288. Thomaston, Lincoln County, 19 December 1787

288-A. Warrant, 10 December

To the Constable of the Town of Thomaston in said County—Greeting.

You are hereby required in the Name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to notify and warn the Freeholders and other Inhabitants of said Thomaston qualified according to the Constitution to vote in Town Affairs to meet at the Dwelling House of Capt. Nathanael Fales in said Town on Wednesday the ninteenth Day of December instant, at ten of the Clock in the forenoon, to act on the following Articles (after the Choice of a Moderator)

First To choose a Delegate to meet in Convention at the State House in Boston on the second Wednesday of January next, in order that the Constitution reported to Congress by the Convention of the United States of the Seventeenth of September last may be submitted to said Convention, for their assent, and ratification.

288-B. Town Meeting, 19 December

At a Meeting of the Freeholders & other Inhabitants of Thomaston qualified according to the Constitution to Vote in Town Affairs on Wednesday the ninteenth Day of December A.D. 1787, at the Dwelling House of Capt. Nathl. Fales in said Town agreeable to a Warrant therefor, then and there,

Voted and chose David Fales Esq; Moderator

Voted and made choice of David Fales Esq; a Delegate to attend the Convention at Boston &c. for the Purposes mentioned in the Warrant.