nty 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 the charge of a scoole the inhabitants said, No 1 The same attempt was made, with like result, Feb. 3, 1731, and again March 1, 1731.
On Oct. 5, 1731, a committee of four men was chosen to consider the subject and report.
The same five men were appointed to this committee, and they made the same report with the same result.
But another year of waiting brought the desired result, for on Sept. 25, 1732, it was put to vote whether the Town would now proceed to build a scoole House and that the sd House shall be finished by the Twenty-fifth Day of November next Ensuing, and it was passed.