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These are the official documents of the East India Trading Company, and their meanings.

Charters

Founding Charter

Governor and Company of Merchants of London Trading into the East Indies

31 December 1600

This document is a petition and request for a charter to found a company of traders, and to sail to India under the flag of Great Britain. I, Sir James Lancaster, solemnly swear to serve Queen Elizabeth I, and any furthermore monarchs of England. With this signed charter, permission is hereby granted to start the East India [Trading] Company.

Signed,

Sir James Lancaster

Queen Elizabeth Tudor

Current Possession: King George II

Charter to Establish Foothold in India

Charter to Establish Factories Under Permission of Emperor Nuruddin Salim Jahangir

1612

This charter hereby grants permission to build and establish factories under the direction of the Indian emperor, Nuruddin Salim Jahangir. With this signed charter, Sir Thomas Roe of the East India [Trading] Company is hereby granted rights to establish English foothold in the foreign land of India.

Signed,

Sir Thomas Roe

King James Stuart I

Current Possession: King George II (Original copy), Lord Jeremiah Garland Pond (second copy)

Charter to Establish a New World Company

Charter to Establish Foothold in the Caribbean Sea

1697

This charter hereby establishes the ability of a settler fleet to launch from England to Port Royal, under the direct command of Sir Samuel Harrington, in the name of Great Britain and the East India [Trading] Company. Along with this fleet, all necessary supplies, soldiers, and economic papers may be shipped as well.

Signed,

Sir Samuel Arthur Percival Aberforth Harrington

Captain Giratina Origin Forme

King William Stuart III

Current Possession: King George II (original copy), Lord Samuel Harrington, Lord Giratina Forme, and Lord Pablo Swordmaster (holder of second copies)

Charter's 1st Renewal

1704

Due to the time limit having run out of the Charter to Establish Foothold in the Caribbean Sea, the charter is up for renewal. Under grant of Queen Anne, Lord Samuel Harrington may launch a fleet at any time, with said supplies, under the name of Great Britain and the East India [Trading] Company. However, six months notice must be granted before launching said fleet to the New World. In addition, ten percent of all profits made off of natural resources must be sent to Her Majesty, Queen Anne.

Signed,

Lord Samuel Arthur Percival Aberforth Harrington

Commander Giratina Origin Forme

Lieutenant Commander Pablo Swordmaster

Queen Anne Stuart

Current Possession: King George II (original copy), Lord Samuel Harrington, Lord Giratina Forme, and Lord Pablo Swordmaster (holder of second copies)

Charter's 2nd Renewal

1710

Due to the unfortunate passing of Queen Anne Stuart, the Charter to Establish Foothold in the Caribbean Sea must be granted by the newest monarch of the House of Hanover. All former conditions apply, with the add-on that twelve percent of all profits from East India [Trading] Company's selling of foreign goods we sent to His Majesty, King George Louis.

Signed,

Lord Samuel Arthur Percival Aberforth Harrington

Commander Giratina Origin Forme

Lieutenant Commander Pablo Swordmaster

King George Louis of Hanover

Current Possession: King George II (original copy), Lord Samuel Harrington, Lord Giratina Forme, and Lord Pablo Swordmaster (holder of second copies)

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