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" He was fedulous to diverfify it with chofen colours\ and, what is worthy of particular remark, the ornaments he beftowed, were in time to produce the art of blazonry and the occupation of the herald. "
A View of Society in Europe in Its Progress from Rudeness to Refinement: Or ... - Page 50
by Gilbert Stuart - 1778 - 433 pages
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Annual Register, Volume 21

Edmund Burke - History - 1778
...the employment of his leifure to make it confpicuous. He was fedulous to diverfify it with t bofen colours ; and, what is worthy of particular remark,...colours were to be exchanged into reprefentations of acb of heroifm. Coats of arms were to be neceflary to diftinguifh from each other, warriours who were...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 45

Tobias George Smollett - English literature - 1778
...employment of his leifnre to make it confpicuous. He was fedulous to diverfify it with cboftn collars ; and, what is worthy of particular remark, the ornaments...colours were to be exchanged into reprefentations of afls of heroifm. Coats of anus were to be neceflary to diftinguifh from each other, warriors who were...
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A View of Nature: In Letters to a Traveller Among the Alps, Volume 5

Sir Richard Joseph Sulivan - Atheism - 1794
...memorable ; " and what is worthy of remark," says a learned writer, * " the ornaments he bestowed upon it, were in time to produce the art of blazonry, and the occupation of the herald. Coats of arms. were to be necessary to distinguish from each other warriors, who were completely cased...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 21

Edmund Burke - History - 1800
...was the employment of his leifure to make it confpicuous. He was fedulous to diverfify it with chnjen colours ; and, what is worthy of particular remark,...colours were to be exchanged into reprefentations of afts of heroifm. Coats of arms were to be neceffary to diftinguifh from each other warriours who were...
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Annual Register, Volume 21

History - 1800
...was the employment of his leifure to make it confpicuous. He was fedulous to diverfify it with chafen colours ; and, what is worthy of particular remark,...blazonry, and the occupation of the herald. — Thefe choftn colours were to be exchanged into reprefentations of ails of htroifm. Coats of arms were to...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1800
...diverfify it with cbon colours ; and, what is worthy of particular remark, the ornaments he. bcfbwed were in time to produce the art of blazonry, and the...colours were to be exchanged into reprefentations of ans of heroifm. Coats of arms were to be neceflary to diftinguiih from each other warriours who were...
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The British herald, or Cabinet of armorial bearings of the ..., Volume 1

Thomas Robson (engraver.) - 1830
...diversify it with chosen colours; and, what is worthy of particular remark, the oinaments he bestowed, were, in time, to produce the art of blazonry, and the occupation of the herald. These chosen colours were to be wrought into representations of acts of heroism. Coats of arms pourtrayed...
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The British Herald; Or, Cabinet of Armorial Bearings of the Nobility ...

Thomas Robson - Heraldry - 1830
...diversify it with chosen colours; and, what is worthy of particular remark, the oinaments he bestowed, were, in time, to produce the art of blazonry, and the occupation of the herald. These chosen colours were to be wrought into representations of acts of heroism. Coats of arms pourtrayed...
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Elven's Heraldry

John Peter Elven - 1838
...diversify it with chosen colours ; and what is worthy of particular remark, the ornaments he bestowed were, in time, to produce the art of blazonry, and the occupation of the herald." To this it may be replied, that though the first rude notion of distinctive colouring may be ascribed...
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View of Society in Europe

Gilbert Stuart - Philosophy - 1995 - 441 pages
...was the employment of his leifure to make it confpicuous. He was fedulous to diverfify it with cbofen colours ; and, what is worthy of particular remark,...of heroifm. Coats of arms were to be neceflary to diltinguifli from each other, warriors who were cafed Completely from head to foot [12]. Chriflianity...
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