From The Sun Nov. 6-12, 1844Nov. 8: We see, that the Mayor...


November 06, 1994|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun Nov. 6-12, 1844

Nov. 8: We see, that the Mayor has given notice to those interested, that after the 18th inst., persons will be appointed and employed to take up all swine found going at large, contrary to ordinance.

Nov. 9: The Citizens' Union Line to Philadelphia, by steamboats Constitution and George Washington, will be discontinued after this evening. The night line will continued by railroad via Havre de Grace and Wilmington.

From The Sun Nov. 6-12, 1894

Nov. 7: Gen. William Booth, founder of the Salvation Army, which has established posts all over the world, came to Baltimore yesterday to inspect his forces here and to tell the people of Baltimore what the Salvation Army is doing to better the spiritual and material condition of the masses.

Nov. 8: The Baltimore committee for the promotion of the building of the Chesapeake and Delaware ship-canal will go to Washington next Tuesday to lay arguments in favor of the canal before the commission appointed by President Cleveland.

From The Sun Nov. 6-12, 1944

Nov. 6: Election Night -- Please do not call the Sunpapers for election results. The Sun's lines will be needed for gathering returns and it will be impossible to give information on the telephone. As usual returns will be flashed on a screen in Sun Square as soon as they are available.

Nov. 8: Franklin D. Roosevelt has won his campaign for a fourth term as President of the United States.

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