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SEGAR'S Honor, Military and Civill, viz. Justice, | SPEED'S Genealogies recorded in the Sacred and Jurisdiction Military; Knighthood in generall, and particular, Combats for Life, and Triumph; Precedencie of great Estates, and 1602 others, small folio, neat, 18s "This work has great merit,-giving a comprehensive view of the origin and progress of military institutions and ceremonies."-Dallaway. -- Original Institutions of the Princely Orders of Collars, viz. the Garter, the Annunciation, the Golden Fleece, St. Michael, the Holy Ghost, and the Thistle, sm. 4to. with 7 plates, emblazoned in gold and colours, bds. £1. 1s Edinburgh, 1823 SELDEN'S Titles of Honour, folio, portrait, best edition, very neat in calf, £1. 16s
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