Lord of Mann

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The title Lord or Lady of Mann (Çhiarn Vannin) is used on the Isle of Man to refer to the island's Lord Proprietor and head of state.wikipedia
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Isle of Man

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The title Lord or Lady of Mann (Çhiarn Vannin) is used on the Isle of Man to refer to the island's Lord Proprietor and head of state.
The head of state, Queen Elizabeth II, holds the title of Lord of Mann and is represented by a lieutenant governor.

Isle of Man Purchase Act 1765

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This right of 'Lord Proprietor' was revested into the Crown by the Isle of Man Purchase Act 1765 for £70,000 and a £2000 annuity, and hence ceased to exist separately.
3 c. 26), also known as the Act of Revestment, purchased the feudal rights of the Dukes of Atholl as Lords of Man over the Isle of Man, and revested them into the British Crown.

Loyal toast

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For these reasons, the correct formal usage, as used on the Isle of Man for the Loyal Toast, is The Queen, Lord of Mann.
Other unique cases exist in places such as Lancashire, where the salute may be "Ladies and gentlemen, The Queen, Duke of Lancaster"; in Jersey and Guernsey, where residents will informally say "La reine, notre duc" ("The Queen, our Duke"); on the Isle of Man, where "The Queen, Lord of Mann," is said; and in Cornwall where it is traditional to toast "The Queen and The Duke of Cornwall".

Elizabeth de Vere, Countess of Derby

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She was the Lord of Mann from 1612 to 1627, and prior to holding the title, she had taken over many administrative duties appertaining to the Isle of Man's affairs.

Lord proprietor

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The title Lord or Lady of Mann (Çhiarn Vannin) is used on the Isle of Man to refer to the island's Lord Proprietor and head of state.
The British monarch, in his or her capacity as Sovereign Lord of Mann, is considered to be the Lord Proprietor of the Isle of Man.

Elizabeth II

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The current holder of the title is Elizabeth II.
In each of her realms she has a distinct title that follows a similar formula: Queen of Jamaica and her other realms and territories in Jamaica, Queen of Australia and her other realms and territories in Australia, etc. In the Channel Islands and Isle of Man, which are Crown dependencies rather than separate realms, she is known as Duke of Normandy and Lord of Mann, respectively.

King of Mann

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Since 1399, the kings and lords of Mann were vassals of the kings of England, and subsequently of Great Britain and the United Kingdom, who was the ultimate sovereign of the island.
Edward Stanley, 3rd Earl of Derby, the son of Thomas Stanley, 2nd Earl of Derby, did not take the style 'King', and he and his successors were generally known instead as Lord of Mann.

Henry Stanley, 4th Earl of Derby

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Lord Derby inherited his peerages, the title Lord of Mann and the offices of Lord Lieutenant of Lancashire and Cheshire.

William Stanley, 6th Earl of Derby

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In 1598, a succession dispute between the daughters of Ferdinando and their uncle, William, Earl of Derby was heard by the Privy Council.
While retaining the title of Lord of Mann, Derby passed the administration of the Isle of Man to his niece, Anne Stanley.

James Stanley, 7th Earl of Derby

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He assisted in the administration of the Isle of Man and in 1627 was appointed Lord of Mann, a position first awarded in 1405 by King Henry IV to his ancestor John Stanley (c.

Duke of Atholl

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In 1828 all remaining property interests and rights of the Dukes of Atholl on the island were sold to HM Treasury, a department of the British government, for the sum of £417,144,.
In 1736 he also succeeded his kinsman James Stanley, 10th Earl of Derby as 7th Baron Strange and as Lord of Mann.

Lieutenant Governor of the Isle of Man

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The Lord of Mann is now represented by the Lieutenant Governor of the Isle of Man.
This proposal was sent to the British Department of Constitutional Affairs for submission to HM Queen Elizabeth II, Lord of Mann, for approval.

History of the Isle of Man

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This right of 'Lord Proprietor' was revested into the Crown by the Isle of Man Purchase Act 1765 for £70,000 and a £2000 annuity, and hence ceased to exist separately.
In 1764 he was succeeded by his only surviving child Charlotte, Baroness Strange, and her husband, John Murray, who (in right of his wife) became Lord of Mann.

Head of state

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The title Lord or Lady of Mann (Çhiarn Vannin) is used on the Isle of Man to refer to the island's Lord Proprietor and head of state.

Vassal

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Since 1399, the kings and lords of Mann were vassals of the kings of England, and subsequently of Great Britain and the United Kingdom, who was the ultimate sovereign of the island.

List of English monarchs

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Since 1399, the kings and lords of Mann were vassals of the kings of England, and subsequently of Great Britain and the United Kingdom, who was the ultimate sovereign of the island.

Kingdom of Great Britain

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Since 1399, the kings and lords of Mann were vassals of the kings of England, and subsequently of Great Britain and the United Kingdom, who was the ultimate sovereign of the island.

United Kingdom

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Since 1399, the kings and lords of Mann were vassals of the kings of England, and subsequently of Great Britain and the United Kingdom, who was the ultimate sovereign of the island.

Sovereign

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Since 1399, the kings and lords of Mann were vassals of the kings of England, and subsequently of Great Britain and the United Kingdom, who was the ultimate sovereign of the island.

The Crown

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This right of 'Lord Proprietor' was revested into the Crown by the Isle of Man Purchase Act 1765 for £70,000 and a £2000 annuity, and hence ceased to exist separately.

Queen Victoria

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However, during her reign, Queen Victoria was styled as Lady of Mann.