192. Hallowell, Lincoln County, 27 November 1787

192-A. Warrant, 21 November

To Isaac Savage [– – –] constable of the Town of Hallowell Greeting

In the Name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts you are hereby required forthwith to warn Verbally the Inhabitants of Said Town quallified to Vote for a Representative to assemble at the Meeting-house in said Hallowell on Tuesday the twenty seventh day of November Instant at ten o Clock A.M. then and there to act on the following articles Viz.

1. To Choose a moderator

2. To Choose a Clerk for Said Meeting

3. To Choose a Deligate to represent this Town in a Convention of Deligates from the several Towns in this Commonwealth, who are to meet at the State-House in Boston on the second Wednesday of January next for the purpose of giving their assent to and ratifying a Constitution of government for the United-States of America—reported by a Convention of Deligates from the Said United-States begun and held at Philadelphia on the first Monday of May last, and Continued by ajournment till the seventeenth day of September following.—

192-B. Henry Sewall Diary
Hallowell, 27 November1

Town meeting, to choose a Delegate for the state Convention, to meet at Boston the 2d. Wed’day in January. Capt. James Carr was chosen.