From The Sun Sept. 29-Oct. 5, 1841SEPT. 30: Baltimore...

THIS WEEK

September 29, 1991|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun Sept. 29-Oct. 5, 1841

SEPT. 30: Baltimore Lyceum -- This institution, which for many years past has afforded instruction and amusement to a large number of our citizens, is about to commence again its winter operations.

OCT. 1: John H. Brown took it into his head while in a brown study, to brown or rather blacken the eye of his wife Catherine Brown, for which he was sent to jail by Justice Jones.

From The Sun Sept. 29-Oct. 5, 1891

SEPT. 29: At Kernan's Monumental Theater is the burlesque extravaganza, "Buffalo Bill Abroad and His Presentation to Victoria," with well-known royal personages, court, ladies and

gentlemen and "bold, bad cowboys" in the cast.

OCT. 1: At sunset tomorrow will dawn over the Hebrew world the year of the creation of the earth, six thousand five hundred and fifty-two.

From The Sun Sept. 29-Oct. 5, 1941

OCT. 2: There will be no blackouts in Maryland. At least not during the coming Aircraft Warning Service tests from Oct. 9 to 16. Probably there never will be any. The reason: They're outmoded.

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