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] The charter also contained the most comprehensive grant of civil and political authority and jurisdiction that ever emanated from the English Crown.It was a palatinate that was created with all the royal and viceregal rights pertaining to the unique and exceptional kind of government then existing in the Bishopric of Durham.The expedition, the landing of which on the shores of St.Mary's is thus described, was organized and sent out by Cecilius Calvert, the second Lord Baltimore, and the first Proprietary of Maryland, under a charter issued to him, 20 June, 1632, by Charles I of England.The total population (1906) was 1,275,434; of this total 37.1 per cent was reported in the census as claiming to be church-members (23.7 percent Protestant ; 13.1 per cent Catholics ; 0.3 per cent all others), and 62.9 per cent not reported as church members.
Other totals are: Baptists, 30,928; Disciples, or Christians, 2984; Dunkers, 4450; Friends, 2079; German Evangelicals, 8343; Lutheran bodies, 32,246; Methodists, 137,156; Presbyterians, 17,895; Reformed Presbyterians, 13,461; United Brethren, 6541.The total number of church edifices reported was 2814, with a seating capacity of 810,701 and a valuation of ,765,172."On 25 March, 1634", says the Jesuit Father Andrew White, in his "Relatio Itineris in Marylandiam", or "Narrative of the Voyage of The Ark and The Dove ", "we celebrated Mass for the first time in the island (St. This had never been done before in this part of the world", and it was the beginning of the Maryland colony.The means by which the lords proprietary were deprived of so large a part of the territory given to them by the express language of the charter does not belong to this article.[See Russell, "Land of Sanctuary" (Baltimore, 1907), passim.