Plate 39.

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Plate 39.

Plate 39.

Plate 39.

  1. Demi Globe, or Northern Hemisphere thereon an Eagle wings expanded
  2. Globe Terrestrial in frame environed with a meridian
  3. Globe Terrestrial with stand environed with a meridian
  4. Armillary sphere
  5. A Terrestrial and Celestial Globe
  6. A Broken, or fractured Globe under a Rainbow with Clouds at each end all ppr. Crest of Hope. Rain- bow. Globe Fractured
  7. Two Ploughs
  8. Plough paddle 1. Harrow 2
  9. Three triangular Harrows conjoined in fesse point with a ring
  10. Scythe, or Sithe i. Coulter 2. Scythe blade 3
  11. Rake I. Flail 2. Shepherd's-crook 3
  12. Tillage-rake head 1 and 3. Thatchrake 2
  13. Mole-spade 1. Sickles, or Reaping-hooks interlaced 2. Dibble 3
  14. Dung-fork 1. Sickle with teeth, or Serrated 2. Pitch-fork 3
  15. Monogram T.W.N.E.
  16. Winnowing-basket, Shruttle, Scruttle, Fruttle, Fan, or Vane
  17. Basket with loaves, or a Basket full of Wastel cakes 1. Basket as in the arms of Littlebury 2. Basket as in the arms of Wolston 3
  18. Spade 1. Spade irons 2 and 3. Half-spade 4
  19. Hay-Fork, or Shake-Fork
  20. A Brass. Heaume, or Bascinet 1. Coif de mailles 2. Ailettes 3. Hawberk 4. Surcoat 5. Poleyns 6. Pryck spur 7. Chausses 8. Sir Roger de Trumpington, 1289 Trumpington, Camb.
  21. Scoop 1. Hay-hook, also termed a Horsepicker. 2.
  22. Pair of Scales 1. Steelyard, or Statera Romana 2
  23. On a Saltire, or interlaced by two Amphisbaenae az. langued gu. a rose of the last barbed and seeded ppr. Crest of Gwilt
  24. Two scaly Lizards erect on their hind feet combatant ppr. each gorged with a plain collar or, the collars chained together, a chain with a ring at the end pendent between the two lizards of the last
  25. Lamp inflamed, borne by Tanner 1. Antique Lamp as borne by the family of Leet 2. Lamp as in Berry's Heraldry 3
  26. Roman Lamp i. Hand, or Burning Lamp 2
  27. Taper Candlestick with Candle inflamed 1. Globular, or Ship's Lamp, also termed a Lantern 2. Taper Candlestick 3.
  28. Candlestick 1 and 3. Mortcours as in the armorial Bearings of the Wax-Chandlers Company 2
  29. Distillatory
  30. Still 1. Limbeck, or Alembeck 2
  31. Cyphers A.D. Reversed
  32. Flaming Brazier
  33. Fiery-Furnace
  34. Well with frame and handle
  35. Bucket, or Well-bucket, also termed a hooped bucket 1. Bucket 2
  36. Fire Bucket 1. Cup 2. Dish 3
  37. Tun, Barrel, or Cask 1, Bolt and Tun 2
  38. Tun erect inflamed 1. Altar inflamed 2
  39. Urn 1. Salts, Salt-cellar, or Sprinkling Salt 2
  40. Two examples of Turnpikes
  41. Turnpike 1. Gate 2
  42. Goog 1. Ullum 2. Punja 3
  43. Clock as borne by the Clock Makers' Company
  44. Sundial 1. Hour-glass, or sand-glass 2
  45. Hour-glass winged
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