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us Pamphlet, entitled Babylon's Fall in Maryland, 1655. Both are minute, and, in the main, agree. Compare Chalmers; McMahon, 207; Hazard, i. 621—628, and 629, 630; Bacon's Pref. while three of the principal men of the province, sentenced to death by a council of war, were presently executed. Hammond, 22, 23. A friend to Lord Baltimore, then in the province, begged of the protector no other boon than that he would condescend to settle the country by declaring his determinate will. Barber, in Langford, 15. And yet the same causes which led Cromwell to neglect the internal concerns of Virginia, compelled him to pay but little attention to the disturbances in Maryland. On the one hand, he respected the rights of property of Lord Baltimore; on the other, he protected his own political partisans, corresponded with his commissioners, and expressed no displeasure at their exercise of power. Thurloe, i. 724, and IV. 55. Hazard, i. 594, quotes but one of the rescripts. Hammond,