The archives also include the royal charter issued in 1819.
The town was incorporated under a royal charter issued in 1709.
In 1665, the Crown issued a second charter to resolve territorial questions.
He issued a further charter related to land in the Dengie peninsula.
The expression was documented for the first time in a charter issued in 1217.
A charter issued in 1443 already recorded the settlement as on oppidum.
In 693 the four brothers witnessed a charter issued by their father Oshere.
In 1914 the local council was issued a second-class charter, as it did not have a professional scout executive.
This was the first charter issued in Ontario in several decades.
He issued a charter, dated 762 in error for 765, as Osmundus.