George Calvert and Cecilius Calvert: Barons Baltimore of Baltimore (Google eBook)

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Dodd, Mead, 1890 - Maryland - 181 pages
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Page 54 - That they cause all the Planters to build their houses in as decent and vniforme a manner as their abilities and the place will afford, & neere adioyning one to an other, and for that purpose to cause streetes to be marked out where they intend to place the towne and to oblige euery man to buyld one by an other according to that rule...
Page 147 - It is Enacted and Declared in the Name of his Highness the Lord Protector with the Consent and by the Authority of the present Generall Assembly that none who profess and Exercise the Popish Religion Commonly known by the Name of the Roman Catholick Religion can be protected in this Province...
Page 99 - Province so as they might have a General Toleration settled there by a law by which all of all sorts who professed Christianity in general might be at liberty to worship God in such manner as was most agreeable with their respective judgments and consciences without being subject to any penalties whatsoever for their so doing provided the civil peace were preserved.
Page 148 - That such as profess faith in God by Jesus Christ (though differing in judgment from the doctrine, worship or discipline publicly held forth) shall not be restrained from, but shall be protected in, the profession of the faith and exercise of their religion...
Page 148 - Counci.. and yet undetermined ; and whereas we are credibly informed, you have notwithstanding gone into his Plantation in Maryland, and countenanced some people there in opposing the Lord- Baltimore's Officers ; whereby, and with other forces from Virginia, you have much disturbed...
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