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He carried with him a secular priest to attend to the spiritual wants of the Catholic colonists, and also a Protestant minister to supply those of the Protestant members of the expedition.
"On 25 March, 1634", says the Jesuit Father Andrew White, in his "Relatio Itineris in Marylandiam", or "Narrative of the Voyage of The Ark and The Dove ", "we celebrated Mass for the first time in the island (St. This had never been done before in this part of the world", and it was the beginning of the Maryland colony.
Not having any such remedy, they did not, as they could not, resort to it.
After numerous delays and detentions caused by its enemies, the expedition sailed from Southampton, 22 November, 1633.
The federal census of 1910 gives it 558,485 inhabitants as against 508,957 in 1900.
The state census of 1908 shows 401 church organizations with a membership (communicants) of 473,257.The total population (1906) was 1,275,434; of this total 37.1 per cent was reported in the census as claiming to be church-members (23.7 percent Protestant ; 13.1 per cent Catholics ; 0.3 per cent all others), and 62.9 per cent not reported as church members.