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Baltimore, November 2, 1777. Fresh important intelligence, received this morning.
|Other titles||New song., As Jack, the King"s commander, was going to his duty.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 43222.|
|Contributions||Smith, William, 1728-1814.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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North Carolina is a bit of a black hole in with no copies of its Gazette in existence, despite a few surviving from and There were only 31 or 32 American newspapers, and one magazine, in print at the time, so the Declaration appeared in the only American magazine and all but one or two American newspapers by August 2. January “Cloudy morning,” a “book of designs” for the Washington Monument, and Baltimore at Sea Janu Subscribe to receive our weekly updates by email or check out our review of stories from January , on the Baltimore Heritage blog.
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Baltimore County was created 30 June from Anne Arundel seat: Towson 12 Januaryearliest known record of political action, when a writ was issued to its sheriff. 6 Junea portion was set off to create Cecil County.; 10 Junea portion combined with portion from Prince George's county set off to create Frederick County.
The British intercept Baltimore-based Sophia and demand a tax on each gallon of Dutch gin Sophia returns to Baltimore, angry citizens order the gin “condemned to flames.” Thousands of sailors and civilians parade to 1777. Fresh important intelligence Hill (now Patterson Park) to watch the destruction of gallons of gin.April Baltimore Water Company formed (chartered ).March 3-Aug.
Robert Smith () of Baltimore served as U.S. Attorney General. Construction started for Basilica of the Assumption, America's first Roman Catholic ed by Benjamin Henry Latrobe, main section completed Maximilien Godefroy designed first Gothic Revival structure in. Maryland Historical Society has copies of the Baltimore Society Visiting List commonly known as the Baltimore Blue Book.
It is a social registry that has come out almost annually since Fry's Baltimore directory, for the year containing the names, occupations, residences, &c. of the inhabitants within the city and precincts, alphabetically arranged: with a correct list of streets, lanes, and alleys To which is added a callendar for&c.
&c by Fry, William, This week’s Baltimore stories include much more than just news about the “cloudy morning” of Janu year-old architect Robert Mills submitted a “book of designs” to the Board of Managers of the Washington Monument with a dozen drawings and a letter staking his claim to the title of “first American architect.”.
the captains can be seen at the Records Management Office, City of Baltimore, E. Pleasant Street, Baltimore, Maryland From a sampling which Archivist Richard Cox furnished the editors it can be gathered that many of the official lists provide further clues.
Some contain the full name, age, profession. June General Assembly united Fells Point and Baltimore Town. First Courthouse constructed at Baltimore. Aug. William Goddard () began printing Maryland Journal and Baltimore Advertiser.
Aug. Baltimoreans shipped cargo of corn, rye, and bread to people of Boston. Thames St., Fells Point, Baltimore, Maryland, September The best overall book on the defense of Baltimore in is T he Rockets' Red Glare, the Maritime Defense of Baltimore in by Scott S.
Sheads with a foreword by Walter Lord (Centreville, Md: Tidewater Publishers, ). Scott assisted Charles in identifying the vessels sunk across the mouth of the harbor and our objective in the. The troops are to be in readiness to march this morng at Ten o’clock.1 John White Esqr.
is appointed a Volunteer Aid-de-Camp to Major General Sullivan, and is to be respected as such.2 Lieut. Col. Hendricks is promoted to the rank of Colonel of the 1st Virginia regt in the room of Col. Reed deceased.3 Major Simms of the 13th Virginia regt to be Lieut. Col.
of the 6th in the room of Lieut. Book/Printed Material Fresh intelligence. Monday. November 6, Williamsburg, (Virginia) Oct.
After Lord Dunmore, with his troops and the navy, had been for several weeks seizing the persons and property of his Majesty's peaceable subjects in this colony, on. An illustration of an open book.
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One can plainly see the esteem that the bishops had for the Office, in that they—unusually for a prayer book—devoted over 40 pages to Vespers alone, showing the Psalm variations of seasons and on major feasts, and cross-referencing the characteristic hymns of each elsewhere in the book.
Baltimore Radio and Television (Images of America) Beginning with Calman Zamoiski's unlicensed and short-lived "wireless telephone" station inBaltimore would boast five commercial radio stations within the next 20 years. Before the s ended, commercial television appeared with the debut of WMAR, Channel 2, in The first Baltimore in naval service in the United States was a gun brigantine that served in the Continental Navy from to Baltimore was built in Baltimore, Maryland in She was fitted out by the orders of the Marine Committee of the Continental Congress as a packet or despatch vessel and commissioned in the Continental Navy under the command of Captain Thomas Read.
4. Thomas Moore (–), who had become a first lieutenant in the 13th Virginia Regiment in Novemberwas promoted to captain in Januaryand he left the army in January Benjamin Harrison of the District of West Augusta, Va., had been a captain in the regiment since December He continued in that rank after the regiment was renumbered as the 9th Virginia .By early November Washington's Main Army contained a dozen Continental brigades: 4 from Virginia, 3 from Pennsylvania, 2 from Maryland, and one each from North Carolina, New Jersey, and Connecticut.
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