From The Sun July 4-July 10, 1843
July 4: The Mysterious Lady has taken rooms at No. 146 Baltimore Street, where with the performing birds and educated
dog, entertainment will be found for visitors.
July 10: Some malicious person on Saturday night, very much cut and injured the new awning before the cabinet-making establishment of Mr. Edward S. Tarr, North Gay Street. Comment on such a diabolical spirit of mischief is unnecessary.
From The Sun July 4-July 10, 1893
July 4: From present indications Baltimore's Independence Day crop of burnt fingers and singed eyebrows will be greater than ever before in the city's history. Never has there been such a wholesale laying in of explosives.
July 6: Prof. Auer gave a moonlight excursion last night to Bay Ridge on the steamer Columbia. The steamer carried 500 persons on the trip. The excursionists were entertained with instrumental music and fancy dancing.
From The Sun July 4-July 10, 1943
July 5: The old rocking chairs at Mount Royal Station are gone. Instead of the comfortable rockers that became famous among travelers, chairs memorialized by Christopher Morley, there are rows of new oak benches the result of the first major improvements made to the station's waiting room since it was opened to passenger traffic on September 1, 1896.
July 7: Three Maryland Jesuits are among a group of priests and scholastics interned by the Japanese at a civilian camp at Baguio, in the Philippine Islands, the War Department announced yesterday.