From The Sun Nov. 4-10, 1840Nov. 4: A splendid ship, of a...


November 04, 1990|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun Nov. 4-10, 1840

Nov. 4: A splendid ship, of a large size, was launched yesterday afternoon from the yard of Mr. William Gardner, Fell's Point. The beauty and workmanship of the vessel adds to the well known reputation of the enterprising builders.

From The Sun Nov. 4-10, 1890

Nov. 4: Mr. Robert Garrett drove in from his country residence yesterday and went to the Maryland Club about 1 o'clock in the afternoon. While sitting at a table drinking a bottle of Bass Ale he became ill and fell upon the floor.

Nov. 5: For the first time in the history of Maryland, the city of Baltimore and fourteen of the twenty-three counties voted by the system known as the Australian or secret ballot.

From The Sun Nov. 4-10, 1940

Nov. 4: Mrs. E. Blanche Phillips, first woman to servBaltimore City as a member of the House of Delegates, died suddenly yesterday at her home.

Nov. 6: Cheering Roosevelt backers last night surged into Sun Square to applaud the first trickle of election returns and roar their pleasure as Roosevelt took a commanding lead.

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