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2dly Voted that we will send a man to meet the Conventi that is proposed to be hild at Concord in this State on Wednesday the 22 Day of this Instant September for purposes mentioned in the above writen article

3ly Voted that Levt John perham Be appinted Diligate for Sd Convention

419 Voted that Levt John Little Levt John perham and mr Jonathan Russ Be a Committy to Sittle with Said Constables (viz) parce and Dickey and that Said Committy make return to the Town of there Doings at ther Next meeting

the meeting Desolved

Recorded this 14th Day of September A. D. 1779.

pr me Asael Smith Town Clerk

State of New hampshear Hillsborough S s To James Gorman Constable for the Town of Derryfield Greeting (Seal)

You are hearby Reqiuered in the Name of the Goverment and People of this State that you warn all the freeholders and other Inhabitants of this Town that they meet at the meeting house in Said Town on the Last tuesday of this Instant September at three of the Clock in the after noon then and there to act on the following articles (viz)

1ly to Choose a moderator to Regulate Said meeting

215 to Choose one man to Sarve on the grand Jury at the Next Cort of gineril Sessions of the Peas to be holden at amherst in and for Said County on the Seventh Day of october Next.

and this Shall be your Sufficant warrant for the Same

make proper Return of this warrant and your Doings there on unto my Self at or before Said Day

fail not as you would avoid the penalty of the Law given under my hand and Seal at Darryfield this thirteenth Day of September one thousand Seven hundred and Seventy Nine

Asael Smith Town Clerk

Darryfield Septembr the 28th 1779

this is to Sertify that I have posted the within warrant according to Law

pr me James Gorman Constable September the 28th 1779

persuant to the above warrant the Town being meet and the meeting Calld and Conveand

115 Voted Levt John hall moderator
215 Voted that mr Ezekiel Stephens is grand Juryman
Recorded this 29th Day of September 1779

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Benjamin Baker .
Levt Samuel Boyd
Daniel Blodget
Moses Crumby
Benjamin Crumby
John Dickey
John Dustin
Mark Duty
Charls Emerson
Joseph farmor.
James Emerson
David farmor .
ConJohn Goff.
William gamble
John Griffin Juner .
John Griffin
Theophelus Griffin
Joseph Griffin.
John Goff Jur.
Cesar Griffin
Davis Walton.
Levt John Hall
Daniel Hall

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Jonathan Merrill .
Nathaniel Merrill
Moses Merrill
Capt James Masury .
William mcClintock.
Michael m'Clintock
James monight
James Morrison
William Nutt.
Thomas Numan
Capt William Perham
William Perham Jun"
Levt John Perham .
James Peirce .
Joshua Peirce
William Page
Benjamin Pillsbury.
David Rowel :
John Ray
Jonathan Russ
Ephraim Rollf
Gen' John Stark .
Ens" Samuel Stark .
Levt Ebenezer Stevens .

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State of Newhampshear Hillsborough 8 g

(Seal) To James gorman Constable for the Town of Darryfield Greeting

you are hearby Required in the Name of the goverment and People of this state to Leve and Colect of the Several Parsons named in the List hearwith Committed unto you Eatch one his Respective Proportion there in Set Down

the Sum Total of Sutch Sutch Lists Being as By an act of the General Court of Said State for the vse of the united States of anarica and for the use of the County of hillsborough in Said State and the Remainder for the use of this Town for for the Corrant year and you are to pay or Cause to be paid in to the Treasurey of Said State on or Before the first Day of Janvary next the Sum of one thousand one hundred and Sixty nine Pounds one Shilling and three pence in Currant Continantal money. and you are Requested to pay as great a Part of the afore Said Sum into the Treasurey afore Said as Soon as possible you Can as we are Called upon By the Committye of Said State for for money to Purchas Clothing for the Continential Solders

and you are to Pay or Cause to Be paid into the Treasurey of the County of hillsborough the Sum of fifteen Pounds Eleven Shillings and nine Pence L. m. on or Before the twenty Fifth Day of December next and the Remainder of the first Collum you are to pay to us or our order on or Before the twenty Second Day of february next and the tax on the nonresidents Land you are to Pay to us on our order on or Before the twenty Second Day of february next and if aney

parson or parsons named in these Lists Shall neglect or Refuse to Pay the Sum or Sums they are Respectively assessed you are to observe and follow the Directions of the Law of this State in Levying and Colecting the Same

Given under our hand and Seal at Darryfield this twenty Second Day of october 1779 and in the forth year of of our Independence and By vartue of the above warrant ye are Requered to Colect the Corn that is assessed upon the Several Inhabitants of this Town Being the Second Collumn in the first List and Deliver or Cause to Be Delivered to us or where Ever we Shall order the Same to be Delivered By the first Day of January next*

John Perham
Samuel moor
Jonathan Russ

Select men Recorded this 23 Day of october 1779

pr me Asael Smith Town Clerk April the 10th 1780

the Committy made Report to the Town of there Settlement with John Dickey as Constable for the Town of Darryfield and he appears according to the Report of the Committy to Be Clear of all his Rerigis of the List of Rates Committed to him for the year 1778. the town voted to Except of the Report Recorded April the 10th 1780

pr me Asael Smith Town Clerk

*Great annoyance was given the colonists through the scarcity of a currency with which to carry on affairs. In this dilemma a system of barter became common, and which prevailed for a considerable period. Even the Indian's coin, "wampum,” was at one period legal tender. Three of the shells of a fish called by him poquahock were considered equal to an English penny. A string of these six feet long was valued at five shillings. Later and more frequently the marketable products of the farmer were taken, these being enumerated in the tax list for a part or all of the sum assessed against the individual. If cash was paid, a discount of one fourth to one third was usually made.En.

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