From The Sun Nov. 26-Dec. 2, 1845Nov. 26: As to-morrow...

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November 26, 1995|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun Nov. 26-Dec. 2, 1845

Nov. 26: As to-morrow will be a day of annual thanksgiving in this State, we take occasion today to note its advent, that our readers may be prepared to give it a suitable reception.

Dec. 1: The line of telegraph between Philadelphia and Baltimore is under contract and is to be completed by the 15th of January.

Dec. 2: The train of cars from Baltimore on Saturday evening for Washington, having onboard ex-President Adams and a number of Senators and Representatives, did not reach that city until half past 10 o'clock, being detained by the slipping of the wheels on the track in consequence of light snow.

From The Sun Nov. 26-Dec. 2, 1895

Nov. 26: Mr. Horatio Whitridge Garrett, second son of the late T. Harrison Garrett and grandson of the late John W. Garrett, had his left leg amputated at the thigh yesterday in New York.

Nov. 30: George Geswein, of 505 East Fort Avenue, was arrested yesterday by a warrant sworn out by Mrs. Apolden Bonden, of 507 East Fort Avenue, who charged him with allowing his goat to run at large.

From The Sun Nov. 26-Dec. 2, 1945

Nov. 26: The shortage of intravenous penicillin has ceased considerably, but not sufficiently for use in any except emergency cases, Baltimore hospital officials said yesterday.

Nov. 30: The Maryland Racing Commission yesterday announced that five horses recently run at Pimlico had been stimulated with narcotic drugs.

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