nt of the United States, or who shall sympathize with the plotters of treason and bloodshed.
1862. July 24th, A bounty of one hundred dollars was authorized to be paid to each volunteer enlisting to the credit of the town.
C. T. Savage, Captain Sawyer, and A. G. Hill were appointed to canvass the town for recruits: if not found in Harvard, to enlist them from any source where they can be found.
This committee was directed to take legal advice with regard to the duty of the town touching tSumner Chamberlain, Martin V. Jefferson, Jonas W. Rogers, William H. Walker; in 1864, Ira Broad, Sumner Chamberlain, Martin V. Jefferson, Jonas W. Rogers, William H. Drury; in 1865, Ira Broad, Sumner Chamberlain, Jonas W. Rogers, Church Howe, Alfred Sawyer.
The town-clerk in 1861, 1862, and 1863 was John E. Chaffin;
Mr. Chaffin resigned in June 1863, and D. F. Parmenter was appointed clerk for the balance of the term. in 1864 and 1865, Isaac Damon.
The towntreas-urer during all of these