JAMAICA. Argent, on a cross gules five pines or. C^-est — On a log an alligator. Supporters — (Dexter) a female Indian wearing an apron of feathers, a single feather bound to her forehead, in her exterior hand a basket of fruit and flowers ; (sinister) an Indian warrior wearing an apron and crown of feathers, in his exterior hand a bow stringed. Motto — " Indus uterque serviet uni."
[Recorded in the College of Arms. Granted by Warrant, 3rd February
These arms, unlike other colonial arms, are always represented with a royal helmet and a mantling. See an article in the Genealogical Magazine, September and October 1899, pp. 200 and 241.
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