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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_honorifics

Kings of France used the honorific Sire, princes Monseigneur. ... Monsieur le duc/ Madame la duchesse, non-royal princes ...

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If the court happens to be that of Louis le Grand, the Sun King, addressing ... the person you are addressing is some sort of Highness (including Royal and ...

www.formsofaddress.info/INT.html

In my book I cover forms of address for current royalty and nobility, but not ...... I am addressing a formal letter in French to a member of the French Senate as ...

www.heraldica.org/topics/france/frroyal.htm

In general, a titled person was called Monsieur le duc de .... See the French royal genealogy to see the titles given to children.

edwardthesecond.blogspot.com/2007/06/titles-forms-of-address-names-letters.html

Jun 15, 2007 ... For the record, kings of England were not known as 'your majesty' until Henry VIII - who else?? - copied the king of France, who had copied the ...

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Three Methods:Addressing Royalty in PersonAddressing a Letter to Royalty Behaving .... For example, France, Italy and Russia had and still have princes and ...

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How to Address a Letter to France. Postal systems between countries can differ greatly. The French mail system, called "La Poste," delivers mail throughout ...

www.fusac.fr/french-letter-writing

In college you memorized the name of every Gallic king going back to ... very well , Chère Madame,) when addressing a mademoiselle “of,” as the French say, ...

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