164. Dedham and Dover, Suffolk County, 10 December 1787

164-A. Dedham Warrant, 22 November

The Selectmen met and issued out Warrants directed to the several Constables in the Town, requiring them forthwith to warn the Freeholders and other Inhabitants, in their respective Precin[c]ts, qualified as the Law directs to Vote in the choice of Representatives and other Town affairs, to assemble and meet at the Meeting-House in the First Precinct in said Town, on Monday the 10th. Day of December next, at One of the Clock in the afternoon, then & there.

To elect One or more Persons as Delegates to represent said Town in the Convention to be held at the State-House in Boston, on the 2d. Wenesday in January next.

164-B. Dover Warrant, 28 November

a Notification for a meeting at Dedham the Freeholders and other inhabitants of the District of Dover are hereby Notified to meet the inhabitants of the Town of Dedham at the publick meeting house in the First Precinct in Said Dedham on monday the 10th. Day of December next at one o Clock in the afternoon for the Purpose of Chuseing Delegates

164-C. Town Meeting, 10 December

At a meeting of the Freeholders and other Inhabitants of the Town of Dedham, & District of Dover legally assembled at the Meeting House in the first Precinct in said Town on Monday 10th. Day of December 1787; The Inhabitants of sd Town & District did then & there, elect & depute, the Revd. Mr. Thomas Thacher, and Fisher Ames Esq: as Delegates to represent them in the Convention of Delegates, to be held at the State-House in Boston, on the second Wednesday of January next, for the purpose of adopting the Constitution or frame of Government, for the United States of America.