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Arms of French Cities: by département****
... (Charente): Or an escutcheon azure. Cognac (Charente): Argent on a horse sable harnessed or a man proper vested azure with a cloak gules holding a mace, on a chief France modern. Confolens (Charente): Or on a river azure a bridge with three towers argent, above the towers the letters C F L sable. Jarnac ...
http://www.heraldica.org/topics/france/frcitdep.htm 03/17/09, 121319 bytes
Arms of French Cities: alphabetical***
... protection and favor of the Popes. Cognac (Charente): Argent on a horse sable harnessed or a man proper vested azure with a cloak gules holding a mace, on a chief France modern. Colmar (Haut-Rhin): per pale gules and vert a mace per bend sinister or. Three maces, probably a canting device ("Kolben" ...
http://www.heraldica.org/topics/france/frcitalp.htm 03/17/09, 123842 bytes
Prince Ernest of Hanover v. Attorney General (1955-1957)**
... the clear words of the enacting part of the [444] statute. [Reference was made to Maxwell on Interpretation of Statutes, 10th ed., p. 46, and to Mace v. Cadell [(1774) 1 Cowp. 232.]. The plain language of the Act shows that the intention of Parliament was that all descendants, other than Roman Catholics ...
http://www.heraldica.org/topics/britain/Hanover_case.htm 03/17/09, 230201 bytes
Armory of the pre-1789 French Peerage *
... Albert de Gondy (d. 1602). Ext. 1634. (the last duke resigned in 1634 in favor of his son-in-law for whom the title was confirmed/recreated.) Or two maces or clubs per saltire sable, bound gules  d'or à deux masses d'armes de sable passées en sautoir, liées de gueules.   * Rethel (1581, D F): for Louis ...
http://www.heraldica.org/topics/france/peerage2.htm 03/17/09, 134363 bytes
Great Officers of the Crown*
... term Garde des Sceaux is still the official title of the Minister of Justice in the French Republic. Behind the shield, two silver and gilded maces are placed in saltire, and the achievement is surmounted by a magistrate's hat or mortier. Guillaume de Lamoignon  was appointed Chancellor in 1750. The ...
http://www.heraldica.org/topics/france/officiers.htm 03/17/09, 30807 bytes

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