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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 14 0 Browse Search
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t sanc- 1656 July 10. tion of the protector, commissioned McMahon, 211. Josias Fendall to appear as his lieutenant. Fendall had, the preceding year, been engagedFendall had, the preceding year, been engaged in exciting an insurrection, under pretence of instructions from Stone; he now appear- 1657 Sept. ed as an open but unsuccessful insurgent. Little is known of his, c. VIII. Yet the confidence of Lord Baltimore was continued Nov. 18. to Fendall, who received anew an appointment to the government of the province. For a season, there was a divided rule; Fendall was acknowledged by the 1658 Catholic party in the city of St. Mary's; and the commissioners were sustained by the Puritans 1658, c. i. McMahon, 211, and Council Proceedings, in McMahon, note to 14 Fendall was a weak and impetuous man; but I cannot find any evidence that his administn upper house. In Virginia, Berkeley yielded to the public will; in Maryland, Fendall permitted the power of the people to be proclaimed. The representatives of Ma