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Author: Guillim, John, 1565-1621.
Title: A display of heraldrie:: manifesting a more easie access to the knowledge thereof then hath hitherto been published by any, through the benefit of method; / wherein it is now reduced by the study and industry of John Guillim ... Interlaced with much variety of history suitable to the severall occasions or subjects.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A display of heraldrie:: manifesting a more easie access to the knowledge thereof then hath hitherto been published by any, through the benefit of method; / wherein it is now reduced by the study and industry of John Guillim ... Interlaced with much variety of history suitable to the severall occasions or subjects.
Guillim, John, 1565-1621., Nower, Francis, d. 1670.

London: Printed by T.R. for Jacob Blome, 1660.
Subject terms:
Heraldry.
Nobility -- Great Britain.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A85770.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO NONE BUT GENTLEMEN.
LENVOY TO THE AUTHOR BY WILLIAM SEGAR. Garter, Principall King of Armes.
John St. George to the Author.
TO The the Right Honourable and truly Noble (my very good Lord) WILLIAM Marquess and Earle of Hertford, Viscount Beau∣champ, and Lord Seymour, and one of the Honourable Privy Councell to the late King CHARLES.
To his neerest and dearest Kinsman, John Guillim, Pursevant of Arms Tho. Guillim wisheth his own best wishes.
To my worthy Friend, Master Guillim, on his present Work.
To my deservedly beloved and worthy Friend and Country-man, Mr. John Guillim, touching his Display of the Honorable Art of Armory.
To his worthy and well-deserving Friend, Master J. Guillim.
In Authorem, Gulielmi Belcheri Eulogium.
TO THE COURTEOUS READER.
text
section 1
Nihil est inventum & perfectum simul.
The Table of the First Section.
A DISPLAY OF HERALDRY. SECT. I. CHAP. I.
SECT I. CHAP. II.
SECT. I. CHAP. III.
SECT. I. CHAP. IV.
SECT. I. CHAP. V.
SECT. I. CHAP. VI.
SECT. I. CHAP. VII.
SECT. I. CHAP. VIII.
section 2
Tum Dignum operae pretium venit, cum inter se congruunt Praecepta & Expe∣rimenta.
The Table of the Second Section.
SECTION II. CHAP. I.
SECT. II. CHAP. II.
SECT. II. CHAP. III.
SECT. II. CHAP. IV.
SECT. II. CHAP. V.
SECT. II. CHAP. VI.
SECT. II. CHAP. VII.
SECT. II. CHAP. VIII.
section 3
Naturalia, sunt specula eorum quae non videnur.
The Table of the Third Section.
SECTION III. CHAP. I.
SECT. III. CHAP. II.
SECT. III. CHAP. III.
SECT. III. CHAP. IV.
SECT. III. CHAP. V.
SECT. III. CHAP. VI.
SECT. III. CHAP. VII.
SECT. III. CHAP. VIII.
SECT. III. CHAP. IX.
SECT. III. CHAP. X.
SECT. III. CHAP. XI.
SECT. III. CHAP. XII.
SECT. III. CHAP. XIII.
SECT. III. CHAP. XIV.
SECT. III. CHAP. XV.
SECT. III. CHAP. XVI.
SECT. III. CHAP. XVII.
SECT. III. CHAP. XVI.
SECT. III. CHAP. XIX.
SECT. III. CHAP. XXI.
SECT. III. CHAP. XXII.
SECT. III. CHAP. XXIII.
SECT. III. CHAP. XXIV.
SECT. III. CHAP. XXV.
SECT. III. CHAP. XXVI.
SECT. III. CHAP. XXVII.
section 4
Felices essent Artes, si de his solummodo Artifices judicarent.
The Table of the Fourth Section.
SECTION IV. CHAP. I.
SECT. IV. CHAP. II.
SECT. IV. CHAP. III.
SECT. IV. CHAP. IV.
SECT. IV. CHAP. V.
SECT. IV. CHAP. VI.
SECT. IV. CHAP. VII.
SECT. IV. CHAP. VIII.
SECT. IV. CHAP. IX.
SECT. IV. CHAP. X.
SECT. IV. CHAP. XI.
SECT. IV. CHAP. XII.
SECT. IV. CHAP. XIII.
SECT. IV. CHAP. XIV.
SECT. IV. CHAP. XV.
SECT. IV. CHAP. XVI.
SECT. IV. CHAP. XVII.
SECT. IV. CHAP. XVIII.
SECT. IV. CHAP. XIX.
section 5
Simplicitas formae Antiquitatis nota▪
The Table of the Fifth Section.
SECTION V. CHAP. I.
SECT. V. CHAP. II.
SECT. V. CHAP. III.
SECT. V. CHAP. IV.
section 6
Artis progressio velocius clauditur quam inchoatur.
The Table of the Sixth Section.
SECTION VI. CHAP. I.
SECT. VI. CHAP. II.
SECT. VI. CHAP. III.
SECT. VI. CHAP. IV.
SECT. VI. CHAP. V.
SECT. VI. CHAP. VI.
The Atchievement of a Gentleman.
The Atchievement of an Esquire.
The Atchievement of a Knight.
Of Barons.
The Atchievement of a Vicount.
Of a Viscount.
The Atchievement of an Earle.
Of Earls.
To the Generous Reader.
A Conclusion.
Errata.
appendix
TO The most illustrious and truly noble, the Right Honourable ALGERNON PERCY, Earl of Northumberland, Lord PERCY, LUCY, POININGS, FITZ∣PAYN, BRYAN, and LATIMER, Com∣panion of the noble Order of the Gar∣ter, formerly Lord high Admirall of ENGLAND, Generall of all the Forces in the Expedition 1640. and one of the Privy Councell to his late Majesty, &c.
description of knights of the garter
AN EXACT REGISTER OF All the KNIGHTS of the GARTER.
The founders being many of them dead, o∣thers were elected in their rooms.
Richard the second, King of England began his Reign.
Henry the fourth began his raign, of whom see.
Barons.
Henry the fifth began his reign, 1412.
Viscounts.
Barons.
Knights.
Soveraign Princes.
Dukes.
Marquesses.
Earles.
Viscounts.
Barons.
Knights.
Soveraign Prince.
Duke.
Earls.
Barons.
Knight.
Soveraign Princes.
Earls.
Soveraign Princes.
Dukes.
Marquess.
Earls.
Barons.
Knights.
TO The Honourable (and truly Noble) Sir EDMOND BACON of Redgrave in the County of Suffolke, BARONET.
AN ACCOUNT OR REGISTER Of the NAMES and ARMES of all the BARONETS of ENGLAND.
By the KING. The INSTRUCTIONS within mention∣ed to be observed by Our COMMISSION∣ERS within named.
THE PRECEDENT OF THE PATENT of Creation of BARONETS.
Anno 9. JACOBI Regis, 1611.
June 9. 1611. 9. Jacobi.
Anno 10. Jacobi 1612. Nov. 25.
Novemb. 25. 1612.
Septemb. 24.
June 8. 1615.
April 5. 1617.
May 1.
March 11.
May 25. 1618.
July 25.
Decemb. 24.
March 1.
May 31. 1619.
June 4.
June 15.
July 19.
July 20.
July 21.
Septemb. 17.
Nov. 10.
Novemb. 16.
Novemb. 28.
Decemb. 1.
Decemb. 2.
Decemb. 31.
January 31.
Febr. 6.
Febr. 16.
March 7.
March 23.
March 28.
April 2. 1620.
May 5. 1621.
March 26. 1622.
April 12. 1623.
King CHARLES.
April 19 1627.
1627. Octob. 31.
The succeeding Baronets were made since the fourth of January, 1641. January 21. 1621.
April 9. 1642.
July 17. 1643.
April 1. 1644.
May 9. 1645.
An exact Alphabetical Table of the names of those Gen∣tlemen who are made patterns of bearings in this Display of He∣raldry, there being divers other Coats Blazoned to shew the seve∣ral wayes of the said Art, having no names, are omitted.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
K.
L.
M.
N.
O.
P.
R.
S.
T.
V.
W.
Y.
Errata in the Register of the Baronets. Number 1.