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Virginia & Maryland. Lord Baltimore's case … 1655
Treatise entitled "Virginia and Maryland. Or, The Lord Baltimore's printed Case, uncased and answered. Shewing, the illegality of his Patent and
usurpation of Royal Jurisdiction and Dominion there," which was printed in London in 1655. This anonymous treatise was a result of problems between Lord
Baltimore and Puritans in Maryland and Virginia. A digital version in modern font is found at:
http://www.virtualjamestown.org/exist/cocoon/jamestown/fha/J1081 (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the Henry E. Huntington Library in San Marino, California (c. 1) and the John
Hopkins University Library, John Work Garrett Library (c.2)).
Title:   Virginia and Maryland, or, The Lord Baltamore's printed case, uncased and answered : shewing, the illegality of his patent and usurpation of royal jurisdiction and dominion there : with, the injustice and tyranny practised in the government, against the laws and liberties of the English nation, and the just right and interest of the adventurers and planters : also, a short relation of the Papists late rebellion against the government of His Highness the Lord Protector, to which they were reduced by the Parliamens Commissioners; but since revolting and by Lord Baltamore's instructions caused to assault the protestants there in their plantations, were by a far lesser number repulsed, some slain, and all the rest taken prisoners : to which is added, a brief account of the commissioners proceedings in the reducing of Maryland, with the grounds and reason thereof ; the commission and instructions by which they acted ; the report of the committee of the Navy, concerning that province; and some other papers and passages relating thereunto : together with the copy a writing under the Lord Baltamore's hand and seal, 1644, discovering his practices, with the King at Oxford against the Parliament, concerning the Londoners and others trading in Virginia.
OCLC Number:   85797143
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