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The question was only raised as to the grant of Maryland, and that solely and avowedly because it was a grant to a Catholic nobleman for the purpose of establishing a Catholic colony.The committee of the Privy Council on American plantations, after a full hearing of both parties, unanimously decided "to leave the Lord Baltimore to his charter, and the Protestants to their remedy at law ".
The state census of 1908 shows 401 church organizations with a membership (communicants) of 473,257.] The charter also contained the most comprehensive grant of civil and political authority and jurisdiction that ever emanated from the English Crown.It was a palatinate that was created with all the royal and viceregal rights pertaining to the unique and exceptional kind of government then existing in the Bishopric of Durham.He carried with him a secular priest to attend to the spiritual wants of the Catholic colonists, and also a Protestant minister to supply those of the Protestant members of the expedition.In this act Sir George gave practical evidence of his recognition and acceptance of the principle of religious freedom and of the rights of conscience, of which his son Cecilius was to be so illustrious and shining a supporter.In this enumeration the Catholics are set down at 166,941, which is, owing to the government method of computation, 15 per cent less than the actual claim of the church authorities.
Other totals are: Baptists, 30,928; Disciples, or Christians, 2984; Dunkers, 4450; Friends, 2079; German Evangelicals, 8343; Lutheran bodies, 32,246; Methodists, 137,156; Presbyterians, 17,895; Reformed Presbyterians, 13,461; United Brethren, 6541.
The grantee appointed the governor and all the civil and military officers of the province. He had power of life and death over the inhabitants as regards punishments for crime.
He could erect manors, the grantees of which enjoyed all the rights and privileges belonging to that kind of estate in England. He could confer titles of honour and thus establish a colonial aristocracy.
Not having any such remedy, they did not, as they could not, resort to it.
After numerous delays and detentions caused by its enemies, the expedition sailed from Southampton, 22 November, 1633.
One of the thirteen English colonies which after the Revolution of 1776 became the original States of the American Union.