The grammar of heraldry

Publication Date1724
Remainderor, gentleman's vade mecum, In which are laid down, The most Plain and Easy Rules, for the more perfect Understanding of that Noble Science, than have ever hitherto been Extant. Containing I. Rules of Blazoning, with Observations. II. Practical Directions for Marshalling. III. A large Alphabetical Collection of Arms, by way of Example. Together with two appendices: the whole adorn'd with proper cuts. By Samuel Kent, Gent. To which is now added, A Copious Dictionary, being a curious Explanation of all the Terms used in Heraldry, with Numerous References to illustrate the same
Publisherprinted for Francis Jackson, at the Rose and Crown in Little-Britain, and William Meadows, at the Angel in Cornhill




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