170. Dunstable, Middlesex County, 3 December 1787

170-A. Warrant, 22 November

To Capt Nathaniel Holdin & Josiah Danforth Constables for the town of Dunstable in sd County Greeting

In the name of the Commonwealth of the Massachusetts you are here by Required forth with to notify and warn all the Freholders and other Inhabitants of said [town] that are Quallifyed by Law to Vote for the Election of a Representative and other town affairs to assemble and meete at the west meeting house in said town on monday the third Day of December next at one O clock in the after noon of said Day then and their

first to Chuse a moderator for said meeting

2ly to See if the town will Chuse sum person to Represent them in the Convention to be held at the State house in Boston on the Second wednesday of January next and give such instructions as they Shall think proper

170-B. Town Meeting, 3 December

At a meeting of the Freholders and other Inhabitants of the town of Dunstable on monday the third Day of December in 1787 Voted & Choose John Pitts Esqr moderator

Voted & Choose John Pitts Esqr to Serve as a Deligate to Represent this town in the convention to be held at the Statehouse in Boston on the Second wednesday of January next