Constitution of the Norfolk and Bristol Horse Thief Detecting Society to which are added the Names of the Officers and Members. Pawtucket, 1874. This Society was organized and the first meeting was holden at Wrentham on the 18th day of April, 1796. We, the subscribers, inhabitants of the towns of Wrentham, Franklin, Medway, Medfield, Walpole, Fox-borough, Mansfield, Attleborough and Norfolk, have formed ourselves into a Society for the purpose of Detecting Horse Thieves and recovering stolen horses, by the name of the Norfolk and Bristol Horse Thief Detecting Society.
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