94; in 1862, $959.65; in 1863, $1,800.06; in 1864, $1,900.96; in 1865, $855.64. Total amount, $5,604.25.
The ladies of Southwick did their full share of patriotic labor in aid of the soldiers all through the war.
Incorporated as a town May 14, 1636; as a city April 12, 1852.
Population in 1860, 15,199; in 1865, 22,038.
Valuation in 1860, $8,669,806; in 1865, $13,379,212.
The mayor in 1861 was Stephen C. Bemis; aldermen, Henry Gray, Ephraim W. Bond, H. N. Case, Nathaniel Howard, Charles Woodman, Amos Call, William Smith, A. J. Plumer.
In 1862, Stephen C. Bemis, mayor; Henry Gray, E. W. Bond, H. N. Case, T. W. Wason, Horace Kibbe, Horace Smith, William Smith, H. S. Eveans, aldermen.
In 1863, Henry Alexander, Jr., mayor; Justin M. Cooley, William Patton, William K. Baker, Daniel L. Harris, William Bodertha, Horace Smith, Virgil Perkins, Andrew J. Plumer, aldermen.
In 1864, Henry Alexander, Jr., mayor; Norman W. Talcott, William Patton, Albert D. Briggs, Frede