0; in 1865, $250.00. Total amount, $2,358.66.
Incorporated Sept. 25, 1730.
Population in 1860, 919; in 1865, 850.
Valuation in 1860, $459,291; in 1865, $563,181.
The selectmen in 1861 were Joseph B. Putnam, Daniel Going, D. P. Brigham; in 1862, Lemuel C. Eames, George Going, Henry Shelden; in 1863, Lemuel C. Eames, Cyrus L. Carter, Joseph B. Putnam; in 1864, Cyrus L. Carter, Joseph B. Putnam, D. P. Brigham; in 1865, Lemuel C. Eames, Othniel Eames, Samuel H. Going.
The tD. P. Brigham; in 1865, Lemuel C. Eames, Othniel Eames, Samuel H. Going.
The town-clerk during the years of the war was William H. Carter. Charles W. Swain was town-treasurer during the years 1861, 1862, and 1863; and Warren Eames in 1864 and 1865.
1861. The first town-meeting to consider war questions was held May 6th, at which it was voted to raise two thousand dollars to uniform and equip volunteers belonging to the town, and to pay each volunteer who has a family twenty dollars a month, and to each single man ten dollars a month until discharged.
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