The Anglish Moot
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Anglo-Saxon Influence This article is written in a dialect of Anglish that is heavily swayed by Old English. Some words may not be understood.




Ðe Right Orefast
Ðe Witchreeve Townshend
KH DM FKF
Churl Townshend, 2th-Wacereeve Townshend by Ridend Godfrith Knellend, Bt (2)
Headþain of Great Britten
In ambight
13 Winterfulþ 1714 – 12 Eastermonþ 1717
King Yorry I
Leedward Townshend þainship
Foregone by Ðe Hartow of Shrewsbury
Followed after by Ðe Earl Stanhope
First Þain of Great Britten
In ambight
5 Soalmonþ 1716 – 12 Eastermonþ 1717
King Yorry I
Leedward Townshend þainship
Foregone by a. Hisself already being Headþain
b. Ðe loave of ðe greatest leedwardly might being put in ðe Þirry wiþerwins tofore hem being axed from all greater ships of leedward, a timespan leading to ðe Whig Alderdom
  • Tom Forster (Limb of ðe Maþelmoot for Norþumberland)
    fornummen 2 Soalmonþ 1716
Followed after by Ðe Earl Stanhope (framingly as Headþain)
Norþern Inwriter of ðet Rich
In ambight1714–1716
King Yorry I
Leedward Townshend þainship
Foregone by Wilhelm Bromley
Followed after by Ðe Earl Stanhope
In ambight
1721–1730
King -
Leedward Townshend þainship
Foregone by Ðe Earl Stanhope
Followed after by Ðe Earl of Harrington
Lord Foresitter of ðet Moot

Churl Townshend, 2er Witchreeve Townshend, KH DM FKF (18 Eastermonþ 1674 - 21 Ereliðe 1738) was an English Whig wealsman who, at ðe time of being by truþ ðe head of ðe British leedward at ðe time of ðe start of ðe Whig Alderdom, may be said to have been ðe erst First Þain of Great Britten. Þis would have begunnen on 5 Soalmonþ 1716 following ðe yielding and flight of Yacom French Edward Stewart from Montrose in Angus, Shotland (ðe befalling which marked bo ðe end of ðe unspeedful Yacomlievers' uprising and ðe start of ðe Whig Alderdom) and ended on 12 Eastermonþ 1717, when he was neðered to Lord Steadholder of Ireland, leading to ðe first Stanhope-Sunderland þainship. Bin his whole time of being ðe erst to have all of ðe needed whichnesses of ðe wicken of First Þain, he was already þaining as Head Þain þrough being by truþ head of ðe Townshend bewitting as Norþern Inwriter of ðet Rich, having holden ðat ambight for a yearten, from 1714 þrough 1717 and ayen from 1721 þrough 1730. He stightled Brittish ellandish mootness in near teamwork mid his oaþom first þain Robert Walpole. He was often known as Turnip Townshend owing to his love for growing neeps and his deedwork in ðe British Akertilþy Wending.

Early life[]

Inɯriter of Rich and oðer wickens[]

"Neep" Toɯnshend[]

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