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The Calvert papers.
Contributor Names
Lee, John Wesley Murray, 1848-1896 or 1897.
White, Andrew, 1579-1656.
Created / Published
Baltimore [J. Murphy & Co., Printers] 1889-99.
no. 1. The Calvert papers. With an account of their recovery, and presentation of the society, December 10th, 1888. Together with a calendar of the papers recovered, and selections from the papers. Address of A. Ritchie. Remarks of J.H.B. Latrobe. Report of M. Cohen. Remarks of W.H. Browne. Exemplification of the arms of Sir G. Calvert. The patent of nobility of George, lord Baltimore. The will of Sir G. Calvert, lord Baltimore. The inventory of the estate of the same. A calendar of the Calvert papers, by J.W.M. Lee. The Calvert papers First selection.--no. 2. Selections from correspondence, 1719-1765.--no. 3. "A briefe relation of the voyage unto Maryland" [by Andrew White] and other papers.
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-  Maryland--History--Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775--Sources
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3 v. plates, 2 fold. maps, 2 col. coats of arms (incl front. : v. 2) 25 cm.
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F176 .M37 No. 28, 34, 35
F184 .C16
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Lee, John Wesley Murray, Or 1897, and Andrew White. The Calvert papers. [Baltimore J. Murphy & Co., Printers -99, 1889] Pdf.

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