The Royal Marines Artillery. A Grenade, as per the Royal Regiment of Artillery, with which the Corps had long had close association. The Lion and Crown, which denotes a Royal regiment, was conferred by King George III in 1802. The "Great Globe", chosen in 1827 by King George IV in lieu of battle honours to recognise the Marines' service in every quarter of the world. Encircling Laurels, which are believed to honour the Corps gallantry during the capture of Belle Isle in 1761. The honour ‘Gibraltar’, which refers to the capture of Gibraltar by a force of Marines in 1704 and the subsequent defence of the fortress throughout a nine-month siege. The Motto ‘Per Mare Per Terram’ (By Sea By Land) that describes the Corps’ ability to fight both on-board ships of the Royal Navy, and in many land engagements ashore. The fouled anchor, incorporated into the emblem in 1747, is the badge of the Lord High Admiral and shows that the Corps is part of the Naval Service.