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Chapter XXIV

REPRESENTATIVES AND DELEGATES TO THE GENERAL COURT,
ETC., FROM 1739 TO 1878.--VOTES FOR STATE PRESIDENT FROM
1784 TO 1792.--VOTES FOR GOVERNOR FROM 1792 TO 1878.

DELEGATES.

1739, Abraham Taylor and Peter Powers, delegates of the settlers
    in West Dunstable to the Massachusetts General Court upon
    their petition for a Charter.
1744, James Stewart, delegate of the inhabitants of West Dunstable
    to the New Hampshire General Court, to present their petition
    for Garrisons and Soldiers for protection against the
    Indians.
1746, Stephen Ames, delegate of the settlers in the west part of
    Hollis to the New Hampshire General Court, upon their
    petition for a committee to locate the new Meeting House.
1747, Samuel Cumings, delegate of the town to the New Hampshire
    General Court, upon its petition for an act for taxing
    the land of non-residents for the support of the ministry,
    and also upon the petition of the town for scouts for protection
    against the Indians.

REPRESENTATIVES TO THE GENERAL COURT BEFORE THE REVOLUTION.

1762 to 1768, Dr. John Hale, Representative to the New Hampshire
    General Court, six years, from 1762 to 1768.
1768 to 1774, Col. Samuel Hobart, Representative to the New
    Hampshire General Court, six years, from 1768 to 1774.

REPRESENTATIVES AND DELEGATES TO THE GENERAL COURT,
CONVENTIONS, ETC., DURING THE WAR OF THE REVOLUTION.

1774, Stephen Ames, Reuben Dow and Stephen Jewett, delegates
    to the First County Congress, at Amherst, Nov. 8, 1774.
1775, Stephen Jewett and Enoch Noyes, delegates to the Second
    County Congress, held April 5, 1775.
  William Nevins, Jeremiah Ames and Samuel Farley, delegates
    to the Third County Congress at Amherst, held May
    24, 1775.
  Col. John Hale, delegate to the Provincial Convention at
    Exeter, January 25, 1775, to consult in respect to a Continental
    Congress.
  Col. John Hale, Representative to the General Court at
    Portsmouth, February 23, 1775.
  Col. Samuel Hobart, delegate to the Provincial Congress at
    Exeter, April, 1775.
  Col. John Hale and Deacon Enoch Noyes, chosen delegates
    to the Provincial Congress to meet at Exeter, May 13,
    1775. Col. Hale not being able to attend, Col. Hobart was
    elected in his place May 21.
1775, November 12, Stephen Ames chosen Representative to the
    General Court for one year.
1776, November 26, Stephen Ames again chosen Representative to
    the General Court for one year.
1777, November 25, Stephen Ames chosen Representative a third
    time to the General Court, for one year.
1778, December 12, Capt. Reuben Dow chosen Representative to
    the General Court.
  April 6, Capt. Noah Worcester and Dea. Enoch Noyes
    chosen delegates to the convention at Concord to form a
    "new plan" of government.
1779, Col. John Hale, August 12, chosen delegate to the convention
    held at Concord, September 23, 1779, to "state prices."
  December 2, Col. John Hale chosen Representative to the
    General Court.
1780, November 23, Col. Hale again chosen Representative to the
    General Court.
1781, November 21, Capt. Daniel Emerson chosen Representative
    to the General Court.
1782, October 28, Richard Cutts Shannon chosen Representative to
    the General Court.
1791, August 28, Capt. Daniel Emerson chosen delegate to the New
    Hampshire Constitutional Convention.

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