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ho shall enlist from this town for three years, said bounty to be paid upon the production of satisfactory evidence of enlistment and mustering in as above; voted, that the payment of the above bounty be limited to those who enlist in the month of July.
July 26th, Voted, to authorize the selectmen to pay fifty dollars, in addition to the amount previously voted, to all residents that have, or may, volunteer from this town previous to the 1st of August next.
The following resolution was also pa 2d of April two thousand dollars were appropriated, and placed in the hands of the selectmen to be used by them as they should think best in aid of the families of soldiers belonging to Swampscott, independent of the State aid as provided by law. July—, The selectmen were authorized to pay a bounty of two hundred dollars to each volunteer, to the number of twenty, who should enlist for three years and be mustered into the military service, and properly credited to the quota of the town.