From The Sun July 7-13, 1841
July 8: The Philadelphia Ledger states that the locomotive attached to one of the Baltimore trains broke loose from the train on Monday afternoon, near Chester, and traveled off like an express for one or two miles.
July 9: The very interesting and amusing letter from our Cape May bachelor correspondent, Philip Fiveandforti, which will be found on the first page of this day's Sun, will be read with a great deal of pleasure.
From The Sun July 7-13, 1891
July 7: A dance was given last evening in the large pavilion at Loch Raven, on the Baltimore and Lehigh Railroad, which was enjoyed by a company of young persons from the city.
July 10: Towson is a favorite place of residence for Baltimoreans during the summer on account of its high elevation, its healthfulness and easy access from the city, having both steam and horse car communication.
From The Sun July 7-13, 1941
July 7: Westminster Presbyterian Church, in the churchyard of which Edgar Allan Poe, American author, and many Revolutionary heroes are buried, is to be restored as nearly as possible to its original appearance for its ninetieth anniversary 00 next year.