Correspondence, Carroll-Plowden (1 of 7)
Georgetown University Manuscripts, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington, D.C.
Carroll-PlowdenOn general situation of ex-Jesuits and property, religious liberty in states 2/28/1779; on death of George Hunter, SJ, desire of Robert Molyneux, SJ to come to Maryland from Philadelphia 4/27/1780; on possibility of Society's restoration, administration of mission 2/20/1782; inquiring about Jesuits in Italy 5/18/1783; on arrival of Leonard Neale, SJ, plans for college and seminary, Propaganda's efforts to take over Society property, Society in Russia 9/26/1783; on Society in Russia and prospects for restoration, on note to Congress re Propaganda's desire for Society property (includes transcription of note) 4/10/1784; on apostasy of Charles Wharton 9/18/1784; on national character of clergy, Carroll's appointment as bishop, founding of two colleges in Maryland and hope for establishment of seminary, religious liberty, Wharton controversy 2/27/1785; on Carroll's move from Rock Creek to Baltimore 6/29/1785.**Former finding aid locations: 119_57_4; 202B1-202B9**
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Archives of the Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus (GTM.000119; Box 171; Folder 14;