Coondaeghyn jesh-chliaghtagh Hostyn

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Gow gys: stiureydys, ronsee
Coondaeghyn jesh-chliaghtagh Hostyn
Enmyn elley: Coondaeghyn çheer-oaylleeagh
Ronney Ardjyn Aachaptanys
Thalloo Sostyn
Aarheynn jeh Ardjyn
Earroo 48 (ec 2009)
Rheam pobbleyn 8,000–7,548,600
Rheam eaghtyryn 3–8,611 km²
Rheam glooaghtyn 62–4,806/km²

Ta coondaeghyn jesh-chliaghtagh Hostyn nyn ardjyn Hostyn as Çhiarn Aachaptan oc. T'ad er nyn meenaghey ec y reiltys myr coondaeghyn as ardjyn er son y Lieutenancies Act 1997 bentyn rish coondaeghyn moirvaljagh as neuvoirvaljagh Hostyn. Ta ymmyd çheer-oaylleeaght jeant jeu dy mennick, as myr shen, t'ad cur coondaeghyn çheer-oaylleeagh orroo ny keayrtyn.[1]

Caslys-çheerey[reagh]


Cha nel Ard-Valley Lunnin ry-akin

Meenaghey[reagh]

Ta'n Lieutenancies Act 1997 meenaghey coondaeghyn er son Aachaptanys rere ardjyn gurneilys ynnydagh crooit ec y Local Government Act 1972 lhiasit. Ga nagh vel yn ennym ry-akin 'sy Clattys hene, t'ad cur "Coondaeghyn Jesh-chliaghtagh" orroo. Rere Schedule 1, meer 2–5 lhiasit 2009, t'ad meenit:[2] [3][4]

Ardjyn aachaptanys 1890[reagh]

Jeeagh er[reagh]

Imraaghyn[reagh]

  1. History of the counties. Jonathan Rawle (2007). Feddynit er 2007-12-08.
  2. Schedule 1: Counties and areas for the purposes of the lieutenancies in Great Britain. Lieutenancies Act 1997. Office of Public Sector Information (1997-03-19). Feddynit er 2007-12-08.
  3. Lord-Lieutenants. The Local Government Changes for England (Lord-Lieutenants and Sheriffs) Order 1997. Office of Public Sector Information (1997-08-12). Feddynit er 2009-03-22.
  4. The Local Government (Structural Changes) (Miscellaneous Amendments and Other Provision) Order 2009. The Local Government (Structural Changes) (Miscellaneous Amendments and Other Provision) Order 2009 (SI 2009/837). Office of Public Sector Information (2009). Feddynit er 2009-05-10.
  5. The Avon (Structural Change) Order 1995 (S.I. 1995/493) Part III: New Counties. Office of Public Sector Information (1995). Feddynit er 2009-03-12.