| Holy Lucy|
Saint Lucia (Mean English)
"The Land, The People, The Light"
"The Land, The Folk, The Light"
"Sons and Daughters of Saint Lucia"
"Sons and Daughters of Holy Lucy"
| Oneness Ledeward Forfastening Kingship
|1 Miremonth 1967|
22 Mudmonth 1979
- In full
|Whole Homeland Output|
- In full
- By fellow
| 2018 guessing:
|Yield||East Strongsea Bit of Eight ($) (XCD)|
Holy Lucy (Mean English: Saint Lucia; French: Saint-Lucie) is a selfstanding iland ethel in the West Indlands in the eastern Strongsea on the border with the High Evensea. A bit of the Lesser Fore-Ilands, it is found north and northeast of the iland of Holy Vincent, northwest of Beardedland and Bloomland.
The French were the iland's first Evelandish settlers. They signed a deal with the inborn Strongfolk in 1660. England took leadership of the iland from 1663 to 1667. In the following years, it was at war with Frankric fourteen times, and the leadership of the iland switched often (it was led seven times each by the French and the British). In 1814, the British took thorough might over the iland. For switching so oft between British and French might, Holy Lucy was known as the "Helen of the West Indlands" after the Greekish wonderloric hoad, Helen of Troy.
A lawmoot of spokesmen was founded in 1840 (allmean choosing was founded in 1953). From 1958 to 1962, the iland was a belonger of the West Indlands Band. On 22 Mudmonth 1979, Holy Lucy became a selfstanding ethel and a belonger of the Meanwealth of Lands. Holy Lucy is a melded lawship meaning it has a layout of law grounded in share of both folklaw and the English mean law. The Folklaw Writ of Holy Lucy of 1867 was grounded in the Streamneck Folklaw Writ of 1866, as given by the English mean law-kind lawing. It is also a belonger of the Worldwide Fellowship of Frenchspeaking.