177. Fitchburgh, Worcester County, 20 December 1787

Warrant, 30 November

To Thos Cowden Jur one of the Constables for the Town of Fitchburg in sa[i]d County Greeting

These are in The Name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to will and Require you in Due Course of Law to Notifie & warn all the male Inhabitants of the Town of fitchburg Qu[a]lified as the Constitution Directs to Vote in the Choose of Representatives To Assemble & meet at the meeting House in said Town on Thursday the 20th Day of December Next at Ten of the Clock in the forenoon Agreeable to A Resolve of ye General Court of the 20th Day of Octobr Last Then & their being Duly meet & formed to act on the following articles

first to see if the Town will Elect some meet person to Represint them in the state Convention to be Held at the state house in Boston on the second wednessday January Next on the subject matter of the New proposed Fedoral Con[s]titution or act any thing theiron as they shall think proper