256. Richmond, Berkshire County, 17 December 1787

Warrant, 30 November

To the Constable of the Town of Richmond in said County Greeting—

In the Name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts—

You are hereby required to warn the Freeholders & other Inhabitants of said Town of Richmond, qualified by Law to Vote in the Election of Representatives, to meet at the Meeting House in said Richmond, on Friday the seventh Day of December next at one of the Clock afternoon—

To see if the Town will choose a Delegate to meet in a Convention of Delegates at Boston at the State House—on the second Wednesday of January next, to consider of the Constitution proposed by the Convention of Delegates lately assembled at Philadelphia, & if they think proper to assent to and ratify the Same, & give such Instruction to the said Delegate as the Town may think proper—