SARAWAK. This territory is only under British Protection.
The arms made use of were those granted to Rajah Sir James Brooke, K.CB. He died without issue and was succeeded as Rajah by his nephew, H.H. Rajah Sir Charles Johnson Brooke, G.C.M.G. (originally Johnson), who adopted the name of Brooke and the arms of his uncle. These arms are : " Or, a cross engrailed per cross indented azure and sable, in the first quarter an estoile of the second. Crest— On an Eastern crown a brock proper ducally gorged or. Motto—" Dum spiro spero." The Rajah flies a yellow forked flag, charged with a cross per pale sable and gules charged with a crown and with the red lateral arm of the cross extended saltirewise to each point of the fork.
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