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of delegates from the several towns in the county meet at Plymouth in Court Week (Wednesday, December 7, at 6 P. M.), to disor males, and the other for females, situated, the one in Plymouth and the other in Middleboro, would soon have a direct infhe State. The large meeting-house of the First Parish in Plymouth was filled, and I opened the whole matter as clearly and ffer of this humble and pious man Hon. Wm. T. Davis of Plymouth has kindly furnished some facts about this enthusiastic coadjutor of Brooks. Ichabod Morton, born in Plymouth, was a descendant of George Morton, the father of Nathaniel, the firstors, but at the institution of the temperance movement in Plymouth, he advertised September 8, 1827, on behalf of his firm Tember and built a house there. His business interests at Plymouth naturally suffered by this, but he returned to them with eforehand, so there was a unanimity in the demands. This Plymouth convention was followed in quick succession during Decemb