Annapolis: History of Ye Ancient City and Its Public Buildings (Classic Reprint)

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The famous Toleration Act, known as the Act concerning Religion, passed by the General Assembly of the Province of Maryland at Saint Mary's in 1649, "the proudest memorial of Maryland's Colonial history," attracted to the shores of the Severn river its earliest white settlers. It was in this year that ten families of Puritans from Nansemond county, Virginia, headed by Richard Bennett and Edward Lloyd, having been presented by the Sheriff of that county for seditions sectuaries, for not repairing to their church and for refusing to hear common prayer, sought religious toleration in Maryland. They sailed up the Chesapeake Bay and established themselves on the peninsula where Annapolis now stands.

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