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brance, 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 sd 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 remoues 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 afine—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 & Willm Elot be a Comtt to take care that the fore Going Vote is Complied with

614 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

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

gls & 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 meett at the Barn 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

1! To Chose A modrator to Regulat said meeting

213 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 Will" Mac Clintocks & James Umphreys Both of Derryfield

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

415 to See what Method the Town will take to Buld said meeting House and How Soon they will proceed to the Bulding of said House

513 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

61y 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

715 To heare the town acoumpts Reed & to aproue or Dis

aprove of them

And this Sall be uoyr Sufficent warent Given under our hands & Seel Deated at Derryfield this 20th Day of Agust 17754

Willm Mac Clintock
Alex" MacMurphy
John Hall

Seelect Men

Province of New Hampshir Derryfield September ye 5th 1754

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

pr Benjemen X Hadley Constable Recorded pr me

Alex? MacMurphy Town Clark



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

1ly Voted Will" MacClintock moderator for said meeting

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

3ly Voted that y® 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

415 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 ye Discration of Said Comity, Likwis Voted that there be Five Hundred Pounds old tenor be Reased or Taxed upon ye said free Holders & Inhabetants of Derryfield, & to be

Payd to Said Comitty that is to Say Tow Hundred pounds in Curant money & three Hundred Pounds in labour & stuff As said Comity Shall Require it, acording to their respective Preporshion's Likewise Voted that Said Comity proceed to the Bullding of ye fore Said Meeting House by the first of Siptember nixt which will be in the year 1755

5ls Voted that ye Publick worship be Holden at Mo John Halls till the money allredey Voted be Expendid

615 Voted that this articke be Dismised

ryls Voted that the Seventh artickle be ajurned till the first Tusday of Nouembr nixt at Twelve of Clock at ye House of John Hall Inholder in Derryfield

Nouember ye 5th meet acording to ajorment at y® House of John Hall Inholder

Voted upon the Seventh artickle of the warant yt John Hall & Robert Anderson have Eight pounds old tenor for taking the Invoice for the tow years by past

allso Voted that John Hall have Eight Pounds old tenor for three years Serves as town Clark for the town of Derryfield

allso Voted that the acoumpt for the year 1751 is aproved of by the Town

Allso Voted that John Ridell have six Pounds old tenor for his trouble in obtaining Preching for the year 1751 & 1752 & yt Nethenell Boyd have one pound old tenor for ye like Serves

Allso Voted that Willm Mac Clintock have Four pounds fifteen shillings old tenor for Intertaning the minesters

Allso Voted that Alex" macMurphy have tow pounds one shilling & six pence old tenor for his his Expences ye year 1752 on the town's Busness

Also voted yt Alex' macMurphy have Tow pounds old tenor for taking the invoice for the provence Reats & making oth to Said Invoice

Allso Voted that ye Selectmen have four Pounds old tenor for there Expences in making the Reats for the year 1953

Allso Voted that Alex' macMurphy have eighteen pounds three Shillings old tenor for obetaning the Ele wive crib & making a Constable's Staff & taying man's Staff

Allso Voted that Alex' macMurphy have nothing for his Jurney & Expence to Portsmouth to Save the town from the presentment of the Road leding past Amosschige falls & 80 on by Hadleys mills & so on to Leechfield Line

Allso Voted that Alex" macMurphy have nothing for tow jurneys to Portsmout upon the Busness of the forgoing Road

Allso Voted that Willm Perham have nothing for his Jurney & Expences to Portsmouth to prevent the foresaid presentment of Road

Allso Voted that Elezear wells have one pound ten shillings for his Expences on Town Busness &-CRecorded pr

Alex MacMurphy Town Clark

Province of New Hampshire To Benjmen Hadly Constable for the town of Derryfield Greeting

(Seal) Your are herby Required in his Majestyes Name to warn all the free Holders & Inhabetants Quallifyed by law in the town of Derry Field that they meet at M' John Hall's Barrn in Said town upon monday ye twenty Third of this Instant at Twelve of the Clock then & there to acct on ye fowling Pirticqulars viz

lly To Chuse a moderator to Regulat Said meeting

2ly at the Request of a Compent noumber of the Inhabetants of this Town where In they Pray that ye Remaining part of the money not yet Expendid that was Voted for Preeching at the last Anuell meeting may be apleyd to some use so as the Inhabetants may have the Benefit of Said money, & to See if the Inhabetants will Reconsider ye Remaining pairt of Said money by a Vote to be appropreated to the Building of the Meeting House in part of the money allredey Voted for that use

31y To See if the town will Vote that ye Select Men perambelat the Lines of the Town at the Expence of the town

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