272. Shutesbury, Hampshire County, 10 December 1787

272-A. Warrant, 1 December

To Theophilus Crocker Constable of the Town of Shutesbury Greeting—

In the Name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts you are forthwith required & Directed to Warn all the Inhabitants of the Town of Shutesbury who are Qualified by Law to vote for a Representative that they Assemble & Meet at the Meeting House in Shutesbury on Monday the tenth Day of December Instant at Two O’Clock in the Afternoon for the purpose of Choosing a Deligate to Represent them in Convention Appointed to be Holden at the State House in Boston on the Second Wednesday of January Next, Agreeable to & in Obedience to A Resolve of the General Court passed October 25th. 1787—

272-B. Town Meeting, 10 December

At A Legal Meeting of the Inhabitants of the Town of Shutesbury held at the Meeting House on Monday the 10th. Day of December 1787—the Meeting being Opened Did then and there make Choice of Mr. Asa Powers as A Deligate to Represent Said Town in Convention Appointed to be Holden at State House in Boston on the Second Wednesday of January 1788—