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nteer for three years service who has enlisted, or who may enlist, to the number of thirty-seven,—said bounty to be paid when properly mustered in and credited; and the selectmen were authorized to borrow thirty-seven hundred dollars to pay the same.
August 28th, It was voted to pay the same amount of bounty to volunteers for nine months service, to be paid by notes running for nine months with interest; but if any volunteer thus raised be dishonorably discharged, said note to be void.
October 11th, It having been found that the notes thus given could not be negotiated, and were therefore unsuited for the purpose, the town voted to pay the bounty in money.
1863. July 25th, The selectmen were authorized to borrow money to pay State aid to the families of drafted men. September 26th, Voted, to raise seven thousand two hundred and forty-seven dollars and fifty-two cents to settle bounty money, as provided in section 9th of chapter 218 of the Acts of 1863.
1864. April 9th, The bou