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So fare as thy heave proceded & ye Secletmen In ye year 1760 Shall Be Equeall bound to peay the mony Borad as the present Seeltmen and Shall have foll power In Law to Cocelect ye gd mony from ye freehoulders & In habitantes of gd town

Voted to ajourn this meeting Levt John Hall Houess meet a Cording to ajournement the modrator & Clark both present

Voted to Reconsider yo vote Seeletmen Borowin y money Ligwies voted on the Secound articall In the Warrant that Capt William Pirham Leve Hugh Stirlen Lev John Hall are Impouered by the Said freehoulders & In habitents of the town of Derryfield to Borow the Sum of four Hundered & twount three poundes Six Shillens old tenor & to peay Intriste Souch as they can hayer the above money for & all ther time & Expinces paied by Said town as Weill as the above Soum of fore Hundered & twont* three Pounds Six Shillens old tenor

NB till Such time as the above Sum is payd to them By the afore Said frree houlders & inhabitantes of sd town

Voted on the third articall to a Perfixt places In Said town for a Buren yard

Voted on that the Burring yard In Derryfield Shall Be In that Places of Ground that Levi John Hall Give a Deed of to the town In the moust Sutibal Peart of it not Improvien

Voted one the forth articall that Capt William Pirham Cape Alix mo murphey Sergent William mo Clintock Sergent Abrham Mirall Levt Hugh Stirallen be a Comitey to Devied the High Wayes In Said town Recorded febr 29 1760

John Hall Town Clark

Province of Newhampshier To Thomas Russ Cunstabel for the town of Derry field Greeting

You are hear By Requiered In his majesteyes Name to Warrn all the free Houlders & Inhabitentes of Derryfield that

*Some one, within recent years, has added a “y” to this word.— Ep.

they meet at ther meeting Houes In Said Town upon Wansday 27 of febr Instant at teen of the Clock In the fornoon then and ther to acct one the following Perticquelors (viz)

1 to Chueas a Modrator to reglaut Said meeting

2ly To See if the town Vote to Send a man or men to atend the Secound Day of the Sitting of the Genaral Assembly after the firest Day of march nixt In Order to plied for & mintain the Privilge of a free fishery at Ameseik falls In Merrimack Rivier In Behalf of his Majesteyes Good Subjectes In Genarall But In Perticquelor his majesteyes Good Subjectes In Derryfield woth full power In Law to substute one or more a Tornneyes under him or them & to Prosecut the Same to finiel judgment & Excution

and this Shall be your Suficant warant Givien under ourhands and Seal this 11 Day of feb' 1760

William Mc Clintock
Abraham Merall

men Seelct Recourded this 29 Day of feb' 1760

John Hall Town Clark

Province of Newhampshier Derryfield Feb 27 1760

I Have Given Warrning to the freehoulderes & Inhabitants of Said town of time & Places Meetien aCording to the vot of sd town for Warrnien town meetiens & the articalls ther In aserted

Thoms Russ Counstable

Recorded feb? 29 1760

John Hall Town Clark

At a Meeting of the freehoulders & Inhabitantes of the town of Derry field Hield feb' 27- 1760

Voted William Mo Clintock Modrator

Voted to Send aman to Pourtes Mouth to atind the Secound Day of of the Sitteng of the General assembly after yo fieest Day of march nixt In order to Ansor to Eany thing ye may Be In a Petishon from a Nomber from Lo— Derry and others

that may Have Eany tendenc to Barr or hinder his majestyes Good Subjectes of the Privileg of a free fishiery at amas Skige falls In Mirrimack Revier

Voted that John Hall atind the General assembly In Behalf of Derryfield agreeabel to formor vote Recorded feb' 29— 1760

John Hall Town Clark

Province of Newhampshire To Thomas Russ Counstabal for the town of Derryfield Greeting

You are hearby Required in his majestys Name to warn all the freeholders & inhabitantes of ye town of Derryfield that they meet at ther meetinghoues in ga town upon the firest monday in march Next at teen of yo Clock in the fore Noon then & ther to act one the following Perticqulars (Viz)

1 to Chueas a modrator to regluat Sd meeting
2ly to Chueas all ther town officers for yo present year

3ly to See if the town will Reas Eany mony for prichien & how mouch.

4ly to Sce how much money the town will Raics for to Defraying of the Charges for yo present year

5ly to See if yo town will aprove or diseaprove of the Divisihon of higwayes made by y® Commity Choues for that Eand

6 to to Hear the a Coumptes of the town for the year 1759 Read & to aprove or Dise a prove of the Same

And thies Shall be your Suficant Warant Givien under ouer hands & seal thies 11 Day of febuary 1760

Willim mo Clintock
Abrham merall


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Recorded march 21- 1761

pr me John Hall town Clark

At a meeting of the free Houlders and inhabitantes of Derryfield hild March 3— 1760— agribeal to ye for Gowen warnien meet at the meetin Houes In ga town

Voted John Hall Town Clark

Voted William mo Clintock Modrator

Voted William mo Clintock Hugh Stirelen Abrham Mirall Seelet Men

Voted James Piterrs Counstable
Voted to ajourn thies meeting till John Hall houes

Voted James Reddell & alik mo Clintock and James pirces taythen men

Voted the Siclet men Fences Vuees
Voted Hugh Stirelen to tack the Invouces

Voted thomas Russ & John Dicky mickel m° Clinto & William Nute Survuers

Voted Davit Stiret Joseph gorge & William tagert Houg Rives

Voted thomas Russ Sealer of Leathor
Voted Robrt Andrson James Perces Deer Keepers

Voted the Sicelet men to Prayes Damiges In corn fieldes in go town

Voted Abrham mirall Surviero of all Sortes of Lumber

Voted John IIall Davit Stirret to Coumpt woth yo Seelet men

Voted to Reas on hundred poundes old tenor for prechien

this year

Voted not to reas Eany money for town Charges this year

Voted to ajourn this meetien till ye last monday of this Instant at teen of ye Clock of Sd Day in ye meethoues in sa town

March 31= 1760

Meet a Cording to the ajournment ye modrator & Clark both present & the meeting opened

Voted one the fifthe artical of ye Warrant to Dismies it

Voted to allow the folling aCoumptes for the year 1759 to the Province tax 678-0-8 to Borden & Shenglen the meethoues 500-0-0

£1178— 6-8 to prichien Expended In Sq year .

80—14— to ye Secelet men in sd year

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to John Hall for tacken ye Invorce 6 1 macken

ye Retes 6 to Sd Hall for Couinten woth ye Secelet men . to John Hall for Intertieening the minester &

his Hors to John Hall for time & Expinces to Borow

money in Be half of Sd town to Hugh Stirlen 2 gourneys to Lo-Derry. to sd Stirlen for Counten woth ye Seclet men to sa Stirlen from Derry to Chester for naiels a mistack in yo priceas of naiels to Capt William pirham to Lo-Derry to John Hall for providen prechien

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To forty pounds Elliven shillens by abatments & a not of Sixtytow pound In full of ther List Recorded March 20= 1761

John Hall town Clark

Province of Newhampshier To James Pitters Counstable for the town of Derryfield Grectien

In hics Majesteyes Name you are Required to warrn all the free houlders & Inhabitentes of the town of Derryfield that meet at the Meetieng Houese in gd town upon monday yo 11 Day of August Nixt at one of ye Clock in ye afternoon then & ther to act on ye folling porticklores—(Viz)

1 to Chucas a Modrator to Reglate sa meetien

2ly to See what method the town will tacke to under pien ye meetinghoues & to put a Door or Doors on the Same

3ly to See whother the town will think proper to Hiar Eany mor prichien then the hundred pouindes all Redey voted will

4ly to IIearer Levt John Hall a Coumptes Read for hias Govien to portesmouth in order to Mienteen a free fishiery & to a prove or Diesaprove of the Same

And thies Shall be your Sufficente warrent Given under

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