||The Select Men of the Town of Hallowell
|| To Mr.
Benjamin Brown Constable of said Town Greeting.
In the Name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts,
you are hereby required fourthwith to notify and warn all the in-habitants
of this Town quallified according to the Constitution of the Commonwealth,
to Vote for a Representative; to meet at the Meeting-house in Hallowell
on Monday the first day of May Next, at one o'Clock after-noon, then and
there to Choose a man to represent this Town, the year ensuing in the general
Court, appointed to be held and Convened for the government's service at
the State-house in Boston, on the Last Wednesday of May next.
Also you are alike required to Notify an warn
the freeholders and other inhabitants of this quallified to Vote in Town
affairs to meet at the Meeting-house on the said first day of May at two
||To Choose a Moderator to regulate said meeting.
||To see if the Town will vote to grant or
raise a sum of Money for the support of a reading & writing school or
schools and Also to see if the Town will Vote that each quarter or such
Divisions as shall be judged most for the general good of the Town. Shall
have its proportion of the money granted.
To see if the Town will vote to grant or raise a sum of money, for the
purpose of procuring a publick Teacher or preacher for the Town.
Hereof fail not and make return of this
warrant with your doings thereon to us (or either of us) at or before
the time for said Meeting.
||Hallowell April 10. 1786.