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Whitney & Cutler house & garden ,

590. 2.9 3.1 1.06.47.29 2.30 Robert Hall unimprova

75 100 .50 .53 .18 .8 .5 .39 Mark Duty heirs.

Adj Nat. Baker 12 25. .13 .14 .5 .3 .1 .9 Richa Dole Adj. Griffin farm

28 80. .40 43 .15 .7 .4 .32 Robt Nesmith unimprova

.30 .15 .16 .6 .3 .2 .12 Nath' Smith

.88. 44 .47.16 .8 .4 .35 Robt Bartley Meadow Lott

60 .30 .32 .11 .5 .3 .24 Benj Leach do .

30. .15 .16 .6 .3 .2 .12 Geo. McAllister do.

50. .25 .27 .9 .4 .3 .20 Goodwin half 34 54 54

29 10 4 3 21 Jedidiah Morse.

80 100 .50 .53 .18 .8 .5 .39 Harvey & Emerson

.50 .53.18 .8 .5 .39 Redfield & Adams house occd by Jas.

75. .38 40 .14 .7 .4 .31 Thomas Patterson Mills

24. 2.00 2.12 .72 .32 .20 1.56 Richard Parker.

40. .20 .21 . .3 .2 .16 Charles Cox 1 Mills

10. .83 .88 .30 .14 .8 .66 Robert Wilson

8 25 .13 .14 .5 .3 .1 .11 Adams & Boyes .

.70 .74 .25 .11 ..55 Wm P. Riddle

40 100 .50 .53 .18 .8 .5 .40 Newell Lott.

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.50 .53 .18 .8 .5 40 Jona Butterfield

40. 50. .25 .27 .94 .3 20 Jere Sanborn original proprietor 45 .60 100. .50 .53

.8 .5 .40 Jacob Stanyan do . 46 60 100. .50 .53 .18 .8 .5 .40 Nathi Sanborn do. 47 60. 100. .56

.53 .18 .8.5 40 $1016.88 sum total

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This may certify that we the subscribers have given Elisha
Quimby Licence to keep a public house at his house in Man.
chester and sell spirituous Liquor for one year.
March 25th 1820

Amos Weston Jur
Ephraim Stevens jur
Selectmen of Manchester

Came into the enclosure of the subscriber about the tenth of October last Two Red Two year old heifers, the owner is requested to prove property, pay charges and take them away Manchester Novi 6th 1820

Joseph Moor 1820

NOVEMBER MEETING

State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss

To Gilbert Greeley Constable for the town of Manchester, Greeting

You are hereby required in the name of the State of Newhampshire to notify and warn a meeting of the inhabitans of the town of Manchester who are qualified to vote in the choice of senators for the state Legislature to be held on Monday the sixth day of November next at the meetinghouse in sd Manchester at two OClock P. M. to act on the following articles Viz

1st To Choose a Moderator to regulate sd meeting.

2nd To vote by ballot for six persons duly qualified for Representatives of this state in the Congress of the United States agreeably to an act passed June 21st A. D. 1792 Also for Eight persons not holding offices of profit or trust under the United States to be Electors of President and Vice President of the United States Agreeably to an act passed June 19th 1820 — And in the warning and notification of sa meeting you are to give fifteen days notice by posting a copy of this warrant, at the meeting house in gd Manchester, and make return of this Warrant to us on or before the hour of holding said meeting with your doings thereon Given

under our hands and Seal at Manchester this sixteenth day
of October A. D. 1820
L. S.

Ephraim Stevens jur
Amos Weston jur

Selectmen

Hillsborough ss Manchester Nov. 6th 1820 I have notified the within meeting by posting the within Warrant agreeable to Law.

Gilbert Greley Constable

NOVEMBER MEETING

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At a meeting of the inhabitants of the Town of Manchester duly notified and holden at the meeting house on the Sixth day of November 1820 agreeably to the foregoing Warrant Chose Isaac Huse Esq Moderator Proceeded to vote for Representatives to Congree and the votes were as follows Josiah Butler 26 William Badger

1 William Plumer jur 26 Levi Jackson

1 Nathaniel Upham 27 Thomas Chandler

1 Matthew Harvey 27 David MG. Means

1 Aaron Matson 27 Moore Russel

1 Thomas Whipple jur

27 Samuel M. Richardson 1 Proceeded to Vote for Electors of President and Vice President of the United States and the votes were as follows: William Plumer 25 Timothy Walker

1 David Barker 26 William A. Kent

1 William Fisk 25 George Hough

1 Samuel Dinsmore 26 John West

1 John Pendexter 25 Benjamin Gale

1 Nathaniel Shannon . 26 Levi Hutchins

1 Ezra Bartlett

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William Stickney

1 James Smith of Gran

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Thomas Chandler
1 Richard H. Ayer

1 The meeting was then dissolved Attest

Frederick. G. Stark Town Clerk

December 20th 1820

We the undersigned Selectmen of Londonderry and Manchester met this day for the purpose of perambulating the line between said Towns and have proceeded as follows Viz — Began at a pitch pine tree standing in the edge of a swamp at the southwest corner of Chester and ran south making a proper allowance for the variation of the Compass 163 rods to a stone in Manters field a few rods southeast of an old grist mill thence west to a stake & stones in Capt. Joseph Moors field about 12 rods easterly of said Moors house thence south to a white birch tree marked and lettered standing at the south angle of Manchester and on the west line of Londonderry and have renewed the several marks or monuments on sd line

Robert Mack
John H. Miltimore
Selectmen of Londonderry
Amos Weston jur
Ephraim Stevens jur

Selectmen of Manchester
Manchester December 21st 1820

We the undersigned Selectmen of Manchester and Litchfield having met by agreement to perambulate the line between said Towns proceeded to the perambulation begining at a white birch tree marked and lettered being the corner of Litchfield, Londonderry and Manchester, thence running North 21° west allowing for the variation of the Compass to a black birch tree on the bank of Merrimack river mark and letterd and in the said perambulations have distinguished the marks on renewing the same by a chop or cut directly

into the tree instead of sclising of the bark as was the former practice witness our hands

Joseph Moor
Ephraim Stevens jur

Selectmen of Manchester
Joseph Chase jur
James MoQuesten

Selectmen of Litchfield Recorded Dec. 30, 1820

by F. G. Stark — Town Clerk

1821

MARCH MEETING

State of Newhampshire Hillsborough ss

To Gilbert Greeley constable for the town of Manchester, Greeting

You are hereby required in the name of said State to notify and warn a meeting of the inhabitants of the town of Manchester who are qualified to vote in the choice of Senators for the State Legislature to be held on tuesday the thirteenth day of March next at the meeting house in said Manchester at ten OClock in the fore noon to act on the following articles, Viz —

1st To Choose a Moderator to regulate sd meeting: 2nd To Choose a Town Clerk and Selectmen

3rd To Vote by ballot for Governor, Counsellor Senator County Treasurer and Register of Deeds and choose a Representative

4th To Choose all other Town officers 5th To hear all Town Accounts

6th To see how much money the town will raise to pay town charges the present year

yth To see how much money the town will raise to repair the highways the present year

gth To take the sense of the qualified Voters on the subject of a revision of the Constitution

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