Sunday, September 28, 2008

Reading, Massachusetts, 1730

Massachusetts, 1730.

To Mr. John Harnden Constable for Reading Greeting You are Revely Required in his Majesty’s Name forthwith to Warn the freeholders & other Inhabitants in your precinct Qualified in the Law Direct to meet at the South Meeting house in Reading upon Tuesday Second day of february Next at one of the clock in the afternoon then & there to Elect & Depute one or more person or persons to serve for & Represent them in a great & General Court or assembly, appointed to be convened held & kept for his Majesty’s Service at the Court house in Boston upon Wednesday the Tenth day of february Next Ongoing? the Date hereof & to know whether the Town will take up with any other of Cpt Flints? proposal, about the way going over his meadow in the North precinct, or whether they will choose a commity to agree with him farther about the Same or what they will do Referring to that matter hereof xxx Not & make Return of thy Warrant & your doing therein to the Town Clerk at or before the meeting.
Dated in Reading January the 19 1730/1
By order of the Select men Peter Emerson Town clerk

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