From The Sun Oct. 31-Nov. 6, 1843
Oct. 31: On Saturday night, no less than five out of a row of nine houses in Henrietta Street, Federal Hill, were entered by thieves and robbed of various articles.
Nov. 1: Our citizens doubtless all mourn over the loss of the merry ringing of the bells of old Christ Church, which was located at the corner of Front and Baltimore streets.
From The Sun Oct. 31-Nov. 6, 1893
Oct. 31: Mrs. Mary Carroll, corner of Fayette and Burke streets, has been causing no little wonder among her friends by a development of what appeared to be an extra tongue.
Nov. 1: The Baltimore County Commissioners directed Superintendent McAleese, of the county fire alarm telegraph, to estimate the cost of constructing a line from Towson to Lutherville, with four boxes, and from Charles Street extended and Lake Avenue to Charles Street extended and Cold Spring Lane, with one box.
Nov. 2: Wild duck shooting began on the Susquehanna flats today and a rough estimate places the number of birds killed at 5,000.
From The Sun Oct. 31-Nov. 6, 1943
Nov. 1: Tonight's the great night for the 15,000-odd theatregoers who captured tickets for "Oklahoma," which opens a week's engagement at Ford's Theater.
Nov. 3: Technical Sergeant Frank J. Bartnick, 31, whose mother lives at 1506 Popland Street, was one of fourteen wounded American soldiers who arrived in Washington last night after being released from German prison camps.