She put that point about the viscounty, which puzzled her, first of all.
You might suggest the viscounty as contingent on the marriage.
Henry refused this unless the repentant Norman would come to Court, but he offered a barony or viscounty without any condition.
But there are two titles, you ass; one an earldom, and the other a viscounty.
Southend had felt much the same thing over the matter of Harry and the viscounty.
In reward for his fine record his peerage was made a viscounty.
There are a number of magnificent old houses which have come down from the time when Valognes was a viscounty.
In February 1812 he was appointed commander-in-chief in the Channel, and in 1814 he was raised to a viscounty.
Argentan was a viscounty from the 11th century onwards; it was often taken and pillaged.
For the Courtenays, who had without protest accepted a baronetcy and a viscounty, their earldom was dead.