An Account of what passed in a conference in 1719 concerning a scheme for separating the descent of the German possessions of George I from that of the crown of England. [manuscript]

TitleAn Account of what passed in a conference in 1719 concerning a scheme for separating the descent of the German possessions of George I from that of the crown of England. [manuscript]
Publication TypeBook
Authors1st Earl of Macclesfield Parker T
LibraryBritish Library
BindingBound in red goatskin with the stamp 3 in gold on both covers and stamp 14 on the spine
Other Provenance InformationInscription on the titlepage: "Bib. T. Ast" [Thomas Astley]
Call NumberStowe MS 249
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Arms Quarterly 1. England and Scotland impaled 2. France 3. Ireland 4. Tierced in pairle reversed Two lions passant gardant (Brunswick) Semy of hearts a lion rampant (Lunenberg) A horse courant (Saxony) overall on an escutcheon gules the crown of Charlemagne (High Treasurer of the Empire) Crest On an imperial crown a lion passant gardant ducally crowned Supporters A lion gardant imperially crowned and a unicorn ducally gorged and chained Helmet of a sovereign Order The Garter Motto DIEU  ET  MON  DROIT Badges The rose and the thistle
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Same as George II stamp 6