A delegation of civic dignitaries travelled to London to campaign on Bootle's behalf, and a charter of incorporation
for the borough was granted by Queen Victoria in 1869.
superficially like the modern revocation movement, Leggett wrote in 1834 that he would oppose "the granting or renewing of any special charter of incorporation
whatever, no matter who may be the applicants, or what the objects of the association.
7, 1933 with issuance of a charter of incorporation
for Hospital Care Association.
The IRS offered as evidence of a recapitalization certain (post-takeover) amendments made to NSC's Charter of Incorporation
that reduced the amount of previously authorized stock.
d) As in Green Bay, the charter of incorporation
must positively prohibit the team from moving to another city.
During the war with Spain he invested in some very successful speculative ventures, and he was invited to invest PS500 in the East India Company in its Charter of Incorporation
- granted by Queen Elizabeth I in 1600.
It was January 20, 1345, that King Edward III granted the men of Coventry their charter of incorporation
TIt was in this year that the ratepayers of the town successfully petitioned the Queen for a charter of incorporation
under the Municipal Corporations (New Charters) Act of 1877.
In 1938, the Pageant of Birmingham was held at Aston Park to celebrate the centenary of the Charter of Incorporation
, which made Birmingham a borough.