From The Sun July 30-Aug. 5, 1845* July 31: We learn that...

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July 30, 1995|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun July 30-Aug. 5, 1845

* July 31: We learn that Mr. Thos. Owings of Fairhaven, Anne Arundel County, on Thursday last, took at one haul of the seine upwards of 100 black drum fish, averaging 60 1bs. each.

* Aug. 5: F. Gardinier, corner of Second and Frederick streets, is ready to dress feathers at all times and return them the same day.

From The Sun July 30-Aug. 5, 1895

* July 30: The addition of Clifton to the parks of Baltimore will give the northeastern section what in time will prove to be one of the most attractive of public pleasure grounds.

* July 31: The buildings in Courthouse Square will soon be razed to make room for the new courthouse of marble and granite. The site is now occupied by the old courthouse, which was erected in 1809.

From The Sun July 30-Aug. 5, 1945

* July 30: Washington, July 29 -- Should the war in the Pacific "end soon," the United States will find itself "largely unprepared to overcome" the resulting "domestic problems" and "unemployment on a large scale will ensue," the Senate War Investigation Committee asserted today.

* July 31: Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Racey, of 4525 Schenley Road, yesterday was awarded an absolute divorce after testifying that her husband "slept with a pistol under his pillow."

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