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Bishopric of St. Asaph
Chapter I, Of Blazon., Section I, Rules of Blazoning in General
Section II, Accidents of Arms, Tinctures
Differences, including Borders (Bordures and Imbordurings)
Differences (continued). Sect. III, Essential Parts of Arms: The Escocheon [i.e., Escutcheon], Points, and Abatements
Examples; Section IV, The several Kinds of Escocheons.
Section V. What Field and Charge are.; Section VI. The several Kinds of Honourable Ordinaries and their Diminutives
Section VI continued
Section VII. Of Lines with their diverse Forms; Section VIII. Some few Coats referr’d to, for the diverse bearing of several Ordinaries.
Section IX. Cautions: Containing the Names of Roundles, Guttees, and other Matters
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.
Section I. continued; Section II. Of Things Marshall’d without the Escocheon.
(Ornaments of an Achievement, with pictures of helmets)
(the Wreath, Crowns and Coronets)
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.
Example: The Right Honourable William Temple, Lord Cobham
Examples: The Right Hon. Charles Townshend, Visc. Townshend; The RIght Hon. Charles Spenser, Earl of Sunderland
Examples: His Grace Thomas Hollis Pelham, D. of Newcastle; George, by the Grace of God, Kind of Great-Britain, France and Ireland, &c. Defender of the Faith, our only Rightful and Ever-Glorious Sovereign
Handwritten notes; Examples: Abbehall of Gloucestershire; Abbington of Dowdeswel in Gloucestershire
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