at Dementions to build and where to set the same.
No action was taken on this matter that was deemed worthy of record.
On Oct. 5, 1730, it was voted to build a Scoole House, also there shall be a Committee of five men chosen to Consider of the Place where and of what demention it may be proper for to Build sd House and what the cost may be.
The committee chosen consisted of John Willis, John Whitmore, William Patten, Jonathan Tompson, William Willis, who reported at the adjourned meeting Oct. 19, that it would be Proper for the Town to Build their Scoole House, Twenty-four foot long, and twenty foot wide and ten foot stud & the Place they were of opinion to Build on was the Town land by the Meeting House Joyning near Ebenezer Brooks Junr.
land, the Norwest Corner of said House to be at a stake and a stone which they have Prefixed.
This report was accepted, but when it was Put to vote whether the town will raise Eighty Pounds money . . . for to Build a Scoole House and to Defray