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After a year's residence in Avalon, Sir George sailed south in quest of a more genial climate and a more kindly soil.
He reached Jamestown, Virginia, but the authorities of that English settlement refused him permission to land unless he would take the oath of supremacy as well as that of allegiance.
The total number of church edifices reported was 2814, with a seating capacity of 810,701 and a valuation of ,765,172.
"On 25 March, 1634", says the Jesuit Father Andrew White, in his "Relatio Itineris in Marylandiam", or "Narrative of the Voyage of The Ark and The Dove ", "we celebrated Mass for the first time in the island (St. This had never been done before in this part of the world", and it was the beginning of the Maryland colony.
The foreign population is small, and the negro population about 248,000.
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.
Dying before it passed the great seal, the charter was issued to his son Cecilius, the second Lord Baltimore and the first Lord Proprietary of the Province of Maryland.
The charter to Cecilius was opposed by the agents of the Virginia colonists, on the ground that the grant was an encroachment on the territory of Virginia. For, by the judgement of the King's Bench in 1624, eight years before the issuing of the Baltimore Charter, in certain quo warranto proceedings instituted in the King's Bench, the Virginia colony was converted into a royal colony, and the king revested with the title to all the territory embraced in the charter of the London or Virginia Company, with full power and authority to grant all or any part of it to whomsoever he pleased, which he subsequently freely exercised without question in the cases of the grants of New Jersey , Pennsylvania, the Carolinas and the northern neck of Virginia.
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.