Did you know that the full title of the last Tsar of Russia was: "The Emperor and Autocrat of All Russia, Moscow, Kiev, Vladimir, Novgorod; Tsar of Kazan, Tsar of Astrakhan, Tsar of Poland, Tsar of Siberia, Tsar of Tavrichesky Chersonis, Tsar of Georgia; Sovereign of Pskov and Grand Duke of Smolensk, Lithuanian, Volyn, Podolsk and Finland; Prince of Estland, Livland, Courland and Semigalsk, Samogitsky, Bialystok, Korelsky, Tver, Yugorsky, Perm, Vyatsky, Bulgarian and others; Sovereign and Grand Duke of Novyagorod, Chernigov Ryazan, Polotsk, Rostov, Yaroslavl, Belozersky, Udora, Obdorsky, Kondiyskiy, Vitebskiy, Mstislavskiy and all northern countries, sovereign and Sovereign of Iversk, Kartala and Kabardin lands and regions of Armenia; Cherkassk and Turkic princes and other hereditary sovereign Heir to Norwegian, Duke of Schleswig-Golstinsky, Stornmarnsky, Dietmarsky and Oldenburgsky and other, and so on and so forth. "
In some law certain cases, an abbreviated form was used: “By God's advancing mercy, We, the Emperor and Autocrat of All Russia, Moscow, Kiev, Vladimir, Novgorod; Tsar of Kazan, Tsar of Astrakhan, Tsar of Poland, Tsar of Siberia, Tsar of Chersonis of Tauride, Tsar of Georgia, Grand Duke of Finland and others, and so on, and so on. "
There were also rules for addressing members of the imperial family and persons of noble origin:
"Your Imperial Majesty" - to the Emperor, Empress and Dowager Empress.
"Your Imperial Highness" - to the grand dukes (children and grandchildren of the emperor), and in 1797-1886. and to the great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren of the emperor.
"Your Highness" - to the princes of the imperial blood.
"Your Grace" - to the younger children of the emperor's great-grandchildren and their male descendants, as well as to the Most Serene Princes according to
"Your Excellency" - to princes, counts, dukes.
"Your Honor" - to the barons, marquises and all other nobles.