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Agreable to the Vote of the Town for Warning town meetings.
Certified by me
David Starret Constable.
Recorded this gth Day of May 1776
David Starret Town Clerk Hillsboroug ss
Derryfield March the 4th Day 1776. at a meeting of the freehoulders & Inhabitants of Said Town Legely Called and Convened ond Said Day.
Voted Colon John Goffe Moderator of Said Meeting
Voted on the Second Articul in the Warrent George Emerson Poll Tax Left Uppon Susppance in the Constables hands
Voted on Dito to Abate Alexander Irwing the Whole of his Rats for the year 1775. as Likwayes Benjamin Pilsbuary the Whole of his Rats for Said year Which Rats is in David Starret Constable List and Amounts to the Sum of £0=y= 0=0
Voted on the third Dito, the Town Clerk have Six Shillings for his Service as Clerk for the year 1776.
as Likwayes the Select Men for Said year have for there Sarvice Eight Shillings pk Man.
as Likways the Commessioner of asessment have Six Shillings, for his Service in Said year. and the Countors to have one Shilling per Man for there Service in Said year.
Voted on the fourth Dito to alow the Town Accounts as the have ben Rade in the following mannor,
Colouny of New Hampshire and County of Hillsborough
We the Subscrirbers, Being a Commettee Chousen to Sattle the Town of Derryfields accompts with the Select Men and Constable for the year 1775, and upon Examenation we find that the whol List Commited to David Starret Constable by the Select men of Said Derryfield Baring Date the fifth Day of December 1775. Amounts in the Whole to £23=2=6=0.
The affore Said Constable Discharges him Salf of the affore Said, £23=2=60 as followeth (viz). Paid to the province Treasurer as by his Receat
d f the Sum of
14 8 0 0 paid to M' John Harvay for his attandance at
Amhirst at the Count Congrass as by order of the Select men .
0 12 0 0 paid to m' William Mo Clintok for his Ceeping
Elisabeth Marcy one year it being a Vote of the Town
2 2 0 0 paid to M' William nutt it being for abatment of two three year olds over Invoist .
0 0 9 2 paid to M' David M° Night it being for abatment of Land over Invoist.
0 0 6 0 paid to the Select Men (viz) Joseph George
Samuel Stark and David Starret for there Services as Select men in the year 1775, Eight Shillings per man.
1 4 0 0 Brought Down the above Irwing & Pilsbory Rats which was abated .
0 1 0 0 paid to M" William parham Junier it Being for
abatment of a Cow Lost after Invoist . 0 0 6 0 Paid to Lertn John Hall for taking the Invoice in the year 177175
0 6 0 0 Paid to Said Hall for entertaning Minestars
on the Sabeths (viz) M Taggert two Days M Wabstar one Day and M' Cook one Day: the Sum of
OOO paid to Colon John Goffe and En Nathaniel
Boyd it being for Counting with the Selectmen and Constable.
0 4 0 0
We find there Remains in the Constable hand to Balance his List .
£3 10 8 2 Co" John Goffe and Enn Nathaniel Boyd Satled the above accompt
Voted on the fifth Articul, David Starret Town Clerk for the Insuing year
Voted David Starret, Ezekiel Stavens, and John Parham, Select Men for Said year.
Voted three Select Men Suficent for Said year
Meet According to Ajournment the Moderator and Clerk present &
Voted Joseph George Constable for the Insuing year.
Voted Abraham Merrill Junier, Daniel Hall, James Pairce, Leyth Samuel Moor William Parham Junier, and John Reay, Surveyors of High Ways for the Insuing year.
Voted the Select Men be fence Viewers and Prisers of Damages for Said year
Voted Capth Alexander Mcmurphy, and Capt. William Parham Tything Men for the Insuing year.
Voted Ebenezer Stavins, Leytn Samuel Moor, Enn Samuel Boyd, and Ezekil Stavens, Surveyors of Lumber for the In
Voted Robert Clark, Benjamin Baker, and Moses Merrill Hogg Reves for the Insuing year.
Voted John Russ Commissioner of Assessment for the Insuing year.
Voted Ebenezer Stavens, an Leyth Samuel Moor, Deer Capors for Said year
Voted Col John Goffe, and Benjamin Crombie a Commettee to Sattle the Town Accompts With the Select Men and Constable, for Said year
Voted John Griffen Cealer of Wates and Mishures for Said year
Voted to Ajourn this Meeting to the first Monday in April next at one of the Clock in the after noon to Levtn John Halls House
April the 1th Day 1776
Meat According to Ajournment the Moderator and Clerk Present and the meetint Called,
Voted to pay the Revt M' Emerson for Priching one Day in Said town formerly out of the Present Money now. in Bank.
Voted Likways to Pay Mr Taggert for Priching one Day in Said Town Last year out of the Present Dito.
Likways voted to pay M' Wabster for Priching one Day in Said Town Last year out of the Present Dito.
Likwayes voted to Pay M' Cook for Priching one Day in Said Town Last year out of the Present Dito:
Voted to Dismis the Sixth Articul in the Warrent at Present
Voted on the Seventh Articul in the Warrent that the Person Who takes Elisebath Marcey Shall furnish her with the After Mentioned Articuls (viz) One pare of Shows, one Pare of Stockens. one pare of Shifts, one Petticot, one Good Humspon Gound, one Henkerchiefe and two Aprons.
Voted Daniel Hall is to Ceep the above Marcey with Victules Washing and Lodging, Suficant and to furnish her with the Above Articuls in Good Season for her Comfort to the Setesfacttion of the Present Select Men for one year from the Above Date he being the Loest Bider for her, and if the above Mercey be furneshed with the Said articuls in Good Secon then the above hall is to Receive three Pounds twelve Shillings Lawfull money out of the Insuing Assessment.
Voted on the Eight Articul in the Warrent five men for a Committee of Safty for the Insuing Year (viz)
Voted Col. John Goffe, Cap. William Parrham. Cop: Alexander Macmurphy, Ens Samuel Boyd, and Enn Samuel Stark, bee the affore Said Committe.
Voted that the Constable warn the Town meetings for the Insuing year as Youesal.
Voted that the present Select Men pay the one Hallf of the Charges that has alreadey arisen Concerning a fifth act Maid for the Clearing of Great Cohass Brook in Said Town.
Likways Voted Cap: Alexander Macmurphy, Lev: Samuel Moor, and Lev: John Parham a Committee to Inspact and See that Said Brook is Sufacently Cleared So that the Ealwives May not be Incumbred in their Seasons of Runing ind Said Brook accordin to the true Intant of the act.
Recorded this 12th Day of August 1776
David Starret Town Clerk
Province of New Hempshire Hillsborough s s
(Seal) To Joseph George Constable for the Town of Derryfield
Greeting You are hereby Required to warn a meeting of the freehoulders Inhabitants of Said Derryfield that they meet at their Meeting House upon the first Monday of April next at two of the Clock after Noon to Act on the following Articuls.
1-ly to Chouse a Moderator to Regulate Said Meeting
2-ly to See What Method the Tow Will take to Recover the Money Due to Said Town upon the Notes Given by former Constables, and to See if the Town Will Make aney Abatment to the Said Constables Who May Pray for Abeatment.
3-ly to See if the Town will Alow the Men Aney ConSiderration that Want from Said Town to Caimbridge Upon the First Alarm And this Shall Be Your Sufacant Warrant
Given Under Our Hands and Seal at Derryfield Afore Said this 4th Day of March 1776
Select Men Recorded this 12th Day of August 1776
David Starret Town Clerk
Hillsborough s s Derryfield April the 11th Day 1776
this May Certifi that I have Geven warning to the free Houlders Inhabitants of Said Town by posting a Coppy of the warrent
Certifed by me, Joseph George, Constable
David Starret T: Clerk
Hillsborough s s Derryfield April the 1th Day 1776
at a Meeting of the free Houlders Inhabitants of Said Town Legely Called and Convined ond Said Day.
Voted Col: John Goffe Moderator of Said Meeting.
Voted on the Second Articul of the Warrent to Impower the present Select Men to Exeming the Notes Due to Said