323. Woburn, Middlesex County, 17 December 1787

323-A. Warrant, 6 December

To Capt. Joseph Brown one of the Constables of Woburn Greeting

These are in the Name of the Common Wealth Afforesd. to will and Require you the Afforesd. Officer to warn and give Notice to all the freeholders and Other Inhabitants belonging to the first Parish in woburn that are Qualified to Vote for a Representative to Assemble and meet Together at the meeting house in the first Parish in Sd. Town on Monday the Seventeenth day of December Currant One O Clock Afternoon in Order to C[h]use a Deligate or Deligates to Sett in Convention at Boston the Second Wednesday in January Next and So De Die in Diem During their Session or Sessions

323-B. Warrant, 6 December

To Mr. Benjamin Blanchard one of the Constables of woburn Greeting

These are in the Name of the Common Wealth Afforesd. to will and Require you the Afforesd. Officer to warn and give Notice to all the Freeholders and Other Inhabitants belonging to the Second Parish in Woburn that are Qualified to Vote for a Representative to Assemble and meet together at the Meeting house in the first Parish in Sd. town on Monday the Seventeenth Day of December Currant one oClock Afternoon in Order to Chuse a Deligate or Deligates to Sett in Convention in Boston the Second Wednesday in Jany next and So De Die in Diem During their Session or Sessions

323-C. Town Meeting, 17 December

Procceing of a General town Meeting in Woburn Monday the Seventeenth Day of December 1787 of the Freeholders and Other Inhabitants Legally Assembled and meet together at the Meeting house in the First Parish in Sd. town Did make Choice of Deacon Timothy Winn and James Fowle Jun as Deligates to Sett in Convention in Boston on Wednesday the Ninth Day of Jany. 1788