Cecil Calvert, Lord Baltimore
Georgetown University Manuscripts, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington, D.C.
Documents pertaining to Cecil Calvert, the second Lord Baltimore.Items of interest include: Conditiones propositae ab illus. Dno. Caecillo Barone Baltemore, Domino.... [New conditions on Plantation. Numbers 5 & 6 against tenure of land in Mortmain]; Extracts (c. 1642?) from Mr. Lewger's diary and letters to Lord Baltimore [Governor Leonard Calvert and Lewger go to the Jesuits with proposals re: Mortmain and Bulla Coenae]; Four points (1641) submitted to the English Provincial; Lord Baltimore's draft of a unilaterial concordat presented to Edward Knott, S.J., for concession to all of Baltimore's old and new dem.; letter (Oct. 1, 1642) from William Peasely indicates that Lord Baltimore has changed his mind and wants no Jesuits to go to Maryland until his demands are me; letter (Oct. 5, 1642) from Ann Peasely, sister of Lord Baltimore, indicates attempt on writer's part to get her brother to change his mind.**Former finding aid locations: 119_3_4; 3Z2-3Z8**
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