The Visitation of London in the Year 1568: Taken by Robert Cooke, Clarenceux King of Arms, and Since Augmented Both with Descents and Arms
Joseph Jackson Howard, Sir George John Armytage, College of Arms (Great Britain)
Harleian Society, 1869 - Heraldry - 118 pages
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Page 124 - That no payment shall be made to any person for editing any work for the Society, but that the Editor of each Volume shall be entitled to ten copies of the work so edited by him.
Page 4 - Visitation,^ are, Azure, on a fess between three eagles displayed or a fret between two martlets of the first. Crest, upon a crescent or, charged with a fret between two martlets azure, an eagle displayed of the last.
Page 9 - The uppermost shield is quarterly, 1. and 4. Gules, on a chief Argent, two mullets Sable, for Bacon, 2. and 3. Barry of six, Or and Azure, a bend Gules, for Quaplode : crest, on a wreath, a boar passant Ermine. On the arms and crest a crescent is placed for filial distinction. The tablet underneath is inscribed in gold letters : HONORATIS8.
Page 46 - Sable ; on a Chief of the second, a Lion passant guardant, of the first.
Page 72 - Party per chevron Sable and Argent, in chief three mullets Or, in base as many garbs Gules...
Page 58 - Barry wavy of six argent and azure, on a chief gules three bezants.
Page 19 - Argent, three bars sable ; in chief as many trivets of the last.