From The Sun June 14-20, 1842JUNE 18: A delightful...

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June 14, 1992|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun June 14-20, 1842

JUNE 18: A delightful beverage for warm weather is good ginger beer; Mr. Robert Delaney, Hanover Market and Pratt Street, yesterday furnished us with a specimen of his manufacture. Call on him -- good ginger beer is not hard to take.

JUNE 20: The city taxes -- The first of July is fast approaching, and we should suppose it would be of some interest to tax payers to remind them of it.

From The Sun June 14-20, 1892

JUNE 15: Joining their voices in the inspiring notes of the processional hymn, the pupils of Hannah More Academy, Reisterstown, Md., marched into the main hall of the school last night to celebrate closing exercises.

JUNE 16: The new steam roller purchased by the Baltimore County Commissioners has been tried at Canton and gave entire satisfaction to Commissioners Magruder, Rittenhouse and Weis. It will be brought to Sherwood this week.

From The Sun June 14-20, 1942

JUNE 15: Heralded by a personal cable sent from Australia by Gen. Douglas MacArthur, Baltimore's Flag Day celebration, part of which was broadcast over an international radio hookup, was observed in ceremonies that linked the exploits of the present war with those of past wars.

JUNE 17: The Rev. Harry Lee Doll, rector of Trinity Protestant Episcopal Church, Houston, Texas, has accepted a call to Old St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal Church. He will begin his new duties in September and will live in the old rectory at Saratoga and Cathedral Streets.

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