The court companion, containing the arms of the peers, peeresses, and bishops of the United Kingdom. Also, a peerage directory

 
9781236019196: The court companion, containing the arms of the peers, peeresses, and bishops of the United Kingdom. Also, a peerage directory

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1804* Excerpt: ...of Henry V11. c. 20. Be-itenactti, &c. "That no person or persons, of wliatsoever estate, condition, or degree, do take part with any lord or gentleman, or uphold variances or comparisons in won! or deed, by using those words. Crrmaboot Butleraboo or such like words, or otherwise, contrary to the King's laws, his crown, dignity, and peace, but to call only on St. George, or the name of his Sovereign Lord the King, for the time being; and if any person do contrary, or offend in the premises, he may be taken and committed to ward, there to remain, without bail or mainprize, till they have made fme, after the discretion of the Kind's deputy of Ireland, and the King's counsel of the same for the time being." There was an association of the lords of the Pale, or district of only five counties, in which alone the English laws were predominant till the reign of Henry VIII in order to prevent the Irish from marauding, and to suppress insurrections, &c. called the fiaternity of St. George; and this is the allusion of this act of parliament. Cruet dnm spirojido. Whilst I have breath, I put my trust in the cross. v Netterville. Data fata secutus. Complying with his declared fate. 1 St. John of Bletsoe. Se bon vouloir servir le Roi. To serve the King with good will. e Tankervilte. Decori deem addit avito. He adds honour to the honour of his ancestors. e Kellie. vecrevi. l have resolved. e Westmeath. Deo adjuvante non timendum. God assisting us, nothing is to be feared. v Fitzwilliam. Deodate.,rGivetoGod. 1 Arundel. Veo duct. Terra comitante. By God my leader, and bv my sword my companion. e Cliarleroont. Be moitte alto. From the pitch of grandeur. v Hawarden. Deo non fortuna. From God, not fortune. e Digby. Depressus extollor. Depressed, I am exalted...

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