From The Sun June 28-July 4, 1842JUNE 30: An Emigration...

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June 28, 1992|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun June 28-July 4, 1842

JUNE 30: An Emigration -- The New York papers state that colonies of lawyers are leaving that city for the far West. Lucky for New York -- bad for the far West.

JULY 2: Those who may wish to go to Philadelphia, Cape May, Wilmington or intermediate points have an excellent opportunity offered them in the arrangements made by the Philadelphia Railroad Company.

From The Sun June 28-July 4, 1892

JUNE 28: The Italians of Baltimore wish to put up a statue of Columbus, to be unveiled October 12, Columbus Day. They have written to Italy to learn the cost of a suitable statue and it is very probable that one will be purchased.

JUNE 29: The largest cargo of ice that has been brought to this port in a sailing vessel arrived yesterday in the four-masted schooner John F. Randall, Captain Hall, from Bangor. It comprised 2,700 tons.

From The Sun June 28-July 4, 1942

JUNE 28: Lieut. Com. Edward J. O'Neill, USN, stopping in Baltimore yesterday, lauded the courage and heroism of Ensign C. Markland Kelly, Jr., who recently was reported by the Navy Department as missing in action. Ensign Kelly was the son of C. Markland Kelly, a member of the Park Board. He attended the Gilman Country School and McDonogh School.

JULY 4: Under the will of John Work Garrett, filed yesterday, the great "Four Generation Library," at Evergreen House, one of America's most notable collections, is bequeathed to the Johns Hopkins University.

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