Issue 25 and Volume 10.

MISCELLANY. CHEMICAL ENGINE NO. TWO, OF SYRACUSE. Frequent mention has been made in THE JOURNAL of the Chemical Engine owned, equipped and managed by Hamilton White, of Syracuse, who, at his own expense, purchased the engine, furnished a house in most complete style, and employed men to care for it. Mr, White ran to all fires himself, and he and his Company rendered most efficient service. Mr. White has now relinquished his apparatus and presented it to the city. The following we clip from Syracuse papers: At the session of the Board of Fire Commissioners, held at the City Hall December 2, the following communication was brought to the notice of the Board, and which is explanatory of itself: SYRACUSE, November27, 188a. To the Honorable Hoard of Tire Commissioners: Gentlemen—After considerable thought 1 have decided that it is best for me to give up the running of Chemical Engine No.…

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