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One of the thirteen English colonies which after the Revolution of 1776 became the original States of the American Union.

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[See Russell, "Land of Sanctuary" (Baltimore, 1907), passim.

] The charter also contained the most comprehensive grant of civil and political authority and jurisdiction that ever emanated from the English Crown.

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.

After a year's residence in Avalon, Sir George sailed south in quest of a more genial climate and a more kindly soil.

Its total area is 13,327 square miles, of which 3386 square miles are water.

The total population (1906) was 1,275,434; of this total 37.1 per cent was reported in the census as claiming to be church-members (23.7 percent Protestant ; 13.1 per cent Catholics ; 0.3 per cent all others), and 62.9 per cent not reported as church members.

Mary's is thus described, was organized and sent out by Cecilius Calvert, the second Lord Baltimore, and the first Proprietary of Maryland, under a charter issued to him, 20 June, 1632, by Charles I of England.

This charter was the handiwork of George Calvert, the first Lord Baltimore, the father of Cecilius, and was intended to be issued to himself, but, as he died on the fifteenth of the preceding April, the charter went out to his son Cecilius, the heir to his title and estates and to his long-cherished scheme of English Catholic colonization in the Western Hemisphere.

Baltimore, the chief city, increased 9 per cent in population during the census decade 1900-1910.

The federal census of 1910 gives it 558,485 inhabitants as against 508,957 in 1900.

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.

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