What did the Charter of Liberties grant to Pennsylvania colonists?

The Charter of Liberties was signed in 1100 by Henry I of England and was the forerunner of the Magna Carta. It listed 14 points that were essential rights of an Englishman most of which dealt with the relationship between the church and the State so it can be said to have created the foundation for William Penn's grant of a degree of religious tolerance in the new Colony of Pennsylvania.