Paul. 13. Seven lozenges conjoined, 3, 3, and 1 St. William. On a bend, a lion rampant Musters. 15. A chief, three chevronelles interlaced in base Fitz-Hugh. 16. On a saltire, a crescent Neville. 17. 18. A fess dancette Vavasour. Those on the south side, beginning at the west end, are as follows: A cross St. George. 2. A cross floré between five martlets Edward the Confessor. 3.

Beginning again at the south-west end of the nave the arms are: 17, 18. Five fusils in fess Old Percy. 19. Lion rampant Mowbray. 20. Lion rampant Percy. 21, 22. Blank shields. 23. Two bars, in chief, three roundels Wake. 24. A fess, in chief, three roundels Colville. 25. On a bend, three cross crosslets Manley. 26, 27. A bend Manley. 28. A fess dancette Vavasour. 29. Three chevronelles Clare. 30.

He says: "On the scutcheon we'll have a bend OR in the dexter base, a saltire MURREY in the fess, with a dog, couchant, for common charge, and under his foot a chain embattled, for slavery, with a chevron VERT in a chief engrailed, and three invected lines on a field AZURE, with the nombril points rampant on a dancette indented; crest, a runaway nigger, SABLE, with his bundle over his shoulder on a bar sinister; and a couple of gules for supporters, which is you and me; motto, MAGGIORE FRETTA, MINORE OTTO. Got it out of a book means the more haste the less speed."

He says: "On the scutcheon we'll have a bend OR in the dexter base, a saltire MURREY in the fess, with a dog, couchant, for common charge, and under his foot a chain embattled, for slavery, with a chevron VERT in a chief engrailed, and three invected lines on a field AZURE, with the nombril points rampant on a dancette indented; crest, a runaway nigger, SABLE, with his bundle over his shoulder on a bar sinister; and a couple of gules for supporters, which is you and me; motto, MAGGIORE FRETTA, MINORE OTTO. Got it out of a book means the more haste the less speed."

A fess dancette Vavasour. 2. A blank shield. #North Side.# 1. A fess between three cross crosslets Beauchamp. 2. Three escallopes Dacres. The stone carving of the retro-choir, as the earlier work cast of the transepts is generally called, was greatly injured by the fire.

Yet war and glory, my good friend, though well enough in their way, will not serve to tighten such a belt as clasps my waist." "How read you that coat which hangs over yonder galley, Alleyne?" asked Sir Nigel. "Argent, a bend vert between cotises dancette gules." "It is a northern coat. I have seen it in the train of the Percies.