Ecpclio research notes: 12Char

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| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00001)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1634-1670s. Farina's newsp supple on Cecil Calvert "With A Gentle Northerne Gale..", tract map St. Mary's City transcript of George Calvert's NewFoundland letter, 1629?. ECP/ 12/ 1//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00002)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Williams, Richmond appraisal of Houghton Charter, observations re: . ECP/ 12/ 2//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00003)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Andros copy of the Charter, Conditions of Plantation, H. P. Kraus catalogue of papers . ECP/ 12/ 3//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00004)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1693-97. Notes on Andros in Maryland, Lionel Copley, re: portrait, from Archives of Maryland . ECP/ 12/ 4//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00005)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Baltimore, Lords from Burke's Complete Peerage . ECP/ 12/ 5//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00006)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1657. Blotling Engraving of Cecil Calvert, notes on Pratt Copy . ECP/ 12 / 6//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00007)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1617-. Bolles Family, research on George at Guildhall Library, from Complete Baronetage, 1902 . ECP/ 12/ 7//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00008)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Margaret Brent by Lois Carr, slides of Glanzman painting from National Geographic . ECP/ 12/ 8//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00009)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: c. 1672. William Bretton, notes from Lois Carr's project, re: . ECP/ 12/ 9//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00010)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1633/11/15. Calvert Papers, Fund Publication 28, 1889, transcription of Lord Baltimore's instructions, . ECP/ 12/ 10//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00011)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Andrews, Matthew Page, chapter from the Founding of Maryland on the Ark and the Dove. . ECP/ 12/ 11//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00012)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1645?. Transcription of the Thomas Cornwallis, vs. Richard Ingle case, from PRO . ECP/ 12/ 12//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00013)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1980/04/28. Gordon Taylor, Rector, St. Giles in the Fields, London, April 1980, re: Calvert Family . ECP/ 12/ 13//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00014)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1632. Charter of Maryland as printed in Old Maryland Manuals, taken from Thomas Bacon's translation. . ECP/ 12/ 14//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00015)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Calvert Family Portraits on loan to State from Enoch Pratt, includes 1924 letter of Mary Risteau re: Florence Mackubin copy of Calvert portrait at Eden's residence in England.. ECP/ 12/ 15//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00016)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Daniel Mytens (1590-1658) portrait of George Calvert, Sally Hanan correspondence with the Earl of Verulam, Gorhambury, re: in 1976. Note: portrait on loan to National Portrait Gallery in 84?. ECP/ 12/ 16//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00017)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Brian Smith references to papers of Henry Arundell, John Belasyse, William Herbert, William Howard, William Petre, for Ron Hoffman.. ECP/ 12/ 17/ /

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00018)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1640s. Calvert Medallions (G1635) on loan from National Portrait Gallery, with Anne Arundell, Cecil Calvert . ECP/ 12/ 18//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00019)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1634. Leonard Calvert's letter to Sir Richard Lechford, 30 May 1634, concerning the voyage to Maryland. Originals and transcript as published in 1899. (See FBI case re: Lechford papers). ECP/ 12/ 19//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00020)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1670. Calvert, Cecil portrait of with grandson, servant, map of Maryland showing Watkins Point owned by Enoch Pratt (good black and white photos), notes re acquisition, Florence MacKubin copy. ECP/ 12/ 20//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00021)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1633/11/13. Cecil Calverts instructions to Leonard Calvert, Jerome Hawley, Thomas Cornwaleys, his commissioners for the Government of Maryland. Includes a comparison of the orginial with the printed version.. ECP/ 12 / 21//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00022)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Sparks, Jared, 1846, xerox of title page of biography of George Calvert, 1st Lord Baltimore . ECP/ 12/ 22//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00023)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1680. John Lewellin's receipt for books removed from the Secretary's office to the State House for Land Office (includes Conditions of Plantations, but no mention of Charter; in Chas Calvert's hand). ECP/ 12/ 23//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00024)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1578-1682. Calvert, Philip, youngest son of George Calvert; probate records, material towards a biography of 2 documents have the IHS watermark;. ECP/ 12/ 24//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00025)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1968/1969. Carr, Lois Green. article on The Founding of St. Mary's City, The SMithsonian Journal of History, Volume 3, Number 4, Winter, 1968-1969; pp. 77-100. ECP/ 12/ 25//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00026)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1636-1658. Lois Carr's notes for ECP on conditions of Plantation (when in force, etc.) . ECP/ 12/ 26//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00027)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Maryland at the Beginning by Lois Carr, Russell R. Menard, and Louis Peddicord, 1st and 2nd editions list colonists on the Ark and the Dove.. ECP/ 12/ 27//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00028)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Carr, Lois and ecp esssay for Father Farina on the Founding of Maryland, pamphlets for 350th showing detail from Egli painting.; James Murfin on Geogre Calvert's dream. ECP/ 12/ 28//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00029)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Sotheby sale catalogue of Calvert portraits in 1933, owned by Sir Timothy Calvert Eden; slides. Catalogue includes detail of Watkins Point; MdHR 2138-365; 1-32-1-41; G 1607. ECP/ 12/ 29//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00030)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Pratt Library, Hugh Young Collection of Calvert Papers, inventory, slides taken in 1981; Richard Cox introduction to; clippings re: Ann Curry, Ernie Siegal, 1981. ECP/ 12/ 30//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00031)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Wroth, Lawrence. Tobacco or Codfis, Lord Baltimore Makes His Choice. Bulletin of the New York Public Library, 58(November 1954), no. 11, 523-534 + facsimile.. ECP/ 12/ 31//

Possibly to Sir Francis Cottington who was supervisor of George Calvert's Will with Viscount Wentworth, later Earl of Strafford, as well as administrator with Wentworth of a deed of trust of March 20, 1628. (525).

Calvert wants land near Vriginia "I ... may yet do the King and my Country more service there by planting of Tabacco..."

In the August 25, 1628 letter to Buckingham Calvert wrote: "I remember that his Jatie once told me that I writte as faire a hande to looke upon a farr off as any man in England, but that when any one came neare it, they weare not able to read a word: whereuppon I gott a dispensation both from his Jatie and yor Grace to use another Mans pen when I write to eyther of you, and I humblye thanke you for it; for Writting is a great payne to me nowe."

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00032)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1635/09/12. To Live like Princes, A Short Treatise Sett Downe in a Letter Written by Robert Winter to Captain John Reade concerning the new Plantation...in Maryland edited by John D. Krugler, Enoch Pratt, 1976. ECP/ 12/ 32//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00033)

DATE: June 30, 1997
Database: 12Char

Subject: Analysis of the Warrant documents in the Hugh Young Collections by Charles Andrews, Passage of a Charter through the Rolls; index to Calendar of State Papers for George Calvert which indexes one letter, 1627, three letters, 1628, one letter, 1629, in Sainsbury Calendar, 1860; Includes my critique of Charles Andrews analysis of the Warrants and the catalogue of the warrants from the Southeby sale, 1929, reprinted by the Pratt Library. Also includes images of the originals.

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00034)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Hall, Clayton Colman, ed. Narratives of Early Maryland, Charles Scribner's Sons, N.Y., 1910 p.51: Hactenus inculta, region hitherto uncultivated, from the Charter.. ECP/ 12/ 34//

1) An Account of the Colony of the Lord Baron of Baltamore, 1633 [latin version translated into English of the pamphlet A Declaration of the Lord Baltemore's Plantation in Mary-land. Lawrence Wroth suggests and Father Hughes asserts that the Author is Father Andrew White and that the latin version rec'd in Rome late in 1633, followed the printed pamphlet of which only one known copy survived in London until sometime after 1929 when it was stolen] 2) Instructions to the Colonists by Lord Baltimore, 1633 3) A Briefe Relation of the Voyage unto Maryland by Father Andrew White, 1634 4) Extract from a Letter of Captain Thomas Yong to Sir Toby Matthew, 1634 5) A relation of Maryland, 1635 6) Extracts from the Annual Letters of Jesuits, 1634-1681 7) Letter of Governor Leonard Calvert to Lord Baltimore, 1638 8) Lord Baltemore's Case, 1653 9) Virginia and Maryland, or the Lord Baltamore's Printed Case Uncased and Answered, 1655 10) Babylon's Fall, by Leonard Strong, 1655 11) Refutation of Babylon's Fall, by John Langford, 1655 Women: contains a letter purportedly written by Virlinda Stone, wife of Protestant Governor William Stone, ca. April 1655. Also contains transcription of Act of Toleration with note: "This act was passed by a General Assembly in Maryland in April 1649, and assented unto by the Lord Baltemore in 1650, and the intent of it being to prevent any disgusts between those of different judgements in Religion there, ..." Discusses Lord Baltimore's defense of the law before a committee of Parliament (see 8, 175), in ca. 1653. 12) Leah and Rachel, or, the two Fruitfull Sisters, Virginia and Mary-land, by John Hammond, 1656 13) Journal of the Dutch Embassy to Maryland by Augustine Herrman, 1659 14) A Character of the Province of Maryland by George Alsop, 1666 15) Journal of George Fox, 1672, 1673 16) Reports of Conferences between Baltimore and Penn, 1682-84

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00035)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Houghton Charter, good photostats of change in handwriting, print of Calvert Coat of arms, frm 1671 Ogilby. ECP/ 12/ 35//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00036)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1980/05/29. Final Report to Jim Nelson re: Charter research, copy of 1979 paper presented to the Society of the Ark and Dove which got me the grant from Wye. Letter from W.H. Bond, 11/80 re: watermarks. ECP/ 12/ 36//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00037)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1635-1693?. Houghton Manuscript of the Charter, xeroxes and photostats. . ECP/ 12/ 37//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00038)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1633-1639. Duke of Norfolk records, Arundel Castle relating to Sir Richard Lechford, Leonard Calvert. (see 29-1). ECP/ 12/ 38//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00039)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1978-1982. Houghton Manuscript of the Charter, correspondence with Wye Institute re: . ECP/ 12/ 39//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00040)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Maryland from Charter to Settlement, 1629-1638, proposal for a book of the Houghton Charter and promotional tracts, 1633-35. ECP/ 12/ 40//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00041)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1733/1734. House of Lords Copy of Maryland Charter, notes concerning the copy by David Johnson, Deputy Clerk, House of Lords, 5/84; House of Lords Session Papers, 1734, inquiry into manufacturing of cloth, etc. ECP/ 12/ 41//

notes that "in the County of Somerset in Maryland, the People have fallen into the Manufature of Wollen and Linen Cloth for the use of their own families, but we could not learn that they have ever manufactured any for sale in any of the Colonies except in a small Indian Town in Pennsylvania, where some Palatines have of late years settled." "... the upper and lower House of Assembly ... represent, that the produce of their Tobacco, which is their chief Commodity for Trade, was alone sufficient to supply the People with Clothing and other Necessaries from Great Britain, but that Necessity had driven some of the poorer sort of inhabitants to make small quantitities of Linene and Woollen manufactures for their own use, but that no part of them was exported." Xerox of Baltimore from Burkes Complete Peerage, pp. 393-395

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00042)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Sewall, Nicholas, 1655-1737, charged with murder of John Payne, customs collector (1692); acquitted . ECP/ 12/ 42//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00043)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Carr, Lois. Calendar of Jesuit Records when they were at the Provincial House, 1969. Known as the Woodstock Papers.. ECP/ 12/ 43//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00044)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1636-1648. Kilty, John, Condtions of Plantation from the Land-Holder's Assistant . ECP/ 12/ 44//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00045)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1978-1981. Krugler, John, 3 articles on George Calvert, Catholicism, and Religious Toleration in Maryland. . ECP/ 12/ 45//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00046)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Stone, Gary Wheeler. Chapter 2, draft, 46-64, 122-125; on John Lewger . ECP/ 12/ 46//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00047)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Llwellin, John. Biographical materials from St. Mary's City Commission files, via Lois Carr . ECP/ 12/ 47//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00048)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Prints of Calvert entries, records of St. Giles in the Fields, history of St. Dunstan's in the West; references to Books on London in time of Stuarts; postcards of Kew, PRO Chancery Lane, Bodleian. ECP/ 12/ 48//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00049)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Wenceslaus Hollar and his views of London ... by Arthur M. Hind, 1922; references to 17th century maps of London. ECP/ 12/ 49//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00050)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1961. Newman, Harry Wright. chapter on Before the Ark and Dove from the Flowering of the Maryland Palatinate, 1961.. ECP/ 12/ 50//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00051)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1984. Carr, Lois. Details of Conference on Maryland History, St. Mary's City . ECP/ 12/ 51//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00052)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1982. Carr, Lois Green and ECP, Farina newsprint "The Pious and Noble Purpose," article on Charter . ECP/ 12/ 52//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00053)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1982/06. Charter month proclamation, speech by ECP on June 19? with story about finding the watermarks at Worcester Cathedral. ECP/ 12/ 53//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00054)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Charter Day, 1984, Governor's & Duke of Kent's speech; publicity re: . ECP/ 12/ 54//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00055)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1982. Charter Exhibit, State House, details of construction, captions, etc . ECP/ 12/ 55//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00056)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1982/05. Isle of Wight, records relating to, from Morman survey (Hampshire) . ECP/ 12/ 56//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00057)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1980. Details of Trip to England in 1980 to study watermarks sponsored by the Wye Institute, Arthur Houghton, Jr.; receipts for film, stay at Penn Club; trouble with Max Millstone re:. ECP/ 12/ 57//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00058)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Negative photostats of illustrations for Charter watermarks lecture. . ECP/ 12/ 58//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00059)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1640/05/20. Kent Island, Claiborne c. Clobery, et al., HCA 13/243 examinations,, Photostat of the deposition of Maurice Thompson, 29 Oct. 1640, Susan Sutton's research at PRO, 1978. ECP/ 12/ 59//

Maryland Historical Magazine, printed transcripts of the recorded HCA case, XXVI, 1931-xxvii; note that Maurice Thomson deposition is not transcribed. (text ends ca. March 1640 in the MHM version) Speech of Louis Goldstein, August 1981 New York Times Article, 4/25/81 on crabs for archbishop Runcie. Gary Wheeler Stone's draft of a chapter on Claiborne

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00060)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1981/02/23. Charter Resolution, Delegate Lucille Maurer, Roy Dyson inquiries. Copy of Charles Andrews on founding of Maryland. (misc. note on E.H. Pickering Photographs, L.C. HABS). ECP/ 12/ 60//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00061)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Claiborne, William, secondary sources . ECP/ 12/ 61//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00062)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1906. Steiner, Bernard Christian. The First Lord Baltimore and his Colonial Projects. . ECP/ 12/ 62//

good analysis of the efforts to retain the Avalon Charter, Cecil Calvets suits agains Sir David, Sir James Kirk, Duke of Hamilton, et. al. Cecil Calvert prevailed. Seemed to continue to govern Avalon until the 1660s at least. "In 1754, When Federick, Lord Baltimore, tried to revive his rights to Avalon, he was told they had lapsed through disuse for many years."

note that a renewal of the Avalon patent was granted ca. 1660. (121)

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00063)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1976. Coakley, Thomas M. George Calvert and Newfoundland: "the Sad Face of Winter,", MHM 71:Spring, 1976. . ECP/ 12/ 63//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00064)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1973. Krugler, Jon D. Sir George Calvert's Resignation as Secretary of State and the Founding of Maryland MHM 68, no. 3, Fall. ECP/ 12/ 64//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00065)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1693-1700. Copley, Lionel. Probate Records, transcription of Inventory . ECP/ 12/ 65//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00066)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1690s. Jordan? Carr? Chapter on Lionel Copley and establishment of Royal Government, arrival of Edmund Andros.. ECP/ 12/ 66//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00067)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1736; 1772. Charter, opinions by Daniel Dulany re: right of a appointment of a trasurer (1736), and Atty General of England re: Proprietor's right to collect fees, appoint officers (Scharf 56/1; 56/9. ECP/ 12/ 67//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00068)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1904. Descriptions of Maryland. A bibli0ographical contribution compiled chiefly from works of travel by Bernard Christian Steiner. (1526-1903). ECP/ 12/ 68//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00069)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Archives of Maryland (volume 3) Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1636-1667, ed. by William Hand Browne, 1885.. ECP/ 12/ 69//

3-12 Latin Charter from Patent Rolls, 8 Charles 1, part 3, no. 2594 15-16 George Calvert to the King, 19 August, 1629, from PRO Colonial Papers, Vol. V, no. 27. Sad face of winter (in New Foundland) letter.

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00070)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1889; 1902. Maryland subject references in the Peabody Library catalogues. . ECP/ 12/ 70//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00071)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Calvert Papers, Maryland Historical Society: Guide to Microfilm by Richard Cox; John Henry Alexander on (1861); Fund Pub calendar, 1889; copies of Prsidents, 1660; 1682 copy of Charter,. ECP/ 12/ 71//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00072)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Menard, Russell. Maryland and the Marginal Sea, 1632-1789, prepared for the Maryland Attorney General's office, sometime ca. 1970. ECP/ 12/ 72 //

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00073)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1983/09. Menard, Russell. Population, Economy, and Society in Seventeenth Century Maryland, 3rd draft. . ECP/ 12/ 73//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00074)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1727. Parks, William. Laws of Maryland title page, sample page, Annapolis . ECP/ 12/ 74//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00075)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1984/10/15. Reading Charter, Georgetown U. copy, rough notes re: . ECP/ 12/ 75//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00076)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Public Record Office, Sutton, ECP research re: Charter; ref to Budnle 39, CO 5, Vol 723; . ECP/ 12/ 76//

McWilliams notes on Solicitor Trevor's opinion, photostat, mention of Charter

Copies of documents from PRO in Lionel Copley's hand, 6 April 1693 Copies of King's correspondence, pag. 303, CO1/6 1635

Charles M. Andrews on papers of the Board of Trade.

List of papers in the Bundles relating to Maryland.

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00077)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Bernard, L. Leon. article in MHM based upon Edward Robinson v. Lord Baltimore, 1635-1638. Copies of documents in case, research by Sue Sutton.. ECP/ 12/ 77//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00078)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1638. Robinson, Edward. Will, PROB II, 180, PRO, Chancery Lane . ECP/ 12 / 78//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00079)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1633-1638. Note on taking oath, 128 people October 1633; Jerome Hawley's correspondence from Jamestown, 1636-38 From PRO, CO 1/9; Bernard Steiner on HCA suits involving Ark and Dove, trip to Boston in June 1634. ECP/ 12/ 79//

Lois Carr's notes on the Dove, transcription of HCA case, from MHM 1938.

Dove went to Boston, there by October 14, 1634. Winthrop (Hosmer, JOurnal, I: 136); notes that Crew of Dove were not terribly welcome: "It was informed the governor, that some of our people, being aboard the bark of maryland, the sailors did revile them calling them holy brethren, etc., and withal did curse and sear most horribly, and use threatening speeches against us. ..." allowed to go. Returns to Virginia instead of Maryland.

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00080)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1633-1650s. High Court of Admiralty Papers and Chancery Papers, PRO relating to Maryland calendared by Susan Sutton; some abstr Incl Claiborne, Cloberry, Ingle, Cornwallis, Hawley cases; Dove, Captain Orchard. ECP/ 12/ 80//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00081)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1634. Relation of Maryland, Lois Carr's introduction to, ECP's editing . ECP/ 12/ 81//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00082)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . White, Father Andrew, a Brief Relation, autographed by John Eden (Eden of Winton), xerox of text from Hall's narratives. ECP/ 12/ 82//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00083)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1634/04. White, Father Andrew. Narrative of a Voyage to Maryland, end of April, 1634, in Latin and English, From, MHS Fund Publication, No. 7, 1874.. ECP/ 12/ 83//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00084)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1634/07/15. Relation of Maryland, John Carter Brown Copy . ECP/ 12/ 84 //

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00085)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1634. Relation of Maryland, copy acquired by Clements Library, 1983 from Christies . ECP/ 12/ 85//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00086)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1635. Comparison of 1635 Relation Charter with Griswold printing of Charter, John Work Garrett Library, JHU; collation of various copies of 1635 Relation.. ECP/ 12/ 86//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00087)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Census of all known copies of the Relation of 1635 by ECP and Russ Morrison . ECP/ 12/ 87//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00088)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Great Seals of Maryland (MdHR G 1551); Vosloh collection of 18th Century public receipts. . ECP/ 12/ 88//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00089)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1980-1982. Correspondence with David Quinn re: Houghton Charter paper and with Susan Sutton re reseach in England, including letters of French Soldiers, West Indies, intercepted mail, 1770s-1790s, HCA.. ECP/ 12/ 89//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00090)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1634/04/25. Cyprian Thorowgood's voyage to the head of the Bay, transcribed by John D. Krugler, 1976; 1958 edition by George E. Gifford, Jr., and Marion Tinling, Historian, May 1958;. ECP/ 12/ 90//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00091)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1649. Act of Toleration, father Hanley's claim that it was first passed in 1640 (problem of 1692 trans of a jumble of acts wrongly implies 1640. (Evening Sun, 1982). ECP/ 12/ 91//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00092)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1620-1660. Lois Carr, Johnd D. Krugler, Carl Everstine, Gerald Johnson, J. Frederick Fausz, on act of Toleration, Toleration in Maryland. ECP/ 12/ 92//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00093)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Bibbins, Mrs. Arthur Barneveld on the English Beginnings of Maryland; Bryden Hyde on Hooke House; John Bailey Calvert Nicklin on Matthew Arundel of Wardour Castle; notes on Cecil Calvert, 1633-1636. ECP/ 12/ 93//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00094)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Wight, Isle of; info re:; speech by Lois Carr and ECP for Lt. Governor for ceremonies in November 1982. ECP/ 12/ 94//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00095)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1982. Codignola, Luca. Italian and English Versions of Simon Stock, Lord Baltimore in New Foundland. . ECP/ 12/ 95//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00096)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Hugh Young Collection at Pratt, G1456, inventory of originals, including 1629, George Calvert "Sad face of Winter" letter; original warrants, map of Newfoundland.. ECP/ 12/ 96//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00097)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1974-75. Correspondence with Marjorie B. Jones, Pratt Library concerning publication of Robert Winter or Wintour narrative. Includes references to Mathews on boundary Chancery case; filed with 12-32. ECP/ 12/ 97//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00098)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Text for Charter essay (In Pursuit of an Elusive Manuscript) is to be found on a disk in 10-84. . ECP/ 12/ 98//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00099)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Brief Encounters of the First Kind: documents relating to Indians; Reverend Andrew White, S. J. Hail Mary in Indian Language (Piscattaway, ca. 1640, Georgetown Special Collections.. ECP/ 12/ 99//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00100)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . information on tomb of Anne Mynne Calvert, 1st wife of George Calver, mother of Cecil,, buried in Herting fordbury Church, Hertfordshire; contains interesting carving of the Cross in the Maryland. ECP/ 12/ 100//

Maryland Flag; always thought that the crossland family was the sources of the cross; perhaps it was the Mynne family? Burt has photographs of the Tomb.

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00101)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Research notes on Calvert Family and contents of lead coffins at St. Mary's . ECP/ 12/ 101//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00102)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Disk containing notes on Calvert Family, biography of Philip Calvert, and writings about Houghton Charter.. ECP/ 12/ 102//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00103)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Calvert Family Probate (George, references to Philip, will of wife Jane, from John Morris, Mrs. Russel Hastings, Fund Publication; MdHM microfilm (Hopkins A .M33 through 1929, Wilkens co. film;. ECP/ 12/ 103//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00104)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . references to George Calvert in Ireland from Report on Franciscan Manuscripts preserved ... Dublin, Historical Manuscripts Commission, 1906.. ECP/ 12/ 104//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00105)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Lois Carr's draft of a biographical sketch of Philip Calvert. notes. . ECP/ 12/ 105//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00106)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Lois Carr article on Chapel Lands, St. Mary's City. Disk, maps . ECP/ 12/ 106//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00107)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Archives of Maryland, printed. list by agency and film number; ventura chapter . ECP/ 12/ 107//

|P = Archives of Maryland

|P = Courts

|P = Chancery, Proceedings of the Court of

|P = 1669-1679 LI M 2763

|P = Charles County, Proceedings of the County Court of

|P = 1658-1666 LIII M 2765

|P = 1666-1674 LX M 2772

|P = Kent County, Proceedings of the County Court of

|P = 1648-1676 LIV M 2766

|P = Provincial Court, Proceedings of the

|P = 1637-1650 IV M 2716

|P = 1650-1657 X M 2722

|P = 1658-1662 XLI M 2753

|P = 1663-1666 XLIX M 2761

|P = 1666-1670 LVII M 2769

|P = 1670/1-1675 LXV M 2777

|P = 1675-1677 LXVI M 2778

|P = 1677-1678 LXVII M 2779

|P = 1678-1679 LXVIII M 2780

|P = 1679-1680/1 LXIX M 2781

|P = 1681-1683 LXX M 2782

|P = St. Mary's County, Proceedings of the Manor Court of St. Clement's Manor

|P = 1659-1672 LIII M 2765

|P = Somerset County, Proceedings of the County Court of

|P = 1665-1668 LIV M 2766

|P = Talbot County, Proceedings of the County Court of

|P = 1662-1674 LIV M 2766

|P = Executive and Legislative, Colonial

|P = Board of Revenue, Minutes of the

|P = 1768-1775 XXXII M 2744

|P = Council (Provincial), Proceedings of the

|P = 1636-1667 III M 2715

|P = 1667-1687/8 V M 2717

|P = Council (Provincial), Proceedings of the (cont'd)

|P = 1671-1681 XV M 2727

|P = 1681-1685/6 XVII M 2729

|P = 1687/8-1693 VIII M 2720

|P = 1693-1697 XX M 2732

|P = 1697/7-1698 XXIII M 2735

|P = 1698-1731 XXV M 2737

|P = 1732-1753 XXVIII M 2740

|P = 1753-1761 XXXI M 2743

|P = 1761-1770 XXXII M 2744

|P = Convention, Journal of the Maryland

|P = 1775/07/26-1775/08/14 XI M 2723

|P = Council of Safety, Journal and Correspondence of

|P = 1775/08/29-1776/07/06 XI M 2723

|P = 1776/07/07-1776/12/31 XII M 2724

|P = 1777/01/01-1777/03/20 XVI M 2728

|P = General Assembly, Proceedings and Acts of the

|P = 1637/8-1664 I M 2713

|P = 1666-1676 II M 2714

|P = 1678-1683 VII M 2719

|P = 1684-1692 XIII M 2725

|P = 1693-1697 XIX M 2731

|P = 1694-1729 XXXVIII M 2750

|P = 1697/8-1699 XXII M 2734

|P = 1700-1704/05 XXIV M 2736

|P = 1704-1706 XXVI M 2738

|P = 1707-1710 XXVII M 2739

|P = 1711-1714 XXIX M 2741

|P = 1715-1716 XXX M 2742

|P = 1717-1720 XXXIII M 2745

|P = 1720-1723 XXXIV M 2746

|P = 1724-1726 XXXV M 2747

|P = 1727-1729 XXXVI With appendix of statutes, 171 M 2748

|P = 1730-1732 XXXVII M 2749

|P = 1733-1736 XXXIX M 2751

|P = 1737-1740 XL M 2752

|P = 1740-1744 XLII M 2754

|P = 1744-1747 XLIV M 2756

|P = 1748-1751 XLVI M 2758

|P = 1752-1754 L M 2762

|P = 1755-1756 LII M 2764

|P = 1757-1758 LV M 2767

|P = General Assembly, Proceedings and Acts of the (cont'd)

|P = 1758-1761 LVI M 2768

|P = 1762-1763 LVIII M 2770

|P = 1764-1765 LIX M 2771

|P = 1766-1768 LXI M 2773

|P = 1769-1770 LXII M 2774

|P = 1771/06-1773/07 LXIII M 2775

|P = 1773/10-1774/04 LXIV M 2776

|P = Executive, State

|P = Council, State, Journal and Correspondence of the

|P = 1777/03/20-1778/03/28 XVI M 2728

|P = 1778/04/01-1779/10/26 XXI M 2733

|P = 1779/10/27-1780/11/11 XLIII M 2755

|P = 1780/06/01-1781/11/13 XLV M 2757

|P = 1781 XLVII (Letters to the Governorand Council) M 2759

|P = 1781-1784 XLVIII M 2760

|P = 1784-1789 LXXI M 2783

|P = 1784-1793 LXXII M 2784

|P = Governors

|P = Correspondence of Gov. Horatio Sharpe

|P = 1753-1757 VI M 2718

|P = 1757-1761 IX M 2721

|P = 1761-1771 XIV M 2726

|P = 1754-1765 XXXI M 2743

|P = Opinions on the Regulation of Fees, Instructions to Gov. Eden

|P = 1773/03/02 XXXII M 2744

|P = Military

|P = Muster Rolls and other Records of Service of Maryland Troops in the American Revolution XVIII M 2730

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00108)

DATE: June 30, 1997
Database: 12Char
Subject: . Microfilm of George Calvert and Cecil Calvert letters (also one from Robert Talbott (close to hand in Houghton Charter) from the Sheffield City Libraries. Courtesy of John Krugler.. ECP/ 12/ 108//

M MEMORANDUM (S1259-121- 5218)

11/10/92

FROM: Ed

TO: Shirley

CONCERNING:

Letter to John Krugler in response to 93-6315 and 93-6314.

Dear John:

Enclosed is a too lengthy memo to you on a possible third marriage for George Calvert and a note on the whereabouts of the St. Mary's County newspapers you need. I have asked our staff to see what they can do to get you copies of what film there is, but you should also try to borrow from the other libraries that seem to have copies of what you need.

Also enclosed are your disk and the microfilm you so kindly lent me. I have written the Sheffield City Libraries for permission to quote the Earl of Strafford's papers. I will be printing out the September 12, 1630 letter and hope to have a copy to send with this. If not, I will send it on when it is ready.

As yet I have not finished writing anything in a popular vein on Philip ( Lois has a nice draft of several pages, but we need to boil it down into a 'sound bite' sized presentation that will be picked up by the press. Lois and I will be trying to put something together jointly on Thursday. I am tempted to call it "Philip Calvert: Consumate Public Servant, Premier Archivist, and Keeper of Maryland's Conscience, ca. 1630-1682." Would we lose our audience with the title?

I hope to have a chance to read your paper this weekend.

All the best,

SY

ECP cc: Lois Carr

Project 12_102

Letter to

Manuscript Curator, Earl of Strafford's Papers Sheffield City Libraries Sheffield, U.K. (get address from Shashi or Doug who know where our guides to English repositories, Archival Collections are)

Dear Sirs:

I would like permission to make copies for use and citation in a report on the Coffin research for Historic St. Mary's City, of the following manuscripts in your collection of the papers of Earl of Strafford: 12/136 which deals with the person we feel is buried in the largest of three coffins (Philip Calvert), and related items 1/103-104; 10a/255; 12/42, 75, 140, 141, 176, 249; 14/117, 236; 15/141; 17/287; 22/113. I have had a chance to review these letters on the microfilm you prepared for Professor John Krugler, Marquette University.

It also would be most helpful if you could describe to me the watermarks contained on these documents. I am hoping for both a traditional posthorn watermark and an "IHS Cross, Crown, Marinaud" watermark. These watermarks appear on some official documents relating to Philip Calvert, the most important of which is an early copy in English of Maryland's charter. If you have the facilities to backlight the paper and photograph the watermarks found on the above, we would be happy to pay the expense.

Sincerely,

ECP

cc: Lois Carr John Krugler


oversized msa-s1259-121-5218 contains film and projection prints of the Sheffield library material


| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00109)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Correspondence with John Krugler re: Philip and George Calvert; copy of his paper on disk re: Calvert and the plague; catalogue for Marquette. ECP/ 12/ 109//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00110)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Memo to John Krugler re: Westminster Archives letters from Antonio re: George Calvert in 1632. see 12_102.001 for text.. ECP/ 12/ 110//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00111)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1628; 1721. Research at the MdHS in the Calvert Papers, Jenifer Bryan, 685-3750, x310; Christie, new asst. MS 174, #39 and MS 1265-1-2 re: Philip Calvert, Philemon Lloyd Lois Carr wk no: 974-2538. ECP/ 12/ 111//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00112)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1625-1682. Hughes, Thomas. Notes from his History of the Society of Jesus concerning Philip and George Calvert; controvery with the Bishop of London. ECP/ 12/ 112//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00113)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Research on Philip Calvert's handwriting for Henry Miller; Lois Carr's discovery of 1st volume of Test Proc in Philip's hand; phone # for Jennifer Thomas, St. Mary's Enterprise: 301-862-2111. ECP/ 12/ 113//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00114)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Newspaper accounts of the Coffin investigation, St. Mary's City. . ECP/ 12/ 114//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00115)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . artifacts at mansion of Charles Calvert. Mattapany; Patuxent naval center; SUN 9/30/1992 . ECP/ 12/ 115//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00116)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Estimating the value of lead in the lead coffins: . ECP/ 12/ 116//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00117)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . ECP Project files relating to Coffins: inventory . ECP/ 12/ 117//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00118)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Palmer's Island from Andrews and Gazatteer (named after Edward Palmer but no source given). . ECP/ 12/ 118//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00119)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . transcription of Thorowgood's narrative is on 12_102.002; bibliography of biography of Claiborne is on 12_102.003. ECP/ 12/ 119//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00120)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Phebe's research on meaning of wampum, Peake. . ECP/ 12/ 120//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00121)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Close Encounters of the First Kind. Document packet relating to indians. See 12chart in 12_102 for reference files dbf; Image files inventoried in 4198.dbf; images on 4198 syquest with Pagemaker file. ECP/ 12/ 121//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00122)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Wolseley, Anne. First Wife of Philip Calvert. Research notes re: by Jane McWilliams and Lois Carr; Genealogical chart.. ECP/ 12/ 122//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00123)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Carr, Lois and ECP. Brief biography of Philip Calvert, Consummate Public Servant; illustrations from 1634 Relation Pamphlet of Cecil & Anne Arundel; George Calvert; Charter pamphlet.. ECP/ 12/ 123//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00124)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Hale, Nathaniel Claiborne. Virginia venturer, biog of William Laiborne, 1600-1677. 1951. notes re: Palmer's Island, Cyprian Thorowgood; John Fullwood (re: Indian interpreter, deposition, ca. 1640).. ECP/ 12/ 124/ /

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00125)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Calvert, Leonard. SC 1138-001-198. LHP file re: and materials toward a biography. . ECP/ 12/ 125//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00126)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Calvert, William. LHP SC 1138-001-200. Materials toward a bio. See SC 1138-001-199 for Philip Calvert filed with 12-24. ECP/ 12/ 126//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00127)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Al Luckenbach dig at Providence; Lloyd? plate?, possibly belonged to or was traded, sold by Jews trading in the Chesapeake who were allied in trade with the Puritans. Mathias da Sousa; Silva?. ECP/ 12/ 127//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00128)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Washingtonian magazine on Coffins at St. Mary's; article on Lois Carr from Humanities newsletter. . ECP/ 12/ 128//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00129)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Reasearch/ article? on Mothers of Maryland, Proj 5507; . ECP/ 12/ 129 //

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00130)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Calvert, George. photo of engraving MSA SC 3095-2-1 . ECP/ 12/ 130//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00131)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . superb color copy of Act of Toleration, PROJ 3916; suitable for scanning . ECP/ 12/ 131//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00132)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . article on analysis of femur bones 200 years ago in the Lancet, british medical journal; measure of physical activity and its effect?. ECP/ 12/ 132//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00133)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . History of St. John the Baptist Church, Tisbury where Anne Arundel is buried; trip Summer of 1993 . ECP/ 12/ 133//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00134)

DATE: June 30, 1997
Database: 12Char

Subject: . Coakley, Thomas M. George Calvert, First Lord Baltimore: Family, Status, Arms. MdHM 79:3, Fall, 1984. orig draft, corres with Coakley; copy of James Bodley letter wordes are women, deeds are men.

Notes on conversation, 1) ca. 3/93 with followup of 2) 1/27/2000

2)n mentioned work of John LaRoche, Xavier of Ohio (Cinn); article he was doing for the DNB on Sir Joh Bampton;

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00135)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . George Calvert Letter, 2/9/1622 (OS), owned by Butch Vosloh re: Turkish affairs. bought ca. 1974 . ECP/ 12/ 135//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00136)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Article from Richard Eliasberg on Calvert Coins from Coin World by Michael Hodder. correspondence; Harvey G. Stack on the provenance of the map of Maryland medal; overlay. ECP/ 12/ 136//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00137)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Wyllie, John Cook. The First Maryland Tract: A Reconsideration of the Date of Printing of the Maryland Charter. 1951 from AAS. ECP/ 12/ 137//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00138)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Steen, Larel. Secrets of The St. Mary's Coffins. 7th grader, Stemmers Run Middle School. . ECP/ 12/ 138//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00139)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Lois Carr on Philip Calvert; WM Penn's thoughts on Philip Calvert . ECP/ 12/ 139//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00140)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Philemon Lloyd to Lord Baltimore, Feb 18, 1721, Dulaney Papers, Box 1, MdHS, Lois Carr transcrit on Indian relations. ECP/ 12/ 140//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00141)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Research in Hampshire Record Office on the Calverts, 8/93; postcard of St. Thomas's Church, Salisbury;. ECP/ 12/ 141//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00142)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Photographs taken in August 1993 of Cambridge, Wardour Castle ruins, Hook House, grave of Anne Arundel in Tisbury, St. John the Baptist Church;. ECP/ 12/ 142//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00143)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . August 1993, St. Mary's Church, Hertingfordbury, . ECP/ 12/ 143//

tomb of Anne Mynne; Prayer cushion donated by Mary Anne Sharer WeiKart, March 1991, combining Calvert and Mynne coats of arms;

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00144)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Cussans, John Edwin. History of Hertfordshire. 1874-78 with description of Anne Mynne's tomb, inscription; Before it was moved to the back of the Church;. ECP/ 12/ 144//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00145)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Mynne Coat of Arms, research by GAS into the heraldry of, . ECP/ 12/ 145//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00146)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . William T. Conklin research on the evolution of the Calvert arms, letter to GAS, May 6, 1991. Includes an analysis of the Calvert family right to the quartering; College of Arms phone number;. ECP/ 12/ 146//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00147)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . notes of research on Mynne family in Hertford record office; . ECP/ 12 / 147//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00148)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . History of Old Wardour Castle; Wardour and the Arundells; New Wardour castle; brochure for Arundel castle;. ECP/ 12/ 148//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00149)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Calvert coins from Sylvester Sage Crosby, courtesy of Butch Vosloh; earliest use of Crescite et Multipicamini, 1659-1660. ECP/ 12/ 149//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00150)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Maryland connnections with Barbadoes, search through LHP biogs . ECP/ 12/ 150//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00151)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . John Work Garrett Copy of Seldon, no marginal notes; courtesy of Judy Gardner Flint 2/17/93 . ECP/ 12/ 151//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00152)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . 1634 Relation, reprint edition; excellent introduction by Lois Carr on first expedition; overlays of Calvert Coins (see also Vosloh correspondence re: electrotyping of coins). ECP/ 12/ 152//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00153)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . SUN article on meeting Philip Calvert, Sunday November 22, 1992, by Frank D. Roylance; overlay . ECP/ 12/ 153//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00154)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Overlays from Cobbett, William Geographical Dictionary of England and Wales.; overlays of pages relating to resting places of the Calvert women (Ann Mynne and Anne Arundel). ECP/ 12/ 154//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00155)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Henry Miller on George Calvert lookalike, Shad Bridge, age 31 in 1992; claims to be 17th generation Calvert; letter from Henry Miller re: Salt used in burial ceremonies;. ECP/ 12/ 155//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00156)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Monument to an Archivist in Gloucester Cathederal, overlays; original slide in intro to Archives . ECP/ 12/ 156//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00157)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . State Symbols; Calvert Coat of Arms from Ogilby, 1670 map of Maryland; overlays; . ECP/ 12/ 157//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00158)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . color overlays made from slides of St. Mary's City presentation courtesy of Henry Miller: 1) map sho wing St. Mary's; Cecil Calvert and child with map; Cary Carson's drawings of St. Mary's. ECP/ 12/ 158//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00159)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . St. Mary's City, aerial view, contemporary; . ECP/ 12/ 159//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00160)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . overlays from slides of Coffin excavation; archaeology at Chapel site; . ECP/ 12/ 160//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00161)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . overlays of project Lead Coffins, sans picture of ECP. courtesy of Henry Miller [archaeology at Chapel Site, St. Mary's City]. ECP/ 12/ 161//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00162)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Bottles in Philip Calvert's inventory (overlay enlargments, see 12-93) . ECP/ 12/ 162//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00163)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Overlays of bottle prices, history of bottles, 17th and early 18th century courtesy of Dave Williams . ECP/ 12/ 163//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00164)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Route of the Ark and the Dove; overlay of slide of Dove; cover of Maryland Manual . ECP/ 12/ 164//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00165)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Edmund S. Morgan, talk at the Foxcroft School in 1975 about re-thinking history . ECP/ 12/ 165//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00166)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Thomas Bodley and his use in 1605 of Wordes are Women, and deedes are men; letter about book worm, 1602; George Calvert and presentation of OPERA of King James to Oxford in 1620; overlays.

This research file contains the paper trail of references relating to January 21, 2016 testimony on the Calvert Motto where I argue that it should be interpreted Strong Words, Gentle Deeds. Included are

the early draft of the blog entry from which I spoke at the hearing,

a copy of Tom Coakley's George Calvert ...Family, Status, Arms

excerpts from Hall the Great Seal of Maryland

Gittes on Boccaccio and gender neutrality excerpt from women of the renaissance

excerpt from Birch, v. 2, Court and Times of James I, p175 on Calvert's ability to make a large comment on anything

Henry Miller's translation of the inscription on Anne Mynne Calvert's tomb

ref to William Byrd's music as code for Roman Catholics

title page of Hunter, Shakespeare

Henry Miller on Trinity College and Anne Mynne Calvert's tomb

MHM re: AMC's tomb inscription (inaccurate)

Culver, 1925, on Motto, MHM

Brahms and motto

Copy of Coakley, Sad Face of Winter, MHM


Notes from Henry Miller:

Edward Papenfuse <edpapenfuse@gmail.com> Wed, Jan 20, 2016 at 3:08 PM To: Henry Miller <henrym@digshistory.org> Bcc: Sallie Papenfuse <sallie.papenfuse@gmail.com>, Edward Papenfuse <edpapenfuse@gmail.com> Henry:

Thank you for your kind words.

I think the presentation copy to Oxford that I was thinking of is one that I think is mis-cataloged by David Rogers in his "The Bodleian Library and its Treasures", item 59, the Presentation binding on King Jame's Opera,, 1620. He says it is inscribed by Giles Calvert, Secretary of State, but I think he misread the signature. It is, I believe, inscribed by George Calvert.

I also found my notes on Sir Thomas Bodley who, in 1605 had an unflattering comment about Sr. Jo. Parker who "hath promised more than yow (Thomas James] have signified; but wordes are women, and deedes are men." I suspect that Bodley was not a fan of Florio ... I would love to know if the Bodleian has presentation copies from Florio who taught there for a number of years....

I will try to get to see the presentation copy this summer when I am back in England for research (hopefully in June).

If you have a contact at the Bodleian could you share it with me? I would like to write them about this volume.

Ed

George Calvert and Anne Mynne 4 messages Edward Papenfuse <edpapenfuse@gmail.com> Sat, Jan 16, 2016 at 11:54 AM To: Henry Miller <HenryM@digshistory.org> Cc: John Krugler <john.krugler@marquette.edu> Bcc: Edward Papenfuse <edpapenfuse@gmail.com> Henry:

I just finished reading your blog entry on George Calvert and Trinity College. Very nicely done. I wish we could afford to go on one of you excursions to the homeland, but I will have to take solace in what you write about your adventures there.

As I mentioned in a previous email, I am finishing revising an essay that I wrote on Anne Mynne and George Calvert, and am trying to track down two references I have poorly documented in my notes which I suspect only you can provide.

The first is the account of Anne Mynne's funeral procession to where she is buried, which I remember, perhaps wrongly, contained a reference to a mass/high mass at Arundel House where she had been residing. I know that George retires there after her death for atime.

The second is an entry I am sure I have seen of a gift of a book to an Oxford college on one of the King's (James/Charles?) visits to Oxford. I thought it was in the Treasure Houses of Britain catalog that first identified and published the original Mytens, but I can't find it.

Any help you could give me on these two obscure points would be most appreciated.

Ed Krugler, John <john.krugler@marquette.edu> Sat, Jan 16, 2016 at 1:55 PM To: Edward Papenfuse <edpapenfuse@gmail.com> Cc: Henry Miller <HenryM@digshistory.org> Ed: Wise move contacting HMM. He has investigated the Mynnes more that I ever did. The time he spent in England allowed him to pursue the Calvert family. He has found some very significant material. Everything I had, I put into my book. Good luck on you pursuit. John [Quoted text hidden] John D. Krugler, PhD Professor Emeritus History Department Marquette University 203D Sensenbrenner Hall 1103 West Wisconsin Ave. P O Box 1881 Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881 1-414-288-7056

Henry Miller <henrym@digshistory.org> Mon, Jan 18, 2016 at 11:43 AM To: Edward Papenfuse <edpapenfuse@gmail.com>, John Krugler <jdkrugler@wi.rr.com> Hi Ed:

I was able to sort through the materials John had collected this past weekend.

You have the reference about him going to Arundel House, as John cites in English and Catholic but there are no further details.

There is the following citation in the Trumbull Mss: 36 Lock to Trumbull on 9 August 1622

"...Mr. Secretie Calverts Lady departed this life yesterday about 2 of the clock in the after noone, she was not sicke above two dayes, an untimely birth was the cause of her death for which there is much sorrowe"

A day later,(10 August) there is an entry in the St. Martins-in-the-Fields Register in Latin:

"D'na Anna Calvert uxor Hono lio viri Georgii Calvert, Equitis Aurati, moricus die tovis ultimeio elapso auferta fuit he vers, com' Hartf sepeliri"

(This may not be a totally accurate transcription of the Latin). What this indicates is that she was originally interred there on 10 August.

This is found in 1936 Register if St. Martin-in-the-Fields. Translated and edited by J. V. Kitto. Harleian Society Publication, Vol. 66 page 173.

Confirming this is another statement found in the St. Martins in the Fields Church Warden Accounts, vol II, f. 393, about receipts for Funerals. It lists "Dame Anne Calvert 50s"

So that is all the evidence I can find about her death and burial. There is nothing referencing the installation of the formal tomb at her home village.

It seems certain that she was first buried at St. Martin's, the body later moved to St. Mary's in Hertingfordbury. The chest tomb for her would have taken some time to produce so reburial must have been in later 1622 or in 1623. While I cannot prove it, an analysis of the known artisans working in the London area at that time strongly suggests that Nicholas Stone was the maker. This is mostly base on a comparison of known products of the artisans, and data about their periods of production. As Master Mason to James I, he seems a reasonable bet for someone Calvert would have turn to for this task. This hypothesis needs to be developed into a full document.

And I remember you previously inquired about the gift volume at Oxford. While there, I did a search of the collection and then asked the Boldeian library staff for assistance in locating it, including one who works in the Duke Humpfrey library where the pre-1632 volumes are kept. This had negative results. It is a puzzle. I inquired of the librarian at Trinity but they had no knowledge of it either. This does not mean it is not present, just that the inscription in it is not easily found due to the catalog procedures.

Very sorry it is not possible to provide the specific citations you are seeking. I have seen nothing about a mass said for Lady Calvert.

Sincerely,

Henry



[Quoted text hidden] -- Henry M. Miller PhD. RPA Maryland Heritage Scholar Historic St. Mary's City St. Mary's City,. Maryland 20686 240-895-4976 henrym@digshistory.org Edward Papenfuse <edpapenfuse@gmail.com> Mon, Jan 18, 2016 at 1:09 PM To: Henry Miller <henrym@digshistory.org> Cc: John Krugler <john.krugler@marquette.edu> Many thanks. I suspect you are right about Nicholas Stone.

I have one more place to look for the funeral procession to Hertingfordbury and the mass. If I find it, I will pass it on.


Ed

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DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Commission for the Great Seal, 1648, of Maryland; overlays . ECP/ 12/ 167//

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DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Overlay of cover of Robert Cole's World, Carr, Menard, Walsh . ECP/ 12 / 168//

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DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . correspondence with William Safire on meaning of Fatti Maschii Parole Femine motto of Calvert family . ECP/ 12/ 169//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00170)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . John Leo on Maryland Motto, U.S. News and World Report, quoting GAS, 5/10/1993 . ECP/ 12/ 170//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00171)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Letter from Tom Coakley re: origins of cross botany from Mynne family; enclosure article by Safire; . ECP/ 12/ 171//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00172)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Calvert map of Maryland Medal; illustration in Hawkins, Franks, Grueber, vol 1; British Museum, 1885 correspondence with Lord Eden of Winton re: use of medal for fund raising; image file. ECP/ 12/ 172//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00173)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Butch Vosloh letter; with original of Calvert map medal illustration from Grueber quote re: women from Kipling's Betrothed: a woman is only a woman, but a good cigar is a SMOKE. 4/93. ECP/ 12/ 173//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00174)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . 1667-1675; Complaint from Heaven; a Hue and Crye and a petition out of Virginia and Maryland; ref to pukly chancellor; from Archives vol V. ECP/ 12/ 174//

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DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . research on John Florio, A Worlde of Wordes, 1598. . ECP/ 12/ 175//

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DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . list of images relating to Mynne tomb in proj 5542 . ECP/ 12/ 176//

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DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Researcb on St. Cecilia (November 22) and marriage of George Calvert to Anne Mynne, possibly on that day.. ECP/ 12/ 177//

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DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . cloth flag of Maryland, . ECP/ 12/ 178//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00179)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Cecil Calvert, map, grandson charles, negro body servant by Gerard Soest; overlay from Atlas . ECP/ 12/ 179//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00180)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Daniel Mytens portrait of George Calvert fro Treasurer Houses of Britain catalogue, National Gallery of Art..

Also includes image of George Calvert taken from Justin Winsor, Volume III., labled Geocalv1.jpg,

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DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Anne Wolseley Calvert; press conference at the Smithsonian, April 5; news coverage, tape; . ECP/ 12/ 181//

includes:

Great Seal facsimiles; population estimates from 14-495; comparable population with London; good copies of notes for payment that ciruclated in the 1670s; Philip Calvert's slave Vergil from Barbadoes; photo of Anne; reference to article in Journal of New York Academy of Sciences, ca. 1898, by Motter about insects found in District of Columbia graves; notes of meeting with Scientists; William Penn's reflection on Philip; need to review the dating of Penn papers to see if William Penn's dating of his letter is January instead of March or April (new style vs. old style dating); bios of Philip and Anne Calvert.

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DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . 1693, Governor Lionel Copley inventory, transcription by Lois Carr. . ECP/ 12/ 182//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00183)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Coffin Press Conference, list of press attending; article and photo in Jonesboro, Arkansas paper; letter from Mark Steven Calvert re: coffins; Peter Jay article on Alas Poor Philip.. ECP/ 12/ 183//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00184)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Overlays of Treasure House of Britain containing MYTENS portraits; connection between Florio and Arundell's; Howards? Anne Mynne?. ECP/ 12/ 184//

John Florio by Mytens 3 messages Edward Papenfuse <edpapenfuse@gmail.com> Mon, Jan 18, 2016 at 6:52 PM To: archiveenquiry@npg.org.uk Bcc: Edward Papenfuse <edpapenfuse@gmail.com> Sidney Lee in the DNB article on John Florio writes:

A fine portrait of Florio, aged 58, engraved by W. Hole, is prefixed to the 1611 edition of the Italian Dictionary. A painting by Mytens is said to have belonged to the Earl of Dorset, and to be now at Knole Park, Sevenoaks.

Does anyone know where the Mytens portrait of Florio is to be found? Is the Hole engraving of the Mytens portrait? It is reminiscent of the Mytens portrait of George Calvert, 1st Lord Baltimore which was painted about the same time as the Mytens portrait of Florio.

Sincerely,

Ed Papenfuse Maryland State Archivist Emeritus This email has been sent from a virus-free computer protected by Avast. www.avast.com Paul Cox <pcox@npg.org.uk> Fri, Jan 22, 2016 at 11:39 AM To: Edward Papenfuse <edpapenfuse@gmail.com>

Dear Mr Papenfuse


Thank you for your email, but I am afraid the DNB reference to the portrait at Knole is our only reference to it. I have been unable to find it in the 1930 catalogue of the pictures at Knole and the Gallery�s first director Sir George Scharf did not record it during his visits. Without any knowledge of the portrait�s appearance it is not possible to speculate on its relationship with Hole�s engraving.


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Sidney Lee in the DNB article on John Florio writes:

A fine portrait of Florio, aged 58, engraved by W. Hole, is prefixed to the 1611 edition of the Italian Dictionary. A painting by Mytens is said to have belonged to the Earl of Dorset, and to be now at Knole Park, Sevenoaks.

Does anyone know where the Mytens portrait of Florio is to be found? Is the Hole engraving of the Mytens portrait? It is reminiscent of the Mytens portrait of George Calvert, 1st Lord Baltimore which was painted about the same time as the Mytens portrait of Florio.

Sincerely,

Ed Papenfuse

Maryland State Archivist Emeritus

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Edward Papenfuse <edpapenfuse@gmail.com> Fri, Jan 22, 2016 at 5:34 PM To: Paul Cox <pcox@npg.org.uk> I very much appreciate your prompt response.

The puzzle of when Mytens painted portraits of George Calvert and possibly John Florio is one I hope I can solve. The Hole engraving of Florio is dated 1611. The Mytens portrait of George Calvert at Bourne Park was supposedly signed and dated by Mytens 1627 with a later inscription giving the sitter's name and office. Was it common for Mytens to date his portraits this way?

Usually "about 1618" is the year given for Myten's arrival at the Court. Could he have been there and begun painting as early as a1611?

I suspect that the DNB reference to the Florio portrait is taken from the Reverend Joseph Hunter, The First Part of New Illustrations ..., 1844, p. 262, or his source, the Harleain manuscripts:

       There is an engraved portrait by Hole of Florio in the second edition of his Italian Dictionary, as dictionary work of great merit, but abounding also in remarkable English words and phrases, and very curious middle-age know ledge. It represents him in his fifty-eighth year, and we perceive nothing in it which can be supposed to justify the remark of Cornwallis. There was painting of him, supposed to be by Daniel Mytens, in the possession of the Dorset family but it has been lost, or perhaps regarded as representing some one else, no such portrait being mentioned in any modern list of their paintings. Yet that they had once such portrait appears from the Common.Place Book of Charles Earl of Dorset, the patron of Dryden, now among the Harleian Manuscripts (No. 4636 'Tis thought Michens, painter to King James, drew the picture of Florio which we have." This Manuscript, which contains much of the private thoughts of the Earl of Dorset, as well as many passages extracted by him from the authors whom he read, has attracted no attention, perhaps on account of its standing in the Ca talogue without any intimation of the eminent person whose book it was.


If you compare the Mytens head of George Calvert with the Hole engraving of Florio, there is a striking resemblance in pose and composition:

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Who is considered the leading expert on Mytens? | NOTES (ecp\12Char\00185)

DATE: June 30, 1997

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Subject: . Ad Quod Damnum proceedings; relations with Indians; use by Philip Calvert in the public interest. mills; water mills; work by John Hart.. ECP/ 12 / 185//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00186)

DATE: June 30, 1997

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Subject: . Lois Carr's work on the Governor's house (Country House) in St. Mary's City. January 1994. . ECP/ 12/ 186//

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DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Complaint letter about desecration of Calvert graves (lead coffins) from Mark Steven Calvert. reply copy of Peter Jay and Eugene Meyer articles on press conference;. ECP/ 12/ 187//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00188)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . AP wire story and color photo of Smithsonian Press Conference on Lead Coffins; ECP; note from Larry Ball re: from Jonesboro Arkansas paper;. ECP/ 12/ 188//

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DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Research by Elaine Rice on Daniel Mytens; portraits of Wolseley family; Peter Lely; artists who may have painted the Calverts;. ECP/ 12/ 189//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00190)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Elaine Rice research on lost portrait of John Florio by Daniel Mytens . ECP/ 12/ 190//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00191)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Ad Quod Damnum proceedings; work by professor John F. Hart, Widener School of Law, Wilmington DE 302-477-2286. ECP/ 12/ 191//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00192)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . William Penn on Philip Calvert's death; reply to 1/24/1683; . ECP/ 12/ 192//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00193)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Philip Calvert; education in Portugal (Lisbon) courtesy of James McLaughlin, Princeton University. Catholic Record Society, 1991.. ECP/ 12/ 193//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00194)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Portrait of Anne Wolseley's closest known female relative: in estate of Mrs. John Rutledge Abney, 1929; McHenry Howard on Portait, once in Maynadier family hands Annapolis.. ECP/ 12/ 194//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00195)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Correspondence with Colonel Kane re: Anne Mynne's tomb. . ECP/ 12/ 195//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00196)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Philip Calvert landholdings, research by Lois Carr, 1992 . ECP/ 12/ 196//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00197)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . will of Anne Wolseley's father Thomas? 1629/30; from Jane McWilliams, PRO . ECP/ 12/ 197//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00198)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Elaine Rice research on Anne Wolseley; publicity re: reconstruction of Anne's face; search for portraits of family; Robert Wolseley's family;. ECP/ 12/ 198//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00199)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . For the published transcripts of the Calvert Papers, including Charles Calvert's references to Philip see 14-327-VII; Peabody Fund Publication, no. 28, 1889; 34, 1894; 35, 1899.. ECP/ 12/ 199//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00200)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Thomas Wentworth papers, Sheffield, U.K., library. letters of George and Cecil Calvert, 1620s and 30 s. Gives Cecil's residence by July 1634 as Drury Lane. See 12-93 for other residences.. ECP/ 12/ 200//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00201)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Philip Calvert's references to his wife, December 29, 1681, from Archives XX for Forgotten Mothers of Maryland? note for Anne Wolseley see also Project 6473.. ECP/ 12/ 201//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00202)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Charles Calvert to Board of Trade, 1678 re: Towns, St. Mary's City . ECP/ 12/ 202//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00203)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Forman, H. Chandlee. excerpts from Jamestown & St. Mary's re: Country House, St. Peter's, and size of State House.. ECP/ 12/ 203//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00204)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Herrman, Augustine, embassy to Maryland, 1659, meeting at Philip Calvert's plantation; Lois Carr sketch map of location of prominent buildings in St. Mary's City by 1696.. ECP/ 12/ 204//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00205)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Jean Russo photographs of Lloyd family coat of Arms; rampant lion on gate; May 1994; . ECP/ 12/ 205//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00206)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Jean Russo notes on Upton Scott papers; Francis Key; clotworth Birnie Collection; Thomas Ridout; . ECP/ 12/ 206//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00207)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Butch Vosloh on St. Mary's County Historical Society Denarium; Thomas Sparrow . ECP/ 12/ 207//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00208)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Ark and Dove Society; William T. Conklin; Frank Kane; . ECP/ 12/ 208/ /

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00209)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Ellis, Donna M. and Karen A. Stuart. The Calvert Papers. Calendar and Guide to the Microfilm Edition 1989.. ECP/ 12/ 209//

file contains copies of originals of Charles Calvert's letters printed in Fund Publication 28: 1664; 1672; 1673, including reference in latter to Anne Arundell's portrait

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00210)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Beckett, R. B. Lely. 1955. Biography, catalogue of paintings of Pieter van der Faes, known as Peter Lely, d. 11/3/1680. ECP/ 12/ 210//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00211)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Doug Birch on Mattapany, 329 year old house of Charles Calvert, 3rd Lord Baltimore; Julie King, Archaeologist; 10/01/94 SUN. ECP/ 12/ 211//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00212)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Complete set of newspapers done by Father Farina for the 350th Anniversary; Lois Carr, ECP; good graphics; 1984. ECP/ 12/ 212//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00213)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Philip Calvert, 12/29/1681 re: his wife; published as a broadside in England; from Archives 20; PROJ 6473. ECP/ 12/ 213//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00214)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Portraits of the 5th Lord Baltimore, Charles Calvert. Note that at the Carroll House, 2nd floor, there is a primitive painting labled 5th Lord Baltimore (over mantelresearch by Elaine Rice. ECP/ 12/ 214//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00215)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Dorothy Noble research on Francis Nicholson and his armorial bearings contained in Henry Hulsbergh Prospect of Richmond; illustation in Roger Gale, Honor of Richmond.. ECP/ 12/ 215//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00216)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Jesuit? Chapel at St. Mary's City. Study to determine what it looked like and to reconstruct it. Papers by Lucas, and the Archaeolgical team headed by Silas Hurry and Henry Miller.. ECP/ 12/ 216//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00217)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . article re; home of Charles, Lord Baltimore (Mattapany), Patuxent River, St. Mary's County . ECP/ 12/ 217//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00218)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Declaration of Maryland, 1633; proj 7563; possible relation of loss of to Vatican heist? help of Bill Bodziak; customs; archivist at Westminster: Father Ian Dicki9e, 171-938-3580. ECP/ 12/ 218//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00219)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Project file for document packet on the patterns of colonial settlement; includes Lord Baltimore's Instructions;. ECP/ 12/ 219//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00220)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Book review for the Maryland Historical Magazine of Voayge ot Maryland, Rlatio Itineris in Mariland ium; trans & ed by Barbara Lawatsch-Boomgaarden; 1995; due April 30 1996. ECP/ 12/ 220//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00221)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1633-1642. Father Andrew White, Jesuit, Father Poulton, or Pulton; Patents Libers recording the number of people they claimed as entitling them to headrights; Father Hughes on Father White; Cecil Calvert re. ECP/ 12/ 221//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00222)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Last State House in St. Mary's City; correspondence with Henry Miller re:; Forman's chapter on the State House from Jamestown & St. Mary's; question of archaeology and placement of porch. ECP/ 12/ 222//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00223)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Henry Miller's program on the learning channel (British Archaeology team) about Philip Calvert's mansion at St. Mary's. Also work on the Fort and other buildings. Wonderful program.. ECP/ 12/ 223//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00224)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Hardy, Beatriz Betancourt. "Deprived of his Liberty & Freedom": Gender Race, and the Battle over John Gibbs' Will. 1752 banning of freeing slaves by will result of this Queen Anne's County case. ECP/ 12/ 224//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00225)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . The Calvert Pedigree, drawn up and written with his own hand by the Honorable Benedict Leonard Calvert, Esq., 9/1/1718 given to Thomas Hearne, MdHM ii (1907)369. ECP/ 12/ 225//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00226)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Lois Carr's search for Philip Calvert letter in Bodleian Library; note of 8/2/94 with Archives version; to London Merchant Henry Meese.. ECP/ 12/ 226//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00227)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Genealogy of the Wolseley, Ross, Key, Henry Maynadier Steele; Betsy Steele Bodziak, George Pendeleto n who marries daughter of Francis Scott Key and who inherits the portrait of Anne Wolseley; by J McW. ECP/ 12/ 227//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00228)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . art professor and stolen vatican documents; missing Declaration? WEb articles re:; SUN 96/08/14 . ECP/ 12/ 228//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00229)

DATE: June 30, 1997
Database: 12Char
Subject: . Lois Carr inquiry re: accuracy of translation of the Charter re: whether Bacon ("framing") or 1635 translation ("enacting") is what the assembly of freemen was permitted to do. Legislative powers?. ECP/ 12/ 229//

Charter in Latin:

Problem of extent of Legislative powers

1) Bacon's translation from Scharf:

"of and with the advice, assent, and approbation of the free men of the same Provicne, or of the greater part of them, or of their delegates or deputies, who we will shall be called together for the framing of laws, when and as often as need shall require by the aforesaid now Baron of Baltimore, and his heirs, and in the form which shall seem best to him or them, and the same to publish under the seal of the aforesaid now Baron of Baltimore ..."

From Section VII of Bacon's translation taken from the 1758 transcription of the Charter as it appears on the Chancery Rolls.

2) from the 1635 translation:

"of and with the advise assent and approbation of the Free-men of the said Province, or the greater part of them, or of their delegates or deputies, whom for the enacting of the said Lawes, when, and as often as neede shall require, We will that the said now Lord Baltemore, and his heires, shall assemble in such sort and forme, as to him or them shall seeme best, ..."

3) Brother Robert's translation for Lois Carr (6/4/1997)

"with Council by the assent and approbation of free men of the same Province or of the greater part of them or of their representatives or dputies which we will to be convoked as often as there is need by the foresaid Baron of Baltimore for the making of laws and for their publication under the seal of the present Baron of Baltimore and his heirs and thier promulgation . . .


contains reference to Original Charter facsimile in T68-185 | NOTES (ecp\12Char\00230)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1675-?. Trust Cecil Calvert's will sets up for Elizabeth Calvert, his sister. Relates to Kiplin and lands in Yorkshire.. ECP/ 12/ 230//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00231)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . images of Cecil Calvert, notes towards explaining his importance and the beginnings of responsive/ responsible government in America under the Charter. Calvrt bios from LHP.. ECP/ 12/ 231//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00232)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Coakley, Thomas M. annotated copy of his article on the Calvert Coat of Arms, MdHM 79: 3, Fall 1984 . ECP/ 12/ 232//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00233)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Card for James Weld, Lulworth Castle, Dorset. Chapel where Bishop Carroll ordained? Invested?; home of Humphrey Weld, brother-in-law to Cecil Calvert . ECP/ 12/ 233//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00234)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Cecil Calvert inventory for Weld House, Wild Hill, London, 1675; PRO PROB 4/4094 . ECP/ 12/ 234//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00235)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Culver, Francis B. The Maternal Ancestry of Sir George Calvert [Crossland?] MdHM 29(1934)331 . ECP/ 12/ 235//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00236)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Bibbins, Mrs. Arthur Barneveld. The English Beginnings of Maryland (sans pictures) MdHM 28(1933)283 -309. ECP/ 12/ 236//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00237)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Hastings, Mrs. Russel. Calvert and Darnall Gleanings from English Wills. MdHM 22(1927)307-349 George Calvert, Cecil Calvert, Elizabeth Calvert,. ECP/ 12/ 237//

| NOTES (ecp\12CHAR\00238)

DATE: October 25, 1997

Database: 12CHAR

Subject: . Mynne family symbols (cross botany) on a napkin; images for use in talks .

also includes good images of the calvert coin, map and Cecil in armor

| NOTES (ecp\12CHAR\00239)

DATE: October 25, 1997

Database: 12CHAR

Subject: . St. Cecilia by Bernardo Strozzi, catalogue of exhibit at the Walters Art Gallery, 1995, oil on canva s, Kansas City, Nelson-Atikins Museumof Art, 1618/1620. ECP/ 12/ 239//

| NOTES (ecp\12CHAR\00240)

DATE: October 25, 1997

Database: 12CHAR

Subject: . trip to Kiplin Hall, May 1996, photographs, . ECP/ 12/ 240//

| NOTES (ecp\12CHAR\00241)

DATE: October 25, 1997

Database: 12CHAR

Subject: . St. Cecilia by Orazio Gentileschi, Florence, 1610. From National Gallery of Art catalogue, no. 296. . ECP/ 12/ 241//

| NOTES (ecp\12CHAR\00242)

DATE: December 31, 1997

Database: 12CHAR

Subject: . Cecil Calvert will, PRO PROB 11-350, 1676/11, Inventory in Prob 4-4094, House, Muswell Hill & Wild Street.. ECP/ 12/ 242//

| NOTES (ecp\12CHAR\00243)

DATE: January 4, 1998

Database: 12CHAR

Subject: . The Maryland Jesuits 1634-1833, property of James F. Falmon, S. J.; articles by Gerald Fogarty, , Jo seph Durkin, Gerald Curran. 1976. See max files. ECP/ 12/ 243//

| NOTES (ecp\12CHAR\00244)

DATE: June 9, 1998

Database: 12CHAR

Subject: . Hardy, Beatriz Betancourt. Papists in a Protestant Age: The Catholic Gentry and Community in Colonial Maryland, 1689-1776. University of Maryland, 1993. ECP/ 12/ 244//

Image files; contains biographies of Jesuits and prominent Catholics in Maryland from 1689-1776.

Kathy:

please image in paperport at ocr setting (I will show you what I mean); Save as max files by chapter and appendix:

hardy00= front matter hardy01=chapter 1, etc.

place the max files in your U:\todo directory (actually my E drive).

Thanks

| NOTES (ecp\12CHAR\00245)

DATE: October 23, 1999

Database: 12CHAR

Subject: . William Warner, discovery of the origins of the name "Maryland"; includes article from Aspects, New Foundland Historical Society, v.8,n.3, 12/1976, by Robert A. Barakat re: Geroge Calvert house. ECP/ 12/ 245//

| NOTES (ecp\12CHAR\00246)

DATE: March 26, 2000

Database: 12CHAR

Subject: . New York Review of Books Article re: Russia contains photograph of a modern day Russian mafioso wearing the cloak and cross of the order of St. Constantine which is the buttone cross with red. ECP/ 12/ 246//

| NOTES (ecp\12CHAR\00247)

DATE: July 23, 2000
Database: 12CHAR

Subject: King Charles's first response to George Calvert's 1629 plea for a new grant of land near Virginia: South of the River James, North of Sir Robert Heath's grant which ended at the Passa Magnus River.


1) The Heath grant:

   The earliest grant of the lower part of the territory claimed by England under the discovery of Cabot, was made by His Majesty King Charles I., in the fith year of his reign, to Sir Robert Heath, his attorney-general.  In that patent it is called, and the designated limits extended from the river Matheo in the thirtieth degree, to the river Passa Magna in the thirty-sixth degree of north latitude.  There is good reason for the belief that actual possession was taken under this concession, and that, in an effort to colonize, considerable sums were expended by the proprietor and those claiming under him.  Whether this grant was subsequently surrendered, or whether it was vacated and declared null for non user or other cause, we are not definitely informed.  Certain it is that King Charles II., in the exercise of his royal pleasure, issued to the Lords Proprietors of Carolina two grants of the same territory with some slight modifications of boundaries.  The latter of these grants, bearing date of the 30th of June in the seventeenth year of his reign, conveys to the Lords Proprietors of that portion of America between the thirty-sixth and one half and the twenty-ninth degrees of north latitude. Source:  Charles C. Jones, Jr., LL.D., Chapter VI, The English Colonization of Georgia, 1733-1752,  in Justin Winsor; editor, Narrative and Critical History of America, (Boston, 1887), Vol. V., Part II, p. 358.  [ecp-4-2865]

2) The present day boundaries of what was intended in the Heath grant and in the first proposed 'Virginia' grant to Lord Baltimore are difficult to sort out precisely given the contemporary understanding of where the 36th parallel of north Latitude lay. John White's 1585 map of the area printed by DeBry (see Lorant, New World (1965 ed.) end pages and pp. 274-275; ecp-4-2528) does not give latitude, but his manuscript map does (Lorant, New World (1965 ed.), p. 187, and Hulton, America 1585 (1984) p. 85, plate 59). In his manuscript map,White places the 36th parallel (the southern boundary of the proposed Calvert grant and the northern boundary of Heath's) at about where Cape Hatteras is today. Subsequent early printed maps (e.g. Blaeu, Virginia and Florida, 1660 in Portinaro and Knirsch, The Cartography of North America (1987), p. 181, and Bellin, La Caroline et Georgie, ibid., p. 243 [ecp-4-3450]) show the 36th parallel on or about Albemarle Sound, near where it is shown on modern maps. It is the modern placement of the 36th parallel which is used for discussion purposes here and is illustrated by the Johnson map of North and South Carolina.


3) The bounds of the grant to Lord Baltimore to the south of the James River (a grant actually signed by the King; see the discussion of the second warrant below) which created such opposition among the Virginia investors and planters, and led to his grant being shifted (at his request) to the northward, are taken from the original first warrant for a grant to Lord Baltimore (a warrant is the first step in the process of the granting of a patent to land; see Andrews, Proceedings of a Patent Through the Seals [ecp-12-33-1]; This first warrant on behalf of Lord Baltimore passed through all the necessary steps in February 1632 and the King signed the 'bill' granting the land under the terms of the warrant). This first warrant reads in part:


   all that tract or precinct of land, lying from the Bay of Chesapeack and the River of Pohatan otherwise called  James River on the North (including on league from the shoare within them both) into  unto the River of Passa=magnus on the South (which River is the bounds of an ohter proportion of countrey lately granted by his Maty unto Sir Robert Heath Lord Cheife Justice of the Common pleas) and betweixt Cape Henry to the East and the Creek of Warrowsqueak to the West  and from the head or bottom of that Creek to the head or fountain of the great River  of Wyapennock, and from thence southerly to the lymmits of the precinct granted to Sir Robert Heath, and on the East from Cape Henry afforesaid all along the sea coast to the mouth of the River of Passamagnus, together with all islands lying eastward upon the said Coast over against this porcon of land thus described, or within one league of the South Shoare of the bay of Chesapeack, and James River, from Cape Henry to Warrowsqueack.
   ...
   His Maty is likewise pleased that the said Lord Baltimore shall have free fishing for himself and the people of his plantation in the Bay of Chesapeack, and the said River of Pohatan.  And that all ships boates or other vessels bound to or from any part of the precinct within his Governement may passe freely with their persons and goods, without Search controule or other molestation of the other Collony there planted or of any of their fforts built or to be built hereafter. And that the said preccinct now intended to be granted  by his Maty. unto the Lo. Baltimore, shall not have any dependance of the now Colony of Virginia,nor be reputed as any part thereof, nor subject to their government in any sort but shall depend and hold solely and immediately upon his Jaty and his Imperial Crowne.  Fo all which you are to draw a bill accordinly fitt for his Matys Royall signature, and this ahall be your warrant.
   From Whitehall the   of February 1631[2]
   [ecp-12-33-5]

| NOTES (ecp\12CHAR\00248)

DATE: February 10, 2002
Database: 12CHAR

Subject: . William Reese Company, New Haven, Lord Baltimore Defends his Charter, 1650, against Ingle.

first known defense of the Act of Toleration, 1649, by Cecil Calvert. | NOTES (ecp\12Char\00001)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1634-1670s. Farina's newsp supple on Cecil Calvert "With A Gentle Northerne Gale..", tract map St. Mary's City transcript of George Calvert's NewFoundland letter, 1629?. ECP/ 12/ 1//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00002)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Williams, Richmond appraisal of Houghton Charter, observations re: . ECP/ 12/ 2//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00003)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Andros copy of the Charter, Conditions of Plantation, H. P. Kraus catalogue of papers . ECP/ 12/ 3//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00004)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1693-97. Notes on Andros in Maryland, Lionel Copley, re: portrait, from Archives of Maryland . ECP/ 12/ 4//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00005)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Baltimore, Lords from Burke's Complete Peerage . ECP/ 12/ 5//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00006)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1657. Blotling Engraving of Cecil Calvert, notes on Pratt Copy . ECP/ 12 / 6//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00007)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1617-. Bolles Family, research on George at Guildhall Library, from Complete Baronetage, 1902 . ECP/ 12/ 7//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00008)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Margaret Brent by Lois Carr, slides of Glanzman painting from National Geographic . ECP/ 12/ 8//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00009)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: c. 1672. William Bretton, notes from Lois Carr's project, re: . ECP/ 12/ 9//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00010)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1633/11/15. Calvert Papers, Fund Publication 28, 1889, transcription of Lord Baltimore's instructions, . ECP/ 12/ 10//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00011)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Andrews, Matthew Page, chapter from the Founding of Maryland on the Ark and the Dove. . ECP/ 12/ 11//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00012)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1645?. Transcription of the Thomas Cornwallis, vs. Richard Ingle case, from PRO . ECP/ 12/ 12//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00013)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1980/04/28. Gordon Taylor, Rector, St. Giles in the Fields, London, April 1980, re: Calvert Family . ECP/ 12/ 13//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00014)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1632. Charter of Maryland as printed in Old Maryland Manuals, taken from Thomas Bacon's translation. . ECP/ 12/ 14//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00015)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Calvert Family Portraits on loan to State from Enoch Pratt, includes 1924 letter of Mary Risteau re: Florence Mackubin copy of Calvert portrait at Eden's residence in England.. ECP/ 12/ 15//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00016)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Daniel Mytens (1590-1658) portrait of George Calvert, Sally Hanan correspondence with the Earl of Verulam, Gorhambury, re: in 1976. Note: portrait on loan to National Portrait Gallery in 84?. ECP/ 12/ 16//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00017)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Brian Smith references to papers of Henry Arundell, John Belasyse, William Herbert, William Howard, William Petre, for Ron Hoffman.. ECP/ 12/ 17/ /

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00018)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1640s. Calvert Medallions (G1635) on loan from National Portrait Gallery, with Anne Arundell, Cecil Calvert . ECP/ 12/ 18//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00019)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1634. Leonard Calvert's letter to Sir Richard Lechford, 30 May 1634, concerning the voyage to Maryland. Originals and transcript as published in 1899. (See FBI case re: Lechford papers). ECP/ 12/ 19//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00020)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1670. Calvert, Cecil portrait of with grandson, servant, map of Maryland showing Watkins Point owned by Enoch Pratt (good black and white photos), notes re acquisition, Florence MacKubin copy. ECP/ 12/ 20//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00021)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1633/11/13. Cecil Calverts instructions to Leonard Calvert, Jerome Hawley, Thomas Cornwaleys, his commissioners for the Government of Maryland. Includes a comparison of the orginial with the printed version.. ECP/ 12 / 21//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00022)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Sparks, Jared, 1846, xerox of title page of biography of George Calvert, 1st Lord Baltimore . ECP/ 12/ 22//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00023)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1680. John Lewellin's receipt for books removed from the Secretary's office to the State House for Land Office (includes Conditions of Plantations, but no mention of Charter; in Chas Calvert's hand). ECP/ 12/ 23//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00024)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1578-1682. Calvert, Philip, youngest son of George Calvert; probate records, material towards a biography of 2 documents have the IHS watermark;. ECP/ 12/ 24//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00025)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1968/1969. Carr, Lois Green. article on The Founding of St. Mary's City, The SMithsonian Journal of History, Volume 3, Number 4, Winter, 1968-1969; pp. 77-100. ECP/ 12/ 25//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00026)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1636-1658. Lois Carr's notes for ECP on conditions of Plantation (when in force, etc.) . ECP/ 12/ 26//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00027)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Maryland at the Beginning by Lois Carr, Russell R. Menard, and Louis Peddicord, 1st and 2nd editions list colonists on the Ark and the Dove.. ECP/ 12/ 27//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00028)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Carr, Lois and ecp esssay for Father Farina on the Founding of Maryland, pamphlets for 350th showing detail from Egli painting.; James Murfin on Geogre Calvert's dream. ECP/ 12/ 28//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00029)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Sotheby sale catalogue of Calvert portraits in 1933, owned by Sir Timothy Calvert Eden; slides. Catalogue includes detail of Watkins Point; MdHR 2138-365; 1-32-1-41; G 1607. ECP/ 12/ 29//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00030)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Pratt Library, Hugh Young Collection of Calvert Papers, inventory, slides taken in 1981; Richard Cox introduction to; clippings re: Ann Curry, Ernie Siegal, 1981. ECP/ 12/ 30//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00031)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Wroth, Lawrence. Tobacco or Codfis, Lord Baltimore Makes His Choice. Bulletin of the New York Public Library, 58(November 1954), no. 11, 523-534 + facsimile.. ECP/ 12/ 31//

Possibly to Sir Francis Cottington who was supervisor of George Calvert's Will with Viscount Wentworth, later Earl of Strafford, as well as administrator with Wentworth of a deed of trust of March 20, 1628. (525).

Calvert wants land near Vriginia "I ... may yet do the King and my Country more service there by planting of Tabacco..."

In the August 25, 1628 letter to Buckingham Calvert wrote: "I remember that his Jatie once told me that I writte as faire a hande to looke upon a farr off as any man in England, but that when any one came neare it, they weare not able to read a word: whereuppon I gott a dispensation both from his Jatie and yor Grace to use another Mans pen when I write to eyther of you, and I humblye thanke you for it; for Writting is a great payne to me nowe."

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00032)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1635/09/12. To Live like Princes, A Short Treatise Sett Downe in a Letter Written by Robert Winter to Captain John Reade concerning the new Plantation...in Maryland edited by John D. Krugler, Enoch Pratt, 1976. ECP/ 12/ 32//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00033)

DATE: June 30, 1997
Database: 12Char

Subject: Analysis of the Warrant documents in the Hugh Young Collections by Charles Andrews, Passage of a Charter through the Rolls; index to Calendar of State Papers for George Calvert which indexes one letter, 1627, three letters, 1628, one letter, 1629, in Sainsbury Calendar, 1860; Includes my critique of Charles Andrews analysis of the Warrants and the catalogue of the warrants from the Southeby sale, 1929, reprinted by the Pratt Library. Also includes images of the originals.

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00034)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Hall, Clayton Colman, ed. Narratives of Early Maryland, Charles Scribner's Sons, N.Y., 1910 p.51: Hactenus inculta, region hitherto uncultivated, from the Charter.. ECP/ 12/ 34//

1) An Account of the Colony of the Lord Baron of Baltamore, 1633 [latin version translated into English of the pamphlet A Declaration of the Lord Baltemore's Plantation in Mary-land. Lawrence Wroth suggests and Father Hughes asserts that the Author is Father Andrew White and that the latin version rec'd in Rome late in 1633, followed the printed pamphlet of which only one known copy survived in London until sometime after 1929 when it was stolen] 2) Instructions to the Colonists by Lord Baltimore, 1633 3) A Briefe Relation of the Voyage unto Maryland by Father Andrew White, 1634 4) Extract from a Letter of Captain Thomas Yong to Sir Toby Matthew, 1634 5) A relation of Maryland, 1635 6) Extracts from the Annual Letters of Jesuits, 1634-1681 7) Letter of Governor Leonard Calvert to Lord Baltimore, 1638 8) Lord Baltemore's Case, 1653 9) Virginia and Maryland, or the Lord Baltamore's Printed Case Uncased and Answered, 1655 10) Babylon's Fall, by Leonard Strong, 1655 11) Refutation of Babylon's Fall, by John Langford, 1655 Women: contains a letter purportedly written by Virlinda Stone, wife of Protestant Governor William Stone, ca. April 1655. Also contains transcription of Act of Toleration with note: "This act was passed by a General Assembly in Maryland in April 1649, and assented unto by the Lord Baltemore in 1650, and the intent of it being to prevent any disgusts between those of different judgements in Religion there, ..." Discusses Lord Baltimore's defense of the law before a committee of Parliament (see 8, 175), in ca. 1653. 12) Leah and Rachel, or, the two Fruitfull Sisters, Virginia and Mary-land, by John Hammond, 1656 13) Journal of the Dutch Embassy to Maryland by Augustine Herrman, 1659 14) A Character of the Province of Maryland by George Alsop, 1666 15) Journal of George Fox, 1672, 1673 16) Reports of Conferences between Baltimore and Penn, 1682-84

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00035)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Houghton Charter, good photostats of change in handwriting, print of Calvert Coat of arms, frm 1671 Ogilby. ECP/ 12/ 35//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00036)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1980/05/29. Final Report to Jim Nelson re: Charter research, copy of 1979 paper presented to the Society of the Ark and Dove which got me the grant from Wye. Letter from W.H. Bond, 11/80 re: watermarks. ECP/ 12/ 36//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00037)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1635-1693?. Houghton Manuscript of the Charter, xeroxes and photostats. . ECP/ 12/ 37//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00038)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1633-1639. Duke of Norfolk records, Arundel Castle relating to Sir Richard Lechford, Leonard Calvert. (see 29-1). ECP/ 12/ 38//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00039)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1978-1982. Houghton Manuscript of the Charter, correspondence with Wye Institute re: . ECP/ 12/ 39//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00040)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Maryland from Charter to Settlement, 1629-1638, proposal for a book of the Houghton Charter and promotional tracts, 1633-35. ECP/ 12/ 40//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00041)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1733/1734. House of Lords Copy of Maryland Charter, notes concerning the copy by David Johnson, Deputy Clerk, House of Lords, 5/84; House of Lords Session Papers, 1734, inquiry into manufacturing of cloth, etc. ECP/ 12/ 41//

notes that "in the County of Somerset in Maryland, the People have fallen into the Manufature of Wollen and Linen Cloth for the use of their own families, but we could not learn that they have ever manufactured any for sale in any of the Colonies except in a small Indian Town in Pennsylvania, where some Palatines have of late years settled." "... the upper and lower House of Assembly ... represent, that the produce of their Tobacco, which is their chief Commodity for Trade, was alone sufficient to supply the People with Clothing and other Necessaries from Great Britain, but that Necessity had driven some of the poorer sort of inhabitants to make small quantitities of Linene and Woollen manufactures for their own use, but that no part of them was exported." Xerox of Baltimore from Burkes Complete Peerage, pp. 393-395

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00042)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Sewall, Nicholas, 1655-1737, charged with murder of John Payne, customs collector (1692); acquitted . ECP/ 12/ 42//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00043)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Carr, Lois. Calendar of Jesuit Records when they were at the Provincial House, 1969. Known as the Woodstock Papers.. ECP/ 12/ 43//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00044)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1636-1648. Kilty, John, Condtions of Plantation from the Land-Holder's Assistant . ECP/ 12/ 44//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00045)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1978-1981. Krugler, John, 3 articles on George Calvert, Catholicism, and Religious Toleration in Maryland. . ECP/ 12/ 45//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00046)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Stone, Gary Wheeler. Chapter 2, draft, 46-64, 122-125; on John Lewger . ECP/ 12/ 46//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00047)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Llwellin, John. Biographical materials from St. Mary's City Commission files, via Lois Carr . ECP/ 12/ 47//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00048)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Prints of Calvert entries, records of St. Giles in the Fields, history of St. Dunstan's in the West; references to Books on London in time of Stuarts; postcards of Kew, PRO Chancery Lane, Bodleian. ECP/ 12/ 48//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00049)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Wenceslaus Hollar and his views of London ... by Arthur M. Hind, 1922; references to 17th century maps of London. ECP/ 12/ 49//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00050)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1961. Newman, Harry Wright. chapter on Before the Ark and Dove from the Flowering of the Maryland Palatinate, 1961.. ECP/ 12/ 50//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00051)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1984. Carr, Lois. Details of Conference on Maryland History, St. Mary's City . ECP/ 12/ 51//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00052)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1982. Carr, Lois Green and ECP, Farina newsprint "The Pious and Noble Purpose," article on Charter . ECP/ 12/ 52//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00053)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1982/06. Charter month proclamation, speech by ECP on June 19? with story about finding the watermarks at Worcester Cathedral. ECP/ 12/ 53//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00054)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Charter Day, 1984, Governor's & Duke of Kent's speech; publicity re: . ECP/ 12/ 54//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00055)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1982. Charter Exhibit, State House, details of construction, captions, etc . ECP/ 12/ 55//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00056)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1982/05. Isle of Wight, records relating to, from Morman survey (Hampshire) . ECP/ 12/ 56//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00057)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1980. Details of Trip to England in 1980 to study watermarks sponsored by the Wye Institute, Arthur Houghton, Jr.; receipts for film, stay at Penn Club; trouble with Max Millstone re:. ECP/ 12/ 57//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00058)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Negative photostats of illustrations for Charter watermarks lecture. . ECP/ 12/ 58//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00059)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1640/05/20. Kent Island, Claiborne c. Clobery, et al., HCA 13/243 examinations,, Photostat of the deposition of Maurice Thompson, 29 Oct. 1640, Susan Sutton's research at PRO, 1978. ECP/ 12/ 59//

Maryland Historical Magazine, printed transcripts of the recorded HCA case, XXVI, 1931-xxvii; note that Maurice Thomson deposition is not transcribed. (text ends ca. March 1640 in the MHM version) Speech of Louis Goldstein, August 1981 New York Times Article, 4/25/81 on crabs for archbishop Runcie. Gary Wheeler Stone's draft of a chapter on Claiborne

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00060)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1981/02/23. Charter Resolution, Delegate Lucille Maurer, Roy Dyson inquiries. Copy of Charles Andrews on founding of Maryland. (misc. note on E.H. Pickering Photographs, L.C. HABS). ECP/ 12/ 60//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00061)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Claiborne, William, secondary sources . ECP/ 12/ 61//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00062)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1906. Steiner, Bernard Christian. The First Lord Baltimore and his Colonial Projects. . ECP/ 12/ 62//

good analysis of the efforts to retain the Avalon Charter, Cecil Calvets suits agains Sir David, Sir James Kirk, Duke of Hamilton, et. al. Cecil Calvert prevailed. Seemed to continue to govern Avalon until the 1660s at least. "In 1754, When Federick, Lord Baltimore, tried to revive his rights to Avalon, he was told they had lapsed through disuse for many years."

note that a renewal of the Avalon patent was granted ca. 1660. (121)

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00063)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1976. Coakley, Thomas M. George Calvert and Newfoundland: "the Sad Face of Winter,", MHM 71:Spring, 1976. . ECP/ 12/ 63//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00064)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1973. Krugler, Jon D. Sir George Calvert's Resignation as Secretary of State and the Founding of Maryland MHM 68, no. 3, Fall. ECP/ 12/ 64//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00065)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1693-1700. Copley, Lionel. Probate Records, transcription of Inventory . ECP/ 12/ 65//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00066)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1690s. Jordan? Carr? Chapter on Lionel Copley and establishment of Royal Government, arrival of Edmund Andros.. ECP/ 12/ 66//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00067)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1736; 1772. Charter, opinions by Daniel Dulany re: right of a appointment of a trasurer (1736), and Atty General of England re: Proprietor's right to collect fees, appoint officers (Scharf 56/1; 56/9. ECP/ 12/ 67//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00068)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1904. Descriptions of Maryland. A bibli0ographical contribution compiled chiefly from works of travel by Bernard Christian Steiner. (1526-1903). ECP/ 12/ 68//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00069)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Archives of Maryland (volume 3) Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1636-1667, ed. by William Hand Browne, 1885.. ECP/ 12/ 69//

3-12 Latin Charter from Patent Rolls, 8 Charles 1, part 3, no. 2594 15-16 George Calvert to the King, 19 August, 1629, from PRO Colonial Papers, Vol. V, no. 27. Sad face of winter (in New Foundland) letter.

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00070)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1889; 1902. Maryland subject references in the Peabody Library catalogues. . ECP/ 12/ 70//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00071)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Calvert Papers, Maryland Historical Society: Guide to Microfilm by Richard Cox; John Henry Alexander on (1861); Fund Pub calendar, 1889; copies of Prsidents, 1660; 1682 copy of Charter,. ECP/ 12/ 71//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00072)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Menard, Russell. Maryland and the Marginal Sea, 1632-1789, prepared for the Maryland Attorney General's office, sometime ca. 1970. ECP/ 12/ 72 //

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00073)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1983/09. Menard, Russell. Population, Economy, and Society in Seventeenth Century Maryland, 3rd draft. . ECP/ 12/ 73//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00074)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1727. Parks, William. Laws of Maryland title page, sample page, Annapolis . ECP/ 12/ 74//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00075)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1984/10/15. Reading Charter, Georgetown U. copy, rough notes re: . ECP/ 12/ 75//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00076)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Public Record Office, Sutton, ECP research re: Charter; ref to Budnle 39, CO 5, Vol 723; . ECP/ 12/ 76//

McWilliams notes on Solicitor Trevor's opinion, photostat, mention of Charter

Copies of documents from PRO in Lionel Copley's hand, 6 April 1693 Copies of King's correspondence, pag. 303, CO1/6 1635

Charles M. Andrews on papers of the Board of Trade.

List of papers in the Bundles relating to Maryland.

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00077)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Bernard, L. Leon. article in MHM based upon Edward Robinson v. Lord Baltimore, 1635-1638. Copies of documents in case, research by Sue Sutton.. ECP/ 12/ 77//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00078)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1638. Robinson, Edward. Will, PROB II, 180, PRO, Chancery Lane . ECP/ 12 / 78//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00079)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1633-1638. Note on taking oath, 128 people October 1633; Jerome Hawley's correspondence from Jamestown, 1636-38 From PRO, CO 1/9; Bernard Steiner on HCA suits involving Ark and Dove, trip to Boston in June 1634. ECP/ 12/ 79//

Lois Carr's notes on the Dove, transcription of HCA case, from MHM 1938.

Dove went to Boston, there by October 14, 1634. Winthrop (Hosmer, JOurnal, I: 136); notes that Crew of Dove were not terribly welcome: "It was informed the governor, that some of our people, being aboard the bark of maryland, the sailors did revile them calling them holy brethren, etc., and withal did curse and sear most horribly, and use threatening speeches against us. ..." allowed to go. Returns to Virginia instead of Maryland.

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00080)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1633-1650s. High Court of Admiralty Papers and Chancery Papers, PRO relating to Maryland calendared by Susan Sutton; some abstr Incl Claiborne, Cloberry, Ingle, Cornwallis, Hawley cases; Dove, Captain Orchard. ECP/ 12/ 80//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00081)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1634. Relation of Maryland, Lois Carr's introduction to, ECP's editing . ECP/ 12/ 81//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00082)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . White, Father Andrew, a Brief Relation, autographed by John Eden (Eden of Winton), xerox of text from Hall's narratives. ECP/ 12/ 82//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00083)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1634/04. White, Father Andrew. Narrative of a Voyage to Maryland, end of April, 1634, in Latin and English, From, MHS Fund Publication, No. 7, 1874.. ECP/ 12/ 83//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00084)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1634/07/15. Relation of Maryland, John Carter Brown Copy . ECP/ 12/ 84 //

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00085)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1634. Relation of Maryland, copy acquired by Clements Library, 1983 from Christies . ECP/ 12/ 85//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00086)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1635. Comparison of 1635 Relation Charter with Griswold printing of Charter, John Work Garrett Library, JHU; collation of various copies of 1635 Relation.. ECP/ 12/ 86//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00087)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Census of all known copies of the Relation of 1635 by ECP and Russ Morrison . ECP/ 12/ 87//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00088)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Great Seals of Maryland (MdHR G 1551); Vosloh collection of 18th Century public receipts. . ECP/ 12/ 88//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00089)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1980-1982. Correspondence with David Quinn re: Houghton Charter paper and with Susan Sutton re reseach in England, including letters of French Soldiers, West Indies, intercepted mail, 1770s-1790s, HCA.. ECP/ 12/ 89//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00090)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1634/04/25. Cyprian Thorowgood's voyage to the head of the Bay, transcribed by John D. Krugler, 1976; 1958 edition by George E. Gifford, Jr., and Marion Tinling, Historian, May 1958;. ECP/ 12/ 90//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00091)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1649. Act of Toleration, father Hanley's claim that it was first passed in 1640 (problem of 1692 trans of a jumble of acts wrongly implies 1640. (Evening Sun, 1982). ECP/ 12/ 91//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00092)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1620-1660. Lois Carr, Johnd D. Krugler, Carl Everstine, Gerald Johnson, J. Frederick Fausz, on act of Toleration, Toleration in Maryland. ECP/ 12/ 92//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00093)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Bibbins, Mrs. Arthur Barneveld on the English Beginnings of Maryland; Bryden Hyde on Hooke House; John Bailey Calvert Nicklin on Matthew Arundel of Wardour Castle; notes on Cecil Calvert, 1633-1636. ECP/ 12/ 93//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00094)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Wight, Isle of; info re:; speech by Lois Carr and ECP for Lt. Governor for ceremonies in November 1982. ECP/ 12/ 94//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00095)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1982. Codignola, Luca. Italian and English Versions of Simon Stock, Lord Baltimore in New Foundland. . ECP/ 12/ 95//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00096)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Hugh Young Collection at Pratt, G1456, inventory of originals, including 1629, George Calvert "Sad face of Winter" letter; original warrants, map of Newfoundland.. ECP/ 12/ 96//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00097)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1974-75. Correspondence with Marjorie B. Jones, Pratt Library concerning publication of Robert Winter or Wintour narrative. Includes references to Mathews on boundary Chancery case; filed with 12-32. ECP/ 12/ 97//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00098)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Text for Charter essay (In Pursuit of an Elusive Manuscript) is to be found on a disk in 10-84. . ECP/ 12/ 98//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00099)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Brief Encounters of the First Kind: documents relating to Indians; Reverend Andrew White, S. J. Hail Mary in Indian Language (Piscattaway, ca. 1640, Georgetown Special Collections.. ECP/ 12/ 99//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00100)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . information on tomb of Anne Mynne Calvert, 1st wife of George Calver, mother of Cecil,, buried in Herting fordbury Church, Hertfordshire; contains interesting carving of the Cross in the Maryland. ECP/ 12/ 100//

Maryland Flag; always thought that the crossland family was the sources of the cross; perhaps it was the Mynne family? Burt has photographs of the Tomb.

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00101)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Research notes on Calvert Family and contents of lead coffins at St. Mary's . ECP/ 12/ 101//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00102)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Disk containing notes on Calvert Family, biography of Philip Calvert, and writings about Houghton Charter.. ECP/ 12/ 102//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00103)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Calvert Family Probate (George, references to Philip, will of wife Jane, from John Morris, Mrs. Russel Hastings, Fund Publication; MdHM microfilm (Hopkins A .M33 through 1929, Wilkens co. film;. ECP/ 12/ 103//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00104)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . references to George Calvert in Ireland from Report on Franciscan Manuscripts preserved ... Dublin, Historical Manuscripts Commission, 1906.. ECP/ 12/ 104//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00105)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Lois Carr's draft of a biographical sketch of Philip Calvert. notes. . ECP/ 12/ 105//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00106)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Lois Carr article on Chapel Lands, St. Mary's City. Disk, maps . ECP/ 12/ 106//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00107)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Archives of Maryland, printed. list by agency and film number; ventura chapter . ECP/ 12/ 107//

|P = Archives of Maryland

|P = Courts

|P = Chancery, Proceedings of the Court of

|P = 1669-1679 LI M 2763

|P = Charles County, Proceedings of the County Court of

|P = 1658-1666 LIII M 2765

|P = 1666-1674 LX M 2772

|P = Kent County, Proceedings of the County Court of

|P = 1648-1676 LIV M 2766

|P = Provincial Court, Proceedings of the

|P = 1637-1650 IV M 2716

|P = 1650-1657 X M 2722

|P = 1658-1662 XLI M 2753

|P = 1663-1666 XLIX M 2761

|P = 1666-1670 LVII M 2769

|P = 1670/1-1675 LXV M 2777

|P = 1675-1677 LXVI M 2778

|P = 1677-1678 LXVII M 2779

|P = 1678-1679 LXVIII M 2780

|P = 1679-1680/1 LXIX M 2781

|P = 1681-1683 LXX M 2782

|P = St. Mary's County, Proceedings of the Manor Court of St. Clement's Manor

|P = 1659-1672 LIII M 2765

|P = Somerset County, Proceedings of the County Court of

|P = 1665-1668 LIV M 2766

|P = Talbot County, Proceedings of the County Court of

|P = 1662-1674 LIV M 2766

|P = Executive and Legislative, Colonial

|P = Board of Revenue, Minutes of the

|P = 1768-1775 XXXII M 2744

|P = Council (Provincial), Proceedings of the

|P = 1636-1667 III M 2715

|P = 1667-1687/8 V M 2717

|P = Council (Provincial), Proceedings of the (cont'd)

|P = 1671-1681 XV M 2727

|P = 1681-1685/6 XVII M 2729

|P = 1687/8-1693 VIII M 2720

|P = 1693-1697 XX M 2732

|P = 1697/7-1698 XXIII M 2735

|P = 1698-1731 XXV M 2737

|P = 1732-1753 XXVIII M 2740

|P = 1753-1761 XXXI M 2743

|P = 1761-1770 XXXII M 2744

|P = Convention, Journal of the Maryland

|P = 1775/07/26-1775/08/14 XI M 2723

|P = Council of Safety, Journal and Correspondence of

|P = 1775/08/29-1776/07/06 XI M 2723

|P = 1776/07/07-1776/12/31 XII M 2724

|P = 1777/01/01-1777/03/20 XVI M 2728

|P = General Assembly, Proceedings and Acts of the

|P = 1637/8-1664 I M 2713

|P = 1666-1676 II M 2714

|P = 1678-1683 VII M 2719

|P = 1684-1692 XIII M 2725

|P = 1693-1697 XIX M 2731

|P = 1694-1729 XXXVIII M 2750

|P = 1697/8-1699 XXII M 2734

|P = 1700-1704/05 XXIV M 2736

|P = 1704-1706 XXVI M 2738

|P = 1707-1710 XXVII M 2739

|P = 1711-1714 XXIX M 2741

|P = 1715-1716 XXX M 2742

|P = 1717-1720 XXXIII M 2745

|P = 1720-1723 XXXIV M 2746

|P = 1724-1726 XXXV M 2747

|P = 1727-1729 XXXVI With appendix of statutes, 171 M 2748

|P = 1730-1732 XXXVII M 2749

|P = 1733-1736 XXXIX M 2751

|P = 1737-1740 XL M 2752

|P = 1740-1744 XLII M 2754

|P = 1744-1747 XLIV M 2756

|P = 1748-1751 XLVI M 2758

|P = 1752-1754 L M 2762

|P = 1755-1756 LII M 2764

|P = 1757-1758 LV M 2767

|P = General Assembly, Proceedings and Acts of the (cont'd)

|P = 1758-1761 LVI M 2768

|P = 1762-1763 LVIII M 2770

|P = 1764-1765 LIX M 2771

|P = 1766-1768 LXI M 2773

|P = 1769-1770 LXII M 2774

|P = 1771/06-1773/07 LXIII M 2775

|P = 1773/10-1774/04 LXIV M 2776

|P = Executive, State

|P = Council, State, Journal and Correspondence of the

|P = 1777/03/20-1778/03/28 XVI M 2728

|P = 1778/04/01-1779/10/26 XXI M 2733

|P = 1779/10/27-1780/11/11 XLIII M 2755

|P = 1780/06/01-1781/11/13 XLV M 2757

|P = 1781 XLVII (Letters to the Governorand Council) M 2759

|P = 1781-1784 XLVIII M 2760

|P = 1784-1789 LXXI M 2783

|P = 1784-1793 LXXII M 2784

|P = Governors

|P = Correspondence of Gov. Horatio Sharpe

|P = 1753-1757 VI M 2718

|P = 1757-1761 IX M 2721

|P = 1761-1771 XIV M 2726

|P = 1754-1765 XXXI M 2743

|P = Opinions on the Regulation of Fees, Instructions to Gov. Eden

|P = 1773/03/02 XXXII M 2744

|P = Military

|P = Muster Rolls and other Records of Service of Maryland Troops in the American Revolution XVIII M 2730

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00108)

DATE: June 30, 1997
Database: 12Char
Subject: . Microfilm of George Calvert and Cecil Calvert letters (also one from Robert Talbott (close to hand in Houghton Charter) from the Sheffield City Libraries. Courtesy of John Krugler.. ECP/ 12/ 108//

M MEMORANDUM (S1259-121- 5218)

11/10/92

FROM: Ed

TO: Shirley

CONCERNING:

Letter to John Krugler in response to 93-6315 and 93-6314.

Dear John:

Enclosed is a too lengthy memo to you on a possible third marriage for George Calvert and a note on the whereabouts of the St. Mary's County newspapers you need. I have asked our staff to see what they can do to get you copies of what film there is, but you should also try to borrow from the other libraries that seem to have copies of what you need.

Also enclosed are your disk and the microfilm you so kindly lent me. I have written the Sheffield City Libraries for permission to quote the Earl of Strafford's papers. I will be printing out the September 12, 1630 letter and hope to have a copy to send with this. If not, I will send it on when it is ready.

As yet I have not finished writing anything in a popular vein on Philip ( Lois has a nice draft of several pages, but we need to boil it down into a 'sound bite' sized presentation that will be picked up by the press. Lois and I will be trying to put something together jointly on Thursday. I am tempted to call it "Philip Calvert: Consumate Public Servant, Premier Archivist, and Keeper of Maryland's Conscience, ca. 1630-1682." Would we lose our audience with the title?

I hope to have a chance to read your paper this weekend.

All the best,

SY

ECP cc: Lois Carr

Project 12_102

Letter to

Manuscript Curator, Earl of Strafford's Papers Sheffield City Libraries Sheffield, U.K. (get address from Shashi or Doug who know where our guides to English repositories, Archival Collections are)

Dear Sirs:

I would like permission to make copies for use and citation in a report on the Coffin research for Historic St. Mary's City, of the following manuscripts in your collection of the papers of Earl of Strafford: 12/136 which deals with the person we feel is buried in the largest of three coffins (Philip Calvert), and related items 1/103-104; 10a/255; 12/42, 75, 140, 141, 176, 249; 14/117, 236; 15/141; 17/287; 22/113. I have had a chance to review these letters on the microfilm you prepared for Professor John Krugler, Marquette University.

It also would be most helpful if you could describe to me the watermarks contained on these documents. I am hoping for both a traditional posthorn watermark and an "IHS Cross, Crown, Marinaud" watermark. These watermarks appear on some official documents relating to Philip Calvert, the most important of which is an early copy in English of Maryland's charter. If you have the facilities to backlight the paper and photograph the watermarks found on the above, we would be happy to pay the expense.

Sincerely,

ECP

cc: Lois Carr John Krugler


oversized msa-s1259-121-5218 contains film and projection prints of the Sheffield library material


| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00109)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Correspondence with John Krugler re: Philip and George Calvert; copy of his paper on disk re: Calvert and the plague; catalogue for Marquette. ECP/ 12/ 109//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00110)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Memo to John Krugler re: Westminster Archives letters from Antonio re: George Calvert in 1632. see 12_102.001 for text.. ECP/ 12/ 110//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00111)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1628; 1721. Research at the MdHS in the Calvert Papers, Jenifer Bryan, 685-3750, x310; Christie, new asst. MS 174, #39 and MS 1265-1-2 re: Philip Calvert, Philemon Lloyd Lois Carr wk no: 974-2538. ECP/ 12/ 111//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00112)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1625-1682. Hughes, Thomas. Notes from his History of the Society of Jesus concerning Philip and George Calvert; controvery with the Bishop of London. ECP/ 12/ 112//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00113)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Research on Philip Calvert's handwriting for Henry Miller; Lois Carr's discovery of 1st volume of Test Proc in Philip's hand; phone # for Jennifer Thomas, St. Mary's Enterprise: 301-862-2111. ECP/ 12/ 113//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00114)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Newspaper accounts of the Coffin investigation, St. Mary's City. . ECP/ 12/ 114//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00115)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . artifacts at mansion of Charles Calvert. Mattapany; Patuxent naval center; SUN 9/30/1992 . ECP/ 12/ 115//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00116)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Estimating the value of lead in the lead coffins: . ECP/ 12/ 116//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00117)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . ECP Project files relating to Coffins: inventory . ECP/ 12/ 117//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00118)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Palmer's Island from Andrews and Gazatteer (named after Edward Palmer but no source given). . ECP/ 12/ 118//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00119)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . transcription of Thorowgood's narrative is on 12_102.002; bibliography of biography of Claiborne is on 12_102.003. ECP/ 12/ 119//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00120)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Phebe's research on meaning of wampum, Peake. . ECP/ 12/ 120//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00121)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Close Encounters of the First Kind. Document packet relating to indians. See 12chart in 12_102 for reference files dbf; Image files inventoried in 4198.dbf; images on 4198 syquest with Pagemaker file. ECP/ 12/ 121//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00122)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Wolseley, Anne. First Wife of Philip Calvert. Research notes re: by Jane McWilliams and Lois Carr; Genealogical chart.. ECP/ 12/ 122//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00123)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Carr, Lois and ECP. Brief biography of Philip Calvert, Consummate Public Servant; illustrations from 1634 Relation Pamphlet of Cecil & Anne Arundel; George Calvert; Charter pamphlet.. ECP/ 12/ 123//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00124)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Hale, Nathaniel Claiborne. Virginia venturer, biog of William Laiborne, 1600-1677. 1951. notes re: Palmer's Island, Cyprian Thorowgood; John Fullwood (re: Indian interpreter, deposition, ca. 1640).. ECP/ 12/ 124/ /

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00125)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Calvert, Leonard. SC 1138-001-198. LHP file re: and materials toward a biography. . ECP/ 12/ 125//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00126)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Calvert, William. LHP SC 1138-001-200. Materials toward a bio. See SC 1138-001-199 for Philip Calvert filed with 12-24. ECP/ 12/ 126//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00127)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Al Luckenbach dig at Providence; Lloyd? plate?, possibly belonged to or was traded, sold by Jews trading in the Chesapeake who were allied in trade with the Puritans. Mathias da Sousa; Silva?. ECP/ 12/ 127//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00128)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Washingtonian magazine on Coffins at St. Mary's; article on Lois Carr from Humanities newsletter. . ECP/ 12/ 128//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00129)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Reasearch/ article? on Mothers of Maryland, Proj 5507; . ECP/ 12/ 129 //

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00130)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Calvert, George. photo of engraving MSA SC 3095-2-1 . ECP/ 12/ 130//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00131)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . superb color copy of Act of Toleration, PROJ 3916; suitable for scanning . ECP/ 12/ 131//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00132)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . article on analysis of femur bones 200 years ago in the Lancet, british medical journal; measure of physical activity and its effect?. ECP/ 12/ 132//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00133)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . History of St. John the Baptist Church, Tisbury where Anne Arundel is buried; trip Summer of 1993 . ECP/ 12/ 133//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00134)

DATE: June 30, 1997
Database: 12Char

Subject: . Coakley, Thomas M. George Calvert, First Lord Baltimore: Family, Status, Arms. MdHM 79:3, Fall, 1984. orig draft, corres with Coakley; copy of James Bodley letter wordes are women, deeds are men.

Notes on conversation, 1) ca. 3/93 with followup of 2) 1/27/2000

2)n mentioned work of John LaRoche, Xavier of Ohio (Cinn); article he was doing for the DNB on Sir Joh Bampton;

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00135)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . George Calvert Letter, 2/9/1622 (OS), owned by Butch Vosloh re: Turkish affairs. bought ca. 1974 . ECP/ 12/ 135//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00136)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Article from Richard Eliasberg on Calvert Coins from Coin World by Michael Hodder. correspondence; Harvey G. Stack on the provenance of the map of Maryland medal; overlay. ECP/ 12/ 136//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00137)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Wyllie, John Cook. The First Maryland Tract: A Reconsideration of the Date of Printing of the Maryland Charter. 1951 from AAS. ECP/ 12/ 137//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00138)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Steen, Larel. Secrets of The St. Mary's Coffins. 7th grader, Stemmers Run Middle School. . ECP/ 12/ 138//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00139)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Lois Carr on Philip Calvert; WM Penn's thoughts on Philip Calvert . ECP/ 12/ 139//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00140)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Philemon Lloyd to Lord Baltimore, Feb 18, 1721, Dulaney Papers, Box 1, MdHS, Lois Carr transcrit on Indian relations. ECP/ 12/ 140//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00141)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Research in Hampshire Record Office on the Calverts, 8/93; postcard of St. Thomas's Church, Salisbury;. ECP/ 12/ 141//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00142)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Photographs taken in August 1993 of Cambridge, Wardour Castle ruins, Hook House, grave of Anne Arundel in Tisbury, St. John the Baptist Church;. ECP/ 12/ 142//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00143)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . August 1993, St. Mary's Church, Hertingfordbury, . ECP/ 12/ 143//

tomb of Anne Mynne; Prayer cushion donated by Mary Anne Sharer WeiKart, March 1991, combining Calvert and Mynne coats of arms;

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00144)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Cussans, John Edwin. History of Hertfordshire. 1874-78 with description of Anne Mynne's tomb, inscription; Before it was moved to the back of the Church;. ECP/ 12/ 144//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00145)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Mynne Coat of Arms, research by GAS into the heraldry of, . ECP/ 12/ 145//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00146)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . William T. Conklin research on the evolution of the Calvert arms, letter to GAS, May 6, 1991. Includes an analysis of the Calvert family right to the quartering; College of Arms phone number;. ECP/ 12/ 146//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00147)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . notes of research on Mynne family in Hertford record office; . ECP/ 12 / 147//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00148)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . History of Old Wardour Castle; Wardour and the Arundells; New Wardour castle; brochure for Arundel castle;. ECP/ 12/ 148//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00149)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Calvert coins from Sylvester Sage Crosby, courtesy of Butch Vosloh; earliest use of Crescite et Multipicamini, 1659-1660. ECP/ 12/ 149//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00150)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Maryland connnections with Barbadoes, search through LHP biogs . ECP/ 12/ 150//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00151)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . John Work Garrett Copy of Seldon, no marginal notes; courtesy of Judy Gardner Flint 2/17/93 . ECP/ 12/ 151//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00152)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . 1634 Relation, reprint edition; excellent introduction by Lois Carr on first expedition; overlays of Calvert Coins (see also Vosloh correspondence re: electrotyping of coins). ECP/ 12/ 152//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00153)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . SUN article on meeting Philip Calvert, Sunday November 22, 1992, by Frank D. Roylance; overlay . ECP/ 12/ 153//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00154)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Overlays from Cobbett, William Geographical Dictionary of England and Wales.; overlays of pages relating to resting places of the Calvert women (Ann Mynne and Anne Arundel). ECP/ 12/ 154//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00155)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Henry Miller on George Calvert lookalike, Shad Bridge, age 31 in 1992; claims to be 17th generation Calvert; letter from Henry Miller re: Salt used in burial ceremonies;. ECP/ 12/ 155//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00156)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Monument to an Archivist in Gloucester Cathederal, overlays; original slide in intro to Archives . ECP/ 12/ 156//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00157)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . State Symbols; Calvert Coat of Arms from Ogilby, 1670 map of Maryland; overlays; . ECP/ 12/ 157//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00158)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . color overlays made from slides of St. Mary's City presentation courtesy of Henry Miller: 1) map sho wing St. Mary's; Cecil Calvert and child with map; Cary Carson's drawings of St. Mary's. ECP/ 12/ 158//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00159)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . St. Mary's City, aerial view, contemporary; . ECP/ 12/ 159//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00160)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . overlays from slides of Coffin excavation; archaeology at Chapel site; . ECP/ 12/ 160//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00161)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . overlays of project Lead Coffins, sans picture of ECP. courtesy of Henry Miller [archaeology at Chapel Site, St. Mary's City]. ECP/ 12/ 161//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00162)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Bottles in Philip Calvert's inventory (overlay enlargments, see 12-93) . ECP/ 12/ 162//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00163)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Overlays of bottle prices, history of bottles, 17th and early 18th century courtesy of Dave Williams . ECP/ 12/ 163//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00164)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Route of the Ark and the Dove; overlay of slide of Dove; cover of Maryland Manual . ECP/ 12/ 164//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00165)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Edmund S. Morgan, talk at the Foxcroft School in 1975 about re-thinking history . ECP/ 12/ 165//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00166)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Thomas Bodley and his use in 1605 of Wordes are Women, and deedes are men; letter about book worm, 1602; George Calvert and presentation of OPERA of King James to Oxford in 1620; overlays.

This research file contains the paper trail of references relating to January 21, 2016 testimony on the Calvert Motto where I argue that it should be interpreted Strong Words, Gentle Deeds. Included are

the early draft of the blog entry from which I spoke at the hearing,

a copy of Tom Coakley's George Calvert ...Family, Status, Arms

excerpts from Hall the Great Seal of Maryland

Gittes on Boccaccio and gender neutrality excerpt from women of the renaissance

excerpt from Birch, v. 2, Court and Times of James I, p175 on Calvert's ability to make a large comment on anything

Henry Miller's translation of the inscription on Anne Mynne Calvert's tomb

ref to William Byrd's music as code for Roman Catholics

title page of Hunter, Shakespeare

Henry Miller on Trinity College and Anne Mynne Calvert's tomb

MHM re: AMC's tomb inscription (inaccurate)

Culver, 1925, on Motto, MHM

Brahms and motto

Copy of Coakley, Sad Face of Winter, MHM


Notes from Henry Miller:

Edward Papenfuse <edpapenfuse@gmail.com> Wed, Jan 20, 2016 at 3:08 PM To: Henry Miller <henrym@digshistory.org> Bcc: Sallie Papenfuse <sallie.papenfuse@gmail.com>, Edward Papenfuse <edpapenfuse@gmail.com> Henry:

Thank you for your kind words.

I think the presentation copy to Oxford that I was thinking of is one that I think is mis-cataloged by David Rogers in his "The Bodleian Library and its Treasures", item 59, the Presentation binding on King Jame's Opera,, 1620. He says it is inscribed by Giles Calvert, Secretary of State, but I think he misread the signature. It is, I believe, inscribed by George Calvert.

I also found my notes on Sir Thomas Bodley who, in 1605 had an unflattering comment about Sr. Jo. Parker who "hath promised more than yow (Thomas James] have signified; but wordes are women, and deedes are men." I suspect that Bodley was not a fan of Florio ... I would love to know if the Bodleian has presentation copies from Florio who taught there for a number of years....

I will try to get to see the presentation copy this summer when I am back in England for research (hopefully in June).

If you have a contact at the Bodleian could you share it with me? I would like to write them about this volume.

Ed

George Calvert and Anne Mynne 4 messages Edward Papenfuse <edpapenfuse@gmail.com> Sat, Jan 16, 2016 at 11:54 AM To: Henry Miller <HenryM@digshistory.org> Cc: John Krugler <john.krugler@marquette.edu> Bcc: Edward Papenfuse <edpapenfuse@gmail.com> Henry:

I just finished reading your blog entry on George Calvert and Trinity College. Very nicely done. I wish we could afford to go on one of you excursions to the homeland, but I will have to take solace in what you write about your adventures there.

As I mentioned in a previous email, I am finishing revising an essay that I wrote on Anne Mynne and George Calvert, and am trying to track down two references I have poorly documented in my notes which I suspect only you can provide.

The first is the account of Anne Mynne's funeral procession to where she is buried, which I remember, perhaps wrongly, contained a reference to a mass/high mass at Arundel House where she had been residing. I know that George retires there after her death for atime.

The second is an entry I am sure I have seen of a gift of a book to an Oxford college on one of the King's (James/Charles?) visits to Oxford. I thought it was in the Treasure Houses of Britain catalog that first identified and published the original Mytens, but I can't find it.

Any help you could give me on these two obscure points would be most appreciated.

Ed Krugler, John <john.krugler@marquette.edu> Sat, Jan 16, 2016 at 1:55 PM To: Edward Papenfuse <edpapenfuse@gmail.com> Cc: Henry Miller <HenryM@digshistory.org> Ed: Wise move contacting HMM. He has investigated the Mynnes more that I ever did. The time he spent in England allowed him to pursue the Calvert family. He has found some very significant material. Everything I had, I put into my book. Good luck on you pursuit. John [Quoted text hidden] John D. Krugler, PhD Professor Emeritus History Department Marquette University 203D Sensenbrenner Hall 1103 West Wisconsin Ave. P O Box 1881 Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881 1-414-288-7056

Henry Miller <henrym@digshistory.org> Mon, Jan 18, 2016 at 11:43 AM To: Edward Papenfuse <edpapenfuse@gmail.com>, John Krugler <jdkrugler@wi.rr.com> Hi Ed:

I was able to sort through the materials John had collected this past weekend.

You have the reference about him going to Arundel House, as John cites in English and Catholic but there are no further details.

There is the following citation in the Trumbull Mss: 36 Lock to Trumbull on 9 August 1622

"...Mr. Secretie Calverts Lady departed this life yesterday about 2 of the clock in the after noone, she was not sicke above two dayes, an untimely birth was the cause of her death for which there is much sorrowe"

A day later,(10 August) there is an entry in the St. Martins-in-the-Fields Register in Latin:

"D'na Anna Calvert uxor Hono lio viri Georgii Calvert, Equitis Aurati, moricus die tovis ultimeio elapso auferta fuit he vers, com' Hartf sepeliri"

(This may not be a totally accurate transcription of the Latin). What this indicates is that she was originally interred there on 10 August.

This is found in 1936 Register if St. Martin-in-the-Fields. Translated and edited by J. V. Kitto. Harleian Society Publication, Vol. 66 page 173.

Confirming this is another statement found in the St. Martins in the Fields Church Warden Accounts, vol II, f. 393, about receipts for Funerals. It lists "Dame Anne Calvert 50s"

So that is all the evidence I can find about her death and burial. There is nothing referencing the installation of the formal tomb at her home village.

It seems certain that she was first buried at St. Martin's, the body later moved to St. Mary's in Hertingfordbury. The chest tomb for her would have taken some time to produce so reburial must have been in later 1622 or in 1623. While I cannot prove it, an analysis of the known artisans working in the London area at that time strongly suggests that Nicholas Stone was the maker. This is mostly base on a comparison of known products of the artisans, and data about their periods of production. As Master Mason to James I, he seems a reasonable bet for someone Calvert would have turn to for this task. This hypothesis needs to be developed into a full document.

And I remember you previously inquired about the gift volume at Oxford. While there, I did a search of the collection and then asked the Boldeian library staff for assistance in locating it, including one who works in the Duke Humpfrey library where the pre-1632 volumes are kept. This had negative results. It is a puzzle. I inquired of the librarian at Trinity but they had no knowledge of it either. This does not mean it is not present, just that the inscription in it is not easily found due to the catalog procedures.

Very sorry it is not possible to provide the specific citations you are seeking. I have seen nothing about a mass said for Lady Calvert.

Sincerely,

Henry



[Quoted text hidden] -- Henry M. Miller PhD. RPA Maryland Heritage Scholar Historic St. Mary's City St. Mary's City,. Maryland 20686 240-895-4976 henrym@digshistory.org Edward Papenfuse <edpapenfuse@gmail.com> Mon, Jan 18, 2016 at 1:09 PM To: Henry Miller <henrym@digshistory.org> Cc: John Krugler <john.krugler@marquette.edu> Many thanks. I suspect you are right about Nicholas Stone.

I have one more place to look for the funeral procession to Hertingfordbury and the mass. If I find it, I will pass it on.


Ed

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00167)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Commission for the Great Seal, 1648, of Maryland; overlays . ECP/ 12/ 167//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00168)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Overlay of cover of Robert Cole's World, Carr, Menard, Walsh . ECP/ 12 / 168//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00169)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . correspondence with William Safire on meaning of Fatti Maschii Parole Femine motto of Calvert family . ECP/ 12/ 169//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00170)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . John Leo on Maryland Motto, U.S. News and World Report, quoting GAS, 5/10/1993 . ECP/ 12/ 170//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00171)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Letter from Tom Coakley re: origins of cross botany from Mynne family; enclosure article by Safire; . ECP/ 12/ 171//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00172)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Calvert map of Maryland Medal; illustration in Hawkins, Franks, Grueber, vol 1; British Museum, 1885 correspondence with Lord Eden of Winton re: use of medal for fund raising; image file. ECP/ 12/ 172//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00173)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Butch Vosloh letter; with original of Calvert map medal illustration from Grueber quote re: women from Kipling's Betrothed: a woman is only a woman, but a good cigar is a SMOKE. 4/93. ECP/ 12/ 173//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00174)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . 1667-1675; Complaint from Heaven; a Hue and Crye and a petition out of Virginia and Maryland; ref to pukly chancellor; from Archives vol V. ECP/ 12/ 174//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00175)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . research on John Florio, A Worlde of Wordes, 1598. . ECP/ 12/ 175//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00176)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . list of images relating to Mynne tomb in proj 5542 . ECP/ 12/ 176//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00177)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Researcb on St. Cecilia (November 22) and marriage of George Calvert to Anne Mynne, possibly on that day.. ECP/ 12/ 177//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00178)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . cloth flag of Maryland, . ECP/ 12/ 178//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00179)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Cecil Calvert, map, grandson charles, negro body servant by Gerard Soest; overlay from Atlas . ECP/ 12/ 179//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00180)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Daniel Mytens portrait of George Calvert fro Treasurer Houses of Britain catalogue, National Gallery of Art..

Also includes image of George Calvert taken from Justin Winsor, Volume III., labled Geocalv1.jpg,

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00181)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Anne Wolseley Calvert; press conference at the Smithsonian, April 5; news coverage, tape; . ECP/ 12/ 181//

includes:

Great Seal facsimiles; population estimates from 14-495; comparable population with London; good copies of notes for payment that ciruclated in the 1670s; Philip Calvert's slave Vergil from Barbadoes; photo of Anne; reference to article in Journal of New York Academy of Sciences, ca. 1898, by Motter about insects found in District of Columbia graves; notes of meeting with Scientists; William Penn's reflection on Philip; need to review the dating of Penn papers to see if William Penn's dating of his letter is January instead of March or April (new style vs. old style dating); bios of Philip and Anne Calvert.

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00182)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . 1693, Governor Lionel Copley inventory, transcription by Lois Carr. . ECP/ 12/ 182//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00183)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Coffin Press Conference, list of press attending; article and photo in Jonesboro, Arkansas paper; letter from Mark Steven Calvert re: coffins; Peter Jay article on Alas Poor Philip.. ECP/ 12/ 183//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00184)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Overlays of Treasure House of Britain containing MYTENS portraits; connection between Florio and Arundell's; Howards? Anne Mynne?. ECP/ 12/ 184//

John Florio by Mytens 3 messages Edward Papenfuse <edpapenfuse@gmail.com> Mon, Jan 18, 2016 at 6:52 PM To: archiveenquiry@npg.org.uk Bcc: Edward Papenfuse <edpapenfuse@gmail.com> Sidney Lee in the DNB article on John Florio writes:

A fine portrait of Florio, aged 58, engraved by W. Hole, is prefixed to the 1611 edition of the Italian Dictionary. A painting by Mytens is said to have belonged to the Earl of Dorset, and to be now at Knole Park, Sevenoaks.

Does anyone know where the Mytens portrait of Florio is to be found? Is the Hole engraving of the Mytens portrait? It is reminiscent of the Mytens portrait of George Calvert, 1st Lord Baltimore which was painted about the same time as the Mytens portrait of Florio.

Sincerely,

Ed Papenfuse Maryland State Archivist Emeritus This email has been sent from a virus-free computer protected by Avast. www.avast.com Paul Cox <pcox@npg.org.uk> Fri, Jan 22, 2016 at 11:39 AM To: Edward Papenfuse <edpapenfuse@gmail.com>

Dear Mr Papenfuse


Thank you for your email, but I am afraid the DNB reference to the portrait at Knole is our only reference to it. I have been unable to find it in the 1930 catalogue of the pictures at Knole and the Gallery�s first director Sir George Scharf did not record it during his visits. Without any knowledge of the portrait�s appearance it is not possible to speculate on its relationship with Hole�s engraving.


Yours sincerly


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Sidney Lee in the DNB article on John Florio writes:

A fine portrait of Florio, aged 58, engraved by W. Hole, is prefixed to the 1611 edition of the Italian Dictionary. A painting by Mytens is said to have belonged to the Earl of Dorset, and to be now at Knole Park, Sevenoaks.

Does anyone know where the Mytens portrait of Florio is to be found? Is the Hole engraving of the Mytens portrait? It is reminiscent of the Mytens portrait of George Calvert, 1st Lord Baltimore which was painted about the same time as the Mytens portrait of Florio.

Sincerely,

Ed Papenfuse

Maryland State Archivist Emeritus

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Edward Papenfuse <edpapenfuse@gmail.com> Fri, Jan 22, 2016 at 5:34 PM To: Paul Cox <pcox@npg.org.uk> I very much appreciate your prompt response.

The puzzle of when Mytens painted portraits of George Calvert and possibly John Florio is one I hope I can solve. The Hole engraving of Florio is dated 1611. The Mytens portrait of George Calvert at Bourne Park was supposedly signed and dated by Mytens 1627 with a later inscription giving the sitter's name and office. Was it common for Mytens to date his portraits this way?

Usually "about 1618" is the year given for Myten's arrival at the Court. Could he have been there and begun painting as early as a1611?

I suspect that the DNB reference to the Florio portrait is taken from the Reverend Joseph Hunter, The First Part of New Illustrations ..., 1844, p. 262, or his source, the Harleain manuscripts:

       There is an engraved portrait by Hole of Florio in the second edition of his Italian Dictionary, as dictionary work of great merit, but abounding also in remarkable English words and phrases, and very curious middle-age know ledge. It represents him in his fifty-eighth year, and we perceive nothing in it which can be supposed to justify the remark of Cornwallis. There was painting of him, supposed to be by Daniel Mytens, in the possession of the Dorset family but it has been lost, or perhaps regarded as representing some one else, no such portrait being mentioned in any modern list of their paintings. Yet that they had once such portrait appears from the Common.Place Book of Charles Earl of Dorset, the patron of Dryden, now among the Harleian Manuscripts (No. 4636 'Tis thought Michens, painter to King James, drew the picture of Florio which we have." This Manuscript, which contains much of the private thoughts of the Earl of Dorset, as well as many passages extracted by him from the authors whom he read, has attracted no attention, perhaps on account of its standing in the Ca talogue without any intimation of the eminent person whose book it was.


If you compare the Mytens head of George Calvert with the Hole engraving of Florio, there is a striking resemblance in pose and composition:

Inline image 1

Inline image 2

Who is considered the leading expert on Mytens? | NOTES (ecp\12Char\00185)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Ad Quod Damnum proceedings; relations with Indians; use by Philip Calvert in the public interest. mills; water mills; work by John Hart.. ECP/ 12 / 185//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00186)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Lois Carr's work on the Governor's house (Country House) in St. Mary's City. January 1994. . ECP/ 12/ 186//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00187)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Complaint letter about desecration of Calvert graves (lead coffins) from Mark Steven Calvert. reply copy of Peter Jay and Eugene Meyer articles on press conference;. ECP/ 12/ 187//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00188)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . AP wire story and color photo of Smithsonian Press Conference on Lead Coffins; ECP; note from Larry Ball re: from Jonesboro Arkansas paper;. ECP/ 12/ 188//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00189)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Research by Elaine Rice on Daniel Mytens; portraits of Wolseley family; Peter Lely; artists who may have painted the Calverts;. ECP/ 12/ 189//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00190)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Elaine Rice research on lost portrait of John Florio by Daniel Mytens . ECP/ 12/ 190//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00191)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Ad Quod Damnum proceedings; work by professor John F. Hart, Widener School of Law, Wilmington DE 302-477-2286. ECP/ 12/ 191//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00192)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . William Penn on Philip Calvert's death; reply to 1/24/1683; . ECP/ 12/ 192//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00193)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Philip Calvert; education in Portugal (Lisbon) courtesy of James McLaughlin, Princeton University. Catholic Record Society, 1991.. ECP/ 12/ 193//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00194)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Portrait of Anne Wolseley's closest known female relative: in estate of Mrs. John Rutledge Abney, 1929; McHenry Howard on Portait, once in Maynadier family hands Annapolis.. ECP/ 12/ 194//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00195)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Correspondence with Colonel Kane re: Anne Mynne's tomb. . ECP/ 12/ 195//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00196)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Philip Calvert landholdings, research by Lois Carr, 1992 . ECP/ 12/ 196//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00197)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . will of Anne Wolseley's father Thomas? 1629/30; from Jane McWilliams, PRO . ECP/ 12/ 197//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00198)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Elaine Rice research on Anne Wolseley; publicity re: reconstruction of Anne's face; search for portraits of family; Robert Wolseley's family;. ECP/ 12/ 198//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00199)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . For the published transcripts of the Calvert Papers, including Charles Calvert's references to Philip see 14-327-VII; Peabody Fund Publication, no. 28, 1889; 34, 1894; 35, 1899.. ECP/ 12/ 199//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00200)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Thomas Wentworth papers, Sheffield, U.K., library. letters of George and Cecil Calvert, 1620s and 30 s. Gives Cecil's residence by July 1634 as Drury Lane. See 12-93 for other residences.. ECP/ 12/ 200//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00201)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Philip Calvert's references to his wife, December 29, 1681, from Archives XX for Forgotten Mothers of Maryland? note for Anne Wolseley see also Project 6473.. ECP/ 12/ 201//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00202)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Charles Calvert to Board of Trade, 1678 re: Towns, St. Mary's City . ECP/ 12/ 202//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00203)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Forman, H. Chandlee. excerpts from Jamestown & St. Mary's re: Country House, St. Peter's, and size of State House.. ECP/ 12/ 203//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00204)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Herrman, Augustine, embassy to Maryland, 1659, meeting at Philip Calvert's plantation; Lois Carr sketch map of location of prominent buildings in St. Mary's City by 1696.. ECP/ 12/ 204//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00205)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Jean Russo photographs of Lloyd family coat of Arms; rampant lion on gate; May 1994; . ECP/ 12/ 205//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00206)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Jean Russo notes on Upton Scott papers; Francis Key; clotworth Birnie Collection; Thomas Ridout; . ECP/ 12/ 206//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00207)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Butch Vosloh on St. Mary's County Historical Society Denarium; Thomas Sparrow . ECP/ 12/ 207//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00208)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Ark and Dove Society; William T. Conklin; Frank Kane; . ECP/ 12/ 208/ /

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00209)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Ellis, Donna M. and Karen A. Stuart. The Calvert Papers. Calendar and Guide to the Microfilm Edition 1989.. ECP/ 12/ 209//

file contains copies of originals of Charles Calvert's letters printed in Fund Publication 28: 1664; 1672; 1673, including reference in latter to Anne Arundell's portrait

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00210)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Beckett, R. B. Lely. 1955. Biography, catalogue of paintings of Pieter van der Faes, known as Peter Lely, d. 11/3/1680. ECP/ 12/ 210//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00211)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Doug Birch on Mattapany, 329 year old house of Charles Calvert, 3rd Lord Baltimore; Julie King, Archaeologist; 10/01/94 SUN. ECP/ 12/ 211//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00212)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Complete set of newspapers done by Father Farina for the 350th Anniversary; Lois Carr, ECP; good graphics; 1984. ECP/ 12/ 212//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00213)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Philip Calvert, 12/29/1681 re: his wife; published as a broadside in England; from Archives 20; PROJ 6473. ECP/ 12/ 213//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00214)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Portraits of the 5th Lord Baltimore, Charles Calvert. Note that at the Carroll House, 2nd floor, there is a primitive painting labled 5th Lord Baltimore (over mantelresearch by Elaine Rice. ECP/ 12/ 214//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00215)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Dorothy Noble research on Francis Nicholson and his armorial bearings contained in Henry Hulsbergh Prospect of Richmond; illustation in Roger Gale, Honor of Richmond.. ECP/ 12/ 215//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00216)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Jesuit? Chapel at St. Mary's City. Study to determine what it looked like and to reconstruct it. Papers by Lucas, and the Archaeolgical team headed by Silas Hurry and Henry Miller.. ECP/ 12/ 216//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00217)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . article re; home of Charles, Lord Baltimore (Mattapany), Patuxent River, St. Mary's County . ECP/ 12/ 217//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00218)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Declaration of Maryland, 1633; proj 7563; possible relation of loss of to Vatican heist? help of Bill Bodziak; customs; archivist at Westminster: Father Ian Dicki9e, 171-938-3580. ECP/ 12/ 218//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00219)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Project file for document packet on the patterns of colonial settlement; includes Lord Baltimore's Instructions;. ECP/ 12/ 219//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00220)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Book review for the Maryland Historical Magazine of Voayge ot Maryland, Rlatio Itineris in Mariland ium; trans & ed by Barbara Lawatsch-Boomgaarden; 1995; due April 30 1996. ECP/ 12/ 220//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00221)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1633-1642. Father Andrew White, Jesuit, Father Poulton, or Pulton; Patents Libers recording the number of people they claimed as entitling them to headrights; Father Hughes on Father White; Cecil Calvert re. ECP/ 12/ 221//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00222)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Last State House in St. Mary's City; correspondence with Henry Miller re:; Forman's chapter on the State House from Jamestown & St. Mary's; question of archaeology and placement of porch. ECP/ 12/ 222//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00223)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Henry Miller's program on the learning channel (British Archaeology team) about Philip Calvert's mansion at St. Mary's. Also work on the Fort and other buildings. Wonderful program.. ECP/ 12/ 223//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00224)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Hardy, Beatriz Betancourt. "Deprived of his Liberty & Freedom": Gender Race, and the Battle over John Gibbs' Will. 1752 banning of freeing slaves by will result of this Queen Anne's County case. ECP/ 12/ 224//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00225)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . The Calvert Pedigree, drawn up and written with his own hand by the Honorable Benedict Leonard Calvert, Esq., 9/1/1718 given to Thomas Hearne, MdHM ii (1907)369. ECP/ 12/ 225//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00226)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Lois Carr's search for Philip Calvert letter in Bodleian Library; note of 8/2/94 with Archives version; to London Merchant Henry Meese.. ECP/ 12/ 226//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00227)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Genealogy of the Wolseley, Ross, Key, Henry Maynadier Steele; Betsy Steele Bodziak, George Pendeleto n who marries daughter of Francis Scott Key and who inherits the portrait of Anne Wolseley; by J McW. ECP/ 12/ 227//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00228)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . art professor and stolen vatican documents; missing Declaration? WEb articles re:; SUN 96/08/14 . ECP/ 12/ 228//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00229)

DATE: June 30, 1997
Database: 12Char
Subject: . Lois Carr inquiry re: accuracy of translation of the Charter re: whether Bacon ("framing") or 1635 translation ("enacting") is what the assembly of freemen was permitted to do. Legislative powers?. ECP/ 12/ 229//

Charter in Latin:

Problem of extent of Legislative powers

1) Bacon's translation from Scharf:

"of and with the advice, assent, and approbation of the free men of the same Provicne, or of the greater part of them, or of their delegates or deputies, who we will shall be called together for the framing of laws, when and as often as need shall require by the aforesaid now Baron of Baltimore, and his heirs, and in the form which shall seem best to him or them, and the same to publish under the seal of the aforesaid now Baron of Baltimore ..."

From Section VII of Bacon's translation taken from the 1758 transcription of the Charter as it appears on the Chancery Rolls.

2) from the 1635 translation:

"of and with the advise assent and approbation of the Free-men of the said Province, or the greater part of them, or of their delegates or deputies, whom for the enacting of the said Lawes, when, and as often as neede shall require, We will that the said now Lord Baltemore, and his heires, shall assemble in such sort and forme, as to him or them shall seeme best, ..."

3) Brother Robert's translation for Lois Carr (6/4/1997)

"with Council by the assent and approbation of free men of the same Province or of the greater part of them or of their representatives or dputies which we will to be convoked as often as there is need by the foresaid Baron of Baltimore for the making of laws and for their publication under the seal of the present Baron of Baltimore and his heirs and thier promulgation . . .


contains reference to Original Charter facsimile in T68-185 | NOTES (ecp\12Char\00230)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: 1675-?. Trust Cecil Calvert's will sets up for Elizabeth Calvert, his sister. Relates to Kiplin and lands in Yorkshire.. ECP/ 12/ 230//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00231)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . images of Cecil Calvert, notes towards explaining his importance and the beginnings of responsive/ responsible government in America under the Charter. Calvrt bios from LHP.. ECP/ 12/ 231//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00232)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Coakley, Thomas M. annotated copy of his article on the Calvert Coat of Arms, MdHM 79: 3, Fall 1984 . ECP/ 12/ 232//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00233)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Card for James Weld, Lulworth Castle, Dorset. Chapel where Bishop Carroll ordained? Invested?; home of Humphrey Weld, brother-in-law to Cecil Calvert . ECP/ 12/ 233//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00234)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Cecil Calvert inventory for Weld House, Wild Hill, London, 1675; PRO PROB 4/4094 . ECP/ 12/ 234//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00235)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Culver, Francis B. The Maternal Ancestry of Sir George Calvert [Crossland?] MdHM 29(1934)331 . ECP/ 12/ 235//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00236)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Bibbins, Mrs. Arthur Barneveld. The English Beginnings of Maryland (sans pictures) MdHM 28(1933)283 -309. ECP/ 12/ 236//

| NOTES (ecp\12Char\00237)

DATE: June 30, 1997

Database: 12Char

Subject: . Hastings, Mrs. Russel. Calvert and Darnall Gleanings from English Wills. MdHM 22(1927)307-349 George Calvert, Cecil Calvert, Elizabeth Calvert,. ECP/ 12/ 237//

| NOTES (ecp\12CHAR\00238)

DATE: October 25, 1997

Database: 12CHAR

Subject: . Mynne family symbols (cross botany) on a napkin; images for use in talks .

also includes good images of the calvert coin, map and Cecil in armor

| NOTES (ecp\12CHAR\00239)

DATE: October 25, 1997

Database: 12CHAR

Subject: . St. Cecilia by Bernardo Strozzi, catalogue of exhibit at the Walters Art Gallery, 1995, oil on canva s, Kansas City, Nelson-Atikins Museumof Art, 1618/1620. ECP/ 12/ 239//

| NOTES (ecp\12CHAR\00240)

DATE: October 25, 1997

Database: 12CHAR

Subject: . trip to Kiplin Hall, May 1996, photographs, . ECP/ 12/ 240//

| NOTES (ecp\12CHAR\00241)

DATE: October 25, 1997

Database: 12CHAR

Subject: . St. Cecilia by Orazio Gentileschi, Florence, 1610. From National Gallery of Art catalogue, no. 296. . ECP/ 12/ 241//

| NOTES (ecp\12CHAR\00242)

DATE: December 31, 1997

Database: 12CHAR

Subject: . Cecil Calvert will, PRO PROB 11-350, 1676/11, Inventory in Prob 4-4094, House, Muswell Hill & Wild Street.. ECP/ 12/ 242//

| NOTES (ecp\12CHAR\00243)

DATE: January 4, 1998

Database: 12CHAR

Subject: . The Maryland Jesuits 1634-1833, property of James F. Falmon, S. J.; articles by Gerald Fogarty, , Jo seph Durkin, Gerald Curran. 1976. See max files. ECP/ 12/ 243//

| NOTES (ecp\12CHAR\00244)

DATE: June 9, 1998

Database: 12CHAR

Subject: . Hardy, Beatriz Betancourt. Papists in a Protestant Age: The Catholic Gentry and Community in Colonial Maryland, 1689-1776. University of Maryland, 1993. ECP/ 12/ 244//

Image files; contains biographies of Jesuits and prominent Catholics in Maryland from 1689-1776.

Kathy:

please image in paperport at ocr setting (I will show you what I mean); Save as max files by chapter and appendix:

hardy00= front matter hardy01=chapter 1, etc.

place the max files in your U:\todo directory (actually my E drive).

Thanks

| NOTES (ecp\12CHAR\00245)

DATE: October 23, 1999

Database: 12CHAR

Subject: . William Warner, discovery of the origins of the name "Maryland"; includes article from Aspects, New Foundland Historical Society, v.8,n.3, 12/1976, by Robert A. Barakat re: Geroge Calvert house. ECP/ 12/ 245//

| NOTES (ecp\12CHAR\00246)

DATE: March 26, 2000

Database: 12CHAR

Subject: . New York Review of Books Article re: Russia contains photograph of a modern day Russian mafioso wearing the cloak and cross of the order of St. Constantine which is the buttone cross with red. ECP/ 12/ 246//

| NOTES (ecp\12CHAR\00247)

DATE: July 23, 2000
Database: 12CHAR

Subject: King Charles's first response to George Calvert's 1629 plea for a new grant of land near Virginia: South of the River James, North of Sir Robert Heath's grant which ended at the Passa Magnus River.


1) The Heath grant:

   The earliest grant of the lower part of the territory claimed by England under the discovery of Cabot, 

was made by His Majesty King Charles I., in the fith year of his reign, to Sir Robert Heath, his attorney-general. In that patent it is called, and the designated limits extended from the river Matheo in the thirtieth degree, to the river Passa Magna in the thirty-sixth degree of north latitude. There is good reason for the belief that actual possession was taken under this concession, and that, in an effort to colonize, considerable sums were expended by the proprietor and those claiming under him. Whether this grant was subsequently surrendered, or whether it was vacated and declared null for non user or other cause, we are not definitely informed. Certain it is that King Charles II., in the exercise of his royal pleasure, issued to the Lords Proprietors of Carolina two grants of the same territory with some slight modifications of boundaries. The latter of these grants, bearing date of the 30th of June in the seventeenth year of his reign, conveys to the Lords Proprietors of that portion of America between the thirty-sixth and one half and the twenty-ninth degrees of north latitude. Source: Charles C. Jones, Jr., LL.D., Chapter VI, The English Colonization of Georgia, 1733-1752, in Justin Winsor; editor, Narrative and Critical History of America, (Boston, 1887), Vol. V., Part II, p. 358. [ecp-4-2865]

2) The present day boundaries of what was intended in the Heath grant and in the first proposed 'Virginia' grant to Lord Baltimore are difficult to sort out precisely given the contemporary understanding of where the 36th parallel of north Latitude lay. John White's 1585 map of the area printed by DeBry (see Lorant, New World (1965 ed.) end pages and pp. 274-275; ecp-4-2528) does not give latitude, but his manuscript map does (Lorant, New World (1965 ed.), p. 187, and Hulton, America 1585 (1984) p. 85, plate 59). In his manuscript map,White places the 36th parallel (the southern boundary of the proposed Calvert grant and the northern boundary of Heath's) at about where Cape Hatteras is today. Subsequent early printed maps (e.g. Blaeu, Virginia and Florida, 1660 in Portinaro and Knirsch, The Cartography of North America (1987), p. 181, and Bellin, La Caroline et Georgie, ibid., p. 243 [ecp-4-3450]) show the 36th parallel on or about Albemarle Sound, near where it is shown on modern maps. It is the modern placement of the 36th parallel which is used for discussion purposes here and is illustrated by the Johnson map of North and South Carolina.


3) The bounds of the grant to Lord Baltimore to the south of the James River (a grant actually signed by the King; see the discussion of the second warrant below) which created such opposition among the Virginia investors and planters, and led to his grant being shifted (at his request) to the northward, are taken from

the original first warrant for a grant to Lord Baltimore (a warrant is the first step in the process of the
granting of a patent to land; see Andrews, Proceedings of a Patent Through the Seals [ecp-12-33-1];  

This first warrant on behalf of Lord Baltimore passed through all the necessary steps in February 1632 and the King signed the 'bill' granting the land under the terms of the warrant). This first warrant reads in part:


   all that tract or precinct of land, lying from the Bay of Chesapeack and the River of Pohatan otherwise 

called James River on the North (including on league from the shoare within them both) into unto the River of Passa=magnus on the South (which River is the bounds of an ohter proportion of countrey lately granted by his Maty unto Sir Robert Heath Lord Cheife Justice of the Common pleas) and betweixt Cape Henry to the East and the Creek of Warrowsqueak to the West and from the head or bottom of that Creek to the head or fountain of the great River of Wyapennock, and from thence southerly to the lymmits of the precinct granted to Sir Robert Heath, and on the East from Cape Henry afforesaid all along the sea coast to the mouth of the River of Passamagnus, together with all islands lying eastward upon the said Coast over against this porcon of land thus described, or within one league of the South Shoare of the bay of Chesapeack, and James River, from Cape Henry to Warrowsqueack.

   ...
   His Maty is likewise pleased that the said Lord Baltimore shall have free fishing for himself and the 

people of his plantation in the Bay of Chesapeack, and the said River of Pohatan. And that all ships boates or other vessels bound to or from any part of the precinct within his Governement may passe freely with their persons and goods, without Search controule or other molestation of the other Collony there planted or of any of their fforts built or to be built hereafter. And that the said preccinct now intended to be granted by his Maty. unto the Lo. Baltimore, shall not have any dependance of the now Colony of Virginia,nor be reputed as any part thereof, nor subject to their government in any sort but shall depend and hold solely and immediately upon his Jaty and his Imperial Crowne. For all which you are to draw a bill accordinly fitt for his Matys Royall ignature, and this ahall be your warrant.

   From Whitehall the   of February 1631[2]
   [ecp-12-33-5]

| NOTES (ecp\12CHAR\00248)

DATE: February 10, 2002
Database: 12CHAR

Subject: . William Reese Company, New Haven, Lord Baltimore Defends his Charter, 1650, against Ingle.

first known defense of the Act of Toleration, 1649, by Cecil Calvert.