From The Sun March 27-April 2, 1844March 30: We have...

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March 27, 1994|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun March 27-April 2, 1844

March 30: We have received a request from a correspondent to publish Daniel Webster's letter entire, against the annexation of Texas to this country; another correspondent requests us to publish General Jackson's letter on the same subject, who takes sides in favor of the annexation.

April 1: The Vigilant Fire Company return their sincere thanks to Messers. B. C. & A. Ross, J. Mitchell, S. A. Pearce and J. Jillard, for their bountiful supply of refreshments furnished them at the fire in Marsh Market space on the morning of the 30th.

From The Sun March 27-April 2, 1894

March 28: The first soft crabs of the season arrived in Baltimore on a steamer of the Weems Line. They were from the Rappahannock River.

March 30: At St. Peter Claver's Hall, Carey Street near Presstman Street, last night, the drama "Ten Nights in a Barroom" was produced by colored amateurs.

From The Sun March 27-April 2, 1944

March 30: Fort Bragg, N.C. -- Technical Sergeant Walter L. Bull, of Dundalk, Md., and the 100th Division, today received the first Expert Infantryman's Badge to be awarded in the history of the United States Army.

April 2: Senator Tydings last night won the support of Governor O'Conor in his fight for renomination for the Senate, and with it, presumably, the backing of the bulk of the State administration's political organization.

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