The Brazilian Empire: Along with the title of Emperor, Brazil also has the Duke of Mariarbo, Counts of Natal and Recife, along with forty marquis, which are left over from colonial marches. Just as with the U.P. these peers hold seats in the Brazilian Senaat, however they do not rule any province.
The Kingdom of Ceylon and Indian Empire: The newest titles are those of former colonial marches as well as the Count of Colombo; these are held by Ceylonese and Indians of direct European descent. On Ceylon, there is still the title of the King of Kandy, which is little more than a title. On the subcontinental mainland, dozens of Princely States exist within the Indian Empire, each ruled by a hereditary Prince who is subordinate to the Empress. These Princes hold a great deal of power within their own states, as well as their own seats in India’s very large Staaten-General.