LISKEARD (Cornwall). Has no armorial bearings. The seal represents a fleur-de-lis, and perched thereupon, respecting each other, are two birds (Burke gives "beds," a palpable printer's blunder), in chief two annulets, and in the flanks two feathers. The legend is differently quoted, and I have been unable to obtain an actual impression of the seal.
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