LINCOLN'S INN, The Honourable Society of.
LINCOLN'S INN, The Honourable Society of. Azure, seme of mill-rinds or, on a canton of the second, a lion rampant purpiire.
[Of no authority.]
Prior to 1703 the Society used the arms of Henry de Lacy, Earl of Lincoln, though as early as 1615 Sir George Buck wrote: "But Sir James Lea [Ley] told me there was lately a coat devised for this house viz. Azure, seme de fers de mouline or with a purple Lyon in a canton or" (Stow, " Annales," p. 974).
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