Volume 4 (2008)

Part 1 (no 215)

Articles

  • An unrecognized Lindsay quarter. By Bruce McAndrew (pp. 1-6).
  • Some external insignia of office for dignitaries of the Order of St John of Jerusalem, Cyprus, Rhodes and Malta. By John Joseph Fitzpatrick Kennedy (pp. 7-15, with plate 1).
  • The cross of St George and the Banner of the Ressurection. By Jeremy Goldsmith (pp. 17-19).
  • The medieval origins of the British system of cadency. By Paul A. Fox (pp. 21-8, with plates 2 and 3).
  • Partridges: the history of a prohibition. By Clive Cheesman (pp. 29-62, with plates 4 and 5).

Shorter notes

  • Conyngham-Heard-Phillipps pedigrees. By Nigel Ramsay (pp. 63-4, with plate 6).
  • Arms on a seventeenth-century cistern. By E. J. Redshaw (pp. 64-5, with plate 7).

Bibliography

  • Heraldry beyond the heraldic journals 2000-2005 (pp. 67-78).

Book reviews

  • Siddons, The Development of Welsh Heraldry IV. By J. Beverley Smith (pp. 79-81).
  • Munby, Barber and Brown (edd.), Edward III’s Round Table at Windsor. By Michael Hicks (pp. 81-4).
  • McAndrew, Scotland’s Historic Heraldry. By Jackson W. Armstrong (pp. 84-7).
  • Cust and Hopper (edd.), Cases in the High Court of Chivalry 1634-1640. By Stephen K. Roberts (pp. 87-9).
  • Swan, A King from Canada. By Ambrogio Caiani (pp. 89-91).

Part 2 (no 216)

Articles

  • A wyvern on a twelfth-century armorial weight from Norfolk. By Steven Ashley (pp. 93-9, with plate 1).
  • Regency knights: the Royal Guelphic Order, 1815-1837. By Andrew Hanham (pp. 101-24, with plates 2 and 3).
  • Queen Victoria’s Jubilee processions and the heralds, 1887 and 1897. By Duncan Green (pp. 125-36, with plates 4 and 5).
  • The reception of England’s armorial law into Canada. By C. S. T. Mackie (pp. 137-53).

Shorter notes

  • The new reverse designs for the U.K. definitive coinage. By Barrie Cook (pp. 155-9, with plate 6).
  • The origins of the label and the maunch. By Paul A. Fox (pp. 159-60).

Book reviews

  • Radulescu and Truelove (edd.), Gentry Culture in late Medieval England. By Adrian Ailes (p. 161).
  • Titterton, The Grisaille and Heraldic Glass in the Chancel at Norbury, Derbyshire. By Jeremy Goldsmith (pp. 162).