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" peruse and take knowledge, survey and view of all manner of arms, cognizances, crests, and other like devices, with the notes of the descents, pedigrees, and marriages of all the nobility and gentry therein... "
A History of the College of Arms: And the Lives of All the Kings, Heralds ... - Page xxxix
by Mark Noble - 1805 - 451 pages
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A History of the College of Arms: And the Lives of All the Kings, Heralds ...

Mark Noble - 1804 - 451 pages
...pedigrees, marriages, and issue of the nobility and gentry therein, but also to reprove, controule, and make infamous by proclamation, all such as unlawfully, and without just authority, doe usurp or take upon them any name or title of honour or dignit}', as Esquire, or Gentleman, or other,...
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Librarian, Being an Account of Scarce, Valuable, and Useful ..., Volume 1

1808
...Marriages of all the Nobility and Gentry therein throughout contained; and also to reprove, controul, and make infamous by proclamation, all such as unlawfully,...just authority, usurp or take any Name or Title of honour or dignity, as Esquire or Gentleman," &c. &c. The first of these commissions was issued in 21...
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A Treatise on the Law of Evidence

Samuel March Phillipps - 1815 - 520 pages
...devices, with the notes of the descents, pedigrees, and marriages of all the nobility and gentry therein contained ; and also to reprove, control, and make...just authority usurp or take any name or title of honour or dignity." The first of these commissions was issued in the twenty-first year of Henry VIII.,...
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A Treatise on the Law of Evidence

Samuel March Phillipps - 1816 - 692 pages
...devices, with the notes of the descents, pedigrees, and marriages of all the nobility and gentry therein contained ; and also to reprove, control, and make...•unlawfully and without just authority usurp or take any (2) Bull. NP 248. (4) King dem. Lord Thanet -v. (3) lllrogworth v. Leigh, 4 Civil!. Foster, 2 Jou....
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Commentaries on the laws of England. [Another], Volume 3

sir William Blackstone - 1825
...respective provinces, to " peruse and take knowledge, survey and view of all manner of arms, cognizances, crests, and other like devices, with the notes of...just authority usurp or take any name or title of honour or dignity as esquire or gentleman, &c." The first of these commissions was issued in the twenty-first...
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Origines Genealogicae; Or, The Sources Whence English Genealogies May be ...

Stacey Grimaldi - 1828 - 342 pages
...descents, pedigrees, and marriages of all the nobility and gentry therein ; and also to reprove, controul, and make infamous by proclamation, all such as unlawfully and without just authority, usurped or took any name or title of honour or dignity. Commissions to the provincial Kings of Arms...
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The Patrician, Volume 1

John Burke, Bernard Burke - 1846
...devices, with the notes of the descents, pedigrees, and marriages of all the nobility and gentry therein ; and also to reprove, control, and make infamous by...all such as unlawfully and without just authority, usurped or took any name or title of honour or dignity." In these invaluable documents are set forth...
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Works of the Camden Society, Issue 43

1849 - 140 pages
...marriages of all the nobility and gentry therein throughout conteyned, but also to reprove, controwle, and make infamous by proclamation all such as unlawfully and without just authority, vocation, or due calling, doe or have done, or shall usurpe or take upon them any name or title of...
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The St. James's magazine and heraldic and historical register, ed. by J.B. Burke

sir John Bernard Burke - 1850
...descents, pedigrees, ainl marriaces of all the nobility and gentry therein ; and also to reprove, o'utrol, and make infamous by proclamation, all such as unlawfully and without just authority, usurped or took any name or title of honor or dignity." If these invaluable documents are set forth...
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The Publications of the Surtees Society, Volume 36

1859 - 391 pages
...devices, with the notes of the Descents, Pedigrees, and Marriages of all the Gentry therein contained, but also to reprove, control, and make infamous by Proclamation...all such as unlawfully and without just authority, vocation, or due calling do, or have done, or shall usurp or take upon him or them any name or title...
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