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Revision as of 09:46, 16 August 2019

The common informal forms of address used in Great Nortend are given below.

Forms of Address

Royalty

Son of a Royal Prince (unless a peer)||HH The Prince ...||Your Highness||"Your Highness", and subsequently "Sire"
Position On envelopes Salutation in letter Oral address
King HM The King Your Majesty "Your Majesty", and subsequently "Sire"
Queen HM The Queen Your Majesty "Your Majesty", and subsequently "Madam"
Royal Peer HRH The X of ... Your Royal Highness "Your Royal Highness", and subsequently "Sire"
Royal Peeress HRH The X of ... Your Royal Highness "Your Royal Highness", and subsequently "Madam"
Son of the Sovereign (unless a peer) HRH The Prince ... Your Royal Highness "Your Royal Highness", and subsequently "Sire"
Wife of a Son of the Sovereign (unless a peeress) HRH The Princess ... Your Royal Highness "Your Royal Highness", and subsequently "Madam"
Daughter of the Sovereign (unless a peeress) HRH The Princess ... Your Royal Highness "Your Royal Highness", and subsequently "Madam"
Sons of the Heir Apparent and Sons of the Eldest Son thereof &c. (unless a peer) HRH The Prince ... Your Royal Highness "Your Royal Highness", and subsequently "Sire"
Wife of a Son of the Heir Apparent and Wives of Sons of the Eldest Son thereof &c. (unless a peeress) HRH The Princess ... Your Royal Highness "Your Royal Highness", and subsequently "Madam"
Daughters of the Heir Apparent and Daughters of the Eldest Son thereof &c. (unless a peeress) HRH The Princess ... Your Royal Highness "Your Royal Highness", and subsequently "Madam"
Wife of a Son of a Royal Prince (unless a peeress) HH The Princess ... Your Highness "Your Highness", and subsequently "Madam"
Daughter of Royal Prince (unless a peeress) HH The Princess ... Your Highness "Your Highness", and subsequently "Madam"
Son of a Royal Princess (unless a peer) HH The Prince ... Your Highness "Your Highness", and subsequently "Sire"
Daughter of a Royal Princess (unless a peeress) Lady ... My Lady "Your Ladyship", and subsequently "Madam"
Son of a Prince (unless a peer) Lord ... My Lord "Your Lordship", and subsequently "Sire"
Wife of a Son of a Prince (unless a peeress) Lady ... My Lady "Your Ladyship", and subsequently "Madam"
Daughter of a Son of a Prince (unless a peeress) Lady ... My Lady "Your Ladyship", and subsequently "Madam"
Son of a Princess (unless a peer) Lord ... My Lord "Your Lordship", and subsequently "Sire"

Nobility

Substantive Titles

Position On envelopes Salutation in letter Oral address
Duke The Most Noble the Duke of X My Lord Duke "Your Grace", and subsequently "Sire"
Duchess The Most Noble the Duchess of X Madam "Your Grace", and subsequently "Madam"
Margrave The Most Hon. the Margrave of X My Lord "My Lord", "Your Lordship" and subsequently "Sire"
Marchioness The Most Hon. the Marchioness of X Madam "My Lady", "Your Ladyship", and subsequently "Madam"
Earl The Rt Hon. the Earl of X My Lord "My Lord", "Your Lordship" and subsequently "Sire"
Countess The Rt Hon. the Countess of X Madam "My Lady", "Your Ladyship", and subsequently "Madam"
Baron The Very Honoured the Baron of X My Lord "My Lord", "Your Lordship" and subsequently "Sire"
Baroness The Very Honoured the Baroness of X Madam "My Lady", "Your Ladyship", and subsequently "Madam"
Viscount The Rt Worshipful the Viscount of X Your Worship "Your Worship", and subsequently "Sire"
Viscountess The Rt Worshipful the Viscountess of X Your Worship "Your Worship", and subsequently "Madam"
Banneret The Hon. Sir A. B., Bart Sir A. B. "Sir A.", and subsequently "Sir"
Wife of a Banneret The Hon. Lady A. B. Lady B. "Lady B.", and subsequently "Madam"
Banneretess The Hon. Lady A. B., Bart Lady A. "Lady A.", and subsequently "Madam"

Courtesy Titles

Note that courtesy peeresses are wives of courtesy peers, and not peeresses in their own right.

Position On envelopes Salutation in letter Oral address
Courtesy Margrave Margrave of X My Lord "My Lord", "Your Lordship" and subsequently "Sire"
Courtesy Marchioness Marchioness of X Madam "My Lady", "Your Ladyship", and subsequently "Madam"
Courtesy Earl Earl of X My Lord "My Lord", "Your Lordship" and subsequently "Sire"
Courtesy Countess Countess of X Madam "My Lady", "Your Ladyship", and subsequently "Madam"
Courtesy Baron Baron of X My Lord "My Lord", "Your Lordship" and subsequently "Sire"
Courtesy Baroness Baroness of X Madam "My Lady", "Your Ladyship", and subsequently "Madam"
Courtesy Viscount Viscount of X Your Worship "Your Worship", and subsequently "Sire"
Courtesy Viscountess Viscountess of X Your Worship "Your Worship", and subsequently "Madam"
Second Son of a Duke or Margrave The Lord A. B., Master of X My Lord "My Lord" or "Lord A."
Other Sons of a Duke or Margrave The Lord A. B. My Lord "My Lord" "Lord A."
Unmarried Daughters of a Duke or Margrave The Lady A. B. of X My Lady "My Lady", "Lady A."
Married Daughters of a Duke or Margrave The Lady A. C. of X My Lady "My Lady", "Lady A."
Second Son of an Earl The Hon. A. B., Master of X Dear Master/Mr B. "Master/Mr B."
Heir apparent of a Baron The Hon. A. B., Master of X Dear Master/Mr B. "Master/Mr B."
Other Sons of an Earl or Baron The Hon. A. B. Dear Master/Mr B. "Master/Mr B."
Unmarried Daughters of an Earl or Baron The Hon. A. B. of X Dear Miss B. "Miss B."
Married Daughters of an Earl or Baron The Hon. Mrs A. C. Dear Mrs B. "Mrs C."
Heir apparent of a Banneret or Viscount (Master/Mr) A. B., Esquire of X Dear Master/Mr B. "Master/Mr B."

Knights

Position On envelopes Salutation in letter Oral address
Knight Grand Cross, Knight Commander or Knight Companion Sir A. B. Dear Sir A. "Sir A."
Wife of a Knight Lady B. Dear Lady B. "Lady B."
Lady Companion Lady A. B. Dear Lady A. "Lady A."

Church of Nortend

Clergy

Position On envelopes Salutation in letter Oral address
Archbishop The Most Rev'd and Rt Hon. The Lord Archbishop of X My Lord Archbishop "Your Grace", and subsequently "Archbishop"
Bishop in Privy Council The Rt Rev'd and Rt Hon. the Lord Bishop of X My Lord Bishop "My Lord" or "My Lord Bishop", and subsequently "Bishop"
Bishop The Rt Rev'd (Prelate) the Lord Bishop of X My Lord Bishop "My Lord" or "My Lord Bishop", and subsequently "Bishop"
Dean The Very Rev'd the Dean of X (Rev'd and) Dear Mr Dean "Mr Dean", and subsequently "Dean"
Archdeacon The Ven. the Archdeacon of X (Rev'd and) Dear Mr Archdeacon "Mr Archdeacon", and subsequently "Archdeacon"
Prebendary The Rev'd Prebendary Mr A. B. (Rev'd and) Dear Prebendary "Mr B.” or "Prebendary"
Canon The Rev'd Canon Mr A. B. (Rev'd and) Dear Canon "Mr B." or "Canon"
Priest The Rev'd (Father) Mr A. B. (Rev'd and) Dear Mr/Fr B. or Dear Vicar/Rector/Parson "Mr/Fr B." or Vicar/Rector/Parson
Deacon The Rev'd (Deacon) Mr A. B. (Rev'd and) Dear Mr/Deacon B. "Mr/Deacon B."
Clerk (The L'd) Mr A. B. (L'd and) Dear Mr/B. "Mr B."

Religious

Position On envelopes Salutation in letter Oral address
Abbot The Rt Rev'd the Lord Abbot of X My Lord Abbot or Rt Rev'd and Dear Father Abbot "My Lord", "My Lord Abbot", "Father Abbess" or "Rev'd Father"
Abbess The Rt Rev'd the Lady Abbess of X My Lady Abbot or Rt Rev'd and Dear Mother Abbess "My Lady", "My Lady Abbess", "Mother Abbess" or "Rev'd Mother"
Prior The Very Rev'd the Prior of X Very Rev'd and Dear Father Prior "Father Prior" or "Rev'd Father"
Prioress The Very Rev'd the Prioress of X Very Rev'd and Dear Mother Prioress "Mother Prioress" or "Rev'd Mother"
Monk Dom/Father A. B. Dear Dom/Father A. "Dom" or "Father"
Nun Dame/Mother A. B. Dear Dame/Mother A. "Dame" or "Mother"
Friar Brother A. B. Dear Brother A. "Brother"
Sister Sister A. B. Dear Sister A. "Sister"

Judiciary

Position On envelopes Salutation in letter Oral address In court
Lord High Steuard The Rt Hon. the Lord High Steuard of Nortend, Cardoby and Hambria My Lord Steuard "My Lord Steuard" "My Lord"
Lord High Chancellour The Rt Rev'd and Rt. Hon. the Lord High Chancellour of Nortend, Cardoby and Hambria My Lord Chancellour "My Lord Chancellour" "My Lord"
Lord Chief Justice The Rt Hon. the Lord Chief Justice My Lord Chief Justice "My Lord Chief Justice" "My Lord"
Lord Justice of Common Chamber The Rt Hon. the Lord Justice of Common Chamber My Lord Justice "My Lord" "My Lord"
Lord Justice The Rt Hon. Lord Justice A. B. My Lord Justice "My Lord" "My Lord"
Puisne Justice The Hon. Mr Justice A. B. Dear Mr Justice B. or Dear Sir A. "Sir A." or "Mr Justice B." "My Lord"
Recorder His Honour Mr Recorder A. B. Dear Mr Recorder B. "Mr Recorder B." "Your Honour"
Warden of the Peace Mr A. B., W.P. Dear Mr B. "Mr B." "Your Worship"
Steward Mr A. B., Steward of the Manor of X Dear Mr B. "Mr B." "Your Worship"
Serjeant Mr Serjeant A. B. Dear Serjeant B. "Serjeant" "Mr Serjeant B."

Government

Note that the forms below are for official, Government or Parliamentary purposes, not social.

Position On envelopes Salutation in letter Oral address
Prime Minister Title, The Lord High Treasurer Dear Mr Prime Minister or Title of rank "Mr Prime Minister", "My Lord Treasurer" or Title of rank
Speaker of the House of Burgesses The Rt Hon. A. B., The Speaker of the House of Burgesses Dear Mr Speaker "Mr Speaker"
Knight-Lieutenant The Rt. Hon. Mr A. B., The Lieutenant of the House of Knights Dear Mr Lieutenant "Mr Lieutenant"
Cabinet Minister The Rt Hon. Mr A. B. Dear Minister or Dear Mr A. B. "Minister" or Title
Utter Minister The Hon. Mr A. B. Dear Minister or Dear Mr A. B. "Minister" or Title
Burgess of Parliament Mr A. B., Burgess for X Dear Mr B. "Mr B."
Knight of Parliament Mr A. B., Knight of X Dear Mr B. "Mr B."
Lieutenant of a Borough or Duchy The Most Noble the Duke of X, His Majesty's Lord Lieutenant of X My Lord Lieutenant "My Lord Lieutenant"
Lieutenant of a March The Most Noble the Margrave of X, His Majesty's Lord Lieutenant of X My Lord Lieutenant "My Lord Lieutenant"
Lieutenant of a County The Rt Hon. the Earl of X, His Majesty's Lord Lieutenant of X My Lord Lieutenant "My Lord Lieutenant"
Sheriff The Rt Worshipful the Viscount of X, the Sheriff of Y Your Worship "Your Worship"
Lord Mayor The Rt Hon. the Lord Mayor of X or The Rt Worshipful the Lord Mayor of X My Lord Mayor "My Lord Mayor"
Mayor The Rt Worshipful the Mayor of X or The Worshipful the Mayor of X or His Worship the Mayor of X Dear Mr Mayor "Your Worship"
Alderman Mr Alderman A. B. Dear Mr B. "Mr B."
Councillour Mr Councillour A. B. Dear Mr B. "Mr B."