169. Dudley, Worcester County, 11 December 1787

169-A. Warrant, 19 November

To Either of the Constables of the Town of Dudley in the County of Worecster—Greeting—

In the Name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts you are hereby Required forthwith to warne the freeholders and other Inhabitants of the Town of Dudley quallified agreeable to Law to Vote for a Representative to meet at our Meeting-House in Said Town on Tuesday the Eleventh Day of December next at ten of the Clock in the fore noon then and there to act upon the following articels viz first to Chuse a Delegate to Represent us in the State Convention appointed to meet at the State-House in Boston on the Second Wednesday of January next agreeable to a late Resolve of the General Court to take into Consideration the Constitution or frame of Government proposed by the Continental Convention and act there on as they think best

169-B. Town Meeting, 11 December

At a Meeting of the freeholders and other Inhabitants of the Town of Dudley Regularly Assembled at our Meeting House in Dudley on Tuesday [the] Eleventh Day of December 1787 first. Voted Mr Jonathan Day our Diligate to Represent us at the State Convention to Meet at the State House in Boston the Second Wednesday of January next to Consider of the proposed fedral Constitution