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... Tbe Bearer of the Royal Banner is one of the Great Officers of the Royal Household in Scotland ... the office of Constable of Dundee for the service of carrying the royal banner in the army of Scotland, and in 1324 Robert I granted Alexander's son, Nicholas Scrymgeour, and his heirs the ... following year Henry Scrymgeour-Wedderburn carried the royal banner at Holyroodhouse during the King's visit ...
... also Heraldic flag Not to be confused with the Royal Standards of England ... The Royal Banner of England is the English banner of arms and so has always borne the Royal Arms of England—the personal arms of England's reigning monarch ... When displayed in war or battle, this banner signalled that the sovereign was present in person ...
... A number of flags and banners are used by the Canadian Forces to signify loyalty, nationality, units, and/or specific events ... One used throughout the military is the Royal Union Flag, which was approved by the federal parliament in 1964 for "continued use as a symbol of Canada's membership in the ... Others symbolise royal and viceroyal figures or royal honours bestowed on a unit or regiment ...
Famous quotes containing the words banner and/or royal:
“The broken pillar of the wing jags from the clotted shoulder,
The wing trails like a banner in defeat,”
—Robinson Jeffers (18871962)
“Not to these shores she came! this other Thrace,
Environ barbarous to the royal Attic;
How could her delicate dirge run democratic,
Delivered in a cloudless boundless public place
To an inordinate race?”
—John Crowe Ransom (18881974)