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xiv INDEX.

Date.

Nepean 1 802

Nightingale 1628

Noel (late Middleton) 1781

Northcote 1 C41

Nugent, of Waddesdon 180G

, of Donore 1 831

Oakeley 1700

Oakes 1815

Ochterlony 1823

Oglander 16G5

Ogle 1816

O'Malley 1804

Onslow 1797

Orde 1790

Osbom 1 GCl -2

Otway 1831

Ouseley 1808

Owen, of Orielton 1 641

1813

Oxenden 1678

Page-Turner (late Turner) 1733

Palk 1 782

Palliser 1773

Palmer, of Wingham 1621

of Carlton 1660

(late Hudson) 1791

Parker, of London 1 681

, of Chaurand 1783

, of Harburn 1797

Pasley 1794

Paul.. 1821

Payne (now Payne-Gallwey) 1812

Peacocke 1802

Pechell (now Brooke-Pechell) 1797

Peel 1800

Pennyman = 1G63-4

Pepys (now Leslie) 1784

—, of Wimpole Street 1 801

Perring 1808

Pevton 177G

Ph'ilipps, of Picton 1828

Philips, of Weston 1828

Phillipps, of Middle Hill 1821

Phillips, of Picton 1G21

Pigot 17G4

Pigott 1808

Pocklington-Domvile 1815

Pocock 1 821

Pole, ofShute 1G28

, of Wolverton 1791

Pollen 1795

Poore 1795

Powell (now Kynaston) 1818

Prescott 1794



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Prevost 1805

Price, of Spring Grove 1804



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INDEX. XV

Date.

Price, of Treiggwainton 1815

, of Foxlev 1828

Prideaux .' 1622

Proctor (Beauchamp) 1744-5

Puleston , 1813

Radcliffe 1813

Rae 1804

Ramsav 1806

Ramsd'en , 1689

Rashleigh 1 831

Raymond (now Burrell) 177-4

Reade 1660-1

Reid 1823

Rich 1791

Ricketts 1828

Riddell 1778

Ridley (late White) v- » 1756

Rivers 1621

Roberts 1809

Robinson, of London 1660

, of Rokebv 1819

, of Batt's' House 1823

Rogers ... 1698-9

Rouse-Boughton (late Boughton) 1641

1791

Rowley, of Tendring HaU 1786

(Vice-Admiral) 1813

Rumbold 1779

Russell, of Swallowfield 1812

(Greenhill), of Checquers Court . » 1831

, of York Street 1832

Ryeroft 1784

St. Aubyn 1671

- John (now St. John-Mildmay) 1772

- Paul 1813

Salusbur)'^-Trelawney (late Trelawney) 1628

Salusbury, of Llanwern 1 795

Sandys (Bayntun) 1809

Saxton 1794

Scott-Douglas (late Douglas) 1786

Scott, of Great Barr ] 806

(late Sibbald) , 1806

(late Bateman) 1806

, of Abbotsford 1820

, of Lytchett Minster 1821

Scudaraore-Stanhope (late Stanhope) 1807

Sebright 1626

Seymour 1809

Shaw, of London 1665

and Kilmarnock 1809

, of Kilmarnock and Polmadie (second patent) 1813

, of Bushy Park 1821

Sheaffe 1813

Sheffield 1755 6

Shelley, of Maresfield 161 1

, of Castle Goring 1806

Shelley-Sidney 1818



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xvi INDEX.

Date. Page. PI.

Sheppard (Cotton) 1809

Shiffner 1818

Shuckburgh 1G60

Sibbald (now Scott) 1806

Sidney (Shelley) 1818

Simeon 1815

Sinclair 1786

Sitwell 1808

Skeffington 1786

Skipwith 1622

Slade 1831

Smijth 1661

Smith (now Bromley) 1757

, of Sydling, St. Nicholas 1774

(now Dodsworth) 1784

, of Hadley 1802

, of Tring Park 1804

, of Eardiston «, . . 1809

, of Pickering 1821

Smyth, of Upton 1665

, of Long Ashton 1763

(Carmichael) 1821

Smythe 1660rl

Soame (Duckworth- Heme) 1697

Stamer 1809

Stanhope (now Scudamore Stanhope) 1807

Stanley, of Alderley 1660

-, of Hooton 1661

Stapleton 1679

Steuart 1815

Stewart 1803

Stirling, of Mansfield 1792

, of Faskine 1800

Stonhouse \ , „«^

( 1670

Stracey 1818

Strachey 1801

Strickland 1641

Stronge 1803

Stuart 1660

Style 1627

Sullivan 1804

Sutton 1772

Swinburne 1 660

Sykes, of Basildon 1781

, of Sledmere 1783

Synge 1801

Talmash (late Manners) 1 793

Tancred 1662

Tapps 1 791

Taylor, of Hollycombe 1828

Temple 1612

Thomas, of Wenvoe Castle 1694

, of Yapton Place 1766

Thompson, of Southampton 1797

, of Hartsbourn 1806

Thorold 1642

Throckmorton 1642



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INDEX. xvii

Date,

Tichborne 1 G20

Tieniey 1818

(second patent) 1 834

Townshend (now Townshend-Farquhar) 1821

Trelawney (now Salusbury-Trelawney) 1628

Trevelvan 1601-2

Trollope 1641

Trotter 1821

Trowbridge 1799

Turner (now Page-Turner) , 1733

Turton 1796

T wisden 1 QGQ

Twysden 1611

Tyrell 1809

Vaxden-Bempde- Johnstone 1795

Vane (Fletcher) 1786

Vaughan 1791

Vavasour, of Spaldington 1801

, of Haslewood 1828

Verney (late Calvert) 1818

Vincent 1620

Vivian 1 828

Vyvyan 1644-5

Wake 1621

Wakeman 1828

Walker 1835

Waller 1815

Walsh 1804

Walsham (Garbett) 1831

Warrender 1715

Watson, of Fulmer 1760

(now Kav) 1803

Webb ; 1644

Webster 1 703

Wedderburn 1803

Welby 1801

Wentworth 1795

Whalley-Smvthe-Gardiner (late Whalley-Gardiner) . 1783

Wheler '. 1660

Whichcote 1660

White, of Tuxford 1802

(now Ridley) 1756

A^Tiitshed (Hawkins) 1834

Wigram (now Fitz-Wygram) 1805

Williams (now Williams-Bulkeley) 1661

(now Williams- Wynn) 1688

(late Haml^Ti) 1795

of Bodllewyddan 1798

(Griffies) of Llwyny- Wormwood 1815

Williamson 1642

Willoughby 1794

Wilmot, of Chaddesden ] 759

(now Wilmot-Horton) 1772

(Eardley) 1821

Wilson 1660-1

Winnington 1 755

Wiseman 1628



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xviii INDEX.

Date. Page. PI.

Wolff 1766

Wolseley 1628

Wombwell 1778

Wood, of Barnsley 1784

, of Gatton 1808

Wraxall 1813

Wrey 1628

Wright 1772

Wrottesley 1642

Wylie 1814

Wynn (Williams) 1688

Wyvill 1612

Varde-Buller (late BuUer) 1790

Yea 1 769

Young 1769

, of Formosa Place 1813

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MOTTOES



OF THE



BARONETS OF ENGLAND,



ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED; WITH TRANSLATIONS.



Advance with coivage. Maijoribanks.
jEqno adeste animo. Be ye ready with a

mind unruffled. Cope.
JEquo pede propem. Go forward in a steady

pace. East.
Agitatione purgatur. Cleansed by agitation.

Russell, of Middlesex.
Aides Dieu. Help, O God. Mill.
A la volontc de Dieu. At the will of God.

Strickland.
Alia ta Ham. St. John-Mildmay.
Amicitice viiiutisqne fxdus. The league of

friendship and virtue. Hippisley.
Animo, non astutia. By courage, not by

craft. Gordon.
Antiqimm redintegrare. To restore an ancient

family. Hepburn.
Ardua petit ardea. The Heron seeks high

places. Heron.
Anna tuentw pacem. Fowke.
Aspiro. I aspire. Ramsay.
Audacesfortiina jurat. Fortune favours the
brave. Burroughs, King, of Charles
Town, and King, of Corrard.
Auspice Christo. Under the guidance of

Christ. Davie.
Aujrilium ah alto. Aid from above. Martin,
Dillon, and Kellet.



Bernard-Morland .

He lives twice who lives



Bear andfwhear.

Bis vivit qui bene.

well. Becher.

Cedant arma toga. Let arms yield to the
gown. Reade.

Chase. Geary.

Christi crux est mea lux. Christ's cross is my
light. Northcote.

Clariores e tenebiis. More clear in darkness.
Puleston.

Ccelestia canimiis. We sing heavenly things.
Synge.

Concordant nomine facta. Our deeds and our
name agree. And over the crests. En grace
affie. Depend on grace. Grace.

Concordia res a-escunt. Concord giveth in-
crease. Bromhead.

Confido. I trust. Boyd.

Conquiesco. I am satisfied. Metcalfe.

Consilio et atiimis. By counsel and courage.
Maitland.

Constans fidei. Steady in my faith; or.
Steady to my trust. Ridley.

Constantia et Jidelitate. By constancy and
fidelity. Clarke, of Cresses Green House.

Contentement passe richesse. Content sur-
passes riches. Bowyer.

Orrda serata pando. I lay open the locked
heart (above the crest). Lockhart.

Cor nohyle cor immobi/le. Bold in daring,
fixed in purpose. Vivian.



Corona mea Christus. Christ is my crown.

Chetwode.
Courage. Cumming-Gordon.

Dante Deo. By the gift of God. Wolff.

Dat Deics incrementum. God giveth the in-
crease. Crofton.

De bon vouloir servir le roi. To serve the king
with good will. Grey.

Decrevi. I have determined. Nugent.

Dei memw, gratus amici^. Mindful of God,
grateful to friends. Antrobus.

Deo et principe. For God and my Prince.
Lamb.

Deo regique debeo. I owe it to God and the
King. Johnson.

Despicio terrena, Salem contemplor. I despise
earthly things, I contemplate the sun.
Bedingfeld.

Deus maj./r columna. God is the greatest
support. Henniker.

Deus mihi providebit. God will provide for
me. Goold.

Deus ijoscit corvos. God feeds the ravens.
Jones, Brydges, and Corbet.

Decant si je puis. Foremost if I can. Main-
waring.

Difficilia quae pulchra. Fair things are diffi-
cult of attainment. Elford.

D'lsciplind, fide, perseverantid. By discipline,
faith, and perseverance. Duckworth.

Do no yll, quoth Doyle. D'Oyly.

Dread shame. Leighton.

Ducit amor patricR. The love of my country
is my inducement. Philipps.

DulcLs ex aspe)is. Sweet out of bitter. Fer-
guson.
Dum spiro, spero. Whilst I breath, I hoj^e.
Dillon.

Ein do and spare not. Macgregor (over the

crest).
En Dieu est mon esperance. In God is my

hope. Gerard.
Erentus, non elatus. Exalted, not elated.

Beaumont.
Es^yez. Try. Dundas.
Jifse quam videri. To be, rather than to

seem. Croft, St. Paul, Crawley-Boevy,

and Croft, of Cowling Hall.
Esto semper fidelis. Be always faithful.

Yea.
Esto, Sol, testis. Be thou witness, O Sun.

Jones.
E'eti do, bait spair nocht. Murray-Macgre-

gor.
Exegi. I have finished it. Lees.
Extant recte fact is prcemia. Rewards spring

from good deeds. Coffin.

Facie tenus. Up to the mark. Wheler.



XX



MOTTOES.



Feret ad astro virtus. Virtue will bear you

to the skies. Kellet.
Festina leute. Onslow.
Fide et fiducia. By faith and confidence.

Harnage.
Fide et virtute. By fidelity and virtue.

Gooch.
Fidelitas vincet. Fidelity will prevail. Cot-
ton.
Fideliter. Faithfully. Cunliffe.
FidKs et audax. Faithful and brave. Slade.
Finis eoronat opus. The end crowns all.

Baker.
Firm (round the crest). Dalrymple.
Fi)}n to mi/ trust. Glyn, of Gaunts.
Firmum in vita nihil. Nothing in life is per-
manent. Bunbury.
Follow me. Campbell.
Fortes fortuna juvat. Fortune favours the

brave. Dickson.
Fortiter et fideliter. Strongly and faithfully.

Pennyman.
Fortiter et recte. Strongly and rightly, also

Per a)dua, in despite of difficulties. Ful-

ler-Eliott-Drake.
Fo^-titudine vineit. By fortitude he conquers.

Doyle.
Fortitudini. To fortitude. Hoste.
Fortund favente. By fortune's favour. Fal-

kiner.
Forward. Stewart, and Cockburn-Camp-

bell.
Furor arma ministrat. Rage furnishes arms.

Baynes.

Gang forward. Stirling.

Gardez hien. Guard well. Montgomery.

Gardez Vhonneur. Preserve your honour.
Hanmer.

Go thorough. Brenton.

Gradatim vincimus. We overcome by de-
grees. Curtis.

Go-atd manu. With grateful hand. Call.

Grata sume manu. Take with a thankful
hand. Winnington.

Gtvell angau na chi/wyld. Rather death
than shame. Mackworth.

H.(Bc maniis obpatriam. This hand for my

country. Shuckburgh.
Hie fructus virtutis. This is the fruit of

virtue. Waller.
Homo sum. I am a man. Homan.
Honestas optima politia. Honesty is the

best policy. Owen, of Orielton, {both

harts.)
Honest;/ is the best policy. Thomas, of Yap-
ton Place.
Hora et sempre. Now and always. Denys.
Hos gloria reddit honores. These honours

are' acquired by glory. Forbes-Drum-

mond.

11 tempo passa. Time passes. Boynton.
I mean well. Shaw, of Kilmarnock.
Imperio regit unus a'quo. One governs with

unbiassed sway. Gunning.
In caligine Ixvet. It shines in darkness.

Baillie (over the Crest).
In Canopo ut ad Cano])um. Louis.
In crucifira gh>ria mea. My glory is in the

cross. Knatchbull.
Industria. Diligence. Warrender and Fet-

tes.
Inebranlahlr. Unshaken. Acland of Co-

lumb-John, and Fullor-Palmer-Acland.
Initium sapientict est timor Domuti. The

fear of the Lord is the beginning of wis-
dom. Martin.
Innocentid sernrns. Secure in innocence.

Jackson, of Fork Hill.
In utramqiie paratus. Ready for either.

Muir-Mackenzie.
Invitum sequitur honos. Honour follows



against his will. Chichester of Green-
castle.

In veritate victoria. In truth is victory.
Abney-Hastings.

In well beware. Wombwell.

Jamais arriere. Never behind. Douglas.
J'aime a jamais. I love for ever. James.
Je me fie en Dieu. I trust in God. Blois.
Je srds prest. I am ready. Fraser.
Je veux le droit. I will have the right.

Duckett.
Juste et droit. Just and right. Whichcote.

Kynd kynn knawne kepe. Keep your own
kin kind. Lyster-Kaye.

La bondad para la medra. Goodness pro-
duces success. Barrett-Lennard.

Labora xit in CBternum vivas. Labour that
you may live for ever. Apreece.

Lahore et scientia. By labour and science.
Wylie.

Lamh foisdineach an vachtar. What we
gain by conquest, we secure by clemency.
Sullivan.

Lauro scutoque resurgo. I rise again by the
laurel and shield. Lorraine.

La vie durante. During life. Cornewall.

Le bon temps vietidra. The good time will
come. Wrey and Farrington.

Libertas. Liberty. Birch.

Lock sicker. Be sure. Douglas, of Carr.

Loyal a mort. Loyal to death. Laforey and
Chatterton.

Lucem spero. I hope for light. Kemp.

Luxtiia, via mea. Thy light is my path.
Blount; Blunt.

Ma force d'en haut. My strength is from

above. Malet.
Maintien le droit. Support the right.

Brydges.
Malgn^ le toi-t. In spite of wrong. Hoghton.
Malo mori qudm fijedari. Death rather than

disgrace. Jackson, of Fork HUl, and

Harty, of Dublin.
Marte et arte. By war and art. Jones, of

Cranmer Hall.
Marte et ingenio. By war and wit. Smith,

of Tring Park.
Martis, non Ciipidinis. Of Mars, not of Cu-
pid. Fletcher.
Maya. Cameron.

Mediocridfirma. Firm in mediocrity. Bacon.
Meliorafide qudm fortuna. Faith preferable

to fortune. Gresley.
Mens cujusque is est quisque. Every man has

his opinion. Pepys.
Mens sibi conscia recti. His mind conscious

of right. Wright.
Mente manuque. With heart and hand.

Farquhar, and Townshend-Farquhar.
Moneo et manio. I admonish and support.

Dalrymple-Horn-Elphinstonc.
Moribus antiquis. With ancient manners.

Throckmorton.
Mors Christi, mors mortis mihi. Christ's

death is to me the death of Death. Boothby.
Mors lupi agnis vita. The death of the v/olf

is the life of the lamb. Ouseley.

Nee parvis sL^to. Trifles deter me not. De

Bathe.
A'''c' qacerei'c, nee spernere honorem. Neither

to seek nor despise honours. Boughey-

Fletcher.
Nee sinit esseferos. Nor suffers them to be

cruel. Langham.
Nee temere, nee timide. Neither rashly nor

fearfully. Simeon. Wakeman.
Nil conscire sibi. Conscious of no guilt.

Carevv.



MOTTOES.



XXI



Nil desperandum. Nothing is to be despaired

of. Walker.
Nil magnum nisi bomim. Nothing is great

unless it be good. Cooper.
Nil temere, neque timore. Nothing either

rashly, or timidly. Bemey.
Nodofinno. In a firm knot. Harington.
Non dormit qui custodit. He sleeps not who

keeps watch. Coghill.
Non morifur cujus fama vivit. He is not dead,

whose fame lives. Congreve.
Non rapui sed recepi. I stole not but re-
ceived it. Cotterell.
Non sibi, sed patrioi natus. Born not for

himself, but for his country. Jodrell.
Non temere. Not rashly. Forbes.
Non tua te moveant, sed publica vota. Let not

your own, but the public wishes actuate

you. AUeyne;
Non vox, sed votum. Not the voice, but the

vow. Nagle.
Nos nostraqae Deo. Us and ours to God.

Rogers.
Nous travaillerons en Vesph-ance. We will

labour in hope. Blackett.
Nunc aut nunquam. Now or never. Hamp-

son.
Nunquam nisi honorificetitissime. Never, if

not honourably. Freeling.

Omne bfmum Dei dnnum. All good is the

gift of God. Boughton.
Omne bonum desuper. All good is from

above. Honywood.
Omnium reruni vicissitudo. All things are

subject to change. Ford.
On things transitoi-y resteth no glory. Isham.

Palma virtuti. The palm to virtue. Palmer.
Paratus et fidelis. Prepared and faithful.

Hamond.
Paratus sum. I am prepared. Campbell, of

Barcaldine.
Paritur pajc bello. Peace is obtained through

war. Blane.
Par sit fortuna laboris. May the fortune be

equal to the labour. Palmer.
Paterni nominis ptatrinumium. The patrimo-
ny of a paternal name. Oakeley.
Patior, pfjtior. I suffer, I obtain. Peyton, of

Doddington.
Pax alma redit. Sweet peace returns. Dom-

ville, of St. Alban's.
Put, copia, sapientia. Peace, plenty, wis-
dom, all relating to the crest ; as peace to

the olive branches, plenty to the vine, and

wisdom to the serpent. Fleming.
Pensez fort. Think much. Bromley.
Per ardua. Through difficulties. Fuller-

Eliott-Drake ; Curtis, of Gatcombe.
Per crucem ad stellas. By the cross, to

heaven. Legard.
Per ignem et gladium. By fire and sword

(round the crest). Welby.
Periissem, ni periissem. My fame would

have been lost, had I not died. Anstru-

ther.
Per mare, per teiras. By sea and by land.

Macdonald.
Perseverando. In persevering. Flower.
Persevere. Neale. Oakes.
Persevere. Round the crest. Congreve.
Per vias rectos. By right ways. Blackwood.
Pollet virtus. Virtue exalts. Pole, of Shute,

and Pole, of Wolverton.
Preevisa mala pereunt. Foreseen misfortunes

die away. Twisden.
Prend mrn tel quejesuis. Take me as I am.

Ricketts.
Press through. Young, of Marlow.
Pretiosum quod utile. That is precious which

is useful. Affleck,
Pristinum spero lumen, I hope for ancient

lustre. Preston.



For God and one's country.
Probity is true honour.



Proaris etfocis.

Hazlerigg.
Probitas verus lu/nos.

Lacon.
PriMtatem qudm divitias. Probity rather

than riches. Clayton, of Adlington.
Pro Deo, et Ecclesia. For God and the

Church. Bisshopp.
Pro Deo, patria, rege. For God, my country,

and king ; and over the crest, ' ' a Jamais."

James,
Pnxiesse civibus. To be of advantage to my

fellow citizens. Beckett.
Pro legibus ac regibus. For kings and laws.

Wilson.
Pro magna chartd. For the great charter.

Stapleton.
Pro patria non timidus perire. Not afraid to

die for my country. Mostyn-Champneys.
Pro rege. For the king, Burnaby.
Pro rege et patria. For king and country.

Ainslie. Smith, of Pickering.
Pro rege et patria pugnans. Ready to fight

for my king and country. Pasley.
Pro rege et restmblica. For king and com-
monwealth. Paul.
Prudentid et animo. By prudence and cou-
rage. Ochterlony.
Pugna pro patria. Fight for your country.

I'ichborne.

Quantum in rebtis inane. What inanity in

human affairs. Osborn.
Qui capit, capitur. He who takes, is taken.

Smyth, of Long Ashton.
Qui sera, sera. What will be, will be ; and

Pnnvipiis obsta, Oppose evils in their com-
mencement. Folkes.
Quod Dens vidt, fiet. What God wills, be

done. Chetwynd.
Quod divi, diji. What I have said, I have

said, Dixie.
Quod honestum, utile. What is honest, is

useful. Lawson.
Quod vult, valde vult. What he wishes, he

wishes fervently. Mansel.
Quo fata vacant. Wherever fate calls me.

Shelley.
Quo honestior, eo tutior. The more honest,

the more safe. Guise.

Reason contents me. Graham, of Esk ; Gra-
ham, of Netherby.
Recte faciendo securus. Safe in doing right.

Inglis.
Regardez mon droit. Consider my right.

Middleton.
Regi iMtriceque fidelis. Faithful to king and

country. Scott, of Great Barr.
Regi semper fidelis. Always loyal to the king.

Smythe, of Eshe.
Rien sans Dieii. Nothing without God.

Kerrison,
Robori pintdentia prcestat. Prudence excels

strength. Young.

ScBvumque tridentum servamus. Let us keep

the mighty trident. Broke.
Sans changer. Without changing. Mus-

grave, and Stanley, of Alderly.
Sans crainte. Without fear. Tyrell.
Scrioghal mo dhream. M'Grigor, of Camden

Hill.
Scutodivino. Under the divine protection.

Kay.
Scutofidei. By the shield of faith. Morris.
Secus rivos aquarum. By rivers of waters.

Rivers.
Se>nel et semper. Once and always. Swin-
burne.
Semper fidelis. Always faithful. Smith, of

Sydling,
Semper paratus. Always ready. Knowles,

and Constable.



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MOTTOES.



Sempe)' paratus pngnare pro patrid. Always

prepared to fight for one's country. Lock-
hart.
Seqidtando sigiunge. By pursuing we become

united. Lambert.
Sernimn cmisotia facta. Deeds consonant to

words ; and Virtus pntiimanio ttobiUm:

Virtue is the noblest inheritance. Salus-

bury-Trelawney.
Servajifgiim. Preserve the yoke. Dalrym-

ple-Hay.
Servnre miinia vitw. To observe the duties of

life. Oglander.
Servata Jules cineri. The promise made to

my ancestor is now kept. Vemey.
Sen-viendo. Simeon.
S^t• fidem teneo. Thus I keep my faith.

Molesworth.
Sic nos, sic sacm tuemur. Thus we our

sacred rights defend. M'Mahon, and

M'Mahon, of Dublin.
Si je puis. If I can. Colquhoun.
Si sit prudentia. If there be prudence.

Johnson-Eden.
Sda b(ma qiiee honesta. Honest possessions

alone are good. Colebroke.
Sola nobilitns virtus. Virtue is the only no-
bility. Hamilton.
Solemfero, I bear the sun. Aubrey.
Sortesud. contentus. Content with his lot.

Hartwell.
Spe lah(r)- levis. Hope lightens labour. Och-

terlony.
Spes decius et robur. Hope is honour and

strengt,h. Smith, of Hadley.
Spes etjides. Hope and faith. Chamberlain.
Spes mea in Deo. My hope is in God. Leth-

bridge.
Spes vitae meliwis. The hope of a better life.

Hobhouse.
Spe vires augentur. Strength is increased by

hope. Scott (heretofore Bateman).
Study quiet. Head.
Sub libertate quietem. Rest under liberty.

Burrell. Garbett-Walsham.
Sub spe. Under hope. Dunbar.
Sustineatur. Let him be supported, Cullum.



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