Continuing our review of the arms carved (in granite, I believe) on the exterior of the Posthallen in Oslo, here are the third and fourth columns, starting at the top of Column 3:
Sogliardo: […] by this Parchment Gentlemen, I have ben so toil’d among the Harrots [Heralds] yonder, you will not belieeve, they doe speake the straungest language, and give a man the hardest termes for his money, that ever you knew.
Carlo: But ha’ you armes? Ha’ you armes?
Sogliardo: Yfaith, I thanke God I can write myself Gentleman now, here’s my Pattent, it cost me thirtie pound by this breath.
Ben Jonson, Every Man Out of His Humour (1599)