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You are hereby required in the name of the State of Newhampshire to warn all the Inhabitants of said Town quallified to vote in Town affairs to meet at the Meetinghouse in said Town on Saturday the 26th day of July instant at four 0. Clock P. M. to act on the following articles (Viz)

Article 1st To Choose a Moderator to govern thee Meeting

Article 2nd To see if the Town will choose an agent to oppose the Mammouth Road

Article 3rd To see if the Town will vote to refund part or all of the money paid by Retailers and Taverners for Li

cences

And in warning the Inhabitants of said Town you are to give fifteen days notice by posting a copy of this Warrant at the Meetinghouse in said Manchester

And to make due return of this Warrant on or before the Hour of holding said Meeting

Given under our hands and seal at Manchester this fifth day of July 1828.

John Gamble
John Ray
Nath' Moor

Selectmen of Manchester

At a Meeting of the Inhabitants of Manchester legally notified and holden at the Meetinghouse in said Town

Nathaniel Moore was chosen Moderator

The Meeting then adjourned to the 16th day of August next at 4 0. Clock P. M.

Met according to adjournment-proceeded to take the sinse of the meeting to know how many were in favour of the said road. and four rose in favour and about seventy rose against it.

Voted to choose an agent to oppose the said road who is to be subject to the controul of the Selectmen - And Daniel Watts was chosen an agent

to oppose said road Voted to dismiss the third article in the warrant The meeting dissolved

At a Meeting of the Inhabitants of Manchester holden at the Meetinghouse in said Town a Venire was then read requiring the appointment of one Petit Juror to serve at the court of common Pleas to be holden at Amherst on the first Tuesday of September next

Nathaniel Moor was chosen Moderator

Proceeded to draw from the box one man to serve at the Court of Common Pleas as aforsaid and John Stark was appointed for that purpose and he has been duly notified thereof Attest

Franklin Moor T. Clerk Manchester Aug. 16th 1828

We the Subscribers Selectmen of the Town of Manchester have this tenth day of September one thousand eight hundred and twenty eight layed out a Publick Highway as hereinafter described Beginning at the west side of the old Road south of Peter Emersons dwelling House at a small Appletree standing near a ledge thence south ten degrees east twenty rods through part of Gilman Harveys land thence south four degrees west eighty rods through the remainder of Gilman Harveys Land and John Young's land and a part of David Dickey's Land - thence South fifteen degrees east one hundred and forty rods through the runing part of David Dickeys land — also through land owned by Robert Adams to Londonderry line - to a stake standing between two white oak trees

We do hereby award Gilman Harvey fifteen dollars, John Young ten dollars, David Dickey one hundred and fifty dollars and Robert Adams ten dollars

John Gamble
Nath' Moore

Selectmen of Manchester Recorded Sept 18th 1828

Franklin Moore Town Clerk

We the subscribers do hereby Licence Samuel Jackson of Manchester to retail spirituous and mixed Liquors and keep

a Tavern at his dwelling house in Manchester one year from this date

John Gamble
John Ray

Selectmen of Mantr Manchester Oct 28th 1828

We the Subscribers do hereby Licence John Gamble to retail Wine and spirituous Liquors six months at his store in Manchester

John Ray
Nath' Moore

Selectmen of Manchester Manchester Oct 24th 1828

State of Newhampshire Hillsborrough ss

To Daniel Watts Constable for the Town of Manchester 1828 Greeting

You are hereby notified in the name of said State of Newhampshire, to notify and warn a Meeting of the Inhabitants of said Town of Manchester who are quallified to vote in the choice of Senators for the State legislator to be holden at the Meeting house in said Manchester on Monday the third day of November next at one O'Clock P. M. to act on the following articles (Viz)

1st To choose a Moderator to govern said Meeting

2nd To vote by ballot for eight persons to be Electors of President and Vice President of the United States agreeably to the laws of this State

3rd To see if the Town will vote to lay out the road from Moses Halls in said Manchester over Bald Hill Road to the Londonderry Turnpike near Jepthah Heseltine

And make due return of this warrant with your doings thereon unto the Town Clerk or in his absence to the Selectmen on or before the time of holding said Meeting – Given under our hands and seal at Manchester this tenth day of October in the year of our Lord 1828

John Gamble
John Ray
Nath' Moore

State of Newhampshire Hillsborrough ss

Pursuant to the within warrant I have warned all the legal Voters in Manchester by posting a true and attested copy of within warrant at the Meeting house fifteen days before the third day of November

Daniel Watts Constable State of Newhampshire At a legal Town Meeting duly notified and holden at the Meeting House in Manchester in the County of Hillsborrough on the first monday of November in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and twenty eight the following votes of the Inhabitants of said Town present and quallified to vote for Senators in the State Legislature, were given in for Elecetors of President and Vice President of the United States, and were received in presence of the Selectmen of said Town in open Meeting by the Moderator thereof, who in said Meeting in presence of the said Selectmen and the Clerk of said Town sorted and counted said votes and at the Close of the Poll made a publick declaration thereof with the name of every person voted for and the number of votes for each person as follows For George Sullivan

67 votes Samuel Quarles

67 Samuel Sparhark

67 William Bixbey.

67 Nahum Parker

67 Thomas Woolson

67 Ezra Bartlett

67 William Lovjoy.

67 For John Harvey

97 vote " Benning M. Bean

97 do William Pickering

97 Jesse Bowers

97 Jonathan Nye

97 Aaron Matson

97 Stephen P. Webster

97 Moses White

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Ephraim Stevens Jun was chosen Moderator of the said Meeting and the votes having been given in for Electors of President and Vice President proceeded to act on the third article in the warrant – the Meeting voted to dismiss the same the Meeting was then dissolved A true record Attest

Franklin Moor Town Clerk

Manchester December 29th 1828 We the undersigned Selectmen of the Town of Manchester, do this day lay out a Highway through Land of Wescoats bounded as follows. Beginning at the southwest corner of the Corning Mill yard thence south 16 " East thirty rods to a White oak tree standing on the south side of said Wescoats land. Said road is laid out two rods wide. And we the Selectmen award the said Wescoat for his land fifteen dollars to be paid by the Petitioners for said road

John Gamble
Nath Moore

Selecimen of Manchester Recorded December 29th 1829

Franklin Moore Town Clerk

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