STIRLING (Stirlingshire). The entry in Lyon Register is as follow : — " The Royall Burgh of Striveling bears. Azure, on a mound, or basement, a castle triple-towered without windows argent, masoned sable, the gate closed gules, surrounded with four oak-trees disposed in orle of the second, the interestices of the field being sem^e of stars of six rays of the last. All surrounded with this Inscription, Continet hoc in se Nemus et Castrum Strivelinse. (Signed) James Lorimer, Interim Lyon Clerk.
" Lyon Office, Edinburgh, 25th April 1849 — There was presented, of this date, a distinct Impression of the Common Seal of the Royal Burgh of Stirling, from which the above Arms have now been herein recorded."
Original Source bookofpublicarms00foxd_djvu.txt near line 24479.
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