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edom of person and estate, as amply as ever any people in any place of the world. Ibid. 5. The disfranchised friends of prelacy from Massachusetts, and the Puritans from Virginia, were welcomed to equal liberty of conscience and political rights in the Roman Catholic province of Maryland. Chalmers, 219. Langford, 3. Hammond, 20. An equal union prevailed between all branches of 1650 April the government in explaining and confirming the civil liberties of the colony. In 1642, Robert Vaughan, in the name of the rest of the burgesses, had desired, that the house might be separated, and thus a negative secured to the representatives of the people. Before 1649, this change had taken place; and it was confirmed by a statute. Bacon, 1649, c. XII, and note 1650, c. i. The dangerous prerogative of declaring martial law was also limited to the precincts of the camp and the garrison; Bacon, 1650, c. XXVI. and a perpetual act declared, that no tax should be levied upon the free