ine men was formed, with John T. White as foreman and D. H. Forbes, clerk and treasurer.
The town had procured a new engine, to which the same name was given, and had voted to sell the old one.
Passing over a period of ten years, we find that the company celebrated its anniversary on June 6, 1850, which was the ninety-eighth of the birth of Governor Brooks,
in the following manner, To meet at the Engine House at 10 o'clock Precisely, arm and ready to pay all bills.
Voted, to Hire Mr Young White Horse to draw the Engine in the porcession around town in the afternoon and in the evening the Company adjourn to the Town Hall where the company will pass off the time with sentiments and a Speech from some one of the Company should we be so fortunate as to get some one to volunteer their Services on the Ocation.
Voted that every member have the privilidge of inviting one or more ladyes.
Voted to extend an invitation to the Selectmen and Engineers to parade with us.
At another mee