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Chuse men to obetain preching for the town for this presant year

4\y to See how much money the town will Reas to pay the Reegeregs and the necsreys Charges that may arise this year

51s to See what metthod the town will take in order to prevent the Stopege of the fishery upon Macebecke in this town

619 to See if the town will Rease money to pay M' John Hogg Highway land

yly to See if the town will do there Highway work by a Reatt for this Preasent year & to see how much they will Rease upon to Pool for Said work & see how much they will allow pi day

gly to See if the town will allow the Constables that have been or Shall be hearafter pay for colecting the Reattes of this town and how much

And this shall be your Suflint warent Given under our hands and Seeal this Eight day of February 1754

Willm Parham
John Riddel
Alex: MacMurphy

Seeleck men

Provence of New Ilampshire March yo 4th 1754 By vertue of this Precept I have warned all the freeholders and Inhabitants of this town of Derryfield to meet at time and place for the End within Exprest per me

Arch bald Stark Constable pr Alex Mac Murphy town Clark

At a meeting of the freeholders and other Inhabitents of the Town of Derryfield held March yo 4th 1754 agrieble to the foregoing Warining meet at the house of Willm mac Clintock in Said Derryfield

Voted Capt Willo Paraham Modrator of said metting
Votted to Carey on this meeting by poolling

21 Votted Alex' MacMurphy town Clark
Votted Willm MacClintock frist Select man
Votted Alex MacMurphy Second Select man
Votted John Hall third Select man
Voted Benjeman Hadley Constable

Voted for Servairs of highways Robart Andrson John Harve Dainel MacNell & Thomas Gorge

Voted Mickall macClintok and Moses Weells taything men
Voted for fence Vers John Riddel Moses Wells
Voted for Couller of Staves Benjemen Sevens

Voted for Servire of Plank Bourds Joyce & timber Abrham Merrell

Voted for Counters Robert Anderson Abrham macNell Voted for Dear Keepers Robert Anderson John Hervey Voted John Hall & Robert Anderson for Invoice men Voted for Hogg Constable Thomas Gilles & Aron Quimbey

Votted to Ajourn this meetting till the Eightinth Instant to be held at ye House of Willm Mac Clintock at ten of the Clock in y® forenoon

March yo 18th 1754 Meet acording to ajorment from the Fourth of March Instant at the House of Will" Mac Clintock's in Derryfield

315 Voted on the third artickle of the warant that there be money Reased for Preching

Voted that there be one Hundred & Fifty pounds old tenor for this year for preching & Charges Arising thereby and that John Goff Esq' is Chosen to obitaine Preching till Said money is Expended in that vee

415 Voted that Willm Parham Willm Mac Clintock & John Hall be a Comitte to hear the Acounts of those that have aney charg against the town and to Prosecut those ye are indeted to Said town to finell Gugement & Execution-lawfull warning first being given by Said Comeety

515 Whereas there has been Incombrance and still is on the Brook comonly Caled Chohass Brook in Derryfield whereby the Elewives are much hindred in there pasege into Massapissack Pond by reason of Mill Dams & other Incombrance, Therefore if some Method be not Speedely taken in order to remove and amend Such Incumbrance it is altogether likely it will wholely Stop the Corse of Said fish which will be avast Damage not only to sa Derry field but to all the adjacant towns, for prevention of which

Therefore Unanimously Voted That Every person or persons that has any Structns or any Incoumbrance on Said Brook or aney other Person or Persons what Soever whereby the Ele wives have been or shall be Impeded or hindred in there passag from Merrimack River into Massa pissack Pond in Derryfield be Remoued so far as to make a free and open passege for said Ele wives from said Merrymack River unto said Pond and if any person or persons who have any Such Incumbrance on Said Chohass Brook or any other person or persons from what please so Ever Sall Neglect or Refuse to remonies Such incumbrance as soon as the Ele wives is Known to Come into Said Brook & so to Continue Removed untill the Said Ele wives have done runing into said pond, Shall for Every Days Neglect or Refusell shall forfitt and pay the sum of fourty Shilling—one half moiety to the use of the poor of the town and the other half to the Complainent to be recovered by Bill plaint or Information Before any of his Majestes Justices of the peace for the Provence of New Hampshire & that no person or persons Shall fish with any net in Said Brook within fiffteen rods of Merrymack River or he Shall the Sum of Fourty Shillings as afinc—the one half moiety to the poor of the town, and the half to the complainent to be Recovered by Bill Plaint or Information before any of his Majesties Justices of the peace within the Province of New Hampshire

Likwise Unanomosly Voted that Willm MacClintock Nethanell Boyd & Willin Elot be a Comit to take Care that the fore Going Vote is Complied with

619 Voted that John Hall make aplecation to the Propitors of Chester to have The Benefite of the Land Reserved for Roads Belonging to Chester within the Bounds of Derryfield in order to acomedate the Settlers

gly Voted that the High way work be done acording to the law now in forse in this Provence

gly & lastly Voted that the Constable have nothing or no pay for Colecting the Reats &c Recorded pr

Alex? MacMurphy Town Clark

Provence of New Hampshire To Benjmen Hadly Constable for the Town of Derryfield in the Provence of New Hampshire Greeting

(Seal) You are Hereby Required In his Majesteyes Neame to warn all the free Holders & other inhabetants of the town of Derryfield that they mectt at the Born of Robert Anderson in Said Derryfield upon Thursday the 5 Day of September at ten of the Clock in the forenoon then & there when meet to acct on ye following Pertiqulars

115 To Chose A modrator to Regulat said meeting

214 to see if the town will Vote that there Meeting House for Publick Woship be Bult Some where by the side of the Highway that Leedes from Londonderry to amosCheeg falls some place Betwixt Willm Mac Clintocks & James Umphreys Both of Derryfield

31y To See what Spott they will pick upon to Sett there Said meeting House upon Be twixt ye fore mentoned Willm Mac Clintocks & James Umphreys upon the fore Mensond Road

4" to see what Method the Town will take to Buld said meeting House and How Soon they will proceed to the Bulding of said IIouse

566 to See where the Town will Vote that ye Publick Worship will be holden Till ye money all Reedey Voted be Expendid or till ye town see Cause to alltor said please

615 to See what method the Town will take about the Cattle that is Brought in on farley to this town to Distroy the food from our own Cattle

rls To heare the town acoumpts Reed & to aproue or Disaprove of them

And this Sall be uoyr Sufficent warent Given under our hands & Seel Deated at Derryfield this 20th Day of Agust 1754

Willm Mac Clintock
Alex' MacMurphy
John Hall

Seelect Men

Province of New Hampshir Derryfield September yo 5th 1754

Acording to the within Presept I have warned all the free holders & other Inhabitants acording to yo Vote of yo town of time & pleace of meeting

pr Benjemen X Hadley Constable

his

mark

Recorded pr me

Alex MacMurphy Town Clark

At a Meeting of the freeHolders & Inhabettants of the Town of Derryfield Holden September yo 5th 1754 agrable to the fore Going Warant meet at the Barn of Robert Anderson in said Derryfield

11 Voted Willm MacClintock moderator for said meeting

21 Voted that ye meeting House for publick worship in Derryfield be Bult upon the Publick Road as is mentoned in yo Second Artickl of y® warant

zly Voted that ye meeting House for publick worship in Derryfield be Bult upon the East Side of Said Road on the nowl Betwixt John Hall & Robert Andersons on John Halls Land . 418 Voted that there be a Comett of three men Chosen to See that Said meeting House be Bult To Witt Abrham Merell & Robert Anderson & Willm Mac Clintock Allso, Voted that Said meeting House be Bult Forty Five feet in Length & Thiety Five feet wide, the Hight of Posts to be left to y® Discration of Said Comity, Likwis Voted that there be Five Hundred Pounds old tenor be Reased or Taxed upon yo said free Holders & Inhabetants of Derryfield, & to be

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