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  1. Fraser McLean
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    Formal salutation in letters.

    I have to write a letter to a Duke. I know to address him as 'Your Grace', but how do I end ther letter before my signature where 'your sincerely', or 'yours faithfully' would normally be located?
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    Re: Formal salutation in letters.

    You start with "Dear Duke of xxxxx" and you end with Yours sincerely.

    See here : UK Parliament - How do you address a Lord?

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