$60,000 bounty! City of Providence. Preamble and resolutions passed by the City Council, July 14, 1862. : Whereas, in consideration of the exigencies of our country, the president of the United States, acting by the advice of the loyal governors thereof, has issued his call for 300,000 men, in addition to those already in the military service of the country; ... Resolved, that His Honor the Mayor be authorized to draw from the city treasury, of moneys not otherwise appropriated, the sum of sixty thousand dollars, to be expended by him as follows: one hundred dollars to each and every able bodied person, the whole number not to exceed six hundred, who shall, within thirty days from the passage of this resolution, enlist in any company or regiment being raised in this city, ... / Samuel W. Brown, city clerk. Approved, Jabez C. Knight, mayor.