||due from the town to the said Committee,
that the Selectmen order the Treasurer to pay the same as soon as may be;
and if there shall be no money in the Treasury, he the said Treasurer to
borrow a sufficient sum to pay the same on the credit of the town.
Voted, That Joseph North Esq., Town
Agent, be directed immediately to call upon Asa Emerson for a complete settlement
of all accounts with the town.
||Adjourned without day,
Daniel Cony Moderator.
Attest Eph. m. Ballard, Town Clerk.
Hallowell, Decr.18. 1788.
The inhabitants of the town of Hallowell,
qualified to vote for a Representative to the General Court of the Commonwealth
of Massachusetts, being duly notified and warned, assembled at the Meetinghouse
in said town for the purpose of giving in their votes for a Representative
in the Congress of the United States, and the votes being sorted and counted
and declared by the Selectmen in open town meeting were as follows, viz.
For George Thatcher Esquire, seventy four.
For Daniel Cony Esquire, sixteen.
And the votes given in for two persons as
candidates for an Elector of the President & Vice President of the
United States, being sorted, counted and declared as aforesaid by the
Selectmen were as follows, viz.
For Daniel Cony Esquire, forty eight.
For Josiah Thatcher Esq. twenty one.
For General Lithgow, twenty six.
For Stephen Longfellow, two
For James Carr, one.
Ballard, Town Clerk.
The freeholders and
other inhabitants of the town of Hallowell, qualified to vote in town
affairs, are in the name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, required
to assemble at the Meeting house in said town, on Thursday, the 30th day
of January instant, at ten o' clock in the forenoon, for the following
- To choose a Moderator for said meeting.
- To see if the town will accept of the doings
of the Auditors