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Notice to the Inhabitants of Boston


Watertown, November 21, 1775.

In compliance with an order of the honourable the House of Representatives for the Colony of Massachusetts Bay,


passed the 6th of November instant, the freeholders and others who were inhabitants, of the Town of Boston, and were qualified according to law to vote for Representatives in May, 1774, and are now dispersed, are hereby notified and warned to assemble and meet at the Meeting-House in Watertown, on Tuesday, the 28th of said November, three o' clock, P˙M˙, then and there to elect and depute one person, being a freeholder, (if they see cause,) in the room of Dr˙ Benjamin Church, Jun˙, lately expelled said House for endeavouring to carry on a secret and criminal correspondence with the enemy, to serve for and represent the said Town of Boston in the Great and General Court or Assembly of this Colony for the remaining part of this year, at their session or sessions to be held from time to time, until the dissolution thereof.

WILLIAM COOPER, Town Clerk of Boston.