186. Grafton, Worcester County, 26 November 1787

186-A. Warrant, 16 November

To Either of the Constables of the Town of Grafton—Greeting

You are hereby Required in the name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to warn all the Inhabitants of Grafton Qualified by the Constitution of this Commonwealth to vote for a Representative to assemble at the Towns meeting house in Sd Grafton on monday the 26th day of this Instant November at two of the Clock PM then and there to Elect a Deligate to Represent the Sd Town in Convention to be holden at the State house in Boston on the Second Wednesday of January next agreable to a Late Resolve of Court to assent to and Ratify the Continental Constitution if they See Cause

186-B. Town Meeting, 26 November

The Town of Grafton being met [pursuant?] to warning and by vote made Chose of Doctor Joseph Wood to Represent the Sd Town of Grafton in Convention as mention in Sd warrant