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PBEFACE. 


TTERALDRY  was  employed  in  the  feudal  ages  to  display  the  exploits 
of  chivalry,  and  to  reward  as  well  as  commemorate  its  triumphs 
over  oppression  and  violence.  Amidst  the  imperfections  of  uncultivated 
eloquence  and  a  general  ignorance  of  written  language,  the  ensigns  of 
heraldry  were  peculiarly  significant.  They  addressed  the  imagination  by 
a  more  direct  channel  and  in  a  more  striking  manner  than  words ;  while 
at  one  glance  they  recalled  the  most  important  events  in  the  history  of 
persons,  families,  and  nations.  Their  immediate  relations  to  war,  and  to 
the  honourable  distinctions  arising  from  it,  connected  them  with  the  deeds 
and  manners  of  former  times.  Exhibited  on  the  shields  and  vestments 
of  warriors,  they  also  adorned  the  most  splendid  apparel  of  peace ;  and 
were  often  transferred  to  more  durable  materials,  to  perpetuate  the 
memory  of  those  who  bore  them.  They  formed  the  chief  ornaments  in 
the  palaces  of  the  great,  were  chosen  by  artists  of  various  professions  to 
embellish  their  respective  works,  were  set  up  in  courts  of  judicature, 
and  impressed  on  the  public  money.  Thus,  to  the  utmost  extent  of 
their  application,  did  armorial  bearings  become  the  symbolical  language 
of  Europe. 

In  all  the  countries  of  Europe,  rank,  title,  and  precedence  are  the 
grand  prizes  in  the  race  of  life.  This  is  especially  true  of  Great  Britain, 
where,  from  many  causes,  these  honours  are  universally  and  justly 
believed  to  be  endowed  with  a  "  mortal  immortality,"  to  be  stable  as 
the  rocks  that  gird  our  isle ;  but  that  the  avenues  to  the  titled  platform, 
until  a  recent  period  of  our  history,  have  been  too  jealously  guarded, 
and  that  the  honours  due  to  genius,  valour,  patriotism,  and  industry 


iv  PREFACE. 


have    been    too    much    bestowed    in    the    spirit     of    party,    will    hardly 
be  denied. 

The  nobles  of  a  land  should  constitute  at  once  its  glory  and  its 
strength ;  they  should  be  in  some  respects  its  "  turrets  and  foundation- 
stone."  In  no  country  are  these  requirements  so  generally  met  as  in  our 
own,  where  diadems  and  coronets  cannot  shelter  from  the  consequences 
of  dishonour,  but,  on  the  contrary,  derive  additional  lustre  from  the 
practice  of  virtue  and  the  efforts  of  patriotism. 

A  Crest  is  the  uppermost  part  of  an  Armoury,  or  that  part  of  the 
casque,  or  helmet,  next  to  the  mantle.  It  derives  its  name  from  Crista, 
a  cock's  comb,  as  it  was  supposed  to  have  been  originally  a  projection 
over  the  top  of  some  helmets  (many  of  which,  however,  had  none),  and  it 
has  been  supposed  by  Antiquarians  that  the  first  hint  of  the  Crest  arose 
from  this  projection.  The  Crest  was  deemed  a  greater  mark  of  Nobility 
than  the  Armoury,  as  it  was  borne  at  tournaments,  to  which  none  were 
admitted  until  they  had  given  strong  proofs  of  their  magnanimity. 
Hence,  the  word  Crest  is  figuratively  used  for  spirit  or  courage. 

The  original  purpose  of  a  Crest,  as  some  Authors  affirm,  was  to  make 
a  commander  known  to  his  men  in  battle  ;  or,  if  it  represented  a  monster, 
or  other  tremendous  object,  to  render  him  warlike  and  terrific.  But  there 
is  no  satisfactory  proof  whether  the  Crest  was  really  meant  to  render  a 
leader  easily  recognised  by  his  men,  to  make  him  look  more  formidable  in 
battle,  or  as  an  ornamental  mark  of  distinction. 

Some  Writers  imagine  that  Crests  were  originally  plumes  of  feathers  ; 
but,  in  all  probability,  these  were  nothing  more  than  a  particular  kind  of 
Crest.  The  earliest  Crests  with  which  we  are  acquainted,  were  animals 
of  different  kinds,  and  their  parts,  monsters,  branches  of  trees,  plumes  of 
hair  or  feathers,  and  the  like. 

The  Crest  was  an  honourable  emblem  of  distinction,  which  frequently 
characterised  the  bearer  as  much  as  his  arms,  and  was  sometimes  con- 
stituted by  Royal  Grant.  Crests  are  said  to  have  been  of  particular  use  in 
tilts  and  joustings,  where  no  shield  was  borne,  for  the  bearer  was  thus 
distinguished  who  would  otherwise  have  been  known  by  his  armorial 
bearings.  We  find  in  the  representations  of  ancient  encounters,  that  the 
combatants  appear  with  enormous  Crests,  almost  as  large  as  the  helmets. 


PREFACE. 


Those  Knights  and  Gentlemen,  who  repaired  to  tournaments,  were  dis- 
tinguished by  their  Crests.  None  were  deemed .  worthy  of  partaking  of 
such  fetes  who  did  not  bear  arms  of  some  kind,  unless  of  undoubted 
superiority  by  birth  or  merit.  Crests  were  likewise  embroidered  on  the 
vestments  of  the  attendants  at  the  processions  of  Parliament,  Coronations, 
and  public  solemnities ;  they  were  also  engraven,  carved,  or  printed  on 
property  in  the  same  manner  as  coats  of  arms. 

According  to  the  general  opinion,  the  Crest  was  not  hereditable  like 
the  arms  of  a  family,  and,  consequently,  every  successor  might  assume  a 
new  one.  This,  however,  was  not  the  practice  of  this  kingdom  ;  for  it  is 
well  known  that  the  Crest  of  many  families,  being  esteemed  as  distinctive 
as  the  bearings  in  the  shield,  has  been  transmitted  from  one  generation 
to  another  for  several  centuries.  The  immense  variety  of  Crests  has 
probably  arisen  from  thfc  younger  branches  of  a  family  retaining  the 
paternal  coat,  and  assuming  a  different  Crest ;  and  this  may  be  the  cause 
for  supposing  that  the  Crest  may  be  changed  though  the  arms  may  not. 

Some  declare  a  Crest  is  a  mere  ornament,  but  it  has  been  so  much 
considered  a  mark  of  distinction  that  different  Sovereigns  have  made 
additions  to  the  Crests  of  their  subjects.  Indeed,  it  was  uniformly 
esteemed  an  honourable  symbol.  In  addition  to  Crests  being  the  subject 
of  Royal  Grant,  there  are  instances  of  some  having  been  assumed  and 
confirmed  in  commemoration  of  warlike  deeds  or  other  honourable  events. 
Some  were  taken  to  preserve  the  fame  of  a  progenitor,  whose  name  implied 
something  martial  or  illustrious,  and  others  were  allusive  to  dignified 
offices.  Several  have  been  granted  for  certain  services.  It  appears  from 
ancient  monuments,  that  the  Crest  consisted  of  some  plain  and  simple 
device,  or  what  was. applicable  to  the  assumer  only;  as  appears  from  an 
eagle's  head,  a  bird's  wing,  a  peacock's  tail,  a  banner,  &c.  But  so  great 
has  been  the  deviation  from  this  practice,  that  it  is  impossible  to  assign 
any  rule  for  the  subsequent  assumption  of  Crests.  Many  persons  of 
different  names  bear  similar  Crests,  and  as  many  of  the  same  name  bear 
different  ones.  Every  day  we  may  behold  the  most  uncommon,  com- 
plicated, and  unintelligible  Crests,  chosen  without  design  or  reason. 

Women,  it  is  generally  asserted,  may  not  bear  Crests,  because  in 
ancient  times  they  could  not  wear  a  helmet.  We  have,  however, 


vi  PREFACE: 


innumerable  instances  of  women  bearing  coats  armorial ;  a  fact  parti- 
cularly illustrated  by  their  seals,  which  are  still  preserved :  and  here, 
undoubtedly,  is  a  gross  inconsistency,  for  a  woman  was  as  incapable  of 
using  a  shield  as  of  bearing  a  helmet.  . 

The  period  when  Crests  were  first  introduced  into  Britain  cannot  be 
ascertained.  We  find  in  a  drawing  of  the  thirteenth  century,  relative  to 
a  military  encounter  of  Ofia,  there  is  a  figure  with  a  kind  of  Crest  on  the 
helmet ;  and  the  same  figure  occurs  again  in  another  transaction  of  that 
time.  The  great  seal  of  Eichard  L,  who  died  A.D.  1 199,  first  represents 
the  English  King  with  something  on  his  helmet  resembling  a  plume  of 
feathers.  After  this  reign  most  of  the  English  Kings  had  crowns  on  their 
helmets.  On  that  of  Richard  II.,  prior  to  the  year  1377,  is  a  lion  on  a 
cap  of  state.  On  the  helmet  of  Henry  IV.  is  his  Crest,  as  also  on  the 
head  of  his  horse. 

Alexander  III.,  who  began  to  reign  I  249,  is  the  first  of  the  Scottish 
Kings  who  appears  with  a  Crest :  he  has  a  flat  helmet  with  a  square 
grated  visor,  and  a  Crest  consisting  of  a  plume  of  feathers ;  a  plume  is 
likewise  on  the  head  of  the  horse.  The  helmet  of  Robert  I.,  who  began 
to  reign  1306,  is  found  with  a  triangular  grated  visor,  a  crown  above  it, 
and  plumes  on  the  horse's  head.  Ornaments  are  on  the  head  of  Edward 
Baliol's  horse,  nearly  of  the  same  period.  The  visor  of  David,  the 
successor  of  Robert,  is  in  front,  but  no  Crest  on  the  helmet,  nor  have  the 
two  succeeding  Kings  any.  James  I.,  in  the  beginning  of  the  fifteenth 
century,  has  a  lion  on  his  helmet  for  a  Crest. 

At  the  time  the  Royal  Seal  exhibited  no  Crest  they  were  common 
on  those  of  subjects.  It  is  affirmed  that,  before  the  year  1286,  the  Crest, 
accompanied  by  the  mantlings  and  wreath,  was  known  in  England.  In 
1292  there  is  a  seal  of  Hugh  le  Despencer,  with  a  warlike  figure  on  the 
helmet  and  horse's  head.  These  figures  are  frequently  to  be  met  with  in 
the  thirteenth  century,  but  what  they  represented,  or  what  their  utility 
was,  is  doubtful.  There  is  a  dragon  on  the  helmet  of  Thomas  Earl  of 
Lancaster,  who  was  beheaded  A.D.  1322.  On  the  reverse  is  a  swan  above 
the  shield,  just  where  a  Crest  should  be,  on  the  one,  and  on  the  other  a 
lion ;  but  whether  they  were  designed  for  Crests,  or  for  figures  on  which 
the  shield  was  hung,  as  was  then  usual,  cannot  be  positively  said,  for  it 


PREFACE.  vii 


was  sometimes  suspended  from  an  eagle's  back  around  the  neck,  or  hung 
on  a  tree. 

The  same  may  be  said  of  Scottish  Crests ;  though  none  are  on  the 
great  seal  they  are  frequent  on  those  of  subjects.  There  is  a  writing  of 
great  importance,  dated  1371,  to  which  many  seals  are  affixed,  and  most 
of  them  have  a  Crest.  On  a  seal  of  the  Earl  of  Strathern,  attached  to  a 
writing,  1320,  is  a  shield  placed  between  eagles,  so  that  the  head  of  the 
bird  appears  above,  like  a  Crest.  The  helmet  of  Robert,  Governor  of 
Scotland,  bears  a  lion,  1413  ;  and  the  same  is  on  that  of  Murdac,  his 
successor,  both  being  Crests. 

The  chief  sources  from  which  Heraldic  instruction  is  to  be  derived 
are  the  seals  which  are  appendages  to  ancient  writings,  illuminated 
manuscripts,  tombs,  and  buildings.  Seals  are  the  most  authentic,  but 
proper  illuminations  probably  afforded  better  illustrations,  because  seals 
bear  the  armour  only  in  a  particular  character.  It  is  also  very  probable 
that  the  same  seal  hath  served  for  several  generations.  Indeed,  one  of 
the  most  useful  purposes  to  which  both  Crests  and  armorial  shields  were 
applied,  was  in  the  seals  affixed  to  written  instruments,  as  already 
intimated. 

To  a  volume  like  the  present,  further  preliminary  observations  would 
be  superfluous ;  we  shall  therefore  close  this  brief  introduction  with 
informing  the  reader  that  the  objects  of  this  work  are  to  encourage  the 
study  of  this  important  branch  of  the  Heraldic  science  ;  to  present  as  full 
a  collection  of  Crests  as  the  limits  of  the  work  will  admit ;  and  to  exhibit 
a  large  number  of  subjects,  which  for  drawing  and  engraving  have  never 
been  equalled,  and  which  will  serve  as  a  standard  of  excellence  for  all 
future  time. 


29  ALWYNE  ROAD, 
LONDON,  September  1883. 


CONTENTS   OF   VOL.    I. 


ARMS  OF  GREAT  BRITAIN  Title  page 

PREFACE            ....  Page    iii 

INDEX  TO  FAMILY  CRESTS          .  i 

DICTIONARY   OF  TERMS  AND   SUBJECTS  USED   IN   CRESTED 

HERALDRY       ...  „     44 1 

KEY  TO  PLATES  OF  CRESTS         .  „     453 

MOTTOES  AND  TRANSLATIONS  .  .                „     507 


INDEX 


TO 


FAMILY    CRESTS. 


NOTE. — The  reference  numbers  mean,  as  in  Aaron,  plate  156,  crest  9.  The  word  comp. 
(compare)  at  some  names  means  that  the  reference  is  given  only  for  comparative  purposes,  the 
plate  not  corresponding  precisely  to  the  emblazonment.  Where  see  plate-  occurs,  the  reference 
is  given  for  general  comparison. 


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

elbow,  in  pale,  ppr.  156.  9 

ABADAIN,  or  ABAUDAIN,  a  savage,  wreathed 

about  head  and  middle  with  laurel  leaves, 

holding  over  shoulder  a  club,  all  ppr. 

125.  10 
ABADAM,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand  a  broken  spear, 

all  ppr.  144.  4 

ABADAM,  of  Middleton  Hall,  Carmarthen,  out 

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

gu.     Aspire — and — Indulge  not. 

comp.  44.  13 

ABARLE,  Eng.,  a  flute,  in  pale,  ppr.        155.  8 
ABAROUGH,  or  ABARON,  Somers.,  a  ferret,  ar., 

collared,  or,  lined,  az.  34.  6 

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

70.  4 
ABBEFORD,  Leic.,  on  a  chapeau,  ppr.,  a  water- 

bouget,  sa.  85.  6 

ABBERBURY,  a  hawk,  wings  expanded,  resting 

dexter  on  a  mount,  ppr.  105.  6 

ABBERBURY,  a  camel's  head,  sa.  31.  7 

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

pale,  ppr.,  hilted,  or.  153.   15 

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

az.  70.  6 

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

102.    10 

ABBEY,  Eng.,  a  leopard,  rampant,  ppr.    u.  8 

ABBIS,  ABBISS,  ABIS,  or  ABYS,  Norf.,  a  spur, 
az.,  leather,  sa.,  buckle,  of  the  first.  127.  9 

ABBORNE,  a  dexter  arm,  ppr.,  vested,  az., 
cuffed,  or,  in  hand,  of  the  first,  a  baton,  in 
bend  sinister,  gu.,  tipped  with  gold.  '  I.  4 

ABBOT,  Baron  Colchester,  Ess.,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  or,  a  unicorn's  head,  between 
ostrich  feathers,  ar.,  quilled,  or.  Deo  patrice 
amicus.  70.  2 

ABBOT,  or  ABBOTT,  in  hand  a  dagger,  point 
downwards,  dropping  blood.  130.  1 1 

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

comp.  1 6.  II 

ABBOT,  a  snail,  ppr.  6.  4  or  5 

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

70.  2 

ABBOT,  Lincoln,  a  unicorn's  head,  erased,  ar., 
charged  with  a  bargemelle.  comp.  70.  5 


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

73-   I 

ABBOT,  Eng.,  a  demi-unicorn,  enn.,  collared, 
az.,  studded,  or.  70.  7 

ABBOT,  a  cubit  arm,  erect,  vested,  and  cuffed, 
erm.,  in  hand,  a  crescent,  ar.  144.  6 

ABBOT  of  Castleacre,  Norf.,  a  griffin,  sejant, 
or.  88.  13 

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

comp.  88.  13 

ABBOTT,  Lond.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  uni- 
corn's head,  between  two  ostrich  feathers, 
ar.  Defendamus.  70.  2 

ABBS,  Durh.,  the  sun  in  splendour.  Noli 
irritare  leonem.  7.  10 

ABBY,  Eng.,  a  cross  crosslet,  az.  140.  14 

ABCOT,  or  ABCOTT,  a  rose,  barbed.          150.  I 

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

102.  10 

ABDEN,  Eng.,  a  swan's  head,  ppr.,  between 
wings,  az.  75.  i 

ABDEY,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  ppr.,  beaked, 
or.  1 02.  10 

ABDY,  and  ABDEY,  Ess.,  an  eagle's  head, 
erased,  ppr.  102.  10 

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

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

102.  9 

ABDY,  Bart.,  Surr.,  an  eagle's  head,  erased, 
ppr.  Tenax  et  Jidelis.  102.  10 

ABECK,  or  HABECK.  Eng. ,  out  of  a  mural  coro- 
net, an  arm,  vested,  az.,  cuffed,  ar.,  in  hand 
a  mullet.  152.  3 

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

114.  TO 

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.  143.  7 

ABEL,  Ess.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  in 
hand  a  couteau,  all  ppr.  1 2 1.  6 

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

117.  10 

ABELHALL,  or  ABLEHALL,  Eng.,  a  non's  head, 
erased,  sa.,  between  wings,  or.  49.  6 

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.  132.  2 

ABELON,  or  ABILON,  Eug.,  a  mitre,  ppr.,  rib- 
bons, gu.  159-  3 

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

8.  12 

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

54-  ii 

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

152.  12 

ABER,  Eng.,  a  demi-talbot,  rampant,  ar., 
ducally  gorged,  gu.  61.  9 

ABEKBURY,  Oxon.,  a  hawk,  wings  expanded, 
resting  dexter  on  a  mount,  ppr.  105.  6 

ABERBUTHNET,  a  dove  within  adder  in  a  circle, 
ppr.  Jnnocue  ac  provide.  118.4 

ABERBUTHNET  of  Fiddes,  a  peacock,  passant, 
ppr.  Tarn  internet,,  quam  externa.  117-  10 

ABERBUTHNET  of  Eindowrie,  a  peacock,  issu- 
ing. Interna  prcestant.  117.  13 

ABERBUTHNOT,  Sco.,  a  peacock.  117.  I 

ABERBUTHNOT,  Sco.,  a  peacock's  head,  ppr., 
beaked,  or.  Laus  Deo.  1 1 7.  2 

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. 

25.  10 

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

3-  9 

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

150.   10 

ABERCROMBIE  of  Tullibody,  a  bee,  volant,  ppr. 
Vive  ut  vivas.  76.  4 

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

100.  13 

ABERCROMBIE  of  that  Ilk,  Sco.,  on  a  mount,  an 
oak-tree,  acorned,  all  ppr.  Tace.  26.  5 

ABERCROMBIE,  a  cross  on  grieces,  gu.  In  cruce 
solus.  137-4 

ABERCROMBIE  of  Fetternier,  a  cross  crosslet, 
fitched,  gu.  In  cruce  salus.  141.  14 

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

76.  4 

ABERCROMBY,  Banff,  on  a  mount,  an  oak-tree, 
acorned,  all  ppr.  Tace.  26.  5 

ABERDEEN,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand  an  annulet, 
ppr.  Intemerata  fides.  128.  4 

ABERDEEN,  Ear!  of  (Hamilton-Gordon),  a  sinis- 
ter arm  and  dexter  hand,  with  bow  ,and 
arrow,  ppr.  Ne  nimium.  147.  13 

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

120.  14 

ABERDWELL,  or  ABREDROBELL,  Eng.,  a  grey- 
hound, current  towards  a  tree,  vert.  1 7.  6 

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.  14.   13 

ABERIGH,  on  a  mount,  a  ferret,  ppr.         34.  5 

ABERKERDOUR,  and  ABERKIRDOR,  Sco.,  a  sword, 
in  pale.  Pro  rege  et  patria.  65.  6 

ABERKIRDOR,  Sco.,  within  horns  of  a  crescent, 
ar.,  a  buckle,  az.  80.  I 

ABERKIRDOR,  and  ABERKIRDOUR,  Sco.,  on 
point  of  sword,  in  pale,  a  garland,  all  ppr. 
Pro  reje.  156.  3 


ABERNEATHY,    Sco.,   a  ship  under  sail,   ppr. 
Salus  per  Christum.  21.  13 

ABERNEATHY,  a  parrot,  in  dexter,  a  pear. 

118.  10 

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

parrot  feeding  on  bunch  of  cherries,  all  ppr. 

Salus  per  Christum.  118.  9 

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

In  Christo  salus.  141.   14 

ABERNETHY  of  Corskie,  in  the  sea  a  ship  in 

distress.     Salus  per  Christum.  21.  4 

ABERNETHY  of  Auchinloich,    a  parrot,    ppr. 

In  Christo  salus.  1 1 8.   12 

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

per  Christum.  21.   13 

ABERNETHY,  a  three-masted  ship  in  storm. 

21.  10 
ABERTON,  Eng.,  on  a  human  heart,  gu.,  an 

eagle's  foot,  erased,  ppr.  50.   10 

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

or.  70.  6 

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

123.  12 
ABINGDON  of  Dowdeswell,  Glouc.,  an  arm,  in 

armour,  embowed,  in  hand  an  ancient  mace, 

bow  at  shoulder.  151.   10 

ABINGDON,  a  dexter  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 

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

downward.  67.   15 

ABINGDON,  a  bull,  rampant.  14.  12 

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

crowned,  az.  see  plate  96 

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.  122.  5 

ABINGER,  Baron  (Scarlet),  a  Tuscan  column, 

supported  on  either  side  by  a  lion's  gamb. 

Sine  stet  viribus.  117.  3 

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

hand  grasping  a  sword,  all  ppr.         140.    13 
ABLYN,  Eng.,  a  sword,  in  pale,  enfiled  with  a 

savage's  head,  ppr.  132.  2 

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

rampant,    or,    between   paws   a   pellet,    sa. 

Fortiter  et  honeste.  43.   1 5 

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

ppr.,  vomiting  flames,  gu.  48.   14 

ABOT,  Eng.,  a  unicorn's  head,  erased,  ppr.  70.  5 
ABOYNE,  Earl  of.  44.  14 

ABRAHALL,  Heref.,  a  hedgehog,  ppr.         33.  2 
ABRAHAM,  Eng.,  the  sun,  or.  7.   10 

ABRAHAM,  the  sun  in  flames.  .         7.  9 

ABRAHAMS,  Eng.,  a  chapeau,  with  plume  of 

ostrich -feathers,  all  ppr.  51.   n 

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

ppr.  7.   i 

ABRAM,  Lorraine,  a  bee,  or.  76.  5 

ABREY,   Eng.,  a  chevalier   on   horseback,   at 

full  speed,  holding  a  broken  spear.      73.   12 
ABRISCOURT,  Oxon.,  a  hare,  close,  among  grass, 

ppr.  58.  6. 

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

erased,  sa.  19.  6 

ABSALEM,  ABSOLOM,  and  ABSOLON,  Eng.,  a 

fleur-de-lis,  or.  142.   13 

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

muzzled.  28.  6. 

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

eagle's  foot,  erased,  ppr.  50.   10 

ABUSCOURT,  and  ABUSTOURT,   Eng.,  a  hare, 

close,  among  grass,  ppr.  58.  6 


AGO 


ADA 


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

7.    12 

ACECK,  ACBICHE,  or  HACKBECK,  a  cross  pattee, 
erm.  123.  5 

ACFORD,  a  horse's  head,  sa.,  bridled,  or.  72.  7 
ACGUILLUM,  in  hand  a  holly-branch.       125.  8 
ACHAM,  Plenyth,  Cornw.,  a  lion,   sejant,  or, 
collared  and  lined,  sa.  38.   I 

ACHAM,  a  demi-lion,  ar.,  holding  a  maunch, 
gu.  see  plate  43 

ACHANY,  Sco.,  out  of  a  crescent,  a  cross  cross- 
let,  fitched,  sa.     Per  ardua  ad  cdta.    127.   I 
ACHAKD,  a  crescent  inflamed,  ppr.  52-   I2 

ACHELEY,  Lond.  and  Salop,  an  eagle's  head, 
gu.,  winged,  or,  in  beak  a  branch  of  lilies, 
ar.,  leaved,  vert.  comp.  102.  13 

ACHELEY,  Eng.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased.  88.  7 
ACHELEY,  Eng.,  a  griffin's  head,  ppr.       87.  6 
ACHELEY,  Lord,  a  demi-swan,  gu.,  winged,  or, 
in  mouth  a  flower,  ar.  see  plate  75 

ACHEB,  Kent,  a  bull's  head,  erased,  gu.    15.  6 
ACHESON,  Earl  of  Gosford,  Iri.,  a  cock,  gu., 
standing  on  a  trumpet,  ppr.      Vigilantibus. 

94.  II 

ACHESON,  Eng.,  a  sandglass,  ppr.  153,  I 

ACHESON,  Sco.  and  Iri.,  a  cock,  ppr.  94.  12 
ACHESON,  Sco.,  an  eagle,  displayed.  95.  13 
ACHIESON,  Sco.,  an  astrolabe.  Observe. 

77.  ID 

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

ducally  crowned,  ppr.  122.  5 

ACHYEM,  Eng.,  a  crescent,  or.  140.  2 

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

or,  collared  and  chained,  sa.         comp.  38.  8 

ACKELOM,  a  Sagittarius,  shooting,  ppr. 

133.  13 

ACKERMAN,    Or    ACKERMANN,    Eng.,    out    of    a 

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

144.   2 

ACKERS,  Eng.,  a  Doric  column,  or.         132.  3 

ACKERS  of  Moreton  Hall,  Chester,  a  dove, 
rising,  in  mouth  an  olive-branch,  all  ppr. 
La  liberte.  1 06.  13 

ACKHURST,  a  demi-lion,  ar.,  in  dexter,  an 
acorn,  slipped,  vert,  fructed,  or.  '  see  plate  43 

ACKLAM,  or  ACLOME,  Yorks.,  a  demi-lion,  ar., 
holding  a  maunch,  gu.  see  plate  43 

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

38.  i 

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.  104.  5 

ACKROYD,  or  ACKEROYD,  Eng.,  a  dog,  sleeping, 
ppr.  59.  i 

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

88.  7 

ACKWORTH,  Kent,  a  griffin,  segreant.  Vincit 
qui  patitur.  86.  IO 

ACLAND,  Bart.,  Killerton,  Devons.,  and  Hol- 
nicote,  Somers.,  on  a  man's  hand,  in  fess, 
gloved,  a  falcon.  In^brardable.  104.  5 

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.  104.  5.  (2.)  For 
Palmer,  a  demi-panther,  gardant,  flames  issu- 
ing out  of  mouth  and  ears,  holding  a 
palm  branch,  ppr.  9.  6.  (3.)  For  Fuller,  on 
a  ducal  coronet,  gu.,  a  lion's  head,  ar. 
Palma  virtuti.  44.  6 


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

2.    10 

ACLEHUM,  a  demi-lion,  holding  an  escutcheon, 
gu.  see  plate  44 

ACOCK,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  a  swan,  issu- 
ing, ppr.  comp.  75.  5 

ACOTTS,  or  ACOTTIS,  Eng.,  a  lion,  rampant, 
gu.,  supporting  a  standard,  ppr.,  flag,  az., 
charged  with  a  saltier,  ar.  40.  14 

A' COURT,  Bart.,  an  eagle,  displayed,  sa., 
charged  with  two  cheveronels,  ar.,  in  beak 
a  lily,  slipped,  ppr.  Grandescunt  aucta 
labor e.  see  plate  95 

A'CouRT,  Eng.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  regard- 
ant, gu.  48.  12 

ACRAMAN,  Eng.,  out  of  a  vallary  coronet,  or, 
an  arm,  embowed,  ppr.,  vested,  in  hand  an 
oak-branch.  144.  2 

ACRE,  Westm.,  a  triangular  harrow,  ppr. 

H9-  5 

ACRES,  and  ACRIS,  an  eagle,  displayed,  ppr., 
charged  on  breast  with  a  torteau,  sa.  96.  5 

ACTON,  Bart.,  Salop,  within  a  wreath,  a  leg 
and  thigh,  in  armour,  ppr.,  couped,  and 
dropping  blood.  ,  I2O.  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.  46.  10 

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.  148.  II 

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

ACTON,  Eng.,  a  pine  tree,  leaved,  vert,  fructed, 
or.  26.  3 

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

94-  7 

ACTON,  a  demi-lion,  regardant,  supporting  a 

spear,  enfiled  with  a  savage's  head.     46.   IO 

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

88.  7 

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

134-   15 
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. 

123.  8 
ADAIR,  Bart.,  of  Flixton  Hall,  Suff.,  a  man's 

head,  couped  at  neck,  bloody,  ppr.     Loyal 

au  mort.  134.  15 

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

ppr.     Loyal  au  mort.  123.   12 

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

head,   affrontee,    dropping   blood,   all   ppr. 

Arte  et  marte.  67.  14 

ADAM,  Hants.,  a  crescent,  ar.  140.  2 

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

saltier,  ppr.     Crux  mihi  grata  quies.     52.  I 
ADAM,  or  ADAMS,  Eng.,  a  griffin's  head,  gu., 

between  wings,  or,  pellettee.  88.  6 

ADAM,  an  eagle,  volant,  ppr.  100.  8 

ADAM  of  Runcorn,  two  swords,  in  saltier,  and 

a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  in  pale.     Dominus 

ipsefaciet.  120.  4 

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

gu.     Crux  mihi  grata  quies.  Ji6.  14 


ADA 


ADL 


ADAM  of  Blairadam,  Kinross,  a  cross  crosslet, 
fitched,  gu.,  and  sword,  in  saltier,  ppr. 
Crux  mihi  grata  quies.  52-  l 

ADAM,  Walden,  Ess.,  a  talbot,  passant,  az., 
seme'e  of  bezants,  collared,  ar.  comp.  61.  8 

ADAMS  of  Ansty  Hall,  Warwick,  a  talbot, 
passant,  az.,  semee  of  bezants,  collared,  ar. 
Sub  cruce  veritas.  comp.  61.  8 

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.  103.  8  and  141.  4 

ADAMS  of  Holy  land,  Pembroke,  a  martlet,  ar. 
Certior  in  ccelo  domus.  119.  5 

ADAMS  of  Ahavagurrah,  Iri.,  a  griffin's  head, 
erased,  az.  MaLo  mori  quam  fcedari.  88.  7 

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

1 8.  10 

ADAMS,  Devons.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a 
demi-lion,  gardant.  see  plate  44 

ADAMS,  Camb.,  a  griffin's  head,  gu.,  between 
wings,  or.  88.  6 

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.  3.  9. 

ADAMS,  Lond.,  a  lion,  rampant,  or.         41.   12 

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

100.  8 

ADAMS,  Salop,  a  greyhound's  head,  erased, 
erm.  2O.  4 

ADAMS,  Cheaton,  Salop,  a  griffin's  head,  erased, 
erm.,  beaked,  gu.,  charged  with  a  cheveron 
vair,  or  and  az.  see  plate  87 

ADAMS,  Eng.,  a  griffin's  head,  between  wings, 
addorsed,  vert,  charged  on  breast  with  a 
cross,  or.  comp.  88.  6 

ADAMS,  Eng.,  a  raven,  sa.  114.  10 

ADAMS,  Iri.,  an  arm,  couped  at  shoulder,  em- 
bowed,  ppr.,  vested,  gu.,  in  hand  a  flag,  sa., 
charged  with  a  bee.  151.  12 

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

comp.  103.  8,  and  141.  4 

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

19.  6 

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  100 

ADAMSON,  Newcastle  -upon-Tyne,  a  cross  cross- 
let,  gu.  140.  14 

ADAMSON,  a  lion,  passant,  in  dexter  a  cross 
crosslet,  fitched,  gu.  see  plate  36 

ADAMSON,  Westm.,  a  talbot,  passant,  az.,  col- 
lared, or,  bezantee.  61.  12 

ADAMSON,  Sco.,  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  and 
sword,  in  saltier,  ppr.  52.  I 

ADAMSON,  Eng.,  a  tilting-spear,  broken  •  in 
three  pieces,  two  in  saltier,  head-piece  in 
pale,  banded,  gu.  134.  4 

ADCANE,  Eng.,  a  griffin's  head,  ppr.         87.  6 

ADCOCK,  Eng.,  a  fox's  head,  issuing,  ar.  1 6.  3 

ADDAGH,  a  lion,  rampant.     Mea  gloria  fides. 

41.    12 

ADDAMS,  Eng.,  a  griffin's  head,  between  wings, 
gu.  88.  6 

ADDCOCK,  Eng.,  a  fox's  head,  ppr.  16.  3 

ADDEEBUKY,  Suss.,  an  embattled  tower. 

22.  14 


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

gu.,  turned  up,  erm.,  a  stork,  ar.        116.    12 
ADDEHLEY  of    Hams   Hall,    Warwick,   same 

crest. 
ADDERLEY  of  Fillongley  Hall,  Warwick,  same 

crest. 

ADDERLY,  Staffs,  and  Sco.,  a  rose,  gu.     30.  8 
ADDERSTONE,  ADERSTON,  or  ADDRESTON,  Eng., 

a  martlet,  sa.  119.  4 

ADDERTON,  Eng.,  in  hand  a  scimitar.      158.  9 
ADDEY,  Kent,  on  a  mount,  a  stag,  lodged,  ppr. 

80.   10 
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.  ^24.  6 

ADDISON,  a  pair  of  wings,  erect,  ppr.        74.  6 
ADDISON,    a    unicorn's    head,    erased,   trans- 
pierced by  an  arrow,  in  bend  sinister,  guttee. 

Let  the  deed  shaw.  comp.  70.  5 

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

head,  erased,  ppr.  55.  2 

ADDRESTON,  Eng.,  a  martlet,  gu.  119.  4 

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

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

comp.  75.  8 
ADDY,  or  ADDEY,  on  a  mount,  a  stag  lodged, 

all  ppr.  80.  7 

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

84.  2 
ADEANE,  of  Babraham,  Cam.,  a  griffin's  head, 

between  wings,  collared.  88.  6 

ADELIN,  a  chevalier  on  horseback,  at  full  speed, 

brandishing  a  sword,  all  ppr.  124.   14 

ADELMARE,  the  sea,  vert,  thereon  a  dolphin, 

embowed,  ppr.  68.  1 1 

ADELSORF,  two  wings,  elevated,  sa.  74.  6 

ADELSTON,  or  ADESTON,  an   escutcheon,  ar., 

charged  with  a  cinquefoil,  gu. 

comp.  1 20.   12 
ADENSTOUN,    ADINGSTOUN,  or  ADINSTON,  in 

dexter  hand  a  cross  pattee,  fitched.    152.   15 
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.  134-  6 

ADERTON,  Eng.,  in  hand  a  scimitar.        158.  9 
ADERSTONE,  Eng.,  a  martlet,  sa.  119.  5 

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

lodged,  ar.,  attired  and  ducally  crowned,  or. 
comp.  So.   10 

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

dexter  on  an  escallop,  or.  99.   14 

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

cross    crosslet,   and   sword  in   saltier,   ppr. 

Crux  mihi  grata  quies.  52.   I 

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

az.  24.  6 

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

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

with  a  cross,  of  the  first.  40.   14 

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

130.  6 
ADLAM,  Somers.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  in  front, 

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

Tyme  proveth  truth.  see  plate  99 

ADLARD,  in  hand  a  dagger,  erect.  122.   12 

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


ADL 

displayed,  sa.,  charged  on  breast  with   an 

etoile,  or.  see  plate  101 

ADLINGTON,  Eng.,  a  goat's  head,  erased.    55.  2 
ADLINGTON,  a  heraldic  antelope's  head,  erased, 

ar.  64.  5 

ADLYN,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  martlet,  or.     1 1 9.  5 
ADNEY,   Eng.,  an   eagle's   head,  in   beak   an 

acorn,  slipped  and  leaved,  ppr.  102.  4 

ADSHEAD,  and  ADSHADE,  Eng.,  an  antelope, 

passant,  ppr.  82.  14 

ADSON,  Sco.,  an  oak-tree.    Stand  sure.    25.   12 
ADY,  or  ADKY,  Eng.,  a  leopard's  face,  or,  jes- 

sant-de-lis,  gu.  48.  4 

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

head,  ppr.  136.  2 

ADYN,  Dorchester,  a  lion's  head.  47.   14 

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

16.  8 
AETH,  Eng.,  a  deini-griffin,  or,  in  dexter  a 

battle-axe,  gu.  86.   14 

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

rye,  ppr.     Pretiosum  quod  utile.  13.   15 

AFFLECK  of  that  Ilk,  same  crest  and  motto. 
AFFLECK  of  Balmanno,  Sco.,  two  wings,  issu- 
ing.    Rerum  sapientia  custos.  74.  6 
AFFLECK,  Bart.,  an  ear  of  wheat,  bearded,  ppr. 

Pretiosum  quod  utile.  13.  7 

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

erased,  sa.,  bridled,  or.  72.  7 

AGAD,  a  heraldic  antelope's  head,  issuing. 

64-  5 
AGALL,  on  a  chapeau,  ppr.,  a  bull,  statant,  sa. 

15-  14 

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

cabossed,  ppr.  83.  10 

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

trita  via  tuta.  44.  14 

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

Spectemur  agenda.  44.  14 

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

or,  stringed,  sa.  I.  13 

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

with  hurts,  collared,  az.  55-6 

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

wreathed,  ar.  and  gu.  1 6.  2 

AGBURY,  Kent,  a  bird,  supporting  a  flag, 

charged  with  a  cross.  99.  3. 

ACER,  or  AUGER,  Bishopbourn,  Kent  and 

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

15-  6 
AGO,  or  AUGE,  Eng.,  a  moor's  head,  couped, 

sa.,  banded,  ar.  and  az.  135.  9 

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


15-  H 
red,  or. 


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

102.  12 
AGMONDESHAM,  Horsley,  Surr.,  a  stag,  or. 

81.  10 
AGMONDISHAM,   or  AGMUNDESHAM,   Surr.,    a 

stag,  lodged,  ppr.  80.  9 

AGNEW,  Eng.,  the  sun  shining  on  stump  of 

tree,  ppr.  26.   10 

AGNEW,  or  AGNEU,   Sheuchan  and  Lothian, 

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

Consilio  non  impetu.  101.  12 

AGNEW,   Lochryan,   an    eagle,    regardant,   in 

dexter  a  sword,  ppr.     Consilio  et  impetu. 

98.   14 

AGNEW  of  Castle  Wiger,  an  eagle,  rising,  re- 
gardant, ppr.     Consilio  non  impetu.  101.  12 
AGNEW,  a  crow,  wings  expanded,  transfixed 

with  an  arrow,  all  ppr.  114.  12 


AIN 

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

regardant,  ppr.     Consilio  non  impetu. 

101.    12 
AGNEW,  VANS-,  of  Barnbarroch,  Sco.  :  (i.)  For 

Agnew,    an   eagle,  issuant,   regardant,  ppr. 

Consilio  non  impetu.  101.  12.     (2.)  For  Vans, 

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

Be  faithful.  see  plate  40 

AGREVELL,  Eng.,  a  bezant,  or.  '149.   n 

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

wings,  ppr.  47.  6 

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

erased,  in  beak  a  fleur-de-lis,  ppr.  101.  8 
AGUILLON,  Yorks.,  a  pelican,  vulning.  97.  7 
AG WORTH,  Eng.,  a  torteau,  gu.  149/11 

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

a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  sa.     Per  ardua  ad 

alta.  127.   I 

AHEM,  Iri.,  a  vine,  ppr.  30.  7 

AHER,  a  sand-glass,  sa.,  winged,  gu.       156.  8 
AHLFELDT,  FREDERICK  CARL,  Forest  Hill,Lond.' 

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

gu.,  tasselled,  or.  Fortitudine  suavitate.  162.5 
AHRENDS,  Eng.,  an  eagle,  ppr.  Post  nubila 

phoebus.  98.    1 3 

AICKEN,  Eng.,  a  fountain,  ppr.  156.  i 

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

tower,  in  sinister  a  palm -branch.  1 39.  13 
AIGHTON,  Lane.,  a  snake,  coiled,  ppr.  in.  9 
AIGLER,  or  AYLER,  two  wings,  in  lure.  74.  4 
AIGLES,  Northumb.,  a  hunting-horn,  ppr. 

I.   14 
AIKEN,  a  fountain  throwing  up  water,  ppr. 

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

cruce  solus.  141.  14 

AIKEN,  Iri.,  an  ox-yoke,  az.,  stapled.   147.  12 
AIKENHEAD,    Sco.,   a   demi-savage,  in   dexter 

three    laurel-sprigs,    fructed,    ppr.      Rupto 

robore  nati.  126.  12 

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

Annoso  robore  quercus.  25.  12 

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

vested,  ar.,  coat,  az.  132.  5 

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

robore  virtus.  25.  12 

AIKMAN  of  Bromlinton,  an  oak-tree,  acorned, 

ppr.     Sub  robore  virtus.  25.   12 

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

bowed,  fist  clenched,  ppr.  157.  14 

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

and  thank.  69.  10 

AILESBURY,  Marquess  and  Earl  of  (Brud<mell- 

Bruce):     (i.)  For  Ailesbury,  a    sea-horse, 

naiant,    ppr.     Think    and    thank.     69.   10. 

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

36.   13 
AILLEN,  Edinr.,  a  pelican,  in  nest,  feeding  her 

young,  ppr.     Non  sibi.  97.  2 

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

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

naiant,  ppr.     Avislafin.t  68.   II 

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

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

bearing  three  bunches  of  grapes,  ppr.  30.  7 
AINES,  AINGER,  AITKEN,  a  common  boat,  ppr. 

50.    12 

AINGE,  Eng.,  a  boat,  ppr.  50.   12 

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

wings,  az.  94.  6 


AIN 

AINLIE,  an  arm,  in  hand  a  laurel  chaplet,  en- 
signed  with  a  bird.  145-  4 

AINSLEY,  or  AINSLIE,  of  Blackhill,  a  pelican's 
head,  erased.  Pietas  tutissima  virtus.   103.11 
,  AINSLET,  Bart. ,  Sco.,  an  arm,  embowed,  bran- 
dishing a  scimitar,  ppr.     Pro  rege  et  patria. 

146.  4 

AINSLEY,  and  AINSLIE,  Sco.,  an  arm,  embowed, 
in  hand  a  scimitar,  all  ppr.  Pro  rege  et 
patria.  146.  4 

AINSLIE,  Bart.,  Line.,  a  dexter  arm,  in  hand 
a  scimitar,  ppr.  Pro  rege  et  patria.  146.  4 

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

AINSLIE,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  hand  two  branches 
of  laurel,  ensigned  with  a  bird.  145.  4 

AINSLIE,  Eng. ,  in  hand  a  scimitar,  ppr.     158.  9 

AINSLIE,  Quebec,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  ppr. 
Pietas  tutissima  virtus.  102.  10 

AINSWOKTH  of  Smithills  Hall,  Lancaster,  a 
man  in  armour,  in  dexter  a  battle-axe,  ppr. 
Mea  gloria  fides.  comp.  132.  8 

AINSWORTH,  and  ANESWORTH,  Eng.,  a  falcon, 
wings  expanded  and  inverted,  belled,  ppr. 
Courage  sans  peur.  100.  13 

Am,  Sco.,  stump  of  oak  tree,  branches  sprout- 
ing, ppr.  26.  13 

AIRD,  Sco.y  a  cock,  ppr.      Vigilantia.     94.  12 

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

130.  6 

AIREY,  a  cinquefoil,  gu.  80.  3 

AIRLIE,  Earl  of,  Ogilvy,  a  lady,  from  waist, 
holding  a  portcullis.  A  fin.  129.  3 

AIRMINE  of  Osgodsby,  Bart.,  on  a  mount,  vert, 
an  ermine,  passant,  ar.  33.  5 

AIRTH,  Sco.,  a  cock  crowing,  ppr.  94.    12 

AiRTH,  Sco.,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  at  gaze, 
Ppr-  83.  3 

AISCOUGH,  Eng.,  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  az. 
In  hoc  signo  vinces.  141.  14 

AISELBIE,  or  AISLABIE,  Yorks.,  a  lion's  head, 
erased,  gu.,  gorged  with  three  lozenges,  con- 
joined in  fess,  ar.  see  plate  47 

AISINCOURT,  Eng.,  a  demi-eagle,  displayed, 
with  two  heads.  comp.  96.  9 

AISKELL,  AISKILL,  and  ASKILL,  Eng.,  in  sea 
an  anchor,  in  pale,  ppr.  138.  12 

AITCHESON,  Sco.,  a  cock,  ppr.,  wattled  and 
combed.  Vigilantibus.  94.  12 

AITCHISON  of  Rochsolloch,  the  same. 

AITCHISON  of  Glengarsie,  a  cock,  standing  on 
a  trumpet,  ppr.  94.  1 1 

AITCHISON  of  Glancairny,  Bart.,  a  cock,  stand- 
ing on  a  trumpet,  ppr.  Vigilantibus.  94.  1 1 

AITCHISON,  Earl  of  Gosford,  the  same. 

AITCHISON  of  Pittenweem,  an  astrolabe,  ppr. 
Observe.  77.  10 

AITKEN  of  Aitkenside,  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched, 
gu.  In  cruce  salus.  141.  14 

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

50.   12 

AITKEN,  Lieut. -Col.  R.  EASTON,  R.V.,  Glas- 
gow, an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  in  hand  a 
cross  crosslet,  fitched.  In  cruce  solus.  162.  u 

AITKENHEAD,  Sco.,  a  demi-savage,  in  dexter 
three  laurel  sprigs,  fructed,  ppr.  126.  12 

AITKENHEAD,  Sco.,  an  oak-tree,  ppr.  Rupto 
robore  nati.  25.  13 

AITKENS,  a  dexter  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
in  hand,  ppr.,  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  erect, 
ar.  comp.  103.  8 

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

.,    tower,  in  sinister  a  palm-branch.       139.  13 


ALB 

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

94.    12 

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

In  cruce  solus.  141.   14 

AITKINSON,  Sco.,  a  cock,  ppr.  94.  12 

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

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

a  Moor's  head,  sa.  121.  10 

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

pulling  a  rose,   ppr.      Et  decerptce  dabunt 

odor  em.  159.   10 

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

30.  8 
AITON  of  Kippo,  a  rose-tree,  vert,  flowered,  gu. 

Et  decerptce  dabunt  odorem.  3°-  5 

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

head,  gu.  87.  6 

AKARYS,  Eng.,  a  demi-griffin,  or.  86.  13 

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

az.,  gloved,  a  hawk.  104.  5 

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

bert,  issuing,  ppr.  123.  9 

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

ppr.  104.  2 

AKENHEAD,  Sco.,  an  oak-tree,  ppr.          25.  13 
AKENHEAD,  Eng.,  a  cock,  ppr.  94.   12 

AKENSIDE,  Sco.,  a  harrow,  ppr.  149.  3 

AKER,  a  triangular  harrow.  149.  3 

AKERIS,  Eng.,  a  griffin's  head,  gu.  88.  7 

AKERMAN,  or  ACKERMAN,  out  of  a  pallisado 

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

in  hand  an  oak  branch,  fructed.          144.  2 
AKEROYD,  and  AKROYD,  Eng.,  a  dog  sleeping, 

ppr.  59.   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.  132.  3 

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

88.  7 
AKLAND,  Eng.,  on  a  sinister  hand,  couped,  in 

fess,  gloved,  a  hawk,  hooded  and  belled. 

104.  5 
ALABASTER,  and  ALLEBASTER,  Eng.,  a  feather, 

ar.,  enfiled  with  a  ducal  coronet,  or.      5°'   7 
ALAND,  Iri.,  a  leopard,  passant,  gardant,  or. 

ii.  6 
ALAND,  Lord  Fortescue,  same  crest.      Forte 

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

gardant,  gu.,  supporting  a  long  cross,  or.  40.  4 
ALATE,  Eng.,  a  unicorn's  head,  ar.,  collared, 

sa.  70.  6 

ALBALANDA,  Eng. ,  a  boar,  passant,  gu.     4.  1 1 
ALBAN,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  pierced  in  breast 

with  an  arrow.  comp.  49.   7 

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.  68.  5 

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

with  a  ducal  coronet.  50.    7 

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

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

cede  mails.  75    5 

ALBENEY,  Eng.,  a  yoke,  in  bend,  ppr.    147.  12 


ALB 

ALBENEY,  Berks.,  a,  stock-dove,  az.,  in  beak  a 
branch,  vert,  f meted,  gu.  1 06.  7 

ALBEROUGH,  or  ALBROUGH,  Eng.,  a  castle,  at 
sinister  base,  a  thistle-bush,  ppr.  23.  9 

ALBERRY  of  Wickingham,  Berks.,  a  dove,  az.. 
in  beak  a  branch,  fructed.  106.  7 

ALBERT,  a  demi-savage,  over  shoulder  a  sledge- 
hammer, all  ppr.  I31'  9 

ALBERTON,  a  pennon,  in  bend,  gu.,  staff-headed, 
sa.,  and  tasseled,  or.  2.  8 

ALBERTUS,  Poland,  the  hull  of  a  ship,  with 
only  main-mast,  and  top  without  tackling, 
or.  Deus  dabit  vela.  21.  5 

ALBON,  ALBONE,  ALLEBONE,  and  ALLIBONE, 
Eng.,  a  bull's  head,  aifrontee.  15.  9  or  10 

ALBOROUGH,  Somers.,  a  fox,  ar.,  collared  and 
lined,  or.  see  plate  16 

ALBRECHT,  or  ALBREGHT,  in  dexter  hand,  ppr., 
a  fleur-de-lis,  or.  133.  5 

ALBYN,  in  lion's  gamb,  issuing,  sa.,  a  spear,  or, 
on  top  a  flag,  gu.  511.  13 

ALCHORN,  a  human  heart,  gu.,  ducally  crowned, 
or,  between  wings,  ar.  130.  I 

ALOOCK  of  Wilton  Castle,  Iri.,  a  cock,  ar., 
standing  on  a  globe,  armed,  combed,  and 
gilled,  or.  Vigilate.  see  plate  94 

ALCOCK,  Kent,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  az.,  a 
demi-swan,  erm.,  wings  expanded,  and  du- 
cally crowned,  or.  *  comp.  75.  5 

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

94.  12 

ALCOCK,  Staffs.,  a  cock,  gu.  94.   12 

ALDAM,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  plume 
of  five  ostrich-feathers,  banded.  Io8.  5 

ALDANE,  Eng.,  same  crest. 

ALDBOROUGH,  or  ALDEBURGHE,  York,  an  ibex, 
passant,  or.  82.  12 

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

121.  6 

ALDE,  Eng.,  a  torteau,  sa.  149.  n 

ALDEBOROUGH,  an  escallop,  or,  between  wings, 
az.  5.  4 

ALDEN,  or  ALDON,  Herts,  and  Middx.,  out  of 
a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  demi-lion,  gu.  44.  13 

ALDEN,  out  of  a  coronet,  ar.,  two  wings,  gu. 
and  az.  109.  12 

ALDER,  Eng.,  a  griffin's  head,  gu.  87.  6 

ALDERFORD,  Norf.,  a  rat,  ppr.  33.  3 

ALDERINGTON,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand  a  hawk's 
lure,  ppr.  130.  6 

ALDERSEY,  Eng.,  out  of  a  plume  of  ostrich- 
feathers,  or,  a  demi-griffin,  segreant,  gu., 
beaked  and  armed,  gold.  86.  12 

ALDERSEY  of  Spurstow,  Chester,  same  crest. 

ALDERSON,  from  behind  a  mount,  vert,  thereon 
a  branch  of  alder,  the  sun  rising,  ppr.  7.  5 

ALDERSON,  Eng.,  a  pillar,  ppr.  132.  3 

ALDERSON,  Norf.,  from  a  plume  of  feathers,  ar., 
a  griffin,  rising,  of  the  same.  86.  5 

ALDERSON,  LLOYD,  Middx. :  (i.)  J?orAlderson,a, 
dove,  in  mouth  an  olive-branch,  ppr.  1 06.  7. 
(2.)  For  Lloyd  a  boar's  head,  couped,  or.  3.  9 

ALDERTON,  Suff.,  a  crescent,  ar.  140.  2 

ALDEWINCKLE,  ALDEWINCLE,  ALDEWINKELL, 
ALDWINCKLE,  and  ALDWINKLE,  Eng.,  a 
wyvern,  wings  addorsed,  ducally  crowned, 
vomiting  fire.  91.  12 

ALDHAM,  Shrimpling,  Norf.,  a  talbot's  head, 
erased,  or,  collared,  sa. ,  lined,  gu.  comp.  60.  4 


ALP 

ALDIRFORD,  a  monkey's  head,  ppr.        33.  10 

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

cross  crosslet,  fitched,  in  pale.  141.  8 

ALDRIDGE,  or  ALDRIGE,  Eng.,  a  phoenix  in 

flames,  ppr.  101.   10 

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

lure,  ppr.  •    13°-  6 

ALDWORTH  of  Newmarket,  Iri.,  a  dexter  arm 

in  armour,  embowed,  hand  grasping  a  sword. 

Nee  temere,  nee  timide.  140.  13 

ALDWORTH,  Sco.,  a  torteau,  gu.  149.  n 

ALDWORTH,  a  sand-glass,  winged.  156.  8 

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

comp.  64.  1 1 

ALEN^ON,  France,  a  greyhound,  ar.          17.  5 
ALEPHE,  Lond.  a  cock's  head,  erased.     94.  9 
ALESTON,  or  ALSTON,  a  lion,  passant,  regardant, 
gu.,  ducally  gorged  and  chained.  36.  4 

ALEXANDER,  Bart.,  Dublin,  a  dexter  arm,  em- 
bowed,  in  hand  a  sword,  ppr.,  charge^  on 
wrist  with  mullet.  comp.  154.  6 

ALEXANDER,  Summer-hill,  Kent,  in  hand  a 
sword,  ppr.  159.  7 

ALEXANDER,  Hants,  a  talbot's  head,  erased, 
ar.,  collared,  gu.  60.  4 

ALEXANDER  of  Auchmull,  in  hand  a  pair  of 
scales,  ppr.  Quod  tibi  ne  alteri.  144.  I 

ALEXANDER  of  Kinglassie,  a  horse's  head, 
couped,  gu.,  bridled,  ar.  Ducitur  non  tra~ 
hitur.  72.  7 

ALEXANDER,  Eng.,  a  cock,  ar.,  beaked  and 
membered,  gu.  94.  12 

ALEXANDER  of  Boghall,  in  hand  a  quill.  Fideni 
servo.  144.  10 

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

140.    13 

ALEXANDER,  Earl  of  Stirling,  a  bear,  sejant, 
erect,  ppr.  Per  mare,  per  terras.  28.  8 

ALEXANDER,  Lond.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  em- 
bowed,  hand  grasping  a  sword.          140.   13 
ALEXANDER,  Eng.,  a  horse's  head,  ar.,  bridled. 
Ducitur  non  trahitur.  72.  7 

ALEXANDER,  a  bear,  rampant,  ppr.    comp.  28.  9 
ALEXANDER,  Porydstone,  Ayr,  a  bear,  sejant. 
Per  mare,  per  terras.  28.  8 

ALEXANDER,  Stirling,  a  beaver,  ppr.  Per  man?, 
per  terras.  33-  ** 

ALEXANDER  of  Powis,  same  crest  and  motto. 
ALEXANDER,  Sco.,  a  serpent,  waved,  in  fess, 
ppr.     Ingenium  vires  supcrat.  in.  7 

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.  43.  14 

ALEXANDER  of  Pitskellie,  two  dexter  hands 
conjoined,  ppr.  Ora  et  labora.  159.  II 

ALEXANDER,  Sco.,  a  serpent,  coiled,  in  fess. 
Ingenium  vires  super  at.  in.  9 

ALFORD,  Berks,  and  Suss.,  a  boar's  head,  ar., 
broken  spear  in  mouth,  handle  thrust  down 
throat,  or.  4.  I 

ALFORD,  Surr.,   Yorks.,  and  Salop,  a  boar's 
head,  ar.,  in  mouth  three  feathers  of  phea- 
sant's tail,  ppr.  3.  14 
ALFORD,  Suff.,  a  hind's  head,  ppr.  85.  3 
ALFOUNDER,  Ess.,   an  arm,  erect,  vested,  in 
hand  three  nails,  or,  all  between  wings,  ar. 

149.  4 

ALFREY,  and  ALLFREY,  an  ostrich-head  and 
neck,  between  two  ostrich-feathers.  108.  4 


ALP 

ALFREY,  and  ALLFREY,  an  ostrich-head  and 
neck,  between  two  ostrich-feathers,  ar., 
gorged  with  a  ducal  coronet,  or.  1 08.  6 

ALGAR,  and  ALGER,  Eng.,  a  greyhound's  head, 
sa.,  charged  with  four  bezants,  or.         20.  3 
ALGIE,  ALGEO,  and  ALGOE,  Eng.,  a  bear,  ram- 
pant, supporting  a  staff,  raguly.  28.  9 
ALGIST,  Eng.,  dexter  and  sinister  arms  from 
shoulder,  couped,   in   saltier,   vested,   each 
brandishing  a  scimitar.                           146.  9 
ALGLOVAL,  a  goat,  statant,  ar.  56.  9 
ALGOE,  Sco.,  a  bear,  sejant,  on  hind  legs,  sup- 
porting a  staff.                                          28.  7 
ALGOOD,  and  ALLGOOD,  Eng.,  two  arms,  in 
armour,    embowed,    holding   up   a   flaming 
heart,  all  ppr.                                            147.  7 
ALICOCK,   Northamp.,   a  cock,  erm,,  combed 
and  wattled,  or.                                       94.   12 
ALINGTON,  of  Swinhope,  Lincoln,  a  talbot,  pas- 
sant, erm.                                                  61.  7 
ALISON,  Sco.,  a  tree,  ppr.,  with  a  bell  hvmg  on 
each  side.    Crescit  sub pondere  virtus.    25.   14 
ALISON,  Sco.,   an   eagle's  head,    erased,  ppr. 
Vincit  veritas.                                       102.   10 
ALISON,  Rev.  A.,  Sco.,  an  eagle's  head,  erased, 
ppr.      Vincit  veritas.                             103.   14 
ALISON,  Sir  ARCHIBALD,  Fossil  House,  Lanark- 
shire, same  crest  and  motto. 
ALISON,     Major  -  General     Sir     ARCHIBALD, 

K.C.B.,  2d  Bart.,  same  crest  and  motto. 
ALJOY,  Sco.,  stump  of  oak-tree,  new  branches 
sprouting.     Non  deficit  alter.  26.   13 

ALKENE,  ASKUE,  or  AYSKEW,  a  man's  head, 
affrontee,  couped  at  shoulders.  123.  14 

ALLAM,  EDWIN  CLERK,  Norrnanhurst,  Rom- 
ford,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  bull,  passant,  gu. 
Nil  sine  labor e.  15.  12 

ALLAN,  Sco.,  a  comet,  ppr.  Luceo  et  terreo.    7.  6 
ALLAN,   Durh.,    a   demi-lion,    rampant,   ppr., 
holding  up   a   rudder,   gu.      Fortiter  gerit 
crucem.  44.  8 

ALLAN,  Sco.,  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  gu.  Fide 
et  labore.  141.  14 

ALLAN  of  Errol,  Sco.,  an  eagle,  rising,  ppr. 
Fortiter.  98.  10 

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.  42.  3 

ALLAN,  Barton,  York,  same  crest  and  motto. 
ALLAND,  a  bear's  paw,  erect,  ppr.  51.  9 

ALLANSON,  a  demi  -  eagle,  wings  expanded. 
Virtute  et  Idbore.  102.  12 

ALLANSON,  and  ALLENSON,  Eng.,  on  a  mount, 
vert,  a  lion,  rampant,  gardant,  or,  supporting 
a  long  cross,  gu.  40.  4 

ALLARDAS,  ALLARDICE,  ALLERDYCE,  Sco.,  a 
torteau,  between  wings,  az.  94.  7 

ALLARDICE,  Wei.,  a  dove  and  olive-branch. 
Amicitia  sine  fraude.  •  106.  7 

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.  125.  4 
ALLARDICE  of  Dunninald,  an  ear  of  wheat, 
and  palm-branch,  in  saltier,  ppr.     Bene  qui 
pacifici.  13.  9 
ALLATT,  Eng.,  a  unicorn's  head,  ar.,  collared, 
sa.                                                               70.   6 
ALLATT,  on  a  demi-bezant,  issuing,  a  beehive, 
bees  swarming,  ppr.                                  76.  3 


8  ALL 


ALLAUNSON,  Durh.,  a  pheon,  ar.,  shaft  broken, 
or.  77.  15 

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

40.  4 

ALLAWAY,  and  ALLOW  AY,  Eng.  and  Sco.,  an 
anchor,  in  pale,  ppr.  153.  1 1 

ALLAWAY,  and  ALLOWAY,  on  an  anchor  a  dove, 
with  olive-branch,  all  ppr.  1 06.  4 

ALLCARD,  Lane.,  a  demi-swan,  wings  elevated, 
ar.,  seme'e  of  mullets,  az.,  in  mouth  a  bul- 
rush, ppr.  Semel  et  semper.  see  plate  76 

ALLCOCK,  a  cock,  ppr.  94.   12 

ALLDEN,  ALLDIN,  and  ALLDON,  Eng.,  a  scimi- 
tar and  caduceus,  in  saltier,  ensigned  with 
a  round  hat.  comp.  123.  3 

ALLEN,  Viscount  ALLEN,  Iri.,  a  bezant, 
charged  with  a  talbot's  head,  erased,  sa. 
Triumpho  morte  tarn  vita.  60.  1 1 

ALLEN,  Bath,  a  bird,  wings  elevated.     109.  5 

ALLEN,  Berks.,  a  bird,  wings  elevated.  Trium- 
pho morte  tarn  vita.  109.  5 

ALLEN,  Chelsea,  a  talbot's  head,  erased,  col- 
lared. 60.  4 

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

137.    12 

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

44.  8 

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

see  plate  119 

ALLEN,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
horse's  head,  ar.  73.  I 

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

60.  2 

ALLEN,  Kent,  a  talbot,  passant,  or,  collared, 
gu.  61.  8 

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

comp.  59.  5  and  6 

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

vert,  f  ructed,  or.  see  plate  86 

ALLEN,  Lond.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased.     88.  7 

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

spes  solamen — and — Amicitia,  sine  fraude. 

1 06.   7 

ALLEN  of  Cresselly,  Pembroke,  a  dove   and 

olive-branch.     Amicitia,  sine  fraude.   106.  7 

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

in  hand  a  human  heart,  out  of  flames  of 

fire.  133.    I 

ALLEN,  a  demi-greyhound,  rampant,  collared, 

gu.,  between  paws  a  crescent,  or.  comp.  17.  2 

ALLEN,  Somers.,  a  partridge,  wings  elevated. 

109.  5 

ALLEN,  Eng.,  a  cock,  combed.  94.   12 

ALLEN,  Middx.,  an  eagle,  rising,  ppr.     For- 
titer. 98.   10 
ALLEN,  a  snake,  coiled,  supporting  two  pen- 
nons, in  saltier.                                       1 10.   IO 
ALLEN,  Errol,  an   eagle,  perched,  wings  ex- 
panded.    Fortiter.  98.  IO 
ALLEN,  Sco.,  a  demi-lion,  gu.     Rememler. 

44.  14 

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.  44.   7 
ALLERTON,  a  lion's  head,  gu.,  collared,  sa.  49.  14 


ALL 


ALS 


ALLESTOWE,  or  HALLESTOWE,  in  hand  the  butt- 
end  of  a  broken  spear.  144.  4 

ALLESTRY,  Eng.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  az., 
brandishing  a  scimitar.  46-  9 

ALLETT  of  Iwood,  Somers.,  a  unicorn's  head, 
ar.,  collared,  sa.  70.  6 

ALLEY,  Eng.,  a  lion's  head,  cabossed,  or,  be- 
tween wings,  ppr.  47-  6 

ALLEY,  Iri.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  mullet, 
between  two  laurel-branches.  53.  8 

ALLEYN,  and  ALLYN,  Devons.,  a  demi-lion, 
rampant,  az. ,  holding  a  rudder.  44.  8 

ALLEYN,  Eng.,  a  demi-lion,  gu.,  supporting  a 
rudder,  sa.  44.  8 

ALLEYNE,  Bart.,  Ess.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 
or,  a  unicorn's  head,  ar.  Non  tua,  te,  move- 
ant  sed  publica  vota.  7°-  * 

ALLFREY,  Eng.,  an  ostrich-head,  between  two 
ostrich-feathers,  ar.  108.  4 

ALLFREY  of  Wokefield  Park,  Berks.,  an  ostrich- 
head  and  neck,  gorged  with  a  crown,  or, 
between  ostrich-feathers,  ar.  1 08.  6 

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.  147.  7 

ALLIBANE,  a  spaniel,  sejant,  ppr.  59.  7 

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

94.  12 

ALLIESON,  or  ALLISON,  Eng.,  a  demi-savage 
brandishing  a  scimitar,  ppr.  125.  4 

ALLIN,  Suff.,  a  snake  coiled  up,  and  environed 
with  flags  or  rushes,  ppr.  comp.  III.  9 

ALLIN,  a  partridge,  wings  expanded.      109.  5 

ALLINGHAM,  Eng.,  a  church  and  spire,  envi- 
roned with  trees,  ppr.  23.  14 

ALLINGRIDGE,  a  castle,  triple -towered,  ppr., 
flag  displayed,  ar.,  sa.  23.  10 

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.  85.  2 

ALLINGTON,  Horse  Heath,  Camb.,  a  talbot, 
passant,  erm.  6 1.  7 

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

61.  7 

ALLISON,  Sco.,  a  falcon's  head,  erased.  Vincit 
veritas.  103.  3 

ALLISON,  a  peacock,  ppr,  117.  10 

ALLISON,  a  pheasant,  in  dexter  a  key,  in  beak 
an  ear  of  barley,  ppr,  113.  13 

ALLISON,  Sco.,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  ppr. 
Vincit  veritas.  1 02.  10 

LIX,  Line.,  a  wolf's  head,  erased.         19.  6 

ALLIX  of  Willoughby,  Line.,  a  wolf's  head, 
erased,  ppr.  19.  6 

ALLMACK,  a  tower,  ppr.  22.  14 

ALLMAN,  Suss.,  a  leg,  in  armour,  couped  above 
knee,  ppr.,  spurred,  or.  138.  5 

ALLNETT,  and  ALLNUTT,  Eng.,  a  thunderbolt, 
ppr.  123.  i 

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

!35-  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.  144.  6 

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

gorged  with  a  mural  coronet,  gu. 

comp.  46.  8 
ALLSOP,  ALLSUP,  and  ALSOPE,  Eng.,  a  dove, 

in  mouth  an  olive-branch,  ppr.  106.  7 

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

153-  2 

ALL  WRIGHT,  or  AL  WRIGHT,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau, 
a  greyhound,  statant,  all  ppr.  17-7 

ALL  YE,  Tewkesbury,  Glouc.,  a  leopard's  head, 
or,  between  wings,  sa.  see  plate  10 

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  83 

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

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

22.  9 

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

138.  5 

ALMANERLAVAL,  a  tower,  ppr.  22.  14 

ALMARD,  Eng.,  a  stag,  trippant,  ppr.        79.  4 

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

ALMEARS,  or  ALMEERS,  Eng.,  a  long  cross, 
crossed,  on  three  grieces,  ar.  143.  II 

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

ALMERICUS,  a  nag's  head,  erased,  ar.,  ducally 
gorged,  or.  .  see  plate  72 

ALMEWAKE,  and  ALNWICK,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau. 
a  cock,  ppr.  93.  12 

ALMIGER,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  ppr.,  a  tiger, 
sejant,  gu.  9.  2 

ALMOND,  Eng.,  three  cinquefoils,  az.,  stalked 
and  leaved,  vert.  comp.  13.  II 

ALMOT,  ALNOT,  and  ALNEOT,  Eng.,  a  thunder- 
bolt, ppr.  123.  I 

ALMS,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  or.  83.   13 

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

93.   12 

ALPHE,  Hants.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  ar.,  a 
hawk's  head,  or.  50.  3 

ALPHE,  Hants.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  an 
eagle's  head,  ppr.  comp.  98.  2 

ALPIN,  Sco.,  a  man's  head,  couped,  atfrontee, 
ppr.  Virtutis  regia  merces.  123.  14 

ALRED,  Holderness,  Yorks.,  a  griffin's  head, 
ppr.  87.  6 

ALSOP,  Derbs.  and  Leic.,  a  dove,  wings  ex- 
panded, in  mouth  an  ear  of  wheat.  1 06.  13 

ALSOP,  Eng.,  a  dove,  in  mouth  an  ear  of  corn, 
and  in  dexter  a  key,  erect.  106.  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.  1 20.  9 

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

comp.  113.   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  101 

ALSTON,  a  lion,  passant,  regardant,  gu.    36.  5 

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

65-  IS 


ALS  : 

ALSTON,  Westerton,  an  eagle,  issuing,  wings 
expanded,  ppr.  Sursum.  98.  10 

ALSTONE,  Sco.,  same  crest. 

ALSTONE  of  Newton,  Suff.  ;  Assington  ;  and 

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

comp.  113.   i 

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

comp.  101.  13 

ALTHAM,  and  ALLTHAM,  a  demi-lion,  gu.,  sup- 
porting a  rudder,  sa.  44.  8 

ALTHAN,  or  ALTHAUN,  a  demi-archer  shooting, 
ppr.,  vested.  126.  14 

ALTHOUN,  Eng.,  a  dexter  hand,  apaumee. 

153-  7 

ALVANLEY,  Baron  (Arden),  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  or  five  ostrich-feathers,  ar.,  charged 
with  a  crescent.  Patentid  vinces.  108.  2 

ALVARES,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  ppr.,  in  dexter 
paw  a  mascle,  az.  comp.  46.  2 

ALVAS,  and  ALVES,  Sco.,  a  garb,  or.  Deo 
favente.  12.  13 

ALVENSLEBEN,  Baron  DE,  out  of  a  marquess's 
coronet,  a  staff  raguly,  per  pale,  gu.  and  or, 
couped,  surmounted  by  a  rose.  comp.  75.  2 

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

65.  3 

ALVAKDE,  Ipswich,  same  crest. 

ALWAYE,  Streetley,  Beds.,  a  hind's  head,  ar., 
between  two  holly-branches,  vert,  fructed 
with  berries,  gu.  comp.  85.  5 

ALWOOD,  and  ALLWOOD,  a  demi-stag,  salient, 
ppr.,  attired,  or.  79.  13 

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

comp.  45.  9 

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

47-  6 

ALYSON,Kent,a  pheon,  ar.,  with  part  of  broken 
shaft,  or.  77.  15 

AMAND,  AMANE,  or  AMAKME,  Eng.,  a  pome- 
granate, ppr.  29.  9 

AMAKLE,  or  ARMARLE,  a  lion,  passant,  resting 
fore  dexter  on  mullet,  gu.  comp.  37.  2 

AMARY,  Ess.,  a  cat's  head,  issuing,  affrontee, 
ar.,  in  mouth  a  rat,  sa.  32.  3 

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

AMBLER,  Eng.,  a  mascle,  or.  107.  6 

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

comp.  159.   II 

AMBLER,  Kirkton,  Line.,  a  demi-leopard,  ar., 
holding  a  laurel  crown,  ppr.  see  plate  9 

AMBOROW,  ANBURY,  or  ANBOROW,  a  bear's 
head,  erased,  sa.,  muzzled,  or.  20.  9 

AMBRIDGE,  Eng.,  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  and 
two  swords,  in  saltier,  ppr.  1 20.  4 

AMBROS,  AMBROSE,  and  AMBROSS,  Eng.,  in 
hand  a  billet,  ar.  158.  7 

AMBROSE,  a  cherub's  head,  between  wings. 

130.  10 

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.  160.  I 

AMBRY,  or  AMBREY,  a  wolf's  head,  erm.,  in 
mouth  a  rose-branch.  19.  I 

AMCOT,  and  AMCOTS,  a  squirrel,  sejant,  gu., 
cracking  a  nut,  or.  58.  12 

AMCOTES,  and  AMCOTTS,  Kittlethorpe  Park  j 


AMS 

Astrop  and  Writtenby,  Line.  ;  a  sqiiirrel, 
sejant,  gu.,  cracking  a  nut,  or.  58.    n 

AMCOTTS,  Eng.,  a  squirrel,  sejant,  gu.,  collared, 
or.  58.  7 

AMEERS,  Eng.,  a  long  cross,  crossed  on  three 
grieces.  143.  n 

AMENTON,  Eng. ,  an  antelope's  head,  ppr.  82.  6 

AMERANCE,  Eng.,  a  mascle,  ar.  107.  6 

AMERDLEY,  a  heart  inflamed,  winged.    138.   I 

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

comp.  46.  8 

AMEREDITH  of  Tamerton,  same  crest. 

AMEREX,  and  AMERICE,  a  torteau,  gu.,  charged 
with  a  talbot's  head,  erased.  60.  1 1 

AMERIE,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand,  ppr.,  a  fleur-de- 
lis,  in  pale,  or.  121.  I 

AMERY  of  Park  House,  Stourbridge,  out  of  a 
mural  coronet,  a  talbot's  head.  Tu  ne  cede 
mails.  60.  5 

AMERY,  London,  same  crest  and  motto. 

AMES  of  The  Hyde,  Bedford,  a  rose,  ar., 
stalked  and  leaved,  vert.  30.  8 

AMES,  and  AMOS,  Eng.,  a  square  collegiate 
cap,  sa.  122.  7 

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.  126.  10 

AMHERST,  or  AMHURST,  Eng.,  same  crest. 

AMIAS,  Norf.,  a  buck's  head,  erased,  ar., 
horned,  or,  neck  wreathed,  sa.  83.  9 

AMIDAS,  Lond.,  a  branch  of  oak,  ppr.,  acorned, 
or.  54.  12 

AMIEL,  a  hunting-horn,  unstrung.  i.   14 

AMITESLY,  Glouc.,  a  bezant,  or,  charged  with 
a  pale,  indented,  gu.  8.  3 

AMO,  a  negress's  head  from  breast,  affrontee, 
with  ear-rings.  129.  7 

AMOCK,  Eng.,  a  man's  head,  from  shoulders, 
in  profile,  vested,  wreathed.  128.  14 

AMOND,  or  ST.  AMOND,  Sco.,  three  cinque-foils, 
az.,  stalked  and  leaved.  comp.  13.  II 

AMOND,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  a  griffin's 
head.  88.  2 

AMOND,  Sco.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  a  griffin's 
head,  ducally  gorged.  88.  3 

AMOND,  Sco.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
brandishing  a  scimitar,  all  ppr.  121.  6 

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

.      60.  5 

AMORY,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  plume  of 
seven  ostrich -feathers,  ar.,  four  and  three. 
comp.  1 1 8.  2 

AMOS  of  St.  Ibbs,  Hertford,  a  stag's  head. 
Sapere  aude.  84.  10 

AMOSLEY,  a  horse  at  full  speed,  sa.  72.  9 

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

AMPHLET,  Staffs.,  a  dromedary,  ppr.       31.   n 

AMPHLETT  of  Clent  House,  Wore.,  a  drome- 
dary, ppr.  31.  ii 

AMRAS,  Norf..  a  stag's  head,  erased,  gorged 
with  a  wreath.  83.  9 

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

95.   10 

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

AMSON,  Eng.,  a  crane,  ppr.  116.  10 


AMS 


AND 


AMY,  or  AM  YE,  Camb.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 
or,  an  eagle's  head,  ppr.,  in  beak  a  sprig, 
vert.  comp.  98.  2 

AMYAND,  a  naked  arm,  embowed,  ppr.,  in  hand 
three  ears  of  corn,  bladed,  all  or.  La  tie 
durante.  156.  n 

AMYAND  of  Moreas  Court,  Heref.,  Bart.,  a 
crow,  ppr.  114.  10 

AMYAS,  Norf.,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  or,  gorged 
with  a  wreath,  ar.  and  sa.  83.  9 

AMYAS,  Tilbury,  Ess.,  a  hind,  ppr.,  collared, 
gu.  see  plate  85 

AMYAT,  and  AMYATT,  Eng.,  a  ram,  passant, 
ppr.  57-10 

AMYATT,  Southampton,  a  ram,  passant,  ar. 

57-  10 

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

comp.  85.  7 

ANBY,  and  AUBLEY,  in  dexter  hand  a  cross 
pattee,  fitched.  152.  15 

ANCHER,  and  ANCHOR,  Kent,  a  bull's  head, 
erased,  gu.  15.  6 

ANCRAM,  Hill  House,  Frome,  an  anchor,  erect, 
sa.  Holdfast.  153.  n 

ANDBY,  ANDY,  or  ANDEY,  Devons.,  on  stump 
of  tree,  a  crane,  statant,  ppr.  1 1 6.  n 

ANDEGARVIA,  Eng.,  an  escarbuncle,  sa. 

123.  4 

ANDELBY,  an  escutcheon,  gu.,  chSfrged  with  a 
cross  moline,  or.  comp.  120.  12 

ANDERDON,  Hants. ,  a  dexter  arm,  in  armour, 
embowed,  hand  apaumee  148.  2 

ANDERLEY,  Eng.,  a  dolphin,  haurient,  devour- 
ing a  fish,  ppr.  68.  7 

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.  161.  3 

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  80 

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

25-  13 

ANDERSON,  Bart.,  Yorks.,  a  water-spaniel, 
passant,  or.  Guaviter.  59.  2 

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.  13 

ANDERSON,  Bart.,  a  talbot,  passant,  collared 
and  lined.  6 1.  8 

ANDERSON,  an  eagle,  issuing,  in  dexter  an 
olive-branch.  Qui  koneste  fortiter.  101.  14 

ANDERSON  of  Airdbreck,  an  oak-tree,  ppr. 
Stand  sure.  25.  13 

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

140.  2 

ANDERSON,  an  eagle,  issuing.  Qui  honeste  for- 
titer. 98.  10 

ANDERSON,  Glasgow,  a  cloud,  ppr.  Recte  quod 
honeste.  8.  7 

ANDERSON,  Penley,  Herts.,  a  spaniel  dog,  pas- 
sant. 35.  i 

ANDERSON,  Lond.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  ar., 
a  hind's  head,  or,  pierced  through  neck  with 
an  arrow.  85.  2 

ANDERSON,  Mill  Hill,  Middx.,  three  ostrich  - 


feathers,  encircled  with  a  chain,  or,  on  centre 
one  a  crescent.  comp.  51.  3 

ANDERSON,  Newcastle,  an  eagle's  head,  erased, 
ar.,  in  beak,  in  pale,  a,n  arrow,  gu.,  headed 
and  feathered,  or.  comp.  102.  10 

ANDERSON  of  Newbigging,  a  mullet,  az.  Nil 
conscire  sibi.  107.  4 

ANDERSON  of  Whiteburgh,  a  crescent,  ar.  Ut 
se  crescit  clarescit.  140.  2 

ANDERSON,  Glasgow,  an  elephant's  head, 
couped,  ppr.  24.  10 

ANDERSON  of  Nethertarvit,  a  mullet,  or.  Give 
and  forgive.  107.  4 

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

comp.  83.'  IO 

ANDERSON,  merchant,  Lond.,  a  phoenix  in 
flames,  ppr.  Dominus  providebit.  101.  IO 

ANDERSON,  a  stag,  lodged,  ppr.  80.  9 

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

comp.  100.  4 

ANDERSON,  a  ship  in  full  sail,  ppr.          21.   14 

ANDERSON,  a  blazing  star,  gu.  7.  6 

ANDERSON,  Iri.,  on  a  mount,  a  leopard,  couch- 
ant,  gardant,  with  antique  crown.  1 1.  14 

ANDERSON  of  Linkwood,  in  hand  a  pen,  ppr. 
Honesty  is  the  best  policy.  144.  10 

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

80.  10 

ANDERSON,  Suss.,  in  hand  a  pen.  Honesty  is 
the  best  policy.  144-  10 

ANDERSON,  WALTER  N.,  Toronto,  Ontario,  an 
eagle,  issuing,  in  dexter  an  olive  branch, 
ppr.  Qui  honeste  fortiter.  101.  14 

ANDERSON,  Fife,  a  sword,  in  pale,  between  two 
branches  of  laurel,  in  orle,  ppr.  Pro  bello 
vel  pace.  146.  7 

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

see  plate  88 

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.  148.  2 

ANDERTON  of  Tushielaw,  a  sword,  in  pale,  be- 
tween two  branches  of  laurel,  in  orle,  ppr. 
Pro  bello  vel  pace.  146.  7 

ANDERTON,  Lane.,  a  curlew,  ar.  74.  1 1 

ANDERTON  of  Euxton,  Lane.,  a  curlew,  ppr. 
We  stoop  not.  74.  1 1 

ANDESLEY,  Eng.,  a  sword,  ppr.,  and  cross 
crosslet,  sa.,  in  saltier.  52.  I 

ANDLAW,  an  eagle's  head,  sa.  102.  9 

ANDRADE,  a  wolf's  head,  or.  19.  5 

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

65-  3 

ANDREA,  or  ST.  ANDREW,  Eng.,  a  cinquefoil, 
ar.  80.  3 

ANDREA,  Eng.,  a  bezant,  az.,  charged  with 
lion's  head,  erased,  collared,  gu.  49.  5 

ANDREW,  Devons.,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  sa., 
attired,  or.  83.  13 

ANDREW  of  Nethertarvit,  a  star,  or.  Give  and 
forgive.  65.  15 

ANDREW  of  Clockmill,  in  dexter  hand  a  laurel- 
branch,  ppr.  Virtute  et  fortuna.  1 33.  4 

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

see  plate  42 


AND 


ANN 


ANDREWES,  Eng.,  a  moor's  head,  in  profile,  sa., 
banded,  ar.  135'  9 

ANDREWES,  Bart.,  Carlisle,  a  moor's  head, 
couped,  ppr.  134.  13 

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

134-   13 

ANDREWES,  Suff.,  a  stag's  head,  ar.,  erased, 
charged  with  a  crescent.  83.  1 1 

ANDREWES  of  Lathbury,  Bucks.,  Bart.,  a  stag's 
head,  ar.  83.  13 

ANDREWES  of  Shaw  Place,  Bart.,  out  of  an 
eastern  coronet,  a  moor's  head,  in  profile, 
ppr.  see  plate  1 35 

ANDREWES,  Eng.,  a  moor's  head,  in  profile, 
couped  at  shoulders,  ppr.  135.  13 

ANDREWS,  Bart.,  Denton,  Northamp.,  a  blacka- 
moor's head,  in  profile,  couped  at  shoulders, 
wreathed.  135.  13 

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

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

ear  a  pendant,  or.    Victrix  fortunes  sapientia. 

see  plate  135 

ANDREWS,  Oxon.,  a  dexter  arm,  vested,  vert, 
cuffed,  in  hand  a  branch.  Nee  careo,  nee 
euro.  142.  2 

ANDREWS,  Surr.,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  ar. 
Quod  konestum  utile.  83.  13 

ANDREWS,  RICHARD,  Southampton,  a  stags 
head,  erased,  ar.  83.  13 

ANDREWS,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  branch  of  laurel, 
ppr.  Virtute  et  fortuna.  133.  4 

ANDREWS,  Suff.,  an  acorn,  vert.  54.   9 

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

134.   13 
ANDREWS  of  Norton,  Bart.,  a  moor's  head,  in 

profile,  sa.,  banded,  ar.  135.  9 

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

a  moor's  head,  couped.  135.  7 

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

on  neck  with  a  saltier  humettee,  between 

two  roundles.  see  plate  1 8 

ANDREWS,   Lathbury,    Bucks,   of  Norf.    and 

Suff.:  (i.)  A  stag's  head,  ar.  83.  13.  (2.)  For 

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

charged  with  a  crescent  for  difference.  83.  1 1 
ANDREWS,  Suff.,  a  bird,  wings  expanded,  az., 

in  beak  a  laurel  branch,  vert.  106.   13 

ANDREWS,  a  dexter  arm,  vested,  in  hand  a 

branch.  142.  2 

ANDREWS,   a  greyhound's    head,   couped,   on 

neck  a  saltier.  comp.  18.  10 

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

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

a  pendant,  ar.  Fortiter  defendit.  135.  13 
ANDROS,  on  a  tower,  a  lion,  rampant,  sa.  22.  13 
ANDSON,  Angus,  a  fir-tree,  seeded,  ppr.  Stand 

sure.  26.  3 

ANELCHE,   Eng.,   an   eagle,   wings   expanded, 

ppr.  98.   10 

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

a  pale,  indented,  gu.  8.  3 

ANEYS,  Eng.,  a  sword,  in  bend,  ppr.        154.  9 
ANGAS,  or  ANGES,  an  ostrich -head,  erased,  ar., 

in  mouth  a  horse-shoe,  ppr.  see  plate  108 
ANGE,  a  cross-formee,  or,  between  wings,  az. 

94.  6 
ANGEL,  ANGLE,  ANEGALL,  or  ANEGAL,  on  a 

chapeau,  a  tower,  ppr.  see  plate  22 

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

or.  19.  2 

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

demi-pegasus.  see  plate  7 1 


ANGELL,  a  swan,  ar.,  ducally  gorged,  or.  76.  1 1 
ANGELLIS,  or  ANGLES,  in  lion's  gamb,  a  cross 

pattee,  fitched,  or.  44.   I 

ANGER,  and  ANGIER,  Kent,  a  martlet,  flying 

over  a  castle.  23.  I 

ANGER,  an  escarbuncle,  or.  123.  4 

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

mouth  a  quatrefoil.  comp.  47.  13 

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

ar.  comp.  115.  6 

ANGEVILLE  of  Thethelthorpe,  Line.,  a  branch 

of  three  roses,  ar.  30.  5 

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

heraldic  tiger,  salient,  sa.,  ducally  gorged. 

Per  il  suo  contrario,  64.  4 

ANGOLESME,  Eng.,  the  sail  of  a  ship.  21.  I 
ANGOLISME,  Eng.,  a  lion's  gamb,  sa.  52.  10 
ANGUILLA,  Eng.,  a  bezant,  charged  with  tal- 

bot's  head,  erased,  sa.  60.   II 

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

anguis  in  herba.  comp.  ill.   13 

ANGUS,  Eng. ,  a  quadrangular  castle.  23.  6 
ANGUS,  Sco.,  a  lion,  with  antique  crown,  or. 

Fortis  est  veritas.  see  plate  3  7 

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

2.    10 

ANKE,  or  ANKOS,  a  bull's  head,  erased.  15.  6 
ANKETEL,  Eng.,  a  rose,  gu.  30.  8 

ANKETELL  of  Shaftesbury,  on  a  mount,  vert, 

an  oak-tree,  ppr.  26.   5 

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

sprouting.  26.   13 

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

Vade  ad  formicam.  25.  12 

ANKYRSLEY,  Eng.,  a  hunting-horn.  i.   14 

ANLABY,  on  a  mount,  an  oak-tree.  26.   5 

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

ducal  coronet.  138.  9 

ANLET,  and  ANLETT,  Yorks.,  on  a  rock,  a  fire- 
beacon,  ppr.  2.  9 
ANLEY,  Eng.,  a  dexter  arm,  in  hand,  a  hawk's 

lure,  ppr.  130.  6 

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

erased,  ppr.  47.    13 

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

a  pale,  indented,  gu.  8.   3 

ANNA,  DE,  Eng.,  a  bezant,  or.  149.   n 

ANNABELL,  ANNABLE,  and  ANNABLES,  Eng.,  a 

stag  at  gaze,  ppr.  Si.   10 

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

So.   10 
ANN  AND,    Annandale,    a    rose,   stalked   and 

leaved,  ppr.     Quod  honestum  utile.        30.  8 
ANNANDALE,  Sco.,  same  crest  and  motto. 
ANNANDALE,  a  spur,  erect,  winged.  62.  5 

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

arrow.  4.  6 

ANNCELL,  Eng.,  a  stag's  head,  affrontee,  du- 
cally gorged.  84.   12 
ANNCEY,  Eng.,  on  a  mural  coronet,  a  stag, 

sejant,  ppr.  So.  12 

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

breasts,  ppr.,  hair  dishevelled,  or.     129.    14 
ANNE  of  Trickley,  Yorks,,  a  buck's  head,  ca- 

bossed,  ar.  84.  2 

ANNELES,  a  mermaid,  ppr.,  tail,  vert.  32.  5 
ANNELSHIE,  a  bezant,  or,  charged  with  a  pale, 

indented,  gu.  8.  3 

ANNESLEY,    Iri. ,   a  demi  -  lady  supporting  a 

portcullis.  129.    12 


ANN 


API, 


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

wreathed,  ar.  and  az.     Virtutis  amore. 

135-   13 
ANNESLEY,   Earl    Mountmorris,   Iri.,   moor's 

head,    wreathed,    ar.    and     az.        Virtutis 

amore.  135-   13 

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

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

Virtutis  amore.  135-    J3 

ANNESLEY  of  Arley  Castle,   Stafford,   same 

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

wreathed,  ar.  and  az.  '31*   I5 

ANNESLEY,  Eng.,  a  buck's  head,  or.       83.   13 
ANNES,  ANNESS,  and  ANNIS,  Eng.,  a  mascle, 

or.  107.  6 

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

demi-pegasus,  ar.  71.  9 

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

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

4.  6 
ANNYSLAY,  Eng.,  moor's  head,  couped,  sa. 

134-  13 

ANSCELL,  or  ANSTRELL,  of  Barford,  Beds.,  a 
demi-lion,  az.,  ducally  gorged,  and  lined, 
or.  46.  8 

ANSDELL,  in  hand  a  buckle,  or.  154.  4 

ANSELBIE,  and  ANSELBY,  Eng.,  a"n  arrow,  in 
pale,  enfiled  with  ducal  coronet,  or.  138.  9 

ANSELL,  Eng.,  a  demi-lion,  ppr.,  ducally 
gorged.  46.  8 

ANSERT,  Eng.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  imperi- 
ally crowned,  in  dexter  a  sword,  wavy.  43.  12 

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

comp.  66.   I 

ANSON,  Viscount :  (i.)  Out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 
or,  a  spear-head,  ppr.,  staff,  purp.  comp. 
66.  I.  (2.)  A  greyhound's  head,  couped, 
erm.,  charged  on  neck  with  two  bars- 
gemelle,  or.  Nil  desperandum.  18.  10 

ANSON,  a  crow,  ppr.,  between  two  ostrich- 
feathers,  ar.  see  plate  114 

ANSON,  a  dove,  ppr.,  between  two  ostrich- 
feathers,  or.  see  plate  106 

ANSTAVILL,  a  castle,  triple-towered,  a  demi- 
lion,  rampant,  out  of  middle  tower.  23.  5 

ANSTAY,  ANSTEE,  ANSTEY,  and  ANSTIE,  Eng., 
a  martlet,  or.  119.  4 

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

comp.  123.   5 

ANNTIE,  Eng.,  a  leopard's  head,  ppr.,  jessant- 
de-lis,  gu.  48.  4 

ANSTIS,  Cornw.,  out  of  ducal  coronet,  five 
ostrich -feathers,  ppr.  108.  5 

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

124.  13 

ANSTON,  a  martlet,  issuing,  ppr.  119.  4 

ANSTROTHER,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
demi-man,  in  armour,  ppr.,  in  hand  a  spear, 
sa. ,  headed,  ar.  comp.  131.  II 

ANSTRUTHER,  Bart.,  Staffs.,  two  arms  in  ar- 
mour, grasping  a  battle-axe.  Periissem  ni 
periissem.  1 57.  3 

ANSTRUTHER  of  that  Ilk.,  Bart.,  two  arms,  in 
armour,  embowed,  grasping  a  battle-axe. 
Periissem  ni  periissem.  157.  3 

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.     (2.)  For  Car- 

michael,  an  arm,  in  armour,  erect,  grasping 

a  broken  spear,  ppr.     Touj ours  prtt.  124.  7 

ANSTY,  Eng.,  a  martlet,  or.  119.  4 

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

charged  with  a  pale,  indented.  '8.   3 

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

ar.  56.  4 

ANTHONY,  a  goat's  head,  or.  56.  4 

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

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

head,  ar.  45.    15 

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

56.  4 

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

82.  ii 

ANTRAM,  Dors.,  a  demi-griffin,  az.,  winged, 
Prudentia  et  animo.  86.  13 

ANTRIM,  Earl  of,  Iri.  (Seymour-M'Donnell),  a 
dexter  arm,  vested,  couped  at  shoulder, 
embowed,  in  fess,  in  hand  a  cross  crosslet, 
fitched,  gu.  103.  8 

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  70 

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

ANTROBUS,  Lond.,  same  crest. 

ANTWISEL,  or  ANTISELL,  an  eagle,  wings  ex- 
panded and  inverted,  ppr.  98.  IO 

ANVERS,  Chesh.,  a  branch  with  three  roses, 

Ppr-  30-  3 

ANVERS,  DE,  Eng  ,  a  wyvern,  sa.  91-5 

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

clouds,  pulling  an  anchor  out  of  sea,  ppr. 

146.   8 

ANVORY,  in  hand  a  holly-branch,  ppr.    125.  8 
ANWELL,  and  ANWYL,  Eng.,  and  Parkin,  Me- 
rionethshire, an  astrolabe,  ppr.  77.   10 
AN  WICK,    Lond.,   in   dexter   hand   a   broken 

tilting-spear,  or.  144.  4 

ANWYT,  an  eagle,  displayed,  ppr.  96.   10 

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

extended,  ppr.  37.  5 

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

comp.  144.  9 

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

banded,  gu.      Virtuti  fido.  137.  6 

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

sinister  arm  shooting  an  arrow,  all  ppr. 

comp.  147.  13 
APHE,  Hants.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  ar.,  a 

parrot's  head,  or.  see  plate  llS 

APHERY,  Eng.,  a  trefoil,  slipped,  vert.  13.  6 
Ap-HovvELL,  in  gauntlet,  erect,  a  sword. 

155-  7 

APIFER,  in  hand  a  spiked  club,  ppr.  158.  8 
APILIARD,  or  APPLEYARD,  East  Carlton,  Norf., 

a  demi-tiger,  in  mouth  a  rose.  comp.  62.  9 
APILSTON,  in  nest  a  pelican,  wings  displayed, 

feeding  her  young,  or,  vulned,  ppr.  97.  2 
APLEGATH,  or  APLEGARTH,  Kapley,  Hants.,  a 

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

a  bend.  comp.  62.  9 


APL 


ABO 


APLETEEE,  Hants.,  a  goat,  passant,  ar.  56.  n 

APLEYAED,  an  owl,  ar.  107.  8 

APPELTON,  a  camel  lying  down.  31.  8 

APPELTON,  and  APPOLTON,  Eng. ,  a  camel, 
couchant,  ppr.  31.  IO 

APPLEBEE,  a  martlet,  or.  119.  4 

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.  128.  2 

APPLETON,  or  APLETON,  Suff.,  an  elephant's 
head,  couped,  sa.,  in  mouth  a  snake,  vert, 
wreathed  about  trunk.  comp.  24.  IO 

APPLE WHAITE,  Stoke  Ask,  Suff.,  a  cubit  arm 
erect,  in  hand  an  open  book.  151.  4 

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

107.  9 

APPLEYAED,  a  demi-dragon,  ppr.,  in  dexter  a 
scimitar,  ar.  see  plate  89 

APPLEYAED,  Norf.,  a  demi-tiger,  in  mouth  a 
rose,  slipped,  ppr.  comp.  62.  9 

APEECE,  Bucks,  and  Hants.,  an  otter,  ppr., 
collared  and  lined,  or.  comp.  34.  8 

APEECE,  Bucks,  and  Hants.,  a  -spear,  erect, 
ar.  Labora  ut  ceternum  vivas.  66.  i 

APEEECE,  Bart.,  Washingley,  Hunts.,  a  spear- 
head, erect,  ppr.  Vix  labora  ut  in  ceternum 
vivas.  147.  9 

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  94 

Ap-RiCE,  a  boar's  head,  erect,  pellettee,  be- 
tween two  oak-branches,  fructed.  comp.  3.  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.  106.  2 

APSLEY,  Suss.,  a  fleur  -  de  -  lis,  or,  between 
wings,  ar.  see  plate  142 

APTED,  Surrey,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  or.  Sem- 
per eadem.  83.  13 

AQUITAE,  Lond.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  or, 
murally  crowned,  az.,  in  dexter  a  laurel- 
branch,  slipped,  ppr.  comp.  43.  10 

AEABIN,  Eng.,  the  sun  rising  behind  a  moun- 
tain, ppr.  7.  5 

AEABIN  of  Beech  Hill,  Ess.,  and  Drayton, 
Middx.,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  between 
wings,  sa.,  ducally  crowned,  or.  Nee  temere, 
nectimide.  see  plate  101 

AEABIN,  same  crest. 

AEABYN,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  ducally 
crowned,  or,  between  wings.  see  plate  88 

AEBLASTEE,  or  ALLEBASTEE,  Staffs.,  a  feather. 
in  pale,  enfiled  with  ducal  coronet.  50.  7 

AEBLESTEE,  AEEBLASTEB,  and  AEABLESTEE, 
Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  greyhound's 
head,  sa.  1 8.  5 

AEBUCKLE,  Sco.,  a  ram,  ppr.  57.   n 

AEBUETHNET,  Findoury,  Sco.,  a  peacock,  issu- 
ing, ppr.  Interna  prcestant.  117.  13 

AEBUETHNET  of  Catherlan,  a  peacock's  head, 
couped,  ppr.,  charged  with  a  mullet,  or.  Sit 
laus  Deo.  comp.  117.  2 

AEBUETHNET,  same  crest.  Tarn  interna,  quam 
externa. 

AEBUTHNOT,  Montrose,  a  dove,  within  an  adder, 
in  orle,  ppr.  Innocue  ac  provide.  118.4 

AEBUTHNOT,  Sco.,  a  peacock's  head,  couped, 
ppr.,  beaked,  or.  Laus  Deo.  117.  2 


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

Innocent  and  true.  117.  2 

AEBUTHNOT,  Weymouth,  a  ship  under  sail, 

ppr.     Fluctuo  sed  affluo.  21.  14 

AEBUTHNOT,  a  cross  patte'e,  or.  123.  5 

AEBUTHNOT  of  Arbuthnothaugh,  a  peacock's 

head,  couped.     Deus  me  sustinet.         117.  2 
AEBUTHNOT  of  Fiddes,  a  peacock,  passant,  ppr. 

Tarn  interna,  quam  externa.  117.    10 

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

erased,  ppr.     Laus  Deo.  117.   1 1 

AECEDECKNE,  or  AECHDECKNE,  a  dexter  arm, 

in  armour,  embowed,  in  hand  a  scimitar. 

121.  6 
AECEDECKNE  of    Glevering,   Suff.,  a    dexter 

arm,  in  hand  a  sword.  159.   7 

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

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

demi-fish,  ppr.  6.  2 

AECHBALD,  and  AECHIBALD,  a  decrescent,  ar. 

Ut  reficiar.  105.  8 

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

13-   I 

AECHDALE,  and  AECHEDALE,  Lond.,  out  of  a 
ducal  coronet,  a  tiger's  head,  ar.,  maned 
and  tufted,  sa.  1 1.  I 

AECHDALL  of  Castle  Archdall,  and  Trillic, 
Iri.:  (i.)  ~FoTArchdaU,out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 
a  heraldic,  tiger's  head,  ppr.  Data  fata 
secutus.  64.  9.  (2.)  For  Montgomery,  on  a 
chapeau,  ppr.,  a  hand,  vested,  az.,  grasping 
a  sword,  ppr.,  hilt  and  pommel,  or.  Honneur 
sans  repos.  (3.)  For  Mervyn,  a  squirrel,  se- 
jant, ppr.  De  Dieu  tout.  58.  12 

AECHDALL,  Iri.,  a  cross  patte'e,  erm.       123.  5 

AECHDALL,  or  AECHDELL,  out  of  a  ducal  coro- 
net, or,  a  griffin's  head.  86.  3 

AECHDEACON,  Cornw.,  a  martlet  flying  over  a 
tower,  ppr.  23.  I 

AECHEBOLD,  or  AECHBOLD,  Staffs.,  a  lion's 
head,  erased,  ar.,  collared,  gu.  49.  12 

AECHEE  of  Bourne,  Kent,  a  bull's  head,  erased, 
gu.,  armed,  or.  15.  6 

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

see  plate  88 

AECHEB  of  Trelaske  House,  Cornw. ,  a  quiver, 
in  fess,  ppr.  157.  u 

AECHEE,  Cornw.,  a  quiver  full  of  arrows,  in 
fess.  157.  II 

AECHEE,  Ess.  and  Kent,  a  bull's  head,  erased, 
gu.  15.  6. 

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  88 

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.  90.  10 

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

see  plate  89 

AECHEE,  Eng.,  a  palm-branch,  ppr.  Ditat 
servata  fides.  13.  3 

AECHEE,  Iri.,  a  mound,  az.,  banded  and  crossed, 
or.  78.  3 


ARO 

ARCHER,  Sco.,  a  dexter  hand,  and  sinister 
arm,  drawing  an  arrow.  147.  13 

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.  137.  2 

ARCHER-DE  BOYS,  Ess.:  (i.)  A  wyvern,  ar. 
91.  6.  (2.)  A  legcouped  at  thigh,  embowed 
at  knee,  spur  and  leather,  or.  Ij6.  6 

ARCHEVER,  Sco. ,  two  arms  drawing  arrow  to 
head.  Ready.  147.  13 

ARCHIDECKNIE,  a  dexter  arm  in  armour,  em- 
bowed,  in  hand  a  dagger.  159.  4 

ARCY,  DE,  Iri.,  a  tilting-spear  broken  in  three 
pieces,  ppr.,  head  in  pale,  other  two  in  sal- 
tier, banded,  gu.  134.  4 

ARD,  Eng.,  a  cock,  ppr.       Vigilantia.     94.  12 

ARDEM,  a  cross,  az.,  on  three  grieces.     137.  4 

ARDEN,  Baron  Alvenley,  Chester,  out  of  a 
ducal  coronet,  or,  a  plume  of  five  feathers, 
ar.,  charged  with  crescent,  gu.  Patientid 
vinces.  108.  2 

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.  4.  12 

ARDEN,  on  a  chapeau,  turned  up,  erm.,  a  wild 
boar,  passant,  or,  charged  with  three  annu- 
lets. 4.  13 

ARDEN,  Norf.  and  Suff.,  on  a  chapeau,  turned 
up,  a  wild  boar,  passant,  or.  Quo  me  cunque 
vocat  patria.  4.  12 

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

ARDEN,  a  thistle  stalked  and  flowered.  29.   10 

ARDERES,  Meriden.  Warw.,  a  demi-lion,  az., 
gorged  with  a  collar,  or,  charged  with  three 
mullets.  see  plate  44 

ARDERN,  Eng.,  in  a  coronet,  or,  a  pyramid  of 
leaves,  vert.  comp.  66.  9 

ARDERNE,  on  a  chapeau,  turned  up,  erm.,  a  wild 
boar,  passant,  or,  charged  with  three  annu- 
lets. 4.  13 

ARDERNE,  on  a  chapeau,  turned  up,  a  boar, 
passant,  or.  4.  12 

ARDERNE,  Chesh.  and  Lane.,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  or,  a  plume  of  five  feathers.  1 08.  5 

ARDERNE,  Warw. ,  a  boar,  passant,  or.     4.  1 1 

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

51-  3 

ARDES,  Sharington,  Bucks.,  within  a  Catha- 
rine-wheel, sa.,  ducally  crowned,  or,  the 
sun  in  splendour.  comp.  145.  15 

ARDES,  a  Catharine- wheel,  or,  pierced,  sa., 
ducally  crowned.  comp.  145.  15 

ARDINGTON,  or  ARTHINGTON,  Yorks.,  a  dove 
with  olive-branch  in  mouth.  106.  7 

ARDIS,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gu.,  in  dexter  a 
rose,  or,  leaved,  vert.  42.  5 

ARDYN,  a  cross,  az.,  on  three  grieces.     137.  4 

ARDYN,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up, 
erm.,  a  boar,  passant,  or.  4.  12 

AREL,  French  and  Eng.,  a  boar's  head  be- 
tween two  ostrich-feathers.  20.  7 

ARESKIN,  in  dexter  hand  an  escutcheon. 

comp.  158.  ii 

ARESKINE,  Sco.,  a  demi-griffin,  in  dexter  a 
sword.  A  usim  et  confido.  86.  7 

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


15  ABM 


beak  a  sword,  in  bend,  ppr.     In  Domino 
confido.  88.  5 

ARFECE,  ARFOIS,  or  ARFORCE,  Eng.,  a  scal- 
ing ladder,  az.  77-6 
ARGAHAST,  a  Doric  column,  ppr.            132.  3 
ARGAL,  Eng.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  gu. 

47-  13 

ARGALL  of  Low-hall,  Ess.,  a  sphinx,  wings 
expanded,  ppr.  129.  13 

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

129.  13 

ARGALL,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  grasp- 
ing a  battle-axe,  all  ppr.  154.  10 

ARGALL,  ARGELL,  or  ARGILL,  a  lion's  head, 
erased,  ppr.  47.  13 

ARGENTE,  Camb.,  a  demi-lion,  gu.,  holding  a 
covered  cup,  ar.  see  plate  44 

ARGENTON,  Eng.,  a  martlet,  sa.  119.  4 

ARGENTRE,  an  eagle's  head,  erased.       102.   10 

ARGUILLA,  on  a  bezant,  a  talbot's  head,  erased, 
sa.  60.  ii 

ARGUM,  ARGUN,  or  ARGUNE,  in  hand,  erect, 
out  bf  cloud,  an  open  book.  126.  I 

ARGYLL,  Duke  of,  Sco.  (Campbell),  a  boar's 
head,  couped,  or.  Vix  ea  nostra  voco — and 
— Ne  obliviscaris.  3.  13 

ARIEL,  and  ARIELL,  Eng.,  an  anchor,  cabled, 
and  sword,  in  saltier.  120.  14 

ARKELL,  or  ARKLE,  a  griffin,  sejant,  ar.,  in 
dexter  a  garland  of  laurel.  88.  1 1 

ARKINSTALL,  Camb.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  grey- 
hound, sejant,  erm.  17.  10 

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

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

comp.  140.  7 

ARKROYD,  Eng.,  a  dog,  sleeping.  59.  i 

ARKWRIGHT  of  Willersley,  Derby,  an  eagle, 
rising,  or,  in  beak  an  escutcheon.  Multa, 
tuli  fecique.  see  plate  98 

ARKYBUS,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  ar.         47.   13 

ARLE,  Eng.,  a  boar's  head,  erect,  between  two 
ostrich-feathers.  20.  7 

ARLOTE,  or  ARLOTT,  on  a  chapeau,  a  leopard, 
passant,  gardant,  three  blades  of  rushes  on 
each  side,  all  ppr.  comp.  9.  12 

ARMESBURY,  Ess.,  two  hands  conjoined,  out  of 
clouds,  ppr.  136.  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-  89.  5 

ARMESTRANG,  ARMSTRANG,  or  ARMSTRONG, 
Sco.,  in  hand,  out  of  a  cloud,  a  club,  all 
ppr.  Invicta  labore.  155.  5 

ARMIGER,  or  ARMEIER,  North  Creake,  Norf., 
on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  tiger,  sejant.  9.  2 

ARMINE,  Osgodby,  Line.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  an 
ermine,  ppr.  1 6.  8 

ARMISTEAD,  a  dexter  arm,  in  armour,  em- 
bowed,  ppr.,  in  hand  a  broken  spear. 
Suirez  la  raison.  141.  6 

ARMIT,  and  ARMITT,  Eng.,  on  a  mount,  vert., 
a  bull,  passant,  ppr.  15.  12 

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.  67.  15 

ARMITAGE,  an  arm,  embowed,  vested,  in  hand 
a  sword,  ppr.  120.  8 

AKMITAGE  of  Milnsbridge,  Yorks.,  a  dexter 


ABM 


16 


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.  130.  7 

AEMONY,  a  stag,  gu.  81.  10 

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

helmet.     Cassis  tutissima  virtus.  1 26.  3 

ARMSTRANG,  an  armed  arm,  ppr.  148.  2 

AEMSTRANG,  an  arm,  gu.  157.   14 

ARMSTRANG  of  Mangerton,  an  arm,  in  armour, 

embowed,  ppr.  148.  2 

ARMSTRONG,  an  arm,  in  armour,  grasping  a 

sword,  az.     Invictus  maneo.  140.  13 

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

embowed,  hand  apaumee,  ppr.  148.  2 

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.  157.   14 

ARMSTRONG,  Heref.  and  Wore.,  an  arm,  em- 
bowed,  ppr.     Invictus  maneo.  157.   14 
ARMSTRONG,  Sco.,  an  arm,  embowed,  couped, 

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

120.  8 
ARMSTRONG  of  New  Hall,  Clare,  in  armed 

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

Vi  et  armis.  comp.  67.  10 

ARMSTRONG  of  Mealiffe,  Iri.,  same  crest  and 

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

armour.     In  Deo  robur  meus.  148.  2 

ARMSTRONG   of    Ballycumber,  Iri.,  a  dexter 

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

148.  2 
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.  1 20.  8 

ARMYTAGE,  Lond.  and  Yorks.,  a  demi-lion, 

ar.,  in  dexter  a  cross  botonne'e,  gu.       44.  7 
ARNALD,  or  ARNAULD,  Eng.,  a  demi-cat,  gard- 

ant,  ppr.  62.  10 

ARNEEL,    ARNIED,  or  ARNEIL,  Sco.,  an  eel, 

naiant,  vert.     Sans  peur.  1 10.  7 

ARNET,  Eng.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  bull,  passant, 

ppr.  15.   12 

ARNET,  Sco.,  a  crescent,  or.    Speratum  et  com- 

pletum.  1 40.  2 

ARNET,   Bart.,   Yorks.,    a   demi-lion,    ar.,   in 

dexter  a  cross.  46.  4 

ARNETT,  ARNOT,  and  ARNOTT,  Eng.,  on  a  tower, 

ppr.,  a  flag  displayed,  az.  22.   9 

ARNEWAY,    ARNAWAY,  and  ARNOLD,  Bucks. 

and  Line.,  a  crosier,  or.  150.  9 

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.  130.  3 

ARNOLD,  in  hand,  ppr.,  a  bunch  of  grapes, 

purp.,  leaved,  vert.  155.   13 

ARNOLD,  Glouc.,  a  demi-tiger,  ar.,  pellette"e. 

comp.  62.  9 
ARNOLD,  Devons.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  an 

antelope's  head.  comp.  82.    13 

ARNOLD,  Cromer,  Norf.,  and  Bellesford,  Suff., 

a  dolp tin,  embowed,  ar.  68.   n 


ARNOLD,  Chilwick,  Herts.,  an  eagle's  head, 
erased,  gu.,  gorged  with  a  mural  coronet, 
ar.,  in  beak  an  acorn,  leaved,  comp.  1 02.  II 

ARNOLD,  Lond.,  a  demi-tiger,  sa.,  bezantee, 
holding  a  broad  arrow,  stick,  gu.,  feathers 
and  pheon,  ar.  comp.  62.  9 

ARNOLD  of  Missenden,  Bucks.,  same  crest. 
Nil  desperandum. 

ARNOLD,  Iri.,  a  feather  and  sword,  in  saltier. 

Si-  5 

ARNOT,  ARRAT,  and  ARROT,  Sco.,  in  hand  a 
dagger,  erect.  Pax  armis  acquiritur. 

122.     12 

ARNOT  of  Balcormo,  a  crescent,  or.     Speratum 

et  completum.  140.  2 

ARNOTT  of  Arlary,  same  crest  and  motto. 
ARNUT,  Sco.,  same  crest  and  motto. 
ARNWAY,  Line.,  a  crosier,  or.  150.  9 

ARON,  Eng.,  a  lady's  arm,  from  elbow,  in  pale. 

156.  9 
ARPIN,  arm  in  armour,  in  hand  a  holly -branch, 

all  ppr.  125.  8 

ARRAN,  Earl  of  (Gore),  a  wolf,  salient,   ar., 

collared,  gu.     In  hoc  signo  vinces.         62.  4 
ARRAS,  in  a  tower,  gu.,  embattled,  or,  a  lion's 

head,  gold.  24.  6 

ARRAT,    Sco.,    in   dexter   a  dagger,   in  pale. 

Pax  armis  acquiritur.  122.    12 

ARRIS,  a  satyr,  in  dexter  a  partizan. 
ARROL,  Sco.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  in  dexter 

a  scimitar.     Courage.  46.   9 

ARROT  of  that  Ilk,  Sco.,  in  dexter  a  sword,  in 

pale,  ppr.     Antiquum  assero  decus.    122.   12 
ARROT.  Sco.,  in  hand  a  dagger,  in  pale,  ppr. 

Pax  armis  acquiritur.  122.   12 

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.  107.   10 

ARSCOT,  Devons.,  a  demi-man,   affrontee,  in 

dexter  a  scimitar  held  over  head,  sinister 

resting  on  a  tiger's  head.  124.  5 

ARSCOTT,  Eng.,  same  crest. 
ARSICK,  ARSYCKE,  and  ARSYKE,  Eng.,  atalbot, 

sejant,  ppr.,  dexter  on  a  shield,  gu.     61.  10 
ARTHER,  and  ARTHUR,  Eng.,  a  mullet  of  six 

points,  gu.  137.  12 

ARTHINGTON,  Yorks.,  a  dove,   in  mouth  an 

olive-branch,  ppr.  106.  7 

ARTHUR,  Dublin,  a  falcon,  volant,  ppr.,  jessed 

and  belled,  or.  105.   I 

ARTHUR,  Springfield,  Ess.,  a  pelican,  sa.,  in 

nest,  or,  breast  vulned,  gu.  97-2 

ARTHUR,  an  eagle,  sa.,  in  nest,  or,  feeding  her 

young,  of  the  first,  on  breast  a  crescent. 

comp.  97.  2 
ARTHUR,   Clare,  a  falcon,  rising,  ppr.,  jessed 

and  belled,  or.     Impclle  obstantia.      100.    13 
ARTHUR,    Sco.,    a   pelican   in   nest,    vulning. 

Fac  et  spera.  97-2 

ARTHURE,  a  demi-savage,  regardant.      135.  3 
ARTKED,  a  dexter  arm,  embowed,  in  hand  a 

cross  crosslet,  fitched,  in  pale,  sa.        103.  8 
ARTON,  a  candlestick,  or. 
ARTUS,  an  eagle's  head,  in  beak  a  quill,  ppr. 

see  plate  102 
ARUNDEL,  Baron,  of  Wardour,  Wilts.,  a  wolf, 

passant,  ar.     Deo  data.  62.   1 1 

ARUNDEL,  Lord  Arundel,  Eng.,  same  crest. 
ARUNDEL,  Iri.,  on   a  chapeau  turned  up,  a 

swallow,  ar.     Cruce  dum  spiro  fido.     1 1 9.  8 


ABU 

ARUNDEL,  Viscount  Gal  way,  Iri.,  a  martlet, 
or.  119-  5 

ARUNDEL- HARRIS,  Devons. :  (i.)  For  Arundd, 
a  stag's  head,  ppr.,  horned,  or.  De  ffirun- 
dine.  83.  13.  (2.)  On  a  chapeau  turned  up, 
a  martlet.  Nulliprceda.  119.8.  (3.)  For 
Harris,  an  eagle,  rising,  erm.,  beaked  and 
spurred,  or.  Kar  Deu — and — Res.  pub.  tra. 

98.   10 

AKUNDEL,  and  ARUNDELL  of  Trerice,  and  Lord 
Trevise,  Cornw.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  a  mart- 
let, ar.  119.  8 

ARUNDELL,  Cornw.,  on  a  mount,  a  horse,  pas- 
sant, against  a  tree. 

comp.  72.    13  and  73.   14 

ARUNDELL,  Lord  Wardure,  Eng.,  a  wolf,  pas- 
sent,  ar.  62.  II 

ARWEIL,  or  ARWELL,  in  hand  a  helmet,  ppr. 

126.  3 

ASADAM,  Eng.,  a  rook,  feeding,  sa.         114.  6 

ASBORNE,  Eng.,  in  lion's  paw  a  flag,  ar., 
charged  with  eagle,  displayed,  sa.  50.  4 

ASBURNER,  Eng.,  an  ash-tree,  ppr.  25.  5 

ASCHE,  ASCHEY,  or  ASCHER,  Eng.,  in  the  sea, 
a  ship  in  full  sail,  ppr.  21.  14 

ASCON,  Eng.,  a  mascle,  ar.  107.  6 

ASCOUGH  of  Blibers,  Line.,  an  ass,  ar.     20.   13 

ASCOUGH,  Eng., an  ass's  head,  erased, ar.  20.  2 

ASCOUGH,  Line.,  an  ass,  passant,  sa.       20.   14 

ASCUE,  Eng.,  an  ass's  head,  erased,  ar.     20.  2 

ASCUM,  Eng.,  a  fleur-de-lis.  142.    13 

ASELOCK,  Suff.,  a  talbot's  head,  erased,  or, 
guttle,  ar.  6 1.  2 

ASELOCK,  or  ASLAKE,  Suff.,  a  talbot's  head, 
sa.,  guttde  d'eau.  61.  3 

ASEN,  Eng.,  a  martlet,  gu.  1 1 9.  4 

ASERBURNE,  Eng.,  an  ash-tree,  ppr.  Quicquid 
crescit,  in  cinere  perit.  25.  5 

ASGILE,  Bart.,  Lond.,  a  sphinx,  gardant,  wings 
addorsed,  ar.  Sui  oblitus  commodi.  129.  13 

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.  129.  2  and  13 

ASH,  Eng.,  an  old  man's  head,  in  profile,  ppr., 
wreathed  and  stringed,  or  and  az.  131.  13 

ASH,  Stalsted,  Kent,  on  a  rock,  a  goose, 
wings  addorsed,  ppr.  109.  9 

ASH,  a  cockatrice's  head,  erased.  92.   I 

ASH  of  Ashbrook,  Iri. ,  a  squirrel.  Non  nobis 
sed  omnibus.  58.  12 

ASHAWE,  Lane.,  an  arm,  embowed,  vested  with 
leaves,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  in  hand  a 
cross  patt^e,  fitched,  ar.  141.  2 

ASHBERTON,  on  a  chapeau,  ppr.,  a  communion 
cup,  or. 

ASHBORNE,'  or  ASHBURNE,  Iri.,  a  tower,  triple- 
towered,  ppr.  22.  15 

ASHBORNE,  in  lion's  paw  a  flag,  ar.,  charged 
with  eagle,  displayed,  sa.  50.  4 

ASHBROOK,  Iri.,  a  raven,  ppr.,  in  beak  an 
ermine-spot.  Metis  conscia  rectl. 

see  plate  114 

ASKBROOK,  Viscount,  a  falcon,  ppr.         104.  2 

ASHBURNHAM,  Earl,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or, 
an  ash-tree,  ppr.  Le  roi  et  Vestat.  25.  2 

ASHBURNHAM,  Bart.,  Bromham,  Suss.,  same 
crest. 

ASHBURNHAM,  Eng.,  out  of  ducal  coronet,  ar., 
an  ash-tree,  ppr.  Witt  God,  and  1  shall. 

25.  2 


17  ASH 


ASHBURNHAM  of  Ashburnham,  Suss.,  out  of 
ducal  coronet,  or,  an  ash-tree,  ppr.  Witt 
God,  and  I  shatt.  t  25.  2 

ASHBURNHAM,  or  ASHBRENHAM,  a  griffin's 
head,  ppr.,  collared,  ar.  comp.  88.  10 

ASHBURTON,  a  mullet  of  six  points,  pierced, 
or,  between  wings,  ar.  141.  I 

ASHBURT,  Eng.,  in  lion's  paw  a  flag,  charged 
with  eagle,  displayed.  50.  4 

ASHBY  of  Greenfields,  Salop:  (i.)  For  Haddock, 
a  demi-lion,  rampant,  in  dexter  a  sword, 
46.  9.  (2.)  For  Ashby,  on  a  mural  coronet, 
ar.,  a  leopard's  head,  or.  Be  just,  and  fear 
not.  comp.  10.  11 

ASHBY  of  Quenby,  Leic.,  out  of  a  mural  coro- 
net, ar.,  a  leopard's  head,  affronte"e,  or.  Be 
just,  and  fear  not.  comp.  10.  II 

ASHBY,  Leic.,  a  ram's  head,  ar.  57.  8 

ASHBY,  Leic.,  an  eagle,  close,  ar.,  ducally 
crowned,  or.  comp.  98.  13 

ASHBY,  Middx.,  an  eagle,  wings  expanded, 
ar.,  ducally  crowned,  or.  comp.  98.  10 

ASHCOMB,  or  AISHCOMB,  Berks.,  on  a  cha- 
peau, a  demi-eagle,  displayed,  sa.,  ducally 
crowned,  or.  comp.  103.  I 

ASHDOUN,  or  ASHDOWN,  a  lion's  head,  gu., 
collared,  or,  bezantee,  sa.  see  plate  47 

ASHDOWN,  Kent,  a  bull's  head,  couped. 
Numen  et  omnia.  14.  7 

ASHE,  Twickenham,  Bart.,  a  cockatrice,  or, 
combed  and  wattled,  gu.  92.  13 

ASHE  of  Ashfield,  Iri.,  a  cockatrice,  or,  crested, 
wattled,  and  armed,  gu.  Fight.  92.  13 

ASHE,  or  ESHE,  Devons.,  a  cockatrice,  ar., 
charged  on  breast  with  a  trefoil,  slipped, 

gu- 

ASHE,  Wilts.,  a  cockatrice,  or,  crested  and 
armed,  gu.  Non  nobis  sed  omnibus.  92.  13 

ASHENDEN,  Eng.,  in  lion's  gamb,  erased,  hilt 
of  broken  sword,  ppr.  50.  15 

ASHENDEN,  Eng.,  a  lion,  rampant,  supporting 
an  arrow,  erect,  point  downward.  41.  IO 

ASHENHURST,  Beardhall,  Derb.,  a  cockatrice, 
tail  no  wed,  serpent's  head,  sa.,  comb,  wattles, 
and  head,  gu. ,  in  beak  a  trefoil,  see  plate  92 

ASHER,  Eng.,  a  ship  in  full  sail,  ppr.      21.  14 

ASHERBURNE,  and  ASHBURNER,  Cumb.,  an  ash- 
tree,  ppr.  Quicquid  crescit,  in  cinere  perit. 

25-  5 

ASHERST,  Lane.,  a  fox,  passant,  ppr.      16.   II 
ASHETON,  Great  Lever,  Lane.,  a  boar's  head, 
couped,  ar.,   armed  and   bristled,   gu.     In 
Domino  confido.  23.  9 

ASHETON,  or  ASSHETON,  a  mower,  vested, 
scythe,  ppr.  137.  13 

ASHETON,  or  ASHTON,  ademi-angel,  wings  ex- 
panded, hands  closed  as  in  prayer,  vested, 
ar.  comp.  139.  i 

ASHPIELD,  a  wolf,  passant,  or.  62.    1 1 

ASHFIELD,  a  wolf,  current,  erm.  63.   I 

ASHPIELD,  Norf.,  a  griffin,  passant,  ar.    87.   13 
ASHFORD  of  Ashford,  Devons.,  and  Cornw.,  a 
moor's  head,  in  profile,  sa.,  wreathed,  ar., 
out  of  a  chaplet  of  oak-leaves,  vert. 

comp.  135.   13 

ASHFORDBY,  Wilts.,  an  ass's  head,  erased,  or, 
gorged  with  a  collar,  sa.,  charged  with  three 
mullets,  gold.  see  plate  20 

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  92 

B 


ASH 


18 


AST 


ASHLEY,  Somers.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned 
up,  enn.,  a  bull,  sa.,  ducally  gorged,  or. 

comp.  15.   13 

ASHLEY,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  ppr.,  a  bull,  pas- 
sant, sa.,  murally  gorged,  or.  15.   13 
ASHLEY,  Dors.,  a  plume  of  feathers,  ppr.   51.  3 
ASHLEY,  Dors.,  a  harpy,  ppr.                  32.    II 
ASHLEY,  on  a  chapeau,  turned  up,  a  plume  of 
five   ostrich-feathers,   ar.,    out   of   a  ducal 
coronet,  or.  II 8.   I 
ASHLEY,  Ches.,  a  bear's  head,  muzzled,  ppr. 

20.  9 

ASHLEY- COOPER,  Earl  of  Shaftesbury,  on   a 

chapeau,    turned    up,   a  bull,    passant,    sa., 

gorged  with  a  ducal  coronet,  or.    Love,  serve. 

comp.  15.   13 

ASHLEY  of  Winborn,  Dors.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu., 

turned  up,  erm.,  a  bull,  passant,  sa.,  gorged, 

with  mural  coronet.  15.   13 

ASHLIN,  a  fir-tree,  ppr.  26.  3 

ASHMAN,  Wilts.,  a  hautboy,  in  pale.       1 50.  6 

ASHMOLE,  Staffs.,  on  a  mount,  a  greyhound, 

current,  sa.  17.  8 

ASHMORE,  Iri.,  a  demi-eagle,   displayed,  two 

heads,  or,  each  royally  crowned,  ppr. 

96.   II 

ASHOE,  a  hawk,  ppr.,  belled,  or.  104,  2 

ASHONDON,  Eng.,  a  lion,  rampant,  supporting 

an  arrow,  erect,  point  downward.        41.   10 

ASHTON,  Leic.,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  ar.    3.  9 

ASHTON,  or  ASHETON,  Eng.,  a  boar's  head, 

couped,  ar.     In  Domino  confido.  3.  9 

ASHTON,  a  stag,  statant,  regardant,  ar.,  attired 

and  unguled,   or,   gorged   with  chaplet   of 

laurel,  ppr.  see  plate  81 

ASHTON  of  Middleton,  Bart.,  Lane.,  a  boar's 

head,  couped.     In  Domino  confido.          3.  9 

ASHTON,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  a  griffin's 

head.  88.  2 

ASHTON  of   Spalding,   Lane.,  and  Sheering, 

Ess.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  ar.,  a  griffin's 

head,  gu.,  ducally  gorged  and  beaked,  or. 

88.  3 

ASHTON,  Lane.,  a  mower  with  scythe.    137.   13 
ASHTON,  or  ASHETON,  Crofton,  Lane.,  out  of 
clouds,  ppr.,  a  demi-angel,  wings  expanded, 
vested,  ar.  comp.  139.   I 

ASHTON,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  ppr.         47.   1 3 
ASHTOWN,    Baron,    Iri.  (Trench),  an  arm,  in 
armour,  embowed,  in  hand  a  sword.      Vir- 
tutis  fortuna  comes.  140.   13 

ASHURST,  Oxon.,  a  wolf,  ppr.  63.  3 

ASHURST,  Eng.,  a  wolf,  passant,  ppr.        63.  3 
ASHURST,  a  fox,  ppr.  16.  1 1 

ASHURST  of  Waterstock,  Oxford,  a  fox,  sta- 
tant, ppr.      Vincit  qui  patitur.  1 6.   II 
ASHWOOD,  on  a  chapeau,  the  sun,  all  ppr. 
ASHWORTH,  Heyford,  Oxon.,  on  a  mount,  vert, 
a  fox,  ppr.  1 6.  8 
ASHWORTH,  Eng.,  a  savage's  head,  affronted, 
ppr.                                                         123.   14 
ASHWORTH,  on  a  mount,  vert,  an  ash  tree,  ppr. 

25-  13 

ASHWORTH,  Iri.,   on  a  chapeau,  a  garb,  ppr. 

12.  7 

ASHWORTH,  Hants.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  fox, 

ppr.     C&lum  non  animum.  16.  8 

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.      90.  4 
ASKEAM,  or  ASKEHAM,  a  dolphin,  az.      68.   1 1 


ASKEBY,  ASKELY,  ASKLABY,  ASKLAKBY,  Or 

ASKLAKEBY,  Eng.,  a  sun-dial  on  pedestal, 
ppr.  65.  5 

ASKEN,  or  ASKENE,  Eng.,  an  ass's  head,  sa. 

20.  2 

ASKETINE,  or  ASKENTINE,  of  West  Peckham, 
Kent,  two  lions'  gambs,  erect,  sa.,  support- 
ing a  crescent,  or.  n.  4 
ASKEW,  or  ASCOUGH,  in  hand  a  sword,  en- 
filed  with  a  Saracen's  head.    Fac  et  spera. 

148.   14 
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  20 

ASKEW,  Line.,  an  ass,  ar.  20.  13 

ASKILL,  Eng.,  in  the  sea,  an  anchor,  in  pale, 
ppr.  138.   12 

ASKHAM,  a  dolphin,  az.  68.  1 1 

ASKWITH,  York,  a  mascle,  gu.  107.  6 

ASLACK,   ASLAKE,    and  ASLOKE,   of    Holme, 
Norf.,  a  talbot's  head,  sa.,  guttee,  ar.  61.  3 
ASLAKBY,  or  ASLAKEBY,  a  sun-dial  on  pedes- 
tal, ppr.  65.   5 
ASLIN,  Lond.,  a  demi-horse,  ppr.             72.   10 
ASLIN,    ASLYN,    or   ASSLAN,    an  escutcheon, 
charged  with  a  rose,  gu.          comp.  120.    12 
ASLOUM,  Sco.,  a  spur,  ppr.                        127.  9 
ASLOUM,  Eng.,  a  spear,  ppr.  66.   I 
ASPALL,  a  dragon's  head,  couped,  or.        90.  4 
ASPATH,  two  spears,  in  saltier,    comp.  12 1.   13 
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.  86.  13 
ASPINWALL,  Manchester,  same  crest. 
ASPINALL  of  Standen  Hall,  Lane.,  a   demi- 
griffin,   erased,   sa.,   collared,  winged,    and 
beaked,  or.     ^Egis  fortissima  virtus.  86.   1 3 
ASPREY,   Lond.,    a   deini-griffin,    erased,    sa. 
Redoutdble  et  fougueux.                          86.   13 
ASSCOTI,   or  ASCOTTI,  Eng.,  a  spread  eagle, 
ppr.,  imperially  crowned,  or.      Dum  spiro 
spero.                                               see  plate  95 
ASSENT,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  horse's  head, 
ar.,  bridled,  gu.                              see  plate  72 
ASSHETON,  and  ASSHETTON,  a  boar's  head, 
couped,  gu.  3.  9 
ASTEL,  or  ASTLE,  Staffs.,  a  sea-horse  couch- 
ant,  ducally  gorged.                       see  plate  69 
ASTELL  of  Everton,  Huntingdon  :  (i.)  A  cross 
crosslet,  or,  entwined  with  a  serpent,  vert. 
107.  5.     (2.)  A  lion's  head,  erased,  purp., 
gorged  with  a  coronet,  or.    Sub  cruce  glorior. 

see  plate  47 

ASTELL,  Eng.,  a  cross  crosslet,  or,  entwined 

with  a  serpent,  vert.  107.  5 

ASTELL,  Hunts.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  purp., 

gorged  with  a  coronet,  or.    Sub  cruce  glorior. 

see  plate  47 

ASTERBY,  Line.,  an  oak-tree,  ppr.  25.   12 

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.  108.  5 

ASTLEY  of  Dunkinfield  Lodge,  Chester ;  out 
of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  plume  of  ostrich- 
feathers,  gu.  1 08.  5 
ASTLEY,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  harpy,  ar. 

comp.  32.   II 


AST 

ASTLEY,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  harpy, 
ar.,  ducally  gorged.  comp.  32.  1 1 

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.  108.  5 

ASTLEY,  Patishull,  Salop,  out  of  a  ducal  coro- 
net, ar.,  a  double  plume  of  feathers,  gu.  and 
or.  109.  6 

ASTLEY,  Bart.,  Wilts.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 
or,  a  plume  of  ostrich -feathers,  gu.  Fide, 
sed  cui  vide.  118.  2 

ASTON  of  Aston,  Chester,  an  ass's  head,  ppr. 
PrH  d'accomplir.  2O.  2 

ASTON  of  Fairnham,  Bart.,  Hants.,  an  ass's 
head.  20.  2 

ASTON,  Eng.,  a  bull's  head,  couped,  or,  armed, 
sa.  14-  7 

ASTON,  Baron  Aston,  of  Forfar,  a  bull's  head, 
couped,  sa.  Numine  et  patria  asto.  14.  7 

ASTON,  a  fox's  head,  ppr.  16.  3 

ASTON,  Staffs.,  Chesh.,  and  Lane.,  an  ass's 
head.  Pret  d'accomplir.  20.  2 

ASTON,  Lord  Aston,  and  Staffs.,  a  bull's  head, 
or,  the  horns,  ar.,  tipped,  sa.  t  14.  7 

ASTON,  Eng.,  a  bull's  head,  or,  horned.   14.   7 

ASTON,  a  chapeau,  turned  up,  on  each  side  of 
cap,  within  the  ermines,  a  horn,  ppr. 

ASTON,  Eng.,  an  etoile,  ppr.     E  tenebris  lux. 

128.  5 

ASTONNE,  Eng.,  an  ass's  head,  gu.  20.  2 

ASTEIE,  Henbury,  and  Astry,  Wood  -  end, 
Beds.,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  gu.,  attired,  or. 

83-   13 

ASTKOVEL,  Eng.,  a  buckle,  or.  132.  7 

ASWELL,  or  ASHWELL,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  a 

garb,  ppr.  12.  7 

ATBAKOUGH,  or  ATBOEOUGH,  Somers.,  a  martin, 

ar.,  collared  and  lined,  or.  34.  6 

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.  77.   10 

ATCHESON,  Sco.,  a  cock  standing  on  a  trumpet, 

ppr.     Vigilantibus.  94.   1 1 

ATCHISON,  a  cock,  ppr.      Vigilantibus.    94.   12 
ATCLIFF,  ATCLIFFE,  ATCLYFF,  or  ATCLYFFE, 

Eng.,  a  cross  crosslet,  ar.  140.    14 

ATETSE,  Eng.,  a  Cornish  chough,  ppr.    1 14.   10 
ATFIELD,    an    arm,    em  bo  wed,    throwing    an 

arrow,  in  f ess.  1 57.  6 

ATFOE,  Eng.,  on   a   chapeau,  a   lion's   head, 

erased,  ppr.  47.  7 

ATHANRAY,  Iri.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  goat's 

head.  55.  8 

ATHELL,  Eng.,  a  dog,  sleeping,  ppr.          59.   i 
ATHELL,  Sco.  and  Suff.,  a  castle,  ar.,  masoned, 

sa.  23.  10 

ATHELSTAN,   or    ATHELSTON,    Eng.,   a    hand 

holding  a  sword,  in  pale,   enfiled  with  a 

man's  head,  couped  and  wreathed.      155.  6 
ATHELSTANE,  Eng.,  a  mound,  gu.,  banded  and 

crossed,  or.  78.  3 

ATHERDEN,  THOMAS  H.,  Ludlow,  on  a  perch, 

a  hawk,  beaked,  all  ppr.     Nee  timere,  nee 

timide.  104.  7 

ATHERLEY,  Eng.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  sa. 

47-  13 


19  ATK 


ATHERLEY,  on  a  chapeau,  a  stork,  ppr. 

116.  12 

ATHERTON,  or  ATTERTON,  Lane.,  a  hawk,  ppr., 
legged  and  beaked,  or.  104.  2 

ATHERTON,  Lane.,  a  swan,  az.,  ducally  gorged 
and  lined,  or.  comp.  76.  10 

ATHERTON  of  Atherton,  Yorks.,  a  demi-swan, 
ar.,  beaked,  gu.,  enfiled  with  a  ducal  coro- 
net, or.  comp.  76.  10 

ATHERTON,  a  swan,  wings  expanded,  gorged 
with  collar  and  lined,  issuing  from  ducal 
coronet.  75-  5 

ATHIL,  ATHILL,  and  ATHYLL,  Eng.  and  Sco., 
an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  brandishing  a 
scimitar,  all  ppr.  12 1.  6 

ATHILL,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
hand  grasping  sword,  all  ppr.  140.  13 

ATHLONE,  Earl  of,  Iri.  (De  Ginkell),  a  pair  of 
wings,  erect,  ar.,  charged  with  two  bars 
dancettee.  Malo  mori  quam  Jozdari. 

comp.  109.   12 

ATHOL,  Sco.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  brandishing 
a  scimitar,  ppr.  121.  6 

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.  131.  7 

ATHORPE,  a  hawk,  ppr.  104.  2 

ATHOWE  of  Bryseley,  Norf.,  a  bird,  ar.  74.   II 

ATHURTON,  Eng.,  a  swan,  ar.,  ducally  gorged 
and  lined,  or.  comp.  76.  10 

ATHWAT,  a  horse's  head,  erm.,  out  of  a  plume 
of  five  ostrich-feathers,  gu.  113.  4 

ATHYLL,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
in  hand  a  sword,  all  ppr.  140.  13 

ATKIN,  and  ATKINS,  Eng.,  a  boat,  ppr.  50.  12 

ATKIN,  Iri.,  an  ox  yoke,  stapled,  or.    147.   12 

ATKINS,  Yelverton,  Norf.,  a  demi- tiger,  erm., 
collared  and  lined,  or.  see  plate  1 1 

ATKINS,  Lond.,  an  etoile.  128.   5 

ATKINS,  Somers.,  two  greyhounds'  heads,  ad- 
dorsed,  collar  dovetailed.  17.  12 

ATKINS,  or  ATKYNS,  Totteridge,  Herts.,  and 
Glouc.,  two  greyhounds'  heads,  erased,  ad- 
dorsed,  collared  and  ringed.  Vincunt  cum 
legibus  arma.  17.  12 

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  44 

ATKINS  of  Waterpark,  Cork,  a  pelican,  vul- 
ning,  ppr.  He  just,  and  fear  not.  97.  7 

ATKINS,  Cork,  a  demi-heraldic  tiger,  ppr.,  er- 
mine'e,  ducally  gorged  and  chained,  or. 
Honor  et  virtus.  comp.  64.  4 

ATKINSON,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  ppr.     47.  13 

ATKINSON,  Eng.,  a  swan,  wings  addorsed, 
swallowing  a  fish,  ppr.  75.  12 

ATKINSON,  Newcastle,  a  pheon,  az.        77.  13 

ATKINSON,  or  ATCHINSON,  Newark  and  Yorks., 
a  pheon,  or.  77.  13 

ATKINSON  of  Tarbottle,  Northumb.,  a  pheon, 
or.  77.  13 

ATKINSON,  Sheffield,  a  pheon,  or.  Aut  homo 
aut  nullus.  77.  13 

ATKINSON  of  Rehins,  Mayo,  an  eagle  with 
two  heads,  displayed,  ar.  Est  pii  Deum  et 
patriam  diligere,  96.  13 

ATKINSON  of  Cangort,  Iri.,  an  eagle,  with  two 
heads,  displayed,  az.  Deo  el  reyifiddis. 

96.   13 


ATK 


AUG- 


ATKINSON    of    Angerton,   Northumb.,   on    a 

mount,   a   pheon,   az.,  between   two   roses, 

stalked  and  leaved,  ppr.     Crede  Deo. 

comp.  77.   13 
ATKINSON   of  Rampsbeck  Lodge,    Cumb.,   a 

falcon,  wings  expanded.  loo.  13 

ATKINSON,  Lond.,   Northumb.,  and  Somers., 

an  eagle,  wings  expanded,  ar.  100.   14 

ATKINSON,  Camb.,  a  sea-lion,  sejant,  ar.,  in 

dexter  an  escallop,  or.  see  plate  69 

ATKINSON,  Notts.,  a  demi-eagle,  displayed,  or., 

collared,  sa.  comp.  101.  13 

ATKYN,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  ppr., 

in   gauntlet   a   cross   forme'e,   fitched,    az., 

flory,  or.  comp.  140.  5 

ATKYNS  of  Saperton,  Glouc.,  two  greyhounds' 

heads,  addorsed,  ar.  and  sa.,  collared  and 

ringed.      Vincet  cum  legibus  arma.       17.  12 
ATKYNS,   Herts.,    a  stork,    ar.,   beaked  and 

legged,  gu.,  preying  on  a  dragon,  vert. 
ATLEE,   two  lions'  heads,  addorsed,  collared, 

ppr.  47.  5. 

ATLEE,  and  ATLEY,  Suss. ,  two  lions'  heads, 

addorsed,  ppr.  47.  5 

ATLEY,  on  an  escutcheon,  ar.,  a  pheon,  az., 

comp.  1 20.   12 
ATMOEE,  and  ATTEMORE,  Eng.,  a  mermaid, 

ppr.,  comb  and  mirror,  gold.  32.   5. 

ATSLEY,    a  leopard's  head,   erased,    or,   and 

ducally  gorged.  10.   5 

ATSOE,  or  ATFOE,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  a  lion's 

head,  erased,  gu.  47.   7 

ATTELOUND,  or  ATTELOUNDE,  abound,  couchant, 

gardant,  ar.  60.  8. 

ATTEETON,  Lane.,  a  hawk,  ppr.,  beaked  and 

legged,  or.  104.  2 

ATTEETON,  Lane.,  a  swan,  ar.,  ducally  gorged 

and  lined,  or.  comp.  76.   10 

ATTFIELD,  an   arm,   embowed,   throwing  an 

arrow,  in  fess.  157.  6 

ATTHILL  of  Brandiston,  Norf.  :  (i.)  Demi- 
griffin,  segreant.  Honorantes  me  Jionorabo. 

86.    13.     (2.)  A  falcon,  or,  ducally  gorged, 

az.,  belled  and  leashed,  gold.    Monte  de  alto. 

I05-  I3 

ATTON,  or  ATTONE,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 
two  lions'  paws,  in  saltier,  sa.  39.  3 

ATTWOOD,  a  demi-lady,  in  dexter  a  pair  of 
scales,  ppr.  129.  10 

ATTY,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  fox,  passant, 
ppr.  see  plate  16 

ATTY  of  Penley  Hall,  Warwick,  on  a  ducal 
coronet,  an  ermine,  passant.  Eamus  quo 
ducit  fortuna.  comp.  33,  i  and  6 

ATTYE  of  Ingon  Grange,  Warw.,  same  crest 
and  motto. 

ATWATER,  Eng.,  between  attires  of  stag,  fixed 
to  scalp,  or,  a  rose,  gu.  131.  2. 

ATWELL,  Devons.,  a  lion,  rampant,  erminois, 
in  paws  an  annulet.  see  plate  41 

ATWOOD,  an  antelope's  head,  ppr.  82.  6. 

ATWOOD,  IrL,  an  arm,  in  fess,  in  hand  a  cross 
crosslet,  fitched,  erect.  103.  8 

ATWOOD  of  Broomfield,  Ess.,  trunk  of  tree,  in 
fess,  or,  between  two  branches,  vert,  a  fleur- 
de-lis,  ar.  29.  6 

AT  YE,  or  ATTYE,  Eng.,  an  ermine,  passant, 

PPr-  33-  5 

ATYE  of  Newington,  Middx.,  same  crest. 
AUBEMAELE,  Eng.,  an  ear  of  wheat,  bladed, 

and  palm-branch,  in  saltier,  ppr.  13-9 

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. 

60.   12 
AUBIN,  and  ST.  AUBIN,  on  a  rock,  a  Cornish 

chough,  ppr.  114.  3 

AUBIN,  Cornw.,  on  a  rock,  an  eagle,  rising,  ar. 

103.  9 
AUBLEY,  or  AUBLY,  in  dexter  hand,   a  cross 

pattee,  fitched.  152.   15 

AUBEEY,  Glainorgans.,  Bart.,  an  eagle's  head, 

erased,  or.     Solemfero.  102.   10 

AUBEEY,  Brecknocks.,  same  crest. 
AUBEEY  of  Derton,  Bart.,  Bucks.,  an  eagle's 

head.  102.  9 

AUBYN,  ST.,  Soniers.,  a  squirrel,  sejant,  erm., 

collared.  58.   7. 

AUBYN,  Eng.,  an  eagle,  wings  displayed,  ppr. 

100.  14 
AUCHEE,  or  ACHEE,  of  Bourne,  Kent,  Bart.,  a 

bull's  head,  erased,  gu.,  attired,  or.        15.  6 
AUCHER,    Eng.,    a   bull's   head,    erased,    gu., 

horned,  ar.  15.  6 

AUCHEE,  and  AUCHEEE,  Eng.,  a  bull's  head, 

ppr.  14.  7 

AUCHINLECK  of  that  Ilk,  Sco.,  an  ear  of  rye, 

ppr.     Pretiosum  quod  utile.  13.   15 

AUCHINLECK  of  Balmano,    Sco.,   two  wings, 

issuing,  ppr.     Rerum  sapientia  custos.   74.  6 
AUCHMUTY,   an   arm,    in    armour,    embowed, 

ppr.,  in  hand  part  of  a  spear.     Dum  spiro 

spero.  comp.  141.  6 

AUCHTEELONIE,  Sco.,  an  eagle,  displayed,  ppr. 

Deus  mihi  acljutor.  95.   13 

AUCHTEELONY  of  Guynd,  same  crest. 
AUCHTEELONY,  Sco.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  sa., 

collared,  or.  49.   12 

AUCKLAND,  Baron  (Eden),  an  arm,  in  armour, 

embowed,  ppr.,  in  hand  a  garb,  or.     Si  sit 

prudentia.  see  plate  12 

AUDBOEOUGH,  Eng.,  an  escallop,  or,  between 

wings,  az.  5.  4 

AUDELEY,  Eng.,    a   mullet  of  six  points,   or, 

between  wings,  az.  141.   I 

AUDIN,  a  lion,  passant,  or,  in  dexter  a  banner, 

gu.,  thereon  a  cross,  ar.  37.   12 

AUDIN,    a  lion,    rampant,    ar.,   in  dexter  an 

ancient  battle-axe.  43.   14 

AUDLEY  of  Waldon,  Ess.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu., 

turned  up,  erm.,  a  wyvern,  wings  addorsed. 

comp.  92.  5 
AUDLEY,  Eng.,  a  Saracen's  head,  couped,  ppr., 

wreathed,  ar.  and  purp.  '131-   15 

AUDLEY,  or  AUDLY,  Eng.,  a  martlet,  sa.    119.  4 
AUDLEY, Baron  (Thicknesse-Touchet) :  (i.)  For 

Tliicknesse,  a  cubit  arm,  erect,  vested,   in 

hand   a   scythe,    ppr.       147.    3.       (2.)   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.  130.  2 

AUDEY,  Wilts.,  a  stag,  trippant,  ppr.        79.  4 
AUDYN,  Dorchester,  a  lion,  passant,   tail  ex- 
tended, or,  bearing  a  banner,  ar.,  charged 
with  a  cross,  gu.  37.   12 

AUFFEICK,  two  arms,  in  armour,  embowed,  in 
hands  a  gem  ring,  all  ppr.          comp.  142.   i 
AUFOEUS,  Eng.,  a  mullet,  or.  107.  4 

AUGE,  Eng.,  a  savage's  head,  couped,  wreathed, 
ar.  and  sa.  131.  15 


AUO- 

AUGEB  of  Bourne,  Kent,  a  bull's  head,  erased, 

gu.,  attired,  or.  15.  6 

AUGHTEELONY,  Eng.,  an  eagle,  displayed,  ppr. 

Deus  mihi  adjutor.  95.   13 

AULD,  Sco.,  the  sun  rising  out  of  a  cloud,  ppr. 

Major  virtus  quam  splendor.  7.   I 

AULD,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  ppr.  47.   13 

AULD,  or  AULDE,  Sco.,  a  cherub's  head,  ppr., 

wings  in  saltier.      Virtute  et  constantia. 

130.  10 
AULD,  Sco.,  the  rising  sun,  ppr.     Major  virtus 

quam  splendor.  7.  7 

AULDJO,  stump  of  tree,  leaves  sprouting,  all 

ppr.  26.  13 

AUMARLE,  AUMEKLE,  and  AMERLE,  Eng.,  an 

arrow,  in  pale,  ppr.  65.   12 

AUNCELL,  Eng.,  a  lion,  passant,  ppr.         36.  I 
AUXCELL,  Eng.,  a  stag's  head,  affrontee,  ppr., 

ducally  gorged,  or.  84.   12 

AUNDELIGH,  Eng.,  a  sceptre,  in  pale,  or. 

147.   II 

AUNGATE,  on  a  torteau,  an  etoile,  or. 
AUNGER,  Eng.,  an  escarbuncle,  or.  123.  4 

AUNGER,  Lond.,  a  demi- griffin,  or.          86.   13 
AUNSHAM,  Eng.,  an  escallop,  or,  between  two 

palm-bran  ches,  vert.  5.  9 

AURD,  a  buck's  head,  erased,  ppr.  83.   13 

AURIOL,  Lond.  and  Brussels,  an'eagle,  rising, 

right  wing  erect,  left  close.         see  plate  100 
AUSTE,  Eng.,  a  garb,  ppr.  12.  13 

AUSTEN,    Tynterden,    Kent,    a  three-quarter 

spread  eagle,  three  annulets  on  breast. 

comp.  96.  9 

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.  80.   12 

AUSTIN,  Eng.,  a  lion's  paw,  erased,  ppr. 

52.  10 

AUSTIN,  Sco.,  an  arm,  couped  at  shoulder,  em- 
bowed,  ppr.,  vested,  in  hand  a  cross  crosslet, 

fitched,  gu.  103.  8 

AUSTIN,  a  paschal  lamb,  ar.  55.   I 

AUSTIN,  a  demi-eagle,  displayed,  erminois,  in 

beak,  pendant,  an  annulet,  sa.      see  plate  96 
AUSTON,  or  AUSTIN,  Sco.,  an  arm,  embowed, 

vested,  in  hand  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  gu. 

103.  8 

AUSTON,  Sco.,  a  mullet,  pierced.  137.  12 

AUSTREY,  Hartington,  Beds.,  a  demi-ostrich, 

ar.,  wings,  gu.  see  plate  108 

AUSTREY  of  Sommerton,  Hunts.,   an    ostrich 

head,    erased,    ar.,    between   ostrich-wings, 

gu.,  in  beak  a  horse-shoe. 

comp.  1 08,  6  and  8 

AUSTYN,  a  buck's  head,  cabossed.  74.  2 

AUSTIN,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 

stag's  head  at  gaze,  ppr.  83.    lo 

AUVERQUERQUE,  on  a  chapeau,  az.,  turned  up, 

erm.,  a  lion,  rampant,  gardant,  or. 

comp.  37,  10 
AUVERQUERQUE,  Eng.,  a  griffin's  head,  sa. 

87.  6 
AUVRAY,  France,  a  demi-savage,  with  club  over 

dexter  shoulder,  all  ppr.  125.   10 

AVAGOUR,  and  AVOUGOUR,  Eng.  and  French,  a 

parrot's  head,  between  wings,  ppr.      1 1 8.  8 
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  47 

AVELINE,  France,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  or. 

88.  7 

AVENAYNE,  or  AVENAR,  a  buck's  head,  ca- 
bossed, ppr.  84.  2 

AVENEL,  or  AVENETT,  out  of  a  baron's  coronet 
a  hand,  grasping  a  scimitar,  ppr. 

AVENEL,  or  AVENYLE,  a  buck's  head,  cabossed, 
ppr.  84.  2 

AVENET,  or  AVENETT,  Eng.,  a  torteau,  gu., 
charged  with  a  lion's  head,  erased,  or.  49.  4 

AVENEYLE,  Eng.,  a  buck's  head,  cabossed, 
ppr.  84.  2 

AVERINGES,  a  raven,  sa.  114.   10 

AVERN,  Warw.,  a  horse's  head,  erm.         72.  7 

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.  52.  7 

AVERY,  a  leopard,  couchant.  II.   12 

AVISON,  a  dexter  hand,  vested  and  cuffed, 
holding  an  anchor.  2.  I 

AVISON,  Eng.,  a  hand,  out  of  a  cloud,  holding 
an  anchor.  140.  6 

AVONMORE,  Viscount,  Iri.  (Yelverton),  a  lion, 
passant,  regardant,  gu.  Renascentur.  36.  5 

AWBORN,  a  unicorn,  passant,  or,  gorged  with  a 
ducal  coronet,  and  chained,  sa.  7°-  *2 

AWBREY,  Eng.,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  or. 

IO2.    IO 

AWDREY,  Oxon.,  on  a  lion's  gamb,  ppr.,  a 
cheveron,  or,  charged  with  a  mullet,  sa. 

51-  7 
AWDRY  of  Seend,  Wilts.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 

a  lion's  head,  az.     Nil-  sine  Deo.  44.  6 

AWDRY  of  Notton  House,  Wilts.,  same  crest. 
AWGER,  or  ACER,  Kent  and  Glouc.,  a  bull's 

head,  erased,  gu.,  attired,  ar.  15.  6 

AWING,  on  a  quatrefoil,  a  lion's  head,  ar. 
AWMACK,  a  tower,  ppr.     Cavendo  tutus.  22.  14 
AWNDYE,  Devons.,  on   a  lion's  gamb,  ppr.,  a 

cheveron,  or,  charged  with  a  mullet,  sa. 

51-  7 

AWNSAM,  an  escallop,  or,  between  two  palm- 
branches,  vert.  5-  9 

AYDE,  Norf.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gardant, 
or,  supporting  a  battle-axe,  ar.  43.  14 

AYERS,  a  dove,  wings  expanded,  dexter  resting 
on  a  branch.  see  plate  106 

AYGLE,  a  bugle-horn,  ar.  T.  14 

AYLEMER,  and  AYLENER,  Iri.,  on  a  ducal 
coronet,  a  sea  aylet,  wings  displayed,  sa. 

119.  6 

AYLER,  two  wings,  in  lure.  74.  4 

AYLES,  Eng.,  a  dexter  arm,  embowed,  fist 
clenched,  ppr.  157.  14 

AYLESBURY  :  (i.)  A  staff,  in  pale,  raguly,  or. 
comp.  95.  2.  (2.)  A  dragon's  head,  or,  gorged 
with  three  bars,  gu.  see  plate  90 

AYLESFORD,  Earl  of  (Heneage-Finch),  a  griffin, 
passant,  sa.  Aperto  vivere  voto.  87.  13 

AYLET,  Ess.,  an  arm,  gu.,  in  hand  a  sword. 
Not  in  vain.  1 54.  6 

AYLETT,  Braintree,  Ess.,  a  demi-unicorn,  re- 
gardant, ar.  7O>  9 

AYLEWARD,  AYLWARD,  and  AYLWARDE,  Norf., 
between  the  horns  of  a  crescent,  or,  a  cross 
patte"e,  gu.  77-  2 

AYLFORD,  and  AYLNFORD,  Eng.,  a  fire  between 
two  branches  of  palm,  in  orle.  143.  9 


AYL 


BAG 


AYLIFFE,  Lond.,  and  Brinks  worth,  Wilts., 
out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  an  oak-tree,  ppr., 
fructed,  gold.  25.  2 

AYLMER,  Lord  (Whit  worth -Ay  1m  er),  Iri. :  (i.) 
For  Whitworth,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
garb,  gu.  see  plate  12.  (2.)  For  Aylmer,  out  of 
a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  demi-Cornish  chough, 
rising,  ppr.  Steady — and — Dum  spiro  spero. 

119.  6 

AYLMER,  Lord  AYLEND,  on  a  ducal  coronet, 
or,  a  Cornish  chough,  wings  displayed,  sa. 
Steady.  119.  6 

AYLMER,  Derry  House,  Iri.,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  a  Cornish  chough,  rising,  all  ppr. 
Hallelujah.  119.  6 

AYLMER  of  Walworth,  Durh.,  same  crest  and 
motto. 

AYLOFFE,  a  bear,  sejant,  regardant,  at  stump 
of  tree.  35-7 

AYLOFFE,  Braxted  Magna,  Ess.,  and  Fram- 
field,  Suss.,  a  demi-lion,  or,  collared,  gu. 

45-  14 

AYLOFFE,  Eng.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  or.  44.  14 
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.  5 

AYL  WIN,  or  ALWIN,  Suss.,  a  lion's  gamb,  erect 
and  erased,  sa.,  enfiled  with  a  mural  coro- 
net, or.  comp.  45.  9 
AYLWORTH,  Eng.,  an  arm,  vested,  sa.,  out  of 
rays,  or,  in  hand,  ppr.,  a  human  skull,  ar. 

157.   10 
AYNCOTES,  a  covered  cup,  or,  between  wings, 

sa. 

AYNCOTTS,  a  squirrel,  sejant,  gu.,  collared,  or. 

58.  7 


AYNESWORTH,  Lane.,  two  battle-axes,  in  saltier, 
ppr.  Courage  sans  peur.  126.  15 

AYNESWORTH,  or  AYNS WORTH,  Eng.,  a  falcon, 
wings  expanded  and  inverted,  ppr.,  belled, 
or.  Courage  sans  peur.  100.  13 

AYNSCOMB,  Mayfield,  Suss.,  an  arm,  erect,  ppr., 
in  hand  a  fleur-de-lis,  sa.  121.  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.  126.  10 

AYNWORTH,  two  battle-axes,  in  saltier,  ppr. 

126.  15 

AYPE,  an  antelope,  passant,  ar.,  collared,  sa. 

comp.  82.  14 

AYRE,  Notts.,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  wyvern, 
vert.  91.  2 

AYSCOUGH,  Durh.,  an  ass's  head,  erased,  ar. 

20.  2 

AYSCOUGH,  D.  D.,  Eng.,  an  ass,  erm.       20.   13 

AYSCOUGH,  Newcastle,  in  hand  a  sword,  enfiled 
with  a  Saracen's  head,  couped,  wreathed, 
dropping  blood,  gu.  Fac  et  spera.  152.  6 

AYSINGCOURT,  or  AYSYNGCOURT,  Eng.,  an 
eagle's  head,  between  wings,  ppr.  102.  10 

AYSKEY,  and  AYSKEW,  a  man's  head,  affronted, 
couped  at  shoulders,  ppr.  123.  14 

AYSON,  Lond.  and  Ess.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet, 
ar.,  a  griffin's  head,  gu.,  ducally  gorged,  or. 

88.  3 

AYSSCOUGH,  Eng.,  an  ass,  passant,  ppr.  20.  14 

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

130.  6 


B 


BAAD,  or  BAD,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand,  ppr.,  a 
trident,  az.  131.   I 

BABB,  or  BABE,  Dors.,  a  dexter  hand,  erect, 
pointing  with  two  fingers  to  the  sun,  ppr. 

124.  12 

BABBWELL,  or  BABWELL,  a  gate,  or. 

ISS-    I2 
BABEHAM,  or  BABEHAW,  Lond.,  a  demi-man, 

ppr.,  head  wreathed,  in  dexter  a  wing,  sa., 

guttle  d'or.  128.   10 

BABER,  Middx.  and  Somers.,  on  a  mount,  vert, 

a  cock,  wings  expanded,  ar.  94.  2 

BABINGTON,  Dethickin,  Oxon.,  and  Derbs.,  a 

demi-bat,  displayed,  gu.  74.  3 

BABINGTON,  Oxon.  and  Derbs.,  a  dragon's  head, 

erased,  between  wings,  gu.  90.  9 

BABINGTON    of    Rotheley    Temple,    Leic.,    a 

dragon's  head,  between  wings,  gu.     Foy  est 

tout.  90.  9 

BABINGTON,  Lodley,  Leic.,  a  fox's  head,  ppr. 

16.  3 
BABINGTON,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a 

demi-eagle,  displayed,  ppr.    In  solitos  docuere 

nisus.  1 02.  2 

BABTHORP,  Yorks.,  a  cockatrice's  head,  erased, 

ar.  92.   i 


BACCHE,  or  BACHE,  Somers.,  a  sa%*age's  head, 
affronted,  between  two  branches  of  laurel,  in 
orle,  ppr.  I36.  8 

BACCHE,  Stanton,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  regard- 
ant, in  paws  a  bezant  43.  15 

BACHELER,  Berks.,  a  dragon's  head,  erased,  or, 
vulned  in  neck,  gu.  89.  5 

BACHELER,  BACHELOR,  and  BACHELOUR,  a  leg, 
erased,  above  knee,  ppr.  120.  7 

BACKHOUSE,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  an  arm,  in 
armour,  brandishing  a  scimitar.  122.  3 

BACKHOUSE,  on  a  snake,  embowed,  tail  nowed, 
an  eagle,  displayed.  Confido  in  Deo. 

comp.  105.  7 

BACKIE,  a  sword  and  cross  crosslet,  fitch  ed,  in 
saltier,  ppr.  52.  I 

BACKIE,  or  BAIKIE,  Orkney,  a  flame  of  fire, 
ppr.  Commodum  non  damnum.  155.  14 

BACK  WELL,  Lond.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  or, 
a  demi-bull,  sa.  see  plate  14 

BACON,  Hants.,  a  tiger,  sejant,  gu.,  pierced 
through  breast  with  broken  spear,  or,  headed, 
ar.  see  plate  9 

BACON,  Twyhouse,  Somers.,  a  greyhound's 
head,  erased,  sa.,  in  mouth  a  stag's  foot,  or. 

20.    I 


BAG 


23 


BAI 


BACON,  Bart.,  Redgrave,  Suff.,  a  boar,  passant, 

erm.     Mediocria  firma.  4.   1 1 

BACON,    Gillingham,    Norf.,    and    Redgrave, 

Suff.,    a   boar,    passant,    erin.,    armed    and 

hoofed,  or.  4.   1 1 

BACON,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  or,  in  mouth  a 

griffin's  head,  erased,  az.  see  plate  3 

BACON,    Hesset,    Norf.,    a   talbot's   head,    sa., 

erased,  gu.,  in  mouth  a  deer's  leg,  or. 

see  plate  6 1 

BACON,  Notts.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  boar,  sta- 

tant,  ar.,  seme"e  of  mullets,  sa.,  in  mouth  a 

ragged  staff,  vert.     Mediocria  firma.      4.   14 

BACON,  Harlston,  Norf.,  a  demi-boar,  or,  armed 

and  bristled,  az.  4.  5 

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.      3.  2 

BADBT,  Lond.,  a  sphinx,  passant,  gardant,  ppr., 

wings  addorsed.  129.   13 

BADCOCK,   Kensington,    Ess.,   a   stag  lodged, 

gardant,  between  two  branches  of  laurel,  in 

orle,  all  ppr.  80.   14 

BADD,  Fareham,  Hants.,  a  lion's  head,  erased, 

gardant,  ar.,  ducally  crowned,  az.  47.  2 

BADDER,  on  stump  of  tree,  in  fess,  couped  and 

eradicated,  a  lion,  sejant.  38.  5 

BADDIFORD,  Dartmouth,  Devorite.,  an  eagle's 

head,  or,  crowned  with  a  coronet  flory,  sa., 

between  two  branches  of  lily,  ar.          102.   I 

BADDIFORD,  an  eagle's  head,  or,  crowned  with 

a  cross  crosslet,  sa.,  between  two  branches  of 

thistle,  ppr.  98.  5 

BADELET,  Ess.  and  Suff.,  a  boar's  head  and 

neck,  couped,  ar.  3.  4 

BADELISMERE,  or  BADELSMERE,  Yorks.,  in  lion's 

gamb,  erased,  sa.,  a  laurel -branch,  vert.   51.8 

BADGER,  Eng.,  a  badger,  ppr.  34.   1 1 

BADGER,  a  buck's  head,  cabossed,  sa.,  between 

attires  a  greyhound,  current,  ar.,  collared, 

gu.  84.  4 

BADHAM,  an  eagle,  displayed,  with  two  heads, 

charged  on  breast  with  a  saltier.  95.  8 

BAETT,  or  BATT,  a  demi-lion,  or,  guttee-de-sang. 

44.  14 

BAGELET,  or  BAGLEY,  Eng.,  on  top  of  spear, 

issuing  a  wyvern,  sans  legs.  91.   I 

BAGENHALL,  Staff.,  a  dragon's  head,  erased,  gu., 

gorged  with  a  bar-gemelle,  or.  89.  4 

BAG  EN  HOLT,  a  horse,  current,  bridled,  ppr. 

72.  9 

BAGGE  of  Stradsett  Hall,  Norf.,  two  wings, 
addorsed,  or,  semee  of  annulets,  gu.  Spes 
est  in  Deo.  74.  6 

BAGGE,  on  point  of  sword,  in  pale,  a  garland 
of  laurel,  ppr.  156.  3 

BAGGE,  or  BAGG,  Plymouth,  Devons.,  a  cinque- 
foil,  az.,  between  wings,  addorsed,  dexter, 
gu.,  sinister,  ar.  comp.  77.  i 

BAGGELEY,  Chesh.,  a  ram's  head,  az.,  attired, 

ar.,  charged  with  three  lozenges,  gold. 
BAGGELEY,  Chesh.,  a  rain's  head,  az.,  attired, 
or-  57-  8 

BAGGS,  a  rose,  charged  with  a  thistle,  ppr. 

148.  9 

BAGHOTT,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  leopard, 

sejant,  gardant,  ppr.  comp.  9.  2  and  7 

BAGLEY,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  in  hand 

a  sword.  140.    13 

BAGNALL,  Kent,  a  dragon's  head,  erased,  gu., 

gorged  with  two  bars,  or.  89.  4 


BAGNALL,  Staffs,  and  Wales,  an  antelope,  se- 
jant, ar.,  billettee.  sa.,  ducally  gorged,  lined, 
armed,  and  tufted,  or.  18.  12 

BAGNE,  and  BAGUE,  on  a  chapeau,  a  -pelican 
vulning,  ppr.  loo.  6 

BAGNEL,  BAGNELL,  BAGNILL,  or  BAGNOLL,  a 
galley,  sails  furled,  ppr.  21.  1 1 

BAGNELL,  a  goat,  rampant,  ducally  gorged,  and 
staked  to  the  ground.  55.  I 

BAGNELL,  an  ancient  galley,  oars  in  action. 

21.  2 

BAGOT,  Baron  Bagot,  of  Blithfield,  Staffs.,  out 
of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  goat's  head,  ar., 
attired,  gold.  Antiquum  obtinens.  55.  8 

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.  14 

BAGSHAW,  Delaridge,  Derb.,  in  hand  a  bugle- 
horn,  sa.,  stringed,  vert. 

comp.  152.   14  and  I.   13 

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.  152.  14 

BAGSHOLE,  and  BAGSHOTE,  an  acorn,  slipped 
and  leaved,  ppr.  54.  9 

BAGWELL,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  a  demi-bull, 
rampant.  see  plate  14 

BAGWELL  of  Marlfield,  IrL,  out  of  a  mural 
coronet,  a  demi-bull,  all  ppr.  In  fide  et  in 
bello  fortes.  see  plate  14 

BAIGHTON,  a  heron's  head,  erased,  in  mouth 
an  eel,  ppr.  "5-5 

BAIKIE,  a  flame  of  fire,  ppr.  Commodum  non 
damnum.  155*  !4 

BAIKIE,  R.,  Edinr.,  and  Tankerness,  Orkney,  a 
flame  of  fire.  Commodum  non  damnum.  155.  14 

BAILEY  of  Aberaman,  S.  Wales,  a  griffin,  se- 
jant, ar.,  seme'e  of  annulets,  gu.     Libertas. 
comp.  88.  13 

BAILEY,  a  cat,  salient,  gardant.  62.  6 

BAILEY,  a  demi-lady,  in  dexter  a  tower,  in 
sinister  a  laurel-branch,  vert.  1 39.  1 3 

BAILLIE  of  Walston,  a  dove,  volant,  in  mouth 
an  olive-branch.  Patior  et  spero.  106.  10 

BAILLIE  of  Jerviswood,  a  crescent,  or.  Major 
virtus  quam  splendor.  140.  2 

BAILLIE,  Inshaughy,  Iri.,  a  star  of  eight  points, 
or,  out  of  a  cloud,  ppr.  JXil  clarius  astris. 

7-  4 
BAILLIE  of  Balmudyside,  the   morning   star, 

ppr.      Vertitur  in  lucem.  65.    15 

BAILLIE  of  Hoperig,  East  Lothian,  a  boar's 

head,  couped.     Quid  clarius  astris  ?          3.  9 
BAILLIE,  Bart.,  Polkemet,  Linlithgow,  an  etoile 

of  eight  points,  or,  out  of  a  cloud,  ppr.     In 

caligine  lucit.  7.  4 

BAILLIE  of  Douchf our,  Inverness,  a  boar's  head, 

couped.     Quid  clarius  astris  ?  3.  9 

BAILLIE  of  Lamington,   Sco.,  a  boar's  head, 

erased,  ppr.     Quid  clarius  astris  I 

3.   13  and  15.   5 
BAILLIE  of  Rosehall,  Sco.,  a  cat,  sejant,  ppr. 

Spero  meliora.  32<  2 


BAI 


BAK 


BAILLIE  of  Carnbrae,  on  point  of  sword,  in 
pale,  a  laurel  wreath.  Perseverantia.  1 56.  3 

BAILLIE  of  Corstorphine,  a  crow,  ppr.  J3e  not 
wanting.  114.  IO 

BAILLIE,  Sco.,  a  cockatrice,  wings  expanded. 

92.   13 

BAILLIE  of  Hardington,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  pen, 
ppr.  .Fides  sert:ata  di  at.  144.  10 

BAILWOOD,  a  bull's  head,  couped,  sa.         14.  7 

BAILY,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  wy  vern's  head, 
ppr.  90.  1 2 

BAILY  of  Hall  Place,  Kent,  a  goat's  head, 
erased,  az.,  bezantee,  attired,  or.  Vestigia 
nulla  restrorsuin.  comp.  55.  2 

BAIN,  Northumb.,  in  hand  a  scroll.     Virtute. 

125-  3 
"BAIN,  or  BAINE,  Eng.,  a  lion,  rampant,  gu., 

between  wings,  or.  40.    10 

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.     56.   10 
BAINBEIDGE,  Eng.,  an  arm,  from  shoulder,  out 

of  the  sea,  in  hand  an  anchor,  corded,  all 

ppr.  I5LI3 

BAINBEIGG,  or  BAMBEIDGE,  Leic.,  on  a  mount, 

vert,  a  goat,  sa.,  collared,  ar.  56.   10 

BAINBEIGGE,  Hill  House,  Derby,  on  a  mount, 

vert,  a  goat,  sa.,  collared,  ar.  56.   10 

BAINES,  Peteonly,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand  a  dag- 
ger, ppr.      Vel  arte  vel  marte.  127.  7 
BAINES,  a  bone  and  palm  branch,  in  saltier, 

ppr.  .  66.  6 

BAINES,  a  wild  duck  among  flags,  ppr.    109.  13 
BAINES,  Bell  Hall,  York,  a  cubit  arm,  erect, 

in  hand  a  leg-bone,  in  bend  sinister,  ar. 

comp.  127.  7 
BALED,  Auchmedden,   Sco.,  a  griffin's  head, 

erased,  ppr.     Dominus  fecit.  88.  7 

BALED,  Bart.,   of   Yardleybury,   Herts.,    and 

Newbyth,  East  Lothian :    (i.)A  mameluke 

on  horseback,  in  dexter  a  scimitar,  all  ppr. 

133.   II.    (2.)  A  boar's  head,  erased,  or.     Vi 

et  virtute.  3.  8 

BAIED  of  Cambusdoon,  Ayr,  an  eagle's  head, 

erased.     Dominus  fecit.  102.   10 

BAIED,  a  cockatrice,  wings  addorsed,  gu.  92.   13 
BAIRD,   Sco.,  a   dove,    wings   expanded,    ppr. 

Virtute  et  honore.  99.   1 1 

BAIED  of  Saughton  Hall,  Sco.,  a  boar's  head, 

erased,  or.      Vi  et  virtute.  3.  8 

BAIED,    Sco.,    a    boar's    head,    erased,    ppr., 

charged  with  a  crescent. 
BAIED  of  Frankfield,  Sco.,  an  eagle's  head, 

ppr.      Vi  et  virtute.  102.  9 

BAIRD,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  ppr.    Dominus 

fecit.  102.   10 

BAIED  of  Craigton,  Sco.,  a  ship  in  full  sail, 

ppr.     Adsit  Deus  non  demovebor.          21.   14 
BAIENSFATHEE,    or    BAENESFATHEE,    Sco.,    a 

boar's  head,  couped,  or.  3.  9 

BAIESTOW,  out  of  a  crescent,   a  demi-eagle, 

displayed.  95-9 

BAKE,   a  demi-man,  in  armour,  in  dexter  a 

sword,  all  ppr.  127.   10 

BAKEE,  Bart.,  Nicholshayne,  Devdns.,  a  dexter 

arm,  embowed,  vested,  az.,   cuffed,  ar.,   in 

hand,  ppr.,  an  arrow.  comp.  157.  7 

BAKEE,  Sisinghurst,  Kent,  in  hand  a  swan's 

head,  erased,  ar.  151.  8 

BAKEE,  Kent,  an  arm,  embowed,  vested  with 


green  leaves,  in  hand,  ppr.,  a  swan's  head, 
erased,  or.  comp.  151.  8 

BAKEE,  Bart.,  Dunstable,  Surr.,  a  demi-lion, 
rampant,  in  paws  an  escallop,  ar.,  charged 
with  an  ermine  spot.  42.  6 

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.  72.  3.  (2.)  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.  148.  13 

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.  108.  8 

BAKEE,  a  dsmi-phoenix  in  flames.  101.   10 

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.  42.  6 

BAKER,  out  of  a  cloud,  a  dexter  arm,  in  fess 
raising  a  garb,  all  ppr.  12.  5 

BAKER,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  or.  3.  9 

BAKER,  a  rose-tree,  vert,  flowered,  or.       30.  3 

BAKEE,  Kent,  and  Suss.,  a  musk-rose  branch, 
vert,  flowered,  ar.,  seeded,  or.  30.  3 

BAKEE,  Line.,  and  Smallborough,  Norf.,  a 
demi-unicorn,  erased,  ar.,  armed  and  maned, 
or.  see  plate  71 

BAKEE,  in  dexter  hand  a  club.  158.  8 

BAKEE,  Lond.  and  Wore.,  a  cockatrice,  erm., 
combed  and  wattled,  gu.  92.  13 

BAKER,  a  tower,  ar.,  between  two  laurel 
branches,  ppr.  24.  5 

BAKER,  Walton,  Norf.,  a  stag's  head,  cabossed, 
or,  on  a  chapeau,  az.,  turned  up,  erm.  84.  6 

BAKER,  a  naked  dexter  arm,  embowed,  in  hand 
an  arrow,  ppr.  157.  6 

BAKEE,  a  naked  dexter  arm,  in  hand  a  purse. 

144-   15 

BAKEE,  a  dexter  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  in 
hand  an  arrow,  ppr.  157.  7 

BAKER,  Radnorshire,  a  hawk's  head,  ar.,  be- 
tween wings,  gu.,  in  beak  three  ears  of 
wheat.  comp.  107.  12 

BAKER,  a  greyhound's  head,  erased,  ar.,  gorged 
with  a  fess,  engrailed,  sa.,  fimbriated,  or, 
charged  with  three  fleurs-de-lis,  gold. 

see  plate  1 8 

BAKEE,  Lond.  and  Wore.,  in  hand,  out  of 
clouds,  ppr.,  a  cross  potent,  sa.  Nemo  sine 
cruce  beatus.  comp.  144.  5 

BAKEE  of  West  Hay,  Somerset,  a  dexter  arm, 
in  armour,  in  hand,  ppr.,  a  swan's  neck,  or, 
beaked,  gu.  comp.  151.  8 

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.  41.  8.  (2.)  For 
Tower,  a  griffin,  passant,  dexter  on  a  shield, 
sa.,  charged  with  a  tower,  gold.  Love  and 
dread.  comp.  89.  13 

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  92 


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  18 

BAKER  of  Orsett  Hall,  Ess.:  (i.)  For  Baker,  a 
cockatrice,  erm.,  combed  and  wattled,  gu. 
92.  13.  (2.)  A  griffin,  passant,  vert.  89.  13 

BAKER  of  Hardwicke,  Gloucester,  a  naked 
dexter  arm,  ppr.,  in  hand  a  swan's  head, 
erased,  ar.  151.  8 

BAKER,  Dur.,  a  lion,  rampant,  ar.  41.  12 

BAKER,  an  ostrich-head,  erased,  or,  in  mouth 
a  horse-shoe,  ar.  see  plate  108 

BAKER,  Mayfield,  Suss.,  on  a  tower,  sa.,  an 
arm,  in  mail,  embowed,  ppr.,  in  hand  a 
piece  of  plate-iron,  az.  comp.  23.  1 1 

BAKER,  CRESSWELL-,  Northumb.  :  (i.)  A  goat's 
head,  erased,  ar.,  attired,  or.  55.  2.  (2.) 
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  47 

BALAM,  Walstoken,  Norf.,  and  Barton,  Suff., 
out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  demi-cock,  gu., 
wings  displayed.  94.  I 

BALASYSE,  a  lion,  couchant,  gardant,  or.  39.  4 

BALBERNET,  Sco.,  a  stag,  lodged,  ppr.       80.  9 

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.  78.  5 

BALCOMBE,  Kent,  a  bear,  passant,  ppr.,  collared 
and  chained,  or.  Tenebo.  28.  1 1 

BALDBERNEY,  or  BALBIRNEY,  Sco.,  a  steel  cap, 
ppr.  154.  i 

BALDERNEY,  on  a  mount,  a  stag  lodged.  So.  10 

BALDERSTON,  or  BALDERSTONES,  Sco.,  in  hand 
a  lancet,  ppr.  Vulnere  sano.  158.  5 

BALDERSTONE,  Sco.,  out  of  a  cloud,  a  dexter 
arm,  in  fess,  ppr.,  in  hand  a  cross  pattee, 
fitched,  az.  144.  5 

BALDOCK,  Petham,  Kent,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a 
greyhound,  sejant,  dexter  resting  on  an 
escallop,  ar.  1 8.  6 

BALDOCK,  Cauleston,  Norf.,  an  eagle,  close, 
gazing  at  the  sun.  100.  4 

BALDRIE,  or  BALDRY,  a  trefoil,  slipped,  vert. 

'    13-  6 
BALDRY,  out  of  a  gillyflower,  gu.,  a  demi-man, 

habited. 

BALDWID,  a  squirrel,  sejant,  or.  58.   12 

BALDWIN,  a   squirrel,    sejant,    or,   holding   a 

sprig  of  hazel,  vert.  58.   10 

BALDWIN,  Diddlebery,   Warw.,  on  a  mount, 

vert,    a   cockatrice,   ar.,    beaked,    combed, 

and  wattled,  or,  ducally  gorged  and  lined. 

92.  6 

BALDWIN,  Stede  Hill,  Kent,  a  lion,  rampant, 
az.,  in  paws  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  or. 

comp.  41.   12,  and  44.  7 

BALDWIN  of  Clohina,  Iri.,  a  dove,  in  mouth 
an  olive-branch,  ppr.  Est  voluntas  Dei. 

1 06.  7 

BALE,  Carleton-Curlew,  Leic.,  a  demi-lion,  gu., 

supporting  a  broken  spear,  or.         see  plate  44 

BALES,  NORTON,  Northamp.,  a  lion,  sejant,  gu., 

resting  dexter  on  a  cross  patt<5e,  fitched,  or. 

comp.  38.  9 

BALES,  WILBY,  Suff.,  a  tiger's  head,  erased,  sa., 
urmed,  or,  gorged  with  a  fess,  wavy,  az. 

zomp.  10.  6 


25  BAL 


BALES,  WILBY,  Suff.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  lion, 
sejant,  erm.  38.  12 

BALFOUR,  Bart.,  Denmilne,  Fife,  a  crescent, 
or.  God  gives  increase.  140.  2 

BALFOUR  of  Randerston,  a  crescent.       140.  2 

BALFOUR  of  Pilrig,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand  an 
ivy-branch,  ppr.  Adsit  Dens.  133.  4 

BALFOUR  of  Dunbog,  a  mermaid,  ppr.,  in  dex- 
ter a  boar's  head,  erased,  sa.  Omne  solum 
forti  patria.  32.  6 

BALFOUR  of  Balfour  Castle,  Orkney,  a  dexter 
arm,  ppr.,  couped,  in  hand  a  baton,  ar. 
Forward.  I.  4 

BALFOUR  of  Balbirnie,  Fife,  a  palm-tree,  ppr. 
Virtus  ad  cethera  tendit.  25.  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.  104.  6 

BALFOUR  of  Forret,  an  eagle,  rising,  ppr.  Dieu 
aidant.  98.  IO 

BALFOUR,  Sco.,  a  heraldic  tiger,  passant,  sa. 

64.   II 

BALFOUR,  Sco.,  in  hand,  in  armour,  a  trun- 
cheon, ppr.  Forward.  153.  12 

BALFOUR  of  Grange,  on  battlements  of  castle, 
ar.,  a  woman  standing  attired,  gu.,  in  dex- 
ter an  otter's  head.  Nil  temere.  23.  3 

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.  27.  2 

BALGUY  of  Duffield,  Derby,  a  bear,  passant, 
ppr.,  collared  and  chained,  or.  28.  II 

BALIOL,  Sco.,  a  decrescent  and  increscent,  ar. 

93-  3 

BALL,  Northamp.,  out  of  clouds,  ppr.,  a  demi- 
lion,  rampant,  sa.,  powdered  with  etoiles, 
ar.,  holding  a  globe,  or.  see  plate  43 

BALL,  Bart.,  Blofield,  Norf.,  out  of  a  naval 
coronet,  a  cubit  arm  erect,  in  naval  uniform, 
in  hand  a  grenade  bursting,  ppr.       149.    13 
BALL,  a  deini-lion,  rampant,  in  paws  a  ball. 

43-  15 

BALL,  Chesh.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  an  arm, 

in  armour,  embowed,  in  hand  a  fire-ball,  all 

ppr.  comp.  i.  5,  and  155.  3 

BALL,  Lane.,  a  turtle-dove,  ppr.  112.   n 

BALL,  an  arm,  erect,  or,  in  hand  a  fire-ball,  all 

PPr-  155-3 

BALL,  Lond.,  a  caltrap,  az.,  embrued.     147.  6 

BALL  of  Scotto,  Norf.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant, 
gardant,  sa.  42.  10 

BALLANTYNE  of  Holylee,  Sco.,  a  demi-griffin, 
in  dexter  a  sword,  erect,  ppr.  Nee  cito,  nee 
tarde.  86.  7 

BALLANTYNE,  Sco.,  a  demi-griffin,  wings  ex- 
panded. 86.  1 3 

BALLARD,  a  demi-griffin,  wings  addorsed,  erm., 
beaked  and  legged,  or.  86.  13 

BALLARD,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  erm. 

88.  7 

BALLARD,  a  griffin's  head,  between  wings,  erm., 
beaked,  gu.  88.  6 

BALLARD,  or  BALLORD,  Heref.,  a  demi-griffin, 
supporting  a  broken  tilting  spear,  ppr. 

see  plate  86 

BALLENDEN    of    Broughton,   a    hart's    head, 


BAL, 


BAN 


couped,  ppr.,  between  attires  a  cross  cross- 
let,  fitched,  gold.     Sic  itur  ad  astra.     83.  4 

BALLENGER,  a  dragon's  head,  wings  addorsed, 
ppr.  90.  9 

BALLENTINE,  a  demi-griffin,  sa.,  wings  addorsed, 
erm.,  in  dexter  a  sword,  erect,  ar.,  hilt  and 
pommel,  or.  86.  7 

BALLETT,  Hatfield,  Ess.,  out  of  a  mural  coro- 
net, or,  a  demi-eagle,  displayed,  sa.  98.  3 

BALLOW,  Westminster,  two  arms,   embowed, 

vested,  sa.,  cuffed,  turned  up,  ar.,  in  hands, 

ppr.,  conjoined,  an  etoile  of  eight  points,  or. 

comp.  124.  9 

BALL  WARD,  and  BALVAIRD,  in  dexter  hand  a 
hunting  horn.  152.  14 

BALM,  and  BALME,  a  hat,  turned  up,  with  three 
ostrich-feathers,  ar.  51.  II 

BALMANNO  of  Affleck,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand  a 
scimitar,  ppr.  Fortiter.  158.  9 

BALMANNO,  or  BALMANO,  Sco.,  an  eagle,  dis- 
played, gu.,  in  each  claw  a  sword,  ppr.  95.  ii 

BALNAVES  of  Carnbody,  in  dexter  hand  a  ball, 
ppr.  Hinc  oriyo.  153.  10 

BALNAVES,  or  BALNEA VES,  in  dexter  hand  a 
ball,  sa.  FoHitudine  et  velocitate.  153.  10 

BALSCOTT,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  lion,  pas- 
sant, gardant,  ar.  comp.  37.  3  and  10 

BALSILLIE,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand,  ppr.,  a  cross 
cross!  et,  fitched,  gu.  1 1 6.  14 

BALTREY,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  or,  a  goat's 
head,  erased.  comp.  55.  8 

BAMBELL,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  pelican 
vulning,  sa.  comp.  99.  8 

BAMBROUGH,  Rendlesham,  Suff.,  a  skull-cap, 
ar.  154.  i 

BAMBURY,  Eng.,  a  skull-cap,  ar.  154.  i 

BAMFIELD,  or  BAMFYLDE,  a  lion's  head,  erased, 
sa.,  crowned,  or.  44.  5 

BAMFIELD,  or  BAUMFIELD,  a  lion's  head,  erased, 
sa.,  ducally  crowned,  gu.,  charged  on  neck 
with  an  annulet,  or.  comp.  44.  5 

BAMFIELD,  Cornw.  and  Devons,  a  lion,  sta- 
tant,  gardant,  in  dexter  an  anchor.  36.  1 1 

BAMFORD  of  Bamford,  Dcrbs.,  on  a  chapeau,  a 
serpent,  no  wed.  in.  12. 

BAMFORD,  BAUMFORD,  or  BAUNFORD,  Staffs.,  a 
lion's  head,  erased,  ppr.  47.  13 

BAMME,  or  BAUM,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a 
griffin's  head,  in  beak  a  key,  ppr.  88.  I 

BAMPFYLDE,  Bart.,  Poltimore,  Devons.,  a  lion's 
head,  erased,  sa.,  ducally  crowned,  or.  De- 
lectare  in  domino.  comp.  44.  5 

BANARD,  or  BANYARD,  Stakey,  Norf.,  on  a 
lion's  gamb,  erased,  sa.,  a  martlet,  or. 

comp.  plates  50  and  119 

BANBURY,  or  BANDBURY,  Oxon.,  a  falcon,  re- 
gardant, in  dexter  a  garland  of  laurel,  all 
ppr.  51.  12 

BANCE,  Lond.,  and  Callow,  Berks.,  out  of  a 
ducal  coronet,  or,  in  lion's  paw,  a  cross 
crosslet,  fitched,  sa.  52.  2 

BANCROFT,  Lond.,  a  garb,  between  wings  ex- 
panded, or.  12.  8 

BAND  of  Wook^y  House,  Somers.,  an  eagle,  or. 
Dieu  est  mon  aide.  98.  1 3 

BAND,  Ess.,  on  a  chapeau,  an  owl,  ppr.,  wings 
expanded,  or.  107.  7 

BANDENELL,  Netherbury,  a  griffin,  statant, 
ppr.  87.  12 

BANDON,  Earl  of.     See  BERNARD. 

BANESTER,  or  BANASTER,  Lane.,  a  peacock  in 
pride,  body  and  wings,  or,  tail,  ppr.  117.  i 


BANESTER,  a  crab,  erect.  6.  8 

BANESTER,  a  lobster,  or.  6.  1 1 

BANESTER,  Surr, ,  a  peacock,  ppr.          117.   10 

BANESTER,  Leic.  and  Staffs.,  a  peacock  sitting, 
ppr.,  collared,  gu.,  charged  with  three  be- 
zants. 

BANGER,  a  greyhound's  head,  erased.       20.  4 

BANGOR,  Viscount,  Iri.,  a  Saracen's  head, 
affrontee,  couped,  ppr.  Sub  cruce  solus. 

123.   14 

BANISTER,  a  torteau,  gu.  149.   1 1 

BANKE,  or  BANCK,  Lond.  and  Yorks.,  on 
stump  of  tree,  a  stork,  all  ppr.  1 1 6.  1 1 

BANKE,  or  BANCKES,  Glouc.  and  Lane.,  a  grif- 
fin, segreant,  ar.,  holding  a  cross  formee, 
fitched,  gu.  see  plate  86 

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.  130.  2 

BANKS,  Yorks.,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  sa., 
between  two  fleurs-de-lis,  ar.  102.  14 

BANKES  of  Winstanley,  Wigan,  on  stump  of 
tree,  a  stork,  statant,  ppr.,  ducally  gorged, 
gu.  115.  7 

BANKS,  W.  L.,  Hendrewaelod,  Conway,  a 
dragon's  head,  erased,  ar.  JRipa  caret  taci- 
twna  ventis.  89.  5 

BANKS,  Re vesby -Abbey,  Line.,  on  stump  of 
oak-tree,  couped,  sprouting,  a  stork,  ar., 
beaked,  or.  Nullius  in  verba.  116.  ii 

BANKS,  Yorks.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  dragon, 
rampant,  ar.,  supporting  a  cross  pattee,  or. 

see  plate  89 

BANKS,  Yorks.,  an  eagle's  head,  couped,  ar. 

102.  9 

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.  130.  2 

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.  130.  2 

BANKS,  Aylesford,  Kent,  a  dragon's  head, 
erased,  ar.  89.  5 

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.  1 50.  15 

BANNATYNE,  Sco.,  a  demi-griffin.  86.  13 

BANNATYNE  of  Corhouse,  a  demi-griffin,  in 
dexter  a  sword,  erect,  all  ppr.  Nee  cito, 
nee  tarde.  86.  7 

BANNATYNE  of  Kames,  same  crest  and  motto. 

BANNATYNE  of  Newhall,  a  demi-griffin,  in  dex- 
ter a  sword.  Dum  spiro  spero.  86.  7 

BANNATYNE,  Sco.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased. 

88.  7 

BANNER,  Lond.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
in  hand  a  banner,  gu.,  fringe  and  staff,  ar., 
charged  with  a  fleur-de-lis,  or. 

comp.  122.   15. 

BANNER,  Lond.,  a  demi-wolf,  ppr.,  ducally 
gorged  and  chained,  or,  between  paws  a 
mullet  of  six  points,  gold.  19.  9 

BANNERMAN,  Bart.,  Sco.,  a  demi-man,  in  ar- 


BAN 

mour,  dexter  grasping  a  sword,  all  ppr.     Pro 

patria.  127.   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.  125.  9 

BANNING,  Lond.,  an  ostrich,  ar.,  in  mouth  a 

key,  or.  see  plate  1 08 

BANTRY,  Earl  of  (White),  Iri.,  an  ostrich,  ar., 

beaked  and  legged,  or.     The  noblest  motive 

is  the  public  good.  see  plate  108 

BANWORTH,    on  a    ducal   coronet,   a  griffin, 

seiant,  resting  dexter  on  an  escutcheon. 

88.   12 
BAPTISTA,    out    of    a    ducal    coronet,   or,   a 

dragon's  head,  vert,  in  flames  of  fire,  ppr. 

90.  2 
BAPTIST,  BROWNE-,  a  dragon's  head  between 

wings,  s».,  gorged  with  a  bar  gemelle,  or. 

comp.  90.  9 
BARATTT,  an  eagle,  regardant,  wings  expanded, 

in  dexter  a  sword.  98.   14 

BARBAN,  or  BARBON,  a  leopard's  head  and 

neck,  ppr.  10.   12 

BARBE,  ST.,  Lymington,  Hants.,  a  wyvern,  sa. 

91-  5 
BARBER,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand  a  cross  crosslet, 

fitched,  gu.  1 1 6.   14 

BARBER,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand  a  cross  pattee, 

fitched,  gu.  152.   15 

BARBER,  Herts.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 

bull's  head.  .  14.  2 

BARBER,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  bull's  head, 

gu.  14.  2 

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. 

156.  6 
BARBON,  Lond.,  a  leopard's  head,  issuing,  ar., 

spotted,  sa.  10.   12 

BARBOR,  on  a  staff  raguly,  in  fess,  an  eagle, 

displayed,    with    two   heads,    az.,    ducally 

crowned,  or. 

comp.  19.   10,  and  96.   II  and  13 
BARBOUR,  a  passion  cross  on  three  grieces,  gu. 

Nihilo  nisi  cruce.  137.  4 

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.  65.  6 

BARCLAY,  Lond.,  same  crest  and  motto. 
BARCLAY,  Sco.,  a  dove,  in  mouth  an  olive- 
branch,  ppr.     Ccdant  arma.  106.  7 
BARCLAY,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  dagger,  ppr.     Crux 

Christi  nostra  corona.  122.   12 

BARCLAY,  an  arm,  em  bo  wed,  in  hand  three 

ears  of  wheat,  all  ppr.  156.   II 

BARCLAY,  a  demi-griffin,  regardant,  az.,  sup- 
porting a  flag,  erect,  charged  with  a  crescent. 

86.   i 
BARCLAY  of  Johnston,  Sco.,  the  sun  out  of  a 

cloud,  ppr.     iServabit  me  semper  Jehovah. 

7-   I 

BARCLAY,  Sco.,  a  mitre,  ppr.     In  cruce  spero. 

159.   3 

BARCLAY  of  Bury  Hill,  Dorking,  same  crest 
and  motto. 


27  BAB 

BARCLAY,  ALLARDICE,  of  Allardice,  Kincar- 
dine. For  Allardice,  in  hand  a  scimitar,  all 
ppr.  In  the  defence  of  the  distressed.  158.  9 

BARCLAY  of  Wavertree,  a  cross  pattee,  gu., 
surmounted  by  a  Moorish  crown,  or.  Mieux 
etre  que  parottre.  comp.  123.  5 

BARCLAY,  Burford  Lodge,  Surr.,  same  crest. 

BARCLAY  of  Touch,  Sco.,  a  cross  pattee,  gu. 
Crux  salutim  confert.  123.  5 

BARCLAY,  Balmakenan,  Sco.,  a  cross  pattee, 
gu.  Sola  cruce  solus.  123.  5 

BARCROFT,  Wore. ,  a  wolf,  rampant,  gu.  62.  8 

BARD,  Caversfield,  Bucks.,  in  lion's  gamb, 
couped  and  erect,  or,  a  horse's  leg,  erased, 
sa.  50.  5 

BARDOLFE,  or  BARDOLPH,  out  of  a  ducal  coro- 
net, or,  a  dragon's  head,  wings  expanded, 
gu.  90.  12 

BARDOLPH,  Lond.,  out  of  mural  coronet,  gu., 
a  dragon's  head,  between  wings,  each 
charged  with  a  mascle,  ar.  comp.  90.  10 

BARDWELL,  an  arm,  in  armour,  in  hand  a 
broken  spear,  pieces  in  saltier.  150.  12 

BARE,  Iri.,  a  wolf's  head,  sa.  62.  2 

BARENTINE,  or  BARRENTINE,  an  eagle,  display- 
ed, ar.,  between  attires  and  over  scalp  of  a 
stag,  or.  see  plate  95 

BARETT,  a  demi-leopard,  gardant,  ppr. 

see  plate  9 

BAREU,  or  BAREW,  a  holly-branch,  vert.  29.  7 

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  140 

BARFOOT,  Eng.,  a  stag,  statant,  gorged  with  a 
ducal  coronet.  comp.  81.  10 

BARFORD,  or  BERFORD,  Huts.,  a  bear,  passant, 
sa.,  without  chain.  28.  1 1 

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.  10 

BARHAM,  or  BRAHAM,  Suff.  and  Surr.,  a  wolf's 
head,  ar.  62.  2 

BARHAM,  Staines,  Middx.,  a  stork  among  bul- 
rushes, all  ppr.  1 1 6.  8 

BARING,  Bart.,  Devons.,  a  mullet,  between 
wings,  ar.  141.  I 

BARING,  Eng.,  a  dexter  arm,  in  armour,  in 
hand  a  caltrap,  all  ppr.  1 2 1.  3 

BARING,  Baron,  Ashburton.     See  ASHBURTON. 

BARKAS,  or  BARCAS,  an  arm,  in  hand  a  roll  of 
bark,  ppr.  Fari  quce  sentiat.  125.  3 

BARKE,  an  arm,  from  shoulder,  in  hand  a  spade, 
ppr.  151.  9 

BARKELEY,  Somers.,  a  unicorn,  statant,  gu., 
armed,  or.  comp.  70  13 

BARKELEY,  a  mitre,  gu.,  charged  with  a  cheve- 
ron,  between  ten  crosses  formee,  ar. 

comp.  159.  3 

BARKELEY,  Okenbury,  Cornw.,  on  a  mo\mt, 
vert,  a  stag,  lodged,  ppr.  80.  7 

BARKEMAN,  Lond.,  two  arms,  in  armour,  em- 
bowed,  or,  between  hands  a  bundle  of 
arrows,  ar.,  banded,  gu.  148.  15 

BARKER,  Bart.,  Booking  Hall,  Ess.,  a  bear, 
sejant,  or,  collared,  sa.  28.  8 

BARKER,  Ipswich,  Suff.,  same  crest. 

BARKER  of  Kilcooly,  Iri.  :  .(i.)  For  Barker,  a 
bear,  sejant,  or,  collared,  sa.  comp.  28.  8. 
(2.)  For  Ponsonby,  in  a  ducal  coronet,  az.. 


BAB 


28 


BAB 


three  arrows,  one  in  pale  and  two  in  saltier, 
points  downward,  enveloped  with  a  snake, 
ppr.  in.  10 

BARKER,  RAYMOND-,  of  Fairf ord  Park,  Glouc.  : 
( I.)  For  Barker,  on  a  rock,  ar.,  a  hawk,  close, 
or,  105,  II.  (2.)  Out  of  a  mural  coronet,  a 
deini-eagle,  displayed.  Virtus  tutissima  cas- 
sis. 101.  4 

BARKER,  Newbury,  a  bear's  head,  erased, 
muzzled,  between  wings,  dexter,  az.,  sinis- 
ter, gold.  20.  12 

BARKER,  a  bear's  head,  sa.,  muzzled,  or. 

20.  9 

BARKER,  Wollerton,  Salop,  on  a  rock,  ar.,  a 
hawk,  close,  or.  105.  1 1 

BARKER,  Hurst.,  Berks.,  and  Warw.,  a  naked 
boy,  ppr.,  holding  an  arrow.  135.  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.  125.  6 

BARKER,  Chelsum,  Bucks.,  a  turtle-dove,  ppr., 
in  mouth  a  rose,  gu.  see  plate  106 

BARKER,  Ipswich,  a  greyhound,  sejant,  ar., 
collared  and  ringed,  or.  18.  13 

BARKER,  Bockenhall,  Ess.,  an  ostrich-head, 
erased,  or,  in  mouth  a  horse-shoe,  ar. 

comp.  1 08.  7 

BARKER,  Middx.,  Kent,  and  Surr.,  out  of  a 
ducal  coronet,  or,  an  eagle,  displayed,  sa., 
beaked  and  legged,  gu.  101.  2 

BARKER,  Norf.,  a  bear's  head,  erased,  gu., 
muzzled,  or.  28.  2 

BARKER,  Holbeach,  Norf.,  out  of  a  ducal  coro- 
net, or,  a  griffin's  head,  ppr.  86.  3 

BARKES  WORTH,  or  BARKS  WORTH,  Yorks.,  out 
of  a  ducal  coronet,  two  arms,  vested,  em- 
bowed,  in  each  hand  an  ostrich-feather. 

147-  5 

BARKHAM,  an  arm,  in  a  maunch,  embowed,  in 
fess.  145.  12 

BARKHAM,  Lond.,  two  arms,  in  armour,  em- 
bowed,  ppr.,  in  hands  a  sheaf  of  arrows. 

148.  15 

BARKSTEADE,  Lond.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 
or,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  ppr., 
grasping  a  sword,  ar.,  hilt  and  pommel, 
gold.  comp.  i.  5 

BARLANDE.  a  !;.cr?,  rampant,  gu.,  supporting  a 
garD,  ppr.  41.  13 

BARLAY,  or  BARLEY,  a  boar's  head,  or,  tusked, 
az.,  charged  on  breast  with  a  mullet.  14.  3 

BARLEY,  Lond.,  a  dexter  arm,  vested,  charged 
with  a  fess  vair,  cottised,  cuff,  ar.,  in  hand 
a  staff.  i.  4 

BARLEY,  a  demi-stag,  charged  with  three  bars 
wavy.  comp.  79.  13 

BARLEY,  Derbs.,  a  boar's  head,  erased,  or,  in 
mouth  a  quatrefoil,  az.  comp.  3.  8 

BARLING,  Kent,  a  lion  rampant,  gu.,  support- 
ing a  garb,  ppr.  Perspicax  audax.  41.  13 

BARLOSS,  a  cock,  or,  combed,  legged,  and  wat- 
tled, gu.  94.  12 

BARLOW,  Sheffield,  on  Mercury's  cap,  or,  wings, 
ar.,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  ppr.,  collared, 
erm.  103.  2 

BARLOW,  a  spread  eagle's  head,  couped  at 
neck,  ppr.  see  plate  96 

BARLOW,  Slebege,  Pembroke,  a  demi-lion,  ar., 
in  dexter  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  sa.  45.  4 

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.  102.  10 

BARLOW,  Somers.,  two  eagle's  heads,  erased, 

ar.  100.   i 

BARNABY,  a  demi-moor,  ppr.,  in  dexter  a  rose, 

gu.  comp.  126.   12 

BARNABY,  a  boar's  head,  erased.  3.  8 

BARNABY,  Wore.,  a  lion,  sejant,  sa.  39-13 
BARNABY,  a  lion,  couchaut,  gardant,  sa.  39.  4 
BARNABY,  a  demi-greyhound,  gu.,  between 

paws  a  branch  of  laurel,  ppr.       see  plate  1 7 
BARNABY,  Colchester,  Ess.,  a  demi-greyhound, 

gu.,    collared   and    ringed,   ar.,    holding   a 

branch  of  laurel,  vert. 

BARNABY,  Wore.,  an  escallop,  sa.  5.   i 

BARNABY,  Salop,  a  leopard,  couchant,  sa. 

II.    12 

BARNACK,  or  BARNARE,  a  bear's  head,  sa., 
muzzled,  or,  between  wings,  gold.  20.  12 

BARNARD,  Norf.  and*  Yorks.,  a  demi-lion, 
rampant,  ar.,  charged  on  shoulder  with  a 
mullet  within  an  annulet,  in  paws  a  snake, 
entwined,  az.  46.  7 

BARNARD  of  Cave  Castle,  Yorks.:  (i.)  For 
Bartiard,  a  bear,  rum  pant,  sa.,  muzzled,  or. 
28.  8.  (2.)  For  Boldero,  a  greyhound,  cur- 
rent. .  17.  8 

BARNARD  of  Bartlow,  Carnb.,  a  demi-bear, 
rampant,  sa.,  muzzled,  or.  28.  4 

BARNARD,  Yorks.,  same  crest. 

BARNARD,  Lond.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
demi-bear,  rampant,  sa.,  muzzled,  or.  28.  I 

BARNARD,  Line.,  a  dragon's  head,  erased,  ar., 
collared  and  lined,  or,  gorged  with  three 
bars,  gu.  cemp.  89.  4 

BARNARD,  Lond.,  an  escallop,  ar.  5.   i 

BARNARDISTON  of  The  Ryes,  Sudbury,  an 
ass's  head,  ar.  20.  2 

BARNARDISTON,  Kiddington,  Suff.,  an  ass's 
head,  ar.  Je  trouve  bien.  20.  2 

BARNARDISTON,  Great  Cotes,  Line.,  among 
rushes,  ppr.,  a  stork,  or.  1 1 6.  8 

BARNEY,  Yorks.,  a  bear's  head,  couped,  sa., 
muzzled,  or.  20.  6 

BARNE  of  Dunwich,  Suff ,  an  eagle,  displayed, 
sa.  Nee  timide,  nee  temere.  96.  10 

BARNE,  Lond.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  on  a 
mount,  vert,  a  stag,  statant,  ppr.  81.  3 

BARNEBY  of  Brockhampton,  Heref.,  a  lion, 
couchant,  gardant,  sa.  Virtute  non  vi. 

39-  4 

BARNEBY,  Heref.,  a  lion,  couchant,  gardant, 
purfled,  or.  39-4 

BARNELL-PEGGE  :  (i.)  For  JSamett,  a  lion's 
garnb,  erect  and  erased,  sa.,  in  paw  a  bunch 
of  violets,  ppr.  comp.  43.  i.  (2.)  For 
Pegye,  the  sun  in  splendour,  rays,  alter- 
nately, sa.,  or,  and  ar.  7.  10 

BARNES,  Berks.,  a  demi-unicorn,  erm.,  horned, 
collared,  or.  70.  7 

BARNES,  a  demi-lion,  or.  44.  14 

BARNES,  a  demi-greyhound,  ppr.,  in  paws  a 
garb.  or.  see  plate  17 

BARNES,  out  of  a  cloud,  ppr.,  issuing  rays,  an 
arm  erect,  vested,  in  hand  a  broken  sword, 
ar.  157-  4 

BARNES,  Lond.,  in  rushes,  ppr..  a  duck,  ar. 

100.   13 


BAB 


BAB 


BARNES,  a  falcon,  wings  expanded,  ar.,  ducally 

gorged,  beaked,  and  legged,  or.  99.   1 2 

BAKNES,  Herts,  and  Lane.,  an  etoile,  pierced, 

or  137.   12 

BARNES,    Kent,   on  a  mount,  vert,  a  falcon, 

wings  expanded,  ar.,  ducally  gorged.  99.   12 
BARNES,    Cambs.,    a    leopard,    passant,    ar., 

spotted,  sa.,  collared  and  lined,  or. 

comp.  9.    10  and  13 
BARNES,  Eng.,  a  demi-savage,  wreathed  about 

head  and  middle,  holding  a  club,  all  ppr. 

i.  10 
BARNESDALE,  out  of  rays,  or,  a  crane's  head, 

ar.,  beaked,  gu.  comp.  116.  6 

BARNESFATHEH,  Sco.,  a  boar's  head,  couped. 

3-  9 

BARNESLEY,  Staffs,  and  Surr.,  an  old  man's 
head,  affrontee,  couped  at  breast,  ppr. 

I3°-   13 

BARNET,  a  holly-branch,  ppr.  29.  7 

BARNETT,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  demi- 

bear,  rampant,  ar.,  muzzled,  sa.  28.   I 

BARNETT    of     Stratton    Park,    Biggleswade, 

Beds.,  a  trefoil.  13.  6 

BARNEVELT,  a  demi-buck,  gu.  79.  13 

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.  101.  3 

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  3 

BARNEWELL,  Iri.,  an  arm,  from  elbow,  vested, 

in  hand  two  branches  of  laurel,  in  orle,  with 

martlet  perched  between.  145.  4 

BARNEWELL,  a  wolf's  head,  erased,  gorged  with 

three  bezants,  in  front  a  double  ring,  or. 

comp.  72.  2 

BARNEY,  or  BEENEY,  Norf.,  a  garb,  or.    12.  13 
BARNEY,  in  hand,  in  armour,  a  pheon,  ppr. 

133-  2 

BARNEY,  Park  Hall,  Norf.,  a  plume  of  seven 
feathers,  az.  and  gu.,  four  at  bottom,  three 
at  top.  comp.  1 1 8.  2 

BARNFIELD,  Salop  and  Devons.,  a  lion's  head, 
erased,  sa.,  ducally  crowned,  gu.  comp.  44.  5 

BARNHAM,  a  crescent,  gu.,  between  two  branches 
of  laurel,  in  orle,  ppr.  comp.  30.  12 

BARNHAM,  Kent,  a  dragon's  head,  pellettee, 
ar.,  between  wings,  bezant^e,  sa.  comp.  90.  9 

BARNS,  a  garb,  or.     Peace  and  plenty.     12.  13 

BARNS,  a  torteau,  sa.  149.   1 1 

BARNSLEY,  a  dragon,  passant,  ar.,  charged  on 
breast  with  a  rose,  gu.  comp.  89.  13 

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.  62.  2 

BARNWELL,  a  wolf,  statant,  regardant,  ppr. 

19.   II 

BAROBY,  a  squirrel,  sejant,  gu.,  cracking  a 
nut,  ppr.,  charged  on  body  with  a  cheveron, 
or.  comp.  57.  II 

BARON,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  ppr.          44.  14 

BARON,  a  demi-unicorn,  erm.,  armed,  sa., 
collared  and  chained,  or.  see  plate  70 

BARON  of  Brad  well,  Ess.,  a  garb,  vert,  eared, 
or.  12.  13 


BARON  of  Preston,  Sco.,  a  demi-eagle,  displayed 
sa.  Ipse  amicus.  102.  12 

BARON,  Cornw.,  a  talbot's  head,  couped,  or. 

61.  3 

BARON,  or  BARRON,  Sco.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a 
pyramid,  ppr.,  environed  with  ivy.  145.  14 

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.  37.  2 

BARR,  a  branch  of  laurel,  fructed,  ppr.     53.  9 

BARR,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  gu.,  collared,  or. 
Fortitudine.  49.  12 

BARR,  an  arm,  couped  at  shoulder,  embowed, 
in  hand  a  bow,  ppr.  146.  12 

BARR,  a  demi-savage,  head  and  loins  wreathed, 
without  club.  125.  10 

BARRAT,  or  BARRATT,  a  galley,  oars,  in  saltier, 
sa.,  flags,  gu.  21.  7 

BARRATT,  and  BARRETT,  a  wyvern,  ppr., 
collared,  gu.,  chained,  or.  see  plate  91 

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.  152.  6 

BARREL,  or  BARRELL,  a  talbot's  head,  couped, 
ar.,  eared,  gu.  6 1.  3 

BARRET,  a  demi-unicorn,  ar.,  collared,  sa.  70.  6 

BARRETT,  Castle  Barrett,  Cork,  a  human  heart, 
or,  between  wings,  az.,  senile  of  etoiles. 

comp.  52.  II 

BARRETT,  Aveley,  Ess.,  a  hydra  with  seven 
heads,  wings  addorsed,  vert.  90.  14 

BARRETT,  on  a  globe,  a  hawk,  wings  expanded, 
ppr.  8.  12 

BARRETT,  Cambs.,  a  griffin,  segreant,  re- 
gardant, or,  beaked,  legged,  and  winged, 
gu.  see  plate  86 

BARRETT,  Suff.,  a  helmet,  ar.,  garnished  and 
plumed  with  feathers,  or.  1 3 1 .  3 

BARRETT,  Attleborough,  Norf.,  a  wyvern,  erm., 
collared  and  chained,  sa.,  charged  on  neck 
with  an  escallop,  of  the  last,  wings  displayed. 

see  plate  91 

BARRETT  of  Milton  House,  Berks.,  a  wyvern, 
wings  erect,  or,  collared  and  chained,  az. 
Honor,  virtus,  probitas.  see  plate  9 1 

BARRETT,  Suff.,  a  demi-greyhound,  ar.,  collared 
and  lined,  sa.  17.  2 

BARRETT,  Heref.,  a  lion,  rampant,  or,  between 
paws  an  escallop,  sa.  comp.  41.  7  and  42.  6 

BARRETT,  Lea  Priory,  Kent,  a  lion,  couchant, 
ar.,  dexter  resting  on  mullet,  sa. 

see  plate  39 

BARRETT,  Shortney,  Notts.,  a  nag's  head, 
erased,  gorged  with  two  bars,  ar.  see  plate  72 

BARRETT,  Warw.,  a  griffin,  segreant,  regard- 
ant, gu.,  wings  elevated,  or.  see  plate  86 

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.  34.  7 

BARRIFFE.     See  BERIFFE. 

BARRIFF,  Northamp.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a 
beaver,  passant,  ppr.,  gorged  with  a  plain 
collar  and  ring,  or.  33.  7 

BARRINGTON,  Barrington  Hall,  Ess.,  a  capu- 
chin friar,  affrontde,  ppr.,  couped  below 
shoulders,  on  head  a  cap,  or.  Tout  uny 
durant  ma  vie.  136.  1 1 

BARRINGTON,  Viscount,  Iri.  (Barrington),  a 
capuchin  friar,  couped  at  breast,  black  hair, 


BAR 


BAS 


on  head  a  cap,  hanging  behind.     Ifonesta 

quam  splendida.  123.  2 

BABEINGTON,  Ess.,  same  crest  and  motto. 
BABBITT,  a  talbot's  head,  collared,  or,  eared, 

sa.  60.  4 

BABBON,  Norf.,  a  garb,  ppr.  12.  13 

BABBON,  an  eagle,  regardant,  wings  expanded, 

in  dexter  a  sword,  all  ppr.  98.   14 

BABBON   of   Belmont   House,  Kilkenny,  and 

Glenanra,  Waterford,  Iri.,  a  boar,  passant, 

az.     Fortuna  audaces  juvat.  4.   1 1 

BABEON  of  Glen  view,  co.  Waterford,  on  a  cha- 

peau,  ppr.,   a  boar,  passant,  az.     Audaces 

fortuna  juvat.  4.    12 

BABEOTT,   a  hydra  with  seven  heads,  wings 

addorsed,  vert,  scaled,  or.  90.   14 

BABBOW,  Northamp.,  a  demi-boar,   rampant, 

or,  charged  with  three  billets,  between  two 

bendlets,  sa.  comp.  2.   5 

BAEBOW,  Suff.,  a  hind's  head,  ar.  85.  3 

BAEEOW,  a  horse's  head,  charged  with  three 

bezants,  or.  comp.  72.  9 

BABBOW,   Bart.,  Lane.,  on  a  mount,  vert,   a 

squirrel,   sejant,  cracking  a  nut,   all  ppr., 

charged  on  shoulder  with  an  anchor. 

see  plate  58 
BABEOW,  Cambs.,  an  ostrich-head,  erased,  ar., 

in  beak  a  key,  or.  see  plate  108 

BAEBOW,  Glouc.,  an  Amazonian  woman,  ppr. 
BABEOW,    Winthorpe,    Norf.,  a   deer's  head, 

couped,  ar.  84.   10 

BAEBOW  of  Southwell,  Line.,  on  a  perch,  ppr., 

a  squirrel,  sejant,  or,  qollared  and  chained, 

cracking  a  nut,  all  ppr.     Non  frustra. 

see  plate  58 
BABBOWE,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  ar.,  in  dexter 

a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  sa.  46.  4 

BAEBOWMAN,  Sco.,  a  demi-huntsman,  shooting, 

ppr.  130.    12. 

BABET,  Earl,  out  of  a  castle,  ar.,  a  wolf's  head, 

sa.    Poussez  en  avant.   comp.  19.  6  and  23.  5 
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.  49.  14 

BABBY,    Winscot,    Devons.,    a  wolf's    head, 

erased,  sa.  19.  6 

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  22 
BABSANE,  or  BAETANE,  a  raven,  rising,  ppr. 

His  securitas.  119.  7 

BAESHAM,  Norf.,  a  garb,  in  fess.  12.  9 

BAESTOW,  Yorks.,  a  horse's  head,  couped,  ar. 

72.  7 
BAESTOW,  C.  M.,  Edinr.,  a  horse's  head,  couped. 

Ducitur  non  trakitur.  72.  7 

BAETAN,  BABTANE,  or  BAETAIN,  Sco.,  a  tent, 

az.,  flag,  gu.  78.  5 

BAETELOTT,  a  peacock,  ar.  117.  10 

BAETELOTT,  SMYTH-  Suss.,  a  swan,  couchant, 

ar.,  wings  expanded.  76.   12 

BAETLET,  or  BAETLETT,  Stopham,  Suss.,  and 

Suff.,  a  swan,  couchant,  ar.,  wings  expanded 

and  addorsed.  76.   12 


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

twodemi-dragons,  without  wings,  vert.   89.  6 
BABTLETT,  Kent,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or, 

two    demi  -  dragons,    without   wings,    vert. 

Prudentia  in  adversis  89.  6 

BAETLEY,  a  lion,  passant,  tail  extended,  ppr. 

40.  2 
BAETLEY,  Lond.,  a  lion,  passant,  tail  extended, 

ppr.     Candide  et  secure.  40.  2 

BAETOLOMEW,  or  BAETHOLEMEW,  a  demi-goat, 

ar.,  gorged  with  a  chaplet  of  laurel,  vert. 

comp.  56.  8 

BABTON,  Kent,  an  owl,  ppr.  107.  9 

BAETON,Lanc.,an  acorn,  or,  leaved,  vert.    54.  9 
BAETON,  a  wolf's  head,  erased,  or.  19.  6 

BABTON  of  Barton,  Lane.,  a  boar's  head,  couped, 

gu-  3-  9 

BAETON,  Swithills,  Manchester,  an  oak-branch, 
vert,  acorned,  or.  54.  12 

BAETON,  Sco.     See  BAETAN. 

BAETON,  a  dragon's  head,  couped,  or.       90.  4 

BABTON  of  Threxton,  Norf.,  a  griffin's  head, 
erased,  ppr.  Fortis  est  veritas.  88.  7 

BABTON,  Norf.,  a  dragon's  head,  couped,  or. 

90.  4 

BABTON  of  Stapleton  Park,  an  acorn,  or,  leaved, 
vert.  Cresitur  cultu.  54.  9 

BAETON  of  Grove,  Iri.,  a  boar's  head,  gu.  Quod 
cro  spero.  3.  9 

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. 119.  7 

BAETEAM,  Cumb.,  an  arm,  embowed,  in  hand 
a  scimitar,  all  ppr.  146.  4 

BAETBAM,  Sco.,  out  of  an  antique  crown,  or,  a 
ram's  head,  ar.  J'avance.  57-  r 

BABTTELOT  of  Stopham  House,  Suss.  :  (i.)  A 
swan,  couched,  ar.,  wings  expanded  and  ad- 
dorsed, 76.  12.  (2. )  A  castle,  ppr.  Mature. 

23.  10 

BAEWELL,  a  talbot,  passant.  61.  7 

BABWELL,  a  demi-wolf,  salient,  erm.        63.  5 

BABWELL,  a  demi-lady,  in  dexter  a  garland  of 
laurel,  ppr.  139.  n 

BAB  WICK,  Northumb.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a 
stag,  or,  attired,  sa.  79.  4 

BAEWICKE,  Ess.,  an  escarbuncle,  centre,  az., 
rays,  ar.  123.  4 

BABWIS,  Yorks.,  a  bear,  muzzled.  Bear  and 
forbear.  28.  10 

BABWIS,  Langrigg,  Cumb.,  a  bear,  muzzled. 
Bear  and  forbear.  28.  10 

BABWIS,  Cumb.,  a  hand,  cutting  an  ostrich- 
feather  with  scimitar.  140.  6 

BAEZEY,  Shrewsbury,  a  squirrel,  sejant,  ppr., 
cracking  a  nut,  or.  58.  12 

BASCEILLY,  a  torteau,  gu.,  charged  with  a  pale, 
indented,  or.  8.  3 

BASHE,  Herts,  and  Heref.,  a  griffin,  segreant, 
in  beak  a  broken  spear.  88.  9 

BASIEB,  or  BASIEE,  in  hand,  ppr.,  a  buckle,  or. 

154-  4 

BASKENFOBD,  a  sword  and  ear  of  wheat, 
bladed,  in  saltier,  all  ppr.  Armis  et  dili- 
gentia.  12.  3 

BASKEBNILL,  or  BASKIENELL,  a  lion's  head, 
erased,  thrust  through  with  an  arrow,  but 
only  one  arrow.  49.  7 


BAS 

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  19 

BASKERVILLE,  Heref.  and  Warw.,  a  wolf's 
head,  erased,  ar.,  in  mouth  an  arrow,  the 
feathers  upward.  see  plate  1 9 

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  1 9 

BASKERVILLE  of  Woolley  House,  Wilts.,  and 
Crowsley  Park,  Henley-on-Thames,  same 
crest  and  motto. 

BASKETT,  or  BASKET,  Dors.,  a  demi-lion,  or. 

44-   14 

BASKIN,  a  sword  and  stalk  of  wheat,  in  saltier. 
Armis  et  diligentia.  12.  3 

BASNET,  on  a  mount,  covered  with  long  grass, 
an  oak-tree,  all  ppr.  26.  5 

BASNETT,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  in  hand 
a  cutlass,  ppr.  121.  6 

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.  79.  2 

BASQUER,  Isle  of  Wight,  Hants.,  out  of  a  mural 
coronet,  gu.,  a'griffin's  head,  or.  comp.  88.  3 

BASS,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  two  wings,  ppr. 

109.  12 

BASSE,  a  demi-lion,  gu.,  resting  dexter  on  an 
oval  shield,  in  cartouch,  or,  charged  with  a 
fleur-de-lis,  az.  see  plate  44 

BASSE,  a  demi-lion,  gu.,  resting  paws  on  an 
oval  shield,  or.  see  plate  44 

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.  70.  6 

BASSET,  Devons.,  same  crest  and  motto. 

BASSET,  and  BASSETT,  a  griffin,  segreant,  sa., 
seme'e-de-lis,  or,  collared  and  chained,  gold. 

see  plate  86 

BASSET,  a  unicorn's  head,  couped.  70.  4 

BASSET,  and  BASSETT,  Glouc.,  a  falcon,  dis- 
played, ar.  104.  10 

BASSET,  a  boar's  head,  erm.,  armed,  or.      3.  9 

BASSET  of  Beaupre,  Glam.,  a  stag's  head, 
cabossed,  between  attires  a  cross  crosslet, 
fitched.  Gwett  angau  na  chywilydd. 

comp.  83.  4  and  84.  2 

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.  3.  3 

BASSETT,  Womberly,  Devons.,  a  unicorn's 
head,  ar.,  charged  with  two  bars,  dancettde, 
gu.  Pro  rege  et  populo.  see  plate  70. 

BASSETT,  or  BASSET,  a  horse's  head,  erased. 

72.   i 

BASSETT,  Warw.,  a  boar's  head,  ar.,  couped, 

gu-  3-  9 

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.  70.  6. 


31  BAT 


(2.)  For  Dame,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  lamb, 
passant,  ar.,  in  mouth  a  sprig  of  cinquefoil, 
gu.,  slipped,  vert.  comp.  55-9 

BASSINGBORNE,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
bull's  head,  gu.,  ducally  crowned. 

comp.  14.  2 

BASSINGES,  three  roses,  gu.,  stalked  and  leaved, 
vert.  53-  5 

BASTARD,  Aslington,  Norf.,  an  elephant's 
head.  24.  IO 

BASTARD,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  in 
hand  a  dagger,  ppr.  159.  4 

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.  67.  1 2 

BASTARD  of  Charlton  Marshall,  Dors.,  a  grif- 
fin's head,  collared  and  armed,  or.  89.  4 

BASTO,  a  horse's  head,  couped,  ar.  72.   7 

BATCHELOR,  or  BATCHELLOR,  a  leg,  erased, 
above  knee,  ppr.  120.  7 

BATE,  Yorks.,  a  stag's  head,  ar.,  attired,  or, 
vulned  through  neck  with  arrow. 

comp.  84.   10 

BATE,  a  bull's  head,  couped,  erm.,  armed,  or. 

14.  7 

BATEMAN  of  Hartington,  Derby,  out  of  a  cres- 
cent, or,  an  etoile,  gu.,  between  wings,  gold. 
Sidus  adsit  amicum.  113.  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  109 

BATEMAN,  Derbs.,  out  of  a  crescent,  or,  an 
etoile,  gu.  126.  7 

BATEMAN,  Whitechapel,  Middx.,  out  of  a 
mural  coronet,  ar.,  an  eagle,  rising,  with  a 
garland  in  beak,  ppr.  comp.  98.  3 

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.  22.  2 

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,  42.  14.  (2.)  For  Bateman, 
a  duck's  head  and  neck,  between  wings, 
ppr.  Nee  prece,  nee  pretio. 

BATEMAN,  Kerry,  a  pheasant,  ppr.  Nee  prece, 
nee  pretio.  113.  13 

BATEMAN  of  Bartholey,  Monm.,  same  crest 
and  motto. 

BATES,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  gu.  47.    13 

BATES  of  Dentou,  Suss.,  an  arm,  in  armour, 
embowed,  in  hand  a  truncheon.  Manu  et 
corde.  comp.  153.  12  and  154.  10 

BATES,  Milbourne,  Northumb.,  a  naked  man, 
in  dexter  a  willow-wand,  ppr.  Et  manu  et 
corde.  comp.  126.  12 

BATES,  Yorks.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  in  dex- 
ter a  thistle,  in  sinister  a  fleur-de-lis,  ppr. 

42.    I 

BATESON,  Bart.,  Iri.,  Antrim,  a  bat's  wing, 
sa.  Probitas  rerus  honos.  74-  2 

BATH,  a  wolf's  head,  sa.,  in  mouth  a  rose, 
slipped,  ppr.  19.  i 


BAT 


BAY 


BATH,  Marquess  of  (Thynne),  a  reindeer,  sta- 
tant,  or.  J'ai  bonne  cause.  84.  8 

BATH,  Ffynone  House,  Swansea,  a  wolf's 
head,  erased,  sa.,  gorged  with  a  collar  vair, 
in  mouth  a  rose,  gu.,  slipped  and  leaved, 
ppr.  1 60,  12 

BATHERNE,  Penhow,  Monm.,  out  of  rushes,  a 
denii-swan,  rising,  ppr.  76.  14 

BATHGATE,  Sco.,  a  bee,  volant;  ppr.  Vive  ut 
vivas.  76.  4 

BATHURST,  Bart.,  Leachlade,  Glouc.,  on  a 
mount,  vert,  a  bay-horse,  statant. 

comp.  72.    13 

BATHURST,  a  horse,  passant.  72.   12 

BATHURST,  Earl,  Baron  Apsley,  a  dexter  arm, 
in  armour,  embowed,  ppr.,  in  hand  a  spiked 
club,  or.  Tien  ta  foy.  154.  14 

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.  148.  2 

BATHURST,  a  tiger,  in  dexter  a  fleur-de-lis, 
ppr.  see  plate  n 

BATLEY,  Yorks.,  a  demi  lion,  rampant,  gu., 
between  paws  a  bezant.  43.  15 

BATLEY,  BATTLEY,  BATTALEY,  or  BATTELEY,  a 
castle,  double-towered,  weeds  growing  round 
sinister  tower,  ppr.  comp.  23.  9 

BATNYMERSH,  a  dexter  arm,  in  armour,  in 
hand,  ppr.,  a  baton,  sa.,  tipped,  ar.  153.  12 

BATSON,  a  lion,  passant,  gardant,  ar.     153.   12 

BATSON,  a  bat's  wing,  erect,  ar.  74.  2 

BATT,  Iri.,  a  crescent,  ar.,  charged  with  an  es- 
callop, gu.  Virtute  et  valore. 

BATT,  Hackney,  a  wolf,  passant,  ppr.       63.  3 

BATT,  Middx.,  a  demi-lion,  guttee- de-sang, 
between  paws  a  marshal's  staff,  in  pale,  or, 
tipped,  sa.  see  plate  44 

BATTAYLL,  or  BATTAILLE,  out  of  an  antique 
crown,  or,  a  dexter  arm,  ppr.,  in  hand  a 
cross  crosslet,  fitched,  in  pale,  gu. 

comp.  1 1 6.   14 

BATTEN,  a  hand,  couped,  in  fess,  charged  with 
an  eye.  126.  5 

BATTEN  of  Yeovil,  Somers. :  (i.)  Trunk  of  oak- 
tree,  couped  at  top,  sprouting,  all  ppr.  26. 
13.  (2.)  A  sea-lion,  erect,  in  paws  an 
anchor,  all  ppr.  comp.  69.  7 

BATTERSBEE,  and  BATTERSBY,  a  ram,  passant, 
erm.,  armed,  and  unguled,  or.  57.  10 

BATTERSBY,  Iri.,  a  ram,  .passant,  armed,  and 
unguled,  gold.  Ante  honortm  humilitas. 

57-   10 

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  115 

BATTIE,  a  kingfisher,  ppr.  114.  5 

BAUD,  and  BAUDE,  a  lion's  head,  gardant, 
erased,  gu.,  ducally  crowned,  or.  47.  3 

BAUDERSTONE,  and  BALDERSTON,  Sco.,  in  dex- 
ter hand,  out  of  a  cloud,  ppr.,  a  cross  pat- 
te'e,  fitched,  az.  144.  5 

BAUGH,  Glouc.,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  tal- 
bot,  sejant,  sa.  see  plate  6 1 

BAUMFORD,  or  BAUNFORD,  Donington,  Line., 
on  a  chapeuu,  a  serpent,  nowed.  III.  12 


BAUNCEFORD,  a  lion,  rampant.  41.   12 

BAUSEFIELD,   out   of  a   ducal   coronet,  or,  a 

griffin's  head,  ppr.  86.   3 

BAVENT,  Norf.,  a  sheaf  of  six  arrows,  in  saltier, 

sa.,  feathered,  ar.,  bearded,  or,  banded,  gu. 

comp.  52.    14 

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.  147.   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.  47.    13 

BAWTRE,  a  goat's  head,  erased,  ar.  55.  2 

BAXTER,  a  falcon,  belled  and  jessed,  or.      Vir- 
tute non  verbis.  104.  2 
BAXTER,  Sco.,  an  escarbuncle,  sa.            123.  4 
BAXTER,  Staimow,  Norf.,  a  lion's  gamb,  erased, 

or,  in  paw  a  spear,  sa.  50.    13 

BAXTER,  an  eagle's  head,  couped.  102.  9 

BAY,  Lond.  and  Hants.,  a  dexter  wing,  sa., 

charged  with  an  escallop,  or. 
BAYARD,  a  demi-horse.  72.  10 

BAYEN,  Eng ,  a  poplar-tree,  vert.  54.  8 

BAYFORD,  Eng.,  an  owl,  ar.  107.  9 

BAYLEE,    BAILIE,  or  BAILEY,  Eng.,  a  demi- 

lady,  in  dexter  a  tower,  in  sinister  a  branch 

of  laurel.  139.   13 

BAYLEY,  Eng.,  a  boar's  head,  erased,  ppr. 

3-  8 
BAYLEY,  Lond.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gardant, 

or,  in  dexter  a  branch,  vert.         comp.  44.   7 
BAYLEY,  Eng.,  a  griffin,  sejant,  erm.,  wings 

and  fore-legs,  or.  88.    13 

BAYLEY,  Hoddesdon,  Herts. ,  out  of  a  ducal 

coronet,  or,  a  nag's  head,  ar.  73.   I 

BAYLEY,  a  lion,  rampant,  ppr.  41.   12 

BAYLIE,  Eng.,  within  seven   mullets,  or,   in 

orle,  a  cross  patte"e,  gu.  158.   13 

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.  82.   1 1 

BAYLOL,  Sco.,  an  increscent  and  decrescent,  ar. 

93-  3 

BAYLOLL,  Eng.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  lion,  ram- 
pant, collared,  in  dexter  an  arrow,  all  ppr. 

40.  13 
BAYLY,  Wicklow,  a  boar's  head,  erased,  ppr. 

Quid  clarius  astris  ?  1 5.  5 

BAYLY,  Somers.,  a  goat's  head,  az.,  bezantde, 

attired,  or.  comp.  55.  2 

BAYN,  Sco.,  a  dexter  hand  grasping  a  dagger, 

in  pale,  or.  Et  marte,  et  arte.  122.  12 

BAYN,  Eng.,  a  Saracen's  head,  in  profile,  az., 

wreathed  and  stringed  behind,  ar.  and  az. 

131-   13 

BAYNARD,  Blagdon,  Somers.,  a  demi-unicorn, 
rampant,  or,  armed,  ppr.,  crined,  sa.  70.  1 1 

BAYNBRIDGE,  or  BAYNBRIGGE,  a  stag's  head, 
erased,  ar.,  attired,  or.  83.  13 

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.  152.  4 

BAYNE,  Tulloch,  Sco.,  a  dexter  hand  grasping 
a  dirk,  ppr.  Et  marte,  et  arte.  127.  7 

BAYNE,  Eng..  a  pellet,  between  wings,  ar. 

94-  7 


BAY 

BAYNE,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  scroll  of  paper,  ppr. 
Virtute.  125.  3 

BAYNE,  Lane.,  an  etoile,  or.  128.  5 

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.  .  150.  2 

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  106 

BAYNHAM,  Kent  and  Glouc.,  a  bull's  head, 
couped  at  neck.  14.  7 

BAYNHAM,  Glouc.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  gu., 
a  bull's  head,  ar.  see  plate  14 

BAYNING,  Baron  (Powlett),  a  buck,  statant, 
sa.,  attired,  or,  charged  on  body  with  mul- 
let, ar.  Stare  super  vias  antiques. 

comp.  8 1.    10 

BAYNTON,  an  eagle's  head,  erased.         102.   10 

BAYNTON,  and  BAYNTUN,  Wilts.,  a  griffin's 
head,  erased,  sa.  88.  7 

BAYNTON,  a  goat,  passant,  ppr.  56.  n 

BAYNTUN,  ROLT-,  Bart.,  Seacombe^Park,  Herts., 
a  griffin's  head,  erased,  sa.  88.  7 

BAYONS,  and  BAYOS,  Eng.,  a  horse,  at  full 
speed,  in  mouth  a  spear-head,  ppr.  73.  1 1 

BAZELEY,  or  BAZLEY,  in  hand  a  chapeau,  be- 
tween two  branches  of  laurel,  in  orle. 

145.    10 

BAZILIE,  or  BAZELY,  a  crow,  sa.  Be  not  want- 
ing. 114.  10 

BEACH  of  Oakley  Hall,  Hants.,  a  demi-lion, 
rampant,  ar.,  in  paws  an  escutcheon,  az., 
charged  with  a  pile,  or.  comp.  44.  14 

BEACH,  Beds,  and  Kent,  out  of  a  ducal  coro- 
net, or,  a  demi-lion,  ar.  44-13 

BEACHCROFT,  a  beech-tree,  ppr.,  behind  six 
park  pales,  ar. 

BEACHEE,  Lond.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a 
demi-lion,  rampant,  ppr.  44.  13 

BEADLE  of  South  Ella,  Yorks.,  a  stag's 
head,  erased,  ppr.,  ducally  gorged,  or. 

see  plate  83 

BEADNELL,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  grey- 
hound's head,  gorged  with  rosary  and  bell, 
or.  Nee  timide,  nee  temere.  comp.  18.  I 

BEAGHAN,  a  pellet  between  wings,  ar.       94.  7 

BEAGHAN,  Iri.,  two  swords,  in  saltier,  points 
downward.  comp.  135.  2 

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.  1 08.  7 

BEAL,  Suss.,  a  lion's  head,  erased.    Tout  hardi. 

BEAL,  a  lion's  head,  erased.  47.   13 

BEAL,  or  BEALL,  Eng.,  a  demi-wolf,  sa.,  hold- 
ing a  spear-head,  in  pale,  tasselled,  ppr. 

19.  7 

BEALE,  Surr.,  a  unicorn's  head,  sa.,  erased, 
gu.,  armed  and  crined,  or.  70.  5 

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  70  and  71 


33  BEA 

BEAMISH,  BERNARD-,  of  Raheroon,  Cork,  a 
demi-lion,  rampant,  gu.  Virtus  insignit 
audentes.  44.  14 

BEAMISH,  Iri.,  same  crest  and  motto. 

BEAMISH,  or  BEMISH,  Eng.,  a  pair  of  scales, 
ppr.  32.  i 

BEAMONT,  or  BEAUMONT,  Lond.,  a  bull's  head. 

14.   7 

BEAN,  or  BEANE,  a  lion,  rampant,  between 
paws  a  plumb-rule,  sa.  40.  5 

BEARCROFT,  a  demi-bear,  rampant,  muzzled. 

28.  5 

BEARD,  Line.,  a  lion's  gamb,  couped,  or,  grasp- 
ing a  horse's  leg,  erased  above  knee,  sa. 

50-  5 
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  10 
BEARDMORE,  or  BERDMORE,   on  a  mitre,  sa., 

semee  of  crosses  pattde,  ar.,  a  cheveron,  of 

the  last.  comp.  159.   3 

BEARDMORE   of   Uplands,    Hants.,   a   griffin's 

head,  erased.     Providtntice  me  committo. 

88.  7 
BEARDMORE,  a  wolf,  erect,  standing  on  hind 

dexter.  62.  8 

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.  12.  9,  and  114.    IO 

BEASLEY,  Eng.,  a  demi-leopard,  in   dexter  a 

sprig  of  laurel,  ppr.  1 1.  3 

BEATH,  or  BEITH,  Sco ,  a  dragon's  head,  vomit- 
ing fire,  ppr.     Fortuna  virtute.  90.  6 
BEATH,  or  BIETH,  Sco.,  a  dragon's  head,  couped, 

ppr.     Fortuna  virtute.  90.  4 

BEATH,  Sco.,  a  wolf's  head,  erased.     Fortuna 

virtute.  19.  6 

BEATHELL  :  ( I.)  Out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  boar's 

head,  couped.    3.  3.     (2.)  An  eagle,  between 

wings  displayed,  az.,  on  neck  an  etoile,  or. 

comp.  98.   10 
BEATIE,  or  BEATTIE,  Sco.,  a  star  issuing  from 

a  crescent,  or.     Lumen  cceleste  sequamur. 

126.  7 

BEATIE,  or  BEATTY,  Sco.  and  Eng.,  a  castle,  sa. 

23.  6 
BEATLEYS,  a  star  iss\iing  from  a  crescent,  or. 

Lumen  cceleste  sequamur.  126.  7 

BEATON,  a  lion,  passant,  sa.     Fortis  in  arduis. 

36.  i 
BEATSON,  Knowle  Farm,  Suss.,  a  bee,  volant, 

ppr.  76.  4 

BEATSON  of  Rossend,  Fife,  a  bee,  erect,  wings 

expanded,  ppr.     Cum  pi*udentia  scdulus. 

76.  5 

BEATTY,  Iri.,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  a  lion,  pas- 
sant, gardant,  ducally  crowned.  37.   I 
BEAUCHAMP,    Earl   (Pyndar),    a    lion's    head, 

erased,   ar.,  ducally   crowned,   or.     Ex  fide 

fortis.  comp.  44.  5 

BEAUCHAMP,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  greyhound, 

sejant.  1 6.   10 

BEAUCHAMP,  Hoult,  Ess.,  a  swan's  head  and 

neck,  ar.,  beaked,  gu.,  between  wings,  sa. 

75-  i 

BEAUCHAMP,  Earl  of  Warwick,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  or,  a  demi-swan,  ar.  75-  5 


EBA 


34 


BEATJCHAMP,  POWYCKE,  Glouc.,  a  tiger,  passant, 
or,  vulned  in  shoulder,  gu.  see  plate  9 

BEAUCHAMP,  Lond.  and  Iri.,  a  lion  passant, 
ppr.  36-  I 

BEAUCHAMPE,  a  plume  of  feathers,  or.      51.  3 

BEAUCHAMPE,  Glouc.  and  War.,  out  of  a 
coronet,  gu.,  a  swan's  head  and  neck,  ar. 

75-  2 

BEAUCHATT,  Eng.,  a  cat's  head,  erased,  gar- 
dan  t,  gu.  33-9 

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.  86.  8 

BEAUFICE,  a  lamb,  passant,  ar.,  bearing  a 
banner,  pink,  staff,  ppr.,  surmounted  by 
cross.  55.  10 

BEAUFORD,  or  BEAUFORT,  a  portcullis,  or, 
nailed  az.,  chains,  gold.  Mutare  vel  timere 
sperno.,  138.  II 

BEAUFORT,  Duke  of  (Somerset),  a  portcullis,  or, 
nailed.,  az.,  with  chains,  gold.  Mutare  vel 
timere  sperno.  1 38.  1 1 

BEAUMAN  of  Hyde  Park,  Wexford,  an  arm,  in 
armour,  embowed,  in  hand  a  sabre.  Fortiter. 

121.  6 

BEAUMONT,  WILLOUGHBY,  Bart.,  Leic.,  on  a 
chapeau,  az.,  semee  of  fleur-de-lis,  or,  turned 
up,  erm.,  a  lion,  passant,  gold.  Erectus  non 
electus.  37'  8 

BEAUMONT,  Buckland,  Surr.,  on  a  chapeau, 
gu.,  turned  up,  erm.,  a  lion,  passant,  or. 

37-  8 

BEAUMONT,  Devons.,  a  stork  or  heron,  wings 
expanded,  ar.  115.  14 

BEAUMONT,  Suff.,  a  bear's  head,  erased,  ppr. 

28.  2 

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.  37.  8 

BEAUMONT  of  Whitley  -  Beaumont,  York,  a 
bull's  head,  erased.  Fide  sed  cui  vide. 

15.  6 

BEAUMONT,  WENTWORTH-BLACKETT,  of  Bretton 
Hall,  York,  same  crest  and  motto. 

BEAUMONT,  DE,  Eng.,  a  demi-lion,  gardant, 
sa.  42.  10 

BEAUMONT,  Leic.  and  Suff.,  a  lion,  passant,  or. 

36.   i 

BEAUMONT,  Leic.,  and  Beaumont  Hall,  Suff., 
an  elephant,  on  back  a  tower,  triple-towered, 
ar.,  garnished,  or.  24.  13 

BEAURAIN,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  ar.,  pellettee. 

comp.  44.   5 

BEAUVALE,  Baron  (Lamb),  a  demi-lion,  ram- 
pant, gu. ,  between  paws  a  mullet,  sa.  Vir- 
tuteetfide.  43.  15 

BEAUVOIR,  Eng.,  a  griffin's  head,  between 
wings,  ppr.  88.  6 

BEAUVOIR,  Lond.,  a  demi-dragon,  wings  ad- 
dorsed,  ppr.  91.  8 

BEAVONS,  Eng.,  a  bull's  head,  sa.  14.  7 

BEAVAN,  or  BEVAN,  a  dove,  hovering,  ppr.,  in 
mouth  a  gem-ring,  or,  over  a  mount,  vert. 
Semper  virtute  constans.  comp.  106.  10 

BEAVAN,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  az.,  in  mouth  a 
rose,  gu.  45.  12 

BEAVER,  a  beaver,  ppr.  33.  n 

BEAVER,  a  leopard,  ppr.  9.   13  or  14 


BEG 

BEAVER,  Eng.,  a  leopard,  rampant,  ppr.   n.  8 
BEAVIS,  Devons. ,  a  pheon,  ar.  77.   13 

BEAWFICE,  Eng.,   a  holy  lamb  supporting  a 

flag.  L     55.   ii 

BEAWPELL,  Eng.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  in 

hand,  ppr.,  vested,  gu.,  a  sword,  wavy,  az. 

comp.  143.  3,  and  153.  6 
BEBB,  Eng ,  a   torteau,   az.,  charged  with   a 

pale  indented,  gu.  8.  3 

BEBINGTON,  Bebington,  Chesh.,  out  of  a  ducal 

coronet,  a  demi-eagle,  displayed,  sa. ,  bezan- 

tee.  101.  2 

BEG,  or  BECK,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned 

up,  erm.,  a  lion's  head,  erased.  47.  7 

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.  156.   15 

BECKER,     Chancellor  -  House,    Tunbridge,    a 

demi-lion,  rampant,  gu.,  body  encircled  with 

a  ducal  coronet,  or.  comp.  44.   14 

BECHER,  Kent  and  Beds.,  out  of  a  ducal  coro- 
net, or,  a  demi-lion,  ar.  44.   13 
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.  44.  13 
BECK,  Norf.,  out  of  the  sea,  ppr.,  a  sea- wolf, 

ar.,  finned,  or,  between  paws  a  cross  pattee, 

gu. 

BECK,  Suff.,  a  peacock,  ppr.  117.  10 

BECK,  Wei.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  pelican,  ar., 

vulning,  gu.  comp.  97.  7 

BECK,  Lond.,  a  raven,  ppr.,  between  wings,  or. 

see  plate  1 14 
BECK,  or  BEC,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up, 

erm.,  a  lion's  head,  erased.  47.  7 

BECKERING,  and  BEKERING,  Yorks.,  a  crow, 

perched  on  an  oak-tree.  114.    I 

BECKET,  Courthither,  Cornw.,  a  Cornish  chough, 

wings  expanded,   sa.,   beaked  and  legged, 

gu.,  ducally  gorged,  or.  see  plate  114 

BECKET,  Iri.,  a  Cornish  chough,  ppr.     114.  10 
BECKETT,  Bart.,  Leeds,  Yorks.,  a  boar's  head, 

couped,  or,  pierced  by  a  cross  pattee,  fitched, 

erect,  sa.     Prodesse  civibus.  see  plate  3 

BECKETT  of  The  Knoll,  Torquay,  same  crest 

and  motto. 
BECKETT,    an    ostrich-head,    erased,    ducally 

gorged,  or.  see  plate  108 

BECKETT,  Wilts.,  a  Cornish  chough,  ppr. 

114.   10 

BECKFORD,  Baron  RIVERS.     See  RIVERS. 
BECKFORD,  Lond.,  Wilts.,  and  Leic.,  a  stork's 

head,  erased,  in  mouth  a  fish,  all  ppr. 

US-  5 

BECKFORD  of  Ruxley  Lodge,  Surr.,  a  heron's 

head,  erased,  or,  collared,  in  mouth  a  fish, 

ar.     De  Dieu  tov.t.  115.  5 

BECKFORD,  LOVE-,  of  Basing  Park,  Hants.,  a 

heron's  head,  erased,  or,  in  beak  a  fish,  ppr. 

"5-  5 

BECKHAM,  a  horse's  head,  ar.,  pierced  through 
neck  with  a  broken  tilting  spear,  or,  in 
mouth  top  of  spear,  embrued,  gu.  see  plate  72 

BECKINGHAM,  Hoe,  Norf.,  a  demi-griffin,  ar., 
legs  and  beak,  sa.,  wings  addorsed,  gu.,  in 
dexter  a  cutlass,  ar.,  hilt,  or.  86.  7 

BECKINGHAM,  Ess.,  a  demi-griffin,  sa.,  in  dex- 
ter a  cutlass,  ar.,  hilt  and  pommel,  or.  86.  7 

BECKLEY,  BECKLY,  or  BICKLEY,  Devons.,  a  cross 
pattee,  gu.,  between  wings,  or.  94.  6 


BEG 


35 


BEL 


BECKMAN,  Lond.,  an  ostrich- head,  couped,  ar., 
gorged  with  a  fess  dancettee,  sa.,  between 
two  palm -branches,  ppr.  1 08.  3 

BECKWELL,  or  BEKEWELL,  Eng.,  a  horse-shoe, 
ppr.  126.  4 

BECKWITH,  or  BICKWITH,  a  stag's  head,  erased. 

83-  13 

BECKWITH,  an  antelope,  ppr.  82.   10 

BECKWITH  of  Thurcroft,   York,  an  antelope, 

ppr.,  in  mouth  a  branch,  vert.    Jouir  en  bun. 

comp.  82.  10 

BECKWITH,  Bart.,  Aldborough,  Yorks.,  same 
crest  and  motto. 

BECKWITH,  a  dove,  in  mouth  three  ears  of 
wheat,  all  ppr.  see  plate  106 

BECKWITH,  l)urh.,  a  roebuck's  head,  couped, 
sa.  84.  10 

BECKWORTH,  and  BECKWITH,  Yorks.,  an  eagle's 
head,  or,  depressed  with  two  bends,  vert, 
wings,  one,  ar.,  the  other,  sa.,  beaked,  gu. 

1 02.  13 

BECTON,  a  demi-heraldic  tiger,  ducally  gorged. 

64.   4 

BEDALL,  Ess.,  a  buck's  head,  gu.,  attired,  or, 
between  attires,  a  bough  of  a  tree,  leaved, 
ppr.  see  plate  83 

BEDELL,  Rumford,  Ess.,  an  arm,  in  armour, 
hand  grasping  a  cutlass  by  blade,  ar.  67.  15 

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.  42.  2  and  83.   13 

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.  34.  4 

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  42 

BEDFORD,  Duke  of  (Russell),  a  goat,  passant, 
ar.,  armed,  or.  Che  sara  sara.  56.  1 1 

BEDFORD,  Eng.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  az.,  in 
dexter  a  fleur-de-lis,  or.  46.  1 1 

BEDFORD,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  ppr.,  in  dex- 
ter a  trefoil,  slipped,  vert.  see  plate  42 

BEDINGFIELD,  Beckhall,  Norf.,  an  eagle,  dis- 
played, or.  Despicio  terrena,.  95.  13 

BEDINGFIELD,  Oxburgh,  Norf.,  a  demi-eagle, 
wings  expanded,  gu.  Solem  contemplor  des- 
picio  terram.  IOI.  13 

BEDINGFIELD  of  Ditchingham,  Norf.,  a  demi- 
eagle,  gu.  A  quila  non  capit  muscas ;  or, 
Despicio  terrena.  101.  13 

BEDINGFIELD,  a  unicorn's  head,  erased,  sa., 
horn  wreathed,  or  and  ar.  70.  5 

BEDINGFIELD,  a  demi-eagle,  wings  elevated,  or. 
Despicio  terrena.  101.  13 

BEDLE,    or  BEDELL,   Lond.,   a    stag's    head, 
erased,  or,  attired  and  ducally  gorged,  gu. 
comp.  83.  13 

BEDO,  and  BEDON,  Putney,  Surr.,  a  boar's 
head,  couped,  and  erect,  gu.  3.  6 

BEDWIN,  Wilts.,  a  griffin,  passant,  or.    87.   13 

BEE,  Basingstoke,  Staffs.,  a  dragon's  head,  gu., 
pierced  through  with  an  arrow,  ar. 

comp.  89.   5 

BEEBY,  Eng.,  a  mullet,  or.  107.  '4 


BEECH  of  The  Shawe,  Stafford,  a  stag's  head, 
cabossed.  Sub  teymine  fagi.  84.  2 

BEECHEY,  and  BEECHY,  Eng.,  a  torteau,  az. 

149.   ii 

BEECHING,  Suss.,  a  winged  spur.  Agnoscar 
eventu.  62.  5 

BEECROFT,  Berks.,  on  a  chapeau,  vert,  turned 
up,  or,  a  wyvern,  wings  expanded,  az.  Pro 
virtute.  92.  ii 

BEECROFT,  Bp.-Wearmouth,  two  arms,  in  ar- 
mour, ppr.,  embowed,  between  fingers  an 
annulet,  gu.  comp.  124.  9 

BEEKENSHALL,  Lane. ,  in  hand  a  garland,  gu. 

151-  5 

BEER,  Eng.,  on  a  garb,  or,  a  raven,  sa. 

comp.  112.  6 

BEERS,  Leslie  Hill,  Iri.,  on  a  garb,  or,  a  raven, 
sa.  In  Deo  spes  mea.  comp.  112.6 

BEESLEY,  or  BEESLY,  Eng.,  out  of  a  mural  coro- 
net, two  branches  of  palm,  in  saltier,  ppr., 
surmounting  a  spear,  in  pale.  51.  10 

BEESTON,  BEESTONE,  or  BEISTON,  Eng. ,  a  heart, 
gu.,  within  a  fetterlock,  sa.  124.  6 

BEESTON,  Chesh.,  a  castle,  or,  issuant  there- 
from an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  ppr., 
garnished,  gold,  brandishing  a  sword,  ppr., 
hilted,  of  the  first.  23.  1 1 

BEEVOR,  Bart.,  Bethel,  Norf.,  a  beaver,  pas- 
sant, ppr.  33.  1 1 

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.  39.  12 

BEGBIE,  Eng.,  a  cross  moline,  lozenge-pierced, 
az.  77.  7 

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.  8 

BEGGAR,  or  BEGGER,  a  pelican's  head  and  neck, 
erased,  vulning.  103.  II 

BEHETHLAND,  Eng.,  from  a  cloud,  in  sinister, 
in  dexter  hand  a  club.  140.  9 

BEHEVENS,  Lond.,  a  demi-bear.  28.  4 

BEIGHTON,  Werkswerth,  out  of  a  mural  coro- 
net, or,  a  greyhound,  erm.,  collared,  gold. 

17-  3 

BEILBY,  Warw.,  a  leopard's  head.  10.   12 

BEILBY,  Eng.,  a  hawk,  close,  ppr.  104.  2 

BEIST,  or  BIEST,  Salop,  a  sinister  arm,  couped 
above  elbow,  vested,  sa.,  cuffed,  ar.,  in  hand 
a  bow.  comp.  122.  6 

BEITH,  or  BIETH,  Sco.,  a  dragon's  head,  couped, 
vert.  Fortuna  virtute.  go.  4 

BEKE,  BEEKE,  or  BEACK,  Durh.,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  gu.,  two  bull's  horns,  erm. 

see  plate  15 

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  117 

BEKE,  or  BECK,  Berks,  and  Line.,  a  hare's 
head.  see  plate  58 

BEKE,  Norf.,  a  dragon's  head,  erased,  er,  col- 
lared, vair.  ^9-4 

BEKETT,  a  falcon,  rising,  ar.,  legged  and  beaked, 
gu.,  and  ducally  gorged,  or.  105.  15 

BELASIS,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  ar.  Bonne  et 
belle  assez.  83.  13 

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.  83.   13  and  14 

BELCHEK,  Northampton,  a  demi-hawk,  or, 
wings  expanded,  sa.  104.  8 

BELCHER,  Gilsborough,  Northamp.,  Staffs.,  and 
Warw.,  a  greyhound's  head,  erased,  erm., 
collared,  gu.,  rimmed  and  ringed,  or. 

comp.  1 8.    10 

BELCHES,  Sco.,  a  horse's  head,  ar.,  bridled,  gu. 
Keep  tryst.  72.  7 

BELCHES  of  Tofts,  Sco.,  stump  of  oak  tree, 
eradicated,  shooting  branches,  ppr.  Re- 
virescit.  26.  13 

BELCHES,  and  BELSCHES,  Sco.,  a  greyhound's 
head,  couped,  ar.,  collared,  az.  Fulget  virtus 
intaminata.  18.  10 

BELDERO,  Suff.,  a  greyhound,  current,  gu.,  col- 
lared and  ringed,  or.  comp.  17-8 

BELEW,  or  BELLOW,  Devons.,  an  arm,  em- 
bowed,  vested,  vert,  in  hand  a  bell,  or. 

see  plate  146 

BELFARGE,  or  BELFRAGE,  Sco.,  on  a  ducal  coro- 
net, or,  a  hawk,  belled,  ppr.  107.  2 

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  10 

BELFOUR,  BELFORE,  BELFOURE,  and  BALFOUR, 
a  hautboy,  in  pale,  ppr.  150.  6 

BELGRAVE,  Kil worth  and  Belgrave,  Leic.,  a 
ram's  head,  ar.  57-  ^ 

BELGRAVE  of  Preston  Hall,  Rutland,  a  ram's 
head.  57.  8 

BELHAVEN  and  STENTON,  Baron,  Sco.  (Hamil- 
ton), a  nag's  head,  couped,  ar.,  bridled,  gu. 
Ride  through.  72.  7 

BELHOUSE,  a  squirrel,  fore-feet  against  an  oak- 
branch,  acorned,  or,  leaved,  vert.  58.  10 

BELHOUSE,  Eng.,  a  wolf's  head.  62.  2 

BELIALD,  Thorpe,  Northamp.,  a  lion's  head, 
couped,  gu.,  billette'e,  ar.  comp.  47.  14 

BELL,  Glouc.,  an  arm,  embowed,  vested,  gu., 
in  hand  a  battle-axe,  staff,  gu.,  head,  ar. 

comp.  141.   ii  and  12 

BELL,  Lond.,  a  human  heart,  between  wings. 
Forward,  kind  heart.  52.  1 1 

BELL,  Eng. ,  a  hawk,  close,  beaked  and  belled, 
or.  Per  sever  ambia.  104.  2 

BELL,  Middx.,  a  portcullis,  ppr.  138.   II 

BELL,  Berks,  and  Bucks.,  a  hawk,  wings  ex- 
panded, ar.,  beaked  and  belled,  or. 

comp.  105.    15 

BELL  of  Woolsington,  North umb.,  a  hawk, 
belled.  104.  2 

BELL,  on  a  mount,  an  eagle,  rising,  ppr.  Vian 
affectat  Olympo.  loo.  12 

BELL,  Ess.,  a  talbot,  passant,  erm.  61.  7 

BELL,  Sco.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  in  hand  a 
scimitar,  all  ppr.  Pro  rcge  et  patria.  121.6 

BELL,  by  side  of  a  tree,  ppr.,  a  bear,  resting 
dexter  on  a  bell.  comp.  plate  28  and  159.  I 

BELL,  a  falcon,  close,  belled,  or.  Prend  moi 
tel  que  je  suis.  104.  2 

BELL,  Provosthaugh,  Sco.,  on  a  mount,  vert, 
a  roebuck,  feeding,  ppr.  Signum  pads  amor. 

79.  6 

BELL,  Sco.,  a  bell,  or.  159.   i 

BELL,  Sco.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant.  Dcxtra 
fideque.  44-  14 

BELL,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  gu.,  attired,  ar. 
Fulyet  virtus.  83.  13 


BELL,  a  stag's  head,  ppr.     Siynum  pads  amor. 

84.   10 

BELL,  Sco.,  a  dexter  hand,  with  two  last  fingers 

down,  ppr.     Confido.  159.  2 

BELL,  Eng.,  on  a  rock,  ppr.,  a  martlet.   119.  5 

BELL,  a  garb,  ppr.     Quid  utilius.  12.  13 

BELLAIRS  of  Kirby  Bellars,  a  lion's  gamb, 
erased,  gu.  In  cruce  mea  fides.  51-  '5 

BELLAM,  BALLAM,  and  BELLOME,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  or,  a  cock's  head,  between  wings, 
gu.,  combed  and  wattled,  gold.  92.  2 

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.  51-  15 

BELLAS,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  attired,  or,  in 
mouth,  a  fleur-de-lis,  az.  see  plate  83 

BELLASIS,  or  BELLASSES,  Sco.  and  Eng.,  on  a 
mount,  a  palm-tree,  ppr.  25.  3 

BELLASIS,  MORTON,  Durh.,  a  stag's  head, 
erased,  ppr.,  attired,  or.  83.  13 

BELLASIS,  or  BELLASSIS,  Yorks.,  a  lion,  couch- 
ant,  gardant,  az.  39.  13 

BELLASIS,  Yorks.,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  in 
mouth  an  oak-branch,  acorned,  ppr. 

comp.  83.   14 

BELLERBY,  Yorks.,  a  dexter  hand,  couped  at 
wrist,  pierced  through  the  palm  with  an 
arrow,  in  bend  sinister,  all  ppr.  153.  7 

BELLERE,  Eng.,  a  spur  rowel,  az.  65.  13 

BELLET,  Chesh.,  a  fox's  head,  erased,  sa. 

16.   I 

BELLETT,  an  arm,  in  armour,  in  gauntlet  a 
baton,  or,  tipped  at  both  ends,  sa.  153.  12 

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.  4.   1 1 

BELLEW,  a  hyena,  passant.  35.    10 

BELLEW,  Bart.,  Iri.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  em- 
bowed,  in  hand  a  sword,  ppr.  Tout  den 
haut.  140.  13 

BELLEW,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  in  hand 
a  dagger,  point  downwards.  159.  4 

BELLEW-DILLON,  Bart.,  Iri.,  an  arm, in  armour, 
embowed,  ppr.,  charged  with  a  crescent,  in 
hand  a  sword.  Tout  d'en  haut.  comp.  159.  4 

BELLEWE,  Newstead,  Line.,  a  buck's  head, 
erased,  or,  guttee,  az.,  dexter  horn,  ar., 
sinister,  az.  83.  13 

BELLINGHAM,  Line,  and  Yorks. ,  a  buck's  head, 
couped,  ar.,  on  a  branch  twisted,  or.  and  az., 
leaved,  vert.  84.  10 

BELLINGHAM,  Iri.,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  sa., 

attired,  or,  charged  with  a  fleur-de-lis,  gold. 

comp.  83.  6. 

BELLINGHAM,  Orston,  Wilts.,  a  demi-buck, 
supporting  a  banner  charged  with  the  family 
arms.  see  plate  79 

BELLINGHAM,  Castle-Bellingham,  Iri.,  a  buck  s 
head,  couped,  or.  Amicus  amico.  84.  II 

BELLINGHAM,  Brumby,  Line.,  and  Suss.,  a 
stag's  head,  ar.,  attired,  or,  gorged  with  a 
chaplet,  vert.  83.  7 

BELLINGHAM,  Cumb.,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  az., 
attired,  or.  83.  13 

BELLINGHAM  of  Hissington,  a  bugle-horn,  ar. 

i.   14 

BELLIS,  in  hand,  in  armour,  a  holly -branch,  all 
ppr.  125.  8 


BEL 


37 


BEN 


BELLISMO,  out  of  water,  top  of  spear,  in  pale, 

sustaining  a  dolphin,  naiant.  68.  4 

BELLOMONT,  a  cross  moline,  lozenge -pierced, 

gu.  77-  7 

BELMORE,  Earl  of  (Corry),  Iri.,  a  cock,  ppr. 
Virtus  semper  viridis.  94.  12 

BELMOUK,  a  griffin's  head.  87.  6 

BELSHES,  Invermay,  a  horse's  head. ,  ar.,  bridle, 
gu.  Keep  tryst — and — Reveresdt.  72.  7 

BELSON,  Eng.,  in  hand,  a  key.  78.   13 

BELTEAD,  BELSTEDE,  BELSTED,  or  BELSTIDE, 
.Eng.,  a  seax,  az.,  hilted,  or.  65.  II 

BELTOFT,  or  BELTOFTS,  Eng.,  a  cock,  sa., 
beaked,  combed,  and  wattled,  gu,  94.  12 

BELTOFT,  or  BELTOFTS,  Line.,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  in  hand  a  sword,  ppr.  143.  I 

BELVALE,  Eng.,  two  arms, in  armour,  embowed, 
in  hands  a  heart  inflamed,  ppr.  147.  7 

BEL  WARD,  a  pheon,  sa.  77.   7 

BELYN,  Chesh.,  a  unicorn's  head,  erased,  ar., 
armed,  or,  charged  on  neck  with  four  bars, 
gu.  comp.  70.  5 

BEMPDE,  a  winged  spur.  62.   5 

BEN,  and  BENNE,  Newport- Cranley,  Surr.,  a 
tiger,  passant,  erm.,  ducally  gorged,  or. 

ii.  7 

BENBOW,  Salop,  a  harpy,  close,  *or,  face,  ppr., 

head  wreathed  with  a  chaplet  of  flowers,  gu. 

comp.  32.    II 

BENCE,  Aldborough,  Benhall,  and  Kingsfield, 
!5uff.,  a  tower,  ar.,  charged  with  a  fret,  gu. 

see  plate  22 

BENCE  of  Thorington,  Suff.,  a  castle,  triple- 
towered.  Virtus  casteUum  meum.  23.  10 

BENCLER,  a  stag's  head,  cabossed,  between 
attires,  a  bugle-horn,  strung,  ar. 

see  plates  1  and  84 

BENDALL,  Middx.,  a  demi-lion,  double-queued, 
az.,  holding  an  anchor,  ppr. 

see  plates  42.  9,  and  46.   12 

BENDISH,  Steeple -Bamstead,  Ess.,  out  of  earl's 
coronet,  a  talbot's  head,  all  or.  see  plate  60 

BENDLOWES,  Ess.,  a  centaur,  with  bow  and 
arrow,  all  or.  133.  13 

BENDYSHE  of  Barrington,  Cam.,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  or,  a  talbot's  head.  Utrdque  Pal- 
lade.  60.  6 

BENE,  a  buck's  head,  erased,  in  mouth  a  rose 
slip,  ppr.,  thereon  three  roses,  ar. 

comp.  83.   13 

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.  45.   15 

BENGE,  an  eagle,  displayed,  ppr.  96.  10 

BENGER,  Kent,  a  cockatrice,  wings  expanded. 

92.   13 

BENHAN,  BENGHAM,  orBENHAM,  Eng.,  a  chart, 
ppr.  52.  9 

BENJAMIN,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  a  flame  of  fire, 
all  ppr.  146.  i 

BENLEY,  Eng.,  a  sand-glass,  gu.  153.   I 

BKNXET,  Eng.,  a  ship  in  full  sail,  ppr.  21.   14 

BENNET,  in  dexter  hand  a  cross  pattee,  fitched, 
gu.  Benedictus  qui  tollit  crucem.  152.  15 

BENNET,  Sco.,  a  demi-lion,  in  dexter  a  cross 
crosslet,  fitched.  Benedictus  qui  tollit  cru- 
cem. 46.  4 

BENNET,  Iri.,  an  arm,  couped  at  elbow,  in 
hand  a  thistle,  slipped,  all  ppr.  85.  1 1 

BENNET,  Eng.,  a  Cornish  chough,  ppr.  114.  10 

BENNET  of  Abbington,  out  of  a  mural  coronet, 


ar.,  a  lion's  head,  gu.,  charged  with  a  be- 
zant, or.  comp.  45.  15 

BENNET,  Surr.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  or,  a 
lion's  head,  ar.,  charged  with  a  bezant,  or. 
Deo  gloria.  comp.  45.  15 

BENNET,  Earl  of  Tankerville.  £eeTANKERViLLE. 

BENNET,  Lond.,  a  double  scaling  ladder,  or. 

77-  4 
BENNET,  Sco.,  a  demi-lion,  in  dexter  a  cross 

pattee,  gu.  comp.  46.  4 

BENNET  of  Laleston,  Glamorg.,  a  goat's  head, 

erased,  sa.     Aut  nunquamtentes,  autperfice. 

55-  2 
BENNET  of  Tollesbury,  Ess.,  out  of  a  mural 

coronet,  or,  a  lion's  head,  couped,   charged 

on  neck  with  a  bezant.     Bene  tcnax. 

comp.  45.   15 
BENNET  of  Grubet,  Bart.,  in  hand,  out  of  a 

cloud,   ppr.,    a  cross   pattee,    fitched,    gu. 

Benedictus  qui  tollit  crucem.  144.  5 

BENNET,  Lond.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  martin, 

ppr.  119.  5 

BENNET,  Newcastle,  a  tower,  triple -towered. 

23.  10 
BENNET,  Norf.,  two  dolphins,  one,  or,  other, 

ar.,  in  saltier,  erect  on  tails.  68.   12 

BENNET,  Steeple- Ashton,  Wilts.,  a  demi-lion, 

rampant,    ar.,    crowned,   or,    supporting   a 

tower,  ppr. 
BENNET,  Wei.,  a  goat's  head,  erased,  sa. 

55-    2 

BENNETT,  Dublin,  an  arm,  couped  at  elbow,  in 
hand  a  thistle,  all  ppr.  85.  1 1 

BENNETT  of  Thorpe  Place,  Surr.,  out  of  a  mural 
coronet,  a  lion's  head.  Dux  vitce  ratio. 

45-   H 
BENNETT  of  Faringdon,  Berks.,  a  lion's  head, 

charged  with  a  bezant.    De  bon  raloir  servir 

le  roi.  see  plate  47 

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  82 
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.  43.   10 
BENNETT,  Finsbury,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  or, 

in  paws  a  bezant.  43.   15 

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.  45.  15 

BENNIE,  BENNY,  BENZIE,  or  BINNIE,  Sco.,  a 

horse's  head,  bridled,  ppr.     Virtute  et  opera. 

72.   7 

BENNING,  a  demi-horse,  saddled  and  bridled. 

72.   14 
BENNINGHAM,  Iri.,  a  horse  at  full  speed,  with 

point  of  broken  spear  in  mouth.  73.   1 1 

BENNS,  a  tiger,  passant,  erm.,  ducally  gorged, 

or.  II.  7 

BENOLT,  a  stag,  current,  ppr.  81.  13 

BENON,  Aldington,  Suss. ,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a 

griffin,  segreant,  wings  elevated,  ar. 

comp.  86.  10 
BENS  AY,  Berks.,  a  horse,  saddled  and  bridled. 

Virtute  et  opera.  73-  7 

BENSE,  or  BENST,  Eng.,  a  sea-lion,  holding  a 

cross  patonce.  69.  5 


BEN 


BER 


BENSLEY,  MORES  DE  BONN,  in  dexter  hand  a 
plume  of  ostrich- feathers.  comp.  141.  9 

BENSLEY,  or  BENSLY,  Eng.,  a  sand-glass,  gu. 

153-  I 
BENSON,  a  horse,  passant,  saddled  and  bridled. 

73-  7 
BENSON,  Lond.,  a  horse,  passant,  saddled  and 

bridled.     Inconcussa  virtus.  73-  7 

BENSON,  the  sun,  surmounted  by  a  rainbow, 

each  end  of  the  latter  out  of  clouds,  all  ppr. 

comp.  7.   i,  and  8.  8 

BENSON,  Eng.,   a  talbot's  head,  erased,   ar., 

ducally  crowned,  or.  60.   10 

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. 

28.  2 
BENSON  of  Lutwyche,  Salop,  a  horse,  passant, 

caparisoned,  ppr.    Leges  arma  tenent  sanctas. 

73-  7 

BENSTED,  BENSTEAD,  BENST,  or  BENSE,  a  sea- 
lion  holding  a  cross  patonce.  69.   5 
BENT  of  Batsford,   Staffs,,  a  demi-lion,  az., 
holding  a  bezant.     Nee  temere,  nee  timidt. 

43-  15 
BENT,  a.  demi-lion,  az.,  bet  ween  paws  a  bezant. 

43-    J5 

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  9 
BENTHAM,  a  lion,  rampant,  ar.  41.   12 

BENTHAM,  Eng.,  on  a  cross  flory,  fitched,  the 
sun,  or,  between  wings  expanded,  each 
charged  with  a  rose,  seeded,  gold,  barbed, 
vei-t.  62.  3 

BENTICK,  Eng.,  a  chevalier,  standing  beside 
his  horse,  holding  bridle,  all  ppr.        124.  8 
BENTICK,  a  ship  at  sea,  in  full  sail.         21.  13 
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. 

147-  5 

BENTLEY,  Eng.,  a  spaniel,  sejant.  59.  7 

BENTLEY  of  Birch  House,  Lancaster,  a  wolf, 

rampant,  erm.,  ducally  gorged,  or.    Benigno 

numine.  comp.  62.  4 

BENTLEY,  on  a  chapeau,  a  spaniel  dog,  statant. 

see  plate  59 

BENTLEY,  a  spaniel  dog,  passant,  ar.  35.  i 
BENTLEY,  a  demi-lion,  rampant.  44.  14 

BENTLEY,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  grasping  a 

thunderbolt,  or.  comp.  44.  14  and  123.  I 
BENTON,  Wilts.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  lamb  with 

flag,  az.  55.  9 

BENTON,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  ar.  88.  7 
BENVIL,  or  BENVILL,  Eng.,  a  demi-swan,  rising, 

ppr.  76.  12 

BENWEIL,  or  BENWELL,  Eng ,  a  greyhound, 

sejant,  collared,  wings  addorsed.  18.  8 

BENWELL,  a  garb,  or,  entwined  by  a  serpent, 

ppr.,  head  issuing  through  the  ears  of  corn 

to  sinister.  see  plate  1 2 

BENWIN,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  gu.,  a  boar's 

head,  erect,  ar.  3.  3 

BENYNGTON,  Ess.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  ar., 

semee  of  torteaux,  gu.,  ducally  crowned,  or. 

44-  5 


BENYON,  Horton  Hall,  Salop,  a  griffin,  segreant, 
wings  elevated,  ar.  86.  10 

BENYON,  Suff.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  fa  griffin, 
sejant,  ar.  comp.  h>8.  13 

BENYON,  Salop,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  griffin, 
sejant,  ar. ,  charged  with  a  canton,  az. 

comp.  88.   13 

BENYON  of  Englefield,  Berks.,  a  griffin,  sejant, 
or,  collared  with  an  eastern  crown,  gu.,  in 
beak  a  Guernsey  lily,  ppr.  Vincam  vel 
moriar.  comp.  88.  13 

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.  72.  7 

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.  112.  6 

BERE,  Huncham,  Devons.,  a  bear's  head, 
erased,  sa.,  muzzled,  or.  20.  7 

BERE,  a  tiger,  sejant,  az.,  bezantee,  maned  and 
tufted,  or.  9.  4 

BEREARLY,  Lond.,  a  cross  potent,  fitched,  be- 
tween wings,  expanded.  comp.  log.  2 

BEREFORD,  Staffs.,  an  ostrich  head,  between 
two  palm  branches.  1 08.  3 

BERENGER,  and  BERANGER,  Eng.  and  French, 
on  a  mount,  a  tree,  vert.  26.  5 

BERENS,  Kent,  a  demi-bear,  salient,  sa.   28.  4 

BERESETH,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  ppr.,  col- 
lared, or.  89.  4 

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  89 

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  89 

BERESFORD,  a  dolphin,  haurient  on  its  tail. 

68.   5 

BERESFORD,  Marquess  of  Waterford.  See 
WATERFORD. 

BEREY  of  Croston,  Lane.,  between  wings,  erm., 
an  eagle's  head,  couped,  or.  102.  13 

BERGAIGNE,  or  BERGAINE,  a  demi-lion,  in 
dexter  a  sword,  ar.  44.  1 1 

BERGER,  Eng.,  in  lion's  paw,  erased,  sa. ,  a 
dagger,  ppr.  45.  8 

BERIFFE,  Colchester,  Ess.,  out  of  a  mural 
coronet,  gu.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  or, 
ducally  crowned,  in  dexter  a  trefoil. 

comp.  42.   14 

BERIFFE,  Ess.,  in  grass,  vert,  a  beaver,  pas- 
sant, ppr.,  collared,  or.  33.  7 

BERINGER,  Bucks.,  a  stem  of  holly-tree, 
reguled  and  trunked,  jacent,  sprouting  out 
a  branch,  in  pale,  leaved  and  fructed,  all 
ppr.  26.  8 

BERINGHAM,  or  BERRINGHAM,  Wore.,  a  cross 
incline,  az.  77.  9 


BEB 


39 
T 


BERINGHAM,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  in 
hand  a  spiked  club,  ppr.  154-  :4 

BERINGTON,  a  lion,  sejant,  crowned. 

s:e  plate  38 

BERINGTON  of  Little  Malvern  Court,  Wor- 
cester, a  greyhound's  head,  couped,  ar., 
gorged,  or.  1 8.  10 

BERINGTON,  Bradwell,  Chesh.,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  or,  a  greyhound's  head,  ar.,  collared, 
gu.,  charged  with  three  plates,  comp.  1 8.  I 

BERKELEY,  a  bear's  head,  erased.  28.  2 

BERKELEY  of  Cotheridge,  Wore.,  a  bear's 
head,  couped,  ar.,  muzzled,  gu.  Dieu  avec 
nous.  28.  2 

BERKELEY  of  Spetchley,  Wore.,  same  crest 
and  motto. 

BERKELEY,  on  a  mitre,  gu.,  a  cheveron,  be- 
tween eight  crosslets,  ar.      Virtute,  non  ^4. 
comp.  159.   3 

BERKELEY,  Earl  of,  a  mitre,  gu.,  labelled  and 
garnished,  or,  charged  with  a  cheveron, 
between  ten  crosses  pattee,  ar.  Dieu  arec 
nous.  comp.  159.  3 

BERKELEY,  Eng.,  a  bishop's  mitre,  ppr.   1 59.  3 

BERKENHEAD,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 
in  hand  a  sheaf  of  arrows,  points  downward, 
all  ppr.  146.  I 

BERKHEAD,  Oestwhite,  Cumb.,  a  goat's  head, 
erased,  attired,  sa.  55-  2 

BERKHEAD,  or  BERKENHEAD,  a  goat,  salient, 
ar.,  attired,  or,  resting  fore  dexter  on  a 
garb,  gold.  see  plate  56 

BERKLEY,  a  unicorn,  passant,  gu.,  armed  and 
crined,  or.  comp.  70.  13 

BERKLEY,  a  bear's  head,  couped,  ar.,  muzzled, 
gu.  20.  6 

BIRMINGHAM,  War w.,  two  lions'  gambs,  in 
saltier,  sa.  52.  8 

BERNALL,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gu.       44.  14 

BERNARD,  Nettleham,  Line.,  and  Nether- 
Winchendon,  Bucks.,  a  demi-bear,  muzzled 
and  collared,  or.  Bear  and  forbear. 

comp.  28.  5 

BERNARD,  Huntingdon,  a  demi-bear,  muzzled 
and  collared,  or.  Nisi  paret  imparat. 

comp.  28.  5 

BERNARD,  Earl  of  Bandon.  Iri.,  a  demi-lion, 
ar.,  in  paws  a  snake,  ppr.  Virtus  probata 
florebit.  comp.  46.  7 

BERNARD,  BEAMISH-,  of  Palace  Anne,  Iri.,  a 
demi-lion,  ar.,  between  paws  a  snake,  ppr. 
Virtus  probata  floresbit.  comp.  46.  7 

BERNERS,  Tharfield,  Herts.,  a  monkey,  ppr., 
covered  about  loins,  and  lined,  or.  35.  6 

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. 

35-  9 

BERNEY,  Norf.,  a  garb,  or.  12.   13 

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.        51.  3 
BERNEY,  Norf.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
plume  of  five  ostrich-feathers.  1 08.   5 

BERNEY,  an  eagle's  head,  ppr.,  gorged  with  an 
eastern  coronet,  or,  in  mouth  a  palm-branch, 
vert,  between  wings,  erm.          sec  plate  102 
BERNEY,  Norf.,  a  sheaf  of  reeds,  or.         12.  1 1 
BERNHEIM,  a  fleur-de-lis,  ar.  142.   13 


BES 

BERNIL,  and  BIRNALL,  a  greyhound's  head, 
between  two  roses,  stalked  and  leaved. 

18.  2 

BERNS,  Soham,  Carnb.,  an  ounce,  ar.,  collared 
and  chained,  or.  see  plate  1 1 

BERONDON,  and  BERONDOWNE,  Northurnb.,  a 
unicorn,  rampant,  ppr.  70.  10 

BEROWE,  and  BEREW,  Glouc.,  a  sea-horse's 
head,  erased,  sa.,  bezantee,  maned  and 
finned,  or.  69.  1 1 

BERRETON,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  bear's 
head  and  neck,  muzzled.  20.  1 1 

BERREY,  Eng.,  in  hand  a  dagger.  127.  7 

BERRING,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  grey- 
hound's head,  ppr.  1 8.  5 

BERRY,  or  BERRIE,  Westerbogie,  Sco.,  a  demi- 
lion,  gu.,  in  dexter  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched, 
az.  In  hoc  signo  vinces.  46.  4 

BERRY  of  Bally negall,  Westmeath  :  (i.)  A 
griffin's  head  and  neck,  charged  with  a  tre- 
foil, comp.  88.  7.  (2.)  A  demi-lion,  ram- 
pant, az.,  in  paws  an  escallop,  or.  Nihil 
sine  labore.  42.  6 

BERRYMAN,  Devons.,  a  horse's  head,  erased, 
sa.  72.  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.  122.   5 

BERTIE,  Eng.,  a  tree,  fructed  with  pears,  ppr. 

26.  6 

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  40 

BERTRAM,  a  bull's  head,  erased,  ppr.,  ducally 
gorged,  or.  14.  2 

BERTRAND,  Eng.,  in  hand  a  pistol,  ppr.  127.  8 

BERTUE,  a  savage's  head,  couped  at  shoulders, 
ppr.,  ducally  crowned,  or.  Loyaute  m'oblige. 

122.    5 

BERTWHISTLE,  Eng.,  a  dolphin,  naiant,  ppr. 

68.  ii 

BERVY,  Devons.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased.  88.   7 

BERVY,  out  of  an  eastern  coronet,  or,  a  demi- 
talbot,  rampant,  ppr.  see  plate  60 

BERVY,  Eng.,  between  horns  of  a  crescent,  or, 
a  cross  pattee,  gu.  77-2 

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  102 

BERVY,  an  eagle's  head,  ppr.,  gorged  with  an 
eastern  coronet,  or,  in  beak  a  laurel-slip, 
vert.  see  plate  102 

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. 

85;      I 

BERWICK,  Lane.,  two  ears  of  wheat,  in  saltier, 

ppr.  13.  u 

BERWICK,  on  portion  of  tower  a  stag,  at  gaze, 

ducally  gorged  and  chained.  81.  i 

BERY  of  Bury,  Devons.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased. 

88.  7 
BERY,  or  BARRY,  Winscot,  Devons.,  a  wolf's 

head,  erased,  ra.  1 8.  6 

BESBOROUGH,  Earl  of  (Ponsonby),  in  a  ducal 

coronet,  az.,  three  arrows,  one  in  pale  and 


BES 


40 


BET 


two  in  saltier,  points  downward,  environed 
by  a  snake,  ppr.     Pro  rege,  lege,  et  grege. 

III.    10 

BESELEY,  Lane,  and  Yorks.,  an  arm,  in  armour, 
embowed,  per  fess,  couped  at  shoulder,  in 
hand  a  club,  all  ppr.  123.  II  and  154.  14 

BESELEY,  Yorks.,  a  castle,  triple-towered,  ar., 
on  centre  tower  a  standard  floating  to  sinis- 
ter, sa.,  charged  with  a  saltier,  of  the  first. 

23.   10 

BESELEY,  BESLEY,  or  BESLY,  Eng.,  a  lion,  ram- 
pant, between  paws  a  ducal  coronet.  40.  6 

BESELEY,  BESLEY,  or  BESLY,  out  of  a  mural 
coronet,  two  branches  of  palm,  in  saltier, 
surmounted  by  a  spear,  in  pale,  ppr.  51.  10 

BESILES,  or  BESILLS,  in  hand  a  bunch  of  grapes, 
all  ppr.  155.  13 

BESOOK,  on  a  mural  coronet,  a  beaver,  passant. 
ppr.  comp.  33.  12 

BESSELL,  a  demi-lion,  affrontee,  in  each  paw  a 
slip  of  columbine,  ppr.,  flowered,  purp. 

see  plate  44 

BEST,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  or,  an  ostrich- 
head,  ar.,  in  mouth  a  cross  crosslet,  gold. 

see  plate  108 

BEST,  Kent,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  an  os- 
trich-head, between  wings,  ar.,  in  mouth  a 
cross  crosslet,  gold.  comp.  108.  II 

BEST,  Glouc.  and  Kent,  out  of  a  ducal  coro- 
net, or,  an  ostrich- head,  between  wings,  ar. 
comp.  108.  ii 

BEST,  a  griffin's  head,  erased.  88.  7 

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  117 

BEST,  Lond.,  a  peacock,  wings  elevated,  or, 
in  beak  a  serpent,  re  flexed  over  back,  az. 

117.   8 

BEST,  Baron  WYNFORD.    See  WYNFORD. 

BEST,    South   Dalton,  Yorks.,   a   cubit   arm, 
vested  and  cuffed,  in  hand  a  falchion,  ppr. 
comp.  159.  7 

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.  1 59.  7 

BEST  of  Eastbury,  Surr.,  a  griffin's  head, 
erased,  sa.  Hand  nomine  tantum.  88.  7 

BEST  of  Chilston,  Kent,  out  of  a  mural  coro- 
net, or,  a  demi-ostrich,  ar.,  in  beak  a  cross 
crosslet,  fitched,  gold.  comp.  1 08.  II 

BEST  of  Park  House,  Kent,  same  crest. 

BESTE,  Middleton-Quernhow,  Yorks.,  a  sinister 
arm,  couped  and  embowed,  in  hand  a  bow. 

147.   I 

BESTNEY,  Herts.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a 
demi-griffin,  ar.  86.  2 

BESTON,  a  demi-talbot,  in  mouth  an  arrow. 

61.  4 

BESTORICKE,  or  BESTORIKE,  a  demi-talbot,  in 
mouth  an  arrow.  61.  4 

BESTOW,  Eng.,  a  crescent,  ar.  140.   2 

BESTROE,  and  BESTROW,  an  elephant's  head, 
erased.  24.  9 

BESVILLE,  a  dragon's  head,  erased,  gu.    89.  5 

BES  WICK,  Lond.  and  Kent,  a  demi-lion,  ppr., 
between  paws  a  bezant.  43.  15 

BESWICK  of  Beswick,  Kent,  a  demi-lion,  ppr., 
double-queued,  between  paws  a  bezant. 

comp.  40.  9,  and  43.   1 5 

BESWICK  of  Gristhorpe,  Yorks.,  a  demi-lion, 


rampant,     or,     between    paws    a     bezant. 
Denique.  ccelum.  43.  15 

BESWICK  of  Winnington,  Chesh.,  a  demi-lion, 
or,  between  paws  a  bezant.  43.  15 

BETAGH,  Iri.,  two  anchors,  in  saltier.      94.  3 

BETENHAM,  or  BETNAM,  Kent,  a  bear's  head, 
erased,  sa.,  muzzled,  or.  28.  2 

BETENSON,  BETTENSON,  or  BETTERSON,  Kent, 
a  lion's  head,  erased,  sa.,  collared,  ar.  Qui 
sera  sera.  49.  12 

BETENSON,  Devons.,  a  griffin's  head,  couped, 
ppr.  87.  6 

BETHAM,  Bucks.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or, 
an  elephant's  head,  ar.  24.  12 

BETHELL,  Dors.,  a  demi-eagle,  wings  displayed, 
az.,  charged  on  body  with  an  etoile  of  six 
points,  or.  comp.  101.  13 

BETHELL,  Heref.  and  Yorks.,  between  wings, 
displayed,  az.,  an  eagle's  head,  couped,  of 
the  same,  charged  on  neck  with  an  etoile, 
or.  comp.  1 02.  13 

BETHELL,  York  and  Hants.,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  or,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  sa.  3.  3 

BETHELL,  or  BYTHELL,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 
or,  a  boar's  head  and  neck,  couped,  ar.  3.  3 

BETHUNE,  Bart.,  Sco.,  an  otter's  head,  erased, 
ppr.  I)ebonnair.  27.  4 

BETHUNE,  an  otter's  head,  couped,  ppr.   Urbane. 

27.  2 

BETHUNE,  Sco.,  an  otter's  head,  couped,  ar. 
Debonnair.  27.  2 

BETHUNE  of  Blebo,  Sco.,  an  otter,  issuing,  ar. 
Debonnair.  34.  7 

BETHUNE  of  Nethertarvit,  a  physician's  quad- 
rangular cap,  sa.  Resolutio  cauta.  156.  9 

BETHWATER,  a  fawn's  head,  cabossed,  or, 
without  horns.  84.  I 

BETON,  BEATON,  BETTON,  and  BETUNE,  a  lion, 
passant,  sa.  Fortis  in  arduis.  36.  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.  76.  4 

BETSON  of  Contle,  Sco.,  a  bridge  of  three 
arches,  ppr.  Pro  patria.  24.  4 

BETSWORTH,  out  of  a  tower,  ar.,  a  demi-lion, 
or,  ducally  crowned,  in  dexter  a  battle-axe, 
az.  comp.  24.  6 

BETTENSON,  or  BETTINSON,  Kent,  a  lion's  head, 
erased,  sa. ,  collared,  ar.  Q, ui  sera  sera. 

49.   12 

BETTES,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  buck's 
head,  gu.,  attired,  gold,  collared,  ar., 
charged  with  three  cinquefoils.  comp.  83.  I 

BETTES,  Hants.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
bull's  head,  ar.  14.  2 

BETTESWORTH,  Tyning,  Suss.,  on  stump  of  tree, 
vert,  a  lion,  sejant,  in  dexter  a  battle-axe, 
gu.  comp.  38.  5 

BETTIE,  or  BETTY,  Eng.,  a  goat's  head,  erased, 
collared,  ppr.  .  comp.  55.  2 

BETTISON,  Warw.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  sa., 
collared,  ar.  Qui  sera  sera.  49.  12 

BETTON  of  Overton,  Salop,  a  demi-lion,  ram- 
pant. Nunquam  non  paratus.  44.  14 

BETTON,  Eng., a  demi-bear,  rampant,  ppr.   28.  5 

BETTS,  Eng.,  a  leopard,  passant,  gardant,  ppr. 

ii.  6 

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. 

83.    I 

BETTSWORTH,  out  of  a  tower,  ar.,  a  demi-lion, 
rampant,  crowned,  az.,  in  paws  a  battle- 
axe,  handle,  or,  headed,  ar.  comp.  24.  6 

BETTY,  a  demi-lion,  in  dexter  a  crescent,  ar. 

see  plate  44 

BETUNE,  Eng.,  a  demi-bear,  rampant.     28.   5 

BEUFO,  a  beech-tree,  with  a  saw  through  it, 
ppr.  comp.  25.  II 

BEUGO,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  wielding 
a  scimitar,  all  ppr.  Q;ui  nos  vincet  ? — and — 
Pro  Deo,  patria,  et  rege.  12 1.  6 

BEUZEVTLL,  a  lion's  head,  ppr.,  semee-de- 
plates.  comp.  44.  5 

BEVAN,  or  BEVIN,  Cornw.,  a  griffin,  passant, 
or.  77.  13 

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  77 

BEVANS,  or  BEVAINS,  Eng.,  a  weaver's  shuttle, 
in  pale,  threaded,  ppr.  66.  12 

BEVELEY,  a  bull's  head,  sa.,  ducally  crowned, 
or.  comp.  14.  2 

BEVEREHAM,  Iri.,  out  of  a  corqnet,  or,  an 
arm,  in  armour,  in  hand  a  sword,  ppr. 

120.   9 

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.  15.  6 

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.  38.  5 

BEVERLEY,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  wolf,  passant, 
ar.,  pierced  through  neck  with  an  arrow, 
ppr.  see  plate  62 

BEVERS,  a  demi-wyvern,  vert,  armed,  gu. 

89.   ii 

BEVERSHAM,  Holbrook  -  Hall,  Suff.,  out  of  a 
tower,  ar. ,  a  demi-lion,  gu.  24.  6 

BEVIL,  Eng.,  a  bull's  head,  gu.,  horned,  or. 

14.  7 

BEVILE,  Suff.,  a  dove,  volant,  with  olive-branch, 
ppr.  I  oo.  10 

BEVILL,  or  SEVILLE,  Cornw.,  a  griffin,  passant, 
gu.  '  87.  12 

BEVILLE,  Cornw.,  a  griffin,  passant,  or. 

87.  12 

SEVILLE,  Killegarth,  a  griffin,  or.  Futurum 
invisibile.  87.  12 

BEVIS,  a  pheon,  az.  89.  3 

BEW,  Eng.,  a  peacock's  head,  couped  and 
erect,  ppr.  117.  2 

BEWEHAM,  or  BEWCHAM,  Eng.,  a  hand,  issuing, 
pruning  a  vine,  ppr.  145.  6 

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  71 

BEWICKE,  Northumb.,  a  goat's  head,  erased, 
ar.,  gorged,  with  a  mural  coronet,  gu.  In 
coelo  qu/es.  comp.  55.  2  and  56.  3 

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.  130.  2 


BEWRIS,  or  BEWRYS,  a  lion's  head,  ar.,  charged 
with  two  cheverons,  sa.,  ducally  crowned, 
or.  comp.  44.  5 

BEWSHIN,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  in  lion's 
paw  a  palm-branch,  ppr.  48.  7 

BEXLEY,  Baron  (Vansittart),  upon  two  crosses, 
pattee,  ar.,  a  demi-eagle,  couped,  sa.,  wings 
elevated.  Grata  quies. 

comp.  95.   12  and  101.   13 

BEYARD,  Eng.,  on  a  tower,  ar.,  loopholes  and 
door,  sa.,  a  lion,  rampant,  gu.  22.  13 

BEYKLE,  Eng.,  a  cross  pattee,  gu.,  between 
wings,  or.  94.  6 

BEYNHAM,  Heref.,  a  beaver,  ppr.  33.    1 1 

BEYNHAM,  Hunts.,  a  raven,  ppr.  1 14.   10 

BEYNON  of  Bath,  a  lion,  rampant,  ppr.,  be- 
tween paws  a  rose,  or,  barbed,  vert. 

see  plate  42 

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.  41. 
8.  (2.)  For  Batley.  a  griffin's  head,  erased, 
pean,  in  beak  a  mill-rind. 

BEYNTON,  Eng.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  sa. 

88.   7 

BICKERSTAFFE,  the  sun  surmounted  of  a  uni- 
corn, rampant,  ppr.  73-6 

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.  159.  4.  (2.)  For  Hussey, 
a  hind,  passant,  ppr.,  ducally  gorged  and 
chained,  or.  Pro  Deo  et  rege.  see  plate  85 

BICKERTON,  Bart.,  Upwood,  Hunts.,  an  arm, 
in  armour,  embowed,  in  hand  a  dagger,  all 
ppr.  159.  4 

BICKERTON,  a  martlet,  or.  119.  5 

BICKLEY,  Attleborough,  Norf.,  a  hind's  head, 
ppr.,  collared,  ar.  85.  8 

BICKLIFE,  Lond.,  a  hind's  head,  ppr.,  collared, 
ar.  85.  8 

BICKNALL,  or  BICKNELL,  Eng..  an  angel  pray- 
ing, between  two  branches  of  laurel,  in  orle. 

139-    I 

BICKNALL,  or  BICKNELL,  a  dragon's  head, 
couped,  collared.  comp.  89.  4 

BICKNOLL,  a  dragon's  head,  erased,  vert. 

comp.  89.  4 

BICKNOR,  BICKENOR,  or  BYKENORE,  a  pheon, 

erm.  89.  3 

BICKWITH,  Yorks.,  a  stag's  head.  83.   13 

BlDDELL,    BlDDLE,     or    BlDDELLE,     Glouc.,     a 

demi-heraldic  tiger,  rampant,  gu.,  ducally 
gorged,  or.     Deus  clypeus  meus.  64.  4 

BIDDULPH,  MYDDELTON,  of  Chirk  Castle,  Den- 
bigh :  (i.)  For  Biddulph,  a  wolf,  salient,  ar., 
charged  on  shoulder  with  a  trefoil,  slipped, 
vert.  comp.  62.  4.  (2.)  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.  62.  4.  (2.)  A  wolf, 
sejant,  regardant,  ar.,  vulned  on  shoulder, 
gu.  Sublimiora  petimus.  comp.  19.  8 

BIDDULPH,  Bart,  Westcombe.  Kent,  a  wolf, 
sejant,  ar.,  vulned  in  shoulder,  ppr. 

comp.  19.  8 

BIDDULPH,  WRIGHT-,  of  Burton  Park,  Suss. : 


BID 


42 


BIN 


(l.l  A  wolf,  salient,  ar.   62.  4.     (2.)  Out  of 
a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  dragon's  head,  ppr. 

90.    12 

BIDDULPH,  Cleve  Court,  Somers.,  a  wolf, 
salient,  ar.  62.  4 

BIDGOOD,  Exeter,  Devons.,  in  dexter  hand, 
erect,  in  armour,  or,  an  adder,  ppr. 

comp.  152.  4  and  155-   J I 

BIDLAKE,  Somers.,  a  cock,  in  beak  a  trefoil, 
all  ppr.  93-  9 

BIDON,  Eng.,  between  wings,  a  lion,  rampant, 

40.   10 

BIDULPH,  Kent,  a  wolf,  salient,  ar.,  vulned  on 
shoulder,  gu.  comp.  62.  4 

BIDWELL,  or  BTDEWELL,  Devons.,  in  hand, 
couped,  in  fess,  a  curling-stone.  133.  6 

BIDWELL,  a  martlet.  119.  4 

BIE,  two  oak -branches,  in  saltier,  ppr.    54.    10 

BIELBY,  a  hawk,  close,  ppr.  104.   2 

BIEST,  Eng.,  a  fetterlock,  ppr.  77.  5 

BIFIELD,  or  BYFIELD,  Lond.,  a  cross  crosslet, 
fitched,  gu.,  between  two  palm-branches, 
vert.  127.  3 

BIG,  BIGG,  or  BIGGE,  three  savages'  heads 
conjoined  in  one  neck,  one  looking  to  sinis- 
ter, one  to  dexter,  and  one  upward,  wreathed, 
vert.  135.  14 

BIG,  BIGG,  or  BIGGE,  Ess.,  a  cockatrice's  head, 
couped,  beaked,  and  crowned,  or,  wings, 
displayed,  vert.  comp.  92.  10 

BIGBERRY,  Ess.,  in  hand  a  leg,  in  armour, 
couped  above  knee,  and  spurred,  all  ppr. 

67.   10 

BIGG,  Hants.,  a  rhinoceros,  ppr.  31.  4 

BIGG,  an  arm,  einbowed,  vested,  couped  at 
shoulder,  in  hand  a  serpent,  ppr.,  tail  en- 
vironing arm.  comp.  152.  4  and  1 55.  II 

BIGG,  Iping,  Suss.,  and  Arnwood,  Hants.,  an 
eagle's  head,  couped,  ducally  crowned,  be- 
tween wings,  elevated.  comp.  102.  13 

BIGG,  Eng.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  seven 
Lochaber  axes,  ppr.  132.  4 

BIGGAR,  Sco.,  a  pelican's  head,  couped,  ppr. 
Giving  and  forgiving.  102.  9 

BIGGAR,  or  BIGGER,  a  pelican's  head,  vulning, 
ppr.  103.  ii 

BIGGE,  of  Linden,  Northumb.,  a  cockatrice's 
head,  turreted,  or,  wings  erect,  az.  see  plate  92 

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.  1 02.    13 

BIGGS  of  Stockton,  Wilts.,  a  leopard's  face, 
ppr.  47.  2 

BIGGS,  Lond.,  a  leopard's  face,  gu.  47.   2 

BIGGS,  a  griffin's  head,  erased.  88.   7 

BIGGS,  Lond.,  a  lamb,  couchant,  ar. 

BIGGS,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand,  charged  with  a 
beiidlet,  ar.,  a  serpent,  vert.  155.  n 

BIGLAND,  Suff.,  a  lion,  passant.  36.    13 

BIGNELL,  Eng.,  a  wyvern,  gu.,  wings  elevated 
and  addorsed,  or,  dexter  on  an  anchor, 
gold.  comp.  91.  ii 

BIGOT,  or  BIGOTT,  Eng.,  a  martlet,  sa.     119.  4 

BIGWOOD,  Eng.,  in  hand,  erect,  issuing  from 
a  cloud,  a  club,  in  bend  sinister.  155.  5 

BILESBY  of  Bilesby,  Line.,  a  lion's  head,  erased, 
ar.  47.  13 

BILL,  Eng.,  a  stork's  head,  erased,  ppr.     1 16.  3 

BILLAM  of  Newall  Hall,  Yorks. ,  a  dexter  arm, 
in  hand  an  arrow,  ppr.  Azincourt.  156.  6 


BILLCLIFFE,  Targanby,  Kent,  a  naked  arm, 
erect,  in  hand  a  battle-axe,  all  ppr.  156.  14 

BILLERS,  a  snail  in  shell,  ppr.  6.  4 

BILLESWORTH,  a  squirrel,  sejant,  cracking  a 
nut,  all  ppr.,  collared,  or.  58.  12 

BILLET,  or  BILLOT,  an  arm  in  armour,  in  hand 
a  baton.  153.  12 

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.  2.  7 

BILLING,  a  mount,  sernee  of  quatrefoils. 

134.   II 

BILLING,  or  BILLINGE,  a  buck,  passant,  ppr. 

79-  4 
BILLINGHAM,  Eng.,  a  lion,  rampant,  ppr. 

41.   12 
BILLINGHAM,  a  lion,  rampant,  double-queued, 

ar.  40.  9 

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.  96.  7  and  10 

BILLINGS,  Beds.,  an  arm,  embowed,  vested,  in 

hand  a  covered  cup.  67.    12 

BILLINGSLEY,    on   a   mount,   vert,  a  leopard, 

couchant,  or,  spotted,  sa. 

comp.  plates  ii,  12,  and  14 
BILNEY,   Norf.,   a  demi-griffin,  ar.,   beweeen 

paws  a  buckle,  sa.  see  plate  86 

BILSDON,  Eng.,  a  ram's  head,  couped,  or.   57.  8 
BILSON,  or  BILLSON,  Hants.,  a  bugle -horn,  or, 

stringed,  ar.,  and  tasselled,  gold.  I.   13 

BINCKES,  BINCKS,  or  BINKS,  a  winged  column, 

gu.  132.   i 

BINDLEY,  or  BINDLY,  out  of  a  mural  coronet, 

a  dexter  arm,  embowed,  wielding  a  sword, 

ppr.  1 20.  9 

BINDLOSS,  a  demi-horse,  ar.  72.  10 

BINDLOSSE,   Borwick,  Lane.,  and  Westm.,  a 

demi-horse,  ar.,  ducally  gorged,  az. 

comp.   72.   10 
BiNDON,  Iri.,  on  amount,  vert,  a  bull,  passant, 

ar.  15.   12 

BING,  Kent,  a  demi-pegasus,  regardant,  winged, 

or,  holding  in  pale  a  flag,  gu.  71.   12 

BINGE,  Kent,  an  antelope,  erm.,  attired,  or. 

82.   10 
BINGHAM,  Lord  Clanmorris,  an  eagle,  wings 

addorsed,  ppr.     Spes  mea  Christus. 

comp.  99.  6 
BINGHAM  of  Bingham  Melcombe,  Dorset,  on  a 

rock,   ppr.,  an  eagle,  rising,  or.     Spes  mea 

Christus.  100.   12 

BINGHAM,   Dors.,   on  a  rock,  ppr.,  an  eagle, 

rising,  or.  100.   12 

BINGHAM.     See  Luc  AN,  Earl  of. 
BINGLEY,  a  cross  crosslet,  charged  with  escal- 
lop, between  wings.  93.  5 
BINGLEY,    Eng.,    a   bear's   head,    erased,  ar., 

muzzled    and   collared,    gu.,    studded   and 

ringed,  or.  comp.  28.   2 

BINGLEY,  Middx.  and  Flintshire,  a  pheon,  ar., 

between  wings,  or,  backed  by  a  pellet. 
BINGLEY,  a  phoenix  in  flames,  ppr.        roi.   10 
BINKS,  Durh.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  between 

wings,  all  or.  49-  6 

BINKS,  Eng.,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  ducally 

gorged,  in  beak  a  pheon.  103.  4 


BIN 


43 


BINNING  of  Walliford,  Sco.,  a  demi-horse,  fur- 
nished for  a  waggon,  ppr.  Christo  duce 
felicite.  72-  5 

BINNING  of  Carloury  Hall,  Sco.,  a  horse's 
head,  furnished  for  a  waggon,  ppr.  Virtute 
doloque.  72-  5 

BINNS,  Wore.,  a  martlet.    Lahore  et  diligentia. 

119.  4 

BINNS,  a  mortar,  mounted,  ppr.  131.  4 

BINNS,  Iri.,  in  hand  a  close  helmet,  az.     126.  3 

BINNY,  or  BINNEY,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand  a 
sword,  in  pale,  az.  122.  12 

BINNY  of  Fearn,  Sco.,  a  horse's  head,  ar., 
bridled,  gu.  Virtute  et  opera.  72.  7 

BINNY,  or  BINNIE,  Sco.,  a  horse's  head,  bridled, 
ppr.  Virtute  et  opera.  72.  7 

BIRCH,  a  hare,  current,  sa.     Libertas.       58.   8 

BIRCH,  Birch-Hall,  Lane.,  Line.,  and  Lond., 
a  fleur-de-lis,  ar.,  entwined  by  a  serpent, 
ppr.  ill.  5 

BIRCH,  Lane,  and  Salop,  a  demi-bird,  wings 
displayed,  sa.  1 02.  12 

BIRCH  of  Wretham  Hall,  Norf.,  a  fleur-de-lis, 
with  shamrock  and  serpent  entwined,  ppr. 
Prudentia  et  simplicitate.  in.  5 

BIRCH,  NEWELL-,  of  Henley  Park,  Oxford, 
same  crest  and  motto. 

BIRCHETT,  Rye,  Suss.,  a  tiger,  sejant,  vert, 
ducally  gorged  and  maned,  or.  see  plate  9 

BIRCHILL  of  Birchill,  Chesh.,  a  lion,  rampant, 
az.,  supporting  a  tree,  vert.  see  plate  41 

BIRD  of  Drybridge,  Heref.,  a  martlet,  gu. 
Cruce  spes  mea.  119.  5 

BIRD,  Chesh.,  a  martlet,  ppr.  119.  5 

BIRD,  on  a  dolphin,  ppr.,  an  eagle,  or,  wings 
expanded.  see  plate  68 

BIRD,  Westminster,  a  ring-dove,  ppr.,  resting 
dexter  on  a  rose,  or.  see  plate  1 06 

BIRD,  Lond.  and  Warw.,  a  greyhound's  head, 
vert,  erased,  gu.,  gorged  with  a  dove-tailed 
collar,  or.  comp.  20.  4 

BIRD,  Derb.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  stump  of  tree, 
couped  and  eradicated,  thereon  a  falcon, 
wings  addorsed,  all  ppr.  see  plate  104 

BIRD,  out  of  an  eastern  coronet,  a  demi-lion, 
in  dexter  a  cro^s  crosslet.  comp.  48.  7 

BIRKBECK,  Lond. :  (i.)  A  bow,  erect,  entwined 
by  oak-branch,  ppr.,  acorned,  or.  (2. )  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.  54. 9 

BIRKBY,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up,  erm.,  a 
garb,  or,  banded,  ar.  12.  7 

BIRKENHEAD,  Backford,  Chesh.,  a  goat,  salient, 
ar.,  attired,  or,  resting  fore-feet  on  a  garb, 
gold.  see  plate  56 

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.  13.  9 

BIRKET,  and  BIRKETT,  Eng.,  on  a  hand,  couped 
at  wrist,  an  eagle,  rising,  ppr.  see  plate  99 

BIRLE,  Ess.,  an  arm,  couped  at  shoulder,  in 
fess,  vested,  in  hand  a  cross  formee,  fitched, 
or,  an  arm  three  torteaux.  comp.  103.  8 
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.  4.  5- 


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.  52.  8 

BIRMINGHAM,  a  goat's  head,  erased.          55.   2 
BIRN,  Iri.,  a  dexter  hand,  couped,  gu.      153.  7 
BIRNAL,  or  BIRNALL,  a  greyhound's  head,  be- 
tween two  roses,  stalked  and  leaved.     1 8.  2 
BIRNEY,  Broomhill,  Sco.,  a  lion's  head,  erased, 
gu.     Sapere  aude,  incipe.  47.   13 

BIRNEY,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand,  ppr.,  an  anchor, 
erect,  or,  environed  with  clouds,  ppr.  Arcus, 
artes,  astra.  140.  6 

BIRNEY,  and  BIRNIE,  in  dexter  hand  an  anchor, 
erect.  2.  I 

BIRNIE,  a  demi-lion,  rampant.  44.    14 

BIRON,  Eng.,  a  mermaid,  with  glass  and  comb, 
ppr.  Crede  Byron.  32.  5 

BIRRELL,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
brandishing  scimitar,  all  ppr.  121.  6 

BIRTE,  Devons.,  a  dexter  arm,  embowed,  issu- 
ing from  a  cloud,  in  sinister,  in  hand  a  gar- 
land, all  ppr.  141.  3 
BIRTLES  of  Birtles,  Chesh.,  on  sinister  side  of 
a  tree,  vert,  a  lion,  rampant,  az.     see  plate  40 
BISCHOFF,  Basle,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  or. 

44.  14 

BISCHOFF,  Basle,  a  crosier,  erect,  or.        1 50.  9 
BISET,    Sco.,    stump    of    oak-tree    shooting 
branches,  ppr.     Exitus  acta  probat.     26.   1 3 
BiSH,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  a  demi-lion,  ram- 
pant. 45.  6 
BISHOP,  Sco.,   on  a  chapeau,  a  lion,  passant, 
gardant,  ducally  crowned.          comp.  37.   10 
BISHOP,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  sa.,  between 
two  laurel  branches,  vert.             see  plate  88 
BISHOP,  Devons.,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  gu. 
and  or,  counterchanged.                       1 02.   10 
BISHOP  of  Holway,  an  eagle's  head,  erased. 

102.   10 

BISHOP,  Dors,  and  Somers.,  an  eagle's  head, 
erased,  beaked,  gold.  102.  10 

BISHOP,  Evesham,  Wore.,  out  of  a  mural  coro- 
net, ar.,  a  griffin's  head,  sa.,  beaked,  or. 

comp.  88.  3 

BISHOP,  Bart.,  Suss.,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
griffin,  sejant,  resting  dexter  on  an  escut- 
cheon, ar.  88.   12 
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.  148.  3 

BISPHAM,  Lane.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up, 

erm.,  a  lion,  passant,  ar.,  resting  dexter  on 

an  escutcheon.  see  plate  37 

BISPLEAM,  Eng.,  a  stag's  head,  cabossed,  erm., 

attired,  or.  84.   2 

Biss,  Eng.,  an  eagle,  preying  on  a  partridge, 

all  ppr.  97.  9 

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.  1 02.   12 

BISSET,  Eng. ,  trunk  of  oak-tree,  sprouting,  ppr. 

Reviresco.  26.    1 3 

BISSET,  stump  of  tree,   eradicated,   a  branch 

sprouting,  j>pr.     Re^ullulut.  26.   13 


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44 


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BISSET,  in  hand,  couped,  in  fess,  a  sword,  in 
pale,  on  point  a  garland  of  laurel,  all  ppr. 

128.  7 

BISSET,  Sco.,  trunk  of  tree,  ppr.,  a  shield,  ar., 
pendent  from  branches.  Revircscit.  26.  12 

BISSHOPP,  Parham  Park,  Suss.,  on  a  ducal 
coronet,  or,  a  griffin,  sejant,  ar.,  resting 
dexter  on  an  escutcheon.  Pro  .Deo  et  ecdesia. 

88.   12 

BISSHE.  Ess.,  a  hind,  trippant,  ar.  85.   7 

BISSHOPP,  Baron,  of  Harringworth  :  (i.)  On  a 
ducal  coronet,  or,  a  griffin,  sejant,  ar.,  rest- 
ing fore-dexter  on  an  escutcheon,  of  the 
last.  88.  12.  (2).  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.  14-7 

BISTLEY,  Eng.,  a  doric  column,  or.         132.   3 

BISTLEY,  a  cross  pattee,  gu.,  between  wings, 
or.  94.  6 

BITSON,  a  bridge  of  three  arches,  ppr.       24.  4 

BITFIELD,  a  demi-wolf,  rampant,  pierced 
through  shoulder  and  transfixed  by  a  flag- 
staff, comp.  19.  7 

BITTERLEY,  Cowdrey,  Suss.,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  in  hand,  vested,  the  sun,  ppr.  151*  I 

BLAAUW,  Suss.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  ar. 
Festina  lente.  44.  14 

BLABLEY,  Devons.,  a  tiger's  head,  erased,  ar., 
out  of  rays,  or.  comp.  10.  6 

BLACHFORD,  Eng.,  a  demi-swan,  rising,  wings 
expanded,  ar.,  gutte'e,  az.  75.  3 

BLACK,  Sco.,  a  demi-lion,  ppr.  Non  crux,  sed 
lux.  44.  14 

BLACK,  Eng. ,  a  reindeer's  head,  ppr. ,  collared. 

83.   12 

BLACK,  Lond.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
ppr.,  in  hand  a  scimitar,  ar.  Spe  vires 
augentur.  121.  6 

BLACK,  Eng.,  an  arm,  embowed,  vested,  pur- 
fled  at  shoulder,  in  hand,  in  pale,  a  branch 
of  palm,  ppr.  1 54.  8 

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.  10.  6 

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.  135.  5 

BLACKBURN,  Orford  Hall,  Lane.,  an  antelope's 
head,  erased,  ar.  82.  6 

BLACKBURN,  Sco.,  an  arm,  couped  at  shoulder, 
embowed,  in  hand  a  bomb-shell,  fired,  ppr. 

142.  8 

BLACKBURN,  Waveri;ree  Hall,  Lane.,  and 
Hawford  Lodge,  near  Wore.,  on  a  trumpet, 
or,  a  cock,  statant,  ppr.  94.  n 

BLACKBURNE  of  Orford,  Lane.,  same  crest. 

BLACKE,  Suff.  and  Ess.,  a  hand,  couped. 

134-   14 

BLACKENSTEINER,  out  of  a  crown,  or,  a  plume 
of  three  feathers,  the  centre,  ar.,  the  others, 
gu.  co;xp.  109.  3 

BLACKER  of  Carrick  Blacker,  In'.,  an  arm,  in 
armour,  in  hand  a  battle-axe,  ppr.  Pro  Deo 
et  rege.  154.  10 


BLACKER,  a  nag's  head,  couped,  az.,  bridled, 
or.  72.  7 

BLACKER,  Bucks,  and  Wilts.,  two  lions'  heads, 
erased,  collared,  and  addorsed.  49.  5 

BLACKER,  Bucks.,  a  horse's  head,  couped,  az., 
bridled,  or.  72.  7 

BLACKESTON,  or  BLACKISTON,  Durh.,  a  cock, 
or.  94.  1 2 

BLACKET,  Bart.,  Matfen,  Northumb.,  a  hawk's 
head,  erased,  ppr.  Nous  travaillerons  en 
Vesp6rance.  103.  3 

BLACKET,  a  hawk's  head,  couped,  ppr. 

comp.  107.   12 

BLACKET,  or  BLACKETT,  Northumb.,  and  Cal- 
verly,  Yorks.,  a  falcon's  head,  erased,  ppr. 
Nous  travaillerons  en  Vesperance.  1 03.  3 

BLACKETT,  of  Wylam,  Northumb.,  a  hawk's 
head,  erased,  ppr.  Nous  travaillerons  dans 
Vesperance.  103.  3 

BLACKFORD,  Eng ,  a  demi-swan,  wings  ex- 
panded, ar.  '75-3 

BLACKBALL,  Sco.,  an  annulet,  or,  stoned,  vert. 

2.   10 

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.  19.  6 

BLACKISTON,  Lond.,  a  cock,  or.  94.  12 

BLACKLEY,  or  BLAKEY,  Blackley  Hall,  Lane.,  a 
dragon's  head,  vert,  ducally  gorged,  or.  90.  7 

BLACKMAN,  a  demi-moor,  in  fetters,  crowned 
with  an  eastern  coronet. 

BLACKMAN,  Lond.,  a  griffin,  erm.  87.   12 

BLACKMAN,  and  BLACKMANE,  a  demi-griffin, 
segreant,  erm.  86.  13 

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.  131.  15 

BLACKMORE,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
ppr.,  garnished,  or,  supporting  a  standard- 
banner,  gold,  staff  of  the  first,  pointed,  ar. 

122.    15 

BLACKMORE,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  an  arm, 

in  armour,  embowed,    ppr.,   garnished,  or, 

without  sword.  120.   9 

BLACKMORE,   Eng.,    a   demi-griffin,    segreant, 

erm.  86.   1 3 

BLACKNELL,  an  arm,  embowed,  vested,  gu.,  in 

hand  four  feathers. 
BLACKNEY,  or  BLACKENEY,  a  harpy,  gardant, 

ppr.  32.   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.  54.  9 

BLACKSTONE,  and  BLACKSTON,  Eng.,  a  cock, 

gu.  94.   12 

BLACKW ALL,  Lond.,  in  dexter  hand,  gauntleted, 

a  pheon,  all  ppr.  133.  2 

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.  119.  4 

BLACKWELL,  Sprouston  Hall,  Norf.,  a  swan's 

head  and  neck,  erased,  ar.,  ducally  gorged, 

or.  see  plate  106 


BLA 


45 


BLACKWELL,  a  dove,  issuing.  75-  8 

BLACKWELL,  or  BLACKWALL,  two  arms,  in  mail, 
embowed,  ppr.,  between  hands,  ar.,  a  grey- 
hound's head,  couped,  sa.,  collared. 

comp.  147.  7 

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.  86.   I 

BLACKWELL,  Middx.,  a  demi-lion,  between 
paws  an  anchor,  ppr.  Petit  ardua  virtus. 

42.  9 

BLACKWILL,  a  demi-lion,  between  paws  an 
anchor,  ppr.  42.  9 

BLACKWOOD,  Bart.,  the  sun  rising  from  behind 
a  cloud,  all  ppr.  Per  rias  rcctas.  7.  I 

BLACKWOOD,  Iri.,  Baron,  the  sun  in  splendour. 
Per  vias  rectas.  7-  Io 

BLACKWOOD,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  couteau  sword, 
ppr.  Virtute  parta  tuemini.  158.  9 

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.  20.  4 

BLADERIKE,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  struck 
through  mouth  with  a  sword,  in  fess,  all 
ppr.  c+mp.  49.  13 

BLADES,  Broxwell  Hall,  Surr.,  a  demi-tiger, 
rampant,  gardant,  ppr.,  supporting  a  staff 
with  banner,  az.,  fringed,  or.  see  plate  9 

BLADES,  Yorks.,  a  talbot's  head,  erased,  sa. 

61.  2 

BLADEWELL,  or  BLADWELL,  Staffs,  and  Norf., 
a  demi-lion.  44.  14 

BLADFORD,  Dors.,  in  dexter  hand  a  pistol,  ppr. 

127.  8 

BLAGE,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up, 
erm.,  a  martlet,  ar.  119.  8 

BLAGE,  on  a  broken  tilting-spear,  or,  a  lion, 
passant,  ar.,  crowned,  gold. 

BLAGBAVE,  Eng.,  a  falcon,  ppr.  104.  2 

BLAGBAVE,  Bullnash-Court,  Berks.,  an  oak- 
tree,  eradicated,  vert.  26.  13 

BLAGEOVE,  a  palm-tree,  fructed,  ppr.        25.   I 

BLAGBAVE  of  Colcot  Park,  Berks.:  (i.)  A  fal- 
con, ppr.,  belled,  or.  104.  2.  (2.)  An  oak- 
tree,  eradicated,  ppr.  26.  13.  (3.)  Three 
palm- branches,  ppr.  Pro  marte  et  arte. 

BLAIKIE,  or  BLACKIE,  Sco.,  a  wolf's  head, 
erased,  ppr.  Virtute  et  fidelitate.  19.  6 

BLAIKIE  of  Craigiebuckler,  Sco.,  a  moor's  head, 
ppr.  Fidelia.  134.  13 

BLAIN,  BLAINE,  or  B LEAN,  a  sword,  in  pale,  az., 
hilt  and  pommel,  or.  Pax  aut  bellum.  65.  6 

BLAIR,  HUNTER-,  Wigtownshire,  Bart,  a  stag's 
head,  cabossed,  ppr.  Vigilantia,  robur, 
voluptas.  84.  2 

BLAIR,  FORDYCE-,  of  Blair,  Ayr,  a  stag,  lodged, 
ppr.  A  mo  probos.  80.  9 

BLAIR  of  Balthayock,  Perth,  a  dove,  wings 
expanded,  ppr.  Virtute  tutus.  99.  1 1 

BLAIR,  Sco.,  a  garb,  ppr.    Virtute  tutus.  12.   13 

BLAIB,  Balmill,  Sco.,  a  Roman  head,  armed, 
ppr.  Fades  qualis  mens  talis.  135.  8 

BLAIB,  Sco.,  a  crescent,  ar.     God  be  my  guide. 

140.  2 

BLAIB,  Sco.,  an  eagle,  rising,  ppr.  Virtute 
tutus.  98.  10 

BLAIB,  Lethendy,  Sco.,  a  garb,  ppr.  Nee 
temere,  nee  timide.  12.  13 

BLAIR,  Iri.,  a  stag,  lodged,  ppr.  80.  9 


BLA 

BLAIR,  a  boar's  head,  couped.  3.  9 

BLAIR  of  Borgue,  Sco.,  a  dove,  wings  expanded, 
ppr.  Virtute  et  honore.  99.  1 1 

BLAIR  of  Dunsky,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  ppr. 
Virtute  et  honore.  3.  9 

BLAKE,  Wilts.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up, 
erm.,  a  martlet,  sa.  119.  8 

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  119 

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  3 

BLAKE,  Bart.,  Langham,  Suff.,  a  leopard,  pas- 
sant, ppr.  9.  13  or  14 

BLAKE,  Bart.,  a  cat,  passant,  gardant,  ppr. 
Virtus  sola  nobUitas.  comp.  63.  12 

BLAKE,  Ess.,  a  dragon's  head,  erased,  ar.,  pel- 
lette"e.  89.  4 

BLAKE,  Wilts.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up, 
erin.,  a  martlet,  sa.  119.  8 

BLAKE,  Suff.,  a  mountain-cat,  passant,  gardant, 
ppr.  comp.  63.  10 

BLAKE,  a  mountain-cat,  passant,  ppr.  Virtus 
sola  nobUitat.  comp.  63.  1 2 

BLAKE,  JEX-  Norf. :  (i.)  A  horse's  head,  erased, 
ar.,  maned,  or,  in  mouth  a  broken  spear, 
gold.  comp.  72.  8.  (2.)  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.  135.  5 

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.  159.  7 

BLAKENEY,  Iri.,  out  of  a  plume  of  three  ostrich- 
feathers,  an  eagle,  rising,  ppr.  101.  3 

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.  32.  ii 

BLAKER,  Salisbury,  Wilts.,  a  demi- horse,  sa., 
ducally  gorged,  or.  see  plate  72 

BLAKER,  Portslade,  Suss.,  a  horse's  head,  sa., 
maned  and  bridled,  or.  72.  7 

BLAKES,  Bart.,  Iri.,  a  mountain-cat,  passant, 
gardant,  ppr.  Virtus  sola  nobUitas. 

comp.  63.   10 

BLAKESTON,  or  BLAKISTON,  Durh. ,  a  cock,  or, 
collared,  combed,  and  wattled,  gu. 

comp.  94.  12 

BLAKISTON,  Bart.,  Lond.  and  Hants.,  acock, 
gu.  Do  well,  and  doubt  not.  94.  12 

BLAKISTON,  or  BLAKSTON,  Eng.,  a  cock,  or. 

94-  12 

BLAKIT,  Eng.,  a  falcon's  head,  erased,  ppr. 

103-  3 

BLAMIEE,  Cumb.,  a  wolf,  sejant,  ppr.,  chained, 
or.  Faire  sans  dire.  comp.  19.  8 

BLAMIRE  of  Thackwood,  Cumb.,  a  tiger,  sejant. 

9-  4 

BLAMORE,  Eng.,  a  trout,  naiant,  ppr.        5.   1 1 

BLANCHARD,  Lane.,  on  a  chapeau,  an  arm,  in 

armour,  embowed,  in  hand  a  battle-axe. 


BLA 


46 


BLANCHARD,  Wilts,  and  Somers.,  on  point  of 
sword,  in  pale,  a  mullet.  65.  4 

BLANCKAGAM,  a  dove  and  olive-branch,  ppr. 

1 06.  7 

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.  10.  6 

BLAND  of  Blandsfort,  Iri.,  out  of  a  ducal  coro- 
net, a  lion's  head,  ppr.,  charged  with  a 
crescent,  gu.  Quo  fata  vacant,  comp.  44.  6 

BLAND,  DAVISON-,  of  Kippax  Park,  Yorks.,  out 
of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  lion's  head,  ppr. 

44-  6 
BLAND,  a  griffin's  head,  couped,  collared,  wings 

addorsed.  88.    10 

BLAND,  a  holly-branch,  vert.  29.   7 

BLAND,  a  cock,  gu.  94.  12 

BLANDFORD,  Dors.,  in  hand  a  pistol,  ppr. 

127.  8 
BLANE,  Bart.,  Blanefield,  Ayrsh.,  a  sword,  in 

pale,  ppr.     Pax  aut  belium.  65.  6 

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.  65.  6 
BLANEY,  or  BLAYNEY,  Lond.,  a  horse's  head, 

couped,  ar.,  in  complete  armour,  ppr.  bridled, 

az.  71.  6 

BLANEY,    Heref.,    a  nag's  head,   couped,  ar., 

maned  and  tufted,  sa.,  bridled,  gu.  72.  7 
BLANEY,  Heref.,  a  fox,  passant,  ar.  16.  n 
BLANK,  Lond.,  a  dragon's  head,  erased,  vert, 

collared  and  chained,   ar.,  in  mouth  a  fire- 
brand, ppr.  comp.  89.  4 
BLANTYRE,  Baron  (Stewart),  Sco.,  a  dove  with 

olive-leaf,  ppr.  Sola  juvat  virtus.  106.  7 
BLAQUIER,  Baron,  a  garb,  ppr.,  banded,  or. 

Tiens  a  la  verite.  12.   13 

BLASHFORD,  a  swan,  issuant,  wings  expanded. 

76.   12 
BLATCHFORD,  a  swan's  head  and  neck,  erased, 

sa.,  between  wings,  ar.  75.   I 

BLATHWAITE,  on  a  rock,  ppr.,  an  eagle,  rising, 

ar.  103.  9 

BLATHWAYT  of  Dyrham  Park,  Gloucester,  and 

of  Langridge  and  Porlock,  Somerset,  on  a 

rock,  ppr.,  an  eagle,  rising,  ar.,  wings,  az. 

Virtute  et  veritate.  103.  9 

BLAUMESTER,  Eng.,  a  demi- savage,  holding  a 

club  over  shoulder,  all  ppr.  125.   IO 

BLAUMIRE,  Thackwood,  Cumb.,  a  tiger,  sejant, 

gu-  9-  4 

BLAVERHASSET,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand  a  hunt- 
ing horn.  152.  14 

BLAW,  Castle  Hill,  Sco.,  in  armed  hand  a 
sword,  in  pale,  ppr.  155.  7 

BLAW,  a  demi  -  lion,  rampant,  ar.  Festina 
lente.  44.  14 

BLAXTON,  Eng.,  a  goat,  passant,  or.        56.   n 

BLAYDES  of  Ranby  Hall,  Notts.,  a  talbot's 
head,  erased,  and  erect,  sa.  Pro  Deo,  rege, 
et  patria.  61.  2 

BLAYDES,  Eng.,  a  thistle,  vert,  flowered,  gu. 

2-  3 

BLAYDES,  a  demi-leopard,  salient,  ppr.,  in  dex- 
ter a  sword,  ar.  see  plate  9 
BLAYDES,    Oulton    House,    Yorks.,    a    demi- 
leopard,  collared  and  chained,  or,  in  dexter 
a  sword,  erect,  ppr.                           comp.  9.  5 
BLAYDES,  MARVEL-,  Yorks.,  a  talbot's  head, 


BLI 

erased    and    erect,    sa.     Pro    Deo,   rege,   et 
patria.  6 1.  2 

BLAYKESTON  of  Blaykeston,  Durh.,  a  cock,  or, 
crested  and  wattled,  gu.  94.  12 

BLAYNE,  Berks.,  a  greyhound's  head,  ar.,  col- 
lared, az.  1 8.  10 

BLAYNEY,  Lond.,  a  horse's  head,  couped,  ar., 
in  complete  armour,  ppr.,  bridle,  az.  71.  6 

BLAYNEY  of  The  Lodge,  Evesham,  Wore.,  a 
fox,  ar.  I  rest  to  rise.  see  plate  1 6 

BLAYNEY,  Kensham,  Heref.,  an  ermine,  pas- 
sant, ar.  33.  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. 

71.  7 

BLEAYMIRE,  an  heraldic  tiger,  sejant,  collared 
and  chained.  see  plate  64 

BLEDDYN,  or  BLEEDDYN,  a  boar,  passant,  sa., 
bristled,  ar.  4.  II 

BLEDLOW,  Lond.,  in  the  sea  an  anchor,  ppr. 

138.   12 

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.     16.  9 

BLENERHASSET,  Suff.,  a  wolf,  sejant,  gu.,  tail 
fleeted  over  back,  langued,  az.  19.  12 

BLENKINSOPP,  LEATON-,  of  Hoppyland  Castle, 
Durh.,  and  Humbleton  Hall,  Northumb.  : 
(i.)  For  Blenkinsopp,  a  lion,  rampant,  or. 
41.  12.  (2.)  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.  151.  7 

BLENNERH ASSET,  Iri.,  in  the  sea  a  pillar,  ppr. 

I36-  5 

BLENNERHASSET,  Bart.,  Iri.,  a  wolf,  sejant,  ppr. 
Fortis  fortuna  juvat.  19.  12 

BLENNERHASSETT  of  Ballyseedy,  a  wolf,  se- 
jant, ppr.  Fortis  fortuna  juvat.  19.  12 

BLENSHELL,  or  BLINSHALL,  Aberdeen,  a  holly- 
leaf,  vert.  Deo  favente florebo.  29.  7 

BLESBY,  or  BLESBIE,  Line.,  a  griffin's  head, 
erased,  or.  88.  7 

BLESET,  or  BLESSET,  Eng.,  an  eagle,  displayed, 

PPr-  95-"   13 

BLESSONE,  Eng.,  a  martlet,  ar.  119.  4 

BLETSHO,  Winington,  Beds.,  a  wolf's  head,  or, 

semee  of  hurts,  murally  gorged,  az. 

see  plate  19. 
BLEVERHASSET,  or  BLENERHASSET,  Lowdham, 

Suff.,  a  fox,  sejant,  gu.  16.  9  or  10 

BLEVERHASSET,  Norf.,  a  wolf,  sejant,  gu. 

19.    12 

BLEWET,  BLEWETT,  and  BLUET,  Cornvv.  and 
Devons.,  a  squirrel,  sejant,  or,  collared  and 
lined,  gu.,  in  paws  an  acorn,  gold,  leaved, 
vert.  comp.  58.  7 

BLEWET,  BLEWITT,  and  BLEUETT,  Eng.,  and 
Grenham,  Somers.,  a  mort  head,  ppr.  157.  8 

BLEWITT,  Lond.,  Somers.,  and  Monm.,  a  squir- 
rel, sejant,  ppr.,  eating  an  acorn,  fructed,  or. 
Spes  mea  in  Deo.  comp.  58.  7 

BLICK,  Bucks.,  a  leopard,  passant,  ar.,  semee  of 
mullets,  sa.  comp.  9.  13 

BLICK  and  BLICKE,  Eng.,  a  hawk's  lure,  az., 
ringed,  or.  66.  13 


BLI  47 


BLIGH,  or  BLIGHE,  Cornw.,  a  dexter  arm, 
couped  at  elbow,  in  hand  a  battle-axe.  1 56. 14 

BLIGH,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  or.  88.  7 

BLIGH,  Kent,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  or. 
Finem  respice.  88.  7 

BLIGH,  Earl  of  Darnley,  Iri.,  a  griffin's  head, 
erased,  or.  Finem  respice.  88.  7 

BLINCKARNE,  or  BLINCARNE,  Kent,  a  demi-lion, 
in  dexter  a  cross,  gu.  44.  7 

BLISS,  Eng.,  an  arm  from  elbow,  in  hand  a 
bundle  of  four  arrows,  points  downward. 

127.   12 

BLISS,  Chipping-Norton,  Oxon.,  a  garb,  ppr. 

12.   13 

BLISSETT,  a  sword  in  pale,  enfiled  with  a 
thistle,  ppr. 

BLITHE,  Lond.  and  Line.,  on  top  of  tower,  a 
lion,  all  ar.  22.  13 

BLITHE,  Lond.,  a  lion,  sejant,  gu.  38.   13 

BLITHE,  Derb. ,  a  peacock,  or,  in  mouth  a  ser- 
pent, reflexed  over  neck,  ppr. 

comp.  117.  8  and  10 

BLITHMAN,  a  demi-bear,  ar.,  muzzled,  gu.,  be- 
tween paws  a  battle-axe.  comp.  28.  5 

BLIZARD,  a  fleur-de-lis,  az.  142.   13 

BLIZARD,  or  BLIZZARD,  Eng.,  a  lady's  arm, 
erect,  on  wrist  a  bracelet.  J51-  6 

BLOCKLEY,  the  sun  shining  on  a  spread  eagle, 
in  flames,  ppr.  see  plate  96 

BLOCKLEY,  Eng.,  the  sun  shining  on  a  demi- 
eagle,  with  two  heads,  in  flames,  ppr. 

comp.  96.  8 

BLOCKNEY,  Iri.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  az.,  a 
boar's  head  and  neck,  or.  3.  3 

BLODLOW,  a  lion,  rampant,  sa.  41.   12 

BLODWELL,  Suff.,  a  demi-lion,  per  pale,  in- 
dented, ar.  and  gu.  44.  14 

BLOER,  Lond.,  a  cubit  arm,  vested,  vert,  in 
hand,  ppr.,  a  pomme. 

BLOFELD  of  Hoverton  House,  Norf.,  three 
ostrich-feathers,  ar.  Domino  quid  reddam. 

51-  3 

BLOIS,  Bart.,  Grundisburgh  Hall,  Suff.,  in  a 
gauntlet,  ppr.,  a  fleur-de-lis,  ar.  Je  me  fie 
en  Dieu.  121.  I 

BLOIS.  DE-,  and  BLOYS,  a  lion,  rampant,  gar- 
dan  t,  gu.  41.  7 

BLOMBERG,  Eng.,  two  eagles'  wings,  addorsed, 
ppr.  74.  6 

BLOMBERG,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  demi-lion, 
rampant,  double-queued.  comp.  46.  12 

BLOME,  Seven  Oaks,  Kent,  a  peacock's  tail, 
erect,  or.  Post  virtutum  curro. 

117.   5,  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  64 

BLOMER,  or  BLOOMER,  Hagthorpe,  Glouc.,  and 
Eng.,  a  tiger,  sejant,  vert,  ducally  gorged, 
lined.  see  plate  9 

BLOMFEILD,  BLOMEFIELD,  or  BLOOMFIELD,  two 
wings  displayed,  ppr.  119.  12 

BLOM FIELD,  Rev.  C.,  co.  Suffolk,  a  lozenge, 
between  wings,  erect,  gu.  Zeal  and  honour. 

1 60.  7 

BLOMMART,  an  arm,  embowed,  in  hand  a  sword, 
in  pale,  enfiled  with  a  savage's  head,  couped, 

148.   14 

BLOND,  and  BLOUNT,  behind  the  rays  of  the 
sun,  or,  a  bull's  head,  sa.  see  plate  14 


BLTJ 

BLOND,  LE,  Iri.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up, 
erm.,  a  game-cock,  ppr.  93.  12 

BLONDELL,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand  a  battle-axe, 
all  ppr.  156.  14 

BLONDEVILL,  or  BLONVILLE,  Eng.,  a  Cornish 
chough,  ppr.  114.  10 

BLOOD,  a  buck's  head,  erased,  ppr. ,  attired,  or, 
in  mouth  an  arrow,  gold.  see  plate  83 

BLOOD,  Iri.,  a  talbot's  head,  sa.,  collared,  or. 

60.  4 

BLOODWORTH,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand,  in  fess, 
gu.,  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  in  pale,  sa. 

146.   II 

BLOOM,  a  cubit  arm,  erect,  vested,  az.,  cuffed, 
ar.,  in  hand,  ppr.,  some  slips  of  brown, 
stalked,  vert,  blossomed,  or.  121.  12 

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  14 

BLOOMFIELD,  a  fox's  head,  ppr.  16.  3 

BLOOMFIELD,  a  bull's  head,  ppr.  14.   7 

BLOOMFIELD,  Eng.,  two  wings,  issuing,  ppr. 

74.  6 

BLOOR,  or  BLOORE,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour, 
embowed,  in  hand  a  cutlass,  all  ppr.  1 2 1.  6 

BLOSS,  Ipswich,  Suff.,  a  demi-angel,  in  dexter 
a  griffin's  head,  erased.  139.  6 

BLOSSE,  LYNCH-,  Bart.,  Iri.,  a  wolf,  passant, 
coward,  ar.  Nee  temere,  nee  timide.  19.  n 

BLOSSOM,  or  BLOSSOME,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  in  hand  a  swan's  head,  erased. 

I5I-  3 

BLOSSOME,  or  BLOSSUN,  Eng.,  a  ram,  passant, 
ppr.  57.  10 

BLOUNDELL,  or  BLUNDELL,  a  squirrel,  sejant, 
or,  cracking  a  nut,  ppr.  58-  12 

BLOUNDELL,  Carlington,  Beds.,  a  squirrel,  se- 
jant, gu.,  collared,  holding  a  nut,  or.  58.  7 

BLOUNT,  Lord  Montjoye,  on  a  ducal  coronet, 
or,  a  wolf,  passant,  sa.  see  plate  19 

BLOUNT,  Lond.  and  Glouc.,  a  sea-lion,  erm., 
rampant,  ducally  crowned,  or.  see  plate  69 

BLOUNT,  the  sun,  or,  charged  with  a  gauntlet, 
sa.  see  plate  7 

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.    44.  14 

BLOWER,  Eng.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  or,  a 
demi-eagle,  displayed,  vert,  vulned  in  breast 
by  an  arrow,  feathered,  ar.  101.  4 

BLOXAM,  an  anchor,  in  bend,  sinister,  or, 
cabled,  az. 

BLOXHOLMEDAX,  a  tree,  vert,  and  boar,  pas- 
sant, ar.  see  plate  4 

BLOYAM,  and  BLOXHAM,  Eng  ,  a  shuttle,  az. 

66.   12 

BLOYE,  a  mullet,  gu.,  between  two  branches  of 
palm,  in  orle,  vert.  138.  8 

BLOYS,  Ipswich,  Suff.,  in  gauntlet,  ppr.,  purfled, 
or,  a  fleur-de-lis,  gold. 

BLUCK,  a  bull's  head,  erased,  gu.,  armed,  or. 

15.   6 

BLUDDER,  or  BLUDER,  Line,  and  Middx.,  a 
lion's  head,  erased,  ar.,  pierced  through  neck 
with  a  broken  spear,  of  the  same,  see  plate  49 

BLUDDER,  BLUDER,  BLUTHER,  Lond.,  a  lion's 
head,  erased,  ar.,  pierced  through  neck  with 
the  blade  of  a  sword,  ar.,  the  wound,  gu.  49. 1 3 


BLT7 


BOG 


BLUDWORTH,  a  naked  arm,  embowed,  ppr.,  in 
hand  a  wreath  of  laurel,  vert.  123.  7 

BLUET,  Holcolm- Regis,  Devons.,  a  squirrel, 
sejant,  or,  collared,  lined,  and  cracking  a 
nut.  58.  7 

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.  58.  7 

BLUFIELD,  a  demi-greyhound,  wounded  on 
breast  with  an  arrow,  ppr.  see  plate  18 

BLUND,  Eng.,  a  cock's  head,  erased,  gu.  94.  9 

BLUNDELL,  Iri.,  on  a  tower,  an  eagle,  rising, 
ppr.  see  plate  22 

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  7 

BLUNDELL,  Eng.,  a  hawk,  in  dexter  an  ear  of 
wheat,  ppr.  105.  3 

BLUNDELL,  a  squirrel,  sejant,  ppr.,  collared, 
cracking  a  nut,  or.  58.  7 

BLUNDEN,  Iri.,  on  the  point  of  a  spear,  a  dol- 
phin, naiant,  ppr.  68.  9 

BLUNDEN,  Bishop's  Castle,  Salop,  a  demi- 
griffin,  or,  gorged  with  a  fess,  erm. 

see  plate  86 

BLUNDESTONE,  and  BLUNSTONE,  Suff.,  the  sun 
rising,  ppr.  Post  nubes  lux.  7.  7 

BLUNT  of  Waldop  House,  Hants.,  the  sun  in 
glory,  charged  on  centre  with  an  eye,  issuing 
tears,  all  ppr.  Inter  lachrymas  micat. 

see  plate  7 

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  14 

BLUNT,  Notts.,  a  wolf,  passant,  sa.  63.  3 

BLUNT,  Eng.,  the  sun  in  splendour,  or.     7.   10 

BLYTH,  Sco.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
holding  by  the  middle  a  drawn  sword,  point 
downward,  all  ppr.  67.  15 

BLYTH,  Eng.,  a  buck's  head,  ppr.  Spero  meli- 
ora.  84.  10 

BLYTH,  Sir  ARTHUR,  K.C.M.G.,  So.  Australia,  a 
roebuck's  head,  erased,  gu. ,  attired,  or,  gorged 
with  a  chaplet,  vert.  Inreritate  victoria.  83.9 

BLYTHE,  Bodmyn,  Cornw.,  a  griffin's  head, 
erased,  or.  88.  7 

BLYTHE,  Yorks.,  a  buck's  head,  erased,  or, 
attired,  of  the  same,  collared,  az.  83.  12 

BLYTHE,  Norf.,  a  stag's  head,  couped,  gu., 
gorged  with  a  chaplet  of  laurel,  ppr.  83.  9 

BLYTHE,  Derbs.  and  Yorks.,  a  roebuck's  head, 
erased,  attired,  or,  gorged,  with  a  chaplet, 
vert.  83.  9 

BLYTHE,  on  the  top  of  a  tower,  ppr.,  a  lion, 
statant.  see  plate  22 

BOADE,  a  rain's  head,  gorged  with  a  fess,  in- 
dented, sa.,  charged  with  three  escallops,  ar. 

see  plate  57 

BOAG,  or  BOGG,  a  sand-glass,  ppr.  153.   i 

BOAK,  Eng.,  a  beacon,  fired,  ppr.  2.    13 

BOARD,  Bordhill,  Suss.,  and  Lindfield,  a  stag, 
erm.  Si.  10 

BOARDMAN,  Eng.,  a  lion,  sejant,  collared  and 
lined,  or.  38.  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  44 


BOATFIELD,  Eng.,  five  arrows,  sa.,  enfiled  with 
a  ducal  coronet,  or.  156.  13 

BOCK,  a  hawk's  leg  and  wing,  conjoined,  the 
first  belled  and  jessed,  all  ppr.  52.  4 

BOCKET,  Eng.,  a  horse's  head,  in  profile,  be- 
tween wings,  addorsed.  72.  4 

BOCKETT,  on  a  wreath,  entwined  with  laurel, 
vert,  a  falcon,  wings  expanded  and  ducally 
gorged,  or,  beaked  and  legged,  gu. 

comp.  99.    12 

BOOKING,  Suff.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up, 
erm.,  a  leopard,  passant,  ppr.  9.  12 

BOCKINGHAM,  Suff.,  on  a  chapeau,  a  lion,  sta- 
tant, gardant,  collared  and  ducally  crowned. 

37-  9 

BOCKLAND,  or  BOCKLANDE,  a  bull's  head,  erased, 
ar.,  ducally  gorged,  sa.  14.  2 

BOCKLAND,  a  hawk,  close,  regardant,  ar., 
beaked  and  belled,  or.  comp.  51.  12 

BOCKLEY,  the  sun  shining  on  a  demi-eagle, 
with  two  heads  in  flames,  ppr.  comp.  96.  8 

BODDAM,  Enfield,  Micldx.  and  Ess.,  a  stag, 
trippant,  ppr.  79.  4 

BODDICOTT,  BODICOTE,  or  BODYCOAT,  a  weaver's 
shuttle,  in  pale,  az.,  threaded,  ar.  66.  12 

BODDIE,  or  BODY,  Ess.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 
or,  a  staff,  raguly,  gu.  95.  2 

f*BoDDiNGTON,  or  BODINGTON,  Eng.,  a  lion's  paw, 
V  grasping  a  scimitar,  all  ppr.  78.  7. 

BODDINGTON,  or  BODDINTON,  a  demi-lion,  gu., 
in  dexter,  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  ar.  46.  4 

BODE,  Feversham,  Kent,  a  greyhound's  head, 
couped.  ar.,  collared  and  ringed,  sa.,  charged 
with  three  escallops.  comp.  13.  10 

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.  72.  I 

BODENFIELD,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  between 
wings,  ar.,  ducally  crowned,  or.  see  plate  102 

BODENHAM  of  Kotherwas,  Heref.,  a  dragon's 
head,  erased,  sa.  Veritas  liberabit.  89.  5 

BODENHAM,  Heref.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or, 
a  wing,  sa.  50.  I 

BoDENHAM,  Heref.,  a  dragon's  head,  erased,  sa. 

89.  5 

BODINGTON,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gu.,  in  dex- 
ter, a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  ar.  46.  2 

BODKIN  of  Amiagh,  Iri.,  a  wild  boar,  ppr. 
Crom-a-boo.  4.  1 1 

BODKIN,  Eng.,  a  pillar,  sa.  .  .       132.  3 

BODLEY,  or  BODLEGH,  Devons.,  on  a  ball,  az., 
encircled  with  rays,  or,  a  ducal  coronet. 

BODLEY,  Streatham,  SUIT.  ,  a  bull' s  head,  or.  14.7 

BODLEY,  a  demi-wolf,  between  paws  a  ducal 
coronet,  all  ppr.  see  plate  19 

BODRIGAN,  a  dexter  hand,  erect,  round  wrist  a 
ribbon.  comp.  148.  5 

BODWIDA,  a  dexter  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
ppr.,  in  hand  a  fleur-de-lis,  or.  142.  4 

BODYHAM,  Eng.,  a  pegasus  at  speed,  wings  ad- 
dorsed, and  ducally  gorged.  comp.  71.  13 

BOEHM,  BOHEM,  and  BOEHAM,  between  two 
elephants'  trunks,  a  horse-shoe,  comp.  77.  1 2 

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  5 

BOGER,  Eng.,  an  eagle,  wings  expanded,  sup- 
porting a  flag.  99.  3 

BOGG,  Sutterin,  Line.,  a  bat,  displayed,  ar., 
armed,  or.  74-5 


Boa 


49 


BOL, 


BOGGIS,  or  BOGGS,  the  sail  of  a  ship,  ppr.    21.  I 
BOGIE,  and  BOGGIE,  Eng.,  a  lamb,  supporting 

a  flag.     Deus  pastor  meus.  55.    1 1 

BOGLE,  Sco.,  a  rose,  slipped  and  leaved,  ppr. 

Dulcedine.  3°-  8 

BOGLE,  Sco.,  a  rose,  stalked  and  leaved,  ppr., 

thereon  a  bee  feeding,  sa.     E  labore  dulce 

do.  53-  I 

BOGLE,  a  ship  in  full  sail,  ppr.      Spe  meliore 

vehor.  21.    14 

BOGLE,  Eng  ,  a  tower,  ppr.  22.   14 

BOGLEY,  Eng.,  a  cross,  sa.,  on  three  grieces, 

gu.  137-  4 

BOHUN,  DE,  a  wolf,  current,  ppr.  63.    I 

BOHUN,  Tressingfield,  Suff.,   on  a  chapeau,  a 

quatrefoil,  pierced,  erm.,  in  centre,  a  bezant. 
BOIDELL,  Eng.,  a  greyhound's  head,  erased, 

az.  20.  4 

BOILEAU,  Eng.,  a  heart  inflamed,  ppr.     120.  5 
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.  97.  2 

Bois,  a  stag's  head,  ar.,  attired,  gu.,  between 

attires  a  mound,  or.  see  plate  83 

Bois,  Eng.,  a  lion,  rampant,  gu.  41.   12 

BOKELAND,  a  lion,  rampant,  between  paws  a 

pair  of  scales,  ppr. 
BOKELAND,  Eng.,  an  eagle's  head,  couped,  gu., 

between  wings.  1 02.   13 

BOKENHAM,  Norf.,  three  mullets,  in  cheveron. 

137.   8 

BOKENHAM,  Norf.,  a  lion,  rampant,  gu.  41.  12 
BOKINGE,   or   BOKING,   Suff.,    a   man's   head, 

couped  at  shoulders,  ar.,  hair,  vert.   1*30.  1.3 
BOLAINE,  or  BOLOINE,  Lond.,   a  bull's  head, 

couped,  ar.  14.  7 

BOLAND,  Devons.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or, 

an  arm,  in  hand  three  arrows,  in  bend,  sini- 
ster. 146.   I 
BOLBECK,  or  BOLEBECK,  a  lion,  sejant,  support- 
ing with  dexter  a  broken  lance,  all  ppr. 

38.   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  90 
BOLD  of  Bold,  Lane.,  a  griffin,  segreant,  sa., 

beaked  and  legged,  or.  86.   10 

BOLD  of  Bold,  Lane.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 

gu.,  a  demi-eagle,  sa.,  winged,  or.        100.  2 
BOLDEN  of  Hyning,  Lancaster:  (i.)  Out  of  a 

ducal  coronet,  or,  a  tiger's  head,  ar.     II.   i. 

(2.)  A  swan,  or.     Pour  bien  desirer.     75.  II 
BOLDERO,  and  BOLDEROWE,  Eng.,  a  torteau, 

vert.  149.    1 1 

BOLDERO,  Suff.,  a  greyhound,  sejant.     Audax 

ero.  18.   14 

BOLDERS,  a  greyhound,  current,  ar.  1 7.  8 

BOLDORNE,  and  BOLDRON,  Eng.,  a  greyhound, 

current,  gu.,  collared,  or.  comp.  17.  8 

BOLDROWE,  Suff.,  in  lion's  gamb,  ar.,  a  saltier, 

az. 
BOLEBEC,  or  BOLEBECK.  Eng.,  a  lion,  sejant,  in 

dexter  a  broken  lance,  all  ppr.  38.   1 1 

BOLEINE,  a  bull's  head,  couped,  ar.,  langued, 

gu.,  charged  on  neck  with  crescent,  or. 

see  plate  14 
BOLES,  Eng.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  az.,  a 


lion's  head,  ar. 


45-   15 


BOLEYN,    BOLLENS,    or    BOLLIN,    Eng.,    two 

branches  of  thorn,  in  orle,  ppr.  29.  12 

BOLGER,  Eng.,  a  dexter  arm,  embowed,  ppr., 

in  hand  three  ears  of  rye.  156.  1 1 

BOLGER,  St.  Austins,  Iri.,  an  escallop  reversed, 

or.  Deus  nobis  htxc  otio  fecit.  5-  5 

BOLHALTH,  Eng.,  from  top  of  tower,  an  arm, 

embowed,  in  hand  a  spear,  in  fess.  34.  I 
BOLINGBROKE,  Viscount  (St.  John),  on  a  mount, 

ppr.,   a  falcon,  rising,    belled,    or,    ducally 

gorged,  gu.     Nee  qucerere,  nee  spernere  hono- 

rem.  99.  1 2 

BOLLAND,  Clapham,  Surr.,  an  eagle's  head, 

erased,  ppr.,  gorged  with  a  collar,  erm.,  in 

beak  a  peg,  sa.  see  plate  102 

BOLLAND,  Eng.,  a  hart,  trippant,  ppr.,  armed, 

or.  79.  4 

BOLLEN,  Eng.,  a  talbot,  gu.,  collared  and 

leashed,  or.  6 1.  12 

BOLLERS,  Eng.,  an  arm,  vested  and  embowed, 

in  fess,  in  hand  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched.  103.  8 
BOLLES,  Middx.,  and  Scampton,  Line.,  a  buck's 

head,  ar.,  attired,  or.  84.  10 

BOLLES,  Suff.,  a  cock  crowing,  or,  combed, 

wattled,  and  armed,  gu.  94.   12 

BOLLINGBROKE,  BOLL1NGBROOK,   and    BOLLINS- 

BROOK,  a  Spanish  hat,  az.,  turned  up,  ar.,  in 
front  three  feathers.  51.   n 

BOLLS,  Eng.,  a  cock  crowing,  or,  combed, 
armed,  and  wattled,  gu.  94.  12 

BOLNEY,  Berks,  and  Suss.,  a  skeleton's  head, 
couped  at  shoulders,  ppr.,  in  mouth  a  fire- 
brand, or,  flammant  at  ends,  ppr. 

comp.  157.  8 

BOLOURD,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
demi-eagle,  gu.  100.  2 

BOLRON,  a  dove,  volant,  sa.  106.   10 

BOLRON,  Eng.,  an  arm,  embowed,  in  hand  a 
sword,  in  pale,  enfiled  with  a  savage's  head. 

148.  14 

BOLSTRED,  a  bull's  head  and  neck,  gu.,  attired, 
ar.,  between  wings  expanded,  of  the  last. 

15.    2 

BOLSTRODE,  Eng.,  a  bull's  head,  couped,  gu,, 
armed,  or.  14.  7 

BOLT,  or  BOULT,  a  stork,  ppr.  1 1 5.  8 

BOLTER,  Eng.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  sa.,  im- 
perially crowned,  or.  44.  4 

BOLTHORPE,  a  demi-tiger,  salient,  or,  ducally 
gorged,  ar.  9.  3 

BOLTON,  Iri.,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  ar..  pierced 
through  nose  with  an  arrow.  see  plate  83 

BOLTON  of  Bective  Abbey,  co.  Meath,  a  hawk, 
belled,  ar.  104.  2 

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.  104.  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  104 

BOLTON,  BOLTONE,  or  BOLTOUN,  a  horse,  cur- 
rent, saddled  and  bridled.  72.  9 

BOLTON,  Lane.,  a  hawk,  ar.,  belled,  or.    104.  2 

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  83 

BOLTON,  a  falcon,  ar.,  wings  expanded,  or. 

loo.   13 


BOM 


BOO 


BOMFORD,  Iri.,  an  eagle,  displayed,  in  dexter 
a  dagger.  95-  5 

BOMONT,  an  ostrich,  wings  expanded,  ar. 

see  plate  108 

BON,  LE,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
plume  of  ostrich-feathers,  ar.   Confido.   108.  5 

BONAR,  Lond.,  and  Chiselhurst,  Kent,  a  sword, 
in  pale,  blade,  ppr.,  hilt  and  pommel,  or. 

65.  6 

BONAR,  a  sword,  in  pale,  ppr.   Denique  ccelum. 

65.  6 
BONAR  of  Kimmerghame,    Berwick:    (i.)  A 

crusader's  sword,     154.  9.     (2.)  Two  ban- 
ners, crossed.  153-  5 
BOND,  Peckham,  Surr.,  and  Cornw.,  a  demi- 
pegasus,  az.  71.   I  o 
BOND,  a  lion,  sejant,  erm.                         38.   13 
BOND,  or  BONDE,  Eng.,  an  old  man's  head,  in 
profile,  ppr.,  hair,  sa.                             123.  12 
BOND,  Saltash,  Cornw.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 
or,  a  cubit  arm,  erect,  in  armour,  sa.,  gar- 
nished, gold,  in  hand  a  sword,  ppr.     122.  3 
BOND,    Iri.,    an    ostrich-head    between    two 
branches  of  palm,  in  orle.  108.  3 
BOND,  Bart.,  Iri.,  a  lion,  sejant,  ar.        38.   13 
BONDE,    Dorchester,    a    demi  -  pegasus,    az., 
winged  and  guttee  d'or.                         71.   10 
BONDE,  a  lion,  sejant,  ar.                          3 8.  13 
BONDIVILLE,  Yorks.,  a  stag's  head,  ppr.   84.  10 
BONE,  Sco.,  a  goat,  statant,  in  mouth  a  branch 
of  oak,  all  ppr.  56.  6 
BONE,  a  bone  and  palm  branch,  in  saltier,  ppr. 

66.  6 

BONE,  or  BOUN,  Eng.,  a  sword  and  key,  in  sal- 
tier, ppr.  78.   12 

BONEHAM,  and  BONHAM,  Eng.,   a  pheon,  in 

pale,  with  part  of  broken  shaft.  77.    15 

BONEKILL,  Sco.,   a  demi-man,  in  armour,  in 

dexter  a  sword,  all  ppr.  127.  10 

BONEKILL,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  buckle,  or.      1 54.  4 

BONELL,  Derby,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  sa.  44.  14 

BONEST,  Lond.,  a  talbot's  head,  couped,  ar. 

61.  3 

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.  29.  6 
BONHAM,  Ess.,  a  mermaid,  ppr.  32.  5 
BONHAM,  Petersfield,  Hants.,  a  dragon's  head, 
ar.,  gutte"e-de-sang.  90.  4 
BONIFACE,  Suss.,  a  talbot,  passant,  sa.      61.  7 
BONNELL,  Norf.,  a  lion,  rampant,  or,  between 
paws  a  cross  crosslet,  az.               see  plate  40 
BONNELL,  Lond.,  a  demi-lion,  erased,  or,  pel- 
lette"e,  supporting  a  spear.              see  plate  42 
BONNER,  a  unicorn's  head,  couped,    between 
wings,  in  mouth  a  trefoil.               see  pi-ate  70 
BONNER,  Oxon.,  a  talbot's  head,  ar.,  collared, 
az.,  studded,  edged,  and  ringed,  or.      60.  4 
BONNET,  Lond.,  a  unicorn's  head,  couped,  vert. 
Rara  bonitas.  70.  4 
BONNETT,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  in  hand  a 
cross  crosslet,  fitched,  az.                        141.  8 
BONNEY,  Eng.,  a  square  padlock,  ppr.     140.  4 
BONNIMAN,  Sco.,  a  spur,  between  wings,  ppr. 

67.  2 

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.  150.   5 

BONSOR,  SUIT.,  on  a  staff  raguly,  or,  in  fess, 


a  wolf,  passant,  sa.,  collared,  chain  reflexed 
over  back,  gold.  19.   10 

BONTEIN,  Sco.,  an  arm,  in  hand  a  sword,  ppr. 
Fortiter  etfide.        .  154-6 

BONTEIN,  Eng.,  a  cross  crosslet  and  two  palm- 
branches,  in  saltier. 

BONTEIN,  and  BONTEINE,  Sco.,  an  armillary 
sphere,  ppr.     Soli  Deo  gloria.  8.    I 

BONTEN,  a  griffin,  segreant,  in  dexter  a  sword, 
in  pale.  comp.  86.  7  and  10 

BONTIEN,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  an  eagle, 
rising,  purp.  100.   2 

BONTON,  Eng.,  an  arm  from  elbow,  in  hand  a 
mill-rind,  ppr.  152.    12 

BONUS,  and  BONEST,  Lond.,  a  talbot's  head, 
couped,  ar.  61.  3 

BONVILE,  Devons.,  a  stag's  head,  ppr.  84.  10 
BONVILL,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  supporting  an 
•  anchor,  ppr.  42.  9 

BONWICK,    burr.,   a  lion's   head,    erased,   gu., 
charged  with  an  etoile,  or.  see  plate  46 

BOODAM,  Eng.,  an  etoile  of  eight  rays,  or. 
BOODLE,  Eng.,   a   horse's   head,   neck   trans- 
pierced with  spear,  in  bend,  ppr.  72.  8 
BOOER,  Eng.,  a  wolf's  head,  erased,  erm.   19.  6 
BOOKER,  Iri.,  a  crow  feeding,  ppr.           114.  6 
BOOKER,  Lond.  and  Notts.,  a  swan,  collared 
and  lined,  ppr.  75.  4 
BOOKER  of  Cobrey  Park,  Heref.,  a  demi-eagle, 
displayed.                                                 102.   12 
BOOKEY,  a  dove,  volant,  ar.,  in  mouth  a  sprig, 
vert.                                                        1 06.   10 
BOON,  or  BOONE,  Eng.,  a  bell,  ppr.          159.   I 
BOON,  or  BOONE,  in  hand  a  sheaf  of  arrows, 
points  downward,  ppr.                           127.   12 
BOORMAN,    Kent,    a    demi-lion,    in    dexter   a 
mullet,  gu.     Audaciter.  46.  2 
BOORNE,  Lond.  and  Ess.,  a  tiger,  sejant,  gu., 
maned,  tufted,  and  tailed,  or.  9.  4 
BOORNE,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  stag's  head, 
ar.                                                                  83.    I 
BOORNE,  Battle,  Suss.,  a  stag's  head,  erased, 
gu.,  attired  and  guttle,  ar.                    83.   13 
BOORS,  Eng.,  an  eel,  naiant,  az.               no.   7 
BOOT,  or  BOOTE,  a  greyhound,  couchant,  be- 
tween two  branches  of  laurel,  in  orle.   1 8.  9 
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.  36.  1 2 

BOOTH,  Bart.,  Ess.,  a  lion,  passant,  ar.,  gorged 
with  a  bar-gemelle,  in  dexter  a  chaplet  of 
laurel,  vert.  Deus  adjuvat  nos.  see  plate  36 
BOOTH,  GORE,  Bart,  Iri.:  (i.)  A  lion,  rampant, 
ar.  Quod  ero  spcro.  41.12.  (2.)  A  wolf,  ram- 
pant, ar.  In  hoc  signo  vinces — and — Genii 
cequus  utrique.  62.  8 

BOOTH  of  Glendon  Hall,  Northamp.,  a  lion, 
passant,  ar.  Quod  ero  spero.  36.  I 

BOOTH,  a  lictor's  rod.  ppr.  90.   3 

BOOTH,  or  BOOTHE,  Chesh.,  a  lion,  passant,  ar. 

36.   i 

BOOTH,    Twemlow,    Chesh.,   a   lion,    passant, 

charged  on  shoulder  with  a  hank  of  cotton, 

ppr.  comp.  36.  13 

BOOTH,  Berks.,  a  porcupine's  head,  erased. 

BOOTH,  Eng.,  a  boar's  head,  erased,  erect,  sa. 

3-  6 
BOOTH,  a  demi-leopard,  rampant.  9.   I 


BOO 


BOS 


BOOTH,  Kellingham,  Line.,  a  boar's  head, 
erased  and  erect,  sa.,  armed,  or,  in  mouth  a 
spear-head,  ar.  comp.  4.  I 

BOOTH,  Eng.,  on  a  chaplet,  vert,  a  lion,  pas- 
sant, ar.  Non  mi/ii,  sed  Deo  et  regi.  36.  12 

BOOTH,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  sa.  3.  9 

BOOTHBY,  Bart.,  Broadlow  Ash,  Derbs.,  a  lion's 
paw,  erased,  erect,  or.  Mors  Christi,  mors 
mortis  mihi.  51.  15 

BOOTLE,  Eng.,  a  leopard,  couchant,  or,  spotted, 
gu.  ii.  12 

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  42 

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  88 

BORDELAYS,  BORDELEYS,  BORDELEY,  Or  BOR- 

DELOYS,  Camb.,  an  Indian  goat,  salient,  in 
mouth  a  branch  of  trefoil.  comp.  56.   5 

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.  3.  4 

BORELANDS,  a  broken  lance,  ppr.  Press  through. 

130.  8 

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.  157.   14 

BORLEY,  and  BORSELEY,  Wilts.,  in  front  of  a 
rock  a  Cornish  chough,  ppr.  74.  8 

BOREMAN,  Eng.,  on  stump  of  tree,  an  eagle, 
rising,  ppr.  99.  9 

BORESTON,  or  BORRESTON,  Eng.,  a  parrot,  vert. 

Il8.    12 

BORGOINE,  Eng.,  a  marigold,  on  top  a  bee,  all 
ppr.  comp.  53.  i 

BORLACE,  Treluddro,  Cornw.,  a  boar's  head, 
couped  at  neck,  between  two  roses,  stalked 
and  leaved,  vert,  see  plate  3 

BORLAND,  and  BORLANDS,  Sco.,  a  broken  lance, 
ppr.  Press  through.  130.  8 

BORLAND,  Eng.,  a  bull's  head,  erased,  ar.,  du- 
cally  gorged,  sa.  14.  2 

BORLASE,  Bockmer,  Bucks.,  a  wolf,  passant, 
regardant,  ar.,  struck  in  shoulder  with  an 
arrow,  or,  held  in  mouth.  63.  8 

BORMAN,  Devons.  and  Somers.,  a  bull's  head, 
erased,  or,  attired,  sa.  15.  6 

BORMINGHALL,  Eng.,  a  wolf's  head,  erased,  gu. 

19.  6 

BORMINGHALL,  Eng.,  a  wolfs  head,  gu.    19.  5 

BORNE,  Kent,  a  lion,  sejant,  or,  collared,  az., 
resting  fore-dexter  on  a  pellet,  see  plate  38 

BORODAILE,  a  dragon's  head,  erased,  ppr.  89.  5 

BORODAILE,  a  dragon's  head,  ppr.  90.  4 

BORON,  a  dragon's  head  and  wings,  sa.     90.  9 

BOROUGH,  Line.,  and  Richmond,  Yorks.,  a 
ewan's  head  and  neck,  ar.,  beaked,  gu. 

see  plate  75 

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.  9 

BOROUGH,  or  BURGH,  Eng.,  a  falcon,  rising, 
erm.,  billed,  and  ducally  gorged,  or.  105.  15 

BOROUGH,  Eng.,  two  wings,  addorsed,   erm. 

74.  6 

BORRADAILE,  BORRODAILE,  Or  BORADAILE,  Out 

of  a  tower,  a  demi -grey hound,  between  paws 
a  branch  of  laurel,  all  ppr.  24.  8 

BORRER  of  Henfield,  Suss.,  a  buck's  head,  ppr., 
erased,  in  mouth  an  auger.  Fide  laboro. 

see  plate  83 

BORRETT,  Lond.,  a  boar's  head  and  neck, 
erased,  gu.,  neck  transpierced  with  broken 
spear,  gold,  end  held  in  mouth. 

comp.  3.  8  and  4.   I 

BORRETT,  Yorks.,  a  lion,  passant,  ppr.      36.    i 

BORROW,  Derbs.,  on  a  mount,  an  eagle,  regard- 
ant, wings  expanded,  all  ppr.,  supporting 
with  dexter  a  shield,  or.  comp.  98.  14 

BORROWES,  Bart.,  Iri.,  a  lion,  sejant,  ar.,  du- 
cally crowned,  or.  Et  vi  et  virtute.  see  plate  38 

BORROWES,  or  BORROWS,  Iri.,  a  boar's  head, 
erased,  in  fess,  with  sword  thrust  through 
under  jaw,  in  pale,  and  issuing  out  of  mouth. 

4-  3 

BORROWES,  or  BORROWS,  Eng.,  a  crane,  sup- 
porting with  dexter  an  anchor.  115.  n 

BORROWMAN,  Sco.,  a  demi-man,  in  armour,  bran- 
dishing a  sword,  ppr.  Pro  patria.  127.  10 

BORSELLE,  Eng.,  over  stump  of  oak-tree  an 
eagle,  volant,  ppr.  comp.  100.  8 

BORSLEY,  in  front  of  a  rock  a  Cornish  chough. 

74.  8 

BORSTON,  Eng.,  a  dagger,  in  pale,  az.,  pommel, 
or.  148.  8 

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.  134-13 

BORTHWICK,  Sco.,  a  dexter  hand,  couped,  apau- 
me'e,  charged  with  an  eye,  ppr.  Mente 
manuque.  128.  6 

BORTHWICK,  Hartside,  Sco.,  a  hart's  head, 
erased,  gu..  attired,  or,  devouring  a  serpent, 
ppr.  Ccditus  datum.  84.  9 

BORTHWICK,  Muirhouse,  Sco.,  a  pelican,  wings 
expanded,  or,  vulning  breast,  ppr.  Ex  vul- 
nere  solus.  97-7 

BORTHWICK,  Sco.,  a  Saracen's  head,  affronte'e, 
ppr.  Qui  conducit.  123.  14 

BORTHWICK,  Sco.,  a  negro's  head,  sa.  Qui  con- 
ducit. I34-I3 

BORTHWICK,  Sco.,  an  eagle,  displayed,  sa., 
charged  on  breast  with  a  saltier.  Fide  et 
spe.  95.  8 

BORTHWICK,  Mayshiels,  Sco.,  an  eagle,  rising, 
ppr.  Nee  deerit  operi  dextra.  98.  10 

BORTON,  Stapleford,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  or, 

in  mouth  a  branch  of  laurel.  see  plate  3 

(  BORTON,  Suff.,  a  boar's  head,  ppr.  3.  9 

BOSANQUET,  Eng.,  out  of  a  tower,  ppr.,  a  lady, 
in  hand  a  cross,  gu.  23.  3 

BOSANQUET  of  The  Forest  House,  Epping,  and 
of  Dingeston,  Monm.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant, 
couped,  gu.  44.  14 

BOSANQUET  of  Broxbournbury,  Herts.,  same 
crest. 

BOSCAWEN,  Cornw.,  a  falcon,  ppr.  104.  2 

BOSCAWEN.  Cornw.,  a  boar,  passant,  gu.,  armed 
and  membered,  ar.  4.  1 1 


BOS 


BOU 


BOSCOWEN,  a  boar,  passant,  or,  collared  and 
lined.  4,  II 

BOSCOWEN,  Earl  of  Falmouth  :  (i.)  A  boar, 
passant,  gu.,  armed,  bristled,  and  unguled, 
or.  In  coelo  quies.  4.  1 1.  (2.)  A.  falcon, 
close,  ppr.,  belled,  or.  Patience  passe  science. 

104.  2 

BOSGRAVE.  Eng.,  a  boar's  head,  erased,  ar., 
between  two  oak-branches,  vert,  fructed,  or. 

3-   ii 

BOSNE,  and  BOSNEY,  Eng.,  a  cockatrice,  dis- 
played. 92.   12 
BOSOM,  BOSOME,  and  BOSSUM,  Cornw.,  a  tree 

growing  out  of  a  mount,  ppr.  26.  5 

Boss,  Durh.,  out  of  a  naval  coronet,  an  arm, 

in  hand  a  billet,  all  ppr.     Cada  uno  eshijo 

de  sub  obras.  comp.  149.   13 

BOSTOCK,  Abingdon,  Berks.,  an  antelope,  ar., 

attired,  or.  82.   10 

BOSTOCK,  Salop,  a  martlet,  ar.  119.  5 

BOSTOCK,  Chesh.,  on  stump  of  tree,  erect,  ar., 

a  bear's  head,  erased,  sa.,  muzzled,  or. 

see  plate  3 

BOSTOCK,  Chesh.,  an  antelope,  or.  82.   10 

BOSTON,  Baron,  Line.  (Irby),  a  Saracen's  head, 

ppr.     Honor  fidelitatis  prcemium.        123.   14 
BOSTON,  Sco.,  a  dove,  between  two  branches 

of  laurel,  in  orle,  ppr.  93.  8 

BOSTON,  Eng.,  a  horse's  head,  in  armour,  ppr. 

71.  7 
BOSTRADEPONS,  Sco.,  an  etoile  of  eight  points, 

radiated,  or. 
BOSUM,   Norf.,   a  talbot's   head,    erased,    ar., 

eared,  and  ducally  crowned,  or.  60.   10 

Bos  VILE,  or  BOSVILLE,   Iri.,  a  bull,  statant, 

hinder  part  behind  a  clump  of  oak-trees, 

ppr.  see  plate  14 

BOSVILLE,  Eng.,  a  cock's  head,  erased.     94.  9 
BOSVILLE,  and  BOSSEVILLE,  behind  an  oak-tree, 

a  ram,  passant,  all  ppr.  see  plate  55 

Bos  WELL,  Bart.,  Auchinleck,  Ayrs.,  a  falcon, 

ppr.,  hooded,  gu.,  belled,  or.      Vrayefoy. 

104.  6 

Bos  WELL,  Sco.,  same  crest  and  motto. 
BOSWELL,  Sco.,  a  falcon's  head,  couped,  ppr. 

103-  3 
BOSWELL,  Yorks.,  out  of  a  wood,  ppr.,  a  bull, 

passant,  ar.  see  plate  14 

BOSWELL,  Yorks.  and  Kent,  a  lion's  head.  47.  14 
BOSWELL,   Glassmount,   Sco.,  a  lark,   volant, 

ppr.     Nothing  venture,  nothing  have.    119.  3 
BOSWELL,  Dowen,  Sco.,  same  crest.    I  hope  for 

better. 
BOSWELL,  Balmuto,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  scimitar, 

ppr.     Fortiter.  158.  9 

BOSWORTH,  Eng.,  a  lily,  slipped  and  leaved, 

PPr-  53-  4 

BOSWORTH,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  ppr.  Animus 

valet.  44.   14 

BOTATORT,  or  BOTETOURT,  Norf.,  out  of  a  mural 

coronet,  six  spears,  in  saltier,  ppr.          78.   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. 

140.   13 
BOTELL,  and  BOTHELL,  Ess.,  a  marigold,  ppr. 

53-  2 

BOTELLER,  Eng.,  a  covered  cup,  or.          135.  2 
BOTERWIKE,  a  hawk,  in  dexter  an  ear  of  wheat, 

ppr.  105.  3 

BOTESHED,  Eng.,  a  stag  s  head,  ar.         84.   10 


BOTEVILE,   BOTEVILLE,    or   BONTEVILLE,    Salop, 

a  reindeer,  or.     J'ay  bonne  cause.          84.  8 

BOTFIELD    of   Norton   Hall,   Northamp.,  and 

Decker  Hill,  Salop,  a  reindeer,  or.      J'ay 

bonne  cause.  84.  8 

BOTFIELD,  a  buck,  statant,  ppr.  81.  10 

BOTH,  or  BOTHE,  Eng.,  on  a  tower,  embattled, 

a  flag,  displayed.  22.  9 

BOTHWELL,  Sco",  a  naked  boy  pulling  top  of  a 

pine-tree.  Obduram  adversus  urgentia. 

121.  5 

BOTTLER,  a  cinquefoil,  gu.  80.  3 

BOTLEY,  Berks.,  a  boar's  head  and  neck,  sa., 

ducally  gorged,  or.     Probitate.  4.  4 

BOTOCKS'HED,  Eng.,  a  stag's  head,  ar.     84.  10 

BOTREAULX,  or  BOTREAUX,  a  dove,  standing  on 

a  hill,  ppr.  106.  12 

BOTREAUX,  a  man,  vested,  gu.,  cap,  ppr.,  legs, 

ar.,  holding  a  flail. 

BOTREULX,  or  BOTREUX,  Cornw.,  two  laurel- 
branches  in  saltier,  ppr.  comp.  29.  8 
BOTT,  Staffs.,  on  a  glove,  a  falcon,  ppr.   104.  14 
BOTTELER,  Iri.,  a  cock's  head  and  neck,  vert, 
combed,  wattled,  beaked,  and  ducally  gorged, 
or,  between  two  dragons'  wings,  expanded, 
ar.  see  plate  94 
BOTTELEY,  BOTILLY,  or  BOTLEY,  a  boar's  head 
and  neck,  sa.,  ducally  gorged,  or.  4.  4 
BOTTELL,  Eng.,  an  escallop,  az.  5.   I 
BOTTILER,  Eng.,  a  cinquefoil,  vert.             80.  3 
BOTTLESHAM,  Eng.,  an  escallop,  between  wings. 

5-  4 

BOTTOMLEY,  Yorks.,  out  of  a  tower,  a  demi- 
lion,  ppr.     Fortiter  Jideliter  etfeliciter.    24.  6 
BOTTONLEY,  a  hawk,  standing  on  a  fish,  ppr. 

104.   12 

BOUCHE,  Eng.,  a  Saracen's  head,  couped  at 
shoulders,  affrontee,  ppr.,  wreathed,  ar.,  and 
sa.  130.  13 

BOUCHER,  an  owl,  ppr.     Non  vi  sed  voluntate. 

107.  9 

BOUCHER,  Salisbury,  Wilts.,  a  greyhound,  se- 
jant, ar.,  collared,  or.  1 8.   13 
BOUCHER,  Eng.,  an  old  man's  head,  in  profile, 
couped  at  shoulders,  ppr.,  on  head  a  cap. 

123.  2 

BOUCHERETT  of  Willingham  and  Stalling- 
borough,  Lincoln,  a  cockatrice,  or.  Primd 
voce  salutat.  92.  13 

BOUCHIER,  Little  Stainbridge,  Ess.,  a  grey- 
hound, sejant,  ar.,  ducally  gorged,  or. 

see  plate  17 

BOUCHIER,  Eng.,  an  owl,  ppr.  .        107.  9 

BOUGE,  Thurcaston,  Leic.,  a  bat,  displayed,  ar. 

74-  5 
BOUGH,  Sco.,  stump  of  oak-tree,  sprouting 

branches,  ppr.  Quod  ero  spero.  26.  13 

BOUGHEY,  Cotton,  Staffs.,  an  angel  praying, 

between  two  branches  of  laurel,  in  orle,  ppr. 

139-   I 

BOUGHEY,  FLETCHER-,  Bart.,  Betley  Court, 
Staffs.:,  (i.)  For  Fletcher,  a  plate,  charged 
with  a  pheon,  point  downward.  (2.)  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  83 

BOUGHS,  stump  of  tree,  sprouting,  ppr.,  from 

one  of  branches  a  shield,  gu.  26.   12 

BOUGHTON,  Eng.,  a  stork's  head,    erased,  in 

beak  an  eel.  1 1 5.  5 


BOU 


53 


BOW 


BOUGHTON,  Warw.,  a  lion's  head,  couped,  or. 

47-   H 

BOUGHTON,  Eng.,  a  goat's  head,  couped,  per 
pale,  ar.  and  gu.  55-  2 

BOUGHTON,  ROUSE-  Bart.,  \Varw.:  (i.)  For 
Boughton,  a  stork's  head,  erased,  in  beak  a 
snake,  ppr.  115.  5.  (2.)  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.  130.  13 

BOULBY,  or  BOWLBT,  two  branches  of  thorn,  in 
orle.  29.  12 

BOULD  of  Bould,  Lane.,  out  of  a  ducal  coro- 
net, or,  a  griffin's  head,  sa.,  beaked,  gu., 
between  wings,  gold.  loo.  3 

BOULING,  Eng.,  a  garb,  or.  12.   13 

BOULSTED,  and  BOULSTRED,  Devons.,  a  bull's 
head,  gu.,  between  wings.  15.  2 

BOULT,  Eng.,  a  morion  cap,  ppr.  154.  I 

BOULTBEE,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  ppr.     83.   13 

BOULTBEE,  or  BOULTBIE,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  a  demi-boar,  ppr.  3-  3 

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.  105.  13 

BOULTON,  Eng.,  a  horse,  at  full  speed,  saddled 
and  bridled.  73.  9 

BOUND,  Eng.,  on  top  of  tower,  a  lion,  rampant. 

22.   13 

BOUNN,  or  BOUN,  Eng.,  a  sword  and  key,  in 
saltier,  ppr.  78-  I2 

BOURCH,  Iri.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gu.,  in 
dexter  a  fleur-de-lis,  or.  46.  1 1 

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.  131.  14 

BOURCHER,  Wore.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  grey- 

/     hound,  sejant,  ar.,  ducally  gorged  and  lined, 

or.  comp.  1 8.   13 

BOURCHIER,  a  greyhound,  salient,  ar.         17-3 

/BOURCHIER,   Ess.   and   Lond.,   a    greyhound, 

sejant,  ar.,  ducally  gorged,  or.    comp.  1 8.  13 

BOURCHIER,  Eng. ,  a  mullet  of  six  points.  137.  12 

BOURDELAIN,  and  BOURDILLON,  on  a  chapeau, 
a  martlet.  119.  8 

BOURDEN,  Eng.,  a  bunch  of  grapes,  ppr.  30.  9 

BOURDON,  Eng.,  a  gilliflower,  ppr.  53.   12 

BOURDON,  Sco.,  a  lion,  rampant,  ar.,  holding  a 
battle-axe,  ppr.  see  plate  41 

BOURGES,  Somers.,  a  camel's  head,  erased,  ppr., 
bezantee.  comp.  31.  7 

BOURK,  Iri.,  a  demi-cat,  sa.  62.   10 

BOURK,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  cat,  sejant, 
ppr.  comp.  32.  2 

BOURKE,  on  a  chapeau,  a  lion,  sejant,  gardant. 

38.  6 

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.  39.  1 1 

BOURKE  of  Thornfield,  Iri.,  a  mountain-cat, 
sejant,  gardant,  ppr.,  collared  and  chained, 
or.  In  cruce  solus.  comp.  32.  2 

BOURN,  Surr.,  between  wings,  a  peacock's 
head,  in  mouth  a  serpent,  tail  coiled  round 
neck.  Pro  lonis  admcloria.  1 1 7.  4 


BOURNE,  Iri.,  between  wings,  a  peacock's 
head,  in  mouth  a  serpent,  tail  coiled  round 
neck.  II7-4 

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.  9.  5 

BOURNE,  Chesterton,  Oxon.,  a  pegasus.  current, 
wings  addorsed,  gu.,  semee  of  etoiles,  or, 
in  mouth  a  rose,  stalked  and  leaved,  ppr. 

comp.  71.   13 

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.  71.  10 

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  64 

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.  98.  2 

BOUSTEAD,  Eng.,  on  a  lion's  head,  erased,  a 
chapeau,  all  ppr.  47.  7 

BOU'TFLEUR,  a  fleur-de-lis,  az.  142.  13 

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  96 

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  96 

JBouviER,  Eng.,  an  eagle,  wings  expanded  and 
inverted,  ppr.  98.  10 

BOUWEN,  Eng.,  a  tent,  gu.,  garnished,  or. 

78.  5 

BOVER,  Eng.,  a  goat's  head,  ppr.  56.  4 

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. 

14.  14 

BOVILE,  BOVYLE,  and  BOVYLL,  Eng.,  a  bull, 
passant,  quarterly,  sa.  and  or.  14.  14 

Bow,  Sco.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  ppr.  Fideliter. 

47-   13 

BOWATER,  Lond.,  out  of  clouds,  a  rainbow,  ppr. 

comp.  8.  8 
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. 

49-  4 
BOWDEN,  Derbs.,  a  heron's  head,  erased,  or. 

116.  3 

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.  107.  10 


BOW  j 

BOWDLER,  a  dexter  arm,  embowed,  in  hand  an 
arrow,  all  ppr.  157-  6 

BOWDON,  on  a  chapeau,  a  fox,  sejant.       16.   2 

BOWDON,  Staffs.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a 
denii-eagle,  displayed.  101.  2 

BOWDON  of  Beightonfields,  Derby:  (i.)  A 
heron's  head,  erased,  ppr.,  beaked,  and 
charged  on  neck  with  three  ermine  spots, 
sa.  1 1 6.  3.  (2. )  Out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
demi-eagle,  displayed,  ppr.  Vanus  est  honor. 

101.    2 

BOWDON,  BUTLER-,  of  Pleasington  Hall,  Lane. : 
(i.)  For  Bowdon,  a  lion,  passant,  ar.,  langued, 
gu.  36.  i.  (2.)  For  Butler,  a  covered  cup, 
or.  Comme  je  trouve.  comp.  135.  2 

BOWELL,  Berry  Court,  Hants.,  a  lion's  head, 
erased.  •  48.  9 

BOWEN,  Iri.,  in  hand,  issuing  from  a  cloud,  in 
fess,  a  sphere.  148.  3 

BOWEN,  Swansea,  a  stag,  statant,  vulned  in 
back  with  an  arrow,  all  ppr.  81.  6 

BOWEN,  WEBB-,  of  Camrose,  Pemb.,  a  lion,  ram- 
pant, sa.  41.  12 

BOWEN  of  Troedyrawr,  Card.,  a  nag's  head, 
bridled.  72.  7 

BOWEN,  Oxon.,  an  arm,  couped  at  elbow,  and 
erect,  vested,  sa.,  cuffed,  erm.,  in  hand,  ppr., 
a  chaplet  of  laurel,  vert.  comp.  150.  7 

BOWEN,  a  stag,  trippant,  ppr.     Cautus  afuturo. 

79-  4 

BOWER,  or  BOOER,  Lond.,  a  wolf's  head,  erased, 
erm.  19.  6 

BOWER,  Dors.,  a  talbot's  head,  erased,  or.    61.  2 
BOWER   of   Iwerne   House,    Dors.,   a. talbot's 
head,  ar.     Hope  wett  and  have  well.        61.  3 
BOWER,  Oxenfield,  Durh.,  a  human  leg,  couped 
at  thigh,  ppr.,  charged  above  knee  with  a 
plate,  dropping  blood,  ppr.         comp.  136.  6 
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.  125.  5 

BOWER,  a  talbot's  head,  sa.  61.  3 

BOWER,  Sco.,  a  dexter  and  sinister  arm  shoot- 
ing an  arrow  from  a  bow,  all  ppr.  Ad  metam. 

147-   13 

BOWER,  Yorks.,  an  escallop,  ar.  5.    i 

BOWER,  a  bow  and  a  sheaf  of  arrows,  in  saltier, 

all  ppr.     Ad  metam.  158.  4 

BOWERBANK,     Eng.,     a     demi  -  savage,    ppr., 

wreathed    about    head    and    middle    with 

leaves,  vert.  125.   10 

BOWERMAN,  Eng. ,  a  goat's  head,  erased,  or.  55.2 

BOWERMAN,  or  BOWREMAN,  Devons.  and  Wilts., 

a  goat's  head,  erased,  or,  horns  twisted,  or 

and  sa.   55.  2.     (Another  crest) — A  bull's 

head,  erased,  or,  horns  twisted,  or  and  sa. 

15-  6 

BOWERS,  Chichester,  Suss.,  a  lion,  passant,  ar., 
collared  and  chained,  or,  in  dexter  a  bow, 
bent,  stringed,  gold.  see  plate  36 

BOWES,  Streatlam,  Durh.,  seven  arrows,  or, 
one  in  pale,  six  in  saltier,  feathered  and 
headed,- ar.,  banded,  az.  107.  10 

BOWES,  Durh.  and  Northumb.,  seven  arrows 
interlaced,  in  saltier,  barbed,  or,  bound  by 
a  ribbon,  gu.,  tasselled,  gold.  107.  10 

BOWES,  Iri.,  a  hawk,  ppr.  104.  2 

BOWES,  a  demi-leopard,  rampant,  gardant,  gu. 

see  plate  9 


BOW 

BOWES,  two  bundles  of  arrows,  in  saltier, 
flighted  and  headed,  ppr.,  banded,  gu. 

comp.  52.    14 

BOWES,  Durh.  and  Yorks.,  five  arrows,  four 
in  saltier  and  one  in  pale,  or,  headed  and 
feathered,  ar.,  banded,  az.  107.  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. 

107.   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  9 

BOWIDA,  Eng.,  a  dexter  arm,  in  armour,  em- 
bowed,  ppr.,  in  hand  a  fleur-de-lis,  or.  142.  2 

BOWIE,  Sco.,  a  demi-lion,  az.,  in  dexter  a  dag- 
ger, ppr.  Quod  non  pro  patrid.  44.  1 1 

BOWKER,  Eng.,  on  a  tower,  a  lion,  rampant. 

22.   13 

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.  122.  3 

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.  145.  15 

BOWLBY,  Eng.,  two  branches  of  thorn,  in  orle. 

29.  12 

BOWLE,  Eng.,  a  demi-bittern,  regardant. 

see  plate  116 

BOWLER,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  per  pale,  az. 
and  gu.,  bezantee.  see  plate  3 

BOWLES  of  North  Aston,  Oxford,  a  demi-boar, 
wounded  in  breast  with  broken  spear. 

comp.  4.  5 

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.  3.  3 

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. 

88.-  7 

BOWLES,  Shaftesbury,  Wilts.,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  or.  86.  3 

BOWLES,  Lond.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
griffin's  head,  sa.,  beaked,  and  between 
wings,  gold.  100.  3 

BOWLES,  Lond.,  a  buck's  head,  ar.,  attired,  or. 

84.  10 

BOWLEY,  a  mullet'  of  five  points,  pierced, 
through  perforation  a  sword. 

BOWLEY,  Eng.,  a  sword,  in  pale,  between  two 
branches  of  laurel,  in  orle.  146.  7 

BOWLY,  Glouc.,  a  garb,  ppr.  12.   13 

BOWMAN,  Sco.,  a  demi- blackamoor,  shooting 
an  arrow,  all  ppr.  125.  5 

BOWMAN,  a  stag,  trippant,  pierced  on  shoulder 
with  an  arrow,  all  ppr.  see  plate  Si 


BOW 


ss 


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.  158.  n 

BOWNAS,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  sceptre, 
environed  by  two  serpents,  all  between  wings, 
ppr.  ill.  2 

BOWNAS,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  swan,  wings  dis- 
played, erm.,  each  charged  with  a  lozenge, 
gu.,  in  mouth  an  arrow,  ppr.  see  plate  75 

BOWNE,  and  BOWYN,  Eng.,  on  top  of  tower, 
issuing,  an  eagle,  wings  addorsed,  ppr.,  in 
beak  an  acorn,  vert.  99.  4 

BOWNELL,  Eng.,  a  savage's  head,  from  shoul- 
ders, helmeted,  all  ppr.  1 2 1.  8 

BOWNES,  Eng.,  an  oak-tree,  ppr.,  an  escutcheon 
pendent,  gu.  26.  12 

BOWNES,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  cock's 
head,  ppr.  94.  8 

BOWKE,  Dunhead,  St.  Andrews,  Dors.,  a  tal- 
bot's  head,  sa.  61.  3 

BOWRIE,  Sco.,  a  demi-lion,  az.,  in  dexter  a 
dagger,  ppr.  Quod  non  pro  patrid.  44.  1 1 

BOWRING,  Eng.,  a  parrot,  vert,  feeding  on  a 
bunch  of  cherries,  ppr.  118.  9 

BOWSSAR,  a  demi-talbot,  gu.,  gorged  with  a 
collar,  charged  on  body  with  three  guttees- 
d'or.  comp.  6 1.  5 

BOWTH,  Line.,  on  a  chaplet,  vert,  a  lion,  pas- 
sant, ar.  36.  12 

BOWYER,  Bart.,  Bucks,  and  Berks.,  on  a  ducal 
coronet,  or,  an  heraldic  tiger,  sejant,  ar. 
Contentement  passe  richesse.  64.  10 

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.  132.  1 1 

BOWYER,  Bart.,  Denham  Court,  Bucks.,  a  fal- 
con, rising,  ppr.,  belled,  or.  Contentement 
passe  richesse.  100.  13 

BOWYER,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  ar.,  in  mouth 
an  anchor,  gu.,  by  middle  of  shank,  flukes 
downward.  see  plate  102 

BOWYER,  Lond.,  an  eagle,  wings  addorsed,  or, 
beaked  and  legged,  sa.  100.  12 

BOWYER,  Knipersley,  Staffs.,  Line.,  and  Suss., 
out  of  a  tower,  gu.,  a  demi-dragon,  rampant, 
or.  22.  II 

BOWYER,  Hants.,  a  cubit  arm,  erect,  in  hand  a 
serpent,  all  ppr.  155.  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.  100.  13 

BOWYER,  a  falcon,  wings  expanded,  ppr. 

100.  13 

BOWYER,  Camberwell,  Surr.,  on  a  ducal  coro- 
net, a  tiger,  sejant,  or.  9.  2 

BOWYKR,  Line.,  from  top  of  castle,  gu.,  a  demi- 
griffin,  issuant,  or.  22.  11 


BOWYER,  an  arm,  couped  at  shoulder,  embowed, 
vested,  in  hand  a  serpent.  comp.  155.  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.  156.  5 

Box,  a  demi-griffin,  or,  winged,  ar.,  between 
claws  a  fire-ball,  ppr.  see  plate  86 

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. 

113.  8 

BOXELL,  Suss.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  boar's 
head  and  neck,  all  or.  Per  tela,  per  hostes. 

3-  3 

BOXHALL,  and  BOXMELL,  Suss.,  two  anchors,  in 
saltier,  az.  94.  3 

BOXSTED,  and  BOXSTEAD,  Eng.,  a  hand,  issu- 
ing, pxilling  a  thistle.  29.  13 

BOYCE,  Iri.,  out  of  a  tower,  a  demi-lion,  ram- 
pant. 24.  6 

BOYCE,  or  BOYSE,  Eng.,  Sco.,  and  Iri.,  a  lion, 
rampant.  41.  12 

BOYCE,  and  BOYSE,  Eng.  and  Sco.,  a  star  of 
six  points,  or,  within  a  crescent,  ar.  126.  7 

BOYCE,  or  BOYSE,  Iri.,  a  castle,  triple-towered, 
out  of  middle  tower  a  demi-lion,  rampant. 

23-  5 

BOYCOAT,  and  BODYCOAT,  an  arm,  in  armour, 

couped  at  elbow,  in  hand  a  fire-ball,  all  ppr. 

comp.  155.  3 

BOYD,  Trochrig,  a  sun-dial.    Eternitatem  cogita. 

65-  5 

BOYD,  Bart.,  Danson,  Kent,  three  ostrich- 
feathers,  sa.  Confido.  51.  3 

BOYD,  Sco.  and  Iri.,  a  dexter  hand,  pointing 
with  thumb  and  two  fore-fingers.  Confido. 

!59-  2 

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.  161.  2 

BOYD,  Pitcon,  a  dexter  hand,  pointing  with 
thumb  and  two  fore-fingers  to  the  sun,  ppr. 
Spes  mea  in  ccelis.  124.  12 

BOYD,  Pinkell,  Sco.,  a  cross  moline,  sa.  Pru- 
dentia  me  sustinet.  77.  9 

BOYD,  Sco.,  a  star  of  five  points,  or.  Virtus 
nobilitat.  107.  4 

BOYD,  or  BOYDE,  Eng.,  a  plume  of  three  fea- 
thers, sa.  51.  3 

BOYDELL,  Chesh.,  a  stag,  statant,  pierced  in 
side  with  an  arrow,  in  bend  sinister.  8 1.  6 

BOYER,  Eng.,  a  lady's  arm,  from  elbow,  erect, 
enfiled  with  a  bracelet,  sa.  f$I*  6 

BOYER,  a  demi-griffin,  segreant.  86.   13 

BOYER,  an  arm,  from  elbow,  erect,  vested, 
cuffed,  in  hand,  ppr.,  three  trefoils,  slipped. 

BOYES,  a  dog,  sejant,  ppr.  59.   7 

BOYES,  Eng.,  in  hand  a  cross  patte"e,  fitched, 
ppr.  152.  15 

BOYES,  and  BOYS,  Sco.,  a  dog,  sejant,  ppr. 
A  ttendez  vous.  63.  9 

BOYLE,  Eng.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  or,  gorged 
with  a  ducal  coronet,  az.,  in  beak  a  branch 
of  laurel,  fructed,  ppr.  87.  3 

BOYLE,  Heref.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  ppr.  47.  13 

BOYLE,  and  BOYLEY,  Middx.,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  or,  a  lion's  head,  erased.  47.  10 


BOY 

BOYLE,  EDMUND,  Earl  of  Cork  and  Orrery,  out 
of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  lion's  head,  erased. 
Honor  virtutis  prcemium.  47.  10 

BOYLE.  Earl  of  Shannon.     See  SHANNON. 

BOYLE,  Earl  of  Glasgow,  an  eagle,  displayed, 
with  two  heads,  per  pale,  embattled,  ar.  and 
gu.  Dominus  providebit.  96.  13 

BoYLEof  Shewalton,  Ayr,  same  crest  and  motto. 

BOYLEY,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  lion's  head, 
erased,  gu.  47.  10 

BOYMEN,  BOYNAM,   BONHAM,   and  BOYNAN, 

trunk  of  tree,  in  fess,  between  branches  & 
fleur-de-lis.  29.  6 

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.  25.  1 1 

BOYNELL,  and  BOYVILLE,  Eng.,  a  boy  pulling 
a  branch  from  a  tree.  121.  5 

BOYNTON,  Bart.,  Barmston,  Yorks.,  a  goat, 
passant,  sa.,  gutte'e  d'eau,  beard,  horns,  and 
hoofs,  or.  11  tempo  passa.  56.  1 1 

BOYNTON,  on  a  cinquefoil,  gu.,  a  talbot's  head, 
erased,  sa.,  gutte'e  d'or.  see  plate  61 

BOYNTON,  an  arm,  from  elbow,  in  hand  a  mill- 
rind.  152.  12 

BOYS,  DE,  Ess.,  a  wyvern,  ar.  91.  6 

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.  45.  6 

BOYS,  Botshanger,  Kent,  a  demi-lion,  ar., 
ducally  crowned,  or.  comp.  46.  3 

BOYSE,  a  buck's  head,  erased,  attired,  gu.  83.  13 

BOYTON,  Eng.,  a  crow  transfixed  with  an  arrow, 
wings  expanded,  ppr.  114.  12 

BOYVILLE,  Eng.,  a  demi-eagle,  displayed,  with 
two  heads,  or.  comp.  96.  9 

BOYZELL,  a  talbot's  head,  sa.,  in  mouth  a  stag's 
horn,  or.  see  plate  61 

BRABANT,  Devons.,  a  rose,  gu.,  slipped  and 
leaved,  vert,  and  a  pointed  lance,  or,  in  sal- 
tier. 30.  i 

BRABANTINE,  a  dog,  passant,  ar.,  collared,  or, 
collar  charged  with  three  leopards'  heads, 
sa.  comp.  59.  6 

BRABAZON,  Leic.,  over  a  mount,  vert,  a  falcon, 
volant,  or.  see  plate  105 

BRABAZON,  Eng.,  a  falcon,  wings  expanded 
and  inverted,  belled,  ppr.  100.  13 

BRABAZON,  Earl  of  Meath.     See  MEATH. 

BRABOURNE,  and  BRABON,  Lond.  and  Devons., 
a  mewed  hawk,  ppr.,  armed,  az.,  jessed  and 
belled,  or.  104.  12 

BRACAYS,  and  BRAKES,  a  demi-leopard,  ram- 
pant, gardant,  ppr.  comp.  9.  8 

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.  49.   10 

BRACE,  an  arm,  pvr.  157.  14 

BRACE,  Wore.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
ppr. ,  in  hand  a  sword,  ar. ,  hilted,  or.  1 40.  13 


56  BRA 


BRACEBRIDGE,  Suff.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  wolf, 
passant,  ar.  comp.  19.  1 1 

BRACEBRIDGE,  and  BRASBRIDGE,  stump  of  tree, 
ppr.,  raguled,  or.  26.  13 

BRACEGIRDLE,  Chesh.,  two  augers,  erect  and 
addorsed,  conjoined  with  a  girdle,  gu. 

BRACESTER,  Eng.,  on  a  cloud,  a  mullet  of  six 
points.  7.  4 

BRACE Y,  a  unicorn,  sejant,  resting  dexter 
against  an  oak-tree,  ppr.  7°-  *4 

BRACHER,  Berks.,  a  demi-leopard,  rampant, 
gardant,  ppr.  Priml  et  ultimi  in  betteo. 

comp.  9.  8 

BRACKEN,  Eng.,  a  Catherine-wheel.       145.  15 

BRACKENBURY,  Eng.,  a  savage's  head,  couped, 
ppr.  .  123.  12 

BRACKENBURY,  an  old  man's  head,  couped. 

123.  14 

BRACKENBURY  of  Skendleby,  Lincoln,  a  lion, 
couchant,  sa.,  at  foot  of  oak-tree,  ppr.  Sans 
recuUa  famais.  see  plate  39 

BRACKESBY,  a  boar's  head  and  neck,  couped, 
gu.,  bristled,  or.  3.  4 

BRACKLEY,  Northamp. :  (i.)  A  lion,  rampant, 
gu.,  supporting  an  arrow,  ppr.,  barbed  and 
feathered,  ar.  41.  10.  (2.)  On  a  chapeau, 
ppr., 'an  eagle,  wings  addorsed,  or,  preying 
on  a  child,  swaddled,  gu.,  banded,  ar.  97.  3 

BRACY,  Maddresfield,  a  human  heart,  pierced, 
sa.  157.  5 

BRACY,  or  BRACEY,  Eng.,  a  garb,  environed  by 
two  snakes,  ppr.  12.  10 

BRAD,  a  griffin,  sejant,  erect,  between  fore- 
claws  a  battle-axe.  see  plate  88 

BRADBRIDGE,  BREDBRIDGE,  or  BRODBRIDGE,  a 
leopard's  head,  erased,  ar.,  pellettee,  ducally 
gorged,  or,  between  two  spears,  ppr. 

see  plate  10 

BRADBURNE,  and  BRADBOURNE,  Lond.,  a  pine- 
tree,  vert,  fructed,  or.  26.  6 

BRADBURY,  Derb.  and  Lond.,  a  dove,  volant, 
ar.,  in  mouth  a  slip  of  barberry,  vert,  fructed, 
gu.  106.  10 

BRADBURY,  Ess.  and  Suff.,  a  boar's  head,  erect, 
between  two  ostrich-feathers.  20.  7 

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.  131.  12 

BRADE,  a  bee-hive,  with  bees,  volant,  ppr.  76.   I 

BRADE,  a  griffin,  sejant,  resting  dexter  on  an 
escutcheon.  see  plate  88 

BRADESTONE,  BRADSTONE,  and  BRADSTON, 
Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  two  lions'  paws, 
in  saltier,  ppr.  39.  3 

BRADFIELD,  Norf.,  in  hand  two  branches  of 
palm,  in  orle.  158.  14 

BRADFOOT,  BRAIDFOOT,  and  BRADFUTE,  Sco.,  a 
demi-griffin,  rampant,  or,  armed,  gu. 

86.  13 

BRADFORD,  Yorks.,  a  peacock's  head,  ppr.,  in 
mouth  a  snake,  entwined  round  neck,  vert. 
comp.  117.  4 

BRADFORD,  Baron,  Eng.,  a  lion,  rampant,  ar., 
between  paws  a  garland  of  roses.  Nee  temere, 
nee  timide.  comp.  plate  43 

BRADFORD,  Earl  of.     See  BRIDGEMAN. 

BRADFORD,  Swindon,  Wilts.,  a  stag's  head, 
erased,  or.  83.  13 

BRADFORD,  Iri.,  a  camel's  head,  sa.  30.  7 

BRADGATE,  Leic.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  ppr., 
vert,  couped  below  elbow,  in  bend,  in  hand, 


BRA 


57 


BBA 


ppr.,  upper  part  of  broken  spear,  gu.,  point 
downward,  ar.  141.  6 

BRADHULL,  Lane.,  a  badger,  passant,  or.    34.  9 

BRADLEY,  and  BRADELEY,  Eng.,  a  boar,  sa., 
gorged  with  a  garland,  vert.  4.  9 

BRADLEY,  Iri.,  a  bull's  head,  cabossed,  ppr.  15.  8 

BRADLEY,  on  a  thorn-bush,  a  nightingale,  ppr. 

26.  2 

BRADLEY,  Lane,  and  Lond.,  a  boar's  head, 
couped,  gu.  3.  9 

BRADLING,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  couped  at 
shoulder,  embowed,  in  fess,  in  hand  a  sword, 
ppr.  125.  9 

BRADNEY,  a  hawk,  ppr. ,  belled  and  jessed,  or. 

104.  2 

BRADSAY,  and  BRADSEY,  a  demi-greyhound, 
collared.  17.  2 

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.  8 

BRADSHAGH,  on  a  mount,  a  stag,  at  gaze,  under 
a  vine-tree,  fructed,  all  ppr.  8 1.  8 

BRADSHAW  of  Barton  Blount,  Derby,  a  hart, 
gu.,  standing  under  a  vine-branch,  vert. 
Qui  mt  content  t  lent  assez.  81.  8 

BRADSHAW,  Lane.,  on  a  mount,  a  stag,  ducally 
gorged,  standing  under  a  vine,  all  ppr.  Non 
nobis  solum  nati  sumus.  81.  8 

BRADSHAW,  Salop,  a  wolf's  head,  erased,  ar., 
collared  and  lined.  see  plate  19 

BRADSTON,  Eng.,  a  dove,  with  olive  branch  in 
mouth,  ppr.  106.  7 

BRADSTON,  and  BRADESTON,  Glouc.,  out  of  a 
ducal  coronet,  or,  a  boar's  head,  sa.  3.  3 

BRADSTREET,  Bart.,  Iri.,  a  unicorn's  head,  be- 
tween two  laurel-branches,  in  orle.  71.  8 

BRADWARDEN,  Eng.,  a  demi-otter,  rampant. 

34-  7 

BRAD  WAY,  Glouc.,  on  a  coronet,  a  greyhound, 
sejant,  erect.  see  plate  18 

BRAD  WELL,  Chesh.,  a  rock,  ppr.  67.  5 

BRADY,  Cambs.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  griffin, 
sejant,  or,  beaked,  gu.  see  plate  88 

BRADY,  Iri.,  in  hand  a  scimitar,  cutting  at  a 
feather,  ppr.  140.  8 

BRADY,  Iri.,  a  cherub,  ppr.  136.  2 

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.  88.  12 

BRAGDEN,  and  BRAGDON,  Lond.,  a  boar,  issuant 
out  of  a  rock.  see  plate  4 

BRAGE,  or  BRAGGE,  Lond.  and  Ess.,  out  of  a 
ducal  coronet,  a  bull's  head,  sa.,  attired, 
gold.  14.  2 

BRAGE,  or  BRAGGE,  Surr.,  a  bull's  head,  sa., 
attired,  or.  14.  7 

BRAGES,  and  BRUGES,  Lond.,  on  an  anchor,  or, 
a  scroll.  Mild  cesium  portus.  comp.  1 33.  7 

BRAGG,  Somers.,  a  bull,  passant,  gu.        14.   14 

BRAGG,  or  BRAGGE,  Sco.  and  Surr.,  out  of  a 
ducal  coronet,  or,  a  bull's  head,  sa.  14.  2 

BRAGG,  Somers.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  ar.,  col- 
lared, vaire",  or  and  az.  49.  12 

BRAGG,  Berks.,  an  ostrich -f eather,  enfiled  with 
a  ducal  coronet.  Per  mrtutem  sclentiam. 


BRAGGE,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  sword. 


50.   7 
Honorat  tnors. 

159.  7 


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.  108.  5 

BRAHAM,  Lond.  and  Bucks.,  in  hand,  ppr.,  a 
fish,  ar.  156.  5 

BRAHAM,  a  wolf's  head,  couped.  19.  5 

BRAHAN,  Eng. ,  a  lion,  rampant,  gardant.   41.   7 

BRAID,  Eng.  and  Sco.,  a  demi-lion,  gu.  Flo- 
reat  majestas.  44.  14 

BRAIDFOOT,  Sco.,  a  demi  griffin,  or.         86.  13 

BRAIDWOOD,  Sco.,  an  oak-tree,  acorned,  ppr. 
Vigueur  de  dessus.  25.  12 

BRAIKENRIDGE,  Somers.,  a  bee-hive,  or,  be- 
tween two  rose  branches,  ppr.  Bello  ac  pace 
paratus.  see  plate  76 

BRAILSFORD,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet  a  dragon's 
head.  90.  12 

BRAIMOR,  Sco.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
throwing  a  pheon,  hafted.  142.  7 

BRAIN,  or  BRAINE,  Eng.,  a  torteau,  az., 
charged  with  a  talbot's  head,  erased,  or. 

60.  II 

BRAINE,  or  BRAYNE,  Glouc.,  a  leopard's  head, 
ar.  10.  12 

BRAITHWAIT,  Yorks.,  a  greyhound,  couchant, 
ar.,  collared  and  lined,  gu.  comp.  18.  II 

BRAITHWAIT,  on  a  mpunt,  vert,  a  greyhound, 
couchant.  17.  10 

BRAKSDALL,  a  sheaf  of  arrows,  ppr.,  feathered 
and  banded,  gu.  107.  II 

BRAKYN,  Cambs.,  a  demi -fish,  erect,  az., 
charged  with  three  bezants,  in  bend,  be- 
tween two  cotises,  or.  comp.  5.  9 

BRAKYN,  Chesterton,  Cambs.,  a  hawk's  head, 
erased,  ar.,  ducally  gorged,  or.  see  plate  103 

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.  146.  4 

BRAMHALL,  Chesh.,  a  lion,  passant,  or,     36.  i 

BRAMLEY,  Eng.,  a  pheasant,  ppr.  113.  13 

BRAMPSTON,  Eng.,  a  fetterlock,  az.  77.  5 

BRAMPTON,  a  demi-marine,  vested,  ppr.,  in 
sinister  an  anchor,  in  dexter  a  spear. 

BRAMPTON,  Norf.,  a  lion,  rampant,  or.    41.  12 

BRAMPTON,  Norf.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  a 
talbot's  head,  gu.,  eared,  ar.  60.  5 

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.  144.  13 

BRAMSTON  of  Skreena,  Ess.,  a  lion,  sejant,  or, 
collared,  sa.,  charged  with  three  plates,  ar. 

see  plate  38 

BRAMWELL,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or, 
two  lions'  paws,  in  saltier,  ppr.  39.  3 

BRANCH,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  cock's 
head,  az.,  combed,  gu.,  in  beak  a  branch, 
vert.  comp.  94.  8 

BRAND,  Baron  Dacre.     See  DACRE. 

BRAND  of  Laurieston,  Sco.,  a  vol,  ppr.    113.  3 

BRAND,  Suff.  and  Lond.,  out  of  a  ducal  coro- 
net, or,  a  leopard's  head,  ar.  II.  2 

BRAND,  Eng.,  in  hand  a  battle-axe,  ppr.  156.  14 

BRAND,  Sco.,  two  elephants'  probosces,  ar., 
the  dexter  charged  with  three  mascles,  the 


BRA 

sinister  with  three  spur-rowels,  sa.    Aye  for- 
ward, comp.  145.  7 

BRAND,  beside  a  tree,  a  stag,  statant,  ppr.   81.4 

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.  10.  4 

BRAND,  Siirr.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
cockatrice's  head,  gu.,  between  wings,  ppr. 

92.  2 

BRANDEETH,  and  BRANDRETH,  Staffs.,  a  lamb, 
couchant,  ar. 

BRANDER,  Eng.,  an  elephant,  passant,  ar.  24.  14 

BRANDER,  Hants.,  a  phoenix  in  flames,  ppr. 

101.   10 

BRANDER,  Surr.  and  Sco.,  a  dove,  regardant, 
in  mouth  an  olive-branch,  ppr.  Silentio  et 
spe.  113.  7 

BRANDER,  Sco.,  a  dove,  with  olive-branch,  ppr. 
Silentio  et  spe.  106.  7 

BRANDESTON,  Eng-,  a  dexter  hand,  couped,  in 
fess,  gu.  134.  14 

BRANDFORD,  Lond. ,  an  eagle,  rising,  or,  in  beak 
a  sprig  of  oak,  fructed,  vert.  see  plate  100 

BRANDLING,  Northumb.,  stump  of  tree,  couped 
and  erased,  from  top  issuing  flames,  from 
sinister  side  sprig,  acorned  and  leaved,  all 
ppr.  Fide  et  virtute.  54.  5 

BRANDON,  Suff.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  or, 
guttee,  sa.,  ducally  crowned.  comp.  44.  5 

BRANDON,  a  dove,  regardant,  in  mouth  an 
olive-branch,  ppr.  113.  7 

BRANDON,  Lond.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  ar., 
charged  with  two  bars,  gu.,  on  each  of  which 
three  bezants.  see  plate  47 

BRANDON  and  HAMILTON,  Duke  of.  See 
HAMILTON. 

BRANDRAM,  Lond.,  a  bee,  volant,  or.        76.  4 

BRANDRAM,  a  lamb,  passant,  ar.      see  plate  55 

BRANDRETH,  an  escallop,  or.  5.  i 

BRANDT,  Eng.,  a  stag,  rising  out  of  a  bush, 
ppr.  .  79.  ii 

BRANDWOOD,  Durh.,  a  yew-tree,  ppr.       26.   i 

BRANFELL,  Ess.,  a  lion's  head,  erased.     47.   13 

BRANFILL  of  Upminster  Hall,  Ess.,  out  of  a 
cloud,  ppr.,  a  naked  arm,  in  hand  a  sword. 
'Not  in  vain.  152.  5 

BRANSCOMB,  BRANSCOMBE,  and  BRONSCOMB, 
Eng.,  a  lion,  passant,  regardant,  ducally 
gorged  and  chained,  ppr.  36.  4 

BRANSON,  or  BRAUNSON,  an  arm,  from  elbow, 
in  hand  a  scorpion,  ppr.  144.  1 1 

BRANT,  Eng.,  a  lion,  passant,  or.  36.   I 

BRANTHWAITE,  and  BRAITHWAITE,  Lond.,  on  a 
rock,  ppr.,  an  eagle,  .rising,  ar.  103.  9 

BRANTINGHAM,  Devons.,  an  oak- tree,  ppr. 

25-   13 

BRANTWAYTE,  on  a  rock,  ppr.,  an  eagle,  rising, 
ar.  103.  9 

BRASBRIDGE,  Warw.,  a  staff,  raguly,  ar. 

comp.  95.  2 

BRASH,  Sco.,  in  hand,  erect,  issuing  from  a 
cloud,  an  anchor,  in  pale,  ppr.  140.  6 

BRASHIER,  or  BRASIER,  Iri.,  a  demi-lion,  ram- 
pant. 42.  10 

BRASIER,  or  BRAZIER,  Eng.,  a  dove,  with 
olive-branch,  ppr.  106.  7 

BRASSEY,  Eng.,  a  hand  throwing  a  dart,  ppr. 

i.  6 

BRASSY,  a  unicorn,  sejant,  resting  dexter  on 
an  oak-tree,  ppr.  70.  14 


58  BBS 


BRASY,  a  bird,  ar.,  legged,  gu.  74-  I  * 

BRATHWAIT,  BOUGHTON-,  Poston  Court,  Heref., 

a  stork's  head,  erased,  in  beak  a  snake,  ppr. 

115-   5 

BRATHWAYTE,  Westm.,  a  greyhound,  couchant, 
ar.,  collared  and  lined,  gu.,  studded  and 
ringed,  or.  comp.  1 8.  II 

BRATSHAW,  a  bugle-horn,  stringed.  I.  13 

BRATT,  Staffs.,  two  greyhounds'  heads,  erased, 
collared,  and  addorsed,  ppr.  17.  12 

BRATTLE,  Eng.,  between  a  laurel  and  a  myrtle 
branch,  in  saltier,  a  battle-axe,  all  ppr.  29.  8 

BRAUNCH,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  derni- 
lion,  rampant,  pierced  in  breast  with  an 
arrow.  comp.  44.  13 

BRAUNCH,  and  BRAUNCHE,  Eng.,  on  a  garb,  or, 
a  bird,  sa.  1 1 2.  6 

BRAVING,  Wilts.,  a  demi-talbot,  gu.,  guttee- 
d'or,  ducally  crowned,  ar.  see  plate  6 1 

BRAWNE,  Lond.  and  Surr.,  out  of  a  mural  coro- 
net, or,  a  dragon's  head,  sa.  90.  5 

BRAY,  or  BRAYE,  Cornw.,  out  of  a  ducal  coro- 
net, az.,  a  griffin's  head,  or.  86.  3 

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.  86.  3 

BRAY,  an  ounce,  ppr.  n.  10 

BRAY,  an  arm,  erect,  vested,  az.,  in  hand,  ppr., . 
a  chaplet,  vert.  comp.  151.  5 

BRAY,  Beds,  and  Suss.,  a  lion,  passant,  gard- 
ant, or,  between  wings,  addorsed.  see  plate  36 

BRAYBROKE,  and  BRAYBROOK,  Suff.,  a  maiden's 
head,  ppr. ,  hair,  or,  wreathed  with  a  garland 
of  violets  and  leaves.  1 29.  5 

BRAYBROOKE,  Baron  (Neville-Griffin)  :  (i.)For 
Griffin,  a  talbot's  head,  erased,  sa.  61.  2. 
(2.)  For  Neville,  a  bull,  ar.,  pied,  sa.,  armed, 
or,  charged  on  neck  with  a  rose,  barbed  and 
seeded,  ppr.  Ne  vile  velis.  comp.  14.  13 

BRAYBROOKE,  Eng..  a  Minerva's  head,  affrontee, 
all  ppr.  129.  4 

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.  108.  5 

BRAYLESFORD,  and  BRAYLFORD,  Derbs.,  out  of 
a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  stag's  head,  affrontee, 
ppr.  83.  10 

BRAYNE,  Glouc.,  from  behind  a  mount,  vert, 
the  sun  rising,  ppr.  7.  5 

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

88.  7 

BRAYTOFT,  Line.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gu., 
crusily,  ar.  44.  15 

BREACH,  Eng.,  an  escarbuncle,  gu.          123.  4 

BREACH,  Cirencester,  Glouc.,  an  antelope,  se- 
jant, ppr.  see  plate  82 

BREADALBANE,  Marquess  of  (Campbell),  Sco., 
a  boar's  head,  erased,  ppr.  Follow  me.  3.  8 

BREAM,  Lond.,  an  arm,  couped  at  elbow,  and 
erect,  vested,  cuffed,  gold,  in  hand  a  fish, 
ppr.  God  is  my  defender.  comp.  156.  5 

BREANON,  Sco.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed 
in  hand  a  sword.  140.  13 

BREANT,  Eng.,  a  demi-griffin,  regardant,  hold- 
ing a  flag,  charged  with  a  saltier. 

see  plate  86 

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  141  and  95.  10 


BRB 

BREAWSE,  Eng.,  a  human  heart  transfixed  with 
a  sword,  in  bend,  sinister,  all  ppr.  145-  * 

BREBNER  of  Lairuey,  iSco.,  a  cock's  head, 
erased,  g\i.  94-  9 

BRECHE,  Eng.,  out  of  a  cup,  ar.,  three  roses, 
stalked  and  leaved,  ppr.  96.  I 

BRECK,  or  BREEK,  a  demi-lion,  ppr.  Firmus 
maneo.  44.  14 

BRECKNOCK,  and  BRECKNOT,  Eug.,  an  arm, 
issuing  from  clouds,  in  hand  an  anchor,  in 
pale.  140.  6 

BRECKNOCK,  Baron.     See  CAMUEN. 

BREDEL,  Lond.,  an  owl,  ppr.  Nitor  in  adver- 
sum.  107.  9 

BREE,  Eng.,  a  hand,  couped,  in  fesg.     134.   14 

BREEDON,  Berks,  and  Northamp.,  a  demi-lion, 
ar.,  holding  a  cross  pattee,  fitched,  gu. 

comp.  40.  8  and  44.    14 

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.  123.  7 

BREMBER,  Lond.,  two  arms,  in  armour,  em- 
bowed,  in  hands  a  battle-axe,  all  ppr. 

157-  3 

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.  149.  13 

BREMNER,  Eng.  and  Sco.,  a  dexter  arm,  vam- 
braced,  in  gauntlet  a  pheon,  erect.  Per 
tela,  per  hostes.  133.  2 

BREMNER,  Eng.,  a  cock's  head,  erased.      94.  9 
BRENAN,  Iri.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  a  demi- 
eagle,  displayed.  98.  3 

BRENAN,  and  BRENNAN,  Iri.,  a  wheel,  gu.   39.  2 
BRENCHESLEY,  and  BRENCHLEY,  Eng.,  an  annu- 
let, or,  within  it  an  escutcheon,  az.,  charged 
with  a  cross,  patonce,  gold.  95.  3 

BRENCHLEY,  Kent,  in  hand  a  laurel  branch, 

PPr-  !33-  4 

BRENDE,  Norf.,  a  lion,  rampant,  gardant,  ar. 

41.  7 
BRENDE,  Suff.,  the  fore-part  of  a  lion,  gu., 

united  to  hind-part  of  a  dragon,  vert,  sejant. 
BRENDON,  an  eagle,  displayed.  95.  13 

BRENT,  Glouc.,  Kent,  and  Somers.,  a  dragon's 

head,  between  wings,  expanded,  ar.      90.  9 
BRENT,  a  lion,  rampant.  41.  12 

BRENT,  a  wyvern's  head,  between  wings,  ar., 

charged  on  breast  with  three  ermine  spots, 

one  and  two.  comp.  90.  9 

BRENTINGHAM,  Eng.,  an  oak-tree,  ppr.  25.  12 
BRENTON,  Bart.,  out  of  a  naval  coronet,  or,  on 

circle,  "  Spartan,"  a   swan,    ar.,    gutteVde- 

sang.     Go  through.  see  plate  75 

BKKNTON,  a  swan,  ar.  75.    n 

BRENTON,    Eng.,    a    demi-savage,    affronted, 

handcuffed,  ppr.  136.   14 

BREOS,  DE,  Eng.,  an  eagle,  rising,  regardant, 

ppr.  ioo.  10 

BRERES,  Lane.,  a  stag's  head,  erminois.  84.  10 
BRERKS,  Lane.,  a  nag's  head,  erminois.  72.  I 
BRERETON,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up,  or,  a 

griffin,  statant,  wings  elevated.  87.    10 

BRERETON  of   Brinton,   Norf.,    a   bear,    ppr., 

muzzled,  or.     Opitulante  Deo.  28.   10 

BRERETON,  or  BREWERTON,  a  bear's  head  and 

neck,  or,  muzzled,  sa.  20.  9 

BRERETON,  Iri.,  a  demi-unicorn,  collared.  70.  6 


59  BRE 


BRERETON,  Chesh.  and  Norf.,  a  bear's  head  and 
neck,  erased,  sa.,  muzzled,  gu.,  studded,  or. 

20.  9 
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.  20.   1 1 

BRERWOOD,  or  BRIERWOOD,  Chester,  two  swords, 
in  saltier,  pommels  and  hilts,  or,  enfiled  with 
an  eari's  coronet,  ppr.  comp.  132.  9 

BRESIER,  out  of  a  crown  vallary,  a  lion's  head. 
BRESINGHAM,  on  a  chapeau,  ppr.,  a  demi-lion, 
rampant,  gardant,  or.  see  plate  43 

BRESSEY,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  teal,  ar.      109.  9 
BREST,  an  arm,   ppr.,  vested,  sa.,  in  hand  a 
bow,  ar.  147.    I 

BRETARGH,   Lane.,  in  lion's  paw  an  ostrich- 
feather.     Fan  qui  sentient.  78.    14 
BRETON,  or  BRETTON,  Lond.,  Ess.,  Staff.,  and 
Leic.,  on  a  lion's  gamb,  az.,  a  cheveron,  or, 
charged  with  a  mullet,  sa.  51-  7 
BRETON,  Norf.,  a  demi-talbot,  gu.,  eared,  col- 
lared and  lined,  or.                                    6 1.  5 
BRETON,  Northamp.,  on  a  mural  coronet,  gu., 
a  boar's  head,  couped,  sa.                comp.  .3.   I 
BRETON,  Eng.,  a  wolf,  ppr.                       19.  n 
BRETON,  or  BRETTON,  Eng.,  on  a  lion's  gamb, 
az.,  a  cheveron,  or.  51.  7 
BRETROOK,  Eng.,  a  horse,  saddled  and  bridled, 
at  full  speed.  73.  9 
BRETT,  a  sphinx,  passant.                        129.  13 
BRETT,  Iri.,  a  crane,  regardant,  wings  addorsed, 
resting  dexter  on  a  stone.                     1 1 6.     I 
BRETT,  Glouc.    and  Leic.,  on  a  tower,  ar.,  a 
man's  head,  ppr.                              see  plate  22 
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. 

3.6-  I 

BRETT,  Kent,  a  griffin's  head,  between  wings, 
az.,  beaked,  or.  88.  6 

BRETT,  Eng.,  a  demi-lion,  tail  forked,  ar.,  lan- 
gued  and  armed,  gu.  44.  14 

BRETTLE,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  ppr.       88.  7 
BREW,  Eng.,  a  park  gate,  gu.  155.    12 

BREWDNELL,  Eng.,  from  an  old  castle,  a  mart- 
let, rising,  sa.  22.    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.  143.  3 

BREWER,  or  BREUER,  a  mermaid,  with  mirror 
and  comb,  ppr.  32.  5 

BREWES,  DE,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  gu., 
a  lion's  gamb.  52.  5 

BREWIN,  two  eagles'  wings,  addorsed,  ppr., 
semee  of  trefoils,  slipped,  vert.  109.  12 

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  41 

BREWS,  or  BREWIS,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coro- 
net, a  cock's  head,  ppr.  94.  8 
BREWS,  BREWSE,  and  BREWES,  Eng.,  a  lion, 
passant,  az.  36.   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.                     52.  5 


BBB 


60 


BUI 


BREWSTEB,  and  BKEWSTED,  Sco.,  a  leopard's 
head,  erased,  az.  10.  6 

BREWSTER,  Whitfield,  Ess.,  a  demi-lion,  in 
dexter  a  club.  see  plate  44 

BREWSTER,  Northamp.,  a  leopard's  head,  erased, 
sa.  10.  6 

BREWSTER,  Suff.,  a  bear's  head,  erased,  az. 

28.  2 

BREY,  Eng.,  a  hill,  ppr.     By  degrees. 

comp.  132.  n 

BRETTON,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  wild  duck,  ppr. 

109.  9 

BRIAN,  Eng.,  a  demi-savage,  ppr.  i.  10 

BRIAN,  Eng.,  a  beacon,  flammant,  or.          2.  9 

BRIAND,  and  BRIANT,  Eng.,  out  of  a  mural 
coronet,  a  bundle  of  arrows,  banded. 

BRICE,  a  stag,  passant.  79.  4 

BRICE,  Somers.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  erm., 
pierced  through  with  an  arrow,  or,  headed 
and  feathered,  ar.  comp.  49.  7 

BRICE,  Iri.,  in  hand  a  cutlass,  all  ppr.  Do 
toett,  and  doubt  not.  158.  9 

BRICHEN,  Sco.,  an  arm,  in  fess,  out  of  clouds, 
ppr.,  in  hand  a  club.  140.  9 

BRICKDALE,  Eug.,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
dolphin,  naiant,  az.  68.  2 

BRICKENDEN,  in  lion's  gamb,  erased,  a  rose- 
branch,  slipped,  ppr.  43.  I 

BRICKENDEN,  Eng.,  a  demi-dragon.  91.  7 

BRICKENDEN,  a  demi-wyvern,  vert.         89.   n 

BRICKHURST,  Line.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  or, 
a  tiger's  head  and  neck,  ar.  comp.  10.  1 1 

BRICKWOOD,  a  demi-savage,  affrontee,  ppr., 
wreathed  about  middle  with  leaves,  vert,  in 
dexter  a  slip  of  oak,  of  the  last.  126.  12 

BRID,  Lond.,  an  eagle's  head,  ducally  gorged, 
or.  comp.  103.  6 

BRIDE,  Eng.,  two  eagles'  heads,  erased  and 
addorsed,  ppr.  100.  I 

BRIDGE,  Heref.  and  Ess.,  two  wings,  addorsed, 
ar.,  on  each  a  cheveron,  engrailed,  sa., 
charged  with  a  chaplet,  or.  comp.  log.  12 

BRIDGE,  Surr.,  a  stag's  head,  ar.  Nee  minus 
fortUer.  84.  II 

BRIDGEMAN,  Coney-Weston  Hall,  Norf.,  a  tre- 
foil, slipped,  vert.  13.  6 

BRIDGEMAN,  Lane.,  Warw.,  and  Salop,  a  fox, 
sejant,  ppr.  16.  9  or  10 

BRIDGEMAN,  Earl  of  Bradford,  a  demi-lion,  ar., 
between  paws  a  garland  of  laurel,  or.  Nee 
temere,  nee  timide.  see  plate  46 

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.  .  90.  8 

BRIDGER,  Kent,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
crab,  gu. 

BRIDGER  of  Buckingham  House,  Suss.,  a  crab, 
gu.  6.  8 

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.  44.  14 

BRIDGES,  on  a  tower,  a  hawk,  wings  displayed, 
all  ppr.  22.  4 

BRIDGES,  an  anchor,  in  pale,  ppr.  153.   n 

BRIDGES,  or  BRYDGES,  Ess.,  a  boar,  passant, 
ar.,  pierced  through  neck  with  broken  spear, 
headed,  of  the  first,  embrued,  gu.  see  plate  4 


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.  128.   14 

BRIDGES,  Eng.,  on  a  tower,  ar.,  masoned,  sa., 
a  dove,  rising,  ppr.  22.  4 

BRIDGET,  Salop,  a  fox,  sejant,  ppr.    16.  9  or  10 

BRIDGEWATER,  a  demi-stag,  or,  attired,  sa. 

79-  13 

BRIDGMAN,  Warw.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  ar., 
between  paws  a  garland  of  laurel,  ppr, 

comp.  46.  3 

BRIDGSTOCK,  a  raven,  sa.,  in  dexter  an  escal- 
lop, see  plate  114 

BRIDON,  Suff.,  a  hawk's  head,  erased,  sa., 
charged  with  three  bezants,  one  and  two. 

comp.  103.  3 

BRIEN,  Iri.,  a  cross  pattde,  gu.,  between  horns 
of  a  crescent,  or.  77.  2 

BRIERLY,  Eng.,  a  fox,  sejant,  ppr.    16.  9  or  10 

BRIERLY,  Lond.,  a  cross,  potent,  fitched,  gu., 
between  wings,  ar. 

comp.  141  and  95.   10 

BRIERS,  Beds.,  a  demi-leopard,  rampant,  gar- 
dant,  erased,  az.,  gorged  with  a  collar,  ar., 
charged  with  three  mullets,  pierced,  gu. 

see  plate  9 

BRIERWOOD,  two  swords,  in  saltier,  enfiled  with 
an  earl's  coronet.  comp.  132.  9 

BRIG,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  in  hand  a 
dagger,  ppr.  143.  7 

BRIGDEN,  Suss.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
ppr.,  garnished,  or,  wielding  a  sword,  ar. , 
hilt  and  pommel,  gold.  Mca  gloria  fides. 

140.   13 

BRIGGES,  Westm.,  a  fox,  ppr.  16.  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.  10 

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.  146.  5 

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.  91.  7 

BRIGHAM,  Yorks.,  on  a  cloud,  a  crescent,  be- 
tween two  branches  of  palm,  in  orle. 

comp.  39.  8 

BRIGHAM,  or  BRIGGAM,  Yorks.,  a  boar's  head, 
in  bend,  couped,  sa.  3.  4 

BRIGHAM  of  Foxley  House,  Chester,  out  of  a 
ducal  coronet,  a  plume  of  feathers.  In  cruce 
salus.  1 08.  5 

BRIGHOUSE,  Line.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  or, 
a  tiger's  head,  ar.  comp.  10.  8 

BRIGHT,  Iri.,  in  hand,  erect,  ppr.,  vested,  sa., 
out  of  a  cloud  shedding  forth  rays,  a  mort- 
head.  157.  10 

BRIGHT,  Eng.,  a  dragon's  head.  90.   4 

BRIGHT,  Eng.,  the  sun  in  glory,  or,  in  clouds, 
ppr.  7.  I 

BRIGHT,  Bart.,  Harrow-weald,  a  mass  of 
clouds,  and  therefrom  a  sun,  issuant,  all 
ppr.  7-  I 

BRIGHT,  Suss.,  the  sun  in  glory,  or,  in  clouds, 
ppr.  Lumen  umbra  Dei.  7.  I 


BBI 


BRIGHT,  Chesh.,  a  demi-griffin,  in  dexter  a 
mullet,  sa.  see  plate  %6 

BRIGHT,  Suff.,  a  dragon's  head,  gu.,  vomiting 
fire,  ppr.,  collared  and  lined,  or.  comp.  go.  6 

BRIGHTMAN,  or  BRITZMAN,  Surrey,  out  of  rays, 
or,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  ppr.,  gar- 
nished, gold,  in  gauntlet  a  sword,  ar.,  hilted, 
gold.  157-  2 

BRIGID,  Iri.,  out  of  a  cloud,  ppr.,  an  etoile  of 
eight  rays.  7-  4 

BRIGNAC,  Eng.,  a  reindeer's  head,  cabossed. 

64.  2 

BRIGNALL,  an  eagle,  with  two  heads,  displayed, 
charged  on  breast  with  a  saltier.  95.  8 

BRIGWOOD,  a  demi-savage,  affronted,  wreathed 
about  middle  with  leaves,  in  dexter  a  slip  of 
oak,  all  ppr.  126.  12 

BRIN,  Iri ,  a  dexter  hand,  couped,  gu.     153.  7 

BRINDLEY,  and  BRINLEY,  Eng.,  a  wyvern,  in 
mouth  a  hand,  ppr.  91.  9 

BRINE,  Eng.,  two  swords,  in  saltier,  ppr.,  sur- 
mounted by  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  gu. 

120.  4 

BRINGBORNE,  Kent,  on  a  wolf's  head,  erased, 
sa.,  a  pile,  or.  comp.  19.  6 

BRINGHAM,  Eng.,  a  cat,  salient,  gardant,  ppr. 

62.  6 

BRINGHURST,  Leic.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  em- 
bowed,  ar.,  in  hand  a  club,  sa.,  spiked,  or. 

154.   14 

BRINKHURST,  a  demi-lion,  ar.,  ducally  crowned, 
or,  in  each  paw  a  bezant.  see  plate  42 

BRINKLOW,  or  BRINGLOW,  a  demi-lion,  or,  sup- 
porting a  flaming  sword,  gu.,  hilt,  gold. 

see  plate  43 

BRINKWORTH,  Bath,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  wil- 
low-tree, ppr. 

BRINS,  a  talbot's  head,  collared,  swallowing  a 
bird,  wings  expanded.  see  plate  6 1 

BRISAC,  Eng.,  an  arm,  embowed,  ppr.,  vested, 
gu.,  in  hand  a  covered  cup,  or.  67.  12 

BRISBAN,  or  BRISBANE,  Sco.,  an  anchor,  in 
pale,  with  serpent  wreathed,  all  ppr.  Ani- 
mum prudentia firmat.  I.  7 

BRISBANE,  M'DOUGALL,  Bart.,  Sco.,  a  stork's 
head,  erased,  in  beak  a  serpent,  all  ppr. 
Certamine  summo.  115-  5 

BRISBANE,  Sco.,  an  ant-hillock,  semde  of  ants, 
ppr.  Virtuti  damnosa  quies.  comp.  134.  II 

BRISBANE,  Eng.,  a  demi-savage,  holding  over 
shoulder  a  club,  ppr.  125.  IO 

BRISBANE,  and  BRISBON,  Sco.,  a  heron's  head, 
erased,  in  mouth  an  eel,  all  ppr.  Certamine 
summo.  115.  5 

BRISBON,  or  BRISBONE,  on  a  chapeau,  a  lion, 

rampant,  holding  an  arrow,  point  downward. 

comp.  41.   10 

BRISCO,  Bart.,  Cumb.,  a  greyhound,  current, 
sa.,  seizing  a  hare,  ppr.  see  plate  1 7 

BRISCOA,  Eng.,  a  pennon,  gu.,  charged  with  a 
crescent,  ar.,  staff  in  bend,  sa.,  headed,  or. 

comp.  2.  8 

BRISCOE,  and  BRISCOWE,  Eng.,  a  pheon,  be- 
tween two  arms,  in  armour,  embowed,  sup- 
porting a  Saracen's  head,  affronte'e.  1 21.  2 

BRISCOE,  and  BRISCOWE,  Iri.,  a  Saracen's  head, 
affrontde,  ppr.  123.  14 

BRISE-RUGGLES,  Ess.  and  Suff.,  a  tower,  or, 
transpierced  with  four  darts,  in  saltier,  in- 
flamed, ppr.  Struggle. 

BRISLAY,  a  cock-pheasant,  p£r. ,  standing  among 
flowers,  az.,  leaved,  vert.  113.  13 


61  BBO 

BRISTED,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand,  a  spur,  ppr. 

152.  9 
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  9 
BRISTOW,  Herts.,  out  of  a  crescent,  or,  a  demi- 

eagle  displayed,  az.  95-9 

BRISTOW  of  Broxmore  Park,  Wilts.,  out  of  a 

crescent,  or,   a   demi-eagle,   displayed,    az. 

Vigilantibus  non  dormicntibus.  95.  9 

BRISTOWE  of   Beesthorpe  Hall,  Nottingham, 

same  crest  and  motto. 
BRITAIN,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand,  ppr.,  a  key,  or. 

78.   13 

BRITAIN,  BRITON,  BRITTEN,  and  BRITTON,  out 
of  a  naval  coronet,  a  mermaid,  in  dexter  a 
purse,  in  sinister  a  comb,  ppr.  122.  2 

BRITLEY,  on  a  chapeau,  a  demi-lion,  in  dexter 
a  mullet.  see  plate  44 

BRITTAIN,  or  BRITTAINE,  Eng.,  in  eagle's  claw, 
erased,  in  fess,  a  quill.  113.  8 

BRITTEN,  Eng.,  an  ear  of  wheat  and  palm- 
branch,  in  saltier,  ppr.  13.  9 

BRITWEESIL,  Eng.,  a  salmon,  naiant,  ppr.  5.  1 1 

BRIWER,  or  BRIWERE,  Eng.,  out 'of  a  cloud  a 
dexter  arm,  in  hand  an  open  book,  ppr. 

126.  I 

BRIXTON,  or  BRIXTONE,  a  demi-horse,  rampant, 
ar.  72.  10 

BROAD,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up,  erm.,  a 
leopard's  face,  ar.  see  plate  10 

BROAD,  on  a  chapeau,  a  tiger's  head,  ducally 
crowned.  see  plate  10 

BROAD,  Eng.,  a  demi-savage,  in  dexter  three 
arrows,  pointing  with  sinister  to  an  imperial 
crown.  1 20.  I 

BROADBELT,  an  eagle  displayed,  ppr.      95.   13 

BROADBENT,  or  BRODBENT,  a  pheon,  ar.,  point, 
gutte'e-de-sang,  staff  broken,  or.  77.  15 

BROADBENT,  Eng.,  a  dexter  arm,  ppr.,  in  hand 
a  covered  cup,  or.  159.  5 

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. 

12.  9 

BROADHURST,  Eng.,  a  mermaid,  in  dexter  a 
dagger,  ppr.  32.  9 

BROADHURST,  in  water,  a  swan,  swimming, 
ppr.,  wings  expanded,  or,  charged  on  breast 
with  an  etoile,  sa.  comp.  76.  14 

BROADLEY,  Eng.,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  ppr. 
Mitis  sed  fortis.  83.  13 

BROADLEY,  Lond.,  a  talbot,  passant,  ppr.  Non 
immemor  bcneficii.  61.  7 

BROADLEY,  Lond.,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  ppr. 
Non  immemor  beneficii.  83.  13 

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.  84.  10 

BROADSTONE,  Eng.,  in  a  cloud,  a  crescent,  be- 
tween two  palm-branches.  30.  12 

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 
^4rens. 


BRO 


62 


BRO 


BKOCAS,  Lond. ,  a  man's  head,  couped  at  shoul- 
ders, radiated,  ppr.  123.  14 

BBOCAS,  Wokefield  House,  Bucks.,  a  negro's 
head,  in  profile,  ppr.,  couped  at  shoulder, 
crowned  with  an  eastern  coronet,  or.  135.  12 

BKOCK,  Sco.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  a  dove,  rising, 
ppr.  105.  2 

BROCK,  Ess.,  a  pegasus,  az.  71.  13 

BROCK,  or  BROOKE,  Chesh.,  a  demi-lion,  ram- 
pant, gu.,  in  dexter  a  dart,  or,  feathered. 

see  plate  43 

BROCK,  an  escallop,  or.  5.  i 

BROCKAS,  or  BROKAS,  Hants.,  a  lion,  sejant, 
in  dexter  a  cross  pattee,  fitched,  resting  sin- 
ister against  a  pyramid.  38.  7 

BROCKBANK,  The  Croft,  Kirsanton,  Lane., 
stag  at  gaze,  ppr.  8 1.  10 

BROCKDON,  Devons.,  a  stag's  head,  erased, 
attired,  or.  83.  13 

BROCKET  of  The  Ryes,  Ess.,  a  stag,  lodged, 
sa.,  ducally  gorged  and  lined,  or. 

see  plate  80 

BROCKET,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  pierced  through 


neck  with  an  arrow. 


comp.  81.   i; 


BROCKET,  or  BROCKHILL,  Kent,  a  badger,  sa. 

34-  II 

BROCKET,  a  brocket,  or  young  deer,  lodged, 
ppr.  80.  9 

BROCKHOLES,  Eng.,  a  fret,  ar.  128.  II 

BROCKHOLES,  Lane.,  a  brock  or  badger,  pas- 
sant, sa.  34.  9 
BROCKHOLES-FITZHERBERT  of  Claughton  Hall, 
Lancaster,  a  brock  or  badger,  passant,  sa. 

34-  9 
BROCKLEHURST,  a  brock,  ppr.     Veritas  me  diri- 

c/it.  34.  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.  131.   15 

BROCTON,  Salop,  a  hand  holding  up  a  ducal 

coronet,  couped  and  tasselled,  between  two 

branches  of  laurel,  in  orle.  60.   I 

BRODERIP,  BRODREPP,  or  BRODRIBB,  Eng.,  in 

a  cup,  or,  three  roses,  gu.,  slipped  and  leaved, 

vert.  96.   I 

BRODIE  of  Brodie,  Morayshire,  in  dexter  hand 

a  bunch  of  arrows,  all  ppr.  127.  12 

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.  127.  12 

BRODIE,  Eng.,  in  lion's  paw,  erased,   sa.,   a 

palm-branch,  ppr.  43.  5 

BRODLEY,   Lond.  and  Lane.,  a  boar's  head, 

couped,  gu.  3.  9 

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  101 

BRODOCKSHAW,   Eng.,  a  stag's  head,  ar. 

84.  10 
BRODRICK,  Surr.,  a  spear-head,  ar.,  embrued, 

gu.  147.  9 

BRODRICK,  Baron.     See  MIDDLETON. 
BEOESE,  Eng.,  a  crane,  in  claw  a  stone,  ppr. 

115.  6 


BROGDEN,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  in 
hand  a  rose,  gu.,  slipped  and  leaved,  vert. 

140.   I 

BROGDEN,  Lond.,  a  demi-lion,  ducally  crowned, 
between  paws  a  cross  formee.  161.  8 

BROGE,  BROGG,  and  BROIGE,  Sco.,  in  hand  a 
sword,  ppr.  Honor  at  mws.  159-  7 

BROGRAVE,  Bart.,  Norf.,  an  eagle,  displayed, 
erm.,  ducally  crowned,  beaked  and  mem- 
bered,  or.  Finis  dat  esse.  see  plate  96 

BROGRAVE,  Norf.  and  Warw.,  an  eagle,  dis- 
played, ppr.  96.  10 

BROGRAVE,  Lond.,  Herts.,  and  Lane.,  an  eagle, 
displayed,  with  two  heads,  erm.,  each  du- 
cally crowned,  or.  comp.  96.  1 1 

BROHIER,  or  BROHEIR,  Eng.,  in  a  crescent,  an 
arrow,  in  pale.  149.  I 

BROKE,  Eng.,  a  fox's  head,  ppr.  16.  3 

BROKE,  a  demi-horse.  72.   10 

BROKE,  Bart.,  Suff.,  a  brock  or  badger,  passant, 
ppr.  34.  9.  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. 

143.  2 

BROKELSBEY,  Line.,  a  brock  or  badger,  ppr. 

34-  II 

BROKER,  Northamp.,  a  demi-seahorse,  or. 

69.   ii 
BROKESBY,  Leic.,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  gu. 

3-  9 

BROMAGE,  Wore.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  an 
armed  arm,  in  gauntlet  a  sword,  ppr.  122.  3 

BROMALL,  a  Bacchus's  head,  couped  at  shoul- 
ders, gu.  130.  13 

BROMBOROUGH,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
cubit  arm,  az.,  cuffed,  ar.,  in  hand  an  oak- 
branch,  ppr.,  fructed,  gold.  comp.  144.  2 

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  46 

BROME,  BROOM,  and  BROOME,  Oxon.,  an  arm, 
couped  at  elbow,  and  erect,  vested,  in  hand, 
ppr.,  a  bunch  of  broom,  vert,  seeded,  gold. 

121.    12 

BROME  of  West  Mailing,  Kent,  an  arm,  vested, 
gu.,  turned  up,  ar.,  in  hand,  ppr.,  a  slip  of 
broom,  vert,  flowered,  or.  l)ominet  dirige 
nos.  121.  12 

BROMEALL,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  double- 
queued,  ppr.-  46.  12 

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.  46.  I 

BROMELL,  Eng.,  a  demi-eagle,  displayed,  with 
two  heads,  each  ducally  crowned.  96.  1 1 

BROMEWICH,  and  BROMWICH,  Glouc.,  Heref., 
and  Herts.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
unicorn's  head,  sa.  (Another,  gutte*e-d'or. ) 

70.  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  9 

BROMFIELD,  Staffs.,  a  lion,  passant,  gardant, 
gorged  with  a  wreath,  or  and  az.  see  plate  36 

BROMFLET,  or  BRON  ^ET,  Lane.,  on  a  chapeau, 
sa.,  turned  up,  ,-,,r.,  a  wyvern,  vert,  ducally 
crowned,  or.  92.  5 


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  44 

BROMHALL,  Lond.  and  Chesh.,  a  lion,  passant, 
or.  36.  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  7 1 

BROMHEAD,  Iri.,  a  pelican,  vulning,  ppr.    97.  7 

BROMIGE,  Eng.,  out  of  a  rnural  coronet  or,  a 
talbot's  head,  az.,  eared,  gold.  Fides  ser- 
vata  ditat.  60.  5 

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  46 

BROMLEY,  Salop,  a  lion's  gamb,  erect,  ar.   51.  15 

BROMLEY,  Bart.,  Eaststoke,  Notts.,  a  pheasant, 
sitting,  ppr.  Pensez  forte,  see  plate  113 

BROMLEY,  Salop,  same  crest. 

BROMPTON,  Eng.,  a  lion,  rampant,  or.      41.12 

BROMWICH,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  unicorn's 
head,  sa.,  gutte'e-d'or.  _  70.  I 

BROND,  or  BROUNDE,  Lond.  and  Suff.,  a  demi- 
griffin,  or,  in  dexter  a  battle-axe,  in  bend, 
ar.,  handle,  gu.  86.  14 

BRONKER,  Kent  and  Middx.,  a  talbot,  passant, 
gu.,  under  dexter  a  garland  of  flowers,  ppr. 

see  plate  6 1 

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.  36.  4 

BROOK,  Chesh.,  a  badger,  passant,  ppr.    34.  9 

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.  34.  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.  1 1 2.  3 

BROOK,  a  fleur-de-lis,  ar.,  around  it  a  serpent 
entwined,  ppr.  in.  5 

BROOKE  of  Mere  Hall,  Chester,  a  badger, 
passant,  ppr.  Vis  unita  fortior.  34.  9 

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.  7&  4 

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.  75.  5. 
(2.)  A  bear,  erect,  ar.,  muzzled,  gu.,  collared 
and  chained,  or,  supporting  a  ragged  staff, 
of  the  first.  Vix  ea  nostra  roco. 

comp.  28.  9 

BROOKE,  DE  CAPEL,  Bart.,  Northamp.,  a  demi- 
sea  horse,  ar.,  maned  and  finned,  or.  Spes 
mea  in  Deo.  69.  1 1 

BROOKE,  Hants.,  a  lion,  rampant,  or.      41.   12 
BROOKE,  Staffs.,  a  stork  or  crane,  or.      115.  8 


BROOKE,  Salop,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  badger, 

passant,  ppr.  34.    1 1 

BROOKE,  a  goat's  head,  erased,  sa.,  horned  and 

bearded,  or.  55.  2 

BROOKE,  Bart.,  Chester,  a  man,  in  armour,  in 

dexter  a  spear,  on  sinister  arm  a  shield,  all 

ppr.  126.   IO 

BROOKE,  an  Indian   goat's  head,   erased,  or, 

eared  and  armed,  gold.  56-  4 

BROOKE,  Bart.,   Chesh.  and  Iri.,  a  brock   or 

badger,  ppr.  34.  9 

BROOKE,  Bucks.,  out  of  a  coronet,  or,  a  plume 

of  ostrich-feathers,  or  and  sa.  1 08.   5 

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  94 

BROOKE,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  charged  with 

a  fess  dancettee,   and  in   base   a   crosslet, 

fitches!,  gu.  see  plate  88 

BROOKE,  a  hedgehog,  ppr.  33.  2 

BROOKES,  on  a  mount,  a  bear   muzzled  and 

chained.  28.   1 1 

BROOKES,  or  BROOKS,  Eng.,  three  organ  pipes, 

two  in  saltier,  one  in  pale,  or,  enfiled  with 

a  garland  of  laurel,  vert.  comp.  137.  7 

BROOKESBY,  Eng.,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  gu., 

bristled,  or.  3.  4 

BROOKING,  Eng. ,  a  sword,  in  pale,  enfiled  with 

a  savage's  head,  couped,  ppr.  67.   14 

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. 

115.  6 
BROOKS,  Bedford,  on  a  mural  coronet,  an  otter, 

ppr.     Ut  amnis  vita  labitur.  see  plate  34 

BROOKS,  or  BROOKES,  Sco.,  a  beaver,  passant. 

Persevcrando.  33.   1 1 

BROOKS,  a  bear,  ppr.,  muzzled  and  chained. 
BROOKS,  Eng.,  a  badger,  ppr.  34.  1 1 

BROOKS,  a  lion,  passant.  36.   I 

BROOKSBANK,   Yorks.  and  Middx.,   a  hart's 

head,  couped,  ppr.,  attired,  or,  gorged  with 

two  bars,  wavy,  az.  comp.  85.  8 

BROOME,  Heref.,  a  demi-eagle,  or,  winged,  sa., 

in  beak  a  slip  of  broom,  vert,      see  plate  101 
BROOMFIELD,   Eng.,  a   hand,   issuing  from  a 

cloud,  in  fess,  pointing  to  a  serpent,  head 

erect,  ppr.  1 2 1.  7 

BROOMFIELD,  a  demi-heraldic  tiger,  in  dexter 

a  broken  sword.  see  plate  64 

BROOMHEAD,  Eng.,  a  cockatrice,  displayed,  gu. 

92.  12 
BROON,  Eng.,  a  branch  of  holly,  and  a  cross 

crosslet,  fitched,  in  saltier.  84.   IO 

BROSTER,  Chester,  in  dexter  hand,  ppr.,  vested, 

a  palm -branch,  vert.  comp.  158.  6 

BROTHERS,    a  demi-greyhound,  sa.,  in  feet  a 

dart,  gu.,  feathered,  ar.  see  plate  17 

BROTHERTON,  Eng.,  in  hand,  a  club,  ppr. 

158.  8 
BROTHERTON,  Stubbing's  House,  Maidenhead  : 

( I.)  An  eagle,  displayed,  ppr.    95.13.    (2.)  A 

bear's  head,  erased  at  neck,  ar.,  in  mouth  an 

arrow,  or,  pheoned   and   feathered,   of   the 

first.  see  plate  28 

BROUGH,  Line.,  a  lion,   sejant,  collared   and 

lined,  or.  38.   I. 

BROUGH,  Sco.,  a  buffalo's  head,  sa.  14.  9 

BROUGHAM  and  VAUX,  Baron,  Penrith,  an  arm 


BBO 


64 


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.  143.  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  102 

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  3 

BROUGHTON,  Bart.,  Staffs,  and  Chesh.,  a  sea- 
dog's  head,  gu.,  erased  and  finned,  ar. 

BROUGHTON,  Salop,  a  talbot,  passant,  gu. 

61.  7 

BROUGHTON,  three  ostrich -feathers.  51.  3 

BROUGHTON,  Staffs.,  a  squirrel,  sejant,  gu. 

58.  12 

BROUGHTON,  Salop,  an  owl,  ar.,  charged  on 
breast  with  three  snakes,  in  fret,  vert. 

comp.  107.  8 

BROUGHTON,  a  savage's  head,  affrontee,  ppr., 
temples  wreathed,  rising  therefrom  three 
ostrich-feathers.  122.  14 

BROUGHTON,  Eng.,  a  crane's  head  and  neck, 
erased,  in  mouth  a  serpent,  ppr. 

BROUGHTON,  a  badger,  ppr.  34.  9 

BROUGHTON,  Somers.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a 
spaniel,  couchant,  erm.  59.  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.       41.  9 

BROUN,  a  dexter  arm,  from  elbow,  erect,  in 
hand,  ppr.,  a  book.  144.  12 

BROUNCKER,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  in 
gauntlet  a  sword,  ppr.  140.  13 

BROUND,  or  BROUNDE,  Suff.,  a  demi-griffin,  or, 
in  dexter  a  battle-axe,  ar.,  handle,  gu.  86.  14 

BROUNKER,  Iri.,  the  Roman  fasces,  ppr.    90.  3 

BROUNKER,  Eng.,  in  lion's  paw,  erased,  ppr., 
a  bezant,  or.  45.  i 

BROUNLEE,  a  demi-peacock,  issuing,  ppr. 

ii7-  13 

BROWELL,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand  a  scimitar, 
ppr.  158.  9 

BROWKER,  Lond.  and  Southwark,  a  talbot,  pas- 
sant, gu.,  supporting  with  dexter  a  chaplet, 
vert.  see  plate  61 

BROWN,  Norf.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  an  ostrich, 
ar.,  winged,  beaked,  legged,  and  collared, 
or.  see  plate  102 

BROWN,  Sco.,  a  lion,  rampant,  charged  with  a 
cinquefoil,  between  two  fleurs-de-lis,  ar.  Si 
sit  prudentia.  see  plate  40 

BROWN  'of  Clonboy,  co.  Clare,  an  eagle,  dis- 
played. Virtus  dabit,  euro,  servabit.  95.  13 

BROWN,  a  lion,  rampant,  in  dexter  a  fleur-de- 
lis,  or.  Ploreat  majestas.  41.  9 

BROWN,  Sco.,  a  demi-lion,  gu.,  in  dexter  a 
fleur-de-lis,  or.  Florcat  majestas.  46.  1 1 

BROWN,  Eng.,  same  crest.     Gaudco. 

BROWN,  same  crest.     Tandem  licet  sero. 

BROWN,  or  BROUN,  Sco.,  a  vine-tree,  ppr. 
Premium  virtutis  honor.  30.  7 

BROWN,  German  and  Sco.,  a  dolphin,  naiant, 
ppr.  Virtus  dcdit,  cura  servabit.  68.  1 1 

BROWN,  Sco.,  a  ship  in  full  sail,  in  the  sea,  all 
ppr.  Deus  adesto.  21.  14. 


BROWN,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  ppr.  Vi  et 
virtute.  IO2.  10 

BROWN,  Berks.,  a  lion,  rampant.   Spero.    41.  12 

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  88 

BROWN,  Herts.,  a  buck's  head,  sa.,  attired,  or, 
issuing  from  a  crown,  gold.  Si  sit  pru- 
dentia. 83.  I 

BROWN,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  in  dexter  a  tre- 
foil, vert.  comp.  46.  1 1 

BROWN,  and  BROWNE,  Eng.,  a  griffin's  head, 
erased,  or.  88.  7 

BROWN,  a  lion,  passant.  36.   I 

BROWN,  ADAM,  Esq.,  Hamilton,  Ontario,  a  lion, 
rampant,  charged  with  a  fleur-de-lis,  or. 
Floreat  majestas.  see  plate  41 

BROWN,  on  a  mount,  a  hare,  current,  ppr.   58.  8 

BROWN,  and  BROWNE,  Eng.,  an  eagle,  dis- 
played, vert.  Suivez  la  raison.  95.  13 

BROWN,  Bart.,  Westminster  and  Sco.,  a  demi- 
lion,  gu.,  in  dexter  a  fleur-de-lis,  or.  46.  1 1 

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.  21.  13 

BROWN,  Sco.,  a  rose,  gu.,  stalked  and  leaved, 
ppr.  Armat  et  ornat.  3°-  & 

BROWN,  Sco.,  a  lion,  rampant,  ppr.  Famce 
studiosus  honestce.  41.  12 

BROWN,  Sco.,  a  lion,  rampant.     Spero.    41.   12 

BROWN,  Sco.  a  dolphin,  naiant,  ppr.  Labor 
omnia  vincit.  68.  1 1 

BROWN,  Sco.,  in  hand  an  open  book,  ppr.  Dens 
evehit  pios.  comp.  126.  I 

BROWN,  Colston,  Sco.,  a  lion,  rampant,  in  dex- 
ter a  fleur-de-lis,  or.  Floreat  majestas.  41.  9 

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.  41.  9 

BROWN,  Sco.,  a  cock,  ppr.     Docendo  disco. 

94-   12 

BROWN,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  closed  book,  ppr.  De- 
lectat  et  ornat.  '144'  12 

BROWN,  Sco.,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  ppr. 

102.  10 

BROWN,  or  BROWNE,  Sco.  and  Iri.,  an  arm,  in 
armour,  embowed,  couped  at  shoulder,  in 
hand  a  sword,  ppr.  143.  7 

BROWN,  on  a  lure,  a  falcon,  rising,  ppr.     104.  9 

BROWNE,  Marquess  of  Sligo.     See  SLIGO. 

BROWNE,  Bart.,  Johnstown,  Dublin,  an  eagle, 
displayed,  vert.  Suivez  la  raison.  95.  13 

BROWNE,  Liverpool,  Lane.,  an  eagle,  displayed, 
with  two  heads,  wings,  or,  each  wing  charged 
with  a  fleur-de-lis,  sa.  see  plate  96 

BROWNE,  Derbs.,  a  lion,  rampant,  ar.,  ducally 
crowned,  or,  supporting  a  tilting- spear,  ppr., 
headed,  of  the  first.  comp.  41.  4 

BROWNE,  Suss.,  a  stag,  ppr.,  attired,  ducally 
gorged,  and  lined,  or.  see  plate  8 1 

BROWNE,  Baron  Kilmaine.     See  KILMAINE. 

BROWNE,  Notts.,  a  cock-pheasant,  az.,  combed 
and  beaked,  gu.,  collared,  or.  113.  II 

BROWNE,  Dors.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  hare,  cur- 
rent, ar.  58.  8 

BROWNE,  a  demi-lion,  ducally  gorged  and 
chained,  or.  46.  8 


BRO 


BRO 


BROWNE,  Devons.  and  Heref.,  a  demi-man,  sa., 
wreathed  about  middle  and  temples,  in  dex- 
ter a  hammer,  or.  comp.  131.  9 

BROWNE,  Lane.,  an  eagle,  displayed,  ar.,  on 
wings  two  bars,  sa.  95-  13 

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.  97.  8 

BROWNE,  Eng.,  in  bear's  paw,  couped  and 
erect,  or,  a  falchion,  ar.  43.  3 

BROWNE,  Islington,  a  crane,  az.,  beaked  and 
legged,  or,  crown  of  head,  gu.,  in  mouth  an 
ear  of  wheat,  gold.  see  plate  1 1 5 

BROWNE,  Herts.,  a  dragon's  head,  ar.,  guttee- 
de-poix,  between  wings,  expanded,  sa.,  gut- 
tee-de-larmes.  90.  9 

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.  115.   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  5.  (2.)  A 
demi-talbot,  rampant,  ar.,  pellette'e,  holding 
a  spear  erect,  or.  comp.  61.  4 

BROWNE  of  Janeville,  Down,  an  eagle,  dis- 
played, vert.  Suivez  la  raison.  95.  13 

BROWNE  of  Mount  Kelly,  Galway,  same  crest 
and  motto. 

BROWNE  of  Bronwylfa,  co.  Flint,  an  eagle,  dis- 
played, vert.  Spectemur  agendo.  95.  13 

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.  96.  13 

BROWNE  of  Moyne,  Galway,  a  griffin's  head, 
erased.  Fortiter  et  fideliter.  88.  7 

BROWNE  of  Greenville,  Galway,  same  crest  and 
motto. 

BROWNE,  Ess.,  an  eagle,  displayed,  with  two 
heads,  sa.  96.  13 

BROWNE,  an  eagle,  displayed,  with  two  heads, 
sa.,  per  az.  and  gu.,  winged,  or.  96.  13 

BROWNE,  Heref.,  a  demi-griffin,  vert,  winged 
and  legged,  or.  86.  13 

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  3  and  4 

BROWNE,  Middx.,  a  buck's  head,  erased,  ppr., 
attired,  or.  83.  13 

BROWNE,  Lond.,  a  bee-hive,  with  bees  volant, 
ppr.  Virtus  et  industria.  76.  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.  135.  II 

BROWNE,  an  arm,  couped  and  erect,  vested,  az., 
cuffed,  erm.,  in  hand,  ppr.,  a  caltrap,  or. 

comp.  121.  3 

BROWNE,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  or,  collared, 
ar.  88.  7 


BROWNE,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  ar.,  in  beak 
an  arrow,  ppr.  see  plate  102 

BROWNE,  Weymouth,  Dors.,  a  griffin's  head, 
erased,  sa.,  beaked,  or.  88.  7 

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  115 

BROWNE,  a  demi-griffin,  vert,  wings  elevated, 
or.  86.  13 

BROWNE  of  Tallantire  Hall,  Cumb.,  a  griffin's 
head,  vert,  between  wings.  Traducere 
cevum  leniter.  88.  6 

BROWNE,  Bart.,  Suss.,  an  eagle,  displayed, 
vert.  98.  10 

BROWNE  of  Browne  Hall,  Mayo,  a  griffin's 
head,  erased,  ar.,  langued,  gu.  Fortiter  et 
fideliter.  88.  7 

BROWNE,  WILLIAM-,  of  Rathbane,  Limerick, 
on  a  marquess's  coronet,  ppr.,  an  eagle,  dis- 
played, gu.,  winged  and  membered,  or. 
Suivez  la  raison.  comp.  98.  IO 

BROWNELL,  Yorks.,  an  escallop,  ar.  5.   i 

BROWNELL,  Derbs.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a 
triple  plume  of  twelve  ostrich-feathers,  ar. 

118.  2 

BROWNHILL,  Sco. ,  the  sun  rising  from  behind 
a  mountain,  ppr.  Radii  omnia  lustrant.  7.  5 

BROWNING,  Comley,  Glouc.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu., 
turned  up,  erm.,  a  pair  of  wings,  erect,  in 
bend  sinister.  comp.  51.  2 

BROWNING,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  cocka- 
trice's head.  92.  7 

BROWNING,  Iri.,  a  dexter  arm,  embowed,  in 
hand  a  battle-axe,  ppr.  comp.  156.  14 

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.  14 

BROWNLEE,  and  BROWNLIE,  Sco.,  an  arm,  in 
armour,  in  hand  <a  sword.  140.  13 

BROWNLEE,  and  BRONLIE,  Eng.,  a  demi-pea- 
cock,  issuing,  ppr.  117.  13 

BROWNLEE,  and  BROWNLIE,  Sco.,  an  eagle,  dis- 
played, charged  on  breast  with  an  annulet. 

comp.  96.   5 

BROWNLOW,  Iri.,  a  goat's  head,  erased,  ar.  55.  2 

BROWNLOW,  Iri.,  a  goat's  head,  erased,  ar.,  col- 
lared, gu.  55-2 

BROWNLOW,  Earl  (Cust),  a  lion's  head,  erased, 
sa.,  gorged  with  a  collar,  paly.  Opera  illius 
mea  sunt.  49.  12 

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.  41.  9 

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. 

71-   13 

BROXHOLME,  Line  ,  a  bear,  statant,  against  an 
elm-tree,  all  ppr.  see  plate  28 

BROYN,  two  lions'  paws,  sa  ,  holding  up  a  shield, 
ar.  see  plate  45 


BRU 


66 


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.  158.  9 

BRUCE,  Sco.,  a  horse's  head,  bridled,  ppr.  Be 
true.  72.  7 

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.  154.  5 

BRUCE,  Newton,  Sco.,  an  eagle's  head,  couped, 
ppr.  Spes  mea  supernt.  102.  9 

BRUCE,  Mowance,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand  a  heart, 
ppr.  Omnia  vincit  amor.  145.  3 

BRUCE,  Sco.,  a  naked  arm  flexed,  out  of  a  cloud, 

in  hand  a  human  heart,  ppr.    Semper  fidelis. 

comp.  145.  3 

BRUCE,  Sco.  and  Eng.,  a  lion,  passant,  az. 
(Another,  or. )  36.  I 

BRUCE,  Bart.,  Iri.,  a  lion,  passant,  az.,  in  dex- 
ter a  trefoil,  slipped,  ppr. 

BRUCE,  Balcaskie,  Sco.,  the  setting  sun,  ppr. 
Irrevocabile.  7.  5 

BRUCE,  Sco.,  a  lion,  rampant.    Fuimus.   41.   12 

BRUCE  of  Wester  Kinlock,  Sco.,  a  star,  or. 
Ad  summa  virtus.  65.  15 

BRUCE,  Pittarthie,  Sco.,  a  horse's  head,  couped, 
and  furnished,  ppr.  True.  72.  7 

BRUCE,  Garvet,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  sword,  ppr. 
Venture  forward.  159.  7 

BRUCE,  Sco.,  an  arm,  embowed,  in  hand  a  cut- 
lass, ppr.  Do  well,  doubt  nought.  __  146.  4 

BRUCE  of  Arnot,  Sco.,  the  sun  rising  from  cloud, 
ppr.  Nee  me  qui  ccetera  vincit.  7.  I 

BRUCKSHAW,  or  BRUCKSHOW,  Eng.,  a  sea-chart, 
ppr.  52.  9 

BRUDENAL,  and  BRUDENELL,  Eng.,  a  battle- 
axe,  in  pale,  surmounted  by  a  branch  of 
laurel  and  a  branch  of  rue,  in  saltier,  ppr. 

94-  5 

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.  124.  15  and  154.  14.  (2.) 
A  talbot,  ar.,  ducally  gorged,  gu.  comp. 
6 1.  8  and  9.  (3.)  A  sea-horse,  ar.  En 
grace  affic.  69.  10 

BRUDENELL,  a  sea-horse,  ar.     En  grace  affie. 

69.  6 

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.  32.  5 

BRUGES,  DE,  Eng.,  a  calvary  cross,  on  three 
grieces,  gu.  137.  4 

BRUGES,  Lond.,  on  an  anchor,  or,  a  scroll. 
Mihi  coelum  portas.  comp.  133.  7 

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.  128.  14 

BRUGET,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
swan's  head  and  neck,  between  wings,  ar. 

75-  2 

BRUMFIELD,  Eng.,  a  pheon,  az.  89.  3 

,  Eng.,  a  mermaid,  ppr.  32.   5 


BRUMIN,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  or,  fretty,  sa. 

47-   13 

BRUMMEL,  or  BRUMMELL,  a  dove  with  an  olive- 
branch,  ppr.  1 06.  7 

BRUMSTEAD,  a  demi-griffin,  ar.,  wings  expanded, 
or,  in  dexter  a  cross  formee,  fitched,  gu. 

see  plate  86 

BRUN,  a  stag,  lodged,  sa.  80.  9 

BRUNE,  a  goat,  passant,  ar.,  horned,  or.  56.   1 1 

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. 

102.   10 

BRUNET,  Eng.,  a  cockatrice,  displayed,  gu. 

92.   12 

BRUNSELL  Notts.,  in  lion's  gamb,  erased,  a 
rose,  ar.,  stalked  and  leaved,  vert.  43.  I 

BRUNSPIELD,  and  BRUNSFIELDS,  Sco.,  a  demi- 
chevalier,  brandishing  a  sword,  ppr.  127.  10 

BRUNTON,  a  beacon  in  flames,  ppr.  Fax  men- 
tis incendium  glorice.  2.  9 

BRUNTON,  Eng.,  an  anchor,  sa.  153.   n 

BRUSE,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  gu.,  a  lion's 
head,  or.  47.  10 

BRUSE,  Norf.,  a  Saracen's  head,  in  profile,  ppr., 
wreathed,  ar.  and  gu.  131.  15 

BRUSE,  an  eagle,  rising,  regardant,  ppr. 

100.   10 

BRUSE,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  demi-lion, 
az.  44.  13 

BRUSELL,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  gu.        -47.   13 

BRUSKETT,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  demi- 
lion,  az.  44.  13 

BRUTON,  or  BRUTTN,  Exeter,  a  demi  -  wolf, 
ducally  crowned,  bet  ween  paws  a  mullet,  ppr. 

BRUTTON,  a  cat,  sejant,  gardant,  ppr.        32.  2 

BRUTTON,  Eng.,  a  sphere,  ppr.  8.   I 

BRUYER,  and  BRUYERES,  Eng.,  a  bear's  paw, 
erased.  51.  9 

BRUYIN,  or  BRUYN,  Surr.  and  Ess.,  a  goat,  ar., 
attired,  or.  56.  9 

BRUYN,  and  BRUYNE,  on  a  chapeau,  an  ibex, 
gu.  comp.  82.  12 

BRUZEAD,  Eng.,  a  cat,  sejant,  sa.  32.  2 

BRYAN,  Upton,  Wexford,  on  a  mural  coronet, 
ppr.,  a  lion,  rampant,  gu.,  collared,  gemelle, 
or,  charged  on  shoulder  with  a  cinquefoil, 
ar.  see  plate  42 

BRYAN,  a  greyhound,  current,  regardant,  col- 
lared, see  plate  1 7 

BRYAN,  Kent,  on  a  garb,  in  fess,  a  bird.  112.  6 

BRYAN,  Iri.,  a  demi-savage,  ppr.  125.   10 

BRYAN,  on  a  dexter  hand,  couped,  in  fess,  a 
hawk,  close,  ppr.  104.  5 

BRYAN,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up,  erm.,  a 
bugle-horn,  unstrung,  or,  tipped  and  gar- 
nished, sa.  comp.  i.  4 

BRYAN,  DE,  Iri.,  in  dexter  hand  an  escallop, 
or.  158.  3 

BRYANT,  Middx.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
demi-lion,  az.  Fortitcr  etfideliter.  44.  13 

BRYANT,  Eng.,  a  flag,  az.,  charged  with  a  sal- 
tier, ar.  145.  II 

BRYCE,  a  cock,  ppr.,  in  beak  an  ear  of  corn. 

comp.  93.  9 

BRYCE,  Eng.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  or.  88.  7 

BRYCE,  Sco.,  a  dexter  arm,  in  hand  a  cutlass, 
ppr.  Do  well,  doubt  nought.  146.  4 

BRYCE,  Sco.,  out  of  a  cloud,  in  sinister,  in 
dexter  hand  a  pair  of  scales,  ppr.  Flat 
justitia. 


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67 


BRYUALL,  Middx.,  in  lion's  gamb,  erect  and 
erased,  az.,  a  broken  lance,  ar.,  headed,  or. 

49-   I 

BRYDEN,  Berwicks.,  a  hawk's  head,  erased, 
ppr.,  charged  with  three  bezants,  one  and  two. 
Keep  watch.  comp.  103.  3 

BRYDEN,  Sco.,  a  lion,  passant,  az.  36.   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.  128.  14 

BRYDGES,  Bart.,  Heref.,  two  wings,  addorsed, 
ar.,  charged  with  a  bend,  engrailed,  sa. 

comp.  74.  6 

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. 
74,  6.  (2.)  For  Jones,  a  cushion,  gu.,  gar- 
•  nished  and  tasselled,  or,  a  representation  of 
the  royal  arms  of  Persia.  (3.)*  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. 
2.  9.  (2.)  An  heraldic  tiger,  current,  ar., 
bezante*e.  see  plate  64 

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.  133.  2 

BRYMTON,  BRYMPTON,  and  BRUMPTON,  out  of  a 
ducal  coronet,  ppr.,  a  lion's  paw.  52.  5 

BRYNE,  in  lion's  paw  a  hawk's  lure,  ppr. 

BRYNE,  Iri.,  a  mermaid,  with  mirror  and  comb, 

PP^  32.   5 

BRYSILLY,  Eng.,  a  cock-pheasant,  purp.  113.  13 

BRYSON,  BRYSOUN,  BRYSSAN,  or  BRYSSONE, 
Sco.,  a  spur-rowel,  ppr.  65.  13 

BRYSON  of  Craigton,  in  hand  a  horn,  ppr.  Ever 
ready.  152.  14 

BRYSON,  Eng.,  a  ship  under  sail.  God,  with  my 
right.  21.  13 

BUBB,  Carlisle,  Cumb.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  uni- 
corn, sejant,  ar.,  crined  and  armed,  or,  dexter 
on  a  shield.  see  plate  70 

BUCCLEUCH  and  QUEENSBERY,  Duke  of  (Scott- 
Douglas),  a  stag,  trippant,  ppr.,  attired  and 
unguled,  or.  Amo.  79.  4 

BUCHAN,  Earl  of  (Erskine),  Sco.,  a  dexter  arm, 
in  hand  a  baton,  raguled,  ppr.  Judge  nought. 

149-  7 

BUCHAN,  Sco.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  between 
paws  a  laurel-branch,  ppr.  Fortior  qui  mdior. 

see  plate  42 
BUCHAN,  Sco.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  gu. 

47-  13 

BUCHAN,  Iri.,  a  wolf,  sejant,  sa.  19.  12 

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.  60.   i 

BUCHANAN,  Sco.,  same  crest.     Audaces  juro. 

BUCHANAN,  Sco.,  a  lion's  paw,  erased  and  erect, 

ppr.     Nobilis  est  ira  leonis.  51.   15" 

BUCHANAN,  Sco.,  a  dagger,  erect,  ppr.     Ndoilis 

est  ira  leonis.  148.  8 


BUG 

BUCHANAN,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  sword,  ppr.  God, 
with  my  right.  159.  7 

BUCHANAN,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  sabre,  in  bend,  ppr. 
Audacia  et  industria.  159.  7 

BUCHANAN,  Sco.,  a  sinister  arm,  embowed,  in 
f ess,  vested,  in  hand  a  bow,  or.  Par  sit  for- 
tuna  Idbori.  147-  * 

BUCHANAN,  Sco.  and  Eng.,  two  hands,  con- 
joined and  couped,  in  f  ess.  1 59.  1 1 

BUCHANAN,  Sco.,  a  dove  and  olive-branch,  ppr. 
Nuncia  pacts.  106.  7 

BUCHANAN,  Sco.,  a  hand  pointing  a  lance,  in 
bend,  ppr.  Secundo  euro.  158.  5 

BUCHANAN  of  Auchintorlie,  Dumbarton,  in 
hand,  couped,  a  duke's  coronet,  with  two 
laurel-branches  wreathed  under  it.  Clarior 
hinc  honos.  60.  I  - 

BUCHANAN,  Iri.,  a  demi  unicorn,  or.         70.   n 

BUCHANAN,  Sco.,  a  rose,  slipped,  gu.  Ducitur 
hinc  honos.  30.  8 

BUCHANAN  of  Ardoch,  Dumbarton,  two  hands 
grasping  a  two-handed  sword,  ppr.  Clariora 
sequor.  122.  4 

BUCHANNAN,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  bow,  in  bend,  ppr. 

122.  6 

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  44 

BUCK,  Norf.,  a  buck,  lodged,  ppr.  80.  9 

BUCK  of  Denholme,  Yorks.,  a  portcullis.  Nosce 
teipsum.  138.  1 1 

BUCK,  Line.,  a  portcullis,  az.,  garnished  and 
chained,  or.  138.  n 

BUCK,  Hants.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
ppr.,  garnished,  or,  in  hand  a  scimitar,  ar., 
hilted,  gold.  1 2 1.  6 

BUCK,  a  buck's  head,  couped,  ppr.          84.    10 

BUCK,  Glouc.  and  Wore.,  a  buck's  attires,  ar., 
fixed  to  scalp,  or.  83.  7 

BUCK,  Line.,  a  Saracen's  head,  in  profile,  ppr., 
wreathed,  or  and  az.,  on  head  a  cap,  neck 
charged  with  two  bars-gernelle. 

comp.  128.   14 

BUCKBY,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up, 
enn.,  a  garb,  or,  banded,  ar.  12.  7 

BUCKE,  Camb.,  a  buck,  at  gaze,  erm.,  against 
an  olive-tree,  ppr.  St.  4 

BUCKE,  Kent,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
ppr.,  in  hand  a  cutlass,  ar.,  hilt,  gold.  121.  6 

BUCKERIDGE,  Middx.,  a  stag,  current,  ppr.  8 1.  13 

BUCKET,  Eng.,  a  lily  and  a  holly-branch,  in  sal- 
tier,  ppr.  53.  3 

BUCKFIELD,  BUCKFOLD,  and  BUCKFOULD,  a 
buck,  ppr.,  attired,  or,  in  a  field,  vert,  paled 
around,  of  the  first. 

BUCKINGHAM,  a  lion,  rampant,  gu.          41.  12 

BUCKINGHAM,  Lond.,  on  a  chapeau,  az.,  turned 
up,  erm.,  a  demi-swan,  wings  expanded, 
ppr.,  membered,  or,  ducally  gorged,  gu. 

see  plate  75 

BUCKINGHAM  and  CHANDOS,  Duke  of,  Earl 
Temple  (Temple-Nugent-Brydges-Chandos- 
Grenville) :  (i.)  For  Grenvitte,  a  garb,  vert. 
12.  13.  (2.)  For  Temple,  on  a  ducal  coronet, 
a  martlet,  or.  119.  2.  (3.)  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.  128.   14 


BUG 


63 


BUL 


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.  6 1.  8. 
(2.)  For  Hobart,  a  bull,  passant,  per  pale, 
sa.  and  gu.,  bezantee,  in  nose  a  ring,  or. 
Auctor  pretiosa  facit.  14.  13 

BUCKLAND,  Bucks.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  stag, 
lodged,  ppr.  80.  7 

BUCKLAND,  and  BUCKLE,  Somers.,  on  a  cha- 
peau,  gu.,  turned  up,  erm.,  a  talbot,  sejant, 
or.  comp.  6l.  II 

BUCKLE,  Suss.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
demi-ounce,  ar.    Nil  temere  tenta  nil  timide. 
BUCKLE,  a  lion's  head,  erased.  47.   13 

BUCKLE,  or  BUCKEL,  Lond.,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  or,  a  bull's  head,  ar.  14.  2 

BUCKLE,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  demi- 
leopard,  ar.  seeplate  9 

BUCKLER,  or  BUCLER,  Dors.,  a  dragon's  head, 
erased,  sa.,  charged  with  two  bars,  or,  be- 
tween three  bezants.  comp.  89.  4 
BUCKLER,  Oxon.  and  Dors.,  a  dragon's  head, 
erased,  sa.,  guttee-d'or.  89.  4 
BUCKLEY,  Wilts.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
bull's  head,  ar.,  armed,  gold.     Nee  temere, 
nee  timide.  14.  2 
BUCKLEY,  Kent,  a  demi- eagle,  rising,  ppr. 

101.  13 

BUCKLEY,  Chesh.,  a  griffin's  head,  gu.,  between 
wings,  of  the  same,  bezantee.  88.  6 

BUCKLEY,  Eng.,  a  stag's  head.  84.    10 

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  44 

BUCKMINSTER,  Northamp.,  a  demi-lion,  ram- 
pant, sa.,  supporting  a  battle-axe,  erect,  or, 
headed,  ar.  comp.  44.  15 

BUCKNALL,  Eng,,  a  buck's  head,  cabossed,  sa. 

84.  2 

BUCKNALL  of  Turin  Castle,  Mayo,  a  buck's 
head,  cabossed,  sa.,  attired,  or.  84.  2 

BUCKNELL,  or  BUCKNEL,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand, 
issuing  from  a  cloud,  in  fess,  a  ball,  ppr. 

148.  3 

BUCKNER,  a  fleur-de-lis,  gu.,  with  adder  en- 
twined, head  issuing  from  centre  leaf,  ppr. 

in.  5 

BUCKSTON,    Derby,    a    pelican,    vulning,    or. 

Fructum  habet  caritas.  97-7 

BUCKSTON   of   Bradborne,   Derby,    a   pelican, 

vulning,  or.     Fructum  habet  cantos.      97.   7 

BUCKTON,  Yorks.,  a  goat's  head,  erased.   55.  2 

BUCKTON,  Northumb.,  a  goat's  head,  erased, 

attired,  or.  55-  2 

BUCKTON,  or  BUKETON,  Yorks.,  a  demi-shark, 

issuing,  regardant,  gorging  a  negro,  ppr. 

6.   12 

BUCKTON,  DE,  a  goat's  head,  couped,  armed, 

or  and  vert.  56.  4 

BUCKWORTH,  Surr.,   a  demi-lion,  in  dexter  a 

cross  crosslet,  fitched.  46.  4 

BUCKWORTH,  Bart.,  Surr.,  a  man's  head  and 

shoulders,  affrontde,  armed  and  helmeted, 

beaver  up,  all  ppr.  121.   8 

BUCTON,  a  hand,  issuing  from  a  cloud,  in  fess, 

reaching  to  a  garland  of  laurel,  ppr.     1 50.  5 

BUDD,  Iri.,  an  heraldic  tiger,  passant,  gu. 

64.    ii 

BUDD,  Eng.,  a  dragon's  head,  neck  trans- 
pierced with  a  spear.  90.  8 


BUDDEN,  Eng.,  a  bull's  head,  ppr.,  charged 
with  a  cross  batone"e,  or.  seeplate  14 

BUDDS,  Eng.,  a  ram,  passant,  ar.  57.   10 

BUDGEN,  Eng.,  in  lion's  paw,  sa.,  a  spear,  tas- 
selled,  in  bend  sinister.  50.  13 

BUDORSHIDE,  and  BUDOXHEAD,  Cornw.,  a  stag's 
head,  erased,  ar.  83.  13 

BUDWORTH,  Eng.,  a  sinister  arm,  couped,  ppr., 
vested,  az.,  in  hand  a  bow.  147.  I 

BUDWORTH,  Ess.,  a  wolf's  head,  erased,  ppr. 

19.  6 

BUGGE,  Ess.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
moor's  head,  in  profile,  sa.,  wreathed,  gold 
and  az.  comp.  131.  15 

BUGGEN,  and  BUGGIN,  Kent  and  Lond.,  a 
cockatrice,  displayed,  ar.  92.  12 

BUGGEN,  BUGGIN,  and  BUGGENS,  a  Doric 
column,  ar.,  entwined  with  laurel.  158.  I 

BUGGINE,  Kent  and  Lond.,  a  cockatrice,  dis- 
played, ar.,  crested  and  membered.  92.  12 

BUGGINE,  an  antelope,  sejant,  ar.,  armed, 
tufted,,  and  unguled,  sa.  comp.  18.  12 

BUIST,  Perth,  a  swan,  naiant,  wings  addorsed, 
devouring  a  perch,  all  ppr.  Assiduitate. 

75-   I2 

BUKETON,  Yorks.,  a  demi-shark,  issuing,  swal- 
lowing a  negro,  ppr.  6.  12 

BUKHILL,  Eng.,  a  talbot's  head,  ar.  61.  3 

BULBEC,  and  BULBECK,  Ess.,  a  lion's  head,  re- 
gardant, ppr.  48.  12 

BULBEC,  and  BULBECK,  in  hand  a  sealed  letter, 
ppr.  comp.  123.  13 

BULBECK,  Kingston,  a  bull,  passant,  vert, 
hoofed,  maned,  and  armed,  or.  14.  14 

BULCOCK,  Lond.  and  Devons.,  a  lion's  head, 
gu.,  within  a  chain,  in  orle,  issuing,  or.  49.  9 

BULIMORE,  Eng.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  sa. 

44.  14 

BULKALEEL,  Eng. ,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or, 
a  bull's  head,  ar.,  armed,  gold.  14.  2 

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.  14.  2.  (2.)  For  Wil- 
liams, a  Saracen's  head,  couped  at  shoulders, 
ppr.  Nee  temere,  nee  timide.  130.  13 

BULKELEY,  Iri.,  Bucks,  and  Chesh.,  out  of  a 
ducal  coronet,  or,  a  bull's  head,  ar.,  armed, 
gold.  Nee  temere,  nee  timide.  14.  2 

BULKELEY,  Eng.,  a  bull's  head  and  neck,  erased. 

15.  6 

BULKELEY,  Eng. .  a  bull's  head  and  neck,  couped, 
armed,  or  and  ar.  14.  7 

BULKELEY,  or  BULKELY,  Iri.,  a  bull's  head, 
couped  at  neck,  sa.  14-7 

BULL,  Lond.  and  Yorks.,  on  a  cloud,  ppr.,  a 
celestial  sphere,  az.  Sol,  mi,  re,  fa.  8.  10 

BULL,  a  bull's  head  and  neck,  erased,  sa.   1 5.  6 

BULL,  Iri.,  a  rose,  gu.  135.  6 

BULL,  Lond.,  Yorks.,  and  Norf.,  a  bull's  head, 
erased,  sa.,  charged  with  six  annulets. 

seeplate  14 

BULL,  Oxon.,  a  bull's  head,  cabossed,  gu.,  be- 
tween wings,  or.  comp.  14.  5 

BULL,  Lond.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  sa.,  ducally 
crowned,  or.  comp.  47.  8 

BULLEN,  Line.,  a  bull's  head,  couped,  sa., 
armed,  or.  14-  7 

BULLER,  Bart.,  Cornw.,  Devons.,  and  Somers., 
an  old  man's  head,  affrontee,  wreathed,  ppr. 

130-   13 

BULLER,   Cornw.:    (i.)  An  eagle,   on  a  rock, 


BUL 

supporting  a  banner.    (2.)  A  Saracen's  head, 

ppr.  Aquila  non  captat  muscas.  123.  14 
BULLER,  Somers.  and  Gornw.,  an  old  inan's 

head,  affrontee,  ppr.  123.  14 

BULLEE,  Cornw.  and  Somers.,  a  moor's  head, 

affrontee,  couped,  ppr.,  wreathed,  ar.  and  az. 

134-  3 

BULLER,  Bart.,  Lupton,  Devons.,  a  Saracen's 
head,  couped,  ppr.  123.  12 

BULLER,  WENTWORTH,  of  Downes,  Devon,  a 
Saracen's  head,  couped,  ppr.  Aquila  non 
capit  muscas.  123.  12 

BULLEY,  Eng.,  a  heart,  inflamed,  ppr.    120.   5 

BULLINGHAM,  Line.,  an  escallop,  ar.,  between 
two  palm-branches,  vert.  5.  9 

BULLIVANT,  a  demi-lion,  or,  charged  on  breast 
•with  a  fleur-de-lis,  vert,  between  gambs  a 
tower,  sa.  see  plate  43 

BULLMAN,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  bull's  head, 
ppr.  Pro  patria.  14.  2 

BULLO,  and  BULOW,  Eng.,  an  arm,  embowed, 
hand  clenched,  ppr.  157.  14 

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.  107.   10 

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  76 

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. 
132.  4.  (2.)  For  Watson,  a  dexter  arm,  in 
armour,  embowed,  in  gauntlet  a  palm- 
branch,  ppr.  Esperance  en  Dieu.  comp.  143.  6 

BULMAN,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  bull's  head, 
ppr.  Pro  patria.  14.  2 

BULMAN,  Northumb.,  on-  a  mount,  vert,  a  bull, 
passant,  ar.,  dexter  on  a  roundle,  az. 

see  plate  14 

BULMAR,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  holding  an 
escallop.  42.  6 

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.  14.  14 

BULMER,  a  demi-bull,  rampant,  gu.,  armed,  or. 

67.  9 

BULSTREE,  and  BOULSTREE,  out  of  a  mural 
coronet,  a  stag's  head.  see  plate  83 

BULSTRODE,  Beds,  and  Bucks.,  a  bull's  head 
and  neck,  gu.,  attired,  ar.,  between  wings, 
of  the  first.  15.  2 

BULT,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  couped,  em- 
bowed,  a  sash  at  shoulders,  gu.,  in  hand  a 
club.  151.  10 

BULTEEL  of  Flete,  Devons.,  out  of  a  ducal  coro- 
net, gu.,  a  pair  of  wings,  ar.,  billettee,  of  the 
first.  109.  12 

BULTEEL,  and  BULTELL,  Somers.,  a  bull's  head, 
gu.,  between  wings,  or.  15.  2 

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.  55.  3. 
(2.)  For  Wi'j'jctt,  a  dove,  regardant,  in  beak 


69  BUB 


a   laurel-branch,  all  ppr.     Adversis  major, 
par  secundis.  113.   7 

BULWORTH,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  stag's 
head,  between  two  branches  of  palm,  ppr. 

comp.  83.    I 

BULWORTH,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  ppr.    83.   13 

BUMSTEAD,  and  BUMSTED,  out  of  a  cloud,  a 
hand,  erect,  pointing  to  a  star,  all  ppr.  1 59.  8 

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.  150.  5 

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.  (2.)  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  40 

BUNCE,  Kent,  a  demi-boar,  az.,  pierced  through 
neck  with  a  broken  spear,  gu.,  headed,  ar. 
Sic  vivere,  vivetis.  see  plate  3 

BUNCH,  Sco.,  a  stork,  ppr.  115.  8 

BUND,  Wore.,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  or. 

102.   10 

BUNDY,  Wore.,  in  hand  an  eagle's  leg,  erased, 
all  ppr.  Certum  pete  finem.  151.  1 1 

BUNFORD,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  demi- 
lion,  gu.  44.  13 

BUNGEY,  an  eagle,  wings  addorsed,  ar.,  stand- 
ing en  a  laurel- branch,  vert,  fructed,  or. 

see  plate  100 

BUNHILL,  in  bear's  paw,  erased,  sa.,  a  rose, 
slipped  and  leaved,  ppr.  43.  I 

BUNN,  Eng.,  an  ostrich-head,  ar.,  collared,  gu., 
between  two  branches,  vert.  jo8.  3 

BUNNELL,  Eng.,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  a  Cornish 
chough,  rising,  ppr.  119.  6 

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.  55.  2 

BUNNY,  Ryton,  Durh.,  a  goat's  head,  erased, 
sa.,  charged  with  a  mullet.  Monte  dessus. 

comp.  55.  2 

BUNTEN,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  sword,  ppr.  Fortiter 
etfide.  159.  7 

BUNTEN,  and  BUNTING,  Sco.,  a  bantam,  on  a 
garb,  ppr.  Copiose  et  opportune.  94.  10 

BUNTING,  Eng.,  in  hand,  issuing  from  a  cloud, 
two  branches  of  laurel,  in  orle.  144.  13 

BUNTING,  Eng.,  an  armillary  sphere,  ppr.  8.    i 

BUNTON,  Eng.,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  a  talbot, 
passant,  collared  and  lined.  60.  2 

BUNYARD,  Kent,  a  buck,  springing.  Renovato 
nomine.  79-7 

BURARD,  Eng. ,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  an  etoile 
of  eight  points,  ppr.  1 54.  3 

BURBAGE,  a  boar's  head,  erased,  ar.,  between 
two  branches,  vert.  3-  J  * 

BURBIDGE,  Eng.,  between  the  attires  of  a  stag, 
or,  erect  and  erased,  a  boar's  head,  sa.  4.  2 

BURBRIDGE,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  az., 
two  arms,  embowed,  vested,  gu.,  in  each  an 
ostrich  feather,  ar.  147.  5 

BURBYCHE,  Middx.  and  Heref.,  a  boar's  head 
and  neck,  erased,  ar.,  between  two  oak- 
branches,  vert,  fructed,  of  the  second.  3.  1 1 


BUB 

BURCETRE,  Eng.,  a  comet  star,  ppr.  7.  6 

BURCHALL,  Heref.,  a  lion,  rampant,  az.,  sup- 
porting a  tree,  vert.  see  plate  41 
BURCHALL,  and  BURCHILL,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal 

coronet,  two  hands,  dexter  and  sinister,  in 

saltier,  each  grasping  a  scimitar,  ppr.  145.  2 
BURCHALL,  and  BURCHAM,  Eng.,  a  greyhound, 

sejant,  collared  and  lined,  ar.  1 8.  13 

BURCHAR,  Lond.  and  Ess.,  a  greyhound,  sejant, 

ar.,  ducally  gorged,  or.  comp.  1 8.  13 

BURCHE,  Eng.,  an  eagle,  wings  expanded,  gu. 

100.  14 

BURCHETT,  Eng.,  a  winged  spur,  ppr.  62.  5 
BURCKHEAD,  and  BURKETT,  a  goat,  rampant, 

ar.  56.  5 

BURD,  and  BYRDE,  Lond.,  an  eagle's  head, 

erased,  ducally  gorged,  or.  comp.  103.  6 
BURDEN,  Eng.,  a  heart,  transfixed  by  a  sword  in 

bend,  sinister.  145.  I 

BURDENBROKE,  a  boar's  head,  erased  gu.  15.  5 
BURDENBROKE,  Eng.,  an  otter's  head,  erased, 

sa,  27.  4 

BURDET,  or  BURDETT,  Bart.,  Yorks.,  on  a 

tower,  ar.,  a  martlet,  wings  displayed,  or. 

22.    I 

BURDETT  of  Ballymany,  Kildare,  a  lion's  head, 

erased,  sa.  47.   13 

BURDETT  of  Hunstanton,  King's  County,  same 

crest. 
BURDETT,  Bart.,  Derbs.,  a  lion's  head,  erased, 

sa.,  langued,  gu.  47.   13 

BURDETT,  Eng.,  a  lion's  head,  couped,  sa. 

47.   14 
BURDETT,  Warw.  and  Yorks.,  a  thistle,  ppr. 

29.  10 

BURDETT,  Bart.,  Iri.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  sa. 

47.  14 
BURDON,  Durh.,  a  lion,  rampant,  supporting 

himself  by  a  pilgrim's  staff,  or.  see  plate  41 
BURDON,  Eng.,  a  gilliflower,  or.  53.  12 

BURDUS,  or  BURDUSS,  Middx.,   an  elephant, 

erm.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  under  a  .tree,  ppr. 

comp.  44.   14 

BURE,  Eng.,  an  eagle,  ppr.  98.   13 

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.  30.   10 

BURG,  a  falcon,  standing  on  a  serpent,  nowed, 

ppr.  104.   II 

BURGACE,  BURGASS,  BURGAS,  and  BURGASE, 

Eng.,  two  pigeons,  billing,  ppr.  106.  6 

BURGE,  Eng.,  a  branch  of  olive,  ppr.  13.  4 
BURGES,  Ess.,  a  Saracen's  head,  in  profile,  ppr., 

wreathed,  ar.  and  sa.  128.   14 

BURGES,  Line.,  on  a  mural  coronet,  a  round 

buckle,  gold,  tongue  erect.  comp.  132.  7 
BURGESS,  Suss,  and  Berks.,  a  camel's  head, 

ppr.,    erased,    gu.,    bezante'e.       Levins  jit 

patientid.  see  plate  3 1 

BURGESS,  a  lion,  rampant.  41.  12 

BURGESS,  a  griffin's  head,  erased.  88.  7 

BURGESS,   Eng.,   a    greyhound's    head,    ppr., 

bezantee,  or.  20.  3 

BURGESS,  a  lion,  rampant,  gu.,  in  dexter  an 

annulet  enclosing  a  fleur-de-lis,  ar. 

comp.  41.  9 
BURGH,  an  arm,  in  armour,  couped,  fesswise, 

hand  apaumee,  ppr.,  ribboned  and  bowed. 

151.   i  o  without  mace 
BURGH,  Eng.,  a  falcon,  rising,  erm.,  belled  and 

ducally  gorged,  or.  105.    15 


70  BUR 


BURGH,  a  fleur-de-lis,  ar.,  environed  with  a 
serpent,  vert.  in.  5 

BURGHALL,  Iri.,  a  wolf's  head,  erased,  sa.    19.  6 

BURGHEP,  or  BURGHEPE,  a  friar's  head,  in  pro- 
file, ppr.,  couped  at  shoulders,  vested,  grey. 

123.  2 

BURGHERSH,  Baron.     See  WESTMORELAND. 

BURGHERSH,  Devons.  and  Norf.,  on  a  mural 
coronet,  gu.,  a  demi-lion,  double-queued,  ar. 

see  plate  46 

BURGHERSH,  Eng.,  two  stumps  of  trees,  couped 
and  raguly,  in  saltier,  ppr.,  banded,  vert. 

29-  3 

BURGHTLL,  Suff.  and  Well.,  a  lion's  head,  erased, 
ar.  47.  13 

BURGHLEY,  and  BURGLY,  Eng.,  a  winged  grey- 
hound, sejant.  1 8.  8 

BURGIN,  Eng.,  a  sword  and  key,  in  saltier,  ppr. 

78.   12 

BURG  is,  Eng.,  a  camel's  head,  ppr.  31.  7 

BURGOIGNE,  or  BURGOYNE,  Cambs.  and  Devons. 
an  antelope,  sejant,  ar.,  attired,  tufted,  and 
maned,  sa.  18.  12 

BURGON,  Eng.,  a  cock,  crowing,  or.         94.   12 

BURGON,  Longstanton,  Herts.,  a  tiger,  sejant, 
ar.,  maned  and  tufted,  sa.  9.  4 

BURGONE,  and  BURGOYNE,  Oxon.,  on  a  ducal 
coronet,  or,  a  lion,  passant,  gu.  37.  3 

BURGOYNE,  Bart.,  Sutton  Park,  Beds.,  atalbot, 
sejant,  or,  ears,  sa.,  gorged  with  a  plain  col- 
lar, gu.  61.  7 

BURK,  under  the  shade  of  two  trees,  a  stag, 
lodged,  ppr.  comp.  So.  2 

BURKE,  a  demi-bull,  rampant,  armed  and  un- 
guled,  or,  gorged  with  a  chaplet,  vert.  15.  1 1 

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. 

32.  2 

BURKE,  Bart.,  Iri.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or, 
a  plume  of  ostrich-feathers,  ar.  In  hoc  signo 
vinces.  108.  5 

BURKET,  and  BURKETT,  Eng.,  a  garb,  or.  Im- 
pendam,  expendar.  12.  13 

BURKET,  BURKETT,  and  BURKITT,  Eng. ,  a  dex- 
ter arm,  embowed,  in  hand  a  club.  149.  7 

BURKETT,  a  goat,  rampant.  56.  5 

BURKIN,  Suff.,  a  crab,  ppr.  6.   8 

BURLAND,  Eng.,  a  demi- savage,  brandishing  a 
scimitar,  ppr.  .  125.  4 

BURLAND,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  collared. 

86.  I 

BURLEIGH,  Eng.,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  gu. 

83-  13 
BURLES,  a  squirrel,  sejant,  cracking  a  nut,  all 

ppr.  58.  12 

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  4 
BURLINGTON,  Earl  of  (Cavendish),  a  snake, 

nowed,  ppr.  Carendo  tutus.  ill.  6 

BURLINSON,  Durh.,  a  demi-lion,  between  paws 


a  rose,  ar.,  barbed,  vert. 


comp.  45.   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  58 

BURMAN,  Eng.,  a  demi-peacock,  az.        117.   13 

BURMESTER,  Eng.,  a  cross  pattee,  az.,  within 
six  mullets,  in  a  circle,  or.  158.  13 


BUB 


BUR 


BURMEY,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand,  ppr.,  an  anchor, 
erect,  or,  environed  with  clouds,  ar.  Arcus, 
artes,  astra.  140.  6 

BURN,  Sco.,  in  hand,  ppr.,  a  cross  crosslet, 
fitcbed,  az.  Vincit  veritas.  1 1 6.  14 

BURN,  or  BURNE,  a  torteau,  az.  149.  1 1 

BURN,  an  arm,  erect,  vested,  sa.,  cuffed,  ar., 
in  hand,  ppr.,  a  fleur-de-lis,  or.  1 21.  I 

BURN,  Sco.  and  Lond.,  in  dexter  hand  a  horn, 
ppr.  Ever  ready.  152.  14 

BURN,  Perthshire,  two  daggers,  in  saltier,  ppr. 
Tendit  ad  astra  fides.  150.  10 

BURN,  or  BURNE,  Eng.,  a  heart,  gu.       136.  13 

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.  2 

BURNELL,  Lond.,  a  greyhound,  sejant,  ar. 

18.   14 

BURNELL,  in  lion's  gamb,  erased,  sa.,  a  rose- 
branch,  gu.,  leaved,  vert.  43.  i 

BURNELL,  Norf.,  a  tower  in  flames,  ppr.    34.  4 

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.  78.  15 

BURNES,  Montrose  :  (i.)  A  demi-eagle,  dis- 
played, transfixed,  by  a  javelin  in  bend, 
sinister,  ppr.  comp.  101.  4.  (2.)  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  7 1 

BURNET,  Sco.,  a  hand  with  a  cutlass,  cutting 
a  vine-branch,  ppr.  Tandam  fit  surculus 
arbor.  145.  6 

BURNET,  Sco.,  a  branch  of  holly,  slipped,  ppr. 
Nee  fluctu,  nee  flatu.  29.  7 

BURNET,  or  BURNETT,  Northumb.,  a  holly- 
bush,  vert,  fructed,  gu.  Virtute  cresco. 

54-  H 
BURNET,    Sco.,    a    boar's    head,    erased,   ar. 

Quidni  pro  sodali.  15.   5 

BURNET,  Wilts.,  a  vine,  couped,  ppr.      Virescit, 

rulnere  virtus.  30.  7 

BURNET  of  Craigmyle,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand  a 

palm  branch,  ppr.     Quce  vernant  crescent. 

158.  6 
BURNET,  Sco.,  a  holly-branch,  ppr.      Virtute 

cresco.  29.   7 

BURNET,  Peebles,  Sco.,  a  vine-branch,  slipped, 

ppr.     Tandem  fit  surculus  arbor.  29.  7 

BURNET,   Sco.,   in  hand   a  knife,    pruning   a 

vine-tree,  ppr.     Virescit  vulnere  virtus. 

145.  6 
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.  145.  6 

BURNETT,  Iri.,  a  holy  lamb,  regardant,  ar., 

holding  the  standard  of  St.  Patrick,  ppr. 

55-  ri 
BURNETT,  a  bull's  head,  ducally  gorged  and 

crowned.  comp.  14.  -2 


BURNETT,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  gu.         47.    13 

BURNEY,  Kent,  an  arm  in  a  mauncli,  in  fess,  in 
hand  a  cross  pattde,  fitched.  Omne  bonum 
desuper.  comp.  121.  9 

BURNEY,  or  BURNIE,  Sco.,  alion',3  head,  erased, 
gu.  Sapere  aude  incipie.  47.  13 

BURNEY,  or  BURNIE,  Eng.,  a  bull's  head,  du- 
cally gorged  and  crowned.  comp.  14.  2 

BURNHAM,  Berks.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  in 
hand  a  dagger,  in  pale,  blade  wavy.  Basis 
virtutem  constantia.  138.  2 

BURNHAM,  Line.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  in 
hand  a  dagger,  in  pale,  blade  wavy.  138.  2 

BURNHAM,  Eng.,  a  leopard's  head,  erased,  ppr. 

10.  6 

BURNMAN,  Devons.,  a  bull's  head,  erased,  or, 
horned.  15.  6 

BURNS,  Sco.,  two  hands  issuing  from  clouds, 
conjoined  in  fess,  ppr.,  holding  up  a  laurel- 
branch,  vert.  125.  12 

BURNS,  Sco.  and  Eng.,  a  dove,  wings  expanded, 
azl  99.  ii 

BURNSIDE,  Sco.,  a  crescent,  ar.  Gradatim 
plena.  140.  2 

BURNSIDE,  Eng.,  a  branch  of  oak,  ppr.    54.  12 

BURR,  Eng.,  a  lion's  head,  ppr.,  collared,  or. 

49.  14 

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.  154.  2 

BURRARD,  Hants.,  a  dexter  arm,  embowed, 
hand  grasping  a  sword,  ppr.  154.  6 

BURRELL,  Baron  Gwydyr  :  (i.)  A  naked  arm, 
embowed,  in  hand  a  branch  of  laurel,  all 
ppr.  123.  7.  (2.)  On  a  ducal  coronet,  a 
talbot,  passant.  Animus  non  afficit  cvquus. 

61.  8 

BURRELL,  BOREEL,  BURELL,  or  BEREEL,  Kent 
and  Suss.,  an  arm,  embowed,  ppr.,  in  hand 
a  branch  of  laurel,  vert.  123.  7 

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.  123.  7 

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.  24.  6 

BURROUGH,  or  BOROUGH,  Line.,  an  eagle,  wings 
expanded,  erm.  100.  14 

BURROUGHS,  Bart.,  Iri.,  on  an  Eastern  crown, 
or,  a  lion,  passant,  gu.  Audaccs  foi'tuna 
jurat.  see  plate  36 

BURROUGHS,  Norf.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased, 
charged  with  two  chevronels,  vert. 

comp.  88.  7 

BURROW,  Sco.  and  Eng.,  a  lion,  passant,  gard- 
ant, ar.  Deus  nobis  hcec  otia  fecit.  36.  1 3 

BURROW,  a  falcon,  erm.,  wings  expanded. 

100.  13 

BURROWES,  a  lion,  sejant,  ar.  38.  13 

BURROWES,  and  BURROWS,  a  lion,  sejant,  ar., 
ducally  crowned,  or.  see  plate  38 

BURROWES,  and  BURROWS,  an  eagle,  wings  dis- 
played, erm.,  ducally  gorged,  or. 

comp.  100.   14 

BURROWES,  and  BURROWS,  Eng.,  an  ostrich- 
feather,  enfiled  with  a  ducal  coronet.  50.  7 


BUB 

BURROWES,  and  BURROWS,  Eng.,  two  wings, 
addorsed,  erm.  74.  6 

BURROWKS,  and  BURROWS,  Iri.,  a  stag,  pas- 
sant. 79-4 

BURRS,  Eng.,  a  demi-antelope,  collared.   82.  1 1 

BURRY,  a  fox's  head,  couped,  ppr.  16.  3 

BURSLAM,  or  BURSLEM,  a  pestle  and  mortar. 

149-  8 

BURSTED,  Eng.,  a  wyvern,  gu.  91.   5 

BURT,  or  BURTT,  Eng.,  a  demi-leopard,  gard- 
ant,  supporting  an  anchor,  ppr.  9.  8 

BURT,  a  bugle-horn,  sa. ,  stringed,  gu. 

1. 12  or  13 

BURT,  Sco.,  a  stag,  ppr.  Si.  10 

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.  153.  8 

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.  25.  2 

BURTON,  Bart.,  Leic.,  an  owl,  ar.,  crowned,  or. 

comp.  107.  8 

BURTON,  Yorks.  and  Salop,  a  gauntlet,  ar. 

Hi-  5 

BURTON,  Derbs.,  a  tower,  triple-towered,  ar. 

23.  10 

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.  4 

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.  2.  13 

BURTON,  Lond.,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  wy- 
vern, vert. 

BURTON,  an  esquire's  helmet,  ppr.  Timct  pu- 
dorem.  66.  14 

BURTON,  Derbs.,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  wy- 
vern, wings  addorsed,  az.,  collared,  gold. 

91.  2 

BURTON,  Sco.,  a  beacon,  fired,  ppr.  2.  9 

BURTON,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  erect.  Another, 
erased.  3.  6 

BURTON,  an  owl,  ar.  107.  8 

BURTZ,  a  squirrel,  sejant,  resting  fore-paws  on 
a  staff,  raguly.  see  plate  58 

BURWASCH,    BURWASCHE,    or   BURWASH,  Eng., 

the  helm  of  a  ship,  ppr.  67.  8 

BURWELL,  a  Saracen's  head,  couped  at  shoul- 
ders, ppr.  130.   13 
BURWELL,    Suff.,   in   lion's   gamb,    erect   and 

erased,  or,  three  bur-leaves,  vert. 

BURWOOD,  a  boar's  head,  ppr.  3.  4 

BURY,  Line,  and  Somers.,  a  demi-dragon,  ar., 

wings,  ears,  and  claws,  sa.  91.  8 

BURY,  Earl  of,  and  Viscount  Charleville,  Iri., 

a  boar's  head,  couped,  transpierced  through 

mouth  with  an  arrow,  ppr.      Virtus  sub  cruce 

crescit.  comp.  3.  7 

BURY,  Viscount.     See  ALBEMARLE. 

BURY,  Devons.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased.    88.  7 

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. 

10.  7 


72  BUT 


BURYE,  Eng. ,  a  dove,  regardant,  in  mouth  an 
olive-branch,  ppr.  113.  7 

BUSBIE,  a  bee,  erect,  head  downward,  wings 
expanded,  ppr.  comp.  76.  5 

BUSBRIDGE,  Ess.,  an  arm,  in  mail,  erect,  in 
hand  a  cutlass,  ppr.  121.  6 

BUSBRIDGE,  Perry  Barr,  Warw.,  a  stag's  head, 
cabossed.  84.  2 

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  82 

BUSFIELD,  Yorks.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  erect, 
ppr.,  in  hand  a  fleur-de-lis,  ar.  Media  tutis- 
simus  ibis.  142.  4 

BUSPIELD,  Yorks.,  an  eagle's  head,  erased. 

102.    10 

BUSH,  BUSHE,  or  BUSSCHE,  Eng.,  trunk  of  tree, 
with  branches,  ppr.,  pendent  an  escutcheon, 
ar.  26.  12 

BUSH,  a  goat's  head,  erased,  ar.,  armed,  or. 

56.  3 

BUSH,  a  stag,  statant.  81.   10 

BUSHBY,  Suss,  and  Cumb.,  a  crow,  picking, 
ppr.  114.  6 

BUSHE,  Wilts.,  a  goat's  head,  ar.,  attired,  sa., 
charged  on  neck  with  a  crescent,  comp.  55.  2 

BUSHE  of  Glencairn  Abbey,  Waterford,  a 
goat's  head,  ar.  Moderata  durant.  56.  4 

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.  121.  3 

BUSHELL,  or  BUSSHELL,  Chesh.,  a  cherub's 
head,  ppr.  130.  10 

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.  91.  2 

BUSHRUDD,  Dors.,  a  tiger's  head,  ar.,  crined  and 
tufted,  sa.,  collared,  gu.  10.  7 

BUSHY,  or  BUSHEY,  Eng.,  a  boar's  head,  erased, 
ea.  15.  5 

BUSK  of  Ford's  Grove,  Middx.,  a  stag,  at  gaze, 
ppr.  Suaviter  sedfortiter.  Si.  10 

BUSK,  and  BUSKE,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coro- 
net, or,  a  fish's  head,  az.  6.  2 

BUSSELL,  Warw.,  a  cherub's  head,  between 
wings,  ppr.  130.  10 

BUSSELL,  issuing  from  clouds,  two  dexter  hands, 
conjoined,  holding  up  an  olive-branch,  all 
ppr.  125.  12 

BUSSELL,  Eng.,  a  crane's  head,  erased,  ar.  1 16.  6 

BUSSEY,  Line,  and  Camb.,  a  sea-dragon,  sans 
wings  and  legs,  tail  coiled  and  terminating 
in  a  second  head.  comp.  91.  10 

BUSSIE,  Eng.,  an  eagle,  displayed,  az.    95.   13 

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.      98.   IO 

BUSTERD,  Iri.,  a  cannon,  mounted,  ppr. 

132.    12 

BUSTIN,  Eng.,  an  escallop,  betweentwo  branches 

of  palm,  ppr.  5.  9 

BUSVARGUS,  or  BOSVARGUS,  Cornw.,  a  Cornish 

chough,  ppr.  114.  10 

Bus  WELL,  Northamp.,  out  of  a  wood,  vert,  a 

bull,  passant,  ar.  see  plate  14 

BUTCHER,  Eng.,  a  lion,  passant,  gu.,  in  dexter 

a  crescent,  ar.  36.  6 


BUT 


73 


BYE 


BUTCHER,  an  oak-slip,  accrued,  ppr.         54.   1 2 

BUTE,  Marquess  of  (Crichton- Stuart) :  (i.)  For 
Stuart,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gu.  Nobilis 
ira.  44.  14.  (2.)  For  Crichton,  a  wyvern, 
wings  elevated  and  addorsed,  fire  issuant 
from  mouth,  all  ppr.  Avito  viret  honore. 

51.  2 

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. 

101.  3 

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.  124.  9 

BUTLER,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  five  ostrich- 
feathers,  therefrom  a  demi-eagle,  rising. 

see  plate  101 

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  70 

BUTLER,  or  BOTELER,  Kent,  a  covered  cup,  or, 
between  wings,  dexter,  gold,  sinister,  az. 

BUTLER,  Lond.,  a  boar's  head,  guttee.         3.  4 

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.  101.  3 

BUTLER,  Middx.,  a  greyhound,  sejant,  or,  col- 
lared, gu.,  ringed,  gold.  18.  13 

BUTLER,  Cotes,  Line.,  a  horse's  head,  erased. 

72.   i 

BUTLER,  Lond.,  an  eagle,  wings  addorsed,  in 
dexter,  a  vine-branch,  all  ppr.  see  plate  100 

BUTLER,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  in 
gauntlet,  a  sword,  all  ppr.  140.  13 

BUTLER,  a  ram,  statant,  ar.,  armed  and  hoofed, 
or.  57.  ii 

BUTLER,  an  arm,  embowed,  vested,  az.,  ruffle 
of  indented  lace,  ar.,  in  hand,  ppr.,  a 
covered  cup,  erect.  67.  12 

BUTLER,  Eng.,  a  horse,  passant,  ar.,  pellettee, 
and  bridled,  sa.  73.  7 

BUTLER,  Lond.,  Durh.,  and  Sco.,  a  covered  cup, 
or.  Sapienter  uti  bonis.  comp.  67.  12 

BUTLER,  Sco.,  an  uncovered  cup,  or.  Sapienter 
uti  bonis.  133.  10 

BUTLER,  Beds.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  a  boar's 
head  and  neck,  ar,  see  plate  3 

BUTLER,  or  BOTTELER,  Cambs.,  a  cockatrice's 
head  and  wings,  head,  vert,  wings,  ar.,  du- 
cally  gorged,  combed  and  wattled,  or.  92.  9 

BUTLER-DANVERS,  Leic. :  (i.)  For  Darners,  a 
wyvern,  or.  91.6.  (2. )  For  Butler,  a  demi- 
cockatrice,  couped,  vert,  combed,  beaked, 
wattled,  and  ducally  gorged,  or.  Liberte 
to  ate  entire.  92.  9 

BUTLER,  EDMUND,  Earl  of  Kilkenny.  See  KIL- 
KENNY. 


BUTT,  Kent,  a  lion,  sejant,  in  dexter  a  broken 
spear.  38.  1 1 

BUTTER,  Eng.,  a  camel's  head,  couped,  ppr. 

30-  7 

BUTTERFIELD,  Hants.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 
or,  a  dragon's  head,  wings  elevated,  vert. 

90.    12 

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.  147-  J3 

BUTTERWORTH,  Sco.,  a  hand,  issuing  from  a 
cloud,  in  fess,  pointing  to  a  serpent,  nowed, 
head  erect,  ppr.  1 21.  7 

BUTTERWORTH,  Eng.,  a  sphere,  resting  on  a 
cloud,  ppr.  8.  10 

BUTTERWORTH,  an  eagle,  wings  elevated,  sup- 
porting with  dexter  an  escutcheon,  az., 
charged  with  a  cross  crosslet,  or. 

see  plate  98 

BUTTERY,  Northamp.,  a  tiger,  passant,  ar., 
tufted  and  maned,  or,  supporting  with  dex- 
ter an  escutcheon,  comp.  ii.  9 

BUTTLER,  an  uncovered  cup,  or.  133.   10 

BUTTON,  Herts.,  a  branch  of  cotton  -  tree, 
fructed. 

BUTTON,  a  ram,  statant,  ar.,  armed  and  hoofed, 
or.  see  plate  57 

BUTTON,  Wilts.,  a  wyvern,  sa.  91.  5 

BUTTON,  or  BUDDEN,  Eng.,  a  bull's  head,  ppr., 
charged  with  a  cross  boton^e,  or. 

see  plate  15 

BUTTON,  Wilts.,  on  each  side  of  a  chapeau, 
gu.,  turned  up,  erm.,  a  horn,  or. 

BUTTRESS,  Lond.,  an  eagle,  displayed.  Jn 
periculis  audax.  95.  13 

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.  72.  1 1 

BUTTS,  DE,  Eng.,  a  ferret,  passant,  ppr.  34.  5 

BUTTS,  Surr.,  an  arm,  couped  at  elbow,  and 
erect,  ppr.,  in  hand  a  fish,  ar.  1 56.  5 

BUXTON,  a  stag's  head,  ppr.  84.   10 

BUXTON,  Bart.,  Norf.,  a  buck's  head,  couped, 
gu.,  attired,  or.  84.  10 

BUXTON,  Norf.  and  Derbs.,  a  pelican,  or,  wings 
expanded,  vulning,  gu.  97.  7 

BUXTON,  a  stag's  head,  cabossed.  84.  2 

BY,  Suss.,  a  demi-lion,  or,  in  dexter  a  fleur-de- 
lis,  ppr.  46.  1 1 

BY,  and  BYE,  Eng.,  two  oak-branches,  in  sal- 
tier. 54.  10 

BYAM,  Suss,  and  Somers.  :  (i.)  A  wolf,  passant, 
or,  collared  and  lined,  vert.  19.  1 1.  (2.)  A 
dragon's  head,  erased,  ppr.,  in  mouth  a 
sinister  hand,  couped,  gu.,  dropping  blood. 

90.   II 

BYDE,  Herts.,  an  arm,  erect,  ppr.,  vested,  az., 
cuffed,  ar.,  in  hand  an  anchor,  sa.,  fluke,  or. 

2.    I 

BY-DE,  a  demi-griffin,  az.,  armed  and  winged, 

or,  holding  a  garb,  gold.  see  plate  86 

BYDEWELL,  or  BIDWELL,  Eng.,  in  hand,  couped 

at  wrist,  in  fess,  a  curling-stone.          133.  6 
EYEING,  Eng.,  an  angel,  pointing  upward,  ppr. 

see  plate  139 
BYER,  and  BYERS,  Northamp.,  a  griffin's  head, 

charged  with  a  pheon,  ar.  see  plate  88 

BYERLEY,  Midridge,  Durham,  on  an  esquire's 

helmet,  a  cross  crosslet. 
BYERLY,  BYEHLEY,  and  BYORLEY,  Lond.  and 


BYE 


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.  Yorks.,  two  lions'  gambs,  ppr.,  holding  a 
cross  crosslet,  or.  45-4 

BYERS,  Sco.,  a  cock,  regardant,  ppr.  Marte 
suo  tutus.  93.  13 

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.  130.  2 

BYFIELD,  Loud.,  an  antelope,  passant,  ppr. 

82.  14 

BYFLEET,  Cambs.,  a  Saracen's  head,  affronte'e, 
ppr.,  wreathed  with  a  ribbon,  ar.,  tied  in  a 
bow-knot.  130.  13 

BYFORD,  and  BYFFORD,  Heref.,  in  lion's  gamb, 
erect,  or,  an  eagle's  leg,  erased  at  thigh,  sa. 

44-  3 

BYFORD,  or  BAYFORD,  Eng.,  an  owl,  ar.  107.  9 
BYGAN,  Yorks.,  an  ermine,  ppr.  33.    I 

BYGBERY,  Devons.,  in  hand  a  leg,  in  armour, 

couped  above  knee,  and  spurred,  ppr.  67.  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.  107.    10 

BYIRLEY,  Eng.,  in  lion's  gainb,  a  human  heart, 

all  ppr.  50.  6 

BYKENOR,  and  BICKNOR,  Kent,  an  antelope's 

head,  gu.,  armed,  ar.  82.  7 

BYKENOR,  Eng.,  a  pheon,  erm.  77.  13 

BYLES,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  lion's  head, 

ppr.  47.   10 

BYLNEY,  Norf.,  out  of  a  tower,  a  demi-griffin, 

sa.  22.   ii 

BYNE,  Eng.,  a  hind,  regardant,  or,  resting  foot 

on  a  ball,  sa.  85.  9 

BYNG,  Viscount  Torrington.     See  TORRINGTON. 
BYNG,  Middx.,  an  heraldic  antelope,  statant, 

erm.,  horned,  tusked,  maned,  and  hoofed, 

or.     Tuebor.  82.  12 

BYNGHAM,  in  hand,  ppr.,  three   branches  of 

cinquefoil,  gu.,  leaved,  vert,  and  charged  on 

sleeve,  sa. ,  with  a  cross,  ar.  1 30.  9 

BYNGLEY,  or  BYNLEY,  a  harp,  or.  77.  n 

BYRCH,  Ess.,  on  a  mount,  a  birch -tree,  ppr.  26.  5 
BYRCH,  Beds.,  a  hare,  current,  sa.  58.  8 

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.  99.  3 

BYRCH,  Ess.,  a  squirrel,  sejant,  holding  a  branch 
of  birch,  vert.  58.  IO 

BYRCHETT,  a  tiger,  vert,  gorged  with  a  ducai 
coronet,  or.  see  plate  9 

BYRDALL,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  ppr.        83.   13 

BYRDE,  Kent,  a  stag's  head,  cabossed,  ar.,  be- 
tween attires  a  bird,  or.  .  84.  3 

BYRDE,  Line.,  a  demi-lion,  sa.,  guttee-de-sang. 

44.  14 

BYRDE,  on  a  dolphin,  embowed,  ppr.,  an  eagle, 
wings  addorsed,  or. 

BYRES  of  Coates,  a  bee,  volant,  or.  Rule  ~be 
ours.  76.  4 

BYRES,  Sco.,  a  Catherine  wheel.  145.   15 

BYRN,  Iri.  and  Eng.,  a  mermaid,  ppr.       32.  5 

BYRNE,  Iri.,  a  mermaid,  ppr.,  charged  with  es- 
callops, or,  in  dexter  a  mirror,  in  sinister  a 
dart.  see  plate  32 

BYRNE,  and  BYRN,  Eng. ,  in  hand,  issuing  from 
a  cloud,  in  pale,  a  garb.  12.  5 

BYRNE  of  Cabineteely,  Dublin,  a  mermaid,  in 
dexter  a  mirror,  in  sinister  a  comb,  all  ppr. 
Certain  et  mci.  32.  5 

BYROM,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  tree, 
vert.  25.  2 

BYRON  of  Rochdale,  Lane.,  a  mermaid,  with 
comb  and  mirror,  ppr.  Crede  Byron.  32.  5 

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.     68.  1 1 

BYSHE,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up, 
erm.,  a  demi-lion,  or.  45.  6 

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.  94.  6 

BYTHESEA,  Kent,  an  eagle,  displayed,  ppr. 

95-  13 

BYTHESEA,  Kent,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  ar., 

masoned,  sa.,  a  griffin's  head,  ducally  gorged, 

ppr.  88.    3 

BYWATER,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal   coronet,  in 

hand,  in  armour,  a  scimitar,  ppr.         122.  3 


CABELL,  Eng.,  a  square  padlock,  or.        140.  4 
CABOURNE,  and  CABRONE,  Line.,  out  of  a  ducal 

coronet,  or,  a  lozenge,  ar.,  charged  with  a 

martlet,  sa.  107.   i 

CABYTOTT,   Norf.,  a  greyhound,   current,  az., 

collared  and  ringed,  or.  comp.  17.  8 

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

demi-leopard,  ar.,  spotted  and  collared,  gold. 

comp.  9.  i  and  2 

CADDEL,  Sco.,  a  tower,  gu.,  windows  and  doors, 

or.  22.    14 

CADDELL,   and  CADELL,  Sco.,  a  stag's  head, 

ppr.      Vigilantia  non  cadet.  84.   10 

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.  146.  5. 

CADDY,  Eng.,  a  cross  crosslet,  vert.       140.   14 

CADE,  Kent,  a  demi-cockatrice,  winged,  gu., 
combed,  or.  92.  IO 

CADE,  Derbs.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gu. 

44.   14 

CADE,  Derbs.  and  Ess.,  a  demi-lion,  gu.,  in 
dexter  a  fleur-de-lis,  charged  with  a  bezant, 
or.  comp.  46.  II. 

CADICOTT,  in  dexter  hand,  a  battle-axe,  ppr. 

156.   14 

CADICOTT,  a  demi-ape,  ppr.     Without  coronet. 

35-  8- 

CADIMAN,  Lond.  and  Norf.,  a  rock,  ppr.,  sur- 
mounted by  a  fleur-de-lis,  or.  77.  14 


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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.  90.   12. 

CADURCIS,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  gu.,  in  beak 

a  trefoil,  vert,  gorged  with  a  ducal  coronet, 

or.  comp.  87.   3 

CADWOODLEY,  Eng.,  an  antelope,  passant,  per 

pale,  gu.  and  or,  armed,  of  the  last.  82.  10 
CADTE,  Glouc.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  cockatrice, 

ar.,  combed  and  wattled,  gu.,  ducally  gorged 

and  chained,  or.  92.  6 

C.ESAR,  Hunts.,  a  cross  patt£e.  123.  5 

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. 

161.  ii 
CAGE,  Kent,  a  stag,  passant,  erm.,  attired,  or, 

charged  on  shoulder  with  an  annulet,  gu. 

79.  10 
CAHAN,  and  CAHANE,  Iri.,  an  arm,  embovved, 

in  hand  a  sword,  ppr.  154.  6 

CAHILL,  Iri.  and  Eng.,  in  lion's  paw  a  scimitar, 

ppr.  78.  7 

CAHILL,  and  CAHIL,  Iri.,  a  demi-bulL,  rampant, 

sa.,  gorged  with  a  chaplet,  vert.  15.   1  1 

CAHN,  and  CAHUN,  Sco.,  a  stag's  head,  erased. 

Sijepuis.  8  1.   10 

CAHURTA,  a  stag,  erm.,  attired,  or.          83.   13 
CAIN,  and  CAINE,  a  demi-antelope,  per  fess, 

ar.  and  az.,  collared  and  armed,  or.  82.  1  1 
CAIRD,  a  demi-friar,in  hand  a  staff,  ppr.  127.  2 
CAIRLEON,  Eng.,  a  cross  moline,  lozenge- 

pierced,  erm.  77-7 

CAIRNCROSS,  Sco.,  a  dagger,  in  pale.     Certa- 

mine  parata.  148.  8 

CAIRNE,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  fish,  ppr.  156.  5 

CAIRNES,  Sco.,  a  fleur-de-lis.     £jfloresco. 

142.  13 
CAIRNES,  Sco.,  a  cinquefoil,  ppr.     Effloresce. 

So.  3 
CAIRNES,  on  a  tower,  a  martlet,  statant,  ppr. 

22.    I 

CAIRNIE,  Sco.,  a  ship  under  sail,  ppr.      21.   13 
CAIRNIE,  on  a  cinquefoil,  vert,  a  martin,  sta- 

tant, sa.     Ad  alta.  80.  3 

CAIRNS,  Sco.,  a  bell,  az.     Sul  spe.  159.   i 

CAIRNS,   Sco.,   a  palm-tree,   ppr.     Virtus  ad 

cethera  tendit.  25.   I 

CAIRNS  of  Pilmor,  a  cinquefoil,  ppr.     Effloresco. 

So.  3 
CAIRNS,  Sco.,  a  stag's  head,   erased,  ppr.,  be- 

tween   attires,    a     cross    crosslet,-    fitched. 

Semper  fidelis.  83.  4 

CAITHNESS,  Earl  of   (Sinclair),  a   cock,  ppr. 

Commit  thy  work  to  God.  94.   1  2 

CAL  AMY,  a  hedgehog,  ppr.  33-2 

CALAMOUNT,  Eng.,  an  antelope's  head,  erased, 

erm.,  armed,  ar.  82.  6 

CALANDRINE,  Eng.,  a  demi-eagle,  displayed, 

ar.,  in  beak  a  scroll.     Sursum.  101.  9 

CALCOTT,  BERKELEY-,  of  Caynham  Court,  Salop  : 

(i.)  A  demi-lion,  or,  between  paws  a  cres- 

cent.     see  plate  44.      (2.)  A   bear's   head, 

couped,  ar.,  muzzled,  gu.     Dieu  arcc  nous. 

20.   6 
CALCOTT,  Hants.,  a  lion,  sejant,  collared  and 

lined.     Dieu  avec  nous.  38.    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.  17-4 

CALCRAFT,  on  a  chapeau,  a  greyhound,  cur- 
rent. 17.  q 

CALDECOT  of  Halt^>n  Hall,  Lincoln.        119.  4 

CALDECOT,  Oxon.,  a  demi-tiger,  or,  tufted, 
maned,  and  attired  with  two  straight  horns. 

see  plate  9 

CALDECOT,  Chesh.,  an  ostrich,  ppr.        108.  13 

CALDECOTT,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  or,  charged 
with  a  cinquefoil,  gu.  see  plate  44 

CALDER,  a  stag's  head,  cabossed,  ppr.       84.  2 

C ALDER,  Eng.,  within  a  serpent,  in  orle,  a 
boar's  head,  erased  and  erect.  34.  10 

CALDER  of  Lynegar,  a  stag's  head,  cabossed, 
ppr.  Vigilans  non  cadit.  84.  2 

CALDER,  a  swan,  ppr.,  crowned,  or.  JBe  mind- 
ful. 76.  ii 

CALDER,  Bart.,  Sco.,  a  swan,  swimming  in  a 
loch,  bordered  Avith  flags,  ppr.  Viyilans  non 
cadet.  76.  13 

CALDER,  in  water,  a  duck,  swimming,  ppr. 

109.    14 

CALDERWOOD  of  Pittedy,  in  dexter  hand  a 
palm -branch,  ppr.  Veritas  premitur  non  op- 
primitur.  158.  6 

CALDERWOOD  of  Polton,  a  phoenix,  in  flames, 
ppr.  Virtus  sibi  prcemium.  101.  10 

CALDERWOOD,  Sco.,  a  beehive,  ppr.,  with  bees 
volant.  76.  I 

CALDERWOOD,  Sco.,  a  dove,  in  mouth  a  palm- 
branch,  ppr.  Spero.  106.  7 

CALDMORE,  a  demi-Turk,  vested,  in  dexter  a 
staff,  headed  with  crescent.  127.  2 

CALDRON,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand  a  palm-branch, 

158.  6 

CALDWELL,  Eng.,  a  cock's  head,  between  wings, 
expanded,  ar.,  combed  and  wattled,  gu.,  in 
beak  a  cross  formde,  fitched,  or.  93.  10 

CALDWELL,  Bart.,  Iri.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 
a  sceptre,  or,  entwined  with  two  serpents, 
vert,  between  wings,  ppr.  1 1 1.  2 

CALDWELL,  Sco.,  a  fountain,  throwing  up  water, 
ppr.  156.  i 

CALDWELL,  a  demi-lion,  grasping  a  broken 
scimitar.  see  plate  44 

CALDWELL,  Norf.,  a  demi-cock,  rising.      93.  6 

CALDWELL,  a  cock's  head,  winged,  sa.,  crested, 
gu.,  in  beak  a  cross  pattde,  fitched,  or.  93.  10 

CALDWELL,  a  cockatrice's  head,  couped,  between 
wings,  ppr.,  in  beak  a  cross  patt^e,  fitched 

see  plate  92 

CALDWOOD,  in  dexter  hand  a  palm-branch, 
slipped,  ppr.  158.  6 

CALDWOODLEY,  Devons.,  an  antelope,  passant. 

82.   14 

CALEBOT,  Norf.,  a  greyhound,  current,  az., 
collared  and  ringed,  or.  see  plate  17 

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.  144.  14 

CALENDER,  and  CALLANDER,  Sco.  and  Iri., 
out  of  an  Eastern  coronet,  or,  in  dexter 
hand  a  billet,  ppr.  39.  I 

CALIBUT,  a  stag's  head,  at  gaze,  az.  82.   i 

CALL,  Bart.,  Cornw.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  in 
paws  a  trumpet,  in  pale,  ar.  Grata  manu. 

46.  6 

CALLAGAN,  and  O'CALLAGAN,  Iri.,  an  arm,  em- 
bowed,  in  hand  a  sword,  with  snake  en- 
twined round  blade,  all  ppr.  151.  15 


CAL 


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CALLAGAN,  a  morion,  ppr.  154.  i 

CALLANDAK,  and  CALLENDEE,  in  dexter  hand, 
a  billet,  ppr.  /  mean  well.  158.  7 

CALLANDEK,  Bart.,  Stirlingshire,  out  of  an 
Eastern  crown,  gold,  a  cubit  arm,  ppr.,  in 
hand  a  billet.  Et  domi  etforis.  39.  I 

CALLANDEE,  and  CALLENDAE,  Eng.,  two  ele- 
phants' probosces,  addorsed.  145.  7 

GALLEY  of  Blunsdon,  Wilts.,  a  demi-lion,  ar., 
charged  with  a  bend,  gu.,  thereon  three 
mullets,  in  dexter  a  battle-axe.  Collide  ct 
lioneste.  44.  15 

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.  44.  15 

CALLIS,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  cockatrice's 
head,  between  wings.  92.  2 

CALLOEE,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  a  sheaf  of  arrows, 
environed  by  a  serpent.  in.  IO 

CALLOW,  Eng.,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  a  peacock, 
ppr.  117.  12 

CALMADY,  Devons.,  a  pegasus,  current,  or. 

71-   13 

CALMADY  of  Langdon  Hall,  Devon,  a  pegasus, 
ar.  Similis  frondescit  virga  metallo.  71.  13 

CALSHILL,  Eng.,  a  dexter  wing,  erect,  or. 

CALSTON,  Eng.,  the  moon  in  her  compliment. 

7.  8 

CALTHOEP,  and  CALTHEOP,  Suff.  and  Norf.,  a 
boar's  head  and  neck,  az.,  armed  and  bristled, 
or.  3.  4 

CALTHOEPE,  Bart.,  Eng.,  a  boar's  head  and 
neck,  couped,  vert.  3.  4 

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.  105.  12 

CALTHEOP  of  Stanhoe  Hall,  Norf.,  a  salaman- 
der, or,  in  flames,  ppr.  Victrix  fortunce  sa- 
pientia.  27.  8 

CALTHEOP  of  Gosherton,  Line.,  same  crest  and 
motto. 

CALTOFT,  Line.,  a  rose,  gu,,  between  two 
laurel-branches,  vert.  30.  1 1 

CALTON,  Hunts.,  a  talbot,  passant,  ar.,  collared 
and  lined,  or.  6 1.  12 

CALTON,  Cambs.,  a  boar,  passant,  ar.        4.   n 

CALVEELEY,  and  CALVELEY,  Chesh.  and  Yorks., 
out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  calf's  head,  affron- 
ted, sa.  85.  14 

CALVEELEY,  Suss,  and  Surr.,  a  horned  owl,  ar. 
En  caligine  veritas.  107.  8 

CALVEELEY  of  Oulton  Hall,  Yorks.,  a  horned 
owl,  ar.  107.  8 

CALVEELT,  BLACKETT-,  Bart.,  Yorks.,  an  owl, 
ar.  107.  9 

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. 

107.  9 

CALWOOD,  in  dexter  hand  a  palm-branch,  vert. 

158.  6 

CAM,  and  CAMM,  a  dove,  between  two  laurel- 
branches,  in  orle.  93.  8 

CAMAC,  and  CAMIC,  Eng.,  a  martlet,  sa.   119.  4 

CAMBELL,  Ess.,  a  bear's  head,  couped,  per  fess, 
or  and  az.,  muzzled,  gu.  20.  6 

CAMBELLj  a  lion's  head,  affrontee.  47-4 


CAMBELL,  a  swan,  ppr.,  ducally  crowned,  or, 
between  two  laurel- branches,  vert. 

CAMBELL,  a  swan,  ppr.,  crowned,  or.       76.   n 

CAMBELL,  a  boar's  head,  couped.  3.  9 

CAMBEE,  Ess. ,  a  Saxon  crown,  between  wings. 

66.   II 

CAMBOENE,  Cornw.,  three  broken  spears,  or, 
tied  together  with  a  band,  gu.,  two  in  sal- 
tier, one  in  pale.  134.  4 

CAMBEIDGE,  and  CAMBEIGE,  Eng.,  a  lion,  pas- 
sant, gardarit,  ppr.  36.  13 

CAMBEIDGE,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  or,  in  beak 
a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  of  the  same. 

comp.  88.   7 

CAMDEN,  Earl  (John-Jeffreys-Pratt),  an  ele- 
phant's head,  erased,  ar.  Judicium  parium, 
aut  leges  terrce.  24.  9 

CAMDEN,  Eng.,  a  cross  pattde,  between  wings. 

94.  6 

CAMEL,  Eng.,  a  camel's  head.  30.  7 

CAMEEON  of  Lochiel,  a  dexter  arm,  in  armour, 
embowed,  in  hand  a  sword,  all  ppr.  Pro 
rege  et  patria.  140.  13 

CAMEEON,  Sco.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  in  hand  a 
sword,  ppr.  Pro  rege  et  patria.  140.  13 

CAMEEON  of  Glendessary,  an  arm,  in  armour, 
in  hand  a  sword,  ppr.  Mine  orior.  140.  13 

CAMEEON,  Eng.,  in  lion's  paw,  sa.,  a  flag,  ar., 
charged  with  an  eagle,  with  two  heads,  dis- 
played, sa.  50.  4 

CAMEEON,  Bart.,  Sco.:  (i.)  Out  of  a  mural 
coronet,  or,  a  dexter  arm,  in  armour,  em- 
bowed,  in  hand  a  sword,  all  ppr.  120.  9. 
(2.)  A  Highlander,  wading  through  water, 
in  dexter  a  broadsword,  and  in  sinister  a 
banner,  within  a  wreath  of  laurel,  all  ppr. 
Arriverette.  comp.  127.  13 

CAMEEON,  Hants.,  a  dexter  arm,  in  armour, 
embowed,  ppr.,  in  hand  a  sword,  also  ppr., 
hilt  and  pommel,  or.  140.  13 

CAMFLELD,  and  CAMFYLD,  Norf.,  out  of  a  tower, 
a  demi-lady,  ppr.  comp.  23.  3 

CAMFIELD,  an  arm,  erect,  couped  at  elbow, 
vested,  in  hand  three  wheat-ears,  ppr. 

comp.  149.   10 

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  47 

CAMP,  Eng.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  ducally 
gorged,  in  mouth  a  branch  of  laurel,  all  ppr. 

87.    I 

CAMPBELL  of  Ormidale,  Argyll,  a  boar's  head, 
couped,  or.  Ne  obliviscaris.  3.  9 

CAMPBELL  of  Fairfield,  Ayr,  an  eagle's  head, 
erased,  ppr.  •  Constantcr  et  prudentid. 

IO2.    IO 

CAMPBELL  of  Monzie,  Perth,   a  boar's  head, 

erased,  ppr.     follow  me.  3.   13 

CAMPBELL,  Sco.,  an  eagle's  head,  couped,  ppr. 

Constanter  et  prudentid.  102.  9 

CAMPBELL  of  Lawers,  a  boar's  head,  erect  and 

erased,  az.     Fac  et  spera.  3.  6 

CAMPBELL  of  Treesbank,  Ayr,  a  phoenix  head, 

erased,  or.     Constanter  et  prudentid.   101.  10 
CAMPBELL   of   Sornbeg,  Ayr,  same  crest  and 

motto. 
CAMPBELL  of  Asnish,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  or. 

Nunquam  oUiviscar.  3.   9 

CAMPBELL  of  Lochnell,  Argyll,  in  dexter  hand 

a  spear,  in  bend,  ppr.     Audaces  juro — and 

— Arma  parata  fero.  148.   10 


CAM 


77 


CAN 


CAMPBELL  of  Gargunnock,  a  stork,  ppr.    Refero. 

115.  8 
CAMPBELL,  Bart.,  of  Succoth,  Sco.,  a  camel's 

head,  couped,  ppr.     Labor  omnia  superat. 

31-   7 
CAMPBELL   of   Ardchattan   Priory,  Argyll,  a 

swan,  ppr.,  crowned,  or.  76.   1 1 

CAMPBELL  of  Colgrain,  Dumbarton,  a  boar's 

head,  erect  and  erased,  or,  armed  and  lan- 

gued,  ar.     Fac  et  spera.  3-   6 

CAMPBELL  of  Glenfalloch,  Perth,  a  man's  heart, 

pierced  through  with  a  dart,  ppr.    Thus  far. 

157-  5 
CAMPBELL  of  Calder,  a  swan,  ppr.,  crowned, 

or.     Be  mindful.  76.   1 1 

CAMPBELL,  Bart.,  of  Ardnamurchan  and  Airds, 

Sco.,  same  crest  and  motto. 
CAMPBELL   of   Skipness   Castle,    Argyll,    two 

oars,  in  saltier.    Terrd  manque  fides.   1 2 1.  15 
CAMPBELL  of  Skerrington,  Ayr,  a  dexter  arm, 

in  armour,  in  hand  a  garland  of  laurel,  all 

ppr.     Campi  fero  prcemia,  belli.  143.   6 

CAMPBELL  of  Jura,  Argylls.,  in  hand  a  spear. 

ppr.     A  u  daces  juvo.  148.  10 

CAMPBELL   of   Stracathro,   Forfars.,    a   boar's 

head,  erased.     Ne  obliviscarsis.  1 5.   5 

CAMPBELL,  Sir  GUY,  Bart.,  Sco.,  a  bear's  head, 

in  fess,  couped,  ppr.     Follow  me.  3.  9 

CAMPBELL,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  sa.      Usque 

ad  aras.  3.  9 

CAMPBELL,   Sco.,  a  swan,  ppr.,  crowned,  or. 

Be  ever  mindful.  76.  1 1 

CAMPBELL,    a   dove,    with   olive-branch,   ppr. 

Gaudium  adfero.  106.  7 

CAMPBELL    of    Morechaster,   a    boar's    head, 

erased.     Sequor.  15.  5 

CAMPBELL  of  Ardkinlis,  a  galley,  her  oars  in 

action,  sa.     Set  on.  21.  2 

CAMPBELL  of  Craignish,  a  boar's  head,  erased, 

ppr.     Fit  via  li.  1 5.  5 

CAMPBELL  of  Auchinbreck,  Bart.,   in  dexter 

hand,  ppr.,  a  spear,  or.    Forget  not.     148.  10 
CAMPBELL  of  Auchawilling,  two  oars  of  a  gal- 
ley, in  saltier.     Armis  el  fide.  121.  15 
CAMPBELL,  same  crest.     Vi  etfide. 
CAMPBELL  of  Inveraw,  a  hart's  head,  ppr.    Pro 

aris  et  focis.  84.   10 

CAMPBELL  of  Lochdochart,  aboar's  head,  erased, 

ppr.     Recte  sequor.  15.   5 

CAMPBELL,  Earl  of  Islay,  a  boar's  head,  couped. 

Memini.  3.  9 

CAMPBELL  of  Glenfeacher,  a  goat,  standing,  az., 

armed  and  hoofed,  or,  in  mouth  a  sprig  of 

ivy,  ppr.     Marbu  mhiann  leon.  56.  6 

CAMPBELL  of   Netherplace,   in   hand,  issuing 

from  a  cloud,  a  signet  letter,  ppr.     Optime 

quod  opportune.  123.   13 

CAMPBELL,  Bart.,  of  Berwick,  in  dexter  hand, 

issuing    from    heart,    a   scimitar,    all   ppr. 

True  to  the  end.  138.  3 

CAMPBELL,  Port-Glasgow,  a  boar's  head,  erased, 

ppr.     Deo  rolcnte.  15.   5 

CAM  I- HELL  of  Park,  a  boar's  head,  erased  and 

erect,  or,  langued,  az.     Fac  et  spera.       3.  6 
CAMPBELL   of   Skerrington,   an   eagle's   head. 

Constans  et  prudens.  102.  9 

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.  138.   10 

CAMPBELL,  Sco.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 

in  hand  a  dagger.     Paratus  sum.         159.  4 


CAMPBELL,  a  lion,  sejant,  affrontee  and  erect, 
in  dexter  a  sword,  in  sinister  a  crown  of 
laurel.  Victoi'iam  coronal  Chrlstus. 

see  plate  38 

CAMPBELL,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  spur,  or.  Memor 
esto.  152.  9 

CAMPBELL,  in  water,  a  demi-eagle,  displayed, 
with  two  heads,  above  it  the  sun  shining, 
ppr.  103.  5 

CAMPBELL,  Baron,  a  boar's  head,  erased,  gy- 
ronne  of  eight,  or  and  sa.  Audacter  et 
aperte.  15.  5 

CAMPBELL,  Aberuchill,  Perthshire,  a  lion,  ram- 
pant, gardant,  in  dexter  a  sword,  in  sinister 
a  laurel  crown.  Sequitur  victoria  forteis. 

see  plate  41 

CAMPBELL,  Lord  Clyde,  a  boar's  head,  erased, 
or.  Niltibi.  15.  5 

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.  86.  5 

CAMPBELL,  COCKBURN-,  Bart.,  of  Gartsford, 
Sco.:  (i.)  For  Campbell,  a  cubit  arm,  erect, 
in  hand  a  scimitar,  ppr.  Without  fear. 
158.  9.  (2.)  For  Cockbum,  a  cock,  ppr. 
Vigilans  et  audax.  94.  12 

CAMPBELL,  Bart.,  Sco.:  (i.)  On  a  mount,  vert, 
a  Burmese  warrior  on  horseback,  armed  and 
accoutred,  ppr.  comp.  133.  n.  (2.)  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.  113.  3 

CAMPBELL,  Sco.,  a  heart,  gu.,  transfixed  with 
an  arrow,  in  bend,  ppr.  Thus  far.  157.  5 

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.  47.  4 

CAMPBELL,  Sco.,  a  ship  at  anchor.    Vincit  labor. 

21.    12 

CAMPBELL,  Lond.,  a  demi-hound,  az.,  gorged 
with  a  ducal  coronet,  or.  Fcestina  lente. 

comp.  17.  2 

CAMPBELL,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand  a  lance,  in 
bend  sinister.  Arma  par ata  fero.  148.  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.  127.  10 

CAMPE,  Eng.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  ducally 
gorged,  in  mouth  a  branch  of  laurel,  ppr.  87.  3 

CAMPER,  an  anchor,  between  wings.        66.   15 

CAMPERDOWN,  Earl  of  (Dundas-Haldane-Dun- 
can),  a  dismasted  ship,  ppr.  Secundis 
dubiisque  rcctus.  21.  5 

CAMPION,  Lond.  and  Ess.,  out  of  a  ducal  coro- 
net, or,  a  talbot's  head,  sa.  60.  6 

CAMPION,  and  CAMPYON,  a  turkey  in  pride,  ppr., 
combed  and  wattled,  gu.  116.  5 

CAMPION,  and  CAMPYON,  a  bear's  head  and 
neck,  muzzled,  or.  20.  9 

CAMVILLE,  Eng.,  on  a  mount,  a  leopard,  sejant, 
ppr.  see  plate  9 

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.  157.  12 

CAXCELOE,  and  CANDISHELER,  Eng.,  in  dexter 
hand,  a  covered  cup,  or.  142.  1 1 

CANDISH,  Suff.,  an  ostrich-head,  az.,  gorged  with 
a  collar,  sa.,  riinmed,  or,  and  charged  with 
three  bezants.  see  plate  108 

CANDISHE,  Eng.,  a  wolf's  head,  couped,  az., 
collared,  or.  1 6.  7 

CANDISHE,  a  wolf's  head,  erased,  collared.  62.  2 

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  139 

CANDLER,  a  goat's  head,  couped,  sa.,  armed 
and  maned,  ar.  56.  4 

CANDLER,  Suff.,  an  eagle,  rising,  regardant, 
ppr.  100.  10 

CANDLiSH,an  ostrich -head,  collared  and  ringed. 

see  plate  108 

CANDLISH,  a  snake,  nowed,  ppr.    Cavendo  tutus, 

in.  13 

CANE,  a  human  heart,  gu.,  charged  with  a 
cinquefoil,  or.  136.  15 

CANE,  a  leopard,  rampant,  gorged  with  a  mural 
coronet.  comp.  n.  8 

CANHAM,  Eng.,  two  palm-branches,  in  orle,  ppr. 

13.  2 

CANING,  Eng.,  a  quatrefoil,  ppr.  124.  i 

CANKNIER,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  a  demi-lion, 
holding  up  a  garland  of  laurel,  all  ppr. 

see  plate  46 

CANKRIEN,  Yorks.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  be- 
tween paws  a  plummet.  see  plate  46 

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.    9.   13 

CANN,  Cornw. ,  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  between 
wings,  conjoined.  112.  I 

CANN,  and  CAN,  Glouc.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet, 
or,  a  plume  of  five  ostrich -feathers,  ar. 

comp.  1 08.  5 

CANNING,  Viscount  (Canning),  a  demi-griffin, 
az.,  gutte"e-d'or.  Ne  cede  malis,  sed  contra. 

86.   13 

CANNING,  a  demi-griffin,  az.  86.  13 

CANNING,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  in  dexter,  a 
dart.  see  plate  44 

CANNING,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  erm.,  support- 
ing a  battle-axe,  ppr.  comp.  44.  15 

CANNOCK,  Line.,  a  demi  -  buck,  couped,  ar., 
attired  and  ducally  gorged,  or,  one  foot  rest- 
ing on  the  wreath.  see  plate  79 

CANNON,  Sco.,  between  horns  of  a  crescent,  a 
buckle,  az.  80.  I 

CANNON,  Wei.,  a  cannon,  sa.,  mounted  on  a 
carriage,  or.  132.  12 

CANNYNGS,  Eng.,  two  dexter  hands,  conjoined, 
gauntleted,  issuing  from  clouds,  holding  up 
a  heart,  inflamed,  all  ppr.  124.  4 

CANT  of  Dryburnford,  a  dove,  ppr.  Ales  rcpo- 
sita.  112.  ii 

CANTELOW,  Heref.,  and  Cantelupe,  Eng.,  a 
leopard's  face,  gu.,  jessant-de-lis,  or.  48.  4 

CANTELOW,  Iri.,  a  demi-bull.  67.  9 

CANTERBURY,  Viscount  (Manners-Sutton),  on 
a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up,  erm.,  a  peacock 
in  pride,  ppr.  Pour  y  parvenir.  116.  13 


78 


CAR 


CANTILLION,  Iri.,  an  arm,  embowed,  in  hand  a 
dagger,  ppr.  159.  4 

CANTILON,  Iri.,  in  hand  an  arrow,  point  down- 
ward. 156.  6 

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  85 

CANTLOW,  Eng.,  a  boar,  passant.  4.  1 1 

CANTON,  Iri.,  on  a  chapeau,  ppr.,  a  boar,  passant. 

4.   12 

CANTON,  Kent,  on  a  chapeau,  a  lion's  head, 
erased,  ppr.  47.  7 

CANTRELL,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
in  hand  a  sword  by  the  middle,  in  fess,  all 
ppr.  67.  15 

CANTRELL,  a  tower,  ar.,  port,  sa.  22.   14 

CANTWELL,  Eng.,  in  hand,  ppr.,  an  annulet,  or. 

128.  4 

CAPE,  a  lion,  passant,  gu.,  in  dexter  a  sword, 
in  pale,  ppr.,  hilt  and  pommel,  or.  see  plate  37 

CAPEL  of  The  Grove,  Painswick,  Glouc.,  a 
plume  of  three  ostrich -feathers,  two  ar.,  and 
one  gu.  Sic  vita  liumana.  51.  3 

CAPEL  -  CONINGSBY,  Earl  of  Essex.  See 
ESSEX. 

CAPELL,  Eng.,  an  anchor,  bezantde,  corded,  gu. 

133.    7 

CAPELL,  Heref.,  a  plume  of  three  ostrich -fea- 
thers, two  ar.,  the  other  gu.  51.  3 

CAPELL,  Glouc.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  ar. 

44.  14 

CAPELL,  Glouc.,  a  plume  of  three  ostrich- fea- 
thers, the  centre  one,  ar.,  the  others,  or. 

51.  3 

CAPES,  Eng.,  a  cross  fleury,  fitched,  gu.,  flow- 
ered, or.  123.  6 

CAPLING,  Lond.,  out  of  the  centre  tower  of  a 
castle,  triple-towered,  a  demi-lion,  rampant, 
all  ppr.  23.  5 

CAPON,  Eng.,  a  demi-lion,  gu.  44.   14 

CAPP,  Eng.,  a  spur,  winged,  or.  62.   5 

CAPPER,  Warw.  and  Staffs.,  a  dexter  arm, 
couped  and  embowed,  vested,  in  hand  a 
banner,  charged  with  a  bee  volant.  151.  12 

CAPPER,  Lond.,  Middx.,  and  Herts.,  a  ram's 
head  and  neck,  couped,  charged  on  neck  with 
a  rose. 
<-~CAPPER,  a  ram's  head,  erased.  57-7 

CAPPS,  Norf.,  a  demi-antelope,  or.          82.   11 

CAPRON,  a  demi-man,  in  armour,  with  lance 
and  shield,  all  ppr.  comp.  127.  10 

CAPSAL,  or  CAPSALL,  a  castle,  triple-towered, 
ppr.,  ensigned  with  a  flag,  gu.,  charged  with 
a  cross,  ar.  23.  10 

CAPSAL,  Eng.,  a  hand,  holding  a  military  sash, 
ppr.  148.  5 

CARBERY,  Baron  (Evans-Freke),  Iri. :  (i.)  For 
Evans,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  regardant,  or, 
between  paws,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  sa.  see 
plate  44.  (2.)  For  Freke,  a  bull's  head, 
couped.  Libertas.  14.  7 

CARBINELL,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  an  arm,  in 
armour,  in  hand  a  scimitar,  ppr.  122. 

CARBONEL,  CARBONELL,  or  CARBONELLE,  Eng., 
a  demi-lion,  az.,  crowned,  gu.1]  see  plate  42 

CARBONEL,  or  CARBONELL,  a  sword,  in  bend, 
ppr.  154. 

CARD,  Lond.,  out  of  a  cloud,  in  hand  a  lettei 
ppr.  123.   i 

CARDALE,  Lond.,  a  linnet,  ppr.     Studcndo 
contemplando  inde  fcssus.  112. 


CAR 

GARDEN,  Bart.,  Iri.,  a  pheon,  sa.  Fide  et  amore. 

77-   13 

GARDEN,  a  wolf,  statant,  sa.  19.   II 

GARDEN,  Sco.,  a  cross  moline,  gu.  77.  9 

GARDEN,  Eng.,  a  tower.  22.   14 

GARDEN,  Bucks.,  a  wolf's  head,  sa.,  pierced  with 

an  arrow,  ar.  19.  4 

CARDEW,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  plume 

of  feathers.  1 08.   5 

CARDIFFE,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up, 

or,  a  martlet,  sa.  119.  8 

CARDIFF,  Iri.,  a  gilliflower,  slipped  and  leaved, 

ppr.  53.   12 

CARDIGAN,  Earl  of  (Brudenell),  a  sea-horse, 

ppr.     En  grace  affie.  69.   10 

CARDIGAN,  in  lion's  gamb,  erect  and  erased,  or, 

an  antique  mace,  az. 

CARDINAL,  Ess.,  a  dromedary,  ppr.  31.  ir 
CARDINGTON,  Eng.,  a  bull,  passant.  14.  14 
CARDONNEL,  DE,  Eng.,  a  dove,  ppr.  L'espcr- 

ance  me  console.  see  plate  112 

CARDONNELL,  Worthumb.,  a  goldfinch,  ppr. 

112.  5 
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.  124.  II 
CARDWELL,  Eng.,  a  tower,  ppr.,  domed,  or,  with 

a  flag  thereon,  sa.  22.   5 

CAREW,  Baron,  Iri.  (Shapland-Carew),  an  an- 
telope, passant,  gu.     Nil  admirari.     82.    14 
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.  82.   14 

CAREY  of  Rozel,  Guernsey,  a  swan,  ppr.  75.  11 
CAREY,  Viscount  Falkland,  Sco.,  a  swan,  ppr., 

In  utroque  fidelis.  75.   II 

CAREY,  a  swan,  ar.,  wings  addorsed.  75.  10 
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.  72.  6 

CAREY,  Iri.,  on  a  mount,  a  fire-beacon,  ppr.  2.  9 
CAREY,  or  GARY,  a  maiden's  head,  ppr.  129.  14 
CARFRAE,  Sco.,  a  tower,  embattled,  ar.  Fortis 

ctfide.  22.    14 

CARFRAE,  Sco.,  a  wyvern,  ppr.      Vigilantia. 

91-   5 

CARGILL,  Sco.,  a  demi-angel,  ppr.,  on  head  a 
cross  pattee.  see  plate  139 

CARGILL,  Sco.,  a  martlet,  ppr.  119.  4 

CAKCILL,  Eng.,  a  martlet,  ar.  In  Domino  con- 
Jid<>.  119.  4 

CAUINGTON,  Eng.,  out  of  a  coronet,  ar.,  a  uni- 
corn's head,  sa.,  maned  and  horned,  of  the 
first.  70.  I 

CARKETTLE,  Sco.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  ppr. 

88.  7 

CARLEILL  of  Sewerby,  Yorks.,  a  moor's  head, 
in  profile,  couped  at  shoulders,  ppr.  123.  12 

CARLETON,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  uni- 
corn's head,  sa.,  the  horn  twisted,  of  the 
first  and  second.  70.  i 

CA i; I.ETON,  Viscount  Carleton,  Iri.  a  unicorn's 
head.  Qucerere  verum.  70.  4 


79  CAR 


CARLIFE,  a  martlet,  or,  in  mouth  a  sprig  of 
two  roses,  gu.,  leaved  and  stalked,  vert. 

see  plate  119 

CARLILL,  Cumb.  and  Westm..  an  arm,  in  ar- 
mour, embowed,  in  hand,  ppr.,  a  spear,  ar. 

141.  6 

CARLING,  Bristol,  a  buck's  head,  erased,  ppr. 
Toutdroit.  83.  13 

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.  37.  9 

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.  66.  4 

CARLTON,  an  arm,  embowed,  ppr.,  in  hand  an 
arrow.  157.  7 

CARLYON,  a  demi-lion,  collared,  between  paws 
a  bezant.  Turns  tatissima  virtus,  see  plate  44 

CARLYON,  Eng.,  in  the  sea,  a  pillar,  ppr.   136.  5 

CARMALT,  Cumb.,  a  dragon's  head,  erased,  per 
pale,  or  and  vert,  gorged  with  a  collar, 
charged  with  three  escallops,  counterchanged. 

comp.  89.  5 

CARMARDEN,  and  CARMARTHEN,  a  lion's  gamb, 
erased,  or.  51.  15 

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.  2.  12 

CARMICHAEL,  GIBSON-,  Bart.,  of  Skirling,  an 
arm,  embowed,  in  hand  a  broken  lance,  top 
pendent,  ppr.  Toujours  prest.  141.  6 

CARMICHAEL,  of  Balmblae,  a  woman's  head 
and  neck,  issuing.  Fortune  helps  the  forward. 

129.  14 

CARMICHAEL,  Iri.,  an  arm  from  elbow,  in  hand, 
in  armour,  a  pheon,  ppr.  133.  2 

CARMICHAEL  of  Maulslei,  an  arm,  in  armour, 
in  hand  a  broken  spear,  ppr.,  and  charged 
with  a  mullet,  or.  Toujours  prest. 

comp.  141.  6 

CARMICHAEL,  Sco.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  in  hand 
a  tilting-spear,  ppr.  Toujours  prest.  2.  12 

CARMINOW,  CARJIYNOW,  or  CARMENOW,  Eng., 
a  dolphin,  naiant,  or.  68.  1 1 

CARNABY,  Eng.,  a  bull's  head.  14.   7 

CARNABY,  a  lion's  head,  issuing,  sa.,  charged 
with  a  cheveron,  ar.  see  plate  47 

CARNAC,  on  a  crescent,  a  sword,  ppr.,  hilt  and 
pommel,  or,  point  upward.  66.  8 

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.  66.  8 

CARNAGHI,  or  CARNAGIE,  in  dexter  hand,  gu., 
a  thunderbolt,  winged,  or.  Dread  God. 

I44-  3 

CARNAGIE,  Sco.,  a  star,  ppr.    Alis  aspicit  astra. 

65-  *5 

CARNAGIE,  Sco.,  out  of  a  cloud,  two  dexter 
hands "  gauntleted,  supporting  a  flaming 
heart,  all  ppr.  Armis  et  animis.  124.  4 

CARNARVON,  Earl  of  (Herbert),  a  wyvern, 
wings  elevated,  vert,  in  mouth  a  sinister 
hand,  couped  at  wrist,  gu.  Ung  jescrviray. 

91.  9 

CARNEGIE  of  Kennaird,  Angus,  in  dexter  hand 
a  thunderbolt,  ppr.  Dcum  tinute.  144.  3 


CAB 


So 


CAB 


CAKNEGIE,  Earl  of  Northesk.     See  NORTHESK. 

CARNEGIE  of  Pitarow,  Bart.,  a  demi-eagle,  dis- 
played, az.  Video  alta  sequorque.  102.  12 

CARNEGIE  of  Craigo,  a  star,  ppr.  Alls  aspicet 
astra.  65.  15 

CARNEGIE  of  Lour,  a  leopard's  head,  erased, 
ppr.  Armis  et  animis.  10.  6 

CARNEGIE  of  Southesk,  in  dexter  hand  a  thun- 
derbolt, ppr.  Dread  God.  144.  3 

CARNEGY,  Lond.,  a  demi-leopard,  ppr.  Tache 
sans  tache.  9.  I 

CARNEGY,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand  a  thunderbolt, 
gu.,  winged,  or.  Dread  God,  144.  3 

CARNEGY-LINDSAY,  of  Spynie  and  Boysack,  and 
Kinblethmont  :  (l.)  An  ostrich-head,  issu- 
ing, ar.,  in  mouth  a  horse-shoe,  az.  see  plate 
1 08.  (2.)  A  demi-leopard,  ppr.  Tache  sans 
tache — and — Endure  furth.  9.  i 

CARNEGY,  WATSON-  :  ( r.)  For  Carney,  a  demi- 
leopard,  ppr.  Tache  sans  tache.  9.  i.  (2.) 
For  Watson,  a  lily  of  the  Nile,  ppr.  Sine 
injurid.  53.  12 

CARNELL,  Yorks.,  an  arm,  inarmour,embo\ved, 
in  hand  a  sword,  ppr.  140.  13 

CARNEY,  a  swan's  head  and  neck,  erased,  in 
mouth  an  annulet.  comp.  75.  8 

CARNIE,  Sco.,  on  a  rock,  sa.,  weeds,  vert.    67.  5 

CARNIE,  Eng.,  out  of  a  cloud,  a  hand,  in  fess, 
pointing  to  a  crosier,  in  pale,  all  ppr.  159.  12 

CARNIQUET,  Sco.,  a  swan,  wings  addorsed,  ar., 
ducally  gorged  and  chained,  or.  76.  10 

CARNOCK,  Sco.,  in  hand,  ppr.,  a  fleur-de-lis,  az. 

121.    I 

CARNWATH,  Earl  of,  and  Baron  Dalzell,  Sco. 
(Dalzell),  a  dagger,  erect,  ppr.,  pommel  and 
hilt,  or.  /  dare.  148.  8 

CARPENTER,  Eng.,  on  a  stand,  a  globe,  ppr. 
Per  acuta  belli.  8.  4 

CARPENTER,  a  stag's  head,  ar.,  with  wings  ad- 
dorsed, az.  see  plate  73 

CARPENTER,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gu.,  ducally 
crowned,  or,  collared,  sa.  see  plate  42 

CARPENTER,  Wore.,  a  coney,  sejant,  ar.    58.  i 

CARPENTER,  Eng.,  a  church,  ppr.  23.   12 

CARPENTER,  Somers.,  a  snail,  passant,  ppr., 
shell,  ar.  6.  5 

CARPENTER,  Surr.,  a  greyhound's  head,  erased, 

20.  4 

CARPENTER,  Earl  of  Tyrconnel.  SeeTrBCONNEL. 

CARPENTER,  Eng.,  a  falcon,  wings  expanded, 
ar.,  beaked,  legged,  and  belled,  or.  100.  13 

CARPENTER,  Cornw.,  a  plume  of  ostrich-fea- 


thers. 


51-  3 


CARPENTER,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  in 
hand,  ppr.,  a  hammer,  or.  comp.  124.  10 

CARPENTER,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  in 
hand  a  passion  nail.  comp.  124.  10 

CARPENTER,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  in 
hand,  ppr.,  a  musket,  in  bend  sinister. 

comp.  124.   10 

CARR,  JAMES,  Esq.,  New  York,  U.S.A.,  and 
Staffords.,  Eng.,  a  stag's  head,  couped,  ppr. 
Nil  desperandum.  84.  1 1 

CARR,  Lane,  and  Line.,  a  stag's  head,  ar., 
charged  with  two  bars-gemelle,  gu.,  attired, 
or.  83.  12 

CARR,  Sco.,  a  buck's  head,  erased,  or.  Friend- 
ship. 83.  13 

CARR,  Northumb.  and  Durh.,  a  stag's  head, 
erased,  ppr.  Nil  desperandum.  83.  13 

CARR,  a  stag's  head,  couped,  ppr.  Nil  despe- 
randum. 84.  1 1 


CARR,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  or.  47.  13 

CARR,  in  hand  a  dagger,  ar.,  hilt  and  pommel, 

or.  122.    12 

CARR- HAY,  Earl  of  Errol.     See  ERROL. 
CARR,  STANDISH-,   of  Cocken  Hall,  Derbs.,  a 

lion's  head,  erased.     Est  nulla  fallacia. 

47-   13 

CARRANT,  Somers.,  a  bull's  head,  cabossed.  15.  8 

CARRE,  Sco.,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  or.  Tout 
droit.  83.  13 

CARRELL,  Suss.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  stag, 
lodged,  regardant,  ar.,  attired,  or. 

see  plates  79  and  Si 

CARRELL,  Suss.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  an  ibex,  ar., 
maned  and  horned,  or.  comp.  82.  12 

CARRELL,  Suss,  and  Kent,  a  lion's  head,  erased, 
vert,  between  wings,  ar.  and  sa.,  on  neck 
two  bends,  or.  comp.  49.  6 

CARRELL,  a  tiger,  sejant,  vert,  maned  and 
tufted,  or.  9.  4 

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.  108.  5 

CARRICK,  Sco.,  a  demi-lion,  or,  in  dexter  a 
thistle,  ppr. ,  in  sinister  a  fleur-de-lis,  gu.  42.  I 

CARRICK,  Glouc.,  an  ostrich,  ar.,  beaked  and 
legged,  or,  in  mouth  a  staff,  of  the  same, 
with  flag,  gu.  Garde  bien.  see  plate  108 

CARRIE,  Iri.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  in 
hand  a  dart,  point  downward.  ^57-  7 

CARRIER,  Hants.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
dragon's  head,  vert.  90.  12 

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  24 

CARRINGTON,  Lond.  and  Yorks.,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  or,  a  unicorn's  head,  sa.  70.  I 

CARRINGTON,  Chesh.,  a  unicorn's  head,  ar. , 
armed  and  crested,  or.  70.  4 

CARRINGTON,  an  eagle,  close.  98.   1 3 

CARRINGTON,  Oxon.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or, 
a  unicorn's  head,  sa.  70.  I 

CARRINGTON,  Warvv. ,  a  peacock's  head,  erased, 
ppr.,  ducally  gorged,  or.  see  plate  117 

CARROL,  or  CARROLL,  Iri.,  a  tent,  gu.       78.  5 

CARROL,  or  CARROLL,  Iri.,  on  stump  of  oak, 
sprouting,  a  hawk,  ppr.,  belled,  or.  105.  5 

CARROLL,  Eng.,  a  bear's  head,  sa.,  muzzled,  or, 
between  wings,  of  the  last.  20.  12 

CARROLL  of  Bally nure,  Wicklow,  on  stump  of 
oak,  sprouting,  a  hawk,  ppr.,  belled,  or.  In 
fide  et  in  bello  fortes.  105.  5 

CARROL,  Knt.,  Lond.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  stag, 
lodged,  regardant,  ar.,  attired,  or.  Semper 
eadem.  80.  5 

CARRON,  Sco.,  a  camel's  head.  31.   7 

CARRUTHERS  of  Howmains,  a  seraphim,  volant, 
ppr.  Promptus  et  fidelis.  139.  4 

CARRUTHERS,  Annandale,  a  seraphim,  stand- 
ing, vested,  ppr.  *39'  3 

CARRUTHERS,  a  cherub's  head.  ppr.        130.  10 

CARRUTHERS  of  the  Isle  of  Annandale,  a  cherub, 
ppr.  Paratus  et  fidelis.  130.  10 

CARRY,  Eng.,  a  cross  Calvary,  ppr.         147.  4 

CARRYNGTON,  Eng.,  out  of  a  coronet,  or,  a  uni- 
corn's head,  sa.  70.  i 

CARSAIN,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand,  a  scimitar,  ppr. 
Ne  m'oublicz.  158.  9 

CARSE,  Sco.,  a  falcon's  head.    Velocitate.    103.  3 

CARSE,  or  CARSS,  Sco.,   between  horns  of  a 


CAB 


81 


CAS 


crescent,  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  or.  In 
cruce  solus.  127.  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.  156.  12 

CARSEWELL,  and  CARSWELL,  Sco.,  a  lion's  head, 
within  a  fetterlock.  45.  7 

CARSTAIRS,  Sco.,  the  sun  shining  on  a  prim- 
rose, ppr.  Te  splendente.  53.  13 

CARSEWELL,  Eng.,  a  lion,  passant,  tail  ex- 
tended, ppr.  40.  2 

CART,  Eng.  and  Sco.,  a  stag's  head,  in  mouth 
a  serpent,  all  ppr.  84.  9 

CART,  Sco.  and  Eng.,  in  hand,  a  club,  all  ppr. 

158.  8 

CARTARET,  a  squirrel,  sejant,  gu.,  cracking  a 
nut,  ppr.,  in  dexter  a  branch  of  laurel.  58.  10 

CARTELL,  a  tower,  triple-towered,  ar.,  masoned, 
sa.  23.  10 

CARTER,  a  talbot,  sejant,  resting  dexter  on  a 
Catherine-wheel.  comp.  6l.  IO 

CARTER,  a  lion's  head,  in  mouth  a  comet-star, 
ppr.  see  plate  47 

CARTER,  Hants.,  a  lion's  head,  erased.  Fear 
not.  47.  13 

CARTER,  Yorks.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  or,  a 
demi-monkey,  ppr.  35-8 

CARTER,  Northamp.,  a  talbot's  head,  ar.    6l.  3 

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  6 1 

CARTER,  Cornw.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  or. 

47-  13 

CARTER,  Kent,  a  dexter  arm,  in  armour,  em- 
bowed,  ppr.,  in  hand  a  roll  of  paper. 

comp.  124.  10 

CARTERET,  Baron  (Thynne),  a  reindeer,  statant, 
or.  Loyal  devoir.  84.  8 

CARTHEW,  Sco.,  a  wild  duck,  ppr.          109.  13 

CARTHEW,  a  falcon,  rising,  ducally  gorged  and 
belled,  ppr.  105.  15 

CARTILES,  Northumb.,  a  talbot,  passant,  per 
pale,  indented,  or  and  vert.  6l.  7 

CARTLAND,  Iri.,  a  demi-eagle,  rising,  ppr. 

101.  13 

CARTLITCH,  two  hands,  wielding  a  two-handed 
sword,  ppr.  122.  4 

CARTWRIGHT,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  or, 
pierced  through  neck  with  a  lance,  broken, 
ppr.,  vulned,  gu.  comp.  88.  7  and  9 

CARTWRIGHT,  a  lion's  head,  ar.,  charged  on 
neck  with  a  Catherine-wheel,  sa.  see  plate  47 

CARTWRIGHT,  Eng.,  a  wolf's  head,  erased,  or, 
pierced  through  neck  with  a  spear,  ar.  De- 
fend the  fold.  comp.  19.  4  and  6 

CARUS,  Westm.,  an  eagle,  wings  expanded,  sa., 
beaked  and  legged,  or,  charged  with  a  cinque- 
foil,  ar.  98.  10 

CARVELT,  Eng.,  a  leopard's  head,  erased,  gard- 


ant. 


10.  4 


CARVER,  Eng.,  between  wings  a  peacock's 
head,  in  beak  a  snake,  tail  coiled  round 
neck,  all  ppr.  1 1 7-  4 

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.  140.  13 

CARVILL,  Eng.,  a  goat,  passant,  sa.,  attired,  or. 

56.  ii 


CARWARDINE,  Herts.,  a  wolf,  passant,  ar.,  in 
mouth  an  arrow,  sa.,  embrued,  gu. 

see  plate  19 

CARWELL,  Eng.,  a  leopard's  head,  erased, 
gardant,  ppr.  10.  4 

GARY  of  Torr  Abbey,  Devons.,  a  swan,  ppr. 
Virtute  excerptce.  75-  ll 

GARY  of  Follaton  Park,  Devons.:  (i.)  For 
Gary,  a  swan,  ppr.  75.  ii.  (2.)  For  Flem- 
ing, in  dexter  hand,  in  armour,  a  sword,  all 
ppr.  Virtute  excerptce.  144.  14 

GARY  of  White  Castle,  Donegal,  a  swan,  ppr. 
Sinemaculd.  75.  II 

GARY,  Eng.,  a  horse's  head,  armed  with  a 
shield  plate,  bridled,  or.  71-7 

GARY,  a  demi-lady,  vested.  139.  8 

GARY,  Iri.,  two  hands,  couped  and  conjoined, 
ppr.,  supporting  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  az. 

122.    13 

GARY,  Lond.,  a  lion,  couchant,  gardant,  ppr. 

39-  4 

GARY,  Lond.,  a  swan,   ppr.,  wings  erect,  on 

breast  a  rose,  sa.  76.   9 

CARYER,  Kent,   a  dove,   wings  elevated,  ar., 

membered,  gu.,  within  a  circle  of  glory,  ray- 

onne,  or.  105.  9 

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  108 

CASAER,  or  CEASER,  Sco.,  a  dolphin.       68.   1 1 

CASAER,  Sco. ,  a  dolphin,  haurient.  68.  5 

CASE,  and  CASSE,  Eng.,  on  a  winged  globe,  a 

dove,  rising,  ppr.  8.  2 

CASE,  Sco.,  a  cubit  arm,  in  armour,  or,   in 

hand,   gauntleted,   a   sword,   ar.,    hilt   and 

pommel,  of  the  first.  144.    14 

CASE,  Lane,  and  Staffs.,  a  cubit  arm,  vested, 

ermines,  cuffed,  ar.,  in  hand,  ppr.,  a  round 

buckle,  or.  comp.  154.  4 

CASEY,  Eng.,  a  demi-talbot,  gu.  61.  5 

CASEY,   Eng.,   out   of   a   ducal   coronet,  two 

branches  of  laurel,  in  orle.  136.   7 

CASEY,  Iri.,  out  of  a  cloud,  in  hand,  in  fess,  a 

garb.  12.  5 

CASH,  Eng.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  or,  on  a 

garb,  ppr.,  a  bird.  12.  2 

CASHALL,  Eng.,  a  lion,  rampant,  supporting  a 

plumb-rule,  ar.  40.  5 

CASHEN,  Berks.,  a  rose-sprig,  with  leaves  and 

buds.     Rosam  ne  rode.  30.  4 

CASLON,  a  spear-head,  ppr.  147.  q 

CASMAJOR,  a  lion,  rampant.  41.  12 

CASON,    Cambs.   and    Herts.,    a    cubit    arm, 

vested,  purp.,  cuffed,  ar.,  in  hand  a  firelock, 

all  ppr. 

CASS,  Sco.,  a  pair  of  scales,  ppr.  32.  I 

CASSAN,  Iri.,  on  a  chapeau,  a  fleur-de-lis,  be- 
tween wings,  ppr.  144.  9 
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  3 
CASSEL,  or  CASSELL,  a  hawk,  regardant,  sup- 
porting with  dexter  a  garland  of  laurel,  all 
ppr.                                                           51.   12 
CASSELS,  a  castle,  ppr.   Galea  spes  salutis.   23.  6 
CASSIDY,  Eng.,  a  spear,  broken  in  three  pieces, 
two  in  saltier,  the  head  in  pale,  banded,,  gu. 

I3£-  4 

CASSIE,  Eng.,  a  hind's  head.  85.  3 

•  CASSILIS,  EarL     See  AILSA,  Marquess  of. 


CAS 


CAT! 


CASSILS,  Sco.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
in  hand  a  fleur-de-lis.  142.  4 

CASSON,  from  a  tower,  a  dove,  rising,  az.   22.  4 

CASSTLE,  out  of  a  castle,  triple -towered,  a 
griffin,  issuant.  comp.  22.  II  and  23.  IO 

GASSY,  a  crow,  feeding,  ppr.  114.  6 

GASSY,  an  eagle,  displayed,  with  two  heads, 
vert.  96.  13 

CASTELL,  Norf.,  a  dragon's  head,  couped,  gu. 

90.  4 

CASTELL,  Cambs.,  a  tower,  triple- towered,  sa., 
purfled,  or.  22.  15 

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.  123.  6 

CASTELL,  a  tower,  ar. ,  in  flames  at  top,  ppr.  34. 4 

CASTELYON,  Line.,  on  a  tower,  a  lion,  passant, 
or.  see  plate  22  and  37 

CASTER,  Norf.,  a  savage,  standing  on  a  ser- 
pent, ppr.  125.  ii 

CASTILLON,  Berks.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  gar- 
dant,  ducally  crowned.  47.  3 

CASTLE,  Lond.,  a  tower,  in  flames,  ppr.    34.  4 

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.  151.  12 

CASTLE-STEUAKT,  Earl  (Steuart),  Iri.,  a  uni- 
corn's head,  ar.,  armed,  or,  between  two 
branches  pf  laurel,  vert.  Forward.  71.  8 

CASTLECOMB,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
ppr.,  garnished,  or,  in  hand  a  pistol,  ppr. 

124.   10 

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  44 

CASTLEMAN,  Eng.,  a  lion,  rampant,  between 
wings.  40.  10 

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.  90.  9 

CASTLETON,  Suff.,  a  dragon,  passant,  wings  ad- 
dorsed,  vert.  89.  13 

CASTLETON,  Surr.,  a  demi-dragon,  wings  ad- 
dorsed,  gu.  91.  8 

CASTLYN,  a  tower,  ppr.,  with  flag,  gu.      22.  9 

C ASTON,  Eng.,  in  lion's  paw,  erased,  sa..  a 
cross  pattee,  fitched,  erm.  44.  i 

CASWELL,  Middx.,  a  dexter  arm,  couped  at 
shoulder,  in  mail,  in  hand,  ppr.,  a  cross 
crosslet,  fitched,  or.  comp,  141.  5 

CASWELL,  Middx.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  em- 
bowed,  in  hand  a  broken  spear,  all  ppr. 

141.  6 

CATCHER,  Eng.,  a  garb,  or,  banded,  vert.  12.  13 

CATER,  Berks.,  Hunts.,  and  Leic.,  a  demi- 
griffin,  ar.,  beaked  and  legged,  gu.  86.  13 

CATER,  Lond.,  a  demi-griffin,  gu.  86.    13 

CATER,  Lond.  and  Berks.,  a  lion's  head, 
erased.  48.  9 

CATERALL,  a  cat,  passant,  gardant,  ppr. 

comp.  63.   12 

CATERALL,  Chesh.,  on  a  chapeau,  az.,  turned 
up,  erm.,  a  cat,  passant,  ppr. 


CATESBY,  a  leopard,  passant,  ppr.  9.   13 

CATESBY,    Northamp.,    an    antelope's     head, 
couped,  ar.,  between  attires,  or,  two  battle- 
axes,  erect,  ppr.  see  plate  82 
CATESBY,  or  CATTESBYE,  Bucks.,  a  lion,  pas- 
sant, sa.,  crowned,  or.  see  plate  37 
CATESBY,  Northamp.  and  Bucks.,  a  leopard, 
passant,  gardant,  ar.,  pellettee.      see  plate  9 
CATESNELBOGE,  Eng.,  an  anchor,  ppr.      133.   7 
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.  145.  15 

CATHCART  of  Carbiston,  Ayrs.,  in  dexter  hand, 
couped  at  wrist,  a  crescent,  ar.  /  hope  to 
speed.  132.  15 

CATHCART  of  Knockdolian  Castle,  Ayrs.,  same 
crest  and  motto. 

CATHERENS,  CATHERNS,  and  CATHARINES, 
Eng.,  a  griffin,  or,  pellettee.  see  plate  87 

CATHERY,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  sa.,  in  mouth 
three  arrows.  3.  7 

CATHIE,  Sco.,  a  stag's  head,  couped,  ppr.  84.  10 

CATHROPE,  on  a  mount,  a  stag,  current.   81. 13 

CATLEY,  in  hand,  erect,  a  sealed  letter,  ppr. 

comp.  123.  13 

CATLIN,  or  CATLYN,  Beds,  and  Northamp.,  a 
lion's  head,  erased,  ar.,  collared  and  lined, 
or.  49.  12 

CATLIN,  Kent,  a  lion,  sejant,  gardant,  or,  be- 
tween wings,  addorsed.  see  plate  38 

CATOR  of  Beckingham  Place,  Kent,  a  lion's 
head,  erased,  or,  collared  with  a  bar-gemelle, 
az.  Nihil  sine  labore.  49.  12 

CATT,  a  horned  owl,  ppr.  107.  8 

CATTELIN,  a  demi-leopard,  rampant,  gardant, 
ar.,  pellettee,  ducally  gorged,  vert,  between 
wings,  of  the  last.  see  plate  9 

CATTLE,  Lane.,  a  wolf's  head,  az.  19.   5 

CATTLE Y,  a  demi-cat,  rampant,  gardant,  sup- 
porting an  anchor. 

CATTON,  a  horned  owl,  ar.  107.  8 

CATTY,  a  goat's  head,  erased,  ar.  55-2 

CATZNELLAGE,  Eng.,  the  attires  of  a  stag,  or. 
Ne  supra.  83.  7 

CAULDWELL,  a  cock's  head,  couped,  ar.,  combed 
and  wattled,  gu.,  between  wings,  in  beak  a 
cross  patte'e,  fitched.  93.  10 

CAULEY,  Eng.,  from  a  plume  of  three  ostrich- 
feathers,  an  eagle,  rising,  ppr.  101.  3 

CAULFEILD  of  Drumcairne,  Tyrone,  a  dragon's 
head,  erased,  gu.,  gorged  with  bar-gemelle, 
ar.  Deo  duce,  ferro  comitante.  89.  4 

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.  138.  2 

CAULFIELD.     See  CHARLEMONT,  Earl  of. 

CAULKIN,  Warwicks.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a 
demi-lion,  rampant,  ppr.  Vincit  qui  se 
vincit.  44.  13 

GAUNTER,  in  hand  a  palm-branch,  ppr.    158.  6 

CAUS,  Eng.,  a  cinquefoil.  80.  3 

CAUSTON,  Surr.,  a  demi-leopard,  with  a  lion's 
tail,  ar.,  collared.  see  plate  9 

CAUSTON,  Ess.,  a  cubit  arm,  erect,  vested,  gu., 


CAU 


CHA 


charged  with  two  bends,  wavy,  sa.,  cuffed, 
ar.,  in  hand,  ppr.,  a  round  buckle,  or. 

comp.  154.  4 

CAUSTON,  Eng.,  a  wolf's  head,  erased,  or.  19.  6 

CAUTY,  Eng.,  a  Catherine-wheel,  az.     145.   15 

CAUVIN,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand,  a  dagger,  point 
downward.  130.  1 1 

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.  72.  1 1 

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.  133.  13 

CAVANAGH,  Iri.,  a  stag,  lodged,  between  two 
branches  of  laurel.  80.  14 

CAVE,  Bart.,  Northamp.,  a  greyhound,  current, 
sa.,  in  mouth  a  scroll.  Gardez. 

CAVE,  Eng.,  a  greyhound,  current,  sa.       17.  8 

CAVE,  a  greyhound,  current,  sa.,  collared,  or. 
Cave,  Deus  videt. 

CAVENAGH,  Eng.,  out  of  clouds,  two  dexter 
hands,  grasping  a  sprouting  oak-stump. 

142.  5 

CAVENDISH,  Suss.,  a  wolf's  head,  or,  collared, 
gu.  1 6.  7 

CAVENDISH,  a  serpent,  nowed,  verjb.       in.   13 

CAVENDISH,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  a  snake,  nowed, 
ppr.  in.  3 

CAVENDISH,  Duke  of  Devonshire.  See  DEVON- 
SHIRE. 

CAVENDISH,  Baron  Waterpark.  See  WATER- 
PARK. 

CAVENDISH,  a  stag,  trippant.  79.  4 

CAW,  Sco.,  a  stag's  head,  in  mouth  a  serpent, 
ppr.  .  84.  9 

CAWDOR,  Earl  (Campbell),  a  swan,  ar.,  ducally 
crowned,  or.  JBe  mindful.  j6.  1 1 

CAWDOR,  Eng.,  a  sheaf  of  arrows,  sa.,  shods  and 
feathers,  or,  banded,  gu.  107.  il 

CAWLEY,  Eng.,  out  of  a  plume  of  three  ostrich- 
feathers,  an  eagle,  rising,  ppr.  101.  3 

CAWODLY,  Eng.,  a  falcon's  leg  and  wing  con- 
joined, ar.,  belled,  or.  52.  4 

CAWOODLEY,  Devons.,  a  hawk's  leg,  az.,  joined 
at  knee  to  a  wing,  or,  belled,  of  the  same. 

52-  4 

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

unicorn's  head,  ar.,  ducally  gorged,  lined,  and 

winged,  sa.  see  plate  70 

CAWTHORNE,  Eng.,  a  raven.  114.  10 

CAWTHORNE,  Yorks.,  an  arm,  embowed,  ppr., 

in  hand  a  cross  patonce,  or. 
CAWTON,  Eng.,  a  dromedary,  sa.,  bezante'e. 

31.    12 

CAY,  Durh.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  az.     Patria 

cara  carior  libertas.  88.  7 

CAY,  Northumb.,  a  hawk,  ppr.  105.  14 

CAY,  Northumb.,  a  royal  eagle,  gorged  with  a 

collar  and  banner,  vert,  bearing  a  rose,  ar. 

Sit  sine  spind.  see  plate  98 

CAYLE,   Iri.,   a  demi-stag,  in  mouth  a  rose, 

slipped  and  leaved.  79.   14 

CAYLE,  and  CAYLY,  Eng.,  a  mascle,  vert.  107.  6 
CAYLEY,   Bart.,  Yorks.,  a  lion,  rampant,  or, 

charged    with    a   bend,  gu.,  thereon  three 

mullets,  ar.,  in  paws  a  battle-axe,  ppr. 

see  plate  40 
CAYLEY,  and  CEYLEY,  a  demi-lion,  holding  a 

battle-axe,  ppr.  see  plate  42 


CAYLEY,  Wilts.,  a  demi-lion,  ar.,  charged  with 
a  bend,  gu.,  thereon  three  mullets,  in  dex- 
ter a  battle-axe.  44.  15 

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.  44.  15 

CAZENOVE,  Eng.,  a  sword,  in  pale,  az.,  hilted, 
or.  65.  6 

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.  40.   3 

CEELY,  Cornw.,  a  tiger,  sejant,  ar.  9.  4 

CEILY,  or  CEELY,  an  arm,  in  armour,  in  hand, 
a  pheon,  point  upward,  all  ppr.  133.  2 

CELY,  or  CEELY,  Ess.,  a  bundle  of  quills,  ppr. 

51-  4 

CENINO,  Eng.,  an  escallop,  between  two  palm- 
branches,  ppr.  5.  9 
CERVINGTON,  Devons.,  a  tun,  or,  out  of  the 
bung- hole  five  roses,  of  the  same,  stalked  and 
leaved,  ppr.                                              53.  15 
CEVILIOC,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
round  shoulder  a  ribbon  tied  in  a  bow,  in 
hand  a  knotted  club.                            151.   10 
CHABNOR,  Herts.,  a  pheon,  or.                 77.  13 
CHACE,  a  lion,  rampant,  or,  between  feet  a  cross 
patonce,  gu.                                    comp.  40.  8 
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  1 04 
CHADBORN,  Glouc.,  a  demi-griffin,  az.     86.  13 
CHADERTON,  a  griffin's  head,  couped,  gu.  87.  6 
CHADOCK,  a  martlet,  ar.                            1 19.  5 
CHADOCK,   Eng.,  on  a   ducal   coronet,  or,  a 
martlet,  gu.                                             119.  2 
CHADS,  a  unicorn's  head,  couped,  between  two 
laurel-branches,  ppr.                                  71.  8 
CHADWELL,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  in  dexter 
hand  a  swan's  head,  erased,  ppr.          '51*  3 
CHADWICK  of  Puddleston  Court,  Leominster, 
a  white  lily,  stalked  and  leaved,  surmounted 
by  two  crosses,  crosslet,  fitched,  in  saltier. 
In  candore  decus.                                      53-6 
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  61 
CHADWICK,  Notts.,  Staffs.,  and  Lane.,  a  lily, 
ar.,  stalked  and  leaved,  vert.      In  candore 
decus.                                                       53-4 
CHADWICK,  Staffs.,  a  martlet,  ar.             119.  5 
CHADWICK,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  martlet, 
gu.                                                          119.  2 
CHAFFY,  a  peacock  in  pride,  ppr.             117.  I 
CHAFIN,  or  CHAFFIN,  Dors.,  a  talbot,  or.  61.  7 
CHAIGNEAU,  Iri.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  gu. 

47-  13 
CHALBOTS,  Eng.,  two  anchors,  in  saltier,  ppr. 

94-  3 
CHALIE,  in  water,  a  swan,  wings  addorsed. 

76.  14 

CHALKHILL,  Middx.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or, 

a  horse's  head,  erin.,  maned,  gold.         73.   I 

CHALKLEN,   on   a  mural   coronet,  a  sheaf  of 

seven  arrows,  points  upward. 
CHALLEN,  Suss.,  a  castle,  ar.,  thereon  a  flag. 
Spes,  solus,  decus.  23.  IO 


CHA 


84 


CHA 


CHALLENG,  Glouc.,  an  eagle's  head,  sa.  102.  9 

CHALLENGE,  Suss.,  a  tiger,  ar.,  biting  a  broken 
javelin,  or,  stuck  through  his  back,  the  butt 
erect  against  his  side.  see  plate  10 

CHALLON,  a  mermaid,  ppr.  32.  5 

CHALLONEE,  Northumb.,  a  demi-sea-wolf,  rain- 
pant,  or.  Sicut  quercus. 

CHALMERS  of  Aldbar,  Forfars.,  an  eagle,  rising, 
ppr.  Spero.  98-  i° 

CHALMERS,  Balnecraig,  Sco.,  same  crest  and 
motto. 

CHALMERS,  Sco.,  a  demi-lion,  in  dexter  a  fleur- 
de-lis,  gu.  Quid  non  Deo  juvante.  46.  1 1 

CHALMERS,  Sco.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  sa. 
Avancez.  47.  13 

CHALMERS,  Sco.,  a  hawk,  rising,  ppr.,  belled,  or. 
Promptus  etfidelis.  100.  13 

CHAMBER,  a  demi-eagle,  with  two  heads,  dis- 
played, per  pale,  sa.  and  ar.,counterchanged, 
the  heads,  imperially  crowned,  or. 

comp.  96.    II 

CHAMBER,  Middx.,  Cornw.,  and  Ess.,  a  bear, 
passant,  sa.,  muzzled,  collared,  and  lined,  or. 

28.   II 

CHAMBERLAIN,  Bart.,  Lond.,  an  eagle,  displayed, 
ppr.,  dexter  resting  on  an  armillary  sphere, 
or.  Speset  fides.  see  plate  96 

CHAMBERLAIN,  an  ass's  head,  erased,  ar.,  ducally 
crowned,  or.  see  plate  20 

CHAMBERLAIN,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
camel's  head,  ar.  comp.  31.  9 

CHAMBERLAIN,  and  CHAMBERLAYNE,  Eng.,  a 
swan,  wings  addorsed,  crowned,  ppr.  76.  n 

CHAMBERLAIN,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  gu.,  a 
demi-lion,  rampant,  or,  in  dexter  a  key,  ar. 

see  plate  46 

CHAMBERLAIN,  a  bear's  head,  erased,  ar.  28.  2 

CHAMBERLAIN,  and  CHAMBERLAN,  Eng.,  a 
pheon,  with  part  of  broken  shaft,  ppr.  77.  15 

CHAMBERLAIN,  or  GHAMBERLAYN,  Eng.,  an  ass's 
head,  couped,  ar.  20.  2 

CHAMBERLAINE,  Glouc.,  Oxon.,  and  Yorks., 
out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  an  ass's  head,  ar. 

20.  5 

CHAMBERLAYNE,  Lond.,  a  dexter  arm,  couped 
and  embowed,  in  hand  a  grenade,  fired,  all 
ppr.  Fortitudine.  142.  8 

CHAMBERLAYNE  of  Maugersbury  House,  Glouc. : 
(i.)  Out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  an  ass's  head. 
20.  5.  (2.)  A  lion's  head,  erased,  charged 
with  three  trefoils.  Virtuti  nikil  invium. 

comp.  47.   13 

CHAMBERLAYNE  of  Stoney  Thorpe,  Warw.,  out 
of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  an  ass's  head.  Pro- 
desse  quam  conspici.  20.  5 

CHAMBERLAYNE  of  Cranbury  Park,  Hants,  out 
of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  an  ass's  head,  ar. 
Mors  potior  macula.  20.  5 

CHAMBERLEN,  Lond.,  a  dexter  arm,  couped  and 
embowed,  in  hand  a  grenade,  fired,  all  ppr. 

142.  8 

CHAMBERS  of  Fox  Hall,  I'ri.,  a  falcon,  close, 
belled,  ppr.  Spero  dum  spiro.  104.  2 

CHAMBERS,  Iri.,  on  a  mount,  a  tree,  ppr.  26.  5 

CHAMBERS,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
ppr.,  charged  with  a  cross,  couped,  gu.,  in 
hand  a  scimitar,  ar.,  hilt  and  pommel,  or. 

comp.  121.  6 

CHAMBERS,  Sco.,  a  lion's  head,  sa.,  langued, 
gu.  47.  14 

CHAMBERS,  Sco.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  sa. 
Avancez.  47.  13 


CHAMBERS,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand  a  pair  of 
scales,  ppr.  Lux  mihi  laurus.  144.  I 

CHAMBERS,  an  eagle's  head  and  neck,  erased, 
ppr.,  vulning,  gu.  103.  II 

CHAMBERS,  a  falcon,  belled,  ppr.  Non  prceda, 
sed  victoria.  104.  2 

CHAMBERS,  a  bear,  passant,  sa.,  muzzled,  col- 
lared, and  chained,  or.  28.  1 1 

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.  8.  14 

CHAMBRE,  Lond.,  a  cock,  gu.,  holding  three 
wheat-ears,  or.  see  plate  94 

CHAMBRE,  Eng.,  a  rose-branch,  ppr.         30.  3 

CHAMOND,  Cornw.,  a  lion,  sejant.  38.  13 

CHAMOND,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  ppr.,  a  fleur-de- 
lis,  gu.,  between  wings.  144.  9 

CHAMP,  a  stag,  ppr.  81.   10 

CHAMPAGNE,  Eng.,  a  cluster  of  grapes,  slipped 
and  leaved,  vert.  30.  9 

CHAMPAYN,  Sco.,  a  bear's  head,  couped,  sa. 

comp.  28.  2 

CHAMPERNON,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  ar.,  seme"e 
of  roundles,  sa.,  ducally  crowned,  or.  44.  5 

CHAMPERNONNE,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  an 
ostrich,  rising,  in  mouth  a  horse-shoe,  all 
ppr.  1 08.  10 

CHAMPEROUN,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand,  a  rose- 
branch,  ppr.  152.  8 

CHAMPION,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
ppr.,  in  gauntlet  a  chaplet  of  laurel,  vert. 

143.  6 

CHAMPION,  an  arm,  vested,  gu.,  in  hand  a  rose- 
branch,  ppr.  comp.  152.  8  and  12 

CHAMPION,  a  turkey-cock,  ppr.  116.  5 

CHAMPION,  Lond.,  a  leopard's  head,  erased, 
gardant,  or,  ducally  gorged,  sa.  Praedarius 
quo  difficilius.  10.  5 

CHAMPION,  Lond.,  a  winged  spur,  ppr.    Speed. 

62.  5 

CHAMPNEY,  Lond.,  a  leopard's  head,  erased, 
gardant,  or,  ducally  gorged,  sa.  10.  5 

CHAMPNEY,  Eng.,  a  lion's  gamb,  erased,  sup- 
porting a  torteau,  gu.  45.  I 

CHAMPNEYS,  and  CHAMPNEIS,  Eng.,  a  demi- 
man,  wreathed,  waistcoat,  gu.,  sleeves,  or, 
cuffs,  gold,  in  dexter  a  gem-ring.  122.  8 

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.  (2.)  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.  44.  1 1 

CHANCELOR,  or  CHANCELLOR,  Sco.,  an  eagle, 
displayed,  sa.  Queje  surmontc.  95.  13 

CHANCEY,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
griffin's  head,  gu.,  charged  with  a  pale,  az., 
between  wings,  displayed.  100.  3 

CHANDEW,  a  pelican's  nest,  with  three  young 
birds,  ppr.  97.  I 

CHANDLER,  Lond.,  a  bull's  head,  sa.,  attired, 
ar.  see  plate  14 

CHANDLER,   a  pelican,  sa.,  in  nest,  vert. 

97.  2 


CHA 


CHA 


CHANDOIS,  and  CHANDOS,  Eng.,  a  stag's  head, 
gu.,  between  horns  a  cross  pattee,  az. 

comp.  83.  4 

CHANDOS,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
dragon's  head,  sa.  90.  12 

CHANDOS,  Herts.,  an  old  man's  head,  in  pro- 
file, ppr.,  hair  gray,  wreathed.  131.  15 

CHANNY,  Herts.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a 
demi-eagle,  displayed,  or.  101.  2. 

CHANNSY,  or  CHANSEY,  a  griffin's  head,  erased, 
in  beak  a  key.  87.  8 

CHANTRELL,  a  tower,  ar.,  in  portal  a  boar's 
head,  sa.  see  plate  2 1 

CHANTRY,  Eng.,  a  lion,  rampant,  gu.,  support- 
ing a  pillar,  sa.  see  plate  40 

CHAPE,  or  CHAPPE,  Norf.,  in  dexter  hand, 
gauntleted,  a  pheon,  point  upward,  ppr. 

133-  2 

CHAPLAIN,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  murally 
gorged. 

CHAPLIN  of  Coliston,  Sco.,  a  griffin's  head, 
erased,  gu.  Labor  omnia  vincit.  88.  7 

CHAPLIN  of  Blankney  and  Tathwell,  Line.,  a 
griffin's  head,  erased,  or,  murally  gorged, 
vert.  see  plate  88 

CHAPLIN,  Lond.  and  Hants.,  a  griffin's  head, 
erased,  ar.,  ducally  gorged,  or.  comp.  87.  3 

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.  141.  6 

CHAPMAN,  Middx.,  a  dexter  arm,  in  armour, 
embowed,  in  hand  a  broken  tilting- spear, 
ppr.,enfiled  with  a  chaplet,  vert.  comp.  141.  6 

CHAPMAN,  Line.,  a  fleur-de-lis,  or,  between  two 
olive  branches,  vert.  comp.  142.  14 

CHAPMAN,  a  dragon's  head,  couped,  vert,  the 
butt  of  broken  spear  thrust  through  neck, 
point  in  mouth,  ppr.  comp.  90.  8 

CHAPMAN,  Lond.  and  Yorks.,  a  buck's  head, 
per  cheveron,  ar.  and  gu.  84.  10 

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.  64.  5 

CHAPMAN,  Somers.,  a  buck's  head,  cabossed, 
sa.,  attired,  or,  between  attires  two  arrows, 
in  saltier,  of  the  last,  feathered,  ar.  84.  I 

CHAPMAN,  Iri.,  out  of  a  cloud,  in  hand,  erect, 
a  sword,  wavy,  all  ppr.  153.  6 

CHAPMAN,  Sco.,  a  hawk,  regardant,  ppr.,  in 
dexter  a  garland  of  laurel.  51.  12 

CHAPMAN,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  sword,  in  pale, 
thrust  through  a  boar's  head,  erased,  ppr. 

148.   II 

CHAPMAN,  Lond.,  out  of  a  crescent,  a  uni- 
corn's head,  maned,  horned,  and  gutte'e, 
gold.  see  plate  70 

CHAPPEACE,  an  eagle,  close,  ppr.  98.  13. 

CHAPPELL,  Lond.,  an  arm,  vested,  in  hand  a 
viper,  ppr.  146.  IO 

CHAPPES,  Eng.,  in' hand,  gauntleted,  a  pheon, 
point  upward,  ppr.  133.  2 

CHAPPLE,  on  stump  of  a  tree,  couped,  a  falcon, 
hooded,  ppr.  105.  5 

CHAPPLE,  Lond.,  on  stump  of  a  tree  a  falcon, 
hooded,  ppr.  Viresco.  105.  5 

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  99 


CHARDIN,  Leic.,  a  lion,  rampant.  41.   12 

CHARDIN,  Eng.,  a  dove,  ppr.  •     112.  n 

CHARINGWORTH,  Eng.,  a  naked  arm,  embowed, 
in  hand  a  cutlass,  ppr.  146.  4 

CHARLEMONT,  Earl  of  (Caulfield),  Iri.,  a  dra- 
gon's head,  erased,  gu.,  gorged  with  a  bar- 
gemelle,  ar.  Deo  duce,  ferro  comitante. 

89-  5 

CHARLES,  Devons.,  a  demi-eagle,  displayed 
with  two  heads.  see  plate  96 

CHARLES,  Lond.,  a  demi-wolf,  erm.,  holding  a 
halberd,  ar.,  tasselled,  or.  comp.  56.  8 

CHARLESWORTH,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a 
cock's  head,  ppr.  .  94.  8 

CHARLETON,  or  CHARLTON,  Eng.,  a  leopard's 
head,  or.  10.  12 

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  3 

CHARLEWOOD,  or  CHARLWOOD,  Eng.,  a  Sara- 
cen's head,  ppr.  123.  14 

CHARLEWOOD,  an  arrow,  in  pale,  enfiled  with 
a  ducal  coronet,  all  ppr.  138.  9 

CHARLEY  of  Lisburn,  Iri.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu., 
turned  up,  erm.,  a  falcon's  head,  erased, 
ppr.  Justus  esto  et  non  metu.  98.  8 

CHARLEY,  and  CHARNLEY,  a  griffin,  passant  in 
dexter  a  buckle.  87.  14 

CHARLTON,  Ess.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
demi-eagle,  displayed,  sa.,  in  beak  a  heart's- 
ease  flower,  ppr.  comp.  101.  2 

CHARLTON,  Oxon.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or, 
a  unicorn's  head,  sa.,  crined,  ar.,  horn 
twisted.  70.  I 

CHARLTON,  a  leopard's  head,  cabossed.     47.  2 

CHARLTON,  Northumb.  and  Salop,  two  lions 
gambs,  erect,  gu.  comp.  45.  4 

CHARLTON,  Heref .,  a  lion's  face,  affrontde,  gu. 
Sans  varier.  47-4 

CHARLTON,  Suss.,  an  arm,  embowed,  vested, 
gu.,  cuffed,  erm.,  in  hand  a  broad  arrow, 
ppr.  comp.  157.  7 

CHARLTON  of  Hesleyside,  Northumb.,  a  demi- 
lion,  rampant.  Sans  varier.  44.  14 

CHARLTON,  LECHMERE-,  of  Ludford,  Heref. : 
(l.)  For  Ckarlton,  a  leopard's  head,  cabossed, 
gu.  47.  2.  (2.)  For  Lechmcre,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  a  pelican,  vtilning,  ppr.  see  plate  97 

CHARLTON,  on  a  chapeau,  a  leopard,  statant, 
ppr.  9.  12 

CHARNELL,  Warw.  and  Leic.,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  or,  a  demi-eagle,  displayed.  101.  2 

CHARNELL,  a  peacock,  close,  or.  117.  10 

CHARNEY,  Eng.,  on  a  rock,  a  dove,  with  olive- 
branch,  ppr.  1 06.  3 

CHARNOCK,  Lane.,  a  dove,  ppr.  112.  II 

CHARNOCK,  Beds.,  a  lapwing,  ppr.         112.  14 

CHARPENTIER,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand  a  fleur-de- 
lis,  gu.  133.  5 

CHARRINGTON,  Eng.,  out  of  a  cloud,  a  hand 
pointing  to  a  star,  all  ppr.  159.  8 

CHARTER,  an  ass,  passant,  ppr.  20.  14 

CHARTERIS.     See  WEMYSS,  Earl  of. 

CHARTERIS,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand  a  dagger, 
ppr.  This  is  our  chart.  127.  7 

CHARTERIS,  CHARTERS,  and  CHARTRES,  Eng., 
a  demi-cat,  rampant,  gardant,  ppr.  62.  10 

CHARTNAY,  or  CHARTNEY,  Eng.,  two  arms,  in 
armour,  embowed,  wielding  a  battle-axe, 
ppr.  157.  3 


CHA 

CHARTSEY,  Eng.,  a  dexter  arm,  embowed, 
holding  up  two  olive-branches,  in  orle,  ppr. 

123.  7 

CHARTSEY,  a  wolf,  passant,  sa.,  devouring  a 
fish,  ppr.  comp.  19.  II 

CHASE,  Eng.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  in  beak 

,  o.-       o 

a  key.  07.  Q 

CHASE,  Herts.,  a  lion,  rampant,  sa.,  between 
paws  a  cross  flory,  or.  comp.  40.  8 

CHASSEREAU,  a  demi-chevalier,  in  armour, 
brandishing  a  sword,  ppr.  127.  10 

CHASTELIN,  Eng.,  a  fleur-de-lis,  or.        142.   13 

CHASTELON,  on  the  point  of  a  sword,  a  maunch. 

128.  9 

CHATER,  a  derni-lion,  double  queued,  ppr. 

46.   12 

CHATER,  Yorks.,  an  ass,  passant,  ppr.     20.  14 

CHATFIELD.,  a  demi-moor,  with  a  quiver  on 
back,  shooting  an  arrow,  all  ppr.  125.  5 

CHATFIELD,  or  CHATFEILD,  Suss.,  an  antelope's 
head,  erased,  ar.,  horned,  and  ducally  gorged, 
gu.  Che  sara  sara.  see  plate  82 

CHATFIELD,  an  heraldic  antelope's  head,  erased, 
ar.,  ducally  gorged,  or.  comp.  64.  5 

CHATTERTON,  Bart.,  Iri.,  an  antelope's  head, 
erased,  ar.,  pierced  through  back  of  neck  by 
an  arrow,  ppr.  Loyal  a  mort.  see  plate  82 

CHATTERTON,  Cambs.,  a  demi-griffin,  gu., 
beaked,  legged,  and  winged,  or.  86.  13 

CHATTING,  Eng.,  a  human  heart,  gu.,  trans- 
pierced by  a  sword,  in  bend  sinister,  point 
downward,  ppr.  145.  i 

CHATTOCK,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand  a  lion's  paw, 
ppr.  141.  7 

CHAUCER,  two  lions'  gambs,  ar.  and  gu.,  sup- 
porting a  shield.  67.  1 1 

CHAUCER,  CHAUSER,  and  CHAWCER,  Eng.,  a 
tortoise,  passant,  ppr.  27.  6 

CHAUMOND,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  ppr.,  a  fleur- 
de-lis,  az.,  between  wings.  144.  9 

CHAUNCEY,  a  savage's  arm,  embowed,  in  hand 
a  club,  ppr.  149.  7 

CHAUNCEY,  a  dexter  hand,  striking  with  a  dag- 
ger, ppr.  127.  7 

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.  100.  3 

CHAUSTER,  stag's  horns,  ppr.  83.  7 

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»  100.  3 

CHAWNER,  Eng.,  an  ermine,  passant,  ppr.    33.  i 

CHAWNER  of  Newton  Manor  House,  Hants.,  a 
sea- wolf's  head,  erased,  sa.  Nil  desperan- 
dum.  64.  6 

CHAWORTH,  a  tower,  ppr.,  on  top  five  ostrich- 
feathers,  ar.  see  plate  22 

CHAWORTH,  a  tower,  ppr.,  on  top  seven  ostrich- 
feathers,  ar.  see  plate  22 

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.  142.  1 1 

CHAYTOR,  Bart.,  Yorks.,  a  stag's  head,  erased, 
lozengy,  ar.  and  az.,  dexter  horn,  of  the  first, 
sinister,  of  the  second.  Fortune  le  veut.  83.13 


86  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.  83.  13. 
(2.)  For  Clerveaux,  an  eagle,  displayed. 
95.  13.  (3.)  A  heron,  ppr.  115.  2 

CHEALES,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  or,  ducally 
crowned,  ar.  see  plate  102 

CHEAP,  Sco.,  a  garb,  or,  banded,  vert.     12.   13 

CHEDDER,  and  CHEDER,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau, 
gu.,  turned  up,  ar.,  a  lion,  passant,  gardant, 
az.,  ducally  crowned,  ppr.  37.  9 

CHED WORTH,  Devons.,  a  wolf's  head,  sa.,  col- 
lared, or.  1 6.  7 

CHEDWORTH,  Devons.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant, 
gardant,  az  ,  in  dexter  a  battle-axe,  ppr. 

43-  14 

CHEEKE,on  a  chapeau,  a  lion,  passant,  ppr.  37.  8 
CHEEKE,  Somers.  and  Suff.,  a  sword,  in  pale, 

ensigned  with  a  cross  pattee.  90.  I 

CHEEKE,  Suff.,  out  of  a  naval  coronet,  or,  a 

demi-mermaid,  ppr.  122.  2 

CHEESE,  Eng.,  a  talbot,  passant,  az.,  collared, 

or.  61.  8 

CHEESE,  a  talbot,  passant.  61.7 

CHEESE  of  Huntington  Court,  Heref.,  a  lion's 

head,  erased,  or.  Omnia  fert  cetas.  .47.  13 
CHEESEMAN,  and  CHESMAN,  Eng.,  in  dexter 

hand  holding  a  royal  crown,  ppr.  151.  14 
CHEFFIELD,  Ruts.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  couped, 

resting  on  elbow,  in  hand  a  sword,  all  ppr. 

I25-  9 

CHEIN,  and  CHEINE,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  two 
lions  supporting  a  garb,  ppr.  40.  3 

CHEIN,  and  CHEINE,  Sco.,  a  cross  pattee,  fitched, 
ar.  Patientia  vincit.  5°-  2 

CHEISLY,  or  CHESLY,  Sco.,  a  rose,  ppr.  slipped 
and  leaved,  vert.  Fragrat  post  funera 
virtus.  30.  8 

CHELLEY,  Eng.,  a  leg,  in  armour,  couped  be- 
low knee,  and  spurred,  all  ppr.  138.  4 
CHELMSFORD,  Baron,  a  cornucopia,  in  fess,  the 
horn,  or,  fruit,  ppr.,  thereon  a  dove,  in  mouth 
a  sprig  of  laurel,  ppr.     Spes  etfortuna. 

comp.  30.  13  and  106.  9 
CHELSUM,  a  garb,  or.  12.  13 

CHELSUM,  Eng.,  a  greyhound,  current,  ar.  17.  8 
CHELTENHAM,  a  demi-eagle,  displayed,  ppr. 

IO2.    12 

CHEMERE,  a  peer's  helmet,  or.  131.  3 

CHENELL,   Eng.,   an    arm,   ppr.,   vested,    sa., 

cuffed,  or,  in  hand  a  covered  cup,  ar.  67.  12 
CHENEY,  Eng.,  two  bulls'  horns,  ar.  15.  3 
CHENEY  of  Badger  Hall,  Salop,  a  bull's  scalp, 

ar.     Fato  prudentia  major.  15.  3 

CHENY,  a  demi-lion,  ar.,  holding  a  gem  ring, 

or,  enriched  with  a  precious  stone,  ppr. 

see  plate  42 

CHEOKE,  a  bird's  head,  sa.  102.  9 

CHEPSTOW,   Eng.,    an    arm,    vambraced,    az., 

studded  and  garnished,  or,  in  hand  a  sword, 

ppr.  140.   13 

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. 

61.   12 
CHERLEY,  Eng.,  a  cross  patonce,  between  two 

stalks  of  wheat,  or,  leaved,  ppr.  2.    1 1 

CHERNOCK,  a  martlet,  sa.  119.  4 

CHERWOOD,  Eng.,  a  unicorn's  head,  or,  between 

two  laurel  branches,  vert.  71.   8 


CHE 

CHESBBOUGH,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gu.,  be- 
tween paws  a  cross  patted,  or.  see  plate  46 

CHESELDON,  and  CHESELDYNE,  Ruts.,  a  talbot, 
couchant,  ar.,  spotted,  sa.  60.  14 

CHESELDON,  and  CHESELDYNE,  Ruts.,  a  talbot, 
passant,  ar.,  spotted,  sa.,  collared  and  lined, 
or.  61.  12 

CHESHAM,  Lane.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a 
lion's  gamb,  erect,  or.  52.  5 

CHESHAM,  Lane.,  a  falcon,  wings  expanded, 
ppr.  100.  13 

CHESHIRE,  a  talbot,  sejant,  supporting  with 
paws  a  shield,  charged  with  a  garb, 

comp.  61.  10 

CHESHIRE,  or  CHESSHYRE,  Eng.,  a  hawk's  lure, 
purp.  66.  13 

CHESLIE,  CHIESLY,  and  CHISLIE,  Sco.,  an  eagle, 
displayed,  ppr.  Credo  et  videbo.  95.  13 

CHESLIN,  Lond.,  a  tower,  ar.  22.   14 

CHESLIN,  Lond.,  a  fleur-de-lis,  ppr.       142.  13 

CHBSNEY,  a  man's  head,  bearded  and  wreathed, 
ppr.  131.  15 

CHESTER,  Bush  Hall,  Herts.,  a  demi-griffin, 
rampant,  erm.,  beak,  tongue,  talons,  and 
eyes,  ppr.  Vincit  qui  patitur.  86.  1 3 

CHESTER  of  Chichley  Hall,  Bucks.,  a  ram's 
head,  couped,  ar.,  attired,  or.  57-8 

CHESTER,  Glouc.,  in  lion's  gamb,  erased,  gu., 
a  broken  sword,  ar.,  hilted,  or.  50.  15 

CHESTER,  Bucks.,  a  ram's  head,  erased,  ar., 
armed,  or.  57-7 

CHESTER,  Leic.,  a  dragon,  passant,  ar.     89.  13 

CHESTER,  Ess.,  a  cutlass,  ar.,  hilt  and  pommel, 
or,  between  two  branches  of  laurel,  ppr. 

comp.  146.  7 

CHESTER,  Glouc.,  a  griffin,  passant.         87.   13 

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.  22.  3 

CHESTERFIELD,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  a  grey- 
hound, statant,  ppr.  17.  7 

CHESTERTON,  a  tiger's  head,  erased.          10.  6 

CHESTON,  Suff.,  in  dexter,  gauntleted,  in  fess, 
ppr.,  a  sword,  ar.,  hilt  and  pommel,  or,  on 
blade  a  Saracen's  head,  couped.  Ex  merito. 

121.    14 

CHETHAM,  Eng.,  in  the  sea,  a  rock,  ppr.     66.  7 

CHETHAM,  Suff.,  a  griffin,  passant,  regardant, 
ar.,  wings  addorsed,  or,  charged  with  a 
crescent,  gu.  comp.  77.  9 

CHETITOR,  Durh.,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  lozengy, 
ar.  and  az.,  dexter  horn,  ar.,  sinister,  az.  83.  1 3 

CHETTLE,  Eng.,  on  a  rock,  a  wyvern,  wings 
addorsed,  ppr.  91-4 

CHETUM,  Lane.,  a  demi-griffin,  gu.,  charged 
with  a  cross  potent,  az.  comp.  86.  13 

CHETWODE,  Bart.,  Bucks.,  out  of  a  ducal  coro- 
net, or,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gu.  Corona 
mca  Christus.  44.  13 

CHETWODE,  a  sea-lion,  sejant.  69.  2 

CHETWODE,  LUDFORD-,  Warw. :  (i.)  For  Chet- 
wode,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  demi-lion, 
rampant,  gu.  44.  13.  (2.)  For  Ludford,  a 
boar's  head,  couped,  erminois,  in  mouth  a 
cross  pattde,  gu.  see  plate  3 

CHETWYN,  Eng.,  a  human  heart,  pierced  with 
a  passion  nail,  ppr.  136.  9 

CHETWYND,  Viscount  (Chetwynd),  Iri.,  a  goat's 
head,  erased,  ar.,  armed,  or.  Probitas  verus 
tionos.  55'  2 

CHKTWYND,  Lond.  and  Staffs.,  a  goat's  head, 


87  CHI 

erased,  ar.,  armed,  or.     Quod  Deus  vuLtfiet. 

55-  2 

CHEUREUSE,  an  eagle,  displayed,  or,  winged, 
ar.  95.  13 

CHEVALIER,  Eng.,  a  demi-chevalier,  in  armour, 
brandishing  a  scimitar.  130.  14 

CHEVERELL,  and  CHEVERILL,  Eng.,  two  dexter 
hands,  conjoined,  holding  a  sword,  in  pale, 
all  ppr.  134.  9 

CHEVERS,  Eng.?  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
couped  at  shoulder,  part  above  elbow  in  fess, 
in  hand,  in  pale,  a  close  helmet,  ppr.  67.  13 

CHEVERTON,  Hants.,  out  of  a  castle,  triple- 
towered,  a  demi-lion,  all  ppr.  Invicta  labore. 

23-  5 
CHEVIL,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  in 

hand  a  sword,  all  ppr.  140.   13 

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  88 
CHEYN,  and  CHEYNE,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand  an 

escallop,  ppr.  158.  3 

CHEYNE,  Eng.  and  Sco.,  a   cross   pattee,  or. 

Patientia  vincit.  123.  5 

CHEYNE  of  Esselmont,  a  cross  pattee,  fitched, 

or.     Patientia  vincit.  50.  2 

CHEYNE  of  Straloch,  a  capuchin's  cap.     Fear 

God. 

CHEYNE,  a  buck's  head,  erased.  83.  13 

CHEYNE,  Sco.,  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched.     141.  14 
CHEYNEY,  Kent,  Beds.,  and  Berks.,  a  bull's 

scalp,  or,  attired,  ar.  15.  3 

CHEYNEY,  Cambs.,  a  cap,  or,  turned  up,  az.,  on 

each  side  a  feather  erect,  ppr.  155.  2 

CHEYNEY,  a  wolf,  passant,  vert,  ducally  gorged 

and  lined,  or.  comp.  19.   9  and  II 

CHEYNEY,  Bucks.,  a  bear's  head,  erased,  gu., 

chained,  ar.,  ringed,  or.  comp.  28.  2 

CHEYTER,  and  CHEYTOR,  Durh.,  a  bull's  head, 

erased,  attired.  15-6 

CHIBNALL,  a  wolf's  head,  ppr.  19.  5 

CHIBNALL,  Beds,  and  Northamp.,  a  dragon's 

head,  erased,  sa.,  ducally  gorged  and  lined, 

or.  89.  4 

CHICHELEY,  Cambs.,  a  tiger,  passant,  ar.    9.  13 
CHICHESTER  of  Hall,  Devons.,  a  heron,  rising, 

with  eel  in  mouth,  ppr.    Ferme  enfoy.  115.  13 
CHICHESTER,  Earl  of  (Pelham) :    (i.)  A  pea- 
cock, in  pride,  ar.     117.  i.     (2.)  A  buckle, 

ar.     Vincet  amor  patrice.  132.7 

CHICHESTER,  Bart.,  Devons.,  a  bittern,  rising, 

in  beak  an  eel,  ppr.  115.  13 

CHICHESTER,  Devons.  and  Dors.,  a  stork,  wings 

addorsed,  ppr.,  in  beak  a  snake,  vert.  115.  13 
CHICK,  Suss.,   a  demi-pegasus,   rampant,  sa., 

enfiled  round   body  with  a  ducal  coronet. 

Non  temere.  71.  9 

CHICKLEY,  Eng.,  a  demi-pegasus,  rampant,  sa., 

enfiled  round  body  with  a  ducal  coronet,  or. 

71.  9 

CHIEFLY,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  or.  47.  13 

CHIENE,  on  a  chapeau,  two  lions  supporting  a 

garb,  ppr.  40.  2 

CHIESLY,  Sco.,  a  rose,  gu.,  stalked,  vert.    Fra- 

grat  post  funera  virtus.  30.  8 

CHIESLY,  Sco.,  an  eagle,  displayed,  ppr.    Credo 

et  videbo.  95-   T 3 

CHILBORNE,  Ess.,  a  hawk's  head,  erased,  az., 

in  beak  a  ring,  or,  to  which  is  attached  an 

etoile,  gold.  comp.  103.  3 

CHILCOTE,  and  CHILCOTT,  Surr.,  out  of  a  ducal 


CHI 

coronet,  a  mount,  thereon  a  stag,  statant, 
gu.     Spero.  81.  3 

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.  99.  12 

CHILD,  Ess.,  a  leopard's  face,  or,  between  two 
laurel-branches,  ppr.  Spes  edit. 

comp.  10.   5  and  48.  10 

CHILD,  on  a  mount,  an  eagle,  rising,  in  mouth 
a  snake,  all  ppr.  comp.  100.  12 

CHILD,  Hants,  and  Salop,  an  eagle,  wings  ex- 
panded, ar.,  round  the  neck  a  snake  entwined, 
ppr.  Imitare  quam  invidere.  97.  13 

CHILD,  an  eagle,  wings  expanded,  erm.,  in 
beak  a  trefoil,  slipped,  vert.  comp.  98.  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.  97.  13 

CHILDERS,  Yorks.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  erect, 
ppr.,  in  hand  a  buckle,  az. 

CHILDERS,  WALBANKE-,  of  Cantley,  Yorks.,  in 
dexter  hand  a  round  buckle.  154.  4 

CHILDS,  an  eagle,  wings  expanded,  in  mouth 
a  serpent  coiled  round  body.  97.  13 

CHILMICK,  Salop,  a  lion,  sejant,  gardant,  or, 
supporting  with  dexter  an  escutcheon,  vert. 

see  plate  38 

CHILTON,  a  boar's  head,  couped  at  neck,  or,  in 
mouth  two  roses,  one  ar.,  the  other  gu., 
leaved  and  stalked,  ppr.  comp.  3.  8 

CHILTON,  Kent,  a  griffin,  passant,  sa.,  bezante'e, 
or.  87.  13 

CHILWORTH,  Devons. ,  a  boar's  head  and  neck, 
erased,  sa.,  ducally  gorged,  or.  4.  4 

CHINEY,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
in  gauntlet  a  sabre,  ppr.  121.  6 

CHINN,  Glouc.,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  grey- 
hound, sejant,  ar.  comp.  18.  I  and  13 

CHINNERY,  Bart.,  Iri.,  a  falcon,  rising  from  the 
top  of  a  bezant,  all  ppr.,  collared,  or.  Nee 
temere,  nee  timide.  see  plate  105 

CHIPCHASE,  or  CHIPEHASE,  Eng.,  a  demi-eagle, 
in  dexter  a  laurel-branch,  ppr.  98.  6 

CHIPMAN,  Somers.,  a  leopard,  sejant,  ar.,  mu- 
xally  crowned,  gu.  comp.  9.  10 

CHIPNAN,  Heref.,  a  dexter  and  sinister  arm 
shooting  an  arrow,  ppr.  147.  13 

CHIPPENDALE,  in  lion's  gamb,  erect,  ar.,  a 
fleur-de-lis,  or.  see  plate  50 

CHIPPENDALL,  Lond.,  in  lion's  gamb,  erased, 
a  fleur-de-lis,  or.  Firmor  ad  falem. 

CHIPPERPIELD,  Lond.,  an  eagle,  displayed,  gu. 
Spernit  pericula  virtus.  95.  13 

CHIRBROND,  Eng.,  a  winged  heart,  ppr.  52. 1 1 

CHIRNSIDK,  Sco.,  a  hawk,  wings  expanded,  ppr. 

100.   13 

CHISALME,  Sco.,  a  boar's  head,  erased,  ppr. 

IS-  5 

CHISELDINE,  a  talbot,  couchant,  ar.,  spotted, 
sa.,  eared  and  collared,  gu.,  chained,  or,  end 
of  chain  in  a  bow-knot,  gold.  comp.  60.  14 

CHISENAL,  and  CHISENHALL,  Lane.,  a  griffin, 
segreant,  gu.  86.  10 

CHISHOLM,  Eng.  and  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand  a 
sword,  erect,  ppr.,  on  point  a  boar's  head, 
couped,  gu.  Vi  et  arte.  148.  n 

CHISHOLM,  The,  of  Erchless  Castle,  Inverness, 
in  dexter  hand  a  dagger,  erect,  ppr.,  on  point 
a  boar's  head,  couped,  gu.  Ferosferio. 

148.   ii 


88  CUB 


CHISHOLME,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a 

dragon's  head,  wings  addorsed.  90.    12 

CHISHOLME,  Sco.,  a  boar's  head,  erased.    1 5.  5 

CHISHOLME,  Sco.,  of  Comer,  in  dexter  hand  a 

dagger,  in  pale,  ppr.      Vi  et  virtute.    122.  12 

CHISWELL,  Lond.,  a  mermaid,  ppr.  32.   5 

CHISWELL,  Lond.,  a  dove  with   olive-branch, 

ppr.,  on  a  bezant.  see  plate  106 

CHITTOCK,  a  demi-stag,  ppr.,  attired,  or.  79.  13 

CHITTOCK,  Eng.,  an  antelope,  trippant,  ppr. 

82.    14 

CHITTY,  Lond.,  a  talbot's  head,  couped,  or.  61.  3 
CHITWOOD,  Eng.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  crow,  sa. 

IH-  3 

CHITWYNDE,  a  sword,  in  pale,  ppr.,  on  point  a 
boar's  head,  erased.  3.  12 

CHIVERS,  a  comet  star,  tail  towards  sinister, 
ppr.  7.  6 

CHOARE,  on  top  of  a  tower,  ar.,  port,  sa.,  a  row 
of  five  feathers,  or.  see  plate  22 

CHOISEUL,  Iri.,  a  dexter  and  sinister  hand 
supporting  a  two-edged  sword,  in  pale,  all 
ppr.  159.  9 

CHOKE,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  demi-stork, 
ppr.  see  plate  115 

CHOKE,  Berks.,  a  stork's  head,  ppr.,  beaked, 
gu.  116.  3 

CHOLMELEY,  Bart.,  Line.,  a  garb,  or.       12.   13 

CHOLMELEY,  and  CHOLMONDLEY,  Eng.,  a  demi- 
griffin,  segreant,  sa.,  winged  and  beaked,  or, 
in  claws  a  helmet,  ppr.  86.  8 

CHOLMELEY,  a  royal  helmet,  ar.  (another,  or). 

140.  3 

CHOLMLEY  of  Whitby,  Yorks.,  a  demi-griffin, 
segreant,  sa.,  beaked,  or,  in  dexter  a  helmet, 
ar.  86.  8 

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  91 

CHOLMONDELEY,  Yorks.,  a  garb,  or.         12.  13 

CHOLMONLY,  Lond.,  a  helmet,  ar.,  garnished, 

or,  charged  with  three  torteaux,  one  and  two. 

comp.  66.   14 

CHOLWELL,  a  leopard's  face,  az.  47.  2 

CHOLWICH,  and  CHOLWICK,  a  lion's  gamb,  sa., 
supporting  an  ancient  shield,  or.  45.  2 

CHOLWICH,  and  CHOLWICK,  a  fox's  head,  couped, 
sa.  1 6.  3 

CHOLWILL,  or  CHOLVILLE,  Devons.,  a  linnet, 
ppr.  112.  14 

CHOOKE,  an  ibex's  head,  erased,  ar.,  gorged 
with  a  crown,  gu.,  double-horned,  or. 

comp.  55.  3 

CHOPINGE,  Lond.,  a  tree,  vert,  fructed,  or, 
stem,  ar.,  gu.,  on  sinister  side  of  stem  a 
woodpecker,  ppr.  26.  2 

CHORLEY,  Lane,  and  Staffs.,  on  a  chapeau, 
gu.,  turned  up,  erm.,  a  hawk's  head,  erased, 
ar.  98.  8 

CHOUGH,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  sa.,  collared, 
ar.,  in  paws  a  halberd,  in  pale,  or. 

see  plate  42 

CHOWNE,  Kent,  in  gauntlet,  ar.,  a  broad  ar- 
row, sa.,  feathered,  of  the  first,  comp.  157.  7 

CHRIGHTON,  or  CRIGHTON,  a  dragon's  head, 
vomiting  fire,  ppr.  90.  6 

CHRISOPE,  an  antelope,  passant,  ppr.,  collared 
and  chained,  or.  comp.  82.  10 


CHR 

CHRISOPE,  Eng.,  a  bear's  head,  muzzled.  20.  6 

CHRISTALL,  Sco.,  a  fir-tree,  ppr.     Per  auyusta 

ad  augusta.  26.  3 

CHRISTIAN,  Iri. ,  a  lion,  couchant,  gardant,  ppr. 

39-  13 

CHRISTIAN,  a  unicorn's  head,  erased,  ar., 
maned  and  armed,  or.  70.  5 

CHRISTIAN,  Eng.,  a  lion,  sejant,  gardant,  on 
its  hind  legs,  in  dexter  a  cross,  resting  sini- 
ster on  a  pyramid,  sa.  38.  7 

CHRISTIAN,  the  figure  of  Hope,  ppr.,  robed,  ar., 
leaning  on  an  anchor,  or.  comp.  139.  IO 

CHRISTIAN,    a   greyhound,    current,   ppr. 

17.    8 

CHRISTIAN,  out  of  a  naval  coronet,  a  unicorn's 
head.  see  plate  70 

CHRISTIAN  of  Ewanrigg,  Cumb.,  a  unicorn's 
head,  erased,  ar.,  armed,  and  gorged  with  a 
collar,  invecked,  or.  Solus  per  Christum. 

70.  6 

CHRISTIE,  a  cross  Calvary,  on  three  grieces,  gu. 
Sit  vita  nomini  congrua.  137.  4 

CHRISTIE  of  Craigton,  a  holly-branch,  withered, 
with  leaves  sprouting  anew,  ppr.  Sic  viresco. 

26.  8 

CHRISTIE,  Iri.,  out  of  an  earl's  coronet,  a  moor's 
head,  from  shoulders,  ppr.  1 29.  1 1 

CHRISTIE,  a  holly-slip,  leaved  and*  fructed,  ppr. 

29.   7 

CHRISTIE  of  Durie,  Fife,  in  dexter  hand  a  mis- 
sive letter,  ppr.  Pro  rege.  158.  7 

CHRISTIE,  a  laurel-branch,  ppr.  53-9 

CHRISTIE,  Sco.,  a  holly-bush,  ppr.     S-ic  viresco. 

54-  14 

CHRISTIE,  a  phoenix  in  flames,  ppr.        101.  10 

CHRISTMAS,  an  arm,  embowed,  ppr.,  vested, 
or,  covered  with  leaves,  vert,  supporting  a 
staff,  couped  and  raguly,  ar.  comp.  124.  14 

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.  70.  5 

CHRISTOPHER,  Lond.,  two  arms,  embowed, 
vested,  az.,  hands,  ppr.,  supporting  an  an- 
chor, sa.,  cable,  ar. 

CHRISTOPHER,  Eng.,  a  stag's  head,  cabossed, 
ppr.  84.  2 

CHRISTOPHERSON,  Suss.,  a  demi-eagle,  regard- 
ant, in  dexter  a  sword,  ppr.  Ardenter  pro- 
scquor  alls.  comp.  98.  14 

CHRYSTIE,  in  lion's  paw,  erased,  a  dagger, 
ppr.  45.  8 

CHUBBE,  a  demi-lion,  az.,  holding  a  bezant. 

43-   15 

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  4 

CHURCH,  Ess.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  ppr.,  gar- 
nished, or,  in  hand  a  baton,  gold.  153.  12 

CHURCH,  in  hand  a  sword,  erect,  between  two 
branches  of  laurel,  entwined  round  blade, 
all  ppr.  Virtute.  comp.  122.  2 

CHURCH,  Iri.,  a  talbot,  collared,  ppr.         61.  8 

CHURCH,  Eng.,  a  cloud,  ppr.  8.  7 


89  CLA 


CHURCH,  a  greyhound's  head,  erased,  sa.,  col- 
lared, or,  charged  with  eight  bezants,  ar. 

see  plate  18 

CHURCHAR,  Suss.,  a  tiger,  passant,  ar.,  maned 
and  tufted,  or.  9.  13 

CHURCHE,  Ess.,  a  demi-greyhound,  sa.,  collared, 
or,  charged  with  three  lozenges,  gy.,  holding 
a  trefoil,  of  the  second.  comp.  1 7.  2 

CHURCHE,  Salop,  a  greyhound's  head,  erm. , 
collared  and  ringed,  or.  18.  10 

CHURCHEY,  Wei.,  a  greyhound's  head,  erased, 
sa.,  collared,  or.  18.  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.  100.  3 

CHURCHILL,  Eng.,  a  savage's  head,  affronted, 
ducally  crowned,  ppr.  122.  5 

CHURCHILL,  Duke  of  Marlborough.  See  MARL- 
BOROUGH. 

CHURCHILL,  Surr.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
demi-lion,  rampant,  ar.  Dieu  defend  le 
droit.  44.  13 

CHURCHILL,  a  lion,  couchant,  gardant,  ar., 
holding  a  banner,  of  the  last,  charged  with 
a  hand,  erect,  gu.  comp.  39.  13 

CHURCHILL,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  demi- 
lion,  rampant,  ar.  44.  13 

CHURCHMAN,  Lond.,  on  a  garb,  in  fess,  or,  a 
cock,  ar.  94.  IO 

CHURCHMAN,  Salop,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or, 
a  demi-lion,  rampant,  ar.  44.  13 

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.  155.  7 

CHUTER,  in  dexter  hand  a  spur.  152.  9 

CHUTZ,  an  arm,  in  armour,  in  gauntlet  a  broken 
sword,  all  ppr.  comp.  155.  7 

CHYNER,  an  antelope's  head,  erased,  erm.  82.  7 

CIDDEROWE,  out  of  a  tower,  ar.,  a  demi-lion, 
rampant,  sa.  24.  6 

CIELY,  Cornw.,  a  tiger,  sejant,  ar.  9.  4 

CINSALLAGH,  Iri.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  ppr. 

47-   13 

CIPRIANI,  an  eagle,  displayed,  sa.,  crowned,  gu. 

comp.  95.  13 

CLABROCK,  Middx.  and  Kent,  out  of  a  ducal  co- 
ronet, or,  a  demi-ostrich,  ar.,  wings  displayed, 
erm.,  in  mouth  a  horse-shoe,  sa.  108.  IO 

CLACK,  Eng,  on  a  mount,  a  holy  lamb  and 
flag,  ppr.  55.  9 

CLACK,  Eng.,  an  old  man's  head,  couped  at 
shoulder,  vested,  gu.,  wreathed,  ar.  128.  14 

CLACK,  Heref.  and  Berks.,  a  demi-eagle,  or, 
winged,  erm.  101.  13 

CLAGETT,  Lond.,  Kent,  and  Surr.,  an  eagle's 
head,  erased,  erm.,  ducally  crowned,  or,  be- 
tween wings,  sa.  see  plate  IO2 

CLAGSTONE,  a  falcon,  rising,  ppr.  100.  13 

CLAMOND,  Cornw.,  a  griffin,  sejant,  or.  88.   13 

CLANBRASIL,  Baron.     See  RODEN,  Earl  of. 

CLANCARTY,  Earl  of  (Le  Poer-Trench) :  (i.) 
An  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  in  hand  a 
sword,  all  ppr.  140.  13.  (2.)  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  40. 


OLA 


90 


CLA 


(3.)  A  stag's  head,  cabossed,  ar.,  attired,  or, 
between  attires  a  crucifix.  ConsiLio  et  pru- 
dentid.  comp.  84.  2 

CLANCY,  Iri.,  and  CLANNT,  Durh.,  in  hand, 
gauntleted,  a  dagger,  in  pale,  on  point  a  wolf's 
head,  couped,  dropping  blood,  gu.  158.  10 

CLANDINEN,  Iri.,  a  demi-lion,  holding  a  mullet 
of  six  points.  see  plate  44 

CLANMORRIS,  Baron  (Bingham),  Iri.,  on  a  rock, 
an  eagle,  rising,  ppr.  Spes  mea  Christus. 

100.   12 

CLANRICARDE,  Marquess  of  (De  Burgh),  a 
mountain-cat,  sejant,  gardant,  ppr.,  collared 
and  chained,  or.  Une  roy,  une  foy,  une  loy. 

comp.  32.   2 

CLANWILLIAM,  Earl  of,  Iri.  (Meade),  an  eagle, 
displayed,  with  two  heads,  sa.,  armed,  or. 
Toujours  pret.  96.  13 

CLAPCOTT,  a  buck's  head,  couped,  sa.,  armed, 
or.  84.  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. 

126.  3 

CLAPHAM  of  Burley  Grange,  Yorks.,  a  lion, 
rampant.  Post  est  occasio  calva.  41.  12 

CLAPP,  Eng.,  a  pike,  naiant,  ppr.  6.  9 

CLAPPERTON,  Sco.,  a  talbot,  passant,  ar.  Fides 
prcestantior  auro.  61.  7 

CLAPTON,  Hants.,  a  dolphin,  erect,  head  down- 
wards, comp.  68.  5 

CLARE,  Earl  of  (Fitzgibbon),  a  boar,  passant, 
gu.,  bristled,  or,  charged  on  body  with  three 
annulets,  gold.  Nil  admirari.  comp.  4.  13 

CLARE,  Salop  and  Wore.,  a  stag's  head,  cabossed, 
ppr.  84.  2 

CLARENDON,  Earl  of  (Villiers),  a  lion,  ram- 
pant, ar.,  ducally  crowned,  or.  Fidei  coticula 
crux.  41.  4 

CLAREUX,  Yorks.,  a  chatter,  ppr.,  top  of  head, 
gu.  112.  10 

CLARGE,  a  ram's  head,  with  two  straight  and 
two  bent  horns,  or.  comp.  57.  8 

CLARGES,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  ram's  head, 
armed  with  four  horns,  or.  see  plate  57 

CLARIDGE,  Ess.,  an  eagle,  regardant.  Cum 
periculo  lucrum.  103.  4 

CLARINA,  Baron  (Massey),  Iri.,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  or,  a  bull's  head,  gu.,  armed,  sa. 
Pro  libertate  patrice.  14.  2 

CLARK,  Dowlais  House,  Merthyr  Tydvil,  a  lion, 
rampant,  supporting  a  shield,  gyronny  of 
eight.  Try  and  tryst.  42.  7 

CLARK,  Bucks,  and  Beds.,  a  goat,  ar.,  against 
a  tree,  ppr.  55.  5 

CLARK,  or  CLARKE,  Derbs.,  in  a  gem  ring,  or, 
set  with  a  diamond,  sa.,  a  pheon,  ar.  135.  4 

CLARK,  Eng.,  a  fox's  head,  gu.  16.  3 

CLARK,  Eng.  and  Sco.,  a  demi-huntsman,  wind- 
ing a  horn,  ppr.  Free  for  a  blast.  132.  14 

CLARK,  a  falcon,  rising.  100.   13 

CLARK,  in  hand  a  dagger,  in  bend  sinister.  127.7 

CLARK,  a  pheon,  ppr.  77.   13 

CLARK,  Iri.,  on  a  mural  coronet,  az.,  a  stag, 
sejant,  or.  80.  12 

CLARK,  a  demi-griffin,  ducally  gorged. 

comp.  86.   13 

CLARK,  a  talbot's  head,  couped,  or,  collared, 
az.,  charged  with  a  plate. 

CLARK,  a  talbot's  head,  erased,  or.  61.2 

CLARK,  Norf.,  an  eagle's  leg,  gu.,  joined  to  a 
wing,  or.  comp.  52.  4 


CLARK,  a  lion,  rampant,  supporting  an  oval 
shield.  42.  7 

CLARK,  Lond.,  a  cross  pattee,  or,  between  eagle's 
wings,  erect,  az.  Absit  at  glorier  nisi  in 
cruce.  94.  6 

CLARK,  a  griffin's  head,  erased.  88.  7 

CLARK,  STEWART,  Kilnside  Ho.,  Paisley,  an 
anchor,  cabled,  gu.  Sure  and  steadfast.  133.7 

CLARKE,  Bart.,  Notts.,  an  arm,  couped  near 
wrist,  ppr.,  in  hand  a  sword,  in  pale,  ar., 
hilted,  or.  122.  12 

CLARKE,  Bart.,  Durh.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 
or,  a  demi-lion,  az.  44.  13 

CLARKE,  Suff.,  an  elephant's  head,  quarterly, 
gu.  and  or.  24.  IO 

CLARKE,  Eng.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  or.  44.  14 

CLARKE,  Berks.,  a  cross  formee,  or,  between 
wings,  az.  94.  6 

CLARKE,  Lond.  and  Yorks.,  a  demi-lion,  ram- 
pant, or,  holding  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  az. 

46.  4 

CLARKE,  Lond.  and  Glouc.,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  or,  a  demi-lion,  ppr.  44.  13 

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  106 

CLARKE,  Bart.,  Iri.,  out  of  an  Eastern  crown, 
gu.,  a  demi-dragon,  wings  elevated,  or. 

comp.  91.   15 

CLARKE,  on  stump  of  tree,  a  lark,  wings  ex- 
panded, ppr.,  in  mouth  two  ears  of  wheat,  or. 

CLARKE,  Line.,  a  sinister  wing,  or.        '107.  14 

CLARKE  of  Handsworth,  Staffs.,  a  wing,  or. 

107.  14 

CLARKE  of  Hyde  Hall,  Chesh. :  (i.)  A  pheon, 
ppr.  77.  13.  (2.)  An  eagle,  wings  ex- 
panded, sa.,  beaked  and  membered,  or. 

100.  14 

CLAEKE,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  a  demi-lion, 
rampant,  holding  a  pennon,  gu.  46.  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.  5.  I 

CLARKE  of  Arlington,  Berks.,  a  cross  pattee, 
or,  between  eagles'  wings,  erect,  az.  Absit 
ut  glorier  nisi  in  cruce.  94.  6 

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  28 

CLARKE,  Kent  and  Ess.,  a  greyhound's  head, 
couped,  or,  charged  with  a  cinquefoil,  az. 

see  plate  20 

CLARKE,  Kent,  a  xinicorn's  head,  erased,  ar., 
crined  and  armed,  or,  gorged  with  a  collar, 
gu.,  charged  with  three  plates.  70.  6 

CLARKE,  Suff.,  a  nag's  head,  erased,  sa.    72.   I 

CLARKE,  Kent,  a  fleur-de-lis.  142.   13 

CLARKE,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  demi-bull, 
rampant.  see  plate  14 

CLARKE,  Iri.,  a  sea-horse,  vert.  69.  6 

CLARKE,  Heref.,  a  lion,  rampant,  vert,  holding 
a  pen,  ar.  comp.  44.  14 

CLARKE,  an  eagle,  wings  expanded,  sa.,  beaked 
and  membered,  or.  100.  14 

CLARKE,  Berks.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a 
dragon's  head.  Prolegibustt  reyibus.  90.  12 


CLA  S 

CLARKE,  Durh.  and  Iri.,  a  swan,  ppr.,  dexter 

on  an  ogress.  see  plate  75 

CLARKE,  a  dove,  wings  expanded,  in  mouth  an 

ear  of  wheat,  all  ppr.  comp.  106.   II  and  13 

CLARKSON,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  in 

hand  a  couteau-sword,  all  ppr.     Per  ardua. 

121.   6 

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.  125.  9 
CLASON,  and  CLASSON,  Sco.,  a  rose-branch,  ppr. 

30-  3 

CLATER,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand  a  crescent.  132.  15 
CLAUDE,  Eng.,  a  demi-unicorn,  rampant,  col- 
lared, ppr.  70.   7 
CLAUS,  Eng.,  on  point  of  a  sword,  in  pale,  a 
cross  pattee.  90.   i 
CLAVEDON,  Eng.,  a  pelican,  vulning,  ppr.  97.  7 
CLAVEL,  and  CLAVELL,  Eng.,  a  human  heart, 
in  flames,  ppr.                                           120.  5 
CLAVER,  Bucks.,  in  lion's  gamb,  erect,  or,  a 
key,  sa.  48.   I 
CLAVERING  of    Callaly  Castle,  Northumb.,  a 
man's  head,  affrontee,  couped  at  shoulders, 
between  wings,  ppr.     Ad  ccelos  volans. 

comp.  130.   13 

CLAVERING,  Bart.,  Durh.,  out  of*  a  ducal  coro- 
net, or,  a  demi-lion,  az.  44.    13 
CLAVERING,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  demi- 
lion,  rampant,  sa.  44.  13 
CLAVERING,  Northumb.,  a  cherub's  head,  wings 
erect.     Ad  ccelos  volans.                       130.    10 
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  80 

CLAXTON,  Eng.,  a  hedgehog,  ar.  33.  2 

CLAXTON,  Durh.,   on   a  ducal   coronet,   or,   a 

hedgehog,  ar.  33.  6 

CLAY,  CLAYE,  and  CLEY,  Derbs.,  two  wings, 

expanded,  ar.,  semee  of  trefoils,  slipped,  sa. 

109.   12 

CLAY,  or  CLAYE,  Lond.  and  Salop,  a  lion's  head, 
charged  with  an  escallop,  ar.         see  plate  47 
CLAYDAN,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  brandish- 
ing a  sword,  ppr.     Probitatem  quam  divitias. 

140.   13 

CLAYDON,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  az.,  vulned 
on  shoulder,  gu.,  murally  crowned,  ar.,  in 
paws  a  cross  flory,  fitched,  of  the  second. 

see  plate  44 
YFIELD,  Eng.,  a  moor's  head,  couped,  sa. 

123.   14 

CLAYHILLS,  Sco.,  in  hand  an  imperial  crown, 
ppr.  Corde  et  animo.  151.  14 

CLAYLEY,  a  greyhound's  head,  ar. ,  between  two 
rose  slips,  flowered,  gu.,  stalked  and  leaved, 
vert.  18.  2 

CLAYTON,  Bart.,  Surr.,  in  leopard's  paw,  erect, 
ar.,  a  pellet.  Virtus  in  actione  consistit — 
and — Quid  leone  fortius  ?  45.  I 

CLAYTON,  Bart.,  Lane.,  a  dexter  arm,  embowed, 
in  hand  a  dagger,  ppr.  Probitatem  quam 
divitias.  154.  6 

CLAYTON,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  in 
hand  a  sword,  point  downward,  ppr.  159.  4 
CLAYTON  of  Hedgerley  Park,  Bucks.,  a  leo- 
pard's gamb,  erased  and  erect,  grasping  a 
pellet.  Virtus  in  actione  consistit — and — 
Quid  leone  fortius  ?  45.  i 


OLE 

CLAYTON  of  Enfield,  a  dove,  with  olive-branch, 

all  ppr.  Quod  sors,  fert,  ferimus.  1 06.  7 
CLAYTON,  Lond.,  in  a  lion's  gamb,  ppr.,  a  tor- 

teau,  sa.  45-   I 

CLAYTON,  Norf.,  a  unicorn,  couchant,  ar.,  under 

dexter  a  bezant. 
CLEALAND,   on  a  sinister  gauntlet,  in  fess,  a 

falcon,  all  ppr.  104.  5 

CLEATHER,  Cornw.,  a  cubit  arm,  vambraced,  in 

hand,  gauntleted,  erect,  a  dagger.  155.  7 
CLEATHER, a  sand-glass, gu.,  winged,  ar.  156.8 
CLEAVER,  an  arm,  erect,  vested,  ar.,  in  hand, 

ppr.,  a  chaplet  of  thorns,  vert. 
CLEAVER,  in  lion's  garnb,  couped,  or,   a  key, 

sa.  48.   I 

CLEAVLAND,   Eng.,   a  greyhound's  head,  sa., 

charged  with  three  bezants,  one  and  two,  or. 

20.  3 

CLEDEROW,  Lond.,  out  of  a  tower,  ar.,  a  demi- 
lion,  sa.  24.  6 
CLEEVE,  a  fox's  head,  erased,  sa.  16.  I 
CLEEVE,  Eng.,  in  hand  a  buckle.  154.  4 
CLEG,  or  CLEGG,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 

or,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  imperially  crowned, 

all  ppr.  see  plate  44 

CLEG  AT,  an  eagle's  head,  erm.,  ducally  crowned 

and  beaked,  or,  between  wings,  sa. 

comp.  1 02.   13 
CLEGHORN,   Eng.,   an   arm,  erect,   in  hand  a 

pair  of  scales,  equally  poised,  ppr.  144.  I 
CLEGHORN,  in  dexter  hand,  issuing  from  a 

cloud  in  sinister,  a  laurel-branch,  all  ppr. 

Insperata  floruit.  comp.  12.  5 

CLEGHORN,    an   arm,    in    armour,    embowed, 

throwing  a  dart,  ppr.     Sublime  petimus. 

157-  7 
CLEILAND,  or  CLEILLAND,  Sco.,  on  a  sinister 

hand,   couped  and  gloved,   ppr.,    a  falcon, 

statant.     For  sport.  104.   5 

CLELAND,  ROSE-,  of  Rath-Gael  House,  Iri.  : 

(i.)  For  Cleland,  on  a  sinister  glove,  a  hawk, 

ppr.     104.   14.     (2.)  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.  100.   13 

CLELAND,  on  a  sinister  hand,  gloved,  a  falcon, 

belled,  ppr.     Non  sibi.  104.   5 

CLELAND,  Eng.,  a  moor's  head,  sa.,  wreathed, 

ar.  131.   15 

CLELLAND,SCO.,  a  rose,  gu.,  leaved  and  stalked, 

vert.     Fragrat,  delectat,  et  sanat.  30.  8 

CLELLAND,  Sco.,  a  buck,  at  gaze,  ppr.     Ne  ca- 

dem  insidiis.  8 1.   10 

CLEMENT,  Norf.,  a  lion,  passant,  ar. ,  guttee-de- 

sang.  36.   I 

CLEMENT,  Iri.,  a  cross  moline,  or.  77.  9 

CLEMENTS  of  Ashfield   Lodge,    co.   Cavan,    a 

hawk,  statant,  ppr.  Patriis  virtutibus.   104.2 
CLEMENTS  of  Rathkenny,  Iri.,  same  crest. 
CLEMENTS,  Baron.     See  LEITRIM,  Earl  of. 
CLEMENTS,  Cavan,  a  fawn's  head,  erased,  ppr. 

63-  7 

CLEMENTS,  a  falcon,  close.  105.  14 

CLEMENTS,  Eng.,  a  leopard,  gardant,  ducally 

gorged,  or.  1 1 .  7 

CLEMENTS,  Iri.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  in 

lion's  paw,  sa.,  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  gold.. 

52.  2 

CLEMENTSON,  an  arm,  from  elbow,  ppr.,  vested 
in  hand  a  palm-branch,  of  the  first. 


OLE 

CLEMSBY,  Eng.,  a  tower,  ppr.  22.   14 

CLENCH,  or  CLENCHE,  Eng.,  a  reindeer's  head, 

cabossed,  ppr.  64.  2 

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.  84.  7 

CLENT,  Wore.,  two  lions'  gambs,   erect,    sa., 

holding  a  chaplet,  vert,  flowered,  or. 

comp.  52.  7 
CLEPAN,  and  CLEPHAN,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand  a 

helmet,  ppr.      Ut  sim  paratior.  126.  3 

CLEPOLE,  Notts., a  fleur-de-lis,  ar.,  enfiled  with 

a  ducal  coronet,  or.  142.   12 

CLERE,  Norf.,  the  sun,  or,  between  wings,  az., 

on  each  a  crescent,  of  the  first,      comp.  7.  3 
CLERE,  Norf.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 

plume  of  ostrich-feathers,  ar.  108.  5 

CLERE,  Norf.,  a  camel's  head,  ducally  gorged, 

ppr.,  bridled,  gu.  31.   6 

CLERK,   Bart.,   of  Penicuick,   Sco.,   a    demi- 

huntsman,  winding  a  horn,  ppr.     Free  for  a 


92  OIiI 


Uast. 


132.   14 


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.  143.  14 

CLERK,  around  a  spiked  club,  in  pale,  ppr.,  a 
serpent,  coiled,  vert. 

CLERKE,  Bart.,  Bucks.,  a 'ram's  head,  couped, 
ppr.  57.  8 

CLERKE,  on  a  partridge,  ppr.,  an  eagle's  leg, 
gu.,  winged  at  thigh,  or.  comp.  113.  15 

CLERKE,  a  pheon,  ar.  77-13 

CLERKE,  a  swan,  ppr.  75.  n 

CLERKE,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  ar.,  in  beak  a 
branch  of  laurel,  vert.  see  plate  102 

CLERKE,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  hand  an  arrow,  ar., 
feathered,  or.  157.  6 

CLERKE,  Eng.,  a  boar's  head,  gu.,  in  mouth  a 
sword,  in  bend,  ppr.  4.  3 

CLERKE,  out  of  a  naval  coronet,  or,  a  moor's 
head,  ppr.  comp.  123.  14  and  149.  13 

CLERKE,  out  of  clouds,  in  hand,  ar.,  a  branch, 
vert.  144.  13 

CLERKE,  JENNINGS,  Salop  and  Hants.,  a  wolf's 
head,  erased.  Ut  prosim  aliis.  19.  6 

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.  125.  II 

CLERMONT,  a  pole-cat,  ppr.  34.  2 

CLESBY,  Yorks.,  a  reindeer,  passant,  ppr. 

84.  8 

CLESBY,  Eng.,  an  ensign,  ppr.,  coat,  gu.,  hold- 
ing a  banner,  of  the  last.  132.  5 

CLETHEROW,and  CLYDEROWE,  a  Roman  soldier, 
in  armour,  ppr.,  holding  a  spear.  132.  8 

CLEVE,  a  griffin,  passant,  wings  addorsed, 
ducally  gorged,  or.  87.  2 

CLEVE,  and  CLIVE,  Lond.  and  Salop,  a  wolf's 
head,  dangette'e,  ar.  and  sa.  16.  7 

CLEVELAND,  Duke  of  (Vane):  (i.)  A  dexter 
gauntlet,  ppr.,  bossed  and  ringed,  or,  bran- 
dishing a  sword,  also  ppr.  140.  13.  (2.) 
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.  37.  10. 

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.  127.  5 

CLEVELAND,  Eng.,  a  bishop's  mitre,  ppr.    159.  3 

CLEVES,  two  elephants'  probosces,  addorsed, 
sa.  145.  7 

CLEVLAND  of  Tapeley  Park,  in  hand  a  sword, 
hilted  and  pommelled,  or.  Fortuna  audaces 
juvat.  159.  7 

CLEYPOLE,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  fleur- 
de-lis,  ar.  142.  12 

CLIFDEN,  Viscount,  Iri.  (Agar-Ellis),  a  demi- 
lion,  rampant,  or.  Non  hcec  sine  numine. 

44.   14 

CLIFF,  a  lion,  rampant,  ar.  41.  12 

CLIFFE,  a  griffin,  passant,  wings  addorsed,  ar., 
ducally  gorged,  or.  87.  2 

CLIFFE  of  Bellevue,  co.  Wexford,  a  wolf's 
head,  erased.  In  cruce  glorior.  19.  6 

CLIFFE,  Ess.  and  Devons.,  an  archer,  ppr., 
coat,  vert,  shooting  an  arrow,  of  the  first. 

137.    2 

CLIFFE,  CLYFF,  and  CLYFFE,  Eng.,  two  lions' 
paws,  in  saltier,  erased,  each  holding  a  seax, 
all  ppr.  52.  6 

CLIFFORD  of  Frampton,  Glouc.,  in  hand,  ppr., 
a  fleur-de-lis,  or.  Dulcis  amor  patrice. 

133-  5 

CLIFFORD  of  Perristone,  Heref.,  a  griffin, 
segreant,  sa.  Semper  paratus.  86.  i  o 

CLIFFORD  of  Annesley,  Wexford,  in  hand,  ppr., 
a  fleur-de-lis.  Dulcis  amor  patrice.  133.  5 

CLIFFORD,  Baron  (Clifford),  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  or,  a  wyvern,  rising,  gu.  Semper 
paratus.  90.  12 

CLIFFORD,  Eng.,  same  crest. 

CLIFFORD,  Glouc.,  in  dexter  hand,  a  fleur-de- 
lis.  Dulcis  amor  patrice.  133.  5 

CLIFFORD,  Iri.,  a  dexter  hand,  apaumee,  gu. 

153-  7 

CLIFFORD,  a  talbot's  head,  erased,  gu.,  eared, 
or.  61.  2 

CLIFFORD,  out  of  clouds,  the  sun  rising,  ppr., 
surmounted  by  a  fleur-de-lis,  ar.  comp.  7.  7 

CLIFFORD,  a  tiger,  passant,  gardant,  in  dexter, 
head  of  a  broken  spear.  see  plate  9 

CLIFTON,  Bart.,  Notts.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 
a  demi-peacock,  per  pale,  ar.  and  sa.,  wings 
expanded,  counterchanged.     Tenez  le  droit. 
comp.  117.  7 

CLIFTON,  •  Lane,  and  Yorks. ,  an  arm,  in  ar- 
mour, embo  wed,  ppr.,  garnished, or, in  gaunt- 
let, a  sword,  ar.  .  140.  13 

CLIFTON,  an  arm,  in  fess,  vested,  az.,  in  hand, 
ppr.,  a  hawk,  ar.  104.  5 

CLIFTON  of  Clifton,  a  dexter  arm  in  armour, 
embowed,  in  hand  a  sword,  ppr.  Mortem 
aut  triumphum.  140.  13 

CLIFTON,  Baron.     See  DARNLEY,  Earl. 

CLINCH,  or  CLYNCH,  on  a  hand,  couped,  in 
fess,  gauntleted,  an  eagle,  rising,  ppr.  99.  5 

CLINTON,  Baron  (Trefusis),  a  griffin,  segreant, 
or,  resting  dexter  on  a  shield,  ar.  Tout 
vient  de  Dieu.  see  plate  86 

CLINTON,  Lond.,  Herts.,   and  Sco.,  out  of  a 


OLI 

ducal  coronet;,  gu.,  five  ostrich-feathers,  ar., 
banded  by  a  ribbon,  az.  108.  5 

CLINTON,  DE,  "Eng.,  on  a  mount,  a  stag,  feed- 
ing, ppr.  79-6 

CLINTON,  Duke  of  Newcastle.    See  NEWCASTLE. 

CLIPSHAM,  Eng.,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  sa. 
Fortiter.  3.  9 

CLITHEROW,  out  of  a  tower,  ar.,  a  demi-lion, 
rampant,  sa.  24.  6 

CLIVE  of  Whitfield,  Heref.,  a  griffin,  passant, 
ar.,  ducally  gorged,  gu.  Audacter  et  sincere. 

87.    2 

CLIVE,  Lord  Olive,  Iri.,  same  crest  and  motto. 
CLIVE,  Eng.,  a  horse's  head,  sa.,  between  wings, 

ar.  72.  4 

CLIVE,  Baron.     See  Powis,  Earl. 
CLIVE,    Eng.,   a  griffin,   wings  addorsed,   ar., 

ducally  gorged,  or.  87.  2 

CLIVE,  Eng.,  in  hand  a  buckle,  or.  154.  4 

CLIVE,  a  grif  in,  passant,  wings  addorsed,  ar., 

ducally  gorged,  or.     Credo,  ama  et  regna. 

87.    2 

CLIVE,  a  boar's  head,  erased  at  neck,  sa.,  same 
motto.  15.  5 

CLOAKE,  Eng.,  out  of  a  plume  of  ostrich  feathers, 
an  eagle,  rising,  all  ppr.  101.  3 

CLOBERY,  Devons.,  a  goat's  head,  erased,  sa., 
attired,  or.  55.  2 

CLOCK,  or  CLOKE,  Eng. ,  a  demi-bear,  rampant, 
sa.  28.  4 

CLODK,  a  demi-lion,  holding  a  lozenge,  pierced, 
ar.  comp.  45.  II 

CLOGSTON,  an  eagle,  wings  expanded.    100.   14 

CLONBROCK,  Baron  (Dillon),  Iri.,  on  a  chapeau, 
gu.,  turned  up,  erm.,  a  falcon,  rising,  ppr., 
belled,  or.  Auxilium  ab  alto,  see  plate  10$ 

CLONCURRY,  Baron  (Browne-Lawless),  a  demi- 
man,  in  armour,  in  hand  an  arrow,  all  ppr. 
Virtute  et  numine.  comp.  127.  10 

CLONMEL,  Earl  of  (Scott),  Iri.,  a  buck,  trip- 
pant,  ppr.  Fear  to  transgress.  79.  4 

CLOPTON,  Suff.,  a  wolf's  head.  19.  5 

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.  43.  n 

CLOSE,  or  CLOSS,  Eng.,  a  boar,  sa.,  among 
weeds,  vert.  4.  10 

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  83 

CLOTWORTHY,  Iri.,  a  boar,  passant,  or.      4.  n 

CLOUGH,  Yorks.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  erm., 
holding  a  battle-axe,  sa.,  handle,  ar.  44.  15 

CLOUGH  of  Plas  Clough,  Denbighs.,  a  demi- 
lion,  rampant,  az.,  in  dexter,  a  sword,  ar., 
handled,  or.  Sine  macula  macla.  44.  1 1 

CLOUGH,  BUTLER-,  Wei.,  an  arm,  embowed, 
vested,  az. ,  ruffle  of  point  lace,  ar.,  in  hand, 
ppr.,  a  cup,  or.  67.  12 

CLOUGH,  LLOYD-,  Wei.  :  (i.)  For  Clough,  a 
demi-lion,  rampant,  az.,  in  dexter  a  sword, 
erect,  ar.,  hilt  and  pommel,  or.  44.  1 1.  (2.) 
For  Lloyd,  a  hart,  passant,  ar.,  attired,  or, 
in  mouth  a  snake,  vert.  see  plate  81 

CLOUN,  and  CLUN,  Eng.,  a  chevalier,  in  armour, 
ppr.,  in  dexter  a  marshal's*  baton,  ar.,  tipped, 
sa.  124.  ii 

CLOUN,  and  CLUNE,  Eng.,  a  wolf,  collared  and 
lined,  in  dexter  a  trefoil,  all  ppr.  see  plate  19 


93  COB 

CLOVE,  a  camel's  head,  couped,  or.  30.  7 

CLOVEL,  or  CLOVELL,  Eng.,  a  bull,  passant,  gu. 

14.  14 
CLOWBERRY,  a  goat's  head,  erased,  ar.,  attired, 

or.  55.  2 

CLOWES,  Lond.  and  Warw.,  a  demi-lion,  vert, 

ducally  crowned,  or,  holding  a  battle-axe,  of 

the  last,  headed,  ar.  see  plate  44 

CLOWN,  a  chevalier,  in  armour,  ppr.,  in  dexter 

a  tilting-spear  with  pennon,  unfolded.  137.  5 
CLUBB,  a  demi-unicorn.  70.  1 1 

CLUD,  and  CLUDDE,  a  bull's  head,  per  cheveron, 

gu.  and  erm.  1 5.  4 

CLUDDE  of  Orleton,  Salop,  an  eagle,  wings  ex- 
panded, ppr.,  preying  on  a  cony,  ar.    97.   10 
CLULOW,  Yorks.,  on  a  garb,  in  fess,  a  lion, 

passant,  gardant.  36.    14 

CLUNES,  Sco.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  ducally 

gorged,  ppr.  46.  8 

CLUNES,  Sco.,  a  demi -leopard,  rampant,  ducally 

gorged,  ppr.  9.  3 

CLUNIE,  Sco.,  a  sand-glass,  winged.         156.  8 
CLUNIE,  Sco.,  a  tree,  ppr.  26.  1 1 

CLUTTERBUCK,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  in 

hand  a  rose,  slipped  and  leaved,  ppr.    140.  I 
CLUTTERBUCK,  Lond.,  Middx.,  and  Wilts.,  a 

buck,    sejant,    gu.,    between     two    laurel- 
branches,  ppr.  comp.  So.   13  and  14 
GLUTTON,  Heref.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  on  stump 

of  tree,  an  owl,  all  ppr.  see  plate  107 

CLUTTON  of  Charlton  Hall,  Chester,  a  cock,  or. 

94.   12 
CLYNCH,  Eng.,  a  camel's  head,  per  fess,  or  and 

az.  30.  7 

CLYNCKE,  Eng.,  a  lion's  head,  royally  crowned, 

ppr.  44.  4 

CLYPLESBY,  and  CLYPSBY,  a  bull,  passant,  sa., 

bezantee,  ar.  14-13 

COACH,  a  stag,  sejant,  gu.,  attired,  or,  between 

two  laurel-branches,  vert. 

comp.  So.   13  and  14 
COACHMAN,  Lond.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  sa., 

crusily,  between  paws  a  cinquefoil,  ar. 

see  plate  44 
COAKLEY,    a   lion,   passant,  or,   in  dexter  an 

eagle's  leg,  erased,  gu.  see  plate  36 

COANE,  Sco.,  a  lily,  ppr.  53-4 

COAPE,  in  dexter  hand,  a  sword,  erect,  ppr. 

122.    12 

COATES,  or  COATS,  Eng.,  a  swan's  head,  be- 
tween wings,  ar.  75.   i 

COATS,  or  COTES,  Yorks.  and  Salop,  a  cock, 
ppr.,  combed,  wattled,  and  legged,  gu.  94.  12 

COATS,  or  COTES,  an  arm,  erect,  vested,  cuffed, 
ar.,  in  hand  a  covered  cup,  or.  67.   12 

COATS,  or  COTES,  Sco.,  an  anchor,  ppr.     Be 
firm.  153.   ii 

COATS,  or  COTES,  Iri.,  two  lions'  paws,  erased, 
supporting  a  crescent.  ii.  4 

COATS,  or  COTES,  Iri.,  a  cock,  ppr.     Watchful 
and  bold.  94.   12 

COATS,  Sir  PETER,  J.P.,  Woodside,  Paisley,  an 
anchor,  cabled,  ppr.     Be  firm.  133.   7 

COATS,  THOMAS,  Ferguslie,  Paisley,  same  crest 
and  motto. 

COBB,  Eng.,  an  elephant,  or.  24.   14 

COBB,  Kent,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  demi- 
leopard,  rampant,  ppr.  see  plate  9 

COBB,  Norf.,  a  swan's  head,  or,  in  beak  a  fish. 

see  plate  75 

COBB,  a  shoveller,  sa.,  beaked  and  legged,  or. 

74-  ii 


COB 


94 


COBB,  and  COBBE,  Iri.,  in  dexter  hand  a  scimi- 
tar, ppr.  i58-9 

COBBEN,  COBBIN,  COBBYN,  COBENN,  and  COBYN, 

oil  a  garb,  in  fess,  a  lion,  passant,  gardant. 

36.   14 

COBBES,  a  shoveller,  sa.  74.   1 1 

COBBETT,  Middx.,  a  bird,  rising,  or,  pellettee, 

in  beak  a  sprig  of  laurel,  ppr. 
COBBOLD,  Eng.,  a  thunderbolt,  ppr.         123.    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  131 

COBHAM,  a  man's  head,  in  profile,  helmeted, 

ppr.  135.  8 

COBHAM,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand  a  dagger,  point 

downward,  ppr.  130.    II 

COBHAM,  a  hind's  head,  ar.,  crowned  with  a 

palisado  crown,  or.  see  plate  84 

COBHAM,  Herts.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  or. 

44-   H 

COBLEGH,  COBLEIGH,  and  CoBLET,  an  arm,  in 
armour,  embowed,  in  fess,  in  hand  a  sceptre, 
all  ppr.  141.  4 

COBLEGH,  or  COBLEIGH,  a  cock's  head,  erased, 
gu.,  combed,  wattled,  and  guttee,  or,  in  beak 
a  laurel-branch,  ar.  comp.  94.  9 

COBURN,  a  demi-dragon,  wings  addorsed,  be- 
tween claws  an  escutcheon,  charged  with  a 
roundle.  see  plate  89 

COBURN,  Sco.,  a  cock,  ppr.  94.   12 

COCHER,  a  lion,  couchant,  erm.  39.  5 

COCHET,  Eng.,  a  talbot,  passant,  sa.,  spotted, 
ar.  61.  7 

COCHRANE,  Earl  of  Dundonald.  See  DUN- 
DONALD. 

COCHRANE,  or  COCHRAN,  Sco.,  a  horse,  passant, 
ar.  72.  13 

COCHRANE,  or  COCHRAN,  a  hand,  issuing  from 
a  cloud,  raising  a  garb.  12.  5 

COCHRANE,  or  COCHRAN,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand 
a  human  heart,  ppr.  Concordia  vincit.  145.  3 

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.  17.  10 

COCK,  Norf.,  an  ostrich,  gu.,  ducally  gorged,  in 
mouth  a  horse-shoe,  or.  108.  12 

COCK,  on  stump  of  tree,  ppr.,  a  cock,  gu.  94.   10 

COCK,  or  COCKS,  Eng.,  a  chevalier  on  horse- 
back, brandishing  a  sword,  all  ppr.  73.  13 

COCK,  Northumb.  and  Sco.,  a  cock,  ppr.  94.   12 

COCK,  Herts.,  an  ostrich,  in  mouth  a  horse- 
shoe, ppr.  1 08.  13 

COCKAIN,  COKAINE,  and  COKATNE,  a  cock's 
head,  erased,  gu.,  crested  and  jelloped,  sa. 
Virtus  in  arduis.  94.  9 

COCKAYN,  or  COCKAYNE,  a  cock's  head,  gu.  94.  9 

COCKBURN,  Surr.,  a  horse's  head,  ar.,  bridled, 
gu.  Quo  duxeris  adsum.  72.  7 

COCKBURN,  Bart.,  Berwick,  Sco.,  a  cock  crow- 
ing. Accendit  cantu.  94.  12 

COCKBURN,  Sco.,  a  dexter  arm,  in  hand  a  broken 
spear,  in  bend,  ppr.  Press  through.  144.  4 

COCKBURN,  Bart.,  of  that  Ilk  Sco.,  a  cock 
crowing.  Accendit  cantu — and — Vigilans  et 
audax.  94.  12 

COCKBURN,  Eng.,  a  cock,  ppr.  94.  12 

COCKBURN,  Sco.,  a  cock's  head,  ppr.  /  rise 
with  the  morning.  94.  9 

COCKBURN,  Eng.,  on  a  rock,  ppr.,  a  leopard, 
sejant.  comp.  9.  10 


COD 

COCKBURN,  or  COCKBURNE,  Scto.,  a  cock,  gu. 

In  dubiis  constans.  94.   12 

COCKE,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand,  coiuped,  a  dagger, 

in  pale,  all  ppr.  ^  122.   12 

COCKE,  Sco.,  in  lion's  paw,  a  sceptre,  in  pale, 

all  ppr.  78-  9 

COCKE,  a  bear's  head,  ar.,  crown  ed,  or. 

see  plate  28 
COCKEINE,   Kent,   on   a  mural  Coronet,   ar.,  a 

cock,  of  the  same,  beaked,  barbed,  and  mem- 

bered,  gu.  .      see  plate  94 

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. 

39-  4 

COCKERELL,  Glouc.,  within  a  crescent,  az.,  a 

tiger's  face,  ppr.,  crowned  with  an  Eastern 

crown.  43.  6 

COCKERELL,  between  wings,  a  lion's  head,  ppr. 

47-  6 

COCKERITH,  Eng.,  a  fire  beacon,  ppr.  2.  9 
COCKES,  in  hand,  a  lion's  paw,  era.sed,  ppr. 

141.  7 
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.  123.  2 
COCKETT,  Eng.,  a  poplar-tree,  ppr.  '  54.  8 
COCKPIELD,  Eng.,  an  eagle,  wings  addorsed, 

preying  on  a  tortoise.  97.   12 

COCKFIELD,  or  COKEFIELD,  on  stump  of  tree, 

an  eagle,  wings  addorsed,  ppr.  99.  9 

COCKLE,  Eng.,  a  talbot,  passant,  gu.,  collared, 

ar.  61.  8 

COCKMAN,  a  demi-eagle,  displayed,  sa.  102.  12 
COCKRAM,  out  of  clouds,  an  arm,  in  hand  an 

anchor,  erect,  fluke  upward,  ppr. 

co  np.  140.  6 

COCKRELL,  Eng.,  a  leopard's  face,  ppr.  47.  2 
COCKRIDGE,  a  cock,  ppr.  94.  12 

COCKRIDGE,  a  cock,  crowing  ppr.  94.   12 

COCKS,  a  hind's  head  erased,  collared. 

see  plate  85 
COCKS,  Glouc.  and  Suff.,  on  a  moijnt,  vert,  a 

stag,  lodged,  ar.,  attired,  sa.  80.   10 

COCKS,  a  cock,  ppr.  94.  12 

COCKS,  Wore.,  a  buck,  couchant,  ppr.        80.  9 
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.  10.   12 

COCKSEY,  Eng.,  a  bishop's  mitre,  ppr.  159.  3 
COCKSEY,  on  a  garb,  in  fess,  a  cock,  ppr.  94.  10 
COCKSHUTT,  Lane,  and  Salop,  a  demi-griffin, 

sa.  86.   13 

COCKSHUTT,  Herts.,  a  demi-griffin,  ar.,  collared, 

gu. ,  guttee,  of  the  first. 
COCKWORTHY,  and  COOKWORTHY,  a  cock,  gu. 

94.    12 

CODD,  Norf.,  a  heron's  head,  erased,  ppr.  1 1 6.  3 
CODD,  or  CODDE,  Eng.  and  Iri.,  a  hawk's  leg, 

erased,  belled,  ppr.  107.   12 

CODD,  a  physician's  cap,  sa.,  tufted,  or.  156.  10 
CODD,  or  CODDE,  Eng.,  a  square  fort,  with 

four  towers,  ppr.  23.  6 

CODD,  a  lion,  rampant,  gorged  with  a  mural 

coronet,  and  charged  with  two  torteaux. 

see  plate  40 
CODD,  or  CODDE,  Iri.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  in 

mouth  a  hand,  ppr.  47.  9 


COD 


95 


CODDINGTON,  and  CODINTON,  Eng.,  on  a  cha- 
peau, an  eagle,  wings  expanded  and  in- 
verted, all  ppr.  98.  1 1 

CODDINGTON,  Iri.,  in  hand  a  sword,  ppr.   159.  7 

CODDINGTON  of  Oldbridge,  Iri.,  a  wolf's  head, 
erased,  or.  Nil  desperandum.  19.  6 

CODENHAM,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  or,  langued, 
az.,  charged  on  neck  with  three  trefoils, 
slipped,  vert.  see  plate  47 

CODRINGTON,  Bart.,  Glouc.,  a  dragon's  head, 
couped,  gu.,  between  wings,  chequy,  or  and 
az.  90.  9 

CODRINGTON,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or.  a  dra- 
gon's head,  gu.,  between  wings,  chequy,  or 
and  az.  comp.  90.  12 

CODRINGTON,  Glouc.,  Somers.,  and  Wilts.,  out 
of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  dragon's  head, 
couped,  gu.,  between  wings.  comp.  90.  12 

CODRINGTON  of  Wroughton,  Wilts.,  out  of  a 
ducal  coronet,  a  dragon's  head,  gu.,  between 
wings.  Jmmersabilis  est  vera  virtus. 

comp.  go.   12 

COE,  two  swords  in  saltier,  ppr.,  surmounted 
by  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  sa.  120.  4 

COE,  Eng.,  a  martlet,  sa.     Prcesto  et  persto. 

119.  4 

COE,  Norf,,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  ppr., 
in  hand  a  chaplet,  vert.  143.  6 

COE,  Eng.,  a  crane,  supporting  with  dexter  an 
anchor,  ppr.  115.  II 

COE,  a  demi-eagle,  with  two  heads,  displayed. 

see  plate  96 

COFFIELD,  Eng.,  on  a  cross  fleury,  fitched,  gu., 
between  wings,  or,  a  crescent,  gold. 

comp.  95.   10 

COFFIN,  a  camel's  head,  erased,  or,  bridled, 
lined,  ringed,  and  gorged  with  a  ducal  coro- 
net, sa.  In  tempestate  floresco.  31.  6 

COFFIN,  Bart.,  on  stern  of  a  ship,  a  pigeon, 
wings  addorsed,  or,  in  beak  a  laurel-sprig, 
vert.  Extant  recte  factis  prceftiia. 

see  plates  21  and  106 

COFFIN,  Eng.,  a  long  cross,  sa.  147.  4 

COFFIN-PINE  of  Portledge,  Devons.:  (i.)  A 
martlet,  az.,  charged  on  breast  with  two 
bezants,  see  plate  119.  (2.)  A  pine-tree, 
ppr.  In  lempestate  floresco.  26.  3 

COFFYN,  a  martlet,  or,  between  two  cinque- 
foils,  ar.,  stalked  and  leaved,  ppr.  see  plate  119 

COGAN,  or  COGGAN,  a  talbot,  passant,  collared 
and  lined.  Constans  fidei.  61.  12 

COGAN,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  gu.,  seme'e  of 
mullets,  or.  see  plate  47 

COGAN,  Iri.,  a  pine-tree,  ppr.  26.  3 

COGGER,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
in  hand  a  club,  ppr.  154.  13 

COGGESHALL,  Suff.,  a  stag,  lodged,  sa.,  attired, 
or.  80.  9 

COGHILL,  Eng.,  a  cock,  wings  addorsed,  erin. 

94.  2 

COGHILL,  Eng.,  a  cock,  sa.,  wings  expanded, 
or.  see  plate  94 

COGHILL,  Bart.,  Yorks.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a 
cock,  wings  expanded,  or,  ducally  crowned, 
gu.  Non  dormit  qui  custodit.  see  plate  94 

COGHLAN,  or  COGHLEN,  Eng.,  a  fret,  or.     1 28.  1 1 

COGSWELL,  York  Terrace,  Regent's  Park, 
London,  a  stag,  lodged,  ppr.  Nee  sperno, 
nee  timeo.  80.  9 

COHAM,  Devons.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a 
plume  of  straight  ostrich-feathers.  Fuimus, 
et  sub  Deo  erimus.  108.  5 


COL 

COHEN,    Eng.,   a    bear's    head,    couped,    sa^ 

muzzled,  gu.  20.  ° 

COIN,  Eng.,  two  wings  expanded.  109.   12 

COKE,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand,  couped,  a  dagger, 

in  pale,  ppr.  122.    12 

COKE,  Eng.,  the  sun,  ppr.  7.   10 

COKE,  Earl  of  Leicester.     See  LEICESTER. 
COKE  of   Brookhill  Hall,  Derbs.,  the  sun  in 

splendour,  or.     Non  aliunde  pendere.     7.   10 
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  108 

COKENINGHAM,  Yorks.,  a  goat's  head,  erased, 

ar.  55.  2 

COKER,  Dors.,  a  moor's  head,  affrontee,  ppr., 

wreathed,  ar.  and  gu.  123.    14 

COKER,   Dors.,  a  moor's  head,  in  profile,  sa., 

wreathed,  ar.  and  gu.  I3I«   *5 

COKER  of  Bicester,  Oxon.,  a  moor's  head,  in 

profile,  wreathed,  ar.  and  gu.     fiat  justitia. 

'Si-    15 

COCKERELL,  Eng.,  the  lictor's  rod  and  axe,  ppr. 

90.  3 

COKFELD,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  lion's 
paw.  52.  5 

COLAMORE,  Warw.,  a  moor's  head,  couped,  sa., 
wreathed,  ar.  and  gu.  Semper  eadem.  131. 15 

COLBATCH,  Middx.,  a  dexter  arm,  embowed, 
cuffed,  erm.,  in  hand  a  pine-apple,  ppr. 

comp.  142.  6  and  30.  10 

COLBECK,  Beds.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up, 
erm.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  or,  pellettee.  47.  7 

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  83.  (2.) 
Eor  Ridley,  a  bull,  passant,  gu.  Constans 
fidei.  14.  15 

COLBORNE,  Somers.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or, 
a  reindeer's  head,  ar.,  attired,  or.  79.  2 

COLBRAN,  Kent,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  or. 
Quod  sors  fert  f erimus.  83.  13 

COLBRAND,  Suss.,  a  tiger,  sejant,  ar.,  maned, 
or.  9.  4 

COLBROKE,  COLEBROOK,  and  CoLEBROCK,  a  spear, 
in  pale,  ppr.  66.  I 

COLBURN,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  an  antelope's 
head,  erased.  see  plate  82 

COLBY,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  ppr., 
garnished,  or,  in  gauntlet  a  dagger,  ppr., 
hilt  and  pommel,  or.  159.  4 

COLBY,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  ppr.,  gar- 
nished, or,  in  gauntlet  a  scimitar,  all  ppr. 

121.  6 

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.  154.  6 

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.  70.  2 

COLCHESTER,  Lond.  and  Warw.,  a  demi-lion, 
ppr.,  holding  an  etoile,  gu.  see  plate  44 

COLCLEUGH,  Eng.,  a  lion,  passant,  gardant,  or, 
collared,  gu.,  holding  an  anchor,  sa.  36.  1 1 

COLCLOUGH,  or  COLCLOUGHE,  a  hind's  head, 
ppr.,  vulned,  gu.  85.  3 


COL 


96 


COL 


COLCLOUGH,  Staff.,  a  demi-eagle,  displayed,  sa., 
ducally  gorged,  or.  see  plate  95 

COLDE,  and  COLFE.  in  flames  of  fire,  ppr.,  a 
ram,  ar.,  attired,  or.  comp.  57.  1 1 

COLDHAM,  Suss.,  a  dragon's  head,  gu.,  pierced 
with  a  spear,  or,  headed,  ar.  90.  8 

COLDHAM,  Norf.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  gu., 
transfixed  with  an  arrow,  ar.  see  plate  88 

COLDICOTT,  in  dexter  hand,  ppr.,  a  billet,  gu. 
Sum  quod  sum.  158-  7 

COLDSTREAM,  Sco.,  a  swan,  swimming,  wings 
addorsed.  76.  14 

COLE,  Lond.,  a  bull's  head,  erased.     Labora. 

15.  6 

COLE,  a  bull's  head,  erased.  15.  6 

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. 

144.   II 

COLE,  Northumb.,  an  arm,  erect,  ppr.,  in  hand 
a  scorpion,  sa.  144.  II 

COLE,  Earl  of  Enniskillen.     See  ENNISKILLEN. 

COLE,  Lond.,  a  bull's  head,  couped,  sa.     14.   7 

COLE,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  bull's  head, 
gu.,  armed,  of  the  first.  14.  2 

COLE,  Oxon.,  a  bundle  of  arrows,  ar.,  belted 
and  buckled,  or.  107.  1 1 

COLE,  Herts.,  a  demi- dragon,  az.,  winged,  or, 
holding  a  chaplet,  vert.  comp.  89.  1 1 

COLE,  Hants.,  a  falcon,  wings  expanded,  ar., 
guttle,  sa.,  preying  on  a  fish,  or.  seeplate  104 

COLE,  Somers.,  an  eagle,  displayed,  ar.  95.  13 

COLE,  Somers.,  an  eagle,  ducally  gorged,  or. 

comp.  98.   13 

COLE,  Cornw.,  a  demt-dragon,  holding  an 
arrow,  or,  headed  and  feathered,  ar. 

comp.  89.   II 

COLE,  Ess.,  a  leopard's  head,  erased,  ar.,  col- 
lared and  chained,  or,  in  mouth  an  oak  slip, 
vert.  seeplate  10 

COLEBROOKE,  Bart.,  Surr.,  a  wyvern,  wings  ex- 
panded, or,  resting  dexter  on  an  escutcheon, 
gu.  Sola,  bona  quce  honesta.  see  plate  9 1 

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  72 

COLEMAN,  a  horse's  head,  erased,  ppr.       72.    I 

COLEMAN,  a  demi-greyhound,  sa.,  collared,  ar., 
holding  a  mullet,  of  the  first.  comp.  1 7.  2 

COLEMAN,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  greyhound's 
head,  ppr.  18.  5 

COLEMERE,  and  COLMORE,  Eng.,  a  harpy,  wings 
expanded,  ppr.  32.  8 

COLEMERE,  COLLMORE,  and  COLLTMORE,  a  moor's 
head,  in  profile,  ppr.,  wreathed,  or  and  gu. 

131-   15 

COLEN,  a  sword  and  pastoral  staff,  in  saltier. 
COLEPEPER,  Eng.,  a  falcon,  belled,  ppr.    104.  2 
COLERIDGE,  Eng.,  a  griffin's  head,  ppr.,  between 
wings,  or.  88.  6 

COLES,  Eng.,  on  a  tower,  a  lion,  rampant,  ppr. 

22.  13 

COLES,  Iri.,  a  horse,  trotting,  ar.,  saddled  and 
bridled,  sa.  73.  7 

COLES,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  demi- 
dragon,  vert,  in  dexter  a  dart,  ppr. 

comp.  89.    II 

COLES,  Eng.,  in  hand  a  sword,  in  pale,  enfiled 
with  a  boar's  head,  couped,  ppr.  comp.  3.  12 


COLES,  around  a  marble  pillar,  ppr.,  garnished, 
or,  a  snake  entwined,  vert.  comp.  158.  I 

COLES,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  ppr.,  in 
hand  a  serpent,  entwined  round  arm,  vert. 
comp.  155.   H 

COLET,  Eng.,  in  hand  a  battle-axe,  ppr. 

156.    14 

COLEY,  a  dexter  arm,  in  armour,  ppr.,  in  hand 
a  scimitar,  ar.,  hilt  and  pommel,  or.  1 2 1.  6 

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.  24.  8 

COLGATE,  WILLIAM,  Leicestershire,  Eng.,  and 
New  York,  U.S.A.,  a  demi -wolf,  guf,  in 
dexter  paw  a  sword,  ppr.  Omne,  bonum 
desuper  (as  borne  by  Rev.  H.  COLLGATE,  Wis- 
consin, U.S.A.)  1 6 1.  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.  151.  13 

COLLAND,  a  fish-wheel,  or.  39.  2 

COLLAR,  a  tiger's  head,  erased,  or.  10.  6 

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  44 

COLLAY,  Chesh.,  Herts.,  Warw.,  an  elephant's 
head,  gu. ,  between  wings,  sa.  see  //late  24 

COLLE,  Northumb.,  in  dexter  hand  a  scorpion, 
ppr.  144.  II 

COLLEE,  a  griffin,  segreant,  ar.,  armed  and 
beaked,  or.  86.  10 

COLLEN,  or  COLLIN,  Ess.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased, 
vert,  collared,  or.  see  plate  88 

COLLEN,  or  COLLIN,  a  demi-griffin,  or,  collared, 
ar.  see  plate  86 

COLLENS,  or  COLLINS,  Dors. ,  a  dove,  ar.  Volabo 
ut  requiescam.  112.  II 

CQLLES,  Somers.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  an  eagle, 
displayed,  ar.,  ducally  gorged  and  membered, 
or.  see  plate  95 

COLLES,  a  griffin's  head,  couped,  or,  between 
two  oak-branches,  vert,  fructed,  of  the  first. 

see  plate  88 

COLLES,  Iri.,  out  of  a  cloud,  in  dexter  hand  a 
sword,  wavy,  all  ppr.  153.  6 

COLLES,  on  a  dolphin,  lying  on  its  back,  a  sea- 
pie,  standing,  wings  expanded,  or,  guttee,  sa. 

see  plate  68 

COLLES,  Devons.,  a  falcon,  wings  expanded, 
ppr.,  guttee,  or,  preying  on  a  fish,  of  the 
first. 

COLLET,  Lond.  and  Suff.,  a  hind,  trippant,  ar. 

79-  4 

COLLETON,  Bart.,  Herts.,  a  stag's  head,  couped, 
ppr.  84.  1 1 

COLLETON,  Devons.,  a  roebuck's  head,  couped, 
ppr.,  collared,  ar.  84.  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.  86.  10 

COLLEY,  Iri.,  in  sinister  hand  a  bow,  ppr. 

122.    6 

COLLEY,  an  arm,  erect,  in   hand  a  spear,  in 

bend,  ppr.      Unica  virtus  necessai°ia.  148.   10 

COLLIAR,  or  COLLY  AR,  Staffs.,  a  demi-negro, 


COL 


97 


COL 


ppr.,  with  pearls  in  ears,  ar.,  in  dexter  an 
acorn-branch,  fructed,  or.         comp.  126.   12 

COLLICK,  a  lion,  passant,  in  dexter  a  cross 
crosslet,  fitched.  see  plate  36 

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.  94.  6 

COLLIER,  a  unicorn,  rampant,  ar.,  armed,  or. 

70.  10 

COLLIER,  Dors.,  a  wyvern,  wings  addorsed,  ar. 

91-  5 

COLLIER,  a  unicorn's  head,  ar.,  erased  and 
armed,  or.  7O>  4 

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. 

127.    2 

COLLIN,  Eng.,  a  griffin,  passant,  gu.         87.   13 

COLLIN,  Notts.,  a  talbot's  head,  erased,  eared, 
and  charged  on  neck  with  a  cross  formee, 
gu.  •  comp.  6 1 .  2 

COLLIN,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up,  erm.,  a 
griffin,  passant,  per  pale,  sa.  ai^i  gu.  87.  10 

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.  129.  15 

COLLINGS,  Eng.,  a  sphere,  ppr.  8.   I 

COLLINGWOOD,  NorfM  a  buck's  head,  ar.,  at- 
tired, or.  84.  10 

COLLING  WOOD,  Northumb.,  a  buck's  head, 
erased,  sa.  Feror  unus  et  idem.  83.  13 

COLLING  WOOD,  Northumb.,  a  stag  at  gaze,  in  a 
holly- bush,  ppr.  Nil  cor.scire  sibi.  8 1.  4 

COLLINGWOOD,  Durh.  and  Northumb.,  in  front 
of  trees,  a  stag,  statant,  ppr.  81.4 

COLLINGWOOD,  a  dove,  in  mouth  an  olive- 
branch.  1 06.  7 

COLLINRIDGE,  a  demi-lion,  rampant.        44.   14 

COLLINS  of  Better-ton,  Berks.,  a  griffin's  head, 
erased,  vert,  crowned,  or.  Per  callem  collem. 

101.  7 

COLLINS  of  Truthan,  Cornw.,  a  dove,  wings 
expanded,  ppr.  Volabo  ut  requiescam.  99.  1 1 

COLLINS,  Devons.,  a  camel's  head,  erased,  ppr. 
Sermoni  consona  facta.  comp.  31.  6 

COLLINS,  a  demi-griffin,  or,  armed,  gu.  86.   13 

COLLINS,  Kent,  a  demi-griffin,  or,  beaked, 
legged,  and  ducally  gorged,  ar. 

COLLINS,  Oxon.,  a  griffin's  head,  couped.  Si 
je  puis.  87.  6 

COLLINS,  Suss.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  gu. 
Labor  omnia  vincit.  88.  7 

COLLINS,  Iri.,  a  human  heart,  transpierced  by 
a  passion  nail,  in  pale,  ppr.  1 36.  9 

COLLINS,  a  griffin's  head,  couped.  87.  6 

COLLINS,  Somers. ,  a  demi-griffin,  or,  collared, 
ar.  Deum  et  regem.  comp.  86.  4 

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. 

87.   II 

COLLINS,  Lond.,  Kent,  and  Suss.,  a  demi-griffin, 
or,  beaked  and  legged,  gu.,  collared,  erm. 

comp.  86.  .4 


COLLINSON,  Eng.,  a   rose,   gu.,   between  two 

branches  of  laurel,  in  orle,  ppr.  30.  1 1 

COLLIRAY,  Eng.,  a  martlet,  flying  over  a  tower, 

ppr.  23.  I 

COLLIS,  Iri.,  a  dexter  arm,  throwing  a  dart, 

ppr.  157.  6 

COLLIS,  Eng.,  an  eagle,  preying  on  a  fish,  ppr. 

Mens  conscia  recti.  100.  5 

COLLISON,  East  Bilney,  Norf.,  a  demi-lion, 

rampant,  ppr.,  b'etween  paws  a  cinquefoil, 

or,  centre  leaf,  gu.  see  plate  44 

COLLISON,  Eng.,  a  bomb-shell,  fired,  ppr.  32.  10 
COLLISON,  and  COLLISONE,  Sco.,  a  falcon's  head, 

erased,  ppr.  Hoc  virtutis  opus.  103.  3 

COLLIVER,  Eng.,  in  hand  a  club,  ppr.  158.  8 
COLLIVER,  Eng.,  a  dexter  hand,  couped,  in  fess, 

gu.  134.  14 

COLLMORE,  a  negro's  head  and  shoulders, 

couped,  wreathed  round  head.  135.  13 

COLLOW,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  dagger,  in  pale,  ppr. 

Pro  patrid  semper.  122.  12 

COLLS,  Eng.,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  a  griffin, 

sejant,  wings  addorsed,  ppr.,  supporting  an 

escutcheon,  ar.  88.  12 

COLLUMBEL,  Line.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned 

up,  erm.,  a  dove,  close,  ppr.,  in  mouth  an  ear 

of  wheat,  or.  see  plate  106 

COLLVILE,  Sco.,  a  bull's  head,  couped.  Nil 

obliviscar.  14.  7 

COLLVILE,  Iri.,  a  hind's  head,  ar.,  charged 

with  a  cross  forme'e,  sa.  see  plate  83 

COLLWELL,  Camb.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned 

up,  erm.,  a  lion,  passant,  ar.,  gorged  with  a 

label  of  three  points,  gu.  see  plate  37 

COLLYEAR, in  dexter  hand, ppr.,  a  key, az.  78.  13 
COLLYEAR,  a  unicorn,  rampant,  ar.,  armed  and 

unguled,  or.  70.  IO 

COLLYER,  Eng.,  a  wyvern,  wings  addorsed,  sa. 

91.  5 
COLLYER,  a  cross  pattde,  fitched,  or,  between 

eagle's  wings,  sa. 
COLLYER,  Dors.,  a  demi-unicorn,  ar.,  armed, 

hoofed  and  maned,  or.  7°-   *  * 

COLLYER  of  Hackford  Hall,  Norf.,  a  unicorn's 

head,  ppr.     Avance.  70.  4 

COLLYER,  two  lions'  heads,  erased,   collared, 

addorsed.  47.   5 

COLLYNGS,  Suff.,  a  nag's  head,  sa.,  bridled,  or. 

72.  7 
COLMAN,  Kent,  a  greyhound's  head,  sa.,  gorged 

with  a  collar  and  ring,  ar.,  charged  with 

three  mullets,  sa.  see  plate  1 8 

COLNE,  or  COLNEY,  a  talbot,  sejant,  per  pale, 

sa.  and  erm.,  collared,  ar.  61.  6 

COLNET,  Hants.,  a  dragon's  head,  ducally  gorged 

and  chained,  ppr.  90.  7 

COLPEPPER,  a  martlet,  gu.,  between  attires  of 

an  ox. 
COLPOYS,  out  of  a  naval  coronet,  a  dexter  hand, 

apaume'e.  comp.  149.  3 

COLQUHON,  Sco.,  a  hart's  head,  couped,  gu., 

attired,  ar.     Si  je  puis.  84.   10 

COLQUHON  of  Drumpelder,  a  branch  of  laurel, 

slipped,  ppr.     Dum  spiro  spero.  53-9 

COLQUHOUN    of    Killermont,    Dumbarton,    a 

stag's  head,  erased,  ppr.     If  I  can.     83.    13 
COLQUHOUN,  Sco. :  (i.)  A  hart's  head,  couped, 

ppr.    84.   II.    (2.)  In  hand  a  buckle.  154.  4 
COLQUHOUN,  Bart.,  of  Colquhoun,  Sco.,  a  hart's 

head,  erased,  gu.     Si  je  puis.  83.    13 

COLQUHOUN,  Bart.,  of  Tilliquhoun,Sco.,  a  stag's 

head,  erased,  ppr.     Si  je  puis.  83.   13 

G 


COL  * 

COLQUHOUN  of  Keunuoir,  Sco.,  a  buck's  head, 

erased,  ppr.     Si  je  puis.  83.   13 

COLQUHOUN,  Bart.,  of  Luss,  a  hart's  head,  gu., 

attired,  ar.     Si  je  puis.  84.   n 

COLQUHOUN   of   Dunyelder,   a  laurel-branch, 

slipped,  ppr.     Dum  spiro  spero.  53-9 

COLQUHOUN   of   Kilmardony,  a   stag's    head, 

erased,  ppr.     Festina  lente.  83.  13 

COLQUHOUN  of  Garscadden,  in  dexter  hand  a 

buckle,  ppr.     Omnia  firmat.  154.  4 

COLQUHOUN,  Eng.,  an  arm,  from  elbow,  ppr., 

verted,  gu.,  cuffed,  indented,  or,  in  hand  a 

baton,  of  the  first,  veruled,  gold..  I.  4 

COLQUITT,  Eng.,  a  hawk,  rising,  ducally  gorged 

and  belled,  ppr.  105.   15 

COLSHILL,  and  COLSILL,  Ess.  and  Cornw.,  an 

arm,  in  armour,  garnished,  or,  in  hand  a 

gauntlet,  all  ppr. 

COLSHULL,  Eng.,  an  arrow,  in  pale.  65.  12 
COLSON,  two  arms,  couped  at  elbow,  vested,  in 

hands  an  escutcheon,  or.  147.  8 

COLSTON,  Eng.,  a  ship's  boat,  ppr.  50.  12 
COLSTON,  Eng.,  a  dolphin,  naiant,  ppr.  68.  1 1 
COLSTON,  a  dolphin,  uaiant,  sa.  68.  1 1 

COLSTON  of  Filkins  Hall,  Oxon.,  a  dolphin, 

naiant,  ppr.     Go  thou  and  do  likewise.  68.  1 1 
COLT,  Bart.,  Heref.,  a  colt,  at  full  speed,  sa. 

Vincit  qui  patitur.  73.  5 

COLT,  Kent,  in  fire,  ppr.,  a  ram,  ar.,  attired,  or. 

see  plate  57 
COLT,   Sco.,  a  hand,   throwing  a   dart,  ppr. 

Transfigam.  I.  6 

COLT,  Suff.,  a  nag's  head,  erm.  72.  7 

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. 

73-  Ir 

COLT,  Suff.,  a  colt,  passant,  ar.  72.  12 

COLTER,  and  COULTER,  Sco.,  a  harpy,  gardant, 
ppr.  32.  ii 

COLTHURST,  Bart.,  Iri.,  a  colt,  statant,  sa. 
Justum  et  tenacem.  72.  13 

COLTHURST,  Somers.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant, 
gardant,  ar.  42.  10 

COLTHURST,  a  greyhound's  head,  sa.,  between 
two  roses,  gu.,  leaved  and  slipped,  ppr.  18.  2 

COLTHURST,  Iri.,  on  stump  of  tree  a  crane, 
perched,  ppr.  116.  n 

COLTMAN,  Lond.  and  Leic.,  a  nag's  head, 
erased,  sa.,  maned  and  bridled,  ar.,  tas- 
selled,  or.  72.  7 

COLTMAN,  Yorks.,  a  horse's  head,  erased,  sa,, 
bridled,  ppr.  72.  7 

COLTON,  Eng.,  a  spear  head,  in  pale,  enfiled 
with  a  savage's  head,  couped,  ppr.  123.  10 

COLTON,  _Chesh.,  a  boar,  passant,  ar.,  armed 
and  bristled,  or,  vulned  in  shoulder,  gu.  4.  6 

COLUMBALL,  a  camel's  head,  ppr.  Pacem  amo. 

30.  7 

COLVIL,  and  COLVILLE,  a  demi-hind,  ppr. 

COLVIL,  and  COLVILLE,  in  hand,  in  pale,  issu- 
ing from  a  cloud,  a  dagger,  wavy.  153.  6 

COLVIL,  and  COLVILLE,  Sco.,  a  talbot's  head, 
ar.  Ad finem fidelis.  61.  3 

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  37 

COLVIL,  and  COLVILLE,  Eng.,  a  demi-stag,  in 
mouth  a  rose,  ppr.  79.  14 

COLVIL,  and  COLVILLE,  Sco.,  a  hind's  head, 
couped,  ppr.  Obliviscar.  85.  3 


COM 

COLVIL,  and  COLVILLE,  Sco.,  a  hind's  head, 
couped,  ar.  Non  obliviscar.  85.  3 

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.  14-7 

COLVILE,  and  COLWALL,  Kent,  a  bird,  rising, 
ppr.,  in  mouth  a  sprig,  vert.  106.  8 

COLVILLE,  Baron  (Colviile),  Sco.,  a  hind's 
head,  couped,  ar.  Oublier  ne  puis.  85.  3 

COLVILLE,  Line.,  a  cock-pheasant,  wings  ele- 
vated, ppr.,  in  mouth  a  hawk's  bell,  or. 

see  plate  113 

COLWELL,  Eng.,  a  talbot,  statant,  ar.,  spotted, 
gu.  and  sa.,  collared,  az.  see  plate  61 

COLWICH,  Eng.,  a  bat,  displayed,  ppr.       74.  5 

COLWICK,  and  COLWYKE,  Eng.,  issuing  from  a 
cloud,  a  hand,  in  pale,  a  sealed  letter.  123.  13 

COLWICK,  and  COLWYKE,  Eng.,  in  the  sea,  an 
anchor,  in  pale,  ensigned  with  a  dove  and 
olive-branch,  all  ppr.  106.  4. 

COLYEAR,  a  lion,  rampant.  41.   12 

COLYEAR,  Iri.,  a  unicorn,  rampant,  ar.,  armed 
and  maned,  or.  7°*  IO 

COLYEAR,  a  unicorn's  head.  70.  4 

COMB,  or  COMBE,  Somers.,  a  demi-lion,  sa., 
ducally  gorged,  ar.  46.  8 

COMB,  or  COMBE,  Sco.,  a  crane,  in  mouth  a 
bunch  of  clover,  ppr.  see  plate  1 1 5 

COMBER,  Suff.,  a  greyhound's  head,  sa.,  charged 
with  three  bezants,  two  and  one,  or.  20.  3 

COMBERFORD,  Iri.,  a  peacock,  in  pride,  ppr. 

117.  I 

COMBERFORD,  a  dove,  volant,  in  mouth  an 
olive-branch,  ppr.  106.  10 

COMBERFORD,  and  CUMBERFORD,  Warw.,  a 
crow,  wings  addorsed,  ppr.  see  plate  114 

COMBERFORD,  a  pestle  and  mortar,  sa.     149.  8 

COMBERMERE,  Viscount  (Stapleton-Cotton)  : 
(i.)  A  falcon,  ppr.,  wings  expanded  and 
belled,  or,  in  dexter  a  belt,  az.,  buckled,  of 
the  second,  see  plate  104.  (2.)  Of  augmen- 
tation, on  a  mount,  vert,  a  soldier  of  the  3d 
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.  117.  3 

COMBERTON,  a  demi- savage,  a  hammer  over 
shoulder,  ppr.  131.  9 

COMBES  of  Gotham,  Bristol,  an  arm,  in  armour, 
embowed,  in  hand  a  broken  tilting-spear. 

141.  6 

COMBREY,  Sco.,  a  sheaf  of  arrows,  points  up- 
ward, ppr. 

COMERFORD,  on  a  chapeau,  turned  up,  a  pea- 
cock in  pride,  ppr.  1 1 6.  13 

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.  123.  7 

COMMOLIN,  Eng.,  a  fir-tree,  ppr.  26.   3 

COMPERE,  Lond.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  holding 
a  roundle.  43.  15 

COMPIGNE,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand  a  covered 
cup,  or.  142.  ii 


COM 


99 


CON 


COMPION,  Eng.,  a  demi-talbot,  vert.          6 1.  5 

COMPORT,  Kent,  a  demi-lion,  ar. ,  charged  with 
a  quatref  oil,  gu. ,  holding  a  torteau.  see  plate  44 

COMPTON,  Marquess  of  Northampton.  See 
NORTHAMPTON. 

COMPTON,  Glouc.  and  Northamp.,  a  beacon, 
ppr.,  with  the  motto,  Je  ne  cherche  que  ung. 

2.  9 

COMPTON  of  the  Manor  House,  Hants.,  a  demi- 
dragon,  erased,  wings  elevated,  body  enfiled 
with  a  ducal  coronet.  comp.  89.  1 1 

COMPTON,  Northamp.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a 
beacon,  or,  inflamed,  ppr.,  with  this  motto, 
Nisi  Dominus.  2.  9 

COMPTON,  Glouc.,  a  beacon,  ppr.  Nisi  Domi- 
nus. 2.  13 

COMPTON,  a  beacon,  inflamed,  ppr.  Dum 
spiro  spero.  2.  9 

COMRIE,  or  COMRY,  Sco.,  a  demi-archer,  shoot- 
ing an  arrow,  ppr.  Ad  metam.  126.  14 

COMRIES,  Sco.,  a  cross  crosslet,  on  three  grieces. 

143.   II 

COMYN,  Ess.  and  Durh.,  two  arms,  embowed, 
vested,  erm.,  between  hands,  ppr.,  a  garb, 
or. 

COMYN,  Durh.,  a  sheaf  of  cumin,  or.        12.  n 

COMYNS,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up, 
erm.,  a  bloodhound,  sejant,  ppr.  60.  13 

CONANT,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  stag,  statant, 
resting  dexter  on  an  escutcheon. 

CONARTON,  Cornw.,  a  talbot's  head,  erased, 
collared.  60.  4 

CONCANON  of  Waterloo,  Galway,  an  elephant, 
statant,  ppr.,  tusked,  or.  Sagesse  sans  tache. 

24.   14 

CONDIE,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  lion,  passant, 
az.  37.  3 

CONDUITT,  Lond.,  two  caducei,  in  fess,  or, 
thereon  a  peacock's  head,  erased,  ppr. 

CONELEY,  or  CONELLY,  a  talbot,  couchant,  ppr. 

60.   14 

CONERLEY,  a  spaniel,  sejant,  ppr.  59.  7 

CONESBY,  Eng.,  a  cony,  sejant,  ar.  58.    I 

CONGALTON,  and  CONGILTON,  Sco.,  a  bee,  ppr. 
Magnum  in  parvo — and — Multum  in  parvo. 

76.  5 

CONGLETON,  Baron.     See  PARNELL,  Bart. 

CONGRAVE,  Berks,  and  Kent,  a  falcon,  wings 
expanded,  ppr.,  belled,  or.  100.  13 

CONGREVE,  Bart.,  Staffs.,  a  falcon,  wings  ex- 
panded, ppr.  Persevere — and — Non  moritur 
cujusfama  vivit.  IOO.  13 

CONGREVE,  Berks.,  a  falcon,  rising,  ppr.  Non 
moritur  cujusfama  vivit.  IOO.  13 

CONGREVE  of  Congreve,  Staffs.,  a  falcon,  rising, 
wings  expanded.  Non  moritur  cujus  fama 
vivit.  loo.  13 

CONINGESBY,  CoNiNGSBY,  and  CoNiSBiE,  a  cony, 
sejant,  ar.  58.  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  115 

CONINGHAM,  Iri.,  an  anchor  and  sword  in  sal- 
tier. 120.  14 

CONINGSBY-CAPEL,  a  demi-lion,  in  dexter  a  cross 
crosslet.  46.  4 

CONMELL,  Sco.,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  ar., 
charged  with  a  trefoil,  vert.  comp.  83.  13 


CONNACK,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  demi-eagle, 
ppr.  102.  2 

CONNEL,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  charged  with  a 
trefoil.  comp.  83.  13 

CONNEL,  or  CONNELL,  Sco.,  a  bee,  volant,  ppr. 
Non  sibi.  76.  4 

CONNEL,  or  CONNELL,  Eng.,  a  goat,  current 
towards  a  tree,  ppr.  56.  2 

CONNELL,  Eng.,  on  a  dexter  hand,  apaumee,  in 
fess,  a  bird,  perched.  99.  5 

CONNELL,  Iri.,  out  of  a  tower,  a  demi -griffin, 
rampant,  ppr.  22.  1 1 

CONNELLEY,  CONELLY,  and  CoNOLLY,  Eng.  and 
Iri.,  a  female,  in  dexter  an  anchor,  in  sinis- 
ter a  Saracen's  head.  139.  10 

CONNELLEY,  CONNELLY,  CONNELY,  CONNOLLY, 
and  CONOLLY,  Eng.,  a  talbot,  couchant,  ppr. 

60.  14 

CONNER,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
in  hand  a  dagger.  159.  4 

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. 

140.   13 

CONNOCKE,  Cornw.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a 
demi-griffin,  segreant,  or.  86.  2 

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.     130.  6 

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. 

140.   13 

CONOLLY,  an  arm,  erect,  vested,  sa.,  cuffed,  ar., 
in  hand  a  chaplet  of  roses,  ppr.  154.  7 

CONQUEROR,  a  spear  head,  ppr.     Victoria.. 

147.  9 

CONQUEST,  Beds.,  a  holly-tree,  fructed,  ppr. 

26.  8 

CONRADUS,  a  unicorn's  head,  erased,  studded, 
or.  70.  5 

CONRAN,  Sco.,  a  flame  of  fire,  between  two 
palm-branches,  in  orle,  ppr.  143.  9 

CONRAN,  a  demi-stork,  wings  expanded,  in 
mouth  a  cross  pattee,  fitched. 

CONRAN,  Eng.,  two  doves,  billing,  ppr.      106.  6 

CONRAN,  Iri.,  a  pillar,  entwined  with  wood- 
bine, ppr.  158.  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.  145.  4 

CONROY,  Iri.,  a  lion,  rampant,  vert,  supporting 
a  pennon,  gu.'  40.  14 

CONROY,  Knt.,  Iri.,  a  wreath  of  laurel.  Uan- 
tiquite  ne  pent  pas  Vabolir.  13-  1 2 

CONSIDINE,  Eng.,  a  hand,  issuing,  plucking  a 
thistle,  ppr.  29.  13 

CONSTABLE,  Eng.,  a  dragon's  head,  couped,  or. 

CONSTABLE,  Yorks.,  a  ship  in  full  sail,  or. 

21.    13 

CONSTABLE,  Sco.,  a  greyhound,  passant,  ar. 

I7-.  5 
CONSTABLE,  Surr.,  a  ship  to  the  sinister,  sails 

furled,  all  or.  21.   12 

CONSTABLE  of  Wassand,  Yorks. :  (i.)  A  ship, 

with  tackle,  guns,  and  apparel,  all  or.  21.  13. 

(2.)  A  stork,  in  mouth  an  eel.  1 15.   2 

CONSTABLE,  Sco.,  out  of  a  cloud,  in  the  sinis- 


CON 


COO 


ter,  a  hand,  pointing  to  a  crosier,  on  the 
dexter,  ppr.     Prcedarior,  quo  propinquior. 

159.   12 

CONSTABLE,  Iri.,  an  arm,  from  shoulder,  hand 
clenched,  ppr.  157-   *4 

CONSTABLE,  CLIFFORD-,  Bart.,  Yorks.  :  (i.) 
For  Constable,  a  dragon's  head,  ar.,  charged 
with  three  bars,  gu.,  on  each  as  many 
mascles,  or.  comp.  90.  4.  (2.)  For  Clifford, 
out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  wyvern,  rising, 
gu.  91.  2.  (3.)  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.  1 6.  II 

CONSTANTINE,  Eng.,  in  lion's  gamb,  erased,  a 
broken  sword,  ppr.  50.   14 

CONSTANTYNE,  a  sword,  in  bend  sinister,  ppr., 
surmounted  by  a  cross  crosslet,  az.         52.  I 
CONWY  of  Bodrhyddan,  Flints.,  a  moor's  head, 
in  profile,  couped,  ppr.,  wreathed,  ar.  and 
az.     fide  et  amore.  131.   15 

CONWAY,  Baron.    See  HERTFORD,  Marquess  of. 
CONWAY,  Lond.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  demi- 
cock,  wings    expanded,    gu.,    beaked,    and 
wattled,  az.  94.   I 

CONWAY,  Eng.  and  Iri.,  a  moor's  head,  in  pro- 
file, ppr.,  banded,  ar.  and  az.  131.  15 
CONWAY,  a  griffin's  head,  couped.  87.  6 
CONY,  Curnb.,  a  talbot's  head,  or,  tongue  hang- 
ing out,  dropping  blood,  ppr.                  61.  3 
CONY,  or  CONEY,  a  cony,  sejant,  ar.          58.  I 
CONY,  or  CONEY,  Herts,  and  Hunts.,    on  a 

mount,  vert,  a  cony,  or. 

CONYERS,  a  trefoil,  slipped,  ppr.  13.  6 

CONYERS,  Yorks.  and  Durh.,  a  sinister  wing, 

gu.  107.  14 

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.  14.    II 

CONYERS,  Eng.,  a  moor's  head,  sa.,  wreathed 

and  stringed,  ar.  and  az.  131.   13 

CONYERS,   Eng.,   a    spear,   broken   in    three, 

headed,  ar.,  banded  together  by  a  ribbon, 

gu.  134-  4 

CONYERS,  Lord  D'Arcy,   on  a  chapeau,  ar., 

turned  up,  erm.,  a  bull,  statant,  sa. 

comp.  15.   14 

CONYNGHAM  of  Spring  Hill,  IrL  :  For  Conyng- 

ham,  a  unicorn's  head,  couped,  ar.,  maned 

and  horned,  or.     Over,  fork  over.  70.  4 

CONYNGHAM,    Marquess,    a    unicorn's    head, 

erased,  ar.,  armed  and  maned,  or.    Over,  fork 

over.  70.  5 

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

vambraced,  in  hand  a  sword,  ppr.      140.   13 

CONYSTON,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 

peacock's  tail,  ppr.  117.   5 

Coo,  a  crane,  supporting  an  anchor,  ppr. 

.115.   II 

COOCK,  or  COOK,  a  talbot,  sejant,  resting  dex- 
ter on  an  escutcheon,  or.  61.   10 
COOK,  or  COOKE,  Hants.,  a  dexter  arm,  em- 
bowed,  ppr.,  in  hand  a  chaplet  of  laurel, 
vert,  surmounted  by  an  etoile,  ar. 

comp.  123.  7 

COOK,  Yorks.  and   Northumb.,  a   demi-lion, 

gardant,  sa.,  ducally  gorged,  or.  see  plate  42 

COOK,  Lond.,  a  demi-lion,  gu.,  in  dexter  an 

etoile,  or,  comp,  44.  10 


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.  1 08.  12 

COOK,  Beds.,  an  ostrich,  in  mouth  a  horse- 
shoe, ar.  1 08.  13 

COOK,  or  COOKE,  Hants.,  a  dexter  arm,  em- 
bowed,  ppr.,  encircled  with  a  wreath  of 
laurel,  vert,  in  hand  an  etoile,  or. 

comp.  123.  7 

COOK,  Sco.,  a  sea-chart,  ppr.  Tutum  monstrat 
iter.  52.  9 

COOKE,  Derb.,  the  sun  in  splendour,  or.  7.   10 

COOKE  of  Cordangen,  Iri.,  a  demi-lion,  ram- 
pant, gu.,  between  paws  a  mullet,  or.  Tu, 
ne  cede  malis,  sed  contra  audentior  ito. 

46.    2 

COOKE,  Ess.,  a  bear's  head,  erased,  in  mouth  a 

trefoil,  slipped. 

COOKE  of  Peak,  Yorks. ,  a  lion's  head,  ar.  47.  14 
COOKE,  Kent  and  Suss.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a 

beaver,  passant,  or.  33-7 

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.  43.    1 5 

COOKE,  Ess.  and  Glouc.,  a  unicorn's  head,  or, 

between  wings,  addorsed,  az.       see  plate  70 
COOKE,  Lond.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 

dragon's  head,  ar.  90.   12 

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.  18.   10 

COOKE,  Suff.,  a  lion's  head  and  neck,  erased, 

affrontee,  ar.  comp.  47.  3 

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.  19.  9 

COOKE,  Iri.,  a  leopard's  head,  erased,  pean. 

10.  6 

COOKE,  a  cockatrice,  wings  expanded.    92.   13 
COOKE,  Norf .,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  or,  two 

wings  expanded. 
COOKE,  Warw.,  a  wolf's  head,  gorged  with  two 

bars.  comp.  19.  3 

COOKE,    Suff.,  a  demi-cockatrice,   wings   ad- 
dorsed, ppr.  comp.  92.  9 
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.  120.  9 

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.  82.  7 

COOKE,  an  arm,  erect,  vested,  in  hand  a  bunch 

of  columbines  and  roses,  ar.,  cuffed,  ppr. 

comp.  156.   12 

COOKE,  Sco.,  a  griffin's  head,  ar.  87.  6 

COOKE,  Suff.,  a  griffin,  segreant,  sa.         86.   10 
COOKE,  an  ostrich,  in  mouth  a  horse-shoe,  or. 

108.  13 


coo 


COP 


COOKE,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  or,  an  eagle's 
head,  ar.  98.  I 

COOKER,  Devons.,  within  the  horns  of  a  cres- 
cent, gu.,  an  etoile,  or.  126.  7 

COOKES,  Wore.,  in  hand  a  dagger,  ppr.    76.  8 

COOKES,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  negress' 

head,  affrontee,  sa.,  with  ear-rings,  wreathed. 

comp.  129.  II 

COOKES  of  Bentley,  Wore.,  out  of  a  mural 
coronet,  an  arm,  in  hand  a  short  sword. 
Deo,  JRegi,  Viclno.  120.  9 

COOKESEY,  and  COOKSEY,  Eng.,  on  a  garb,  in 
fess,  a  cock,  standing,  ppr.  94.  1O 

COOKMAN,  a  griffin's  head,  between  wings,  ex- 
panded, or,  ducally  gorged,  az.  see  plate  88 

COOKSON,  Cumb.,  a  demi-lion.  Nil  desperan- 
dum.  44.  14 

COOKSON,  Line.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  sa., 
ducally  crowned,  or.  comp.  46.  3 

COOKSON,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  supporting  a 
staff,  raguly.  39.  7 

COOKSON  of  Whitehill,  Durh.,  a  demi-lion, 
rampant,  bearing  a  staff,  raguly,  ppr.  Nil 
desperandum.  39.  7 

COOKSON  of  Meldon  Park,  Northumb.,  same 
crest  and  motto. 

COOLEY,  Eng.,  a  leopard's  head,  ^essant-de-lis, 
or.  48.  4 

COOLING,  Eng.,  a  griffin,  segreant,  ar.,  beaked 
and  legged,  or.  86.  10 

COOMBES,  or  COOMBS,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand,  a 
cushion.  150.  14 

COOMBS,  Hants.,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  a  lion, 
passant.  Dare,  but  fear  not.  37.  3 

COOP,  or  COOPE,  Eng.,  a  demi-eagle,  with  two 
heads,  displayed.  comp.  96.  9 

COOPER,  Sco.,  a  dexter  arm,  embowed,  in  hand 
a  battle-axe,  ppr.  Pour  ma  patrie.  146.  2 

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.  51.  IO 

COOPER,  Iri.,  a  demi-leopard,  gardant,  in  dex- 
ter a  rose,  all  ppr.  comp.  g.  9 

COOPER,  East  Dereham,  Norf.,  a  falcon,  close, 
ppr.  104.  2 

COOPER,  Bart.,  in  hand  a  garland,  ppr.  Vir- 
tute.  151.  5 

COOPER,  an  arm,  erect,  ppr.,  in  hand  a  chaplet, 
vert.  151.  5 

COOPER,  a  phcenix  in  flames.  101.  10 

COOPER,  a  sand-glass,  ppr.  153.  I 

COOPER,  Sco.,  between  horns  of  a  crescent,  an 
etoile  of  six  points,  ppr.  126.  7 

COOPER,  a  lion's  head,  ar. ,  erased,  gu.,  gorged 
with  a  chaplet  of  laurel,  ppr.  47.  12 

COOPER,  a  greyhound,  sejant,  sa.  1 8.   14 

COOPER,  Northumb.,  a  cock's  head,  erased,  or. 

94-  9 

COOPSR,  Yorks.,  a  lion,  sejant,  ar.,  supporting 
a  battle-axe,  sa.,  headed,  of  the  first.    38.  9 
COOPER,  a  dove,  with  olive-branch,  ppr. 

1 06.  7 

COOPER,   Kent,    Suss.,   and  Herts.,  in   lion's 
gamb,  or,  a  branch,  vert,  fructed,  gu.  51.  8 
COOPER,  Glouc.,  on  a  mural  coronet,  ar.,  a  pe- 
lican, vulning,  ppr.  99.  8 
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. 

25..  14 


COOPER,  Dors.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up, 
erm.,  a  bull,  passant,  sa.,  ducally  gorged,  or. 

IS-   13 

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.  44.  15 

COOPER,  Durh.,  a  bull,  passant.  14.   14 

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.  150.  7.  ,(2.)  On  sinister,  an  oak- 
tree,  with  a  branch  borne  down  by  a  weight, 
both  ppr.  Resurge.  25.  14 

COOPER  -  ASHLEY,  Baron  Shaftesbury.  See 
SHAFTESBURY. 

COORE  of  Scruton  Hall,  Yorks.,  a  unicorn's 
head,  or.  Qui  semina  vertu  raccoglia  fama. 

70.  4 

COORE,  Eng.,  a  tower,  triple-towered.    23.   10 

COOTE,  Bart.,  Donny brook,  Iri.,  a  coot,  ppr. 

109.  7 

COOTE,  Eng.,  same  crest. 

COOTE  of  Mount  Coote,  co.  Limerick,  same 
crest. 

COOTE,  Bart.,  Ballyfin,  Iri.,  a  coot,  close,  ppr. 
Vincit  veritas.  109.  7 

COOTE,  Line.,  Norf.,  and  Ess.,  a  coot's  head, 
erased,  sa.  113.  9 

COOTES,  a  cubit  arm,  erect,  vested,  in  hand, 
ppr.,  a  covered  cup,  of  the  first,  comp.  142.  1 1 

COPE,  Bart.,  Hants,  a  fleur-de-lis,  or,  issuing 
from  the  top  thereof  a  dragon's  head,  gu. 
JEque  adeste  animo.  comp.  142.  13 

COPE,  Eng.,  a  fleur-de-lis.  142.  13 

COPE,  Iri.,  a  harp,  gu.  77.  n 

COPELAND,  a  lion,  passant,  ppr.  36.   I 

COPELAND,  a  nag's  head,  couped,  bridled. 

COPEN,  in  dexter  hand  a  pair  of  compasses. 
Vivitur  ingenio.  137.  1 1 

COPENGER,  Norf.,  a  falcon's  leg,  belled,  and 
wing  conjoined,  ppr.  52.  4 

COPENGER,  Lond.,  a  buck's  head,  ar.      84.  n 

COPILDIKE,  COPLEDIKE,  and  COPLEDYKE,  Kent, 

a  wyvern,  wings  addorsed,   statant,   on   a 
wheel,  ppr.  91.  3 

COPINGER,  Suff.,  a  chamois-deer's  head,  sa.  55.  4 
COPINGER,  Kent,  a  ram's  head,  sa.  57'  9 

COPINGER,  a  parrot's   head,    between   wings, 
vert,  in  mouth,  gu.,  a  sprig  of  three  mari- 
golds, ppr.,  leaved,  or.  comp.  118.  2 
COPLAND,  COPELAND,  and  COWPLAND,  Eng.,  in 
hand  a  military  sash.  148.  5 
COPLAND,  COPELAND,  and  COWPLAND,  Eng.,  a 
castle,  triple-towered,  ppr.,  ensigned  with  a 
flag,  gu.,  charged  with  a  cross,  ar.       23.   10 
COPLAND,  a  horse's  head  and  neck,  couped, 
bridled,  and  decked  with  oak-slips,  fructed, 
ppr. 

COPLAND,  a  lion,  rampant,  winged.         40.   1 5 
COPLAND,   a  chevalier,   in  armour,  on  horse- 
back, in  dexter  a  sword.  140.  H 


COP 


COB 


COPLAND,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  swan's  head. 

75.  8 

COPLAND,  Aberdeen,  a  swan,  wings  addorsed, 
neck  embowed,  ppr.,  gorged  with  a  ducal 
coronet,  sa.  jfiquo  adeste  animo.  comp.  76.  IO 

COPLESTONE,  Dors,  and  Devons.,  a  wolf,  pas- 
sant, az.  63.  3 

COPLESTONE,  Dors,  and  Devons.,  a  demi-tiger, 
gu.,  maned  and  tufted,  or.  62.  9 

COPLESTONE,  a  demi-lion,  rampant.          44.   14 

COPLEY,  Baron  Lyndhurst.     See  LYNDHURST. 

COPLEY,  Bart.,  Yorks.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased, 

88.  7 

COPLEY,  a  dexter  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
wreathed  with  laurel,  and  charged  with  an 
escallop,  in  hand  a  sword.  comp.  140.  13 

COPLEY,  Yorks.,  a  covered  cup,  or. 

comp.  142.    II 

COPLEY,  Yorks.,  on  a  goat's  head,  attired,  or, 
four  crescents.  see  plate  55 

COPLEY,  Suff.,  a  griffin,  sejant,  regardant, 
wings  expanded,  ar. 

COPLEY,  Surr.  and  Yorks.,  a  griffin,  sejant,  ar., 
ducally  gorged  and  lined,  or. 

comp.  88.  3  and  13 

COPLEY,  Yorks.,  out.  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or, 
eight  ostrich-feathers,  ar.,  three  and  five. 
In  cruce  vinco.  109.  6 

COPOLDYKE,  Line.,  a  goat's  head,  erased,  ar., 
armed  and  ducaHy  gorged,  or.  comp.  55.  2 

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.  81.  14 

COPPEN,  out  of  an  earl's  coronet,  or,  a  demi- 
griffin,  gold,  armed,  sa.,  ducally  gorged,  az. 

see  plate  86 

COPPENDALE,  Middx.,  a  stag,  at  gaze,  ppr., 
attired,  or.  81.  10 

COPPIN,  Norf.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
demi-griffin,  az.,  beaked  and  legged,  gold. 

86.  2 

COPPINGER,  or  COPPENGER,  a  demi-lion,  ram- 
pant. 44.  14 

COPPINGER,  Lond.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant. 
Virtute  non  vi.  44.  14 

COPPINGER  of  Bally volane,  Cork,  a  demi-lion, 
rampant.  Virtute  non  vi.  44.  14 

COPPINGER  of  Midleton,  Cork,  same  crest  and 
motto. 

COPPINGER,  or  COPPENGER,  Iri.,  in  dexter  hand, 
ppr.,  vested,  or,  a  holly-branch,  vert. 

comp.  156.   12 

COPPULL,   Lane.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  erm., 

charged  with  three  guttee,  two  and  one,  or. 

comp.  47.  13 

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.  29.  6 

COPWOOD,  Herts.,  an  eagle,  displayed,  vert. 

95-   J3 
COPWOOD,  Herts.,  an  eagle,  wings  addorsed,  or. 

100.   12 
COR,  Sco.,  an  increscent  and  decrescent,  or. 

93.   3 

CORAM,  and  CORHAM,  Devons.,  a  beaver,  pas- 
sant, or.  33.  1 1 
CORBALLY,  Iri.,  a  trout,  naiant,  ppr.         5.   1 1 
CORBEN,  CORBIN,  and  CORBYN,  in  dexter  hand, 
ppr.,  a  cross  pattee,  fitched,  az.          152.   15 


CORBEN,  Middx.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  az.,  in 
dexter  a  sword,  ppr.  Sapit  qui  reputat.  44.  1 1 

CORBET,  Sco.,  a  raven's  head,  erased,  sa; 
Save  me,  Lord  !  67.  7 

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.  24.  1 1 

CORBET,  Lond.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  squirrel, 
sejant,  cracking  a  nut,  or,  leaved,  ppr. 

comp.  58.    II 

CORBET,  Norf.  and  Suff.,  a  squirrel,  sejant,  or. 

58.  12 

CORBET,  or  CORBETT,  Sco.  and  Iri.,  a  crow,  sa. 

114.   10 

CORBET,  Bart.,  Salop,  an  elephant  and  castle, 
ppr.  Deus  pascit  corvos.  24.  1 1 

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.  19.  8 

CORBOT,  an  elephant,  on  back  a  tower,  all  ppr. 

24.    ii 

CORBREAKE,  and  CORBREYKE,  Eng.,  in  dexter 
hand  a  roll  of  paper,  ppr.  125.  3 

CORBREAKE,  a  cross  crosslet,  gu.  140.   14 

CORBY,  on  a  chapeau,  a  dove,  wings  addorsed, 
ppr.  105*  2 

CORBY,  in  the  sea,  ppr.,  a  pillar,  ar.         136.  5 

CORBYN,  a  lion,  rampant.  41.   12 

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.  127.  6 

CORDALL,  Suss.,  a  cockatrice,  vert,  beaked, 
combed,  jelloped,  and  crowned,  gu.  92.  13 

CORDALL,  Norf.  and  Suff.,  a  cockatrice,  vert, 
combed  and  wattled,  gu.  92.  13 

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.  128.  2 

CORDERAY,  and  CORDEROY,  a  human  heart,  gu., 
ducally  crowned,  or.  comp.  130.  I 

CORDIN,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  between  two 
serpents,  in  orle,  nowed  at  top,  and  respect- 
ing each  other.  comp.  34.  10 

CORDINGLEY,  Eng.,  out  of  a  crown  vallery,  or, 
an  arm,  embowed,  vested,  az.,  in  hand  an 
oak -branch,  fructed,  ppr.  144.  2 

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.  158.  14 

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. 

114.   10 

CORITON,  or  CORYTON,  a  lion,  passant,  gardant, 
gu.  Dum  spiro  spero.  36.  13 

CORK  and  ORRERY,  Earl  of.     See  BOYLE. 

CORK,  by  a  tree,  vert,  a  holy  lamb,  passant, 
with  staff  and  banner,  ppr.  comp.  55.  13 

CORKE,  Eng.,  out  of.  a  cloud,  a  hand,  erect, 
pointing  to  a  star,  ppr.  159-  *> 


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CORKER,  Iri.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  erm.,  hold- 
ing an  etoile,  or.  see  plate  44 

CORMAC,  or  CORMACK,  on  a  rock,  a  martlet, 
ppr.  Sine  timore.  119.  1 1 

CORMICK,  Iri.,  in  hand,  in  fess,  a  sword,  in 
pale,  on  point  a  garland  of  laurel,  ppr. 

128.  7 

CORNACK,  a  sword,  in  pale,  ppr.,  hilt  and  pom- 
mel, or.  65.  6 

CORNELIUS,  Eng.,  out  of  a  cloud,  in  dexter 
hand,  in  fess,  ppr.,  a  cross  pattee,  fitched, 
az.  144.  5 

CORNELL,  Kent,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
demi-lion,  rampant,  ar.  Certum  petefinem. 

44-   13 

CORNER,  in  lion's  gamb,  erased,  an  eagle's  leg, 
erased.  44.  3 

CORNEWALL,  Bart.,  Lond.  and  Herts. :  (i.)  A 
Cornish  chough,  ppr.  114.  10.  (2.)  A  demi- 
lion,  rampant,  gu.,  ducally  crowned,  or.  La 
vie  durante.  comp.  46.  3 

CORNET,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  on  neck  a  rose. 
comp.  47.   i  and  13 

CORNET,  Lond.,  a  bugle-horn,  ar.,  stringed, 
gu.  Fac  recte,  nil  time.  I.  12  or  13 

CORNINGHAM,  Eng.,  a  rock,  ppr.  67.  5 

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.  114.  IO 

CORNISH  of  Marazion,  Cornw.,  a  Cornish 
chough,  sa.,  wings  addorsed,  beaked  and 
legged,  gu.,  standing  on  branch  of  olive, 
ppr.  comp.  1 14.  10 

CORNISH,  Beds.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
demi-eagle,  displayed,  sa.  101.  2 

CORNISH,  an  eagle,  displayed.  96.  10 

CORNS,  Eng.,  a  stag,  trippant,  ppr.  Pacem 
amo.  79.  4 

CORNWALL,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up,  erm., 
a  lion,  statant,  ppr.  37-5 

CORNWALL,  Salop,  a  Cornish  chough,  ppr. 

114.  10 

CORNWALL,  Sco.,  a  Cornish  chough,  hatching 
in  the  face  of  a  rock,  ppr.  We  big,  you  see, 
ivarily.  74.  8 

CORNWALL,  Dors.,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  or, 
in  bend,  blade  of  broken  sword  thrust  down 
throat,  ppr.  comp.  4.  3 

CORNWALL,  Berks.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gu., 
ducally  crowned,  or.  comp.  46.  3 

CORNWALLIS,  Earl  (Mann)  :  (i.)  For  Mann,  a 
demi-dragon,  sa.,  gutte"e-d'eau.  (2.)  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.  79.  2 

CORNWALLIS,  a  lion,  rampant,  gardant,  be- 
tween paws  a  ducal  coronet,  the  whole 
between  two  standards,  see  plates  40  and  41 

CORNWALLIS,  Iri.,  on  a  mount,  a  hind,  statant, 
ppr.  85.  15 

CORP,  Eng.,  a  yew-tree,  ppr.  26.   I 

CORRANCE  of  Parham  Hall,  Suff ,  a  raven,  in 
dexter  an  escutcheon,  sa.,  charged  with  a 
leopard's  face,  or.  1 1 2.  4 

CORREY,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  demi- 
griffin,  ppr.,  wings,  semee  of  trefoils,  sa. 

86.  2 


CO* 

CORRIE,  or  CORRT,  a  demi-cupid,  holding  a 
Irymeneal  torch,  in  pale,  or,  flamed,  gu.  126.  2 

CORRIE,  or  CORRT,  Sco.  and  Iri.,  a  cock,  ppr. 
Vigilans  et  audax.  94.  1 2 

CORRIE,  or  CORRT,  Sco.,  a  demi-lion,  ppr. 
Courage.  44.  14 

CORRT,  Iri.,  a  griffin's  head,  couped.         87.  6 

CORRT,  Iri.,  in  hand,  ppr.,  vested,  az.,  cuffed, 
or,  a  mill-rind,  sa.  152.  12 

CORRT  of  Abbey  Yard,  Newry,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  a  dragon's  head,  between  wings. 
Gripe  fast.  comp.  90.  9 

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.  71.  14 

CORSE,  Sco.,  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  az.  Cer- 
tum pete  jinem.  141.  14 

CORTHINE,  Yorks.,  a  demi-lion,  couped,  in  dex- 
ter an  etoile,  sinister  resting  on  a  torteau. 

see  plate  44 

CORTTON,  Eng.,  a  marigold,  ppr.  53.  2 

CORTTON  of  Pentillie  Castle,  Cornw.,  a  lion, 
passant,  gu.  36.  I 

COSARD,  Hants.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  gu., 
ducally  crowned,  or,  comp.  44.  5 

COSARS,  a  buffalo's  head,  erased,  ppr.        14.  9 

COSARS,  Eng.,  from  a  castle,  triple-towered,  a 
demi-lion,  rampant,  ppr.  23.  5 

COSBT,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  in  hand  two 
pieces  of  broken  spear,  all  ppr.  150.  12 

COSBT,  Iri.,  a  griffin,  segreant,  gu.,  supporting 
broken  spear,  or,  the  head,  ar.  comp.  86.  ib 

COSEN,  Norf.,  on  a  chapeau,  az.,  turned  up, 
erm.,  a  tiger,  sejant,  or.  comp.  9.  loand  12 

COSEN,  Norf.,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  az.,  lined, 
erm.,  a  tiger,  sejant,  or.  9.  2 

COSENS,  Eng.,  a  demi-griffin,  in  paws  a  battle- 
axe,  ppr.  86.  14 

COSGRAVE,  a  tiger's  head,  erased,  affrontee. 

10.  4 

COSGRAVE,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  affrontee. 

83-  3 

COSINS,  or  COSTNS,  Leic.,  a  demi-lion,  ram- 
pant, or,  guttee-de-sang.  44.  14 

COSSAR,  or  COSSER,  a  horse,  tenne",  passant, 
saddled  and  bridled,  ar.  73.  7 

COSSAR,  or  COSSER,. on  a  thistle,  a  bee,  ppr. 

29.  2 

COSSENS,  a  Doric  pillar,  gu.  132.  3 

COSSON,  and  COSSEN,  Lond.  and  Cornw.,  a 
lion,  rampant,  or,  gutte'e-de-sang,  and  ducally 
crowned,  gold.  41.  4 

COSTELLO,  a  falcon,  ppr.,  close,  billed,  or. 
Audaces  fortuna  jurat.  104.  2 

COSTERTON,  Norf.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  lion, 
statant,  erminois,  in  front  of  a  beacon,  or, 
inflamed,  ppr.  Pro  patrid  uro.  see  plate  37 

COSTLET,  Eng.,  in  hand,  erect,  ppr.,  a  cross 
crosslet,  fitched.  1 1 6.  14 

COSWAT,  a  moor's  head,  couped  at  shoulders, 
ppr.  123.  14 

COSTN,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  hare,  sejant,  sa., 
holding  a  bunch  of  flowers,  ppr.  see  plate  58 

COSTN,  Durh.,  an  eagle.  98.   13 

COSTN,  Eng.,  an  anchor,  sa.,  environed  by  a 
serpent,  vert.  138.  14 

COTELL,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  leopard, 
sejant,  ppr.  9.  2 

COTES  of  Woodcote,  Salop,  a  cock,  ppr.,  combed, 
wattled,  and  legged,  or.  94.  12 


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COTES,  Bucks,  and  Leic.,  a  cock,  or,  combed 
and  wattled,  gu.  94.  12 

COTGRAVE,  COTGKEVE,  and  COTGKIEVE,  Eng.,  a 

comet-star,  towards  the  sinister,  ppr.      7.  6 
COTGRAVE,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  demi- 

peacock,  ppr.  1 1 7«   7 

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.  72.  4 

COTHER,  a  dexter  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 

ppr.,   garnished,  or,   in  hand,   also  ppr.,  a 

chaplet,  vert.  143-6 

COTON,  Norf.,  an  eagle,  rising,  or.  98.  10 

COTREL,  and  COTTRELL,  a  talbot's  head,  erased, 

sa.,  collared  and  lined,  ar.,  collar   charged 

with  three  torteaux.  comp.  60.  4 

COTRELL,  and   COTERELL,    a   demi-savage,    in 

dexter  a  club,  round  sinister  arm  a  serpent 

entwined,  all  ppr.  128.  8 

COTSFORD,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  griffin's 

head,  ppr.  86.  3 

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.  36.  3 
COTTER,  Eng.,  two  lions'  paws,  sa.,  supporting 

a  pillar,  ar.  1 1 7.  3 

COTTERALL,   COTTERELL,  and  CQTTERILL,  a 

hand  holding  a  glove,  ppr.  67.  6 

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.  60.  4 

COTTESFORD,  Oxon.  and  Devons.,  a  bear,  cou- 
chant,  sa.,  muzzled  and  collared,  or.  28.  6 

COTTESMORE,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  in 
hand  two  pieces  of  broken  spear,  ppr. 

150.  12 

COTTINGHAM,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  ppr.,  a  grey- 
hound, sejant,  ar.  comp.  18.  13 

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  83 

COTTON,  Lord  Combermere.   See  COMBERMERE. 

COTTON,  Bart.,  Cambs.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased, 
ar.  Fidelitas  vincit.  88.  7 

COTTON,  a  hawk's  head,  erased.  103.  3 

COTTON,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  in  mouth  a 
gauntlet,  ppr. 

COTTON,  Suff.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  ar.  88.  7 

COTTON,  a  hawk,- ppr.,  beaked  and  belled,  or, 
in  foot  a  demi-garter,  sa.,  buckled,  of  the 
second.  comp.  104.  2 

COTTON,  a  Cornish  chough,  in  mouth  a  cotton- 
hank,  all  ppr. 

COTTON,  Glouc.,  five  snakes  tied  together,  ppr. 

in.  8 

COTTON,  Staffs,  and  Wore.,  a  hawk,  ppr., 
beaked  and  legged,  ar.  104.  2 

COTTON,  Hunts.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a 
demi-eagle,  displayed,  ar.  I  or.  2 

COTTON,  Leic.  and  Staffs.,  an  eagle,  displayed, 
ar.  96.  10 

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. 28.  4 

COUCHER,  and  COWCHER,  Eng.,  a  well,  ppr. 

147.   14 

COUCHMAN,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  sa.,  semee 
of  cross  crosslets,  ar.,  between  paws  a  cinque- 
foil,  of  the  last.  see  plate  44 

COUCHTREE,  a  hawk's  head,  between  wings. 

107.   12 

COUDRAT,  COUDREY,  and  COUDRY,  in  lion's 
paw,  erased,  az.,  a  battle-axe,  or.  49.  3 

COULCHER,  Yorks.,  out  of  a  vallery  crown,  a 
buck's  head,  all  ppr.  comp.  83.  13 

COULDWELL,  Eng.,  a  sea-lion,  rampant,  vert. 

69.  7 

COULSON,  Northumb.,  in  nest,  ppr.,  a  pelican 
feeding  her  young,  ar.,  vulning,  ppr.  97.  2 

COULSON,  and  COULSTON,  Eng.,  a  dolphin, 
naiant,  sa.  68.  1  1 

COULSON,  and  COULSTON,  Hants.,  an  eagle, 
wings  addorsed,  ar.,  preying  on  a  dolphin, 
ppr.  see  plate  97 

COULSON  of  Blenkinsopp,  Northumb.,  a  peli- 
can feeding  her  young.  Je  mourrai  pour 
ceux  que  faime.  97.  2 

COULT,  Sco.,  an  arm,  embowed,  hand  grasping 
a  dart,  ppr.  Transfigam.  157.  6 

COULTER,  a  harpy,  gardant.  32.   1  1 

COULTHAND,  Cumb.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gu. 

44.  14 

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.  71.  6 

[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.  142.  5 

COULTNAN,  Eng.,  three  ears  of  wheat,  ppr. 

13-  8 
COULTON,  a  lion's  paw,  supporting  an  escut- 

cheon. 45.  2 

COULTS,  Sco.,  a  demi-inoor,  shooting  an  arrow, 

ppr.  125.   5 

COUPER,  Bart.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  a  hand 

grasping  a  garland,  ppr.      Virtute. 

comp.  152.   3 
COUPER,   on  a  mural  coronet,  ar.,   a  pelican, 

wings  addorsed,  erm.,  beaked  and  legged,  or, 

vulned,  gu.  99.  8 

COUPER,   Eng.,   a    dexter    arm,  erect,    hand 

clenched,  gu.  157.   14 

COUPER,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  garland,  ppr.    Virtute. 

151-  5 

COUPER,  an  arm,  in  hand  a  cutlass,  ppr.   146.  4 
COUPER,  or  COUPIR,  Eng.,  a  cock's  head,  gu. 

94.  9 

COUPLAND,  Eng.,  a  salmon,  naiant,  ppr.  5.  II 
COURCY,  DE,  Lord  Courcy,  on  a  ducal  coronet, 

or,  an  eagle,  displayed,  az.      Vincit  omnia 

veritas.  comp.  95.  2  and  13 

COURCY,  DE,  Eng.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  in 

hand  a  mullet,  ppr.  152.   3 

COURT,  and  COWRT,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  core- 


COTJ 


105 


net,  or,  a  unicorn's  head,  ar. ,  armed  and 
crined,  gold,  charged  with  a  mullet,  gu.   70.  I 

COURT,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  ppr.  83.    13 

COURT,  A',  Eng.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  regard- 
ant. 47-  13 

COURTEENE,  Wore.,  a  demi-talbot,  sa.      61.   5 

COURTEIS,  Eng.,  a  demi-husbandman,  over 
shoulder  a  ploughshare.  143.  14 

COURTEIS,  and  COURTEYS,  a  wolf's  head,  couped, 
ar.,  collared  and  spiked,  sa.,  chained,  or. 

comp.  62.  2 

COURTENAY,  a  dolphin,  naiant,  ppr.         68.   1 1 

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?  68.  II 

COURTHOPE,  Kent,  a  camel's  head,  or,  vulned, 
gu.  see  plate  3 1 

COURTHOPE,  Suff.,  a  demi-stag,  gu.,  semee  of 
etoiles,  and  attired,  or.  79.  13 

COURTHORP,  Suss.,  an  arm,  erect,  ppr.,  in 
hand  an  anchor,  az.,  flute  and  ring,  or. 

151-   13 
COURTIS,  Eng.,  a  phoenix  in  flames,  ppr. 

101.   10 

COURTIS,  an  oak-tree.  25.  5 

COURTNEY,  Iri.,  a  cherub,  wings  in   saltier, 

ppr.  130.    10 

COURTNEY,  Iri.,  a  cherub,  ppr.  1 36.  2 

COURTNEY,  Devons.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or, 

a  plume   of  feathers,   ar.,  charged   with   a 

crescent,  sa.  108.  2 

COURTOIS,  and  COURTOYS,  a  mount,  vert. 

134.  ii 

COURTOIS,   and    COURTOYS,  a    castle,   triple- 
towered.  23.  10 
COURTOWN,  Earl  of  (Stopford),  a  wyvern,  wings 

addorsed,  vert.     Patrice  infelici  fidelis.   91.  5 
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.    57.  7 
COUSINS,  Oxon.,  a  falcon,  ppr.      Surgam. 

104.    2 
COUSINS,  Sco.,  a  demi-eagle,  wings  expanded, 

ppr.     Right  and  Reason.  101.   13 

COUSMAKER,  and  COUSSMAKER,  Eng.,  an  etoile. 

or.  128.  5 

COUSTON,  Sco.  and  Eng.,  a  sword  and  garb,  in 

saltier,  ppr.  12.   12 

COUTS,  Sco.,  a  stag's  head,  erased.     Esse  quam 

videri.  83.   13 

COUTTS,  Eng.,  a  demi-moor,  shooting  a  bow, 

ppr.  132.   ii 

COUTTS,  a  demi-centaur,  ppr.  133.   13 

COVE,  Eng ,  in  lion's  paw  a  palm-branch,  ppr. 

43-  5 

COVE,  Heref.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
dexter  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  in  gauntlet 
a  battle-axe,  ppr.  see  plate  141 

COVELL,  Lond.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up, 
erm.,  a  lion,  passant,  ar.,  charged  with  a  file 
of  three  lambeaux,  gu.  comp.  37.  8 

COVENTRY,  Earl  of  (Coventry),  on  a  garb,  in 
fess,  or,  a  cock,  gu.,  combed,  wattled,  and 
legged,  gold.  Candide  et  constanter.  94.  10 

COVENTRY,  Lord  Alesburgh,  same  crest. 

COVENTRY,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up,  ar.,  a 
cock -pheasant,  ppr.,  beaked  and  membered, 
of  the  first.  comp.  113.  13 


COW 

COVERDALE,  and  COVERDALL,  Eng.,  a  lion, 
rampant.  41.  12 

COVERT,  Suss.,  a  leopard's  head,  or.         10.   12 
COVERT,  Kent  and  Surr.,  a  leopard's  face,  or. 

47-  2 

COVERT,  Kent  and  SUIT.,  a  lion's  face,  or.    47.  4 

COVERT,  Somers.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
unicorn's  head,  ar. ,  armed  and  crined,  gold, 
charged  with  a  mullet,  gu.  comp.  70.  I 

COVILL,  and  COVILLE,  an  arm,  in  armour,  em- 
bowed,  ppr.,  bound  with  a  shoulder  ribbon, 
gu.,  in  hand  a  club.  151.  IO 

Cow,  COWE,  Co  WEE,  COWEY,  and  COWIE,  Eng., 
a  feather,  in  pale,  ppr.  65.  10 

COWAN,  Bo'ness,  an  escallop,  or.  Sic  itur  in 
altum.  5.  i 

COWAN,  a  demi-lion,  double  queued,  ppr.  46.  12 

COWAN,  Iri.,  a  lion,  rampant,  sa.,  ducally 
crowned,  or.  41.  I 

COWAN,  out  of  clouds,  ppr.,  a  cubit  arm,  erect, 
also  ppr.,  in  hand  a  heart,  gu. 

COWAN,  a  fret,  gu.  128.  n 

COWAN,  a  demi-greyhound,  sa.,  between  feet 
a  stag's  head,  cabossed,  ar.,  attired,  or. 

see  plate  17 

COWBROUGH,  and  COWBRUGH,  Sco.,  a  griffin's 
head,  between  wings,  ppr.  88.  6 

COWCEY,  COWCIE,  and  COWEY,  Eng.,  out  of  a 
ducal  coronet,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
in  hand  an  anchor,  corded,  all  ppr.  I.  5 

COWDEN,  Eng.,  a  demi-lion,  sa.,  charged  with 
annulets,  or.  comp.  44.  14 

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.  5 

COWEY,  DE,  Eng.,  a  nag's  head,  ar.,  bridled, 
gu.  72.  7 

COWELL,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up, 
erm.,  a  lion,  passant,  or,  gorged  with  a 
label,  of  the  first  comp.  38.  8 

COWELL,  Sco.,  out  of  a  bush,  a  lion's  face,  ppr. 

48.  10 

COWEN,  Eng.,  on  a  winged  globe,  an  eagle, 
rising,  ppr.  8.  2 

COWIE,  Sco.,  a  fleur-de-lis,  az.  Per  ccelifavo- 
rem.  142.  13 

COWIE,  Surr.,  on  stump  of  tree,  sprouting  new 
branches,  a  falcon,  wings  expanded,  ppr. 

see  plate  105 

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.  46.  I 

COWLEY,  Lond.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
demi-lion,  ermines.  44,  13 

COWLEY,  on  a  mural  coronet,  az.,  a  leopard's 
head,  ar.,  jessant-de-lis,  or.  comp.  10.  5 

COWLING,  on  a  lion's  head,  erased,  az.,  a  cha- 
peau. 43.  4 

COWMEADOW,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  ar.,  in 
dexter  a  trefoil,  slipped,  vert.  see  plate  41 

COWPER,  Earl  (Cooper),  in  lion's  gamb,  erect, 
or,  a  branch,  vert,  fretted,  gu.  Tuum  est. 

43-  5 

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. 

150-  7 


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106 


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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.  51.  8 

COWPER,  Suss.,  in  a  pheon,  ar.,  a  laurel  sprig, 
ppr.,  between  wings,  gu. 

COPPER,  Glouc.,  in  hand,  a  cutlass.         158.  9 

COWSFIELD,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  camel's 
head.  comp.  31.  9 

Cox,  Limerick,  an  antelope's  head,  erased,  sa., 
attired,  or,  transfixed  through  neck  by  a 
broken  spear,  ppr.  Fortiter  etfidditer.  82.  8 

Cox  of  Coolcliffe,  Wexford,  a  goat's  head, 
erased,  sa.  Fide  et  fortitudine.  55-  2 

Cox  of  Broxwood,  Heref.,  an  antelope's  head, 
erased,  ppr.,  pierced  through  neck  by  a  spear. 

82.  8 

Cox,  Lond.,  a  goat's  head,  erased,  ar.       55-2 

Cox,  Iri.,  two  hands  conjoined,  supporting  a 
heart,  gu.  133-3 

Cox,  Bart.,  Iri.,  a  goat's  head,  erased,  az., 
armed,  or.  Fide  et  fortitudine.  55.  2 

Cox,  Herts.,  an  antelope's  head,  erased,  sa., 
pierced  through  neck  by  a  broken  spear  and 
vulned,  gu.  82.  8 

Cox,  Suss.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  sa.,  pierced 
through  neck  by  an  arrow,  gu.,  headed  and 
feathered,  ar.  comp,  78.  7 

Cox,  Lond.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  ppr.,  garnished, 
or,  in  hand  a  battle-axe,  ar.,  handle,  gu. 

154.  10 

Cox,  Sco.,  out  of  the  sea,  an  arm,  in  hand  an 
anchor,  cabled,  ppr.  151.  13 

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.  94.    12 

Cox,  Kent,  a  demi-horse,  salient,  ar.,  charged 
on  neck  with  a  thunderbolt,  ppr. 

comp.  72.  10 

Cox,  Norf . ,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  griffin's 
head,  between  wings.  ioo.  3 

COXAN,  or  COXEN.  a  lion,  rampant,  or,  in  dex- 
ter a  fleur-de-lis,  az.  41-9 

COXE,  Lond.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  ar.,  col- 
lared, sa.,  in  dexter  a  spear-head,  or. 

comp.  42.   1 1 

COXED,  Oxon.,  out  of  an  Eastern  crown,  or, 
a  griffin's  head,  vert,  langued,  ppr. 

COXHEAD,  a  lion,  passant.  36.   I 

COXON,  or  COXSON,  a  cock,  ar.,  combed, 
wattled,  and  legged,  gu.  94.  12 

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.  80.  5 

COXTON,  Eng.,  an  antelope,  passant,  ppr.  82.  14 

COXWELL,  Glouc.,  a  dragon's  head,  ar.,  between 
wings,  gu.  90.  9 

COYLE,  Iri.,  a  hind's  head,  erased,  or.       63.  7 

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.  68.  6 

COYNERS,  Eng.,  a  sinister  wing,  gu.       107.   14 

COYNEY,  or  COYNY,  Eng.,  an  oak  branch,  ppr. 

54-   12 


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.  65.  6 

COZENS,  Eng.,  a  lion,  rampant,  sa.,  in  dexter  a 

battle-axe,  az.,  hafted,  gu.  see  plates  40  and  41 
CRAB,  Sco.,  a  salmon,  naiant,  ppr.  5.   1 1 

CRAB,  or  CRABBE,  a  shield,  az.,  charged  with 

a  fleur-de-lis,  or. 
CRAB,  or  CRABBE,  in   lion's   gamb,  erased,  a 

dagger,  ppr.  45.  8 

CRABTREE,  Eng.,    in   hand,   erect,    a  dagger, 

ppr.  122.  12 

CRACHERODE,  a  demi-boar,  salient,  regardant, 

or,  wounded  in  shoulder  with  an  arrow,  ppr., 

held  in  mouth.  comp.  4.  5  and  6 

CRACKLOW,  Eng.,  out  of  a  crescent,  a  flame  of 

fire,  ppr.  52.   12 

CRACROFT  of  Hackthorn,  Line.,  a  stork,  ppr., 

supporting  a  battle-axe,  staff,  or,  headed,  ar. 

see  plate  115 

CRADDOCK,  or  CRADOCK,  Somers.  and  Wilts., 

a    bear's    head,  erased,   sa.,   billettee,   and 

muzzled,  or.  28.  2 

CRADDOCK  or  CRADOCK,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 

or,  a  lion's  paw  holding  a  spear,  tasselled, 

ppr.  39.   12. 

CRADDOCK,  or  CRADOCK,  Iri.,  a  lion,  rampant, 

between  paws  a  ducal  coronet.  40.  6 

CRADDOCK,  or  CRADOCK,  stump  of  oak-tree, 

sprouting  a  branch  on  sinister  side,  ppr. 

26.   13 
CRADDOCK,  or  CRADOCK,  Eng.  and  Wei.,  a 

horse,  passant,  sa.  72.   12 

CRADDOCK,  or  CRADOCK,  a  bear's  head,  couped, 

ar.,  muzzled,  gu.  20.  9 

CRADOCK,  or  CARADOC,  Baron  Howden.     See 

HOWDEN. 

CRACKANTHORPE  of  Newbiggin  Hall,  West- 
moreland, a  holly-tree,  ppr.  26.  4 

CRAFFORD,  a  falcon's  head,  or.  103.  3 

CRAFORD,  Kent  and  Ess.,  a  hawk's  head,  or. 

103.  3 

CRAFORD,  Northumb.,  an  eagle's  head,  between 
wings,  ar.  102.  13 

CRAFORD,  Berks.,  a  deer's  head,  ppr.,  between 
attires,  a  cross.  83.  4 

CRAFTON,  Eng.,  a  dolphin,  haurient,  swallowing 
a  fish,  ppr.  68.  7 

CRAG,  or  CRAGG,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu., 
turned  up,  erm.,  a  fleur-de-lis,  between 
wings,  az.  144.  9 

CRAGGS,  two  arms  embowed,  on  each  hand  a 
scimitar,  ppr.  146.  9 

CRAICK,  Sco.,  an  anchor,  ppr.     Providence. 

153-   " 

CRAIG,  Sco.,  a  chevalier  on  horseback,  in  dex- 
ter a  broken  spear,  all  ppr.  J'ai  bonne 
esperance.  73.  12 

CRAIG,  GIBSON-,  Bart.,  Sco.,  a  chevalier  on 
horseback,  in  dexter  a  broken  spear,  all 
ppr.  Vive  Deo  ut  vivas.  73.  12 

CRAIG,  Iri.,  a  demi-lion,  gu.,  in  dexter  a  mullet, 
or.  46.  2 

CRAIG,  or  CRAIGE,  Sco..  a  chevalier  on  horse- 
back, holding  a  broken  lance,  in  bend,  all 
ppr.  Vive  ut  vivas.  73.  12 

CRAIG,  Eng.,  a  lion's  head,  vert,  collared,  or. 

49.    14 

CRAIG,  Sco.,  a  pillar,  ar.  132.  3 

CRAIGDALLIE,  Sco.,  a  dexter  hand,  pulling  a 
thistle,  ppr.  29.  13 


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107 


CRA 


CRAIGDALLIE,  Sco.,  a  lion,  rampant,  holding  a 

battle-axe,  ppr.  sec  plates  40  and  41 

CKAIGDALLIE,  a  pillar,  ar.  132.  3 

CKAIGG,  Sco.,  a  cornucopia.     Honeste  vivo. 

30.    1 3  or  14 
CKAIGG,  CKAIGG E,  or  CRAIGE,  a  boar,  passant, 

ar.  4.    II 

CRAIGIE,  Sco.,  a  pillar,  ppr.  132.  3 

CRAIGIE,    Bart.,    Gairsay,    Orkney,    a    boar, 

passant,  ar.,  armed,  az.    Timor  omnes  abesto. 

4.   II 
CKAIGT,  Sco.,  a  boar,  passant,  ar.,  armed  and 

langued,  gu.     Timor  omnes  abesto.         4.   1 1 
CRAIK,  an  eagle's  leg,  erased  at  thigh,  ppr. 

comp.  107.   13 

CRAIK,  Iri.,  a  goat's  head,  ar.,  armed,  gu.  55.  2 
CRAISTER,  Northumb.,  a  raven,  ppr.  114.  10 
CRAKE,  on  a  chapeau,  ppr.,  a  talbot,  sejant,  or. 

60.   13 
CRAKENTHORP,  Eng.,  three  ears  of  wheat,  or. 

13-  § 

CRAKENTHORPE,  a  pillar,  ensigned  with  a  heart. 

50.   14 

CRAKER,  Lond.,  on  a  chapeau,  ppr.,  a  talbot, 
sejant,  or.     Fides  prcestantior  auro.     60.   13 
CRAMER,  or  CRAMMER,  Eng.,  a  gauntlet,  ppr. 

153-  8 

CRAMER,  on  a  mount,  a  cock,  wings  expanded, 
ppr.  Non  dormit  qui  custodit.  94.  2 

CRAMER,  Iri.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  tal- 
bot's  head,  sa.,  eared,  ar.  60.  6 

CRAMMOND,  Sco.,  a  tower,  ar.,  masoned,  sa. 
My  hope  is  constant  in  thee.  22.  14 

CRAMPHORNE,  Herts.,  a  talbot's  head,  erased, 
erm.,  eared,  sa.,  gorged  with  a  collar,  gu., 
charged  with  three  cross  crosslets,  fitched, 
or.  comp.  60.  4 

CRAMPTON,  Iri.,  a  Roman  fasces,  in  pale,  ppr. 

90.  3 

CRANAGE,  Chesh.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  a 
demi-monkey,  ppr.  35-  8 

CRANAGE,  Chesh.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a 
demi-stork,  wings  expanded,  ppr.  see  plate  115 

GRANDER,  Suff.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  in  hand 
a  sheaf  of  arrows,  ppr.  146.  I 

CRANE,  Suff.,  a  crane,  ppr.  115.  8 

CRANE,  Iri.,  a  wheel,  sa.  39.  2 

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.  99.  3 

CRANFORD,  Eng.,  a  cross  moline,  sa.         77-9 

CRANMER,  and  CRANMORE,  Notts.,  a  crane's 
head,  erased,  az.,  pierced  through  neck  by 
an  arrow,  ppr.  comp.  115.  5 

CRANSTON,  Eng.,  a  column,  ar.,  entwined  with 
woodbine,  vert.  158.  I 

CRANSTON,  Sco.,  a  crane's  head,  erased,  ppr. 
/  desire  not  to  want.  1 1 6.  6 

CRANSTOUN,  Baron,  Sco.,  a  crane,  holding  up 
a  stone  with  dexter  foot,  all  ppr.  Thou  shalt 
want  ere  I  want.  115.  6 

CRANSTOUN,  Sco.,  a  crane's  head,  erect,  ppr.  / 
desire  not  to  want.  1 1 6.  6 

CRANWELL,  Line.,  a  crane,  ar.  115.  2 

CRANWELL,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  hare,  current, 
ar.  58.  8 

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  106 


CRASTEIN,  a  Cornish  chough,  ppr.         1 14.   10 

CRASTER,  Northumb.,  a  raven,  ppr.       114,  10 

CRASTER,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  cock,  ppr. 

see  plate  94 

CRATFORD,  Wore.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gar- 
dant,  erminois,  ducally  gorged,  az. 

comp.  46.  8 

CRATE,  Lond.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gardant, 
erm.,  ducally  gorged,  az.  Ne  tentes  aut  per- 
fice.  46.  8 

CRATHORNE,  Line.,  on  a  thorn-bush,  a  bird, 
ppr.  26.  2 

CRATHORNE,  Yorks.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  bird, 
sa.  112.  7 

CRAUFORD,  or  CRAUFURD,  Eng.,  in  hand  a 
lancet.  158.  5 

CRAUFUIRD  of  Grange  House,  Ayrshire,  a 
game-hawk,  hooded  and  belled,  ppr.  Durum 
patientid  frongo.  fo4-  6 

CRAUFURD,  HOWISON-,  of  Craufurdland,  Ayr- 
shire :  (i.)  For  Craufurd,  a  marble  pillar, 
supporting  a  man's  heart,  ppr.  Stant  innixa 
Deo.  50.  14.  (2.)  For  Howison,  a  dexter 
hand,  erect,  couped  at  wrist.  Sursum  corda. 

153.  7 

CRAUFURD  of  Auchinames,  Ayrshire:  (i.)  A 
stag's  head,  erased,  gu.,  between  attires,  a 
cross  crosslet,  fitched.  83.  4.  (2.)  A 
phoenix,  ppr.,  in  flames.  Tutum  te  robore 
reddam — and — God  show  the  right.  101.  IO 
CRAUFURD,  Bart.,  Sco.,  a  buck's  head,  erased, 
gu.,  between  attires  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched. 

83-  4 

CRAUSE,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  in  hand  a  rose, 
slipped  and  leaved,  ppr.  140.  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.  87.  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.  87.  10 

CRAVEN,  on  a  pedestal,  sa.,  a  falcon,  az.,  wings 
expanded,  beaked  and  legged,  gu. 

see  plate  104 

CRAVEN,  Warw.  and  Berks.,  on  a  chapeau, 
gu.,  turned  up,  erm.,  a  griffin,  passant,  of 
the  last. 

CRAVEN,  Berks.,  a  griffin,  statant,  erm.  87.  12 

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. 

87.    10 

CRAW  of  East  Reston,  a  crow,  sa.  Cui  debco 
fidus.  114.  10 

CRAW  of  Netherbyer,  a  crow,  sa.  God  is  my 
safety.  114.  10 

CRAW  of  Heughead,  on  a  garb,  a  crow,  sa.  Nee 
careo,  nee  euro.  comp.  112.  6 

CRAWE,  Eng.,  a  hawk,  wings  expanded,  ar., 
charged  on  breast  with  a  cinquefoil,  az. 

comp.  104.   10 

CRAWFIELD,  a  lion,  rampant.  41.  12 

CRAWFORD,  Berks.,  a  deer's  head,  ppr.,  between 
attires  a  cross,  or.  83.  4 

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.  79-  3 

CRAWFORD,  Carsburn,  and  Crawfurd,  Hamil- 


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108 


ORB 


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.  88.  6 

CRAWFORD,  Jardinhill,  a  pair  of  balances,  on 

point  of  a  dagger,   in  pale.      God  save  the 

right.  93-  2 

CRAWFORD  of  Crawfordburn,  on  point  of   a 

dagger,  ar.,  hilted,   or,  a  pair  of  balances, 

suspended,  gold,   stringed,  gu.     Quod  tibi, 

hoc  alteri.  93.  2 

CRAWFORD  of  Haining,  a  hart's  head,  couped, 

ppr.     Hactenus  invictus.  84.   1 1 

CRAWFORD  of  Easter  Seaton,   an  increscent. 

Fide  et  diligentid.  93.  I 

CRAWFORD  of  Cloverhill,  a  garb,  ppr.     God 

feeds  the  crows.  12.   13 

CRAWFORD  of  Crawfordsland,  on  the  top  of  a 

marble  pillar,  a  man's   heart,  ppr.      Stant 

innixa  Deo.  50.   14 

CRAWFORD,  on  point  of  dagger,  erect,  a  pair 

of  balances,  all  ppr.     God  shaw  the  right. 

93-  2 

CRAWFORD  of  Ardmillan,  Sco.,  a  falcon,  hooded 
and  belled,  ppr.     Durum  patientid  frango. 

104.  6 

CRAWFORD  of  Crawfuird,  Sco.,  an  ermine,  pas- 
sant, ppr.     Sine  laba  nota.  33.  I 
CRAWFORD,  Sco.,  a  palm-branch,  ppr.     C'cdcar 
honeste.  13.  3 
CRAWFORD,  Sco.,  a  castle,  ppr.                 23.  6 
CRAWFORD,  Sco.,    a  pho3nix   in  flames,  ppr. 
God  shaw  the  right.                        .        101.   10 
CRAWFORD,  or  CRAWFORDE,  Eng.,  in  hand  a 
lancet,  ppr.                                               158.  5 
CRAWFORD^  Sco.,  a  decrescent.     Sine  lobe  luce- 
bit.                                                        105.  8 
CRAWFURD  of  Saint  Hill,  Suss.,  a  hawk,  hooded 
and  belled,  ppr.     Durum  patientid  frango. 

104.  6 

CRAWFURD,  Eng.,  a  goat's  head,  gu.         56.  4 

CRAWFURD,  Sco.,  a  cinquefoil,  slipped,  vert. 

Feliciter  floret.  80.  3 

CRAWFURD,   POLLOCK-,    Bart.,    Jordan    Hill, 

Renfrew,    a    castle,    triple  -  towered,    ppr. 

Expugnare.  23.   10 

CRAWFURD  -  STIRLING  of  Milton,   Lanark,   a 

crescent,  ar.  140.  2 

CRAWHALL,  a  crow,  supporting   in    dexter  a 

battle-axe.     Prcesto  et  persto.        see  plate  14 

CRAWLEY,  Dors.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  seme'e- 

de- hurts,  gorged  with  a  ducal  coronet. 

see  plate  47 

CRAWLEY,  Suss,  and  Beds.,  a  crane,  ppr.,  in 

dexter  a  fleur-de-lis,  or.  see  plate  1 1 5 

CRAWLEY,  Iri.,  a  triangular  harrow.        149.  5 

CRAWSHAW,  Eng.,  a  greyhound,  current,  ar., 

collared,  gu. 

CRAWSHAW,  on  a  mount,  a  bull-dog,  collared, 

with  pile  of  balls  in  front.  59'  4 

CRAWSHAY,  Eng.,  a  grey  hound,  current,  sa.  1 7.  8 

CRAWSHAY,  Norf.,  a  dog,  sa.,  standing  over  a 

heap  of  olives,  ppr. 

CRAY,  Kent,  a  chevalier  on  horseback,  holding 

a  sword,  in  pale,  ppr.  140.    1 1 

CRAYCRAFT,  or  CRECROFT,  a  stork,  in  dexter  a 

battle-axe,  ppr.  see  plate  1 1 5 

CREAGH,  Iri.,  an  arm,  in  hand  a  dagger,  point 

downward.  130.  u 


CREAGH,  a  horse's  head,  bridled,  decked  with 

a  slip  of  laurel,  all  ppr. 
CREAGH,   Iri.,  a  nag's  head,   erased,  bridled, 

ppr.  72.   7 

CREAKE,  Eng.,  a  stag,  passant,  gu.  79.  4 

CREAN,  Iri.,  a  hand  plucking  a  thistle,  ppr. 

29.  13 

CREASY,  Eng.,   a  greyhound's  head,  sa.,  col- 
lared, ar.  1 8.   10 
CRECK,  Eng.,  a  swan,  ar.                          75.  1 1 
CREE,    Sco.,    an  arm,    in   armour,   embowed, 

wielding  a  scimitar,  ppr.  1 2 1.  6 

CREECK,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  crown  of  laurel,  ppr. 

Volenti  nil  difficile.  150.  7 

CREED,  on  an  oak-branch,  vert,  a  dove,  ar.,  in 

mouth  a  sprig,  ppr.,  charged  on  breast  with 

a  cross  pattee,  gu.  see  plate  106 

CREED,  a  dove  and  olive-branch,  ppr.     106.  7 
CREED,  Eng.,  a  dragon's  head,  gu.  90.  4 

CREES,  Warwicks.,  on  a  mount,  a  falcon,  wings 

addorsed,  ducally  gorged,  belled.     Gladio  et 

virtute.  .  104.    13 

CREESE,  Eng.,  a  unicorn's  head,  couped,  ppr. 

Demique  decus.  70.  4 

CREEVEY,  or  CREVY,  a  griffin,  sejant,  winged, 

or.  88.  13 

CREIGHTON,  Eng.,  a  bomb-shell,  fired,  ppr.  32. 10 
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.  83.  13 
CREMER,    Lond.   and    Norf.,   a  ram's    head, 

erased,  attired,  of  the  first.  57-7 

CREMORE,  Baron  (Dawson),  Iri.,  an  etoile  of 

six  points,  or.  128.  5 

CRENAGE,  or  CRENIDGE,  out  of  a  mural  coronet, 

a  demi-monkey,  ppr.  35.  8 

CRENWAY,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  a  boar. 

passant,  or.  4.   12 

CREPPING,  or  CREPING,  Line.,  a  lion,  passant, 

ppr.,  in  dexter  a  crescent,  ar.  36.  6 

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.  90.  14 

CRESS,   or  CRESSE,   Notts.,   a  griffin's  head, 

couped,  sa.  87.  6 

CRESS  ALL,  Eng.,  two  lions'  paws,  erased,  sup- 
porting a  bezant,  or.  52.  7 
CRESSENOR,  or  CRESSNER,  a  dexter  ami,  em- 
bowed,  in  hand  three  wheat-stalks,  ppr. 

156.    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.  131.    15 

CRESSWELL,  Suff.,  a  squirrel,  sejant,  cracking 

a  nut,  ppr.  58.    12 

CRESSWELL,  Eng.,  a  lion,  passant,  gardant,  ar., 

in  dexter  a  mill-rind.  36.  7 

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.  55.   2 

CRESSY,  Line.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 

demi-eagle,  displayed,  ppr.  101.  2 


ORE 


109 


OBO 


CRESTON,  a  lion,  passant,  resting  dexter  on  a 
torteau.  see  plate  37 

CBESWELL  of  Pinkney  Park,  Wilts.,  a  Sara- 
cen's head,  ppr.,  wreathed,  vert  and  ar. 
Aut  nunquam  tentes,  aut  perfice.  13:.  15 

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  58 

CRESWELL,  Northamp.,  a  Saracen's  head,  ppr. 

123.   14 

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.  28.  12 

CREVEGUER,  or  CREVERGUERE,  Eng.,  a  moun- 
tain in  flames,  ppr.  8.  13 

CREW,  Chesh.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
lion's  gamb.,  ar.  52.  5 

CREW,  Durh. ,  a  ferret,  collared  and  lined.   34.  6 

CREW,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  doe,  lodged,  ppr.  85.  4 

CREWDSON,  WILLIAM  DILLWORTH,  Kendal,  an 
eagle,  displayed,  or,  and  sa.  Mors  janua 
vita.  95.  13 

CREWE,  Baron  (Crewe),  out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 
or,  a  lion's  gamb,  erect,  ar.  Sequor  nee  in- 
ferior. 52.  5 

CREWE,  Iri.,  in  dexter  hand  an  open  book, 
ppr.  comp.  126.  i 

CREWE,  a  boar,  passant,  sa.  4.  1 1 

CREWKER,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  bran- 
dishing a  scimitar.  12 1.  6 

CREWS,  CREWSE.  or  CRUSE,  Devons.,  on  a  mount, 
vert,  a  stork,  ppr.,  in  dexter  an  escallop,  ar. 

51-  6 

CREYKE  of  Rawcliffe,  Yorks.,  on  a  garb,  or,  a 
raven,  ppr.  comp.  112.  6 

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  42 

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. 

21.  7 

CRICHTON,  Sco.,  a  dragon's  head,  vert,  vomiting 
fire,  ppr.  God  send  grace.  90.  6 

CRICHTON,  a  dragon's  head,  erased,  ppr.  Per- 
severantia.  89.  5 

CRICHTON,  Sco.,  a  pillar, ar.  Stand  sure.    132.3 

CRICHTON,  STUART-,  Marquess  of  Bute.  See 
BUTE. 

CRICKET,  or  CRICKITT,  Eng.,  a  lion,  passant, 
gardant,  az.  36.  13 

CRICKET,  or  CRICKITT,  Ess.,  a  drake's  head, 
erased,  ppr.  1 1 3.  .9 

CRICKMAN,  Eng.,  a  stag,  lodged,  ppr.       80.  9 

CRIDLAND,  Somers.,  issuing  from  clouds,  two 
dexter  hands,  conjoined,  ppr.  1 36.  I 

CRIGAN,  Iri.,  a  harp,  ppr.,  ensigned  with  a 
human  heart,  gu. 

CRIKTOFT,  a  demi-unicorn,  az.  70.   1 1 

CRIMES,  Dors.,  a  martlet,  sa.  119.  4 

CRIOLL,  Eng.,  environed  with  clouds,  ppr.,  a 
mullet,  or. 


CRIPPS,  and  CRIPS,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour, 

embowed,  in  hand  a  scimitar,  ppr.  121.  6 
CRISIE,  Sco.,  a  bee-hive,  sa.,  with  bees,  volant, 

or.     Industria.  76.   I 

CRISP,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  the 

attires  and  scalp  of  a  stag,  all  ppr.  So.  6 
CRISP,  a  camel- leopard,  statant,  ppr.  31.  2 
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  37 

CRISPIN,  a  chevalier  on  horseback,  at  full  speed, 

tilting  with  a  lance,  all  ppr.  73.   13 

CRITCHLEY,  or  CRITCHLOW,  Eng.,  a  harp,  vert. 

77.  ii 
CROACHROD,  a  wolf,  regardant,  pierced  through 

body  by  a  spear,  end  in  mouth.  63.    8 

CROAD,  or  CROADE,  Eng.,  on  a  cloud  a  celestial 

sphere,  ppr.  8.   IO 

CROASDAILE,  Eng.,  a  demi-man,  in  armour,  in 

hand  a  sword,  ppr.  127.   10 

CROBBER,  Eng.,  on  a  winged  globe,  an  eagle, 

wings  expanded,  ppr.  8.  2 

CROCHROD,  Ess.  and  Suff.,  a  demi-boar,  ram- 
pant, regardant,  gu.,  armed,  or,  transpierced 

by  a  broken  spear,  ar.,  grasped  in  mouth. 

3-  2 
CROCKAT,  or  CROCKETT,  on  a  rock,  a  swan,  ppr. 

CROCKAT,  or  CROCKETT,  a  solan  goose,  ppr. 

109.  14 

CROCKAT,  or  CROCKETT,  Sco.,  a  dog,  sleeping, 
sa.,  spotted,  ar.  Tak  tent.  59.  I 

CROCKER,  Devons.,  a  cup,  or.  133.  10 

CROCKER,  Surr.,  a  horse,  passant,  ar.  Fama, 
semper  vivit.  72.  12 

CROCKFORD,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand  a  roll  of 
parchment.  125.  3 

CROFT,  Bart.,  Heref.,  a  griffin,  sejant,  ppr. 
Esse  guam,  videri.  88.  13 

CROFT,  Bart.,  Yorks.  and  Kent. :  (i.)  A  lion, 
passant,  gardant,  or,  supporting  a  shield 
charged  with  the  arms  of  St.  George.  Esse 
quam  videri.  (2.)  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  36 

CROFT,  Yorks.,  a  lion,  passant,  gardant,  sa., 
supporting  with  dexter  an  escutcheon,  peau, 
charged  with  a  lion,  passant,  gardant,  or. 

see  plate  36 

CROFT,  a  wyvern,  vert.  91.  5 

CROFT,  a  dragon's  head,  couped,  vert.      90.  4 

CROFT,  a  talbot,  sejant.  comp.  61.  n 

CROFTON,  Bart.,  Iri.,  seven  stalks  of  wheat,  or. 
Dat  Deus  incrementum.  comp.  13.  13 

CROFTON,  Bart.,  of  Leitrim,  a  wheat-stalk,  ppr. 

13-  7 

CROFTON,   an  eagle's  head,    erased,    ducally 

gorged,  in  beak,  a  pheon,  all  ppr.  103.  6 
CROFTON,  Iri.,  an  ear  of  wheat,  ppr.  13.  7 
CROFTON,  Iri.,  a  savage's  head,  ppr.  123.  14 
CROFTON,  out  of  a  mount,  vert,  six  ears  of 

wheat,  or,  bladed,  ppr.  13.  13 

CROFTS  of  Velvetstown,  Cork,  a  bull's  head, 

cabossed,  sa.  Virtute  etfidelitate.  15.  8 
CROFTS  of  Cloheen,  Cork,  same  crest  and 

motto. 


CBO 


CBO 


CROFTS,  a  dragon's  head,  vert,  charged  with 
three  ermine  spots.  see  plate  go 

CROFTS,  Heref.  and  Salop,  a  wyvern,  wings 
addorsed,  az.  91-5 

CROFTS,  a  lion,  passant,  gardant,  or.       36.  13 

CROFTS,  a  bull's  head,  couped,  sa.,  armed,  or. 

14.  7 
CROFTS,  a  bull's  head,  cabossed,  ar.,  armed,  or. 

15.  8 
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.  61.   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.  12.  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.  8.  5 

CROKER,  Iri.,  a  deini- wyvern,  wings  expanded, 
sa.  89.  II 

CROKER,  Devons.,  in  a  vase,  a  bouquet,  ppr. 

96.  i 

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 — <Tay  mafoi  tenu  a  ma  puissance. 

CROKEY,  Yorks.,  a  lion's  head,  sa.,  erased,  gu. 

47-   13 

CROLE,  a  unicorn's  head,  erased,  ar.,  armed 
and  crined,  or,  between  two  elephants'  trunks, 

,  sa. 

CROLLY,  Eng.,  a  wolf,  passant,  sa.  63.  3 

CROMBIE,  Eng.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gardant, 
or,  in  dexter  fleur-de-lis,  gu.  see  plate  42 

CROMBIE,  an  eagle,  displayed,  gu.  95.   13 

CROMBIE  of  Phesdo,  Sco.,  an  eagle,  displayed, 
gu.  fear  God.  95.  13 

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.  57-8 

CROMER,  Norf.,  a  crow,  sa.  114.   10 

CROMER,  Eng.,  a  demi-lion,  ar.,  armed  and 
langued,  gu.  44.  14 

CROMER,  Eng.,  a  chevalier,  in  armour,  stand- 
ing beside  a  war-horse,  holding  bridle,  all 
ppr.  124.  8 

CROMIE,  Bart.,  Iri.:  (r.)  A  centaur,  with  bow 
and  arrow,  ppr.,  the  equestrian  part,  grey. 
133.  13.  (2.)  A  dexter  hand,  apaumee, 
ppr.  Labor  omnia  vincit.  153.  7 

CROMIE,  Iri.,  in  dexter  hand,  erect,  a  cross 
crosslet,  fitch  ed.  1 1 6.  14 

CROMLYN,  a  fawn's  head,  cabossed,  or. 

CROMMELIN,  Carrowdore,  Down:  (i.)  For 
Crommclirt,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
swan,_  rising,  ppr.  75.  5.  (2.)  For  De  la 
C/icro'ls,  an  anchor,  az.  Fac  ct  spera. 

153-   II 


CROMPE,  Suss.,  three  quatre foils,  erect,  or, 
stalked  and  leaved,  ppr.  13.  1 1 

CROMPE,  a  cat,  rampant,  sa.  62.   12 

CROMPTON,  Staff,  and  Lane.,  a  talbot,  sejant, 
or,  in  dexter  a  coil  of  rope,  gold,  see  plate  6 1 

CROMPTON,  Staffs.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  or, 
a  sea-horse's  head,  ar.  see  plate  69 

CROMPTON,  Lond.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  vert, 
a  sea-horse's  head,  or.  see  plate  69 

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.  95.  5 

CROMWELL,  Surr.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned 
up,  erm.,  a  pelican,  or,  guttee,  az.,  vulned, 
gu.  100.  6 

CROMWELL,  Hants.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  ar., 
guttee,  sa.,  holding  a  spear,  or,  headed,  az. 

see  plate  43 

CROMWELL  of  Chesnut  Park,  Herts.,  a  demi- 
lion,  rampant,  ar.,  in  dexter  a  gem  ring,  or. 
Pax  quceritur  betto.  see  plate  43 

CROMWELL,  Iri.,  in  dexter  hand  an  olive- 
branch,  ppr. 

CROMWELL,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  or,  holding  a 
gem-ring,  or,  stone,  gu.  see  plate  43 

CROMWELL,  in  lion's  gamb,  a  gem-ring,  or, 
stone,  gu. 

CRON,  or  CRONE,  seven  arrows,  six  in  saltier, 
and  one  in  pale,  or.  107.  10 

CRON,  or  CRONE,  Eng.,  a  demi-fish,  az.     5.  12 

CROOK,  Eng.,  a  sinister  hand  issuing  from  a 
cloud  in  the  dexter,  pointing  towards  a  ser- 
pent, head  erected,  ppr.  comp.  12 1.  7 

CROOK,  an  eagle,  displayed,  or.  95.   13 

CROOK,  Sco.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
ppr.,  in  hand  a  fleur-de-lis,  or.  142.  4 

CROOK,  a  raven,  ppr.  114.   10 

CROOKE,  Hants.,  a  fleur-de-lis,  or,  environed 
by  a  snake,  vert,  its  head  issuing  through 
it.  in.  5 

CROOKS,  Sco.,  a  demi-leopard,  ppr.  9.   i 

CROOKS,  an  elephant.  24.   14 

CROOKSHANK,  Iri.,  a  wyvern,  wings  addorsed, 
vomiting  fire  at  both  ends,  ppr. 

CROOKSHANK,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand  an  ear  of 
wheat,  ppr.  134-6 

CROOKSHANK,  a  demi-negro,  in  dexter  a  cocoa- 
nut,  ppr. 

CROONE,  a  lion's  gamb,  erect  and  erased,  hold- 
ing a  snake,  all  ppr.  44.  2 

CROPLEY,  Lond.  and  Middx.,  a  lynx,  passant, 
gardant,  ppr.  62.  7 

CROPLEY,  Cambs.  and  Hunts.,  a  mountain -cat, 
passant,  erm. 

CROPPER,  Eng.,  a  triangular  harrow,  ppr. 

H9.  5 
CROSBEY,  or  CROSBIE,  Sco.,  stump  of  oak-tree, 

shooting  new  branches.  Resurgam.  26.  13 
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.  133.  8 

CROSBIE,  or  CROSBY,  Sco.,  a  holy  lamb,  ppr. , 

standard,  gu.  Nil  desperandum.  55.  II 
CROSBY,  Iri.,  a  lion,  passant,  gardant,  ar.  36.  1 3 
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.  146.  9 

CROSELL,  Eng.,  a  stag's  head,  at  gaze, '  gu., 
armed,  ar.  82.  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.  89.  4 

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.         87.   13 

CROSS,  a  dragon's  head,  couped,  vert.       90.  4 

CROSS,  Eng.,  a  lion,  passant,  gardant,  support- 
ing an'anchor,  ppr.  see  plate  36 

CROSS,  Sco.,  a  griffin,  segreant,  winged,  ar., 
tips,  or.  86.  10 

CROSS,  a  dragon's  head,  erased.  89.  5 

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  1 1 5 

CROSSE,  Sco.,  a  cross  crosslet,  az.  Cerium 
petefinem.-  140.  *4 

CROSSE,  Sco.,  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  gu. 
Cerium  pete  finem.  141.  14 

CROSSE,  Lane.,  a  stork,  ppr.,  in  mouth  a  cross 
poine"e,  ar.  see  plate  1 1 5 

CROSSE,  Somers.,  from  the  top  of  a  tower,  ar., 
flames  issuing,  ppr.  34.  4 

CROSSE,  Lond.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up, 
erm.,  a  stork,  az.,  resting  dexter  on  a  cross- 
moline,  ar.  see  plate  115 

CROSSE,  Eng.,  a  hand  plucking  a  thistle,  ppr. 

29.   13 

CROSSFIELD,  a  lion,  rampant.  41.  12 

CROSSLEY,  Eng.,  on  a  rock,  a  swan,  ppr.  75.  7 

GROSSMAN,  Somers.,  a  demi-lion,  ermines, 
holding  an  escallop,  sa.  42.  6 

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.  75.  2 

CROSTE,  Leic.,  a  griffin's  head,  ar.  87.  6 

CROSTHWAITE,  Iri.,  a  fox,  sejant,  or. 

16.  9  or  10 

CROTTY,  Eng.,  in  hand,  a  scorpion,  ppr.  144.  1 1 

CROTTY,  Iri.,  a  hind,  trippant,  gu.  85.  7 

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.  146.  7 

CROUCH,  Suss.,  same  crest.  Sedulo  et  honeste 
tutela. 

CROUCHFIELD,  on  a  mount,  a  palm-tree,  ppr. 

25-  3 

CROUCHLEY,  Eng.,  a  leopard's  face,  ppr.  47.  2 
CROUDACE,  Durh.,  an  angel,  hands  clasped  on 

breast,  vested,  ppr.  139.  3 

CROUGHTON,  Eng.,  a  leopard's  head,  erased, 

affrontde,  ducally  gorged.  10.  5 

CROUGHTON,  a  dragon's  head,  couped,  in  mouth 

a  glove.  90.  1 1 

CROW,  Iri.,  a  goat,  passant,  ar.,  armed  and 

hoofed,  sa.  56.  1 1 

CROW,  Wei.,  a  cock,  ar.,  combed,  wattled,  and 

membered,  or.  94.   12 


CRU 

CROW,  Norf.,  five  arrows,  sa.,   feathered,  ar., 

four  in  saltier,  one  in  pale,  banded,  gu. 

107.   II 
CROW,  or  CROWE,  a  camel's  head,  or,  vulned, 

gu.  see  plate  31 

CROWCHER,   a  lion,    couchant,    ppr.,    charged 

with  a  cross  pattee,  or.  see  plate  39 

CROWDER,  Eng. ,  an  escallop,  ar.,  charged  with 

a  mullet,  gu.  5.  3 

CROWDER,  Surr.,  on  broken  shaft  of  a  tilting- 

spear,  gu.,  an  heraldic  tiger,  passant,  ar. 

64.    7 
CROWE,  Eng.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  an  arm, 

vested,  in  hand  a  mullet.  152.   3 

CROWGAY,  or  CROWGIE,  an  arm,  from  elbow,  in 

hand  a  key,  ppr.  78.   13 

CROWGEY,  Eng.,  a  greyhound,  current,  ar. 

17.  8 

CROWHALL,  on  a  garb,  a  crow,  ppr.  comp.  112.  6 
CROWHALL,  Eng.,  on  a  rock,  a  crow,  ppr.    Nee 

cupias,  nee  metuas.  112.  12 

CROWN,  or  CROWNE,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  sa., 

ducally  crowned,  ar.  see  plate  47 

CROWNALL,  Eng.,  a  bull's  horns  and  scalp,  ppr. 

IS-  3 

CROWNALL,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand  a  dagger, 
point  downward,  all  ppr.  130.  1 1 

CROWTHER,  Lond.  and  Salop.,  on  a  tilting- 
spear,  gu.,  a  tiger,  passant,  or.  comp.  64.  7 

CROWTON,  Eng.,  a  stag's  head,  or.  83.   13 

CROZIER,  Eng.,  a  stag  s  head,  cabossed,  ppr. 

84.  2 

CRUCK,  Eng.,  a  demi-greyhound,  sa.          17-3 

CRUCKS,  Sco. ,  a  demi-leopard,  ppr.  9.   I 

CRUCKS,  Sco.,  a  fetterlock,  az.  77.   5 

CRUDEN,  Eng.,  a  griffin's  head,  ppr.         87.  6 

CRUDINGTON,  a  boar,  passant.  4.   1 1 

CRUELL,  or  CRULL,  Eng.,  a  centaur,  shooting 
an  arrow,  ppr.  133.  13 

CRUGG,  a  falcon's  head,  couped,  ar.,  collared, 
gu.,  wings  addorsed.  comp.  104.  8 

CRUICE,  or  CRUISE,  Eng.,  a  demi-lion,  ram- 
pant, or.  44.  14 

CRUICE,  or  CRUISE,  Iri.,  a  greyhound's-  head, 
erased,  or.  20.  4 

CRUICKSHANK,  Lond.,  a  hawk's  head,  erased, 
ppr.  Audito  ct  gradito.  103.  3 

CRUIKSHANK,  an  arm,  in  armour,  in  hand  a 
sword,  ppr.  140.  13 

CRUIKSHANK  of  Stracathro,  Sco.,  in  dexter 
hand,  in  armour,  a  dagger,  in  pale.  Carcndo 
tutus.  155.  7 

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.  1 5.  5 

CRUIKSHANKS,  Sco.,  a  boar's  head,  couped, 
armed,  and  langued,  az.  3.  9 

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.  25.  13 

CRUMB,  Sco.,  an  eagle,  displayed,  ppr.  Fear 
God.  96-  10 

CRUMBIE,  Sco.,  an  eagle,  with  two  heads,  dis- 
played, ppr.  96-  13 

CRUMP,  or  CRUMPE,  Eng.,  a  cat,  salient,  gar- 
dant, sa.  62.  6 


CBU 


GUN 


CRUMPTON,  Eng.,  a  fire-beacon,  ppr.         2.   13 

CRUTCHFIELD,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  palm-tree, 
ppr.  25.  3 

CRUTCHLEY,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  a  lion,  pas- 
sant, gardant,  ducally  crowned,  comp.  37.  IO 

CRUTCHLEY,  or  CRUCHLEY,  a  talbot,  sejant,  ar. 

61.  ii 

CRUTTENDON,  a  goat's  head,  erased,  ppr.  55.2 

CRUTTENDON,  an  elk's  head,  ppr.  55.  4 

CRUTWELL,  Eng.,  in  hand  a  key,  ppr.      78.   13 

CRUX,  Kent,  a  demi-eagle,  wings  expanded,  ar., 
in  mouth  a  cross  formee,  fitched,  sa. 

see  plate  101 

CRYMES,  Surr.  and  Devons.,  a  martlet,  vert. 

119.  4 

CRYMES,  an  arm,  embowed.  in  fess,  vested,  or, 
in  hand  a  chaplet  of  laurel,  ppr. 

CRYNES,  Eng.,  a  lion's  head,  erased.        47.  13 

CUBIT,  or  CUBITT,  Eng.,  out  of  clouds,  a  dex- 
ter and  sinister  hand,  combating  with  scimi- 
tars, ppr.  152.  13 

CUBIT,  or  CUBITT,  Norf.,  an  arm,  in  armour, 
embowed,  throwing  an  arrow.  157.  7 

CUCKBORNE,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned 
up,  erm.,  a  fire,  ppr.  146.  3 

CUDDEN,  Eng.  a  wolf,  sejant,  az.  19.  12 

CUDMORE,  and  CUDNOR,  Ess.  and  Suff.,  a  grif- 
fin, passant,  or.  87.  13 

CUDMORE,  and  CUDNOR,  Ess.  and  Suff.,  a  grif- 
fin's head,  erased,  sa.  88.  7 

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.  42.  12 

CUERDEN,  and  CURETON,  a  stag's  head,  attired, 

84.  10 

CUFF,  Eng.,  a  demi-griffin,  ppr.  86.  13 

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.  153.  12 

CUILER,  Eng.,  a  broken  spear,  in  pale,  top 
falling  to  sinister,  ppr.  130.  8 

GUILLEN,  Iri.,  a  mermaid,  with  comb  and  mir- 
ror, ppr.  32.  5 

CULCHECH,  or  CULEHECH,  an  ox -yoke,  in  bend, 
sa-  147.  12 

CULCHECH,  and  CULCHETH,  out  of  clouds,  two 
hands,  pulling  an  anchor  from  sea,  all  ppr. 

146.  8 

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,  127.  2 

CULLEN,  Sco.,  a  pelican,  in  nest,  ppr.  Non  sibi. 

97-  2 

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.  162.  10 

CULLIFORD,  two  elephants'  probosces,  addorsed, 
ppr.  145.  7 

CULLING,  Eng.,  a  griffin,  segreant,  ar.    86.  10 
CULLOWE,  Eng.,  a  unicorn's  head,  ar.        70.  4 
CULLUM,  SuflF.,  a  demi-lion,  ppr.,  supporting  a 
column,  or.  see  plate  42 

CULLUM,  Bart.,  a  lion,  sejant,  or,  between  paws 


a  column,  ar.,  capital  and  base,  gold.     Sus- 

tineatur.  see  plate  38 

CULME,  Devons.,  a  lion,  sejant,  or,  supporting 

a  pillar,  ar. 
CULMER,  Devons.,  a  leopard,  rampant,  ppr. 

ii.  8 

CULPECK,  Surr.,  a  demi-unicorn,  or.  Honor  rt 
veritas.  7°-  XI 

CULPEPER,  a  falcon,  ar.,  belled,  or.  104.  2 
CULVERTON,  a  pelican,  vulning,  ppr.  97.  7 
CULY,  Eng.,  a  wolf's  head,  erased,  erm,  19.  6 
CUMBER,  Suss. ,  a  lynx's  head,  or,  charged  with 

three  pellets. 

CUMBERLAND,  Eng.,  a  hunting-horn,  gu.,  be- 
tween wings,  ppr.  155-4 
CUMBERLAND,  a  demi-wolf,  salient,  sa.     63    5 

CUMBERLEGE,  or  CUMBERDEDGE,  Staffs.,  a   Uni- 

corn's  head,  erased,  az.  'JO.  5 

CUMBY,  Eng.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  gu.  88.  7 
CUMINE,  CUMING,  or  CUMMIN,  Sco.,  a  garb,  or. 

Courage.  12.   13 

CUMINE,  or   GUMMING,  Sco.  and   Eng.,  in   a 

maunch,  gu.,  an  arm,  ppr.  1 2 1.  9 

CUMINE,  or  CUMMING,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand,  a 

sword,  ppr.  159.  7 

CUMINE,  or  CUMMING,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand,  a 

sickle,  ppr.     Ilinc  garde  nostra.         127.   14 
CUMING,  Sco.,  a  lion,  rampant,  gu.,  in  dexter 

a  dagger,  ppr.     Courage. 
GUMMING,    Sco.,  an  eagle,   rising,   ppr.      Nil 

arduum.  98.   10 

GUMMING,  a  lion,  rampant,  ppr.,  armed  and 

langued,  gu.     Courage.  41.   12 

GUMMING,  Bart.,  N.S.,  a  garb,  or.     Courage. 

12.    13 

GUMMING,  or  CUMMYNG,  two  swords,  in  saltier, 
ppr.  Courage.  comp.  135.  I 

CUMMINGS,  in  dexter  hand,  ppr.,  vested,  az.,  a 
roll  of  paper,  ar.  151.  7 

CUNDALL,  CUNDILL,  or  CUNDY,  Eng.,  two  ears 
of  wheat,  in  saltier,  ppr.  13.  14 

CUNDELL,  J.  Ross,  Leith,  two  ears  of  wheat, 
in  saltier,  ppr.  Spes  aspera  levat.  13.  14 

CUNINGHAM,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  lozenge,  or.  130.  4. 

CUNINGHAME  of  Caddell,  Ayrs.,  a  unicorn's 
head,  erect,  couped.  Over,  fork  over.  70.  4 

CUNLIFFE,  ROBERT  E.,  Pendleton,  Manchester, 
a  greyhound,  sejant,  ppr.,  collared,  or.  Fi- 
deliter.  18.  13 

CUNLIFFE,  Bart.,  Lane.,  a  greyhound,  sejant, 
ar.,  collared,  sa.  18.  13 

CUNLIFFE,  a  hawk,  rising,  ppr.  100.  13 

CUNLIFFE,  Kent  and  Lane.,  a  greyhound, 
sejant,  ar.,  collared,  or.  18.  13 

CUNNINGHAM,  Sco.,  a  unicorn's  head,  ar., 
maued  and  horned,  or.  Over,  fork  over. 

70.  4 

CUNNINGHAM  of  Bedland,  a  unicorn's  head, 
couped,  ar.,  horned  and  maned,  or.  Virtute 
et  labore.  70.  4 

CUNNINGHAM,  trunk  of  oak-tree,  with  sprigs, 
vert.  Tandem,.  26.  13 

CUNNINGHAM,  Bart,  N.S.,  in  dexter  hand,  ppr., 
a  lozenge,  or.  Curd  ct  candor e.  130.  4 

CUNNINGHAM,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  mount, 
vert,  thereon  a  stork,  statant,  in  mouth  a 
snake,  tail  coiled,  body,  ppr.  see  plate  \  1 5 

CUNNINGHAM  of  Baquhan,  a  boar's  head, 
couped,  az.  Cura  et  constantla.  3.  9 

CUNNINGHAM  of  Lainshaw,  Sco.,  stump  of  oak- 
tree,  ppr.,  with  sprig,  vert.  Non  obstante 
Leo.  26.  1.3 


CUN 


CUR 


CUNNINGHAM  of  Robertland,  Sco.,  a  unicorn's 
head.  .  Fortitudine.  70.  4 

CUNNINGHAM  of  Bonintoun,  a  demi-lady,  holding 
a  pair  of  scales.  Prcestat  auro  virtus.  129.  10 

CUNNINGHAM,  Iri.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  or, 
ducally  crowned,  az.  44.  5 

CUNNINGHAM,  a  cubit  arm,  erect,  vested,  cuffed, 
ar.,  in  hand  a  pine-apple,  ppr. 

CUNNINGHAM,  Eng.,  a  demi-unicorn,  or.  70.  II 

CUNNINGHAM,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
dragon's  head,  collared  and  chained,  wings 
addorsed.  comp.  90.  15 

CUNNINGHAM,  HARRY,  Gattonside,  Roxb.,  a 
soldier  fully  equipped,  on  horseback,  at  full 
speed,  and  holding  a  sword,  erect,  ppr. 
Nee  timeo,  nee  sperno.  140.  II 

CUNNINGHAM,  a  dexter  hand  holding  up  a  ring. 

128.  4 

CUNNINGHAM  of  Balgonie,  an  oak-tree,  ppr. 
Tandem.  25.  13 

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.  7°- 

CUNNINGHAM,  Edin.,  a  unicorn's  head,  en 
ar.     Over,  fork  over.  70.  5 

CUNNINGHAME,  martlet,  volant.  Prospere  qui 
sedulo.  119.  I 

CUNNINGHAME,  Bart.,  Ayrshire,  a  unicorn's 
head,  erased,  ppr.  Over,  fork  over.  70.  5 

CUNNINGHAME,  Durh.,  stump  of  oak-tree, 
sprouting,  ppr.  26.  13 

CUNNINGHAME,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  in 
hand,  a  sword,  ppr.  140.  13 

CUNNINGTON,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gu.  44.   14 

CUNYNGHAME,  Bart.,  of  Milncraig,  Sco.,  a  uni- 
corn's head,  armed  and  crined,  or.  Over,  fork 
over.  70.  4 

CUPHOLME,  Line.,  a  ram's  head,  erased,  gu., 
attired,  or.  57-7 

CUPPAGE,  Eng.,  a  sun-dial,  ar.  65.  5 

CUPPLADE,  Lane.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  enn., 

charged  with  three  gutte'es,  or,  two  and  one. 

comp.  47.    13 

CUPPLES,  Eng.,  a  demi-maii,  in  military  cos- 
tume, ppr.,  holding  a  banner,  az.  127.  5 

CURE,  Lond.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  ar.,  a 
griffin's  head,  wings  expanded,  charged  on 
neck  with  a  rose,  gu.  see  plate  88 

CURE,  Middx.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased.     88.   7 

CURL,  and  CURRELL,SCO.,  a  bugle-horn,  stringed 
and  knotted.  Forward.  I.  12  or  13 

CORLE,  Hants.,  an  eagle,  wings  expanded,  ppr., 
beaked  and  legged,  or.  loo.  14 

CURLE,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  hedge-hog,  ppr. 
Un  Dieu,  un  roy,  unfoy.  33-8 

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  89 

CURLING,  Eng.,  a  savage's  head,  in  profile, 
ppr.,  wreathed,  vert.  131.  15 

CURRAN,  and  CURREN,  Iri.,  a  parrot's  head, 
between  wings.  1 1 8.  8 

CURRELL,  Devons.,  a  peacock's  head,  couped, 
ppr.  117.  2 

CURRER,  a  sword,  erect,  ppr.  65.  6 

CURRER,  Yorks.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  ar.,  col- 
lared, sa.,  rimmed  and  studded,  or.  Merite. 

49-   12 


CURRER,  Clifton  House,  Yorks.  :  (i.)  Tor 
Currer,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  ar.,  gorged 
with  a  collar,  sa.,  charged  with  three 
bezants.  (2.)  Tor  RoundeU,  a  sword,  erect, 
ppr.  65.  6 

CURREY,  Eng.,  a  golden  fleece,  ppr. 

57-    6 

CURRIE,  or  CURREY,  a  rose,  ar.,  barbed  and 
seeded,  vert.  135.  6 

CURRIE,  Sco.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  ppr. 
Courage.  44.  1 4 

CURRIE  of  Bush  Hill,  Middx.,  a  demi-lion, 
rampant,  ppr.  44.  14 

CURRIE,  Eng.,  a  golden  fleece,  ppr. 

.57-   6 

CURRIE.  Sco.,  a  cock  crowing,  ppr.  Viyilans 
et  audax.  94.  12 

CURRY,  a  demi-lion,  ar.     Fortis  et  lenis. 

44.    14 

CURRY,  a  cock,  gu.  94.  1 2 

CURRYER,  Lond.,  a  cihquefoil,  vert.          80.   3 

CURSON,  a  popinjay,  wings  expanded,  or,  beak- 
ed, legged,  and  collared,  gu. 

CURSON,  Derb.,  a  cockatrice,  wings  addorsed, 
tail  nowed,  gu.  92.  1 3 

CURSON,  an  eagle,  wings  displayed.  Let  Cur- 
son  hold  what  Curson  held.  100.  14 

CURTAYNE,  on  a  rock,  a  leopard,  sejant,  ppr. 

see  plate  9 

CURTEIS  of  Windmill  Hill,  Suss.,  a  unicorn, 
passant,  or,  between  four  trees,  ppr. 

see  plate  70 

CURTEIS,  a  wolf's  head,  couped,  ar.,  collared, 
and  spiked,  sa.,  chained,  or.  see  plate  19 

CURTEIS,  CURTESS,  CURTEYS,  CURTOIS,  or  CUR- 
TOYS,  Eng.,  a  demi-husbandman,  vested,  az., 
over  shoulder  an  ox-yoke,  ppr.  *43*  *4 

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.  140.  13 

CURTIS,  a  greyhound's  head,  between  two  roses. 

18.  2 

CURTIS,  Suff.,  a  lion,  sejant,  ppr.,  in  dexter  a 
shield.  38.  4 

CURTIS,  Iri.,  in  hand  sheaf  of  arrows,  points 
downward.  127.  12 

CURTIS  of  East  Cliffe,  Devons.,  an  arm,  in 
armour,  embowed,  in  hand,  ppr. ,  a  scimitar, 
ar.,  hilt  and  pommel,  or.  1 2 1.  6.  Another 
crest,  an  arm,  in  armour,  erect,  in  hand  a 
sword,  all  ppr.,  hilt  and  pommel,  or.  Vette 
benefacere.  140.  13 

CURTOYS,  Eng.,  a  triton,  in  sinister,  a  trident. 

125.   13 

CURWAN,  a  nag's  head,  erased,  ppr.          72.   I. 

CURWEN,  Eng.,  a  demi  -  savage,  regardant, 
wreathed  about  head  and  middle  with 
leaves,  all  ppr.  135-  3 

CURWEN  of  Workington  Hall,  Cumb.,  a  uni- 
corn's head,  erased,  ar.,  armed,  or.  Si  je 
n'estoy.  7°-  5 

CURZON,  a  griffin,  sejant,  resting  dexter  on  an 
escutcheon.  see  plate  88 


CUR 


114 


DAL 


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. 

123.  10 

CUSACKE,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand  a  sword,  in- 
dented on  back,  cutting  at  a  quill,  all  ppr. 

134.  8 

CUSAKE,  Iri.,  a  mermaid,  with  comb  and 
mirror,  ppr.  32.  5 

GUSH,  or  CUSHE,  Eng.,  a  cock,  sa.,  combed  and 
wattled,  gu.  94.  12 

CUSHNEY,  Sco.,  an  anchor,  ppr.,  surmounted 
by  a  fleur-de-lis.  Spes  meum  solatium. 

131.    12 

CUSSANS,  Eng.,  a  dexter  hand  holding  a  boar's 
head,  in  pale,  erased,  ppr.  150.  4 

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  95 

CUST,  Earl  Brownlow.     See  BROWNLOW. 

CUST,  Line.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  sa.,  collared, 
gobone"e,  ar.  and  az.  49.  12 

CUSTANCE,  Eng.,  a  covered  cup. 

CUSTANCE,  Norf.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
phoenix,  gu.,  in  flames,  ppr.  103.  7 

CUSTANCE  of  Weston  House,  Norf.,  a  demi- 
eagle,  displayed,  gu.,  charged  on  breast  with 
a  star,  or.  Appetitus  ratiuni  pareat. 

comp.  101.   II 

CUTBERD,  CUTHBERD,  CUTHBERT,  and  CuTBERT, 

a  lion's  head,  erased,  ar.,  collared,  gu., 
charged  with  three  cross  crosslets,  fitched, 
of  the  first.  comp.  49.  12 


CUTHBERT,  or  CUTHBURT,  Eng.,  on  a  heart,  gu., 
an  eagle's  claw,  erased  at  thigh,  ppr.  50.  10 

CUTHBERT,  Sco.,  in  hand,  gauntleted,  a  dart. 
Nee  minus  fortiter. 

CUTHBERT,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  in 
hand  a  broken  spear,  all  ppr.  141.  6 

CUTHBERT,  Iri.,  a  demi-lion,  az.,  between  paws 
a  battle-axe,  ppr.  43.  14 

CUTHBERTSON,  Sco.,  a  gauntleted  hand  throw- 
ing a  dart.  Nee  minus  fortiter. 

CUTHELL,  or  CUTHILL,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  a 
leopard,  sejant.  9.  2 

CUTLER  of  Upton,  Devons.,  same  crest. 

CUTLER,  Suff.,  a  demi-lion,  gu.,  holding  a  battle- 
axe,  ppr.,  handle,  ar.  comp.  44.  15 

CUTLER,  Suff.,  a  dragon's  head,  erased,  or,  du- 
cally  gorged,  gu.  90.  7 

CUTLER,  Yorks.,  a  dragon's  head,  erased,  or, 
ducally  gorged,  az.  90.  7 

CUTLER,  a  dragon's  head,  erased,  gu.         90.  4 

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.  96.  10 

CUTTING,  a  demi-griffin,  ar.,  collared,  az.,  be- 
tween claws  an  escallop,  or.  see  plate  86 

CUTTS,  a  greyhound's  head,  erased,  ar.,  col- 
lared, gu.,  ringed,  or.  18.  10 

CUYET,  Eng.,  a  goat's  head,  erased,  sa.     55.  2 

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.  87.  6 


D 


DABBINS,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  chequy,  ar. 

and  sa.,  an  acorn,  ppr.  30.  2 

DABERNON,  Devons.,  in  a  maunch,  gu.,  a  hand, 

apaumee,  ppr.  145.   12 

DABETOT,  or  DABITOT,  a  dove  with  olive-branch, 

Ppr.  1 06.  7 

DABRIDGCOURT,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or, 

four  feathers,  ar.  1 08.   5 

DACASTA,  a  reindeer,  trippant,  ppr.  84.  8 

DACCOMB,  a  pair  of  wings  conjoined.       1 13.  3 
DACKCOMBE,  Dors.,  an  oak-tree,  ppr.,  fructed, 

or.      Virtutis  robore  robor.  25.    12 

DA  COSTA,  a  reindeer,  passant,  ppr.          84.  8 
DACRE,  an  eagle,  rising,  sa.  98.   10 

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.  14.  13 

DACRE,  a  bull,  passant,  collared   and  lined. 

Forte  en  loyaute.  comp.  15.    13 

DACRE,    a    demi-tiger,    ducally    gorged    and 

chained,  ppr.  9.  3 

DACRES,  Heref.,  a  buckle.  132.  7 

DACRES,  a  dove,  az.,  charged  on  neck  with  an 

escallop,  or,  between  two  oak-branches,  vert. 

118.  5 
DADE,  Norf.  and  Suff.,  a  garb,  or,  en  filed  with 

a  ducal  coronet.  12.  4 

DADLEY,  an  arm,  embowed,  in  hand  two  slips 

of  columbine,  all  ppr.     In  malos  cornu. 
D'AETH  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  or.          88.  7 


D'AETH,  a  griffin's  head,  couped,  or,  in  mouth 
a  trefoil,  slipped,  vert. 

DAGGET,  an  eagle,  displayed,  gu.,  charged 
with  a  bezant.  96.  5 

DAGGET,  Sco.,  a  demi-talbot,  sa.,  collared,  or. 

61.  5 

DAGLEY,  Eng.,  a  Minerva's  head,  from  shoul- 
ders, affronte'e.  129.  4 

DAGWORTH,  in  lion's  paw,  erased,  hilt  of 
broken  sword,  ppr.  50.  15 

DAILE,  Sco.,  a  swan's  head  and  neck,  couped, 
ppr.  Laudes  cano  hcroum.  comp.  65.  I 

DAINTRY,  Eng.,  a  bull's  head  and  neck,  ducally 
gorged,  ppr.  14.  2 

DAISIE,  Sco.,  a  hawk's  head,  erased,  ppr. 

I03-  3 

DAKEHAM,  Line,  and  Salop,  a  dove,  or.  112. 1 1 
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.  149.   13 

DAKYNS,  Derbs.  and  Yorks.,  a  dexter  arm, 
embowed,  ppr.,  in  hand  a  battle-axe,  ar. 
Strike,  Dakyns,  the  Devil's  in  the  hempe. 

154.   10 

DALAVALL,  Northumb.,  a  ram's  head,  ar.,  at- 
tired, or.  57-8 
DALBIAC,  Yorks.,  a  dove,  wings  expanded,  in 
mouth  an  olive-branch.                         106.   13 
DALBIE,  and  DALBY,  a  crane,  regardant,  rest- 
ing foot  on  a  stone.                                1 1 6.   I 


DAL 


D'AM 


DALBT,  Eng.,  a  demi-Hercules,  with  lion's 
skin  and  club,  ppr.  I.  1 1 

DALE,  a  swan,  ppr.  75.  n 

DALE,  Sco.,  an  arm,  brandishing  a  scimitar, 
ppr.  146.  4 

DALE,  an  arm,  in  hand  a  sword,  in  bend,  ppr. 

154.  6 

DALE  of  Newton-Montague,  Dors.,  a  garb, 
ppr.  12.  13 

DALE,  Northumb. ,  a  stork,  ppr.  1 1 5.  8 

DALE,  Ruts.,  three  battle-axes,  one  in  pale, 
and  two  in  saltier,  handles,  or,  heads,  ar., 
enfiled  with  a  chaplet  of  roses,  gold.  156.  2 

DALE,  Lond.  and  Northamp.,  a  stork,  ar., 
beaked,  legged,  and  ducally  gorged,  or. 

comp.  115.  7 

DALE,  on  a  chapeau,  a  stork,  ppr.          116.   12 

DALES,  Eng.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  or,  col- 
lared, gu.  45.  14 

D ALGETY,  or  DALGETTY,  Eng.,  a  lion,  rampant, 
gardant,  az.  42.  10 

DALGLEISH,  Sco.,  trunk  of  oak-tree,  sprouting 
new  branches.  Revirescam.  26.  13 

DALGLISH,  Sco.,  a  book,  expanded,  ppr.  Deli- 
cice  mei.  149.  3 

DALHOUSIE,  Earl  of,  Lord  Ramsay,  Sco.  (Ram- 
say), a  unicorn's  head,  couped,  ar.,  armed 
and  crined,  or.  Ora  et  labora. '  70.  4 

DALHURST,  a  crescent,  ar.  140.  2 

DALLNGRUGGE,  Eng.,  a  demi-lion,  ppr.  44.  14 
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. 

133.  8 

DALL,  a  lion,  passant,  gardant,  ducally  gorged, 
and  royally  crowned.  Coronat  fides. 

comp.  plate  37 

DALLAS,  Sco.,  a  crescent.    Gradatim.     140.  2 

DALLAS,  Bart.,  Staff.,  a  crescent.  Lux  venit 
ab  alto.  140.  2 

DALLAS,  Sco.,  an  open  lancet,  ppr.  Semper 
paratus.  153.  14 

DALLAS,  a  crescent.  140.  2 

DALLENDER,  Suff.  and  Surr.,  an  eagle's  head, 
vairy,  ar.  and  gu.  IO2.  9 

DALLES,  a  demi-lion,  or,  collared,  gu.      45.  14 

DALLEY,  Iri.,  a  ferret,  collared  and  lined,  ppr. 

34-  6 

DALLEY,  and  DALLY,  Eng.,  a  demi-angel,  in 
dexter  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  ppr.  1 39.  6 

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.  48.  5 

DALLY,  a  horse's  head,  armed.  71.  7 

DALLYSON,  Middx.,  the  sun  rising  from  a 
cloud,  ppr.  7.  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.  159.  7 

DALMER,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  a  lion's  head, 
erased,  ducally  crowned.  47.  8 

DALMER,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  erminois,  be- 
tween paws,  a  mullet  of  six  points,  ar., 
pierced,  vert.  see  plate  44 

DALMORY,  a  wolf,  current.  63.   I 

DALRYMPLE,  ELPHINSTOX-,  Bart.,  Sco.,  in  the 
centre  a  rock,  ppr.  Firme.  67.  5.  On  the 
dexter,  two  horns  of  a  bull,  issuing,  per  fess, 
or  and  sa.,  counterchanged.  15.  3.  On  the 


Atavis.  67.  5 
Firm.  67.  5 
Steady.  67.  5 
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.      84.   10 
DALRYMPLE,  Eng.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  or. 

47-   13 

DALRYMPLE,  Sco.,  a  rock,  ppr.   Quicscam.  67.  5 
DALRYMPLE,  Bart. ,  Iri.,  a  rock,  ppr.     Firm. 

67-  5 
DALRYMPLE,  Bart.,  Sco.,  out  of  a  viscount's 

coronet,  a  rock,  ppr.     Firm.  78.  2 

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.  130.   14 

DALSTON,  Cumb.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 

falcon's  head,  ppr.  50.  3 

DALSTON,   Cumb.,    a   blackbird's   head,   ppr., 

beaked,  or.  comp.  1 12.   10 

DALSTON,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  an  eagle's 

head,  ppr.,  in  beak  a  pellet.  98.  2 

DALTON,  Lane.,  a  dragon's  head,  vert,  between 

wings,  or.  90.  9 

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.  57.  8 

DALTON,  Iri.,  a  seax,  ppr.  65.  1 1 

DALYELL,  Sco.,  a  demi-man,  in  armour,  in  hand 

a  scimitar.  130.   14 

DALYSON,  the  sun,  in  splendour.  7.   I 

DALZELL,  Eng.,  a  dagger,  in  pale,  ppr.    148.  8 
DALZIELL,  Bart.,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand  a  scimi- 
tar, ppr.     I  dare.  158.  9 
DALTON  of  Thurnham,  a  dragon's  head,  vert, 

between  wings,  or.  90.  1 1 

DALTON  of  Dunkirk  Manor,  Glouc.,  a^demi- 

dragon,  vert,  wings   ouvert.      Inter  cruces 

triumphans  in  cruce.  91.  8 

DALY,  a  demi-angel,  in  hand  a  griffin's  head, 

erased,  ppr.  139.  6 

DALY,  Iri.,  a  ferret,  collared  and  lined,  ppr. 

34-  6 

DALZELL,  Earl  of  Carnwath.     See  CARNWATH. 
DALZIEL,  Lond.,  a  demi-man,  in  armour,  in 

dexter  a  scimitar,  ppr.     I  dare.  130.   14 

DALZIEL,  Sco.,  a  sword,  in  pale,  ppr.     /  dare. 

65.  6 
/  dare. 

158.  9 
DALZIEL,  Eng.,  a  branch  of  laurel  and  a  thistle, 

issuing  from  two  hands,  couped  and  con- 
joined, one  armed,  the  other  nude.      140.   7 
DAMANT,  Eng.,  two  lions'  heads,  addorsed. 

49.   II 

DAMBOYS,  Eng.,  a  rook,  sa.  114.   10 

DAMER,  Earl  of   Dorchester,  out  of  a  mural 

coronet,  or,  a  talbot's  head,  az.,  eared,  gold. 

Tu  ne  cede  malis.  60.  5 

DAMER,  Dors.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  or,  a 

talbot's  head,  az.,  eared,  gold.  60.  5 

DAMERLEY,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand  a  scimitar, 

both  ppr.  158.  9 

DAMERLEY,  Eng.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  within 

a  chain,  or,  in  orle.  49.  9 

DAMMANT,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand  a  scimitar, 

ppr.  158.  9 

D'AMORIE,  Glouc.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  or, 

a  talbot's  head,  az.,  eared,  gold.  60.  5 


DALZIEL,  in  dexter  hand  a  scimitar. 


DAM 

DAMORY,  Iri.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gardani;, 
sa.  42.  10 

DAMPORT,  Chesh.,  a  lion,  passant,  erm.,  du- 
cally  crowned,  or,  resting  dexter  on  an 
escutcheon,  gold.  comp.  36.  9 

DAMPORT,  Lane,  and  Somers.,  a  man's  head, 
in  profile,  ppr.,  with  halter  round  neck,  or. 
comp.  123.   12 

DAN,  a  bull's  head,  affrontee.  15.   ip 

DAN,  or  DANN,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  a  demi- 
monkey,  rampant.  35-  8 

DAN,  or  DANA,  Eng.,  a  bull's  head,  affrontee. 

15.  9  or  10 

DANBY,  Yorks.,  a  crab,  erect,  or.  6.  8 

DANCASTLE,  Berks.,  a  stag's  head,  ar.,  attired, 
or,  vulned  in  neck,  ppr.  comp.  83.  13 

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.  82.  7 

DANCE,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  stag's 
head,  affrontee.  83.  10 

DANCE,  a  horse's  head,  couped,  az.,  bridled, 
gu.  72.  7 

DANCE,  a  horse's  head,  ar.  72.  7 

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.  141.  6 

DANCER,  Eng.,  a  pheon,  with  part  of  broken 
shaft.  77.  15 

DANCEY,  Wilts.,  a  horse's  head,  couped,  gu., 
bezantde,  maned  and  bridled,  or.  72.  7 

DAND,  Notts.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  swan,  ar. 

75-  7 
DANDERN,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  demi- 

ostrich,  wings  expanded,  ar.  1 08.  9 

DANDRIDGE,   Wore.,    a    lion's  head,   erased, 

charged  with  a  mascle,  ar.  comp.  47.  13 
DANDY,  Suff.,  on  a  garb,  or,  a  dove,  close,  ar. 
DANE,  a  griffin's  head,  erased.  88.  7 

DANE,  Somers.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 

demi-lizard,  vert.  comp.  27.  I  and  9 

DANE,  Iri.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  demi- 
lizard,  salient,  ppr. 
DANES,    or    DANEYS,   Eng.,    a   quadrangular 

castle.  23.  6 

DANET,  Eng.,  a  greyhound's  head,  couped,  ar., 

collared,  gu.,  studded  and  buckled,  or.    1 8.  I  o 
DANPORD,  Eng.,  a  man  in  military  costume, 

ppr.,  in  dexter  a  flag,  displayed.  132,  5 

DANGERFIELD,  a  savage's  head,  wreathed  with 

laurel-leaves,  ppr.  134.   i 

DANGERFIELD,  Wore.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased, 

ppr.  88.  7 

DANHECK,  a  thistle,  ppr.  29.   10 

DANHECK,  Lond.,  a  rose,  ppr.  135.  6 

DANIEL,  Wilts,  and  Yorks.,  a  unicorn's  head, 

erased,  or.  70.  5 

DANIEL,  a  dexter  arm,  enfiled  with  a  ducal 

coronet,  in  hand  a  sabre.  131.  6 

DANIEL,  a  pelican,  encircled  with  two  branches 

of  laurel,  all  ppr.  comp.  97.  1 1 

DANIEL,  Eng.,  a  unicorn's  head,  couped,  ar., 

attired,  or.  70.  4 

DANIEL,  Eng.,  a  galley,  oars  in  saltier.     21.  7 
DANIEL,  Iri.,  a  bull,  passant,  ppr.  14.   14 

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.  97.  i  j 


116  D'AB 

DANIELL,  Somers.,  Chesh.,  and  Suff.,  a  tiger, 
passant,  regardant,  ar.  n.   10 

DANIELL,  Staffs.,  a  wolf,  statant,  regardant, 


gu. 


10 


DANIELL,  Sco.,  a  unicorn's  head,  ar.          70.  4 
DANIELL,  Herts.,  Yorks.,  and  Wilts.,  a  uni- 
corn's head,  erased,  or.  70.   5 
DANIELL,  Dors.,  an  arm,  couped,  in  fess,  vested, 

az.,    cuffed,  or,    in   hand   a   cross  crosslet, 

fitched,  in  pale,  gu.  103.  8 

DANIELL,    Somers.    and    Chesh.,    a  unicorn's 

head,  couped,  ar.  70.  4 

DANIELS,  Hants.,  a  dove,  with  olive-branch, 

ppr.  1 06.  7 

DANKYRSLEY,  Yorks.,  a  demi-woman,  vested, 

ar.,  playing  on  a  harp,  or.  139.    14 

DANMARE,  Eng.,  a  lion's  gamb,  sa.,  supporting 

an  escutcheon,  gu.  45.   2 

DANNAT,  or  DANNANT,   a  greyhound's  head, 

erased,    ar.,    collared,    or,    the    ring,    gu., 

charged  with  three  torteaux.  comp.  1 8.  10 
DANSEY  of  Easton  Court,  Heref.,  a  lion's  head, 

erased,  ar.,  collared,  gu.  49.   12 

DANNCEY,  or  DAUNCEY,  Heref.,  a  lion's  head, 

erased,  ar.,  collared,  gu.  49.   12 

DANNSEY,  a  nag's  head,  gu.,  bezantee,  maned 

and  bridled,  or.  72.  7 

DANNSEY,  a  dragon's  head,  erased,  vert.    89.  4 
DANREY,  Cornw.,  a  horse,  passant,  saddled  and 

bridled.  73.  7 

DANSEY,  Eng.,  a  demi-savage,  wreathed  round 

middle,  in  dexter  slip  of  myrtle,  all  ppr. 

126.   10  and  12 
DANSEY,  Heref.,  a  lion,  rampant,  per  fess,  or 

and  gu.  41.   12 

DANSIE,  a  sea-horse,  ppr.  69.  6 

DANSON,  a  garb,  quarterly,  or  and  gu.     12.  13 
DANT,  a  chough's  head,  erased,  sa.,  beaked, 

gu.  67.   7 

DANVERS,  Lond.  and   Bucks.,    a  fleur-de-lis, 

erm. ,  enfiled  with  a  ducal  coronet,  or.  142. 1 2 
DANVERS,  a  wyvern,  or.  91 .  5 

DANVERS,  Leic.,  a  parrot,  close,  in  mouth  an 

oak-branch,  fructed,  all  ppr.  see  plate  118 
DANVERS,  Oxon.  and  Northamp.,  a  parrot, 

vert,  in  mouth  an  annulet,  or.  1 1 8.   14 

DANVERS,  a  wyvern,  wings  addorsed,  or.    91.  5 
DANYERS,  a  parrot,  ppr.  118.  12 

DAPIPER,  an  eagle,  az.  98.  9 

DARBY,  an  eagle,  ppr.  98.   13 

DARBY,  Iri.,  a  yew-tree,  ppr.  26.    I 

DARBY,  Line.,  an  antelope's  head,  erased,  gu., 

maned,  tufted,  armed,  and  double  attired  in 

fret,  or.  82.  7 

DARBY,  Lond.  and  Dors.,  out  of  a  tower,  ar., 

two  .wings,  the  dexter  or,  sinister,  az.  22.  6 
DARBY,  Suff.,  a  garb,  ar.,  banded,  or.  12.  13 
DARBY,  Middx.  and  Dorc.,  an  eagle's  head, 

erased,  ar.  102.    10 

DARCEY,  Ess.,  a  lady,  attired,  hair  dishevelled, 

ppr.,  in  hand  a  branch  of  three  cinquefoils, 

vert.  129.   15 

DARCIE,  Line,  and  Durh.,  a  woman's   head, 

couped   at   breasts,   ppr.,   hair  flowing,   or, 

wreathed  about  head  with  cinquefoils,  gu., 

pierced,  or.  139.  7 

DARCY,  or  D'ARCY,  Eng.  and  Iri.,  a  spear, 

broken  in  three  pieces,   head  in  pale,  two 

in  saltier,  ppr.,  banded,  gu.  134.  4 

D'ARCY,  a  bull,  ppr.     UnDieu,  un  roi.     14.  13 
D'ARCY,  North umb.,  on  a  chapeau,  ar.,  turned 

up,  erm.,  a  bull,  passant,  sa.  15.   14 


D'AB 


117 


DAV 


D'ARCY,  Eng.  and  Iri.,  on  a  chapeau,  ppr.,  a 
bull,  statant,  sa.  15.  13 

D'ARCY,  Ess.,  a  demi- virgin,  in  dexter  a  branch 
of  cinquefoils,  all  ppr.  129.  15 

D'ARCY,  Westmeath,  on  a  chapeau,  a  bull,  sa., 
armed,  or.  Un  Dieu,  un  roi.  15.  13 

D'ARCY  of  New  Forest,  co.  Galway,  on  a  cha- 
peau, gu.,  turned  up,  erm.,  a  bull,  sa.,  armed, 
or.  Un  Dieu,  un  roi.  15.  13 

D'ARCY,  Galway,  a  spear,  broken  in  three 
pieces,  or,  headed,  ar.,  banded  together  by 
ribbon,  gu.  Un  Dieu,  un  roi.  134.  4 

DARCYE,  Eng.,  a  lion's  head,  issuing,  ar.,  col- 
lared, sa.  49.  14 

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.  43.  8 

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.      63.  3 

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.  122.  15 

DARKER,  an  arm,  embowed,  in  hand  a  bunch 
of  hop- vine,  all  ppr.  142.  6 

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*  44.  13 

DARLEY,  a  garb,  ar.,  banded,  or,  charged  with 
an  anchor,  sa. 

DARLEY,  a  garb,  ar.,  banded,  or.  12.  13 

DARLEY,  a  horse's  head,  ar.,  bridled,  gu. 
Dare.  72.  7 

DARLEY,  Yorks.,  a  horse's  head,  couped,  gu., 
accoutred  in  armour,  ar.,  bridled,  or.  71.  7 

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.  145.  3 

DARLING,  Eng.,  in  hand,  gauntleted,  a  pheon, 
erect,  point  upward.  133.  2 

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.  139.  9 

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.  145.  3 

DARLINGTON,  Eng.,  a  winged  pillar.        132.  I 

DARLSTON,  Wore.,  a  hawk's  head,  between 
wings,  beaked,  or.  107.  12 

DARNALL,  DARNEL,  or  DARNOL,  a  lion's  head, 
erased,  ar.,  between  wings,  or.  49.  6 

DARNELL,  Durh.,  on  a  cock-pheasant,  sitting, 
ppr.,  a  falcon's  leg,  erased  and  belled.  113.  14 

DARNLEY,  Earl  of,  Iri.     See  BLIGH. 

DARNLEY,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  a  martlet,  ppr. 

119,  2 


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.  123.  2 


DARRELL,  an  eagle,  preying  on  a  child,  swad- 
dled, ppr.  97.  5 
DARRELL,  a  goat's  head,  erased,  ar.,  attired,  or. 

55-  2 

DART,  or  DARTE,  a  flame  of  fire,  ppr.    155.  14 
DARTEY,   a   nag's   head,  couped,  armed,  and 

bridled.  71.  7 

DARTMOUTH,  Earl  of  (Legge),  out  of  a  ducal 

coronet,  or,  a  plume  of  five  ostrich-feathers, 

three  ar.,  two  az.     Gaudet  tentamine  virtus. 

108.  5 
DARVALL,  or  DARWALL,  a  lion's  head,  gorged 

with  a  collar,  charged  with  three  bezants. 

comp.  47.    13 
DARWELL,    Eng.,   a   lion's   head,    erased,   or, 

ducally  crowned,  gu.  comp.  47.  8 

DARWEN,  or  DARWIN,  a  camel's  head,  couped, 

ppr.  31.  7 

DARWIN  of  Breadsall  Priory,  Derbs.,  a  demi- 

griffin,  vert,  between  claws  an  escallop,  or. 

see  plate  86 
DASHWOOD,   Bart.,   Oxon.,   a  griffin's    head, 

erased.  88.  7 

DASHWOOD,  Lond.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  per 

fess,  or  and  gu.     Pro  Magnd  Chartd.    88.  7 
DASHWOOD  of  Stanford  Park,  Notts.,  a  griffin'3 

head,  erased,  erm.  88.  7 

DAST,  a  flame  of  fire,  ppr.  155.  17 

DASTIN,  Wore.,  a  reindeer's  head,  ar.,  couped, 

gu.,    pierced    through    neck    by    a    broad 

arrow. 

DATMER,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  ppr.  102.   10 
DAUBENEY,  GEORGE-MATTHEWS,  Esq.,  of  Cote, 

Glouc.,  a  pair  of  wings,  sa.  74.  6 

DAUBENY,  Glouc.,  two  dragons'  wings  displayed, 

ar.  comp.  90.  9 

DAUBUZ,  a  griffin's  head,  wings  addorsed,  ppr. 

88.  10 
DAUBIE,  Cornw.,  a  horse,  passant,  saddled  and 

bridled.  73.   7 

DAULBENY,  an  eagle,  wings  expanded,  or. 

100.  14 
DAUNCEY,  Heref.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  ar., 

collared,  gu.  49.  12 

DAUNSEY,  a  nag's  head,  couped  and  bridled. 

72.7 

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.  129.  9 

DAUNT  of  Owlpen,  Glouc.,  and  Gortigrenane, 

co.    Cork,   a   bugle-horn,    or,   stringed,    sa. 

Vigilo  et  spero.  I.  12  or  13 

DAUNT,  a  bugle-horn,  or,  strung.  I.   13 

DAUNT,  Eng., a  cockatrice, displayed, ppr.  92.  12 
DAUNTSEY,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  in  dexter 

hand  a  fleur-de-lis.  137-  3 

DAUVERGEUE,  Eng.,  a  horse's  head,  sa.,  bridled, 

or.  72.  7 

DAV  ALL,  or  DAVELL,  Yorks.,  a  terrestrial  globe, 

ppr.  8.  6 

DAVELL,    Yorks.,    a  dexter  hand,   apaumde, 

charged  with  an  eye,  ppr.  128.   6 

DAVENANT,  Ess.,  a  sinister  arm,  embowed,  in 

hand  a  chaplet  of  wheat,  or.  156.  II 


DAV 


118 


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.  131.   15 

DAVERNETT,  a  woodpecker,  close,  ppr.     74.   1 1 

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.  128.  8 

DAVERS,  a  talbot,  passant,  ar.  61.7 

DAVERS,  Suff.,  a  jay,  ppr.,  in  beak  an  annulet, 
or.  comp.  1 1 8.  14 

DAVET,  an  ostrich's  head,  in  mouth  a  horse- 
shoe, between  two  feathers.  1 08.  7 

DAVEY,  Suss.,  a  horse's  head,  in  armour, 
issuing,  on  top  a  plume  of  ostrich  feathers, 
all  ppr.  Non  inferiora.  72.  1 1 

DAVID,  Wei.,  a  lion's  head,  erased.         47.    13 

DAVID,  a  lamb,  passant,  ar.,  in  mouth  a  sprig, 
vert,  fructed,  gu.  comp.  57.  2 

DAVIDGE,  Somers.,  a  demi -lion,  ar.,  gorged 
with  a  collar,  gu.,  charged  with  three  lions, 
passant,  of  the  same.  see  plate  44 

DAVIDSON,  Sco.,  a  falcon's  head,  couped,  ppr. 
Viget  in  cinere  virtus.  103.  3 

DAVIDSON,  Eng.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  az., 
a  lion's  head,  gu.  45.  1 5 

DAVIDSON,  Sco.,  a  pheon.  77.   13 

DAVIDSON,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand  a  human  heart, 
ppr.  Sapienter  si  sincere.  J45-  3 

DAVIDSON,  a  lamb,  bearing  cross  and  banner. 

55-  'o 
DAVIE,  Bart.,  Devons.,  a  holy  lamb,  ppr.  Aus- 

pice  Christo.  55.  1 1 

DAVIE,  on  a  chapeau,  vert,  turned  up,  erm.,  a 

boar,  ar.,  armed  and  crined,  or,  gorged  with 

a  bough,  ppr.  comp.  4.   12 

DAVIE,   Sco.,  an   eagle's    head,    couped,  ppr. 

Sedulitate.  102.  9 

DAVIE,  Devons.  and  Sco.,  a  paschal  lamb,  ar., 

bearing  banner,  gu.,  charged  with  a  cross. 

Auspice  Christo.  55.  n 

DAVIES,  Ven.  Archdeacon,  Court  -  y  -  Gollen, 

Crickhowell,  Brecknocksh,  a  dragon's  head,  in 

mouth  a  bloody  hand.    Vive  ut  vivas.  90.  1 1 
DAVIES  of  Harrington  Hall,   Salop,  a  lion's 

head,  couped.     Heb  ddun  heb  ddym  dd&wa- 

dygan.  47.  4 

DAVIES,   SAUNDERS-,   of  Pentre,   Pembroke: 

(i.)  For  Daiies,  a  wolf,  salient,  ar.     62.  4. 

(2.)   For   Saunders,    a   demi -bull,    salient, 

couped  at  loins,  ar.   Solemferre possum.  67.  9 
DAVIES,  Lond. ,  on  a  cap,  sa.,  turned  up,  or,  a 

demi-lion,  rampant,  gold.  45.  6 

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.  45.   i 

DAVIES,  Iri.,  a  nag's  head,  ar.,  charged  with  a 

caltrap,  sa.  72.  9 

DAVIES  of  Moor  Court,  Heref.,  a  griffin,  se- 

greant,  or.  86.   10 

DAVIES,  a  mullet  of  five  points,  pierced,  be- 
tween wings. 

DAVIES,  Somers.,  a  fawn,  couchant,  ppr.  85.  4 
DAVIES,  Lond.,  a  lion,  rampant.     Nisi  domi- 

nusfrustra.  41.  12 

DAVIES,  Lond.  and  Salop,  two  lions'  gambs, 

erased,  the  dexter  ermines,  sinister,  erm., 

holding  a  buckle,  or.  comp.  45.  4 


DAVIES,  Hants.,  a  dove,  wings  addorsed,  ar., 
in  mouth  a  sprig,  vert,  bearing  three  roses, 
or.  comp.  1 06.  14 

DAVIES,  Kent,  a  boar's  head,  couped  and  erect, 
or.  3.  6 

DAVIES,  Kent,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  sa.  44.  14 

DAVIES,  Suss.,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  boar's 
head,  couped,  sa.  3.  3 

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.  95.  13 

DAVIS,  Kent,  a  wolf,  passant,  erm.  63.  3 

DAVIS,  Hants.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
in  hand  a  scimitar,  all  ppr.  1 2 1.  6 

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.  149.  7 

DAVIS,  a  lion,  rampant.  41.   12 

DAVIS,  Heref.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  a 
demi-wolf,  salient,  ar.,  holding  a  cinquefoil, 
gu.  comp.  63.  5 

DAVIS,  Lond.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  ppr.  Ne 
tentes,  aut  perfice.  47.  1 3 

DAVIS,  Eng.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  or,  ducally 
crowned,  gu. 

DAVIS,  a  leopard's  head,  erased,  ppr.        10.  6 

DAVIS,  three  arrows,  one  in  pale,  two  in  sal- 
tier, ppr.  137.  6 

DAVIS,  a  boar's  head,  erased,  ppr.  15.   5 

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.  83.  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.  95.   13 

DAVISS,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  in  hand 
a  sword,  waved,  in  pale,  ppr.  138.  2 

DAVORON,  a  hind,  ppr.  85.  7 

DAVY,  Devons.,  a  paschal  lamb,  regardant, 
ar.,  holding  a  pennon,  of  the  last,  staff,  or. 

see  plate  55 

DAVY,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  an 
elephant's  head,  sa.,  armed,  ar.  24.  12 

DAVY,  an  elephant's  head,  ppr.  24.  10 

DAVY,  Devons.,  a  bird,  wings  addorsed,  ppr., 

in  beak  a  sprig,  vert,  thereon  three  roses,  or. 

see  plate  106 

DAVY,  Suss.,  Suff.,  and  Wilts.,  a  lion,  sejant, 
ar.,  supporting  a  column,  or. 

DAVY,  Devons.,  a  dove  and  olive-branch,  ppr. 

1 06.  8 

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.  60.   10 

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. 

108.    13 
DAW,  Eng.,  an  eagle,  wings  expanded,  looking 

at  the  sun,  ppr.  comp.  98.   10 

DAWBENCY,  Wore.,  a  holly-tree,  vert,  fructed, 

gu.  54-  H 

DAWBENEY,  and  DAWBNEY,  a  cross  pattee,  ar., 

within  an  orle  of  seven  mullets,  or.    158.   13 
DAWBENEY,  Eng.,  a  leopard's  face,  or,  jessant- 

de-lis.  gu.  48.  4 

DAWBENEY,   Eng.,    two  lions'  paws,    erased, 

holding  up  a  crescent,  or.  II.  4 

DAWBENEY,  Eng.,  an  elephant's  head,  erased, 

per  fess,  or  and  vert.  24.  9 

DAWBIN,  a  Triton,  in  sinister  a  trident,  ppr. 

125.  13 
DAWE,  Somers.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  in  hand 

a  swan's  head,  erased,  all  ppr.  151.  3 

DAWE,  Dors.,  in  lion's  gamb,  erased  and  erect, 

ar.,  a  fleur-de-lis,  or.  comp.  43.   I 

DAWES,  Eng.,  on  point  of  a  halberd,  erect,  or, 

a  wy  vern,  tail  nowed,  sans  legs,  sa.,  bezante*e, 

or,  vulned,  gu.  91.  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.  91.   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.  146.   2 

DAWN,  and  DAWNE,  a  crane,  in  moxith  an  oak- 

branch,  ppr.  1 1 6.  7 

DAWNAY,  Baron.     See  DOWNE,  Viscount. 
DAWNEY,  and  DAWNY,  Eng.,  a  dexter  wing,  or. 
DAWNSEY,  a  nag's  head,  couped,  az.,  bezantee, 

bridled,  or.  72.   7 

DAWS,  Surr.,  on  a  demi-battle-axe,  handled, 

or,  headed,  ar.,  a  dragon,  sans  legs,  wings 

addorsed,  bezantee.  91.   I 

DAWS,   Suss.,   a  demi-man,   vested  in  green, 

winding  a  hunting-horn,  ppr.     Hinc  usque 

superna  venabor.  132.  14 

DAWSON,  Line.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 

ppr.,  garnished,  or,  in  gauntlet  a  battle-axe, 

gold.  154.    10 

DAWSON  of  Edwardston  Hall,  Suff.,  a  tabby 

cat's  head,  gardant,  erased,  in  mouth  a  rat, 

ppr.     Vitce  via  virtus.  32.   3 

DAWSON  of  Castle  Dawson,  Iri.,  an  etoile  of 

six  points,  or.    Toujours  propice.  1 28.  5 

DAWSON,  a  cat's  head,   erased,  affrontde,  in 

mouth  a  mouse.  32.  3 

DAWSON,  Yorks.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  hound, 

sa.  59-   5 

DAWSON,  Yorks.  and  Lane.,  a  leopard's  head, 

erased,  gardant.  10.   4 

DAWSON,  Lond.,  an  etoile,  or,  128.  5 

DAWSON,  Eng.,  a  hand,  erect,  charged  with 

an  eye,  ppr.  128.  6 

DAWSON,  Cumb.,  a  demi-talbot,  erm.,  eared, 


119  DEA 

az.,    holding    an    arrow,    or,    flighted    and 
pointed,  ar.  6 1.  4 

DAWSON,  Northumb.,  a  talbot,  passant,  ppr. 
Vitce  via  virtus.  6 1.  7 

DAWTKEY,  Suss.,  a  unicorn,  ar.  70.  13 

DAX,  between  horns  of  a  crescent,  a  cross 
patte'e.  77.  2 

DAX,  an  antelope's  head,  erased.  82.  7 

DAY  of  Beaufort,  Kerry,  two  hands  clasping 
each  other,  couped  at  wrist,  conjoined  to  a 
pair  of  wings,  ppr.  Sic  itur  ad  astra.  131.  5 

DAY,  two  hands  conjoined,  ppr.,  affixed  to  two 
wings,  expanded,  the  dexter,  or,  sinister,  az., 
each  charged  with  a  mullet,  counterchanged. 
comp.  131.   15 

DAY,  Eng.,  two  wings,  expanded,  or  and  az. 

109.   12 

DAY,  a  demi- cockatrice,  wings  expanded.  92.  10 

DAY,  a  greyhound's  head,  erased,  ar.,  collared, 
ringed  and  lined,  gu.,  the  end  nowed. 

comp.  1 8.   10 

DAYRELL,  Bucks. ,  a  goat's  head,  ar.         56.  4 

DAYRELL,  Bucks.,  a  goat's  head,  erased,  ar., 
attired,  or.  55.  2 

DAYRELL  of  Lillingston  Dayrell,  Bucks.,  a 
goat's  head,  erased,  ppr.  Secure  vivere  mors 
est.  55.  2 

DAYRELL  of  Shudy  Camps  Park,  Cambs.,  out 
of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  goat's  head,  erased, 
ppr.  Virtus  mille  scuta.  55.  8 

DAYROLLES,  Surr.,  a  mullet  of  six  points,  or. 

65-  15 
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.  72.    I 

DEACON,  Eng.,  a  nag's  head.   In  utroque  para- 

tus.  72.   i 

DEACONS,  Eng.,  a  demi-eagle,  displayed,  ar., 

winged,  sa.  102.  12 

DEACONS,  Eng.,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  ar.. 

between  wings,  sa.  102.   13 

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.  10.  8 

DEALBENEY,  an  ox-yoke,  in  bend,  sa.  147.  12 
DEALE,  Kent,  within  a  snake,  coiled  up,  ppr., 

a  dove,  ar.,  beaked  and  legged,  gu.     118.  4 
DEALTRY,  out  of  a  cloud,  a  hand,  holding  a 

stag  by  the  horns.  79.  3 

DEALTRY,  a  fleur-de-lis,  ar.  142.    13 

DEALTRY,  an  escallop,  erect.  5.  i 

DEAN,  Lond.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  ar.  88.  7 
DEAN,  Eng.,  a  winged  pillar,  ppr.  132.  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.  51.  15 
DEANE,  Ess.  and  Lane.,  a  bear's  head,  couped, 

ar.,  muzzled,  or.  20.  6 

DEANE,  or  DEAN,  Eng.,  in  hand,  couped,   in 

fess,  ppr.,  a  fleur-de-lis,  or.  133.   5 

DEANE,  or  DANE,  Hants.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased, 

or.  88.  7 

DEANE,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  tortoise,  or.  27.  6 
DEANE,  Ess.,  abear's head,  muzzled,  erased.  28.  2 
DE  ANGOLESME,  Eng.,  a  boat's  sail  affixed  to 

a  mast,  ppr.  21.  I 


DBA  i! 

DEANS,  Eng.  and  Sco.,  a  sword,  in  pale,  ppr., 
ensign ed  on  top  with  a  cross  patte'e.  Arte 
vd  marie.  9°-  l 

DEANS,  Sco.,  a  sword,  in  pale,  point  upward, 
ppr.,  hilt  and  pommel,  or.  65.  6 

DEAR,  and  DEARE,  Eng.,  a  horse  at  full  speed, 
saddled  and  bridled.  73.  9 

DEAR,  a  deer's  head,  ppr.  84.   10 

DEAR,  a  deer's  head,  erased,  ppr.  83.  13 

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.  53.  I 

DBASE,  Iri.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  demi- 
ostrich,  wings  addorsed,  ppr. 

DEASIE,  Sco.,  a  hawk's  head,  erased,  ppr.  103.  3 

DEATH,  Kent,  a  griffin's  head,  or,  in  beak  a 
trefoil,  vert. 

DEAVES,  Eng.,  in  lion's  paw,  erased,  gu.,  a 
dagger,  or.  45.  8 

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  44 

DE  BEAUVOIR,  Bart.,  Iri.:  (i.)  A  griffin's  head 
and  neck,  wings  addorsed,  ar.,  in  beak  'a 
branch  of  woodbine,  ppr.  comp.  88.  10.  (2.) 
An  eagle,  displayed,  vert.  Conduct  is  Fate. 

95-  13 
DE  BELLOMONT,  Eng.,  a  cross  moline,  lozenge 

pierced,  gu.  77.  7 

DEBENHAM,  Eng.,  a  dexter  hand,    apaume'e, 

ppr.,  in  a  maunch.  145.   12 

DE  BEST,  Lond.,  on  a  mural  coronet,  or,   a 

fleur-de-lis,    party,    between     two     laurel- 
branches,  vert. 

DE  BETUM,  Eng.,  an  elephant,  ppr.         24.  14 
DE  BLAQUIEBK,  Baron,  Iri.,  a  garb,  or.     Tiens 

alaverite".  12.  13 

DE  BLOIS,  Eng.,  a  lion,  rampant,  gardant,  gu. 

41.   7 
DEBNAM,  a  bear,  transfixed  by  a  broken  spear, 

ppr.  28.   14 

:Boi 


)HUN,  Eng.,  a  wolf,  current,  ppr.     63.   I 


DE 

DE  BOUCHE,  Eug.,  a  cloud,  ppr. 

DE  BOYS,  Ess.,  a  wyvern,  ar.  91.  5 

DE  BOYS,  Ess.,  a  leg,  in  armour,  embowed, 
couped,  ar.  and  sa.,  spur  and  leather,  or.  1 38.  5 

DEBRAM,  a  wheel,  between  wings. 

DE  BRETEVILLE,  Eng.,  a  staff,  raguly,  in  pale, 
sa.,  surmounted  by  an  eagle,  displayed,  gu. 

96.  6 

DE  BREVILL,  Eng.,  in  hand  a  sheaf  of  arrows, 
ppr.  127.  12 

DE  BRUGES,  Eng.,  a  cross  Calvary,  on  three 
grieces,  gu.  137-4 

DE  BURG,  a  bull's  head,  between  wings.   1 5.  2 

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.  148.  2 

DE  BURGH,  Eng.,  a  water-bouget,  az.   131.  10 

DE  BURGO,  Bart.,  Iri.,  a  mountain-cat,  sejant, 
gardant,  ppr.,  collared  and  chained,  or. 
Ung  roy,  ung  foy,  ung  loy.  comp.  63.  6 

DE  BURGO,  Marquess  Clanricarde.     See  CLAN- 

RICARDE. 

DE  CARDONNEL,  Eng.,  a  dove,  az.  L'esperance 
me  console.  112.  n 


DEG- 

DE  CARTERET,  Eng.,  a  reindeer's  head,  ca- 
bossed.  64.  2 

DE  CHANDEW,  a  nest  of  young  birds,  ppr.    74.  9 

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.  8 

DECKER,  Eng.,  a  mountain-cat,  current,  re- 
gardant, ppr.  63.  14 

DE  CLARE,  Eng.,  the  standard  of  St.  George, 
ppr.  145.  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.  56.  3 

DE  CLINTON,  Eng.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  stag, 
feeding,  ppr.  79.  6 

DE  COSTA,  Eng.,  a  plume  of  ostrich-feathers, 
or.  51.  3 

DE  COURCY,  Baron  Kingsale.     See  KINGSALE. 

DE  COURCY,  Eng.,  a  demi-leopard,  or,  spotted, 
gu.,  collared  and  lined.  9.  I 

DE  COURCY,  Iri.,  a  horse's  head,  issuing,  gu.  72.7 

DE  COWCY,  Eng.,  a  horse's  head,  couped,  ar., 
bridled,  gu.  72.  7 

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.  128.  7 

DE  DREUX,  a  ram's  head,  erased,  ar.,  horned, 
or.  57.  7 

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.  3^7 

DEEDES  of  Sandling  Park,  Kent,  an  eagle's 
head,  erased,  between  wings,  sa.  Facta,  non 
verba.  102.  13 

DEEDES,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  per  fess, 
nebulae,  gu.  and  ar.,  between  wings,  sa. 

IO2.    13 

DEERHAM,  Norf.,  a  bear,  sejant,  rampant,  sa.. 

muzzled,  lined,  and  ringed,  or.  28.   8 

DEERING,    Kent,    in   a   ducal   coronet,    or,   a 

mount,  vert,  thereon  a  horse,  passant,  sa. 

comp.  73.   10 
DEERING,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  az.,  a  dragon's 

head,  or.  90.    12 

DEEVES,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 

unicorn's  head,  gu.,  armed  and  crined,  or. 

70.    I 
DE  FERRARS,  on  a  chapeau,  an  eagle,  preying 

on  a  child,  swaddled,  all  ppr.  97.  3 

DE  FERRERS,  Eng.,  a  pheon,  az.  77.  13 

DEFORTIBUS,  Eng.,  an  escarbuncle,  or.  123.  4 
DE  FREYNE,  Baron  (Trench),  a  dolphin,  naiant, 

ppr.     Malo  mori  quam  fcedari.  68.   1 1 

DE  GAUNT,  Eng.,  a  cross  patte'e,  fitched,  sa. 

50.  2 
DEGGE,  Derbs.  and  Staffs.,  on  a  ducal  coronet, 

or,  a  falcon,  close,  ar.,  jessed  and  belled,  of 

the  last.  107.  2 

DE  GINKELL.     See  ATHLONE,  Earl. 
DEGON,  Eng.,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  a  dolphin, 

haurient.  68.  2 

DEGON,  Eng.,  a  portcullis,  az.  138.  1 1 

DE  GRAY,  Eng.,  a  dart  and  palm-branch,  in 

saltier,  ppr.  157.   13 


DEG- 


DEL 


DE  GREY,  Earl,  Baron  Lucas  and  Grantham 
(De  Grey):  (i.)  On  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned 
up,  erm.,  a  cockatrice,  wings  erect,  or.  92.  4. 
(2.)  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  mount, 
vert,  thereon  a  stag  at  gaze,  gold.  Qualis 
ab  incepto.  81.  3 

DEHANEY,  IrL,  a  demi-bear,  rampant,  ppr. 

28.  5 

DE  HAKCLA,  Eng.,  a  fret,  az.  128.   n 

DE  HATFIELD,  Eng.,  on  stump  of  tree,  sprout- 
ing branches,  an  eagle,  wings  addorsed  and 
inverted,  all  ppr.  99.  9 

DEINSTON,  Sco.,  a  tree,  ppr.,  fructed,  gu.  25.   13 

DEKENER,  Middx.,  out  of  a  tower,  vert,  a 
tiger's  head,  ppr.,  collared,  or.  22.  7 

DELABER,  Eng.,  a  greyhound,  sejant,  collared, 
sa.  18.  13 

DE  LA  CHAMBRE,  Suss.,  an  ass's  head,  erased, 
ar.  20.  2 

DE  LA  CHEROIS  of  Donaghadee,  an  anchor, 
erect,  ppr.  Fac  et  spera.  153.  1 1 

DELADOWNE,  an  arm,  vested,  az.,  cuffed,  or,  in 
hand,  ppr.,  a  cup,  of  the  first,  flames  issuing, 
ppr.  comp.  67.  12 

DELAFELD,  and  DELAFIELD,  Eng.,  an  ox's  foot, 
couped,  sa.  65.  9 

DELAFIELD,  Eng.,  a  cross  patteefc  gu.,  between 
wings,  or.  94.  6 

DELAFIELD,  Middx.,  a  dove,  wings  expanded, 
in  mouth  an  olive-branch,  all  ppr.  Insignia 
fortunce  paria — and — Fest.  1 06.  13 

DE  LA  FONS,  Eng.,  a  wolf,  sejant,  or.        19.  8 

DE  LA  FOSSE,  a  cock,  or.  94.  12 

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.  49.  4 

DELAHEY,  Heref.,  a  wolf's  head.  19.  5 

DELAHILL,  Eng.,  a  caltrap,  az. 

DELAITE,  a  cock,  or.  94.  12 

DELALAUD,  Eng.,  two  hands  conjoined,  sup- 
porting a  human  heart,  ppr.  133.  3 

DELALAND,  Eng.,  a  leopard's  head,  issuing  from 
a  tower,  ppr.  24.  2 

DELALEIGH,  out  of  a  crescent,  or,  a  cross  cross- 
let,  fitched,  sa.  127.  I 

DELALYND,  Eng.,  in  the  sea,  ppr.,  an  anchor. 

138.  12 

DELALYND,  and  DELALYNDE,  Eng.,  an  escallop, 
gu.,  between  eagles'  wings,  or.  5.  4 

DELAMAINE,  a  chevalier  in  armour,  ppr.,  in 
dexter  a  tilting-spear,  with  pennon  unrolled. 

137.  5 

DELAMAINE,  Eng.,  a  man  in  military  uniform, 
az.,  holding  a  flag  in  bend,  gu.  127.  5 

DELAMARE,  Eng.,  an  eel,  naiaut,  ppr.      no.  7 

DEL  AM  ARE,  Eng.,  a  ship  under  sail,  in  the  sea, 
ppr.  21.  13 

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  86 

DELAMERE,  Chesh.,  same  crest. 
'  DELAMERE,  a  pheasant,  ppr.  113.  13 

DELAMOTE,  and  DELAMOTTE,  Eng.,  an  ostrich's 
head,  in  mouth  a  horse's  shoe,  between  two 
feathers,  ppr.  108.  7 

DELAMOTE,  a  lion,  passant,  gardant,  collared, 
vair.  see  plate  36 


DELAMYNE,  a  ship  in  full  sail.  21.  13 

DELANCEY,  and  DELANCY,  Eng.,  a  demi-leopard, 

gardant,  supporting  an  anchor,  ppr.         9.  9 
DELANCEY,  a  sinister  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 

in  hand  a  standard,  with  flag.  122.  15 

DELAND,  Eng.,  a  leopard's  head,  issuing  from 

a  tower,  ppr.  24.  2 

DELANE,  Eng.,  an  eagle,  displayed,  or,  charged 

with  a  mullet,  sa.  comp.  101.  n 

DELANEY,    and  DELANY,   Eng.,   an  antelope, 

trippant,  ppr.  82.   14 

DELANEY,  and  DELANY,  between  wings,  a  swan, 

statant,  ppr.  see  plate  75 

DELANEY,  Iri.,  a  buffalo's  head,  erased,  gu. 

14.  9 
DELANY,  a  bull's  head,  erased,   out  of  ducal 

coronet.  14.  2 

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.  127.  6 

DELAP,  Eng.,  a  rose-branch,  with  three  roses, 

ppr.  30.  4 

DELAP,  Lond.  and  Surr.,  a  cubit  arm,  in  ar- 
mour, in  pale,  in  hand  a  sword,  ppr.,  hilt 

and  pommel,  gold.  155.  7 

DELAPINDE,  in  lion's  gamb,  erased,  ar.,  three 

pines,  or,  leaved,  vert. 
DELAPIPE,  Eng.,  three  organ  pipes,  or,  enfiled 

with  garland  of  laurel,  vert.  137.  7 

DELAPLAUNCH,  Eng.,  a  cross  moline,  erm. 

77-  9 
DELAPLAUNCH,   Eng.,   a  hunting-horn,  sans 

strings,  sa.,  garnished,  or.  I.   14 

DELAPOOL,   DELAPOOLE,   and   DE  LA  POOLE, 

Eng.,  a  crosier,  gu.  150.  9 

DELAPOOLE,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,   a  leopard, 

statant,  ppr.  9.    12 

DE  LA  RIVER,  and  DELARIVER,  Yorks.,  in  lion's 

paw  a  broken  spear,  ppr.  49.   I 

DE  LA  RIVER,  and  DELARIVER,  a  shepherd's 

flute,  or.  150.  6 

DELAROUS,  an  armed  arm,  in  hand  a  sword, 

ppr.  140.   13 

DELATUNE,  Hants.,  an  antelope,  passant,  or. 

82.   14 
DELATURE,  a  lamb,  bearing  cross  and  banner. 

55-  10 

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.  142.  9 

DELAVACHE,  Eng.,  an  ox-yoke,  in  pale,  sa. 

147.  12 

DELAVAL,  Northumb.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 
or,  a  goat's  head,  ar.,  attired,  gold.  Dieu 
me  conduise.  55*  ^ 

DELAVAL,  a  salamander  in  flames,  ppr.     27.  8 

DELAVALL,  Northumb.,  a  ram's  head,  erased, 
ar.,  attired,  or.  57-7 

DELAVERE,  a  stag,  salient,  ppr.  79.  7 

DELAVERE,  a  Catherine  wheel,  dropping  blood, 
allgu.  145-  !5 

DELAWAR,  a  bird's  head,  couped,  ar.,  beaked, 
gu.  102.  9 

DELAWARR,  Earl  (West),  out  of  a  ducal  coro- 
net, or,  a  griffin's  head,  az.,  beaked  and 
eared,  gold.  Jour  de  ma  vie  !  86.  3 

DELECHAMBER,  Suss.,  an  ass's  head,  erased,  ar. 

22.  2 


DEL 


DEN 


DELEGH,  out  of  a  crescent,  or,  a  cross  crosslet, 

fitched,  sa.  127.  I 

DELEVAL,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  a  lion's  head, 

erased,  ducally  crowned,  all  ppr.  47.  8 

DELGARNO,  Eng.,  a  sea-lion,  statant,  in  dexter 

a  cross  moline.  see  plate  69 

DELILERS,  Lond.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  az., 

ducally  crowned,  gu.  comp.  46.  3 

DELINE,  Eng.,  a  rock,  ppr.  Esse  quam  videri. 

67-  5 
DE  LISLE  and  DUDLEY,  Baron  (Sydney):  (i.) 

For  Sidney,  a  porcupine,  statant,  az.,  quills, 

collar  and  chain,  or.    Quo  fata  vacant.  33.  2. 

(2.)  For  SheUey,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  ar., 

ducally  gorged,  or.  comp.  87.   I 

DE  LISLE,  a  lion,  passant,  gardant.         36.   13 
DELL,  Eng.,  issuing  from  a  cloud,   in  hand, 

erect,  a  garb.  136.   10 

DELLABEB,  Eng.,  a  tower,  ppr.,  flagged,  ar., 

charged  with  a  saltier,  sa. 
DELLABER,  a  greyhound,  sejant,  sa.         18.  14 
DELLABERE,  Glouc.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or, 

a  plume  of  feathers.  108.  5 

DELLEE,  Eng. ,  on  a  mount,  a  dove,  ppr. 

106.  12 
DELLYNE,  Eng.,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  a  Cornish 

chough,  ppr.  119.  6 

DELMAR,  a  lion,  sejant,  gu.,  collared,  dancettee, 

dexter  resting  on  a  fleur-de-lis,     seeplate  38 
DELME,   and    DELMIE,   a  lion,   passant,    gu., 

against  an  anchor,  sa.  comp.  36.  1 1 

DELSUME,  Eng.,  a  pegasus'  head,  ar.,  between 

wings,  or.  72.  4 

DELVES,  Sco.  and  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 

or,  a  demi- eagle,  displayed,  ar.     Je  ne  puis. 

101.   2 

DELVES,  Eng.,  a  dolphin,  embowed,  az.  68.  n 

DE  MANDEVILE,  Eng.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a 
stag,  current,  regardant,  ppr.  81.  14 

DE  MARDESTON,  Eng.,  a  cross  fleury,  fitched, 
gu.,  fleury,  or.  123.  6 

DE  MARDESTON,  SufL,  out  of  a  mural  coronet, 
a  lion's  head.  45.  15 

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.  10 

DEMESCHINES,  Eng.,  in  hand,  a  cutlass,  ppr. 

158.  9 

DE  MENBURGH,  a  cinquefoil.  80.  3 

DE  MOHUN,  Eng.,  a  lion's  head,  regardant, 
ppr.  48.  12 

DE  MONTACUTE,  Eng.,  a  griffin's  head,  gu., 
between  wings,  or.  88.  6 

DE  MONTGOMERY,  Eng.,  a  demi-savage,  in  dex- 
ter a  sword,  in  sinister  a  marshal's  baton, 
ppr.  127.  2 

DE  MONTMORENCY,  a  peacock  in  pride,  ppr. 

117.   I 

DE  MONTMORENCY  of  Castle  Morres,  Kilkenny, 
a  peacock  in  pride,  ppr.  Dieu  ayde.  117.  i 

DE  MORTON,  Eng. ,  a  griffin,  segreant,  sa. 

86.  10 

DE  MOWBRAY,  Eng.,  a  fox,  current,  ppr.    1 6.   13 

DEMPSEY,  Eng.,  a  sphinx,  wings  addorsed,  ppr., 

129.   13 

DEMPSEY,  Iri.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  seven 
battle-axes,  erect,  ppr.  132.  4 

DEMPSTER  of  Skibo,  Sutherland,  a  leg-bone 
and  palm-branch,  in  saltier,  ppr.  Mors  aut 
vita  decora.  66.  6 


DEMPSTER,  a  demi-lion,  gu.,  in  dexter  a  sword, 
in  pale,  ppr.  Fortiter  et  strenue.  44.  1 1 

DEN,  and  DEN  A,  Eng.,  a  black's  head,  sa., 
banded,  ar.  135.  8 

DEN,  and  DENNE,  Kent,  on  a  staff,  raguly, 
vert,  a  stag,  lodged,  ppr.,  attired,  or. 

comp.  80.  10 

DEN,  and  DENNE,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  stag, 
lodged,  regardant,  ar.  80.  5 

DENBIGH,  Earl  of  (Percy-Fielding),  a  nut- 
hatch, with  a  hazel- branch,  fructed,  all  ppr. 
Virtutis  prcemium  honor.  58.  1 1 

DENBY,  Eng.,  an  antelope,  passant,  gu.,  col- 
lared, ar.  comp.  82.  14 

DENCH,  Eng.,  a  unicorn's  head,  between  two 
branches  of  laurel,  in  orle,  ppr.  71.  8 

DENE,  Devons.,  in  dexter  hand,  a  cross  cross- 
let,  fitched.  1 1 6.  14 

DENESTON,  Eng.,  a  cross  fleury,  fitched,  gu., 
fleury,  or.  123.  6 

DE  NEWBURG,  Eng.,  a  quatrefoil,  vert.   124.  i 

DENGAINE,  on  a  mount,  a  stag,  feeding,  ppr. 

79.  6 

D'ENGAINE,  on  a  mount,  a  stag,  feeding,  ppr. 

79-  6 

DENGAYNE,  Eng.,  a  tower,  sa.,  with  a  cupola, 
gu.,  surmounted  by  a  flag,  also  gu.  22.  5 

DENHAM, Sco.,  a  thistle  and  rose  slip,  in  saltier, 
all  ppr.  Juvant  aspera  probum.  30.  3 

DENHAM,  Sco.,  a  crane,  in  dexter  a  stone,  ppr. 
Cura  dat  victoriam.  115.  6 

DENHAM,  Eng.,  a  lion's  head,  erased.     47.   13 

DENHANY,  a  demi-bear,  salient,  ar.  28.  5 

DENHOLM,  Sco.,  a  stag,  lodged,  ppr.         80.  9 

DENIS,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  plume 
of  five  ostrich-feathers,  ppr.  108.  5 

DENISON,  Eng.,  out  of  a  naval  coronet,  a  demi- 
mermaid,  in  dexter  a  mirror,  in  sinister  a 
comb,  ppr.  122.  2 

DENISON,  Eng.,  a  dexter  arm,  in  bend,  sleeved, 
vert,  hand,  ppr.,  pointing  to  a  star,  or. 

comp.  159.  8 

DENISTOUN,  in  dexter  hand  an  antique  shield, 
sa.,  charged  with  a  star,  or.  158.  II 

DENMAN,  Baron  (Denman),  a  raven,  rising, 
ppr.,  in  beak,  an  annulet,  or.  Prudentia  ct 
constantia."  seeplate  114 

DENMAN,  Eng.,  a  demi-grey friar,  vested,  ppr., 
in  dexter  a  lash.  124.  2 

DENN,  Suss.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  camel's 
head,  or.  comp.  31.  9 

DENNE,  Kent,  on  a  chapeau,  vert,  turned  up, 
erm.,  a  peacock  in  pride,  ppr.  116.  13 

DENNESTOUN,  Lord,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand,  ppr., 
an  antique  shield,  sa.,  charged  with  a  star, 
or.  Adversa  virtute  repcllo.  158.  n 

DENNET,  Lond.,  a  boar's  head,  erased,  az.    15.  5 

DENNETT,  Eng.,  in  hand  an  escallop,  ppr. 

158.  3 

DENNETT,  a  demi-wolf,  sa.,  collared,  indented, 
ar.  comp.  19.  9 

DENNEY,  and  DENNY,  Ess.  and  Norf.,  a  cubit 
arm,  erect,  ppr.,  in  hand  a  bunch  of  barley, 
or.  134.  7 

DENNIE,  and  DENNY,  Sco.,  a  hand,  erect,  point- 
ing with  two  fingers  to  the  sun.  124.  12 

DENNIS,  Glouc.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  az.,  be- 
zantee.  44.  1 4 

DENNIS,  a  leopard's  head  and  neck,  couped, 
ppr.  10.  12 

DENNIS,  Iri.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  in  hand 
a  sheaf  of  arrows,  ppr.  146.  I 


DEN  123 


DENNIS,  Cornw.,  a  dragon's  head  and  neck, 

couped.  90.  4 

DENNIS,  Eng.,  a  tiger's  head,  erased,  erm.   10.  6 

DENNISTOUN,  Eng.,  a  squirrel,  sejant,  or.  58.  12 

DENNY,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,   a  plume  of 

ostrich-feathers.  108.  5 

DENNY,  Bart.,  Iri.,  a  cubit  arm,  vested,  az., 

cuffed,  ar.,  in  hand  wheat-ears,  or.     Et  mea 

messis  erit.  149.  9  and  10 

DENNY,  Iri.,  a  garb,  in  fess,  ppr.  12.  9 

DENNY,  Eng.,  a  buck's  head,  couped  at  neck. 

84.   ii 

DENNYS,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  plume 
of  five  ostrich-feathers,  ppr.  108.   5 

DENOUAC,  Eng.,  between  wings  a  globe,  there- 
on an  eagle,  wings  expanded,  ppr. 

comp.  8.  2 

DENOVAN,  Sco.,  a  stag,  trippant,  gu.        79.  4 
DENSHIRE,  Eng.,  a  lion,   regardant,   holding 
with  both  paws  an  anchor,  all  ppr. 

see  plate  36 

DENSTON,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  in 

dexter  hand  a  sword,  blade  wavy,  ppr.    1 38.  2 

DENSY,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  a  stag,  passant, 

ppr.  79.  9 

DENT,  a  demi-wolf.  eomp.  19.   7 

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.  10.  14 

DENT,  Surr.,  a  tiger's  head,  couped,  ar.  10.  12 

DENTON,  a  stork,  ppr.  115.  8 

DENTON,  (Dumb.,  a  martlet,  sa.  119.  5 

DENTON,  Camb.,  a  lion,  couchant,  or.       39.   5 

DENYS,  Bart.,  Northamp.,  a  demi-lion,  ermi- 

nois,   collared,    gu.,    between  paws   a  lily, 

slipped,  ppr.     Hora  e  sempre.        see  plate  44 

DENYS,  by  a  tree,  vert,  an  antelope,  passant, 

ppr.  see  plate  82 

DEPDEN,  Eng.,  an  anchor,  or,  surmounted  by 

a  fleur-de-lis.  131.    12 

DEPDEN,  a  dexter  and  sinister  hand,  wielding 

a  two-handed  sword,  ppr.  122.  4 

DEPHAM,  Eng.,  a  church,  ppr.  23.   13 

DEPHAM,  Eng.,  a  lion,  passant,  ppr.          36.   I 

DE  PLACETES,  a  lion's  head,  ppr.,  collared,  or. 

49.  14 

DE  PONTHIEU,  a  tree,  vert.  26.  1 1 

DEPTUN,  Eng.,  an  anchor,  or,  enfiled  by  a  fleur- 
de-lis,  sa.  131.   12 
DE  PUDSEY,  Eng.,  an  eagle's  head,  gu.,  in  beak 
an  acorn,  slipped  and  leaved,  vert.       102.  4 
DERAM,  Eng.,  in  hand,  in  fess,  couped,  a  fleur- 
de-lis,  ppr.  133.  5 
DERAM,  a  pyramid,  entwined  by  a  vine,  ppr. 

145-   H 

DERAW,  Eng.,  a  bundle  of  quills,  ar.         51.  4 

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.  97-3 

DERBY,  a  garb,  ar.,  banded,  or.  12.   13 

DERBY,  a  dromedary,  ppr.  31.   ii 

DEREHAM,  Norf.,  a  bear,  rampant,  sejant,  sa., 

muzzled,  lined  and  ringed,  or,  charged  on 

shoulders  with  an  annulet,  ar.     comp.  28.  8 

DERHAM,  a  demi-wolf,  rampant.  63.  5 

DERHAM,  Iri.,  a  demi-wolf,  per  pale,  or  and 

sa. 

DERHAM, Eng.,  two  hands,  winged  and  clasped. 

131-  5 


DES 

DERHAUGH,  Suff.,  a  tiger,  passant,  or,  tufted 
and  rnaned,  sa.  9.  13 

DERING,  Bart.,  Kent,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or, 
a  horse,  passant,  sa.,  maned,  gold.  Terrere 
nolo,  timere  nescio.  73.  10 

DE  RINZY  of  Clobewan  Hall,  "VYexford,  a 
sword,  erect,  ppr.,  hilted,  or.  Facta,  non 
verba.  65.  6 

DE  RIVERS,  and  DE  RYVERS,  Eng.,  a  tortoise, 
passant,  ppr.  27.  6 

DE  RIVERS,  a  bat,  displayed.  74.   5 

DERMOTT,  Iri.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  or.    88.  7 

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.  52.  I 

DERNFORD,  Eng.,  a  sphinx,  passant,  gardant, 
wings  addorsed,  ppr.  129.  13 

DE  ROMARA,  Eng.,  a  stag's  head,  at  gaze,  ppr. 

82.   i 

DE  ROUILLON,  Norf.,  a  dolphin,  haurient,  sa. 

68.  5 

DERRICK,  on  a  spear-head,  a  savage's  head, 
couped,  dropping  blood,  ppr.  Virtute,  non 
viribus.  comp.  123.  10 

DERULE,  Eng.,  a  demi-wolf,  gu.  63.  5 

DERWELL,  Eng.,  a  harp,  or.  77.   n 

DERWIN,  a  demi-griffin,  in  claws  an  escallop. 

see  plate  86 

DE  SALLIS,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  demi- 
harpy,  displayed,  ducally  crowned. 

see  plate  32 

DESANGES,  a' cherub's  head,  or.  136.  2 

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.  104.  10 

DESBARRES,  Eng.,  an  arm,  couped  at  shoulder, 
embowed,  in  hand  a  spear,  in  pale,  all  ppr. 

141.   15 

DESBOROUGH,  and  DESBROWE,"a  bear's  head, 
couped,  sa.,  muzzled,  or.  20.  6 

DESBOUVERIE,  Eng.,  a  demi-eagle,  with  two 
heads,  displayed,  sa.,  ducally  gorged,  charged 
with  a  cross  crosslet.  see  plate  96 

DESBRISAY,  Eng.,  a  bell,  or.  159.  I 

DESBROWE,  a  talbot's  head,  erased.  61.  2 

DESCHAMPS,  Eng.,  the  golden  fleece,  girt  round 
middle  with  a  collar,  or.  57.  6 

DE  SENLIZE,  Eng.,  a  lion,  passant,  gardant, 
gu.  36-  *3 

DE  SILVA,  a  lion,  rampant,  gu.  41.   12 

DESLAND,  Iri.,  two  hands,  conjoined,  support- 
ing a  heart.  133-3 

DESMOND,  a  lion,  passant,  gardant,  or,  grasp- 
ing a  saltier,  gu.  see  plate  37 

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.  37.  8 

DESNE,  a  leopard's  face,  affronted,  breaking 
with  its  mouth  a  sword.  see  plate  10 

DESNEY,  a  wyvern,  sans  legs,  vert. 

DESPARD,  Iri.,  in  hand  a  broken  spear.    144.  4 

DESPARD,  Eng.,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  star 
of  twelve  rays,  ar. 

DESPENCER,  LE,  Eng.,  a  griffin's  head,  ppr. 

88.  7 


DES 


124 


DEY 


DESPENCER,  Eng.,  two  wings  conjoined,  ppr. 

"3-  3 

DESS,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up,  erm.,  an 
owl,  close,  or.  comp.  107.  8 

DESSBON,  a  marquess's  coronet,  ppr. 

DESSE,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up,  erm.,  an 
owl,  wings  expanded,  or.  Vigilo.  107.  7 

DESSEN,  a  porcupine,  sa.,  spines  tipped,  or. 

33-  8 

DES  VOEUX,  Bart.,  Iri.,  a  squirrel,  sejant,  ppr. 
Altiora  in  votis.  5^'  I2 

DE  TABLET,  Baron  (Warren),  a  swan's  neck, 
couped,  ar.,  guttee-de-sang.  Pro  rege  et 
patrid.  see  plate  75 

DETHICK,  Derbs.  and  Norf.,  a  nag's  head, 
erased,  ar.  72.  I 

DETHICK,  Durh.,  a  horse's  head,  couped,  ar., 
charged  on  neck  with  a  mullet,  on  a  cres- 
cent, see  plate  72 

DETHICKE,  Eng.,  an  eagle,  regardant,  wings 
expanded  and  inverted,  ppr.  100.  10 

DETON,  and  DETTON,  Eng.,  a  goat's  head, 
erased,  ar.,  collared,  gu.  comp.  55.  2 

DETON,  Eng.,  on  a  tower,  ar.,  a  crescent,  gu. 

22.    10 

DEUCHAR,  Sco.,  a  boar's  head,  erased,  between 
two  branches  of  laurel,  ppr.  Verus  adfinem. 

comp.  3.   II 

DEUCHAR,  Sco.,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  between 
two  alder  branches.  comp.  3.  1 1 

DEUCHAR,  Sco.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  an 
arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  in  hand  a  sword, 
all  ppr.  1 20.  9 

DE  UFFORD,  Eng.,  a  demi-eagle,  displayed,  sa. 

102.  12 

D'EuREUX,  Eng.,  five  arrows,  gu.,  headed,  or, 
feathered,  ar. ,  bound  by  a  belt,  of  the  first, 
buckled,  gold.  107.  11 

D'EuREUX,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or, 
a  talbot's  head.  60.  6 

DEVALL,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  a  greyhound, 
sejant.  see  plate  18 

DE  VALLANCE,  Eng  ,  a  greyhound's  head,  gu. 

20.  4 

DEVAYNES,  Eng.,  a  lion,  rampant,  between 
paws  a  battle-axe.  see  plate  40 

DEVAYNES,  out  of  a  baron's  coronet,  a  demi- 
dragon,  in  dexter  a  sword. 

DEVEN,  a  lion,  rampant,  ar.,  ducally  gorged, 
or.  see  plate  40 

DEVENDALE,  Eng.,  a  long  cross,  a/.         147.  4 

DEVANISH,  Suss.,  a  demi- tiger,  salient,  vert, 
in  dexter  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  ar. 

see  plate  9 

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  18 

DEVENSHIRE,  Cornw.,  an  eagle,  ppr.        98.  13 

DEVERAL,  and  DEVEREL,  Eng.,  the  rays  of  the 
sun  issuing  from  behind  a  cloud,  ppr.  14.  i 

DEVERE,  Bart.,  Iri. :  (i.)  On  a  chapeau,  turned 
up,  erm.,  a  boar,  passant,  az.,  bristled  and 
tusked,  or.  4.  12.  (2.)  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.  79.  4 

DEVEREULX,  a  talbot's  head,  ar.,  ducally 
crowned,  or.  60.  10 


DEVEREUX,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  talbot's 

head,  ar.,  eared,  gu.  60.  6 

DEVEREUX,  a  tower,  ppr.  22.  14 

DEVEREUX,  Viscount  Hereford,  out  of  a  ducal 

coronet,  or,  a  talbot's  head,  ar.,  eared,  gu. 

Virtutis  com.es  invidia.  60.  6 

DEVERSON,  a  lion's  head,  gardant  and  erased, 
gu.,  collared,  or.  comp.  47.  3 

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. 

123.  6 

DEVETTS,  issuing  from  clouds,  a  cubit  arm,  in 
fess,  in  hand  a  sword,  erect,  enfiled  with  a 
boar's  head,  erased.  comp.  152.  5 

D.EVEY-,  Eng.,  a  dexter  arm,  embowed,  in  fess, 
couped,  ppr.,  vested,  sa.,  in  hand  a  cross 
crosslet,  fitched,  gu.  103.  8 

DE  VISME,  an  eagle,  displayed,  ppr.        95.  13 

DE  VISME,  an  eagle,  displayed,  sans  legs,  ppr. 

DEVOIKE,  a  dexter  hand  throwing  an  arrow, 
ppr.  i.  6 

DEVON,  Eng.,  a  horse's  head,  ar.,  thrust 
through  by  a  spear,  sa.,  head,  or.  72.  8 

DEVON,  Earl  of  (Courtenay),  a  dolphin,  naiant, 
ppr.  Ubi  lapsus  ?  quid  fed  ?  68.  1 1 

DEVONSHIRE,  Eng.,  a  cross  moline,  or.     77.  9 

DEVONSHIRE,  Duke  of,  Marquess  of  Hartington 
(Spence-Cavendish),  a  snake,  nowed,  ppr. 
Cavendo  tut  us.  in.  6 

DE  WAETOR,  WAGER,  Eng.,  the  attires  of  a 
stag  fixed  to  scalp,  or.  comp.  So.  6 

DEWAR,  Northumb.,  a  holy  lamb  bearing  the 
banner  of  St.  Andrew,  ppr.  55.  II 

DEWAR,  Sco.,  a  cock,  crowing,  ppr.  Gloria 
patri.  94.  12 

DE  WARREN,  Eng.,  a  lion,  passant,  gardant, 
az.  36.  13 

DEWELL,  and  DE  WELLE,  Eng.,  on  a  mount, 
vert,  a  horse,  current,  ar.,  bridled,  sa.  73.  8 

DEWELLES,  an  ostrich's  head  and  wings,  ar., 
ducally  gorged,  gu.,  in  mouth  a  horse-shoe, 
az.  comp.  1 08.  6  and  8 

DEWERS,  an  anchor,  with  cable,  ppr.       133.  7 

DEWES,  Warw.,  a  wolf's  head,  erased,  or, 
collared,  vair,  in  mouth  a-  quatrefoil,  pierced, 
gu.,  slipped,  ppr.  see  plate  19 

DEWHURST,  Lane.,  a  wolf's  head,  erminois. 
Spes  mea  in  Deo.  19.  5 

DEWHURST,  Lane.,  a  wolf's  head,  erased,  er- 
minois, collared,  az.  Spes  mea  in  Deo, 

comp.  19.  3 

DEWING,  Norf.,  a  greyhound's  head,  erased, 
ar.,  collared  and  ringed,  gu.  comp.  18.  10 

DE  WINTON  of  Clifton,  Glouc.,  a  wyvern,  ppr. 
Si/n  ar  dy  Hun.  91.  5 

DEWSBURY,  Glouc.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  mart- 
let, or.  119.  5 

DEXTER,  Eng.,  a  tree,  pendent  therefrom  two 
weights.  25.  14 

DEYCOURT,  Eng.,  a  sword,  in  pale,  enfiled  with 
a  leopard's  face.  10.  I 

DEYNCOURT,  Eng.,  the  Standard  of  St.  George, 
ppr.  145.  II 

DEYNES,  Suff ,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  gold,  a 
dragon's  head,  sa.,  gorged  with  two  bars, 
or.  comp.  go.  10 

DEYVELLE,  DEYVILL,  and  DAVELL,  Eng.,  an 
arm,  in  fess,  ppr.,  vested,  in  hand  a  fleur- 
de-lis,  or.  comp.  133.  5 

DEYVIL,  Eng.,  a  fleur-de-lisj  gu.  142.  13 


D'EY 


DIL, 


D'EYVILL,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
ppr.,  in  hand  a  club,  sa.,  spiked,  or.  154.  13 

DIAMONT,  a  demi-lion,  or,  in  dexter  a  fusil,  gu., 
charged  with  a  fleur-de-lis,  gold,  see  plate  44 

DIAS,  Eng.,  on  a  garland  of  laurel,  a  lion,  pas- 
sant, ppr.  36.  12 

DIBBLE,  DIABLE,  and  DIBLE,  Eng.,  on  a  cha- 
peau,  a  lion,  statant,  gardant,  ducally  gorged, 
tail  extended.  37-  14 

DIBDIN,  Eng.,  a  talbot,  passant,  collared,  ppr. 

61.  8 

DIBLE,  and  DIBLEY,  Eng.,  a  demi-Hercules, 
holding  over  shoulder  a  club,  ppr.  I.  II 

DiCCONSON,  Eng.,  a  hind's  head,  or.  85.  3 

DICEY,  a  demi-lion,  or.    Fide  et  amore.     44.  14 

DICEY,  Eng.,  a  lion,  sejant,  .gu.,  supporting 
between  paws  a  shield,  ar.  38.  4 

DICHER,  Salop,  a  bear,  passant,  ar.          28.  1 1 

DICK,  QUINTIN,  Esq.,  of  Layer  Tower,  Ess.,  a 
cat,  sejant.  Semper  fidelis.  32.  2 

DICK,  Bart.,  of  Braid,  Sco.,  a  stag's  head, 
erased,  ppr.,  attired,  or.  Virtute — and — 
Publica  solus  mca  merces.  83.  13 

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.  21.  10 

DICK,  Iri.,  a  horse's  head,  armed,  ppr.,  bridled, 
gu.  71.  6 

DICK,  a  leopard,  sejant,  ppr.  9.   10 

DICK,  Eng.,  a  dagger  and  sword,  in  saltier, 
ppr. 

DICKENS,  a  hind's  head.  85.  3 

DICKENS,  Suff.,  a  lion,  rampant,  ppr.,  holding 
a  cross  flory,  sa.  comp.  40.  8 

DICKENS,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  couped  in 
fess,  from  elbow,  in  pale,  holding  up  an 
esquire's  helmet,  all  ppr.  67.  13 

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  39 

DICKENS,  a  demi-leopard,  ppr.  IJostis  honori 
invidia.  9.  I 

DICKENSON,  Wilts.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or, 
a  hand,  holding  a  fleur-de-lis.  137.  3 

DICKENSON,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  phoenix 
in  flames,  ppr.  103.  7 

DICKENSON,  out  of  clouds,  a  cubit  arm,  erect, 
in  hand  a  branch  of  laurel,  all  ppr.  144.  13 

DICKENSON,  Lond.,  in  hand  an  ox-yoke,  ppr. 

124.  3 

DICKENSON,  a  tiger,  sejant,  erm.,  ducally 
gorged,  or,  in  gamb  a  broad  arrow,  gold, 
feathered,  ar.  comp.  9.  10 

DICKENSON,  and  DICONSON,  Line.,  Yorks.,  and 
Staff.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  per  pale,  er- 
minois  and  az.  44.  14 

DICKENSON,  a  greyhound's  head,  between  two 
roses,  slipped  and  leaved,  ppr.  18.  2 

DICKENSON,  in  hand,  ppr.,  vested,  gu.,  an  es- 
carbuncle,  ar.  156.  15 

DICKENSON,  out  of  clouds,  a  cubit  arm,  erect, 
in  hand  three  wheat-ears,  all  ppr. 

comp.  144.  13  and  149.  9 

DICKESON,  Eng.,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  in 
mouth  four  arrows,  all  ppr.  3.  7 

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  3 1 

DICKEY,  and  DICKIE,  Eng.,  a  ferret,  ppr.    34.  5 


DICKIE,  Sco.,  oil  a  rock,  an  alder-tree,  growing, 

PP^  54-    13 

DICKIN,  Salor  a  lion,  sejant,  or,  in  dexter  a 
cross  crosskj,  gold.  Vincit  veritas. 

see  plate  38 

DICKINS,  Suss. :  (l.)  A  lion,  sejant,  sa.,  holding 
a  cross  flory,  or.  see  plate  38.  (2.)  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  38 

DICKMAN,  a  demi-horse,  rampant.  72.    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.  140.   13 

DICKSON,  Bart.,  Norf.,  same  crest  and  motto. 

DICKSON,  Arbroath,  in  dexter  hand  a  sword, 
in  bend,  ppr.,  hilt  and  pommel,  or.  Fortes 
fortuna  jurat.  159.  7 

DICKSON,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  sword,  in  bend,  ppr. 
fortes  fortuna  jurat.  1 59-  7 

DICKSON,  Iri.,  out  of  a  tower,  a  lion's  head, 
ppr.  24.  6 

DICKSON,  Sco.,  a  winged  heart,  ppr.  Ccelum 
versus.  52>  II 

DICKSON,  Sco.,  a  hart,  couchant,  gardant,  ppr., 
attired,  or,  within  two  branches  of  laurel,  in 
orle,  vert.  Cubo  sed  euro.  So.  14 

DICOM,  and  DICONS,  Beds.,  a  cock's  head,  az., 
beaked,  or,  combed,  and  wattled,  gu.  94.  9 

DICOME,  Line.,  a  unicorn's  head,  erased,  quar- 
terly, erm.  and  gu.,  crined,  or,  the  horn 
gobony,  of  the  last  and  ar.  70.  5 

DIDDIER,  or  DIDEAR,  a  demi-griffm,  wings  ex- 
panded, ppr.  86.  13 

DIETZ,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  pair  of  stag's 
horns.  83.  8 

DIFFORD,  and  DITFORD,  a  lion's  head,  erased, 
or,  ducally  crowned,  gu.  comp.  44.  5 

DIGBY,  Earl  (Digby),  an  ostrich,  ar.,  in  mouth 
a  horse-shoe,  or.  Deo,  non  fortuna.  108.  13 

DIGBY,  an  ostrich,  ar.,  in  mouth  a  horse-shoe, 
ppr.  1 08.  13 

DIGBY  of  Osbertstown,  Iri.,  an  ostrich,  ar.,  in 
mouth  a  horse-shoe,  or.  Deo,  non  fortuna. 

1 08.  13 

DIGGES,  an  eagle's  leg,  ppr.,  thigh  plumed  with 
three  feathers,  sa.  comp.  107.  12 

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.  102.  9 

DIGHTON,  Herts.,  in  lion's  gamb,  erased,  or,  a 
cross  formee,  fitched,  gu.  44.  I 

DIGHTON,  Line.,  a  squirrel,  sejant,  collared, 
cracking  a  nut,  or.  58.  7 

DIGHTON,  Eng. ,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  hawk, 
close,  ar.,  beaked  and  legged,  gu.,  belled, 
gold.  107.  2 

DIKENS,  a  bird's  head,  neck,  az. ,  top  of  head, 
gu.,  beaked,  or.  IO2.  9 

DIKENS,  a  lion's  head,  erased.  47.   13 

DIKENS,  Eng.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  gu.,  du- 
cally crowned,  or.  comp.  44.  5 

DIKES,  and  DYKES,  a  lobster,  vert.  6.  1 1 

DILKE,  Eng.,  a  dove,  close,  ar.,  beaked  and 
legged,  gu.  112.  II 

DILKES,  Eng.,  a  mill -rind,  gu.  65.  3 


DIL 


126 


DOB 


DILLINGTON,  Norf.,  on  a  perch,  ar.,  a  hawk, 
close,  ppr.,  beaked,  belled,  and  legged,  or. 

104.  7 

DILLON,  Viscount  (Dillon-Lee),  Iri. :  (i.)  For 
Lee,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  pillar,  ar. , 
thereon  a  falcon,  az.  (2.)  For  Dillon,  a 
demi-lion,  rampant,  gu.,  between  paws  an 
etoile,  ar.  Dum  spiro,  spero.  comp.  46.  2 
DILLON,  Bart.,  Iri.  :  (i.)  On  a  chapeau,  gu., 
turned  up,  erm.,  a  falcon,  rising,  ar.,  beaked, 
legged,  and  belled,  or.  105.  2.  (2.)  A 
demi-lion,  rampant,  gu.  Auxilium  ab  alto. 

44.   14 
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  104 

DILLON,  Eng.,  a  demi-lion,  in  dexter  a  mullet. 

Dum  spiro,  spero.  46.  2 

DILLON,  Earl  of  Roscommon,  and  Baron  Clon- 

brock.     See  those  titles. 

DILLWTN  of  Borough  Lodge,  a  stag's  head, 
couped,  ppr.  Craignez  honte.  84.  10 

DIMMOCK,  Eng.,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  ppr., 
between  two  laurel-branches,  vert. 

comp.  3.   II 

DIMOND,  Eng.,  a  cross  crosslet,  in  pale,  sur- 
mounted by  a  sword,  in  bend  sinister,  point 
downward.  120.  4 

DIMOND,  a  demi-lion,  or,  between  paws,  a  fusil, 
of  the  same,  charged  with  a  fleur-de-lis,  az. 

see  plate  44 
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.  88.  7 

DIMSDALE,  a  beaver,  ppr.  33.  1 1 

DINE,  Beds.,  a  wyvern,   statant,  ppr.      J'ay 

espere  mieux  avoir.  91.  5 

DINELEY,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  three  darts, 

two  in  saltier,  one  in  pale,  with  a  serpent 

entwined,  ppr.  in.  10 

DINES,  a  griffin,  passant.  87.   13 

DINGDALE,    Lane.,  a  griffin's  head,   between 

wings,  or.  88.  6 

DINGHAM,  Eng.,  a  dexter  hand,  erect,  pointing 

with   the   two   fore-fingers  to   the   sun   in 

splendour,  ppr.  124.   12 

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.    135.  8 

DINGWALL,  a  human  heart,  ppr.  136.   13 

DINNET,  a  bull's  head,  gu.  14.  7 

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.  148.   10 

DIROM,  Sco.,  a  stag's  head,  erased.          83.  13 

DIROM  of  Mount  Annan,  Dumfries,  a  stag's 

head.  84.   1 1 

DIRWYN,  Eng.,  a  peacock's  head,  erased,  ppr. 

117.   II 

DISCOMBE,  Line.,  a  unicorn's  head,  erased.  70.  5 
DISHINGTON,  Sco.,  a  man,  in  armour,  kneeling. 
Unica  spes  mea  Christus. 


DISHINGTON,  Sco.,  an  escallop.  Unica  spcs 
mea  Christus.  5.  I 

DISKENS,  on  a  chapeau,  a  lion,  couchant.  39.  6 

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.  133.  13 

DISNEY,  Line,  and  Bucks.,  a  lion,  passant,  gar- 
dant,  gu. 

Diss,  Eng,,  a  demi-lion,  vert.  44.   14 

DITFORD,  Eng.,  on  a  mount,  or,  a  bull,  passant, 
gu.  15.  12 

DIVE,  Beds,  and  Northamp.,  a  wyvern,  wings 
addorsed,  gu.  J 'ay  espere  mieux  avoir.  91.  5 

DIVIE,  and  DIVVIE,  Sco.,  an  eagle's  head, 
couped,  ppr.  Scdulitate.  102.  9 

Dix,  a  greyhound's  head,  ar.,  ducally  gorged, 
gu.,  between  wings,  or.  see  plate  18 

DIXIE,  Eng.,  a  leopard,  sejant.  9.   10 

DIXIE,  an  ounce,  sejant,  ppr.,  ducally  gorged, 
or.  Quod  dixi,  dixi. 

DIXON,  Norf.,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  attired. 

83;    13 

DIXON,  Herts.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  tiger, 
sejant,  erm.,  ducally  gorged,  or.  comp.  9.  10 

DIXON,  Berks,  and  Chesh.,  a  demi-lion,  ram- 
pant, or.  44.  14 

DIXON,  Kent,  a  demi-hind,  sa.,  bezantee. 

DIXON,  Herts.,  a  sphere,  ar.,  charged  with  a 
pale,  indented,  vert.  8.  3 

DIXON,  Devons.,  an  arm,  embowed,  vested, 
erminois,  cuffed,  ar.,  in  hand  a  torteau, 
of  the  fiist.  comp.  154.  7 

DIXON,  Ets.  and  Durh.,  a  cubit  arm,  vested, 
erminois,  cuffed,  ar.,  in  hand,  ppr.,  a  round, 
of  the  first.  comp.  1 54.  7 

DIXON,  Yorks.,  a  stag's  head,  erased.      83.   13 

DIXON,  Yorks.,  an  eagle,  displayed,  sa.  Quod 
dixi,  did.  95.  13 

DIXON,  Eng.,  a  demi-eagle,  displayed,  ppr., 
winged,  vair.  In  recto  Jides.  1 02.  12 

DIXON,  Sco.,  a  water- bouget.  131.  10 

DIXON,  Sheffield,  an  arm,  embowed,  vested, 
and  cuffed,  in  hand  a  garland  of  roses.  Fide 
et  constantia.  154.  7 

DIXON,  a  tiger,  sejant,  collared  and  lined.  9.  10 

DIXWELL,  Kent  and  Warw.,  in  lion's  gamb, 
couped,  az.,  an  eagle's  wing  with  leg  con- 
joined, sa.  44.  3 

DOANE,  Chesh.,  a  sheaf  of  arrows,  or,  headed 
and  feathered,  ar.,  banded,  gu.  107.  II 

DOBBIE,  and  DOBIE,  Sco.,  a  cross  crosslet, 
fitched,  gu.  141.  14 

DOBBIE,  and  DOBIE,  Sco.,  an  eagle,  displayed, 
ppr.  Non  minima  sed  magna  prosequor. 

95-  13 

DOBBIE,  Sco.,  a  crescent,  az.  140.  2 

DOBBIN,  Iri.,  a  demi-lion,  or,  supporting  a  long 

cross,  gu.  43.   13 

DOBBIN,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand  a  laurel-branch, 

ppr.,  fructed,  gu.  133.  4 

DOBBINS,  and  DOBINS,  Eng.,  a  staff  raguly, 

surmounted  by  an  eagle,  displayed,  ppr. 

96.  6 

DOBBS,  a  lion,  sejant,  affronte'e.  41.  2 

DOBBS,  Eng.,  a  lion,  sejant,  affrontee,  in  each 

paw  a  dagger,  ppr.  41.  3 

DOBBS,    Iri.,   a  unicorn's  head,   couped,   ar., 

maned,  armed,  and  tufted,  or.  70.  4 

DOBBS,  Iri.,  two  hands  couped  and  conjoined, 

in    fess,   dexter    in    armour,   supporting   a 

laurel-branch  and  thistle,  in  orle.         140.  7 


DOB 


127 


DOBBS  of  Castle  Dobbs,  Antrim,  a  unicorn's 
head,  erased,  ar.  Amor  Dei  et  proximi  sum- 
ma  beatitudo.  7°-  5 

DOBEDE,  Camb.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  demi- 
lion,  erased,  ar.,  crowned,  or,  holding  an 
escutcheon.  Droit  a  chacun.  see  plate  44 

DOBELL,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  hart,  lodged,  be- 
tween four  bulrushes,  ppr.  comp.  85.  4 

DOBELL,  Suss.,  an  eagle's  head,  ppr.  Tout  prest. 

102.    10 

DOBIE,  Eng.,  in  hand  a  scroll,  between  two 
branches  of  laurel,  in  orle.  144.  8 

DOBIE,  an  eagle,  displayed.  95.   13 

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.  2.  3 

DOBREE,  Eng.,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  a  talbot, 
passant,  collared  and  lined,  or.  60.  2 

DOBSON,  Lond.,  Westm.,  and  Northumb.,  two 
lions'  gambs,  in  saltier,  gu.  52.  8 

DOBYNS,  Lond.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  two 
lions'  gambs,  in  saltier.  39.  3 

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.  151.  I 

DOCKER,  Eng.,  a  bridge  of  three  arches,  ppr. 

24.4 

DOCKINGFIELD,  a  cubit  arm,  erect,  in  hand, 
ppr.,  the  sun,  or. 

DOCKSEY,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up,  erm., 
a  lion's  head,  erased.  47.  ^ 

DOCKWARE,  and  DOCKWRAY,  Yorks.,  within  a 
fetterlock,  az.,  a  heart,  gu.  124.  6 

DOCKWRAY,  a  demi  -  lion,  rampant,  between 
paws  a  plate,  gu.  43.  15 

DOCTON,  and  DOKETON,  Eng.,  a  fleur-de-lis,  sa. 

142.   13 

DOD,  and  DODD,  Chesh.  and  Surr.,  a  garb,  or, 
environed  by  a  snake,  ppr.  12.  10 

Don,  Salop,  a  serpent,  vert,  issuing  from  and 
piercing  a  garb.  12.  10 

DOD,  and  DODE,  Eng.,  two  hands,  conjoined, 
one  in  armour,  ppr.,  supporting  a  branch  of 
palm  and  a  thistle.  140.  7 

DOD,  and  DODD,  Iri.,  a  horse,  statant,  saddled 
and  bridled.  73.  7 

DODDS,  and  DODS,  Northumb.  and  Sco.,  a  fer- 
ret, or.  33.  5 

DODDS,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  rein- 
deer's head,  ppr.  79.  4 

DODERIDGE,  Devons.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  gu., 
murally  gorged,  or.  see  plate  47 

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.  135.   II 

DODINGSELLS,  Eng.,  a  wolf,  passant,  gu.  63.  3 

DODINGTON,  Salop,  a  lion's  gamb,  erect,  or. 

51-  15 
DODINGTON,  Somers.,  in  lion's  gamb,  ppr.,  a 

flag,  gu.,  charged  with  a  cheveron,  or. 

comp.  50.  4 
DODINGTON,  Wilts.,  a  stag,  lodged,  regardant, 

ar.,  in   mouth   an   acorn,  or,    stalked   and 

leaved,  vert.  comp.  80.  .10 

DODMER,  and  DODMORE,  an  arm,  in  hand,  ppr., 

two  arrows,  vert.  comp.  143.  4 

DODSON,  Westm.,  two  lions'  gambs,  in  saltier, 

gu.  52.  8 


DOM 

DODSON,  a  demi-griffin,  segreant.  £6.   13 

DODSON,  three  faces,  two  male  and  one  female, 
conjoined  in  one  neck,  male  face  on  top,  and 
male  and  female  to  sinister  and  dexter. 

T35-   T4 

DODS  WALL,  and  DODS  WELL,  a  lion's  head, 
erased,  ppr.  47.  13 

DODS  WORTH,  Bart.,  Yorks.  :  (i.)  For  Dods- 
worth,  a  cubit  arm,  in  chain  mail,  or,  hand, 
ppr.,  grasping  a  broken  tilting- spear,  gold. 
124.  7.  (2.)  For  Smith,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  or,  a  boar's  head,  couped  at  neck, 
az.  3.  3 

DODS  WORTH,  Eng.,  a  demi-lion,  supporting  a 
long  cross.  43.  13 

DODWELL  of  Shankill  House,  Dublin,  a  demi- 
lion,  ar.,  pellettee,  armed  and  langued,  az. 
comp.  44.  5  and  14 

DOE,  Eng.,  a  demi-lion,  supporting  a  ship's 
rudder,  ppr.  44.  8 

DOE,  Lane.,  a  garb,  or,  with  a  coulter  stuck 
within  band,  in  bend  sinister,  sa.  see  plate  12 

DOEG,  in  hand  a  thistle.  85.   1 1 

DOGET,  and  DOGETT,  Kent,  on  a  chapeau,  a 

bull,  collared,  to  collar  a  bell,  pendent,  ppr. 

comp.  15.   13 

DOGGELL,  on  a  chapeau,  turned  up,  a  wild  bull, 
gorged  with  coronet,  ringed  and  lined.  15.  13 

DOGGET,  Norf.,  a  lion's  head,  or,  murally 
gorged,  sa.  see  plate  47 

DOGHERTY,  and  DOHERTY,  Eng.  and  Iri.,  a 
wolf,  current,  erm.  63.  I 

DOGHERTY,  and  DOHERTY,  Iri.,  a  boar,  regard- 
ant, transfixed  by  an  arrow.  see  plate  4 

DOGHERTY,  and  DOHERTY,  Iri.,  in  hand  a  sword. 

159-  7 
DOIG,  a  falcon,  wings  expanded  and  inverted, 

belled,  ppr.  100.   13 

D'OiLEY,  and  D'OYLEY,  Eng.,  a  demi-wyvern, 

vert,  winged,  or.  89.   1 1 

DOILY,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  an  etoile, 

ar.,  between  wings,  gu. 

DOKERTON,  a  fleur-de-lis,  ppr.  142.  13 

DOLAN,  Eng.,  a  decrescent,  gu.  105.  8 

DOLBEN,  Bart.,  Northamp.,  a  griffin,  sejant, 

wings  addorsed,  ppr.  88.   13 

DOLBEN,  Eng.,  a  demi-bull,  ar.,  gorged  with 

laurel  leaves,  vert.  15.    II 

DOLBY,  Ess.    and   Leic.,   a   demi-griffin,    ar., 

winged  and  beaked,  or.  86.   13 

DOLEMAN,  Eng.,  an  elephant's  head,  erased, 

sa.  24.  8 

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.  83.   12 

DOLING,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  ppr.         83.   13 
DOLLAR,  an  arm,  embowed,  in  hand  a  falchion, 

ppr.,  hilt  and  pommel,  or.  154-  6 

DOLLING,  a  buck's  head,  ppr.,  attired,  or.  84. 10 
DOLMAN,  Berks.,  a  garb,  ar.,  eared  and  band- 
ed, or.  12.   13 
DOLPHIN  of  Turoe,  Gal  way,  a  dolphin,  haurient, 

ppr.     Firmum  in  vitd  nihil.  68.  6 

DOLPHIN,  a  swan,  ppr.  75-  IJ 

DOLPHIN,  Northumb.,  a  swan's  head  and  neck, 

between  wings,  ppr.  75-   * 

DOLPHIN,  and  DOLPHINE,  a  lion,  passant,  gar- 

dant,  or,  in  dexter,  a  mill-rind,  sa.  36.  7 
DOLSEBY,  a  demi-griffin,  ar.,  winged,  or.  86. 13 
DOLTON,  Eng.,  a  demi-lion.  44-  *4 

DOMERE,  Engv,  a  castle,  sa.,  masoned,  ar.  23. 6 


DOM 


T23 


DOR 


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.  I5°-  5 

DOMVILLE,  Bart.,  Iri.,  a  lion's  head,  erased, 
ducally  crowned.  comp.  47.  8 

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  44 

DOMVILLE  of  Lymme  Hall,  Chester,  a  buck's 
head,  cabossed,  ppr.  84.  2 

DOMVILLE,  Chesh.,  two  lions'  gambs,  erased, 
in  saltier,  ar.  52-  ^ 

DON,  Bart.,  Sco.,  a  pomegranate,  ppr.  Non 
deerit  alter  aureus.  29.  9 

DON,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  pen,  ppr.     Suum  cuique. 

144.   10 

DON,  and  DONN,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 
on  a  mount,  a  stag  at  gaze,  all  ppr.  81.  3 

DONALD,  Eng.,  out  of  a  cloud,  in  dexter  hand, 
in  fess,  ppr.,  a  cross  patted,  fitched,  sa. 

H4-  5 

DONALD,  Sco.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
in  hand  a  sword,  all  ppr.  Toujours  pr&t. 

140.   13 

DONALD,  Sco.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
in  hand  a  scimitar,  all  ppr.  Toujours  pret. 

121.  6 

DONALD,  Sco.,  a  garb.,  ppr.  Facet  spera.   12.  13 

DONALDSON,  Sco..  the  rudder  of  a  ship,  ppr. 
Steer  steady.  67.  8 

DONALDSON,  Sco.,  on  a  rock,  az.,  a  raven,  sa. 
My  hope  is  constant  in  thee.  1 1 2.  12 

DONALDSON,  a  garb,  vert.     Nutti  inimicus  ero. 

12.    13 

DONALDSON,  Lond.,   in  hand  a  sword,   ppr. 

My  hope  is  constant  in  thee.  *59-  7 

DONALDSON,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  sword,  ppr.  Aut 

pax,  aut  bettum.  1 59.  7 

DONALDSON,  a  cock,  crowing,  ppr.,  within  two 

adders,  in  orle.  Prudenter  vigilo.  93.  1 1 
DONALDSON,  in  dexter  hand  a  dagger,  in  pale, 

ppr.,  hilted,  or,  pommelled,  ar.    Prompt  us. 

122.     12 

DONAND,  Eng.,  on  the  front  of  a  rock,  a  Cor- 
nish chough,  ppr.  74.  8 

DONAND,  a  savage,  wreathed  about  middle 
with  leaves,  ppr.  I.  10 

DONA  VAN,  a  hawk,  wings  displayed,  ppr. 

loo.   13 

DONCASTELL,  Berks.,  a  buck's  head,  couped, 
or,  vulned  in  neck,  gu.  comp.  84.  1 1 

DONE,  Eng.,  a  bugle-horn.  I.   14 

DONE,  a  bundle  of  arrows,  ar.,  barbed,  az., 
banded,  gu.  107.  II 

DONE,  Chesh.:  (i.)  A  buck's  head,  couped  at 
shoulders,  ppr.  84.  10.  (2.)  Two  sheaves  of 
arrows,  in  saltier,  or,  banded,  gu.  107.  II 

DONEGAL,  Marquess  of  (Chichester),  a  stork, 
ppr.,  wings  expanded,  in  mouth  a  snake,  ar., 
headed,  or.  Invitum  sequitur  honor — or — 
Honor  sequitur  fugientem.  115.  13 

DONELAN,  Eng.,  in  a  lion's  paw,  erased,  a 
sceptre,  in  pale,  ppr.  78.  9 

DONELAN  of  Hillswood,  Galway,  a  lion,  ram- 
pant. Omni  violentid  major.  41.  12 

DONELAN,  and  DONNELAN,  a  greyhound,  sejant, 
ar.  1 8.  14 


DONELLT,  and  DONNELLY,  Iri.,  a  church  and 
spire,  ppr.  23.  12 

DONERAILE,  Viscount  (Hayes  St.  Leger),  Iri., 
a  griffin,  passant,  or.  Haut  et  bon.  87.  13 

DONGAN,  a  lion,  passant,  or,  in  dexter  a  hel- 
met, ppr. 

DONHAULT,  Northarnp.  and  Oxon.,  a  cherub, 
or.  136.  2 

DONITHEIN,  a  swan,  swimming  among  rushes. 

76.    13 

DONITHORN,  Cornw.,  a  swan,  wings  addorsed, 
naiant  in  a  lake,  ppr.  76.  14 

DONKIN,  a  ship  in  distress,  ppr.  21.  4 

DOXKIN,  Eng.,  a  leopard,  couchant,  ppr.  n.  12 

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.  107.  n 

DONNE,  a  wolf's  head,  erased,  or.  19.  6 

DONOUGHMORE,  Earl  of  (Hely-Hutchinson),  a 
cockatrice,  wings  expanded,  az.,  combed, 
wattled,  and  mernbered,  or.  92.  13 

DONOVAN,  Iri.,  a  cross  fleury,  fitched,  ar.    1 23.  6 

DONOVAN,  Suss,  and  Surr.,  a  hawk,  wings  dis- 
played, ppr.  Adjuvante Deo  in  hostes.  100.13 

DONNIKE,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand  a  tilting-spear, 
all  ppr.  148.  10 

DOOLAN,  Iri.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gardant, 
in  dexter  a  battle-axe,  ppr.  43.  14 

DOOLMAN,  Iri.,  a  wolf,  passant,  az.  63.  3 

DOORE,  a  demi-tiger,  az.,  crined  and  tufted,  or, 
holding  an  escallop,  of  the  last,  see  plate  9 

DOPPING,  Eng.,  a  dove,  volant,  az. 

see  plate  106 

DOPPING,  Iri.,  a  demi-eagle,  displayed,  sa. 

102.    12 

DORAN,  Eng.,  in  lion's  paw,  sa.,  a  battle-axe. 

49-   3 

DORAN,  Iri.,  a  bear's  head,  couped,  in  fess,  be- 
tween two  branches  of  laurel,  in  orle,  vert. 

20.  8 

DORAN,  Iri.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  lion's 
head,  ppr.  47.  10 

DORANNAN,  Iri.,  an  eagle,  rising,  ppr.     98.   10 

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.  157-  6 

DORE,  Hants.,  a  tower,  embattled,  sa.,  on  top 
a  lion,  rampant.  Fortis  in  arduis.  22.  13 

DORE,  Eng.,  between  the  horns  of  a  crescent, 
ar.,  a  cross  pattee,  or.  77-  2 

DORE,  Wilts.,  on  a  mural  coronet,  ar.,  an  eagle, 
rising,  purp.,  in  beak  an  antique  shield. 

see  plate  98 

DORIEN,  a  demi-savage,  holding  over  dexter 
shoulder  a  hammer.  131.  9 

DORINGTON,  and  DORRINGTON,  Eng.,  in  lion's 
gamb,  ppr.,  a  flag,  gu.,  charged  with  a 
cheveron,  or.  S1-  J3 

DORMAN,  in  lion's  paw  a  tilting-spear.    50.   13 

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.  99.  1 3 

DORMER,  on  a  dexter  gauntlet,  a  falcon,  close, 
ppr.  99-  J3 

DORMERE,  a  wyvern,  wings  displayed.      91.   5 

DORN,  Lond.,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  ppr.  83.  13 

DORN,  round  two  battle-axes,  addorsed,  in  pale, 
a  serpent  entwined,  ppr.  in.  4 


DOB 


129 


DORNFORD,  Eng.,  two  battle-axes,  in  saltier, 
addorsed,  ppr.  126.  15 

DORRELL,  a  goat's  head,  erased,  ar.,  attired, 
or.  55-  2 

DORRELL,  an  antelope's  head,  couped,  ar., 
attired,  or.  55-4 

DORRIEN,  Herts.,  a  cubit  arm,  erect,  ppr.,  in 
hand  a  trefoil,  slipped,  vert.  148.  6 

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.  154.  3 

DORVILLE,  a  rose,  slipped,  ppr.  30.   5 

DORVILLE,  Eng.,  a  rose.  135'  6 

DORWARD,  Sco.,  a  cross  pattee,  fitched,  ar. 
This  m  defend.  50.  2 

DOTCHEN,  Wore.,  a  stork's  head,  erased,  ar., 
between  wings,  sa. 

DOTSON,  Cornw.,  in  hand  a  sword,  ppr.   159.  7 

DOTTIN,  Hants.,  a  doe,  trippant,  ppr.,  charged 
on  body  with  three  torteaux,  in  fess. 

comp.  85.   7 

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.  82.  7 

DOUGAL,  Sco.,  a  bull's  head,  cabossed,  ppr.  1 5.  8 

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.  1 06.  13 

DOUGHTY,  a  mullet,  gu.  107.  4 

DOUGHTY  of  Theberton  Hall,  Suff.,  a  mullet,  sa. 
Palma  non  sine  pulvere.  107.  4 

DOUGLAS,  Baron  (Douglas),  Sco.,  on  a  chapeau, 
a  salamander,  vert,  in  fire,  ppr.  Jamais 
arriere.  27.  7 

DOUGLAS,  Bart.,  of  Glenbervie,  Sco.,  a  sala- 
mander in  flames,  ppr.  Jamais  arriere,  27.  8 

DOUGLAS,  Bart.,  of  Carr,  Sco.,  an  arm,  in  ar- 
mour, embowed,  in  hand  a  dagger,  all  ppr. 
Lock  sicker.  159.  4 

DOUGLAS  of  Kinglassie,  a  sanglier  between  the 
clefts  of  an  oak-tree,  with  a  chain  and  lock 
binding  them  together,  all  ppr.  Lock  sicker. 

4-  7 

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.  130.  I 

DOUGLAS  of  Cruxton,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned 
up,  erm.,  a.  salamander  in  flames,  ppr.  For- 
ward. 27.  7 

DOUGLAS  of  Cavers,  in  dexter  hand  a  broken 
lance,  in  bend,  ppr.  Do  or  die.  144.  4 

DOUGLAS  of  Bridgeford,  a  dexter  hand  grasp- 
ing a  sword,  erect,  all  ppr.  Petit  ardua  vir- 
tus. 159.  7 

DOUGLAS,  Eng.,  a  heart,  bezantee,  royally 
crowned,  between  wings,  ppr. 

DOUGLAS  of  Tympindean,  a  plume  of  ostrich- 
feathers,  ppr.  51.  3 

DOUGLAS  of  Kelhead,  a  heart,  winged,  ppr. 
Jamais  arriere.  52.  1 1 

DOUGLAS,  Kent,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 


DOW 

ppr.,  garnished,  or,  in  hand  a  dagger,  also 
ppr.,  hilt  and  pommel,  gold.  159.  4 

DOUGLAS,  Sco.,  a  dragon  in  flames.  27.  3 

DOUGLAS,  Sco.,  a  martlet,  sa.     Jursum.    119.  5 
DOUGLAS,  Sco.,  a  peacock,  ppr.  117.    10 

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.  152.  5 

DOUGLAS,  a  demi-savage,  wreathed  about  head 

and  middle  with  leaves,  holding  a  club,  ppr. 

125.   10 

DOUGLAS,  on  stump  of  tree,  a  falcon,  wings  ex- 
panded, ppr.,  belled,  or,  charged  on  breast 
with  a  mullet,  az.     Sursum.       comp.  105.  5 
DOUGLAS,  a  heart,  gu.    Fortis  etfidelis.    136.13 
DOUGLAS,  a  greyhound's  head,  sa.  18.   10 

DOUGLAS,  a  griffin's  head,  couped.  87.  6 

DOUGLAS,  SCOTT,  Bart.:  (i.)  A  lion's  head, 
erased,  in  mouth  a  thistle,  ppr.  comp.  47.  14 
(2.)  A  cubit-arm,  vert,  in  hand  a  broken 
tilting-spear,  all  ppr.  For  Douglas — Do  or 
die — and  for  Scott — Pro  patrid.  144.  4 

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.  145.  3 

DOUNIE,    and    DOWNIE,    Sco.,    a    cock,    ppr. 

Courage.  94.    1 2 

DOUNIES,  Eng.,  a  wolf's  head.  19.  5 

DOUTHWAITE,  on  a  rock,  ppr.,  a  fleur-de-lis. 

77-  H 

Dov ANNAN,  an  eagle,  wings  displayed.    98.  10 
DOVE,  a  hunting-horn,  stringed.  I.  13 

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.  93.  8 

DOVE,  on  a  tower,  a  dove,  rising,  ppr.     119.  14 
DOVE,  a  dove,  wings  expanded,  ppr.,  in  mouth 

a  sprig,  vert.  1 06.    13 

DOVER,  Hants.,  on  a  demi-tower,  triple-towered, 

ar.,  a  demi-cockatrice,  wings  expanded,  vert. 
DOVER,  Eng.,  an  owl,  ar.  107.  9 

DOVOR,  Baron  (Agar-Ellis),  a  demi-lion,  ram- 
pant, or.     Non  hccc  sine  numine.          44.   14 
Dow,  Sco.,  a  dove,  ppr.     Patience.         112.   II 
DOWBIGGIN,  a  reindeer's  head,  cabossed,  ppr. 

64.  2 

DOWD,  Iri.,  a  bird,  ppr.  74.   1 1 

DOWDAL,  and  DOWDALL,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal 

coronet,  a  boar's  head  and  neck,  collared,  or. 

comp.  3.  3 
DOWDAL,  .  and    DOWDALL,    a    dove,    ducally 

crowned,  ppr. 

DOWDAL,  and  DOWDALL,  Iri.,  a  holy  lamb,  ppr. 

55-  I' 
DOWDE,  Iri.,   a  mailed  arm,  in  hand  a  spear, 

all  ppr.,  headed,  ar.  comp.  141.  6 

DOWDESWELL,  Ess.,  issuing  from  clouds,  two 

hands,   wrenching  asunder  the  trunk  of  a 

tree,  ppr.  54-   J5 

DOWDING,  Eng.,  a  Catherine- wheel,  az.  145.  15 

I 


DOW 


130 


DBA 


DOWDS,  Iri.,  a  dove,  gu.  112.  II 

Do  WELL,  Eng.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  sa.  47.  1 3 
DOWELL,  two  lions'  gambs,  erased,  in  saltier, 

enfiled  with  a  wreath  of  laurel,  comp.  52.  8 
DOWGLAS,  Sco.,  a  dexter  arm,  in  armour,  em- 

bowed,  in  hand  a  sword,  all  ppr.  140.  13 
DOWGLAS,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  scimitar.  Honor  et 

amor.  158-  9 

DOWIE,  Sco.,  a  dove,  volant,  in  mouth  an  olive- 
branch,  ppr.  Patience.  106.  10 
BOWIES,  Norf.,  a  wolf's  head,  erm.,  charged 

with  a  mullet.  comp.  19.  5 

DOWINE,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand  a  dagger,  ppr. 

Holdfast.  127.  7 

DOWKER,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  sa.,  a  plume 

of  five  ostrich-feathers,  ar.  108.  5 

DOWKEE,  Iri.,  two  hands  conjoined,  supporting 

a  human  heart,  ppr.  133.  3 

DOWLAND,  Eng.,  a  tiger,  passant,  gardant,  or. 

II.    IO 

DOWLEB,  Eng.,  a  hand,  erect,  plucking  a 
thistle,  ppr.  29.  13 

DOWLEY,  Eng.,'a  demi-heraldic  tiger,  gu.,  du- 
cally  gorged,  or.  64.  4 

DOWLING,  Iri.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  az. 
gorged  with  two  bars,  or.  49.  12 

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.  107.    10 

DOWN,  and  DOWNS,  Eng.,  in  hand  a  broken 
hammer.  152.  10 

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. 

69.  7 

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.  131.  5 

DOWNES,  Baron  (Ulysses  Burgh),  Iri. :  (i.)  For 
Burgh,  a  mountain-cat,  sejant,  ppr.,  collared, 
and  chain  reflexed  over  back,  or.  (2.)  For 
Downes,  a  wolf's  head,  erased,  ppr.,  charged 
on  neck  with  a  mullet,  or.  A  cruce  solus, 

see  plate  19 

DOWNES,  Ess.,  a  stag,  lodged,  ar.  80.  9 

DOWNES,  Chesh.,  a  buck,  couchant,  ar.    80.  10 

DOWNES,  Suff.  and  Norf.,  a  wolf's  head,  ar., 
charged  with  a  mullet. 

DOWNES,  a  buck's  head,  erased,  ppr.       83.   13 

DOWNFIELD,  a  cock,  ppr.     Virtute  et  Idbore. 

94.    12 

DOWNHAM,  Iri.,  a  dexter  arm,  embowed,  ppr., 
in  hand  a  club,  vert.  149.  7 

DOWNIE,  Sco.,  a  ship  under  sail,  with  a  plough 
on  deck,  all  ppr.  Ex  undis  aratra. 

see  plate  2 1 

DOWNIE,  Eng.,  a  dagger  and  a  cross  crosslet, 
fitched,  in  saltier.  52.  i 

DOWNIE,  a  boar's  head,  erased,  or.  1 5.  5 

DOWNIE,  Sco.,  a  cock,  ppr.     Courage.     94.   12 

DOWNIE,  Sco.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  cock's 
head.  94.  8 

DOWNING,  Cambs.  and  Norf.,  an  arm,  in  ar- 
mour, embowed,  ar. ,  in  hand,  ppr.,  a  broad 
arrow,  or,  headed  and  feathered.  157.  7 


DOWNING,  Norf.,  a  bear's  head,  couped,  in  fess. 

20.  6 

DOWNING,  Iri,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  gu.    3.  9 

DOWNING,  Ess.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  swan, 
or.  1 08.  10 

DOWNMAN,  Eng.,  in  a  hand  a  lancet,  ppr. 

158.  4 

DOWNS,  out  of  a  tower,  ar.,  a  demi-lion,  ram- 
pant, gu.,  holding  a  battle-axe,  ppr. 

comp.  22.  3 

DOWNSHIRE,  Marquess  of  (Blundell- Sandy  s- 
Trumbull-Hill),  a  reindeer's  head,  couped, 
gu.,  attired  and  collared,  or.  Ne  tentes,  aut 
perfice.  83.  12 

DOWNTON,  Salop,  in  dexter  hand  a  sword,  in 
pale,  enfiled  with  a  savage's  head,  all  ppr. 

155-  6 

DOWSE,  Eng.,  issuing  from  clouds,  two  hands, 
brandishing  scimitars,  ppr.  152.  13 

DOWSING,  Norf.,  a  squirrel,  sejant,  cracking  a 
nut,  ppr.  58.  12 

DOWSON,  Eng.,  a  lion,  rampant.  41.    12 

DOWSON,  Suff.,  a  dove,  ppr.  112.   1 1 

Dox,  and  DOXEY,  Eng.,  a  demi-savage,  in 
dexter  three  arrows,  in  pale,  sinister  point- 
ing to  an  imperial  crown,  all  ppr.  120.  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.  83.  I 

DOYLE,  Iri.,  a  stag's  head,  couped,  gu.,  ducally 
gorged,  ppr.  comp.  83.  1 3 

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.  109.  12 

D'OYLEY,  a  buck's  head,  cabossed,  ar.       84.  2 

D'OYLEY,  Oxon.,  a  demi-dragon,  wings  ad- 
dorsed,  or.  89.  1 1 

D'OYLEY,  Bart.,  a  demi-dragon,  wings  ad- 
dorsed,  in  claws  a  fleur-de-lis. 

DOYNE,  Iri.,  a  holly-tree,  vert.  26.  4 

DRACELOW,  and  DRAKELOW,  a  demi-husband- 
man,  in  dexter  an  ox-yoke,  ppr.  143.  14 

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.  101.  13 

DRAGONER,  Middx.,  a  pheon,  sa.  77.   13 

DRAKE,  a  hand  out  of  clouds  drawing  a  ship 
round  a  globe.  Perseverando.  21.  3 

DRAKE  of  Springfield,  Devons. :  (i.)  A  dexter 
arm,  erect,  ppr.,  in  hand,  a  battle-axe,  sa. 
156.  14.  (2.)  An  eagle,  displayed,  gu. 
Aqulla  non  captat  muscas.  95.  13 

DRAKE  of  Roriston,  co.  Meath,  a  wyvern, 
wings  displayed,  tail  nowed,  gu.  91.  5 

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. 

21.  3 

DRAKE,  an  arm,  embowed,  ar.,  thereon  two 
bendlets,  wavy,  gu.,  supporting  a  battle- 
axe,  staff,  sa.,  headed,  of  the  first.  154.  IO 


DBA 


DRU 


DRAKE,  a  reindeer's  head,  erased,  or,  ducally 
gorged  and  attired,  sa.  comp.  83.  12 

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.  21.  3. 
(2.)  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.  155.  7.  (3.')  For 
Fuller,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  gu.,  a  lion's 
head,  ar.  Sic  parvis  magna — and — Per 
ardua.  47.  10 

DRAKE,  Eng.  and  Iri.,  a  dexter  arm,  erect, 
ppr.,  in  hand  a  battle-axe,  sa.,  headed,  ar. 

146.  2 

DRAKE,  Iri.  and  Eng.,  a  wyvern,  wings  ad- 
dorsed,  ar.  91.  5 

DRAKE,  Norf.,  a  reindeer's  head,  couped,  ar. 

comp.  83.  12 

DRAKE,  TYRWHITT-,  Bucks,  and  Line.  :  (i.) 
T?orl)rake,  a  naked  dexter  arm,  erect,  in  hand 
a  battle-axe,  ar.,  headed,  sa.  146.  2.  (2.)  For 
Tyrwhitt,  a  savage,  ppr.,  wreathed,  vert,  hold- 
ing a  club.  125.  10 

DRAKE,  Bucks.,  a  savage,  wreathed  about  waist 
and  temples,  vert,  holding  over  dexter 
shoulder  a  club,  or.  125.  10 

DRAKENFORD,  an  anchor  and  cable,  ppr.    1 33.  7 

DRANE,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  ppr.          44.   14 

DRANSFIELD,  Ess.  and  Yorks.,  a  sword,  in  pale, 
enfiled  with  a  Turk's  head,  all  ppr.  132.  2 

DRAPER,  Eng.,  a  stag's  head,  gu.,  attired,  or, 
charged  on  neck  with  a  fess,  between  three 
annulets,  of  the  last.  Vicit  pepercit. 

comp.  83.   13 

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. 

21.  6 

DRAPER,  Middx.,  Beds.,  and  Oxon.,  a  tiger's 
head,  vert,  tufted,  or,  pierced  through  neck 
by  an  arrow,  gold.  see  plate  10 

DRAPER,  Leic.  and  Notts.,  a  cubit  arm,  erect, 
vested,  vert,  cuffed  and  puffed,  ar.,  in  hand, 
ppr.,  a  covered  cup,  or.  comp.  142.  1 1 

DRAPER,  Bucks.,  a  camel's  head,  erm.,  bridled, 
or,  maned,  sa.  comp.  31.  6 

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.  83.   13 

DRAX,  a  demi-dragon,  wings  addorsed,  or.  91.  8 

DRAX,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  an  eagle's 
head,  ppr.  see  plate  102 

DRAYCOTE,  Derbs.,  a  dragon's  head,  erased,  gu., 
scaled,  or.  89.  5 

DRAYCOT,  or  DRAYCOTT,  a  dragon's  head, 
couped,  vert.  90.  4 

DRAYCOT,  or  DRAYCOTT,  a  dragon's  head, 
erased,  gu.  89.  5 

DRAYNER,  Kent,  a  lion,  sejant,  in  paws  a  broken 
tilting-spear,  all  ar.  38.  1 1 

DRAYNER,  Middx.,  a  pheon,  or.  77.  13 

DRAYTON,  Lond.,  the  sun,  or.  Non  nobis 
solum.  7.  10 

DRAYTON,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand,  couped,  ppr., 
a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  gu.  116.  14 

DRAYTON,  an  eagle's  leg,  couped,  or,  thigh,  az. 

DRKUX,  Eng.,  a  ram's  head,  ar.,  armed,  or. 

57."  8 


DREW,  Iri.,  in  dexter  hand  a  chapeau,  all  ppr., 
between  two  laurel-branches,  vert.  145.  10 

DREW,  Wilts.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  gu.,  col- 
lared, gobony,  or  and  az.  49.  12 

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.  81.  13 

DREW,  Sco.,  a  cup,  or.  133.   10 

DREWE,  Eng.,  two  arms,  couped,  in  saltier, 
ppr.,  vested,  ar.,  each  holding  a  scimitar,  in 
pale.  146.  9 

DREWELL,  Bucks.,  a  dexter  arm,  embowed, 
ppr.,  vested,  or,  cuffed,  gu.,  in  hand  a  covered 
cup,  of  the  second.  67.  12 

DREWRY,  Eng.,  a  greyhound,  current,  sa.,  col- 
lared, or. 

DRING,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  a  phoenix  in  flames 
ppr.  98.  7 

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.   52.   1 1 

DRIVER,  a  sinister  arm  in  armour,  embowed, 
in  hand  a  laurel-wreath,  ppr.  143.  5 

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.  8 1.  4 

DROUGHT,  Iri.,  a  sceptre,  or.  147.   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. 

140.  9 

DRUCE,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  hand 
grasping  a  scimitar,  ppr.  1 2 1.  6 

DRUITT,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  plume 
of  five  ostrich-feathers,  banded.  1 08.  5 

DRUITT,  a  talbot,  passant,  collared  and  lined. 

61.  8 

DRUMMOND,  Eng.  and  Sco.,  two  arms  drawing 
a  bow  and  arrow,  ppr.  Arte  et  marte. 

147-   13 

DRUMMOND,  Bart.,  of  Hawthornden,  Sco.,  a 
demi-pegasus,  ar.,  winged,  or.  Hos  glmia 
reddit  honores.  comp.  Ji.  9 

DRUMMOND  of  The  Boyce,  Glouc.,  two  arms 
drawing  an  arrow  to  head,  ppr.  Marte  et 
arte.  147.  13 

DRUMMOND  of  Cadland,  Hants.,  a  goshawk, 
wings  expanded,  ppr.  100.  13 

DRUMMOND,  Earl  of  Kinnoul,  and  Viscount 
Strathallan.  See  KINNOUL  and  STRATH- 
ALLAN. 

DRUMMOND,  a  pegasus,  ppr.,  maned  and  winged, 
or.  Hos  gloria  reddit  honores.  71-  *3 

DRUMMOND,  a  demi-pegasus,  armed  and  winged, 
or. 

DRUMMOND,  a  falcon,  rising,  ppr.  100.  13 

DRUMMOND  of  Riccarton,  a  lion,  rampant,  az., 
armed  and  langued,  gu.  Dum  spiro,  spero. 

41.    12 

DRUMMOND  of  Cargill,  an  eagle,  volant.   100.  8 
DRUMMOND  of  Arncraig,  two  arms,  ppr.,  shoot- 
ing an  arrow  irom  a  bow,  or.     Marte  et  arte. 

147.   13 
DRUMMOND,  Earl  of  Perth,  on  a  ducal  coronet, 


DRU 


132 


DUO 


a  sloth-hound,  standing,  ppr.,  collared  and 
leashed,  gu.     Gang  warily.  60.  2 

DRUMMOND  of  Blair,  a  nest  of  young  ravens, 
ppr.  Deus  prov idebit.  74.  9 

DRUMMOND  of  Invermay,  in  dexter  hand  a 
flaming  heart,  ppr.  comp.  145.  3 

DRUMMOND  of  Cultmalundy,  in  hand  a  heart, 
ppr.  Cum  corde.  145.  3 

DRUMMOND  of  Machany,  a  falcon,  hooded, 
jessed,  and  belled,  ppr.  Prius  mm*i  quam 
fidemf oiler  e.  104.  6 

DRUMMOND  of  Logie  Almond,  a  dexter  arm, 
from  shoulder,  in  hand  a  broadsword,  ppr. 
Nil  timeo.  154.  6 

DRUMMOND  of  Colnhalzie,  on  a  rock,  a  turtle- 
dove, ppr.     Stomobolis.  106.  3 
DRUMMOND  of  Pitkellanie,  a  sword  and  garb, 
in  saltier,  both  ppr.    Et  marte,  et  arte.  12.   12 
DRUMMOND  of  Carlowrie,  a  dexter  hand  hold- 
ing a  curling-stone.     Have  at  all.         133.  6 
DRUMMOND  of  Midhope,  three  stars  in  a  che- 
veron,  or.     A  d  astra  per  ardua.           148.  7 
DRUMMOND  of  Kildees,   a  garland  of  laurel, 
ppr.     Si  rccte  facias.                              13.   10 
DRUMMOND  of  Madderty,  a  falcon,  ppr.  armed, 
jessed,  and  belled,  or.     Lord  haw  mercy. 

104.   2 

DRUMMOND  of  Monedie,  a  dove,  standing  on  an 
anchor,  in  pale,  ppr.  Spes  mea,  res  mea. 

1 06.  4 

DRUMMONP,  a  ship  in  distress,  ppr.          21.   10 
DRUMMOND,  a  demi-lion,  az.    Dum  spiro,  spero. 

44.  14 

DRUMMOND,  a  goshawk,  wings  displayed,  ppr. 

100.   13 

DRUMMOND,  in  hand  a  spear,  ppr.     Per  mare, 

per  terras.  148.   10 

DRUMMOND,  a  pheon,  or.     Consequitur  quod- 

cunque  petit.  77.   13 

DRUMMOND,  a  garland  of  laurel,  ppr.     Si  recti 

fades.  13.    10 

DRUMMOND,  on  a  dexter  hand,  gloved,  a  hooded 

hawk,  ppr.     Prius  inori  quam  fidem  fallere. 

comp.  99.   13 

DRUMMOND,  an  eagle,  rising  from  a  globe,  ppr. 

Altiora  peto.  8.  12 

DRUMMOND,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  greyhound, 

statant,  ar. 

DRUMMOND,  a  falcon,  close,  regardant,  in  dex- 
ter a  garland  of  laurel,  all  ppr.  51.   12 
DRUMMOND,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  talbot, 
statant,  ar.,  collared  and  lined,  gu.        60.   2 
DRUMSON,  in  dexter  hand  a  battle-axe,  ppr. 
Spectemur  agendo.                                   156.    14 
DRURY,  Eng.,  a  greyhound's  head,  erased,  ppr. 

20.  4 

DRURY,  a  greyhound,  current,  ppr.,  or.      17.  8 

DRURY,  Iri.,  a  battle-axe,  in  pale,  ppr.    153.  3 

DRY,  Lond.,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  a  lion,  passant, 

gardant,  ducally  crowned,  ppr.  37.   i 

DRYDEN,  Bart.,  Northamp.,  a  demi-lion,  az., 

sustaining  in  dexter  a  sphere,   or. 

see  plate  44 

DRYLAND,  Norf.,  a  demi-man,  in  military  cos- 
tume, holding  a  banner,  displayed,  gu., 
charged  with  a  cross,  ar.  127.  5 

DRYSDALE,  Sco.,  an  anchor,  with  cable,  ppr. 
Non  sine  anchor  d.  133.  7 

DRYSDALE,  Eng.,  a  crane's  head,  crowned,  ppr. 

116.  4 

DRYSDALE,  Sco.,  a  martlet,  sa.  Per  varios 
casus.  119.  5 


DRYWOOD,  Ess.,  a  greyhound's  head,  collared, 
az.,  between  wings,  counterchanged. 

DRYWOOD.  Ess.,  an  oak-branch,  fructed,  ppr. 

54-   12 

DUANE,  Eng.  and  Iri.,  a  wolf's  head,  erased, 
ppr.  19.  6 

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.  156.  II 

DUBERLEY,  and  DUBERLY,  Wei.,  a  dexter  arm, 
embowed,  ppr.,  in  hand,  also  ppr.,  three 
wheat-ears,  or.  156.  1 1 

DUBERLEY,  and  DUBERLY,  a  cock,  in  beak  a 
trefoil,  ppr.  93.  9 

DUBISSON, a cannet, sa.    Nilimpossibile.  109.  8 

DUBISSON,  on  a  chapeau,  a  cannet,  sa.  Nil 
impossible. 

Du  Bois,  a  falcon,  close,  ppr.,  belled,  or.   104.  2 

Du  BOYS,  Lond.,  a  wheel,  or.  39.  2 

Du  CANE,  Lond.  and  Ess.,  a  demi-lion,  ram- 
pant, sa.,  ducally  crowned,  or,  supporting  an 
anchor,  erect,  gold.  comp.  42.  9 

DUCAREL,  Surr.,  a  cock,  gu.  94.   12 

DUCAT,  and  DUCHET,  issuing  from  clouds,  two 
hands  conjoined,  in  fess,  holding  a  palm- 
branch,  all  ppr.  125.  13 

DUCIE,  Earl  of  (Reynolds-Morton),  a  demi- 
moorcock,  displayed,  ppr.,  combed  and 
wattled,  gu.  Perseverando.  74.  14 

DUCIE,  Staffs.,  a  sea-lion,  per  fess,  or  and  ppr., 
holding  an  anchor,  of  the  second,  see  plate  69 

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. 

13.  2 

DUCK,  Norf.  and  Devons.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a 
falcon,  az.,  wings  expanded,  beaked  and 
legged,  or.  104.  IO 

DUCK,  on  an  anchor,  erect,  a  snake,  entwined, 
ppr.  138.  14 

DUCKENPIELD,  a  demi-husbandman,  holding 
over  dexter  shoulder  a  ploughshare,  all  ppr. 

143-   H 

DUCKENSFIELD,  Eng.,  on  a  tower,  embattled,  a 
flag,  displayed,  or.  22.  9 

DUCKET,  Lond.  and  Wilts.,  a  garb  of  lavender, 
vert,  flowered,  az.,  banded,  or.  12.  1 1 

DUCKET,  a  sheldrake,  ppr.  109.  10 

DUCKET,  Eng.,  three  wheat-ears,  ppr.        13.  8 
DUCKETT,  Bart.,  Wilts.  :  (i.)  For  Jackson,  a 
sheldrake,  ppr.,  charged  on  breast  with  a 
saltier,  gu.     Malo  pati  quam  foedari.     comp. 
109.   10.     (2.)  For  Duckett,  a  garb  of  laven- 
der, vert.     Je  veux  le  droit.  12.   II 
DUCKETT,  Wilts.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
plume  of  ostrich-feathers,   ar.     Je  veux  le 
droit.  1 08.  5 
DUCKETT,  Eng.,  a  cockatrice,  displayed,  ppr. 

92.   12 

DUCKINFIELD,  and  DUCKINGFIELD,  out  of  a 
ducal  coronet,  or,  a  dexter  arm,  vested,  gu., 
cuffed,  ar.,  in  hand  the  sun,  gold.  151.  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 


133 


DUCKWORTH,  on  a  garb,  in  fess,  or,  a  wild  duck, 
ppr. 

DUCKWORTH,  a  female,  in  dexter,  the  sun,  in 
sinister,  the  moon,  ppr.  139.  9 

Du  COIN,  Eng.,  three  mullets,  in  cheveron. 

137-  8 

DUDDINGSTON,  and  DUDINGSTOUN,  Sco.,  a  grey- 
hound's head,  couped,  ppr.  1 8.  10 

DUDGEON,  Eng.,  a  holly-branch,  vert,  and  a 
cross  crosslet,  fitched,  az.,  in  saltier.  85.  10 

DUDGEON,  Sco.,  issuing  from  a  heart,  a  hand, 
grasping  a  scimitar,  all  ppr.  138.  3 

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.  70.  13 

DUDLEY,  out  of  a  viscount's  coronet,  or,  a 
lion's  head,  az.,  collared  and  ringed,  gold. 

see  plate  47 

DUDLEY,  Eng.,  an  eagle,  wings  expanded,  sa. 

100.  14 

DUDLY,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  lion's 
head,  az.,  collared  and  ringed,  gold. 

comp.  47.   10 

DUDMAN,  Eng.,  a  salmon,  naiant,  ppr.     5-   II 

DUER,  Eng.,  a  branch  of  laurel,  vert.     53.     9 

DUFF,  Sco.,  in  hand  an  escallop.  Omniafor- 
tunce  committo.  158.  3 

DUFF,  Eng.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  within  a 
fetterlock,  ppr.  45.  7 

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,  44.  1 1 

DUFF,  a  winged  heart,  ppr.     Kind  heart. 

52.   II 

DUFF,  a  demi-lion,  gu.,  in  dexter  a  broad- 
sword, ppr.,  hilt  and  pommel,  or.  Deus  jurat. 

44.   II 

DUFF,  a  demi-lion,  gu.,  in  dexter  a  scimitar, 
ppr.  Virtute  et  opera.  46.  9 

DUFF,  Sco.,  a  stag's  head,  ppr.  Virtute  it 
opera.  84.  IO 

DUFFERIN,  Lord  (Blackwood),  IrL,  the  sun  in 
splendour,  or.  Per  vias  rtctas.  7.  I 

DUFFIELD-DAWSON,  Yorks. :  (i.)  For  Duffield, 
a  dove,  with  olive-branch,  ppr.  106.  7.  (2.) 
For  Dawson,  a  greyhound,  passant,  sa. 

17-   5 

DUFFIELD,  a  bear's  head,  couped,  sa.,  muzzled 
and  collared.  comp.  20.  9 

DUFFIELD,  Lond.,  a  talbot,  passant,  or,  eared, 
gorged  with  a  plain  collar,  and  ringed,  sa. 

61.  8 

DUFFIN,  Eng.,  a  griffin,  segreant,  ppr.    86.   10 
DUFFUS,  Baron  (Dunbar),  Sco.,  a  sword  and 
key,  in  saltier,  ppr.     Sub  spe.  78.   12 

DUFFY,  Eng.,  an  angel,  ppr.  139.  3 

DUFFY,  Iri.,  two  palm-branches,  in  orle,  ppr. 

13.    2 

Du  Fou,  Eng.,  a  pole-cat,  passant,  ppr.    34.  2 
DUFRENE,  a  tree,  ppr.  25.   13 

DUGAN,  and  DUGGAN,  Eng.,  a  talbot,  statant, 
ppr.,  collared,  ar.  comp.  6 1.  8 

DUGDALE,  Eng.,  a  demi-griffin.  86.-  13 


DUN 

DUGDALE,  Lane,  and  Warw.,  a  griffin's  head, 
between  wings,  or.  Pestis  patrice  pigrities. 

88.  6 
DUGGAN,  a  demi-lion,  between  paws  a  sword, 

environed  by  a  snake. 

DUGMORE,  Norf.,  an  eagle,  rising,  ppr.   98.   IO 

DUGNALL,  Eng.,  a  cross  patte'e,  per  pale,  or 

and  gu.,  between  wings,  counterchanged. 

94.  6 

DUGUID,  Sco.,  a  dove,  with  olive-branch,  ppr. 
Patientid  et  spe.  ic6.  7 

Du  HALGOET,  Eng.,  a  moor's  head,  couped  at 
neck,  ppr.  134.  13 

DUINE,  Iri.,  a  dexter  hand,  ppr.  Celer  atque 
fidelis.  153.  7 

DUKE,  Surr.,  Kent,  Wilts.,  and  Devons.,  a 
demi-griffin,  or,  holding  a  chaplet,  az. 

comp.  86.   13 

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.  122.  15 

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*.  151.  I 

DUKES,  Eng.,  a  tent,  ppr.  78.   5 

DUKLEY,  a  falcon's  leg,  erased,  belled,  ppr. 

107.   13 

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. 

46.   I 

DUMAS,  a  lion's  gamb,  erased,  gu.  51.1$ 

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.  47.   I 

DUMBLANE,  Viscount.     See  LEEDS,  Duke  of. 

DUMBLETON,  Eng.,  an  eagle,  displayed.  95.   13 

DUMBRECK,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand  a  sword,  in 
pale,  on  point  a  boar's  head.  Nocentes  pro- 
sequor.  148.  II 

DUMMER,  Hants.,  a  demi-lion,  az.,  in  dexter  a 
fleur-de-lis,  or.  46.  II 

Du  MOULINE,  Eng.,  an  eagle,  wings  addorsed, 
preying  on  an  infant,  swaddled.  97-5 

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.  7&  \3 

DUN,  and  DUNN,  Eng.,  within  a  serpent,  in 
orle  a  boar's  head,  erased  and  erect,  snout 
upward.  34-  Jo 

DUNALLEY,  Baron  (Prittie),  In*.,  a  wolf's  head, 
erased,  ar.  In  omnia  paratus.  19.  6 


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.  13.  10 

DUNBAR  of  Hempriggs,  a  demi-lion,  in  dexter 

a  rose,  gu.,  slipped  and  leaved,  vert.    Ornat 

fortem,  prudentia.  42-   5 

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.       72.  7 
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.  134.  7 

DUNBAR  of  Leuchit,  Sco.,  a  dexter  hand  hold- 
ing a  glove,  ppr.     Sapit  qui  laborat.      67.  6 
DUNBAR  of  Machermore,  Sco.,  a  lion's  head, 
erased,  ar.,  crowned  with  an  antique  crown, 
or.     Fortis  et  fidelis.  comp.  47.   I 

DUNBAR  of  Hillhead,  a  rose,  slipped,  gu. 
Olet  et  sanat.  30.  8 

DUNBAR,  Iri.,  a  demi-eagle,  displayed,  with 
two  heads,  imperially  crowned.  96.  1 1 

DUNBAR,  Sco.,  a  sword  and  key  in  saltier,  ppr. 
Sub  spe.  78.  12 

DUNBAR,  Sco.,  a  dexter  hand,  couped,  ppr.   1 53.  7 
DUNBAR,  a  horse's  head.  72.   I 

DUNBAR,  two  branches  of  laurel,  in  orle.  13.  12 
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.  108.  5 

DUNCAN,  a  hunting-horn,  ppr.  I.    14 

DUNCAN,  Eng.  and  Sco.,  a  ship  under  sail. 
Discepati.  21.  13 

DUNCAN,  Viscount.    See  CAMPERDOWN,  Earl  of. 
DUNCOMBE,  Earl  of  Feversham.     See  FEVERS- 
HAM. 

DUNCAN  of  Mairdrum,  a  boar's  head,  erased, 
ppr.  15.  5 

DUNCAN,  a  ship  in  distress,  ppr.     Disce  pati. 

21.  4 

DUNCAN,  Sco. ,  a  greyhound,  ppr. ,  collared,  or. 

comp.  17.  5 

DUNCAN  of  Ardounie,  a  demi-greyhound,  ppr., 

collared,  or.      Vivat  veritas.  1 7.  2 

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.  153.  7 

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.  82.  1 1 
DUNCOMBE,  Bucks.,  a  talbot's  head,  erased,  gu., 
eared,  sa. ,  collared,  ar.     Non  fecimus  ipsi. 

to.  4 

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.  44.   14 

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.  48.  II 

DUNDAS,  Bart.,  Surr.,  a  dexter  arm,  erect,  in 
hand,  ppr.,  a  mullet,  az.  Essayez.  152.  7 

DUNDAS,  Bart.,  Sco.,  a  lion's  face,  in  a  bush, 
ppr.  48.  10 

DUNDAS  of  Duddingston,  in  dexter  hand  a 
star,  az.  Essayez.  152.  7 

DUNDAS  of  Kinkevel,  a  lion's  gamb,  erect,  ppr. 
Essayez  hardiment.  51.  15 

DUNDAS  of  Dundas,  a  lion's  head,  affrontee, 
looking  through  a  bush  of  oak,  ppr.  Essayez. 

48.  10 

DUNDAS  of  Arniston,  same  crest  and  motto. 

DUNDAS,  a  lion's  head,  affrontee,  within  two 
branches  of  laurel,  in  orle.  49.  10 

DUNDAS,  Sco.,  a  salamander  in  flames,  ppr. 
Extinguo.  27.  8 

DUNDAS,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  a  flame,  ppr. 

146.  3 

DUNDAS,  a  lion's  head,  couped,  or.     Essayez. 

47.   14 

DUNDAS,  Viscount  Melville.     See  MELVILLE. 

DUNDAS  of  Blair  Castle,  Perth,  a  lion's  head, 
affrontee,  gu.,  looking  through  a  bush  of 
oak,  ppr.  Essayez.  48.  u 

DUNDAS,  WHITLEY-DEANS-  of  Barton  Court, 
Berks.:  (i.)  For  Dundas,  a  lion's  head, 
affrontee,  looking  through  a  bush  of  oak, 
ppr.  Essayez.  48.  n.  (2.)  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.  83.  13 

DUNDAS,  HAMILTON-  of  Duddingston  :  ( i.)  For 
Dundas,  in  hand,  a  mullet,  az.  Essayez. 
152.  7-  ( 2- )  Eor  Hamilton,  in  hand  a  spear, 
ppr.  Et  arma,  et  virtus.  148.  10 

DUNDONALD,  Earl  of  (Cochrane),  Sco.,  a  horse, 
passant,  ar.  Virtute  et  labore.  72.  12 

DUNE,  Eng.,  a  mullet.  107.  4 

DUNFERMLINE,  Baron  (Abercromby),  a  bee, 
erect,  ppr.  76.  5 

DUNFORD,  Eng.,  a  wheat-ear,  slipped,  or.    13.  7 

DUNFORD,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  ar.,  in  mouth, 
a  dexter  hand,  couped  at  wrist,  ppr.  47.  9 

DUNFEE,  Lond.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  pierced 
in  neck  with  sword,  bent  dexter.  Esse 
quam  videri.  49.  13 

DUNGANNON,  Viscount  (Hill-Trevor),  Iri.,  a 
wyvern,  sa.  Quid  verum  atque  decens.  91.  5 

DUNHAM,  Line.,  a  martin,  passant,  or,  between 
two  spears,  erect,  ppr. 

DUNIES,  Sco.  and  Eng.,  two  palm-branches,  in 
orle,  ppr.  13.  2 

DUNIGUID,  Sco.,  a  dove,  in  mouth  a  laurel- 
branch,  ppr.  Patientid  et  spe.  106.  7 

DUNK,  Eng.,  a  lion's  head,  collared,  or.    49.  14 

DUNKIN,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  couped  at 
elbow,  in  fess,  in  hand  a  cross  crosslet, 
fitched.  141.  8 

DUNKIN,  Iri.,  an  eel,  naiant,  ppr.  1 10.  7 

DUNKLEY,  Eng.,  a  falcon's  leg,  erased,  belled, 
and  lined,  ppr.  107.  12 

DUNLOP,  between  the  horns  of  a  stag,  az.,  a 
cross  pattee,  ar.  84.  7 


DUN  135 


DUNLOP,  Sco.,  a  rose,  ppr.     E  spinis.         30.  8 

DUNLOP,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand  a  dagger,  ppr. 

Merito.  127.   7 

DUNLOP,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand  a  sword,  ppr. 

Merito.  159-7 

DUNLUCE,  Viscount.     See  ANTRIM,  Earl  of. 

DUNMILL,  Kent,  a  unicorn's  head,  issuing,  ppr. 

Nee  tardo.  70.  4 

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.     '  131.  7 

DUNMUJIE,  an  anchor,  ppr.     Spes  anchora  tuta. 

1.53-   ii 

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.  1 56.  3 

DUNN,  and  DUNNE,  two  lions'  paws  supporting 
a  pillar,  ppr.  117.  3 

DUNN,  and  DUNNE,  two  swords,  in  saltier,  ppr., 
entwined  by  a  ribbon,  az.,  thereto  a  key, 
pendent,  sa.  I32-  9 

DUNN,  and  DUNNE,  Iri.,  three  holly-leaves, 
ppr.,  banded,  gu.  29.  I 

DUNN,  Irl,  in  front  of  a  tre»,  a  lizard,  pas- 
sant, all  ppr.      Vigilans  et  audax.          26.  9 
DUNN,  Oxon.,  a  Mameluke  on  horseback,  in  dex- 
ter a  scimitar,  all  ppr.    Absque  metu.  133.  1 1 
DUNNAGE,  a  parrot,  in  beak  a  branch  of  cherry- 
tree,  all  ppr.  1 1 8.  9 
DUNNAGE,  Eng.,  a  sword,  in  pale,  entiled  with 
a  leopard's  head,  cabossed.  10.   I 
DUNNET,  Sco.,  on  a  rock,  a  fox,  ppr.     Non 
terra,  sed  aquis.                                          1 6.  8 
DUNNING,  Sco.  and  Eng.,  a  demi-talbot,  ram- 
pant, in  mouth  an  arrow.                        61.  4 
DUNOCK,  a  wyvern.                                      91.  5 
DUNRAVEN,  and  MOUNTEARL,  Earl  of  (Wynd- 
ham-Quin),  Iri.:  (i.)  For  Wyndham,  a  lion's 
head,  erased,  within  a  fetterlock  and  chain, 
or.     45.  7.     (2.)  For  Quin,  a  wolfs  head, 
couped,  ar.     Quod  sursum  volo  vidcre.     19.  5 
DUNSANT,  Baron  (Wadding-Pluukett),  a  horse, 
passant,  ar.     Festina  lente.                   72.  12 
DUNSBORD,  Devons.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a 
demi-lion,  rampant.                                44.    13 
DUNSFORD,  Eng.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  an 
eagle's  head,  ppr.  98.   I 
DUNSTABLE,  Eng.,  a  swan's  head,  ar.,  between 
wings,  sa.  75-   * 
DUNSTAVILLE,  and  DUNSTAVILE,  a  demi-friar, 
holding  a  lash.                                        124.  2 
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.  24.   I 
DUNSTON,  or  DUSTON,  Eng.,  a  man's  head,  in 
profile,  ppr.                                             123.  12 
DUNTZE,    Bart.,   Devons.,    between    wings    a 
mullet.                                                     141.  i 
DUPA,  or  DUPPA,  Eng.,  an  acorn,  slipped  and 
leaved,  ppr.  54.  9 
DUPERIER,    Totnes,    Devon.,    a   lion's   head, 
crowned  and  erased,  or,   langued,  gu.     Ni 
vanite,  nifaiblesse.                               161.    10 
DUPERON,  on  a  chapeau,  a  martlet,  ppr.     1 19.  8 
DUPONT,  a  flag,  or,  staff,  ppr.  50.  9 
Du  PORT,  on  a  rock,  ppr.,  gutteVde-sang,  a  fal- 
con, also  ppr.,  beaked  and  legged,  gu.  105.  1 1 
DUPPA,  Kent,  an  arm,  in  armour,  in  hand  a 
lion's  paw,  erased,  or. 


DUB 

DUPRE,  a  rose.  135-6 

DUPRE,  a  rose,  slipped,  ppr.  30.  5 

DUPREE,  a  lion,  rampant,  ar.  41.    12 

DUPREE,  a  lion,  rampant,  ar.,  resting  hind- 
dexter  on  a  fleur-de-lis,  gu. 

DUPUY,  a  demi-griffin.  86.  13 

DURAND,  Eng.,  a  yew-tree,  ppr.  26.   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.  89.  13 

DURANT,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
greyhound's  head,  sa.,  charged  with  an  etoile, 
of  the  first.  1 8.  I 

DURANT,  a  boar,  ar. ,  bristled,  armed,  and  un- 
guled,  or,  pierced  in  side  with  a  broken  spear, 
ppr. ,  vulned,  gu.  see  plate  4 

DURBAN,  Eng.,  the  sun  shining  on  stump  of 
tree,  ppr.  26.  10 

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  61 

DURBAN,  and  DURBIN,  issuing  from  a  cloud,  in 
sinister  a  dexter  arm,  in  hand  a  club,  all 
ppr.  140.  9 

DURBOROUGH,  Eng.,  a  demi-chevalier,  in  dexter 
a  sword,  ppr.  127.  10 

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.  130.  2 

DURHAM,  Earl  of  (Lambton)  :  (i.)  For  Lamb- 
ton,  a  ram's  head,  cabossed,  ar.,  attired, 
sa.  57.  5.  (2.)  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.  129.  14.  (3.)  For  D'Arcy,  out  of 
a  ducal  coronet,  or,  an  antelope's  head, 
winged,  ar.,  attired  and  barbed,  gold.  Le 
jour  viendra.  see  plate  82 

DURHAM,  Eng.,  a  cannon,  mounted,  ppr. 

132.    12 

DURHAM,  Sco.,  a  hand  pulling  a  thistle,  ppr. 

Vive  Deo.  29.   1 3 

DURHAM,  Sco.,  an  increscent.      Augeor   dum 

progredior.  93.   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.  68.  n 

DURHAM  of  Grange,  Sco.,  two  dolphins,  hauri- 

ent,  addorsed,  ppr.     Ultra  fert  animus. 

68.   10 

DURHAM,  a  dolphin,  haurient.  68.  5 

DURIE,  and  DURY,  Sco.,   a  dove,  with  olive- 
branch,  volant,  ppr.  1 06.   IO 
DURIE,  and  DURY,  a  dove,  with  olive-branch, 

regardant,  ppr.  113.  7 

DURING,   Eng.,   in   hand,  in  fess,   couped  at 

wrist  and  gauntleted,  a  dagger,  thereon  a 

head,  couped,  affronte'e.  121.   14 

DURLEY,  a  horse's  head,  couped,  az.,  gorged 

with  an  Eastern  crown,  or. 
DURNARD,   Sco.,  a  cross  pattde,   fitched,   ar. 

This  m  defend.  5°-  2 

DURNFORD,  Eng.,  a  dagger,  in  pale,  ppr. 

148.  8 

DURNING,  Lane.,  a  demi-antelope,  erased,  az. 

82.   ii 


DUB 

DURNO,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  sword.     Ex  recto  decus. 

159-  7 

DURRANT,  Bart.,  Norf.,  a  boar,  ar.,  bristled, 
armed,  and  langued,  or,  pierced  in  side  by 
an  arrow,  sa.  Labes  pejor  morte.  4.  6 

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.  117-  12 

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.  122.  8 

DURWARD,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand  a  scimitar,  in- 
dented on  back,  cutting  at  a  pen,  all  ppr. 

134.  8 

DUSAUTOY,  Eng.,  in  hand  a  sickle,  ppr.    127.  14 

DUSSEAUX,  Eng.,  a  ram's  head,  erased,  ar., 
armed,  or.  57-  7 

DUSTON,  and  DUSTONE,  Eng.,  a  man's  head, 
couped,  ppr.  123.  14 

DUTHIE,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  sword,  erect.      159.  7 

DUTTON  of  Burland  Hall,  Chester,  out  of  a 
ducal  coronet,  a  plume  of  five  ostrich -feathers, 
ar.,  az.,  or,  vert,  and  gu.  Servabo  fidem. 

108.  5 

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.  108.  5 

DUVAL,  and  DUVALL,  a  lion,  sejant,  per  pale, 
ar.  and  gu. ,  supporting  a  shield.  38.  4 

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.  125.  7 

DUVERNET,  or  DUVERNETTE,  Eng.,  a  stag, 
passant,  ppr.  79.  4 

DUXBURY,  Eng.,  on  stump  of  tree,  growing 
out  of  a  mount,  vert,  a  dove,  rising,  ppr. 

112.   8 

DWARIS,  Lond.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  ar., 
pellette'e,  in  paws  a  battle-axe,  or. 

comp.  44.   15 

DWIGWID  of  Archenheuf,  a  dove  and  olive- 
branch,  ppr.  Patientid  et  spe.  106.  7 

DWIRE,  Iri.,  in  hand  a  sword,  in  bend  sinister. 

159.   7 

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.  49.  n 

DY,  or  DYE,  Eng.,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
swan,  wings  addorsed,  ducally  gorged,  ppr. 

comp.  75.  5 

DYAS,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  in  hand  a 
swan's  head,  erased.  151.  3 

DYCE,  Eng.,  an  escutcheon,  gu.  Decide  and 
dare.  120.  12 


136  DYX 

DYCHFIELD,  Ess.,  Oxon ,  and  Lane.,  a  porcu- 
pine. 33.  8 

DYER  -  SWINNERTON,  Middx.,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  or,  a  goat's  head,  sa. ,  armed,  gold. 

55.  8 

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.  123.  2 

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. 

:I23.     2 

DYKE,  Bart.,  Kent  and  Suss.,  a  cubit  arm,  in 
armour,  ppr.,  garnished,  or,  in  hand  a  cinque- 
foil,  slipped,  sa.  comp.  128.  12 

DYKES,  Wilts.,  Kent,  and  Surr.,  an  eagle's 
head,  sa.  102.  9 

DYKES,  BALLANTINE-,  Cambs.,  a  lobster,  vert. 
Prius  frangitur  quam  flectitur.  6.  II 

DYMOKE,  Line.  :  (i.)  A  sword,  erect,  ar.,  hilt 
and  pommel,  or.  65.  6.  (2.)  A  lion,  pas- 
sant, ar.,  crowned,  or.  see  plate  37.  (3.) 
The  scalp  of  a  hare,  ears  erect,  ppr.  Pro 
rege  Dimico.  comp.  65.  8 

DYMOKE,  or  DYMOCK,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 
or,  a  rod,  raguly,  vert.  95.  2 

DYMOKE,  and  DYMOCK,  Warw.,  an  arm,  in 
armour,  ppr.,  in  hand  a  tilting-spear,  sa.. 
headed,  ar.,  embrued,  gu.  141.  6 

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.  65.  8 

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.  151.  6 

DYNDY,  a  dragon's  head,  erased,  vert.      89.  5 

DYNE,  or  DYNNE,  Norf.,  a  plume  of  feathers, 
or.  51.  3 

DYNE,  and  DYNNE,  Norf.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 
a  marlin's  sinister  wing,  ar.  50.  I 

DYNEVOR,  Baron  (Talbot-Bice),  a  crow,  ppr. 
Nifdl  alwnum.  114.  8 

DYNHAM,  a  bell,  az.  159.  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.  9.  13 

DYRWARD,  DYRWARNE,  and  DYRRWARNE,  Eng., 
a  cup,  or.  133.  10 

DYSART,  Iri.,  a  griffin's  head,  between  wings. 
Conjido,  conquiesco.  88.  6 

DYSON,  Staffs.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  paschal 
lamb,  ar.,  with  banner,  ppr.  55-9 

DYXTON,  a  palm-tree,  fructed  and  leaved,  ppr. 

25.  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. 

47-  2 
EADON,  a  mitre,  bezante'e,  charged  with  a  che- 

veron,  gu.  159.  3 

EADY,  Eng.,  a  fleur-de-lis,  environed  with  a 

serpent.  ill.  5 

EAENS,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  Cornish  chough. 

114-  3 

EAGAB,  Eng.,  a  quill,  in  pale,  ppr.          65.   10 
EAGLE,  Suff.,  in  lion's  gamb,  erect  and  erased, 

or,  an  eagle's  leg,  erased  at  thigh,  gu.  44.  3 
EAGLES,  Eng.,  two  lions'  paws,  in  saltier,  ppr. 

52.  8 
EAGLESFIELD,  and  EGLESFIELD,  out  of  a  tower, 

a  demi-greyhound,  in  dexter  a  branch  of 

palm,  ppr.  24.  8 

EALAND,  Yorks.,  an  arrow,  in  pale,  ar.  65.   12 
EALES,  Eng.,  in  lion's  gamb,  a  human  heart, 

ppr.  50.  6 

EALES,  Lond.  and  Bucks.,  on  an  eel,  embowed, 

vert,  an  eagle,  displayed,  ppr.  * 
EAM,  Lond.  and  Berks.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant, 

sa.  44.   14 

EAMER,  Eng.,  a  hind,  trippant,  az.  79.  4 

EAKDLEY,  Eng.,  a  sword,  in  pale,  ppr.,  enfiled 

with  a  leopard's  head,  cabossed,  gu.      10.    I 
EARL,  Berks.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  or,  pierced 

by  a  broken  dart,  ppr.  see  plate  49 

EARL,  a  nag's  head,  erased,  sa.,  maned,  or. 

72.  i 
EARL,  Eng.,  on  point  of  tilting-spear,  ppr., 

headed,  ar.,  a  dolphin,  naiant,  of  the  first. 

68.  9 
EARLE,  Line.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  or,  pierced 

through  head  by  a  broken  spear,  ar.,  point 

embrued,  gu.  see  plate  49 

EARLE,  Sco.,  a  nag's  head.  72.  I 

EARLES,  a  cross,  gu.,  between  wings,  enn. 

112.    I 

EARNLEY,  Suss.,  a  savage's  head,  affrontee, 
round  temples  a  wreath,  issuing  therefrom 
a  plume  of  three  ostrich -feathers.  122.  14 

EARNS  HAW,  a  cross  pattee,  fitched,  or,  bordered, 
gu.  50.  2 

EAST,  Bart.,  a  horse,  erm.,  supporting  with 
fore-leg  a  pilgrim's  cross,  sa.  dSquo  pcde 
propera.  73-2 

EAST,  Bucks,  and  Berks.,  a  horse,  passant,  sa. 
favance.  72.  12 

EASTCHURCH,  Eng,,  the  sun  rising  from  behind 
a  cloud,  ppr.  7.  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 
72.  (2.)  For  Clayton,  a  leopard's  gamb, 
erased  and  erect,  ar.,  charged  with  a  cres- 
cent, and  grasping  a  pellet.  J'arance. 

comp.  45.   I 

EASTDAY,  Kent,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  hind, 
lodged,  ppr.  85.  4 

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.  142.'  4 


EASTMAN,  Eng.,  a  swan,  collared  and  lined, 

PP^  75-  4 

EASTOFT,  Eng.,  a  dagger  and  pen,  in  saltier, 

ppr.  133.  8 

EASTON,  Devons.,  a  yew-tree,  ppr.  26.  I 

EASTON,    Sco.,  a  demi-chevalier,   in  armour, 

brandishing  a  sword,  ppr.  127.   IO 

EASTWOOD,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  a  lion,  passant, 

gardant,  of  the  same,  crowned,  ppr.      37.   I 
EASTWOOD,  a  boar,  passant,  ppr.  4.   n 

EASUM,  on  a  mount,  five  wheat-ears,  ppr.  13.  13 
EATEN,   and    EATON,   Eng.,   a   crow's    head, 

erased,  ppr.  67.  7 

EATON,  Notts.,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  sa.,  in 

beak  a  sprig,  vert.      Vincit  omnia  veritas. 

102.  4 

EATON,  Iri.,  a  beaver,  passant,  ar.  33.  n 

EATON,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,   or,  a  bull's 

head,  sa.,  armed,  ar.  14.  2 

EATON,  Eng.,  a  boar's  head,  erased,  in  mouth 

a  sword.  4.  3 

EBERSTEIN,  Eng.,  a  peacock's  head,  ppr.  117.  2 
EBHERT,  Eng.,  a  salamander  in  flames,  ppr. 

27.  8 
EBSWORTH,  a  demi-wolf,  erm.,  supporting  a 

spear,  tasselled.  19.  7 

EBURY,  Baron  Grosvenor.     See  WESTMINSTER, 

Marquess. 

ECCLES,  Eng.,  a  gauntlet,  ppr.  153-8 

ECCLES,  ECLES,  and  EKLES,  Sco.  and  Iri.,  a 

broken  halberd.     Se  defendendo.  145.  9 

ECCLESTON,  or  ECLESTONE,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand 

a  dagger,  in  pale,  ppr.  122.   12 

ECCLESTON,  or  ECLESTONE,  a  magpie,  ppr. 

112.    10 

ECHARD,  Suff.,  an  ostrich,  wings  expanded,  in 
nKmth  a  key.  comp.  108.  12 

ECHLIN,  co.  Down,  a  talbot,  passant,  ar.,  spot- 
ted, sa.,  langued,  gu.  Non  sine  prcedd.  61.  7 

ECHLIN,  Bart.,  Iri.,  a  talbot,  passant,  ppr. 
Rumor  accrbe,  tace.  61.  7 

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.       86.  12 

ECKINGHAM,  Eng.,  a  bell,  ppr.  159.   I 

ECKLEY,  in  hand  a  battle-axe,  in  bend,  all  ppr. 

156.   14 

ECLES,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  battle-axe,  ppr.  156.  14 

ECLESTON,  Line.,  a  cock-pheasant,  ppr.  113.  13 

ECTON,  Eng.,  in  hand  a  branch  of  palm,  ppr. 

158.  6 

EDDINGTON,  Eng.,  a  phoenix,  in  flames,  ppr. 

101.  10 

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.  97.  3 

EDDOWES,  Eng.,  a  mitre,  semee  of  bezants, 
charged  with  a  cheveron.  I.  2 

EDDOWS,  a  man's  head,  within  a  helmet,  ppr., 
beaver  open.  135-  ^ 

EDE,  a  cross  moline,  az.,  between  two  ears  of 
wheat,  in  orle,  ppr.  12.  I 


EDE 


138 


EDO 


EDEN,  Durh,,  an  arm,  embowed,  vested,  in 
hand,  ppr.,  a  bunch  of  wheat,  vert. 

comp.  149.   10 
EDEN,  Kent  and  Suff.,  a  plume  of  feathers,  ar. 

51-  3 

EDEN,  an  ostrich,  in  mouth  a  horse-shoe,  ppr. 

108.  13 

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.  105.  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.  47.   13 

EDGAR,  Suff.,  a  demi-ostrich,  rising,  in  mouth 
a  horse-shoe.  see  plate  108 

EDGAR,  Sco.,  a  dagger  and  quill,  in  saltier, 
ppr.  Potius  ingenio  quam  vi.  133.  8 

EDGAR,  Sco.,  a  withered  oak-branch,  sprouting 
afresh,  ppr.  Apparet  quod.  54  12. 

EDGAR,  Suff.,  an  ostrich's  head,  between  wings, 
expanded,  or,  each  charged  with  two  bends, 
az.,  in  mouth  a  horse-shoe,  ar.  comp.  108.  8 

EDGAR,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  dagger,  point  down- 
ward, ppr.  Man  do  it.  130.  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. 

4-  9 

EDGE,  Lond.  and  Staffs.,  a  demi- sea-lion,  ppr. 

EDGE,  an  ostrich's  head,  erased,  between  wings. 

comp.  1 08.  8 

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.  105.  13 

EDGELL,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  ppr.  a  dove,  wings 
addorsed,  az.  105.  2 

EDGEMOUTH,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  an  eagle, 
wings  addorsed,  vulning.  comp.  97.  7 

EDGEWORTH,  Eng.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  ar. 

47.  13 

EDGEWORTH,  SNEYD-,  of  Edgeworthstown,  Iri., 
on  a  ducal  coronet,  a  pelican,  feeding  her 
young,  or.  Constans  contraria  spernit. 

see  plate  97 

EDGHILL,  a  falcon,  wings  addorsed  and  in- 
verted, supporting  with  dexter  a  carved 
shield,  charged  with  a  cinquefoil.  105.  13 

EDGILL,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  in  dexter  a 
cinquefoil,  gu.,  slipped  and  leaved,  vert. 

see  plate  44 

EDIE,  Sco.,  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  and  a  skean, 
in  saltier.  52.  i 

EDIEOK,  and  EGIOK,  Wore.,  a  demi-griffin, 
erm.,  beaked  and  legged,  or,  holding  a  broken 
tilting- spear,  ppr.  comp.  86.  13  and  88.  9 

EDINGTON,  Eng.,  a  savage's  head,  couped, 
dropping  blood,  ppr.  134.  15 

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.  122.  15 


EDINGTON,  Sco.,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  or. 
Labor  omnia  vincit.  83.  1 3 

EDINGTON,  a  Saracen's  head,  couped  at  shoul- 
ders, ppr.,  wreathed,  ar.  and  gu.  135.  13 

EDINGTOUN,    an   arm,   in   armour,    embowed, 
wreathed  above  elbow  with  laurel,  sustain- 
ing a  standard,  charged  with  the  rising  sun. 
comp.  122.   15 

EDLIN,  Eng.,  a  swan's  head,  between  wings, 
ar.  75.  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.  6 

EDMISTON,  or  EDMISTONE,  Sco.,  a  camel's  head 
and  neck.  30.  7 

EDMOND,  Eng.,  a  demi-lion,  ppr.,  supporting  a 
long  cross,  gu.  43.  13 

EDMOND,  on  a  chapeau,  a  fleur-de-lis. 

comp.  144.  9 

EDMONDES,  Suss.,  a  dragon's  head,  erased,  ar., 
charged  on  breast  with  three  pellets. 

comp.  89.  13 

EDMONDS,  Cambs.,  a  greyhound,  sejant,  sa., 
bezantde,  collared,  or.  18.  13 

EDMONDS,  within  a  wreath,  ar.  and  sa.,  a  lion, 
rampant.  47.  n 

EDMONDS,  Bucks,  and  Cornw.,  between  wings, 
a  lion,  cou chant,  gardant,  all  or.  see  plate  39 

EDMONDS,  a  wing,  erect.  107.   14 

EDMONDS,  Oxon.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  gu., 
in  beak  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched,  or. 

see  plate  88 

EDMONDS,  Devons.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned 
np,  erm.,  a  fleur-de-lis,  or,  between  wings, 
az.  144-9 

EDMONDS,  Yorks.,  a  three-masted  ship  in  full 
sail,  ppr.  21.  14 

EDMONDS,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed,  ppr., 
throwing  a  pheon,  az.,  handle,  of  the  first. 

142.  7 

EDMONDSON,  Lond.,  a  lion,  rampant,  or,  gorged 
with  a  bar-gemelle,  gu..  supporting  a  pennon, 
az.,  staff,  gu.,  headed,  ar.  40.  1 1 

EDMONDSON,  Yorks.,  a  demi-lion,  sa.,  holding 
an  escallop,  ar.  42.  6 

EDMONSTONE,  Bart.,  Sco.,  out  of  a  ducal  coro- 
net, or,  a  swan's  head  and  neck,  ppr.  Virtus 
auget  honorem.  see  plate  75 

EDMONSTONE,  Sco.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gu., 
armed  and  langued,  az.,  in  paws  a  battle-axe, 
ppr.  Be  hardie.  43.  II 

EDMONSTONE,  a  squirrel,  sejant,  or.         58.  12 

EDMUND,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up, 
ar.,  a  lion,  passant,  gardant,  az.,  ducally 
gorged,  or.  37.  14 

EDMUNDS,  Yorks.,  in  the  sea,  an  ancient  ship 
of  three  masts  under  sail,  all  ppr.  Votis 
tune  relis.  21.  13 

EDMUNDS,  Hants.,  a  winged  lion,  couchant, 
gardant,  or. 

EDMUNDS,  Eng.,  two  hands,  conjoined,  support- 
ing a  human  heart,  all  ppr.  1 33.  3 

EDNOR,  Eng.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  gu., 
beaked,  or.  88.  7 

EDNOWAIN,  Wei.,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  sa., 
langued,  gu.,  tusked,  or,  transfixed  by  a 
dagger,  ppr.  4-  3 

EDOLPHE,  Kent,  an  ibex's  head,  erased,  sa., 
maned,  armed,  and  attired,  or.  55-3 


EDO 

EDON,  Kent  and  Suff.,  a  plume  of  feathers,  ar. 

5i-  3 

EDEIDGE,  a  hawk,  standing  on  a  fish,  ppr. 

104.  12 

EDRIDGE,  Lond.  and  Norf.,  a  lion's  head,  erased, 
gu.  47-  *3 

EDRIDGE,  Wilts.,  a  lion,  rampant,  ar.     41.   12 

EDRINGTON,  a  goat's  head,  ppr.,  collared,  erm. 

comp.  56.  4 

EDWARD,  Eng.,  a  torteau,  ppr.  Necflatu,  nee 
fluctu.  149-  JI 

EDWARD,  a  buck's  head,  couped,  or.        84.   10 

EDWARDES,  Bart.,  Salop,  a  man's  head,  within 
a  helmet,  ppr.,  garnished,  or.  Gratia  natu- 
ram  vincit.  135-  8 

EDWARDES,  TUCKER-,  of  Sealy  Ham,  Pembroke, 
in  bear's  paw  a  battle-axe,  ar.  Vigilate — 
and — Gardezlafoy.  49.  3 

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  42-44 

EDWARDS,  Eng.  and  Wei.,  a  lion's  head,  erased. 

47-  13 
EDWARDS,  Eng.  and  Wei.,  a  lion's  head,  erased, 

charged  with  four  fleurs-de-lis. 
EDWARDS,  Somers.,  an  eagle,  displayed,  az. 

96.  10 
EDWARDS,  Beds.,  three  ostrich-feathers,  ar. 

Si-  3 

EDWARDS,  Heref.,  out  of  a  du.cal  coronet,  or, 
a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gu.,  in  dexter  a  sword, 
ppr.  comp.  44.  II  and  13 

EDWARDS,  Cornw.,  an  antelope,  rampant,  sa., 
bezante"e,  attired,  or.  82.  9 

EDWARDS,  Iri.,  a  crosier,  in  pale,  or.        150.  9 

EDWARDS  of  Ness  Strange,  Salop,  a  lion,  ram- 
pant, counterchanged.  41.  12 

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  49.  (2.)  For 
Kynaston,  an  arm,  in  armour,  in  hand  a 
sword,  within  a  sun,  ppr.  Honor  potestate 
honorantis.  157-  2 

EDWARDS,  Eng.,  a  helmet,  ppr.,  garnished,  or, 
on  top  a  wreath,  with  plume  of  feathers,  ar. 

140.  3 

EDWARDS,  Wei. ,  a  boar's  head,  erased,  ar.  15.5 

EDWARDS,  Cambs.  and  Suss.,  on  a  ducal  coro- 
net, ar.,  a  tiger,  passant,  or. 

comp.  9.  2  and  13 

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.  82.  12 

EDWARDS,  Kent  and  Salop,  a  unicorn,  sa., 
double  horned,  or. 

EDWARDS,  Warw.,  a  talbot,  passant,  ppr.   61.  7 

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  70 

EDWARDS,  a  turtle-dove,  in  mouth  an  .olive- 
branch,  ppr.  1 06.  7 


139 


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.  91.  4 

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.  152.  15 

EDWARDS,  an  antelope,  passant,  ppr.       82.  14 

EDWARDS,  a  wyvern,  wings  displayed.      91.  5 

EDWARDS,  a  lion,  passant,  gardant,  or.  37.   1 3 

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  36 

EDWARDS,  Norf.,  a  martlet,  sa.,  charged  on 
breast  with  a  cinquefoil,  or.  see  plate  1 1 9 

EDWARDS,  Beds.  :  (i.)  The  Prince  of  Wales's 
feathers,  surmounted  by  a  heron  plume. 
(2.)  An  esquire's  helmet,  ppr.  66.  14 

EDWIN,  Eng.,  a  lion,  sejant,  between  paws  an 
escutcheon.  38.  4 

EEL,  Eng.,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  or.          3.  9 

EELES,  a  dexter  arm,  in  armour,  in  fess,  couped, 
in  hand  a  cutlass,  enfiled  with  a  boar's  head, 
all  ppr.  127.  4 

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.  37.  14 

EGAN,  Eng.,  a  long  cross,  gu.  147.  4 

EG  AN,  Iri.,  a  demi-eagle,  regardant.       IOI.  12 

EGERTON,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up,  erm., 
a  lion,  rampant,  of  the  first,  supporting  a 
broad  arrow,  sa.  Sic  donee.  comp.  41.  10 

EGERTON,  Iri.,  a  lion,  sejant,  gu.,  supporting 
in  dexter  a  battle-axe,  ar.,  staff,  of  the  first, 
in  sinister  a  laurel -branch,  ppr.  38.  2 

EGERTON,  five  arrows,  one  in  pale,  and  four  in 
saltier.  107.  n 

EGERTON,  Eng.,  a  buck's  head,  erased,  sa., 
attired,  or.  83.  13 

EGERTON,  Chesh.  and  Salop,  a  lion,  rampant, 
gu.,  supporting  an  arrow,  ppr.,  headed  and 
feathered,  ar.  41.  I  o 

EGERTON,  Chesh.,  in  lion's  gamb,  gu.,  a  sword, 
ar.,  hilt  and  pommel,  or.  43.  3 

EGERTON,  a  lion,  rampant,  ppr.  41.  12 

EGERTON,  Eng.,  three  arrows,  ar.,  headed  and 
feathered,  sa.,  banded,  or.  137.  6 

EGERTON,  Chesh.,  a  plume  of  feathers,  erm. 

51-  3 

EGERTON,  Eng.,  an  arm,  gu.,  in  hand,  ppr., 
a  sword,  ar.  154.  6 

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.  137.  6.  (2.)  On  a  hand, 
a  falcon,  rising.  Virtuti,  non  armis  fido. 

see  plate  104 

EGG,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  pair  of  stag's 
horns.  83.  8 

EGGERLY,  Eng.,  a  Cornish  chough,  ducally 
gorged,  ppr.  114.  9 

EGGINGTON,  Yorks.,  a  talbot,  sejant,  ar.,  eared, 
sa.,  gorged  with  a  collar,  dexter  resting  on 
a  sphere,  ppr.  see  plate  6 1 

EGISKE,  Eng,  a  griffin,  passant. 


EGL 

EGLEBY,  and  EGLIONBY,  Warw.,  a  demi-eagle, 

wings  expanded,  or,  charged  with  a  mullet. 

comp.  101.  II 

EGLEFELDE,  and  EGLEFIELD,  a  dexter  hand, 
apaumee,  charged  with  an  eye,  ppr.  128.  6 

EGLESTON,  Eng.,  a  talbot's  head,  erased,  sa., 
collared,  ar.  60.  4 

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.  139.  10 

EGMANTON,  Lane.,  in  hand  a  cross  pattee, 
fitched,  gu.  152.  15 

EGMONT,  Earl  of  (Perceval),  a  thistle,  erect, 
leaved,  ppr.  Yvery — and — Sub  cruce  Can- 
dida. 29.  10 

EGREMOND,  Eng.,  a  lion's  head,  gu.,  imperially 
crowned,  or.  44.  4 

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.  45.  7 

EISTON,  Sco.,  out  of  a  cloud,  the  sun  rising, 
ppr.  Veritas.  7.  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.  43.  2 

EKINS,  in  lion's  gamb,  sa.,  a  cross  crosslet, 
fitched,  in  bend,  gu. 

EKINTON,  and  EKINGTON,  a  sand-glass,  gu. 

153.   i 
ELAM,  Kent,  between  attires  of  stag,  attached 

to  scalp,  a  boar's  head,  erased  and  erect, 

ppr.  4.  2 

ELAND,  and  ELLAND,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  az., 

turned  up,  or,  a  martlet,  gu.  119.  8 

ELAND,  and  ELLAND,  Eng.,  a  demi-female,  in 

dexter  a  garland  of  laurel.  139.   II 

ELCOCK,  Eng.,  a  stag,  salient,  ppr.  79.  7 

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.  100.   13 

ELDECUR,  ELERCUR,  and  ELLERCUR,  Eng.,  a 

cock,  sa.,  combed,  gu.,  beaked,  or.  94.  12 
ELDER,  Eng.,  a  demi-unicorn,  rampant.  70.  1 1 
ELDER,  Sco.,  a  dexter  hand  holding  a  roll  of 

paper,  ppr.      Virtute  duce.  125.  3 

ELDER,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand  a  palm-branch, 

ppr.      Virtute  duce.  158.  6 

ELDERSHAW,  Sco.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gu., 

ducally  gorged,  or.  46.  8 

ELDERTON,  Eng.,  a  fox's  head,  ppr.  16.  3 

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  47 

ELDRED,  Ess.,  a  Triton,  ppr.,  holding  an  es- 
callop, or.  comp.  125.   13 
ELDRES,  Eng.,  a  camel's  head,  couped,  ppr. 

3°»  7 

ELDRES,  a  winged  globe,  ppr.  comp.  8.  2 

ELDRIDGE,  Eng. ,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  pea- 
cock's tail,  ppr.  117.  5 


o  ELL 

ELDRIXGTON,  Ess.,  a  heron,  sa.  116.  10 

ELERKAR,  two  dolphins,  haurient,  az.  and  or. 

68.  10 

ELEY,  Line.,  an  arm,  erect,  vested,  ar.,  in  hand 
a  fleur-de-lis,  sa.  1 2 1.  I 

ELEY,  Yorks.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  in  hand  a 
hawk's  lure,  ppr. 

ELFE,  or  ELPHE,  an  eagle's  head,  couped. 

102.  9 

ELFORD,  Bart.,  Devons.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant, 
erased,  ducally  crowned.  Dijficilia  quce  pul- 
chra.  comp.  46.  3 

ELFORD,  Corn w.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  crowned, 
or.  Difficilia  quce  pulchra.  comp.  46.  3 

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  75 

ELGIN  and  KINCARDINE,  Earl  of  (Bruce},  Sco., 
a  lion,  passant,  gu.  Fuimus.  36.  I 

ELHAM,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  a  fire-beacon, 
between  wings,  ppr.  39.  9 

ELIBANK,  Baron  (Murray),  Sco.,  a  lion,  ram- 
pant, gardant,  gu.,  holding  a  Lochaber-axe, 
ppr.  Virtute  fideque.  comp.  41.12  and  42.  14 

ELINGHAM,  Eng.,  an  eagle's  head,  couped,  ppr. 

1 02.  9 

ELIOT  of  Borthwickbrae,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand, 
erect,  a  lance,  in  bend,  ppr.  Hoc  majorum 
opus.  148.  10 

ELIOT,  Eng.,  an  elephant's  head,  sa.,  armed 
and  eared,  ar.  24.  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.  88.  10 

ELIOTT,  Bart.,  Sco.,  a  dexter  arm,  in  hand  a 
cutlass,  ppr.  Peradventure.  146.  4 

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  76 

ELKINS,  Eng.,  on  a  castle,  triple-towered,  ppr., 
a  flag  displayed,  gu.  23.  10 

ELLAM,  Lond.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  a  fire- 
beacon,  between  wings,  ppr.  Luces  et  terres. 

39-   9 

ELLAMES,  Lane.,  an  elrn-tree,  ppr.  Nee  sperno, 
nee  timeo.  25.  5 

ELLARD,  Eng.,  a  torteau,  gu.,  charged  with  a 
stag,  or,  standing  on  a  mount,  vert.       79.  4 
ELLARD,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  stag,  or.       79.  4 
ELLA  WAY,  five  arrows,  one  in  pale,  four  in  sal- 
tier, points  downward,  environed  with  a  ser- 
pent, all  ppr.  2.  4 
ELLENBOROUGH,   Baron   (Law),   a    cock,   gu., 
chained  round  neck,  charged  on  breast  with 
a  mitre,  or.      Compositum  jus  fasque  animi. 

see  plate  93 

ELLERKER,  a  talbot's  head,  ar.  61.  3 

ELLERKER,  Yorks.,  a  talbot's  head,  erased,  sa. 

61.  2 

ELLERKER,   two   dolphins,   haurient   and   ad- 
dorsed, az.  and  or,  enfiled  with  a  ducal  coro- 
net, comp.  68.   10 
ELLESTON,  a  demi-heraldic-tiger,  between  paws 
a  naval  crown. 


ELL 


141 


ELM 


ELLESWORTH,  Eng.,  a  dexter  arm,  in  armour, 
embowed,  couped,  in  hand  a  club,  ppr. 

154-    13 
ELLET,  Eng.,  an  anchor,  in  pale,  az.,  entwined 

by  a  serpent,  vert.  138.  14 

ELLICE,   Middx.   and  Herts.,  an  arm,   erect, 

couped  below  elbow,  in  armour,  in  gauntlet 

a  snake,  entwined  round  arm,  all  ppr. 

comp.  155.   II 

ELLICE,  a  mermaid,  with  mirror  and  comb,  ppr. 

32.  5 

ELLICK,  a  wolf's  head,  erased,  sa.  19.  6 

ELLICOMB,    a    buck's    head,   erased,   murally 

gorged  and  chained.  see  plate  83 

ELLICOMBE,  Devons.,  a  dexter  arm,  in  armour, 

embowed,  in  hand  a  sword,  all  ppr.    140.  13 
ELLICOMBE,  orELLACOMBE,  Glouc.  and  Devons., 

a  stag's  head,  erased,  murally  gorged  and 

chained.     Nuttis  fraus  tuta  latebris. 

see  plate  83 
ELLICOTT,   a   hawk,  wings  expanded,  belled, 

ppr.  ico.  13 

ELLICOTT,  or  ELLACOTT,  Eng.,  in  a  maunch,  or, 

cuffed,  gu.,  a  hand  clenched,  ppr.        1 2 1.  9 
ELLIES,  Sco.,  a  lily,  close  in  the  flower,  ppr. 

Sub  sole  patebit. 
ELLINGTON,  Eng.,  in  lion's  paw,  a  cross  pattee, 

fitched,  sa.  44.    I 

ELLIOT,  FOGG-,  Durh. :  (i.)  For  Elliot,  a  dex- 
ter arm,  in  hand  a  cutlass,   ppr.      146.  4. 

(2. )  For  Fogg,  a  unicorn's  head,  couped,  ar. 

Peradventure.  70.  4 

ELLIOT,   or  ELLIOTT,   a  demi-sea-horse,    az., 

scaled,  or.  .  69.  1 1 

ELLIOT,  or  ELLIOTT,  Lond.,  a  demi-sea-horse, 

az.,  finned,  or.  69.   1 1 

ELLIOT,  or  ELLIOTT,  an  elephant's  head,  or, 

eared  and  armed,  gu.  24.   IO 

ELLIOT,  or  ELLIOTT,   a  boar's  head,    couped, 

pierced  through  dexter   eye   by   a   broken 

spear.  comp.  4.   I 

ELLIOT,  or  ELLIOTT,  in  dexter  hand,  ppr.,  a 

crescent,  sa.  132.   15 

ELLIOT,  or  ELLIOTT,  a  nail,  erect,  ppr.    130.  7 
ELLIOT,  or  ELLIOTT,  a  ram,  ppr.     Vetterafertis 

oves.  57.   ii 

ELLIOT,  or  ELLIOTT,  an  oak-tree,  ppr.     Forti- 

ter.  25.   12 

ELLIOT,  or  ELLIOTT,  an  anchor  and  cable,  in 

pale,  ppr.     Candide  et  caute.  133.  7 

ELLIOT,  or  ELLIOTT,  a  dexter  arm,  in  hand  a 

dart,   point  downward,   ppr.      Suaviter  sed 

fortiter.  156.  6 

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. 

IS3-   13 
ELLIOT,  or  ELLIOTT,  a  dexter  arm,  in  hand  a 

cutlass,  ppr.     Peradventure.  146.  4 

ELLIOT   of   Binfield   Park,    Berks.:    (i.)  For 

Elliot,  an  elephant's  head,  ar.,  erased,  gu., 

about  neck  two  barrulets,   inverted,    vert. 

comp.  24.  9.     (2.)  For  Glasse,  a  mermaid, 
•    with  glass  and  comb,  ppr.  32.  5 

ELLIOT,  Earl  of  Minto.     See  MINTO. 
ELLIOT,  or  ELLIOTT,  in  dexter  hand  a  flute, 

ppr.     Inest  jucunditas.  135.  10 

ELLIOT,  or  ELLIOTT,  a  demi-man,  in  armour, 

ppr.     Pro  rege  et  limitc.  127.   10 


^ELLIOT,  Iri.,  over  the  sea,  a  dove,  volant,  in 
mouth  an  olive-branch,  ppr.  106.  2 

ELLIOT,  or  ELLIOTT,  Surr.,  a  griffin's  head, 
couped,  wings  addorsed,  sa.  88.  10 

ELLIS  of  Glasfryn,  Carnarvon  :  (i.)  A  mer- 
maid, gu.,  crined,  or,  in  dexter  a  mirror,  in 
sinister  a  comb.  32.  5.  (2.)  An  arm,  in 
armour,  embowed,  in  hand  a  broken  spear- 
head, all  ppr.  Wrth  einffrwytkau  yn  hadna 
byddir.  141.  6 

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.  47.  10 

ELLIS,  Yorks.  and  Kent,  a  naked  woman,  ppr. 

139-5 

ELLIS,  Sco.,  an  eel,  ppr.     Sperans.  no.  7 

ELLIS,  Cornw.,  a  mermaid,  with  mirror  and 

comb,  ppr.  32.   5 

ELLIS,  Lond.,  out  of  grass,  ppr.,  a  goat's  head, 

ar.,  horned,  of  the  first.  see  plate  46 

ELLIS,  Line.,  in  a  crescent,  gu.,  an  escallop,  or. 

5-  2 
ELLIS,  Eng.,  a  garb,  per  fess,  or  and  vert. 

12.    13 

ELLIS,  Wei.,  on  a  chapeau,  az.,  turned  up, 
erm.,  a  lion,  passant,  gu.  37.  8 

ELLIS,  between  the  horns  of  a  crescent,  a  stag's 
head,  cabossed.  84.  5 

ELLISON,  Durh.,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  or. 

102.  10 

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

141.   14 

ELLISON,  Eng.,  a  lion,  passant,  gardant,  in 
dexter  an  anchor.  36.  1 1 

ELLISON,  a  greyhound,  sa.  17.  5 

ELLISON,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  per  fess,  or 
and  gu.,  murally  gorged,  az.  102.  II 

ELLISTON,  Lond.,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  ppr., 
ducal  ly  gorged,  ar.  comp.  103.  6 

ELLISTON,  Eng.,  three  mullets,  in  cheveron. 

137-  8 

ELLISWORTH,  Eng.,  between  attires  of  stag, 
ppr.,  a  rose,  gu.  131.  2 

ELLNOR.  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  an  eagle's 
head,  between  wings,  sa.,  beaked,  gu., 
charged  with  a  bezant.  comp.  102.  2 

ELLOWAY,  a  dragon's  head,  gu.  90.  4 

ELLWOOD,  Yorks.,  on  a  mural  coronet,  a  stag, 
sejant,  ppr.  80.  12 

ELLY,  an  arm,  erect,  vested,  ar.,  in  hand,  ppr., 
a  fleur-de-lis,  sa.  121.  I 

ELLYOT,  and  ELLYOTT,  Eng.,  an  elephant's 
head,  couped,  ar.  24.  IO 

ELLYOTT,  Lond.,  a  demi-pegasus,  ar.,  maned, 
winged,  and  hoofed,  or.  71.  IO 

ELMEET,  Holland,  a  horse's  head,  bridled. 

72.  7 

ELMEN,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  a  wyvern.      91.  2 

ELMES,  Lane,  and  Northamp.,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  or,  a  woman's  head  and  neck, 
couped  below  breasts.  139.  2 

ELMHURST,  Line.,  a  clump  of  elms,  ppr. 

ELMORE,  the  top  of  a  halberd,  ppr.          153.  3 

ELMORE,  a  Cornish  chough,  ppr.  1 14.   10 

ELMSALL-GREAVES,  Yorks.  :  (i.)  For  Elmsatt, 
an  elm -tree,  trunk  entwined  with  a  vine- 
branch,  ppr.,  fructed.  25.  8.  (2.)  For 
Greaves,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  stag,  trippant, 


ELM 


142 


EML 


or,  in  mouth  a  slip  of  oak,  ppr.    Amicta  viti- 

bus  ulmus. 

ELMSEY,  a  falcon's  head,  erased,  ppr.      103.  3 
ELMSLEY,  Viscount.     See  BEAUCHAMP,  Earl. 
ELMSLIE,  Eng.,  a  demi-wolf,  holding  a  spear, 

in  pale,  tassel] ed,  all  ppr.  19.  7 

ELMSLY,  Sco.,  a  thistle,  leaved,  ppr.     Prenez 

garde. 

ELMY,  and  ELNEY.  on  a  chapean,  a  tower,  ppr. 
ELNORTH,  on  a  mount,  an  ermine,  passant. 

33-   5 

ELPHINGSTON,  Sco.,  a  dove,  ar.,  holding  a  snake, 
ppr.  112.  9 

ELPHINGSTON,  Sco.,  a  griffin,  sejant,  sa.,  in 
dexter  a  laurel  wreath,  vert.  88.  1 1 

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. 

88.   14 

ELPHINGSTON,  Sco.,  a  demi-lady,  in  dexter  a 
garland,  ppr.  Merita.  139.  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.  144.  10 

ELPHINGSTON,  Sco.,  a  demi-greyhound,  ar. 

17-  3 

ELPHINGSTON,  a  demi-greyhound,  rampant, 
collared  and  ringed.  1 7.  2 

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.  139.  13 

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. 

83-  7 

ELRICK,  Sco.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  horse's 
head,  ppr.  Dum  spiro,  spero.  73.  I 

ELRINGTON,  Eng.,  the  Roman  fasces,  in  pale, 
ppr.  90.  3 

ELSLEY,  a  Sagittarius,  bow  and  arrow,  of  the 
first,  horse  charged  with  a  rose,  gu. 

comp.  133.  13 

ELSON,  Suss.,  a  demi-eagle,  displayed,  ar., 
billette'e,  sa.  102.  12 

ELSTOB,  Durh.,  a  demi-lion,  in  dexter  a  mullet, 
.ar.  46.  2 

ELSTON,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  an  escallop,  be- 
tween wings,  ppr.  5.  6 

ELSWELL,  on  a  bezant,  a  cross  patt^e,  gu. 

ELSWORTH,  a  heart,  winged  and  crowned,  ppr. 

130.   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.  121.  6 

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.  152.  3 

ELTON,  Heref.,  a  lion's  head,  erased  and 
affrontee,  collared,  az.  comp.  47.  3 

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.    49.   12 
ELVEN,  a  stag's  head,  couped.  84.   10 

ELVES,  and  ELWES,  five  arrows,  or,  entwined 
by  a  snake,  ppr.  2.  4 

ELVET,  a  lion,  sejant,  or.  38.    1 3 

ELVIN,  Norf.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  or,  issuing 
from  the  summit  of  a  rock,  holding  a  vine- 
branch,  ppr.  Elvenaca  floreat  vitis. 

see  plate  44 

ELWAS,  three  arrows,  one  in  pale,  and  two  in 
saltier,  or,  flighted,  ar.,  headed,  ppr.,   en- 
vironed by  a  serpent,  vert.  comp.  2.  4 
ELWELL,  a  dart,  erect,  point  downward.  65.   12 
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.  149.  6 
ELWIN,  ELWYN,  and  ELWYNN,  Eng.,  a  demi- 
savage,  over  dexter  shoulder  a  hammer,  ppr. 

131-  9 

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.  8 

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.  3.  6 

ELY,  Iri.,  a  pheon,  point  upward,  gu.        89.  3 

ELYARD,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
in  hand  a  scimitar.  121.  6 

EL  YE,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  in  hand  a 
hawk's  lure,  ppr. 

EMAN,  a  lion,  sejant,  regardant,  purp. 

see  plate  37 

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  44 

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. 

161.   12 

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  41 

EMERSON,  Line,  and  Norf.,  issuing  from  a 
cloud,  rays  of  the  sun,  all  ppr.  14.  I 

EMERY,  Kent,  a  demi-unicorn,  rampant,  erased, 
gu.,  hoofed  and  armed,  or,  criiied,  sa.  70.  H 

EMERY,  Somers.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  a 
demi-horse,  collared.  Fidelis  et  suavis. 

see  plate  72 

EMERYKE.  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  boar's 
head  and  neck,  sa.,  collared,  ar.  comp.  3.  3 

EMES,  and  EMME,  Lond.  and  Berks.,  a  demi- 
lion,  rampant,  sa.  44.  14 

EMLINE,  or  EMLYN,  a  demi-savage,  wreathed, 


EML, 

holding  a  club,  all  ppr.     Honestum  pratiulit 
utili.  125.   10 

EMLY,  Iri.,  in  lion's  ganib  a  battle-axe,  ppr. 

49-  3 

EMME,  a  demi-lion,  passant,  gardant.      42.   10 
EMMERSON,  Eng.,  acock,  ppr.  94.   12 

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.  78.  5 

EMPSON,  Eng.,  a  lion,  sejant,  gardant,  or,  in 

dexter  a  long  cross,  gu.,  sinister  resting  on  a 

triangle,  pierced,  sa.  see  plate  38 

EMSLIE,  or  EMSLY,  Sco.,  a  thistle,  leaved,  ppr. 

Pvenez  garde.  29.   10 

ENDAS,  or  ENEUS,  a  castle,  triple-towered,  ppr., 

domed,  gu.  comp.  23.  7  an<i  i° 

ENDEAN,  Lond.,  a  swan,  sa.     Pax  at  amor. 

75-  ii 

ENDERBIE,  and  ENDERBY,  a  swan,  sa.     75.   1 1 
ENDERBY,  or  ENDERBIE,  in  a  maunch,  a  hand, 

clenched.  1 2 1.  9 

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-  32-5 

ENERY  of  Ballyconnell,  Iri.,  a  falcon,  close, 

ppr.     Sans  changer.  105.   14 

ENFIELD,   Ess.,  in    hand,  an    escutcheon,  or, 

charged  with  a  martlet,  ppr. 
ENGAINE,  a  tower,  sa.,  cupola  and  flag,  gu. 

22.  5 
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.  136.  2 

ENGLEBERT,  Dors.,  two  wings  addorsed,  charged 

with  two  bends. 
ENGLEDUE,  a  greyhound's  head,  erased,  sa., 

collared,  ar.  18.   10 

ENGLEFIELD,  an  arm,  erect,  vested,  in  hand 

heads  of  wheat.  149.   10 

ENGLEFIELD,  Wilts.,  an  eagle,  displayed,  per 

pale,  az.  and  gu.  95.   13 

ENGLEFIELD,  Wilts.,  a  sinister  arm,  vested, 

cuffed,  ar.,  in  hand,  ppr.,  a  branch,  vert. 
ENGLEHEART,    an   armed   arm,    embowed,   in 

gauntlet  a  sword,  ppr.  140.   13 

ENGLISH,   a  greyhound's  head,  between  two 

roses,  slipped  and  leaved.  1 8.  2 

ENGLISH,  a  rose-branch,  ppr.,  flowered,  gu. 

30.  4 

ENGLISH,  a  demi-lion.  44.  14 

ENGLISH,  in  hand  a  covered  cap,  ar.  142.  1 1 
ENGLISH,  Iri.,  a  pyramid,  entwined  with  wood- 
bine. 145.  14 
ENGOLISME,  Eng.,  a  torteau,  ppr.  I4Q.  u 
ENNEW,  Ess.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  gu.  47.  13 
ENNIS,  Eng.,  an  anchor,  az.,  surmounted  by  a 

fleur-de-lis.  131.   12 

ENNIS,  Iri.,  an  ox-yoke,  in  bend.  147.   12 

ENNISHOWEN,  Baron  (Chichester),  a  stork,  in 

mouth  a  snake,  ppr.    Famce  vestigia  retincns. 

II.5.    2 

ENNISKILLEN,  Earl  of  (Willoughby-Cole),  Iri., 


143  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. 

122.   10 

ENOKE,  Wore.,  a  demi-lion,  in  paws  a  serpent, 
nowed,  ppr.  comp.  46.  7 

ENSON,  Staffs.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  ppr.,  gar- 
nished, or,  in  hand  a  sword,  ar.  140.  13 

ENSOR,  Eng.,  a  lion,  rampant,  in  dexter  a 
fleur-de-lis,  gu.  41-9 

ENSOR,  Norf.,  a  unicorn's  head,  ar.,  horned 
and  maned,  or.  70,  4 

ENSWELL,  and  ENTWISSELL,  Lane.,  on  a  mount, 
vert,  a  hind,  ppr.,  collared,  ar.  85.  13 

ENSWELL,  and  ENTWISSELL,  a  human  heart, 
gu.  136.  13 

ENTWICK,  a  dexter  hand,  couped,  in  fess,  point- 
ing with  the  forefinger,  and  sustaining  a 
fleur-de-lis.  comp.  133.  5 

ENTWISLE,  Lane. :  (i.)  A  hand,  couped,  in  fess, 
holding  a  fleur-de-lis,  erect,  or.  133.  5.  (2.) 
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.  51.  3 

EPITRE,  a  cinquefoil,  pierced,  gu.  80.  3 

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.  159.  6 

ERDESWIKE,  Staffs.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  gu., 
a  boar's  head,  per  pale,  ar.  and  sa.,  langued, 
of  the  first.  3.  3 

ERDINGTON,  Eng.,  in  hand  a  ball,  sa.    153.  10 

EREDY,  Lond.,  out  of  a  coronet,  two  wings, 
ppr.  109.  12 

ERESBY,  on  a  dexter  gauntlet,  a  falcon,  close, 
ppr.  99.  13 

ERESEY,  on  a  sinister  glove,  a  falcon,  ppr. 

104.    14 

ERINGTON,  or  ERRINGTON,  Northumb.  and 
Wilts.,  a  cock,  gu.,  combed  and  wattled,  sa. 

94.    12 

ERINGTON,  Northumb.,  a  unicorn's  head,  erased, 
quarterly,  ar.  and  gu.  70.  5 

ERISBY,  Eng.,  a  broken  halberd,  ppr.  Auxilio 
Dei.  145.  9 

ERISEY,  Cornw.,  a  cinquefoil,  erm.  80.  3 

ERISEY,  Cornw.,  a  stag,  trippant,  ppr.     79.  4 

ERLE,  Dors.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  or,  trans- 
pierced by  a  spear,  ar.,  embrued,  gu. 

see  plate  49 

ERLEY,  or  ERLY,  Eng.,  in  hand,  erect,  ppr.,  a 
gem-ring,  or,  stone,  gu. 

ERMINE,  Eng.,  an  ermine,  ppr.  33.  5 

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.  90.  6 

ERNLEY,  and  ERNLY,  Eng. ,  an  eagle,  displayed, 
or.  95-  *3 

ERNLEY,  Wilts.,  a  man's  head,  in  profile,  ppr., 
wearing  a  long  cap,  stringed  and  tasselled, 
of  the  second.  1 23.  2 

ERNST,  Eng.,  an  eagle,  gazing  at  the  sun,  ppr. 

loo.  4 

ERRINGTON,  Northumb.  and  Ess.,  a  unicorn's 
head,  erased.  7°-  5 


ERR 


144 


ERRINGTON,  a  cock,  gu.,  combed  and  wattled, 

sa.  94-  12 

ERROL,  Earl  of.  (Hay-Carr),   Sco.,  a  falcon, 

rising,  ppr.     Serva  jugum.  100.   13 

ERSKINE,  Baron,  a  dexter  arm,  embowed,  in 

hand  a  club,  all  ppr.     Trial  by  jury.    149.  7 
ERSKINE,  Bart.,  of   Torrie,   Sco.,  in  hand  a 

sword.     Fortitudine.  159.  7 

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.     140.  13 
ERSKINE,  Sco.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  in  beak 

a  sword,  in  bend.    In  Domino  confido.    88.  5 
ERSKINE,  Sco.,  a  dexter  arm,  ppr.,  in  hand  a 

cross  crosslet,  or.     Think  well. 
ERSKINE,  Sco.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gu. 

44.  14 
ERSKINE,  Sco.,  a  dexter  hand  holding  a  dagger, 

ppr.,  within  an  orle  of  laurel,  vert.    Je  pense 

plus — and — Perspicax,  audax.   comp.  122.  12 
ERSKINE,  Sco.,  in  hand  a  sword.  159.   7 

ERSKINE,  Sco.,  in  dexter  hand  a  club,  raguly, 

ppr.     Judge  nought.  158.  8 

ERSKINE  of  Linlathen,  same  crest  and  motto. 
ERSKINE,    Sco.,    a  dexter   arm,  embowed,  in 

hand  a  scimitar.     Je  pense  plus.  146.  4 

ERSKINE,  Lord  Erskine,  a  dexter  hand,  grasp- 
ing a  club,  or.     Fortitudine.  158.   8 
ERSKINE,  Sco., a  demi-griffin,  in  dexter  a  sword, 

all  ppr.     A  usim  et  confido.  86.  7 

ERSKINE,  Sco.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gu.,  in 

dexter  a  thistle,  ppr.,  in  sinister  a  fleur-de- 
lis,  az.  42.  i 
ERTHE,  Sco.,  a  cock  crowing.  Audax.  94.  12 
ERVING,  Eng.,  in  hand  a  mill-rind.  152.  12 
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.          4.  7 
ESCALES,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,   gu.,  seven 

ostrich-feathers,  ar.  comp.  1 08.   5 

ESCLABOR,  Eng.,  a  galley,  with  sails  furled, 

sa.,  flags,  gu.  21.   ii 

ESCOT,  or  ESSCOT,  Cornw.,  a  lion,  passant,  per 

pale,  ar.  and  sa.  36.   I 

ESCOTT,    Eng.,   an  ostrich,  gu.,  in   mouth   a 

horse-shoe,  or.  108.   13 

ESCUDAMORE,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  a  peacock 

in  pride,  all  ppr.  1 1 6.   13 

ESDAILE,  Lond.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  in  paws 

a  mullet,  or. 

ESDAILE,  Eng.,  a  flag,  issuant,  sa.  50.  9 

ESHARTON,   Eng.,  a  demi-lion,  per  cheveron, 

or  and  vert.  44.   14 

ESINGOLD,  Eng.,  a   chevalier,   on   horseback, 

brandishing  a  sword,  ppr.  124.    14 

ESMOND,  Iri.,  a  horned  owl,  sa.  107.  8 

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.  108.  8 

ESPINASSE,  aboar's  head,  in  fess,  couped,  pierced 

by  a  broken  spear,  in  bend.  4.   i 

ESPINASSE,  from  clouds,  two  hands  conjoined, 

in  fess,  supporting  a  heart  inflamed,  ppr. 

149.   12 

ESSE,  Eng.,  a  cockatrice,  or,  beaked,  gu.  92.  13 
ESSE,  Devons.,  a  mortar -piece,  ppr.         131.  4 


ETT 

ESSEX,  Lond.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  erm.,  a 
griffin's  head,  or.  88.  2 

ESSEX,  Earl  of  (Capel-Coningsby)  :  (i.)  For 
Capel,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  or,  in  dexter  a 
cross  crosslet,  fitched,  gu.  46.  4.  (2.)  For 
Coning sby,  a  cony,  sejant,  ar.  Fide  et  for- 
titudine.  58.  I 

ESSEX,  in  a  mural  coronet,  erm.,  a  demi-eagle, 
or,  wings,  vair.  98.  3 

ESSEX,  an  eagle's  head,  or,  gorged  with  a 
ducal  coronet.  comp.  103.  6 

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. 

72.   I 

ESSINGTON,  Glouc.,  in  hand,  ppr.,  a  fusil,  or. 

130.  4 

ESTANTON,  Eng.,  a  wyvern,  or.  91.  5 

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.  98.  3.  (2.)  A 
stag's  head,  affrontee.  82.  i 

ESTCOURT,  Eng.,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  az.,  a 
demi-eagle,  displayed,  ppr.,  beaked,  or.  98.  3 

ESTDAY,  Kent,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  hind, 
lodged,  ar.  85.  4 

ESTE,  Eng.,  a  garb,  or,  banded,  gu.         12.  13 

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.  88.  2 

ESTERCOMBE,  Somers.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 
or,  a  griffin's  head,  az.,  beaked,  gold.  86.  3 

ESTERLEY,  Line.,  a  mastiff,  passant,  ar.    59.   6 

ESTLAND,  and  ESTLIN,  an  arm,  in  armour,  em- 
bowed,  in  hand  a  fleiir-de-lis,  or.  142.  4 

ESTMERTON,  Eng.,  two  dexter  hands,  in  fess, 
couped  and  conjoined,  ppr.,  supporting  a 
cross  crosslet,  fitched,  sa.  122.  13 

ESTOFT,  Line.,  in  lion's  gamb,  a  crescent,  or. 

45.   10 

ESTOX,  Devons.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  five  ears  of 
wheat,  erect,  or,  stalked  and  leaved,  ppr. 

13-   13 

ESTOTE,  Eng.,  a  fleur-de-lis,  gu.  142.    13 

ESTOWER,  and  ESTEWER,  a  goat,  ar.        56.  1 1 
ESTRANGE,  Glouc.,  a  chevalier  on  horseback, 

at  full  speed,  holding  a  broken  lance,  ppr. 

.73-  12 
ESTWOOD,    Eng.,    a  lion's   head,    erased   and 

crowned,  or.  comp.  44.  5 

ETELUM,  a  talbot's  head,  ducally  crowned,  or. 

60.   10 
ETHELSTAN,  Lane.,  an  eagle,  displayed,  purp. 

95-  13 

ETHELSTAN,  and  ETHELSTON,  Eng.,  a  broken 
spear.  130.  8 

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.  24.  2 

ETON,  Eng.,  a  crow's  head,  erased,  ppr.     67.  7 

ETTON,  Chesh.,  a  hand  holding  a  dagger,  in 
pale,  thrust  through  a  boar's  head.  148.  1 1 

ETTRICK,  High  Barnes,  Durham,  a  demi-lion, 
rampant,  gu.,  holding  in  dexter  paw  a  mar- 
shal's baton,  sa.,  tipped  at  each  end,  or.  43.  9 


ETT  i 

ETTY,  Eng.,  a  lion,  rampant,  gardant.       41.  7 
ETY,  Yorks.,  a  husbandman,  mowing  with  a 

scythe,  ppr.  137.    13 

EUEN,  Sco.,  a  demi-lion,  in  dexter  a  mullet,  gu., 

Audaciter.  46.  2 

EURE,  Eng.,  a  stag's  head,  erased,  az.,  attired, 

ar.,  charged  with  the  sun,  or.  83.    5 

EURE,   Eng.,   a   horse's  head,   ar.     Artis  vel 

Martis.  82.   I 

EURE,  a  talbot,  passant,  or.  61.7 

EUREUX,  Eng.,  five  arrows,  one  in  pale,  four 

in  saltier,  gu.,  headed,  or,  feathered,    ar., 

bound  by  a  belt,  of  the  first,  buckled,  gold. 

107.   II 
EUSTACE,  Eng.,  in  hand,  a  close  helmet,  ppr. 

126.  3 

EUSTACE,  Iri.,  a  stag,  statant,  ppr.         81.    10 
EUSTON,  Eng.,   a   boar,  passant,    sa.,  armed, 

bristled,  and  hoofed,  ar.  4.    1 1 

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.  140.   13 
EVANS,   Norf.,  a  dexter  arm,   erect,    vested, 

cuffed  ar.,  in  hand  a  parchment-roll,  ppr. 

I5I-  7 

EVANS,  Jri.  and  Wei.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant, 
regardant,  or,  between  paws  a  boar's  head, 
couped,  sa.  Lilertas.  comp.  46.  IO 

EVANS,  Eng.  and  Wei.,  a  lion,  passant,  sa. 

36.   I 

EVANS,  Eng.  and  Wei.,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  or, 
a  boar's  head,  in  f  ess,  erased,  sa.  see  plate  3 ' 

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. 55.  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.  134.  4 

EVATT,  Eng.,  in  lion's  paw,  erased,  a  torteau, 
gu.  45.  i 

EVE,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  a  fox,  sejant,  ppr. 

16.  2 

EVE,  a  greyhound,  passant.  1 7.  5 

EVELEIGH,  Devons.,  between  two  laurel- 
branches,  in  orle,  a  stag,  lodged,  gardant, 
ppr.  80.  14 

EVELEIGH,  Devons.,  a  demi-griffin,  per  pale, 
or  and  sa.  4  86.  1 3 

EVELICK,  Sco.,  a  sword,  in  pale,  on  point  a 
pair  of  scales,  all  ppr.  Recta  vel  ardua.  93.  2 

EVELYN,  Bart.,  Surr.,  a  griffin,  passant,  or, 
beak  and  fore-legs,  az.,  ducally  gorged,  of 
the  last.  87.  2 

EVELYN,  a  griffin,  passant,  or.  87.   13 

EVELYN  of  Wotton,  Surr.,  a  griffin,  passant,  or, 
ducally  gorged.  Durate.  87.  2 

EVELYN,  a  demi-lion,  rampant.  44.   14 

EVENS,  Eng.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  sa.  44.   14 

EVERARD,  Bart.,  Much-Waltham,  Ess.,  a  man's 
head,  couped  at  shoulders,  ppr.,  on  head,  a 
long  cap,  turned  up,  gold.  130.  2 


;  EWB 

EVERARD,  Gillingham,  Norf.,  a  man's  head,  in 

profile,  ppr.,  with  cap,  or,  fretty,  sa,  123.  2 
EVERARD,  Hawkdown,  Suff.,  three  annulets 

conjoined,  or.  150.  3 

EVERARD  of  Middleton,  Norf.,  a  man's  head, 

couped  at  shoulders,  with  cap.  Say  and  do. 

130.  2 
EVERARD,  a  moor's  head,  couped  at  shoulders, 

in  profile,  ppr.,  wreathed,  ar.  and  az.  131.  15 
EVEREST,  Eng.,  on  point  of  a  sword  a  mullet, 

ppr.  65.  4 

EVERET,  or  EVERETT,  Eng.,  an  arm,  in  armour, 

couped  and  embowed,  elbow  on  a  chapeau, 

in  hand  a  spear.  154.  5 

EVERET,  or  EVERETT,  a  griffin's  head,  erased, 

sa.,  collared,   gemelle  of  three  pieces,   the 

middle,  or,  the  others,  ar.  see  plate  88 

EVERINGHAM,  Yorks.  and  Line.,  a  demi-lion, 

rampant,    ar.,    in    dexter   a   rose  -  branch, 

flowered,  or,  stalked  and  leaved,  vert.  42.  5 
EVERIT,  or  EVERITT,  Eng.,  a  demi-lady,  in 

dexter  a  pair  of  scales,  ppr.  129.  10 

EVERS,  Eng.,  a  dexter  hand,  vested,  holding  a 

roll  of  paper,  ar.  151.  7 

EVERSFIELD,  Suss.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a 

camel's  head,  or.  comp.  55.  5 

EVERSHEAD,  Surr.,  a  mullet  of  six  points,  or, 

between  wings,  ar.  141.  I 

EVERTON,  Suff.,  a  buck's  head,  erased,  or,  pel- 

lettee  and  attired,  sa.  83.  13 

EVERY,  Bart.,  Derbs.,  a  demi-unicorn,  guttde- 

de-sang  and  crined,  or. .  Suum  cuique.  70.  1 1 
EVERY,  Staffs.,  Devons.,  and  Dors.,  a  demi- 
unicorn,  gu.,  crined,  attired,  and  hoofed,  or. 

70.  ii 

EVERY,  a  unicorn's  head,  ppr.  7°'  4 

EVES,  Eng.,  three  legs  in  armour,  united  at 

thigh,  flexed  at  knee,  and  spurred,  ppr. 

120.    2 

EVETT,  Wore.,  a  demi- dragon,  or,  holding  a 
cross  formee,  gu.  comp.  89.  1 1 

EVINGTON,  and  EVINTON,  on  a  serpent,  in  orle, 
a  boar's  head,  erased  and  erect.  34.  10 

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.  72.  1 1 

EVINGTON,  Line.,  a  horse's  head,  erased,  ar., 
collared,  az.  see  plate  72 

EVRE,  Eng.,  a  parrot,  feeding  on  a  bunch  of 
cherries.  1 1 8.  9 

EVREUX,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  tal- 
bot's  head,  sa.  60.  6 

EWAN,  Sco.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant.     Audaciter. 

44.  14 

EWAR,  round  a  broken  arrow,  in  pale,  pheoned, 
or,  a  snake  entwined,  ppr.  HO.  6 

EWARBY,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  female's 
bust,  face,  ppr.,  breasts,  gu.,  hair,  gold. 

139.    2 

EWART,  Eng.,  in  hand,  erect,  gauntleted,  a 
cross  crosslet,  fitched,  in  pale.  152.  4 

EWART,  in  hand  a  dagger,  ppr.     Alest  timor. 

159-  7 

EWART,  in  hand  a  cutlass,  ppr.  158.  9 

EWART,  a  heart,  ppr.,  transfixed  by  a  sword. 

145-   I 

EWBANK,  Durh.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  gu.,  a 
dragon's  head,  or.  90.  12 

EWBANK,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  dex- 
ter and  sinister  hand,  each  holding  an  os- 
trich-feather. 147-  5 


EWE 


146 


FAI 


EWEN,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  stork,  statant,  ppr. 

comp.  115.  8 

EWEV,  a  curlew,  ppr.  74.   1 1 

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.  1 10.  4 

EWERBY,  Eng.,  an  eagle,  displayed,  per  fess, 
vert  and  ar.  95.  13 

EWERS,  a  staff,  raguly,  or.  comp.  95.  2 

EWES,  Eng.,  a  quatrefoil,  vert.  124.   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.          42.   10 

EWING,  Iri.,  the  moon  in  her  complement,  ppr. 

7-  8 

EWING,  Sco.,  a  demi-lion,  gu.,  in  dexter  a  mul- 
let, az.  Audaciter.  46.  2 

EXALL,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  sa.,  charged 
on  neck  with  three  etoiles,  in  fess,  ppr. 

see  plate  102 

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.  40.  3 

EXETER,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  two, arms, 
in  saltier,  ppr.,  in  each  hand  a  scimitar,  in 
pale.  145.  2 

EXMEW,  a  dove,  ar.,  in  mouth  a  text,  R,  or,  by 
a  sprig  of  laurel,  ppr.  106.  7 

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. 

21.  5 

EXTON,  Eng.,  the  sail  of  a  ship,  ppr.         21.    i 

EYCHEBALU,  Yorks.,  a  boar's  head,  in  bend, 
couped,  sa.  3.  4 

EYE,  on  a  chapeau,  turned  up,  erm.,  two  wings. 

51.   2 

EYER,  Eng.,  atalbot's  head,  erased,  ar.,  spotted, 
gu.,  collared,  az.  60.  4 

EYLAND,  Line.,  on  a  chapeau,  a/,.,  turned  up, 
or,  a  martlet,  gu.  119.  8 


EYNES,  Salop,  Oxon.,  and  Dors.,  an  eagle,  dis- 
played, on  a  tortoise,  ppr.  95.  4 

EYNES,  Sa^p,  Oxon.,  and  Dors.,  an  eagle, 
displayed,  a,t.,  semee  of  etoiles,  or. 

see  plate  95 

EYNPORD,  and  EYNS WORTH,  Eng.,  in  hand  a 
wheat- ear,  or.  134.  7 

EYRE,  Earl  of  Newburgh.     See  NEWBURGH. 

EYRE,  Bucks.,  a  phrenix,  close,  ppr.         101.   I 

EYRE,  Eng.,  an  armed  leg,  couped  at  thigh, 
spur,  or.  138.  5 

EYRE,  Lord  Eyre,- Iri.,  same  crest.  Pro  reye 
scepe,  pro  patrid  semper, 

EYRE,  an  antelope,  sejant,  or,  ducally  gorged 
and  attired,  ar.  18.  12 

EYRE,  an  ibex,  inaned,  armed,  and  ducally 
gorged,  ar.  18.  12 

EYRE,  Eng.,  a  lion,  passant,  gardant,  gu. 

36.    13 

EYRE,  Eng.,  a  dexter  gauntlet,  ppr.         153.  8 
EYRE,  Wilts.,    on   a   chapeau,   a   booted  leg. 

Virtus  sola  invicta. 
EYRES,  Eng.,  in  lion's  gamb,  sa.,  a  sceptre,  in 

pale,  or.  78.  9 

EYRES,  Eng.,  a  griffin's  head,  erased, -ducally 

gorged  and  lined,  in  beak  a  laurel-branch. 

87-   3 

EYSTON,  Eng.,  an  etoile  of  eight  points. 

comp.  154.  3 

EYSTON,  two  arms,  embowed,  vested,  holding 
up  an  escallop.  comp.  147.  10 

EYSTON  of  East  Hendred,  Berks.,  a  lion,  se- 
jant, or.  38.  13 

EYSTON,  Berks.,  a  lion,  sejant,  or.  38.    13 

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.  89.   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.  154.  14 

EYVILL,  a  bear,  sejant,  muzzled,  ppr.        28.  8 


FAAL,  Sco.,  a  pair  of  scales.     ITonesias.    32.   i 
FABIAN,  in  lion's  gamb,  erased,  a  sceptre,  in 

pale,  or.  78.  9 

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.       26.    I 
FAGAN,  Iri.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  swan's 

head  and  neck,  between  wings,  ppr.       75.  2 
FAGAN,  or  FARGON,  Iri.,  a  griffin,  segreant, 

supporting  an  olive-branch.        comp.-86.   10 
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.  52.   i 
FAGG,  Bart.,  Suss.,  an  ostrich,  wings  expanded, 

ar.,  beaked,  legged,  and  ducally  gorged,  or, 

in  beak  a  horse-shoe,  az.  see  plate  108 

FAHY,  Iri.,  a  dexter  arm,  in  hand  a  hunting 

spear,  point  downward.  125.   7 


FAIR,  Eng,,  a  garb,  or,  environed  by  two  snakes, 
vert.  12.  10 

FAIRBAIRN,  Eng.,  a  griffin,  passant,  sa.  87.  13 

FAIRBAIRN,  Sco.,  the  sun  in  splendour,  or. 
Semper  eadem.  7.  10 

FAIRBORNE,  Notts.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  couped, 
in  hand  a  sword,  erect,  enfiled  with  a  Turk's 
head,  affrontee,  all  ppr.  Tutus  sifortis. 

121.   14 

FAIRBROTHER,  Eng.,  a  cockatrice,  displayed, 
ppr.  92.  1 2 

FAIRCLOUGH,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  sa.,  be- 
tween paws  a  fleur-de-lis,  az.  comp.  46.  1 1 

FAIREBORNE,  in  hand,  vambraced,  a  sword,  in 
pale,  on  point  a  savage's  head,  affrontee, 
ppr.  121.  14 

FAIRFAX,  Yorks.,  on  a  chapeau,  a  lion,  pas- 
sant, gardant,  sa.     Je  leferay  durant  ma  vie. 
comp.  37.    10 

FAIRFAX,  Bart.,  a  lion,  passant,  ppr.  Fari 
fuc.  36.  i 


FAI 

FAIRFAX,  Baron  (Fairfax),  Sco.,  a  lion,  passant, 
gardant,  sa.  Farifac.  36.  13 

FAIRFAX,  Yorks.,  a  lion,  rampant,  sa.     41.  12 

FAIRFAX,  a  lion,  statant,  gardant,  sa.     37.   13 

FAIRFAX,  Yorks.,  a  lion,  passant,  sa.         36.  I 

FAIRFAX,  Yorks.  and  Norf.,  a  lion's  head, 
erased,  sa.,  gorged  with  three  bars-gemelle, 
and  ducally  crowned,  or.  comp.  44.  5 

FAIRFIELD,  Eng.,  a  demi-savage,  affrontee, 
handcuffed,  ppr.  136.  14 

FAIRFORD,  on  a  chapeau,  a  talbot,  sejant,  ppr. 

60.   13 

FAIRFORD,  out  of  a  mural  coronet,  a  spear,  sur- 
mounted by  two  laurel- branches,  in  saltier, 
all  ppr.  96.  2 

FAIRFOWL,  Sco.,  a  parrot.     Loguendo  placet. 

118.  12 

FAIRGRAY,  Yorks.,  an  anchor,  ppr.          133.  7 

FAIRHOLM,  Sco.,  a  dove,  with  an  olive-branch, 
ppr.  Spero  mdiora.  106.  7 

FAIRHOLM,  Sco.,  a  spur,  winged,  or,  leathered, 
gu.  Nunquam  non  paratus.  62.  5 

FAIRHOLME,  Sco.,  a  dove,  with  an  olive-branch, 
ppr.  Fide  et  firme.  106.  7 

FAIRLIE,  or  FAIRLY,  Sco.,  a  lion's  head,  couped, 
or.  Paratus  sum.  47.  14 

FAIRLIE,  or  FAIRLY,  Sco.,  a  unicorn's  head, 
couped,  ar.  /  am,  ready.  70.  4 

FAIRN,  between  two  laurel -branches,  in  orle, 
an  open  book,  all  ppr.  152.  I 

FAIRNIE,  Sco.,  a  greyhound,  current,  ppr. 
Quiescens  et  vigilans.  17.  8 

FAIRWEATHER,  the  sun  in  splendour,  or.  Volvi- 
tur  et  ridet.  7.  10 

FAITH,  on  stump  of  tree,  a  crane,  perched,  ppr. 

116.   ii 

FAITHFULL,  a  key,  in  pale,  wards  upward,  sur- 
mounted by  a  crosier  and  a  sword,  in  saltier, 

150.   II 

FAITHFULL,  a  talbot,  statant,  ppr.     comp.  61.  7 

FAKENHAM,  and  FECKENHAM,  a  square  padlock, 
az.  140.  4 

FALCH,  three  quatrefoils  on  one  branch,  stalked 
and  leaved,  ppr.  13.  II 

FALCON,  and  FAWCON,  Eng.,  four  arrows,  points 
downward,  and  a  bow  in  saltier,  ppr. 

158.  4 

FALCONER,  Lond.  and  Sco.,  a  falcon,  rising, 
ppr.  Fort  Her  scd  apte.  100.  13 

FALCONER,  Lond.,  same  crest.  Vi  et  indus- 
trid. 

FALCONER,  Wei.,  a  falcon,  perched,  hooded, 
and  belled,  ppr.  Viveut  vivas.  104.  6 

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.  104.  6 

FALCONER,  Sco.,  a  falcon,  rising,  ppr.     100.  13 

FALCONER,  Lond.,  a  trefoil,  slipped,  or.     13.  6 

FALCONER,  Sco.,  an  angel,  praying,  or,  within 
an  orle  of  laurel,  ppr.  Vive  ut  vivas.  139.  I 

FALDO,  Beds.,  three  arrows,  gu.,  feathered,  ar., 
two  in  saltier,  one  in  pale,  enfiled  with  a 
ducal  coronet,  or.  comp.  137.  6 

FALKINER,  Bart.,  Iri.,  a  falcon's  lure,  ppr.,  be- 
tween wings,  az.  Fortund  favente.  112.  3 

FALKINER,  Iri.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  hand, 
vested,  gu.,  cuffed,  or,  holding  the  sun,  ppr. 

151.   I 

FALKLAND,  Vfaoount,  Sco.  (Gary),  a  swan,  ppr. 
In  utroque  fiddis.  75.  n 


147  FAB 


FALKNER,  Eng.,  on  stump  of  tree,  an  escut- 
cheon, pendent,  ppr.  26.  12 

FALKNOR,  Eng.,  a  garb,  banded,  or.        12.  13 

FALL,  Sco.,  a  cornucopia,  ppr.     Honestas. 

30.  14 

FALL,  a  talbot,  passant.  61.  7 

FALLESBY,  a  demi-antelope,  collared,  ar.  82.  1 1 

FALLESLEY,  a  dexter  arm,  from  shoulder,  ex- 
tended, ppr.,  in  hand  an  anchor,  az.,  cabled, 
sa.  comp.  151.  13 

FALLON,  Eng.,  in  hand  a  mill-rind.       152.   12 

FALLOWFIELD,  Cumb.,  on  a  chapeau,  a  lion, 
gardant,  collared,  and  ducally  crowned. 

37.  4 

FALMOUTH,  Earl  of.     See  BOSCOWEN. 

FALSTOFFE,  Eng.,  an  oak-tree,  vert.        25.  12 

FALSTOFFE,  Norf.  and  Suff.,  a  hawk,  sa.,  wings 
expanded,  in  mouth  an  oak- branch,  vert, 
fructed,  ar.  comp.  99.  4  and  104.  10 

FANACOURT,  a  chevalier,  in  armour,  wielding  a 
sword,  ppr.  comp.  124.  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.  85.  12 

FANE,  Line.,  in  gauntlet,  or,  a  sword,  ppr., 
hilt  and  pommel,  gold.  155.  7 

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, 

PPr-  133-  4 

FANNELL,  a  tiger,  sejant,  sa.,  ducally  gorged,  or. 

comp.  9.  10 
FANNER,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  buck's  head, 

or.  83.  I 

FANNING,  Eng.,  in  dexter  hand,  ppr.,  vested, 

sa.,  a  mill-rind,  az.  152.   12 

FANSHAW,  Derbs.,  a  dragon's  head,  erased,  or, 

charged  with  two  cheverons,  ermines. 

comp.  89.  5 

FANSHAW,  Iri.,  a  greyhound,  sejant,  gu.    18.  14 
FANSHAW,  Derbs.,  Ess.,  and  Herts.,  a  dragon's 

head,    erased,    vert,    flames    issuant    from 

mouth,  ppr.  89.  5 

FANSHAWE,  Eng.,  on  a  ducal  coronet,  az.,  a 

wy  vern,  sa.  see  plate  89 

FANSHAWE,  a  cockatrice's  head,  ppr.        92.  i 
FAQUIER,  a  hand,  issuant,  pruning  a  vine,  ppr. 

145-  6 

FARBRIDGE,  Iri.,  a  parrot,  gu.  nS.  12 

FARBY,  Kent,  a  cinquefoil,  or.  80.  3 

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.  38.  3 

FARELL,  Heref.  and  Warw.,  a  boar's  head, 

couped,  sa.,  collared,  ar.  see  plate  3 

FAREWELL,  Somers.,  a  tiger,  sa.,  ducally  gorged, 

armed,  and  tufted,  or.  see  plate  9 

FAREY,  Eng.,  a  plough,  ppr.  153.  2 

FARINGHAM,  and  FARNEHAM,  out  of  an  earl's 

coronet,  or,  a  moor's  head,  from  shoulders, 

ppr.  129.   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. 

89.   13 
FARINGTON,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned 

up,  or,  a  fox,  sejant,  ppr.  16.  2 


PAR 


148 


FAS 


FARLEY,  Eng.,  an  antelope's  head,  erased, 
pierced  through  neck  by  a  spear-head,  ppr. 

82.  8 

FARLOUGH,  Lane.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  in 
dexter  a  fleur-de-lis,  sa.  46.  1 1 

FARLOW,  a  dragon's  head,  ducally  gorged  and 
chained.  9°-  7 

FARMER,  Bart.,  Suss.,  a  leopard,  passant,  gar- 
dant,  ppr.  II.  4 

FARMER,  Sco.,  a  cross  flev.ry,  fitched,  between 
wings,  each  charged  with  a  crescent. 

comp.  95.   10 

FARMER,  Leic.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
salamander  in  flames,  ppr.  27.  5 

FARMER,  Norf.,  a  cock's  head,  gu.,  combed 
and  wattled,  or,  in  beak  a  rose,  of  the  first, 
stalked  and  leaved,  vert.  see  plate  94 

FARMER  of  Nonsuch  Park,  Surr.,  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  or,  a  cock's  head,  gu.,  crested  and 
wattled,  gold.  Hora  c  sempre.  94.  8 

FARMER,  Northamp.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet, 
or,  a  cock's  head,  gu.,  crested  and  jelloped, 
gold.  94.  8 

FARMER,  a  tiger's  face,  affrontde.  47.  2 

FARMINGHAM,  Eng.,  a  sea-lion,  rampant,  or. 

69.  7 

F  ARMOUR,  a  cock's  head,  erased,  gu.,  combed 
and  wattled,  or,  in  beak  a  bunch  of  flowers, 
ar.,  leaved,  ppr.  see  plate  94 

FARNABY,  Bart.,  Kent.,  a  stork,  ar.         115.  8 

FARNABY,  Kent,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a 
stork,  rising,  ppr.,  charged  with  two  bars- 
gemelle,  ar.,  in  beak  a  snake,  vert. 

sec  plate  115 

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.  88.   I 

FARNBOROUGH,  Baron  (Long),  out  of  a  five- 
leaved  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  lion's  head,  ar., 
gutte'e-de-sang.  Znyenucu  suscipit  artes. 

47.  10 

FARNDEN,  Suss.,  on  a  mural  crown,  or,  a  leo- 
pard's head,  purp.  comp.  10.  8 

FARNELL,  a  hawk,  wings  expanded  and  in- 
verted, ducally  gorged  and  belled,  ppr. 

105.   15 

FARNHAM,  Baron  (Maxwell-Barry),  Iri.,  a 
buck's  head,  erased,  ppr.  Jesuisprfa.  83.  13 

FARNHAM,  an  eagle,  preying  on  a  cony,  ppr. 

97.   14 

FARNHAM,  Eng.,  out  of  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
moor's  head,  from  shoulders,  ppr. 

FARNHAM,  an  eagle,  or,  preying  on  a  hare,  ar. 

97.   10 

FARNHAM  of  Quorndon  House.  Leic.,  an  eagle, 
or,  wings  close,  preying  on  a  rabbit,  ar. 

comp.  97.   14 

FARQUHAR,  Bart.,  Lond.,  an  eagle,  rising,  ppr. 
Mente  manuqiie.  98.  10 

FARQUHAR,  TOWNSHEND-,  Bart.,  of  Mauritius, 
same  crest  and  motto. 

FARQUHAR,  Sco.,  a  lion,  rampant.  £to,  cado, 
Jide  et  armis.  41.  12 

FARQUHAR,  and  FERQUHAR,  Sco.,  issuing  out 
of  a  cloud,  ppr.,  a  star,  ar.  Vertitur  in 
diem.  7.  4 

FARQUHAR,  Sco.,  a  dexter  hand,  apaumee,  ppr. 
Fide  et  armis.  1 53.  7 

FARQUHAR,  Sco.,  a  dexter  hand;  apaumee,  ppr. 
Sto,  cado,  Jide  et  armis.  153.  7 


FARQUHAR,  GRAY-,  Sco.,  a  sinister  hand,  apau- 
mee, gu.  Sto,  cado,  fide  et  armis.  155.  I 

FARQUHARSON  of  Invercauld,  a  demi-lion,  gu., 
in  dexter  a  sword,  ppr.  Fide  et  fortitudine. 

44.  ii 

FARQUHARSON  of  Haughton,  the  sun  rising 
from  behind  a  cloud,  ppr.  Ittumino.  7.  I 

FARQUHARSON,  and  FARQUHERSON,  Eng.,  a 
portcullis,  gu.  1 38.  n 

FARQUHARSON,  Sco.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  gu. 
In  memoriam  majorum.  44.  14 

FARQUHARSON,  Dors.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  in 
dexter  paw  a  dagger,  erect,  ppr.,  hilt  and 
pommel,  or.  44.  1 1 

FARQUHARSON,  Eng.,  the  sun  in  splendour,  ppr. 
Ittumino.  7.  10 

FARQUHARSON,  Sco.,  out  of  a  cloud,  the  sun, 
rising,  ppr.  Non  semper  sub  umbra.  7.  I 

FARR,  Eng.,  on  the  point  of  a  sword,  a  maunch, 
gu.  128.  9 

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.  154.  10 

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.  2.  I 

FARRANT,  Kent,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a 
pelican's  head,  ar.,  vulning,  gu.,  between 
wings,  of  the  last.  see  plate  i 03 

FARRANT,  Surr.  and  Yorks.,  a  cubit  arm, 
erect,  vested,  vair,  cuffed,  ar.,  in  hand  a 
battle-axe.  comp.  I54-*  10 

FARRAR,  Yorks.,  a  horse-shoe,  sa.,  between 
wings,  ar.  93.  4 

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.  28.  12 

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  17 

FARRER,  and  FARROR,  Eng.,  a  horse-shoe,  sa., 
between  wings,  or.  93!  4 

FARRER  of  Ingleborough,  Yorks.,  a  horse- 
shoe, between  wings,  ppr.  Ferre  ra  Ferme. 

93-  4 

FARRER,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  between 
wings,  ar.,  a  crescent,  gold.  comp.  109.  I 

FARRIER,  a  horse-shoe.  126.4 

FARRINGTON,  a  lamb,  passant,  ar.,  bearing  a 
banner,  pink,  staff,  ppr.,  surmounted  by  a 
cross,  or.  55-  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.          91.   5 

FARRINGTON,  Leic.,  a  dragon,  passant,  sans 
wings,  ar.,  murally  gorged,  gu.,  chained,  or. 

FARRINGTON,  Lond.,  a  dragon,  passant,  ppr. 

89.   13 

FARROW,  Eng.,  a  lion's  paw,  holding  a  thistle, 
ppr.  39-  H 

FARWELL,  two  oak -branches,  in  orle,  vert, 
acorned,  or.  29.  14 

FASANT,  a  Cornish  chough,  wings  expanded, 
ppr.  119.  7 


FAS 


149 


FEL, 


FASSETT,  -Eng.,  a  shark's  head,  issuant,  re- 
gardant, swallowing  a  negro,  all  ppr. 

6.   12 

FAUCONBKIDGE,  or  FAWCONBRIDGE,  out  of  a 
ducal  coronet,  or,  a  plume  of  three  ostrich- 
feathers,  banded,  ppr.  comp.  109.  3 

FAUKENNER,  Surr.,  a  falcon,  ppr.,  belled,  or. 

104.  2 

FAULDER,  on  a  mountain,  a  beacon  inflamed, 
all  ppr.  2.  9 

FAULKNER,  Suff.,  a  demi-cockatrice,  wings  ad- 
dorsed,  ppr.  see  plate  92 

FAULKNER,  Eng.,  a  cross  moline,  pierced,  gu. 

77-  .7 

FAULKNER,  a  falcon's  lure,  or,  between  falcon's 

wings,  ppr.  1 1 2.  3 

FAULKNER,  Middx.,  a  dragon's  head  and  neck, 

with  wings  addorsed,  couped  at  shoulders, 

ppr.  see  plate  89 

FAULKNER  of  Castletown,  Carlow,  on  a  mount, 

vert,   an   angel   in    a  praying   posture,   or, 

within  an  orle  of  laurel,  ppr.      Vive  ut  vivas, 

139-   I 

FAULKS,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  ppr.  3.  9 

FAUNCE,  a  demi-Jion,  rampant,  sa.,  langued, 

gu.,  ducally  gorged,  or.     Ne  tmtcs,  aut  per- 

fice.  46.  8 

FAUNTAN,  FAUNT,  and  FANT,  a  naked  boy,  ppr., 

in  dexter  a  toy,  or.  comp.  135-   I 

FAUNTLEROY,  Cornw.,  the  head  of  a  halberd, 

issuant,  ppr.  123.  9 

FAUNTLEROY,  Wilts.,  a  fleur-de-lis,  or.  between 

wings,  az.  comp.  144.  9 

FAUSSET,  Kent,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  sa.,  in 

paws  a  Tuscan  column,  bendwise,  gobonee, 

ar.  and  gu.,  the  base  and  capital,  or. 

see  plate  44 

FAUZE,  a  tower,  ppr.  22.  14 

FAVELL,  Eng.,  on  the  point  of  a  sword,  in  pale, 

a  maunch,  all  ppr.  128.  9 

FAVILL,  Yorks.,  an  esquire's  helmet,  ppr.     En 

Dieuetmafoi.  66.   14 

FAWCET,  Eng.,  a  dolphin,  naiant,  ppr.    68.   1 1 
FAWCETT,  Eng.,  a  stag's  head.  84.  10 

FAWCETT,  Iri.,  a  mitre.  159.  3 

FAWCONER,  and  FAWKONER,  a  tower,  sa.,  ma- 
soned, or.  22.    14 
FAWETHER,  and  FAYREWEATHER,  a  lion's  head, 

erased,  gu.,  billettee,  or.  comp.  47.   13 

FAWKES,  Yorks.,  a  falcon,  ppr.  104.  2 

FAWKNE,  a  hawk's  head,  erased.  103.   3 

FAWKNER,  and  FAWKENOR,  a  trefoil,  slipped, 

or.  13.  6 

FAWLCONER,  Hants,  and  Northamp.,  a  garb, 

or,  banded,  gu.  12.  13 

FAWLDE,  Beds.,  three  arrows,  one  in  pale,  and 

two  in  saltier,  gu.,  headed  and  feathered, 

ar.,  issuing  through  a  ducal  coronet,  or. 

comp.  127.   II 
FAWSET,  or  FAWSSET,  Line.,   a  stag's  head, 

erased.  83.   13 

FAY,  Iri.,  a  dexter  arm,  in  gauntlet  a  dagger, 

all  ppr.  155.  7 

FAYT,  Eng.,  a  water-bouget,  gu.  131.   10 

FAZAKERLEY,  Lane.,  on  a  mount,  vert,  a  swan, 

close,  ar.  75-7 

FEA,  a  man,  digging,  ppr.     Fac  et  spcra. 
FEAD,  Eng.,  the  sun,  surmounted  by  a  unicorn, 

rampant.  73.  6 

FEAKE,  and  FEEKE,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or, 

a  demi-ostrich,  wings  expanded,  ar.,  beaked, 

gu.,  in  mouth  a  horse-shoe,  gold.       108.   10 


FEARGUSON,  Iri.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  embowed, 
in  hand  a  broken  tilting-spear.  141.  6 

FEARNLY,  a  talbot,  passant,  ar.,  through  fern, 
vert,  collared  and  lined,  or.  comp.  61.  8 

FEARON,  Eng.,  within  an  annulet,  or,  an  es- 
cutcheon, gu.  95-3 

FEARON,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  ppr.,  between 
paws  a  shield,  gu.,  surrounded  by  an  annu- 
let, or.  see  plate  44 

FEARON,  Suss.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  fal- 
con's head,  ppr.  50.  3 

FEAST,  Middx.,  a  pheon,  point  upward,  gu. 

89.  3 

FEATHERSTON,  or  FEATHERSTONE,  Eng.,  a  cross 
crosslet.  140.  14 

FEATHERSTONHAUGH,  Durh..  a  falcon,  ppr. 

104.  2 

FEAULITEAU,  Surr.,  a  squirrel,  sejant,  crack- 
ing a  nut,  all  ppr.  58.  12 

FECHER,  Eng.,  a  spur-rowel,  between  wings, 
ppr.  comp.  65.  13 

FEDELOW,  an  ermine,  statant,  ppr.,  collared 
and  lined,  sa.  comp.  33.  5 

FEILD,  out  of  a  cloud,  an  arm,  in  armour,  in 
fess,  in  hand,  gauntleted,  a  sphere,  all  ppr. 

148.  i 

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.  58.  10 

FELBRIDG,  a  man's  heart,  imperially  crowned, 
between  wings.  1 30.  I 

FELBRIDGE,  Eng.,  a  tower,  embattled,  thereon 
a  bird,  rising.  119.  14 

FELD,  Sco.,  an  eagle's  head,  erased,  ppr. 

102.    10 

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.  26.  2 

FELDINGHAM,  or  FILLINGHAM,  a  slip  of  three 
teazles,  or.  54-6 

FELDON,  Leic.,  a  wild  man. 

FELDRIDGE,  Wore.,  a  bird,  in  beak  a  nut- 
branch,  vert,  fructed,  ppr.  comp.  99.  4 

FELFAIR,  a  gem-ring.  2.  10 

FELIX,  Eng.,  a  covered  cup,  gu.    comp.  135.   i 

FELL,  a  pelican,  wings  elevated  and  addorsed, 
vulning,  ppr.  97.  7 

FELL,  Northumb.,  a  Catherine-wheel,  ensigned 
on  top  with  cross  pattee,  fitched,  or.  126.  9 

FELL,  Lond.,  a  hand  holding  a  clarionet,  ppr. 

*53-  9 

FELL,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  or,  a  demi-eagle, 
displayed,  ducally  gorged.  comp.  101.  2 

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.  38.   13 

FELLGATE,  Suff.,  a  griffin,  sejant,  salient,  ar., 
pierced  through  breast  by  a  broken  spear, 
or,  the  point  in  mouth.  88.  9 

FELLOW,  Iri.,  a  lion,  sejant,  gardant,  resting 
dexter  on  an  escutcheon.  see  plate  38 

FELLOWES,  Eng.,  oxit  of  a  cloud,  a  dexter  hand, 
holding  a  club,  all  ppr.  155-  5 

FELLOWES,  Devons.,  a  lion's  head,  erased,  dq- 
cally  crowned.  comp.  44.  5 

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.  77.  6 
FELT,  on  a  mural  coronet,  or,  a  stag,  passant, 
ppr.                                                   see  plate  79 
FELTER,  in  dexter  hand,  a  covered  cup,  or. 

142.    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.  109.   12 

FELTON,  a  stag,  lodged,  gu.,  ducally  gorged 
and  lined,  or,  attired,  vert,  on  the  top  of 
each  branch  a  bezant.  comp.  80.  10 

FENCOURT,  Eng.,  a  portcullis,  sa.,  chained,  az. 

138.  ii 

FENIS,  Eng.,  a  bridge  of  three  arches,  ppr.  24.  4 
FENKELL,  Eng.,  a  mullet,  sa.  107-  4 

FENN,  Suff.,  a  dragon's  head,  erased,  az.,  col- 
lared, ar.,  on  the  collar  three  escallops,  of 
the  first.  comp.  89.  4 

FENN,  Norf.,  a  dragon's  head,  erased. 
FENN,  Eng.,  a  talbot's  head,  erased,  or,  col- 
lared, az.  60.  4 
FENNEL,  or  FENNELL,  Eng.,  a  hunting-horn, 
sans  strings.  I.   14 
FENNER,  two  hands,  couped  and  conjoined,  in 
fess,  gu.,  supporting  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched, 
az.                                                           122.   13 
FENNER,  Eng.,  an  eagle,  displayed,  or,  winged, 
ar.                                                             96.   10 
FENNER,  an  eagle,  displayed,  ar.,  membered, 
or.                                                             96.    10 
FENNING,  Eng.,  a  lion,  passant,  regardant,  du- 
cally gorged  and  lined.                             36.  4 
FENNISON,  !Sco.,  a  crane's  head,  ppr.     Vigilat 
et  orat.                                                      116.  6 
FENNOR,  Eng.,  a  mermaid,  in  dexter  a  dagger, 
all  ppr.  32.  9 
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.  71.  5 
FENROTHER,  Lond.,  a  boar's  head,  couped,  be- 
tween two  branches,  in  orle,  ppr.           3.   1 1 
FENTIMAN,  Eng.,  a  Cornish  chough,  rising,  du- 
cally gorged,  ppr.                         comp.  114.  9 
FENTON,  Yorks.  and  Notts.,  a  fleur-de-lis,  sa., 
enfiled  with  a  ducal  coronet,  or.          142.  12 
FENTON  of  Underbank  Hall,  Yorks.,  out  of  a 
ducal  coronet,  a  fleur-de-lis,  ppr.       142.   12 
FENTON,  Sco.,  out  of  a  rock,  a  palm-tree,  grow- 
ing, ppr.     Per  ardua  surgo.  25.  3 
FENTON,  Perths.,   out  of  a   ducal  coronet,   a 
griffin's  head,  in  mouth  a  key.      Felix  qui 
pacificus.                                       .  88.   I 
FENWICK,  or  FENNWICK,  a  phoenix  in  flames, 
Virtute  sibi  prcemium.                           IOI.   10 
FENWICK,  a  beaver,  passant,  ppr.,  in  mouth  a 
sugar-cane,  or.                              comp.  33.   n 
FENWICK,  Leic.,  a  phoenix,  az.,  winged,  gu.,  in 
flames,  ppr.                                            101.   10 
FENWICK,  Northumb.,  a  phoenix  in  flames, ppr., 
murally  gorged,  or.     Toujours  loi/al. 

comp.  101.   10 
FERBY,  Kent,  on  a  mural  coronet,  or,  a  plate, 

between  wings,  sa. 

FERGANT,  a  cross  crosslet.  140.  14 

FERGUS,  Sco.,  a  dexter  arm,  in  armour,  in  hand 

a  sword,  in  pale,  az.  155.  7 


FEB 

FERGUSHILL,  Sco.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a 

cock's  head,  ppr.  94.   8 

FERGUSON,  Bart.,  Iri.,  on  a  thistle,  leaved,  and 

flowered,  ppr.,  a  bee,  or.     Dvlcius  ex  asperis. 

29.  2 

FERGUSON,  Sco.,  a  thistle,  thereon  a  bee,  ppr. 

Indnstria.  29.  2 

FERGUSON  of  Craig- darroch,  Sco.,  in  hand  a 

spear,  in  bend,  ppr.      Vi  et  arte.        148.   10 

FERGUSON,  Cumb.,  a  demi  -  lion,  in  dexter  a 

thistle,  ppr.     Marte  et  arte.          comp.  42.  I 

FERGUSON,  Heref.  and  Sco.,  out  of  clouds,  ppr., 

a  crescent,  ar.  8.    1 1 

FERGUSON,  in  hand  a  dagger,  erect.     Arte  et 

marte.  122.   12 

FERGUSON,  a  hand  grasping  a  broken  spear, 

ppr.      Vi  et  arte.  144.  4 

FERGUSON,  Lond.,  an  arm,  in  armour,  in  hand 

a  broken  spear,  all  ppr.     True  to  the  last. 

141.  6 

FERGUSON,  Eug.  and  Sco.,  in  a  crescent,  a 

cock,  ppr.  94.  4 

FERGUSON,  a  demi-lion,  ppr.,  between  paws  a 

buckle,  gu.      Virtutis  fortuna  comes. 
FERGUSON,  a  demi-lion,  in  dexter  a  scimitar. 

46.  9 

FERGUSON,  on  clouds,  a  crescent,  horns  upward. 

Virtute.  8.   n 

FERGUSSON,  Bart.,  Sco.,  on  a  thistle,  leaved 

and  flowered,  ppr.,  a  bee,  or.     Dulcius  ex 

asperis.  29.  2 

FERGUSSON  of  Isle,co.  Dumfries,  an  increscent, 

or.     Growing.  93.   I 

FERMOR,  Earl  'of  Pomfret.     See  POMFRET. 

FERMOR,  Suss.,  a  tiger,  passant,  ar.          9-13 

FERMOUR,  two  oak-branches,  in  saltier,  ppr. 

54.   10 

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.  9 

FERNANDEZ,  Eng.,  on  a  cloud,  a  celestial  sphere, 

ppr.  8.  10 

FERNE,    out   of    fern,  ppr.,   a   talbot's   head, 

ar.,  eared  and  collared,  gu.,  garnished  and 

ringed,  or.  see  plate  61 

FERNE,  on  a  mount  of  fern,  ppr.,  a  garb,  or, 

banded,  gu.  12.  ii 

FERNE,  Derbs.,  Line.,  and  Staffs.,  a  garb,  or, 

between  wings  expanded,  per  pale,  indented, 

of  the  first,  and  gu.  12.  8 

FERNELY,  or  FERNLEY,  through  fern,  vert,  a 

talbot,  passant,  ar.,  collared  and  lined,  or. 

see  plate,  6 1 

FERNEY,  Sco.,  a  crescent,  ar.  140.  2 

FERNIE,  Sco.,  a  greyhound,  current.    Quiescens 

et  vigttans.  17.  8 

FERNS,  Iri.,  out  of  a  cup,   az.,  a  bouquet  of 

roses,  ppr.  96.   I 

FERON,  Sco.,  a  cross  patted,  erm.  123.  5 

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.  154.   10 

FERRANT,  Eng.,  a  demi-lion,  or,  seme'e  of  tor- 

teaux,  az.  see  plate  44 

FERRARD,  Viscount,  Iri. :  (Skeffington-Foster), 

a  mermaid,  with  comb  and  mirror,  all  ppr. 

Renascentur.  32.  5 

FERRARILS,  Eng.,  a  leopard,  passant,  gardant, 

ducally  gorged,  ppr.  1 1.  7 


FER 

FERRARS,  Eng.,  on  a  chapeau,  an  eagle,  prey  ing 
on  a  child,  swaddled,  ppr.  97.  3 

FERRERS  of  Baddesley  Clinton,  Warw.,  a  uni- 
corn, passant,  erm.  Splendeo  tritus. 

comp.  70.   13 

FERRERS,  Earl  (Washington-Shirley),  the  bust 
of  a  Saracen  in  profile,  ppr.,  wreathed  about 
temples,  or  and  az.  Honor  virtutis  prcemium. 

I3I-   15 

FERRERS,  Glouc.,  an  ostrich,  ppr.,  in  mouth  a 
horse-shoe,  or.  108.  13 

FERRERS,  Herts.,  two  bees,  volant,  saltierwise, 
ppr.  76.  2 

FERRERS,  Derbs.  and  Warw.,  a  unicorn,  pas- 
sant, erm.  comp.  70.  13 

FERRERS,  Sco.,  a  leopard,  passant,  gardant, 
ducally  gorged,  ppr.  II.  7 

FERRERS,  Eng.,  a  pheon,  az.  77.   13 

FERRIE,  Sco.,  an  anchor  and  cable,  ppr.  Be 
firm.  133.  7 

FERRIER,  Sco.,  a  garb,  or,  banded,  gu.  Dili- 
gentia  ditat.  12.  13 

FERRIER,  Eng.,  a  horse-shoe,  ppr.  Bon  for- 
tune. 126.  4 

FERRIER,  Sco.,  a  plumb-rule,  or.  66.  10 

FERRIER,  Sco.,  a  horse  -  sho^  az.,  between 
wings,  or.  Advance.  93.  4 

FERRINGTON,  an  heraldic-tiger,  passant,  vert, 
tail  nowed,  ducally  gorged  and  lined,  or. 

comp.  64.  II 

FERRIS,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  a  sinister 
hand,  between  wings,  ppr.  145.  8 

FERRON,  Eng.,  out  of  a  ducal  coronet,  an  arm, 
in  armour,  in  hand  a  cutlass,  ppr.  122.  3 

FERRY,  or  FERRET,  a  plough,  ppr.  153.  2 

FESANT,  Eng.,  a  demi-antelope,  ppr.,  collared, 
gu.  82.  II 

FESANT,  a  cock-pheasant,  ppr.  113.  13 

FESTING,  Eng.,  afire-beacon  inflamed,  ppr.  2. 13 

FETHERSTON,  Bart.,  Iri.,  an  antelope,  statant, 
ar.,  armed,  or.  Volens  et  valens.  82.  10 

FETHERSTON,  Cambs.,  an  antelope's  head, 
erased,  gu.  .  82.  7 

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.  88.  7 

FETHERSTON  of  Packwood  House,  Warw.,  an 
antelope's  head,  erased,  gu.,  horned  and 
langued,  vert.  Christi  pennatus  sidera  morte 
peto.  82.  7 

FETHERSTON,  or  FETHERSTONE,  Iri.,  a  cross 
crosslet,  fitched,  ar.,  and  a  sword,  az  ,  in 
saltier.  52-  * 

FETHERSTONEHAUGH,  Bart.,  Eng.,  an  antelope, 
statant,  ar.,  armed,  or.  82.  10 

FETHERSTONHAUGHof  The  College,  Kirkoswald, 
an  antelope's  head,  erased,  gu.,  armed,  or. 
Valens  et  volens.  82.  7 

FETON,  a  chevalier,  in  complete  armour,  wield- 
ing a  scimitar,  ppr.  comp.  130.  14 

FETTES,  Kent,  a  man  on  horseback,  at  full 
speed,  brandishing  a  scimitar.  Absquemetu. 

133-  " 
FETTES,  Bart.,  Sco.,  and  FETTUS,  Sco.,  a  bee, 

volant,  ppr.  Indu stria.  76.  4 

FETTEW,  a  bee,  erect,  ppr.  76.  5 

FETTIPLACE,  Berks.,  a  griffin's  head,  vert, 

beaked,  gu.  87.  6 

FETTIPLACE,  Berks.,  a  cock's  head,  erased,  gu., 

crested  and  wattled,  or.  94.  9 


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FETTYPLACE,  a  griffin's  head,  erased,  vert, 
beaked  and  eared,  gu.  88.  7 

FEVERSHAM,  Baron  (Duncombe),  out  of  a  ducal 
coronet,  or,  a  horse's  hind-leg,  sa.,  shod,  ar. 
Deo,  regi,  patrice.  107.  3 

FEWTRELL,  a  leopard's  head,  ppr.,  gorged  with 

a  collar,  ar.,  charged  with  three  mullets,  sa. 

comp.  jo.   7 

FEYREY,  and  FEYTREY,  a  cross  crosslet,  fitched, 
sa.  141.  14 

FEYRY,  Beds.,  a  griffin,  segreant,  in  dexter  a 
sword,  ppr.  comp.  86.  7  and  10 

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  40 

FFOULKES  of  Eriviatt,  Wei.,  a  boar's  head, 
erased,  ar.  Jure  non  dono.  1 5.  5 

FFRENCH,  Baron  (Ffrench),  Iri.,  a  dolphin, 
naiant,  ppr.  Malo  mori  quamfcedari.  68.  1 1 

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  9.  (2.)  A  pelican 
wings  addorsed,  vulning.  Esperance..  97.  7» 

FICHET,  Somers.,  a  demi-lion,  pean,  ducally 
crowned,  or. 

FICKLING,  on  a  chapeau,  gu.,  turned  up,  erm., 
an  eagle's  head,  az.  comp.  103.  I  and  14 

FIDDES,  Eng.,  a  cinquefoil,  erm.  80.  3 

FIDELOW,  a  dexter  hand,  in  fess,  couped,  reach- 
ing toward  a  garland  of  olive.  1 50.  5 

FIDLER,  Eng.,  a  dexter  hand  holding  a  palm - 
branch,  ppr.  158.  6 

FIELD,  a  wheatsheaf,  or,  banded,  gu.      12.  13 

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.  53.  3 

FIELDEN,  a  bird,  on  a  branch,  ppr.  26.  2 

FIELDEN,  Eng.,  a  lion,  rampant,  in  dexter  a 
fleur-de-lis.  41.  9 

FIELDING,  a  rope  knotted  and  tasseHed,  be- 
tween wings.  19.  2 

FIELDING,  Warw.  :  (i.)  On  dexter,  an  eagle, 
displayed.  95.  13.  (2.)  In  centre,  a  palm- 
tree.  25.  i.  (3.)  On  sinister,  a  black-bird 
sitting  on  an  oak-stump,  acorned,  all  ppr. 

114.  I 

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.  96.  10 

FIELDS,  issuing  from  a  cloud,  in  hand,  erect,  a 
club,  ppr.  155.  5 

FIENES,  Eng.,  a  wolf,  sejant,  collared  and 
lined.  comp.  19.  8 

FIENNES,  issuing  from  clouds,  in  fess,  two 
hands,  supporting  a  flaming  heart,  ppr. 

149.   12 

FIENNES,  Baron  Say  and  Sale.     See  SAY. 

FIFE,  Earl  of,  Viscount  Macduff  (Duff) :  (i.)  A 
horse,  in  full  gallop,  ar.,  covered  with  a 


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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.  73.  13. 
(2.)  A  demi-lion,  rampant,  gu.,  in  dexter  a 
broadsword,  ppr.,  hilt  and  pommel,  or. 
Virtute  et  opere.  44.  1 1 

FIFE,  or  FIFFE,  Sco.,  a  demi-lion,  rampant,  sa. 

44-    H 

FIFIELD,  Kent,  a  falcon,  rising,