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All this I watched, and I observed too that the device upon the bannerols was the head of a white horse.
Then they loaded their baggage on their beasts and the war drums beat and the trumpets blared and the bannerols and standards were unfurled, whilst Sharrkan mounted horse, with the
A score of them there would be, and from their lance-heads fluttered scarlet bannerols bearing a white device which at that distance I could not make out.
Soon we could make out the device upon their bannerols -- a boar's head azure upon an argent field -- my own device, that of the Anguissola of Mondolfo; and instantly I knew them for Cosimo's men.
They came three abreast, and there were six score of them, and from their lance-heads fluttered bannerols showing a sable bar on an argent field.
Then they loaded their baggage on their beasts and the war drums beat and the trumpets blared and the bannerols and standards were unfurled, whilst Sharrkan mounted horse, with the Wazir Dandan by his side, and the colours fluttering over their heads.
And at the feet of the defunct, without the rail, stood the two esquires, holding the standard and great banner; and on each side of the hearse stood the other esquires, with the bannerols; and behind the piincipal mourner stood three kings of arms, and the four gentlemen ushers; and between the itandard, and at the great banner, stood Lancaster herald of arms, wearing the defunct 's coat of arms -