From The Sun July 26-Aug. 1, 1842JULY 27: A large dog...

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July 26, 1992|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun July 26-Aug. 1, 1842

JULY 27: A large dog, rabid beyond all dispute, was killed on Sunday afternoon last, near the dock at the foot of Bond Street.

JULY 29: As the transportation train from Havre-de-Grace was on its way to Baltimore yesterday afternoon, the attention of the conductor was arrested by the body of a man sitting in a sitting posture under an apple tree, about 3 miles this side of Stemmer's Run.

From The Sun July 26-Aug. 1, 1892

JULY 27: The suggestion has been made that a large amount of money could be saved for the city if the overflow of water at the Loch Raven dam were used as a power for the operation of a

plant to light the entire city by electricity.

JULY 29: Free Excursions for Colored Persons -- The free excursions to Chesterwood yesterday were for colored persons and 1,546 took advantage of the opportunity to get away from the city and enjoy the health-giving air.

From The Sun July 26-Aug. 1, 1942

JULY 26: The next official step toward meeting the transportation crisis may be curtailment or abolition of trolley and bus routes in non-essential districts, or at certain hours, a spokesman for the Wartime Transportation Committee of Maryland said yesterday.

AUG. 1: Contract for the sale of the Park Heights property of Harry B. Wolf to the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation for use as a synagogue house and religious school was signed yesterday.

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