The Anglish Moot
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Ðe Moundeing (Mean Engliſh: Protectorate) was ðe timespan bewhile ðe Imeanwealth (or, to loneredands, ðe Tweenredeſhip) when England and Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and ðe Engliſh overseas belongings were walded by a Lord Mounder (Lord Protector) as a kinewise. Ðe Moundeing began in GÆ 1653 when, following ðe break-up of ðe Beliving Wittingmoot and ðe Barebone's Wittingmoot, Olave Cromwell was affixed as Lord Mounde of ðe Meanwealth under ðe friſts of ðe Harp of Waldeſhip. In GÆ 1659, ðe Moundeing Wittingmoot was aſſundered by ðe Ytheened of Frith as Richard Cromwell, who had afterrun his faðer as Lord Mounde, was unable to keep wald of ðe Wittingmoot and ðe Landferd. Ðis marked ðe end of ðe Moundeing and ðe ſtart of a twoth timespan of rede by ðe Beliving Wittingmoot as ðe lawmaking and ðe Redemoot of Rich as ðe affening.

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