From The Sun July 14-20, 1841July 14: James Wall, keeper...

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July 14, 1991|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun July 14-20, 1841

July 14: James Wall, keeper of the White Hall tavern on Fell's Point, was arrested yesterday morning by officer Hutchinson and brought before Justice Jones charged with stabbing with Archibald Lee.

July 20: New York Circus -- Eutaw and German Streets -- This cool equestrian establishment was well filled last night and the -- performances of the excellent company, under the management Messers. Welch and Delavan, have seldom, if ever been surpassed.

From The Sun July 14-20, 1891

July 15: Complaints have been received by The Sun about the roughs who prey on the colored people who attend picnics at Irving Park. The roughs stay on the Anne Arundel side of the road and gamble and drink freely.

July 20: Two thousand persons went to the prohibition camp at Glyndon Park yesterday by railway, carriages, bicycles and foot. Between three and four thousand vehicles entered the park.

From The Sun July 14-20, 1941

July 18: The Henry Barton Jacobs mansion on Mount Vernon Place has become the home of Boumi Temple Shriners with occupancy set for August 1.

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