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|— Town of Austenasia —|
(Middle Scots: "Steadfast")
|Anthem: Cock O' The North|
|Country||Empire of Austenasia|
|Founded||12 July 2013|
|- Representative||Lord John Gordon, Viscount of Thetford|
|- Baron||Lord John Gordon, Viscount of Thetford|
|- Police Inspector||A. Bloomfield|
|- Total||1.3e-4 km2 (0 sq mi)|
|- Summer (DST)||BST (UTC+1)|
On 14 December 2010, John Gordon declared what would become Palasia independent from the United Kingdom as a micronation known as Preissland. This changed its name to Herculeum and then to Firdanor before being renamed again to Palasia in July 2012.
John Gordon opened negotiations on 1 July 2013 with Emperor Jonathan I on the prospect of joining Austenasia. After discussions on the form of administrative division Palasia would be, it was annexed as a Town by an Imperial Decree on 12 July 2013, with Lord John Gordon appointed its Acting Representative. On 8 October 2013, Parliament passed the Merryweather Security Act 2013, giving employees of Merryweather Security (a Palasian company) permission to defend Palasia and to engage in law enforcement duties in coordination with the Austenasian Police.
On 3 December 2014, Lord John arranged for the home of his grandparents to be annexed as the first Austenasian March with the name of Caldari. As a March of Palasia, Caldari is represented by Lord John in Parliament but is governed by its residents independently of Palasia Town Council.
Palasia is currently represented by Lord John Gordon in Parliament as its Representative.
List of Representatives
|Number||Picture||Name||Political party||Took office||Left office||Notes|
|1||Lord John Gordon, Viscount of Thetford||National Liberal Alliance||12 July 2013||Incumbent||Appointed Acting Representative of Palasia by Imperial Decree, and was elected Representative on 19 November 2013.|