ccomplishment of the object, regardless of its cost in treasure or in blood.
Resolved, That in this contest there can be no neutrality, whoever is not for us is against us; and that all bearing arms not ranged beneath the flag of the Union, wherever found, shall be dealt with as traitors.
Resolved, That the treasurer of the town be authorized to borrow, not exceeding ten thousand dollars, for the uses of the town for the above purposes, which shall be designated as a War Fund.
Daniel Richards, John R. Langley, Charles P. Preston, E. Hunt, Samuel P. Fowler, together with the selectmen, were appointed with full power to disburse said fund for the encouragement of recruiting and the support of the families of those who should enlist.
At this meeting nearly twenty-four hundred dollars were raised by private subscription, for material and supplies.
The ladies formed themselves into one general sewing-circle, and made uniforms for two full military companies. December 21st, Fi