From The Sun Oct. 3-Oct. 10, 1843
Oct. 3: The tailors of Boston have it in contemplation, says the Times, to establish a general depot or store-shop for the manufacture and sale of clothing of all descriptions to be made by deserving employees, seamstresses and tailoresses, and to be afforded to the public at a fair and uniform rate.
Oct. 5: No letters will hereafter be permitted to go to England by the British steamers, which do not pass regularly through the post offices in this country.
From The Sun Oct. 3-Oct. 10, 1893
Oct. 5: The request for school supplies continued to pour in yesterday upon the school board officers at City Hall, although the funds at hand are inadequate.
Oct. 6: The two hundred new students who have just entered the Johns Hopkins University, including graduate, undergraduate, special and medical students, assembled in Hopkins Hall yesterday morning and heard President Gilman explain the plans and methods of university work.
From The Sun Oct. 3-Oct. 10, 1943
Oct. 4: Capt. George A. Hilbert Jr., of Ruxton, is on his way home today after flying more than a hundred missions in fifteen months as a fighter pilot in New Guinea.
Oct. 6: Two Negroes, in a suit filed yesterday in the Federal Court against the Enoch Pratt Free Library, its nine trustees, its librarian and the city, alleged that Negroes are being illegally barred from the opportunity to take a library training course.