CALVERT, SIR GEORGE,
\kˈalvɜːt], \kˈalvɜːt], \k_ˈa_l_v_ɜː_t]\
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first Lord Baltimore (1582-1632), was knighted by James I. in 1617, became a Roman Catholic in 1624; was much interested in the colonization of the New World; and in 1632 obtained from Charles I. a patent for what are now Delaware and Maryland. He died before it had passed the Great Seal, and it was issued to his son Cecil, q. v.
By John Franklin Jameson
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