From The Sun Jan. 29-Feb. 4, 1845Jan. 29: The ordinance...

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January 29, 1995|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun Jan. 29-Feb. 4, 1845

Jan. 29: The ordinance for changing the name of Market Street, Fells Point, to that of Broadway, was yesterday passed by the second branch of the city council.

Feb. 4: There was a rumor yesterday that one person had been seriously wounded during the fight in East Baltimore, on Sunday -- so wounded as to cause his death.

From The Sun Jan. 29-Feb. 4, 1895 Jan. 29

Mrs. Collings, wife of Mr. Samuel Collings, the well-known butcher who lives on the York Road near Lutherville, came near being killed Saturday afternoon by an infuriated ram.

Jan. 30: Sleighing in Baltimore and on the roads in the suburbs was better yesterday that it had been before this season. The snow was hard and fine and did not "ball" in the horses' hoofs.

From The Sun Jan. 29-Feb. 4, 1945

Jan. 29: Private Lester Matz, 35 North Patterson Park Avenue, Baltimore, has been awarded the Bronze Star for heroic achievement during the 95th Infantry Division's drive from Metz to the Siegfried Line.

Jan. 31: Annapolis -- A motion on the proposed repeal of Maryland's 40-year-old "Jim Crow" law, advocated here today by a group of white and Negro citizens and clergy, probably will be deferred by the Senate's Judicial Proceedings Committee pending a report.

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