The common seal that the Governors used is of an origin altogether obscure.
Thus much for the barons of London, their common seal at that time.
The common seal of the Massachusetts colony, sent over in 1629, bore an Indian with the inscription, "Come over and help us."
The king granted to the commonalty of London to have a common seal.
In the common seal have also been found Ligula crispa, Schistocephalus dimorphus, and Echinorhynchus strumosus.
So she kept the common seal and hardly ever rendered an account.
The declaration was trover for the books of record, original charter, common seal, and other corporate property of the college.
Given under the common seal of the said Vestry, this thirteenth day of April, 1861.
The two hundreds of Flegg, (or Fleyg, as appears on its common seal) comprise twenty villages, thirteen of which terminate in -by.
Given under the common seal of the said Vestry, his twelfth day of March, 1861.