A huge human foot d'or, in a field azure; the foot crushes a serpent rampant whose fangs are imbedded
in the heel.
The wall was built of rough stones, among which, to give strength to the structure, blocks of hewn stone were at intervals imbedded
Proceeding down this river, the party encamped, on the 6th of November, at the outlet of a lake about thirty miles long, and from two to three miles in width, completely imbedded
in low ranges of mountains, and connected with Bear River by an impassable swamp.
The garden is chiefly laid out in lawn, formed of the sod of the hills, with herbage short and soft as moss, full of its own peculiar flowers, tiny and starlike, imbedded
in the minute embroidery of their fine foliage.