Minutes, 29 November 1843

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November 29, 1843— 4 P. M.
A meeting of the citizens of was called at the Mayors assembly room (where was chosen chairman of the meeting, and clerk.
The object of the meeting was briefly explained by the followed by , which was to petition congress for redress of grevances in relation to Persecution,
Voted that the appoint a committe to get the names of Memorialists in this
The appointed the assessors & Collectors in their several wards,
Voted that the same committe collect meens to purchase paper
go to . , , agreed to furnish committes for all other places
The mayor made some remarks— and his address appeal to the green mountain Boys was read by .
spoke— confessed he was wrong, in one thing <in , that is he left alive & left them alive, & asked forgiveness— & promised never to do so again>
Voted offered to deliver the presdents appeal to the green Mountain Boys to all the large towns in , if he could have a copy,— The president offered a copy and it was voted that , shall have this mission granted him, and <voted> in addition that he go to all the towns in ,
The spoke. [p. [1]]
November 29, 1843— 4 P. M.
A meeting of the citizens of was called at the Mayors assembly room (where was chosen chairman of the meeting, and clerk.
The object of the meeting was briefly explained by the followed by , which was to petition congress for redress of grevances in relation to Persecution,
Voted that the appoint a committe to get the names of Memorialists in this
The appointed the assessors & Collectors in their several wards,
Voted that the same committe collect meens to purchase paper
go to . , , agreed to furnish committes for all other places
The mayor made some remarks— and his appeal to the green mountain Boys was read by .
spoke— confessed he was wrong, in one thing in , that is he left alive & left them alive, & asked forgiveness— & promised never to do so again
offered to deliver the presdents appeal to the green Mountain Boys to all the large towns in , if he could have a copy,— The president offered a copy and it was voted that , shall have this mission granted him, and voted in addition that he go to all the towns in ,
The spoke. [p. [1]]
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