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A charter of Swæfheard's dated 691 is also of interest as it indicates that Æthelred had invaded Kent ; it has been suggested that Æthelred intended to place Wilfrid in the Archbishop's seat at Canterbury, but if so he was unsuccessful.
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A charter purporting to be from King Æthelberht, dated 28 April 604, survives in the Textus Roffensis, as well as a copy based on the Textus in the 14th-century Liber Temporalium.
Ye Olde Man & Scythe in Bolton is mentioned by name in a charter of 1251, but the current building is dated 1631.
Encouraged by his nephews Pepin II and Charles, King of Provence, Louis invaded in 858 ; Charles the Bald could not even raise an army to resist the invasion and fled to Burgundy ; in that year, Louis issued a charter dated " the first year of the reign in West Francia.
By a charter dated on 17 July 1051 is noted that Richeza participated in the reorganization of the Ezzonen properties.
According to a charter dated 775, the former abbot of Selsey, Bishop Eadberht of Selsey ( c. 705 x? 709 )-( 716 x?
Nunna's last surviving charter, which is dated 714 in error for 717, is witnessed by a King Æðelstan.
One charter is precisely dated to 1 April 675 in the first year of Hlothhere ’ s reign, which conflicts with accession date attributed to him by Bede.
Emperor Ludwig later legitimized Jan Cordeken, Lord of Glymes and the charter dated to 27 August 1344 lists John II as the father and Elisabeth Gortygin as his mother.
In 1112, at the age of 16, Roger began his personal rule, being named " now knight, now Count of Sicily and Calabria " in a charter document dated June 12, 1112.
There is a charter of Hywel's which has been dated to c. 885 ; amongst the witnesses is one " Asser ", which may be the same person.
Asser's first appearance in the position is in 900, when he appears as a witness to a charter ; hence the succession can only be dated to the years 890 to 900.
Prior to the 19th century the area now forming the Borough was practically unoccupied: very few of the present settlements were mentioned in the Domesday Book, although the village of Bexley has a charter dated 814CE.
The refoundation is what lies behind an exceptionally elaborate charter for Pershore, dated 972, in which King Edgar is presented as granting new lands and privileges as well as confirming old ones, such as the one granted by Coenwulf.
There is little contemporary information for her life, but in a Winchester charter dated 939, she was the beneficiary of land at Droxford in Hampshire granted by her half-brother King Athelstan.
The East Saxons did return to the Mercian orbit over the next few years: a charter of Æthelred's, dated between 693 and 704, shows him granting land to Wealdhere, the bishop of London, and in 704 Æthelred consented to a grant made by Swæfheard.
The charter, made from Thame, is dated between 673 and 675, and it was probably Egbert's death that triggered Wulfhere's intervention.
Coenwulf styled himself " King of the Mercians and the Province of Kent " ( rex Merciorum atque provincie Cancie ) in a charter dated 809.
Ælfthryth is more reliably established as Coenwulf's wife, again from charter evidence ; she is recorded on charters dated between 804 and 817.
Ine may not have recovered any of the lands north of the Thames that had belonged to the West Saxons under previous kings, but it is known that he controlled the southern bank: a charter dated 687 shows him giving land to the church at Streatley on the Thames and at nearby Basildon.
In a charter dated 25 July 1378 the king decreed that Coldingham Priory would no longer be a daughter house of the English Durham Priory but was to be attached to Dunfermline Abbey.
One charter from Pamplona, dated 29 September 1023, is witnessed by Sancho's mother, Jimena Fernández, his wife Mayor, her children, listed García, Ferdinand then Gonzalo, and their brother, the illegitimate Ramiro.
A later charter from the monastery of San Pedro de Cardeña, dated 1 January 1030, explicits lists Sancho as king in León ( the overlord of Castile ) and Ferdinand as count in Castile.
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A petition bearing the signatures of more than 1,700 Johnston taxpayers was presented to the town council last night as what is hoped will be the first step in obtaining a home rule charter for the town.
`` There is not now, nor has there ever been in Emory University's charter or by-laws any requirement that students be admitted or rejected on the basis of race, color or creed.
The first charter of human rights by Cyrus the Great as understood in the Cyrus cylinder is often seen as a reflection of the questions and thoughts expressed by Zarathustra and developed in Zoroastrian schools of thought of the Achaemenid Era of Iranian history.
Along with the Chicago Bears, the club is one of two NFL charter member franchises still in operation since the league's founding.
* 1606 – The Charter of the Virginia Company of London is established by royal charter by James I of England with the purpose of establishing colonial settlements in North America.
Reference to a market at Abergavenny is found in a charter granted to the Prior by William de Braose ( d. 1211 ).
Though the origin is ambiguous, the draughtsman of the charter issued by Æthelstan used the term in a way that can only mean ' wide ruler '.
File: London 307. JPG | Room 52-The Cyrus Cylinder ; is regarded by many as the world ’ s first documented charter of human rights
In the United Kingdom and parts of the Commonwealth of Nations, a city is traditionally a settlement with a royal charter.
There is no economic activity ( except for a significant but as yet unquantified charter fishing and diving industry ), and only a staff of three or four people to run the meteorological station on Willis Island ( South Islet ), established in 1921.
He witnessed a charter with Æthelstan at Buckingham on 934 in which he is described as subregulus, that is a king acknowledging Æthelstan's overlordship.
He is still seeking greater autonomy from China, although Dolma Gyari, deputy speaker of the parliament-in-exile has stated " If the middle path fails in the short term, we will be forced to opt for complete independence or selfdetermination as per the UN charter ".
Dartmouth is governed by a Board of Trustees comprising the College president ( ex officio ), the state governor ( ex officio ), 13 trustees nominated and elected by the board ( called " charter trustees "), and eight trustees nominated by alumni and elected by the board (" alumni trustees ").
It is often pointed out that the charter of Dartmouth College, granted to Eleazar Wheelock in 1769, proclaims that the institution was created " for the education and instruction of Youth of the Indian Tribes in this Land in reading, writing and all parts of Learning ... as well as in all liberal Arts and Sciences ; and also of English Youth and any others.
The club is a charter member of the American League, one of four clubs ( with the Boston Red Sox, Chicago White Sox and Cleveland Indians ) still located in its original city.
Over 10 % of Swedish pupils were enrolled in charter schools in 2008 and the number is growing fast, leading the country to be viewed as a pioneer of the model.
A charter member of the United Nations, France holds one of the permanent seats in the Security Council and is a member of most of its specialized and related agencies.
An English charter from 936 AD displays the name Frigedune, which means " Valley of Frig ," thus implying that Friden in Derbyshire is named after Frigg.
* 1693 – The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia is granted a charter by King William III and Queen Mary II.
To back the campaign, 123 MPs ( including Prime Minister Tony Blair ) signed a charter which stated: Graffiti is not art, it's crime.
Domestic flights: are available through Sunrise Airways which is Haiti's largest airline for the general public offering scheduled, as well as, charter flights.
The preamble of the charter provides that the members " reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights, in the equal rights of men and women " and Article 1 ( 3 ) of the United Nations charter states that one of the purposes of the UN is: " to achieve international cooperation in solving international problems of an economic, social, cultural, or humanitarian character, and in promoting and encouraging respect for human rights and for fundamental freedoms for all without distinction as to race, sex, language, or religion ".