Is it not rather the broad seal of attestation to that heaven born principle, "It is safe to do right."
Despatches of royal ministers, bearing the broad seal of France.
Before him was borne the broad seal of England, and the scarlet cardinal's hat.
They shone, they walked like a people that carried the broad seal of heaven about them.
He fastened them together with a broad seal and a loop of black and yellow thread, and then wished me a pleasant journey.
The combined powers of Europe have placed their broad seal of disapprobation upon the African slave trade.
At this hour the nation put the broad seal of its approbation on all his past course.
She folded them, sealed one with the broad seal, and then locked them up in her box till wanted.
In 1660 he sued out his pardon for all offences 'under the broad seal of England.'