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Serene Highness

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  • Therefore his Serene Highness is graciously pleased to place confidence in his conducting himself as becomes an honourable official of a princely house.

    Joseph Haydn

  • "One of the family -- for so his Serene Highness calls him."

    The Battle of the Strong — Volume 3 A Romance of Two Kingdoms

  • "One of the family -- for so his Serene Highness calls him."

    The Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Gilbert Parker

  • "One of the family -- for so his Serene Highness calls him."

    The Battle of the Strong — Complete A Romance of Two Kingdoms

  • "All the gentlemen have gone out, and his Serene Highness himself rode past long ago."

    War and Peace

  • A party, accordingly, presented themselves, one fine morning, at the hotel which had the honour to contain his Serene Highness, demanding access to his person, in the name of the police.

    A Residence in France

  • “Well, then, convince me of this, and his Serene Highness shall have permission to remain here as long as he pleases.”

    A Residence in France

  • “His Serene Highness, having never left France, cannot have re-entered it.”

    A Residence in France

  • However, all were ready at last to go to the bridal, only waiting for Matzke Bork, the princely chamberlain, who had promised, if possible, to be present at the marriage, along with his Serene Highness himself, Duke

    Sidonia, the Sorceress : the Supposed Destroyer of the Whole Reigning Ducal House of Pomerania — Volume 2

  • It is considered unnecessary to detail the services required of the said Joseph Heyden more particularly, since his Serene Highness is pleased to hope that he will of his own free will strictly observe not only these regulations, but all others that may from time to time be made by his Highness, and that he will place the orchestra on such a footing, and in such good order, that he may bring honour upon himself, and deserve the further favour of the Prince, his master, who thus confides in his zeal and discretion.

    Joseph Haydn

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