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town of Derryfield that they meet at the houes of m' John Hall In holder in said town upon the first mondey in march nixt at ten of the Cloke in the fore noon then and ther to acct one the follong Perticulares (viz)

1ly to make Choice of a moderator 2ly to Chuse all ther town officers for the Present year

3ly to see if the town will Raise money for to pay for Priching and how much

4ly to see How much money they will Raise to Defray other Charges that may aries for this yeair

5ly to see if the Town will Bulde a Pound and where they will buldc it

6ly to see if the Highway work be Doun by aret (a writ) for this Present year and how much money they will Raies for to repair the highwayes in this town for the Present year

And this shall Be your suffient warrant given under our hands and seeals this tenth day of february—1752*

William Perham
Nethaniel Boyed
Daniel mo Niell


Recourded pr me

John Hall town Clark

at a mietien of the freelloulders and In Habitants of the town of Derry field held March yo 2: 1752 agribel to the fore gowing warnin

1ly Vouted Esqr John Goffe modrator 2ly Vouted John Hall town Clark

3ly Vouted that ther Be three select men for this yiear and now mor

*The year 1752 marks the establishment by the British Parliament of the Gregorian or “New Style" of computing time. Hitherto the year had begun among the Protestants with March 25, the Julian Year, or “Old Style,” though the Catholics, under the introduction of Pope Gregory XIII., had followed the new way for 170 years.-Ed.

4ly Vouted John Goffe Archibald Stark Alex mo murphy Selectmen

5ly for Cunstable Thomas Gore

6ly For Survryers of highways Abraham mirill John Riddell John Hall

Yly for tithingmen mikell m°Clinto William Tagart 8ly for Invoice men samull martain moscs Willis 9ly for Howards thoms Gilles Ebizniser Stivenes 10ly for Dear Keepers William Parham Banjmin Hidley

11ly Commesioners for assessments to Examine the selectmens acoumpts William Parham Nathaniel Boyd

12ly For Culler of staves Banjmin Stivenes

13ly for survayeing of Boords Plank Joyst & timber Abraham mirill

14ly for fence veres William moClinto Moses Willes

Vouted one the third artickel in the warent one Houndred Poundes for Priching old tenor for thies yiear

Vouted John Ridiell Nathaniel Boyed a Commitey to provied Priching for thies yiear

Vouted one the forth artickel in the warent twountey pounds old tenour for to Defray the town Charges thies yiear

Vouted that the Be oun Pound for thies present yiear
Vouted that the Pound Be buelt at moses Willes

Vouted that the high ways shall be Repaired as the Law
Recourded pr me

John Hall town Clark

Province of Newhampshire To thomas Gorge Cunstable for the toun of Derry field Greeting

you are Herby Recquired in his majestyes name to warn all the free houlders and other Inhabitants Qualified by law in the town of Derryfield that they meet at the Houes of Obiell Barker Lette of thies town decsed upon monday the twentyeth of this instant at three of the Cloke in the afternoon then & there to acct one the folloung Perticuloures

1 to make Choyes of a moderator

2ly to see if the town will aprove of Resing money for Preching by the Last years Invoic or aney way they shall judge more proper

3ly to see where the town will think it most proper for the publick worship to be keep for this seson or till such time as there can be a Houes Bulte for that

purpos 4ly to see what method the town will take for Bulding a Pounde or Pounds forth with

And this shall be your suffint warant Given ounder our hands and seeal this second day of July 1752

John Goffe
Archibald Stark
Alex mac murphy


Thomais Gorge Constable

Province of Newhampshire accourding to the withine precipt I have warned all the freehoulders and other inhabitantes in Derry field that they meet at the time and place appointed by setting up three Coppys at the three seviral places voted thy shuld be set at (viz) one at John Goffe Esq' one at John Hall Gent and one at Banjamines Hadleys

pr Thomas Gorge Constable Recourded pr me

John Hall town Clark

at ameetien of the free Houlderes and In Habitentes of the town of Derryfield Hild Juely ye 20: 1752 agriebel to the forgowen warnin met at the houes of obiell Barcker Lette of this town Desed

Vouted John Goffe Esqr modrator

Vouted to Agourne the meetien to the Eisteand of William quembeys houes

Vouted that the secound article Be Dismised

Vouted that the Placieses of Publick Worishep be held at Banjmien Stivenes and William mo Clintos the firest sabouth

at Banjmien Stivenes & the nixt at William mo Clintos and sow sabouth about till the nixt town meetien

Vouted that the fourth artecle be Dismised sow fart as William mo Clintos Barran be apound till the nixt town meetien

Province of Newhampshier To thomas George Constable for the Town of Derryfield Greetting:

you are hearby Required in his majesteys name to warn all the freeholders and Inhabetants of the Town of Derry field that they meet one friday the second day of February next at ten of the Clock in the fornoon at the Barn of Banjmin Stivenes in said Derry field to actt on the following Particulars

first to Chuse amoderator

2ly to se whether the town will raise money to defray the Charge of laying out the Highway from the head of Namaskeeg falls to Litchfield line by order of the General Court of quarter sessions of the peace Holden at Portsmouth for the province of New hampshire aforsaid upon the first tuesday of September last

3ly to be whether they Inhabitants will Employ anew Comitte or hold to the former to find us Priching untill the money votted for at our last annuall meeting be Expended

4ly to se whether they will Chuse where the minister will preach or leave it to the sellectt men and where he shall be keept and this Shall be your sufficent warrant givin under our hands and seall this sevententh of January 1753

John Goffe
Archibald Stark


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at a meeting of the free Houlderes and Inhabtitencs of the Town of Derryfield held febuarey the secound agriebel to the for gowen warrnin met at the Barn of Banjmien Stivenes in said Derry field

Votted Capt William Pirham moderator

Votted oun the second artecle in the Warrant nout to Pay Eaney of the Courts Commiteys Coust or Charges that wase apouinted for Laying out the higway from the head of Namaskeeg falls to Lichfield Line

Votted oun the third artecle in the warrant to Hould to the formor Coumitey tille the monney votted be Expended

Votted that Banjmien Stivenes Barn and William mo Clintos Barn be the tow placeses of Publick worshep till the mouney vouted at the last march meeting be Expended

Votted that the minister Should be Keep at william m Clinto

Recourded pr me

John Hall town Clark

Province of New Hampshire To Thomas Gorge Cunstable For the town of Derry field in the Provence of New Hampshire Greeting

You are Here by Required In his majestyes name to warn all the free holders and other Inhabitants of the town of Derry field Qualedfied by Law that they meett at Hones of Benjamins Stevenses in Said Derryfield upon mondey the fifeth Day of march next at ten of the Clock in the fore noon then & ther when miet to act on the folloing Pertecrlars

1 To Chuse amodrator
2ly to Chuse all town officers

3ly to see How much mony the town will Raise for the Presant year to Defray the Charges of the town

4ly to see how much the town will Raies to pay for Preaching for the presant year

5ly to see what meathod the town will take to prevent stray Cattel being Brought in to the town to Eat up our feed on the Comimon Land or unfenced Land

6ly to see if the town will Joyn with the town of Bedford In Giving mr mc Doel a Call to the worke of the ministry Between the two towns and to Do and act in that affair that the town shall think proper

and this shall be your sufficant warrant Given undr our hands and Seal Dated at Derry field this 12th Day of febry

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