November 11, 1990
Unto the member of the College of Arms does Da'ud ibn Auda, Laurel King of Arms send Greetings!
My Lords and Ladies,
Herein are corrections to various Letters of Acceptances and Returns. If you know of any others which have not yet been corrected, please let me know.
Meghan of Caer Ddafydd. Name only.
Submitted as Meghan of Caer Daibhidh, the group name was returned by Mistress Alisoun some time ago, and the appeal of the name was also returned. We have modified the locative as the submitter's forms allowed to the closest form suggested by Mistress Alisoun.
Maria Marina. Reblazon of device. Vert, on a bend sinister between two pairs of stick shuttles crossed in saltire argent, two dolphins urinant azure.
The given name was accidentally given in the LoAR as Marta.
Frederick Asquit Feare. Name.
In typing up the LoAR, the "k" in the given name was accidentally dropped.
Aleksandr Yaroslavovich Vyetcikov. Device. Sable, a pall of chain Or between three bezants.
Because of the revised wording of X.2, noted in the Cover Letter with the September 1990 LoAR, this device is now accepted. (That it was not at the time is what comes from reviewing Rules changes at a different, later time from submissions. Sometimes the right hand doesn't remember what the left hand has already done.)
Brid nic Shéarlais. Badge. Azure, four deer's hoofprints in cross, heels to center, argent.
The LoAR accidentally left out the "é" in the patronym.
Raphael de Mont Saint Michel. Name and badge for Brotherhood of the Chymera. Argent, semy-de-lys sable, a dragon's tail bendwise sinister nowed gules within a bordure embattled sable.
The tincture of the dragon's tail was accidentally left out of the blazon in the LoAR. Though the LoI gave the field as "ermine", it is actually "argent, semy-de-lys sable". While the LoI blazoned the primary charge as a "chimera's tail", because of the lack of a standardized depiction of a chimera (some variants have a dragon's head as the tail) we modified the blazon to call it a dragon's tail.
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