from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of pedigree.
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Nowe, this inbred desire of all nations to blaze and set foorth their owne petigree hath so much preuayled with the greater part, that leauing the vndoubted trueth, they haue betaken themselues vnto meere fables and fictions.
Finally that nothing should be wanting which might adde any grace or shew of perfection vnto this discourse of Russia; I haue prefixed before the beginning thereof, the petigree and genealogie of the Russian Emperors and Dukes, gathered out of their owne Chronicles by a Polonian, containing in briefe many notable antiquities and much knowledge of those partes as likewise about the conclusion, I haue signified in the branch of a letter the last
Regardless of all other considerations, his size and petigree are good for a flier for that, no?
And as we setting forth her Maiesties regall petigree said in this figure of [_Single supplie.
And as we setting forth her Maiesties regall petigree, said in this figure of [Single supplie.