The British Imperial Calendar for the Year of Our Lord 18; Being the After Bissextile or Leap Year, and the Year of the Reign of His Present Majesty,

The British Imperial Calendar for the Year of Our Lord 18; Being the After Bissextile or Leap Year, and the Year of the Reign of His Present Majesty,

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1823 edition. Excerpt: ...from the beginning. 1 Grantham, 22 Huent te Deus esse jussit. What God commands you to be. e Sheffield, 54 Qui invidet, minor est. Hewho envies is the inferior. eCadogan, 14 uui pense. Who thinks. eHowlh, 50 Sut uti seit, ei bona. Honours arc beneficial to those who know how to enjoy them. 1 Berwick, 24 Suid verum atque decent. What is just and honourable, v Dun gannon, 58 Suo sursum volo videre. I am resolved to look upwards, e of Dunraven and Mount Earl, 55 /ala vocant. Whither fate may call me. 1 Thurlow, 26 Quod potui perfeci. I have done all I could do. v Melville, 18 Quondam his vicimusarmis. Formerly we conquered by these arms. 1 Dorchester, 25 Ready, ay ready. 1 Napier, 42 Recti et suaviter. Justly and mildly. 1 Scarsdale, 22 Renasccntur. Of high origin, v Avonmore, 59 Retinens vestigia /ama. Retracing the achievements of an honour-able ancestry. 1 Ribblesdale, 28 Revocate animos. Rouse your courage, e Kinnoul, 38 Ride through. 1 Belhaven, 43 Right can never die. 1 Norbury, 67; 1 Norwood, 67 St. Vincent. I Radstock, 67 Salus per Christum Redemptorem. Salvation through Christ inv Redeemer, e Moray, 37 Sans changer. Without changing, e Derby, 7 Sans Dieu rien. Nothing without God. 1 Petre, 20 Sans lasche. Without stain, v Gormanstown, 56 Sapereaude. Dare to be wise, e Macclesfield, 10 Secret et hardi. Secret and bold. 1 Dynevor, 23 Secundis dubiisque rectus. Finn in every fortune, v Duncan, 1$ Sed sine labe accus. Honour without a stain, e Eldon, 10; 1 Stowell, 32 Semperfidelis. Always faithful. eOnslow, 14 Semperparatus. Always ready. 1 Clifford of Chudleigb, 21 Semper eadem. Always the same. 1 Forester, 32 Sequor nee inferior. I follow, but am not inferior. 1 Crewe, 29 Serbsedserib. Late but...show more

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  • Paperback | 130 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 245g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236556526
  • 9781236556523