183. Georgetown, Lincoln County, 12 December 1787

183-A. Warrant, 24 November

In obedience to an Act of the Great & General Court.—

To the Constable of the Town of George Town. Greeting. In the Name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts you are hereby required to warn all the Inhabitants of said Town qualified by Law to vote in Town meeting, to meet at the meeting House on Arrousick Island on Wednesday the Twelfth Day of December next at Ten of the Clock in the forenoon—

First. To chuse a moderator for sd. Meeting.

2ndly. To chuse some fit Person to represent sd. Town in Convention at Boston on the second Wednesday of January next for considering of the expediency of approving the proposed Constitution of the united States of America.

183-B. Constable Return, 11 December

This may certify that I have warned The Inhabitants of said Town by posting a true copy of the within Warrant at the meeting House and by word of mouth, as directed to me.

183-C. Town Meeting, 12 December

At a meeting of The Inhabitants of Geo. Town in the County of Lincoln legally warned and held at the meeting House in sd. Town on the Twelfth Day of December A.D. 1787. Mr. Nathaniel Wyman was unanimously chosen to represent sd. Town in Convention held at Boston on the second Wednesday of January 1788.