Plate 37.

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Plate 37.

Plate 37.

Plate 37.

  1. Beacon-fired
  2. Fire-Beacon, also termed Rack-pole beacon
  3. Fire-Chest
  4. Chamber-piece fired and a Cannon
  5. A musket. Cannon mounted in perspective
  6. A Culvering, or Culverin. Ship gun carriage with ordnance mounted
  7. A Gabion, and Scaling-ladder
  8. Chain Shot, and Chain-Shot as borne by Clifford
  9. Bar-Shot ; a pistol ; and Spar-Shot
  10. Ball fired in four places. Two Grenades, or Bomb-Shells ; and a Caltrap, also termed Cheval-Trap, or Galtrap
  11. Tilting Spear broken ; and Spear-head imbrued
  12. Battering-ram; and Mortar mounted
  13. Quiver filled with arrows. An arrow
  14. Pheon mounted on a staff and feathered, or a Pheon shafted and feathered, also termed an arrow Pheoned
  15. Pheon
  16. Pheon engrailed on the outer side
  17. Broad-arrow
  18. Two Archers, String, or Long-Bows bent, and a Bird bolt with three heads
  19. A Sheaf of arrows
  20. Five arrows, two and two paralled in saltire, and one in pale
  21. Five arrows banded
  22. Half-spear ; a spear ; a javelin'; and three Bird-bolts
  23. Arbaleste, or Cross-bow bent
  24. BovvT with arrow drawn to the head, or Long-bow fully bent
  25. Battle axes
  26. Lochabar-axes
  27. Pole-axe ; and Danish axe
  28. Broad axe, and Lochabar-axe
  29. Axe, or Hatchet
  30. Danish Hatchets
  31. Halbert and Demi-Halbert, or Curtal-axe
  32. Two Cronels of a Tilting spear
  33. Crampit, or Crampette, Boteroll, or Bauteroll
  34. Match-lock
  35. An Annulet ; and two annulets conjoined in fesse
  36. Three annulets conjoined, or interlaced, also termed Gimble-Rings
  37. Portcullis
  38. Balista, or Swepe
  39. Fetlock
  40. Three Fetlocks interlaced
  41. Annulet, staffed, or staved flort, or flory
  42. Shackle, or Link ; and a Gem-ring, also termed annulet stoned
  43. A Cross of thunder
  44. Thunderbolt, also termed Jupiter's thunderbolt
  45. Nail; a Horse shoe; and Passion-nail
  46. Three Horse-shoes interlaced
  47. Spur-rowel ; a Scotch spur ; Spur- rowel blemished ; and Mullet ; and Mullet pierced
  48. Spur, leathered
  49. Saddle
  50. Saddle with stirrups and leathers
  51. Pack-saddle
  52. Stirrup and leather
  53. Boss of a Bit, and a Snaffle bit
  54. Manage-Bit
  55. Hames
  56. Barnacles extended, and Barnacles closed
  57. A Curry-comb between Yokes. Two specimens of yokes, or ox-yokes
  58. Quintain
  59. Quintal
  60. Match kindled, i.e. fired
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