[Election Broadside Signed] State of New-Hampshire. To the selectmen of [Surry] greeting: Pursuant to an act of this state, passed June 21st, 1792, directing the mode of choosing representatives to the Congress of the United States...
Printed at Exeter [N.H.]: H. Ranlet, . 1 sheet, integral address on verso. 8.5 x 13.5 inches. Very good, one marginal tear at seal and a few along the mail folds, light soiling and ink bleed through on verso. Bristol B9624. Shipton & Mooney 47846. ESTCW6091. Item #44413
The title continues: "You are hereby required to notify and warn a meeting of the inhabitants ... to assemble ... on the first Monday of November next, for the purpose of voting, by ballot, for one of the following persons, viz. Jonathan Freeman, Esquire, or Peleg Sprague, Esquire ... Given at the Council-chamber in Exeter, this 24th day of September ... one thousand seven hundred and ninety-six."
Completed in manuscript, signed in print by Governor Jonathan Taylor Gilman, and in ink by Joseph Pearson, Secretary, and addressed on verso. Not at American Antiquarian Society. OCLC locates no copies. ESTC locates one physical copy at the Univ. of New Hampshire (the second listing is incorrect. NYPL only has a photocopy), Library of Congress has a 1794 Act, but not signed in ink.