s follows: In 1861, 00; in 1862, $56.00; in 1863, $228.00; in 1864, $72.00; in 1865, $51.00. Total amount, $407.00.
The ladies of Monroe furnished various articles for the soldiers, amounting in value to perhaps forty dollars.
Incorporated Dec. 22, 1753.
Population in 1860, 1,593; in 1865, 1,575.
Valuation in 1860, $564,033; in 1865, $606,737.
The selectmen in 1861, 1862, and 1863, were R. M. Oakman, Richard Clapp, E. F. Gunn; in 1864, Richard Clapp, W. W. Thayer, Seymour Rockwell; in 1865, Richard Clapp, R. N. Oakman, Benjamin Fay.
The town-clerk and town-treasurer during all the years of the war was C. P. Wright.
1861. At the annual meeting before any call had been made for troops by the President, held on the 11th of March, it was voted that all soldiers that enlist and are accepted be paid one dollar a day for time spent in drilling for one month from time of enlistment.
November 5th, The selectmen were authorized to borrow, not exceeding four hundred