From The Sun Nov. 11-17, 1840Nov. 12: The total population...

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November 11, 1990|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun Nov. 11-17, 1840

Nov. 12: The total population of Annapolis, by the late census, is 2,795 -- 1,715 whites and 1,080 blacks.

Nov. 13: John McIntosh, for firing a pistol in the street, was yesterday fined $2 by Justice Gorsuch. Right! Served him right. If men will keep pistols, let them keep them at home for the defense of their houses.

From The Sun Nov. 11-17, 1890

Nov. 12: St. Matthew's Protestant Episcopal Church at Sparrow's Point, which was finished and occupied last summer, was dedicated yesterday by Bishop Paret. The services were attended by a large congregation, many persons being present from Baltimore and other points.

Nov. 17: The Baxter Electric Motor Company are building at their works on East Biddle Street an electric car which by the adoption of the latest appliances is expected to run without the noises that are usual with electric motors.

From The Sun Nov. 11-17, 1940

Nov. 12: The duty of the United States to preserve democracin the world was the theme of Armistice Day addresses, parades and other celebrations in the city and State yesterday.

Nov. 13: Baltimore County taxes are going to be reduced again, it was reported in Towson last night. The general rate of $1.39 per $100 may be reduced a few cents.

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