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Microfilm MSA SC M3207

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Miscellany

Unit 1:
1749-1750 Lord Baltimore's Receipt Book
Pages m11779-0009 through m11779-0152 of the microfilm.
Source: Maryland Historical Society

Unit 2:
A Law of Maryland Concerning Religion. [1649?] . Broadside.
Source: Photostat of the original at the New York Public Library
The Lord Baltimore's Case, Concerning the Province of Avalon in Newfoundland, an Island in America. [1651]. Broadside
Source: Maryland Historical Society
A letter from the Chancellor of Maryland. 1682. Broadsheet.
Source: Maryland Historical Society
The Address of the Representatives of Their Majestyes Protestant Subjects... August 26, 1689 Broadside
Source: Photostat of the original at the Public Record Office, London
The Case of the Lord Baltimore. [1696?]. Broadside.
Source: Maryland Historical Society
His Excellency's Speech to the Honourable General Assembly, April 26, 1700
Source: Maryland Historical Society
The General Assembly's Answer to His Excellency's Speech, April 27, 1700
Source: Maryland Historical Society
His Excellency's Speech to the General Assembly. [Nov. 29, 1708]. Broadside
Source: Henry E. Huntington Library, San Marino, California
The Assembly's Answer to His Excellency's Speech. [Dec. 2, 1708]. Annapolis. Thomas Reading, 1708. Broadside
Source: Henry E. Huntington Library, San Marino, California
The Case of Charles Lord Baltemore, a Minor, with Relation to His Government of Maryland. [?]
Source: Maryland Historical Society
By His Excellency Samuel Ogle, Esq., Governor and Commander in Chief In and Over the Province of Maryland. A Proclamation. [November 21, 1737]
Source: Maryland Historical Society
To the Honourable Benjamin Tasker, Esq.; President of His Lordship's Honourable Council in Maryland... The Humble Address of the House of Delegates of Said Province. [June 4, 1752]
Source: Maryland Historical Society
To His Excellency Horatio Sharpe, Esq.; Governor and Commander in Chief in and over the Province of Maryland: The Humble Address of the House of Delegates. [April 14, 1761]
Source: Maryland Historical Society
To His Excellency Horatio Sharpe, Esq.; Governor and Commander in Chief in and over the Province of Maryland: The Humble Address of the Upper House of Assembly. [April 15, 1761]
Source: Maryland Historical Society
To His Excellency Horatio Sharpe, Esq.; Governor and Commander in Chief in and over the Province of Maryland and to the Honorable the Upper and Lower Houses of Assembly... The Petition of the Subscribers, Inhabitants of Baltimore County. [?]
Source: Maryland Historical Society
To His Excellency Horatio Sharpe, Esq.; Governor and Commander in Chief in and over the Province of Maryland and to the Honorable the Upper and Lower Houses of Assembly... The Petition of Jonas Green, Printer. [?, 1762]
Source: Maryland Historical Society
By His Excellency Horatio Sharpe, Esq.; Governor and Commander in Chief in and over the Province of Maryland. A Proclamation. [January 4, 1768]
Source: Maryland Historical Society
Plan of an Institution. [May 23, 1769]
Source: Maryland Historical Society
Conditions of Sale of the Right Honourable Lord Baltimore Manors & Reserved Lands. [?]
Source: Maryland Historical Society
To the Freeholders and Gentlemen of Baltimore County. [May 27, 1774]
Source: Maryland Historical Society
At a General Meeting of the Freeholders, Gentlemen, Merchants, Tradesmen, and other Inhabitants of Baltimore County... [May 31, 1774]
Source: Maryland Historical Society
To the Inhabitants of Anne-Arundel County. [January 7, 1775]
Source: Maryland Historical Society
At a Full Meeting of the Inhabitants of Anne-Arundel county, Including the Citizens of Annapolis... [January 16, 1775]
Source: Maryland Historical Society
Rules and Articles, for the Better Government of the Troops raised, or to be raised, and kept in pay by and at the Expense of the Twelve United English Colonies of North-America... [June 30, 1775]
Source: Maryland Historical Society
His Excellency's Speech to the General Assembly... [1708?]
Source: Maryland Historical Society
The Assembly's Answer to His Excellency's Speech. [December 2, 1708]
Source: Maryland Historical Society

Unit 3:
Original Act Concerning Religion. 1649
Source: John Work Garrett Library - Johns Hopkins University
The Charter of Maryland [London, 1632]
Source: John Work Garrett Library - Johns Hopkins University
A Moderate and Safe Expedient to Remove Jealousies and Fears, of Any Danger, or Prejudice to This State, by the Roman Catholicks of this Kingdome, ... 1646
Source: John Work Garrett Library - Johns Hopkins University
Virginia and Maryland or, the Lord Baltamore's Printed Case, Uncased and Answered. Shewing, the Illegality of His Patent and Usurpation of Royal Jurisdiction and Dominion There... London, 1655.
Source: John Work Garrett Library - Johns Hopkins University
La Descente des Anglois en l'Isle Espagnole ... Paris, 1655.
Source: John Work Garrett Library - Johns Hopkins University
[John Langford] A Just and Clere Refutation of a False and Scandalous Pamphlet, Entituled, Babylons Fall in Maryland, &c.... London, 1655.
Source: John Work Garrett Library - Johns Hopkins University
[Nathaniel Shrigley] A true relation of Virginia and Maryland. London, 1669.
Source: John Work Garrett Library - Johns Hopkins University
[Philip Ford] A Vindication of William Penn ... London, 1683. Broadsheet.
Source: John Work Garrett Library - Johns Hopkins University
The declaration of the reasons and motives for the present appearing in arms of Their Majesties Protestant Subjects... London, 1689.
Source: John Work Garrett Library - Johns Hopkins University
[Edward Randolph] A discourse how to render the plantations ... more beneficial. [London, 1696/7]. Broadsheet.
Source: John Work Garrett Library - Johns Hopkins University
William Penn's copy of map by which the boundary dispute between Pennsylvania and Maryland was decided.
Source: John Work Garrett Library - Johns Hopkins University

Unit 4:
His Excellency's Speech to the Honourable the General Assembly, Maryland, April the 26th, Anno Domini 1700. Missing from the microfilm although listed in the contents.
Source: New York Historical Society Library
The Speech of His Excellency Coll. Charles Calvert, Governour of the Province of Maryland, to Both Houses of Assembly, February 20, 1721. missing all after page 6.
Source: Maryland Historical Society
Proposals for a Tobacco Law, in the Province of Maryland. ...Annapolis, 1726.
Source: Maryland Historical Society
The Right of the Inhabitants of Maryland to the Benefit of the English Laws. Annapolis, 1728. Pages m3207-0410 through m3207-0445 of the microfilm.
Source: Maryland Historical Society, Calvert Papers 294
A Just and Impartial Account of the Transactions of the Merchants in London for the Advancement of the Price of Tobacco... Annapolis, [1728]. Pages m3207-0446 through m3207-0499 of the microfilm.
Source: Listed as Maryland Historical Society although stamped Brown University-John Carter Brown Library. Both libraries have copies.

Unit 5:
The Charter of the Province of Maryland... Annapolis, 1751. Pages m3207-0501 through m3207-0512 of the microfilm.
Source: Harvard Law School Library
The Following Bill (Which Did Not Pass in to Law Last Session) is Published in Pursuance of an Order of the Honourable Lower House of Assembly, for Purusal of Their Constituents. Annapolis, 1756. Pages m3207-0513 through m3207-0522 of the microfilm.
Source: Harvard Law School Library
By the lower House of Assembly, Dec. 1, 1757 ... the Bill Entitled, An Act for Granting a Supply of Twenty Thousand Pounds for His Majesty's Service... Annapolis, 1758. Pages m3207-0523 through m3207-0580 of the microfilm.
Source: Harvard Law School Library

Unit 6:

The Following Bill (Which Did Not Pass into a Law Last Session) is Published... An Act for Regulating the Militia of the Province of Maryland. Annapolis, 1756
. Pages m3207-0582 through m3207-0592 of the microfilm.
Source: Maryland State (Law) Library
Council Proceedings, from 10th of May, 1756, to 12th Nov. 1764. Pages m3207-0594 through m3207-0599 of the microfilm.
Source: Maryland Historical Society
Council Proceedings, from 15th December 1764, to 31st October 1765. Annapolis, 1766. Pages m3207-0600 through m3207-0601 of the microfilm.
Source: Maryland Historical Society
By the Lower House of Assembly, Dec. 1, 1757 ... the Bill Entitled, An Act for Granting a Supply of Twenty Thousand Pounds for His Majesty's Service... Annapolis, 1758. Pages m3207-0603 through m3207-0660 of the microfilm.
Source: Maryland State (Law) Library
At a session of Assembly, 22 March, 1760... Ordered by the Honourable the Lower House, That the Following Three Bills, Which Did Not Pass into Laws... Should Be Printed... An Act for Naturalization, An Act to Continue the Several Taxes and Duties Mentioned in the Act for Granting a Supply of Forty Thousand Pounds for His Majesty's Service..., An Act for Granting a Supply of Sixty Thousand Pounds for His Majesty's Service... Annapolis, 1760. Pages m3207-0661 through m3207-0718 of the microfilm.
Source: Maryland State (Law) Library
The Right to the Tonnage, the Duty of Twelve Pence per Hogshead on All Exported Tobacco... Annapolis, 1766. Pages m3207-0719 through m3207-0757 of the microfilm.
Source: Maryland State (Law) Library
By His Excellency The Governor and Council, 10th Jul. 1761. Annapolis, 1761. Pages m3207-0758 through m3207-0765 of the microfilm.
Source: Maryland State (Law) Library
A Bill for Raising a Supply for His Majesty's Service... Rejected by the Upper House...to which is prefixed, All the Messages Which Passed Between the Two Houses, Relating Thereto... Annapolis, 1762. Pages m3207-0766 through m3207-0828 of the microfilm.
Source: Maryland State (Law) Library
Remarks Upon a Message, Sent by the Upper to the Lower House of Assembly of Maryland, 1762. [Annapolis], 1763. Pages m3207-0829 through m3207-0898 of the microfilm.
Source: Maryland Historical Society
Remarks Upon a Message, Sent by the Upper to the Lower House of Assembly of Maryland, 1762. [Annapolis], 1764. Pages m3207-0899 through m3207-0967 of the microfilm.
Source: Stinnecke Maryland Episcopal Libary-Baltimore
A Single and Distinct View of the Act Vulgarly Entitlued, The Two Penny Act... Annapolis, 1763. Pages m3207-0968 through m3207-1021 of the microfilm.
Source: Stinnecke Maryland Episcopal Libary-Baltimore
[Daniel Dulaney]. Considerations on the Propriety of Imposing Taxes in the British Colonies... n.p., 1765. Pages m3207-1022 through m3207-1076 of the microfilm.
Source: Stinnecke Maryland Episcopal Libary-Baltimore
Proceedings of the Congress at New York. Annapolis, 1765. Pages m3207-1077 through m3207-1104 of the microfilm.
Source: Maryland Historical Society
The Proceedings of the Committee Appointed to Examine into the Importation of Goods by the Brigantine Good Intent, Capt. Errington, from London, in February 1770. Annapolis, 1770. Pages m3207-1105 through m3207-1147 of the microfilm.
Source: Maryland Historical Society
A Bill, Entitled, An Act to Redress the Evils Arising from the Variation of the Compass in Surveying Lands. October 31, 1770. Pages m3207-1148 through m3207-1150 of the microfilm.
Source: Maryland Historical Society
The Queries... [Relating to the Good Intent and Capt. Errington], Feb. 1770. Pages m3207-1151 through m3207-1154 of the microfilm. Includes only pages 22 through page 25.
Source: Maryland Historical Society

Unit 7:
To the Honourable the House of Delegates the Humble Petition & Remonstrance of Charles Carroll. November 25, 1778. Pages m3207-1156 through m3207-1169 of the microfilm.
Source: Maryland Historical Society
... An Act to Raise the Supplies for the Year Seventeen Hundred and Seventy-Nine. Annapolis, [1779]. Pages m3207-1170 through m3207-1194 of the microfilm.
Source: Maryland Historical Society
... An Act for the Assessment of Property within this State. Annapolis, [1779] Pages m3207-1195 through m3207-1221 of the microfilm.
Source: Maryland Historical Society
Messages Between the Two Houses of Assembly, On the Subject of Confiscation of British Property. Annapolis, [1780] Pages m3207-1222 through m3207-1256 of the microfilm.
Source: Maryland Historical Society
Proceedings of the Two Houses... on the Subject of Confiscation of British Property. Annapolis, [1780]. Pages m3207-1257 through m3207-1327 of the microfilm.
Source: Maryland Historical Society
An Act to Raise the Supplies for the Year Seventeen Hundred and Eighty-Three. [Annapolis, 1783] Pages m3207-1328 through m3207-1360 of the microfilm.
Source: Maryland Historical Society
To the Members of the General Assembly, Dec. 17, 1784. [Alexander Contee Hanson] Pages m3207-1361 through m3207-1364 of the microfilm.
Source: Maryland Historical Society
History of a Session of the General Assembly... Commenced in November, 1785. [Annapolis], 1786. Pages m3207-1365 through m3207-1409 of the microfilm.
Source: Maryland Historical Society
The Present State of Maryland. By the Delegates of the People. Baltimore, 1787. Pages m3207-1410 through m3207-1441 of the microfilm.
Source: Maryland Historical Society

The Early State Records Series was created between 1941 and 1950 as a joint project by the Library of Congress and the University of North Carolina. Edited by William Sumner Jenkins it resulted in 1600 reels of microfilm containing government records from 48 states. There were 68 reels created containing records from Maryland up to 1867. They are the starting point from which new transcribed and indexed volumes in the Archives of Maryland in part will be derived. We have placed each microfilm online exactly as it was filmed by Jenkins. The books on this reel are all from microfilm M3207. There is an introduction at the beginning of each reel that explains the process Jenkins used to develop the Earl State Records Collection.

The digital edition of the Archives of Maryland is published by the Maryland State Archives through a grant from the Information Technology Fund of the State of Maryland. As part of an ongoing effort to provide greater access to Maryland Legal History, the Archives is bringing the Archives of Maryland online, linking the transcribed and edited contents to scans of the original documents from which the indexed transcripts are derived.

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