From The Sun Feb. 25-March 2, 1846Feb. 25: The houses to...


February 25, 1996|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun Feb. 25-March 2, 1846

Feb. 25: The houses to be taken down for the proposed opening of Fayette Street from Gay to the Falls, opposite the foot of Pitt, were sold yesterday morning.

Feb. 28: We are requested to notice the distressing condition of a poor woman, Mrs. Kolstad with a child, who resides in the back part of a frame house in Lombard Street.

March 2: Our city is now covered with one of the heaviest coats of snow that it has worn for many years. The snow commenced to fall about 12 o'clock Friday night and continued, without intermission, until about 2 o'clock on Sunday afternoon.

From The Sun Feb. 25-March 2, 1896

Feb. 28: An unusual decline in the common stock of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad yesterday created a stir in financial and railroad circles.

March 2: The Colored Young Women's Christian Association has been incorporated by Sarah A. Charity, Mary E. Bright, William H. Weaver, William H. Thompson and Malachi Gibson.

From The Sun Feb. 25-March 2, 1946

Feb. 25: Representative D'Alesandro yesterday disclosed that last week he recommended to the Pennsylvania Railroad that it cover the Jones Falls in front of the local Pennsylvania Station between St. Paul and Charles streets.

Feb. 26: The engagement of Col. James P. Devereux, hero of Wake Island, and Miss Rachel Clarke Cook, of Baltimore, was announced last night by Miss Cook's parents.

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