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and Linen and to Maintaine him in reading writing and Arithmetick”

Signed September 9th, 1718 by Francis Warne.
In the presence of Samuel Shahan, Theophilus Pells.

Acknowledged February 24th, 1718 before Phillip Cortlandt, Justice of the Peace.

Registerd for Jacobus Quick, Cordwinder, the Sixth day of October, Anno Dom 1718.

Indenture of John Davis with the consent of his Mother to Jacobus Quick, Cordwinder, for seven years from September ist, 1718.

Usual form including “And shall also find and provide unto the said Apprentice sufficient Meat, Drink, apparell, Lodging and Washing fitting for an Apprentice, and at the Expiration of Said Term the Said Master shall give unto the said Apprentice A New Suit of Clothes of Cloth, Druget and Six New Shirts and four New Cravatts Shoes and Stockings and hatt all to be new besides his Other wareing Clothes and the said Master shall give to the Said Apprentice three Months Schooling Every Year after Christmas to learn to Read and Write att Night Schooling at the Charge of the said Master” ....

Signed September 22nd, 1718 by John Davis.
In the presence of And: Maerschalck, Johannis Roome.

Acknowledged September 23rd, 1718 before Jacobus Kip, Alderman.

oes and storage and Six Ne Apprentice A Neid

Registerd for William Gilbert, Baker, the sixth day of October 1718.

Indenture of Johannes Fine to William Gilbert, Baker, for Seven years from October 15th, 1718.

Usual form including "Shall find and provide unto the said Apprentice Sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparell, Lodging and Washing fitting for an Apprentice, and at the Expiration of his Term the said Master shall give unto the Apprentice one Suite of New Clothing from head to toe and four new Shirts, four New Neckcloths and all the Other apparell then belonging to the Apprentice And the Apprentice is to go in the Evening School all the Winter dureing his Term at the Charge of his Master ....."

Sigr.ed October 3rd, 1718 by John Fine.
In the presence of J. VanZand, Peter Stoutenburgh.
Ac.nowledged October 3rd, 1718 before Jacobus Kip.

DeIndentur conn Harperdings all find and provodging and give the

Registred for Mr. John Harperding, Shoemaker, ye 12th of December, Anno Dom 1718.

Indenture of David Noble, son of Tho. Noble & Catharyna Noble to John Harperding, Shoemaker, for Seven years from November 5th, 1718.

Usual form including "Shall find and provide unto the said Apprentice Sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparell, Lodging and Washing fitting for an Apprentice, and the said Master Shall give the apprentice when his time of Service is Expired, Six Shirts, four Neckcloths a Good Beaver hatt, two pair of Shoes, One Coat, Wast Coat & pair of Breeches as usuall, And the Said Master must give the Apprentice Every Year three Months Schooling & Stockings & his Wearing Clothes ....."

Signed November 19th, 1718 by David Noble, Jan IIarbardink. In the presence of John Cassell, Charles Barre.

Acknowledged November 28th, 1718 before Jacobus Kip, Alderman.

all find andrell, Lodging hall give ide

Registred for Mr. Johannes Harperdinck, Shoomaker, the twelvth day of December Anno Dom 1718.

Indenture of Marten Crankheyt, son of Sophia Palding, to Johannes Harperdinck, Shoomaker, for seven years from November 13th, 1718.

Usual form including “Shall find and provide unto the said Apprentice Sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparell, Lodging and Washing fitting for an Apprentice, And the Said Master Shall give the said Apprentice a good Suit of Clothes when his time of Servitude is Compleat & Ended” . ...

Signed November 13th, 1718 by Marten Crankheyt, Johannes Harberdinck.

In the presence of Jacob Goelet, Junr, Charles Barre.

Acknowledged November 13th, 1718 before John Cruger, Alderman.

Registred for Theophilus Elsworth, the second day of January Anno Dom 1718.

Indenture of Elizabeth Jones with the consent of her father in law to Theophilus Elsworth, Shipwright, for Eleven years from December 27th, 1718.

Usual form including “And the said Master during the said Term shall find and provide unto the said Apprentice Sufiicient Meat, Drink, Apparel, Lodging and Washing fitting for an Apprentice"

Signed December 27th, 1718 by Elizabeth Jones.
In the presence of Joh: Jansen, Catharina Johnson.

Acknowledged December 27th, 1718 before Joh: Jansen, Justice of the Peace.

Registred for James Gautier, the gth day of January, Anno Dom 1718.

Indenture of James Davy son of Joshua Davy, Shipwright, to James Gautier, Joyner, for seven years from December 7th, 1718.

Usual form including “the said Apprentice to be taught the Art or Mystery of a Joyner and shall also find and provide unto the said Apprentice Sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparell, Lodging and Washing fitting for an Apprentice excepting two Years and a half from the day of the Date hereof dureing which Term of Two Years & a half his said father engage to provide him Cloaths and said Master shall put Said Apprentice to the Night School three Months in Every year dureing Said Term, his father to pay one halfe of Said Schooling and his Master the other halfe and at the Expiration of Said Term shall give to said Apprentice One New Suit of Apparell (both Linnen & Woolen) besides his Common Wearing Cloaths ....”

Signed December 7th, 1718 by James Davy, Joshua Davy.
In the presence of Andrew Forrester, Will Bradford.

Acknowledged December 7th, 1718 before John Johnston, Mayor.

Registerd for Edward Burling the 9th day of January Anno Dom 1718.

Indenture of Mary Mariot, aged about eleven years, with the consent of her Mother to Edward Burling, Joyner, for seven years from December ist, 1718.

Usual form including "and the said Master dureing the Said Term Shall find and provide unto the Said Apprentice sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparell, Lodging and Washing fitting for an Apprentice, and at the Expiration of the Said Term Shall give unto her a New Suit of Apparrell both Woolen and Linen, besides her Common Wearing Apparell, and a New Cubboard worth three pounds and a Chest worth fifteen Shillings and also three pounds in Money .....”

Signed January 8th, 1718 by Mary Mariot.
In the presence of Simon Breeste, John Tillou.

Acknowledged January 5th, 1719 before John Cruger, Alderman.

Registerd for James You the roth day of February, Anno Dom 1718.

Indenture of John Noble son of Thomas Noble to James You Barber, for seven years from October 14th, 1718.

Usual form including “and shall also find and provide unto the Said Apprentice sufficient Meat, Drink, Appareell, Lodging & Washing fitting for an Apprentice. ."

Signed October 14th, 1718 by John Noble.
In the presence of Barne Bount, Elias Pelletreau.

Acknowledged October 14th, 1718 before John Cruger, Alderman and Justice of the Peace.

Registerd for Cornelius Thienoven the 6th day of March Anno Dom 1718.

Indenture of James York with the consent of his Father & Mother to Cornelius Thienoven, Cordwainer & Tanner, for nine years from December 4th, 1717.

Usual form including “and shall also find and provide unto the Said Apprentice sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparel, Lodging and Washing fitting for and Apprentice And dureing the Said Term the Said Master Shall put the Said Apprentice to the Night School one Quarter in Each Year of his Apprentis, and at the end of the Said Term give him one New Suit of Apparell ..."

Signed December 5th, 1717 by James York.
In the presence of Johannis Degraf, Joseph Waldron.

Acknowledged December 3rd, 1717 before Jacobus Kip, Alderman.

Registerd for Cornelius Bridgeman the 9th day of March, Anno Dom 1718.

Indenture of Andrew Norwood Son of Cornelia Norwood, Widdow to Cornelius Bridgeman, Barber and Wigmaker for seven years from March 28th, 1718.

Usual form including “and shall also find and provide unto the Said Apprentice Sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparell, Lodging, and Washing fitting for an Apprentice, and at the End of the Said Term he the said Master Shall give unto the Said Apprentice One New Suit of Wareing Apparell Consisting of a Coat, Wastcoat and Breeches, a New hatt, Two New Neckclothes, Six New Shirts, One New pair of stockings and one New pair of shoes,

also a Block a vrie and two New Razors and winters schooling dureing Said Time ..."

Signed March 28th, 1718 by Andrew Norwood
In the presence of Richard Norwood, Edward Pennant.

Acknowledged March 28th, 1718 before John Cruger, Justice of the Peace

Registerd for Mr. Gerardus Stuyvezandt the 23rd of April Anno Dom 1719.

Indenture of Peter Jacobson a free Negro to Gerardus Stuyvezandt, Gent, for six and a half years from May 5th, 1718.

Usual form including "finding unto his said Apprentice Meat, Drink, Washing, Lodging and Apparrell befitting Such an Apprentice Dureing the Said Term and at the Expiration of the Said Term Shall Deliver & pay or cause to be delivered and paid to the Said Apprentice One New Suite of Cloaths and Six Shirts and a young Mare of three Years old and two Ewes of six or eight months Old ...."

Signed May 5th, 1718 by Peter Jacobson, Jacob Solomons.
In the presence of Hendrick Koerdus, E. Blagge.

Acknowledged May 6th, 1718 before Isaac De Riemer, Alderman and Justice of the Peace.

Registerd for George Aston the 23rd of April Anno Dom 1719.

Indenture of John Chasy, late of the Parish of Butleidge in the County of Someset in Great Brittain to George Aston, Tanner & Currier, for seven years from June ist, 1718.

Usual form including “and shall also find and provide unto the said Apprentice sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparell, Lodging and Washing fitting for an Apprentice, and at the end of the Said an Apprentice to allow his Said Apprentice a good New Sute of Apparrell.”

Signed June 1st, 1718 by John Chasy.

In the prsence of John Smith, William Jackson, Christo Hopkins.

Acknowledged June Ist, 1718 before John Cruger, Alderman.

Registred for Mr. Jasper Bush the 7th day of May Anno Dom 1719.

Indenture of Mary Presher with the consent of her Mother to

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