New Everwick Stead
New York City
Ethel Foroned Landships
Landship New Everwick
Revetung English
Inwonername New Everwicker
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- Boroughreeve

Boroughreeve - Redeship
New Everwick Stead Redeship
Bill de Blasio
Settled 1624
Landswathe 468 miles² (land 303 miles²)
Befolking 8,537,673

New Everwick Stead (English: New York City) is the biggest stead in New Everwick Landship and the Foroned Landships of Nightland with a befolking of over 8 twisand dwellers. Found in the northeast of the ethel, New Everwick Stead is the Foroned Landship's trade and craft core.

First settled by the Netherlanders as New Amstledam, it was taken over by the English in 1664 and it's named changed to New Everwick, after James, Heretog of Everwick. It was the headstead of the Foroned Landships for five years from 1785 to 1790 and has been the ethel's biggest stead since 1790. In 1886, as a show of friendship, the French gifted to the Foroned Landships and the stead of New Everwick the Standbilth of Freedom, a 151 ft tall standbilth frealsing the selfhood of the ethel. Other landmarks of the stead are the Richland Building, the Crisler Building, Midly Ersh, Times Tey, Brooklyn Bridge, the World Trade Mid, which inholds the One World Trade Mid, and the Banded Lands headfourths. NES is also talked in it's 5 boroughs Bronck's Land, New Breukelen (or Brooklyn), Ilandland, Queens, and Mootish Iland.

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