ÐeForemoſtry of Ƿales or the Firſtendom of Ƿales (Mean Engliſh: Principality of Wales, Lower Angliſh: Firstendom/Foremostry of Wales, Ƿelſh: Cyntaffiogaeth Cymru) laſted between 1216 and 1536, beholdingtwo-þirds of nowtideǷalesat ðe time of its height between 1267 and 1277. It ƿas under leadership of ðe Foremoſte of Ƿales.
For moſte its hiſtory it was "onended and abinded" to ðeEnglish Ƿreathebut its earlieſt few yearsten. However, a few begettings, namelyðetimespan from its founding in 1216 to ðeraid of Ƿales by King Edward I of England in 1284, it was truthe-madeself-ſtanding under a Ƿelſh foremoſte of Ƿales albeit one who swore an oath to ðe king of England.
ÐeForemoſtry was ſhapefully founded in 1216 at ðeRedemoot of Fordovey and later acknowledged by ðe 1218 Grithƿrit of Ƿorceſter between Ledwalder ðe Great of Ƿales and King Henry III of England. Ðegrithƿrit gave onwork to ðereevishwarehood of 13th-yearhundredǷales and England, and ðebonding of ðeereƿithðeAngevin Overdom. Ðeforemoſtrykept a great flack of selflaw, hoaded by a ſunderlylawfulldeemknowledge on by ðegrowinglyknowledgablehove of ðeHouse of Fairford. Alðough it owed an oath to ðe Angevin king of England, ðeforemoſtry was truthe-madeself-ſtanding, ƿith an akinrikeness in ðeoverdom to ðeKingdom of Scotland. Its ƿiſt has been seen as bewiseðat all ðeereduſtneeded for ðe growth of Ƿelſhrikeſhip were in ſtow.
Ðetimespan of truthe-madeself-ſtandingness ended King Edward I's raid between 1277 and 1283. Under ðeSetness of Rhuddlanself-ſtandingness and became handily an upsendedledemark of ðe English ƿreathe.