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Claus Paarss
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She oikagh caggee as fer oik Danvargagh va'n Ard-chaptan Claus Enevold Paarss (18 Toshiaght Arree 1683 – 26 Boaldyn 1762). Tra dirree eh magh ass oik,[1] v'eh pointit myr kiannoort Ghreenlynn liorish y Ree Ferdorraghey IV eddyr ny bleeantyn 1728 as 1730.[2]

Va Paarss ruggit ayns Thy 'sy Danvarg–Norlynn ayns 1683. Ren eh anney lhong chaggee Ghanvargagh as tree[3] ny kiare lhongyn dys "Haabets Koloni" Hans Egede er Kangeq, ren eh scughey dys boayl er y çheer vooar ny noi va shickyrit echey fo'n ennym "Godt-Haab",[2] haink dy ve enmyssit myr Godthåb as, eisht, Nuuk. Va e phossan coloinee jeant ass feed dy hidooryn, tree sarjantyn, as daa 'er oik ass corps gunneyderyn y Danvarg, goll rish daa chimmagh caggee jeig, jeih moiraghyn gyn poosey, as daa ven-chimmee lhisagh ve poosit rish y cheilley rere cronyn. Chammah's shen, hug eh dussan dy chabbil lesh.[1]

Erreish da talleydys y chur sheese,[3] dob Paarss daa cheayrt yn ellan y hroailtaghey voish Keyllys Sailley Ameralik as eh shirrey cooid as kiangley dys soiaghey sheiltynit y y Choloin Hiar Loghlynagh. Hreeal eh scheim dy chlannaghey Greelynn liorish lught ooasle Danvargagh lhieggit as nyn lughtyn thie er bun ny coloinyn Frangagh 'sy Chanadey.[1] Ec y traa cheddin, hooar daeed jeh ny coloinee echey baase voish y vrooan marrey ny cooishyn elley, chur rish treigeilys y choloin feeu ec ny Greenlynnee ghooghyssagh hene.[2]

Hooar Paarss baase ayns Korsør ayns 1762.

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  1. a b c Marquardt, Ole. "Change and Continuity in Denmark's Greenland Policy" ayns The Oldenburg Monarchy: An Underestimated Empire?. Verlag Ludwig (Kiel), 2006.
  2. a b c Mirsky, Jeannette. To the Arctic!: The Story of Northern Exploration from Earliest Times. Univ. of Chicago Press, 1998.
  3. a b Cranz, David & al. The History of Greenland: including an account of the mission carried on by the United Brethren in that country. Longman, 1820.