From The Sun Aug. 4-10, 1841Aug. 7: Mary Pierce was...

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August 04, 1991|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun Aug. 4-10, 1841

Aug. 7: Mary Pierce was arraigned before Justice Blair on Wednesday, last, charged by Samuel Merritt with rioting in the Lexington Market. She was committed in default of security to keep the peace.

Aug. 10: The Waverly Novels -- Number 10 containing "The Monastery" is for sale by N. Hickman, Baltimore Street.

From The Sun Aug. 4-10, 1891

Aug. 6: As heretofore published, a movement has been started by persons living in East Baltimore and Canton toward securing rapid transit for that section.

Aug. 8: A pleasant entertainment of music, tableaux and recitations was given Thursday night at Sudbrook House, Pikesville, by residents of the neighborhood and summer visitors.

From The Sun Aug. 4-10, 1941

Aug. 6: Baroness von Schlotheim, who has a cottage at Rehoboth Beach, was the former Miss Mabel Paine, of Baltimore, sister of Mrs. Tilghman G. Pitts.

Aug. 8: Edward H. Bouton, former president of the Roland Park Company, who was credited with having started restricted suburban developments in the country, died yesterday at his home, 103 Ridgewood Road.

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