280. Stow and Boxborough, Middlesex County, 30 November 1787

280-A. Stow Warrant, 20 November

to mr Abraham Whitney Jn one of the Constabels for Stow for the year 1787—greeting

In the Name of the Comononwelth of the massachusets you are forth with to Notify and worn all the male Inhabitants of the town of Stow that are qualified by Law to vote in the Election of a Represantative viz all those that Live North of the great Road Leading from Bolton Line to the great Bridge all that Live North of Sd Bridge and Road for to meet at the meetting hous in Stow on Friday the thirtieth day of November Instent at one of the Clock in the after noon on Sd day for to hear and Consult upon the New Constitution or frame of goverment for the united States of amarica and for the Porpos of Chusing a deligate to Represant the town of Stow and the Destrict of Boxborough in the Convention which is by order of Congress to be holden at the State hous in Boston on the second wednesday in January Next or act any thing the town shall think proper when meet on the same

280-B. Boxborough Warrant, 20 November

to mr Silas Wetherbee one of the Constables for the dstrect of Boxborough for the year 1787 greeting

In the Name of the Commonwelth of the Massachusets you are Requiard forth with to Notify and worn all the male Inhabitants of the destrict of Boxborough that are qualified by Law to vote for the Election of a Represantative for to meet at the meetting hous In Stow on Friday the thirtieth day of November Instent at one of the Clock in the after noon on Sd day for to hear and Consult on the New Constitution or frame of goverment for the united States of amarica and for the Porpos of Chusing a deligate to Represent the town of Stow and the destrect of Boxborough In the Convention which Is by order of Congress to be holden at the State Hous In Boston on the Second wednesday of January Next or act any thing the town shall think Proper when meet