[p. 85] of the same, in testimony whereof we severally subjoin our signatures. No gentleman to be admitted under Twenty-one years of age.
Genl John Brooks Honl Timothy Bigelow Josiah Bradlee Sam Buel Ebenr Hall. Hon P. C. Brooks. Edmt. Dunkin N. B. Dunkin Sam. Gray John Brooks Isaac Brook James Brooks Jno. Le Bozquet James Gilchrist Jona. Warner. Jona. Porter. John Hosmer Dudley Hall Josh. Manning Saml Swan Jr. B. L. Swan Joseph Swan Samuel Weed Nath'l Hall Jno. Bishop Jno. Bishop Jr. Thos. Brooks Epm. Hall Abner Bartlett.
Rules for the Assembly.
Nov. 18, 1808, at the Meeting of the Committee of arrangements the following rules were drawn up for the regulations of the Medford Assembly. 1st.—No person to be admitted as a subscriber who does not belong to the town. 2nd.—Each subscriber shall be entitled to a ticket for himself and for a number of Ladies not exceeding three —subscribers tickets to be issued for the season. 3d.—Each subscriber shall be entitled to one disposable Gentlemens ticket at each assembly for which he shall be answerable to the managers at four dollars each, and any Gentleman so admitted shall have the privilege of introducing one lady, for whom he shall receive a ticket from the managers on application. 4th.—The managers are authorized at their discretion to present Honorary tickets to public characters. 5th.—No gentleman to be introduced under twenty-one years of age.