ISLE OF MAN.
ISLE OF MAN. Gules, three legs in armour flexed at the knee and conjoined at the thigh, all proper, garnished and spurred or. Recorded in the College of Arms. In a collection of crests by Le Neve a crest is assigned to this coat, namely, two arms embowed in armour argent, holding in the hands a gem-ring or, stoned sable, but this is hardly of authority, and I believe is never made use of Motto — " Stabit quocunque jeceris." The Isle of Man " Kneels to England, kicks at Scotland, and spurns Ireland."
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