"1) (bart.; Sir Alexander Milne, G.C.B., Admiral R.N., was created a bart. 1876). the whole intended to represent that part of the works defending the town and port of Algiers to which His Majesty's ship ""Impregnable,"" which bore the flag of the Admiral, was opposed in the memorable attack on the 27th day of August, 1816. Motto—Tam marte quam arte. Erminois a cross moline quarterly pierced or betw. three mullets az. a chief of honourable augmentation wavy ar. thereon a fortified circular lighthouse with a red flag flying, flanked on the dexter by a hexagon battery of three tiers of guns with a like flag flying, and on the sinister by another battery of two tiers of guns connected by a wall with the lighthouse all ppr., the whole intended to represent that part of the works defending
the town and port of Algiers to which His Majesty's ship ""Impregnable,"" which bore the flag of the Admiral, was opposed in the memorable attack on the 27th day of August, 1816. Crest—Out of a naval crown or, a dexter cubit arm vested az. the hand ppr. grasping a flagstaff, therefrom flying the flag of a Rear-Admiral of the Blue, inscribed with the word ""Impregnable"" in letters of gold. Supporters—Dexter, a figure designed to represent a Christian slave, holding in his dexter hand a passion cross or, and in his sinister hand his fetters broken ppr. sinister, a sailor habited and armed with cutlass and pistols ppr. holding in the exterior hand a flagstaff, therefrom flowing to the dexter a banner az. in canton the Union."
2) (Balfarg, co. Fife; His Majesty’s Master Mason, 1672; confirmed 1767, to Robert Milne, architect, London). Motto—Tam arte quam marte. Or, a cross moline az. square pierced of the field betw. three mullets of the second. Crest—Pallas's head couped at the shoulders ppr. vested about the neck vert, on the head a helmet az. beaver turned up, on the top a plume of feathers gu.
3) (Balwyllo, co. Forfar, 1680). Motto—Clarum reddlt industria. Or, a cross moline engr. az. betw. three mullets of the last. Crest—A cross moline sa. in the sea ppr. betw. two stalks of wheat orleways also ppr.
4) (Blairtoun and Aberdeen, 1632). Motto—Dat cura commodum. Or, a cross molins az. pierced ovalways of the field betw. three mullets sa. all within a bordure wavy of the second. Crest—A galley with oars erect in saltire ppr.
5) (Edinburgh, 1672). Motto—Ex industria. Or, a cross moline pierced lozengewaye betw. three mullets az. within a bordure nebulée of the second. Crest—A martlet volant ar. Motto—Ex industria.
6) (Muretoun, Scotland, 1672). Motto—Efficiunt clarum studia. Or, a cross moline pierced lozengeways of the field betw. three mullets az. within a bordure invecked sa. Crest—A dexter hand holding a folded book ppr.
7) Ar. a cross patonce pierced az. betw. three mullets sa.
8) (Melgum, co. Aberdeen, 1867). Motto—Suum cuique. Or, a cross moline pierced az. on a chief gu. a stag at gaze betw. two cross crosslets ar. Crest—A galley, sails furled and oars in saltire ppr. flagged gu.
9) (Stott-Milne, Rochdale, co. Lancaster; exemplified to James Stott, Esq., npon his assuming, by royal licence, the additional surname of Milne). Motto—Prudenter qui sedulo. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, sa. a millrind ar. betw. two flauuches or, each charged with a lion ramp. of the field, for Milne; 2nd and 3rd, az. in base the tower of a belfry thereon a spire ppr. surmounted by a vane or, on a chief of the last three pellets gu. the centre charged with a heart also or, and the 1st and 3rd with a bezant, for Stott. Crests—1st, Milne: In front of two palm trees a lamb couchant ppr. holding with the dexter foot a pennon ar. charged with a cross crosslet gu. 2nd, Stott: A cross pattée sa. therefrom rising a moorcock holding in the beak a sprig of heath ppr.
10) (Calverley House, Leeds, co. York; Samuel Milne Milne, Esq.). Ar. a millrind gu. within an orle of eight millrinds sa. Crest—A millrind fessewise sa. thereon a lion ramp. ar. holding betw. the paws a millrind gu.