Precept, 1824 Dec. 11.


Precept, 1824 Dec. 11.

Precept to the Selectmen of the Town of Rehoboth, Mass., warning them to call a town meeting to vote for a representative to be sent to U.S. Congress, signed, at Boston, by Gov. W. Eustis and Edward D. Bangs, Secy.

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