[Continued from Vol.
X, No. 2.]
May 7, 1838.
Luther Angier made an Application in Writing to the Board for the purpose of procuring him a license to Sell Spirituous Liquors.—
On Application of Luther Angier as aforesaid— Voted.
Galen James & Timothy Cotting (affirmative) James O. Curtis (negative) That a recommendation be granted to Said Angier as follows—
We the Subscribers a Majority of the Selectmen of the town of Medford, do certify that Luther AngieLuther Angier has applied to us to be recommended as a Vender of Spirituous Liquors for Medicinal purposes & to be used in the Arts and for no other purposes, at his Apothecarierpose we are of opinion that the Public good requires that the petition of said Angier be granted.
He being to the best of our knowledge & belief a person of good Monnholder at the Medford House to sell wine & other fermented Liquors, also Mr Luther Angier (Apothecary) to procure a license to sell Ardent Spirits for Medicinal pur<