273. Southampton, Hampshire County, 30 November 1787

273-A. Warrant, 30 November1

to Either of the Constables of the Town of Southampton—Greeting

In the name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts you are hereby Required forthwith to summon & warn all Such of the Male Inhabitants of the Town of Southampton as are one and Twenty years of age having a Freehold Estate within the same to the value of Sixty pounds or any other Estate of the anual Income of three pounds—that they assemble at the Meeting House in said Town on friday the thirtieth day of November Currant at three Oclock in the Afternoon then and their to Bring in their Votes for one good and lawfull man to attend the Convention to be holden at Boston on the Second Wednesday of January next to Take into Consideration the Federal Constitution—

274-B. Jonathan Judd, Jr., Diary
Southampton, 30 November1

Fryday 30. Town Meeting to pass Debts. Choose Capt Pomeroy for the Convention