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" every standard or guydhome is to hang in the chiefe the Crosse of St. George, to be slitte at the ende, and to conteyne the crest or supporter, with the poesy, worde and devise of the owner... "
Excerpta Historica: Or, Illustrations of English History - Page 48
by Samuel Bentley - 1833 - 444 pages
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Archaeologia: Or, Miscellaneous Tracts, Relating to Antiquity.., Volume 22

Archaeology - 1829
...states: " Euery standard and Guydhome [whence the etymology of the word is obvious] to have in the chief the crosse of St. George, to be slitte at the ende, and to conteyne the creste or supporter, with the posey, worde, and devise of the owner." It adds, that " a guydhome must...
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THE RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW, AND HISTORICAL AND ANTIQUARIAN MAGAZINE

HENRY SOUTHERN, ESQ. M.A - 1827
...longe. The Erles Standard six yards longe. . . The Barons Standard five yards longe. The Bannerets Standard four yards and a halfe longe. The Knightes...the owner. Place under the Standard an hundred men. PKNNON. — A pennon must be two and a halfe yardes longe, made rounde at the ende, and conteyneth...
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The Retrospective review [ed. by H. Southern].

Henry Southern - 1827
...yardes longe. The Erles Standard six yards longe. The Barons Standard five yards longe. The Bannerets Standard four yards and a halfe longe. The Knightes...the owner. Place under the Standard an hundred men. PENNON — A pennon must be two and a halfe yardes inner. made ronnde at the ende, and conteyneth the...
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The Retrospective Review, and Historical and ..., Volume 1; Volume 15

1827
...yardes longe. The Erles Standard six yards longe. The Barons Standard five yards longe. The Bannerets Standard four yards and a halfe longe. The Knightes...the owner. Place under the Standard an hundred men. PENNON. — A pennon must be two and a halfe yardes longe, made rounde at the ende, and conteyneth...
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The Retrospective Review, and Historical and Antiquarian Magazine

Books - 1827
...yardes longe. The Erles Standard six yards longe. The Barons Standard five yards longe. The Bannerets Standard four yards and a halfe longe. The Knightes...to be slitte at the ende, and to conteyne the crest OF supporter, with the poesy, worde, and devise of the owner. Place under the Standard an hundred men....
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The Nautical Magazine: A Journal of Papers on Subjects Connected ..., Volume 13

Naval art and science - 1844
...contains the cross of St. George," &c. — Excerpta Historica, p. 61. " Every Standard and Guydhomme to have in the chiefe the crosse of St. George, to be slitte at the ende , and to couteyne the crest or supporter, with the poesy, worde, and devise, of the owner." — Ibid. + A corruption...
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The History of the Town of Gravesend in the County of Kent, and of the Port ...

Robert Peirce Cruden - Gravesend (England) - 1843 - 569 pages
...part contains the cross of St. George," &c. Ezeerjita Historica,p. 51. " Every Standard and Guydhomme to have in the chiefe the crosse of St. George, to...with the poesy, worde, and devise, of the owner." Ibki. JA corruption ofyiiytlom or guydon. See preceding note. Dugdale's Warwickshire, vol. ip 408....
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Promptorium parvulorum sive clericorum: lexicon anglo-latinum princeps, Volume 1

Galfridus (Anglicus) - English language - 1843 - 563 pages
...stated that its length was to be 2^ or 3 yards : " euery standard and guydbome to have in the chief the crosse of St. George, to be slitte at the ende, and to conteyne the creste or supporter, with the posey, worde, and device of the owner." From Harl. MS. 838, it appears...
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Promptorium Parvulorum Sive Clericorum, Dictionarius Anglo ..., Volume 54

Galfridus (Anglicus) - English language - 1843
...stated that its length was to be 21 or 3 yards: " euery standard and guydhome to have in the chief the crosse of St. George, to be slitte at the ende, and to conteyne the creste or supporter, with the posey, worde, and device of the owner." Prom Harl. MS. 838, it appears...
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A Glossary of Terms Used in British Heraldry: With a Chronological Table ...

Henry Gough - Heraldry - 1847 - 360 pages
...2,358.) " and guydhome [is] to have in the chiefe [ie the part next to the staff] the crosse of Saint George, to be slitte at the ende, and to conteyne the crest or supporter, 4. 295 with the poesy, worde, and devise of the owner." The cross of S. George would now give place...
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