North American Colonial Association of Ireland
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NORTH AMERICAN COLONIAL ASSOCIATION OF IRELAND
Quarterly, 1st, argent, a ship of three masts on the sea, in full sail proper; 2nd, on a mount a beaver, and in the distance a forest, all proper; 3rd, gules, a plough or; 4th, azure a garb or. On an escocheon in centre point argent a trefoil slipped vert royal crowned of England proper. Crest-On a wreath of the colours an Irish wolf dog couchant proper. Supporters-(Dexter) an Irish peasant habited, jacket azure, trousers argent, his hat of straw, holding over his dexter shoulder a felling axe proper; (sinister) a similar figure of an Irishman holding in his left hand a reaping-hook or sickle proper. Motto-" Magnum vectigal industriae." |- |English | blazon wanted |}
The arms were officially granted on October 6, 1835.
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