Jamais arriere.

DOUGLAS, Bart., of Glenbervie, Sco., a sala- mander in flames, ppr. Jamais arriere, .

DOUGLAS, Bart., of Carr, Sco., an arm, in ar- mour, embowed, in hand a dagger, all ppr. Lock sicker.

DOUGLAS of Kinglassie, a sanglier between the clefts of an oak-tree, with a chain and lock binding them together, all ppr. Lock sicker.

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DOUGLAS of Killhead, Bart., a human heart, gu., bezantee, imperially crowned, and wing- ed, or. Forward.

DOUGLAS of Castle-Douglas, Bart., a heart, gu., imperially crowned, or, winged, ar., on each wing a mullet, sa. Audax et promptus.

comp. I

DOUGLAS of Cruxton, on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a. salamander in flames, ppr. For- ward.

DOUGLAS of Cavers, in dexter hand a broken lance, in bend, ppr. Do or die.

DOUGLAS of Bridgeford, a dexter hand grasp- ing a sword, erect, all ppr. Petit ardua vir- tus.

DOUGLAS, Eng., a heart, bezantee, royally crowned, between wings, ppr.

DOUGLAS of Tympindean, a plume of ostrich- feathers, ppr.

DOUGLAS of Kelhead, a heart, winged, ppr. Jamais arriere.

DOUGLAS, Kent, an arm, in armour, embowed,

DOW

ppr., garnished, or, in hand a dagger, also ppr., hilt and pommel, gold.

DOUGLAS, Sco., a dragon in flames.

DOUGLAS, Sco., a martlet, sa. Jursum. DOUGLAS, Sco., a peacock, ppr.

DOUGLAS, in hand a human heart, ppr., en- signed with a crescent, ar. Meliora spe- rando. DOUGLAS, out of a bush, in dexter hand an

oak-leaf, ppr. Tandem fit surculus arbor. DOUGLAS, an oak-tree, ppr., with a lock hang- ing from one of the branches. Quce serata secura.

DOUGLAS, out of a cloud, in dexter hand a

sword, erect, ppr. God for us.

DOUGLAS, a demi-savage, wreathed about head

and middle with leaves, holding a club, ppr.

DOUGLAS, on stump of tree, a falcon, wings ex- panded, ppr., belled, or, charged on breast with a mullet, az. Sursum. comp. DOUGLAS, a heart, gu. Fortis etfidelis. DOUGLAS, a greyhound's head, sa.

DOUGLAS, a griffin's head, couped.

DOUGLAS, SCOTT, Bart.: (i.) A lion's head, erased, in mouth a thistle, ppr. comp. (.) A cubit-arm, vert, in hand a broken tilting-spear, all ppr. For Douglas Do or die and for Scott Pro patrid.

DOUGLAS, Duke of BUCCLEUGH, Earl of MOR- TON, Marquess of QUEENSBERRY, Earl of WEMYSS, and Earl of SELKIRK. See those titles respectively.

DOUGLASS of Grace Hall, Down, a dexter arm,

erect, in hand a human heart, all ppr.

Forward.

DOUNIE, and DOWNIE, Sco., a cock, ppr.

Courage.

DOUNIES, Eng., a wolf's head.

DOUTHWAITE, on a rock, ppr., a fleur-de-lis.

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Dov ANNAN, an eagle, wings displayed. DOVE, a hunting-horn, stringed. I.

DOVE, Sco. , a pegasus, salient, wings addorsed,

and ducally gorged, all ppr. Ji. II

DOVE, Surr., in a chaplet, vert, banded, or,

a dove, ppr.

DOVE, on a tower, a dove, rising, ppr. DOVE, a dove, wings expanded, ppr., in mouth

a sprig, vert. .

DOVER, Hants., on a demi-tower, triple-towered,

ar., a demi-cockatrice, wings expanded, vert. DOVER, Eng., an owl, ar.

DOVOR, Baron (Agar-Ellis), a demi-lion, ram- pant, or. Non hccc sine numine. Dow, Sco., a dove, ppr. Patience. II DOWBIGGIN, a reindeer's head, cabossed, ppr.

DOWD, Iri., a bird, ppr.

DOWDAL, and DOWDALL, Eng., out of a ducal

coronet, a boar's head and neck, collared, or.

comp. DOWDAL, . and DOWDALL, a dove, ducally

crowned, ppr.

DOWDAL, and DOWDALL, Iri., a holy lamb, ppr.

- I' DOWDE, Iri., a mailed arm, in hand a spear,

all ppr., headed, ar. comp.

DOWDESWELL, Ess., issuing from clouds, two

hands, wrenching asunder the trunk of a

tree, ppr. - J

DOWDING, Eng., a Catherine- wheel, az.

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DBA

DOWDS, Iri., a dove, gu. II

Do WELL, Eng., a lion's head, erased, sa. DOWELL, two lions' gambs, erased, in saltier,

enfiled with a wreath of laurel, comp. DOWGLAS, Sco., a dexter arm, in armour, em-

bowed, in hand a sword, all ppr. DOWGLAS, Sco., in hand a scimitar. Honor et

amor. -

DOWIE, Sco., a dove, volant, in mouth an olive- branch, ppr. Patience. BOWIES, Norf., a wolf's head, erm., charged

with a mullet. comp.

DOWINE, Sco., in dexter hand a dagger, ppr.

Holdfast.

DOWKER, out of a ducal coronet, sa., a plume

of five ostrich-feathers, ar.

DOWKEE, Iri., two hands conjoined, supporting

a human heart, ppr.

DOWLAND, Eng., a tiger, passant, gardant, or.

II. IO

DOWLEB, Eng., a hand, erect, plucking a thistle, ppr.

DOWLEY, Eng.,'a demi-heraldic tiger, gu., du- cally gorged, or.

DOWLING, Iri., a lion's head, erased, az. gorged with two bars, or.

DOWLING, Eng., out of a mural coronet, a dexter arm, vested, in hand a sword, wavy.

DOWMAN, Yorks., out of a mural coronet, a bundle of seven arrows, banded.

comp.

DOWN, and DOWNS, Eng., in hand a broken hammer.

DOWNE, Viscount, Iri. (Dawnay), a demi- Saracen, in armour, couped at thighs, wreathed about temples, ppr., in dexter a ring, or, stoned, az., in sinister a lion's gamb, erased, of [the second, armed, gu. Timet pudorem.

DOWNE, Surr., a sea-lion, erect, gu. , guttle, or.

DOWNE, an arm, ar., cuffed, or, in hand, ppr., a crescent, of the second, flammant, ppr.

DOWNER, Eng., two hands, conjoined, in fess, winged at wrists.

DOWNES, Baron (Ulysses Burgh), Iri. : (i.) For Burgh, a mountain-cat, sejant, ppr., collared, and chain reflexed over back, or. (.) For Downes, a wolf's head, erased, ppr., charged on neck with a mullet, or. A cruce solus,

see plate

DOWNES, Ess., a stag, lodged, ar.

DOWNES, Chesh., a buck, couchant, ar.

DOWNES, Suff. and Norf., a wolf's head, ar., charged with a mullet.

DOWNES, a buck's head, erased, ppr.

DOWNFIELD, a cock, ppr. Virtute et Idbore.

DOWNHAM, Iri., a dexter arm, embowed, ppr., in hand a club, vert.

DOWNIE, Sco., a ship under sail, with a plough on deck, all ppr. Ex undis aratra.

see plate

DOWNIE, Eng., a dagger and a cross crosslet, fitched, in saltier. i

DOWNIE, a boar's head, erased, or. .

DOWNIE, Sco., a cock, ppr. Courage.

DOWNIE, Sco., out of a ducal coronet, a cock's head.

DOWNING, Cambs. and Norf., an arm, in ar- mour, embowed, ar. , in hand, ppr., a broad arrow, or, headed and feathered.

DOWNING, Norf., a bear's head, couped, in fess.

DOWNING, Iri, a boar's head, couped, gu.

DOWNING, Ess., out of a ducal coronet, a swan, or. .

DOWNMAN, Eng., in a hand a lancet, ppr.

DOWNS, out of a tower, ar., a demi-lion, ram- pant, gu., holding a battle-axe, ppr.

comp.

DOWNSHIRE, Marquess of (Blundell- Sandy s- Trumbull-Hill), a reindeer's head, couped, gu., attired and collared, or. Ne tentes, aut perfice.

DOWNTON, Salop, in dexter hand a sword, in pale, enfiled with a savage's head, all ppr.

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DOWSE, Eng., issuing from clouds, two hands, brandishing scimitars, ppr.

DOWSING, Norf., a squirrel, sejant, cracking a nut, ppr.

DOWSON, Eng., a lion, rampant.

DOWSON, Suff., a dove, ppr.

Dox, and DOXEY, Eng., a demi-savage, in dexter three arrows, in pale, sinister point- ing to an imperial crown, all ppr. I

DOYLE, and DOYLEY, Norf., out of a mural coronet, ar., an arm, embowed, ppr., vested, sa., cuffed, of the first, in hand a spear, of the second.

DOYLE, Bart., Lond., out of a ducal coronet, or, a buck's head, erased, ppr. Fortitudine vine it. I

DOYLE, Iri., a stag's head, couped, gu., ducally gorged, ppr. comp.

DOYLE, G.C.B., a Mameluke on horseback, at full speed, in the act of throwing a djirid, all ppr. Fortitudine vincit.

D'OYLEY, or D'OYLY, Bart., Norf., out of a ducal coronet, or, two eagles' wings, erect, sa. Do no ytt, quoth D'Oyle.

D'OYLEY, a buck's head, cabossed, ar.

D'OYLEY, Oxon., a demi-dragon, wings ad- dorsed, or.

D'OYLEY, Bart., a demi-dragon, wings ad- dorsed, in claws a fleur-de-lis.

DOYNE, Iri., a holly-tree, vert.

DRACELOW, and DRAKELOW, a demi-husband- man, in dexter an ox-yoke, ppr.

DRAGHORN, and DREGHORN, on rye-grass, a horse, feeding, ppr. Utitur ante qucesitis.

DRAGO, Cambs., a demi-eagle, displayed, dexter wing charged with a fleur-de-lis, of the last, sinister with one, gold. Invidid major. comp.

DRAGONER, Middx., a pheon, sa.

DRAKE, a hand out of clouds drawing a ship round a globe. Perseverando.

DRAKE of Springfield, Devons. : (i.) A dexter arm, erect, ppr., in hand, a battle-axe, sa. . (.) An eagle, displayed, gu. Aqulla non captat muscas.

DRAKE of Roriston, co. Meath, a wyvern, wings displayed, tail nowed, gu.

DRAKE, Bart., of Buckland. Devons., a ship under reef, drawn round a globe with a cable rope, by a hand out of clouds, all ppr. A uxilio divino and Sicparvis magna.

DRAKE, an arm, embowed, ar., thereon two bendlets, wavy, gu., supporting a battle- axe, staff, sa., headed, of the first. IO

DBA

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DRAKE, a reindeer's head, erased, or, ducally gorged and attired, sa. comp.

DRAKE, Bart., Devons. : (r.) For Drake, a ship under reef, drawn round a globe with a cable rope, by a hand out of clouds, all ppr. Auxiliodivino and Sic panismagna. . (.) For Ettiott, a dexter hand, in armour, couped above wrist, grasping a scimitar, all ppr., wrist charged with a key, sa. Fortiter et recte. comp. . (.') For Fuller, out of a ducal coronet, gu., a lion's head, ar. Sic parvis magna and Per ardua.

DRAKE, Eng. and Iri., a dexter arm, erect, ppr., in hand a battle-axe, sa., headed, ar.

DRAKE, Iri. and Eng., a wyvern, wings ad- dorsed, ar.

DRAKE, Norf., a reindeer's head, couped, ar.

comp.

DRAKE, TYRWHITT-, Bucks, and Line. : (i.) T?orl)rake, a naked dexter arm, erect, in hand a battle-axe, ar., headed, sa. . (.) For Tyrwhitt, a savage, ppr., wreathed, vert, hold- ing a club.

DRAKE, Bucks., a savage, wreathed about waist and temples, vert, holding over dexter shoulder a club, or.

DRAKENFORD, an anchor and cable, ppr. .

DRANE, a demi-lion, rampant, ppr.

DRANSFIELD, Ess. and Yorks., a sword, in pale, enfiled with a Turk's head, all ppr.

DRAPER, Eng., a stag's head, gu., attired, or, charged on neck with a fess, between three annulets, of the last. Vicit pepercit.

comp.

DRAPER, Northumb., a cubit arm, vert, vested, erminois, in hand, ppr., a mullet, of six points, or.

DRAPER, Iri., a galley, oars in action, ppr.

DRAPER, Middx., Beds., and Oxon., a tiger's head, vert, tufted, or, pierced through neck by an arrow, gold. see plate

DRAPER, Leic. and Notts., a cubit arm, erect, vested, vert, cuffed and puffed, ar., in hand, ppr., a covered cup, or. comp.

DRAPER, Bucks., a camel's head, erm., bridled, or, maned, sa. comp.

DRAPER, Lond., a stag's head, erased, gu., gorged with a fess between two gemelles, ar., and charged with a fleur-de-lis, sa.

comp.

DRAX, a demi-dragon, wings addorsed, or.

DRAX, out of a ducal coronet, or, an eagle's head, ppr. see plate

DRAYCOTE, Derbs., a dragon's head, erased, gu., scaled, or.

DRAYCOT, or DRAYCOTT, a dragon's head, couped, vert.

DRAYCOT, or DRAYCOTT, a dragon's head, erased, gu.

DRAYNER, Kent, a lion, sejant, in paws a broken tilting-spear, all ar.

DRAYNER, Middx., a pheon, or.

DRAYTON, Lond., the sun, or. Non nobis solum.

DRAYTON, Eng., in dexter hand, couped, ppr., a cross crosslet, fitched, gu.

DRAYTON, an eagle's leg, couped, or, thigh, az.

DRKUX, Eng., a ram's head, ar., armed, or.

."

DREW, Iri., in dexter hand a chapeau, all ppr., between two laurel-branches, vert.

DREW, Wilts., a lion's head, erased, gu., col- lared, gobony, or and az.

DREW, Eng., a bull's head, erased, sa., armed, or, in mouth three wheat-ears, gold.

DREW, on a mount, vert, a roebuck, current, or.

DREW, Sco., a cup, or.

DREWE, Eng., two arms, couped, in saltier, ppr., vested, ar., each holding a scimitar, in pale.

DREWELL, Bucks., a dexter arm, embowed, ppr., vested, or, cuffed, gu., in hand a covered cup, of the second.

DREWRY, Eng., a greyhound, current, sa., col- lared, or.

DRING, Eng., on a chapeau, a phoenix in flames ppr.

DRINKWATER, three ears of wheat, two in sal- tier and one in pale, enfiled with a ducal coronet, all or.

DRISDALE, Iri., within a chaplet, or, a thistle, slipped and leaved, ppr.

DRIVER, Eng., a heart, gu., winged, or.

DRIVER, a sinister arm in armour, embowed, in hand a laurel-wreath, ppr.

DROGHEDA, Marquess of (Moore), out of a ducal coronet, or, a moor's head, ppr., wreathed, ar. and az. Fortis cadere, cedere non potest.

DROUGHT, Eng., under a tree, a stag at gaze, ppr. .

DROUGHT, Iri., a sceptre, or. n

DROUGHT of Lettybrook, Iri., a rainbow, ppr. Semper sitiens.

DRUCE, Eng., two arms, couped, in saltier, gu., each hand holding a scimitar, in pale, ppr.

DRUCE, an arm, in armour, embowed, hand grasping a scimitar, ppr. .

DRUITT, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, a plume of five ostrich-feathers, banded. .

DRUITT, a talbot, passant, collared and lined.

DRUMMOND, Eng. and Sco., two arms drawing a bow and arrow, ppr. Arte et marte.

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DRUMMOND, Bart., of Hawthornden, Sco., a demi-pegasus, ar., winged, or. Hos glmia reddit honores. comp. Ji.

DRUMMOND of The Boyce, Glouc., two arms drawing an arrow to head, ppr. Marte et arte.

DRUMMOND of Cadland, Hants., a goshawk, wings expanded, ppr.

DRUMMOND, Earl of Kinnoul, and Viscount Strathallan. See KINNOUL and STRATH- ALLAN.

DRUMMOND, a pegasus, ppr., maned and winged, or. Hos gloria reddit honores. - *

DRUMMOND, a demi-pegasus, armed and winged, or.

DRUMMOND, a falcon, rising, ppr.

DRUMMOND of Riccarton, a lion, rampant, az., armed and langued, gu. Dum spiro, spero.

DRUMMOND of Cargill, an eagle, volant. DRUMMOND of Arncraig, two arms, ppr., shoot- ing an arrow irom a bow, or. Marte et arte.

DRUMMOND, Earl of Perth, on a ducal coronet,

DRU





DUO

a sloth-hound, standing, ppr., collared and leashed, gu. Gang warily.

DRUMMOND of Blair, a nest of young ravens, ppr. Deus prov idebit.

DRUMMOND of Invermay, in dexter hand a flaming heart, ppr. comp.

DRUMMOND of Cultmalundy, in hand a heart, ppr. Cum corde.

DRUMMOND of Machany, a falcon, hooded, jessed, and belled, ppr. Prius mm*i quam fidemf oiler e.

DRUMMOND of Logie Almond, a dexter arm, from shoulder, in hand a broadsword, ppr. Nil timeo.

DRUMMOND of Colnhalzie, on a rock, a turtle- dove, ppr. Stomobolis. DRUMMOND of Pitkellanie, a sword and garb, in saltier, both ppr. Et marte, et arte. DRUMMOND of Carlowrie, a dexter hand hold- ing a curling-stone. Have at all. DRUMMOND of Midhope, three stars in a che- veron, or. A d astra per ardua. DRUMMOND of Kildees, a garland of laurel, ppr. Si rccte facias. DRUMMOND of Madderty, a falcon, ppr. armed, jessed, and belled, or. Lord haw mercy.

DRUMMOND of Monedie, a dove, standing on an anchor, in pale, ppr. Spes mea, res mea.

.

DRUMMONP, a ship in distress, ppr. DRUMMOND, a demi-lion, az. Dum spiro, spero.

DRUMMOND, a goshawk, wings displayed, ppr.

DRUMMOND, in hand a spear, ppr. Per mare,

per terras.

DRUMMOND, a pheon, or. Consequitur quod-

cunque petit.

DRUMMOND, a garland of laurel, ppr. Si recti

fades.

DRUMMOND, on a dexter hand, gloved, a hooded

hawk, ppr. Prius inori quam fidem fallere.

comp.

DRUMMOND, an eagle, rising from a globe, ppr.

Altiora peto.

DRUMMOND, on a ducal coronet, or, a greyhound,

statant, ar.

DRUMMOND, a falcon, close, regardant, in dex- ter a garland of laurel, all ppr. DRUMMOND, on a ducal coronet, or, a talbot, statant, ar., collared and lined, gu. DRUMSON, in dexter hand a battle-axe, ppr. Spectemur agendo. DRURY, Eng., a greyhound's head, erased, ppr.

DRURY, a greyhound, current, ppr., or.

DRURY, Iri., a battle-axe, in pale, ppr.

DRY, Lond., on a ducal coronet, a lion, passant,

gardant, ducally crowned, ppr. i

DRYDEN, Bart., Northamp., a demi-lion, az.,

sustaining in dexter a sphere, or.

see plate

DRYLAND, Norf., a demi-man, in military cos- tume, holding a banner, displayed, gu., charged with a cross, ar.

DRYSDALE, Sco., an anchor, with cable, ppr. Non sine anchor d.

DRYSDALE, Eng., a crane's head, crowned, ppr.

DRYSDALE, Sco., a martlet, sa. Per varios casus.

DRYWOOD, Ess., a greyhound's head, collared, az., between wings, counterchanged.

DRYWOOD. Ess., an oak-branch, fructed, ppr.

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DUANE, Eng. and Iri., a wolf's head, erased, ppr.

DUBBER, Surr., out of a mural coronet, gu., two wings expanded, ar., each charged with a bend, of the first, and thereon three cres- cents, of the second.

DUBERLEY of Gaines Hall, Hunts., a dexter arm, embowed, ppr., in hand three ears of wheat, or. Res, non verba. II

DUBERLEY, and DUBERLY, Wei., a dexter arm, embowed, ppr., in hand, also ppr., three wheat-ears, or.

DUBERLEY, and DUBERLY, a cock, in beak a trefoil, ppr.

DUBISSON, a cannet, sa. Nilimpossibile.

DUBISSON, on a chapeau, a cannet, sa. Nil impossible.

Du Bois, a falcon, close, ppr., belled, or.

Du BOYS, Lond., a wheel, or.

Du CANE, Lond. and Ess., a demi-lion, ram- pant, sa., ducally crowned, or, supporting an anchor, erect, gold. comp.

DUCAREL, Surr., a cock, gu.

DUCAT, and DUCHET, issuing from clouds, two hands conjoined, in fess, holding a palm- branch, all ppr.

DUCIE, Earl of (Reynolds-Morton), a demi- moorcock, displayed, ppr., combed and wattled, gu. Perseverando.

DUCIE, Staffs., a sea-lion, per fess, or and ppr., holding an anchor, of the second, see plate

DUCIE, a sea-lion, fore-part, or, tail, ar., sup- porting with dexter an anchor, az., fluke, of the first.

DUCIE, Eng., two palm-branches, in orle, vert.

DUCK, Norf. and Devons., on a mount, vert, a falcon, az., wings expanded, beaked and legged, or. IO

DUCK, on an anchor, erect, a snake, entwined, ppr.

DUCKENPIELD, a demi-husbandman, holding over dexter shoulder a ploughshare, all ppr.

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DUCKENSFIELD, Eng., on a tower, embattled, a flag, displayed, or.

DUCKET, Lond. and Wilts., a garb of lavender, vert, flowered, az., banded, or.

DUCKET, a sheldrake, ppr.

DUCKET, Eng., three wheat-ears, ppr. DUCKETT, Bart., Wilts. : (i.) For Jackson, a sheldrake, ppr., charged on breast with a saltier, gu. Malo pati quam foedari. comp. . (.) For Duckett, a garb of laven- der, vert. Je veux le droit. II DUCKETT, Wilts., out of a ducal coronet, or, a plume of ostrich-feathers, ar. Je veux le droit. . DUCKETT, Eng., a cockatrice, displayed, ppr.

DUCKINFIELD, and DUCKINGFIELD, out of a ducal coronet, or, a dexter arm, vested, gu., cuffed, ar., in hand the sun, gold. I DUCKWORTH, Bart., Devons., a tower, the battlements partly demolished, from the top flames issuant, ppr., on sinister side a sea- lion, erect, az., paws against the tower. Discipline, fide, pcrseverantid.

DUO





DUCKWORTH, on a garb, in fess, or, a wild duck, ppr.

DUCKWORTH, a female, in dexter, the sun, in sinister, the moon, ppr.

Du COIN, Eng., three mullets, in cheveron.

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DUDDINGSTON, and DUDINGSTOUN, Sco., a grey- hound's head, couped, ppr. .

DUDGEON, Eng., a holly-branch, vert, and a cross crosslet, fitched, az., in saltier.

DUDGEON, Sco., issuing from a heart, a hand, grasping a scimitar, all ppr.

DUDLEY, Cambs., a buck's head, erased, ar., attired, sa., neck pierced by an arrow, barbed and flighted, ppr., and gorged with a collar, gu., therefrom pendent an escutcheon, of the second, charged with a hand, in bend, or.

DUDLEY, a unicorn, passant, collared and chained.

DUDLEY, out of a viscount's coronet, or, a lion's head, az., collared and ringed, gold.

see plate

DUDLEY, Eng., an eagle, wings expanded, sa.

DUDLY, out of a ducal coronet, or, a lion's head, az., collared and ringed, gold.

comp.

DUDMAN, Eng., a salmon, naiant, ppr. - II

DUER, Eng., a branch of laurel, vert.

DUFF, Sco., in hand an escallop. Omniafor- tunce committo.

DUFF, Eng., a lion's head, erased, within a fetterlock, ppr.

DUFF, a demi-lion, ppr., in dexter a sword, erect, ar., hilt and pommel, or, in sinister a human heart, gu., with one wing to it.

DUFF, Earl of Fife. See FIFE.

DUFF of Fetteresso, Kincardine, a demi-lion, rampant, gu., in dexter a dagger, ppr. Virtute et opera, .

DUFF, a winged heart, ppr. Kind heart.

. II

DUFF, a demi-lion, gu., in dexter a broad- sword, ppr., hilt and pommel, or. Deus jurat.

. II

DUFF, a demi-lion, gu., in dexter a scimitar, ppr. Virtute et opera.

DUFF, Sco., a stag's head, ppr. Virtute it opera. IO

DUFFERIN, Lord (Blackwood), IrL, the sun in splendour, or. Per vias rtctas. I

DUFFIELD-DAWSON, Yorks. : (i.) For Duffield, a dove, with olive-branch, ppr. . (.) For Dawson, a greyhound, passant, sa.

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DUFFIELD, a bear's head, couped, sa., muzzled and collared. comp.

DUFFIELD, Lond., a talbot, passant, or, eared, gorged with a plain collar, and ringed, sa.

DUFFIN, Eng., a griffin, segreant, ppr. DUFFUS, Baron (Dunbar), Sco., a sword and key, in saltier, ppr. Sub spe.

DUFFY, Eng., an angel, ppr.

DUFFY, Iri., two palm-branches, in orle, ppr.

Du Fou, Eng., a pole-cat, passant, ppr. DUFRENE, a tree, ppr.

DUGAN, and DUGGAN, Eng., a talbot, statant, ppr., collared, ar. comp. .

DUGDALE, Eng., a demi-griffin.-

DUN

DUGDALE, Lane, and Warw., a griffin's head, between wings, or. Pestis patrice pigrities.

DUGGAN, a demi-lion, between paws a sword,

environed by a snake.

DUGMORE, Norf., an eagle, rising, ppr. IO

DUGNALL, Eng., a cross patte'e, per pale, or

and gu., between wings, counterchanged.

DUGUID, Sco., a dove, with olive-branch, ppr. Patientid et spe. ic.

Du HALGOET, Eng., a moor's head, couped at neck, ppr.

DUINE, Iri., a dexter hand, ppr. Celer atque fidelis.

DUKE, Surr., Kent, Wilts., and Devons., a demi-griffin, or, holding a chaplet, az.

comp.

DUKE, Suff., on a plume of five ostrich- feathers, three az., two ar., a sword, of the second, hilted, or.

DUKE, Salop, an arm, in armour, embowed to the sinister, garnished, or, in gauntlet a tilt- ing-lance, ppr., thereon a forked pennon, flowing to the sinister, per fess, ar. and sa., fringed and tasselled,of the first, and charged with an escutcheon, bearing the arms of the Holy Trinity, comp.

DUKENFIELD of Dukenfield, Bart., Chesh., out of a ducal coronet, or, in dexter hand, erect, gu., cuffed, ar., the sun in splendour. Ubi amor, ibifide*. I

DUKES, Eng., a tent, ppr.

DUKLEY, a falcon's leg, erased, belled, ppr.

DULANEY, a winged bull, sejant, resting dexter on a book, open.

DUMAR, on a foreign helmet, ppr., two ele- phants' trunks, sa., each charged with a fess, ar.

DUMARESQ, and DUMARESQUE, Eng., out of a mural coronet, a demi-lion, holding a flag.

. I

DUMAS, a lion's gamb, erased, gu.$

DUMBAIS, an arm, in armour, embowed, in fess, the shoulder on the wreath, in hand a cross crosslet, fitched.

DUMBAR, Sco., a lion's head, erased, crowned with an open crown, or. Fortis ct fidelis.

comp. I

DUMBLANE, Viscount. See LEEDS, Duke of.

DUMBLETON, Eng., an eagle, displayed.

DUMBRECK, Sco., in dexter hand a sword, in pale, on point a boar's head. Nocentes pro- sequor. II

DUMMER, Hants., a demi-lion, az., in dexter a fleur-de-lis, or. II

Du MOULINE, Eng., an eagle, wings addorsed, preying on an infant, swaddled. -

DUN, five snakes, erect on tails, bound in middle by one snake, in fess, or.

DUN, Somers., three snakes, erect, gu., tied in middle in a knot, ppr.

DUN, Somers., out of a ducal coronet, a bear's paw, erect, or, grasping a snake, ppr.

DUN, Sco., in dexter hand a key, ppr. Mecum habita. & \

DUN, and DUNN, Eng., within a serpent, in orle a boar's head, erased and erect, snout upward. - Jo

DUNALLEY, Baron (Prittie), In*., a wolf's head, erased, ar. In omnia paratus.

DUN

DUN

DUNBAR, Bart., of Durn, Sco., two laurel-sprigs,

in saltier, ppr. Spes dabit auxilium. DUNBAR, Bart., of Boath, Sco., a dexter hand apaumee, reaching to two earls' coronets tied together. Sub spe.

DUNBAR of Grange, a wreath of laurel, ppr.

Sub spe.

DUNBAR of Hempriggs, a demi-lion, in dexter

a rose, gu., slipped and leaved, vert. Ornat

fortem, prudentia. -

DUNBAR, Eng., a griffin's head, erased, ducally

gorged, in beak a pheon, ppr. DUNBAR of Baldoon, Sco., a horse's head, ar., bridled, gu. Firmior quo paratior. DUNBAR, Baron Duffus. See DUFFUS. DUNBAR, Bart., of Mochrum, Sco., a horse's head, bridled, a dexter hand, couped, ppr., holding the bridle. In promptu and Sub spe.

DUNBAR of Inchbreck, in hand an ear of wheat, ppr. Sapiens non eget.

DUNBAR of Leuchit, Sco., a dexter hand hold- ing a glove, ppr. Sapit qui laborat. DUNBAR of Machermore, Sco., a lion's head, erased, ar., crowned with an antique crown, or. Fortis et fidelis. comp. I

DUNBAR of Hillhead, a rose, slipped, gu. Olet et sanat.

DUNBAR, Iri., a demi-eagle, displayed, with two heads, imperially crowned.

DUNBAR, Sco., a sword and key in saltier, ppr. Sub spe.

DUNBAR, Sco., a dexter hand, couped, ppr. . DUNBAR, a horse's head. I

DUNBAR, two branches of laurel, in orle. DUNBOYNE, Baron, Iri. (Butler), in a ducal coronet, or, a plume of five ostrich-feathers, therefrom rising a demi-hawk, ar. Timor Domini fans vitce. comp.

DUNCAN, a hunting-horn, ppr. I.

DUNCAN, Eng. and Sco., a ship under sail. Discepati.

DUNCAN, Viscount. See CAMPERDOWN, Earl of. DUNCOMBE, Earl of Feversham. See FEVERS- HAM.

DUNCAN of Mairdrum, a boar's head, erased, ppr.

DUNCAN, a ship in distress, ppr. Disce pati.

DUNCAN, Sco. , a greyhound, ppr. , collared, or.

comp.

DUNCAN of Ardounie, a demi-greyhound, ppr.,

collared, or. Vivat veritas. .

DUNCAN, Iri., a lion, passant, or, supporting

with dexter a close helmet, ar., garnished,

gold.

DUNCANNON, Baron (Ponsonb}*), Iri., in a ducal coronet, az., three arrows, one in pale, two in saltier, points downward, environed by a snake, ppr. Pro rege, lege, grege. DUNCANSON, a dexter hand, apaume'e, ppr. Mens et manus.

DUNCH, Berks., out of a ducal coronet, or, an antelope's head, maned, armed, and attired, gold.

DUNCH, Berks., a demi-antelope, az., bezantee, armed, maned, and attired, or. comp. DUNCOMBE, Bucks., a talbot's head, erased, gu., eared, sa. , collared, ar. Non fecimus ipsi.

to.

DUNCOMBE, out of a ducal coronet, or, in lion's gamb, sa., a horse-shoe, ar _,

DUNCOMBE, Eng. and Iri., out of a ducal coro- net, or, a horse's leg, ppr.

DUNCOMBE, Sco., a demi-lion, ppr.

DUNDAS, Baron (Dundas), a lion's head, af- frontee, ppr., crowned with an antique crown, or, struggling through an oak-bush, also ppr., fructed, or. Essayez.

comp. II

DUNDAS, Bart., Surr., a dexter arm, erect, in hand, ppr., a mullet, az. Essayez.

DUNDAS, Bart., Sco., a lion's face, in a bush, ppr.

DUNDAS of Duddingston, in dexter hand a star, az. Essayez.

DUNDAS of Kinkevel, a lion's gamb, erect, ppr. Essayez hardiment.

DUNDAS of Dundas, a lion's head, affrontee, looking through a bush of oak, ppr. Essayez.

DUNDAS of Arniston, same crest and motto.

DUNDAS, a lion's head, affrontee, within two branches of laurel, in orle.

DUNDAS, Sco., a salamander in flames, ppr. Extinguo.

DUNDAS, Eng., on a chapeau, a flame, ppr.

DUNDAS, a lion's head, couped, or. Essayez.

DUNDAS, Viscount Melville. See MELVILLE.

DUNDAS of Blair Castle, Perth, a lion's head, affrontee, gu., looking through a bush of oak, ppr. Essayez. u

DUNDAS, WHITLEY-DEANS- of Barton Court, Berks.: (i.) For Dundas, a lion's head, affrontee, looking through a bush of oak, ppr. Essayez. n. (.) For Whitley, a stag's head, ar., attired, or, in mouth the end of a scroll, bearing motto, "Live to live." Arte vel Marte, for DEANS.

comp.

DUNDAS, HAMILTON- of Duddingston : ( i.) For Dundas, in hand, a mullet, az. Essayez. . - ( - ) Eor Hamilton, in hand a spear, ppr. Et arma, et virtus.

DUNDONALD, Earl of (Cochrane), Sco., a horse, passant, ar. Virtute et labore.

DUNE, Eng., a mullet.

DUNFERMLINE, Baron (Abercromby), a bee, erect, ppr.

DUNFORD, Eng., a wheat-ear, slipped, or.

DUNFORD, a lion's head, erased, ar., in mouth, a dexter hand, couped at wrist, ppr.

DUNFEE, Lond., a lion's head, erased, pierced in neck with sword, bent dexter. Esse quam videri.

DUNGANNON, Viscount (Hill-Trevor), Iri., a wyvern, sa. Quid verum atque decens.

DUNHAM, Line., a martin, passant, or, between two spears, erect, ppr.

DUNIES, Sco. and Eng., two palm-branches, in orle, ppr.

DUNIGUID, Sco., a dove, in mouth a laurel- branch, ppr. Patientid et spe.

DUNK, Eng., a lion's head, collared, or.

DUNKIN, Eng., an arm, in armour, couped at elbow, in fess, in hand a cross crosslet, fitched.

DUNKIN, Iri., an eel, naiant, ppr. .

DUNKLEY, Eng., a falcon's leg, erased, belled, and lined, ppr.

DUNLOP, between the horns of a stag, az., a cross pattee, ar.



DUN

DUNLOP, Sco., a rose, ppr. E spinis.

DUNLOP, Sco., in dexter hand a dagger, ppr.

Merito.

DUNLOP, Sco., in dexter hand a sword, ppr.

Merito. -

DUNLUCE, Viscount. See ANTRIM, Earl of.

DUNMILL, Kent, a unicorn's head, issuing, ppr.

Nee tardo.

DUNMORE, Earl of (Murray), a demi-savage,

wreathed about head and loins with oak, in

dexter a sword, erect, ppr., hilt and pommel,

or, in sinister a key, gold. Furth fortune

and fill the fetters. ' .

DUNMUJIE, an anchor, ppr. Spes anchora tuta.

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DUNN, Durh., five snakes, erect, on tails, tied to- gether round middle by one snake, in f ess, or. DUNN, Sco., on point of a sword, in pale, a garland of laurel, ppr. .

DUNN, and DUNNE, two lions' paws supporting a pillar, ppr.

DUNN, and DUNNE, two swords, in saltier, ppr., entwined by a ribbon, az., thereto a key, pendent, sa. I -

DUNN, and DUNNE, Iri., three holly-leaves, ppr., banded, gu. I

DUNN, Irl, in front of a tre, a lizard, pas- sant, all ppr. Vigilans et audax. DUNN, Oxon., a Mameluke on horseback, in dex- ter a scimitar, all ppr. Absque metu. DUNNAGE, a parrot, in beak a branch of cherry- tree, all ppr. . DUNNAGE, Eng., a sword, in pale, entiled with a leopard's head, cabossed. I DUNNET, Sco., on a rock, a fox, ppr. Non terra, sed aquis. . DUNNING, Sco. and Eng., a demi-talbot, ram- pant, in mouth an arrow. DUNOCK, a wyvern. DUNRAVEN, and MOUNTEARL, Earl of (Wynd- ham-Quin), Iri.: (i.) For Wyndham, a lion's head, erased, within a fetterlock and chain, or. . (.) For Quin, a wolfs head, couped, ar. Quod sursum volo vidcre. DUNSANT, Baron (Wadding-Pluukett), a horse, passant, ar. Festina lente. DUNSBORD, Devons., out of a ducal coronet, a demi-lion, rampant. DUNSFORD, Eng., out of a mural coronet, an eagle's head, ppr. I DUNSTABLE, Eng., a swan's head, ar., between wings, sa. - * DUNSTAVILLE, and DUNSTAVILE, a demi-friar, holding a lash. DUNSTER, Eng., out of the top of a tower, ar., an arm, embowed, vested, gu., cuffed, of the first, in hand a tilting-spear, sa. I DUNSTON, or DUSTON, Eng., a man's head, in profile, ppr. DUNTZE, Bart., Devons., between wings a mullet. i DUPA, or DUPPA, Eng., an acorn, slipped and leaved, ppr. DUPERIER, Totnes, Devon., a lion's head, crowned and erased, or, langued, gu. Ni vanite, nifaiblesse. DUPERON, on a chapeau, a martlet, ppr. . DUPONT, a flag, or, staff, ppr. Du PORT, on a rock, ppr., gutteVde-sang, a fal- con, also ppr., beaked and legged, gu. DUPPA, Kent, an arm, in armour, in hand a lion's paw, erased, or.

DUB

DUPRE, a rose. -

DUPRE, a rose, slipped, ppr.

DUPREE, a lion, rampant, ar.

DUPREE, a lion, rampant, ar., resting hind- dexter on a fleur-de-lis, gu.

DUPUY, a demi-griffin.

DURAND, Eng., a yew-tree, ppr. I

DURANT, Middx., a dragon, passant, gu., in dexter a sword, erect, ar., point bloody, hilt and pommel, or, on blade a ducal coronet, of the last. comp.

DURANT, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, or, a greyhound's head, sa., charged with an etoile, of the first. . I

DURANT, a boar, ar. , bristled, armed, and un- guled, or, pierced in side with a broken spear, ppr. , vulned, gu. see plate

DURBAN, Eng., the sun shining on stump of tree, ppr.

DURBAN, Somers., a talbot, passant, regardant, liver-coloured, charged on shoulder with a bezant, dexter supporting a lance, or, headed, ppr., thereon a banner displayed, gu., charged with a gauntlet, ar. see plate

DURBAN, and DURBIN, issuing from a cloud, in sinister a dexter arm, in hand a club, all ppr.

DURBOROUGH, Eng., a demi-chevalier, in dexter a sword, ppr.

DURELL, Lond., a Saracen's head, affronted, ppr., on head a cap., az., fretty, ar., tufted, or, doubled, erm., wreathed about temples, or and az. comp.

DURHAM, Earl of (Lambton) : (i.) For Lamb- ton, a ram's head, cabossed, ar., attired, sa. . (.) For Hedworth, a woman's head, affrontee, couped at breasts, ppr., hair flowing, or, wreathed about temples with a garland of cinquefoils, gu., pierced, of the second. . (.) For D'Arcy, out of a ducal coronet, or, an antelope's head, winged, ar., attired and barbed, gold. Le jour viendra. see plate

DURHAM, Eng., a cannon, mounted, ppr.

DURHAM, Sco., a hand pulling a thistle, ppr.

Vive Deo.

DURHAM, Sco., an increscent. Augeor dum

progredior. I

DURHAM of Largo, Sco., on a baron's coronet,

a dolphin, ppr. Victoria non prceda. DURHAM of Ardownie, Sco. , a dolphin, naiant,

ppr. Ulterius. n

DURHAM of Grange, Sco., two dolphins, hauri-

ent, addorsed, ppr. Ultra fert animus.

DURHAM, a dolphin, haurient.

DURIE, and DURY, Sco., a dove, with olive- branch, volant, ppr. . IO DURIE, and DURY, a dove, with olive-branch,

regardant, ppr.

DURING, Eng., in hand, in fess, couped at

wrist and gauntleted, a dagger, thereon a

head, couped, affronte'e.

DURLEY, a horse's head, couped, az., gorged

with an Eastern crown, or. DURNARD, Sco., a cross pattde, fitched, ar.

This m defend. -

DURNFORD, Eng., a dagger, in pale, ppr.

DURNING, Lane., a demi-antelope, erased, az.

. ii

DUB

DURNO, Sco., in hand a sword. Ex recto decus.

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DURRANT, Bart., Norf., a boar, ar., bristled, armed, and langued, or, pierced in side by an arrow, sa. Labes pejor morte.

DURRANT, Norf., a boar, passant, per fess, wavy, ar. and gu., bristled and tusked, az., pierced through body by a broken lance, in bend, sa., head downward, or.

DURRANT, Iri., on a ducal coronet, a peacock, ppr. -

DURRANT, Derbs., a lion, rampant, ar., in dex- ter a fleur-de-lis, or, in mouth a sword, ppr., hilt and pommel, of the second, point down- ward.

DURWARD, Sco., ademi-man, ppr., vested, gu., holding a gem -ring.

DURWARD, Eng., in dexter hand a scimitar, in- dented on back, cutting at a pen, all ppr.

DUSAUTOY, Eng., in hand a sickle, ppr.

DUSSEAUX, Eng., a ram's head, erased, ar., armed, or. -

DUSTON, and DUSTONE, Eng., a man's head, couped, ppr.

DUTHIE, Sco., in hand a sword, erect.

DUTTON of Burland Hall, Chester, out of a ducal coronet, a plume of five ostrich -feathers, ar., az., or, vert, and gu. Servabo fidem.

DUTTON, Baron Sherborne. See SHERBORNE.

DUTTON, a plume of five ostrich- feathers, ar.

DUTTON, Chesh., out of a ducal coronet, a plume of five ostrich-feathers, gu., az., or, vert, and tene.

DUVAL, and DUVALL, a lion, sejant, per pale, ar. and gu. , supporting a shield.

DUVAL, Lond., on a globe, a monkey, sejant, in fore-dexter a slip of palm, all ppr.

DUVAL, and DUVALL, Eng., a dexter arm, em- bowed, in hand a spear, ppr.

DUVERNET, or DUVERNETTE, Eng., a stag, passant, ppr.

DUXBURY, Eng., on stump of tree, growing out of a mount, vert, a dove, rising, ppr.

DWARIS, Lond., a demi-lion, rampant, ar., pellette'e, in paws a battle-axe, or.

comp.

DWIGWID of Archenheuf, a dove and olive- branch, ppr. Patientid et spe.

DWIRE, Iri., in hand a sword, in bend sinister.

DWYRE, Eng., out of a mural coronet, a lion's head, charged with a torteau, gu.

DWYRE, Iri., two lions' heads, erased and ad- dorsed, ppr. n

DY, or DYE, Eng., on a ducal coronet, or, a swan, wings addorsed, ducally gorged, ppr.

comp.

DYAS, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, in hand a swan's head, erased.

DYCE, Eng., an escutcheon, gu. Decide and dare.

DYX

DYCHFIELD, Ess., Oxon , and Lane., a porcu- pine.

DYER - SWINNERTON, Middx., out of a ducal coronet, or, a goat's head, sa. , armed, gold.

DYER, Herts., a goat's head, erased, ppr., in mouth a rose, ar.

DYER, a Saracen's head, in profile, ppr., on head a cap, or, verged round temples, chequy, ar. and az.

DYER, Eng., an old man's head, in profile, couped at shoulders, ppr., hair, ar., beard, sa., cap, or, turned up, chequy, ar. and az.

:I.

DYKE, Bart., Kent and Suss., a cubit arm, in armour, ppr., garnished, or, in hand a cinque- foil, slipped, sa. comp.

DYKES, Wilts., Kent, and Surr., an eagle's head, sa.

DYKES, BALLANTINE-, Cambs., a lobster, vert. Prius frangitur quam flectitur. II

DYMOKE, Line. : (i.) A sword, erect, ar., hilt and pommel, or. . (.) A lion, pas- sant, ar., crowned, or. see plate . (.) The scalp of a hare, ears erect, ppr. Pro rege Dimico. comp.

DYMOKE, or DYMOCK, out of a ducal coronet, or, a rod, raguly, vert.

DYMOKE, and DYMOCK, Warw., an arm, in armour, ppr., in hand a tilting-spear, sa.. headed, ar., embrued, gu.

DYMOKE, or DYMOCK, Staffs., a demi-negro, ppr., with pearls in ears, ar., in dexter an acorn- branch, fructed, or.

DYMOKE, or DYMOCK, two ass's ears, ppr.

DYMON, a demi-lion, in dexter a fusil, gu., charged with a fleur-de-lis, or.

DYMOND, Devons., a female's arm, from elbow, enfiled with a bracelet.

DYNDY, a dragon's head, erased, vert.

DYNE, or DYNNE, Norf., a plume of feathers, or.

DYNE, and DYNNE, Norf., out of a ducal coronet, a marlin's sinister wing, ar. I

DYNEVOR, Baron (Talbot-Bice), a crow, ppr. Nifdl alwnum.

DYNHAM, a bell, az. i

DYNHAM, in a round top, or, six spears, in the centre a pennon, ar., thereon a cross, gu.

DYON, on an escallop, or, the point in base, a lion, passant, sa.

DYOT, Staffs., a tiger, passant, ar., armed, or, collared, lined, and winged, gu. comp.

DYRWARD, DYRWARNE, and DYRRWARNE, Eng., a cup, or.

DYSART, Iri., a griffin's head, between wings. Conjido, conquiesco.

DYSON, Staffs., on a mount, vert, a paschal lamb, ar., with banner, ppr. -

DYXTON, a palm-tree, fructed and leaved, ppr.

. I

DYVE, between bats' wings, gu., a horse's head, reversed, vert.

DYXON, a demi-hind, sa., bezantee.

EAD

EDE

E

EADES, Middx. and Suff., a leopard's face, ar.

- EADON, a mitre, bezante'e, charged with a che-

veron, gu.

EADY, Eng., a fleur-de-lis, environed with a

serpent. ill.

EAENS, on a mount, vert, a Cornish chough.

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EAGAB, Eng., a quill, in pale, ppr. EAGLE, Suff., in lion's gamb, erect and erased,

or, an eagle's leg, erased at thigh, gu. EAGLES, Eng., two lions' paws, in saltier, ppr.

EAGLESFIELD, and EGLESFIELD, out of a tower,

a demi-greyhound, in dexter a branch of

palm, ppr.

EALAND, Yorks., an arrow, in pale, ar. EALES, Eng., in lion's gamb, a human heart,

ppr.

EALES, Lond. and Bucks., on an eel, embowed,

vert, an eagle, displayed, ppr. * EAM, Lond. and Berks., a demi-lion, rampant,

sa.

EAMER, Eng., a hind, trippant, az.

EAKDLEY, Eng., a sword, in pale, ppr., enfiled

with a leopard's head, cabossed, gu. I EARL, Berks., a lion's head, erased, or, pierced

by a broken dart, ppr. see plate

EARL, a nag's head, erased, sa., maned, or.

. i EARL, Eng., on point of tilting-spear, ppr.,

headed, ar., a dolphin, naiant, of the first.

EARLE, Line., a lion's head, erased, or, pierced

through head by a broken spear, ar., point

embrued, gu. see plate

EARLE, Sco., a nag's head. I

EARLES, a cross, gu., between wings, enn.

. I

EARNLEY, Suss., a savage's head, affrontee, round temples a wreath, issuing therefrom a plume of three ostrich -feathers.

EARNS HAW, a cross pattee, fitched, or, bordered, gu.

EAST, Bart., a horse, erm., supporting with fore-leg a pilgrim's cross, sa. dSquo pcde propera. -

EAST, Bucks, and Berks., a horse, passant, sa. favance.

EASTCHURCH, Eng,, the sun rising from behind a cloud, ppr. I

EAST, CLAYTON-, Bart., of Hall Place, Berks., ( i.) For East, on a mount, vert, a horse, pas- sant, sa., fore-dexter resting on a horse-shoe, or, in mouth a palm-branch, vert, see plate . (.) For Clayton, a leopard's gamb, erased and erect, ar., charged with a cres- cent, and grasping a pellet. J'arance.

comp. I

EASTDAY, Kent, on a mount, vert, a hind, lodged, ppr.

EASTHOPE, Surr., out of a vallery crown, or, a horse's head, ar., maned, gold, charged on neck with two ben diets, engrailed, az.

EASTLAND, Eng., an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., in hand a fleur-de-lis, or.'

EASTMAN, Eng., a swan, collared and lined,

PP^ -

EASTOFT, Eng., a dagger and pen, in saltier,

ppr.

EASTON, Devons., a yew-tree, ppr. I

EASTON, Sco., a demi-chevalier, in armour,

brandishing a sword, ppr. IO

EASTWOOD, on a ducal coronet, a lion, passant,

gardant, of the same, crowned, ppr. I EASTWOOD, a boar, passant, ppr. n

EASUM, on a mount, five wheat-ears, ppr. EATEN, and EATON, Eng., a crow's head,

erased, ppr.

EATON, Notts., an eagle's head, erased, sa., in

beak a sprig, vert. Vincit omnia veritas.

EATON, Iri., a beaver, passant, ar. n

EATON, out of a ducal coronet, or, a bull's

head, sa., armed, ar.

EATON, Eng., a boar's head, erased, in mouth

a sword.

EBERSTEIN, Eng., a peacock's head, ppr. EBHERT, Eng., a salamander in flames, ppr.

EBSWORTH, a demi-wolf, erm., supporting a

spear, tasselled.

EBURY, Baron Grosvenor. See WESTMINSTER,

Marquess.

ECCLES, Eng., a gauntlet, ppr. -

ECCLES, ECLES, and EKLES, Sco. and Iri., a

broken halberd. Se defendendo.

ECCLESTON, or ECLESTONE, Eng., in dexter hand

a dagger, in pale, ppr.

ECCLESTON, or ECLESTONE, a magpie, ppr.

ECHARD, Suff., an ostrich, wings expanded, in nKmth a key. comp.

ECHLIN, co. Down, a talbot, passant, ar., spot- ted, sa., langued, gu. Non sine prcedd.

ECHLIN, Bart., Iri., a talbot, passant, ppr. Rumor accrbe, tace.

ECKERSALL, and ECKERSDALE, Middx., a dex- ter arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., and in- verted, charged with a lozenge, ar., in hand an esquire's helmet, of the first, garnished, or.

ECKFORD, Sco., a griffin, statant, or.

ECKINGHAM, Eng., a bell, ppr. I

ECKLEY, in hand a battle-axe, in bend, all ppr.

ECLES, Sco., in hand a battle-axe, ppr.

ECLESTON, Line., a cock-pheasant, ppr.

ECTON, Eng., in hand a branch of palm, ppr.

EDDINGTON, Eng., a phoenix, in flames, ppr.

EDDISBURY, Baron, on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., an eagle, wings expanded, or, preying on an infant, ppr., swaddled, of the first, banded, ar. Sans changer.

EDDOWES, Eng., a mitre, semee of bezants, charged with a cheveron. I.

EDDOWS, a man's head, within a helmet, ppr., beaver open. - ^

EDE, a cross moline, az., between two ears of wheat, in orle, ppr. I

EDE





EDO

EDEN, Durh,, an arm, embowed, vested, in hand, ppr., a bunch of wheat, vert.

comp. EDEN, Kent and Suff., a plume of feathers, ar.

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EDEN, an ostrich, in mouth a horse-shoe, ppr.

EDEN, Ess. and Suff., a demi- dragon, sans wings, vert, holding a rose-branch, flowered, ar., stalked and leaved, ppr.

EDEN, an eagle, volant, ppr. I

EDEN, Baron Auckland. See AUCKLAND.

EDEN, JOHNSON-, Bart., Durh., a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, couped at shoulder, ppr., hand grasping a garb, in bend, or, banded, vert. Si sit prudentia.

EDEWOKTH, a lion's head, erased.

EDGAR, Suff., a demi-ostrich, rising, in mouth a horse-shoe. see plate

EDGAR, Sco., a dagger and quill, in saltier, ppr. Potius ingenio quam vi.

EDGAR, Sco., a withered oak-branch, sprouting afresh, ppr. Apparet quod. .

EDGAR, Suff., an ostrich's head, between wings, expanded, or, each charged with two bends, az., in mouth a horse-shoe, ar. comp.

EDGAR, Sco., in hand a dagger, point down- ward, ppr. Man do it. II

EDGCUMBE, Earl of Mount-Edgcumbe. See

MOUNT-EDGCUMBE.

EDGCUMBE, Devons. and Cornw., a boar, pas- sant, ar., armed, bristled, and membered, or, gorged with a chaplet of oak, vert, fructed, gold. Au plaisir fort de Dieu.

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EDGE, Lond. and Staffs., a demi- sea-lion, ppr.

EDGE, an ostrich's head, erased, between wings.

comp. .

EDGE, Notts. , a reindeer's head, couped, ppr., collared and chained, or.

EDGELL of Standerwick Court, Somers., a falcon, rising, belled, ar., gutte'e-de-sang, resting dexter on an antique shield, of the first, charged with a cinquefoil, gu. Qui sera sera.

EDGELL, Eng., on a chapeau, ppr. a dove, wings addorsed, az.

EDGEMOUTH, out of a ducal coronet, an eagle, wings addorsed, vulning. comp.

EDGEWORTH, Eng., a lion's head, erased, ar.

EDGEWORTH, SNEYD-, of Edgeworthstown, Iri., on a ducal coronet, a pelican, feeding her young, or. Constans contraria spernit.

see plate

EDGHILL, a falcon, wings addorsed and in- verted, supporting with dexter a carved shield, charged with a cinquefoil.

EDGILL, a demi-lion, rampant, in dexter a cinquefoil, gu., slipped and leaved, vert.

see plate

EDIE, Sco., a cross crosslet, fitched, and a skean, in saltier. i

EDIEOK, and EGIOK, Wore., a demi-griffin, erm., beaked and legged, or, holding a broken tilting- spear, ppr. comp. and .

EDINGTON, Eng., a savage's head, couped, dropping blood, ppr.

EDINGTON, or EDINGTOUN, an arm, in armour, embowed, wreathed with laurel, in hand a standard, erect, all ppr., flag, charged with the sun, or. comp.

EDINGTON, Sco., a stag's head, erased, or. Labor omnia vincit.

EDINGTON, a Saracen's head, couped at shoul- ders, ppr., wreathed, ar. and gu.

EDINGTOUN, an arm, in armour, embowed, wreathed above elbow with laurel, sustain- ing a standard, charged with the rising sun. comp.

EDLIN, Eng., a swan's head, between wings, ar. i

EDMANDS, Surr. and Middx., a griffin's head, erased, ar., in beak a cross crosslet, fitched, az., between wings, also ar., each charged with a thistle, ppr.

EDMERSTON, Eng., a dexter hand throwing a dart, ppr. I.

EDMISTON, or EDMISTONE, Sco., a camel's head and neck.

EDMOND, Eng., a demi-lion, ppr., supporting a long cross, gu.

EDMOND, on a chapeau, a fleur-de-lis.

comp.

EDMONDES, Suss., a dragon's head, erased, ar., charged on breast with three pellets.

comp.

EDMONDS, Cambs., a greyhound, sejant, sa., bezantde, collared, or.

EDMONDS, within a wreath, ar. and sa., a lion, rampant. n

EDMONDS, Bucks, and Cornw., between wings, a lion, cou chant, gardant, all or. see plate

EDMONDS, a wing, erect.

EDMONDS, Oxon., a griffin's head, erased, gu., in beak a cross crosslet, fitched, or.

see plate

EDMONDS, Devons., on a chapeau, gu., turned np, erm., a fleur-de-lis, or, between wings, az. -

EDMONDS, Yorks., a three-masted ship in full sail, ppr.

EDMONDS, an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., throwing a pheon, az., handle, of the first.

EDMONDSON, Lond., a lion, rampant, or, gorged with a bar-gemelle, gu.. supporting a pennon, az., staff, gu., headed, ar.

EDMONDSON, Yorks., a demi-lion, sa., holding an escallop, ar.

EDMONSTONE, Bart., Sco., out of a ducal coro- net, or, a swan's head and neck, ppr. Virtus auget honorem. see plate

EDMONSTONE, Sco., a demi-lion, rampant, gu., armed and langued, az., in paws a battle-axe, ppr. Be hardie. II

EDMONSTONE, a squirrel, sejant, or.

EDMUND, Eng., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, ar., a lion, passant, gardant, az., ducally gorged, or.

EDMUNDS, Yorks., in the sea, an ancient ship of three masts under sail, all ppr. Votis tune relis.

EDMUNDS, Hants., a winged lion, couchant, gardant, or.

EDMUNDS, Eng., two hands, conjoined, support- ing a human heart, all ppr. .

EDNOR, Eng., a griffin's head, erased, gu., beaked, or.

EDNOWAIN, Wei., a boar's head, couped, sa., langued, gu., tusked, or, transfixed by a dagger, ppr. -

EDOLPHE, Kent, an ibex's head, erased, sa., maned, armed, and attired, or. -

EDO

EDON, Kent and Suff., a plume of feathers, ar.

i-

EDEIDGE, a hawk, standing on a fish, ppr.

EDRIDGE, Lond. and Norf., a lion's head, erased, gu. - *

EDRIDGE, Wilts., a lion, rampant, ar.

EDRINGTON, a goat's head, ppr., collared, erm.

comp.

EDWARD, Eng., a torteau, ppr. Necflatu, nee fluctu. - JI

EDWARD, a buck's head, couped, or.

EDWARDES, Bart., Salop, a man's head, within a helmet, ppr., garnished, or. Gratia natu- ram vincit. -

EDWARDES, TUCKER-, of Sealy Ham, Pembroke, in bear's paw a battle-axe, ar. Vigilate and Gardezlafoy.

EDWARDES, Baron Kensington. See KENSING- TON.

EDWARDES, Carmarthen, a demi-lion, or, be- tween paws a bo wens-knot. Aspera ad vir- tutem est via. see plates -

EDWARDS, Eng. and Wei., a lion's head, erased.

- EDWARDS, Eng. and Wei., a lion's head, erased,

charged with four fleurs-de-lis. EDWARDS, Somers., an eagle, displayed, az.

EDWARDS, Beds., three ostrich-feathers, ar.

Si-

EDWARDS, Heref., out of a du.cal coronet, or, a demi-lion, rampant, gu., in dexter a sword, ppr. comp. II and

EDWARDS, Cornw., an antelope, rampant, sa., bezante"e, attired, or.

EDWARDS, Iri., a crosier, in pale, or.

EDWARDS of Ness Strange, Salop, a lion, ram- pant, counterchanged.

EDWARDS of Old Court, co. Wicklow : (i.) For Edwards, a lion's head, erased, ermines, be- tween two palm-branches, issuing, ppr., mantled, gu., doubled, ar. II eb Dduw, heb ddim, Dduw a digon. see plate . (.) For Kynaston, an arm, in armour, in hand a sword, within a sun, ppr. Honor potestate honorantis. -

EDWARDS, Eng., a helmet, ppr., garnished, or, on top a wreath, with plume of feathers, ar.

EDWARDS, Wei. , a boar's head, erased, ar.

EDWARDS, Cambs. and Suss., on a ducal coro- net, ar., a tiger, passant, or.

comp. and

EDWARDS, Lond., on a ducal coronet, ar., a tiger, passant, sa., maned, of the first.

EDWARDS, Wei., an oak-tree, ppr., in dexter a gate, also ppr., on sinister a lion, rampant, against the tree, gu.

EDWARDS, Devons., Hunts., and Salop, an ibex, passant, sa., bezantee, maned, armed, and attired, with two straight horns, or.

EDWARDS, Kent and Salop, a unicorn, sa., double horned, or.

EDWARDS, Warw., a talbot, passant, ppr.

EDWARDS, Eng. and Wei., on a mount, vert, a horse's head, erased, or, charged on neck with a cheveron, gu., between two oak- branches, ppr. Duw vde ein cryfden.

see plate

EDWARDS, a turtle-dove, in mouth an .olive- branch, ppr. .





EGI

EDWARDS, Glouc., a demi-lion, rampant, or, holding a castle, ar.

EDWARDS, an eagle's head, erased, sa., ducally gorged, or.

EDWARDS, out of a marquess's coronet, a tal- bot's head.

EDWARDS, on a mount, vert, a wyvern, ar.

EDWARDS, Iri., a lion's head, erased, erm., be- tween two palm-branches, ppr.

EDWARDS, Lond., in hand, gu., a cross patte"e, fitched, or.

EDWARDS, an antelope, passant, ppr.

EDWARDS, a wyvern, wings displayed.

EDWARDS, a lion, passant, gardant, or.

EDWARDS, Bart., of Garth, Montgomery, a lion, gardant, resting dexter on an escut- cheon, charged with a nag's head, erased, ar. Y Gwir yn erbyn y byd. see plate

EDWARDS, Norf., a martlet, sa., charged on breast with a cinquefoil, or. see plate

EDWARDS, Beds. : (i.) The Prince of Wales's feathers, surmounted by a heron plume. (.) An esquire's helmet, ppr.

EDWIN, Eng., a lion, sejant, between paws an escutcheon.

EEL, Eng., a boar's head, couped, or.

EELES, a dexter arm, in armour, in fess, couped, in hand a cutlass, enfiled with a boar's head, all ppr.

EFFINGHAM, Earl (Howard), on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a lion, statant, gardant, tail extended, or, gorged with a ducal coro- net, ar. Virtus mitte scuta.

EGAN, Eng., a long cross, gu.

EG AN, Iri., a demi-eagle, regardant. IOI.

EGERTON, on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a lion, rampant, of the first, supporting a broad arrow, sa. Sic donee. comp.

EGERTON, Iri., a lion, sejant, gu., supporting in dexter a battle-axe, ar., staff, of the first, in sinister a laurel -branch, ppr.

EGERTON, five arrows, one in pale, and four in saltier. n

EGERTON, Eng., a buck's head, erased, sa., attired, or.

EGERTON, Chesh. and Salop, a lion, rampant, gu., supporting an arrow, ppr., headed and feathered, ar. I o

EGERTON, Chesh., in lion's gamb, gu., a sword, ar., hilt and pommel, or.

EGERTON, a lion, rampant, ppr.

EGERTON, Eng., three arrows, ar., headed and feathered, sa., banded, or.

EGERTON, Chesh., a plume of feathers, erm.

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EGERTON, Eng., an arm, gu., in hand, ppr., a sword, ar.

EGERTON, Earl of Wilton. See WILTON.

EGERTON, GREY-, Bart., Chesh. : (i.) Three broad arrows, one in pale, and two in sal- tier, or, pheoned and feathered, sa., banded by a ribbon, gu. . (.) On a hand, a falcon, rising. Virtuti, non armis fido.

see plate

EGG, out of a ducal coronet, a pair of stag's horns.

EGGERLY, Eng., a Cornish chough, ducally gorged, ppr.

EGGINGTON, Yorks., a talbot, sejant, ar., eared, sa., gorged with a collar, dexter resting on a sphere, ppr. see plate

EGISKE, Eng, a griffin, passant.

EGL

EGLEBY, and EGLIONBY, Warw., a demi-eagle,

wings expanded, or, charged with a mullet.

comp. II

EGLEFELDE, and EGLEFIELD, a dexter hand, apaumee, charged with an eye, ppr.

EGLESTON, Eng., a talbot's head, erased, sa., collared, ar.

EGLIN, Eng., on a mount, vert, an eagle, ris- ing, or, surmounted by an anchor and cable, in bend sinister, sa., in dexter a rose, gu., slipped, vert.

EGLINTON, Earl of (Montgomerje), a female figure, ppr., antiquely attired, ar. , in dexter an anchor, or, in sinister a savage's head. Gardez Hen.

EGMANTON, Lane., in hand a cross pattee, fitched, gu.

EGMONT, Earl of (Perceval), a thistle, erect, leaved, ppr. Yvery and Sub cruce Can- dida.

EGREMOND, Eng., a lion's head, gu., imperially crowned, or.

EGREMONT, Earl of (Windham), a lion's head, erased, or, within a fetterlock, of the same, the arch com pony counter- compony, or and az. Au bon droit.

EISTON, Sco., out of a cloud, the sun rising, ppr. Veritas. I

EKENEY, on a chapeau, ppr., a pheon, az.

EKINS, a lion's gamb, sa., holding up a lozenge, ar., charged with a cross crosslet, fitched, of the first.

EKINS, in lion's gamb, sa., a cross crosslet, fitched, in bend, gu.

EKINTON, and EKINGTON, a sand-glass, gu.

. i ELAM, Kent, between attires of stag, attached

to scalp, a boar's head, erased and erect,

ppr.

ELAND, and ELLAND, Eng., on a chapeau, az.,

turned up, or, a martlet, gu.

ELAND, and ELLAND, Eng., a demi-female, in

dexter a garland of laurel. II

ELCOCK, Eng., a stag, salient, ppr.

ELCOCKE, Chesh., out of a mural coronet, or,

a demi-cock, az., in beak a wheat-ear, ppr. ELCOCKS, Chesh., out of a mural coronet, or, a

cock's head, gu., in beak a wheat-ear. ELD, Lond. and Staffs., a falcon, rising, or,

beaked, membered, jessed, and belled, gu.,

beak embrued, ppr.

ELDECUR, ELERCUR, and ELLERCUR, Eng., a

cock, sa., combed, gu., beaked, or. ELDER, Eng., a demi-unicorn, rampant. ELDER, Sco., a dexter hand holding a roll of

paper, ppr. Virtute duce.

ELDER, Sco., in dexter hand a palm-branch,

ppr. Virtute duce.

ELDERSHAW, Sco., a demi-lion, rampant, gu.,

ducally gorged, or.

ELDERTON, Eng., a fox's head, ppr.

ELDON, Earl of (Scott), a lion's head, erased,

gu., charged on neck with a portcullis,

chained, or, and a mullet for difference.

Sed sine tdbe decus. see plate

ELDRED, Ess., a Triton, ppr., holding an es- callop, or. comp. ELDRES, Eng., a camel's head, couped, ppr.



ELDRES, a winged globe, ppr. comp.

ELDRIDGE, Eng. , out of a ducal coronet, a pea- cock's tail, ppr.

o ELL

ELDRIXGTON, Ess., a heron, sa.

ELERKAR, two dolphins, haurient, az. and or.

ELEY, Line., an arm, erect, vested, ar., in hand a fleur-de-lis, sa. . I

ELEY, Yorks., an arm, in armour, in hand a hawk's lure, ppr.

ELFE, or ELPHE, an eagle's head, couped.

ELFORD, Bart., Devons., a demi-lion, rampant, erased, ducally crowned. Dijficilia quce pul- chra. comp.

ELFORD, Corn w., a demi-lion, rampant, crowned, or. Difficilia quce pulchra. comp.

ELFRED, Suss., on a mount, vert, a lamb, couchant, ar., between two olive-branches, ppr.

ELGIE, on a ducal coronet, a swan, wings ad- dorsed, ducally crowned. see plate

ELGIN and KINCARDINE, Earl of (Bruce}, Sco., a lion, passant, gu. Fuimus. I

ELHAM, out of a mural coronet, a fire-beacon, between wings, ppr.

ELIBANK, Baron (Murray), Sco., a lion, ram- pant, gardant, gu., holding a Lochaber-axe, ppr. Virtute fideque. comp. and .

ELINGHAM, Eng., an eagle's head, couped, ppr.

.

ELIOT of Borthwickbrae, Sco., in dexter hand, erect, a lance, in bend, ppr. Hoc majorum opus.

ELIOT, Eng., an elephant's head, sa., armed and eared, ar. IO

ELIOT, out of clouds, a dexter arm, embowed, throwing a dart, ppr.

ELIOT, Baron, Earl St. Germans. See ST. GERMANS.

ELIOT, Surr., a griffin's head, couped, wings addorsed, sa., collared, ar.

ELIOTT, Bart., Sco., a dexter arm, in hand a cutlass, ppr. Peradventure.

ELKIN, a demi-heraldic-antelope, or, armed and tufted, sa.

ELKINGTON, Lond. and Leic., on a mural coro- net, embattled, of the first, a demi-griftin, ar., winged, gu., in dexter a gem-ring, gold, gem, of the second. see plate

ELKINS, Eng., on a castle, triple-towered, ppr., a flag displayed, gu.

ELLAM, Lond., out of a mural coronet, a fire- beacon, between wings, ppr. Luces et terres.

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ELLAMES, Lane., an elrn-tree, ppr. Nee sperno, nee timeo.

ELLARD, Eng., a torteau, gu., charged with a stag, or, standing on a mount, vert. ELLARD, on a mount, vert, a stag, or. ELLA WAY, five arrows, one in pale, four in sal- tier, points downward, environed with a ser- pent, all ppr. ELLENBOROUGH, Baron (Law), a cock, gu., chained round neck, charged on breast with a mitre, or. Compositum jus fasque animi.

see plate

ELLERKER, a talbot's head, ar.

ELLERKER, Yorks., a talbot's head, erased, sa.

ELLERKER, two dolphins, haurient and ad- dorsed, az. and or, enfiled with a ducal coro- net, comp. ELLESTON, a demi-heraldic-tiger, between paws a naval crown.



ELL





ELM

ELLESWORTH, Eng., a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, couped, in hand a club, ppr.

- ELLET, Eng., an anchor, in pale, az., entwined

by a serpent, vert.

ELLICE, Middx. and Herts., an arm, erect,

couped below elbow, in armour, in gauntlet

a snake, entwined round arm, all ppr.

comp. II

ELLICE, a mermaid, with mirror and comb, ppr.

ELLICK, a wolf's head, erased, sa.

ELLICOMB, a buck's head, erased, murally

gorged and chained. see plate

ELLICOMBE, Devons., a dexter arm, in armour,

embowed, in hand a sword, all ppr. ELLICOMBE, orELLACOMBE, Glouc. and Devons.,

a stag's head, erased, murally gorged and

chained. Nuttis fraus tuta latebris.

see plate ELLICOTT, a hawk, wings expanded, belled,

ppr. ico.

ELLICOTT, or ELLACOTT, Eng., in a maunch, or,

cuffed, gu., a hand clenched, ppr. . ELLIES, Sco., a lily, close in the flower, ppr.

Sub sole patebit. ELLINGTON, Eng., in lion's paw, a cross pattee,

fitched, sa. I

ELLIOT, FOGG-, Durh. : (i.) For Elliot, a dex- ter arm, in hand a cutlass, ppr. .

(. ) For Fogg, a unicorn's head, couped, ar.

Peradventure.

ELLIOT, or ELLIOTT, a demi-sea-horse, az.,

scaled, or. .

ELLIOT, or ELLIOTT, Lond., a demi-sea-horse,

az., finned, or.

ELLIOT, or ELLIOTT, an elephant's head, or,

eared and armed, gu. IO

ELLIOT, or ELLIOTT, a boar's head, couped,

pierced through dexter eye by a broken

spear. comp. I

ELLIOT, or ELLIOTT, in dexter hand, ppr., a

crescent, sa.

ELLIOT, or ELLIOTT, a nail, erect, ppr. ELLIOT, or ELLIOTT, a ram, ppr. Vetterafertis

oves. ii

ELLIOT, or ELLIOTT, an oak-tree, ppr. Forti-

ter.

ELLIOT, or ELLIOTT, an anchor and cable, in

pale, ppr. Candide et caute.

ELLIOT, or ELLIOTT, a dexter arm, in hand a

dart, point downward, ppr. Suaviter sed

fortiter.

ELLIOT, or ELLIOTT, out of a mural coronet, an

elephant's head, collared. ELLIOT of Laurieston, same crest. Apto cum

lare. ELLIOT, or ELLIOTT, issuing from a cloud, a

dexter hand throwing a dart. Non eget arcu.

I S- ELLIOT, or ELLIOTT, a dexter arm, in hand a

cutlass, ppr. Peradventure.

ELLIOT of Binfield Park, Berks.: (i.) For

Elliot, an elephant's head, ar., erased, gu.,

about neck two barrulets, inverted, vert.

comp. . (.) For Glasse, a mermaid, with glass and comb, ppr.

ELLIOT, Earl of Minto. See MINTO. ELLIOT, or ELLIOTT, in dexter hand a flute,

ppr. Inest jucunditas.

ELLIOT, or ELLIOTT, a demi-man, in armour,

ppr. Pro rege et limitc.

^ELLIOT, Iri., over the sea, a dove, volant, in mouth an olive-branch, ppr.

ELLIOT, or ELLIOTT, Surr., a griffin's head, couped, wings addorsed, sa.

ELLIS of Glasfryn, Carnarvon : (i.) A mer- maid, gu., crined, or, in dexter a mirror, in sinister a comb. . (.) An arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a broken spear- head, all ppr. Wrth einffrwytkau yn hadna byddir.

ELLIS, Baron Seaford. See SEAFORD.

ELLIS, Baron Howard de Walden. Sec HOW- ARD.

ELLIS, Viscount Clifden. See CLIFDEN.

ELLIS, Herts., out of a ducal coronet, or, a lion's head, gu., crowned, gold. Fort et fideie. comp.

ELLIS, Yorks. and Kent, a naked woman, ppr.

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ELLIS, Sco., an eel, ppr. Sperans. no.

ELLIS, Cornw., a mermaid, with mirror and

comb, ppr.

ELLIS, Lond., out of grass, ppr., a goat's head,

ar., horned, of the first. see plate

ELLIS, Line., in a crescent, gu., an escallop, or.

- ELLIS, Eng., a garb, per fess, or and vert.

ELLIS, Wei., on a chapeau, az., turned up, erm., a lion, passant, gu.

ELLIS, between the horns of a crescent, a stag's head, cabossed.

ELLISON, Durh., an eagle's head, erased, or.

ELLISON, Sco., a cross crosslet, fitched, gu.

ELLISON, Eng., a lion, passant, gardant, in dexter an anchor.

ELLISON, a greyhound, sa.

ELLISON, an eagle's head, erased, per fess, or and gu., murally gorged, az. II

ELLISTON, Lond., an eagle's head, erased, ppr., ducal ly gorged, ar. comp.

ELLISTON, Eng., three mullets, in cheveron.

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ELLISWORTH, Eng., between attires of stag, ppr., a rose, gu.

ELLNOR. out of a ducal coronet, or, an eagle's head, between wings, sa., beaked, gu., charged with a bezant. comp.

ELLOWAY, a dragon's head, gu.

ELLWOOD, Yorks., on a mural coronet, a stag, sejant, ppr.

ELLY, an arm, erect, vested, ar., in hand, ppr., a fleur-de-lis, sa. I

ELLYOT, and ELLYOTT, Eng., an elephant's head, couped, ar. IO

ELLYOTT, Lond., a demi-pegasus, ar., maned, winged, and hoofed, or. IO

ELMEET, Holland, a horse's head, bridled.

ELMEN, on a ducal coronet, a wyvern.

ELMES, Lane, and Northamp., out of a ducal coronet, or, a woman's head and neck, couped below breasts.

ELMHURST, Line., a clump of elms, ppr.

ELMORE, the top of a halberd, ppr.

ELMORE, a Cornish chough, ppr. .

ELMSALL-GREAVES, Yorks. : (i.) For Elmsatt, an elm -tree, trunk entwined with a vine- branch, ppr., fructed. . (.) For Greaves, on a mount, vert, a stag, trippant,

ELM





EML

or, in mouth a slip of oak, ppr. Amicta viti-

bus ulmus.

ELMSEY, a falcon's head, erased, ppr. ELMSLEY, Viscount. See BEAUCHAMP, Earl. ELMSLIE, Eng., a demi-wolf, holding a spear,

in pale, tassel] ed, all ppr.

ELMSLY, Sco., a thistle, leaved, ppr. Prenez

garde.

ELMY, and ELNEY. on a chapean, a tower, ppr. ELNORTH, on a mount, an ermine, passant.

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ELPHINGSTON, Sco., a dove, ar., holding a snake, ppr.

ELPHINGSTON, Sco., a griffin, sejant, sa., in dexter a laurel wreath, vert.

ELPHINGSTON, Sco., a griffin, sejant, sa., hold- ing a sword, in pale, on point a Saracen's head, all ppr. Do well, and let them say.

ELPHINGSTON, Sco., a demi-lady, in dexter a garland, ppr. Merita. II

ELPHINGSTON, two arms, in saltier, in dexter a sword, in sinister, a branch of laurel, all ppr. In utroque paratus.

ELPHINGSTON, Sco., in dexter hand a pen. Fidciitate.

ELPHINGSTON, Sco., a demi-greyhound, ar.

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ELPHINGSTON, a demi-greyhound, rampant, collared and ringed. .

ELPHINSTONE, Baron (Elphiustone), Sco., a demi-female, from the girdle, richly attired, in dexter a tower, masoned, sa., and in sinister a branch of laurel, ppr. Cause caused it.

ELPHINSTONE, Bart., Cumb., out of a mural coronet, gu., a demi - woman, affronte'e, vested, in dexter a sword, ppr., hilt and pommel, or, in sinister an olive-branch, vert. Semper paratus.

ELPHINSTONE, Baroness Keith. See KEITH.

ELPHINSTONE-HORN-DALRYMPLE, Bart., Sco., two stags' horns, erect. Moneo et munio.

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ELRICK, Sco., out of a ducal coronet, a horse's head, ppr. Dum spiro, spero. I

ELRINGTON, Eng., the Roman fasces, in pale, ppr.

ELSLEY, a Sagittarius, bow and arrow, of the first, horse charged with a rose, gu.

comp.

ELSON, Suss., a demi-eagle, displayed, ar., billette'e, sa.

ELSTOB, Durh., a demi-lion, in dexter a mullet, .ar.

ELSTON, Eng., on a chapeau, an escallop, be- tween wings, ppr.

ELSWELL, on a bezant, a cross patt^e, gu.

ELSWORTH, a heart, winged and crowned, ppr.

. i

ELTON, Bart., Somers., an arm, in armour, em bo wed, ppr., in gauntlet a scimitar, ar., hilt and pommel, or, tied round arm with a scarf, vert. comp.

ELTON, Oxon., same crest.

ELTON, Lend, and Berks., out of a mural coronet, gu., an arm, vested, or, turned up, ar., in hand, ppr., a mullet.

ELTON, Heref., a lion's head, erased and affrontee, collared, az. comp.

ELTON, MAR WOOD-, Bart., of \Vid worthy Court, Devons., an arm, in armour, umbowed, ppr.,

garnished, or, charged with two etoiles, gu., 'adorned with a scarf about the wrist, vert, in gauntlet a falchion, ppr., hilt and pommel, or.

ELVEN, a lion's head, erased, collared. ELVEN, a stag's head, couped.

ELVES, and ELWES, five arrows, or, entwined by a snake, ppr.

ELVET, a lion, sejant, or.

ELVIN, Norf., a demi-lion, rampant, or, issuing from the summit of a rock, holding a vine- branch, ppr. Elvenaca floreat vitis.

see plate

ELWAS, three arrows, one in pale, and two in saltier, or, flighted, ar., headed, ppr., en- vironed by a serpent, vert. comp. ELWELL, a dart, erect, point downward. ELWICK, an armed arm, or, bound with a scarf, az., holding a staff, raguly, of the first, raguled, of the second. ELWILL, Line., an arm, erect, vested, sa., in hand, a fleece, or. ELWIN, ELWYN, and ELWYNN, Eng., a demi- savage, over dexter shoulder a hammer, ppr.

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ELWOOD, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a pick-axe, all ppr. Fide et sedulitate.

ELWORTH, on a mount, an ermine, passant, ppr.

ib.

ELWORTH Y, Eng., a steel cap, ppr.

ELY, Marquess and Earl of (Loftus), a boar's head, erect, ar., langued, gu. Prend moi tel que je suis and Loyal a mort.

ELY, Iri., a pheon, point upward, gu.

ELYARD, Eng., an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a scimitar.

EL YE, Eng., an arm, in armour, in hand a hawk's lure, ppr.

EMAN, a lion, sejant, regardant, purp.

see plate

EMBERY, Eng., a dexter arm, embowed, in hand a sword, in pale, entiled with a Saracen's head, in profile, all ppr.

EMBERY, a pillar, az., environed by a serpent, ppr., masonry of the base, ar.

EMENFIELD, Eng., a hand holding an escut- cheon, or, charged with a martlet, ppr.

EMER, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-lion, rampant, gardant, ppr., in dexter a sword, also ppr., hilt and pommel, gold, see plate

EMERIC DE ST. DALMAS, Hauteville, Guernsey (of the Piedmontese family of Emerico di San Dalmazzo). out of a count's coronet, two palms, in saltier, or. Ut palma florebit.

EMERSON, Northumb , a sinister hand, charged with a bend, and thereon three bezants.

EMERSON, Durh., a lion, rampant, vert, bezan- te"e, holding a battle-axe, gu., headed, ar.

see plate

EMERSON, Line, and Norf., issuing from a cloud, rays of the sun, all ppr. I

EMERY, Kent, a demi-unicorn, rampant, erased, gu., hoofed and armed, or, criiied, sa. H

EMERY, Somers., out of a mural coronet, a demi-horse, collared. Fidelis et suavis.

see plate

EMERYKE. out of a ducal coronet, or, a boar's head and neck, sa., collared, ar. comp.

EMES, and EMME, Lond. and Berks., a demi- lion, rampant, sa.

EMLINE, or EMLYN, a demi-savage, wreathed,

EML,

holding a club, all ppr. Honestum pratiulit utili.

EMLY, Iri., in lion's ganib a battle-axe, ppr.

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EMME, a demi-lion, passant, gardant. EMMERSON, Eng., acock, ppr.

EMMET, or EMMETT, Eng, on a chapeau, a

unicorn's head, erased, ppr. EMMOT, or EMMOTT, Eng., a hind, sejant, re- gardant, resting dexter on a bee-hive, ppr. EMPSON, Yorks., a tent, ar., adorned, or, lined, az., charged with a cross patte'e, of the first.

comp.

EMPSON, Eng., a lion, sejant, gardant, or, in

dexter a long cross, gu., sinister resting on a

triangle, pierced, sa. see plate

EMSLIE, or EMSLY, Sco., a thistle, leaved, ppr.

Pvenez garde.

ENDAS, or ENEUS, a castle, triple-towered, ppr.,

domed, gu. comp. an< i i

ENDEAN, Lond., a swan, sa. Pax at amor.

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ENDERBIE, and ENDERBY, a swan, sa. ENDERBY, or ENDERBIE, in a maunch, a hand,

clenched. .

ENDERBY, or ENDERBIE, a harpooner, in the

act of striking a whale, ppr. ENDSORE, Staffs., a cubit arm, vested, gu., in

hand a sword, ar., hilt and pommel, or. ENELL, Eng., a mermaid, with comb and glass,

Ppr- -

ENERY of Ballyconnell, Iri., a falcon, close,

ppr. Sans changer.

ENFIELD, Ess., in hand, an escutcheon, or,

charged with a martlet, ppr. ENGAINE, a tower, sa., cupola and flag, gu.

ENGHAM, Kent, two lions' paws, or, holding up

a fire-ball, gu. ENGHAM, an arm, embowed, vested, az., turned

up and indented, ar., hand grasping a snake,

entwined, vert.

ENGLAND, Eng., a cherub, ppr.

ENGLEBERT, Dors., two wings addorsed, charged

with two bends. ENGLEDUE, a greyhound's head, erased, sa.,

collared, ar.

ENGLEFIELD, an arm, erect, vested, in hand

heads of wheat.

ENGLEFIELD, Wilts., an eagle, displayed, per

pale, az. and gu.

ENGLEFIELD, Wilts., a sinister arm, vested,

cuffed, ar., in hand, ppr., a branch, vert. ENGLEHEART, an armed arm, embowed, in

gauntlet a sword, ppr.

ENGLISH, a greyhound's head, between two

roses, slipped and leaved. .

ENGLISH, a rose-branch, ppr., flowered, gu.

ENGLISH, a demi-lion.

ENGLISH, in hand a covered cap, ar. ENGLISH, Iri., a pyramid, entwined with wood- bine. ENGOLISME, Eng., a torteau, ppr. IQ. u ENNEW, Ess., a lion's head, erased, gu. ENNIS, Eng., an anchor, az., surmounted by a

fleur-de-lis.

ENNIS, Iri., an ox-yoke, in bend.

ENNISHOWEN, Baron (Chichester), a stork, in

mouth a snake, ppr. Famce vestigia retincns.

II..

ENNISKILLEN, Earl of (Willoughby-Cole), Iri.,

ERR

a demi-dragon, vert, langued, gu., in dexter a dart, ppr., in sinister an escutcheon, or. Deum cole regem sen-a.

ENNYS, Cornw., in hand a sheaf, ppr.

ENOKE, Wore., a demi-lion, in paws a serpent, nowed, ppr. comp.

ENSON, Staffs., an arm, in armour, ppr., gar- nished, or, in hand a sword, ar.

ENSOR, Eng., a lion, rampant, in dexter a fleur-de-lis, gu. -

ENSOR, Norf., a unicorn's head, ar., horned and maned, or. ,

ENSWELL, and ENTWISSELL, Lane., on a mount, vert, a hind, ppr., collared, ar.

ENSWELL, and ENTWISSELL, a human heart, gu.

ENTWICK, a dexter hand, couped, in fess, point- ing with the forefinger, and sustaining a fleur-de-lis. comp.

ENTWISLE, Lane. : (i.) A hand, couped, in fess, holding a fleur-de-lis, erect, or. . (.) A dexter arm, in armour, embowed, holding by the hair a Saracen's head, erased, and affronted, all ppr.

ENYS of Enys, Cornw., three white feathers, erect. Serpcntes velut et columbce.

EPITRE, a cinquefoil, pierced, gu.

EPPS, Kent, on a chaplet, vert, flowered, or, a falcon, rising, gold.

ERCALL, Eng., in dexter hand, ppr., a mullet of six points, or, charged with a crescent, sa. comp.

ERDESWIKE, Staffs., out of a ducal coronet, gu., a boar's head, per pale, ar. and sa., langued, of the first.

ERDINGTON, Eng., in hand a ball, sa.

EREDY, Lond., out of a coronet, two wings, ppr.

ERESBY, on a dexter gauntlet, a falcon, close, ppr.

ERESEY, on a sinister glove, a falcon, ppr.

ERINGTON, or ERRINGTON, Northumb. and Wilts., a cock, gu., combed and wattled, sa.

ERINGTON, Northumb., a unicorn's head, erased, quarterly, ar. and gu.

ERISBY, Eng., a broken halberd, ppr. Auxilio Dei.

ERISEY, Cornw., a cinquefoil, erm.

ERISEY, Cornw., a stag, trippant, ppr.

ERLE, Dors., a lion's head, erased, or, trans- pierced by a spear, ar., embrued, gu.

see plate

ERLEY, or ERLY, Eng., in hand, erect, ppr., a gem-ring, or, stone, gu.

ERMINE, Eng., an ermine, ppr.

ERMINGLAND, Norf., out of antique crown, a demi-lion, gu.

ERNE, Earl of, Iri. (Creighton), a dragon's head, couped, vert, fire issuing from mouth and ears, ppr. God send grace.

ERNLEY, and ERNLY, Eng. , an eagle, displayed, or. - *

ERNLEY, Wilts., a man's head, in profile, ppr., wearing a long cap, stringed and tasselled, of the second. .

ERNST, Eng., an eagle, gazing at the sun, ppr.

loo.

ERRINGTON, Northumb. and Ess., a unicorn's head, erased. -

ERR





ERRINGTON, a cock, gu., combed and wattled,

sa. -

ERROL, Earl of. (Hay-Carr), Sco., a falcon,

rising, ppr. Serva jugum.

ERSKINE, Baron, a dexter arm, embowed, in

hand a club, all ppr. Trial by jury. ERSKINE, Bart., of Torrie, Sco., in hand a

sword. Fortitudine.

ERSKINE, Earl of Buchan, Earl of Mar and

Kellie. See BUCHAN, HOSSLYN, and MAR. ERSKINE, Bart., of Cambo., Sco., a garb, in fess,

or, thereon, a cock, ppr., wings expanded,

sinister, az. Vettient et vaUlant. ERSKINE, Sco., a dexter arm, in armour, in

hand a sword, ppr. Je pense plus. ERSKINE, Sco., a griffin's head, erased, in beak

a sword, in bend. In Domino confido. ERSKINE, Sco., a dexter arm, ppr., in hand a

cross crosslet, or. Think well. ERSKINE, Sco., a demi-lion, rampant, gu.

ERSKINE, Sco., a dexter hand holding a dagger,

ppr., within an orle of laurel, vert. Je pense

plus and Perspicax, audax. comp. ERSKINE, Sco., in hand a sword.

ERSKINE, Sco., in dexter hand a club, raguly,

ppr. Judge nought.

ERSKINE of Linlathen, same crest and motto. ERSKINE, Sco., a dexter arm, embowed, in

hand a scimitar. Je pense plus.

ERSKINE, Lord Erskine, a dexter hand, grasp- ing a club, or. Fortitudine. ERSKINE, Sco., a demi-griffin, in dexter a sword,

all ppr. A usim et confido.

ERSKINE, Sco., a demi-lion, rampant, gu., in

dexter a thistle, ppr., in sinister a fleur-de- lis, az. i ERTHE, Sco., a cock crowing. Audax. ERVING, Eng., in hand a mill-rind. ERVING, on a torteau, ar., a cross, sa. ERWIN, Sco., on a mount, vert, a tree, ppr.,

thereto chained a boar, passant, or, collar,

chain, and padlock, az. Lock sick. ESCALES, out of a ducal coronet, gu., seven

ostrich-feathers, ar. comp. .

ESCLABOR, Eng., a galley, with sails furled,

sa., flags, gu. ii

ESCOT, or ESSCOT, Cornw., a lion, passant, per

pale, ar. and sa. I

ESCOTT, Eng., an ostrich, gu., in mouth a

horse-shoe, or.

ESCUDAMORE, Eng., on a chapeau, a peacock

in pride, all ppr. .

ESDAILE, Lond., a demi-lion, rampant, in paws

a mullet, or.

ESDAILE, Eng., a flag, issuant, sa.

ESHARTON, Eng., a demi-lion, per cheveron,

or and vert.

ESINGOLD, Eng., a chevalier, on horseback,

brandishing a sword, ppr.

ESMOND, Iri., a horned owl, sa.

ESMONDE, Bart., Iri., out of a mural coronet,

gu., a head, in profile, helmeted, all ppr. EsPEKE,Eng.,an ostrich's head, between wings,

ar., in mouth a horse-shoe, az.

ESPINASSE, aboar's head, in fess, couped, pierced

by a broken spear, in bend. i

ESPINASSE, from clouds, two hands conjoined,

in fess, supporting a heart inflamed, ppr.

ESSE, Eng., a cockatrice, or, beaked, gu. ESSE, Devons., a mortar -piece, ppr.

ETT

ESSEX, Lond., out of a mural coronet, erm., a griffin's head, or.

ESSEX, Earl of (Capel-Coningsby) : (i.) For Capel, a demi-lion, rampant, or, in dexter a cross crosslet, fitched, gu. . (.) For Coning sby, a cony, sejant, ar. Fide et for- titudine. I

ESSEX, in a mural coronet, erm., a demi-eagle, or, wings, vair.

ESSEX, an eagle's head, or, gorged with a ducal coronet. comp.

ESSEX, Berks., an eagle's head, or, in mouth a hawk's leg, erased at thigh, gu.

ESSINGTON, Line., a horse's head, erased, ar.

. I

ESSINGTON, Glouc., in hand, ppr., a fusil, or.

ESTANTON, Eng., a wyvern, or.

ESTATFORD, a dexter hand holding a sword, by the blade, in bend, point upward, all ppr.

ESTCOURT, Norf. : (i.) Out of a mural coronet, a demi-eagle, displayed. . (.) A stag's head, affrontee. i

ESTCOURT, Eng., out of a mural coronet, az., a demi-eagle, displayed, ppr., beaked, or.

ESTDAY, Kent, on a mount, vert, a hind, lodged, ar.

ESTE, Eng., a garb, or, banded, gu.

ESTELEY, and ESTLEY, on a ducal coronet, three daggers, one in pale, and two in saltier, or.

ESTERCOMBE, out of a mural coronet, or, a, griffin's head, az., beaked, gold.

ESTERCOMBE, Somers., out of a ducal coronet, or, a griffin's head, az., beaked, gold.

ESTERLEY, Line., a mastiff, passant, ar.

ESTLAND, and ESTLIN, an arm, in armour, em- bowed, in hand a fleiir-de-lis, or.

ESTMERTON, Eng., two dexter hands, in fess, couped and conjoined, ppr., supporting a cross crosslet, fitched, sa.

ESTOFT, Line., in lion's gamb, a crescent, or.

ESTOX, Devons., on a mount, vert, five ears of wheat, erect, or, stalked and leaved, ppr.

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ESTOTE, Eng., a fleur-de-lis, gu.

ESTOWER, and ESTEWER, a goat, ar. ESTRANGE, Glouc., a chevalier on horseback,

at full speed, holding a broken lance, ppr.

.- ESTWOOD, Eng., a lion's head, erased and

crowned, or. comp.

ETELUM, a talbot's head, ducally crowned, or.

ETHELSTAN, Lane., an eagle, displayed, purp.

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ETHELSTAN, and ETHELSTON, Eng., a broken spear.

ETHELSTON, Chesh., a ram's head, couped, sa., charged with three cross crosslets, in cheve- ron, or. JDat et sumit Deus.

ETHERIDGE,, Eng., a crescent, charged with an etoile of six points.

ETHERINGTON, Yorks., a tower, decayed on sinister side, on a battlement thereof a leo- pard's face, ppr. comp.

ETON, Eng., a crow's head, erased, ppr.

ETTON, Chesh., a hand holding a dagger, in pale, thrust through a boar's head.

ETTRICK, High Barnes, Durham, a demi-lion, rampant, gu., holding in dexter paw a mar- shal's baton, sa., tipped at each end, or.

ETT i

ETTY, Eng., a lion, rampant, gardant. ETY, Yorks., a husbandman, mowing with a

scythe, ppr.

EUEN, Sco., a demi-lion, in dexter a mullet, gu.,

Audaciter.

EURE, Eng., a stag's head, erased, az., attired,

ar., charged with the sun, or.

EURE, Eng., a horse's head, ar. Artis vel

Martis. I

EURE, a talbot, passant, or.

EUREUX, Eng., five arrows, one in pale, four

in saltier, gu., headed, or, feathered, ar.,

bound by a belt, of the first, buckled, gold.

. II EUSTACE, Eng., in hand, a close helmet, ppr.

EUSTACE, Iri., a stag, statant, ppr. EUSTON, Eng., a boar, passant, sa., armed,

bristled, and hoofed, ar.

EVANS, EREKE. See CARBERRY. EVANS, Lond. and Salop, an arm, embowed,

vested, gu., cuffed, or, in hand a gilliflower,

ppr. EVANS, Heref., out of an earl's coronet, an

arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a sword,

all ppr., point embrued, gu. omp. EVANS, Norf., a dexter arm, erect, vested,

cuffed ar., in hand a parchment-roll, ppr.

I I -

EVANS, Jri. and Wei., a demi-lion, rampant, regardant, or, between paws a boar's head, couped, sa. Lilertas. comp. IO

EVANS, Eng. and Wei., a lion, passant, sa.

. I

EVANS, Eng. and Wei., on a ducal coronet, or, a boar's head, in f ess, erased, sa. see plate '

EVANS, Bucks., an eagle's head, between wings, sa., in beak a rose, gu., stalked and leaved, ppr.

EVANS, Heref., a cubit arm, erect, in hand a torch inflamed, erect, all ppr.

EVANS, Eng., a lamb, passant, bearing a ban- ner. ii

EVANS, Derbs., a boar's head, in a charger, erased, ar.

EVANS, D'ARCY-, of Knockaderry, Iri., a spear, broken in three pieces, or, two in saltier, one in pale, headed, ppr., banded at middle. Libertas.

EVATT, Eng., in lion's paw, erased, a torteau, gu. i

EVE, Eng., on a chapeau, a fox, sejant, ppr.

EVE, a greyhound, passant. .

EVELEIGH, Devons., between two laurel- branches, in orle, a stag, lodged, gardant, ppr.

EVELEIGH, Devons., a demi-griffin, per pale, or and sa. .

EVELICK, Sco., a sword, in pale, on point a pair of scales, all ppr. Recta vel ardua.

EVELYN, Bart., Surr., a griffin, passant, or, beak and fore-legs, az., ducally gorged, of the last.

EVELYN, a griffin, passant, or.

EVELYN of Wotton, Surr., a griffin, passant, or, ducally gorged. Durate.

EVELYN, a demi-lion, rampant.

EVENS, Eng., a demi-lion, rampant, sa.

EVERARD, Bart., Much-Waltham, Ess., a man's head, couped at shoulders, ppr., on head, a long cap, turned up, gold.

; EWB

EVERARD, Gillingham, Norf., a man's head, in

profile, ppr., with cap, or, fretty, sa, . EVERARD, Hawkdown, Suff., three annulets

conjoined, or.

EVERARD of Middleton, Norf., a man's head,

couped at shoulders, with cap. Say and do.

EVERARD, a moor's head, couped at shoulders,

in profile, ppr., wreathed, ar. and az. EVEREST, Eng., on point of a sword a mullet,

ppr.

EVERET, or EVERETT, Eng., an arm, in armour,

couped and embowed, elbow on a chapeau,

in hand a spear.

EVERET, or EVERETT, a griffin's head, erased,

sa., collared, gemelle of three pieces, the

middle, or, the others, ar. see plate

EVERINGHAM, Yorks. and Line., a demi-lion,

rampant, ar., in dexter a rose - branch,

flowered, or, stalked and leaved, vert. EVERIT, or EVERITT, Eng., a demi-lady, in

dexter a pair of scales, ppr.

EVERS, Eng., a dexter hand, vested, holding a

roll of paper, ar.

EVERSFIELD, Suss., out of a ducal coronet, a

camel's head, or. comp.

EVERSHEAD, Surr., a mullet of six points, or,

between wings, ar. I

EVERTON, Suff., a buck's head, erased, or, pel-

lettee and attired, sa.

EVERY, Bart., Derbs., a demi-unicorn, guttde-

de-sang and crined, or. Suum cuique. EVERY, Staffs., Devons., and Dors., a demi- unicorn, gu., crined, attired, and hoofed, or.

. ii

EVERY, a unicorn's head, ppr. '

EVES, Eng., three legs in armour, united at

thigh, flexed at knee, and spurred, ppr.

EVETT, Wore., a demi- dragon, or, holding a cross formee, gu. comp.

EVINGTON, and EVINTON, on a serpent, in orle, a boar's head, erased and erect.

EVINGTON, Middx. and Hants., out of a mural coronet, az., a nag's head, in armour, ppr., on head three feathers, one ar., between two, of the first. comp.

EVINGTON, Line., a horse's head, erased, ar., collared, az. see plate

EVRE, Eng., a parrot, feeding on a bunch of cherries. .

EVREUX, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, a tal- bot's head, sa.

EWAN, Sco., a demi-lion, rampant. Audaciter.

EWAR, round a broken arrow, in pale, pheoned, or, a snake entwined, ppr. HO.

EWARBY, out of a ducal coronet, or, a female's bust, face, ppr., breasts, gu., hair, gold.

EWART, Eng., in hand, erect, gauntleted, a cross crosslet, fitched, in pale.

EWART, in hand a dagger, ppr. Alest timor.

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EWART, in hand a cutlass, ppr.

EWART, a heart, ppr., transfixed by a sword.

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EWBANK, Durh., out of a ducal coronet, gu., a dragon's head, or.

EWBANK, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, a dex- ter and sinister hand, each holding an os- trich-feather. -

EWE





FAI

EWEN, on a mount, vert, a stork, statant, ppr.

comp.

EWEV, a curlew, ppr.

EWENS, Dors, and Somers., on a mount, vert, a curlew, rising, ppr.

EWER, a pheon, ar., mounted on a broken dart, gu., entwined by a serpent, ppr. .

EWERBY, Eng., an eagle, displayed, per fess, vert and ar.

EWERS, a staff, raguly, or. comp.

EWES, Eng., a quatrefoil, vert. I

EWING, Eng., an arm, in armour, couped, and tied at shoulder, embowed, resting elbow on a chapeau, gu., in hand a sceptre.

EWING, Sco., a demi-lion, gardant.

EWING, Iri., the moon in her complement, ppr.

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EWING, Sco., a demi-lion, gu., in dexter a mul- let, az. Audaciter.

EXALL, an eagle's head, erased, sa., charged on neck with three etoiles, in fess, ppr.

see plate

EXETER, Marquess of (Brownlow-Cecil), on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a garb, or, supported by two lions, dexter, ar., sinister, az. Cor unum, via una.

EXETER, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, two, arms, in saltier, ppr., in each hand a scimitar, in pale.

EXMEW, a dove, ar., in mouth a text, R, or, by a sprig of laurel, ppr.

EXMOUTH, Viscount (Pellew), upon waves of the sea, the wreck of the Dutton, East India- man, upon a rocky shore, off Plymouth gar- rison, all ppr. Deo adjuvante and Algiers.

EXTON, Eng., the sail of a ship, ppr. i

EYCHEBALU, Yorks., a boar's head, in bend, couped, sa.

EYE, on a chapeau, turned up, erm., two wings.

EYER, Eng., atalbot's head, erased, ar., spotted, gu., collared, az.

EYLAND, Line., on a chapeau, a/,., turned up, or, a martlet, gu.

EYNES, Salop, Oxon., and Dors., an eagle, dis- played, on a tortoise, ppr.

EYNES, Sa^p, Oxon., and Dors., an eagle, displayed, a,t., semee of etoiles, or.

see plate

EYNPORD, and EYNS WORTH, Eng., in hand a wheat- ear, or.

EYRE, Earl of Newburgh. See NEWBURGH.

EYRE, Bucks., a phrenix, close, ppr. I

EYRE, Eng., an armed leg, couped at thigh, spur, or.

EYRE, Lord Eyre,- Iri., same crest. Pro reye scepe, pro patrid semper,

EYRE, an antelope, sejant, or, ducally gorged and attired, ar.

EYRE, an ibex, inaned, armed, and ducally gorged, ar.

EYRE, Eng., a lion, passant, gardant, gu.

EYRE, Eng., a dexter gauntlet, ppr. EYRE, Wilts., on a chapeau, a booted leg.

Virtus sola invicta. EYRES, Eng., in lion's gamb, sa., a sceptre, in

pale, or.

EYRES, Eng., a griffin's head, erased, -ducally

gorged and lined, in beak a laurel-branch.

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EYSTON, Eng., an etoile of eight points.

comp.

EYSTON, two arms, embowed, vested, holding up an escallop. comp.

EYSTON of East Hendred, Berks., a lion, se- jant, or.

EYSTON, Berks., a lion, sejant, or.

EYTON, Leic. and Northamp,, a demi-dragon, wings addorsed, ppr., collared, winged and lined, ar., in dexter a sword, of the last, hilt and pommel, or, the point embrued, gu.

comp. ii

EYTON, a lion's head, ar., devouring a tun, or.

EYTON, a reindeer's head, or, in mouth an acorn-slip, vert, fructed, gold.

EYVILL, D', Eng., an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a spiked club, all ppr.

EYVILL, a bear, sejant, muzzled, ppr.

FAAL, Sco., a pair of scales. ITonesias. i FABIAN, in lion's gamb, erased, a sceptre, in

pale, or.

FABIAN, on a chapeau, a fleur de-lis, gu., from

between the flowers, two split flags, ar., each

charged with a spot, erm. FACONBRIDGE, Eng., a yew-tree, vert. I FAGAN, Iri., out of a ducal coronet, a swan's

head and neck, between wings, ppr. FAGAN, or FARGON, Iri., a griffin, segreant,

supporting an olive-branch. comp.-. FAGAN, Iri., a griffin, segreant, supporting a

branch of laurel, ppr. FAGE, Eng., a cross crosslet, surmounted by a

sword, in bend sinister, point downwards.

comp. i FAGG, Bart., Suss., an ostrich, wings expanded,

ar., beaked, legged, and ducally gorged, or,

in beak a horse-shoe, az. see plate

FAHY, Iri., a dexter arm, in hand a hunting

spear, point downward.

FAIR, Eng,, a garb, or, environed by two snakes, vert.

FAIRBAIRN, Eng., a griffin, passant, sa.

FAIRBAIRN, Sco., the sun in splendour, or. Semper eadem.

FAIRBORNE, Notts., an arm, in armour, couped, in hand a sword, erect, enfiled with a Turk's head, affrontee, all ppr. Tutus sifortis.

FAIRBROTHER, Eng., a cockatrice, displayed, ppr.

FAIRCLOUGH, a demi-lion, rampant, sa., be- tween paws a fleur-de-lis, az. comp.

FAIREBORNE, in hand, vambraced, a sword, in pale, on point a savage's head, affrontee, ppr.

FAIRFAX, Yorks., on a chapeau, a lion, pas- sant, gardant, sa. Je leferay durant ma vie. comp.

FAIRFAX, Bart., a lion, passant, ppr. Fari fuc. i

FAI

FAIRFAX, Baron (Fairfax), Sco., a lion, passant, gardant, sa. Farifac.

FAIRFAX, Yorks., a lion, rampant, sa.

FAIRFAX, a lion, statant, gardant, sa.

FAIRFAX, Yorks., a lion, passant, sa. I

FAIRFAX, Yorks. and Norf., a lion's head, erased, sa., gorged with three bars-gemelle, and ducally crowned, or. comp.

FAIRFIELD, Eng., a demi-savage, affrontee, handcuffed, ppr.

FAIRFORD, on a chapeau, a talbot, sejant, ppr.

FAIRFORD, out of a mural coronet, a spear, sur- mounted by two laurel- branches, in saltier, all ppr.

FAIRFOWL, Sco., a parrot. Loguendo placet.

FAIRGRAY, Yorks., an anchor, ppr.

FAIRHOLM, Sco., a dove, with an olive-branch, ppr. Spero mdiora.

FAIRHOLM, Sco., a spur, winged, or, leathered, gu. Nunquam non paratus.

FAIRHOLME, Sco., a dove, with an olive-branch, ppr. Fide et firme.

FAIRLIE, or FAIRLY, Sco., a lion's head, couped, or. Paratus sum.

FAIRLIE, or FAIRLY, Sco., a unicorn's head, couped, ar. / am, ready.

FAIRN, between two laurel -branches, in orle, an open book, all ppr. I

FAIRNIE, Sco., a greyhound, current, ppr. Quiescens et vigilans.

FAIRWEATHER, the sun in splendour, or. Volvi- tur et ridet.

FAITH, on stump of tree, a crane, perched, ppr.

. ii

FAITHFULL, a key, in pale, wards upward, sur- mounted by a crosier and a sword, in saltier,

. II

FAITHFULL, a talbot, statant, ppr. comp.

FAKENHAM, and FECKENHAM, a square padlock, az.

FALCH, three quatrefoils on one branch, stalked and leaved, ppr. II

FALCON, and FAWCON, Eng., four arrows, points downward, and a bow in saltier, ppr.

FALCONER, Lond. and Sco., a falcon, rising, ppr. Fort Her scd apte.

FALCONER, Lond., same crest. Vi et indus- trid.

FALCONER, Wei., a falcon, perched, hooded, and belled, ppr. Viveut vivas.

FALCONER, Earl of Kintore. See KINTORE.

FALCONER, Sco., between two branches of laurel, a falcon, perched, ppr.

FALCONER, Sco., a falcon, ppr., hooded, gu. Paratus ad cctliera.

FALCONER, Sco., a falcon, rising, ppr.

FALCONER, Lond., a trefoil, slipped, or.

FALCONER, Sco., an angel, praying, or, within an orle of laurel, ppr. Vive ut vivas. I

FALDO, Beds., three arrows, gu., feathered, ar., two in saltier, one in pale, enfiled with a ducal coronet, or. comp.

FALKINER, Bart., Iri., a falcon's lure, ppr., be- tween wings, az. Fortund favente.

FALKINER, Iri., out of a ducal coronet, a hand, vested, gu., cuffed, or, holding the sun, ppr.

. I

FALKLAND, Vfaoount, Sco. (Gary), a swan, ppr. In utroque fiddis. n

FAB

FALKNER, Eng., on stump of tree, an escut- cheon, pendent, ppr.

FALKNOR, Eng., a garb, banded, or.

FALL, Sco., a cornucopia, ppr. Honestas.

FALL, a talbot, passant.

FALLESBY, a demi-antelope, collared, ar.

FALLESLEY, a dexter arm, from shoulder, ex- tended, ppr., in hand an anchor, az., cabled, sa. comp.

FALLON, Eng., in hand a mill-rind.

FALLOWFIELD, Cumb., on a chapeau, a lion, gardant, collared, and ducally crowned.

FALMOUTH, Earl of. See BOSCOWEN.

FALSTOFFE, Eng., an oak-tree, vert.

FALSTOFFE, Norf. and Suff., a hawk, sa., wings expanded, in mouth an oak- branch, vert, fructed, ar. comp. and .

FANACOURT, a chevalier, in armour, wielding a sword, ppr. comp. n

FANCOURT, out of a ducal coronet, or, a wy vern, erect, between feet a staff, raguly.

FANCOURT, Eng., two staffs, raguly, banded with olive, ppr. comp.

FANE, Line., in gauntlet, or, a sword, ppr., hilt and pommel, gold.

FANE, Line., in gauntlet, or, a broken sword, ar., hilt and pommel, gold.

FANE, Earl of Westmoreland. See WEST- MORELAND.

FANE, Iri., in dexter hand a laurel-branch,

PP r - -

FANNELL, a tiger, sejant, sa., ducally gorged, or.

comp. FANNER, out of a ducal coronet, a buck's head,

or. I

FANNING, Eng., in dexter hand, ppr., vested,

sa., a mill-rind, az.

FANSHAW, Derbs., a dragon's head, erased, or,

charged with two cheverons, ermines.

comp.

FANSHAW, Iri., a greyhound, sejant, gu. FANSHAW, Derbs., Ess., and Herts., a dragon's

head, erased, vert, flames issuant from

mouth, ppr.

FANSHAWE, Eng., on a ducal coronet, az., a

wy vern, sa. see plate

FANSHAWE, a cockatrice's head, ppr. i FAQUIER, a hand, issuant, pruning a vine, ppr.

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FARBRIDGE, Iri., a parrot, gu. nS.

FARBY, Kent, a cinquefoil, or.

FARDELL, Lond. and Line., a mount, vert, a

demi-lion, or, holding a book, expanded, ppr.,

charged on shoulder with a rose, gu. Non

nobis solum.

FARELL, Heref. and Warw., a boar's head,

couped, sa., collared, ar. see plate

FAREWELL, Somers., a tiger, sa., ducally gorged,

armed, and tufted, or. see plate

FAREY, Eng., a plough, ppr.

FARINGHAM, and FARNEHAM, out of an earl's

coronet, or, a moor's head, from shoulders,

ppr. ii

FARINGTON, Lane., a wyvern, statant, ar., sans

wings, tail nowed, ducally gorged, and chain

reflexed over back, or. FARINGTON, Lond., a dragon, passant, ppr.

FARINGTON, Eng., on a chapeau, gu., turned

up, or, a fox, sejant, ppr.

PAR





FAS

FARLEY, Eng., an antelope's head, erased, pierced through neck by a spear-head, ppr.

FARLOUGH, Lane., a demi-lion, rampant, in dexter a fleur-de-lis, sa.

FARLOW, a dragon's head, ducally gorged and chained. -

FARMER, Bart., Suss., a leopard, passant, gar- dant, ppr. II.

FARMER, Sco., a cross flev.ry, fitched, between wings, each charged with a crescent.

comp.

FARMER, Leic., out of a ducal coronet, or, a salamander in flames, ppr.

FARMER, Norf., a cock's head, gu., combed and wattled, or, in beak a rose, of the first, stalked and leaved, vert. see plate

FARMER of Nonsuch Park, Surr., out of a ducal coronet, or, a cock's head, gu., crested and wattled, gold. Hora c sempre.

FARMER, Northamp., out of a ducal coronet, or, a cock's head, gu., crested and jelloped, gold.

FARMER, a tiger's face, affrontde.

FARMINGHAM, Eng., a sea-lion, rampant, or.

F ARMOUR, a cock's head, erased, gu., combed and wattled, or, in beak a bunch of flowers, ar., leaved, ppr. see plate

FARNABY, Bart., Kent., a stork, ar.

FARNABY, Kent, out of a ducal coronet, a stork, rising, ppr., charged with two bars- gemelle, ar., in beak a snake, vert.

sec plate

FARNABY, Kent, out of a mural coronet, a stork, close, ppr.

FARNAM, out of a ducal coronet, a griffin's head, in beak a cross crosslet, fitched.

comp. I

FARNBOROUGH, Baron (Long), out of a five- leaved ducal coronet, or, a lion's head, ar., gutte'e-de-sang. Znyenucu suscipit artes.

FARNDEN, Suss., on a mural crown, or, a leo- pard's head, purp. comp.

FARNELL, a hawk, wings expanded and in- verted, ducally gorged and belled, ppr.

FARNHAM, Baron (Maxwell-Barry), Iri., a buck's head, erased, ppr. Jesuisprfa.

FARNHAM, an eagle, preying on a cony, ppr.

FARNHAM, Eng., out of ducal coronet, or, a moor's head, from shoulders, ppr.

FARNHAM, an eagle, or, preying on a hare, ar.

FARNHAM of Quorndon House. Leic., an eagle, or, wings close, preying on a rabbit, ar.

comp.

FARQUHAR, Bart., Lond., an eagle, rising, ppr. Mente manuqiie.

FARQUHAR, TOWNSHEND-, Bart., of Mauritius, same crest and motto.

FARQUHAR, Sco., a lion, rampant. to, cado, Jide et armis.

FARQUHAR, and FERQUHAR, Sco., issuing out of a cloud, ppr., a star, ar. Vertitur in diem.

FARQUHAR, Sco., a dexter hand, apaumee, ppr. Fide et armis. .

FARQUHAR, Sco., a dexter hand ; apaumee, ppr. Sto, cado, Jide et armis.

FARQUHAR, GRAY-, Sco., a sinister hand, apau- mee, gu. Sto, cado, fide et armis. I

FARQUHARSON of Invercauld, a demi-lion, gu., in dexter a sword, ppr. Fide et fortitudine.

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FARQUHARSON of Haughton, the sun rising from behind a cloud, ppr. Ittumino. I

FARQUHARSON, and FARQUHERSON, Eng., a portcullis, gu. . n

FARQUHARSON, Sco., a demi-lion, rampant, gu. In memoriam majorum.

FARQUHARSON, Dors., a demi-lion, rampant, in dexter paw a dagger, erect, ppr., hilt and pommel, or.

FARQUHARSON, Eng., the sun in splendour, ppr. Ittumino.

FARQUHARSON, Sco., out of a cloud, the sun, rising, ppr. Non semper sub umbra. I

FARR, Eng., on the point of a sword, a maunch, gu.

FARRAND, Norf., in fr.ont of a garb, or, a phea- sant, ppr. NuUd pallescere culpd.

FARRAND, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a battle-axe.

FARRANT, Lond. and Kent, a cubit arm, erect, vested, az., cuffed, ar., charged with a cross patonce, vaire', of the last, and gu., the hand grasping an anchor, cabled, ppr. comp. I

FARRANT, Kent, out of a ducal coronet, or, a pelican's head, ar., vulning, gu., between wings, of the last. see plate i

FARRANT, Surr. and Yorks., a cubit arm, erect, vested, vair, cuffed, ar., in hand a battle-axe. comp. I-*

FARRAR, Yorks., a horse-shoe, sa., between wings, ar.

FARRAR, Eng., a thistle and cross crosslet, fitched, in saltier, ppr.

FARREL, and FARRELL, Iri., a bear, passant, sa., pierced through shoulder by a hunting- spear, ar.

FARRELL, Iri., on a ducal coronet, a greyhound, current, gorged with a collar, and affixed thereto by a broken chain, a regal crown, ppr. Cu re bit. see plate

FARRER, and FARROR, Eng., a horse-shoe, sa., between wings, or. !

FARRER of Ingleborough, Yorks., a horse- shoe, between wings, ppr. Ferre ra Ferme.

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FARRER, out of a ducal coronet, or, between wings, ar., a crescent, gold. comp. I

FARRIER, a horse-shoe.

FARRINGTON, a lamb, passant, ar., bearing a banner, pink, staff, ppr., surmounted by a cross, or. - IO

FARRINGTON, Bart., Kent, a dragon, wings elevated, tail no wed, vert, bezantee, gorged with a mural coronet, ar., and chain reflexed over back, or, charged on body with two caltraps, in fess, gold. Le bon temps mendra.

FARRINGTON, Eng., a wyvern, vert.

FARRINGTON, Leic., a dragon, passant, sans wings, ar., murally gorged, gu., chained, or.

FARRINGTON, Lond., a dragon, passant, ppr.

FARROW, Eng., a lion's paw, holding a thistle, ppr. - H

FARWELL, two oak -branches, in orle, vert, acorned, or.

FASANT, a Cornish chough, wings expanded, ppr.

FAS





FEL,

FASSETT, -Eng., a shark's head, issuant, re- gardant, swallowing a negro, all ppr.

FAUCONBKIDGE, or FAWCONBRIDGE, out of a ducal coronet, or, a plume of three ostrich- feathers, banded, ppr. comp.

FAUKENNER, Surr., a falcon, ppr., belled, or.

FAULDER, on a mountain, a beacon inflamed, all ppr.

FAULKNER, Suff., a demi-cockatrice, wings ad- dorsed, ppr. see plate

FAULKNER, Eng., a cross moline, pierced, gu.

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FAULKNER, a falcon's lure, or, between falcon's

wings, ppr. .

FAULKNER, Middx., a dragon's head and neck,

with wings addorsed, couped at shoulders,

ppr. see plate

FAULKNER of Castletown, Carlow, on a mount,

vert, an angel in a praying posture, or,

within an orle of laurel, ppr. Vive ut vivas,

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FAULKS, a boar's head, couped, ppr.

FAUNCE, a demi-Jion, rampant, sa., langued,

gu., ducally gorged, or. Ne tmtcs, aut per-

fice.

FAUNTAN, FAUNT, and FANT, a naked boy, ppr.,

in dexter a toy, or. comp. - I

FAUNTLEROY, Cornw., the head of a halberd,

issuant, ppr.

FAUNTLEROY, Wilts., a fleur-de-lis, or. between

wings, az. comp.

FAUSSET, Kent, a demi-lion, rampant, sa., in

paws a Tuscan column, bendwise, gobonee,

ar. and gu., the base and capital, or.

see plate

FAUZE, a tower, ppr.

FAVELL, Eng., on the point of a sword, in pale,

a maunch, all ppr.

FAVILL, Yorks., an esquire's helmet, ppr. En

Dieuetmafoi.

FAWCET, Eng., a dolphin, naiant, ppr. FAWCETT, Eng., a stag's head.

FAWCETT, Iri., a mitre.

FAWCONER, and FAWKONER, a tower, sa., ma- soned, or. FAWETHER, and FAYREWEATHER, a lion's head,

erased, gu., billettee, or. comp.

FAWKES, Yorks., a falcon, ppr.

FAWKNE, a hawk's head, erased.

FAWKNER, and FAWKENOR, a trefoil, slipped,

or.

FAWLCONER, Hants, and Northamp., a garb,

or, banded, gu.

FAWLDE, Beds., three arrows, one in pale, and

two in saltier, gu., headed and feathered,

ar., issuing through a ducal coronet, or.

comp. II FAWSET, or FAWSSET, Line., a stag's head,

erased.

FAY, Iri., a dexter arm, in gauntlet a dagger,

all ppr.

FAYT, Eng., a water-bouget, gu.

FAZAKERLEY, Lane., on a mount, vert, a swan,

close, ar. -

FEA, a man, digging, ppr. Fac et spcra. FEAD, Eng., the sun, surmounted by a unicorn,

rampant.

FEAKE, and FEEKE, out of a ducal coronet, or,

a demi-ostrich, wings expanded, ar., beaked,

gu., in mouth a horse-shoe, gold.

FEARGUSON, Iri., an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a broken tilting-spear.

FEARNLY, a talbot, passant, ar., through fern, vert, collared and lined, or. comp.

FEARON, Eng., within an annulet, or, an es- cutcheon, gu. -

FEARON, a demi-lion, rampant, ppr., between paws a shield, gu., surrounded by an annu- let, or. see plate

FEARON, Suss., out of a ducal coronet, a fal- con's head, ppr.

FEAST, Middx., a pheon, point upward, gu.

FEATHERSTON, or FEATHERSTONE, Eng., a cross crosslet.

FEATHERSTONHAUGH, Durh.. a falcon, ppr.

FEAULITEAU, Surr., a squirrel, sejant, crack- ing a nut, all ppr.

FECHER, Eng., a spur-rowel, between wings, ppr. comp.

FEDELOW, an ermine, statant, ppr., collared and lined, sa. comp.

FEILD, out of a cloud, an arm, in armour, in fess, in hand, gauntleted, a sphere, all ppr.

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FEILDEN, Bart., Lond., a nut-hatch, perched on a hazel-branch, ppr., in mouth a rose, or, slipped, vert. Virtutis prcemium honor.

FEILDEN, Derbs. and Lane., a nut-hatch feed- ing on a hazel- branch, all ppr.

FELBRIDG, a man's heart, imperially crowned, between wings. . I

FELBRIDGE, Eng., a tower, embattled, thereon a bird, rising.

FELD, Sco., an eagle's head, erased, ppr.

FELD, and FIELD, Yorks., out of clouds, ppr., a dexter arm, in fess, vested, gu., in hand a sphere, or.

FELDING, on a branch, vert, fructed, or, a woodpecker, ppr.

FELDINGHAM, or FILLINGHAM, a slip of three teazles, or. -

FELDON, Leic., a wild man.

FELDRIDGE, Wore., a bird, in beak a nut- branch, vert, fructed, ppr. comp.

FELFAIR, a gem-ring.

FELIX, Eng., a covered cup, gu. comp. i

FELL, a pelican, wings elevated and addorsed, vulning, ppr.

FELL, Northumb., a Catherine-wheel, ensigned on top with cross pattee, fitched, or.

FELL, Lond., a hand holding a clarionet, ppr.

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FELL, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-eagle, displayed, ducally gorged. comp.

FELL, Lond., out of a mural coronet, gu., a dexter arm, embowed, in armour, ppr., gar- nished, or, in hand, ppr., a tilting-spear, of the last.

FELL, a lion, sejant, ppr.

FELLGATE, Suff., a griffin, sejant, salient, ar., pierced through breast by a broken spear, or, the point in mouth.

FELLOW, Iri., a lion, sejant, gardant, resting dexter on an escutcheon. see plate

FELLOWES, Eng., oxit of a cloud, a dexter hand, holding a club, all ppr. -

FELLOWES, Devons., a lion's head, erased, dq- cally crowned. comp.

FELLOWES, a lion's head, erased, or, inurally

FEL I;

crowned, ar., charged with a fess, dancettee, erm.

FELLOWES, or FELLOWS, Devons., a scaling- ladder, ppr., hooked at top. FELT, on a mural coronet, or, a stag, passant, ppr. see plate FELTER, in dexter hand, a covered cup, or.

. ii

FELTHAM, Lond., an arm, in armour, in gaunt- let a broken spear, the pieces in saltier, all ppr. Portanti spolia palmd. FELTON, Lond., out of a ducal coronet, two wings, or and ar.

FELTON, a stag, lodged, gu., ducally gorged and lined, or, attired, vert, on the top of each branch a bezant. comp.

FENCOURT, Eng., a portcullis, sa., chained, az.

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FENIS, Eng., a bridge of three arches, ppr. FENKELL, Eng., a mullet, sa. -

FENN, Suff., a dragon's head, erased, az., col- lared, ar., on the collar three escallops, of the first. comp.

FENN, Norf., a dragon's head, erased. FENN, Eng., a talbot's head, erased, or, col- lared, az. FENNEL, or FENNELL, Eng., a hunting-horn, sans strings. I. FENNER, two hands, couped and conjoined, in fess, gu., supporting a cross crosslet, fitched, az. FENNER, Eng., an eagle, displayed, or, winged, ar. FENNER, an eagle, displayed, ar., membered, or. FENNING, Eng., a lion, passant, regardant, du- cally gorged and lined. FENNISON, !Sco., a crane's head, ppr. Vigilat et orat. FENNOR, Eng., a mermaid, in dexter a dagger, all ppr. FENOUILLET, Lond., a demi-pegasus, gardant, or, winged, gu., holding a banner, vert, charged with a bee-hive, or, staff, gu. In- dustrie, et spe. comp. FENROTHER, Lond., a boar's head, couped, be- tween two branches, in orle, ppr. FENTIMAN, Eng., a Cornish chough, rising, du- cally gorged, ppr. comp. FENTON, Yorks. and Notts., a fleur-de-lis, sa., enfiled with a ducal coronet, or. FENTON of Underbank Hall, Yorks., out of a ducal coronet, a fleur-de-lis, ppr. FENTON, Sco., out of a rock, a palm-tree, grow- ing, ppr. Per ardua surgo. FENTON, Perths., out of a ducal coronet, a griffin's head, in mouth a key. Felix qui pacificus. . I FENWICK, or FENNWICK, a phoenix in flames, Virtute sibi prcemium. IOI. FENWICK, a beaver, passant, ppr., in mouth a sugar-cane, or. comp. n FENWICK, Leic., a phoenix, az., winged, gu., in flames, ppr. FENWICK, Northumb., a phoenix in flames, ppr., murally gorged, or. Toujours loi/al.

comp. FERBY, Kent, on a mural coronet, or, a plate,

between wings, sa.

FERGANT, a cross crosslet.

FERGUS, Sco., a dexter arm, in armour, in hand

a sword, in pale, az.

FEB

FERGUSHILL, Sco., out of a ducal coronet, a

cock's head, ppr.

FERGUSON, Bart., Iri., on a thistle, leaved, and

flowered, ppr., a bee, or. Dvlcius ex asperis.

FERGUSON, Sco., a thistle, thereon a bee, ppr.

Indnstria.

FERGUSON of Craig- darroch, Sco., in hand a

spear, in bend, ppr. Vi et arte.

FERGUSON, Cumb., a demi - lion, in dexter a

thistle, ppr. Marte et arte. comp. I

FERGUSON, Heref. and Sco., out of clouds, ppr.,

a crescent, ar.

FERGUSON, in hand a dagger, erect. Arte et

marte.

FERGUSON, a hand grasping a broken spear,

ppr. Vi et arte.

FERGUSON, Lond., an arm, in armour, in hand

a broken spear, all ppr. True to the last.

FERGUSON, Eug. and Sco., in a crescent, a

cock, ppr.

FERGUSON, a demi-lion, ppr., between paws a

buckle, gu. Virtutis fortuna comes. FERGUSON, a demi-lion, in dexter a scimitar.

FERGUSON, on clouds, a crescent, horns upward.

Virtute. n

FERGUSSON, Bart., Sco., on a thistle, leaved

and flowered, ppr., a bee, or. Dulcius ex

asperis.

FERGUSSON of Isle,co. Dumfries, an increscent,

or. Growing. I

FERMOR, Earl 'of Pomfret. See POMFRET.

FERMOR, Suss., a tiger, passant, ar. -

FERMOUR, two oak-branches, in saltier, ppr.

FERMOY, Baron, on a rock, ppr., a fish-eagle, wings displayed, ar., membered, or, in dex- ter a roach. Mon JDieu est ma rochc.

loo.

FERNANDEZ, Eng., on a cloud, a celestial sphere,

ppr.

FERNE, out of fern, ppr., a talbot's head,

ar., eared and collared, gu., garnished and

ringed, or. see plate

FERNE, on a mount of fern, ppr., a garb, or,

banded, gu. ii

FERNE, Derbs., Line., and Staffs., a garb, or,

between wings expanded, per pale, indented,

of the first, and gu.

FERNELY, or FERNLEY, through fern, vert, a

talbot, passant, ar., collared and lined, or.

see plate,

FERNEY, Sco., a crescent, ar.

FERNIE, Sco., a greyhound, current. Quiescens

et vigttans.

FERNS, Iri., out of a cup, az., a bouquet of

roses, ppr. I

FERON, Sco., a cross patted, erm.

FERRALL, Iri., a dagger and a sword in saltier,

ppr.

FERRAND, Yorks., an arm, in armour, em-

bowed, in hand a battle-axe, ppr. Justus et

propositi tenax.

FERRANT, Eng., a demi-lion, or, seme'e of tor-

teaux, az. see plate

FERRARD, Viscount, Iri. : (Skeffington-Foster),

a mermaid, with comb and mirror, all ppr.

Renascentur.

FERRARILS, Eng., a leopard, passant, gardant,

ducally gorged, ppr. .

FER

FERRARS, Eng., on a chapeau, an eagle, prey ing on a child, swaddled, ppr.

FERRERS of Baddesley Clinton, Warw., a uni- corn, passant, erm. Splendeo tritus.

comp.

FERRERS, Earl (Washington-Shirley), the bust of a Saracen in profile, ppr., wreathed about temples, or and az. Honor virtutis prcemium.

II-

FERRERS, Glouc., an ostrich, ppr., in mouth a horse-shoe, or.

FERRERS, Herts., two bees, volant, saltierwise, ppr.

FERRERS, Derbs. and Warw., a unicorn, pas- sant, erm. comp.

FERRERS, Sco., a leopard, passant, gardant, ducally gorged, ppr. II.

FERRERS, Eng., a pheon, az.

FERRIE, Sco., an anchor and cable, ppr. Be firm.

FERRIER, Sco., a garb, or, banded, gu. Dili- gentia ditat.

FERRIER, Eng., a horse-shoe, ppr. Bon for- tune.

FERRIER, Sco., a plumb-rule, or.

FERRIER, Sco., a horse - sho^ az., between wings, or. Advance.

FERRINGTON, an heraldic-tiger, passant, vert, tail nowed, ducally gorged and lined, or.

comp. II

FERRIS, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, a sinister hand, between wings, ppr.

FERRON, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, an arm, in armour, in hand a cutlass, ppr.

FERRY, or FERRET, a plough, ppr.

FESANT, Eng., a demi-antelope, ppr., collared, gu. II

FESANT, a cock-pheasant, ppr.

FESTING, Eng., afire-beacon inflamed, ppr.

FETHERSTON, Bart., Iri., an antelope, statant, ar., armed, or. Volens et valens.

FETHERSTON, Cambs., an antelope's head, erased, gu. .

FETHERSTON, an antelope's head, erased, gu., crined and armed, or, charged on neck with an ostrich-feather and an annulet, ar.

FETHERSTON, a griffin's head, erased, murally gorged. comp.

FETHERSTON of Packwood House, Warw., an antelope's head, erased, gu., horned and langued, vert. Christi pennatus sidera morte peto.

FETHERSTON, or FETHERSTONE, Iri., a cross crosslet, fitched, ar., and a sword, az , in saltier. - *

FETHERSTONEHAUGH, Bart., Eng., an antelope, statant, ar., armed, or.

FETHERSTONHAUGHof The College, Kirkoswald, an antelope's head, erased, gu., armed, or. Valens et volens.

FETON, a chevalier, in complete armour, wield- ing a scimitar, ppr. comp.

FETTES, Kent, a man on horseback, at full speed, brandishing a scimitar. Absquemetu.

- " FETTES, Bart., Sco., and FETTUS, Sco., a bee,

volant, ppr. Indu stria.

FETTEW, a bee, erect, ppr.

FETTIPLACE, Berks., a griffin's head, vert,

beaked, gu.

FETTIPLACE, Berks., a cock's head, erased, gu.,

crested and wattled, or.

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FETTYPLACE, a griffin's head, erased, vert, beaked and eared, gu.

FEVERSHAM, Baron (Duncombe), out of a ducal coronet, or, a horse's hind-leg, sa., shod, ar. Deo, regi, patrice.

FEWTRELL, a leopard's head, ppr., gorged with

a collar, ar., charged with three mullets, sa.

comp. jo.

FEYREY, and FEYTREY, a cross crosslet, fitched, sa.

FEYRY, Beds., a griffin, segreant, in dexter a sword, ppr. comp. and

FFARRINGTON, Lane., a dragon, ar., sans wings, tail nowed, langued and ducally gorged, gu., wreathed with a chain, or. J)omat omnia virtus.

FFLOKES, Bart., Norf., a dexter arm, embowed, vested, in ha.nd a spear, ppr.

FFOLLIOTT, a lion, rampant, doubly queued, and murally crowned, or. Quo virtus et fata vocant. see plate

FFOULKES of Eriviatt, Wei., a boar's head, erased, ar. Jure non dono. .

FFRENCH, Baron (Ffrench), Iri., a dolphin, naiant, ppr. Malo mori quamfcedari.

FFYTCHE, a leopard's face, or, pierced by a sword, in bend sinister, ppr., hilt and pom- mel, gold.

FFYTCHE, Line. : (i.) A leopard, passant, ppr. holding an escutcheon, charged with a leo- pard's 'face, or. see plate . (.) A pelican wings addorsed, vulning. Esperance..

FICHET, Somers., a demi-lion, pean, ducally crowned, or.

FICKLING, on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., an eagle's head, az. comp. I and

FIDDES, Eng., a cinquefoil, erm.

FIDELOW, a dexter hand, in fess, couped, reach- ing toward a garland of olive. .

FIDLER, Eng., a dexter hand holding a palm - branch, ppr.

FIELD, a wheatsheaf, or, banded, gu.

FIELD, issuing from clouds, a dexter arm, in fess, ppr., vested, gu., cuffed, az., in hand a javelin, of the first.

FIELD, Iri., a lily and a holly-branch, in sal- tier, ppr.

FIELDEN, a bird, on a branch, ppr.

FIELDEN, Eng., a lion, rampant, in dexter a fleur-de-lis.

FIELDING, a rope knotted and tasseHed, be- tween wings.

FIELDING, Warw. : (i.) On dexter, an eagle, displayed. . (.) In centre, a palm- tree. i. (.) On sinister, a black-bird sitting on an oak-stump, acorned, all ppr.

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FIELDING, Earl of Denbigh. See DENBIGH.

FIELDING, Eng., an eagle, displayed, sa., armed and membered, or, and charged on breast with the family coat. Honor virtutis pre- mium, comp.

FIELDS, issuing from a cloud, in hand, erect, a club, ppr.

FIENES, Eng., a wolf, sejant, collared and lined. comp.

FIENNES, issuing from clouds, in fess, two hands, supporting a flaming heart, ppr.

FIENNES, Baron Say and Sale. See SAY.

FIFE, Earl of, Viscount Macduff (Duff) : (i.) A horse, in full gallop, ar., covered with a

PIP

mantling, gu., bestrewed with escutcheons, or, each charged with a lion, rampant, of the second, on his back a knight, in complete armour, with sword drawn, ppr., on sinister arm a shield, charged as the escutcheons, and on his helmet a wreath, of the colours, thereon a demi-lion, rampant, gu. . (.) A demi-lion, rampant, gu., in dexter a broadsword, ppr., hilt and pommel, or. Virtute et opere.

FIFE, or FIFFE, Sco., a demi-lion, rampant, sa.

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FIFIELD, Kent, a falcon, rising, gu. FIGES, Eng., two anchors, in saltier, az., stocks,

gu. -

FiGGiNS,"Wilts., a dexter arm, in hand a cross

crosslet, fitched, gu. .

FILBUT, and FILBUTT, Eng., an arm, in armour,

in hand a carved shield.

FILFED, Eng., across crosslet, fitched, between

two palm-branches, ppr.

FILIOLL, Ess. and Dors., a unicorn's head,

couped, sa.

FILKIN, and'FiLKYN, Eng., wings in leure,

ppr.

FILLINGHAM, Norf., in dexter hand, gauntleted,

a pheon, point upward, ppr.

FILLINGHAM, Eng., on a chapeau, ar., turned

up, gu., a boar, sa.

FILLINGHAM, a slip of three teazles, or.

- FILMER, Bart., Kent, on a ruined castle, or,

a falcon, wings expanded, ppr. , beaked and

legged, gold. comp.

FINCH, a griffin, segreant.

FINCH, Ruts., a griffin, passant, sa. FINCH, a lion, rampant, in dexter a gilliflower,

slipped, ppr. see plate

FINCHJ Kent, a griffin, passant, wings ad-

. dorsed, sa., ducally gorged, or.

FINCH, Earl of Aylesford. See AYLESFORD.

FINCH, Iri., a griffin, passant, az. Bono vince

malum.

FINCHAM, Eng., a wolf's head, erased, in mouth

a branch of laurel, vert, fructed, gu.

see plate FINCHAM, a hind's head, erased, or, in mouth

a branch of laurel, vert, fructed, gu.

see plate FINCHE, Surr., a griffin, passant, sa., ducally

gorged, ar.

FINCH-HATTON, Earl of Winchilsea. See WIN-

CHILSEA.

FINCHINGFIELD, Eng., a dagger and a sword, in saltier, ppr.

FINDERNE, an ox-yoke, or.

FiNbLATER, an eagle, regardant, ppr.

comp.

FINDLAY of Easterhill, Lanark, a boar, pas- sant, ar. Fortis in arduis.

FINDLEY, Sco., a boar, passant, ar. Fortis in

FIS

arduis.

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FINEAUX, Kent, an eagle's head, erased, or,

ducally crowned, ar. FINET, Kent, a tower, ar., round the top,

fleur-de-lis. FINGALL, Earl of (Plunkett), a horse, passant,

ar. Festina lente.

FINGLASSE, Iri., a demi-eagle, displayed, with

two heads. comp.

FINLASON, Sco., a stag's head, erased, ppr.

Ocelitus datum.

FINLAY of Castle Toward, Greenock, in hand a dagger, ppr. J'U be wary.

FINLAY, Sco., a naked arm, in hand a scimi- tar, ppr. Fortis in arduis.

FINLAY, Sco, an olive-branch, slipped, ppr. Beati pacifici.

FINLAYSON, Sco., a stag's head, at gaze, erased, PP r - Sj-

FINLAYSON, Eng., a spur- rowel.

FINLAYSON, Sco., a stag's head, erased, in mouth a serpent. Ccditus datum.

FINLAYSON, Sco., same crest. Hand on.

FINLEY, Eng , in dexter hand, a sword, ppr.

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FINN, Eng., a unicorn, sejant, resting dexter against a tree, ppr.

FINNAN, a dove, wings expanded, az., in mouth an olive-branch, ppr. .

FINNCANE, Iri., a vine-branch, leaved, vert, fructed, ppr.

FINNES, Eug., a wolf, sejant, ar., collared, in- dented, and chained, or. comp.

FINNEY, Eng. a bundle of seven arrows, ppr.

FINNIE, Sco., a dove with a leaf in mouth, ppr. Tandem.

FINNIS, Eng., a cross crosslet, fitched, gu., and a sword, az., in saltier. > *

FIOTT, a demi-horse, ar., charged on breast with a fleur-de-lis, sa.

FIREBRAE, a flame of fire, ppr. Fideli quid obstat.

FIRMAGE, Suff., an ermine, sejant, ppr., col- lared and lined, or.

FIRMIN, Lond., a demi-dragon, wings addorsed, vert, between feet a garb, or. Firmus in Ckristo. comp.

FIRTH, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, a broken battle-axe, head in bend sinister.

FIRTH, Chesh., on a mount, vert, a griffin, pas- sant, sa. in front of a hurst of six trees, ppr. Deus incrementum dabit.

FISCHE, out of a cloud, in dexter hand, gloved, a terrestrial globe. comp.

FISCHER, a lion, passant, tail extended, gu.

FISH, a tiger's head, erased, erm., maned and tusked, or.

FISH, Middx., on a rock, ppr., a stork, erm., beaked and legged, gu., charged on breast with an increscent, of the last.

FISHACRE, Devons., issuing from a cloud, in dexter hand, in fess, ppr., a ball, sa.

FISHBORNE, Lond. and Middx., a lion's head, ar., collared, sa., charged with three fleurs- de-lis, of the first. comp.

FISHER, a demi-wild boar, regardant, pierced in breast by a spear, end in mouth.

see plates and

FISHER, Middx., a demi-lion, rampant, gar- dant, holding a carved shield of arms, the" carving or.

FISHER, a derni-lion, rampant, gu., between paws a laurel-branch, ppr.

FISHER, Wilts., a demi-stag, collared and lined.

comp.

FISHER, Staffs., a demi-lion, rampant, gu., be- tween paws an anchor, az. Spe et amore.

FISHER, Sco., an anchor, cabled, ppr. Spe et amore.

FISHER, out of a ducal coronet, a demi-lion,

FIS

rampant, between paws a gauntlet. Virtu- tern extendere fac.

FISHER, Kent, on a branch, couped and raguly, in fess, sprouting a branch at each end, a peacock in pride, all ppr.

FISHER, Iri., a pelican's head, erased, ppr., vulning, gu.

FISHER, on a branch, trunked and raguly, in fess, sprouting from dexter a honeysuckle, a kingfisher, all ppr., in beak a fish, or.

FISHER, Sco., a garvie, naiant.

FISHER, Warw., a talbot's head, erased, ar., collared and eared, gu.

FISHER, on a bezant, charged with three bars, in fess, between bulrushes, ppr., a king- fisher, wings addorsed, in beak a fish.

comp.

FISHER, Northamp., a demi-sea-dbg, rampant, or.

FISHER, Warw., a cubit arm, erect, on hand a glove, holding a falcon, tasselled, all of the first.

FISHER, Lond. and Derbs., a kingfisher, ppr., in beak a fish, or. comp.

FISHER, Leic., a kingfisher, ppr., in dexter a fleur-de-lis, sa.

FISHER, on stump of tree, coup ed and eradi- cated, a kingfisher, all ppr.

FISHER, an eagle, displayed, sa., charged on breast with a cross, ar. comp.

FISHERWICK, Baron. See DONEGAL, Marquess of.

FISKE, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, a rein- deer's head. -

FISKE, Suff., a triangle, erected, sa., on vertex an etoile, ppr.

FITCH, Kent and Ess., a leopard's head, ca- bossed, or, across mouth a sword, ppr., hilted, gu. comp.

FITCH, Ess., a leopard, passant, ppr., sustain- ing an escutcheon, vert, charged with a leo- pard's head, or. comp.

FITCH, Ess., two swords, in saltier, gu., enfiled with a leopard's head, cabossed, or.

FITCHET, Eng., a cubit arm, in hand a dagger, ppr.

FITCHETT, Eng., a lion, rampant, ducally crowned, or. I

FITHIE, Sco., a stork's head, erased, ar. .

FITHIER, Eng., a martlet, volant, sa., winged, or. I

FITHIER, an angel, dexter on breast, sinister pointing to heaven. comp.

FITON, a demi-moor, shooting an arrow from a bow, ppr.

FITTER, an antelope's head, erased, ar.

FITTON, Heref., Chesh., and Lane., on a cha- peau, a wyvern, sans legs, wings expanded.

. II

FITTON, Chesh., on a chapeau, az., turned up, erm., a lily, ppr., stalked and leaved, vert.

FITTZ, two elephants' probosces, erect.

FITZ, Devons , an escallop, ar, charged with a centaur, gu. see plates and

FITZ- ALAN, Suss, and Salop, on a mount, vert, a horse, passant, ar., in mouth an oak- branch, ppr. see plate

FITZ-ALLAN, or FITZ-ALIN, Salop, a spear, broken in three pieces, one in pale, and two in saltier, ppr., banded, gu.

FIT/.-ALLEN, Eng., a sword, in pale, between two laurel-branches, in oiie, ppr.

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PIT

FITZ-ALLEN, a dexter arm, ppr., vested, gu., in hand a mill-rind, or.

FITZ-AMOND, out of a ducal coronet, or, two wings addorsed, ppr.

FITZ-BARNARD, Eng., a peacock, issuant, az.

FITZ-BARNARD, and FITZ-BERNARD, a cup, or.

- J o

FiTZ-ELLis, Eng., within a crescent, ar., an arrow, in pale, point upward, ppr. i

FiTZ-EusTACE, on a chapeau, ppr., a cockatrice, sejant, gu. see plate

FITZ-GEFFREY, Beds, and Northamp., out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-bull, rampant, sa., armed, gold. see plate

FITZ-GEOFFRY, a fox, current, ppr.

FlTZ-GERALD, Bart., Iri., a boar, passant, gu., armed and bristled, or. Shanet a Boo.

. II

FITZGERALD and VESCI, Baron (Vesey-Fitz- gerald) : (i.) For Fitzgerald, a soldier fully equipped, on horseback, at full speed, and holding a sword, erect, ppr. . (.) For Vesey, in dexter hand, in armour, a laurel- branch, ppr. Shanet a Boo.

FITZGERALD, Suff. and Northamp., a monkey, passant, gardant, sa., collared, and chained round the body, or.

FITZGERALD of Furlough Park, co. Mayo, a boar, passant. Honor probataque virtus.

. ii

FITZGERALD, PETER, Knight of Kerry, an armed knight on horseback, all ppr. Mal- lakar a Boo.

FITZGERALD of Adelphi, Clare, on a chapeau, a boar, passant. Shanet a Boo.

FITZGERALD, JUDKIN-, Bart., of Lisheen, Iri., a chevalier, in complete armour, on horse- back, at full speed, sword drawn, and beaver up, all ppr. II

FITZGILBERT, in hand a fleur-de-lis, all ppr.

. I

FITZ-HAMON, in dexter hand a tilting-spear, in bend, ppr.

FITZ-HARBERT, Eng., a salamander, or, in flames, gu.

FITZHARDINGE, Earl Berkeley. See BERKELEY.

FITZ-HARRIS, a hedgehog, passant, ppr.

FiTZ-H ARRIS, an eagle, displayed, sa., imperially crowned, or, in dexter a sceptre, in sinister a mound and cross. see plate

FITZ-HARRY, Eng., a bear's head, erased, ppr., muzzled, gu.

FITZ-HENRY, Eng., a wyvern, vomiting fire at both ends. I o

FITZ-HERBERT, Derbs. and Staffs., a cubit arm, in armour, erect, the hand appearing clenched within a gauntlet, all ppr. Ung je serviray.

FITZ-HERBERT, Derbs. and Oxon., a gauntlet, erect, ppr. -

FITZ-HERBERT of Norbury, Derbs., a dexter arm, armed and gauntleted, ppr. Ung je serviray.

FITZ-HERBERT. See BARON ST. HELENS.

FITZ-HEWE, or FiTZ-HuGH, Bucks., a Cornish chough, ppr.

FITZHUGH of Plas Power, Wei., a martlet, ppr. In moderation placing all my glory.

FiTZ-HuGH, Yorks. and Oxon., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a wyvern, sans legs, wings expanded, ar. - * l

FIT i

FiTZ-HuGH, on a chapeau, crimson, turned up, erm., a demi-griffin, segreant, ar. see plate

FITZ-HUMFREY, or HUMPHREY, Ess., a dragon's head, vert, in mouth a hand, gu.

FITZ-JAMES, a dolphin, ar., devouring the top of an antique cap, az., turned up, erm.

see plate

FITZ-JAMES, a buffalo, passant.

FITZ-JOHN, Line., on a chapeau, a salamander in flames, ppr.

FITZ- JOHN, a demi-lion, rampant.

FiTZ-JoHN, Iri., in dexter hand an olive- branch, ppr. comp.

FITZ-LEWIS, Ess., a bull, statant, per pale, or and purp., hoofed and armed, sa. see plate

FITZ-MARMADUKE, Eng., a Catherine wheel, ar. - J

FiTZ-MAURiCE, Iri., a Sagittarius, shooting an arrow from a bow, ppr. Virtute, non verbis.

- FiTZ-MAURiCE, Marquess of Lansdowne. See

LANSDOWNE.

FITZ-MAURICE, Iri., in two hands a sword, in pale, ppr.

FITZMAURICE, Earl of Orkney. See ORKNEY. FITZMORE, a parrot, issuant. see plate

FiTZ-NEEL, Bucks., on a chapeau, ppr., a

cinquefoil, or.

FiTZ-OsBERN, and FiTZ-OsBERNE, a demi-eagle,

displayed, with two heads, az. comp.

FITZ-OSBERT, a demi-dragon, vert.

FiTZ-OsBORN, two arms, in armour, embowed,

or, wielding a battle-axe, ar.

FiTZ-OsBORN, a spear-head, az.

FiTZ-OuRSE, an anchor and cable, sa., and a

sword, az., hilt, or, in saltier.

FITZPAINE, a lion, passant. I

FITZPATRICK, Iri., a dragon, vert, surmounted

by a lion, sa., tail extended. Fortis sub

forte. see plate

FiTZ-PEN, Cornw., a bee, volant, erect, or,

winged, vert. .

FiTZ-PiERS, Eng., a bell, az. I

FlTZ-POMEROY, around two hunting-spears, in

pale, a serpent entwined, ppr. s".e plate no

FiTZ-RALPH, Eng., a square padlock, az.

FiTZ-RAUSE, on a mount, vert, a hind, statant,

ppr.

FITZ-RAYNARD, and RAYNOLD, Eng., two

wings, conjoined, ppr.

FITZ-RICHARD, two dolphins, haurient, ad-

dorsed, ppr.

FITZ-ROANE, same crest.

FiTZ-RoGER, an eagle's leg, erased, ar.

comp.

FITZ-RONARD, a dove, standing on a serpent, no wed in a love-knot, ppr. no.

FiTZ-RoY, Duke of Grafton. See GRAFTON. FITZ-ROY. See Baron SOUTHAMPTON. FiTZ-SiMMONS, Eng., an eagle, wings expanded,

looking towards the sun, all ppr. FlTZ-SiMON, a griffin's head, in beak a palm- branch, between wings, all ppr. comp. FiTZ-SiMONS, Iri., a boar, passant, regardant, pulling from shoulder an arrow, see plate FlTZ-SYMON, Iri., a demi-parrot, close, vert, gorged with a collar, gu., beaked, of the last.

FITZ-SYMON, Eng., a dexter and sinister hand wielding a two-handed sword, ppr. FITZ-SYMOND, Eng., issuing from a cloud, in

hand a club, all ppr.

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FLB

FITZ-THOMAS, Ess., a dragon's head, pierced

through neck by a spear, in bend sinister,

ppr.

FITZ-THOMAS, Iri., out of a ducal coronet, or,

a sceptre, environed by a serpent, between

wings, ppr. III.

FITZ-URSE, out of top of a tower, an arm, in

armour, in hand a scimitar, all ppr.

comp. II

FITZ-VRIAN, two battle-axes, in saltier, gu.,

between tops a bird, sa. comp.

FITZ-WALTER, a winged heart, ppr. n

FITZ-WALTER, Eng., a heart, gu., winged, or.

. ii

FITZ-WARREN, Somers., a holy lamb, regard- ant, ppr., with banner, sa. see plate FiTZ-WARYN, a wyvern, wings expanded, gu.

FITZ- WATER, Eng., a lion, rampant, or. FITZ-WATER, Eng., issuing from a cloud, in hand a club, ppr.

FiTZ-WiGHT, on a chapeau, ppr., a lion, pas- sant, gardant. see plate FITZ- WILLIAM, Line., out of a ducal coronet, or, a double plume of ostrich-feathers, ar.

FITZ- WILLIAM, Earl, Viscount Milton (Went-

worth-Fitzwilliam), out of a ducal coronet,

or, a triple plume of ostrich-feathers, ar.

Appetitus rationi par eat.

FITZ-WILLIAM, Surr., a tiger, passant, sa.,

ducally gorged and lined, ar. comp.

FITZ- WILLIAM, a trefoil, stalked, raguly, and

slipped, ar.

FITZ- WILLIAM, Eng., a phoenix, az., beaked,

or, in flames, gu.

FITZ-WYGRAM, Bart., Ess., on a mount, vert, a

hand, in armour, couped at wrist, in fess,

ppr., charged with an escallop, and holding

a fleur-de-lis, erect, or. Dulcis amor patriot.

FiTZ-ZiMON, or ZYMON, a monkey, ppr., banded

about middle.

FLACKE, a covered cup. comp. i

FLAMANK, and FLAMOCK, Cornw., a Saracen's

head, ppr., banded, or.

FLAMSTED, Northamp., a talbot's head, ar.,

erased, gu., eared and gorged with a bar-

gemelle, or.

FLAMVILE, Leic., two battle-axes, addorsed, in

saltier, ensigned by a dove, all ppr.

comp.

FLANAGAN, Iri., in lion's paw a crescent.

FLANAGAN, Iri., in hand a dagger. Audaces

fortuna juvat.

FLANDERS, Eng., a harp, gu.

FLASHMAN, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, two

arms, in saltier, in each hand a scimitar, in

pale, all ppr.

FLATTESBURY, Eng., on a mural coronet, or, a

stag, sejant, erm.

FLAXNEY, Oxon., on a mount, vert, a talbot,

sa., collared and lined, or, end of line tied

in a knot. comp.

FLEEMING, Sco., a palm-tree, ppr. Subpondere

cresco. . I

FLEEMING, Sco., a goat's head, erased, ar.,

armed and collared, az., the last charged

with three cinquefoils, ar. Let the deed

shaw. see plate

FLEEMING, Sco., on a mural coronet, or, a stag,

sejant, erm.

FLEEMING, Staffs., on a mount, vert, a cross

FLB

pattee, fitched, or, thereon perched a Cornish

chough, ppr.

FLEEMING, a goat's head, erased, ppr. FLEEMING of Moness, a goat's head, erased, ar.,

horned, or. Let the deed shaiv.

FLEET, Lond.. a sinister arm, embowed, vested,

sa., puffed, ar., in hand, ppr., a club, of the

second. comp.

FLEET, a goat, in mouth a trefoil, ppr. FLEETE, Lond., a sea-lion, gardant, erect,

upper part, or, holding an escallop, gu.,

lower part, az. see plate

FLEET WOOD, Eng., a wolf, passant, regardant,

ar., vulned in shoulder, ppr.

FLEETWOOD, HESKETH-, Bart., of Rossall Hall,

Lane. : (i.) For Fleetwood, a wolf, regardant,

ar., charged on breast with a trefoil, vert.

comp. . (.) For Hesketh, a garb,

erect, or, in front of an eagle, displayed,

with two heads, ppr. Quod tibi, hoc alteri. FLEGG, two lions' gambs, in saltier, sa., enfiled

with laurel, in orle, vert. comp.

FLEMING, Bart., Westm., a serpent, nowed, in

mouth a garland of olives and vines, all ppr.

Pax, copia, sapientia. Iio. I

FLEMING, Iri., a demi-lion, rsdmpant, ducally

gorged.

FLEMING, Hants., an eagle, displayed, sa.

beaked, legged, and ducally gorged, or.

see plate FLEMING, Eng., in hand, gauntleted, a sword,

PP r - -

FLEMING, a snake, ppr. in.

FLEMING of Cumbernauld, Dumb., a goat's head, erased, ar., armed, or. Let the deed shaw. -

FLEMMING, Lond., a goat's head. Cave lupum.

-

FLEMMING, Middx., a goat's head.

FLEMMTNG, Eng., a goat's head, erased, ar., armed, or, collared, az., charged with three tin quef oils, of the first. Let the deed shaw.

see plate

FLEMYNG, Eng., and FLEMYNGE, Sco., a hand, issuant, plucking a rose.

FLESHER, Eng., a squirrel, sejant, per fess, or and gu.

FLETCHER, Bart, Cumb., a horse's head, ar., charged with a trefoil, gu. Martis non cu- pidinis. comp.

FLETCHER, Bart., Iri., out of a mural coronet, or, a horse's head, erm., gorged with a wreath of laurel, vert.

FLETCHER, Suss., a talbot, passant, ar., pellet- tee.

FLETCHER, Lond. and Oxon., a fleur-de-lis, seme'e of roundles.

FLETCHER, Wore, and Derbs., a horse's head, ar., erased, sa., gorged with a collar of the second, charged with pheons, points down- ward, in mouth a rose, gu., slipped and leaved, ppr. Sub cruce solus.

FLETCHER of Corsock, Kirkcud. , a horse's head, ar. Martis non cupidinis. I

FLETCHER, Glouc., a demi-bloodhound, az., langued, gu., ducally gorged, or. Dieupour nous.

FLETCHER, Sco., a demi-lion, az., in dexter a cross crosslet, fitched, gu. Libertate ex- tinctd, nuila virtus.

FLETCHER, Monm. and Lane., a dexter arm, embowed, encircled above elbow by a wreath





FLO

of yew, ppr., in hand a bow, or, stringed, sa. Spera-ns pergo. comp. i

FLETCHER, Eng. and Sco., a horse's head, erased, ar. i

FLETCHER, Leic. and Warw., a demi-talbot, rampant, az., eared, or. see plate

FLETCHER, Chesh. , a pheon, point upward, per pale, erm. and sa.

FLETCHER, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, in hand an arrow, in fess, behind the arm, an anchor, erect, all ppr.

FLETCHER, two arms shooting an arrow from a bow. Recta pete.

FLETCHER, Sco., a demi-lion, az., in dexter a cross crosslet, fitched, gu. Fortis in arduis.

FLETCHER, Sco. and Iri., out of a ducal coronet, or, a plume of three ostrich -feathers, az., banded, gold. Dieu pour nous.

comp.

FLETCHER, a talbot, sejant. see plate

FLETCHER, Leic. and Warw., a demi-talbot, rampant, or. see plate

FLETCHER, Leic. and Warw.. a demi-talbot, rampant, az., ducally gorged, or.

FLETEWIKES, an arm, embowed, vested and cuffed, ar., in hand, ppr., an arrow, sa., headed and feathered, of the first.

comp.

FLETEWOOD, Eng., an heraldic tiger, sa.

FLETWICK, Beds., two lions' gambs, supporting an escutcheon, ar.

FLEURY, Iri., a lion, passant, in dexter a cres- cent.

FLEXNEY, Eng., a dexter and sinister arm shooting an arrow from bow, ppr.

FLIGHT, a savage'shead, from shoulders, ducally crowned, and issuant therefrom a long cap, top turned forward.

FLIN, and FLINN, Iri., two dexter hands, con- joined, ppr., attached to the wrists, two wings, or.

FLINN, Dublin, a lion, passant, in dexter a laurel-branch.

FLINT, out of a cloud, az., an etoile, ar.

comp.

FLINT, Sco., an etoile. Sine macula.

FLINT, Eng., a lion's gamb, erect, sa., holding a laurel-branch, ppr.

FLITT, on a mount, a dove, ppr.

FLOCKHART, Sco., on a mount, vert, t-ro harts, one couchant, the other statant, at gaze, ppr.

. II

FLOOD, Iri., a wolf's head, erased, ar. Vis unita fortior.

FLOOD, Devons., a demi-lion, rampant, az., crowned, or, holding a cinquefoil, gold.

sec plate

FLOOD, Eng., a chevalier, on horseback, in complete armour, visor up.

FLOOD, Iri., a heart, crowned, between wings, ppr. I

FLOOD, a chevalier, in armour, on horse, in dexter a tilting-spear.

FLORIO, Eng., the sun, or.

FLOTE, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, a rein- deer's head, ppr. -

FLOUNDERS, Salop and Yorks., a demi-eagle, displayed, vert. Aquila non captat muscas.

FLOWER, Iri. See ASHBROOK, Viscount.

FLOWER, Surr., out of clouds, a cubit arm,

FLO





FOQ

erect, in hand a rose and lily, each slipped, ppr. Flores curat Deus.

FLOWER, Wilts., a unicorn's head, couped, or.

FLOWER, Bart., Oxon., a derm-lion, gorged with a chain, within a collar, gemelle, or, in dexter a gilliflower, ppr. Per sever ando.

see plate

FLOWER, a lion's head, erased, ar., charged with a mullet, gu.

FLOWER, and FLOWRE, Kent, Northamp., and Yorks., a lion's head, erased, sa.

FLOWER, Cambs., a stork, wings elevated, ppr., beaked and legged, gu.

FLOWERDEW, and FLOWERDUE, Eng., in a maunch, an arm, embowed.

FLOYD, Bart., a lion, rampant, regardant, ar., murally crowned, gu., bearing a flag, repre- senting the standard of Tippoo Sultaun, flowing to the sinister, ppr. see plate

FLOYD, Eng., a griffin, sejant, az., in dexter a garland of laurel, ppr.

FLOYER, Devons. and Somers., out of a ducal coronet, in dexter hand a sword, wavy, in pale, all ppr.

FLOYER, Dors., a buck's head, erased, or, in mouth an arrow, ar. Floret virtus vulnerata.

see plate

FLUDD, out of a ducal coronet, or, an ounce's head, ar.

FLUDE, an arm, embowed, in hand a sword, in pale, enfiled with a savage's head, couped, all ppr.

FLUDYER, Eng., an escallop, ar., charged with a cross fleury, sa., between wings, of the first.

FLUDYER, Eng., an escallop, between wings.

FLY, Hants., an arm, in armour, erect, ppr., in gauntlet a hawk's lure, or, stringed, gu.

FLYNT, a human heart, purp., winged, or.

. II

FODON, Staffs., out of a ducal coronet, or, a pike's head, az.

FODRINGAY, Eng., a crane, ar., in mouth a bunch of clover, ppr. see plate

FODRINGHAM, Yorks., a buck, ppr. .

FOGG, and FOGGE, Kent, a unicorn's head, ar.

FOGG, and FOGGE, Kent, a unicorn's head, couped, ar., powdered with mullets, sa.

comp.

FOGGO, or FOGO, Sco., a cherub's head, ppr.

FOGO, Eng., a unicorn's head and neck.

FOKERAM, Berks., a long cross, vert.

FOKKE, in lion's paw, or, a cross pattee, fitched,

gu- . I

FoLBORNE, a sinister hand, couped, in fess.

comp. FOLCY, Wore., a lion, sejant, ar., between paws

a ducal coronet, or. see plate

FOLEBORNE, a branch of fir, vert, fructed, or.

FOLEBORNE, Eng., three holly-leaves, vert, banded, gu. I

FOLET, on a chapeau, ppr., an escallop, or.

comp.

FOLEY, Baron (Foley), a lion, sejant, rampant, or, between paws an escutcheon, charged with the family arms. Ut prosim.

FOLEY, Wore., a lion, sejant, ar., between paws a ducal coronet, or.

FOLEY, Surr., a lion, rampant, ar., holding the

same. FOLEY, Iri., a griffin, segreant, gu., winged,

legged and beaked, or.

FOLIAMB, a stag, attired, gold and ar. IO FOLIAMB, an armed leg, gartered with a wreath,

gold and az., couped at thigh, comp. FOLIAMBE, Staffs., a leg, couped at thigh,

spurred, gold on thigh, a fess, gu.

comp. FOLIOT, and FOLIOTT, a battle-axe, ppr. Hope

to come.

FOLJAMBE, Yorks., an armed leg, couped at

thigh, spurred, gold.

FOLKARD, Suss., out of a ducal coronet, a

demi-swan, wings expanded. Sicjideni teneo.

FOLKENORTH, an ostrich, in mouth a broken tilting-spear. see plate

FOLKES, Middx., a dexter arm, erect, vested, cuff turned up, erm., in hand a spear, ppr.

FOLKES, Norf., a dexter arm, embowed, vested, cuffed, erm., in hand a spear, ppr. Qui sera sera and Principiis obsta.

FOLLER, a garb, or.

FOLLET, FOLLETT, and FOLLOTT, a wolf, pas- sant, regardant, transfixed by an arrow.

see plate

FOLLETT, Devons., a demi-griffin, segreant. Quo virtus ducit scando.

FOLLIOT, and FOLLIOTT, on a chapeau, ppr., a wy vern, sejant, vert. see plate

FOLMAN, Eng., a wolf, current. I

FOLSHURST, Chesh., a unicorn's head, couped, or.

FOLTON : (i.) On a ducal coronet, a pair of wings, or and ar. . (.) A stag, lodged, gu., ducally gorged and lined, or, attired, vert, at top of each branch a bezant.

see plate

FOLVILL, Chesh., a garb, banded.

FOLVILL, and FOLLEVILLE, a griffin's head, erased, in beak a sword, ppr, .

FONCE, a demi-lion, rampant, ducally gorged, between wings. see plate

FONCEUX, a demi-lioness, ppr.

FONDRE, a moor's head, ppr.

FONNEREAU, Lond. and Middx., the sun, or.

FONNEREAU, Eng., a lion, rampant, supporting a garb, ppr.

FONTAIN, and FONTAINE, a raven's nest, with young birds, ppr.

FONTAIN, andFoNTAiNE, an eagle's head, erased, ppr.

FOORD, Eng., a flag, displayed, gu.

FOOT of Carrigacunna, Iri., a pelican in nest, feeding her young, ppr. Virescit vulnere, virtus. -

FOOT, Eng., a demi-griffin, regardant, gu., winged, or, holding a flag, displayed, of the first, charged with a crescent, ar.

comp. and

FOOTE, Iri., a greyhound's head, collared, gu.

FOOTE, Kent, a lion's head, erased, ar. Pede- tentim. -

FOOTE, Eng., an arm, erect, vested, sa., cuffed, ar., in hand, ppr., a trefoil.

FOQUETT, Eng., a horse's head, ar., in mail, az., bridled, or, on head a plume of ostrich- feathers, of the first. II

FOB





FOB

FORBES, Lord, and Bart., Sco., a stag's head, ppr. Grace me guide.

FORBES, Bart., of Craigievar, Sco., a cock, ppr. Watch and pray.

FORBES, Bart., of Pitsligo, Sqo.: (i.) A heart, between wings. . (. ) Out of a baron's coronet, in hand a scimitar, all ppr. (.) A dexter arm, in hand a sword. Nee timide, nee temere. .

FORBES, Bart., of Edinglassie, Sco., a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., garnished, or, in hand a Highland broadsword, also ppr. Nee timide, nee temere and Altius ibunt qui ad summa nituntur.

FORBES of Kingerlock, Argyle, a stag's head, attired, ppr. Solus inter plurimos.

FORBES of Balgownie, Aberdeen, a cock, ppr. Watch.

FORBES, Earl of Granard. See GRANARD.

FORBES, Sco., a griffin's head, erased.

FORBES, Sco., a dexter band holding a battle- axe, ppr. Solus mea Christus and Dinna waken sleepirf dogs.

FORBES, Sco., the sun in splendour. Spero.

FORBES, Sco., in hand a dagger, in pale, ppr. Spero.

FORBES of Jolly-how, a stag's head, erased, ppr. Solus per Christum.

FORBES of Newe, an arm, in armour, in hand a broadsword, ppr. Non temere.

FORBES of Brux, an eagle's head, erased, ppr. Nee mons nee substrahit aer.

FORBES, an eagle, displayed, ppr. Spernit humum.

FORBES of Corsindae, a bear's head. Spe ex- pecto.

FORBES of Foveran, a cross pattee, ar. Solus per Christum.

FORBES of Polquhor, a stag's head, attired, with ten tynes, ppr. Solus per Christum.

. II

FORBES of Pitscottie, Sco. (now represented by J. R. Coulthart, Esq. see COULTHART) Out of a ducal coronet, a dexter arm, in armour, holding a scimitar, ppr. Scienter utor. .

FORBES of Corse, a wreath or crown of thorns. Rosas coronat spina.

FORBES of Watertown, an eagle, displayed, sa. Virtuti inimica quies.

FORBES of Colecden, an eagle, displayed, or. Solus per Christum.

FORBES of Balling, a skean, piercing a man's heart, ppr. Non dcest spes. I

FORBES of Robslaw, a dove, ppr. Virtute cresco.

. II

FORBES of Echt, a sand-glass, ppr. Fugit hora.

- i FORBES of Allford, Eng., in hand, out of a

cloud, an anchor, ppr. Non deest spes.

FORBES of Monymusk, Bart., a man's heart,

ppr., winged, or. Spe expccto. n

FORBES of Ardo, a stag's head, couped, gu.,

attired, ar. Cura et candore.

FORBES of Auchreddy, a sword, in bend, ppr.

Scieniter utor. .

FORBES of Ballogie, a sheaf of arrows, ppr.

Concordia prcesto.

FORBES of Milbuy, a bear's head, muzzled.

Virtute, nonfei'ocia.

FORBES of Culloden, an eagle, rising. Solus per Christum or Spernit humum.

FORBES, a greyhound, passant, ppr. Delectatio.

FORBES, LEITH-, of Whitehaugh, Aberdeens. : (I.) A pelican, vulning, ppr. I die for those I love. . (.) A stag's head. Solus per Christum. '. II. (.) A dove and olive-branch, ppr. Fidus ad extremum.

.

FORBISHER, on a chapeau, the sun in splendour.

FORBS, a bear's head, muzzled.

FORCER, Durh., a fox, sejant, ppr., pierced by an arrow, or, feathered, ar.

FORD of Ellell Hall, Lane., a lion, rampant, bearing a coronet. Excitat.

FORD of Abbeyfield, Chesh., a lion's head, erased, az.

FORD, Bart., Sum, a greyhound's head, sa., erased, gu., muzzled, or. Omnium rerum vicissitudo.

FORD, Eng., agreyhound'shead, erased, ar.

FORD, a greyhound's head, issuant, ppr.

FORD, Sco., a demi- grey hound, ar. Fortis in arduis.

FORD, a demi-lion, rampant.

FORD, a demi-lion, rampant, crowned, or.

comp.

FORD, a lion, rampant.

FORD, Glouc., Kent, and Suff., out of a naval coronet, a bear's head, sa., muzzled.

FORD AM, and FORDHAM, on a mount, vert, a peacock, ppr. comp.

FORDE, a tiger, sejant, ppr.

FORDE, IrL, a greyhound's head, issuant, sa.

FORDE of Seaford, co. Down, a martlet, or. Incorrupta fides nudaque reritas.

FORDER, Surr., a hawthorn-tree, vert.

FORDYCE, Sco., a camel's head, couped at neck, ppr. Persevere.

FORDYCE, Sco., an eagle, volant, ppr.

FORDYCE, DINGWALL-, of Brucklay Castle, Aberdeens.: ( I.) An eagle, displayed. . (.) A stag, couchant. Altius ibunt qui ad summa nituntur and In arduis fortis.

So.

FORDYCE, a stag, lodged, ppr. In arduis fortis.

FOREMAN, and FORM AN, Sco., in hand a scimi- tar, ppr. True to the end.

FORESIGHT, Sco., two wings, expanded, ppr. Sum quod sum.

FOREST, Eng., a grenade, fired, ppr.

FOREST, a squirrel, sejant, cracking a nut, ppr.

FORESTER, Baron (Weld-Forester) : ( i . ) For Forester, a talbot, passant, ar., collared, sa., and line reflexed, or. . (.) For Weld, a wyvern, sa., guttee-d'or, collared, and in- terior of the wings, of the last. Semper eadem. comp.

FORESTER, a talbot, passant, ar., collared and chained, or. .

FORESTER, a marigold, slipped and leaved, PP^ -

FORICAN, Eng., an elephant's head, erased, sa., eared and armed, ar.

FORINGTON, a dragon, sans wings, tail ex- tended.

FORKINGTON, a demi-greyhound, sa., collared, or.

FOR





FOS

FORMAN, Lond. and Leic., a demi-dragon, vert.

FORMAN, Eng., a demi-griffin, holding a ducal

coronet. see plate

FORMBY, a dove, ppr. Semper fidelis. II FORNERS, and FORNEYS, a wheel, az. FORREST, Bart. , on 'a mount, vert, an oak-tree,

ppr. Vivant dum virent.

FORREST, Eng. and Sco., an oak-tree, ppr.,

Vivant dum virent.

FORREST, Sco., in hand, couped, in fess, a cross

crosslet, fitched. II

FORRESTER, Eng., a fountain, ppr. i FORRESTER, Baron, Sco. See VERULAM, Earl

of. FORRESTER, Sco., a hunting-horn. Mow, hunter,

the horn. i.

FORRESTER, a stag's head, erased.

FORRESTER, Sco., a lily, growing through a

thorn-bush, ppr. Spernit pericula virtus.

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FORRESTER, a talbot, statant, ar., collared, lined and ringed, or. comp. .

FORRESTER, Sco., a greyhound, in a leash, ppr. Recreation. see plate

FORRESTER, Sco., in dexter hand a hunting- horn, ppr. It is good to be blown.

FORREST-OGLE, a hunting-horn, sa., stringed, gu. / hope. I.

FORSAN, Eng., a griffin's head.

FORSER, Durh., a fox, sejant, ppr., wounded in neck by an arrow, or, feathered, ar.

FORSET, and FORSETT, Middx., a demi-lion, sa., supporting a column, gobony, ar. and gu., the capital and base, or.

FORSHAM, a talbot's head, ar., eared and spot- ted, gu. and sa.

FORSTER, Lond., a buck, sa., attired, or.

FORSTER, an arm, embowed, vested, sa., charged with a pheon, or, between two be- zants, in hand a bow and arrow, ar.

FORSTER, Lond., a dexter arm, in armour, em- bowed, ar., purfled and braced, or, round the arm, a sash, vert, in hand, ppr., an arrow, of the third, broken off at the head, barbed, of the second. comp.

FORSTER, Middx. and Suss., a stag at gaze, sa., attired, or. Si. IO

FORSTER, Eng., an arm, in armour, ppr., in hand a broken tilting-spear, or.

FORSTER, Northumb., a stag, sa., attired and guttee, or. .

FORSTER, Suss., a talbot's head, erased, or, collared and ringed, gu.

FORSTER, Northumb., a buck, trippant, ppr.

- FORSTER, Salop, a talbot, passant, ar., collared

and lined, or, the line nowed at the end.

FORSTER, Berks., Somers., and Warw., a hind's

head, gu., ducally gorged and lined, or.

FORSTER, Berks., a stag, regardant, gu.,

charged with a martlet, or, pierced through

neck by an arrow, az. comp. .

FORSTER, Iri., a heart, pierced by a sword in

bend sinister, point downward. i

FORSTER, Suss, and Wore., a stag's head,

erased, ar., attired, or, gorged with a collar

and line, gold.

FORSTEI:, Suff. and Warw., a stag's head,

erased.

FORSTER, out of a ducal coronet, or, a stag's head. I

FORSTER, a demi-boar, az., armed and crined, or.

FORSYTH, Eng., a cup, gu.

FORSYTH, Sco., a demi-griffin, vert. Instaura- tor ruince.

FORSYTHE, Sco., a demi-griffin, vert, armed and ducally crowned, or.

FORT, or FORTE, Eng., a cock, gu., in beak a daisy, ppr. comp.

FORT, or FORTE, on a rock, a tower, ppr. Inest .dementia forti.

FORT, on a mount, vert, a lion, sejant, gar- dan t, pellettee, collared, gu., in dexter a cross crosslet, fitched, of the last, see plate

FORTEATH of Newton House, Elgin, a buck's head, erased, ppr. Tarn animo quam mente sublimis.

FORTESCDE, Baron, Eng., a plain shield, ar. Forte scutum solus ducum.

FORTESCUE of Fallapit, Devons., a tiger, pas- sant, ar., armed and maned, or. Forte scutum salvs ducum.

FORTESCUE, Earl, an heraldic tiger, supporting with dexter a plain shield, ar. Forte scutum solus ducum. see plate

FORTESCUE, Devons. , an escutcheon, ar.

FORTESCUE, Eng., a tiger, passant, ar., maned, armed, and tufted, or.

FORTESCUE, Ess. and Iri,, a leopard, passant, gardant, ppr. n.

FORTH, Suff., a bear's head, erased, sa., muz- zled, or.

FORTH, Lond., a hind's head, couped, vert, guttee, collared and lined, or.

FORTIBUS, DE, Eng., an escarbuncle, or.

FORTISCUE, a leopard, passant, resting dexter on a plain shield. comp.

FORTRYE, a lion, rampant, holding a tilting- spear, ppr. see plate

FORTUN, Sco., a dolphin, haurient, az. Ditat Deus.

FORTUNE, Eng., a demi-lion, gardant, az., in dexter a battle-axe, or.

FORTUNE, Sco., on a chapeau, a stag, trippant, ppr.

FORTY, Eng., on a ducal coronet, a mullet, be- tween two branches of laurel, in orle, ppr.

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FORTY, Eng., in lion's paw, erased, sa., a cross pattee, fitched, gu. I

FOSBROKE, and FOSBROOKE, Lond. and Derbs., two bears' gambs, sa., supporting a spear, erect, ppr.

FOSCOTT, and FOXCOTE, a dove and olive- branch, ppr. .

FOSK.ETT, a broken spear, in pale, the end hanging in bend.

FOSKETT, Herts., an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a cross-bow.

Foss, Eng., a thistle and rose-branch, in sal- tier, ppr.

FOSTER, Bart., Iri., an arm, in armour, em- bowed, grasping the butt end of a broken spear, all ppr.

FOSTER, out of a mural coronet, a buck's head, ppr., attired, or, in mouth an arrow, of the first.

FOSTER of Kempstone, Beds., an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a broken lilt'ng- spear. Si fractus fortis.

FOS

FOW

FOSTER, Viscount Ferrard. See FERRARD. FOSTER, Y orks. , an elephant, ppr. Vix ea nostro

voco.

FOSTER, Bart., Norwich, a stag, ppr., resting

dexter on an escutcheon, gu. , charged with

a tower, ar.

FOSTER, a stag's head. Redde diem. FOSTER, a lion's head, erased, or, collared, gu.

FOSTER, a stag's head, attired, or. _ . FOSTER, Bart., Iri., a stag, ppr. Gloria divina

patria. .

FOSTER, "Wore., an antelope's head, erased, ar.,

attired, armed, and collared, or, from the

front of the collar a line and ring flowing,

gold. see plate

FOSTER, Berks., a stag's head, erased, ppr.

S-

FOSTER, a stag, trippant, ppr.

FOSTER, HILL- : (i.) For Foster, an arm, in ar- mour, embowed, in hand, a spear, all ppr. comp.. (.) For Hill, a talbot's head, erased, or, collared, gu.

FOSTON, Eng., a gate, az.

FOTHERBY, Kent and Line., a falcon, wings expanded, ppr., beaked, and* in mouth an acorn, or, leaved, ppr.

comp. and .

FOTHERGILL, Aberdare, Glamorg., a talbot, passant, collared. l.

FOTHERGILL, on a rock, a lion, rampant, ppr., collared and chained, or, in dexter an arrow, sa.

FOTHERGILL, a stag, ppr.

FOTHERINGHAM, a pelican, vulning, feeding her young in a nest.

FOTHERINGHAM, a griffin's head, erased, ppr. Be it fast.

FOTHERINGHAM, a griffin, sejant. Be it fast.

FOTHERINGHAM, Sco., a griffin's head, sa.

FOTHERLEY, a lion's gamb, erased, or, grasping a wolf's head, erased, ar.

FOUK, Eng., a cross patt^e, erm.

FOULER, Sco., a stag's head, erased, gu., armed, ar.

FOULERTON, Eng., a Cornish chough, sa.

FOULIS, Bart., Yorks., a cross, fitched, sa.

FOULIS, Bart., Sco., in dexter hand, in fess, couped at wrist, a sword in pale, supporting a wreath of laurel, all ppr. Mente manuque prcesto and Non deficit and Thure ct jure.

FOULIS, Sco., a flower-pot, with branch of laurel springing.

FOULIS, Yorks., in a crescent, ar., a cross formee, of the same. -

FOULIS, Sco., a dove, in mouth an olive-leaf, ppr. Pax. .

FOULIS of Ravelston, Sco., a dove, volant, in mouth a leaf, ppr. Thure etjure.

FOULKE, Wore., a squirrel, sejant, bezante'e, collared, or, holding an acorn-branch, vert, fructed, of the second. comp. IO

FOULKES, Eng., a lion's head, erased and col- lared.

FOULKES, Eng., a boar's head, couped, in fess.

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FOULKS, out of a tower, ar., a demi-eagleu sa., beaked, or, in mouth a fleur-de lis, gu.

FOULLER, a greyhound's head, sa,, collared, or.

FOULSHURST, Ches. and Lane., a unicorn's

head, erminois, attired, or.

FOUNDER, and FOUNDOWRE, out of a ducal

coronet, a griffin's head, between wings, ppr.

FOUNTAIN, Devons., an eagle's head, erased, in beak a snake.

FOUNTAIN of Lochhill, Sco., an eagle, rising, ppr. Prceclarius quo difficilius.

FOUNTAINS, Norf., an elephant, ppr. Vix ea nostra voco.

FOUNTAYNE, Yorks. and Bucks., an elephant's head, couped, or, armed, ar.

FOUNTBERY, a cross patte"e, ar., environed by a snake, vert.

FOURACRE, a demi-griffin, or, between paws an escallop, gu. see plate

FOURBINS, Eng., a sheaf of arrows, ppr., banded, gu.

FOURDRINIER, Eng., on a chapeau, a unicorn's head, ppr.

FOURNIER, Eng., a martlet.

FOVELL, Chesh., a garb, banded.

FOWBERY, Yorks. and Durh., a stag's head, ar., attired, or, charged on neck with three trefoils, vert. comp.

FOWBERY, Hunts., a stag's head, ar., attired, or, charged on neck with three trefoils, slip- ped, vert, one and two, in mouth a rose, gu., stalked and leaved, vert.

FOWELL, Devons., out of a mural coronet, an antelope's head, ar., attired, gu. see plate

FOWELL, a griffin's head, erased, ar., pierced through breast by an arrow, ppr.

FOWKE, Bart., Leic., a dexter arm, embowed, vested, vert, cuffed, ar., in hand, ppr., an arrow, or, barbed and flighted, of the second, point downward.

FOWKE, an Indian goat's head, erased, ar.

FOWKE. Iri., an arm, couped at shoulder, em- bowed, in hand a spear, ppr.

FOWKES, Eng., a golden fleece, ppr. -

FOWKROY, in lion's gamb, an ostrich-feather, ppr.

FOWLE, Kent and Suss., a griffin's head, erased, ar., pierced through neck by an arrow, gu., barbed, of the first, vulned, of the second.

FOWLE, Suss, and Wilts., out of a ducal coro- net, or, an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., garnished, gold, in hand a battle-axe of the

FOWLE, Norf., an antelope's head, pierced by

an arrow. see plate

FOWLER, Staffs., a cubit arm, vested, az., in

hand, ppr., a hawk's lure, vert. FOWLER, Beds., an owl, ar., ducally crowned,

gu. comp.

FOWLER, Surr., an owl, ar., ducally crowned,

or. comp.

FOWLER, Sco., on a chapeau, an owl, rising,

gardant, ppr.

FOWLER, a stork, ar., membered, gu., in bill

a cross formde, fitched, or. FOWLER, Glouc. and Sco., an ostrich's head, or,

between wings, ar., in beak a horse-shoe, az.

FOWLES, Eng., a stag's head, couped, sa. FOWLES, between the horns of a crescent, ar.,

a cross pattee, fitched, sa. -

FOW

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FRA

FOWLIS, a sword, in pale, on point a garland.

FOWLIS, a dove and olive-branch, ppr. FOWNE, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand

a fleur-de-lis.

FOWNES, Eng., a hawk, in dexter an ear of

wheat, ppr.

FOWNES, Iri., a unicorn's head, erased, gu.,

armed and bearded, or.

FOWNES, out of a ducal coronet, a demi-eagle,

wings expanded.

FOWTES, a flower-pot, gu., springing thereout

an olive-branch, ppr.

Fox, Lond., out of a ducal coronet, a grey- hound's head, or. . Fox, a sceptre, between wings. Fox, an eagle, displayed, sa. Fox, Iri., a fox, sejant, ppr. Fox, Iri., a castle, sa., masoned, ar. Fox, on a chapeau, a fox, passant, between

two cross cross] ets.

Fox, a fox, current.

Fox, Lond. and Wilts., on a chapeau, az.,

turned up, erm., a fox, sejant, or. .

Fox, Northamp., a fox, passant, regardant, in

mouth a rose-branch, flowered, of the last,

stalked and leaved, vert.

Fox,' Derb., a fox, passant, az. . II

Fox, Heref., Leic., and Salop, a fox, passant,

gu. ii

Fox, Eng., on a mount, an oak-tree, growing

among grass, ppr.

Fox, Lond. and Yorks., a fox's head, erased,

ppr. . i

Fox, in hand, gu., a mill rind, sa. Fox, Bucks., a lion, sejant, gardant, support- ing with dexter a book, all or. see plate Fox, Durh., on a chapeau, az., turned up, erm.,

a fox, sejant, or. Video et taceo.

Fox, a fox's head, erased, gu., collared and

ringed, or. FOXALL, Lond., a griffin's head, or, erased and

ducally gorged, gu. comp. and

FOXALL, out of a ducal coronet, or, a grey- hound's head, gold. FOXALL, Iri., two hands couped and conjoined,

in fess, supporting a cross crosslet, fitched.

FOXCOTE, a cord, knotted, tasselled, between wings.

FOXE, Iri., a fox, sejant, ppr.

FOXFOKD, Baron. See LIMERICK, Earl of.

FOXLEY, Berks., a hawk's leg, erased, and belled, ppr.

FOX-STRANGWAYS, Earl of Ilchester. See IL-

CHESTER.

FOXTON, a rose, ar., barbed, vert. I

FOX-VASSALL, Baron Holland. See HOLLAND. FOXWELL, Eng., a galley, ppr.

FOXWEST, Lond., a reindeer's head, erased, ppr. FOY, Eng., an eel, ppr. no.

FOYLE, Hants, and Dors., a horse's head, ar.,

crined. gu., gorged with two bars, see plate FOYLE, Hants, and Wilts., a cross crosslet,

fitched, ar., between dragon's wings.

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FOYLER, on a ducal coronet, a fleur-de-lis.

comp.

FOYSTER, a demi-stag, ppr., attired, or, collared with a bar-gemelle, gu., sustaining a bugle- horn, gold.

FRAIGNEAU, Lond., a stork, close, ar., beaked

and membered, gu. , in beak a slip of ash,

ppr. FRAME, Eng., on a mount, an ermine, ppr.

FRAMINGHAM, Eng., a demi-moor, brandishing

a scimitar, and therewith attacking a tiger,

issuing on the sinister side.

FRAMPTON, Dors., a greyhound, sejant, ar.,

collared and winged, gu.

FRAMPTON, out of a mural coronet, a demi-

griflfin, holding between claws a mullet.

see plate FRAMYNGHAM, Suff., a camel's head, erased,

az., bezante'e. comp.

FRANCE, Eng., a stag, springing, ppr. FRANCE, Sco., on a mount, an oak-tree, fructed,

ppr.

FRANCE, Chester, on a mount, a hurst, ppr.,

from the centre tree a shield, pendent, gu.,

charged with a fleur-de-lis, or, strap, az.

Virtus semper viridis. FRANCE, on a mount, a stag, current, ppr.

FRANCES, Sco., stump of oak-tree, shooting a

branch from the sinister, vert.

FRANCHE, a griffin, segreant, ppr., collared and

lined, or. comp. and

FRANCHEVILLE, Eng., two wings, addorsed.

FRANCIES, and FRANCES, a lion, resting dexter

on an escallop. FRANCIES, and FRANCES, issuing from a cloud,

a hand seizing a stag by the horns. - FRANCIS, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-

lion, gu.

FRANCIS, Staffs., out of a ducal coronet, or, a

demi-eagle, displayed, gu.

FRANCIS, an eagle, wings addorsed, in dexter

a vine-branch, fructed, ppr. comp. IOO. FRANCIS, a lamb, passant. comp.

FRANCIS, Kent, an eagle, displayed, sa. FRANCIS, Derbs. and Herts., on trunk of a

vine-tree, fructed, an eagle, wings elevated,

all ppr.

FRANCIS, a dove and olive-branch, ppr. FRANCIS, Derbs., an eagle, displayed, erm.,

beaked and membered, or.

FRANCK, out of a mural coronet, or, a lion's

head, gu., between wings, ertninois. FRANCKLIN, Eng., in dexter hand, ppr., a cross

crosslet, fitchcd, or.

FRANCKLIN of Goralston, Notts., a dolphin's

head, or, erased, gu., between two olive- branches, vert. Sinceritate. FRANCKLYN, Eng., a dexter hand, in fess,

couped, gu., charged with an eye, ppr.

FRANCKLYN, Eng., a dexter arm, vested, purp.,

purfled, or, in hand a palm -branch, vert.

Sub pace, copia.

FRANCO, Lond., same crest and motto. FRANCOIS, Eng., on stump -of tree, shooting

branches, a hawk, belled, ppr.

FRANCO YS, Eng., a bull's head, erased, sa.

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FRANK, Yorks. and Norf., a falcon, ppr. FRANK, a lion, salient, the tail forked, ppr. FRANK, Sco., a lion, salient, double queued,

ppr. Non omnibus nati. FRANK, Eng., a goat's head, erased, or, armed,

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FRANKE, Leic., out of a mural coronet, or, a

FBA





FBE

dexter arm, vambraced, ar., garnished, or, in hand a falchion, ar., hilt and pommel, gold.

ERANKFORT-DE-MONTMORENCY, Viscount, Iri., a peacock in its pride, ppr. Dieu ayde.

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ERANKLAND, Bart., Yorks., a dolphin, ar., haurient, and entwined round an anchor, erect, ppr. Libera terra, liberque animus.

FRANKLAND, Herts, and Wilts., an anchor, erect, sa., entwined by a dolphin, ar.

FRANKLAND, Lond., a dexter arm, embowed, in fess, ppr., erect from the elbow, vested, frilled at shoulder, in hand a palm-branch.

FRANKLIN, a conger-eel's head, erect, or, erased, per fess, gu., between two branches, vert.

FRANKLIN, a dolphin's head, in pale, ar., erased, gu., finned, or, between branches, vert.

FRANKLIN, Iri., a fox's head, erased. I

FRANKLYN, Middx. and Herts., a dolphin, nai- ant, ppr., finned, gu. , pierced through the sides by two fishing-spears, in saltier, or, tied together in a bow-knot, at the top.

see plate

FRANKLYN, Suff., a dolphin, ar., haurient, and entwined round an anchor, erect.

FRANKLYN, Yorks., a fish's head, in pale, or, erased, gu., between two sprigs, vert.

FRANKLYN, a hind's head, erased, or, charged with three pellets, between wings, vaire', or and az.

FRANKLYN, a greyhound's head, brown, col- lared, or, between wings, ar.

FRANKS, Eng., a demi-lion, rampant, support- ing the rudder of a ship.

FRANKS, Yorks., a falcon, ppr.

FRANKS, a stag's head, erased, ppr.

FRANKS, on stump of tree, ppr., a falcon, or.

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FRANKS, on stump of tree, a hawk, ppr., charged

on breast with a torteau. cow p.

ERASER, Baron Saltoun. See SALTOUN. FRASER, Bart., Sco., a buck's head, erased, gu.

Je suis prest.

ERASER of Inverness, a dexter hand, pointing

with one finger. Semper parati. I

ERASER, Sco.. on a globe, winged, an eagle

rising. In virtute et fortund.

ERASER, Sco., an eagle, displayed, ppr. Oelas

petit.

ERASER of Fingask, a stag's head, erased, ppr.,

charged with an annulet. Ubique paro.tus. ERASER of Auchnagarne, a stag's head, erased,

ppr., charged with a crescent. Pace et betto

paratus.

ERASER of Inchculter, a phcenix in flames, ppr.

Ex se ipso renascens. IOI.

ERASER of Poppachie, same crest. Non ex-

stinquar. ERASER of Inveralochy, a stag's head, ppr.

Je suis prest.

ERASER, Sco., a buck's head, erased. Heady.

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ERASER, Lond., same crest. Paratus. ERASER of Fyvie, an ostrich, in beak a horse- shoe, ppr. In God is all. . ERASER of Eraserfield, same crest. Quam sibi

sortem.

ERASER of Knock, a rose, gu. / am ready.

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ERASER of Pitcullain, a stag's head, erased, in ear an annulet. / am ready.

ERASER, a stag's head, erased, or, armed, ar. I am ready.

ERASER of Castle Eraser, Ross : (i.) A mount of strawberries, fructed, ppr. Comp. n. (.) A stag's head, couped, ppr. All my hope is in God and Je suis prest.

ERASER of Findrack, Aberdeens., a stag's head, erased, or. I am ready.

ERASER, Sco., a stag's head, erased, or, attired, ar., between two battle-axes, ppr.

ERASER of Strichen, a stag's head, couped, ar. Vive ut postea vivas. IO

ERASER of Eskdale, a stag's head, erased, ppr., attired, or, charged with an increscent. Vel pax vel bellum.

ERASER, Sco., a demi-eagle, in flames. i

ERASER, Sco., a sword, and an olive-branch, in saltier, ppr.

ERASER, Sco. , a buck's head, erased, ppr.

ERASER, ALLAN- of Hospitalfield, Forfar, on a mount, vert, a bush of strawberries, ppr. Nosce teipsum. comp. .

FRAUNCEIS, FRAUNCES, and FRAUNCEYS, Eng., a hand issuing out of a cloud, seizing a stag by the horns, ppr.

FRAY, and ERAYE, Eng., a stag, pierced in side by an arrow.

ERAZER, Lord Frazer, a mount, full of straw- berries, leaved, flowered, and fructed. All my hope is in God. comp. .

FREBODY, Suss., a leopard, sejant, regardant, ar.

FREBY, Eng., a castle, sa., ports and windows, gu.

FRECHVILLE, Derbs., a demi-angel, affrontee, ppr., crined and winged, or, on the head a cross formee, of the last, vested in mail, ppr., holding in both hands an arrow, in bend of the first, headed and feathered, ar.

FRECKELTON, and FRECKLETON, Hunts., a bear's head, ar., muzzled, or.

FRECKELTON, and FRECKLETON, a camel's head, ar., bridled, or. comp.

FREDERICK, Bart., Surr., on a chapeau, az., turned up, erm., a dove, ar., in mouth an olive-branch, ppr.

FREDERICK, Middx., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a dove, ppr., in mouth a laurel- branch, see plate

FREE, Eng., a fox's head, ppr.

EREEBAIRX, Sco., the sun in splendour. Always the same.

FREEBAIRN, Sco., in dexter hand an eel, ppr.

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FREEFORD, and FREFORD, out of a ducal coro- net, an eagle's head. comp.

FREELAND, Eng., a leopard, passant, ar., pel- lettee.

FREELAND, Eng., a leopard, passant, ppr. Res, non verba. .

FREELING, Bart., Suss., a unicorn's head, erased, armed, tufted, and crined, or. Nunquam nisi Tionorificcntissime. -

EREELING, a unicorn's head, couped, ar., maned, horned, and tufted, or. -

FREEMAN, Lond., Wilts, and Yorks., a demi- lion, rampant, erased, holding a cross fleury.

see plate

FREEMAN, out of a ducal coronet, a wolf's head.

see plate L

FBB

FREEMAN, Northamp., out of a ducal coronet, az., a boar's head, erect, ar.

FREEMAN, Heref., a demi-lion, rampant, gu., between paws a lozenge, pierced, or.

see plate

FREEMAN, Ess., Oxon.and Northamp., a demi- lion, rampant, gu., charged on shoulder with three lozenges, in fess, ar.

FREEMAN-MITFORD, Baron Redesdale. See REDESDALE.

FREEMAN, WILLIAMS-: (i.) For Freeman, a demi-lion, gu., charged with a lozenge, or. see plate . (.) For Williams, a lion, rampant, gorged with a chaplet of oak- leaves, ppr., and crowned with a naval coronet, or. II

FREEMANTLE, Bart., Bucks., out of a mural coronet, or, a demi-lion, rampant, gu., charged on shoulder with a plate, in paws a standard, flowing to dexter, and gold, staff, of the last.

see plate

FREEMANTLE, out of rays, in dexter hand, vested, a human skull .

FREER, Eng., a sphere, or.

FREER, Sco., a swan, ppr. No sine periculo.

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ppr. ii

FREESTON and FRESTON, Norf., a demi-grey-

friar, ppr.

FREETH, Eng., out of a cloud, a hand, in fess,

holding a club, in pale, ppr.

FREEKE, Dors, and Norf., a bull's head, couped,

sa., attired, collared and lined, or. FREEKE, Iri., a dexter arm, in armour, embowed,

in hand a sword, all ppr.

FREKE- EVANS, Baron Carbery. See CAR-

BERY. FREN, and FRENE, Eng., a physician's cap.

FRENBAND, a demi-lion, gu., in dexter a trefoil,

slipped, or. see plate

FRENCH, Sco., a ship in full sail, ppr. Par

commerce.

FRENCH, Wore., a fleur-de-lis, sa., seeded, or.

FRENCH, in a crescent, ar., a fleur-de-lis, sa.

comp. FRENCH, Iri., a fleur-de-lis, or, charged with a

trefoil, vert. FRENCH, Sco., a boar's head, couped. Malo

mori quamfadari.

FRENCH of Cloonyquin, Iri., a dolphin, naiant,

ppr. ii

FRENCH of Monavie, Iri., a dolphin, naiant,

ppr. Malo mori quamfcedari. II

FRENCH of Frenchgrove, Iri., same crest and

motto. FRENCH of Cuskinny, Cork, a dolphin. Vcritas

vincit. ii

FRENCH, an heraldic tiger, rampant. Spero

meliora. see plate

FREND, co. Limerick, a buck's head. Aude e

prevalebis.

FREND, Eng., a beacon, fired, ppr.

FRERE, Norf. and Leic., out of a ducal coro- net, gu., an antelope's head, ar., attired, or. comp. and FRESCHEVILLE, Eng. , a gem-ring, or, stoned,

gu.

FKKSELL, and FRESILL, a hand, issuant, pluck- ing a rose.

FRO

FRESH, Eng. , out of a ducal coronet, a horse's

hind-leg, erect.

FRESHACRE, a savage's head, ducally crowned,

ppr.

FRESHFIELD, Eng., on a mount, vert, a stag,

lodged, armed, of the last.

FRESHWATER, two trouts, in saltier, heads

downward, ppr., enfiled by a ducal coronet,

or. FRESTON, Norf., a demi-greyhound, rampant,

sa., collared, or.

FRESTON, Suff., a demi-greyhonnd, rampant, sa.,

collared, ar., rimmed, or.

FRESTON, a talbot's head, gu., eared, ar. FRETON, a unicorn's head, ar., pellettee.

see plate FREVILE, on each side of a chapeau, gu., turned

up, ar., a wing, addorsed, or. comp. FREVILE, out of a ducal coronet, or, an old

man's head, couped below shoulders, ppr.,

vested, gu., turned back, erm., on head a

cap, of the third, tasselled, gold. FREW, Sco., a demi-lion, or, holding a mullet,

az.

FREWEN, a demi-lion, rampant, ar., langued

and collared, gu., in paws a caltrap, az.

comp. FREWIN, a demi-lion, collared, between paws a

mullet of four points, pierced. FREWKE, Eng., a goat's head, erased, sa.,

armed and bearded, ar.

FREY, an arm, erect, vested, vert, in hand,

ppr., a spiked club, of the first. FRIBOURG, Eng., a unicorn's head, erased, erm.,

maned and armed, or.

FRIDAY, out of a ducal coronet, or, a plume of

three feathers, ar. comp.

FRIEND, Eng., a stag's head, cabossed, ppr.

FRIER, Line., out of a ducal coronet, or, an

antelope's head, ar. comp. and

FRIERE, out of leaves, vert, five tulips, or. FRISEL, Sco., a stag's head, erased, ppr.

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FRISKENNY, Line., a plume of five ostrich - feathers, two ar., three az., banded, or and gu. comp. . I

FRISKENNY, or FRISKNAY, a plume of five ostrich -feathers, ar., wreathed, az.

FRODHAM, in dexter hand a fleur-de-lis. I

FRODSHAM, Chesh., an escallop, or. Another, ar. I

FROELSHAM, Chesh., an escallop, ar. i

FROGGAT, and FROGGATT, Eng., a parrot, feed- ing on a bunch of cherries, ppr.

FROGMER, Wore., a demi-griffin, wings ad- dorsed, ar., holding a cross crosslet, sa.

see plate

FROGMORTON, a falcon, rising, ar., jessed and belled, or.

FROHOCK, Lond. and Cambs., a stag, ppr., charged on shoulder with an etoile, ar.

FROM, a demi-griffin, segreant, or, in dexter a cross crosslet, gu.

FROME, Eng., a greyhound, couchant, between two laurel-branches, in orle, ppr. .

FROMOND, and FROMONT, in dexter hand an escallop.

FROMONDS, Kent and SUIT., a tiger, passant.

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FROST, Yorks., an old man's head, ppr., be- tween two sprigs of laurel, or.

FRO

FROTRINGHAM, Yorks., a stag, trippant, ppr., attired, gu.

FROUD, a Saracen's head, sa., between two ostrich-feathers, ar.

FROUDE, Devons., a stag, regardant, ppr., at- tired, collared, and unguled, or, in mouth an oak-sprig, vert, fructed, or. see plate

FROWICKE, and FROWYKE, Middx., two arms, embowed, vested, az., in hands, ppr., a leo- pard's head, or.

FROYLE, Eng., a demi-lion, collared, or.

FRUEN, Lond., a demi-lion, ar., in paws a cal- trap, az.

FRY, Dors., in hand a falchion.' .

FRY, Devons., a dexter arm, in armour, em- bowed, in hand, ppr., a sword, of the last, hilt and pommel, or.

FRY, a demi-horse, salient, ar. IO

FRY, a horse's head, bridled. -

FRYER, Lond., Ess., and Wore., out of a ducal coronet, or, an antelope's head, armed, crined, and tufted, of the first.

comp. and

FRYER, H. C., Lodge Park, Glandovey, on a tower, a cock, or, tower environed by a ser- pent, ar. Mea fides in sapientid. .

FRYER, on a tower, sa., a cock, of, the tower environed by a serpent, ar., darting at the cock.

FRYER, an heraldic antelope's head, erased, gorged with a ducal coronet, or, attired, of the second.

FRYER, Staffs., a castle, ar., encircled by a branch of oak, fructed, ppr., thereon a cock, sa., combed and wattled, gu. Mea fides in sapientid.

FRYTON, an heraldic tiger's head, ducally gorged and chained, ppr. see plate

FULBORN, and FULBORNE, Eng., out of an an- tique coronet, or, a demi-lion, az.

FULCHER, Eng., a demi-lion, holding an anchor, ppr.

FULFORD, Devons. and Dors., a bear's head, erased, ar., muzzled, sa.

FULFORD, a bear's head, erased, ar., muzzled, gu.

FULFORD, BALDWIN, Esq., of Great Fulford, Devons., a bear's head, erased, sa., muzzled, or. Bear up.

FULHAM, Eng., a greyhound's head, ppr.

FULHAM, on a mount, vert, a lion, sejant, or, supporting with dexter an escutcheon, ar., charged with a teazle, ppr.

FULHERST, and FULSHERST, a triangular har- row, ppr.

FULKWORTH, a dexter arm, vested, erm., in hand, ppr., a sword, az., headed, or.

FULLARTON, Sco., a camel's head. Lux in tene- bris.

FULLARTON, Sco., an otter's head, erased, gu. Lux in tenebris.

FULLARTON, Sco., a tiger's head, charged with cinquefoils and mullets, ar. see plate IO

FULLER of Ashdown House, Suss., a horse, passant, ar. Currit qui curat.

FULLER, Hants., a dexter arm, embowed, vest- ed, ar., cuffed, sa., in hand, ppr., a sword, of the first, hilt and pommel, or. .

FULLER, a greyhound's head, erased, gu.

FULLER, Suss., out of a ducal coronet, gu., a lion's head, ar. IO

FULLER, Iri., a horse-shoe, az.





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FULLESHURST, Chesh., a unicorn's head, erm.

FULLWOOD, Eng., two laurel-branches, in orle, vert, fructed, gu.

FULLWOOD, Derbs., Staffs., and Warw., a stag, ppr., in mouth an acorn - branch, vert, fructed, or.

FULLWOOD, a demi man, in armour, ppr., in dexter a broken tilting-spear, or.

FULMESTON, an heraldic antelope's head, eras- ed, gu., pattee, armed, in mouth a rose- branch, ppr.

FULRICH, a tower, on top a plume of five ostrich-feathers, ppr.

FULTHORP, and FULTHORPE, a horse, passant, ar., bridled, az., bit and tassels, or.

FULTHORP, an eagle, displayed, ar., charged with a cross moline, sa. see plate

FULTON, Sco. , on a mount, a stag, lodged, re- gardant, ppr. Quce fecimus ipsi and Parta labore quies.

FULTON, Eng., a stag's head, gu., attired, or.

. II

FULWAR, Iri., a cushion, ar., tasselled and gar- nished, or, thereon a book, gu.

FULWER, Lond., on a mount, vert, a beacon, fired, ppr.

FULWOOD, a demi-stag, or. - J

FULWOOD, Hants, and Warw., a buck, trippant, in mouth an oak-slip, all ppr.

FUNEAUX, an arm, in armour, in hand a cal- trap, ppr.

FURBISHER, out of a ducal coronet, gu., a grif- fin's head, ar.

FURBISHER, and FURBUSHER, a unicorn's head, erased, az., armed, ar., ducally gorged, or.

see plate

FURGUASON, a demi-lion, holding a torteau, seme'e of etoiles. see plate

FURLONG, an eagle's head, erased, ppr. Liber- alitas.

FURNES, FERNESE, and FURNESS, Kent, a tal- bot, sejant, sa. II

FURNES, FURNESE, and FURNESS, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, a lion's paw, holding a lance, ppr.

FURNIVAL, Baron, U.K., on a chapeau, gu., a lion, passant, tail extended, erminois. Forte etfidele.

FURNIVAL, and FURNIVALL, an anchor, cabled, and a sword, in saltier, ppr.

FURODON, out of a ducal coronet, a plume of five ostrich-feathers, all ppr. .

FURSDON of Fursdon, Devons., out of a ducal coronet, a plume of five ostrich-feathers, all ppr. .

FURSE of Halsdon, Devons., a castle, ppr. Nee dcsit virtus.

FURSE, Eng., a lion, sejant, affronte'e, in dexter a dagger, in sinister a fleur-de-lis. I

FURSER, and FURZER, on a mount, a stag, lodged, ppr.

FURSLAND, a savage's head, affrontee, vested, sa. and ar. II

FURY, Eng., a demi-lion, rampant.

FURY, a demi-lion, rampant, grasping a thun- derbolt, or.

FUST, Glouc., a horse at full speed, ar. Tcr- rena pervices sunt alicna. -

FUTTER, Norf. and Suff., a goat's head, erased, or, attired, sa., in mouth a holly - branch, vert, fructed, gu. comp.

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FUTTER, Isle of Man, a goat's head, erased, or, attired, sa., in mouth a laurel-branch, slip- ped, ppr. comp.

FYDELL, Eng., a hind's head, couped.

FYEES, Eng., a goat, passant, in mouth a bunch of ivy. comp.

FYFE, and FYFFE, Sco., a demi-lion, rampant, Decens ct honestum.

FYFFE of Smithfield, Forfar, a demi-lion, gu., armed and langued, az. Decens et honestum.

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FYLEE, Eng., a fox, sejant, per fess, or and gu.

or

FYLER of Woodlands, Surr., a porcupine, ppr. Volonte de Lieu.

FYLKYN, a demi-greyhound, between wings.

FYLLOLL, Eng., a unicorn's head, erased, sa.

FYNDERNE, an ox-yoke, or.

FYNES, Eng., a peacock's head, erased, az.,

crested, or. n

FYNMORE, Eng., a unicorn, sejant, resting

dexter on a tree, ppr.

FYNMORE, and FINMORE, a bull's head, erased,

charged with two cheveronels, gu. see plate FYNNEY, Staffs., a staff, raguly, or. Fortem

posce animum. comp.

FYNTE, a basilisk, or. FYRES, in dexter hand, a salamander in flames.

Ardet virtus non urit. FYSHE, Suff. and Herts., a triangle surmounted

of an etoile, or.

FYSHER, Lond., a king-fisher, ppr.

FYSHER, Wilts., a demi-lion, rampant, gardant,

gu., holding a gauntlet, ar. see plate

FYSKE, Eng., on a chapeau, a martlet, all ppr.

FYTCHE, Eng., a tower, triple-towered, ar.,

masoned, sa.

FYTHEY, and FYTHIE, Sco., a crane's head,

erased. .

FYVIE, Sco., in lion's gamb, a human heart.



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GABB, a griffin's head, between wings, in beak a branch of palm, all ppr.

GABELL, Hants., a boar's head, couped, or.

GABELL, a savage, wreathed about middle, treading on a serpent, ppr. II

GABRIEL, and GABRYELL, a demi-savage, re- gardant, ppr. .

GAGE, an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., in hand a broken falchion, ar., hilt and pom- mel, or. comp.

GADDES, and GADDEZ, a stag's head, ppr.

GADSBY, a stag, passant, ar.

GAEL, a cock, gu. Vigilote.

GAFF, a demi -antelope, or, collared, gu. n

GAGE, Viscount, Iri. (Hall-Gage), a ram, pas- sant, ar., armed and unguled, or. Courage sans peur.

GAGE, Bart., Suff., a ram, passant, ar., armed, or.

GAGE, Herts., a stag, passant, ppr.

GAILLE, Eng., out of a mural coronet, a garb, thereon a bird, all ppr.

GAINE, a demi-lion, rampant.

GAINSBOROUGH, Earl (Noel), a buck, at gaze, ar., attired, or. Tout bien ou rien.

GAINSBOROUGH, Surr., a griffin's head, erased, az., charged with three cheverons, ar.

comp.

GAINSBY, out of a mount, a sprig of laurel growing, vert.

GAINSFORD, Lond., Kent, and Oxon., a demi- woman, vested and crined, or, in dexter a chaplet, vert, in sinister a rose, ppr.

comp. ii

GAIR, Sco,, a mill-rind.

GAIRDEN, Sco., a boar, passant, ar. Vires ani- mat virtus.

GAIRDEN, Sco., in dexter hand two palm- branches, in orle, ppr. Vivele roi.

GAIRDEN, Sco., a rose, slipped, ppr. Sustine, alstine.

GAIRDEN, Sco., two dexter hands, conjoined, ppr., supporting a cross crosslet, fitched, or.

GAIRDNER, Sco., a demi-leopard, rampant, ppr.

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GAIRDNER, Sco., a dove and olive-branch, ppr. Jovi confido.

GAIRDNER, a demi-tiger, rampant, collared and lined.

GAISFORD, Eng., a boar, passant, hoofed, of the last, bristled, of the first.

GAITSKILL, on a mountain, an eagle, regard- ant, wings expanded, ppr., collared, az., rest- ing dexter on a pellet.

GALAAD, Eng., a demi-greyhound, ar. -

GALAY, a snail, horns erect, ppr. or

GALBRAITH, a bear's head, erased, or, muzzled, sa., in mouth a trefoil, slipped, ar.

GALBRAITH, Sco., a bear's head, couped, ar., muzzled, or.

GALBRAITH, a boar's head and neck, per fess, or and gu.

GALBRAITH, Sco., a-lion's head and neck, erased, ppr. Vigilo et spero.

GALE, Cambs., a unicorn's head, az., charged with -an anchor, or, between two pellets, ar.

GALE, Eng. , a greyhound's head, erased, bendy- wavy of six, or and sa.

GALE, Yorks., out of a ducal coronet, or, a unicorn's head, armed, of the last. I

GALE, Sco., a unicorn's head, sa.

GALE, a unicorn's head, attired, gold.

GALE, Dors., a horse's head. see plate

GALL, Eng., a shank- bone and a palm- branch, in saltier, ppr.

GALL, a lion, sejant, gu., holding a banner, ppr. see plate ^

GALL, Sco., a ship, ppr., her flags and pennons flying, gu. Patientia vincit.

GALLAGHER, Iri., in hand a sickle, ppr.

GALLAND, a stag, lodged. So.

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GAB

GALLAKD, an arm, embowed, vested, gu., in hand, ppr., a rose, or, slipped and leaved, vert.

GALLAWAY, Sco., out of a ducal coronet, or, a dragon's head, wings addorsed, vert.

GALLAWAY, or GALLOWAY, Sco., an arm, in hand a dagger, ppr.

GALL AY, GALLEY, or GALLE, Somers. and Dors., a stag's head.

GALLAY, and GALLEY, a nag's head. I GALLIE, Sco., a horse's head. I

GALLIERS, an antelope, passant, quarterly, sa. and ar.

GALLIEZ, a savage standing on a serpent, ppr. Divino robere. n

GALLIGHTLY, a lion's head, issuant, gu., crowned with an antique crown, or. Hactenus in- victus. comp. I GALLIMORE, a cock, ppr. GALLOP, a boar, passant, sa., pierced by a broken spear, ppr. see plate GALLOWAY, Earl of (Stewart), a pelican, ar., winged, or, in nest feeding her young, ppr. Virescit mdnere, virtus. GALLOWAY, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, or, a dragon's head, wings addorsed, vert. GALLWEY, co. Cork, a cat, sejant, ppr., col- lared and chained, or. comp. GALLWEY, PAYNE-, Bart.: (i.) For Gallwey, a cat, passant, gardant. (.) For Payne, in lion's gamb, erased, the lower part of a tilt- ing-lance, in bend, ppr. comp. i GALLY, a cock, ppr. GALPINE, a plume of feathers, banded, ppr. G ALTON, a bull's head, erased, gu., ducally gorged, or. GALTON, HOWARD-, Wore., on a mount, vert., an eagle, erm., looking at the sun, resting dexter on a fleur-de-lis, gu. Gaudet luce vi- deri.

GALWAY, Viscount (Arundel-Monckton) : (i.) For Arundel, on a chapeau, sa., turned up, erm., a swallow, ar. . (.) For Monckton, a martlet, issuant, or. Cruci, dum spiro, fido.

GALWAY, a cat, sejant, ppr., collared, chain reflexed over back, or. comp.

GAMAGE, Herts., a griffin, segreant, or. GAMAGE, in hand a pen, ppr.

GAMBELL, or GAMBLE, a Roman soldier, in full costume, ppr. IO

GAMBELL, or GAMBLE, a crane, in beak a rose, stalked and leaved, ppr. see plate

GAMELL, or GAMMILL, two lions' heads, addorsed, gu. II

GAMBIER, Lond., Kent, and Bucks., out of a naval coronet, an eagle, displayed, erminois, charged on breast with an anchor, sa. Fide non armis. see plate

GAMBIER, an eagle, displayed.

GAMBON, and GAMON, a torteau, gu., between wings, ppr.

GAME, Eng., a cross crosslet, fitched, and palm- branch, in saltier, ppr.

GAMELL, GAMMEL, or GAMONILL, Sco., a talbot's

head, sa. .

GAMES, Leic., an eagle's head, or, between

wings, erm.

GAMLIN, Lond., a pelican, vulning, ppr. Mo-

, riens, sed invictus. '

GAMMELL, Sco., a pelican, vulning, pierced

through breast by an arrow, ppr. Moriens, sed invictus. comp.

GAMMELL, Sco., an eagle, wings addorsed, neck embowed, pierced through breast by an arrow, in bend sinister. Moriens, sed invic- tus.

GAMIN, an arm, in armour, embowed, wreathed with laurel, in hand a sword, all ppr.

- GAMMON, and GAMON, a boar, passant, charged

with a pale. GAMMON, Middx., a boar, passant, ar., on body

a pale, sa., charged with a leopard's face, or.

Virtus in arduis.

GAMMON, a boar, passant, ar.

GAMOLL, Chesh., a human heart, ppr., crowned,

or, between wings, sa. I

GANDER, a demi-talbot.

G ANDY, a saltier, gu. II

GANDY, and GANDEY, a fox, current. GANGE, Glouc., a stork, drinking out of a horn,

all ppr. GANLARD, in dexter hand a sabre, ppr.

GANNOKE, Line., a stag, sejant, ar., ducally

gorged, or. comp.

GANNON, a bull's head, ducally gorged, and

crowned. comp.

GANSTIN, Iri., in hand a dagger. Gladio et

virtute. .

GANSTIN, on a ducal coronet, a dexter arm,

armed, in hand a dagger. Gladio et virtute.

GANT, Eng., a mill-rind, ppr.

GANT, Line., a wolf's head, or, collared, vair.

GANUBLE, a lion, passant, tail extended, ppr.

GAPE, a lion, passant, regardant, or, pellettee,

collared, vair. comp.

GAPPER, out of an antique crown, a demi-lion,

rampant. see plate

GARBET, a demi-spread eagle, with two heads,

an escutcheon suspended from neck. GARBRIDGE, Norf. a sheaf of reeds, ppr.,

banded, ar. and sa. n

GARD, atower, ar., between two laurel-branches,

vert.

GARDE, Iri., an antelope's head, erased, ppr.

GARDE, a demi-griffin, sa. Toujours fidele.

GARDEN, Lond. and Sco., a boar, passant, sa.

Vires animat virtus. II

GARDEN, a rose, gu., slipped and leaved, ppr.

GARDEN, Sco., an open book, ppr.

GARDEN, a duck amongst flags, ppr. GARDEN AR, out of a mural coronet, ppr., an

armed arm, ar., in hand a flag, gu., charged

with a sword, of the second. GARDENER, Line., a Turk's head, ppr., tur-

baned, or and az.

GARDENER, Norf., Cambs., and Wilts., a grif- fin's head, erased, sa. GARDENER, Northumb., on 'a book, gu., clasped

and garnished, a falcon, rising, or. GARDENOR, a leopard, passant, ar., pellette'e, in

dexter a pine-apple, or, stalked and leaved,

vert. GARDIN, Sco., an otter issuing, devouring a

salmon, ppr. Ad escam et usum.

GAB





GAB

GARDINER, Berks, and Bucks., a griffin's head, erased, az., charged with three bends, or.

GARDINER, Oxon., a stork, ppr. S

GARDINER, Herts., two halberds, erect, en- vironed by a snake, ppr.

GARDINER, Dors., a griffin's head, erased, bendy of six, or and purp.

GARDINER, Ess., a griffin, passant, regardant, sa.

GARDINER, Wore., out of a mural coronet, or, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, sa., gar- nished, of the first, in hand a pennon, gu., charged with a pomegranate, or, staff, ppr., headed, or.

GARDINER, a moor, weeping, vested, in a sailor's dress, kneeling on one knee, jacket, az., trousers, ar.

GARDINER, a demi-griffin, wings expanded, ppr. Ntt desperandum.

GARDINER, Surr., out of a ducal coronet, or, a goat's head, gu., attired, gold. -

GARDINER, Sco., in dexter hand a sword, ppr. My hope is constant in thee.

GARDINER, Lond., a man's head, ppr., thereon a cap, turned up, gu. and az., crined and bearded, sa.

GARDINER, a griffin, sejant, resting dexter on a book, sa. see plate

GARDINER, out of a mural coronet, or, seven battle-axes, ppr. Oinnia superat virtus.

GARDINER, a griffin's head, or, gorged with a chaplet of laurel, vert, between wings, az. Persevere. see plate

GARDINER, Lond. and Norf., a rhinoceros, pas- sant, ar. -

GARDINER, Oxford, a griffin's head, erased. Deo, nonfortuna.

GARDINER, Oxford, a stork, in beak a serpent.

GARDINER, SMITH- WHALLET-, Bart., a Sara- cen's head, couped at shoulders, ppr., wreathed, gu. and az., on head a cap, or.

comp.

GARDNER of Prestongrange, out of a mural coronet, seven battle-axes, ppr. Omnia superat virtus.

GARDNER, Baron, Eng. and Iri.,. a demi-griffin, az., collared and lined, supporting an anchor, erect, or. Valet anchora virtus.

GARDNER, Middx., a reindeer's head, ar., at- tired, or.

GARDNER, Line., an elephant's head, erm., eared, sa., armed, or.

GARDNER, Kent, a griffin's head, erased, gorged with a mural coronet. comp. I

GARDNER, a griffin's head, erased, ppr., charged with a crescent, or. Virtute etfortund.

GARDNER, Line, and Suff., an elephant's head, couped, erm.

GARDNER, Dors., an elephant's head.

GARDNER, Cambs., a griffin's head, erased, ar., gorged with two barrulets, sa., within two laurel-branches, in orle, vert.

GARDNER, an . eagle's head, erased, ppr. In virtute et fortund.

GARDNER, two swords, in saltier, ppr., hilts and pommels, or, banded, az., pendent from band a key, sa.

GARDNER, on a ducal coronet, or, a lion, pas- sant, gardant, ar. comp. i and

GARDNER, Surr., a demi-unicorn, erased, or, crined and armed, sa., ducally crowned, ar.

see plate

GARDNER, Salop, a griffin's head, erased, sa.

GARDNER, Sco., on a thistle, a bee, all ppr. Lahore et virtute.

GARDNER, Lond. and Line., a Saracen's head, full-faced, ppr., erased at neck, gu., wreathed, or and az., on head a cap, gold.

GARDYNE, Sco., two dexter hands, couped, con- joined, in fess, supporting a cross crosslet, or. Cruciata cruci junguntur.

GAREN, a cross crosslet, fitched, gu.

GARFIELD, out of a heart, a hand holding a sword, ppr.

GARFOOT, Ess. and Suff., out of a mural coro- net, sa., a goat's head, ar., attired, or.

comp.

GARFORTH, a wolf, current. I

GARFORTH, Yorks., out of a ducal coronet, a goat's head, ar.

G ARC ATE, a lion, rampant.

GARGINTON, a vine-branch, fructed and leaved, ppr.

GAHG RAVE, Yorks., a falcon, rising, ppr.

GARIOCH, Sco., a dove and olive-branch, ppr.

.

GARIOCHS, and GARIOCK, Sco., a palm - tree, and a trefoil, slipped, growing out of a mount, all ppr. Concussus surgo.

GARIOCK, a palm-tree, ppr. Concussus surgo.

. I

GARLAND, Yorks., on a mural coronet, or, a lion, sejant, regardant, ar., supporting with dexter a shield, of the second, charged with a garland, ppr.

GARLAND, and GAEL ANT, Kent and Suss., in lion's paw, erased, a battle-axe, ppr.

GARLICK, a dexter arm, in armour, erect, in hand a cutlass, in pale, all ppr., hilt and pommel, or.

GARLING, Eng., a fish's head, erased, in fess, ppr.

GARMAN, and GARMON, an oak-tree, and there- from two weights, pendent, all ppr.

GARMISH, Suff., a cubit arm, in hand a scimi- tar, all ppr., hilt and pommel, or.

GARMSTON, Line., a shark's head, regardant, ar., swallowing a negro, ppr. Opera Dei mirifica.

GARNATT, a squirrel, sejant, in paws a branch of hazel, ppr.

GARNET, a demi-lion, ducally crowned.

see plate

GARNETT, in dexter hand, a swan's head and neck, erased, ppr.

GARNETT, Lane., a demi-lion, ar., gorged with a wreath of oak, ppr., holding an escutcheon, gu., charged with a bugle-horn, or. Dili- gentid et honore. see plate

GARNETT, a demi-lion, ar., gorged with a collar, dovetail, gu., between paws an escutcheon, or, charged with a cross pattee, fitched, gu.

GARNHAM, a goat's head, erased, sa., armed, or. -

GARNIER, Lond. and Hants., a lion's head, erased, ar.

GARNIER, a griffin's head, gu., charged with a torteau, between wings, ar. comp.

GARNISH, an arm, extended, ar., in hand a falchion, blade, of the first, hilt, or.

GAB





G-AU

GARNISH, a mermaid with mirror and comb,

allppr.

GARNOCK, Sco., a greyhound, current. GABNON, Suss., a wolf's head, or, collared, gu.

GABNONS, Wei., a demi-lion, rampant, ducally

crowned, and gorged, or. Nid Cyfoctk, ond

JBoddlondeb Not wealth, but contentment.

see plate

GABNYL, a mermaid, ppr.

GABBARD, Lond., Kent, and Bucks., a leopard,

sejant, ppr. GARBABD, Lond., a wyvern, tail nowed, ppr.,

pierced through neck by a spear, or, headed,

ar. GARBABD, DBAKE-, Herts., a leopard, sejant,

ppr.

GARRABD, DRAKE-, Herts., a naked dexter

arii), erect, in hand a battle-axe. GARBAT, and GABBATT, a hind, sejant, regard- ant, resting dexter on a bee-hive, ppr. GABBATT, Lond. and Surr., a lion, passant,

ermines, resting dexter on a fleur-de-lis, or.

-

GAREAWAY, an escallop, between wings. GARRET, a demi-monk, in dexter a lash.

GARRET, and GARRETT, Lond., a lion, passant.

erm., resting dexter on a fleur-de-lis. GARRICK, Middx., a mullet, or.

GARRITTE, a lion, passant. Certa cruce solus.

. i GABBIOCH, Sco., out of a mount, a tree. Con-

CUSSHS surgit.

GABROCK, Sco., a salmon, haurient.

GABROW, Suss., on a mount, vert, a palm-tree,

ppr., charged with three torteaux. GARROWAY, Suss, and Herts., a griffin, passant,

or.

GARROWAY, Surr., on a rock, a Cornish chough,

ppr., beaked and legged, gu.

GARSCADDEN, in hand, a buckle, ppr, , GABSETT, and GABSED, Norf., a bow, erect, gu.,

stringed, sa., with an arrow, or, headed, az.,

feathered, ar. comp.

GABSHOBE, Sco., an eagle, displayed, ppr.

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GARSIDE, two daggers, in saltier, ppr. GABSTIN, Iri., in hand a dagger. Gladio et

virlute.

GABSTIN, in dexter hand a broken hammer.

GABSTON on stump of tree, eradicated, a raven,

wings expanded, all or. GABSTON, out of a mural coronet, ar., a wyvern,

or, charged on breast with a fire-ball, sa. GARSTYDE, Yorks., a stag, attired, and hoofed,

or. l.

GABTEB, Eng., a caltrap, or, embrued, gu.

GABTH, Surr., a goat, ar., attired, eared, col- lared and lined, or.

GABTH, a goat, passant, ar.

GABTON, a leopard's head, cabossed. GABTON, Suss., a leopard's head, erased, or,

ducally gorged, gu., on the head two straight

horns, of the last. GARTON, an antelope's head, erased, gu., ducally

gorged, or. comp. and

GARTSHORE, Sco., an eagle, displayed, ppr. /

renew my age.

GARTSIDE, two daggers, in saltier, ppr.

GrAEVAGH, Baron, Iri., a demi-griffin, az. Ne cede malis, sed contra.

GARVEY, Iri., a greyhound's head, az., collared, ar. .

GARVEY, co. Mayo, a lion, passant, regardant, gu. Sis Justus nee timeas.

GAB VIE, Sco., a dexter hand, pointing with two fingers, gu.

GABVIN, Sco., in a dexter hand a dagger, in pale, point downward, ppr.

GABVINE, Sco., in hand a fish, ppr. Always helping.

GARWAY, a leopard's head, erased, thrust through neck by an arrow, in fess, ppr.

see plate

GABWINTON, Eng., a vine-branch, fructed and leaved, ppr.

GASCELYN, an arm, in hand a broken sword, ar., hilted, or.

GASCOIGN, out of a ducal coronet, an alligator's head, ppr. i

GASCOIGNE, Yorks. and Norf., out of a ducal coronet, a demi-lucy, erect, or.

GASCOYNE, Beds., a pike's head, erect, or, be- tween two ostrich-feathers, ar.

GASELEE, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a dagger.

GASKELL, Yorks., a stork, ppr., collared, or, pendent therefrom an escutcheon, sa., charged with an annulet, or, dexter resting on an escallop, gu. see plate

GASKELL, and GASKILL, out of the sea, a dex- ter arm, from elbow, in hand an anchor, cabled, all ppr. Spcs.

GASKLN, Lond., issuing from the sea, an arm, embowed, in hand an anchor, ppr. Spes anchora vitce.

GASON, Kent, on a chapeau, az., turned up, erm., a goat's head, couped, ar., bearded and attired, or. see plate >

GASON, Kent, a goat's head, couped, ar., armed, or, gorged with three mascles, sa.

GASON, Kent, out of a ducal coronet, az., a goat's head, couped, ar. -

GASSELYN, and GASSELYNE, Eng., an eagle, displayed, sa.

GASTON, an owl, sa.

GASTRELL, Glouc., a lion's head, erased, ppr., gorged with a chaplet, vert.

GATACRE, a raven, ppr. .

GATCHELL, Somers., out of a mural coronet, ar., a dexter arm, embowed, vested, az., cuffed, erm., in hand a chaplet of wheat, ppr.

GATEFORD, a demi-antelope, collared.

GATES, Ess., Yorks., and Line., a demi-lion, rampant, gardant, or.

GATES, Devons., out of a crescent, flames, ppr.

GATESDEN, a dexter arm, embowed, vested, in hand a tilting-spear.

GATFIELD, on a ducal coronet, or, a cross, gu.

GATHWAITE, a mastiff, ppr., chained and col- lared, or. comp. -

GATOBBY, two swords, in saltier, ppr.

comp. I

GATTIE, and GATTY, a stork, ppr., in dexter a stone.

GAUDEN, a peacock's head, ppr.

GAUDINE, Sco., a savage's head, couped, ppr.

GAULDESBOBOUGH, Ess., a pelican, vulning, ppr.

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G-AU

GAULER, a hawk, in dexter an ear of wheat,

ppr.

GAULFIELD, a dexter hand, vested, holding up

the sun, or. comp. I

GAUNT, Kent and Staffs., a wolf's head, or,

collared, vair. Dum spiro, spero. .

GAUNT, DE, Eng., a cross pattee, fitched, sa.

GAUNTLET, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, a bear's

head, muzzled, ppr.

GAUSEN, and GAUSSEN, a bee-hive, with bees,

volant, all ppr. I

GAUSSEN, a greyhound's head, ar., eared and

spotted, sa.

GAVELL, Surr., a demi-buck, regardant, or,

vulned in shoulder, gu. see plate

GAVEN, and GAWEN, Eng., in dexter hand a

ducal coronet, between two laurel -branches,

all ppr. i

GAVEN, a land-tortoise, ppr.

GAVIN, Sco., a ship in full sail, ppr. Remem- ber. GAVIN, Sco., in the sea, a ship, in full sail,

ppr. By industry ice prosper.

GAWAINE, and GA WAYNE, a horse-shoe, or.

GAWDEN, an arm, in a maunch, gu., hand

clenched, ppr.

GAWDY, Norf. and Suff., on a chapeau, gu.,

turned up, erm., two swords, erect, ar., hilts

and pommels, or.

GAWDY, Norf., a wolf, passant.

GAWLEE, a martlet, sa.

GAWLER, a mullet, sa.

GAWSWORTH, a savage's head, in profile, ppr.

GAY, Somers., a greyhound, current, ppr. Stat fortuna domus.

GAY, a demi-greyhound, ppr. -

GAY, Kent, a demi-greyhound, rampant, sa, collared, or.

GAY, in hand a sword.

GAY, Norf., a fleur-de-lis, or.

GAY of Alborough, Norf., a fleur-de-lis. Tou- jours gai.

GAY, Devons., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a lion, passant, gardant, or, charged on breast with an escallop, az. see plate

GAYER, a lion, rampant, sa., supporting a spear.

GAYLARD, Lond., a dexter hand, apaume'e, ppr. Munifice etfortiter.

GAYLIEN, a hind's head, between two roses, stalked and leaved, ppr.

GAYNER, and GAYNOR, Eng., a dexter hand, apaume'e, ppr.

GAYNES, out of a ducal coronet, a demi-swan, wings expanded, ppr., ducally gorged, sa.

GAYNOR, Iri., a lion's head, erased, gu., charged with a trefoil, or.

GAYNSFORD, and GAYNSFORTH, a rose, gu., slipped and leaved, vert, and a spear, ppr., in saltier. i

GAYS, an eagle, with two heads, displayed, ppr.

GAYTON, three legs, in armour, conjoined at thigh, flexed at knee, and spurred, ppr.

GEACH, an arm, embowed, in hand a battle- axe, enfiled with a garland round elbow, all ppr.



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GEALE, Iri., out of ducal coronet, a hand hold- ing a fleur-de-lis.

GEAR, and GEARE, Kent and Devons., a leo- pard's head, az., ducally gorged, or, between wings, gu. see plate

GEARY, Bart., Kent, out of a naval crown, a sinister hand and arm, in naval uniform, supporting a flag, ar., charged with a cross, gu. Chase.

GEARY, Surr., an heraldic antelope's head, erased, charged with a lozenge, erm.

GED, and GEDD, Sco., a pike's head, ppr.

GED, Sco., in hand, ppr., an escutcheon, gu.

comp. II

GEDDES", and GEDDIES, Sco., a pike's head, couped, ppr. Durat, ditat, placet.

GEDDES, and GEDDIES, Sco., a stag's head, couped, ppr. Fato prudentia major.

GEDDES, and GEDDIES, Sco., a stag's head. Veritas vincit.

GEDDES, and GEDDIES, Sco., on a mural coro- net, a bundle of seven arrows, banded.

GEDDING, and GEDING, a demi-savage, in hand a scimitar, ppr.

GEDNEY, a bird, perched on an oak-plant, ppr.

. I

GEE, Eng., a gauntlet, ar., in hand a sword.

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GEEKIE, Lond., in hand a sickle, ppr. GEERING, Suss., a savage's head, affrontee, ducally crowned, ppr.

GEFFRY, Eng., a lion's head, erased, ar., du- cally crowned, or. comp. GEFFRYS, Wore., on a mount, vert, a sea-pie,

rising, ppr., beaked and legged, gu. GEIKE, Sco., a boar's head, erased, sa. Vigilo.

- GEILS, a demi-chevalier, in dexter a sword.

GELL, Derbs., a greyhound's head, collared, or.

. jo GELLATLY, Sco., a lion's head, gu., crowned

with an antique crown, or. Hactenus invic-

tas. comp. I

GELLIBRAND, Hobart, Tasmania, out of a ducal

coronet, a stag's head and neck, affrontee.

Retinensvestigiafam.ee.

GELLIE, or GELLY. Sco., a man standing on a

serpent, ppr. Dirino robore.

GELLING, on a chapeau, a lion, passant, gar- dant, tail extended, and ducally crowned,

ppr. see plate

GELSTABLE, in dexter hand, a sword, in pale,

all ppr.

GEM, in dexter hand a gem-ring, ppr., stoned,

gu. GEMELL, GEMILL, and GEMMELL, a flame of

fire, between two palm-branches, ppr. GEMELL, GEJVIILL, and GEMMELL, a demi-pea-

cock, ppr.

GEMMEL, Sco. : (i.) A dexter arm, in hand a

dart. . (.) A laurel- branch and

sword, in saltier, ppr. GENEVILLE, out of a cloud, in dexter hand, a

broken tilting-spear, all ppr. GENEY, or GENNY, out of a cloud, a hand,

holding a cross pattee, fitched.

GENN, between two spear - heads, in pale, a

Cornish chough, rising, all ppr. .

GENNETT, a chevalier, on horseback, in hand a

scimitar, all ppr. and .

GENNYS, an eagle, wings raised, each charged

GEN





GEY

with a bezant, from the beak, a scroll, ar., thereon the words Deo gloria. GENOR, in hand a baton, gu., tipped, or.

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GENT, Northumb., a demi-griffin, gu., wings addorsed, or, holding a gilliflower, of the first, stalked and leaved, ppr.

GKNT, Ess., out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi- eagle, displayed, erm.

GENT of Moyns Park, Ess., out of a ducal coronet, an eagle, displayed. In est dementia forti. .

GENT, Northumb., a griffin, segreant, or. in beak a gilliflower, gu., stalked and leaved, vert. see plate

GENT, out of a ducal coronet, a phoenix, or, in flames, ppr.

GENT, an eagle, displayed, sa.

GENTILL, Sco., in two lions' paws, a bezant.

GENTLE, Sco., a bee, erect, ppr. Industria.

GENTLE, on a ducal coronet, an etoile of twelve points.

GEOGHAM. an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a dagger. Manu forti. ' -

GEOGHEGAN, Eng. and Iri., on a ducal coronet, or, a dolphin, naiant, az.

GEORGE, Bart., Middx., a falcon, rising, az., beaked, legged, and belled, or.

GEORGE, a demi-talbot, sa., collared, indented, and eared, ox, between two fir -branches, vert. comp.

GEORGE, Cornw., a demi-talbot, rampant, sa., gorged with a collar, dancette'e, and eared, or, between two laurel- branches, vert.

comp. .

GEORGE, Iri., a stag's head, erased, ppr.

GEORGE, Sco., the sun shining on a sunflower, ppr.

GEORGE, Middx., a hawk, rising, ppr.

GEORGE, Eng., a greyhound's head.

GEORGES, Lond. and Middx., a greyhound's head.

GEORGES, a demi-talbot, salient, sa., collared and eared, or. .

GEORGES, Glouc., a talbot's head, erased, sa., eared, or. .

GEORGES, a boar, passant, az., armed and bristled, or. II

GEPP, a griffin's head, collared, between wings.

GEPP, Ess., on a mount, vert, an eagle, rising, az., wings, erminois, gorged with a collar, in beak a mascle, or, supporting a sword, in pale, ppr., hilt and pommel, gold.

comp.

GERANDOT, a demi-lion, rampant, sa.

GERARD, Bart., Lane., a lion, rampant, erm., crowned, or. En Dieu est mon esperance.

. I

GERARD, Middx. and Lane., in lion's gamb, erased, erm., a hawk's lure, gu., garnished and lined, or, tasselled, ar.

GERARD, Kent, a monkey, passant, collared round middle and chained, ppr.Bono vince malum.

GERARD, Berks., a lion, statant, gardant, du- cally crowned, gu. En Dieu, est mon espe"- rancc. comp.

GERARD, Lane, and Derbs., two wings, ex- panded, sa.

GERBRIDGE, Eng., in lion's paw, a thistle, ppr.

- GERCOM, a griffin, segreant, ppr., collared, gu.,

in mouth a line and ring, or. see plate GERDELLEY, and GERDILLY, in hand a sword,

PP^ ..

GERDON, a human heart, ppr., surmounted by

two hands, couped and conjoined, in fess.

GERERD, a lion, rampant.

GERIDOT, a demi-lion, rampant.

GERING, Line., an antelope's head, erased,

attired, or.

GERLING, a unicorn's head, erased, ar., collared,

sa.

GERMAIN, a dexter arm, couped and embowed,

in hand a tilting-spear, in pale, ppr. GERMIN, and GERMYN, a lion, rampant, az.

GERMIN, and GERMYN, a unicorn's head, be- tween branches of laurel, in orle. GERNEGAN, an allerion, displayed, gu.

comp. GERNEY, on a garb, in fess, a cock, statant,

ppr.

GERNON, GERNOUN, or GERNUN, Eng., in hand,

issuing from a cloud, in fess, a club, ppr.

l $S- GERNON, Iri., a horse, passant, ar. Parva con-

temnimus.

GERNON, a wolf 's head, couped, az., collared,

or. .

GERNON, Suss., a wolf's head, or, collared, gu.

GERNON, a wolf's head, couped, on neck two

bars-gemelle. GERRE, Herts., lion's head, gardant, or,

gorged with a collar, gu., charged with three

mascles, between wings, gold. GERRY, Lane., a buck's head, erased, charged

with four mascles, counterchanged.

see plate GERSON, Lane., an arm, in armour, couped, in

fess, in hand a helmet, in pale, ppr. GERVAIS, a lion's head, erased, ar., charged

with a fleur-de-lis, of the same. Sic sustenta

crescit. see plate

GERVIS, Cambs. and Wore., a tiger's head,

erased, or.

GERVIS, a demi-lion, rampant, gardant, or,

holding a banner, ar., charged with a cross,

gu., on the handle, ppr., a mural coronet,

gold, and issuing therefrom four small

spears, az. see plate

GERWOOD, a cubit arm, ppr., in hand a cross

crosslet, fitched, gu.

GESSORS, a talbot, sejant, sa., collared, ar. GESSORS, in dexter hand a battle-axe. . GETHAM, a bustard, ppr.

GETHIN, Bart., Iri., a stag, current, ar., armed,

or. Try. Si.

GETHIN, Iri., Well., Ess., and Wilts., a buck,

sejant, ar., attired, or, between wings, of

the first. GETHIN, Iri., on a chapeau, gu., turned up,

erm., a buck's head, erased, ar., ducally

gorged and attired, or.

GETTENS, a sheldrake, ppr.

GEYNES, a griffin's head, erased, in beak a tre- foil. GEYNES, out of a cloud, a dexter hand, pointing

with fore-finger, ppr. comp. #

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GIL

GEYNTON, and GEYTON, the sun in splendour, or, at each ray a flame of fire, ppr.

GHEST, a swan's head and neck, erased, be- tween two ostrich-feathers, ar. see plate

GH RIMES, a talbot, sejant, sa., collared, ar.

GIB, Sco., a mullet, pierced, or. Spero.

GIB, Sco., a spur, or, between wings, gu.

GIBB, Sco., a dagger, in pale, on point a wreath of laurel, ppr.

GIBBALL, Iri., a goat, passant, ar., hoofed and armed, sa. II

GIBBAEU, an arm, embowed, vested and purfled at shoulder, in hand, in pale, a palm-branch, ppr.

GIBBE, a tiger, passant, gardant, ppr.

GIBBENS, and GIBBINS, in hand a fish, ppr.

GIBBINES, and GIBBINS, on a ducal coronet, or, the attires of a stag, ppr. comp.

GIBBINES, and GIBBINS, a lion, rampant, sa.

GIBBON, Kent, on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., an escarbuncle, or.

GIBBON, Kent, a demi-lion, rampant, gardant, ar., ducally crowned, or, between paws an escallop, gold.

GIBBON, a stork, wings expanded, ppr.

GIBBONS, Bart., Middx., in lion's gamb, erased and erect, gu., charged with a bezant, a cross formee, fitched, sa. comp. I

GIBBONS, Wilts., a demi-lion, rampant, sa., holding an escallop, ar.

GIBBONS, Iri., a dexter and sinister arm, in armour, embowed, hands supporting a heart, inflamed, ppr.

GIBBS, Bart., Oxon., an arm, in armour, em- bowed, charged with a cross, couped, gu., in hand, ppr., a battle-axe, sa. Tenax pro- positi. comp.

GIBBS, an arm, in armour, or, in hand a battle- axe, ar.

GIBBS of Belmont, Somers., an arm, in armour, embowed, in gauntlet a battle-axe, ar.

GIBBS, co. Derry, a -'griffin's head, erased, ar., pierced through back of neck by an arrow, or, barbed and feathered, ar.

GIBBS, Devons., a tiger, passant, gardant.

II.

GIBBS, Warw., three broken tilting-spears, or, one in pale, two in saltier, entiled with a

wreath, ar. and sa. comp.

GIBEKNE, a plume of feathers. Tien ta foi.

GIBERNE, a stag's head, between the horns of

a cross pattee.

GIBLETT, a demi-stag, in mouth a cinquefoil,

slipped. comp.

GIBON, on a ducal coronet, a lion's head,

couped, gu., bezantee. IQ

GIBON, a demi-wolf, rampant, regardant, ar.,

collared, gu. GIBON, in lion's paw, erased, gu., a cross pattee,

fitched, or. i

GIBSON, Iri., a stork's head, sa., crowned, or.

GIBSON, Eng., a stork, in beak an oak-leaf. GIBSON, Lond., Ess,, Northumb., and Cumb.,

out of a ducal coronet, or, in lion's gamb,

ppr., a club, gu. spiked, gold. GIBSON, a stork, rising, ppr., in beak an olive- branch, vert. .

GIBSON, Norf., a stork, ar., beaked, legged, and ducally gorged, gu. comp.

GIBSON, Ess. and Yorks., on a mount, vert, a stork, ar., beaked, membered, and gorged with a collar, gu., pendent therefrom an es- cutcheon, az., charged with a barnacle, or. Recte et fideliter.

GIBSON, Lond., an arm, in armotir, embowed, ppr., garnished, or, in hand a battle-axe, sa. Ense et animo. -

GIBSONE of Pentland, Edinburgh, a pelican in nest, feeding her young. Pandite, ccelestes portce.

GIBSON, MAITLAND-, Bart., Sco., a lion, sejant, gardant, gu., ducally crowned, in dexter a drawn sword, or, in sinister a fleur-de-lis, az. Consilio et animis.

GIBTHORP, or GIBTHORPE, a naked arm, em- bowed, in hand a dagger, ppr.

GIDDY, a lion, passant, gu. , in dexter a banner, az., charged with a cross, or, the staff and point, ppr. -I

GIDEON, a cock's head, erased, gu.

GIDEON, a stag's head, ar., ducally gorged, or. comp. ii and

GIDION, Lond., in hand, gu., in fess an anchor, or, environed with clouds, ppr. ' .

GIDION, Lond. and Line., a stag's head, erased, ar., attired, gu., gorged, with a palisado coro- net, or, in mouth an acorn-slip, fructed, ppr. comp.

GIDLEY, Devons., a griffin's head, or, wings elevated, sa., bezantee. comp.

GIESQUE, a stag, salient.

GIFFARD, Staffs., a demi-archer, ppr., at his side a quiver of arrows, in hands a bow, arrow drawn, or. Prenez haleine trezfort.

GIFFARD, Staffs., a tiger's head, couped, or, affrontee, fire issuing from mouth, gu. Pre- nez haleine trez fort.

GIFFARD, Iri., a sphinx, gardant, wings ad- dorsed, ppr.

GIFFARD, Sco., a deer's head, couped, ppr. Spare nought.

GIFFARD, Sco., in dexter hand a thistle, ppr.

. ii

GIFFARD, co. Wexford, a cock's head, ei-ased, or.

GIFFORD, Devons., a cock's head, erased, or, in beak a sprig, ppr.

GIFFORD, Baron, a panther's head, affrontee, between two branches of oak, ppr. Non sine nnmine.

GIFFORD, an arm, couped, vested, or,"charged with two bars, wavy, az., cuffed, ar., in hand, ppr., a buck's head, cabossed, gu.

GIFFORD, Sco., a hart's head, ppr. Spare when you have nought.

GIFFORD, Iri., a cubit dexter arm, in armour, in hand a gilliflower, all ppr. Potius morl quam foedari.

GIGON, a dexter arm, in hand a swan's head, erased, ppr. I -

GILBARD, a squirrel, sejant, gu., cracking a nut, ppr. & !

GILBERD, on a chapeau, sa., turned up, erm., a fox, sejant, ppr.

GILBERT, Cornw., a squirrel, sejant, on a hill vert, feeding on a crop of nuts, ppr. Mallem mori quam mutare. comp.

GILBERT, Norf., a stag's head, or, on neck a

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fess, engrailed with plain cottises, gu. Te~ nax propositi. see plate

GILBERT, a greyhound, passant, ppr.

GILBERT, out of a mural coronet, a griffin's head, ppr.

GILBERT of Tredrea, Cornw., a squirrel, sejant, gu., cracking a nut, or. Teg. Yw. Jfedwch.

GILBERT, Ess. and Suff., on a mount, vert, a demi-eagle, displayed, ar., charged on breast with a mullet, or.

GILBERT, Suss, and Suff., out of rays, or, an eagle's head, ppr. .

GILBERT, Sco., in hand a fleur-de lis, or.

GILBERT, Suss., a squirrel, sejant, gu., crack- ing a nut, or.

GILBERT, Norf., out of a ducal coronet, or, a stag's head, erm., attired, gold. I

GILBERT, Eng., an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., in hand a broken tilting-spear, headed, ar., point downward.

GILBERT, Herts, and Kent, a griffin's head, az., beaked, or, collared, erm.

GILBERT, out of a ducal coronet, or, a griffin's head, gu., beaked, gold.

GILBERT, out of a mural coronet, or, a demi- lion, rampant, ducally crowned, gold, hold- ing a battle-axe, sa., headed, ar.

see plate

GILBERT, Derbs. and Salop, out of a ducal coronet, an eagle's head, gu., beaked, or.

comp.

GILBERTSON, a snail in its shell, ppr.

GILBES, a leopard, passant, gardant. II.

GILBORNE, Lorid. and Kent, a tiger, salient, ar., lined and collared, or.

GILBY, or GILBIE, Line., a tower, or, a dragon's head issuing from the top, and the tail out of the door, ar. comp.

GILCHRIST, Lond., out of a cloud, the sun ris- ing, ppr. / hope to speed. - *

GILCHRIST, Sco., a crescent, ar. Fide etfiducid.

IO.

GILCHRIST, Sco., a lion, rampant, in dexter a scimitar, all ppr. Mca gloria, fides.

see plate

GILDART, Lane., a demi-lion, rampant, regard- ant, crowned, or, in dexter an oak-branch, ppr.

GILDEA, a wolf's head, erased, ppr., langued, gu. Re e merito and Vincit gui patitur.

GILDER, an arrow, enfiled with a ducal coro- net.

GILD RIDGE, Suss., a sinister arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., in gauntlet a club, in pale, or, and above gauntlet a dexter hand, ppr., couped, gu., grasping club.

GILES, Lond. and Wore., out of a chalice, or, three pansy-flowers, ppr. I

GILES, a squirrel, sejant, git, bezantee, in paws an oak-branch, leaved, ppr. $. II

GILES, Devons., in lion's gamb, erect and erased, an apple-branch, sa., leaved, vert.

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GILES, Sco., a demi-chevalier, in hand a sword.

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GILFILLAN, or GILFILLIAN, Sco. and Iri., an

eagle's head, erased, sa., langued, gu. Armis

ct animis. IO. IO

GILFORD, an angel, couped at breast, ppr.

GILHAM, and GILLHAM, three savages' heads,

GIL

conjoined in one neck, one looking to dex- ter, one to sinister, and one upward, ppr.

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GILL, Herts., a hawk's head, az., between wings, or, fretty, vert.

GILL, a griffin's head, collared, wings addorsed.

GILL, Lond., a salamander in flames, ppr.

GILL, a demi-eagle, rising, az., wings, or, fretty, vert.

GILL, Devons., a boar, passant, resting fore- paw on a crescent. In te, Domine, spes nostra. see plate

GILLAM, a demi-griffin, vert, winged 'and beak- ed, or.

GILLAM, Ess., out of a ducal coronet, or, a dragon's head, ppr.

GILLAN, and GILLAND, a dexter arm, embowed, ppr., vested and cuffed, az., in hand a covered cup, or.

GILL ANDERS, Sco., in hand a sword, ppr. Durum sed certissimum.

GILLE, Lond. and Warw., a demi-parrot, wings expanded, or.

GILLEANKS of Whitefield House, Cumb., a stag's head, or. Honore et virtute.

GILLIES, in hand an escallop, ppr.

GILLESPIE of Torbanehill, a cat, sejant. Touch not the cat, but a glove.

GILLESPIE, Sco. , a unicorn's head, ar., armed, or. Fidelis et in bello fortis.

GILLESPIE, Sco., a leopard, sejant, gardant.

see plate

GILLESPIE, Sco., an anchor, ppr. In certd salutis anchor 'd.

GILLESPIE, Sco., a demi-cat, ppr. Touch not the cat, but a glove.

GILLET, in hand a dagger, in pale, ppr.

GILLET, a lion, rampant, in dexter a battle- axe.

GILLET, Suff., a lucy's head, erased and erect, gu., collared with a bar-gemelle, or.

GILLIES of Kintrocket, a grey cat, passant, ppr. Touch not the cat, bot a glove.

GILLIES, and GILLIS, Sco., a cat, current, ppr. Touch not the cat, bot a glove.

GILLINGHAM, a dexter arm, couped, and em- bowed, ppr., vested, sa., cuffed, ar., in hand a sword, in pale, enfiled with a leopard's head, cabossed, ppr.

GILLMAN, co. Cork, a griffin's head, erased, in mouth a bear's paw. Non cauta sed actu.

GILLON of Wallhouse, on the face of a rock, a raven, ppr. Tutum refugium.

GILLON, in dexter hand, a bomb, fired, ppr.

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GILLOT, a garb, or.

GILLOW, a horse, passant, sa., saddled and bridled, gu.

GILLSON, a leopard's head, erased, erm., ducally .gorged, az. IO.

GILLUM of Middleton Hall, Northumb., a dol- phin, haurient, ppr. GILMAN, Kent, a man's leg, couped at thigh, in pale, sa., out of rays, or, the foot in chief.

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GILMAN, Iri., a Bengal tiger, sejant, ppr.

GILMER, Suss., a unicorn s head, ar., couped,

gu., attired, or. -

GILMER, and GILMOUR, Sco., in dexter hand a

scroll of paper, within a garland of laurel,

ppr. Nil penna sed usus.

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G-LE

GILMORE, and GILMOUR, Sco., a dexter arm, from shoulder, vested, gu., in hand a sword, ppr.

GILMORE, LITTLE-, of Craigmillar, Bart., Sco., in hand a garland of laurel, ppr. Perse- veranti debetur. .

GILMOUR, Sco., same crest and motto.

GILPIN, Westin. and Curnb., a pine-branch, vert.

GILPIN, an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., in hand a laurel-sprig, vert.

GILPIN, out of a ducal coronet, or, a swan, wings expanded, ppr., collared and lined.

- GILPIN, three spears, or, bound with a ribbon,

thereon the word Fay. Une foy mesme.

comp. GTLROT, Sco., a heart flaming, ppr., winged, or.

Ad finem fidelis. I

GILSLAND, a dexter arm, ppr., vested, ar.,

cuffed, az., in hand a caltrap, of the first. GIMBER, a bear's head, erased, muzzled.

GINGER, a savage's head, affrontee, ppr., be- tween two laurel- branches, vert. II GIPP, Suff., out of a ducal coronet, or, two

wings, expanded, az., semee of etoiles, gold. GIPPS, out of a cloud, in dexter hand a garb,

all ppr.

GIPPS, Kent, out of a mural coronet, or, two

wings, elevated, az., each charged with three

etoiles, in pale, gold. GIRDLER, Eug., a hand plucking a rose, ppr.

GIRDLESTONE, a griffin's head, gorged, with a

bar-dancette"e, in beak two darts, in saltier. GlRDWOOD, Sco., a cock's head, between wings.

comp. GIRFLET, Eng., an arm, in armour, embowed,

ppr., bound round shoulder with a sash, gu.,

in hand a club, sa., spiked, or.

GIRLE, Eng., a garb, or.

GIRLING, Norf., a demi-griffin, az., between

claws, a fleur-de-lis, gu. GIRLING, Norf., on a ducal coronet, or, a wolf's

head, erased, ar. comp.

GIRLINGTON, Lane, and Yorks., a demi-griffin,

wings addorsed, or, holding a bezant.

comp.

GiRON, a horse, ppr.

GISBONE, out of a mural coronet, a demi-lion,

rampant. GISBORNE, Staffs., out of a mural coronet, ar.,

a demi-lion, rampant, ermines, gorged with

a collar, dovetailed, or.

GISBORNE, Iri., a horse's head, az., bridled, gu.

GISE, in dexter hand, couped, in fess, a rose,

all ppr.

GISLAND, a lion's head, ppr.

GISSING, and GISSINGE, Eng., an arm, in ar- mour, in hand a sword, ppr. GIST, Glouc., a swan's head and neck, erased,

erm., collared, gu., between two palm- branches, vert. GIST, and GEST, a swan's head and neck,

erased, between two ostrich-feathers, ar.

see plate GLADHILL, Eng. and Sco., a demi-lion, sa.,

holding a mullet, or.

GLADING, Suss., a unicorn's head. Nil time. GLADSTANES, or GLAIDSTANES, Sco., a demi-

griffin, in dexter a sword, all ppr. fide et

virtute.

GLADSTONE, WILLIAM EWART, Hawarden,

Cheshire, issuant from a wreath of holly,

vert, a demi-griffin, sa., supporting between

the claws a sword, the blade entiled by a

bonnet of holly and bay, also vert, fide et

virtute. i

GLADWIN, Derbs., on a mount, ppr., a lion, se- jant, ar., guttee-de-sang, in dexter a sword,

erect, or. GLANTON, a dexter hand, in armour, throwing

a dart, ppr. GLANVILE, and GLANVILLE, Devons., on a

mount, vert, a stag, trippant, ppr. - GLANVILE, and GLANVILLE, Cornw., a buck,

passant, ppr.

GLANVILE, and GLANVILLE, a dexter arm, hand

clenched, in a maunch, or. .

GLASBROOK, a demi-lion, gu., ducally crowned,

or. see plate

GLASCO, Iri., a demi-lion, rampant, or, holding

a battle-axe, -gu. . GLASCOCK, Ess. , out of a ducal coronet, or, a

dragon's head.

GLASCOCK, Ess., an antelope's head, ar., attired,

or, gorged with a belt, sa., beaked and

rimmed, gold. see plate

GLASFORD, Sco. , issuing from clouds, two hands

conjoined, grasping a caduceus, ensigned

with a cap of liberty, all between two cor-

nucopiae, all ppr. GLASGOW, Sco., a demi-negro, in dexter a

sugar-cane, all ppr. Parere subjectus. GLASGOW, Earl of. See BOYLE. GLASGOW, Sco., a cubit arm, erect, in hand an

imperial crown, all ppr. Quo fas et gloria.

GLASGOW, Cork, an eagle, rising from a rock,

ppr. Dominus providebit. I oo.

GLASIER, Chesh., out of a ducal coronet, gu.,

a dragon's head and neck, wings displayed,

or. see plate go

GLASIER, and GLAZIER, a man's heart, ppr.,

charged with a cinquefoil.

GLASS, Sco., a mermaid, ppr. Luctor non mer-

gor.

GLASS, Eng., a unicorn, rampant, ar. GLASSCOTT, an eagle, displayed, with two heads,

or. Virtute decoratus.

GLASSE, Eng., a demi-lion, or, maned, gu. GLASTENBURY, Eng., a griffin's head, between

wings, each charged with three bezants.

comp. GLASTINGS, an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr.,

in hand a baton, sa. GLASTON, an arm, embowed, in hand a laurel

crown, ppr.

GLASTONBURY, a garb, ppr.

GLAZEBROOK, Lane., a bear's head, or, muzzled,

sa., charged on neck with a fleur-de-lis, in

fess, az. Dum spiro, spero. comp. GLEADOVV, Yorks. and Salop, a lion's head,

erased, az., charged on neck with a cross

pattee, or, between wings, gold, each charged

with a cross pattee, of the first. GLEAME, Norf., a Saracen's head, affrontee,

ppr., wreathed, ar. and sa.

GLEANE, a Saracen's head and shoulders,

affrontee, head wreathed.

GLEAVE, Eng., cupid, with bow and arrow, ppr.

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GLE

GLEDSTANES, Sco.,an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a sword, ppr.

GLEDSTANES, Upton, a demi-griffin, in dexter a sword. Fide et virtute.

GLEG, Sco., a falcon, between claws a part- ridge, ppr. Qui potest, caper e capiat.

GLEG, and GLEGGE, Eng., a demi-eagle, wings expanded, ppr.

GLEGG, a hawk, wings expanded, preying on a partridge, all ppr. -

GLEIG, Sco., in hand a sword, ppr.

GLEIG, Sco., a rose, gu., seeded, or, barbed, vert.

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GLEMHAM, a falcon, volant, ar., beaked and belled, or. I

GLEN, and GLENN, out of a duca! coronet, in hand a swan's head and neck, erased, ppr.

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GLEN, and GLENN, a ferret, collared and lined.

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GLEN, and GLENN, Sco., a martlet, sa. Alta pete. -

GLEN, and GLENN, an arm, embowed, vested, sa., in hand, ppr., a heart, gu.

GLENDENNING, a sword and wheat-ear, in saltier, ppr. .

GLENDENNING, and GLENDONWTN, Sco., on point of sword, a maunch, ppr.

GLENDONYN of Glendonyn, co. Ayr (now re- presented by J. R. Coulthart, Esq. see COULTHART), two arms, dexter and sinister, erect, and embowed, in armour, ppr., grasp- ing a cross crosslet, fitched, or. In cruce glorior.

GLENDOWING, a sword, in pale, on point a maunch. Have faith in Christ.

GLENEAGLES, Sco., an eagle's head, erased, or. Suffer.

GLENELG, Baron, a burning mountain, ppr. Stand suir and Revirescimus.

GLENELG, Baron, a banyan-tree, ppr. Stand suir and Revirescimus.

GLENESTEK, a boar, passant, sa., charged with a pale, ar., thereon a leopard's face, ppr.

see plate

GLENGALL, Earl of (Butler), Iri., out of a ducal coronet, or, a plume of five ostrich-feathers, ar., and therefrom a demi-falcon, rising, of the last. God be my guide. comp.

GLENHAM, Suff., a hawk, wings expanded, ar., beaked and legged, gu., belled, or.

GLENLYON, Sco., Baron, a demi- savage, wreathed about head and waist with oak-leaves, in dexter a dagger, all ppr., hilt and pommel, or, in sinister a key, erect, gold. Furth fortune, and fill the fetters.

GLIN, a lion's head, ppr.

GLOAG, Sco., an eagle, wings addorsed, ppr. Nunquam senescit.

GLOAG, Sco., an eagle, wings expanded. Qui vult caper e capiat.

GLOCESTEU, and GLOUCESTER, a swan's head, between wings, ppr. - *

GLODREDD, Wei., a sheaf of arrows, banded, points upward.

GLODRYDD, Wei., an eagle, rising, in beak a trefoil, slipped.

GLOVER, Lond., Kent and Warw., a cross bow, az., between wings, or.

GLOVER, Sco., within the horns of a crescent, a cock, ppr. Surgite, lumen adcst.

GLOVER. Lond., Norf., and Kent, an eagle,

GOD

displayed, ar., charged on breast with three

ermine spots. GLOVER, Wilts., a talbot, passant, sa., collared,

ar.

GLOVER, a dragon, passant, az.

GLOVER, on a chapeau, sa., turned up, ar.,

wings expanded, of the first. GLOVER, a fleur-de-lis, or, between wings, sa. GLUBB, a demi-lion, az. , bezante'e. see plate GLYN, Cornw., a demi-talbot, erm., eared, or.

comp.

GLYN, an eagle's head and neck, erased. GLYN, Bart., Surr., an eagle's head, erased,

sa., guttee-d'or, in beak an escallop, ar.

see plate GLYN, Dors., Bart., an eagle's head, erased,

sa., guttee-d'or, in beak an escallop, ar.

Firm to my trust. GLYN, a demi-lion, sa., bezante'e. GLYNN, a demi-talbot, rampant, collared, and

lined.

GLYNN, Iri., a lion's head, erased, collared, sa.

GLYNNE, Bart., Wei., an eagle's head, erased,

in beak a brand, raguly, sa., fired, ppr.

see plate GOADEFROY, an arm, in armour, embowed, in

gauntlet a sword, all ppr.

GOAT, and GOATE, a goat, passant, ar., armed,

or. II

GOATER, a wolf, sejant, or, grasping a cross

crosslet, fitched, gu. GOATHAM, a hunting-horn, sa., garnished and

stringed, gu. I. or

GOATLEY, and GOATLY, Kent, a sphinx, couch- ant, or, winged, ar., face and breasts, ppr.

comp. GOBAND, Eng., a mermaid, in hand a dagger,

ppr.

GOBARD, and GOBBARD, Eng., same crest. GOBEL, Eng., a wyvern, vert. -

GOBION, in water, a swan, swimming, wings

elevated, ppr.

GOBLE, a lion, passant, charged on shoulder

with a fleur-de-lis.

GOCHE, a talbot, passant.

GODARD, Hants, and Wilts., a stag's head,

couped, and gardant, gu., attired, or. I GODARD, Lond., Berks., and Hants., a hawk's

head, erased, or, in beak a lure, gu., gar- nished, gold, stringed, of the second GODARD, Norf., an eagle's head, between wings,

or.

GODBOLD, Eng., an arm, in armour, embowed,

in hand an arrow, ppr.

GODBOW, out of a mural coronet, or, a griffin's

head, between wings, gu. GODBY, a chevalier, on horseback, in complete

armour, visor closed, ppr. comp. n GODDARD, Eng., a salamander in flames, ppr.

GODDARD, Wilts., a stag's head, erased at neck,

affrontee, ppr.

GODDARD of Cliffe House, Wilts., a stag's

head, affronted, couped at neck, gu., attired,

or. Cervus non servus. I

GODDART, Sco., a stag's head, affrontde, couped,

gu., attired, or. I

GODDEN, Kent, on a garb, in fess, a bird, close,

in beak a wheat-ear, all or.

GODDIN, Eng., a winged heart, ppr. GODESTON, a buffalo's head, sa.

G-OD





GOL

GODFREY, Bart., Iri., a griffin, passant, sa., in dexter a sceptre, or. God friend and Deus et Libertas.

GODFREY, Eng., a demi-griffin, or.

GODFREY, Kent and Middx., a pelican's head, erased, or, vuliiing, gu. II

GODFREY, Eng., an eagle, displayed, sa.

; GODFREY, Staffs, and Warw., a pelican, wings

addorsed, or, gorged with an Eastern coro-

net, az., in beak a cross crosslet, fitched, gu. GODFREY, Kent, a demi-negro, ppr., in dexter

a cross crosslet, fitched, ar. GODFREY, a leopard's head, 'couped, az. GODIN, Eng., an ox-yoke, in bend, sa., stapled,

az.

GODLEY, co. Leitrim, a unicorn's head, erased,

ar., horned, gu., charged with three trefoils,

slipped, vert. Sans Dieu rien. comp. GODLEY, Iri., a demi-lion, gardant, or, in

dexter a fleur-de-lis, gu. GODMAN, on a mount, vert, a blackcock,

wings displayed, ppr. Calum quid quceri-

mus ultra.

GODMANSTONE, a man's leg, couped at thigh,

ppr.

GODOLPHIN, Devons. and Cornw., a dolphin,

sa., finned, or. II

GODSAL of Iscoyd Park, Wei., a griffin's head,

erased, beaked, or.

GODS ALE, Eng., a griffin's head, erased, beaked,

or.

GODSALL, GODSELL, GODSEL, and GODSEEL, an

arm, erect, in hand a spade, ppr. GODSALL, and GODSELL, a griffin's head, erased.

GODSALOE, Eng., in lion's paw a crescent.

- I GODSALVE, a griffin's head, erased, in mouth a

branch, vert. GODSCHALL, Eng., in lion's paw a crescent.

- GODSON, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand

a broken sword, enfiled with a crown of

thorns, all ppr. GODSTONE, on a chapeau, ppr., a talbot's head.

ar. see plate

GODWIN, Somers., a hawk's leg, erased, ppr.,

belled, or, leashed, gu.

GOD WYN, a griffin, sejant, 'or, gutte"e, sa.' GOFF, or GOFFE, Iri., a stag's head, erased,

gu., armed, ar.

GOFF, or GOFFE, Eng., out of a ducal coronet,

or, a rod, raguly, vert. ' .

GOFF, Hants., a squirrel, sejant, ppr. Fier

sans tache.

GOFF, DAVIS-, of Horetown, Iri., a squirrel,

sejant. Honestas optima politia. GOFTON, Surr., on a chapeau, gu., turned up,

ar., a rose, or, between wings, expanded, az. GOLBORN, and GOLBORNE, Chesh., a man's leg,

couped above knee, vert, spurred, or. GOLBOURN, Eng., a dove and olive-branch, ppr.

.

GOLD, Wilts., a demi-lion, rampant, or. GOLD, Wilts., an eagle's head, erased, az., in

beak a pine, or. GOLDEN, Line., a dragon's head, erased, vert,

collared and lined, or.

GOLDKN, Eng. , a cinquef oil, ppr.

GOLDER, Berks., a demi-lion, rampant, gardant,

or. Semper erect us.

GOLDESBO ROUGH, and GOLDSBROUGH, Eng., a

dexter hand, holding a trident, ppr. I GOLDESBURGH, Yorks. and Ess., a pelican,

wings addorsed, vulning, ppr. comp. GOLDESBURGH, Lond., a demi-lion, rampant.

GOLDFINCH, Kent, a camel , passant, ppr. GOLDFINCH, a goldfinch, ppr.

GOLDFRAP, Eng., a wolf's head, erm. GOLDIE of Craigmure, Sco., a garb, or. Quid

utilius.

GOLDIE, Sco., a garb, or. Honestas. GOLDIE, Sco., an antique crown, or. Nil soli-

dum.

GOLDIE, Eng., in hand a thistle, ppr. II GOLDING, Ess. and Suff., a garb, or. GOLDING, a hind's head, couped, in mouth an

acorn -branch, ppr. comp.

GOLDINGHAM, Norf. and Suff., a lion's gamb,

erect and erased, or.

GOLDINGTON, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, or,

a cock's head, ppr.

GOLDMAN, Sco., a fox, current, ppr. GOLDSMID, Bart., a demi-lion, ar., in paws a

bundle of twigs, erect, or, banded, az. Quis

similis tui in fortibus, Domine ? and Con-

cordid et sedulitate. GOLDSMIDT, two paws of a lion, erased, sup-

porting a crescent, or. .

GOLDSMIDT, a demi-lion, rampant, between

paws, a pillar.

GOLDSMITH, Eng., a bird, close, sa. GOLDSMITH, Hants., a stork, sa., bezante"e, or.

see plate GOLDSMITH, on a mount, a kingfisher, ppr.

"- GOLDSON, Norf., a leopard's head, erased, ar.,

collared and chained, sa., collar charged with

three bezants. GOLDSTON, and GOLDSTONE, a Minerva's head,

ppr.

GOLDSWORTHY, a griffin's head, erased, sa., in

beak a holly-leaf, vert. comp.

GOLDSWORTHY, an eagle's head, erased, in beak

a holly -leaf, vert. GOLDTRAP, Kent, in lion's paw, erased, az., a

baton, or, between wings, elevated, gold.

- H GOLDWELL, out of a well, or, a vine, and two

columbine branches, ppr. GOLDWYER, HENRY, Yatton, Somers., a stag's

head, erased, ppr., attired, or. Cante sed

cej-te.

GOLEVER, Eng., a mermaid, ppr.

GOLIGHTLEY, out of an antique crown, a lion's

head. GOLLOP, Eng., an antelope, trippant, ppr.

GOLLOP, TILLY-, Dors., a demi-lion, in dexter

a broken arrow, gu. Be bolde, be wyse.

see plate GOLOFER, Eng., an eagle's head, couped, ar.

GOLONER, a demi-griffin, ppr., collared, holding

an anchor, az. GOLONER, a lion, passant, gardant, ar., ducally

crowned, or. comp.

GOLSTON, Eng., an eagle's head, couped, ar.

GOLTSHED, two wings, conjoined, or, thereon a

dove, ppr. GOM, two scimitars, in saltier, ppr.

G-OM

GOO

GOMELDON, out of a cloud, an arm, in armour,

embowed and gloved, wielding a spiked mace,

all ppr. GOMM, Middx. and Bucks., two lions' gambs,

in saltier, sa., erased, gu., in each a seax,

erect. >

GONNE, Eng., on a glove, a falcon, ppr.

GONOR, a stag's head, ppr., in mouth a cinque- foil, or, leaved, vert. GONSTON, Lond. and Ess., an antelope's head,

ar., guttee, sa.

GONTON, and GUNTON, Eng., out of an earl's

coronet, a moor's head, affrontee, ppr.

. ii GONVILL, Norf., a dove, ar., beaked and mein-

bered, gu., in beak a flower, stalked, vert.

. GOOCH, Bart., Suff., a talbot, passant, per pale,

ar. and sa. Fide et virtute.

GOOCH, out of a ducal coronet, a stag's head,

collared. camp. I

GOOCH, Norf., a greyhound, passant, ar., spot- ted and collared, sa. camp. GOOCH, Middx. and. Line., a cubit arm, erect,

vested, per pale, embattled, or, in hand a

dragon's head, erased, ppr. GOOCHE, on a ducal coronet, or, a leopard, ar.,

spotted, sa.

GOOD, Eng., on a ducal coronet, or, a leopard,

ar., spotted, sa.

GOOD, Line., on a ducal coronet, or, an otter,

passant, ar. GOOD, an antelope's head, erased, in mouth a

laurel-branch. comp.

GOODACRE, Iri., a unicorn's head, erased, sa..

armed and maned, or. -

GOOD AIR, Lt. -Colonel WILLIAM HENRY, Ashton

Park, Preston, a partridge, in beak a wheat- ear. Possunt quia posse videntur. GOODALE, and GOODALLE, Sco., a cup, ar. Good

God increase.

GOODALL, Suff., an eagle, displayed, ar., beaked

and membered, or, gorged with a chaplet of

grass, ppr. comp.

GOODALL, a dexter arm, embowed, vested, vert,

in hand, ppr., two arrows, in saltier, ar.,

feathered, or. GOODALL, Sco., an eagle, displayed. Toujours

fidele.

GOODBRIDGE, Devons. and Yorks., a thrush,

ppr.

GOODCHILD, Eng., a parrot, ppr. Vincit omnia

veritas.

GOODCHILD, a parrot, ppr., in beak an annulet,

gu. .

GOODDAGE, Ess. and Suff., a greyhound, sejant,

erm., collared and lined, or. .

GOODDEN, a griffin's head, erased, or, wings

addorsed, in beak an olive-branch, ppr.

Jovis omnia plena. comp.

GOODE, Lond. and Cornw., a talbot's head,

erased, gu., ducally crowned, or. GOODE, a lion, passant. I

GOODEAR, and GOODYEAR, a lion's head, erased,

imperially crowned, ppr.

GOODEN, and GOODING, Somers., a dexter arm,

ppr., invested, ar., charged with three bars,

gu., in hand a palm-branch, vert. GOODEN, and GOODING, Suff., a griffin, sejant,

wings expanded, or, guttee, beaked and

clawed, sa.

GOODENOUGH, a demi-wolf, rampant, ppr., be- tween paws an escallop, ar.

GOODENOUGH, Eng., in hand a dagger, in pale, ppr. is

GOODENOUGH, on a chapeau, gu., a lion, couch - ant, or.

GOODERE, Glouc., a partridge, in beak a wheat- ear, all ppr. Possunt, quia posse videntur.

GOODFELLOW, a horse, rampant, gu.

see plate

GOODFORD, Somers., a bear's head, ar., charged on neck with a pellet.

GOODHALL, Line., a boar's head, erased and erect, sa., plattee, and ducally gorged, or.

GOODHAND, an arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., in hand a sword, ar., hilt and pommel, or.

GOODHARD, or GOODHART, on a ducal coronet, a lion, passant, ppr.

GOODHART, Kent, a beehive, or, between two bees, all within a rainbow, terminating in clouds, ppr.

GOODING, a hedgehog, ppr.

GOODISON, Eng., a peacock's head, ppr.

GOODLAD, Lond., a wing, ar.

GOODLAD, Eng. , in a frame, a globe, ppr.

GOODLAKE, a savage, kneeling on left knee, holding over sinister shoulder a club, tied round loins.

GOODLAKE, Berks., on a mount, vert, a wood- wift, or wild man, ppr., holding up his club, or. Omnia bona desuper.

GOODLAW, Lane., a griffin, sejant, ar., support- ing with dexter a column, az.

GOODMAN, Lond., Chesh., and Herts., the battlement and upper part of a tower, ar., thereon a woman, couped at knees, vested, az., hair dishevelled, or, in dexter a rose, gu., stalked and leaved, vert. comp.

GOODMAN, an eagle, with two heads, displayed, sa.

GOODMAN, Wei., out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-eagle, with two heads, erm., displayed.

GOODRICH, a lion's head, couped, ppr.

GOODRICH, Ess., a demi-lion, rampant, couped, ar., in dexter a cross crosslet, or.

GOODRICK, Middx., Line., and Camb., a demi- lion, rampant, sa., collared, or, supporting a battle-axe, ar., handled, gu.

GOODRICK, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-lion, errninois, in paws a battle-axe, erect, az., handle, or. comp . and

GOODRICK, and GOODRICKE, a demi-lion, gu., collared, or, in paws a battle-axe, az.

comp.

GOODRICKE, Bart., Yorks., out of a ducal coro- net, or, a demi-lion, ermines, armed and lan- gued, gu., between paws a battle-axe, ppr., helved, gold. Fortior Hone Justus.

comp.

GOODRICKE, HOLY-OAKE-, Bart., Yorks. and Warw., on a mount, vert, an oak, fructed, ppr. , around lower part of stem an escroll, and thereon a cross patt^e, gu., between the words, Sacra quercus.

GCODROOD, a unicorn's head, gu., collared, or.

GCODSIR, Sco., an eagle's head, erased, ppr. Vututeetfiddttate.

GoonsiR, Sco., a cock, in beak a bunch of keys. Fortiter et fiddlier. \.

GOO





GOR

GOODSON, Eng., a wolf's head, erm., collared,

gu. .

GOODWIN, Devons. and Suff., a griffin, sejant,

wings expanded, or, guttee-de-poix. GOODWIN, a demi- lion, rampant, gardant, sa.,

holding a bezant. GOODWIN, Herts., a griffin's head, ar., wings

addorsed, vair.

GOODWIN, a lion, salient, gardant, sa., holding a

lozenge, vair. GOODWIN, Camb., out of a ducal coronet, ar.,

a nag's head, or, maned and bridled, of the

first. comp. I

GOODWIN, or GOODWYN, Surr. and Suss., an

arm, embowed, vested, or, cuffed, ar., in

hand, ppr., a lozenge, of the second. GOODWIN, Lond., a lion, sejant, gardant, sa.,

holding a lozenge, vair. GOODWYN, Derbs., a griffin, sejant. Fide et

virtute.

GOODWYN, a griffin, sejant, or, gutte*e, sa.

GOOD WEIGHT, Eng., a dove and olive-branch,

ppr. Pro bono ad melioi'a.

GOOGE, Eng., a rose, stalked and leaved, ppr.

Audaces juvat.

GOOGE, Eng., on a ducal coronet, or, a leopard,

passant, ar., spotted, sa. see plate g

GOOLD, Bart., Iri., a demi-lion, rampant, or.

.Deus mihi providebit.

GOOLD, Eng., on a mount, vert, an ermine,

passant, ppr.

GOOLD, Sco., within horns of a crescent, ar., a

buckle, or. I

GOOEICK, a nag's head, erased. I

GOOSELING, in lion's paw, erased, gu., a fleur- de-lis, or. GOOSTEEY, Bucks., a stag's heak, erased, or.

- GOEDON of Sorbie, Sco. (now represented by

J. R. Coulthart, Esq. see COULTHAET), out

of a mural crown, a boar's head, erect and

erased, all ppr. Forward, and fear hot.

. GOEDON of Gordonstone, a cat, salient, armed,

az.

GOEDON, Viscount. See ABEEDEEN, Earl of. GOEDON, Viscount Kenmure. See KENMUEE. GOEDON, Lond., a demi-savage, wreathed

about head and middle with laurel, over

shoulder a club, all ppr. Dread God. GOEDON of Lochinvar, a demi-savage, wreathed

about the head and middle. Dread God.

GOEDON, Sco., out of a cloud, a dexter naked

arm, in hand a flaming sword, all ppr.

Dread God. GOEDON, Sco., a stag, lodged, ppr. Nunc mihi

grata quies.

GOEDON, Sco., a hart, standing at gaze, ppr.

Dum vigilo paro.

GOEDON, Bart., of Gordonstown, Sco., a stag,

at gaze, ppr. Dum sisto vigilo. r.

GOEDON, Bart., of Embo, Sco., a boar's head,

erased, or. Forward without fear. GOEDON, Bart., of Lesmore, Sco., a hart's head,

couped, ppr. Bydand.

GOEDON CUMMING, Bart., of Gordonstoun, Sco.,

a lion, rampant, or, in dexter a dagger, ppr.

Sans crainte and Courage. GOEDON, Bart., of Earlston, Sco., in dexter

hand a sword, ppr. Dread God.

GOEDON DUFF, Bart., of Halkin, Sco., a demi- lion, gu., charged on breast with a mullet, ar., in dexter a sword, erect, ppr., hilt and pommel, or.

GORDON, WILLOUGHBY, Bart., of Niton, Isle of Wight, out of a mural coronet, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, pp.r., charged with a mullet, gu., garnished, or, in hand a falchion, also ppr., enfiled with a boar's head, erect and erased, gold. Animo non astutid.

GOEDON, Bucks, and Notts., a demi-savage, wreathed about head and middle with laurel, holding over shoulder a club, all ppr.

GOEDON, Wilts., in hand an open book, ppr. Veritas ingenio, .

GOEDON of Beldorny, a cross crosslet, fitched. In hoc spes mea.

GOEDON of Clunie, a dove, volant, ar., with an olive-branch in mouth. Pax et libertas.

GOEDON, a boar's head, couped, or. Do ivell, and let them say.

GOEDON of Glenbucket, a boar's head, couped and erect, surrounded by an adder, in orle. Victrix patientia. .

GORDON of Ardmeally, a boar's head, erased, or. Byde be. -

GOEDON of Rothiemav, ademi-man, presenting a gun, all ppr. Vel pax vd bellum. .

GOEDON of Edinglassie, a boar's head, erased, in mouth a sword, ppr. Aut mens aut vita Deus.

GOEDON of Glastirhn, a lion's head, erased and langued, ppr. Divisa conjungo.

GOEDON of Badenscoth, a hart's head, cabossed, ppr. Still bydand.

GOEDON of Birkenburn, a hart's head, couped, ppr., charged with a crescent, ar. Bydand.

. n GOEDON of Myrigg, a deer's head, erased, ppr.

Bydand.

GORDON of Nethermuir, in dexter hand, out of a cloud, a dart, all ppr. Majwes sequor.

- GOEDON of Denguech, in hand a club, ppr.

Manes non f agio.

GOEDON of Farshank, a stag, lodged, ppr.

Bydand to the last.

GORDON of Gight, a buck's head and neck,

affrontee, ppr. Bydand. I

GOEDON of Torquhon, a stag's head, erased,

ppr. Fear God.

GORDON, Eng. and Sco., a boar's head, gu.

- GORDON, a cubit arm, erect, in hand a dagger,

ppr.

GORDON, a buck's head, at gaze, ppr., attired

and ducally gorged, or. Truth prevails.

GORDON, two arms, drawing a bow and arrow,

ppr.

GORDON, Sco., in the sea, a ship under sail,

ppr. Fertur discrimine fructus.

GORDON, Sco., same crest. Nil arduum. GORDON, Sco., in dexter hand, a scimitar.

Dread God.

GORDON, Sco., a cross Calvary, gu., Spero.

GORDON, Sco., in dexter hand, couped, in fess,

a sword, in pale, enfiled with a boar's head,

erased, all ppr. Aut mors, aut vita decora.

GOR

GORDON, Sco., a crescent, ar. Gradatim plena.

GORDON, Sco., an oak, gu. Subtegmine.

GORDON, Sco., a cat, statant, gardant, ppr.

GORDON, Sco., out of a heart, a dexter hand, holding a sword, wavy, ppr.

GORDON, Iri., a boar's head, erased and erect, sa., armed and eared, or.

GORDON, Sco., a greyhound, passant.

GORDON, Sco., a greyhound, passant, ar., col- lared, az. God with us.

GORDON, Eng., a boar's head, couped, gu., en- circled by two serpents, internowed, heads respecting each other, in chief, ppr.

comp.

GORDON of Cairnfield, Banff, a boar's head, erased, or. Dum vigilo, tutus.

GORDON of Cairnbulg, Aberdeens., two naked arms, holding a bow with arrow at full stretch, all ppr. Fortuna sequatur.

GORDON of Knockespock, Aberdeen: (i.) A stag's head, erased, ppr., attired, or. . (.) A stag, at gaze, ppr. Non fraude sed laude and Dum vigilo, tutus. IO

GORDON, CUMING-SKENE of Pitlurg, Aber- deens., a dove, ar., beaked and membered, gu., in mouth an olive-branch, ppr. I hope.

GORDON, TAYLOR-: (i.) For Gordon, an oak- tree. / byde. . (.) For Taylor, a stork, ppr., supporting with dexter an anchor, az. Dum spiro, spero. II

GORDON, Duke of, Sco. , out of a ducal coronet, a stag's head, affrontee.

GORE, Bart., Iri., a wolf, rampant, ar., collared, gu. Sola solus servire Deo.

GOHE, Eng., a leopard, rampant, ppr. In hoc signo vinces. .

GORE, a lion, rampant.

GORE, a wolf, passant, collared and lined.

comp. ii

GORE, Wilts., a bull's head, couped, sa.

GORE, Middx., Herts., and Surr., a wolf, ram- pant, ppr., ducally gorged, or. comp.

GORE, Lond. and Herts., on a mount, vert, a tiger, salient, ar., tufted and maned, sa., ducally gorged, or.

GORELY, and GORLEY, Eng., in hand, in ar- mour, a cross crosslet. fitched, in pale, ppr.

GORE, ORMSBY-, Salop: (i.) For Gore, an heraldic tiger, rampant, ar., ducally gorged, or. see plate . (.) An arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., charged with a rose, gu., m hand a man's leg, in armour, couped at thigh.

GORGE, Eng., a greyhound's head.

GORGES, Somers., a greyhound's head, erased, ar., collared, gu.

GORGES, and GORGIS, Eng., an annulet, or, stoned, az.

GORGES, Iri., a salmon, haurient, ppr.

GORHAM, Eng., a sword, in pale, on point a garland of laurel, ppr.

GORING, Bart., Suss., a lion, rampant, gardant, sa.

GORM, Sco., an eagle's head, sa., bealced, or.

GORMAN, Eng., a horse, saddled, ppr., at full speed.

GOHMAN, Iri., a naked arm, in hand a sword, . ppr.





GOT

GORMANSTON, Viscount, Iri., on achapeau, gu.,

turned up, erm., a fox, statant, ppr. bans

tache. GORNEY, Eng., on a chapeau, gu., turned up,

erm., a lion, passant, ar., resting dexter on a

cinquefoil, or.

GORRIE, and GORREY, Sco. , an eagle's head, sa.

GORT, Viscount, Iri., out of a mural coronet,

gu., a stag's head, ppr. Vincit veritas.

comp. GORT, Viscount, Iri., a lion's head, couped, ar.

Vincit veritas.

GORT, Viscount, Iri., an antelope, trippant,

ppr. Vincit veritas.

GORTON, Eng., out of an earl's coronet, a

moor's head, affrontee, ppr. .

GORWOOD, and GURWOOD, a unicorn's head,

ppr.

GOSELL, and GOSSELL, Norf., out of a ducal

coronet, or, a talbot's head, erm.

GOSFORD, Earl of. a cock, gu., standing on a

trumpet, or. Vigil antibus.

GOSHALL, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, or, in

lion's gamb, gu., an arrow, gold, headed, of

the second. GOSKAR, a Cornish chough, in beak a mullet.

Spes mea in Deo. see plate

GOSLETT, Glouc., a stalk of wheat and a palm-

branch, in saltier, ppr.

GOSLIKE, a griffin's head, couped, between

wings, gu., plate"e, ar.

GOSLING, and GOSOLYN, an eagle's head, erased,

sa., charged with a crescent, erm.

comp. . GOSLING, an eagle's head, erased, ermines,

charged on neck with a bezant, over it a

cross forniee, ar. GOSNALL, and GOSNOLD, Suff., a bull's head,

gardant, per pale, or and vert, horns coun-

terchanged. or

GOSPATRICK, Eng., an antique ship, of one

mast, the sail furled, sa., flag, gu. n Goss or GOSSE, Eng., a falcon, wings expanded

and inverted, ppr., ducally gorged, or.

GOSSELIN, or GOSSELYN, Eng., an antelope's head, erased, ppr.

GOSSELIN of Bengeo Hall, Herts., a negro's head, ppr.

GOSSET, or GOSSETT, Eng., in hand, couped at wrist, a dagger, ppr.

GOSSET, a greyhound's head, erased, ar., col- lared, gu. comp. .

GOSSIP, a martlet, sa.

GOST, Lond., a pheon, or, between wings, ar.

GOSTLLNG, Eng., a phoenix in flames, ppr.

GOSTWICK, or GOSTWYKE, Beds., a griffin's head, between wings, gu.

GOTHAM, Eng., on stump of tree, an eagle, wings addorsed, ppr.

GOTHARD, Northumb. , out of a ducal coronet, a buck's head, ppr. Aquila non captat mus- cas. I

GOTOBED, Eng., a pelican, in her piety, gu.

GOTT, Lond. and Suss., a griffin's head, ermi- nois, between wings, erm.

GOTTES, Camb., a greyhound's head, erased, ar., collared and lined, or. comp. .

GOTTINGTON, Eng., a horned owl, ppr.

GOT





GOTTO, Lend., a griffin's head, sa., between wings, beaked, or. Ab ortu ad occasum.

GOUCELL, a unicorn, passant, or.

GOUCH, Eng., a griffin's head, erased, ppr. Semper eadem.

GOUDIE, Sco., a garb, or. Honestas.

GOUGH, Viscount, of Goojerat : (i.) A boar's head, couped, or. On a scroll over it, Faugli- a-Ballagh. . (.) On a mural coronet, ar., a lion, passant, gardant, or, in dexter, two flag-staffs, in bend, sinister, ppr., one the Union flag, the other a Chinese flag, broken, with device of a dragon, with China on a scroll, over. (.) A dexter arm, faced, vert, displayed, and French eagle, reversed and depressed, staff broken, ppr., with Barrosa, over.

GOUGH, Somers. and Iri., a boar's head, couped, ar.

GOUGH, Somers. and Iri., a boar's head, couped, ar., in mouth a broken spear. I

GOUGHTON, a rose, slipped, gu., leaved and stalked, ppr., between wings. comp.

GOULBOENE, Chesh., a stag's head, or, gorged with a chaplet of laurel, ppr.

GOULBURN, a dove and olive-branch, ppr.

GOULD, Middx., Dors., and Devons., an arm, vested, vert, in hand, ppr., a banner, or, charged with three bars, wavy,.az., and on a canton, ar., a rose, gu.

GOULD, Dors., an arm, embowed, vested, gu., cuffed, or, in hand, ppr., a banner.

GOULD, Iri., a martlet, or.

GOULD, a demi - lion, rampant, or, holding a scroll, ar.

GOULD, Sco., between horns of a crescent, ar., a buckle, or. I

GOULD, Sco., a stag's head, ppr.

GOULD, Devons., a demi-lion, rampant, az., be- zantde. Probitate et labore.

GOULDEN, Eng., a lion's head, erased, ppr.

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GOULDIE, Sco., a garb, or. Quid utttius. GOULDING, Iri., a hawk, jessed, belled, and

hooded, ppr.

GOULDING, Kent, a lion, sejant, sa., support- ing with dexter an escutcheon, or.

see plate GOULD INGHAM, Eng., a lion's gamb, erased.

GOULDNEY, a quatrefoil, ensigned with a lion's

head, erased. GOULDSMITH, Kent, a Cornish chough, ppr.,

guttee-d'eau.

GOULSTONE, an ostrich's wing of five feathers,

alternately, ar. and gu., charged with a

bend, sa.

GOULTON, Yorks., a fleur-de-lis, sa. GOUEE, a wolf, passant, ar., collared and lined,

or. comp. ii

GOUEING, a lion, rampant.

GOUELAY, GOURLEY, and GOUELEE, Eng., a

boar's head, erased, ppr. '-

GOURLAY, and GOUELEY, Sco., a mullet of six

points, or.

GOUELAY, and GOURLEY, Sco., an eagle, issuing.

Prof undo, cernit.

GOURLIE, Sco., two hands conjoined and couped,

in fess, ppr., supporting a cross crosslet,

n'tched, gu.

GOUTON, Eng., out of an earl's coronet, a

black's head, affrontee, all ppr. n

Go VAN, Sco., a sword, in pale, ppr., on point a mullet, ar. Depechez.

GOVE, Eng., out of a mural coronet, or, a demi- monkey, sa.

GOVER, Eng., in a maunch, or, a dexter hand apaume'e, ppr. -

GOVESY, Eng., a demi -woman, ppr., richly attired, az., in dexter a balance. IO GOVETT, a demi-savage, in dexter hand a sheaf of arrows, and pointing with sinister to a crown. . I

Gow, Sco., in hand an escallop, ppr. GOWAN, Sco., a lymphad, her oars in action, sa., flag, gu.

GOWAN, Sco., a bird, close, ppr.

GOWAN, Sco., a sword, in pale, ppr. GOWANS, Sco., a lion's head, erased, ppr., col- lared, or. GOWCELL, Norf., a unicorn, passant, ar. GOWER, Yorks., a demi-eagle, or. GOWEE, Ess. and Wore., a wolf's head, erased, or. GOWEE, Iri., two wings, displayed, or. GOWEE, Lond., a talbot, sejant. GOWER, Berks, and Yorks., a wolf, passant, ar., or. Frangas, non flectes. GOWLAND, Durh., a bezant, charged with a mount, vert, thereon a stag. GOWSHELL, Norf., a bull's head, cabossed, ppr.

GOYLIN, a greyhound's head, between two roses, gu., stalked and leaved, ppr. GRABEN, an eagle, displayed, or, gorged with a chaplet of leaves, vert. comp.

GEABHAM, Somers., on a mount, vert, a boar's head, erased, or, gutte'e-de-sang, entwined by a snake, ppr. L'Esperance du salut. GEABY, and GREBY, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-eagle, displayed, ppr. ,

GRABY, and GREBY, out of a ducal coronet, or, an eagle, displayed, or, armed, gu. GRACE, Bart., Iri., a demi-lion, rampant, ar. En grace affie and Concordant nomine facta. - H

GEACE, Bart., Iri., a boar's head and neck, erased, or. En grace affie and Concordant nomine facta.

GEACE, Eng., a demi-lion, rampant, ar. GEACE, Eng., a lion, passant. I

GEACE, Bucks., a lion, rampant.

GEACIE, Sco., a fox, current. .

GEADEN, Sco., a urus's head, erased, ppr. GEADEN, Sco., a demi- otter, erect, sa., devour- ing a fish, ppr. GEADOCK, and GEADOCKE, a horse-shoe, az., between wings, ppr. GEADWELL, a stag, trippant, ppr., collared and chained, or, charged with a rose, gu. Nil desperandum. comp. GEADY, Iri., a horse's head, ar. I GEADY, Eng., a demi-lion, rampant, ppr. , Perths., an eagle, volant, ppr. Ardentcr

proscquor

alis.

:

Perths., a lion, rampant, gu. Noli me tang ere.

GE^ME of Inchbrakie, Perths., in hand a gar- land, ppr. A Deo victoria.

GREME, Sco., a stag, lodged, ppr. Cubo ut excubo. So.

GR^ME, Sco. and Eng., the rising sun, ppr.

GRAEME, Durh., a cubit arm, in hand a laurel- chaplet, ppr. .

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GRA

GRAFTON, Duke of, on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erin., a lion, statant, gardant, or, ducally crowned, az., and collared. Et decus et pretium recti. -

GRAFTON, Lond., Bucks., Wore., and Salop, on trunk of tree, couped and eradicated, an eagle, rising, all or.

GRAHAM, a greyhound, passant. .

GRAHAM, Bart., of Esk, Cumb., two wings, addorsed. or. Reason contents me. -

GRAHAM, Bart., of Netherby, Cumb., a crown - vallery, or. Reason contents me.

GRAHAM, Bart., of Norton Conyers, a crown- vallery, or.

GRAHAM, Bart., Yorks. and Cumb., out of the battlements of a tower, two arms, in armour, ppr., in hands an escallop, sa. Fideiiter ct diligenter.

GRAHAM, Cumb., two wings, conjoined, or.

- GRAHAM of Morphie, an eagle, devouring a

crane. Ne oublie.

GRAHAM of Meiklewood, a stork. Auxiliante,

resurgo. .

GRAHAM of Gartmore, an eagle, displayed, in

dexter a sword, in pale, ppr. For right and

reason.

GRAHAM of Duntroon, a flame of fire, ppr.

Recta sursum.

GRAHAM of Killern, a falcon, killing a stork,

ppr. Memor esto. .

GRAHAM of Orchill, an eagle, volant, ppr.

Prosequor alis.

GRAHAM of Braco, two hands, issuing out of a

cloud, in each a sword. Defendendo vinco.

GRAHAM of Carrock, a lion, rampant, gu. Noli me tanyere.

GRAHAM of Meikle, a star, ppr. Auxiliante, resurgo.

GRAHAM of Dougalstoun, an escallop, or. Pig- nus amoris. I

GRAHAM of Balchlave, a stag, lodged, gu. Oubo ut excubo. ' .

GRAHAM of Balgowan, a dove, ppr. Candide et secure.

GRAHAM of Fintry, a phoenix in flames, ppr. Bon Jin.

GRAHAM of Drynie, a falcon, ppr., beaked, or, standing on a heron. Ne oublie. .

GRAHAM of Limekilns, an arm, from shoulder, in hand a tilting-spear, ppr. Pro regc.

GRAHAM, Sco., in hand a sword, in pale, ppr. Non immemor.

G UAH AM of Gorthey, two arms, issuing from a cloud, erect, and holding up a man's skull, encircled with two branches of palm-tree, and over the head a marquess's coronet. SepuUu viresco.

GRAHAM of Grahamshall, Sco., a lion, couch- ant, under a sword, in pale, ppr. Nee temere nee timide.

GRAHAM of Inchbraikie, Sco.. in hand a gar- land, ppr. A Deo victoria.

GRAHAM of Monargan, Sco., a flame of fire, ppr. Nunquam deonsum.

GRAHAM of New Wark, Sco., a pelican's head, couped, ppr.

GRAHAM, an oak-branch, erect, ppr., bearing one acorn.

GRAHAM, an eagle's head, erased, gu. Right and reason.

GRAHAM, Sco., a demi-eagle, wings expanded, ppr. Right and reason.

GRAHAM of Airth Castle, Stirling, in naked hand, a dagger, erect, ppr. Non immemor.

GRAHAM of Burntshiels, Renfrew, an eagle, devouring a stork, all ppr. Nes oubliez.

GRAHAM of Meiklewood, Stirling, a star, ppr. Auxiliante, resurgo.

GRAHAM, out of a cloud, in fess, a hand reach- ing to garland, all ppr. Numen et omnia.

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GRAHAM, within a wreath of cypress, vert, out of clouds, two arms, embowed, ppr., holding

a skull, ar., crowned, or. GRAHAM, an escallop, or. i

GRAHAM, Westm., an arm, in armour, embowed,

in hand a cutlass, ppr.

GRAHAM, Sco., an eagle's head, ppr., beaked,

or. Right and reason.

GRAHAM, Sco., a vol, ppr. Reason contents me.

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GRAHAM, Sco. , a falcon, ppr. Prcedce memor.

GRAHAM, Sco., a dove, ppr. Candide et secure.

. II

GRAHAM, Iri., in hand, in fess, couped, a fleur- de-lis, or.

GRAHAM-MAXWELL, Sco.: (i.) An eagle, re- gardant, rising from the top of a rock, all ppr. Souvenez. . (.) A stag's head, cabossed. Prospero sed euro.

GRAINGER, Ess., a dexter arm, couped, az., purfled, or, cuffed, ar., in hand, ppr., by the chains, of the second, a portcullis, gu.

GRAISON, a stag, lodged, regardant, ppr.

GRAMMER, Herts., a demi-lion,- rampant, az., billette'e, or. Fax mentis incendium gloria.

GRANARD, Earl of, Sco., a bear, passant, ar., gutteVde-sang, and muzzled, gu.

GRANGE, a holly-branch, vert.

GRANGE, Eng. , a demi-bear, rampant, ppr.

GRANDFORD, Eng., a hawk, perching on a fish, ppr.

GRANDGEORGE, Line., a stag's head, ar., gorged with a bar-gemelle, gu.

GRANDGEORGE, Line., a stag's head, couped, guttee.

GRANDISON, and GRANSON, Eng., a female, supporting a portcullis, ppr.

GRANDIVILLE, and GRANVILLE, Eng., a griffin's head, between wings, ppr.

GRANDON, out of a heart, a hand holding a cutlass, ppr.

GRANDORGE, or GRAIN D'ORGE, Yorks.: (i.) A hawk, perched, ppr. . (.) A stag's head, ar., gorged with a bar-gemelle, gu.

GRANDORGE, Line., a stag's head, couped, guttle, in mouth an ear of barley, vert.

GRANDSON, Eng., out of a heart, gu., a hand holding a scimitar, ppr.

GRANDSON, Eng., a poplar-tree, ppr.

GRANDVELL, a greyhound's head, sa., collared and ringed, or. IO

GRANDVILLE, a griffin, passant, or.

GRANE, Yorks., a wolf, passant, in mouth a pen, gold.

GRANE, a boar, passant, sa., collared and lined, or. comp. II

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GRA

GRANELL, round a plieon, shafted, a serpent,

entwined, ppr. I

GRANGE, Lond., in lion's gamb, erect and

erased, ppr., a branch of pomegranates, or.

GRANGE, Norf. and Cambs., a demi-antelope,

or, attired, maned, armed, and hoofed, sa.

. n

GRANGER, Staffs. , a griffin, passant. Honestas optima politia.

GRANGER, a dexter arm, embowed, in hand three wheat- ears, all ppr.

GRANT, Iri., a cat, rampant.

GRANT, Bart., of Dalvey, Sco., on stump of oak-tree, sprouting, the sun shining, all ppr. Tefarente, virebo.

GRANT, Bart., of Monymusk, Sco., a Bible, displayed, ppr. Jehovah Jirch.

GRANT, Sco., a burning hill, ppr. Stand sure Standfast.

GRANT of Ballendalloch, Sco., an oak-tree, ppr. Suo se robore firmat.

GRANT of Cullen, a book, expanded. Suum cuique.

GRANT of Currimony, Sco., a demi-savage, ppr. m stand sure.

GRANT of Gartenbeg, Sco., on trunk of oak- tree, sprouting, the sun shining, all ppr. Wise and harmless.

GRANT of Kilgraston, Sco., the Roman fasces, ppr. Leges juraque serva. go.

GRANT of Achnanie, Sco., a cock, ppr. Au- dacia.

.GRANT of Glenmoriston, Inverness, a moun- tain, in flames, ppr. Stand firm. GRANT of Preston Grange, Sco., a demi-Her- cules, with lion's skin, ppr. Non inferiora secutus. i. ii GRANT of Rothiemurchus, Sco., an arm, in ar- mour, in hand a broadsword, ppr. In God is att my trust. GRANT of Darlway, in dexter hand a branch

of oak, ppr. Rudem formant frondes. GRANT of Blackburn, an arm, in armour, em- bowed, in hand a sword, all ppr. Fortitudine.

GRANT of Invereshie, a cat, sejant, fore-feet

erected, ppr. Parcere subjectis..

GRANT, Sco., a rock, ppr. Immobile.

GRANT, Sco., an oak-tree, ppr. Suo se robore

firmat.

GRANT, Sco., in dexter hand a dagger, in pale,

ppr. Ense et animo.

GRANT, Warw., a fleur-de-lis, az.

GRANT, a boar's head, couped.

GRANT, Lond. and Hants., a demi-lion, ar.

Tanquam despicatus sum, vinco.

GRANT, MACPHERSON-, Bart., Elgin: (i.) In

dexter hand a dirk, in pale, ppr. .

( ) A cat, sejant, fore-feet erected, gardant,

ppr. Touch not the cat, bot the glove and

Esne et animo.

GRANTHAM, Line., a moor's head, couped at

shoulders, ppr., crined, or.

GRANTHAM, Line., a demi- griffin, gu.

GRANTHAM, in hand, erect, couped at wrist, a dagger, ppr.

GRANTHAM, Middx., a mercurial cap, placed above a scimitar, edge downwards, and ca- duceus, in saltier, thereon a Turk's head, affrontee, erased at shoulders, ensigned with a turban, all ppr.

GRANTHAM of Ketton Grange, Rutland, a

demi-griffin, gu. Honore et amore. GRANTLEY, Baron, a man's head, couped at

shoulders, wreathed with ivy, ppr., tied, ar.

and az. Avi numerantur avoi'um. i GRANVILLE, Earl, a wolf, passant, ar., collared

and lined, or. Frangas nonflectus.

comp. II GRANVILLE, Warw., on a chapeau, a griffin, or.

Deo, patrice, amicis.

GRANVILLE, Somers., on a mural coronet, ar.,

a serpent, no wed, vert. in. I

GRANVILLE, a griffin's head, between wings,

ppr.

GRAPE, Berks., on a mount, vert, a stag, graz- ing, erminois, collared, gu. GRASSAL, and GRASSALL, an arm, in armour,

embowed, in hand a dagger, ppr. GRASSICK, Sco., in dexter hand three arrows.

Defend. comp.

GRASSICK of Buchuam, a lion's head, gu. Fear

God, and spare not.

GRATTAM, a dove, standing on a barrel, in

dexter a sceptre, all ppr. GRATTON, Eng., on a heart, an eagle's leg,

ppr.

GRATWICK, Suss., an ostrich's head, or, in beak

a horse -shoe, ar.

GRAUNDORGE, Line., a stag's head, ar., gorged

with a bar-gemelle, gu.

GRAUNDORGE, Line., a stag's head, couped,

guttee.

GRAVATT, Eng., a wolf, passant.

GRAVE, Berks., within an annulet, az., an

escutcheon, sa. GRAVE, Iri., a cock, sa., combed and wattled,

gu.

GRAVE, Suss., Yorks., and Cornw., an eagle's

head, erased, or, beaked, gu., enfiled with a

ducal coronet, ar. GRAVE, and GRAVES, Eng., out of a ducal

coronet, an eagle, displayed, or, armed, gu. GRAVELEY, RICHARD, Newick, Lewes, and

Gravely, Herts., a mullet.

GRAVES, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, or, a

demi-eagle, wings expanded.

GRAVES, Eng., a squirrel, sejant, ermines.

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GRAVES, Baron, Iri., a demi-eagle, displayed and erased, or, encircled round body and below wings with a ducal coronet, ar. Aquila non captat muscas. comp.

GRAVES, Glouc., a demi-eagle, erased, or, en- vironed with a ducal coronet, gu., in beak a cross crosslet, fitched, of the last.

GRAVES, a demi-eagle, wings expanded.

GRAY, Wheatfield, upon a rock, ppr., a bear's paw, erased, grasping a snake entwined around it.

GRAY, Baron, Sco., an anchor, in pale, or. Anchor, fast anchor.

GRAY, Northumb., on a ducal coronet, or, a phoenix in flames, ppr.

GRAY, Northumb., out of a ducal coronet, a demi-swan, ppr. comp.

GRAY, Ess., a ram's head, couped, ar. -

GRAY, Iri., in hand a dagger, in pale, ppr.

GRAY, Sco., an anchor, cabled, in the sea, ppr.

Fast.

GRAY, HAMILTON, Lanark : (i.) For Gray, ao

GrRA

ir

GRE

anchor, cabled, in the sea, ppr. Fast.

. (.) For Hamilton, out of a ducal

coronet, or, an oak-tree, ppr., transversed by

a saw. Through.

GRAY, a lily, slipped, ppr. -

GRAY, Sco., a heart, gu. Constant.

GRAY, Sco. and Eng., an anchor, rope waved,

ppr. Anchor, fast anchor.

GRAY, Durh., in lion's gamb, erased, a serpent.

GRAY, a scaling-ladder, ensigned with a ram's

head. De bon vouloir servir le Hoy. GRAY, the sun, or, charged with a unicorn,

passant, ar.

GRAY of Warriston, a lily, slipped, seeded and bladed, ppr. Viget in cinere virtus. - GRAYDON, Eng., two lions' gambs, erect, sup- porting an escutcheon. GRAYHURST, Eng., a dove, az., with an olive- -branch, ppr. . GRAYLEY, Ess., in hand a fish, ppr. GRAYSON, Eng., out of a tower, a demi-lion, ducally crowned, holding a ball, fired, ppr.

GRAZEBROOK, and GRAZERBROOK, a bear's head, or, muzzled, sa., charged on neck with three fleurs-de-lis, in fess. | comp.

GREAM, Yorks., two wings, addorsed, or. GREATHEAD, Warw., on a mount, vert, a fleur- de-lis, or.

GREATHEAD, on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a martlet, wings addorsed, sa.

see plate

GREATHEAD, Eng., a savage's head, ppr.

GREATOREX, Eng., a goat's head, ppr.

GREAVES, Staffs., an eagle, displayed, or,

winged, gu. Aquila non captat muscas

Suprema qucero and Dum spiro, spero.

- GREAVES, Lane., out of the top of a tower,

Epr., a demi-eagle, or, wings expanded, gu., i beak a cross crosslet, fitched, ar., charged

on breast with a rose, of the third, leaved,

vert. Spes mea in Deo. GREAVES, Warw., an eagle, with two heads,

displayed, sa., beaked and membered, or.

GREAVES, Derbs., Kent, and Suss., a demi-

spread eagle, or, winged, gu. IO.

GREAVES, an arm, in armour, embowed, in

hand a dagger, ppr.

GREAVES, Iri., a cubit arm, in armour, in hand

a cross crosslet, fitched, ppr.

GREBELL, a greyhound's head, erased, ar. ,

pailette'e, collared and ringed, or.

comp. . GREBY, Eng., a demi-eagle, in dexter a branch

of laurel, ppr.

GREEKE, Lond., trunk of tree, couped at top,

and erased at root, ppr., issuing from towards

the top two branches, vert, thereon suspended,

on a belt, gu., a Grecian target, or, charged

with a stag, az. GREEN, Norf. and Oxon., a stag's head, erased,

az., attired, or.

GREEN, Oxon., a buck's head, or, charged with

a mullet, sa. GREEN. Herts., Scmers., Berks., and Ess., a

buck's head, erased, erm., attired, or. GREEN, Bucks, out of a mural coronet, ar , a

demi-lion, rampant, purp., in dexter a slip

of laurel, vert. .

GREEN, Lond. and Berks., a stag's head, erased and attired, or, charged on neck with a pheon, -'' sa., and under it three guttees-de-sang. GREEN, Norf. and Ess., a buck's head, erased, az., attired, or. Vive valeque.

GREEN, a griffin's head, erased and collared, in beak a key. comp. and

GREEN, Chesh., a demi-stag, salient, or. GREEN, an antelope's head, ppr.

GREEN, a stag, trippant, ppr.

GREEN, a griffin's head, erased, in mouth a tre-

foil, slipped, ppr. see plate

GREEN, a demi-grey hound.

GREEN, Iri., a sinister arm, in armour, embowed,

ppr., in hand a shield, or.

GREEN, a stag's head, ar., attired, or, gorged

with a chaplet of laurel, ppr.

GREEN, Kent, out of a mural coronet, gu., a

horse's head, ar., maned, or. GREEN, a cubit arm, erect, vested, vert, cuffed, or, in hand a holly -branch, fructed, ppr. Virtus semper viridis.

GREEN, Ess., a lion, sejant.

GREEN, Herts., Notts., and Yorks., a wood- pecker, pecking at a staff, raguly, couped and erect, ppr.

GREEN, a rose, gu., barbed, vert, seeded, or, environed by two laurel-branches, ppr. GREEN, Herts., a squirrel, sejant, bendy sinis- ter, ar. and sa., in paws an escallop, or.

see plate GREEN, on a mount, vert, a squirrel, sejant,

ppr., holding an escallop, az. GREEN, Herts., on a mount, vert, an escallop,

az.

GREEN, Norf., a dragon, sans wings, passant. GREEN, Lond. and Norf., a buck's head, erased, or, attired, murally gorged, and chained, ar.

see plate

GREEN, Iri., an eagle, displayed, ppr., charged on breast with a quadrangular lock, ar. Memor esto.

GREEN of Pavenham Bury, Beds., a buck, trippant, or. Semper viridis.

GREENALL, out of a mural coronet, a demi- lion, in dexter a palm-branch. GREENAWAY, Eng., a demi-eagle, issuant, wings expanded, ppr. GREENAWAY, a lion, sejant, or, in paws a scal- ing-ladder, gu. GREENAWAY, Glouc. , a griffin's head, erased,

az., in beak an annulet, or.

GREENE, Iri., a horse's head, sa,, between

wings, or.

GREENE, Eng., a stag, passant, ar.

GREENE, Leic., out of park pales, in a circular

form, a stag's head, ppr., attired, or. GREENE, Waterford, out of a ducal coronet, a stag's head. Nee timeo, nee sperno. I GREENE, Staffs., a stag's head, erased, or.

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GREENFIELD, Monm., a griffin, passant, wings elevated, or, resting dexter on a clarion, gu. In jus si virescunt.

GREENFIELD, a branch of oak, vert, and a cross crosslet, fitched, in saltier, gu.

GREENFIELD, on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a griffin, statant, ar., beaked and mem- bered, or. GREENFIELD, Eng., on a ducal coronet, or, a griffin, sejant, ppr., resting dexter on a shield, ar.

GBE

GREENHALGH, and GKEENHAUGH, Eng., a stork,

sa. US-

GKEENHAUGH, a greyhound, passant. ^ . GREENHILL, Lond. and Middx., a demi-griffin,

gu., powdered with thirty-nine mullets, or.

Honos alit artes.

GREENHILL, a demi-griffin, segreant, ar. An- other, or. GREENING, Eng., a nag's head, ar. I GREENLAND, Eng., a dexter arm, in hand a

bomb, fired, ppr.

GREENLAW, Sco., an eagle's head, erased, sa.,

in beak an acorn-slip, ppr.

GREENLAW, on a mount, a cubit arm, in armour,

environed by a snake, vert, in hand, ppr., a

spear, in bend. GREENLEES, and GREENLESS, Sco., out of a

mount, a sprig growing, ppr. Viresco. GREENLOGH, a griffin's head, erased. GREENLY, Heref., a demi-stag, springing, on

shoulder an escallop, az. FaU-y-gaUo.

camp. GREENOUGH, Lond., the sun in splendour, ppr.,

within the circumference of a bugle-horn,

sa., stringed, gu., rimmed and mounted, or. GREENOUGH, Lond., a stag's head, erased,

attired, or, in mouth a fleur-de-lis, az.

comp. GKEENOUGH, a cock, crowing, between two

adders, in orle, their tails in saltier. GREENSMITH, Derb., a dove, close, ar., beaked

and legged, gu.

GREENSTREET, Kent, a dragon's head, erased,

ar., guttle, gu., ducally gorged, az. GREENVILE, Bucks., a garb, vert.

GREENVILE/ Cornw., out of a ducal coronet,

or, a plume of feathers, thereon a dove rising,

ar. GREENVILE, Eng., a griffin's head, wings ad-

dorsed, or.

GREENVILE, a griffin, passant, or, collared, sa.

comp.

GREENWAY, Surr., a griffin's head.

GREENWAY, Warw., a griffin's head, erased, az.

GREENWAY, Devons., a griffin's head, erased,

az., in mouth an anchor, gu. GREEN WELL, Durh., a stork, ppr., beaked and

legged, gu., round neck a chaplet of laurel,

vert. GREENWELL, Lond. and Durh., an eagle's head,

ar., beaked, gu., gorged with a chaplet of

laurel, vert. GREENWOOD, a demi-lion, sa., between paws a

saltier, humettee, or.

GREENWOOD, a tiger, sejant, or.

GREENWOOD, Suff. and Oxon., a lion, sejant,

sa., holding a saltier, ar. GREENWOOD, Norf. and Yorks., a mullet, sa.,

between wings. Ut prosim. i

GREER, Eng., in hand, vested, gu., cuffed, or,

a trefoil.

GREER, a round padlock, ppr.

GREERSON, Eng., a fetterlock, ar. -

GREET, Eng., a cock's head, erased, or. GREETE, a demi-greyhound, ar., collared, az.

GREETHAM, Eng., two hands, issuing, holding

a two-handed sword, ppr.

GREETHEAD, a fleur-de-lis, ar.

GREG, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand

a scimitar, az., hilt and pommel, or.

QBE

GREG of Norcliffe Hall, Chester, an arm, in

armour, embowed, in hand a scimitar, az.,

hilt and pommel, or. E'en do and spair not

and S'Rioghal mo Dkream.

GREGAN, Cornw., a Saracen's head, affrontee,

surmounting a javelin, in bend, all ppr. GREGG, Eng. , a lion, passant, gardant, az.

GREGG, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, or, an eagle's head and neck, in beak a trefoil, slipped, of the same.

GREGOR, Sco., in hand a dagger, point down- ward, ppr. Pro patria. II GREGOR, Eng., a hind's head, erased, gu. GREGOR, Corn. , a garb, or. GREGORIE, Notts., a garb, or, banded, gu. . GREGORSON, Sco., a lion's head, erased, crowned with an antique crown. E'en do and spare not. comp. I GREGORY, Sco., trunk of oak-tree, sprouting. Nee deficit alter. GREGORY, Leic., a demi-boar, rampant, sa., collared, or. GREGORY, Sco., a sphere. Altius. i GREGORY, Lane, and Salop, two lions' heads, addorsed and erased, az. and ar., collared, or. GREGORY, Line., out of a ducal coronet, or, a maiden's head, ppr., vested, gu. GREGORY, three garbs, or. GREGORY, Middx., a demi-boar, salient, ar.,

armed and crined, or, collared, az. GREGORY, Lond., a demi-boar, erect, sa. GREGSON, Durh. and Derbs., an arm, couped at elbow, vested, in hand, ppr., a battle-axe, or, handle, sa., tied round wrist with a ribbon. Vigilo.

GREHAM, Iri., a demi-bull, sa., armed, or.

GREIDEN, Sco., a demi-otter, sa., devouring a

fish, ppr.

GREIG, Sco., a boar's head, ppr. Persevere.

GREIG of Glencarse, a falcon, rising, belled,

and ducally gorged, ppr. Certum petefinem.

i- J

GREIG, Eng., a falcon, rising, belled and du- cally gorged, ppr. GREIG, Sco., an arm, in armour, embowed, in

hand a scimitar, ppr. Strike sure. GREIR, and GRIER, Sco., a fetterlock, az. Hoc

securior.

GREIVE, Sco., an arm, in armour, in hand a

scimitar, ppr. .

GREIVE, Sco., an arm, in armour, in hand a

dagger. Qua fidem servasti.

GREIVE, Northumb., a martlet, sa. J'ai la clef.

GREIVE, Sco., a ram's head, ppr. Pro rege ct

grege.

GRELLEY, Eng., in hand a fish, ppr. GRELLIER, Eng., a demi-eagle, displayed, or.

GREMISTON, out of a crescent, ar., a lion's face,

sa., crowned with an antique crown, or. GRENDALL, a lion, passant, or, holding a flag,

ar., staff, sa.

GRENDON, Eng., a decrescent, or.

GRENE of Cappamurra, Tipperary, a wolf's

head, erased.

GRENEHALGH, Notts., a bugle-horn, stringed.

Omnia debeo Deo. i. or

GRENEWELL, Durh., a stork, close, ppr., beaked

and legged, gu., gorged with a chaplet, vert.

G-RE





GUI

GRENFELL, Bucks., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a griffin, passant, or.

comp. and

GRENFELL, Eng., a griffin, passant, ppr.

GRENFORD, Eng., a hunting-horn, gu., veruled, or. i.

GRENSBY, Eng., in sinister hand a bow, ppr.

GRENTMESNELL, Eng., a plume of ostrich- feathers, ar.

GRENVELE, Lond., a sinister arm, couped and einbowed, ppr., vested, gu., in hand a bow.

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GRENVILLE, Lord Grenville, a garb.

GRENVILLE, Lord Glastonbury, a garb. Una cequus virtute.

GRESELEY, Eng., an owl, ppr.

GRESELEY, Bart, Eng., a lion, passant, ermine. Mdiorefide quam fortund. I

GRESHAM, on a mount of grass, vert, a grass- hopper, or. no. II

GRESLEY, Staffs., a lion,- passant, erm., col- lared, gu.

GRESOUN, Sco., a fetterlock. Hoc securior.

- GRESQUE, Line., a lion, passant, ar., guttee, sa.,

collared, gu. GRESSEY, a talbct, sejant, sa.* collared and

lined, or.

GRESTEY, a lion, passant. I

GRETTON, Suff., an arm, couped at shoulder, in

hand a truncheon. GREVE, Herts., a squirrel, sa., charged with

two bends, sinister, ar., holding an escallop,

or. GREVILE, a greyhound's head, erased, sa.,

collared and ringed, or. GREVILE, Warw., out of a ducal coronet, gu.,

a demi-swan, wings expanded, ar., beaked,

of the first. -

GREVIS, Eng., the sun, or.

GREVIS, Kent, a squirrel, between paws an

escallop, or. GREY, Earl, a scaling-ladder, ar. De bon vou-

loir server le Roy.

GREY of Norton, Durh., same crest and motto. GREY, Beds., Ess., and Herts., a demi- woman,

couped at waist, ppr., hair flotant, or, in

each hand a sprig of laurel, vert. GREY, Northurnb., out of a ducal coronet, or, a

swan, rising, wings elevated, ar., charged on

breast with a trefoil, gu. De bon vouloir

servir le Roy.

GREY, Sco., a badger, ppr.

GREY, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-swan,

ar., beaked, gu. comp.

GREY, Sco., an anchor, entwined with a cable,

PP^ -

GREY, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, gu., a demi-

eagle, ppr.

GREY, Durh., on a sinister glove, in fess, ar., a

falcon, rising, or, encircled with a branch of

honeysuckle, ppr. GREY, a fox, passant, regardant, ppr.

see plate . GREY, Northumb., a scaling-ladder, ar.

- GREY, Chesh., in front of the sun, in splendour,

ppr., a unicorn, erect, erm., armed, crested,

and unguled, or.

GREY, Leic., out of a ducal coronet, az., a

demi-peacock, in pride, ppr.

GREY, a wyvern, wings addorsed, supporting

with dexter a staff, raguly. GREY, Northumb., a ram's head, ar. GREY, Norf. and Yorks., a dragon's head, or.

GREY, on a chapeau, gu.. turned up, erm., a

wyvern, or. Foy en tout. GREY, on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a

wyvern, wings elevated and addorsed, or.

A ma puissance.

GREY, Heref., on a mount, vert, a bear, or. GREY, Suff., a unicorn, passant, gu., bezantee,

crined, armed, hoofed, and ducally gorged,

or. comp. plate

GREY, a demi-lion, rampant, holding a scaling- ladder. GREYNDOUR, Eng., a squirrel, sejant, cracking

a nut, ppr.

GREYSTOCK, Eng., a lion, passant, gardantj or.

Volo, non valeo.

GRICE, Norf., a boar, passant, sa., ducally

gorged, or. comp. II

GRIERSON, Iri., a demi-lion, rampant, in dexter

a rose.

GRIERSON, Eng., a dolphin, naiant, az. GRIERSON, Iri., a phoenix, in flames, ppr.

GRIERSON, Bart., Sco., a fetterlock, ar. Hoc

securior.

GRIERSON, Sco., a branch of fir, ppr. Spem

renovat.

GRIERSON, out of a ducal coronet, or, an arm,

erect, ppr., in hand a key, gold. GRIESDALE, a dexter hand, in fess, holding a

sword, in pale. GRIEVE, Sco., an anchor, in pale, ppr. Can-

dide et caute. n

GRIEVE, Eng., an escallop, or, between wings,

gu.

GRIEVE, Sco., an arm, in armour, in hand a

dagger. Hoc securior.

GRIEVE, Sco., a cock, regardant, ppr. GRIEVES, Eng., a pelican's head, erased, vuln-

ing, ppr. II

GRIFFEN, a unicorn's head, erased, az., bezantee.

comp. GRIFFETH, Eng., a griffin's head, erased, or.

Non crux, sed lux.

GRIFFIN, Lond., Northamp., and Warw., a

talbot's head, erased, sa. .

GRIFFIN, Staffs., a woman's head, couped at

breasts, ppr., hair flotant, or.

GRIFFIN, a talbot's head, erased, ppr. GRIFFINHOOFE, a griffin's head, or.

GRIFFIS, Eng., a peacock, in pride, ppr. . I GRIFFITH, Wei., a buck's head, cabossed, per

pale, or and sa.

GRIFFITH, Eng., a woman's head, couped at

.breasts, ppr., hair flotant, or.

GRIFFITH, Somers., a wolf's head, couped, sa ,

seme'e of etoiles, or.

GRIFFITH, a lion, rampant, sa.

GRIFFITH, Wei., a lion, passant, sa. I GRIFFITH, a stag's head, erased, in mouth a

sprig of laurel, ppr. GRIFFITH, on a mount, vert, a squirrel, sejant,

gu., holding a hazel-branch, fructed, cracking

a nut, ppr. comp.

GRIFFITH, Iri., a dexter arm, embowed, in hand

a dagger. -

GRIFFITH, on a ducal coronet, a griffin, sejant.

see plate

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GRIFFITH, W. W., Castell March, Wales, out of a mural coronet, a demi-lion, in dexter, a palm-branch. A fynno Daw deued.

GRIFFITHS, Wore., a demi-lion, rampant, gu.

GRIFFITHS, Heref., a wolf's head, couped, sa., semee of etoiles, or. Firmitas et sanitas.

comp.

GRIFFITHS, a demi-moor, affronted, charged on breast with three suns, ppr., girt round middle with a band rayonne'e, in dexter a spear.

GRIFFITHS, a stag's head, cabossed, between the attires an etoile of eight points, or.

comp. I

GRIGBT, an ounce's head, erased, ppr., col- lared, ar., charged with two mullets, gu.

GRIGG, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, in dexter hand a swan's head, all ppr.

GRIGGS, Eng., a sword, in pale, enfiled with a leopard's face, ppr. I

GRIGSON, a ram's head, erased, ppr. -

GRIGSON of Saham Toney, Norf., out of a ducal coronet, or, a griffin's head.

GRILL, Eng., a demi-chevalier, in armour, in hand a scimitar, ppr.

GRILLES, Cornw., a porcupine, passant.

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GRILLS, Devons. and Cornw., a hedgehog, ar.

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GRIMES, Lond., a martlet, vert.

GRIMES, Warw. and Hants., two wings, ad- dorsed, or.

GRIMES, a horse's head, couped, or, between wings, ar.

GRIMSBIE, and GRIMBST, Leic., a demi-ram, salient, sa. -

GRIMSHAW, JOHN, Esq., of High Bank, Lane., a derni-griffin, sa. Tenax propositi, vinco.

GRIMSHAW, Iri., a dexter arm, in armour, ppr., in hand a cross crosslet, fitched, in pale, az.

GRIMSHAW, Eng., two lions' heads, erased, collared, and addorsed, ppr.

GRIMSHAW, Lane., a griffin, segreant, sa., beaked and membered, or. IO

GRIMSTEAD, and GRIMSTED, a dexter arm, em- bowed, ppr., elbow on the wreath, in hand a bow.

GRIMSTON, a stag's head, with a ring round neck, ar. Faitz proverount.

GRIMSTON, and GRIMSTONE, a stag's head, ar., attired, or.

GRIMWOOD, Eng., on the top of a tower, issu- ing, an eagle, wings addorsed, in beak an acorn, slipped, ppr.

GRIND AL, and GRINDALL, Eng., an arm, in ar- mour, embowed, in hand, by the blade, a sword, point downward, ppr.

GRINDAL, and GRINDALL, a demi-lion, ram- pant, per pale, or and az.

GRINDLAY, and GRINDLEY, a buffalo's head, erased, gu.

GRINDLAY, and GRINDLEY, a dove, ppr.

GRINDLAY, and GRINDLEY, a pea-hen, ppr.

GRINGFIELD, Suss., a gauntlet, or. .

GRISEWOOD, Lond., a demi-lion, gardant, ar., environed with laurel, vert, holding a garb, az?, banded, or.

GRISLAY, in dexter hand, ppr., a lozenge, or.



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GRITTON, Eng., a lion's face, between wings, ppr. -

GRIVE, a martlet, sa. J'aileclef.

GROAT of Newhall, Sco., an anchor, ppr. Anchor fast.

GROAT, Middx. and Kent, on a mount, vert, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., gar- nished, or, in hand a javelin, surmounted by two oak-branches.

GROBHAM, Wilts., a boar's head, couped, or.

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GROGAN, Iri., a hawk, in dexter a wheat-ear, ppr.

GROGAN, Eng., a hind, passant, or.

GROME, Suff., an arm, in armour, ppr., gar- nished, or, in hand a gauntlet, also ppr. GRONOW, a lion, rampant.

GRONOW of Ash Hall, Glam., a lion, rampant. Gronwi Ml Gwerninion.

GROOBY, Wilts., out of a ducal coronet, or, an eagle, displayed, ppr., charged with a label. GROOM, GROME, and GROOME, on a torteau, winged, gu., an eagle, wings displayed, or.

GROOM, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., garnished, or, in hand, of the first, a gauntlet, suspended from wrist by a pink ribbon, a shield, gold, thereon a pile, gu., charged with a cross pattee, fitched, ar. GROOMBRIDGE, Eng., out of a mural coronet, q garb, thereon a crow, perched, all ppr.

GROSE, Surr., on a mount, vert, a lamb, sa., holding a banner, ar. ' -

GROSETH, Sco., in dexter hand a sword, ppr. Pro patrid.

GROSS, Eng., on a ducal coronet, a talbot, pas- sant, ppr., collared and lined, or.

GROSSE, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, a hand holding a dagger, ppr.

GROSSET, and GROSSETT, four arrows, points downward, and a strung-bow, in saltier, all ppr.

GROSSETT, Wilts., two hands holding a sword, erect, ppr.

GROSVENOR, a talbot, passant.

GROSVENOR, Dors., a horse, current, saddled and bridled, ppr.

GROTE, Lond. and Surr., between two elephants' probosces, erect, a pine-tree, all ppr. Prodcsse quam conspici.

GROVE, a stag, passant. Si.

GROVE, Dors, and Wilts., a talbot, passant, sa., collared, or.

GROVE, Dors, and Wilts., a talbot, passant, sa., collared, ar. .

GROVE, Eng., in hand a glove, ppr.

GROVE, Eng., a stag, trippant, ppr.

GROVE, Eng., in hand a thistle, ppr. n

GROVE of Ferae, Wilts., a dog, passant, sa., collared, ar. Ny dcssux ny dessoux.

GROVER, Eng., out of a cloud, from sinister, an arm, embowed, in hand a garland.

GROVER, HARRY, The Bury, Hemel Hempstead, Herts., and Bovenay Court, Burnham, Bucks., a demi-lion, gu., gorged with a collar gemel, in dexter paw, a palm branch, slipped, resting sinister on a mullet, all or. Le roy, la loy, lafoy.

GROVES, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, or, a cock's head, combed and wattled, gu.

GROVES, Staffs., on a mount, vert, a dragon,

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statant, ppr., collared and chained, or,

charged on shoulder with an etoile, gu. GROVESNOR, Chesh. and Staffs., a talbot, or.

GROWTAGE, of GOUTRIGE, an ostrich's head, in

beak a horse-shoe, ppr. comp. .

GROYN, a bear's head, sa.

GROZE, a mullet, or. Deo juvante. GRUBB, Sco., a lion's head, erased. Strength

is from heaven. - *

GRUBB, Herts., a griffin's head, erased, charged

with a rose. comp.

GRUBB, Wilts., a lion's head, az., ducally

crowned, or. comp.

GRUBBAM, and GRUBHAM, a cock, ppr. GRUBBE, a lion's head, az., murally crowned,

or. GRUBBE, Wilts., in lion's gamb, sa., a rose,

gu., stalked and leaved, ppr. I

GRUBEN, an acorn, slipped and leaved, vert.

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GRUBHAM, a rose, gu., stalked and leaved, vert.

GRUDGFIELD, Suff., a gauntlet, or. GRUFFETH, Staffs, and Warvv., a demi-woman,

vested, gu., crined, or.

GRUMLET, Iri., a vine-branch, ppr! .

GRUMSTEAD, an antelope's head, couped, ar.,

attired, or. comp.

GRUNDIE, Notts., a demi-leopard, rampant.

gardant, sa., bezantee. comp.

GRUNDIN, Eng., a stag, passant, erm. GRYCE, Norf. , a boar, ar., duoally gorged,

hoofed, and armed, or. I

GRYLLS, Cornw., a porcupine, passant, ar.

Vires agematis unus kabet.

GRYME, Eng., the Roman fasces, ppr. GRYMES, Eng., out of a cloud, a hand seizing a

stag by the horns, all ppr.

GRYMSBY, Ess., in sinister hand, a bow, ppr.

GRYS, Eng., a lion, sejant, collared and lined.

. I GUBBINS, an arm, from elbow, vested, in hand

a branch of holly, vert.

GUCHERES, Eng., a water-bouget, sa. GUEST, Sco., a swan, ppr.

GUEST, a swan, wings expanded, ppr. Nee

temere, nee timide. GUEST, Bart., Wei., a swan's head and neck,

erased, ppr., gorged with a collar, and charged

with a cross moliue, sa., between two os- trich-feathers, or. see plate GUILAMORE, Viscount, Iri., a horse's head,

erased. I

GUILFORD, Earl of, a dragon's head, sa. , scaled,

ducally gorged and chained, or. La vertue

est la seule noblesse and Animo etfide.

GUILFORD, Eng., a dragon's head. Animo ct

fide.

GUILFORD, Kent, a tree, couped and trunked,

or, flammant, gu.

GUILFORD, on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm.,

an ostrich -feather, erect, or. GUILLAM, a dolphin, haurient, ppr.

GUILLIM, Glouc., an arm, in armour, embowed,

in hand a broken sword, all ppr. GUINNERS, Iri., out of a mural coronet, az., a

demi-lion, or, in dexter a palm-branch, vert.

- GUINNESS, a boar, passant. , -n

GUION, and GUYOX, Eng., a cock, az., combed and wattled, or.

GUISE, Bart., Glouc., out of a ducal coronet, or, a swan, rising, ppr. '

GUISE, a leopard's head, affronte"e, crowned with an "antique crown. see plate

GUISSE, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-swan, ar., beaked, sa.

GULBY, a naked arm, embowed, hand thrust- ing a sword, point downward.

GULDEFORD, a firebrand, flammant, ppr.

GULL, Kent, a dexter arm, in armour, embow- ed, in fess, in hand a battle-axe, ar., handle, or.

GULLAN, Sco., a stag, lodged, ppr.

GULLAND, Sco., a dove, within a serpent, in orle, ppr. Innocence surmounts.

GULLINE, Sco., a dove, ppr.

GULLINE, Sco., a falcon, belled, ppr.

GULLIVER, a lion, passant, gardant, ar., ducally crowned, or. Non dormit qui custodit.

comp. I

GULLON, in a cavity of a rock, a blackbird, sitting, all ppr. Tutum refugium.

GULLY, two keys, in saltier. Nil sine cruce.

GULMAN, a man's leg, in armour, couped and embowed, the thigh in fess, the leg in pale, the foot in chief, spurred, all ppr.

GULSTON, Swansea, an ostrich's wing, ppr., charged with a bend, az., thereon three bezants.

GULSTON, and GULSTONE, Lond., Middx., SUIT., Herts., and Leic., an ostrich's wing, the feathers alternately ar. and gu., charged with a bend, sa.

GUMBLETON, Middx., a demi-griffin, wings ad- dorsed, ar., beaked and legged, gu., holding a mullet, or. comp.

GUN, co. Kerry, an open dexter hand erect, ppr. Vincit amor pat rice. ^

GUN, Sco., a wolf, passant, sa.

GUN, a dexter arm, in mail, embowed, in hand a sword, ppr.

GUNDRY, Eng., a demi-lion, in dexter a sword, all or. ii

GUNMAN, Kent, out of a naval coronet, ar., an anchor, erect, sa., cabled, or.

GUNN, Eng., on a chapeau, az., a fox, sejant, or. .

GUNN, Sco., in hand a sword, ppr.

GUNN, Sco., in dexter hand, a musket.

GUNN, Norf., a lion, rampant, gu., holding a bezant. see plate

GUNNER, Eng., a lion's head, erased, or.

GUNNING, Bart., Northainp., a pigeon, in dex- ter a caduceus, ppr.

GUNNING, Somers., an ostrich, in beak a horse- shoe, ppr., charged on breast with a cross patte"e. see plate

GUNNING, Kent, on a wreath, of the colours, a dove, az., dexter supporting a sword, wavy, radiated, in bend, ppr., hilt and pommel, or. Verite" sans peur.

GUNSTON, Iri., a tower, triple-towered, ar.

GUNTER, Suss., a stag's head, erased, per pale, sa. and gu., attired, or.

GUNTER, Suss., a stag's head, couped, gu. and sa., attired.

GUNTER, Wei., a stag's head.

GUNTHORPE, Norf., a lion s head, erased, col- lared.

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GUNTHOKPE, Eng., a unicorn's head, ar.

GURDON, Hants., Suff., and Wilts., a goat, ar., attired, or, salient, against a mountain, vert.

comp.

GURDON, Norf. and Suff., a goat climbing up a rock, all ppr. In arduis viget virtus.

GURLIN, on a mural coronet, gu., an eagle, wings addorsed, or, in beak an acorn, stalked and leaved, ppr. comp.

GURNEY, a lion's head, erased, or, gorged with a palisado coronet, composed of spear-heads, az.

GURNET of North Runcton, Lynn : (i.) On a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a gurnard fish, in pale, head downwards. . (.) On a wreath, ar. and gu., a wrestling collar, or.

GURNEY of Keswick, Norf., same crests.

GURWOOD, out of a mural coronet, a castle, ruined in the centre, and therefrom an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a scimitar, ppr.

GURWOOD, a unicorn's head.

GUSTON, Eng., a demi-wolf, gu.

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GUTHRIE, Sco., in hand a sword, ppr. Sto pro

veritate.

GUTHRIE, a salmon, naiant. Ditat et alit. n GUTHRIE, Eng., an eagle, displayed, sa., in

dexter a sword.

GUTHRIE, Sco., a cross crosslet, az. Ex unitate

incrementum.

GUTHRIE, Sco., a dexter arm, in armour, em- bowed, brandishing a sword, ppr. Sto pro

veritate.

GUTHRY, Sco., in lion's paw, a palm-branch,

ppr. Sto pro veritate.

GUTHRY, Sco., a cross crosslet, fitched, az. Ex

unitate incrementum.

GUTTERIDGE, or GUTTRIDGE, a swan, passant,

crowned with an antique crown, or.

see plate GUY, Northamp. and Wilts., between wings,

or, a lion's head, az., collared, ar. GUY, a man's full face, bearded, ppr., crowned

with an antique crown, or. Dare quam

accipere. GUYAN, Ess., a demi-lion, rampant, or, gorged

with a collar, per pale, az. and sa. GUYBYON, an eagle's head, erased, erm.

GUYLEMIN, Herts, and Wei., an eagle's head,

erased, sa., beaked, gu., in mouth a lion's

gamb, or, erased, of the second. GUYLING, an arm, embowed, ar., in hand a

scimitar, pommelled, or, hand, ppr. GUYLING, Eng., an arm, embowed, ppr., vested,

ar., in. hand a scimitar.

GUYOT, Eng., an eagle, displayed.

GWATKIN, a garb, or, banded.

GWILLAM, a dolphin, haurient, ppr.

GWTLLANNE, Eng., an eagle, perched, ppr. GWILT, Lond., a cubit arm, couped, ppr., in

hand a saltier, or, surmounted by a fleur-de- lis, sa. GWINNELL, a sinister arm, in fess, vested, gu.,

embowed, in hand a bow, ppr. i

GWINNETT, Glouc., a horse's head, couped, sa.,

in mouth a spear, in bend, head downwards,

embrued, ppr.

GWYER, Wei., a wolf, passant, ppr.

GWYN, Eng., a cannon, mounted, ppr. GWYN, Berks., Lond., and Wei., an arm, in

armour, embowed, ppr., in hand a sword,

below the hilt, in bend, sinister, ar., hilt and pommel, or.

GWYN, two laurel slips, in saltier, ppr.

GWYN of Baron's Hall, Norf., a lion, rampant, or.

GWYN, Eng., a stag's head, erased, ppr., be- tween attires a cross crosslet, fitched.

GWYN, Wei., in gauntlet a sword, ar., pierced through a dragon's head, erased, or, vulned, ppr.

GWYN, Wei., a sword, in pale, ppr., point downward, pierced through a boar's head, sa. comp.

GWYN of Dyffryn, Wei., in hand a dagger, thrust through a boar's head. Vim vi repel- lere licet.

GWYNNE, Wei., in hand, in armour, couped at wrist, ppr. , a dagger, blade, ar., hilt, or, pierced through a boar's head, erased, sa.

GWYNNE, Wei., a lion, rampant, regardant, supporting between paws a boar's head, all or. comp.

GWYNNE, Eng. and Iri., a dolphin, naiant, az.

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GWYNNE, Suss, and Lond., a bear, and ragged staff.

GYBBON, a demi-lion, ar., crowned, or, in dex- ter an escallop, of the first. see plate

GYBBONS, a demi-lion, rampant, sa., charged with three escallops, in pale, ar.

GYBONS, Oxon., Warw., and Wei., in lion's gamb, erect and erased, gu., a cross forme's, fitched, sa. i

GYDE,

GYFFORD, Eng., a lion's head, erased, gu., col- lared, or, charged with three roses, of the first.

GYLES, or GYLLS, in hand a spiked club, ppr., spikes, or. comp.

GYLES, in a nest, a pelican, vulning, ppr.

GYLES, Devons., in lion's gamb, erect and erased, gu., enfiled by a bar-gemelle, or, a branch of apples, of the last, leaved, ppr.

GYLL, Durh. and Yorks., the head of an Eastern king, couped at shoulders, in profile, ppr., crowned and collared, or.

GYLL of Wyrardisbury, Bucks., a hawk's head, az., between wings, f retty, ' vert. Virtutis gloria, merces.

GYMBER, Lond., an arm, in armour, ppr., hold- ing a spiked club, or.

GYMBER, Lond., on a garb, a bird, close, az.

GYNN, Herts., on a garb, or, a bird, close, az.

GYPSES, Eng., a dove and olive-branch, ppr.

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GYSORS, Eng., a fox's head, erased, gu. i

GYSSELING, Line., a lion, rampant, az., winged, or.

GYSSINGE, a lion, passant, erm., collared, gu.

comp. i

GYTTIES, Kent, an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a battle-axe, ar.

GYTTINGS, Salop, two tilting-spears, in saltier.

comp.

GYVES, a unicorn's head, couped at neck.

GYVLIN, Norf., a demi-griffin, az., wings, beak, and legs, or, holding a fleur-de-lis.

see plate

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HABGOOD, Eng., a sword and quill, in saltier, ppr.

HABINGDON, Wore., an eagle, displayed, or, ducally crowned, az. see plate

HABINGDON, a horse's head, erased, ar., bridled, sa., between wings, ppr. comp. and

HACCOMB, an arm, in hand a bow and arrow, all ppr.

HACHET, Warw., a hawk's head, couped, gu.

HACHET, Warw., a hawk's head, ppr. 'Hoetfos 'Hoe^oiJ/tevoy.

HACHET, or HACKET, Lond. and Bucks., a demi-panther, ar., spotted, az., or and gu., holding a branch, vert, flowered, of the fourth.

HACKBECK, a cross pattee.

HACKER, on trunk of tree, in fess, a moor-cock, ppr.

HACKET, Warw., an eagle's head, erased, ppr. Fides sujficit.

HACKET, Sco., an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a sword, all ppr.

HACKETT, Eng., a demi-eagle, with two heads, displayed, each head ensigned with a crown.

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HACKFORD, on a trumpet, or, a swan, wings addorsed, ar. *

HACKLET, Lond., a demi-lion, gu.

HACKLET, and HACKLUIT, in hand a hunting- horn, ppr.

HACKNEY, out of a ducal coronet, a nag's head.

- i HACKOTE, Eng., on a ducal coronet, a martlet,

ppr.

HACKSHAW, Salop, a heron's head, erased, ar.,

ducally gorged, gu. see plate

HACKVILL, on a mount, a greyhound, passant.

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HACKVILL, Eng., on a chapeau, a fox, sejant, ppr.

HACKWELL, and HAKEWILL, Line, and Devons., a trefoil, slipped, purp., between wings, dis- played, or. I

HACKWELL, between wings, or, a human heart, gu. comp. i

HADD, Kent, on a mount, vert, a talbot, se- jant, ar. , eared, sa., ducally gorged, gu.

see plate

HADDEN, Eng., an arm, embowed, in hand a scimitar, ppr.

HADDEN, Sco., an eagle's head, erased, or. Suffer.

HADDERWICK, Sco., a dexter arm, from elbow, holding a roll of paper, ppr. Ne timeas recte faciendo.

HADDINGTON, Earl of, Sco. (Hamilton), two dexter hands, conjoined, in fess, issuing from clouds, holding a laurel-branch, erect, all ppr. Prcesto et persisto.

HADDOCK, Eng., in hand a fish, all ppr.

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HADDON, out of rays, or, a man's leg, couped at thigh, erect, the foot upward, spurred, all

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HADDON, Grandholme, Sco., a leg, couped at thigh, foot upward. JParta tucrl.

HADDOW, Sco., in lion's paw a thistle, all ppr.

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HADESTOCK, on stump of oak-tree, sprouting, the sun shining, all ppr.

HADESWELL, or HADISWELL, Eng., a demi- lion, rampant, gu., in paws a battle-axe, az.

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HADFIELD, Eng., an escallop, or.

HADFIELD, an arm, embowed, vested, az., in

hand, ppr., a trefoil, slipped, or. HADFIELD, an arm in armour, embowed, in

hand a crane's head and neck, erased.

HADLEY, Lond. and Heref., a falcon, ar.,

beaked, legged, and belled, or, in mouth a

buckle, of the last. comp.

HADLOW, Sco., in lion's paw a thistle, all ppr.

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HADLY, Eng., a falcon.

HADOKEES, Eng., a talbot's head, erased, sa.,

collared, ar.

HADSON, on a ducal coronet, or, a lion, rampant,

gu-

HADSOR, out of a ducal coronet, gu., a dra- gon's head, or, in mouth some leaves, ppr.

HADWEN, the bust of an angel, wings elevated, ensigned with a cross.

HADWEN, Lane., out of a mural coronet, or, an eagle's head, ppr. Perfero. I

HAFFENDEN, Kent, an eagle's head, couped.

HAFFENDEN of Homewood, Kent, same crest.

HAFFENDEN, Bloomsbury, a griffin's head, erased, in mouth an arrow. comp.

HAGAR, Eng., a garb, in fess, ppr.

HAGART, a lion, rampant, ppr. Sans peur.

HAGARTY, Iri., in dexter hand, ppr., an escal- lop, or.

HAGELL, Eng., an olive-branch, slipped, ppr.

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HAGEN, Eng., a stork's head, erased, ppr.

HAGEN, a dove, rising, ar.

HAGGAR, Ess. and Cambs., a talbot, passant, ar., collared and lined, gu.

HAGGARD, Eng., a cock's head, erased, ppr.

HAGGARD, Kent, a cubit arm, erect, in hand a truncheon.Dux mihi reritas. I.

HAGGARD, Norf. : (i.) A mullet of six points, ar. . (.) Out of a mural coronet, a snake, erect, ppr., in mouth a trefoil, slipped, vert. Micat inter omnes.

HAGGARTH, a bugle-horn, ar., stringed.

i. or

H AGGER, Eng., a demi-lion, gu., supporting a long cross, az.

HAGGERSTON, Durh., a lion, passant, ar. I

HAGGERSTON, Bart., Northumb., a lion, ram- pant, ar.

HAGGERSTON, Eng., a talbot, erm.

HAGGES, Sco., an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a scimitar, ppr.

HAGLEY, Eng., a dexter arm, in armour, em- bowed, in hand a battle-axe, all ppr.

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HAGNE, Eng. , issuing from a tower, a leopard's head, collared, gu.

HAGTHORPE,' Durh., in dexter hand, ppr., sleeve striped, in bend, ar. and gu. three leaves, vert.

HAHN, on a ducal coronet, a swan, wings ad- dorsed, and ducally gorged.

HAHNEL, JOHN, Jun., Queensberry, Yorks.,

HAIG, GEOKGE AUGUSTUS, J.P., Pen Ithon,

Radnors. a rock, ppr. Tyde what may. HAIG of Bemerside, Roxb., Sco., a rock, ppr.

Tyde what may.

HAIG, Sco., a rock, ppr. Tyde what may. HAIG, and HAIGH, a demi-savage, over dexter

shoulder a hammer.

HAIGH, Yorks., a talbot's head, erased, gu.

HAILES, Eng., a wheel, or.

HAILLT, Sco., a galley, sa., flag, gu. n HAILSTONES, Sco., a rose-branch, bearing roses,

all ppr.

HAINE, a lion, rampant, ar., supporting the

Roman fasces, ppr. In te Domine speravi. HAINES, Eng., on a crescent, an arrow, in pale.

ppr. i

HAINES, an eagle, displayed, az., seme'e of

etoiles, ar. see plate

HAINS, Eng., an antelope's head, ppr., collared,

sa.

HAIR, Sco., two daggers, in saltier, ppr. HAIR, Eng., a hare, couchant.

HAIRSTANES, Sco., a dexter arm, in hand a

key, ppr. Toujours fidcle.

HAITLIE, Eng., in hand four arrows, points

downward. comp.

HAIZE, Lond., a wolf's head, .ppr., erased, gu.,

charged on neck with an escallop, or. HAKE, a sword, in pale, ar., hilt and pommel,

or, enfiled with a boar's head, couped, in

fess, az.

HAKE, out of a ducal coronet, two pot-hooks,

addorsed, between wings. HAKELIOTT, out of a ducal coronet, or, a plume

of four ostrich-feathers.

HAKE WOOD, Eng., on a chapeau, a garb, ppr.

HALBERDTN, a wolf, rampant, regardant, ppr.

HALCRO, Sco., two hands holding a sword, in

pale, ppr.

HALDANE, Eng., a terrestrial globe, ppr. HALDANE, and HALDEN, Sco., an eagle's head,

erased, or. Suffer.

HALDENBT, Yorks., a swan, close, ar., beaked

and legged, gu., in beak a sprig of laurel, ppr. HALDERMAN, a dexter arm, embowed, vested,

in hand, ppr., a broken spear, in bend. HALDIMAND, Eng., a sea-lion, sejant, ppr. HALE, Eng., a heron's head, erased, ar. HALE, in lion's gamb, erased, az., two arrows,

in saltier, or, flighted, ar. HALE of King's Walden, Herts., a snake, ppr.,

entwined round five arrows, or, headed, sa.,

feathered, ar., one in pale, four in saltier. HALES, and HALE, Lond. and Herts., five

arrows, one in pale, and four in saltier, or,

headed, sa., feathered, ar., environed with

a snake, ppr.

HALES, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, in

hand an arrow.

HALES, a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, ppr., garnished, or, in hand an arrow, of the second, round shoulder a ribbon, tied, gu.

HALES, Eng., a griffin, sejant, ar.

HALEY, Lond. and Middx., a goat's head, erased, ar., gorged with a chaplet, gu.

comp.

HALEY, Suss., on a crescent, ar., a cross patonce, gu.

HALFHEAD, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi- man, in armour, couped at thighs, ppr., gar- nished, vizor up, brandishing a pole-axe, gold, between wings, each charged with two decrescents, ar., and three etoiles, pierced, sa. n

HALFHIDE, a greyhound, sejant, or, collared, az., garnished and ringed, gold.

HALFORD, Bart., Leic.: (i.) A staff, entwined by a serpent, ppr., and ensigned by a coro- net, composed of crosses pattee and fleurs- de-lis. HO. (.) A greyhound's head, couped at neck, sa-, collared, or. Mutus inglorius.

HALFORD, a greyhound's head, erased at neck, sa., collared, or. .

HALFORD, a demi-greyhound, collared.

HALFPENNY, Eng., a lion, sejant, in dexter a cross crosslet, fitched, resting sinister on a triangle, gu.

HALGOET, Eng., a thistle, ppr.

HALHEAD, Eng., a falcon, wings expanded, ar., beaked and belled, or.

HALIBURTON of Pitcur, Sco., a negro's head, couped at shoulders, helmeted.

HALIBURTON, Sco., a tree, ppr. Majora sequor.

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HALIDAY, Sco., a boar's head, couped, ppr. Virtute parta.

HALIDAY of Carnmoney, co. Antrim, a boar's head, couped, ar., langued, and tusked, or. Virtute parta.

HALIFAD, on stump of a tree, erased at top, and couped at root, in fess, a bird.

HALKE, Kent, a dexter arm, in armour, em- bowed, in hand a battle-axe, all ppr.

HALKERSTON, Sco., a hawk's head, erased, gu. In ardua niter.

HALKERSTON, Sco., a falcon's head, erased, gu.

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HALKET, Bart., a falcon's head, erased, ppr. Fides sufficit.

HALKET, Eng., a dexter arm, embowed, iu hand a scimitar, all ppr.

HALKETT, Eng., a lion, passant. i

HALKETT, CRAIGIE-, of Cramond, Edinr., a fal- con's head, erased, ppr. Fides sufficit and

Honeste vivo.

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HALL, Notts., a crescent, ar., surmounted by a griffin's head, erased, sa., in beak, three ears of wheat, or. Persevere.

HALL, Chester, a stag's head, collared, or.

HALL, Durh. and Oxon., a talbot's head, erased, sa.

HALL, Bart., Monmouth, a palm-branch, in bend sinister, ppr., in front of a griffin's head, erased, or, charged with a gernelle, gu., in beak a hawk's lure, or, tasselled, ar. Turpiter desperatur.

HALL, Staffs., a griffin's head, erased, erm.

HALL, a bear's head, muzzled, ppr.

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HALL, Bart., Sco., a crane, or, standing on a hill, vert, in dexter a stone. Dot cura quietem.

HALL, Kent, a horse's head, sa., in armour, ppr., bridled and armed, or, on head a plume of two feathers, az.

HALL, Wilts., an arm, in armour, embowed, in hand a battle-axe, ar.

HALL, Wore., a dragon's head, az., collared, or.

HALL, Leic., a talbot's head, sa., spotted, or. Remember and forget not.

HALL, Wore, and Yorks., a talbot's head, sa.

HALL, Durh., a talbot's head, erased, ar., col- lared.

HALL, Eng., a griffin's head.

HALL, Lond. and Yorks., on a chapeau, gu., turned up, ar., a greyhound, sejant, erm.

see plate

HALL, Lond., in hand, gu., a ball, sa.

HALL, a horse's head, between two ostrich - feathers.

HALL, Eng., a dove and olive-branch, all ppr.

.

HALL, a demi-wolf, rampant, indexter a heart, transpierced by two darts, in saltier, the point of one broken off.

HALL, Eng., on a mount, vert, a stork, or, in dexter a flint-stone.

HALL, Iri., a fox's head.

HALL, Sco., a demi-gritfin, ppr. Per ardua ad alta.

HALL, Sco., a hunting-horn, az., veruled, ar.

i.

HALLAM, Eng., on a mount, vert, a bull, gu.

HALLES, Herts, and Lond., a snake, ppr., en- twined round five arrows, one in pale, and four in saltier, or, headed, sa., feathered, ar.

HALLET, Kent, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi-lion, rampant, ar., between paws a be- zant.

HALLET, Somers., a demi-lion, holding a be- zant.

HALLETT, Eng., in dexter hand a key, ppr.

HALLEWEEL, a boar's head, erect, between two ostrich-feathers, ppr.

HALLEY, a boar's head, erased and erect, be- tween two ostrich-feathers, ppr.

HALLIBUKTON, Sep., a stag at gaze. Watch well.

Si.

HALLIDAT of Chapel Cleeve, Somers., a demi- lion, rampant, or, supporting an anchor, az. Quarta saluti.

HALLIDAT, an oak- tree, fructed, ppr.

HALLIDAY, Sco., a boar's head, couped, ar. Virtute parta.

HALLIDAY, Salop and Sco., a dexter arm, in armour, embowed, in fess, in hand a sword, embrued, all ppr. comp.

HALLIDAY, a boar's head, erased, sa.

HALLIFAX, Eng., a mountain, ppr.

HALLIFAX, Ess., a moorcock, wings expanded,

per bend sinister, sa. and gu., combed and

wattled, of the second, ducally gorged,

charged on breast with a cross crosslet, or.

comp.

HALLINGTON, Eng., out of a ducal coronet, or, a greyhound's head, sa. .

HAM

HALLIWELL, Lane., a griffin, passant. HALLMAN, or HALMAN, Devons., a crossbow,

erect, or, between wings, gu.

HALLOM, Eng., a hand, gu., holding a grenade,

fired, ppr.

HALLOW,- an eagle, displayed, regardant, or, in

dexter a sword, in pale, ppr.

HALLOWAY, Lond., a demi-lion, rampant, gard-

ant, purp.

HALLOWTOWN, Eng., out of a ducal coronet,

or, a greyhound's head, sa. .

HALLS, Eng., an arm, vested, gu., cuffed, or

in hand an anchor, ppr. I

HALLWELL, HALWELL, and HALYWELL, Eng.,

a hunting-horn, az., stringed, gu., between

wings, or. -

HALLYBURTON, Hon. Lord, Sco., a moor's head,

couped, helmeted, ppr. Watch well. HALPIN, on a ducal coronet, an eagle, dis- played, see plate HALPIN, Iri., out of a tower, a demi -griffin,

rampant, wings addorsed.

HALSBUBY, Devons., a demi-lion, rampant, az.

HALSE, and HALSEY, Devons. and Norf., a

griffin, sejant, wings addorsed, ar. HALSEY, in dexter hand, ppr., vested sleeve,

gu., cuff, ar., a griffin's claw, erased, or.

Nescit vax missa rererti. HALSTEAD, Berks, and Lond., out of a mural

coronet, a demi-eagle, erm., beaked, or. HALTON, Ess., a lion, sejant, ar., holding a

broken lance, ppr.

HALY, Iri., a savage's head, in profile, couped,

ppr.

HALY, Sco., a greyhound, current. Gang

forret.

HALYBURTON, Sco., a stag at gaze, ppr. Watch

well.

HALYBURTON, Sco., a boar's head, couped and

erect, ppr. Watch well.

HALYBURTON, Sco., a boar's head, couped and

erect, ppr. Majores sequor. HALYBURTON, Sco., a grey hound's head, couped,

ppr. Fidele.

HALYBURTON, Sco., a moor's head, sa., banded,

ar. Watch well.

HALYS, Eng., a spur rowel, az., between eagles'

wings, or. HAM, Eng., on a chapeau, a unicorn's head,

erased, ppr. -

HAMBLETON, Eng., a bundle of quills, ppr. HAMBLEY, and HAMBLY, Eng., a dolphin, hau-

rient, az.

HAMBROUGH, a horse, at full speed, ppr. HAMBY, Line., a hawk, volant, ppr., beaked,

legged, and winged, or. I

HAMDEN, Bucks., an eagle's head, erased, az.

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HAMDEN, Bucks, and Northamp., a talbot, passant, erm., collared and lined, gu., end of line in a bow knot.

HAMELEN, HAMELIN, and HAMELYN, a hand, pulling a rose from a bush, ppr.

HAMER, Eng., on a chapeau, az., turned up, erm., a lion's head, ar. -

HAMERTON, Eng., in hand a broken hammer, ppr. I - I

HAMERTON of Hellifield, Yorks., a greyhound, couchant. Fixus adversa sperno. n

HAMES, Eng., on a ducal coronet, a lion, pas- sant, ppr. -

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HAMIGSTON, Eng., a dragon's head, erased, gu., ducally gorged, ar.

HAMILL, Iri., on a ducal coronet, a leopard, sejant, ppr.

HAMILL, a palm-tree, fructed, ppr. I

HAMILL, Iri., a demi-lion, sa., collared, or.

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HAMILTON of Broomhill, Sco., a horse's head. Ride through. - l

HAMILTON, Duke of, Marquess of Douglas (Hamilton-Douglas), out of a ducal coronet, or, an oak-tree, fructed, penetrated, trans- versely in main stem, by a frame-saw, ppr., frame, gold. Through for Hamilton ; and Jamais arriere for Douglas.

HAMILTON of Gilkerscleugh, Lanark, same crest. Through and In arduis fortitudo.

HAMILTON, Bart., of Silverton Hill, Sco., same crest. Through and Sola, nobilitat virtus.

HAMILTON, DALKYMPLE-, Bart., Sco., a rock, ppr. Firm.

HAMILTON, Bart., of Brecon, Wei., out of a ducal coronet, or, an oak-tree, ppr., fructed, gold, transversed by a frame-saw, also ppr. Through. II

HAMILTON, Devons., an oak-tree, ppr., the trunk surmounted by an escutcheon, charged with a cinquefoil, or. comp.

HAMILTON, Devons., two spears, in saltier, issuing through an Eastern crown, or, and between spears a bugle- horn, sa.

HAMILTON of Sundrum, Ayr, out of a ducal coronet, or, an oak-tree, fructed, penetrated transversely in main stem by a frame-saw, ppr. Through. II

HAMILTON, Marquess of Abercorn, Baron Bel- haven. See those titles.

HAMILTON, of Barnton, Sco., the branch of a tree growing out of an old stock. Through God revived.

HAMILTON of Byres, Sco., two dexter hands, out of clouds, joined, in fess, holding a branch of laurel, ppr. Prcesto et persto.

HAMILTON of Preston, a man, from middle, brandishing a sword. Pro patrid.

comp.

HAMILTON of Aikenhead, in hand an oak- slip, ppr. Virebo.

HAMILTON of TJdstoun, Sco., a boar's head, erased, ppr. Ubique fidelis.

HAMILTON, Sco., same crest. Non metuo.

HAMILTON of Wishaw, Sco., in hand a sword, indented on back like a saw, and a quill, in saltier, ppr. Tarn virtus quam honos.

HAMILTON of Orbistown, Sco., an antelope, ppr. Ojuis accursabit.

HAMILTON of Barncluith, Sco., a spear, ppr. Dat Deus originem. I

HAMILTON, Sco., a ship in distress, ppr. Lit- tora specto.

HAMILTON, Sco., same crest. Littore sistam.

HAMILTON, Sco., same crest. Immersabilis.

HAMILTON, Sco., same crest. I gain by hazard.

HAMILTON, Sco., same crest. Per varios casus.

HAMILTON, Sco., within two branches, in orle, two hands, conjoined, out of clouds, all ppr. Prestando prcesto.

HAMILTON, Sco., a heart, gu., charged with a cinquefoil, ar.

HAMILTON of Cairnes, Sco., a Bible, expanded, ppr. Ore lego, corde credo.

HAMILTON of Olivestob, Sco., an antelope's

HAM

head and neck, gorged with a collar, and

attired, gu. Invia virtuti pervia. see plate HAMILTON of Westburn, in hand a lance, in

bend, ppr. Et arma et virtus.

HAMILTON of Neilsland, Sco., an oak-tree,

fructed, ppr. Obsequio non viribus. HAMILTON of Blanterferm, Sco., trunk of oak- tree, couped, sprouting two branches, ppr.

Non deficit alter.

HAMILTON of Daichmont, Sco., in hand a heart,

ppr. No heart more true.' .

HAMILTON of Dalziel, Sco., an oak-tree, ppr.

Requiesco sub umbra.

HAMILTON of Wessport, Sco., two branches of

oak, in saltier, fructed. Addunt robur. HAMILTON of Cubardie, a cinquefoil, ar. Non

mutat genus solum. So.

HAMILTON of Colquot, Sco., a cupid, with bow,

quiver, and arrow, ppr. Quos dedit arcus

amor. i

HAMILTON, Sco., an oak-plant, or. Tandem fit

arbor.

HAMILTON of Presmenaw, in hand a pen, ppr.

Tarn virtute quam labor e.

HAMILTON of Smaliston, a mascle, or. I'll

deceive no man.

HAMILTON of Gilkerscleugh, a hand, issuing

out of a man's heart, ppr., grasping a sword.

In arduis fortitudo.

HAMILTON of Kilbrachmonth, a hand pulling

up a cinquefoil, ppr. Et neglecta virescit.

HAMILTON, in hand a scimitar. i ^.

HAMILTON, in hand a tilting-spear.

HAMILTON, Sco., in hand an oak-slip, ppr. Virebo.

HAMILTON, Sco., in hand a holly -leaf, ppr. Semper virescens.

HAMILTON, Sco., an oak-tree, growing out of a torse, and fructed, ppr. Obsequio non viribus.

HAMILTON, Sco., a horse's head, ar., bridled, gu.

HAMILTON, Sco., a salmon, haurient, ar., an annulet through nose.

HAMILTON, Sco., a greyhound's head and neck, couped, ppr., collared, gu., garnished, or.

HAMILTON, Sco., an antelope's head and neck, ppr., collared and attired, gu. Invia vir- tuti pervia. comp.

HAMILTON, Sco., a demi-goat, affrontee, be- tween the joints of fore-legs, a human heart, all ppr.

HAMILTON of Bangour, Ayr, a ship in distress, ppr. Immersabilis.

HAMILTON of St. Ernans, co. Donegal, a nag's head, couped, ar., bridled, gu. Ride through.

HAMILTON, Sco., in hand a dagger, in pale.

HAMILTON, Sco., a sword, in pale.

HAMILTON, Sco., a crescent, ar.

HAMLEY, Eng., a garb, in fess. -.

HAMLIN, Eng., seven arrows, points upward, ppr. ' comp.

HAMLYN, Eng., a swan, wings addorsed, ppr.

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HAMLYN, Devons., a demi-swan, wings ex- panded, bezante*e. - HAMLYN, Devons., a griffin, gardant. Caute scd strenue. see plate

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HAMLYN, a swan, close, in mouth a baton.

see plate

HAMLTNG, Eng., a hand pulling a rose from a bush, ppr.

HAMME, Eng., on a chapeau, a unicorn's head, erased, ppr.

HAMMERSLEY, Eng. , two lions' gambs, holding up a crescent.

HAMMERSLEY, a demi-griffin, segreant, in dex- ter a cross crosslet, titched. see plate

HAMMICK, Bart., Lond., a demi-lion, holding an escarbuncle, gold.

HAMMILL, Eng., a palm-tree, fructed,ppr. I

HAMMINGTON, Kent, a dragon's head, erased, gu., ducally gorged, ar., charged on neck with three guttes, in fess, of the last.

comp.

HAMMOND, a wolf's head, erased.

HAMMOND, an eagle's head, gorged with a col- lar, indented.

HAMMOND, out of a ducal coronet, an eagle's head, between wings.

HAMMOND, out of a ducal coronet, or, a demi- eagle, wings expanded, sa., charged on breast with a rose, gu.

HAMMOND of Wistaston Hall,Chesh., a boar, passant, ppr.

PAMMOND, Kent, a hawk's head, collared, gu., rays issuing, or. Pro reye ct patrid.

comp.

HAMOND of Westacre, Norf., on a rock, ppr., a dove, ar., in mouth an olive-branch, vert.

.

HAMOND, a wolf's head, erased.

HAMOND, Bart., Berks., out of a naval crown, or, an eagle's head, sa.

HAMPDEN, Eng., a peacock's head, couped, az.

HAMPDEN, Bucks, and Sco., an eagle's head, erased, az.

HAMPDEN, Viscount : (i.) For Hamden, a tal- bot, statant, erm., collared, ringed, and lined, gu., end of line tied over back. comp. . (.) For Trevor, on a chapeau, gu., turned up, erm., a wyvern, wings addorsed, sa. Vestigia nulla retrorsum.

HAMPDEN, Bucks, and Northamp., a talbot, passant, erm., collared and lined, the line in a bow-knot over neck, gu.

HAMPSON, Bart., Bucks., out of a mural coro- net, ar., a greyhound's head, sa., collared, of the first. Nunc aut nunquam. .

HAMPSTEAD, and HAMPSTED, Eng., a demi- chevalier, in full armour, brandishing a scimitar, all ppr.

HAMPTON, Lond., Middx., and Staffs., a wolf's head, erased, sa.

HAMPTON, Staffs., a wolf's head, ar.

HAMPTON, Eng., a demi-eagle, displayed, or.

HANAM, Ensr., a demi-griffin, holding a close helmet, ppr.

HANBURY, Glouc., Wore., and Northamp., out of a mural coronet, sa., a demi-lion, or, in dexter a battle-axe, of the first.

HANBURY, a lion, holding a pole-axe, ppr.

HANBY, Eng., two arms, in armour, embowed, holding a heart. comp.

HANCE, Eng., in hand a sword, in pale, enfiled with a Saracen's head, couped, ppr. .

HANCHETT, Eng., the sun shining on a sun- flower, ppr.

HAN

HANCKFORD, Eng., a demi-cupid, in dexter a

torch, ppr.

HANCOCK, Eng., a cock, ppr.

HANCOCK, a demi-lion, between paws a lozenge,

sa. HANCOCK, an arrow, point downward, ppr.

HANCOCKE, Devons., a demi-griffin, ar., armed,

or.

HANCOCKS, on a mount, vert, a cock, gu., in

dexter an ear of wheat, or. Redeem time.

comp. HANCOME, Lond., a lion, sejant, or, collared,

gu., charged with two etoiles, of the first.

comp. HAN cox, Eng., an arrow, point downwards.

HAND, Eng., an arm, embowed, in hand three

ears of wheat, ppr.

HAND, Hunts., a dexter hand apaume"e, ppr.

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HAND, a stag, trippant, ppr.

HANDASYD, a dexter hand, erect, ppr. HANDBY, Eng., a hind's head.

HANDCOCK, Iri. , stump of holly-bush, shooting new leaves, ppr.

HANDCOCK, a cock, gu.

HANDCOCK, Eng., out of the sea, an arm, em- bowed, in hand a bait spade. HANDFIELD, Eug., in hand a bomb-shell, fired,

Ppr- -

HANDFIELD, Cumb., a phoenix's head, ppr.,

crowned, or. see plate

HANDFORD, Eng., two ears of wheat, in saltier,

ppr.

HANDLEY, Eng., a sceptre, in pale, ppr. HANDLEY, a goat,