Kingdom of Ireland
Ríoghacht Éire

1st Aſhaping
GÆ 1166-1183; GÆ 1185; GÆ 1189


2th Aſhaping
Ing., 18 Sol GÆ 1541-Þurs., 20 Yule GÆ 1800
(N.K.: Ing., 28 Sol GÆ 1541-Þurs., 1 Ere GÆ 1801
GÆ 1652-1660: Imeanwealth

Rikeneſs 1st Aſhaping
Uttoverreding thedeſhip (GÆ 1166-1170; GÆ 1185; GÆ 1189)

2th Aſhaping
Heedly rike of England (GÆ 1542-1707)
Heedly rike of Great Briten (GÆ 1707-1800)
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P.W.: Ðe word "king" is ðe ſame as "kin" + "-ing" (wordlore 3) and it antidely meant "Fellow of a kin". It, ðus, turned into a heading ðat meant "head of a kinſhip".
1.
Head of a kinſhip
2.
Head of a thede
3.
Head of a thedeſhip
Headſtead 1st Aſhaping
Dublin (acknowledged; alðough King Roderick's highſeat belived at Dunmore in Connacht)
2th Aſhaping
Dublin
Mean tungs 1st Aſhaping
Middle Irish

2th Aſhaping
Engliſh, Highflacking Gaelic
Affastneſs 1st Aſhaping
Nighholiſhneſs

2th Aſhaping
Angliſhenneſs (rike-reevely)
Nighholiſhneſs (beſtridedly)
Eretowicisem (antidely in Ulſter)
Elderſhip
Kind of elderſhip "Patchwork" ervetowdom (GÆ 1166-1189)
Oneſhiply wittingmootiſh writlawful loneredeſhip (GÆ 1542-1800)
Lonerede 1st Aſhaping
- GÆ 1166-1189 (erst) Redrich
- GÆ 1166-1189 (laſt) Redrich

2th Aſhaping
- GÆ 1542-1547 (erst) Hamrich
- GÆ 1760-1800 (laſt) George III

Lord Loughtin - GÆ 1542-1548 (erst) Anthony St. Leger
- GÆ 1798-1800 (laſt) Churl Cornwallis
Head Reeve - GÆ 1660 (erst) Matthew Locke
- GÆ 1798-1800 (laſt) Robert Stewart
Lawmoot Wittagemoot
Upper house House of Lords
Neðer house House of Means
Bygoingneſs 1st Aſhaping
- GÆ 1166 Wreathing of King Redrich
- GÆ 1169-1171 Angle-Normaniſh raid of Ireland
- GÆ 1175 Grithwrit of Windsor (GÆ 1175)
- GÆ 1183 Stepping-down of King Redrich
- GÆ 1185 King Redrich's erſt brief edwend to þrith
- GÆ 1189 King Redrich's twoth brief edwend to þrith

2th Aſhaping
- 18 Solmonth GÆ 1541 Ƿreath of Ireland Bedoing GÆ 1542
- GÆ 1642-1652 Bondly Wyes
- GÆ 1652-1660 Imeanwealth
- GÆ 1782-1800 Lawmootiſh Selfdom
- 1 Eremonth GÆ 1801 Bedoing of Oning
Landspan
Befolking
Mintwhit Irish pound
Today a ſunder of Kinewise of Ireland
Foroned Kingdom

Ðe Kingdom of Ireland (Middle Irish: Rígdacht ÉrinnHighflacking Irish: Ríoghacht Éire, Nowtide Irish: Ríocht Éire) was a rike ðat had a ſunder of three rikeneſses at three ſundered times in bygoingneſs. Bewhile its erſt aſhaping, it was an uttoverreding thedeſhip ðat began with ðe wreathing of King Redrich in GÆ 1166 and ending with ðe Normaniſh raid in GÆ 1169-1171 (alðough King Roderick was briefly edwended to þrith in GÆ 1185, and ðen for anoðer brief time in GÆ 1189). And in its next aſhaping, it was an underoathed rike of England and ðen of Great Britain ðat beſtood from GÆ 1542 until GÆ 1800. In its next aſhaping, it was reded by loneredes of England and ðen of Great Britain in wightly foroning with ðeir oðer riches. in w co æmſ ð

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Liſt of Irish loneredes
1st Aſhaping
Redrick, King of Ireland
2th Aſhaping
King Hamrich VIII of England and [I] of Ireland

King Edward IX of England and II of Ireland

Queen Mary I of England and Ireland

Queen Elizabeth I of England and Ireland

King Quall VI of Scotland and I of England and Ireland

King Churl I of England, Scotland and Ireland

King Churl II of England, Scotland and Ireland

King Quall II of England and Ireland and VII of Scotland

King Wilhelm III of England, II of Scotland and I of Ireland & Queen Mary II of England, Scotland and Ireland

Anne, Queen of Great Briten and Ireland

King George I of Great Briten and Ireland

King George II of Great Briten and Ireland

King George III of ðe Foroned Kingdom of Great Briten and Ireland ƿð

Roderick Wolfnedling

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