From The Sun Nov. 5-11, 1845* Nov. 7: A correspondent...


November 05, 1995|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun Nov. 5-11, 1845

* Nov. 7: A correspondent suggests that, in view of the increase of travel in Gay Street, the proper authorities should order the removal of furniture wagons from Gay Street, between Baltimore and Fayette streets, and give them a stand somewhere else.

* Nov. 8: We regret to hear that apprehensions exist that the Baltimore pilot boat Fell's Point has been lost with all on board, some six or eight in number.

From The Sun Nov. 5-11, 1895

* Nov. 5: About five thousand persons witnessed the unveiling yesterday in Bonnie Brae Cemetery of the monument erected by the congregation of St. Mary Star of the Sea Catholic Church to the memory of its late pastor and founder, Rev. Peter McCoy.

* Nov. 7: The Baltimore and Ohio roundhouse at Bayview was destroyed by fire yesterday. The cause of the fire is unknown.

From The Sun Nov. 5-11, 1945

* Nov. 5: The 1945 campaign in Baltimore for the United Negro College Fund Inc. raised $13,135, Karl Stimman, chairman of the committee which conducted the appeal, announced yesterday.

* Nov. 6: The Baltimore Transit Company could convert all of its trolley lines into bus routes upon the sole authorization of the Public Service Commission, Frank Harper, executive secretary of the PSC, said yesterday.

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