From The Sun March 5-11, 1845March 8: City Council -- The...

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March 05, 1995|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun March 5-11, 1845

March 8: City Council -- The proceedings held yesterday are laid over till Monday for want of room.

March 10: There were several thousand fresh shad brought from North Carolina which sold in the Centre Market on Saturday morning at prices ranging from 45 to 75 cents a pair.

From The Sun March 5-11, 1895

March 5: The Susquehanna ice gorge at Port Deposit broke yesterday afternoon and at night it was believed the worst was over.

March 8: While No. 15 fire engine was responding to an alarm, one of the engine horses fell over dead at the corner of Sharp and Conway streets. The horse was a handsome gray and was about nine years old. He was a great favorite with the members of No. 15 company.

From The Sun March 5-11, 1945

March 5: First Lieutenant Leon Shapiro and Tech. Sergt. Milton Checket, combat airmen from Baltimore who were boyhood pals, recently met for the first time since 1942 at the American Air Forces Regional and Convalescent Hospital at Miami Beach, Fla.

March 6: Thirty Maryland Negroes who are members of a quartermaster service company, have been awarded their second bronze battle campaign stars for work under fire in the European area, the War Department announced yesterday.

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