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Ladies and Gentlemen,

When I wrote comments in this Blog,I have addressed 'The Count of Mangrove' as my signature. However,I think that the signature is so long.
I will address 'Lord Mangrove' as my signature in the future.

<Correction>
I will write 'Hide D' as my signature in the future.

Best Regards,
  1. 2005/04/14(木) 02:01:40|
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As for the 'signature',

If you would sign as a peer or nobleman, just 'Mangrove'.
If Count of Mangrove is a sovereign count, perhaps 'Mangrove C'.
  1. 2005/04/14(木) 10:06:06 |
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Is this right?

Dear Mr.dzlfox

I declare 'The Count of Mangrove' is Sovereign Count.
Therefore,I will address 'Mangrove C' as my signature.

Thank you.
  1. 2005/04/14(木) 12:18:34 |
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No. I found my mistake. Your Highness's real name is Hide, so that you would sign 'Hide C'. Sorry.
  1. 2005/04/14(木) 13:13:18 |
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Dear Mr.dzlfox

Thank you.

By the way, I can address my signature 'Hide D' if I am Ruling Duke?
And if I am Sovereign Prince or Margrave or Marquis, what signature can I address?
  1. 2005/04/14(木) 19:49:00 |
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Following the English custom as in the Kings/Queens and Prince of Wales, probably so, that is, 'Hide D'. Here, D meant Dux. I don't know, however, the Continental examples. Pray see the details about English/British signatures in my blog.
BTW, 'signature' is not to be addressed, but to be written. You probably should say, sir, 'I can write my signature as "Hide D",' for example.
  1. 2005/04/14(木) 21:15:03 |
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Dear Mr.dzlfox

Thank you for your comment.
I have read the sentence about English/British signatures in your Blog.
I have understood about what you say.

>'signature' is not to be addressed, but to be written

Thank you. I will be careful when I write English.

Best Regards,
  1. 2005/04/14(木) 23:43:26 |
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Correction!

I said that 'The County of Mangrove' is ruled under "The Duchy of Southisland" before. Therefore, I declare 'The Count of Mangrove' is not sovereign count. 'The Count of Mangrove' is the title of nobleman.

According to Mr.dzlfox's Blog, I write my signature 'Mangrove' in this case. However, I hold the title 'The Duke of Southisland' as sovereign. For sovereign, they write their signature in real name with Initial of Latin title. Therefore, I declare that I will write my signature 'Hide D' in the future. 'D' means 'Dux' in Latin of 'Duke'.

Thank you,
  1. 2005/04/16(土) 22:47:00 |
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