Answers to Correspondents.

Issue 3 and Volume 1.

Answers to Correspondents. M.—Hose 22 lay in Hester street before she went to Canal street. RIELLY.—John S. Giles is serving his thirtyfifth year as Treasurer of the Widows’ and Orphans’ Fund. ALLEN.—The old Ball Committee is Mill in existence. A. P.—The Knights of the Round Table originated at the house of Lafayette Hook and Ladder Company, 6 Mercer street. Time.—John Decker served two terms as Chief Engineer. Q. T.—Joseph K. Perley rose from a private in old Engine 44 (Live Oak), to President of the present Department. C. T. B.—Charles T. Perry never was Chief Engineer of the Hoboken Department. Insurance.—The Jennings fire occurred on the night of April 25th, 1854. CITY FIRF. Limits.—In the Reoorder’s Court, at Detroit, the other day, a point was raised relative to the validity of the tire limits ordinance, which will determine the autority of the Council to grant permits to construct or repair…

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