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" In 1361, Edward III. granted to Sir Guy de Bryan two hundred marks a year for having discreetly borne the king's banner at the siege of Calais in 1347 ; and Thomas Strickland, the esquire who so gallantly sustained HENRY'S banner at Agincourt, urged the... "
Excerpta Historica: Or, Illustrations of English History - Page 48
by Samuel Bentley - 1833 - 444 pages
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Lectures on Heraldry: In which the the Principles of the Science are ...

Heraldry - 1844 - 216 pages
...this — " The banner was of nearly a square form, and contained the arms of its owner; the standard was long, and narrow, and split at the end ; in the...those entitled to carry a banner, whilst many who might bear a standard had no pretensions to a banner." OF KNIGHTHOOD. Knighthood is undoubtedly of...
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The Patrician, Volume 1

John Burke, Sir Bernard Burke - Genealogy - 1846
...sons in his stead, and with them his Banner of " Blue, billetee of gold, with a dancette'e over all." The right to bear a banner was confined to bannerets and persons of higher rank. In 1361, Edward III. granted to Sir Guy de Bryan two hundred marks a year for having discreetly borne...
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Vicissitudes of families: and other essays, Volume 1

Sir Bernard Burke - History - 1860 - 437 pages
...sons in his stead, and with them his Banner of " Blue, billetee of gold with a dancette over all." The right to bear a banner was confined to bannerets and persons of higher rank. In 1361, Edward III. granted to Sir Guy de Bryan two hundred marks a year for having discreetly borne...
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Our Flag: Origin and Progress of the Flag of the United States of America ...

George Henry Preble - Flags - 1872 - 535 pages
...his two brave sons in his stead with his banner of blue billetee of gold, with a dancettee over all. The right to bear a banner was confined to bannerets and persons of higher rank. In 1361, Edward III granted to Sir Guy de Bryan two hundred marks a year for having discreetly borne...
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History of the Flag of the United States of America: And of the Naval and ...

George Henry Preble - Flags - 1880 - 815 pages
...his two brave sons in his stead with his banner of blue biletee of gold, with a dancettee over all. The right to bear a banner was confined to bannerets and persons of higher rank. According to the roll of Carleverock, the banners of the principal nobles were made of silk. The banner...
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The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales: Comprising a ...

Bernard Burke - Armory - 1864 - 1185 pages
...sons in his stead), and with them his banner of " blue, billetee of gold with a dancette" over all." The right to bear a banner was confined to bannerets and persons of higher rank. In 13(51, Edward III. granted to Sir Guy de Bryan two hundred marks a year for having discreetly borne...
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Origin and History of the American Flag and of the Naval and Yacht ..., Volume 1

George Henry Preble, Charles Edward Asnis - Flags - 1917
...his two brave sons in his stead with his banner of blue biletee of gold, with a dancettee over all. The right to bear a banner was confined to bannerets and persons of higher rank. According to the roll of Carleverock, the banners of the principle nobles were made of silk. The banner...
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