His escutcheon 'was the stake, the flame, and good men in it.'
Was not the British escutcheon of science dimmed when Priestley passed into exile?
This term is sometimes used to denote an Escutcheon of Pretence.
Treachery to it is daubed on many an escutcheon in its heraldry.
War when I will, and rest when I list, is the motto of my escutcheon.
To doubt this, would have been to throw a blot upon his own escutcheon.
The escutcheon was at the foot of the panel, and it was not this that first attracted attention.
To the left of the escutcheon was the figure of a woman, standing.
That of Hearts has an escutcheon on which is a lion rampant.
Courage came back to his place at the right of the escutcheon.