d) As in Green Bay, the charter of incorporation
must positively prohibit the team from moving to another city.
Coventry became a city in 1345 when King Edward III granted a Royal Charter of Incorporation
, meaning Coventry could now govern itself with a council and an elected mayor.
The Foundation Stone of St David's College was laid in 1822 and its first students were admitted on St David's Day, 1827, but the College's Royal Charter of Incorporation
was not completed until 1828 when it was sealed by King George IV.
Henry granted Sutton Coldeld a Charter of Incorporation
naming it a Royal Town in 1528 thanks to the inuence of Tudor churchman Bishop Vesey, who was born in Sutton Coldeld and became Henry VIII's chaplain and later Bishop of Exeter.
The story in brief is that Sutton's most famous son, John Harman, became chums with King Henry VIII and, as Bishop John Vesey, his Chaplain - securing thereby a Charter of Incorporation
for his home town and its right to be known 'for ever hereafter' as 'The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield'.
The work was to mark the 150th anniversary of the granting of Middlesbrough's Charter of Incorporation
The booklet has been created as part of the town's Centenary celebrations which celebrates 100 years of the town being granted the Royal Charter of Incorporation
in 1905, thus attaining County Borough status.
In 1877,Birkenhead's population had risen to 52,481and the town received its Charter of Incorporation
, the first local authority in Wirral to have the honour.
The Charter of Incorporation
in 1345 gave city folk the right to choose their own mayor, bailiffs and council.
In June this year, this effort was rewarded when Her Majesty the Queen approved an Order from the Privy Council granting the society a charter of incorporation