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William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2, Chapter 10: Middlesex County. (search)
were voted to Captain John T. Burgess, for expenses incurred by him in raising a company of volunteers, which was afterwards increased to three hundred dollars. This company afterwards went to New York and joined The Excelsior Brigade. July 16th, Three hundred dollars were appropriated to give a reception to Captain J. P. Richardson's Company on its return from three months service. September 11th, Two hundred dollars were appropriated to aid Captain J. B. Whorf in raising a company. September 25th, One hundred and seventy-five dollars were voted to aid enlistments in Company C, Twenty-ninth Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers. October 9th, The use of a room in the city hall was granted to Mrs. Agassiz and Miss Felton, wherein to employ the families of volunteers in making clothing under a contract. October 9th, A committee of the city government was appointed to solicit donations of blankets and stockings for soldiers. November 27th, The mayor and one member of the common council