s of soldiers during the four years of the war, and which was afterwards reimbursed by the Commonwealth, was as follows: In 1861, $985.82; in 1862, $2,496.29; in 1863, $8,156.67; in 1864, $3,636.82; in 1865, $2,400.00. Total amount, $17,675.60.
Incorporated June 24, 1629.
Population in 1860, 22,252; in 1865, 21,197.
Valuation in 1860, $14,722,500; in 1865, $16,192,359. In 1861, Stephen P. Webb, mayor; John Dwyer, Francis Brown, John B. Fisk, Dana Z. Smith, Daniel Stoddard, Charles Upton, aldermen.
In 1862, Stephen P. Webb, mayor; Stephen A. Chase, John B. Fisk, Francis W. Pickman, Franklin T. Sanborn, Dana Z. Smith, Daniel Stoddard, aldermen.
In 1863, Stephen G. Wheatland, mayor; George R. Chapman, John B. Fisk, Daniel H. Mansfield, Francis W. Pickman, Franklin T. Sanborn, John Webster, aldermen.
In 1864, Stephen G. Wheatland, mayor; John Barlow, George R. Chapman, Daniel H. Mansfield, Nathaniel G. Symonds, John Webster, Peter Silver, aldermen.
In 1865, Joseph B. T.