SYDNEY (New South Wales).
SYDNEY (New South Wales). Per fesse or and azure, a three-masted ship in full sail argent, on a chief between the arms of Townshend (viz., Azure, a chevron ermine between three escallops argent, and a crescent or for difference) and the arms of Hughes (viz., Gules a chevron between three lions rampant or, on a chief arched argent two roses of the field, a crescent or for difference), a pale argent charged with a cross gules, thereon a globe proper between two estoiles of the first in pale. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, an anchor erect ensigned by a mullet of six points gules and enfiied by a civic crown or. Sjtpporters — (Dexter) an aboriginal of Australia holding in the exterior hand a native spear, (sinister) a sailor of the eighteenth century armed with a cutlass and a brace of pistols in his belt, holding in his exterior hand a boat hook all proper. Motto—" I take but I surrender." Badge — A mullet of six points gules ensigned by a civic crown or.
[Arms and crest granted by Sir Alfred S. Scott-Gatty, C.V.O., Garter ;G. E. Cokayne, Clarenceux, and William H. Weldon, C.V.O. Norroy ; and supporters granted by Sir A. S. Scott-Gatty, Garter, by patents dated 30th July 1908. Patents printed in extenso, Government Gazette, No. 150, 30th December 1908. Badge granted, College of Arms, November 2, 1909.]
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