I was the former third selectman from Greenwich, Conn.—not ideally suited to lead the charge in the Democratic Party.
Relections are frequent; one selectman in Brookline, Massachusetts, served nearly forty years.
I never could quite understand why the folks at Wellmouth made me selectman.
If you don't, me and the selectman will have you sued for slander.
It's there you may see the selectman your serving-maid inquired for.
He sat staring above it at the iron visage of the first selectman, who finally grew restive under this espionage.
"Mebbe I could git the money for you—ye can borry it of me," suggested the selectman.
He was by trade a sugar-baker (confectioner), and from 1752 to 1755 was a selectman of Charlestown.
It was the home of Jared Sparks Grant, the first selectman of the town.
The selectman, himself, seemed to get into line during that winter.