Debrett's peerage and baronetage

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Charles Kidd, David Williamson
Debrett's Peerage, 1985 - History - 1310 pages
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The book, commonly known simply as "Debrett's," is one of the two surviving works documenting the British peerage and baronetage. Families are arranged by title and all branches with living ... Read full review

Debrett's peerage and baronetage: comprises information concerning the royal family, the peerage and baronetage

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First published in 1769 and revised every five years, this is a comprehensive guide to titled nobility in the United Kingdom. More than 2500 heraldic entries offer brief, biographical data and list ... Read full review

Contents

Clubs Referred to in the Work
33
Forms of Addressing Persons of Title
39
Foreign and Commonwealth Orders
47
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