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Selectmen, 1817, Isaac Huse, John Stark, 4th, John Dickey; 1818, Isaac Huse, John Dickey, Nathaniel Moor; 1819, Samuel Moor, Ephraim Stevens, Jr., John Stark, 4th; 1820, Joseph Moor, Ephraim Stevens, Jr., Amos Weston, Jr.; 1821, Amos Weston, Jr., Ephraim Stevens, Jr., John Proctor; 1822, Amos Weston, Jr., John Proctor, Nathaniel Moor; 1823, Amos Weston, Jr., Nathaniel Moor, John Proctor; 1824, Amos Weston, Jr., Nathaniel Moor, Isaac Huse; 1825, Amos Weston, Jr., Isaac Huse, Nathaniel Moor; 1826, Frederick G. Stark, Israel Merrill, James McQuesten; 1827, Frederick G. Stark, Amos Weston, Jr., Franklin Moor; 1828, John Gamble, John Ray, Nathaniel Moor.
Representatives, 1817, Isaac Huse; 1818-1819, John G. Moor; 1820-1821, Isaac Huse; 1822-1825, Frederick G. Stark; 1826, Isaac Huse; 1827, Amos Weston, Jr.; 1828, Franklin Moor.
The population in 1820 was 761; in 1830, 887. There was little indication then that within sixteen years it would be incorporated as a city with over ten thousand inhabitants.
G. W. B.
TOWN OF MANCHESTER, N. H.
State of New Hampshire Hillsborough ss
To John Griffin Constable for the Town of Manchester Greeting
You are hereby required in the name of the State, to warn all the freehold Inhabitants of the Town of Manchester to meet at the Meetinghouse in Said Town, on Friday the Twentyfourth Inst, for the purpose of appointing two Pettit Juror men to attend at the Court of Common Please for our first district in Said County, to be holden at Amherst on the Second Tuesday of February next,
and make due return of this warrant with your doings their on, to me on or before the day of holding Said Meeting
Given under my hand Seal this Eight day of Jan. in the year of our lord 1817
John G Moor Town Clerk Manchester Jany 8 1817
The warrant being returned in comon form; the Meeting was holden accordingly, and Samul P Kidder was appointed for the first week; and John Stark 4th for the Second week
John G Moor T Clerk Manchester Jan 24th 1817