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" The city having thus been divided in two by a sheet of flame, the fire continued to work its way more leisurely to the east and west at right angles to the wind, as well as right in the teeth of it The fire on the night of the 7th alone saved the west... "
The weather and climate of Chicago - Page 368
by Henry Joseph Cox, John Howard Armington - 1914 - 375 pages
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Report of the Chief Signal Officer, United States Army, to the Secretary of War

United States. Army. Signal Corps - 1872
...the court-house, were bnriud. The city having been thus divided in two by a sheet of flame, the tire continued to work its way more leisurely to the east...wind, as well as right in the teeth of it. The fire ou the night of the 7th alone saved the West Division. It had buriiefl two blocks in breadth down the...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ...

United States. Congress. House - United States - 1873
...the waterworks, two miles to the northeast of the court-house, were burned. The city having been thus divided in two by a sheet of flame, the fire continued...the night of the 7th alone saved the West Division. ' It had burned two blocks in breadth down the, west side of the river. The fire on the tfth originated...
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Annual report of the chief signal-officer, to the secretary of war, Volume 2

United States signal office - 1873
...the waterworks, two miles to the northeast of the conrt-honse, were burned. The city having been thus divided in two by a sheet of flame, the fire continued...the night of the 7th alone saved the west division. It had burned two blocks in breadth down the west side of the river. The fire on the 8th originated...
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Bulletin, Issues 1-10

United States. Weather Bureau - Nature - 1892
...courthouse, with all the beautiful buildings around it, was in flames. The conflagration was now proceeding in the line of the wind as fast as a man could walk....the night of the 7th alone saved the west division. It had burned two blocks in breadth down the west side of the river. The fire on the 8th originated...
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