|Pringle Heraldry in other Armorials An Alphabetical Dictionary of Coats of Armsbelonging to families in Great Britain and Ireland; forming an extensive Ordinary of British Armorials.by John Papworth. London, 1874.Online here: [Vol. 1], [Vol. 2]. (Vol. 1)Page 235:Pringle, Torsonce, Teviotdale; and Burnhouse, Scotland: Arg. on a bend sa. three escallops or. Page 272:Pringle, Blindlee, Scotland: Arg. on a bend within a bordure az. three escallops or. Page 483:Pringle, Clifton, Co. Roxburgh; and The Haining, Co. Selkirk: Az. on a chev. arg. three escallops of the first. (Vol. 2)Page 681:Pringle, London, Baronetcy 1766-82: Az. three escallops arg. and with a mullet for diff.Pringle, Stitchel House, Co. Roxburgh; Baronetcy 1683: Az. three escallops or. Page 682:Pringle, Greenknow, Scotland: Az. three escallops within a bordure engr. or. Page 1080:Pringle, Whytbank, Co. Selkirk; a family historically eminent for centuries: Arg. on a saltire engr.sa. five escallops or. A Display of HeraldryBy John Guillim Page 243 Pringle of Stitchel; Azure, three Escallops Or. This Name (Mackenzie says) is corrupted from Pilgrim, their ancient Name, which they had from their Pilgrimages: He adds also, That this Coat they took to denote their devoted Undertakings. [See: Name Origin & Errors] Page 248 Pringle of Gallowshiels; Argent, on a Saltire engrail’d Sable, five Escallops Or. Pringle of Torwoodlie; Argent, on a Saltire engrail’d Azure, five Escallops of the First. The Book of Family Crests [Elven’s Heraldry]Online here: [Vol. 1], [Vol. 2].Page 385: Pringle [of Stitchill], Bart., Sco.:Crest: A saltier within a garland of bay-leaves, ppr.Motto: Coronat fides. Pringle [of Greenknowe], Sco.:Crest: An anchor, (within a garland of bay-leaves, ppr.)Motto: Semper spero meliora. Pringle [of Whytbank], Sco.:Crest: A man’s heart, ppr., winged, or.Motto: Sursum. Pringle [of Torwoodlee], Sco.:Crest: A serpent nowed, ppr.Motto: Nosce Teipsum. Pringle [of Clifton], Sco.:Crest: An escallop, between two branches of palm in orle.Motto: Prompte et consel. Pringle [of that ilk and Torsonce], Sco.:Crest: An escallop, or.Motto: Amicitia Reddit Honores. Page 549: Pringle, of Clifton and Haining, Sco.:1. -Crest: An escallop, ar., between two palm branches, vert.Motto: Spero et progredior.2. -Crest: A saltire, sa., charged in the centre with an escallop, az.Motto: Virtutis praemium. A Hand-book of Mottoesborne by the Nobility, Gentry, Cities, Public Companies, &c.translated and illustrated with notes and quotationsby C. N. Elvin, M.A.originally published 1860, reprinted 1963 Page 137:Nosce teipsum = Know thyself - Pringle Page 180:Semper spero meliora = I constantly hope for better things - Pringle Page 189:Spero et progredior = I hope and proceed - Pringle of Clifton Page 195:Sursum = Upwards - Pringle Page 34:Coronat fides = Faith crowns all - Pringle, bt.