The Grammar of Heraldry (page 3/9)

[picture: Section VI continued]

Section VI continued

[picture: Section VII. Of Lines with their diverse Forms; Section VIII. Some few Coats referr'd to, for the diverse bearing of several Ordinaries.]

Section VII. Of Lines with their diverse Forms; Section VIII. Some few Coats referr’d to, for the diverse bearing of several Ordinaries.

[picture: Section IX. Cautions: Containing the Names of Roundles, Guttees, and other Matters]

Section IX. Cautions: Containing the Names of Roundles, Guttees, and other Matters

[picture: Chapter II. <i>Of Marshalling.</i> Section I. Of the Disposition of divers Coat-Armours in one Shield (or Escocheon) which is the first Part of Marshalling.]

Chapter II. Of Marshalling. Section I. Of the Disposition of divers Coat-Armours in one Shield (or Escocheon) which is the first Part of Marshalling.

[picture: Section I. continued; Section II. Of Things Marshall'd without the Escocheon.]

Section I. continued; Section II. Of Things Marshall’d without the Escocheon.

[picture: (Ornaments of an Achievement, with pictures of helmets)]

(Ornaments of an Achievement, with pictures of helmets)

[picture: (the Wreath, Crowns and Coronets)]

(the Wreath, Crowns and Coronets)

[picture: Examples: Rev. Mr. Joseph Bokenham. Rector of Stoake Ash in the County of Norfolk; The Right worshipful Sir Nicholas Carew of Bedington in Surry, Baronet.]

Examples: Rev. Mr. Joseph Bokenham. Rector of Stoake Ash in the County of Norfolk; The Right worshipful Sir Nicholas Carew of Bedington in Surry, Baronet.


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