Some account of the Worcester Association of Mutual Aid in Detecting Thieves. Instituted November 16, 1795. Compiled from records by the Clerk. Worcester, Massachusetts, 1929. On the second of November, 1795, a meeting of a number of inhabitants of the town of Worcester [occured] at the house of Captain Daniel Heywood, in order to form an association to detect thieves for stealing horses, etc.
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