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Thomas Playters.

A crefcent, furmounted by a fleur de lys, the motto
illegible.

Thomas Playters.

A tree, on which fits a bird, pecking at the branches.
John Berney.

In an oval, a bear paffant, furrounded by a braid of twine.
Henry Wyndefor.

An animal.-Motto illegible.

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A fleur de lys, with two small flowers pendant, having
an annulet on the dexter fide.

Sir John Pafton, knight.

A fleur de lys in the centre, furrounded by nine other
fleurs de lys, each within a circle.

John de Vere, earl of Oxynford.

A dragon, or fome other fierce animal. The top and bottom ftrokes represent the thread which fastened the letter. Margery Brews.

A flower or fruit.

Elizabeth, duchefs of Suffolk, fifter of Edward IV.
A rofe, on an octangular feal.

RICHARD III.

Margaret, countess of Oxynford.

A buft, having the branch of a flower before it.
John Fenn.

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28 Vol. I.

The feal of the editor.

Argent on a fefs azure three escallop-fhells of the 1ft,Note 2. within a bordure engrailed of the 2d.

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