184. Gloucester, Essex County, 18 December 1787

184-A. Warrant, 8 December 1787

To the Constables of the Town of Gloucester or either of them—Greeting

You are hereby required in the Name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to Notify & warn the freeholders and other Inhabitants of the Town of Gloucester qualified to Vote in Town Affairs to Assemble and meet at the Meeting house of the first parish in said Gloucester on Tuesday the Eighteenth day of this Inst [of?] December at 10 Clock in ye forenoon for the following purposes. Viz—

1st. To choose one or more Delegates to meet at the State house in Boston on the 2d Wednesday of Jany next to represent sd Town in the Convention—

184-B. Town Meeting, 18 December

At a Meeting held in Gloucester Decr. 18. 1787—

Selectmen presiding—

Voted to send Three Delegates to the Convention to be held in Boston on the 2d Wednesday of Jany. next—

Daniel Rogers. Esqr. John Low Esqr. & Cap William Pearson were chosen—