324. Woolwich, Lincoln County, 13 December 1787

324-A. Warrant, 30 November

To the town Clerk of Woolwich—

In the Name of the Common Wealth of Massachusetts You are hereby Required to warne all the Inhabitants of Woolwich that are Quallifyed to Vote for a Representative to Assemble at the meeting house in Said town on Thursday ye 13th. day of Decembr. next att two of the Clock after noon then & there to Act as Followeth Viz—

1st. To Chuse a moderator for Said meeting—

2ly. To See if the town will Elect a Person to Represent them in Convention to be held in Boston on ye Second Wensday in Janwary next for the porpose of Rattifying the new Constitution

324-B. Constable Return, 13 December

Agreeable to ye Within I have Warnd. all ye within Named to appear at time & place to act on the Warrant by posting a Coppy of ye Contents on ye meeting house Doore

324-C. Town Meeting, 13 December

Att a Meeting Leagually Assembled in Woolwich ye. 13th. of Decembr 1787

The Following Votes were past

1—Voted in Samll. Harnden Esqr. moderator

2ly. Voted that this town Send a Delegate to Boston for the porposes Set forth in the warrant

3ly Voted in David Gilmore a Delegate to Attend—