2 edition of Some account of the ancient Corps of gentlemen-at-arms. found in the catalog.
Some account of the ancient Corps of gentlemen-at-arms.
James Bunce Curling
|Statement||By James Bunce Curling ...|
|LC Classifications||DA111 .C8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 266 p.|
|Number of Pages||266|
|LC Control Number||08028780|
This is the second in this series of three books on awards for royal service, each of which stands independently of the others. The volume records the history and development of the Royal Family Orders, the Royal Order of Victoria and Albert, King Edward VII’s Medal for Science, Art and Music with registers of: the names of the recipients of these awards, together with the names of the. For a time Women's Army Corps caps were a matter of some concern. Some of the women wore them tilted at too exaggerated an angle. But now the caps are regulated to a tilt of 15 degrees to the right. The women are allowed a light makeup and may dress their hair as they please, provided the coiffure is neat and clears the collar.
—In the reign of Henry VIII. arms were granted to Henry Thomson, of Esholt, co. York, one of that monarch's gentlemen-at-arms at Boulogne. The grant was made by Laurence Dalton, Norroy. The shield was—Per fesse embattled, ar. and sa., three falcons, belted, countercharged—a bend sinister. Crest: An armed arm, embowed, holding a lance, erect. The red coat has evolved from being the British infantryman's ordinary uniform to a garment retained only for ceremonial purposes. Its official adoption dates from February when the Parliament of England passed the New Model Army ordinance. The new English Army was formed of 22 men.
John Glas Sandeman, M.V.O. ; F.S.A.; late sub-officer and Senior Member H. M. Bodyguard Hon. Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms. Born 18 August, , second son of late George Glas Sandeman of Westfield, Hayling Island. Married,, Eliza Victoire Cormick, eldest daughter of late Captain Henry C. Lynch of Galway and Leigh Park, Hants. In he wrote "The Spears of Honour and the Gentlemen Pensioners", a history of the Honourable Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms.. He wrote a short account of the Select Knot of Friendly Brothers in London; His hobbies included being a collector of Greek and Roman objects of art. He was a member of Royal St George Yacht, Kingstown.
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Henry decided to have "this new and sumptuous Troop of Gentlemen composed of cadets of noble families and the highest order of gentry as his personal Body Guard or 'Nearest Guard'", cadets being the younger Country: England.
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Her Majesty's Body Guard of the Honourable Corps of Gentlemen at Arms provides a bodyguard to The Queen at many ceremonial occasions. Members attend the Sovereign at State arrivals of foreign Heads of State, the Garter service at Windsor, the State Opening of Parliament, and the evening reception held by the Sovereign for the Diplomatic Corps.
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The Captain, Lord Bassam of Brighton, presided at the autumn dinner of Her Majesty’s Body Guard of the Honourable Corps of Gentlemen at Arms held last night at Engine Court, St James’s Palace. The "pole-axes" still carried by the Gentlemen-at Arms are called halberds.
The Guard at this period always brought up the rear of the royal processions. MARY to In the Household Book of Queen Mary, under dateis recorded that there were then on the salaried establishment of the Yeomen of the Guard:. Definition of gentlemen-at-arms in the dictionary.
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(Russian, dzhentl’men).(1) A man of “well-born” origins, a nobleman. This usage is now considered obsolete. (2) In Great Britain and other English-speaking countries, a man who strictly adheres to the bourgeois “society” rules of behavior and observes so-called good form.
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