City Readers Digital Historic Collections at the New York Society Library
The elements of heraldry, containing the definition, origin, and historical account of that ancient, useful, and entertaining science. The divers sorts of coats-of-arms in use; with their essential and integral parts displayed separately. The several marks whereby bearers of the same coat-of-arms are distinguished from each other. The different kings of tinctures, lines, figures, charges, and ornaments used for coats-of-arms. The laws of heraldry; practical directions for marshalling coats-of-arms, and the order of precedence. The hatchments so clearly described, that the branch and title, the deceased was of, may be readily known. Embellished with several fine cuts, and twenty-four copper-pla...
London: Printed for T. Carnan, and F. Newbery, junior, at number 65, in St. Paul’s Church-yard., 1777.
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|John Speyer||12/19/1791||1/4/1792||Porney's Heraldry|
|John Johnson||1/12/1792||1/28/1792||Porney Heraldry|
|James Cornwall||5/25/1802||5/31/1802||Porneys Helald|
|John Abrams||7/7/1802||7/15/1802||Porney's Heraldry|
|Frederick de Peyster||10/18/1802||10/19/1802||Porneys Heraldry|
|Gerard Depyster||12/22/1803||1/13/1804||Porneys Heraldry|
|George Warren Chapman||5/11/1804||5/16/1804||Porneys Herald|