179. Framingham, Middlesex County, 10 December 1787

179-A. Warrant, 26 November

To the Constable or Constables of the Town of Framingham or either of them Greeting

In The Name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts you are hereby required forthwith to notify & warn all the freeholders & other Inhabitants of said Town Qualified by Law to vote in Town affairs (by posting notifcations at Messers Cap Thos: Buckminsters Lt Jess Loverings Stones Mills Lt Smiths Aaron Browns and Lieut Joseph Nichols) That they meet at the Public Meeting house in Sd Town on monday the tenth day of December next at one o Clock P M. Then & there to act on the following articles Viz

[1]st To Choose a Moderator for said Meeting …

You are likewise required in the Name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to notify and warn all the free holders and other Inhabitants of Framingham qualified by the Constitution to vote for a Representative to meet at the Public Meeting House at three o Clock P.M. on the above sd day to choose a Delegate to represent them in a Convention to be holden at the State house in Boston on the 2d Wednesday of January next agreable to a resolve of the General Court of the 20th of October last

179-B. Town Meeting, 10 December

At A Legal Town Meeting in Framingham on the 10th Day of December AD 1787

Capt. Richard Fisk was Chosen Moderator …

Then Proceeded to the business of the other meeting and chose Capt. Lawson Buckminster to represent the Town in a State Convention to be holden at the State house in Boston on the Second Wednesday of January next