one from each school-district was chosen to co-operate with the selectmen to procure enlistments.
The treasurer was empowered to borrow money.
August 18th, The time of enlistment was extended to the 22d of August, and the bounty raised to two hundred dollars. August 23d, Voted, to pay a bounty to each man to make out our quota, be the same more or less, and whether they are drafted or not, the bounty to be paid in the order in which they are enlisted.
E. B. K. Gurney, Eli Stetson, and Luther Holmes were chosen to aid the selectmen in recruiting.
The treasurer was instructed to borrow money.
September 3d, Voted to reconsider the vote to pay drafted men a bounty of one hundred dollars. September 13th, Voted, to instruct the selectmen to grant the family of Horatio N. Hood State aid, he having enlisted this evening as a soldier from this town.
1863. March 2d, Voted, to raise three hundred and seventy-five dollars to pay the interest on the bounty-money; also gave authority to th