of said proportion, in accordance with section 9, chapter 218, of the Acts of the Legislature of 1863.
1864. At the town-meeting held April 4th, five thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars were appropriated to pay bounties to volunteers who have enlisted, or may enlist, to fill the quota of the town,—said bounty to be paid when the volunteer is mustered in and credited; and to reimburse those who have paid money on subscription for the above purpose.
Another meeting was held on the 4th of June, at which the town voted to instruct the selectmen to enlist thirty men, in anticipation of a future call of the President of the United States for more men for the military service; and the town-treasurer was authorized to borrow money to pay the same.
On the 5th of December, Grove Gaylord and Warren Walker were chosen a committee to procure men enough for the military service to clear the town from draft, in anticipation of a future call from the President.
The treasurer was authorize