MacLEAN of Duart and Morvern Quarterly, 1st, Argent, a rock, Gules; 2nd, Argent, a dexter hand, fesswise, couped, Gules, holding a cross crosslet fitchée, in pale, Azure; 3rd, Or, a lymphad, her oars in saltire, sails furled, Sable, flagged, Gules; 4th, Argent; a salmon, naiant, Proper, in chief two eagles heads, erased, respectant, Gules.
MacLean Coat of Arms at Duart Castle
MacLean Arms on old postcard
Arthur John Macleane was first Principal of Brighton College and was grandson (or great grandson?) of Lauchlin Macleane MP who is one of the possible writers of the Letters of Junius. The arms are a variant of Maclean of Duart (and are not in Lyon Register). Rev. Macleane was married to Sarah Hutchings of Penang and her arms seem to be a variant of Hutchings of Somerset (but with the field Sable rather than Gules).