221. Mendon, Worcester County, 17 December 1787

221-A. Warrant, 6 December

to either of the Constables of the town of Mendon Greeting—

In the Name of the Commonwealth of Massachusets you are required forthwith to warn and Give Publick Notice to all the freeholders and other Inhabitants of the town of Mendon Qulified by Constitution to vote for a Representative that a Meeting of Said Inhabitant is appointed to be held on Monday the Seventeenth Day of December instant at one oClock P.M. at the Congregational Societies Meeting House in sd. Mendon to Choose a Deligate to Represent the town in a State Convention to be held at Boston on the Second wednesday in January next for the Purpose of Rattifying or Rejecting the Continental Constitution or form of Government agread upon by the late Federal Convention

221-B. Constable Return, 17 December

In obediance to the within warrand I have Notifyed all the freeholders and other Inhabitants of the town of Mendon by Setting up a Notification at Colo. Amenidons inholder in Said Mendon and another at moses Daniels Inholder in Mendon of time and Place of Said Meeting

221-C. Town Meeting, 17 December

Being town meeting Persuant to the foregoing warrant the town Made Choice of Edward Thomson Esqr for their Deligate to Represent them In a State Convention to be holden at Boston on the Second wednesday of January next