Quartered: is the more correct term to be use when an escutcheon is divided the four or more squares for the reception of different coats of arms; the term quarterly being generally used when the quarters belong to the same coat of arms, though the phrase 'France' and 'England' quarterly is often found.
Compare impaling as distinguished from party per pale.
Quartered: 1 and 4; azure, a bend between six cross crosslets fitchée or, DRAYTON; 2 and 3, ermine, two bars gules, in chief a demi-lion issuant of the last--SEGRAVE.
Quartered first and fourth or; a lion rampant azure[being the ancient arms of the Duke of BRABANT and LOUVAIN]; second and third azure five fusils joined in fesse[for PERCY]--PERCY, Earl of Northumberland, temp. HEN. IV.