mullets (2)

mullets (2)
Fiennes-Pelham-Clinton, Henry Pelham, 4th Duke of Newcastle-under-Lyme (1785 - 1851) (Stamp 3)
Dimensions:
Arms Quarterly 1 & 4. Argent six cross crosslets fitchy three, two and one on a chief azure two mullets pierced (Clinton) 2 & 3. Quarterly I & IV. Azure three pelicans in their piety (Pelham) II & III. Gules two broken sword belts in pale (Pelham augmentation of honour) Supporters Two greyhounds collared and lined Crests 1. Out of a ducal coronet a panache of ostrich feathers 2. A peacock Motto LOYALTE N'A HONTE
Heraldic Charges: 
belts (2)chief, on acoronet, ducal, out of across crosslets (6)feathers, ostrich (5)mullets (2)peacockpelicans (3)
Drury, Henry Joseph Thomas (1778 - 1841) (Stamp 1)
Dimensions:
Arms On a chief vert two mullets pierced (Drury) impaling Gules crusilly three boars heads couped (Taylor[Swinburne?]) Crest A greyhound courant Motto NON SINE CAUSA
Heraldic Charges: 
bears heads (3)chief, on agreyhoundmullets (2)
Douglas-Pennant, George Sholto Gordon, 2nd Baron Penrhyn (1836 - 1907) (Stamp 1)
Dimensions:
Arms Quarterly 1 & 4 per bend sinister ermine and ermines, a lion rampant or, a canton sable (Pennant) 2&3 quarterly 1 & 4 argent a human heart ensigned with a crown or, on a chief azure three mullets 2 & 3 argent three piles gules and in chief two mullets (Douglas) Crests 1. Out of a ducal coronet an antelope’s head argent (Pennant); 2. A boar behind an oak tree, above the motto: LOCK SICKER (Douglas) Coronet of a Baron Supporters Two antelopes collared and chained, the dexter having suspended from its collar an escutcheon charged with a man’s head couped affronty Motto ÆQUO...
Heraldic Charges: 
antelope's headboarcantonchief, on acoronet, ducal, out of aheartlion rampantmullets (2)mullets (3)per bendpiles (3)tree (oak)
Douglas, James, 14th Earl of Morton (1703 - 1768) (Stamp 1)
Dimensions:
Arms Quarterly 1 & 4. A heart ensigned with an imperial crown on a chief azure three mullets (Douglas) 2 & 3. Three piles issuing from a chief gules charged with two mullets (Douglas of Lochleven) Coronet of an Earl
Heraldic Charges: 
chief, on acrown, imperialheartmullets (2)mullets (3)piles (3)
Douglas, George, 16th Earl of Morton (1761 - 1827) (Stamp 2)
Dimensions:
Arms Quarterly 1 & 4. Argent a heart ensigned with an imperial crown on a chief azure three mullets argent (Douglas) 2 & 3. Argent three piles issuant from a chief gules charged with two mullets argent (Douglas of Dalkeith and Lochleven) Coronet of an Earl
Heraldic Charges: 
chief, on acrown, imperialheartmullets (2)mullets (3)piles (3)
Douglas, George, 16th Earl of Morton (1761 - 1827) (Stamp 1)
Dimensions:
Arms Quarterly 1 & 4. Argent a heart ensigned with an imperial crown on a chief azure three mullets argent (Douglas) 2 & 3. Argent three piles issuant from a chief gules charged with two mullets argent (Douglas of Dalkeith and Lochleven) Coronet of an Earl
Heraldic Charges: 
chief, on acrown, imperialheartmullets (2)mullets (3)piles (3)
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Arms Gules a chevron cotised azure in base on a chief gules a crescent or between two mullets Crest A demi-lion rampant holding a dagger in bend Helmet of an Esquire Legend ROI NE SUIS / NE COMTE AUSSI / NE PRINCE / NE DUC / JE SUIS LE SIRE DE SOUCY Motto VALOR VIRTUS FIDES
Heraldic Charges: 
chevron cotisedchief, on acrescentdaggerlion, demi-mullets (2)
Clinton, Henry Fiennes, 2nd Duke of Newcastle (1720 - 1794) (Stamp 4)
Dimensions:
Arms Quarterly of six 1. Six cross crosslets fitchy three, two and one, on a chief two mullets (Clinton) 2. A fess in dexter chief a mullet (Odingsells) 3. Three eagles displayed (De Limsey) 4. Quarterly (Say) 5. A cross within a bordure (Eudo) 6. Per pale an escarbuncle (De Lylle) on an escutcheon of pretence Quarterly 1 &4. Three pelicans in their piety (Pelham) 2 & 3. Two broken belts in pale (Pelham, coat of augmentation) Coronet of a Duke Order The Garter
Heraldic Charges: 
belts (2)chief, on across crosslets (6)cross withineagles displayed (3)escarbunclefessmulletmullets (2)pelicans (3)
Clinton, Henry Fiennes, 2nd Duke of Newcastle (1720 - 1794) (Stamp 3)
Dimensions:
Arms Quarterly of six 1. Six cross crosslets fitchy three, two and one, on a chief two mullets (Clinton) 2. A fess in dexter chief a mullet (Odingsells) 3. Three eagles displayed (De Limsey) 4. Quarterly (Say) 5. A cross within a bordure (Eudo) 6. Per pale an escarbuncle (De Lylle) on an escutcheon of pretence Quarterly 1 &4. Three pelicans in their piety (Pelham) 2 & 3. Two broken belts in pale (Pelham, coat of augmentation) Coronet of a Duke Order The Garter
Heraldic Charges: 
belts (2)chief, on across crosslets (6)cross withineagles displayed (3)escarbunclefessmulletmullets (2)pelicans (3)
Clinton, Henry Fiennes, 2nd Duke of Newcastle (1720 - 1794) (Stamp 2)
Dimensions:
Arms Quarterly of six 1. Six cross crosslets fitchy three, two and one, on a chief two mullets (Clinton) 2. A fess in dexter chief a mullet (Odingsells) 3. Three eagles displayed (De Limsey) 4. Quarterly (Say) 5. A cross within a bordure (Eudo) 6. Per pale an escarbuncle (De Lylle) on an escutcheon of pretence Quarterly 1 &4. Three pelicans in their piety (Pelham) 2 & 3. Two broken belts in pale (Pelham, coat of augmentation) Coronet of an Earl Order The Garter
Heraldic Charges: 
belts (2)chief, on across crosslets (6)cross withineagles displayed (3)escarbunclefessmulletmullets (2)pelicans (3)

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