A SHORT AND EASY INTRODUCTION TO HERALDRY; In which all the Terms are displayed in a clear and alphabetical Manner; With the use and Dignity of Arme, the Manner of Tournaments, Croisaides: also the Rules of Blazon and Marshalling Coat-Armours.
London: G. Kearsly, 1776. .Likewise hatchments so familiarly explained that a Person may know at the first View, what Branch of the Family is deceased; with a great Number of elegrant Copper-plates, containing above Six Hundred Figures, collected from the most ancient and modern Authors, upon a new and regular Plan. The second edition, much enarged, by the Addition of neat Two Hundred new Examples, neatly Engraved.; and An Appendix, Containing the Privelages of the Gentry and Yeomen of England, exstracted from the last Edition of Gwillome's Display of heraldry. [ii], 1-16pp + -100pp. 16pp. of engravings. Original calf rebacked with the original red gilt label laid down along the spine; new endpapers. 12mo. A very nice copy.