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16 Results for Heraldry

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Account of New England congregations, &c.

  • NLW MS 6710B
  • File
  • [17 cent.]

A volume containing a manuscript, possibly holograph, of a critical account of some congregations in Massachusetts, written in about 1649 by the Rev. Richard Sadler, then of Whixall, parish of Prees, Shropshire (pp. 3-32); together with a short tr...

Sadler, Richard, 1619?-1675

An alphabet of arms,

  • NLW MS 10611D
  • File
  • [1648x1699] /

An alphabet of arms written about 1650, probably by Sylvanus Morgan, with additions by Peter Le Neve, Norroy.

Morgan, Sylvanus, 1620-1693

Arms of baronets

An eighteenth century manuscript containing the arms, coloured by hand, of five hundred baronets created 1611-1720.

Burlton Hall pedigree book,

  • NLW MS 23471E.
  • File
  • mid 17 cent.-1874 /

A volume compiled, c. 1846-1874, by Robert Chambre Vaughan, Burlton Hall, co. Salop [see DWB under Wynn (aft. Nanney, etc.) family of Maesyneuadd, Llandecwyn], containing pedigrees of families from whom he claimed descent, mostly Welsh or co. Salo...

Vaughan, Robert Chambre, 1796-1876

Collection of mottoes.

  • NLW Film 1057
  • File
  • 1998

A copy of part of the Folgar Shakespeare Library MS VB202 (MS De Ricci, Addenda 4624), comprising a book of mottoes, c.1600.


An interleaved copy, with a manuscript index and notes, of John Davies: A Display of Herauldry ... (Shrewsbury, 1716).


Illustrated transcripts of a treatise and notes on heraldry. The volume bears the name of Miss Jane Goldwyer, 25 March, 1819. Inset are a poem describing the equipage of knights riding in procession to a joust, and a stanza by Bishop [Benjamin] Ho...

Jane Goldwyer.

Letters, &c.,

Miscellaneous letters, etc.:- [ ] to R. Bateman, Trevraner, 1702 (the composition of affairs and minds of all parties) (draft); J. Barlow, Pemboke, to Lord [ ], 1714 (Pembroke election); Jno. Laugharne, Pontvane, to the mayor, aldermen, and common...

Llyfr Achau Sion Griffith Cae Cyriog

A volume of pedigree collections, mainly of North Wales families, compiled by John Griffith of Cae Cyriog in the parish of Ruabon. The compiler, who starts with his own lineage, describes his work as 'llyfr hanesion Achau ac Arfau amryw wyr b...

Llyfr du Pantlliwydd,

An imperfect quarto manuscript inscribed in gilt on the spine 'Llyfr Du Pantlliwydd'. The name 'Llyfr Du Pantlliwydd' is probably derived from the colour of the previous binding (see binding note) and from the fact that sometim...

Anthony Powel and 'Iolo Morganwg' and others.


Miscellaneous papers in the hand of Edward Williams ('Iolo Morganwg') bound together in one volume. The contents include pp. 11- 36, a draft version of the essay 'A short review of the present state of Welsh MSS.' which appeare...

'Iolo Morganwg'.

The Blazon of Episcopy

A copy of W. K. R. Bedford: The Blazon of Episcopy (London, 1858), with manuscript corrections and additions by the author and a supplement to the work by John Woodward.

The Boke of Saint Albans ... (facsimile)

  • NLW MS 7992D
  • File
  • [1881] x [1904]

A copy of The Boke of Saint Albans by Dame Juliana Berners containing Treatises on Hawking, Hunting, and Cote Armour: printed at Saint Albans by the Schoolmaster-Printer in 1486 reproduced in facsimile with an introduction by William Blades ... (L...

Thomas Chaloner's Book

  • NLW MS 7853D
  • File
  • 1592-[early 17 cent.]

'A booke of sundrye and divers noats of evidences, of tymes, and wyttnesses of Cheshire, Lancashire, Wales, etc., collectede and written by Thomas Chaloner', 1592. The first section of the book consists of abstracts, made in 1592-3, for ...

Chaloner, Thomas, d. 1598