howard at brazee.net
Wed Sep 14 14:29:15 BST 2011
On Sep 13, 2011, at 5:08 PM, Peter Granzeau wrote:
> I believe it was Henry VII who first became "Your Majesty" instead of "Your Grace". Note that he was the first non-Plantagent Kind of England.
I tend to laugh at such titles, especially when I look at their origins. And especially when I look at the titles used for a "humble" position such as a church official. "The Most Reverend" is a title?
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