PART II (I.) MOTTOES.(2.) KEY TO PLATES,(3.) DICTIONARY OF TERMS. AARABEAaron, Aarons, and Aaroons, a lady's arm from the elbow in pale ppr. 3Abadain or Abaudain, a savage wxeathed about the head and loins with laurel leaves, and holding over the shoulder a club, all ppr. Abbott, John, Esquire, of Braemar House, Lancaster Gate, Paddington, London, W., in front of two crosiers saltire- wise sa., a unicorn's head erased or. Abbott, John Theodore, surgeon, 5, Church Road, Tunbridge We Us, outof a ducal coronet a unicorn's head or,between two ostrich-feathers arg. 2Abbs, out of a ducal coronet or, aneagle's head with wings displayed arg.,collared of the first. 8Abbot, a cubit arm erect, vested and cufed erm., holding in the hand a crescent arg. 10Abbot, Devonsh., a griffin sejant az., platee, winged and beakeil or.
i Abercrombie of Fetternier, a cross cross- let fitched gu. - - - - - - sable Definitions of Heraldic terms will be found in the Dictionary of Terms. 7Abbefoid, Leics., on a chapeau ppr., a water-bouget sa. 2Abberbury, a hawk, wings expanded and inverted, resting its dexter claw on a mount ppr. 1 2Abeck or Habeck, out of a mural coronet a cubit arm, vested az., cuffed arg., holding in the hand a mullet surmounted with a lion's head erased erm., the whole debruised by a bendlet sinister wavy or.
R, of Wilton, Jliddle Brighton, Melbourne, Victoria, Aus- tralia, a fleur-de-lis az.