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Question 1: Similarly, the eldest son of the Marquess of Londonderry is styled ________, even though the Marquess is also the Earl Vane.
Richard Wellesley, 1st Marquess WellesleyHenry John Temple, 3rd Viscount PalmerstonGeorge CanningRobert Stewart, Viscount Castlereagh

Question 2: For example, the ________ is also the Earl of Arundel and the Lord Maltravers.
Duke of NorfolkEdward Fitzalan-Howard, 18th Duke of NorfolkDuke of SomersetDuke of York

Question 3: This title is granted to the ________ of a Laird (Lord) and is placed at the end of his or her name (example - Mr John Smith of Edinburgh, Younger).
JapanDenmarkMonarchyHeir apparent

Question 4: If the eldest daughter is also the ________ she may either hold the title "Younger" or the title "Maid".
DenmarkMonarchyHeir apparentJapan

Question 5: Thus a duke's wife is titled a "duchess", a marquess's wife a "marchioness", an earl's wife a "________", a viscount's wife a "viscountess" and a baron's wife a "baroness".
Royal and noble ranksCountMargravePrince

Question 6: ________ for the forms of address for use orally and in correspondence
Prince Edward, Duke of KentForms of address in the United KingdomAnne, Princess RoyalBaron

Question 7: The courtesy title is added before the person's name, as in the example of ________.
Winston ChurchillBenjamin DisraeliHarold MacmillanLord Randolph Churchill

Question 8: Another form of courtesy title is the ________ prefix of "Lord" before the name.
Telugu languageMister (Mr.)Tamil languageHonorific

Question 9: The ________ prefix of "The Lady" is granted to the daughters of Dukes, Marquesses and Earls.
Telugu languageTamil languageHonorificMister (Mr.)

Question 10: However, in 2003, Ashley was granted by ________ from Queen Elizabeth II the style and precedence that would have been his had his father survived to inherit the barony, becoming The Honourable Ashley Ponsonby.
John Parker, 6th Earl of MorleyRoyal Warrant of PrecedenceLaurence Villiers, 7th Earl of ClarendonPatrick Maitland, 17th Earl of Lauderdale







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