From The Sun July 12-18, 1842JULY 15: Cabs of a very...


July 12, 1992|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun July 12-18, 1842

JULY 15: Cabs of a very handsome and modern construction have recently been introduced into this city, by Mr. T. W. Betton. We have noticed them occasionally passing our streets and think they will bear comparison with the best used in Philadelphia and New York.

JULY 18: Nine Indians from Passamaquoddy arrived in this city on Saturday last, and encamped in Howard's Woods until such times as they can procure a suitable house for a permanent residence.

From The Sun July 12-18, 1892

JULY 14: The demand for new and improved transportation facilities between Baltimore and many rapidly developing parts of the South has led to a proposal for a new line of coasting steamers between Baltimore, Wilmington, N.C., and Charleston, S.C.

JULY 15: Miss Eloise Hood, daughter of President John M. Hood, the Western Maryland Railroad Company, accidently shot herself at her home, 1231 North Calvert Street, at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon.

From The Sun July 12-18, 1942

JULY 14: Baltimore's collection of scrap rubber is far over the quota, with 3,380,000 pounds collected as of last night, it was reported by the city's chairman of the drive, John W. Sherwood.

JULY 18: Enlistment of auxiliaries for the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps will begin at 8:30 A.M. Monday at the Army recruiting station in the Equitable Building.

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