From The Sun June 16-22, 1841June 19:...


From The Sun June 16-22, 1841

June 19: Thomas Gorsuch was arrested yesterday and brought before Justice Jones, charged in the deposition of Sarah Hill, with violent threats against her. He gave security in the sum of $50 to keep the peace.

June 22: The six negroes advertised yesterday as having escaped from their owner in this city on Saturday last, were arrested on Sunday evening, near the Black Horse Tavern, in Marshall's district, Harford County.

From The Sun June 16-22, 1891

June 16: Nearly all the crack tennis players of Baltimore, 'N Washington and Wilmington measured skill near Wilmington, Del., yesterday. The occasion was the opening of the fifth annual tournament of the Southern Lawn Tennis Association for five prizes and the championship of the South.

June 18: Fannie Ryland was arrested yesterday by Round Sergeant Hennemann and Sergeant Berger on the charge of keeping an opium joint at No. 607 Josephine Street.

From The Sun June 16-22, 1941

June 19: Baltimore's clothing manufacturing industry . . . is engaged in an all-out production program for the armed services, a survey made by the Association of Commerce discloses. Millions of dollars of contracts have been awarded by the War and Navy departments to Baltimore clothing manufacturers.

June 21: Drive more slowly, avoid those "airplane" starts in traffic and thus obviate the need for gasless Sundays, the Automobile Club of Maryland asked the State's motorists yesterday.

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