o be made into garments for the soldiers at the front.
November 3d, The following paper was read: If the town of Woburn agree to pay the fifty-two men, now called for to make up the quota of said Woburn, three hundred dollars each, we agree to place in the hands of the selectmen the sum of fifteen thousand six hundred dollars for that purpose, until the same can be legally paid by the town.—Eli Jones, J. B. Winn, Charles Tidd, Bowen Buckman, Joseph Kelley, Moses F. Winn, S. O. Pollard, Leonard Thompson, W. T. Grammer, Horace Conn, Moses C. Bean, A. E. Thompson, Cyrus Cummings, E. N. Blake, John Johnson.
1864. April 4th, The treasurer was authorized, with the approval of the selectmen, to borrow fifteen thousand dollars, and more if necessary, to render comfortable the families of volunteers in the army or navy, without regard to what the State proposes to refund.
The bounty to be paid to volunteers for three years service was fixed at one hundred and twenty-five dollars. Eight tho