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9. Capt. WILLIAM STONE, restored by the Commissioners, 28
June 1652, on condition that he issue all writs in the name of the
Keepers of the Liberties of England. On 2 March 1653/4 he
declared that writs would again issue in His Lordship's name,
and shortly after 16 July 1654 the Commissioners again deposed
him. Stone died in Dec., 1660.
10. Capt. WILLIAM FULLER, RICHARD PRESTON, WILLIAM
DURAND, EDWARD LLOYD, JOHN HATCH, and others (Prots. and
chiefly Puritans), appointed to administer the government by the
Parliamentary Commissioners, 22 July 1654; carried on till 24
11. Capt. JOSIAS FBNDALL (Prot, son-in-law of Hatch above),
com. by Baltimore, 10 July 1656; received submission of Fuller
and the other Puritans, 24 March 1657/8. In March, 1659/60,
with the complicity of Councillor Thomas Gerrard (Cath;) and of
the Lower House of Assembly, led by Fuller and Hatch, he
denounced the proprietary government and accepted a new com-
mission from the Lower House. He and his associates were, how-
ever, obliged to surrender to proprietary forces the following
October. Fendall and Gerrard were then banished and their
estates were confiscated, but they were pardoned. Fendall died
about 1687, too early to participate in the later rebellion of his
friend Capt. Coode.
12. *Hon. PHILIP CALVERT (Cath., Baltimore's half brother),
com. 24 June 1660; obtained the government in October; sworn
11 Dec. 1660; continued as Chancellor and appointed "Deputy
Lieutenant," 14 Sept. 1661.
13. *Hon. CHARLES CALVERT (Cath., Baltimore's son and
hek), com. Lieutenant General but not Chancellor, 14 Sept. 1661;
in office before the end of November; proclaimed his succession
as third Baron Baltimore and second Proprietary, 4 March
1675/6; returned to England in June.
14. *Hon. CECILIUS CALVERT (Cath., His Lordship's infant
son and heir), com. as nominal Lieutenant General, 16 June 1676.
Actual administration devolved upon the " Deputy Lieutenant and
Deputy Governor " *Col. JESSE WHARTON (Cath., Lady Balti-
more's son-in-law), who at his death, in July, 1676, appointed
THOMAS NOTLEY his successor. Cecilius Calvert died in 1681.
15. THOMAS NOTLEY (Cath.), com. 14 Oct. 1676; died k