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its territory, defeat the attempt to revive the corporation. Meantime, the legislative assembly of Maryland, in the grateful en- Oct. joyment of happiness, seasonably guarded the tranquillity of the province against the perplexities of an interim, by providing for the security of the government in case of the death of the Deputy Governor. Commerce also was fostered; and tobacco, the staple of the colony, subjected to inspection. Nor was it long before the inhabitants recognized 1642. Mar. 21. Lord Baltimore's great charge and solicitude in maintaining the government, and protecting them in their persons, rights, and liberties; and therefore, out of desire to return some testimony of gratitude, they freely granted such a subsidy as the young and poor estate of the colony could bear. Bacon, 1641—2, c. v Maryland, for all its divisions, was the abode of happiness and liberty. Conscience was without restraint; a mild and liberal proprietary conceded every measure which the welf