do somebody justice (or 'do justice to sb') - current
serve somebody right - current in the twentieth century, I'd guess, though not for the last few years. Not specifically Victorian, but a bit dated. Nurses (the sort of maidservant who looked after young children - think of Mary Poppins ) used to say 'serves you right' or 'that'll teach you'
to one's likings - current, but no S (the S might be due to a false analogy with 'by one's lights' (=according to ones beliefs))
Student or Learner