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Usage guidelines Google is proud to partner with libraries to digitize public domain materials and make them widely accessible. His three Urgt pictures of the battle of Trafalgar (now at Hampton Court Palace), painted for tha late King, evince a thorough knowledge of nautical aifairs, especially the tempest after the engagement.
Public domain books belong to the public and we are merely their custodians. Vegeno Us f nata est Ser*« Dn& Bona Sftntia, Regina Polonie, ete. of Poland, CJuly, of time are those which relate to the children of Sigismond I. Die martis, hora quarta noctis statim pulaata, 18 Januarii, 1519, Cracovie nata est IU» p*na Ysabella Casimiriensis, ut felicissimis auspiciis, et Tehementissiine desideratis. His portraits of ships, to which he was principally confined* were excellent, and the scenery displayed many a sunny spot of beautiful colouring, particularly in his delineations of Chineae landscape.
Gules, a mu Uitm deootissime; prefixed to which is ram passant argent, homed or, which the third miniature, of richer execu- is borne by the Franconian families of tion even than the preceding ones, re- Vogt von Rienech and Tottenheim,* S resenting the Virgin, with the infant and may probably lead to the discovery esus in her arms, standing on a ores- of the donor. Vide Oxford University Verses, printed 1643." The verses of the Welshman, which conclude the epitaph, are a specimen of the labourea conceits so prevalent among the poetasters of the time of Charles the First. Aged 27, Richard Charles, 2nd son of the late John Young, esq.
After the address follows cent, in a graceful yet commanding the third miniature, which is intended attitude, and surrounded by a halo, as a frontispiece to the collection of regarding with benignity the monarch prayers and litany. Clarendon^s quaint diction is faithfully copied on the tablet; and (as I have before observed) the exact similarity, in every particu* * Sir Bevil Granville was killed by a blow from a pole •axe, while on horseback, laading the Pikes up Lapsdowa Hill in the Uiick of die onset.
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About Google Book Search Google's mission is to organize the world's information and to make it universally accessible and useful. No nation can boast a nobler descent than ours, or one whose annals are adorned by brighter examples of public and private virtue ; but the first step in our remembrance of our forefathers' deeds should be that of piously and gratefully preserving them from the casualties of time, the chances of neglect, and the injuries inflicted on them by the ignorant or the designing, — by stupidity, neglecting what it cannot understand, — or by artful and malicious cunning, which has too often destroyed for the purpose of concealing its frauds, and obliterated that which would have detected its wilful misinterpretations or indolent mis- takes. [July, real French perfection of theatric performances must be as strong. of the embassy ; " we venture to think Tejir njore interesting to an English audience than the heronie of an old Greek fable can be to Parisians/' ** There is the triumph of l^^-ench geniu5^," said P. ehe fh di Sdbbato dell' anno 15[55l et aniv6 in Ban, nel porto, al U • . The last two entries of births are m the handwriting of Queen Bona, by whom also a long note has been written on fol. As, however, the re- cumstance of a piece of gold dropping on moval of error is a measure not only the floor when the wife of the proprietor necessary, but oflen auxiliary, to the was making a bed which had been placed introduction of truth, I would request iipon it. Adjoin- ing to the castle was another walled inclosure called the Newarke (new- work), the principal feature within which was a magnificent collegiate church, the burial place of the house of Lancaster.
But one long piece, fixed and running along the top of the same, must either have been taken from the altar, or from Sir Bevi Fs house at Stowe. has decidedly adopted, that the anns of a member of the house of the Dukes of Normandy and Kings of England ought to have resembled their coat in those particulars ; that is, that the field ought to have been azure in- stead of gules, and the lions passant instead of rampant.
It is of oak, and forms one of the most exauisitel/ bold and raised pieces of carving thi^ I have ever seen. It happens that P^re Anselme, in his great work, has placed at the head of his article on Geoffrey the usual coat of the Dukes of Normandy, Oules, two lions or; and "Mr, Planche seems inclined to pre- fer this accidental oversight to that learned authors deliberate judgment upon the monument at Mans which has been already quoted. Planche s essay which I regard as very just, and as being more to tlie purpose — I mean the purpose of forming correct notions in heraldic an- tiqtuties, than all the rest of his paper.
There were six cofiins in it, all of the Granville family, and Sir Bevi Fs among them. At his marriage, it is recorded by a chronicler named Jean de Mannoustier, he wore shoes and a shield similarly ornamented was hung about his neck. " Gerrald." Ceroid de Roumare, and his brother Edward of Salisbury, the Domesday sheriff of Wiltshire, are tafipoied ivith great probability to have been brothers of "Ralph, the founder of the abbey of Bochervillet and ancestor of the Tancarvilleif chamberlains of Normandy."* Cer- tainly, they were not members of the family of the Comtes d'Evreux. '" William de Meschin, Count de Rosmar," son of Ceroid ; and " William Count de Rosmar" his son. But I need only refer to the History of La* cock Abbey, and to my descent of the family of Komara, Earb of Lincoln, in the Topographer and Genealogist, to prove tnat they have already received an unusual share of "critical exami* nation." o.
The cause of its being opened was that the church had sunk in that part, and it was supposed to arise from some defect in the vault beneath. Arundell tella me he has heard the farm was supposed to be built on a part of the old stables. 41 wty- of ta Ddoffy if she* htd piety to defend his j^erogati Ta and liettrd te D about the firmer there, saci^ perton. Urban, of jour readers as m an o Jd room of the farm, and among respect a firm and lofty determination, mtpmpt T9 aooie time with great interest, as giving from other localities specimens of tiles which oncf exbted in great variety in the line old cruciform church of this place. have been adopted earlier, as that of La Maison de Flandre, par Olivier Cleves, which was an escarbonde over an de Wree, 1642, i. Again, the same author describes him when engaged in combat, as Pictos leones prefbrens in clypeo : Verb leonibus nulla erat inferior fortitttdo. Planche does not accord the like latitude to primeval heraldry, when he requires the lions to be placed on a red instead of a blue ground ; or when he objects (p. 35), the histoi-y of " the D'Evereux family of Normandy" as being " but little known ;** and, in p. Robert, " from whom are de* scended the viscounts of Hereford, and the Devereux earls of Essex;" is placed as third son of the imajjinary " AValter count de Rosmar." This also is siheer fiction: there is no evidence whatever that those eai'ls and viscounts could truly claim descent from the an- cient Comtes d'Evreux. of the Kent-road, late of the Ordnance Office, Tower.
Nevertheless, this work is expensive, so in order to keep providing tliis resource, we liave taken steps to prevent abuse by commercial parties, including placing technical restrictions on automated querying. This entry refers to the period when Queen Bona retired from Ireland to her duchy of Bari, where she remained until her death, which took place in less than three rears afterwaras. Qoam fiita Idie^ serv St, dam flavii ia freta current, oonvexa polut dam sidera pascet. hora quinta noctis Ser^ doa Bona Sfortia Re- gina Polo Dite e vita discesist, in castro Ban, ubi stetit usque diem quartii mesis Octobris anni sequentis 1558, et ipso die sepulta fuit .... A great deal of curious informa- tion relative to Bona, the benefits conferred by her on the city of Bari, etc. Die prime Aug** 1520, Craco Tie, prope diem albescente, pulsata statim septima hora noctis precedentis, natus est 111"*"* Princeps D'n's Sigismmidus modemus, fa torus Rex et heres, cui sidera faveant nestorea etatem, imperiu felicissimu et optabile. hora 4* noctis subsequetis pulsata, Cracov* nata est 111"* D'oa Sophia, sub felici et auspicatissimo sidere, qua rerum oium conditor diu serret et felicitet ad nestoreos et optatos anos.