From The SunSept. 26-Oct. 2, 1843Sept. 27: The water in...

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September 26, 1993|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun

Sept. 26-Oct. 2, 1843

Sept. 27: The water in Jones' Falls yesterday afternoon, during and immediately after the heavy rain, came down with unusual velocity, and soon raised to a considerable height, though not sufficient to cause any damage.

Sept. 28: The Madisonian states that Professor Morse will soon commence laying the wires of his electric telegraph on the Washington and Baltimore railroad.

From The Sun

Sept. 26-Oct. 2, 1893

Sept. 26: The number of pupils enrolled in the public schools is 53,534. This is an increase of 2,052 over the number enrolled in September, 1892.

Oct. 2: The committee representing employes of the operating department of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad notified General Manager Odell that they would not consent to the proposed reduction in wages.

From The Sun

Sept. 26-Oct. 2, 1943

Sept. 28: Governor O'Conor, acting on recommendations of of the Third Service Command, yesterday ordered State Guardsmen removed from sentry duty at the Susquehanna and Morgantown bridges and the Washington Boulevard bridge at Halethorpe.

Sept. 30: Nearly 75,000 Baltimore Jews last night observed Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, 5704, in sixty synagogues in the city.

Oct. 2: If you want your sailor, marine or Coast Guardsmen who is serving overseas to get his Christmas mail on time, post it before Oct. 31.

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