236. Northborough, Worcester County, 24 December 1787

236-A. Warrant, 3 December

To Asa Goodnon Constable of Northborough in the County of Worcester—Greeting—

In the name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts you are here by Required forthwith to Notify and warn the freeholders and other Inhabitants of the Town of Northboro. Qualified as the Law directs to vote in the choice of a Representative to meet at the Meeting house in said Town on Monday the tenth day of this Instant at one O clock in the Afternoon.

Then and there to chuse some Suitable Person for a Delagate to meet in Convention at the State House in Boston on the second wednesday of January next for the purpose of taking under consideration the new form of Government or Constitution for the United States, Agreeable to a Resolve of the General Court of this Commonwealth for said purpose—

2ly. To see if the Town will give their Delagate any Instructions respecting said Constitution or form of Government or act thereon as they may think proper when met—

236-B. Constable Return, 10 December

By virtue of this warrant I have Notified and warned the freeholders and other Inhabitants of Northboro. Qualified as the Law directs to vote in Town affairs to meet at time and place by Posting a Notification at the meeting house in said Town