y to Lord Baltimore......Sept. 16, 1656
Josias Fendall, arrested and imprisoned by the Puritans, takes an oath that he will neither directly nor indirectly be any disturber to the government till there be a full determination ended in England of all the matters relating to the government and is released......Sept. 24, 1656
Lord Baltimore creates his brother Philip Calvert one of the councillors to the governor of Maryland, and principal secretary of his province.
Luke Barber appointed deputy governor in the absence of Governor Fendall, who embarks for England......June 18, 1657
Puritan assembly meets at Patuxent......Sept. 24, 1657
Report of the commissioners for trade made Sept. 16, 1656, being favorable to the rights of Lord Baltimore, the Puritan agents enter into a treaty with Lord Baltimore to give up their power in the province and give due obedience to his lordship's government; he agreeing especially that he will never give his assent to the rep