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No. 25. Carr, impaling Holt, Argent, a lion's head erased. Over the lady's on a bend engrailed, Sable, three fleurs quarterings, a sword erect. R. T. de lis, Argent.

No. 26. Quarterly, i and 4, Lambart Mr. URBAN, Versailles, Sipl. 17. of Lincolnshire, i and 3: Lambart of Broken TeleftCalais. Adobferved

No. 27. Quarterly, 1, Lambart of houses in that city; and, upon enquiry, Lincolnshire.

I was inforined that it is the first house 2, Lambart of Yorkshire, with an built by the English. I then observed annulet in center.

it with more attention than I otherwise 3, Crelly.

fhould, and I perceived the red bricks 4, Lambart of Yorkshire.

with which it is built, but high in the 5, Pickering.

front, were larded in a very uncouth 6, Wbitacre.

manner with a few while ones, now, I 7, Danby.

dare say, covered with plaister. Not at 8, Pickering.

first having the least conception that 9, Wykes.

they were meant for letters or words, I · 10,

Ermine, on a fess, Gules, 3 examined them for tbeir beauty, and crosslets, Sable.

then suspected they were meant to con. it, Argent, 3 fishes hauriant vey some information. With this key within a border engrailed, Sable. in my eye, I tried to unlock the enigma,

12, Ablehall. Or, a fess Gules. and I thus made out the following cha13, Wbitacre.

raters : 14, Danty, with a crescent for differ


15, Gules, fretty, Argent, and
lable of 3 points.

which I have here marked more dir16, As the ift.

tinatly than I found them, and which I Impaling the following Quarters :

thus read: God mi beed, in al my deed, 1, Dymock. Sable, two lions passant i.e. God me beed in all my deeds. I found in pale, Argent, ducally crowned, Or.

also, in a street which leads from the 2, Kilpeck. Sable, a sword in pale sea, and a noble gaie long hince walled proper, its point in base.

up, a well and deep cut oinamented 3, Ludlozu. Azure, 3 lions passant stone, on which is cut in relief, and

fixed in the front of an add honfi,
guardant in pale, Argent.
4, Marmion. Vaire, a fels, Gules,


which, I suppose, was put up when our 5, Ebden. Ermine, 4 lozenges con- Harry VIII. passed thiough that gate joined in fels, Gules.

and street to meet Francis the Firit at 6, Rye. Gules, on a bend, Argent, Ardres. In the next house are two ta3 cars of rye lipt proper.

blets, Sxed in the wall also, which seem 7, Welles. Or, a lion rampant dou to have been removed thither from fome ble-tailed, Sable.

church. They are formed in the man8, Watierson. Barry of fix, Ermine ner of an oval mural monument; but, and Guies, 3 crescenis, Sabie.

alas ! though there are remains of let. 9, Engaine. Gules, a fess dancette ters, I question whether the ingenious between 6 crossiers, Or.

Monf. Seguier, were he living, could 10, Talboy's. Argent, a faltire, Gules, decypher them. So much for Calais. on a chief of the second 3 escallops, Or. And now, Mr. Urban, a word or two

Buraon. Gules, on a bend, Ar of this town, the text of KINGS, and a gent, 3 cinquefoils, Sable,

In stink, dirt, and po. 12, Filz Wyobe. Gules, 2 bendlets, verty, though it is nobly built, and conOr.

tains 24,000 fouls, it is not behind13. Umfraville.

Gules, a cinquefoil land with Calais; but with respect to within an oile of crosslers, Or.

the tradesme, boule geois, &c. it bears 14, K;me. Gules, a chevron, Arnot the least compariton. At Calais, geni, berugen 9 croisiets, Or.

confidence may be placed in such as 15, Sjarrow. Argent, fix martlets, you deal with; here, on the contrary, 3, 2,

and Sable, on a chief, Gules, they are so contaminated with the vices tuo swords in faltire, points upwards, attendant on a court, that it exceeds the proper, between two lions heads eraled. power of belief; and, if whatever you Cielis. Over the man's quarterings, buy is not paid for before you quit tire



fhop, and take your goods, you will be news-papers with facility; and, I am compelled to pay double the price, assured, some years since he correspond. though, as a stranger, the first price is cd with a great pae in our language. nearly so. An Englis gentleman was To-morrow, it is laid, is fixed for unimade to pay an hundred livres for his versal pardon, universal joy, and unibed of one night; and I have been o. versal liberty; and I fincerely hope they bliged to pay eight times the real price will in time learn to make a decent use for taking a tart, i. e. eight sous inttead of it; at present they do not execute it of one. I yesterday bought some Chain comme il faut, especially that part of the paigne and Burgundy, paid the master fair-fex iv ho diftribuce fruit and flow. of the Cave du Roy for it, and he gave ers; for as to the fish-venders, I have me the change due to me; yet, in five never ventured to flounder among them. minutes after my return home, he sent I have said above, that that town is the wine after me, with a demand of inhabited by 24,000 fouls, yet they ocone livre lixecen fous more, not from a cupy such bodies as í defy the world to mistake, but an overcharge, contrary to produce the like. I do aver, and I my agreement. I mention such trifles, speak it from HONEST truth, that, in that strangers who follow me may be near a month's residence in it, I have upon their guard, for they expe&t to be not seen one single woman that had the paid for the civil words they beflow up- least pretence to beauty, and but one on strangers, whom they mortally hate, female child; but I have seen thousands and that too almost from the first to the of both sexes the most outré I ever belafl

. It is therefore with pleasure I held in any city, province, or kingdom, hear, that they, who forsook their King, I ever visited, and I have visited many. will be forsaken by him. Versailles can never be a scene of delight to either the

Paris, Sept. 28. King or Quéen, nor indeed is it in my I HAVE this day been to mass, in eyes (after it has been once examined) order to say my prayers, hear the mua place to be enjoyed; nay, I am sure fick, and to fee the King of tbe Frencb; it inust, to a thinking being, appear a and, had I been kept so long upon my monument of shameful tyranny, built legs, and for some time upon my knees, by an imperious, insolent worm, who when the Hort was elevated, in any could not look out of a single win other house than the House of God, Í dow in his palace without seeing thou- 1hould have thought my time ill-besands of his subjects starving for want of sowed; for, to jay truth, us belowbread. There are at this minute, I am fairs gozers were bas monded on all well informed, 8000 children in it now fides. The King came into his gallery in that situation, though the country quite alone, dressed in a plain fuit of abounds plentifully on all sides with brown cloth, with no other insignia of corn, wine, and oil. When the King rank than the croix de St. Louis (though last left it, his courts were fained with the National Assembly bave allowed him blood, and marked with death; now ibe cordon-tleis, if be pleases to wear il). they are only amusing ibemselves with His Majesty brought his little prayer, Micing off one anolber's moles: but, as I book in his hand, looked pale, and, I am determined to pay my way out, I think, unhappy; turned the leaves of hope to escape hence in a few days his book backward and forward too of. without parting with my nose before its ten to read the contents; and, as he time. I am glad, however, they have hates mulick, that too was no entertaingot ebeir liberiy as well as the King his; ment to him, though much to me, for for, good man, he took the kingdom as it consisted of the hnet vocal and inhe found it, and did all he could to strumental harmony Paris affords. From mend it. He has been visited, however, church, I went to see the grand exhibifor the fins of his forefathers with a

tion of artists, open to all the world, vengeance, but now bids fair to be the like the chapel, and notbing to pay. happies Monarch upon the habitable Seeing such a number of dirty wretches globe; and I hope he will be wise enough amidit people of condition, I very imto poor bis swallows, and enjoy his pertinently and improperiy expressed four-and.cwenty millions, now he has iny astonishment, and was instantly got such a troop of minifters to do his properly, but politely, reprimanded by business. Without a language-master, a woman of no high rank, who stood the King has acquired a good know.

" Sir,” laid she, “ we have ledge of the English; he reads our many poor people, who are, however,

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very ingenious, and whose appearance is the want of money, for I paid in gold here may be of fervice to them." I and filver, 30 livres, and I am sure 301. kissed the rod, and confessed at the would not have bought them in Paris. thrine of the artists, though I omitted it Among them are five of cartoons, en at the House of God. To give you an rouge, of the first impreffion, in the account of the variety of paintings molt perfect preservation; and, in order which the Louvre exhibits would be to finish the amusement of one day, I endless; for of 794 arricles, 700 of paid my respects to a gentleman, whose them were worthy perhaps of particular late high liation might have deprived notice, I shall, therefore, only at pre me of that honour, Munf, L'Abbé De sent mention one; it was a full-length Foy, who, before the Revolution, pofportrait of a lady standing-up and play. feffed more than four thousand pounds ing upon the harp. The elegance of her ferling a year, and now (I am alhamed figure, the excellence of her friped to say it) lodges above me. He is 72 fatin night-gown, would make even our years of age, a man of genius, sense, Knigbl, or my late friend Gainsborough, and spirit, and bears his misfortunes cbange colour. I protest I thought it a

like a man. He is not left, however, deception, and that it was reality in without bread, or he should have a bit stead of imitation. This picture bears of mine ; for, though I am a liberty. the name of Landray. During my resi. man, I am, like the Irishman when the dence at Versailles, I bought two port- house was on fire, only a lodger for a folios of prints and drawings, containing thort time in his House; and on the nearly as many as I could lift, and more earth,

A WANDERER. than I could carry. They coft me, such Mr. URBAN,

Plymouth, June 1. NNEXED you have, No. 1, a fac-simile copy of a warrant as chaplain to the original in the possession of a gentleman of Cornwall. Mr. Flamock, after the Restoration, was ejected from his chaplain ihip and rectory of Lanivet for nonconformity, 1662. He died at Tavistock, much respected, in the year 1692.

Nos, 2 and 3 are epitaphs in St. Andrew's church; in which there are several curious inscriptions, which I shall collect for your Magazine. Yours, &c.

B. B. HAYDEN. OLIVER CROMWELL, Esq. Captaine Generall and Com

mander in Chief of the Armies and Forces raised, and to be raised, by Authority of Parliament within the Commonwealth of England.

To HENKY FLAMOCK, Preacher. Bu virtue of the power and authority to me devised from the Parliament of England, I doe herely constitute and apbunte you preacher to the guarriion of Pendevnis, whereof Sir Hardrelie Waller, knt. is gouvenor. Which said place you shall, hy virtue of this comislion, receive into your charge : you are, therefore, dilligently to intend the executivn thereof, and faithfully and duly to execute and to

found all things incident and belonging thereunto. And the officers and souldiers of the said guarrison are hereby required to acknowlege you as theire preacher. And you are likewise to observe and follow our orders, directions, as you shall from time to time receive frem myselfe, the governor, and the superior officers of the said guarrison, according to the discipline of warr. Given under my hand and seale this pinèth day of Aprill, 1653 *,

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* The arms on the real are: 1. Sable, a lion rampant, Argent; 2. Sable, a chevron be. tween three spears heads, Argent, their points imbrued proper; 3. Sable, a chevron be. tween three fleurs-de-lis, Argent; 4. Guies, three chevronels, Argent; 5. Argent, a lion rampant, Sable; 6. As the fift.-Creft on wreath, a derni.lion holding the lower part of a broken spear. Edit.


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