153. Charlestown, Middlesex County, 3 December 1787

153-A. Warrant, 20 November

To the Constables of the Town of Charlestown or either of them, Greeting

In the name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts you are hereby required, forthwith to warn the Freeholders and other Inhabitants of the Town of Charlestown (qualified agreeable to the Constitution of this state) to meet at the Meeting house in said town on monday the 3d. day of Decr. next, at 2 o’Clock P.M. to act on the following particulars vizt—

1st. To choose one or more persons, being freeholders in said town; to represent them in a Convention to be held at the state House in Boston, on the second Tuesday of Jany. next, to take into consideration the proposed Constitution for the United states—

153-B. Town Meeting, 3 December

At a Meeting of the Freeholders & other Inhabitants of the town of Charlestown, on Monday the 3d of Decr. 1787—

Warrant being Read and Meeting Opened, Voted to adjourn to the school house—

Voted, the poll be closed—

Voted, The Honble. Nathl Gorham Esqr. be Deligate for this Town to meet in the Convention to be held at the state House in Boston on the second Tuesday of Jany. next.—