From The Sun June 23-29, 1846June 23: The Troop of Horse...

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June 23, 1996|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun June 23-29, 1846

June 23: The Troop of Horse commanded by Capt. Capron will parade at Ellicott's Mills, on Saturday, July 4th, and will dine at Brown's Patapsco Hotel.

June 26: The Hon. Daniel Webster and family passed through this city yesterday morning from Washington bound to Boston.

From The Sun June 23-29, 1896

June 24: Lovely woman has made up her mind to ride the bicycle, and it is a waste of time for the heathen to rage furiously together about it or for any one to imagine vain things. ... For "when a woman says she will, she will, you may depend on it."

June 25: The closing exercises of the Baltimore Normal School for the education of colored teachers were held last night at St. John's African Methodist Episcopal Church, on West Lexington Street.

From The Sun June 23-29, 1946

June 25: Controlling interest in the stock of the Belvedere Hotel, for 40 years a center of the city's social and professional life, has been acquired by the United States Realty Sheraton Corporation, operators of a chain of 23 hotels, it was announced yesterday.

June 26: The City Council last night unanimously passed an ordinance to permit transfer of the old Calvert Station property by the Pennsylvania Railroad to the A.S. Abell Company for the erection of a modern publishing plant for the Sunpapers.

Pub Date: 6/23/96

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