Heraldry

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HERALDRY, civil and canon law. The art or office of a herald. It is the art, practice, or science of recording genealogies, and blazoning arms or ensigns armorial. It also teaches whatever relates to the marshaling of cavalcades, processions, and other public ceremonies. Encyc.; Ridley's View of the Civil and Canon Law, pt. 2, c. 1, Sec. 6.

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Leonce Bernard, in unveiling Prince Edward Island's Full Achievement of Arms.
The completed Achievement of Arms contains a Munro of Foulis shield (indicating the close connection to the Foulis line), with a blue wavy border (denoting the family link to the Fyrish Munros), bearing an ancient crown in honour of the Loyalist Munros, and a saltire denoting the nearly pure Scots heritage.
However, a more logical and appropriate step would be for Parliament to have its own full achievement of arms, complete with badges and flags for MPs and Senators.