From The Sun Sept. 18-24, 1844Sept. 18:...


From The Sun Sept. 18-24, 1844

Sept. 18: Can any body tell what it is that causes that disagreeable smell, in Market Space, near the northeast corner of Lombard Street, usually about nine or ten o'clock at night?

Sept. 21: The noble edifice, called St. Peter's Church, on Poppleton Street, will be dedicated to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock by the Most Rev. Archbishop Eccleston, assisted by several distinguished clergymen.

From The Sun Sept. 18-24, 1894

Sept. 19: Calvert Hall College, under the direction of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, was incorporated yesterday by John P. Lentz, otherwise known as Brother Romuald.

Sept. 21: Baltimore Italians yesterday celebrated the twenty-fourth anniversary of the unity of the Kingdom of Italy.

From The Sun Sept. 18-24, 1944

Sept. 18: Unemployment in Maryland may reach 20,000 by New Year's if the war in Europe ends in November, Gov. O'Conor said yesterday.

Sept. 21: The Mayfair Theater will have for it news bill "Atlantic City," a cinemusical with Jerry Colonna and Constance Moore. The seashore city's annual beauty pageant forms the foundation for the story and vaudeville.

Sept. 22: Fireman Leo C. Prosniewski, who was fighting his first fire, has been awarded a medal for meritorious conduct displayed in helping to rescue four adults and two babies trapped in a fire last Sunday at 541 and 543 Cumberland Street.

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