A short and easy introduction to heraldry In two parts. Part I. A concise Dictionary of all the most Useful Technical Terms in the Science of Heraldry, with twenty-eight Copperplates, containing above eight hundred and eighty Examples, elegantly engraved. Part II. The Use of Arms and Armory, with Rules of Blazon and Marshalling Coat Armours, a Description of Tournaments, Croisades, Tombs, and Monuments. The Method of Sketching and Blazoning Arms, in Practice among Heralds, Herald-Painters, and Engravers. Likewise Hatchments so familiarly explained, that on the first View may be known what Branch of the Family is deceased. The whole is collected from the best Authorities, upon a new and regular Plan. Also Anappendix, Containing the Privileges of the Gentry and Yeomen of England, with An Account of the Garter, Bath, Thistle, and all the different Orders of Europe. By Hugh Clark and Thomas Wormull

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Clark, Hugh
Other Authors: Wormull, Thomas
Format: eBook
Published: London printed for G. Kearsly, at No. 46, near Serjeant's Inn, Fleet-Street 1781, 1781
Edition:The fifth edition, with considerable improvements
Online Access:
Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:At foot of title page: The Price of this enlarged Edition is Three Shillings, all the former were Half a Crown. - Edition statement taken from head of titlepage. - English Short Title Catalog, T113275. - Reproduction of original from British Library
Physical Description:Online-Ressource ([4],188p.,28plates) 8°