173. East Sudbury (now Wayland), Middlesex County, 20 December 1787

173-A. Warrant, 19 November

To Lt. Micah Goodenow, one of the Constables for East Sudbury, These order you to warn all the Freeholders and Other Inhabitants off [i.e., of] and Belonging to East Sudbury, Qualified to Vote in town Affairs and in the Choice of a Representative to meet at the Meeting house in Said town on monday the Twenty Sixth Instant at Three of the Clock in the Afternoon on Said Day, then & there

Ar. 1th To Chuse a Moderator

2d. To Chuse Some Sutiable Person as Deligate to meet in Convention at the Statehouse in Boston on the Second Wednesday of January Next, for the Purpose of Asenting too and Ratifying the New Feoderal Constitution, Agreed on in a Convention of Deligates from the United States

173-B. Town Meeting, 26 November

At a meeting of the Inhabitants of the town of East Sudbury Legally warnd Novr. 26th 1787 The town being meet at time and place proceeded to the Work of the Day

Art. 1st The town by there Vote Choose Mr. Phineas Gleasen Moderator

2d Then the Town by there Vote Adjourn’d there meeting to the 17th of Decembr. Next at twelve of the Clock at noon

173-C. Town Meeting, 17 December

Then meet according to Adjournment and proceeded to the work of the Day

Ar. 2d This article put to Vote passed in the Affirmative

Then the Town by there Vote adjournd there meeting to Thursday the 20th Instant at one of the Clock in the Afternoon

173-D. Town Meeting, 20 December

Then meet according to Adjournment, and Proceeded to the Second Art.

Art 2d The town by there Vote Choose Mr. Phineas Gleasen as Deligate to meet in Convention to be held in Boston for Assenting too and Ratifying the New Feoderal Constitution—