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 ship of Form Þain ðas Eaneden Kingriches was not set up as an outcome of a lone deed; it came into being ſlowly and kindfully over þree hundred years owing to talesome Deeds of Maþelmoot, wieldcraftly unfoldings, and mishaps of yore.

Groundlines[]

For ðe ſundry hoads who foresat over ðere leedward of England and afterwards Great Britten at ðer queem of ðe onewolder, wontly with ſaid onewolder's þaving, before ðere leedward under Roþbert Walpole as Form Þain in GÆ 1721, ſeeth Liſt of Engliſh headthains.

Whartfly Settling[]

Seeth also: Whartfly Settling

Since ðe wicken of form þain was not willfully aſhapen, ðere bith no cleansniþen telmark when its orwallowing began. A meaningful ſtarting ord, however, bith GÆ 1688–89, when Yacom II fled England and ðet Mathelmoot of England ſtarkened Wilhelm II and Marry II as fayed groundiſet rixers, setting forþ eas ðat fettered her alderdom and ðat of her aftergangers.

Maþomhouse Bench[]

Standing Behest 66[]

Early form þains[]

Unwickeny form þains[]

Erſt fully-acknowledged form þain[]

Waver and forquid[]

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