From The Sun March 24-30, 1841
March 24: The Fair -- The Fair being held by the younger ladies in Camden Street, opposite the market, was well attended last night, and business appeared brisk. The articles attracted much attention, and the ladies still more.
March 26: The Rowdie's Bridge -- Pratt Street Bridge has, of late, become illustrious for the audacity of the rowdies who collect upon it and in its neighborhood after dark. Complaints are incessantly made of annoyance in this cause but especially in the summer season.
From The Sun March 24-30, 1891
March 25: A fair-haired woman in a light ulster and a fashionably dressed man are said to be the cleverest store thieves now in Baltimore.
From The Sun March 24-30, 1941
March 27: Funeral services for Mano Swartz, Baltimore furrier for fifty-five years, will be held at the home of his son, Milton D. Swartz, 2014 Bolton Street, today at 2 o'clock. Burial will be at the Hebrew Friendship Cemetery.
March 28: Operators of the steamship Steel Navigator, on which was allegedly imported $250,000 worth of smoking opium, yesterday posted a $40,000 bond with the customs agents who then gave the vessel a release to leave the port of Baltimore.