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May 18th 1818– The time for Collecting the Sum of Money in the foregoing warrant is extended to the first day of November Next By order of Selectmen August 30th 1818
John. G. Moor. T. Clerk
State of New Hampshire Hillsborough, ss.
To the Town or parish Clerk of Manchester in our County of Hillsborough Greeting
Pursuant to an Act of Said State directing & regulating the appountment and Choice of Petit Jurors, you are—hereby required to Cause one man of those duly quallified in Said Manchester to be appointed and returned to Serve as petit juror at the Court of Common pleas to be Holden at amherst within and for sa County, on the Second Tuesday of February next; and the person who Shall be appointed for that Service, you are to cause to be duly notified thereof to attend the Same on Monday next following the the Second of February at ten o clock in the fore noon; and make return of this writ with your doings there on
dated at Amherst the 30 day of November 1818 By order of the Court M Eastman Clerk
Agreable to the foregoing notice John Stak ju Esq was appointed to Serve as Juror man at February Term. 1819.
Attest, J. G. Moor. T. Clerk.
Manchester January 26, 1819 (L. S) State of New hampshire Hillsborough ss. To Ephraim Stevens jur Constable in Manchester Greeting.
You are hereby required in the name of the State of Newhampshire to warn all the qualified Voters in sd Manchester to meet at the meeting House in sd Town on Tuesday the ninth day of March next at ten 0 Cloc fore noon, To act on the following articles. Viz.
1st To chuse by ballot a Moderator to govern sd meeting.
2nd To chuse by ballot a Town Clerk, three Selectmen, a Representative Town treasurer & Constable for this present year.
3rd To Vote by ballot for Governor Counsellor senator County Treasurer and Register of Deeds.
4th To Vote by ballot for Six persons duly qualified for Representatives of this State in the Congress of the United States.
5th To Chuse all other town officers for the present year. 6th To hear all town accounts.
ryth To see how much money the town will vote to raise for the Towns use this present year.
gth To see how much they will raise on the poll to repair highways this year
gth To see if the town will vote to open & repair the road from James McQuestions to James Nutts
10th To see if the Town will vote to Layout a road from Heseltines saw mill to the road by Asa Heseltines House-or to the school house near Mrs conants
11th To see what method they will take to support town paupers
12th To see if the town will vote to exempt certain poor persons from poll tax
13th To see how much money they will vote to raise to repair the meetinghouse.
Make due return of this warrant with your doings thereon to us on or before the day of holding said meeting — Given
under our hands and seals at Manchester this 15th day of February 1819
The following return Endorsed on the above
Manchester March the gth 1819_ Pursuant to this warrant I hav warnd all the Leagal Voters in the town of Manchester By posting A True and attest Coppy at the meeting house giving Notice as the Law Directs.
Ephraim Stevens ju Constable
At a meeting of the inhabitants of the town of Manchester held at the Meetinghouse in said town on the 9th day of March 1819% agreeable to the foregoing Warrant proceeded to the choice of a Moderator and Samuel Moor was chosen Frederick. G. Stark was chosen town Clerk and sworn
Voted to pospone the remainder of the 2nd article in the warrant unil after the town accounts are Exhibited
Voted to allow Samuel. P. Kidders account amounting to three Dollars
Voted to choose a committee to settle with the Select Men. and all others having accounts against the town — and that the committee be autharised to settle with the town treasurer – and make report at the adjourment
Job Rowell. Joseph Moor and Ephraim Stevens jur - Committee
Voted To postpone the choice of town officers, and proceed to the choice of State officers and John. G. Moor was chosen to represent this Town in the Legislature. Balloted for State and County officers, and the following is a Statement of the Votes
For Governor Samuel Bell
had 40 Votes David L Morril
27 William Hale .
6 John Dwinnel
1 For Counsellor Richard H. Ayer
41 John Orr
6 For Senator James Parker
8 For County treasurer David Stewart
85 For “ Register Isaac Brooks For Reprentatives to Congress— Josiah Butler
43 William Plumer ju 43 Nathaniel Upham 43 Clifton Claggett. 37 Joseph Buffum jur. 43 Arthur Livermore. 43.
Voted To adjourn this meeting to meet at this place on Tuesday next at 10 oClock A. M.
Frederick. G. Stark Town Clerk.
Met according to adjournment
Voted to pospone the choice of Select Men until the Committee on accounts report and in The mein time proceed with the Choice of other Town officers
Voted Joseph Moor Town Treasurer
Voted Israel Webster
sworn Jonathan Heseltine do Jacob Brown
8 sworn John Brown
9 Voted John Dwinnel
Corders of Wood Nathaniel Baker
Samuel Moor Voted James Griffin
sworn Samuel Hall