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Jasper Bush and Jean his wife for eight years from March 16th, 1718.

Usual form including "shall find and provide into the said Apprentice sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparel, Lodging and washing fitting for an Apprentice and at the last year the said Master or Mistriss shall teach or cause to be taught the Art of a Woolen Semstriss and is to give her One New Suite of Apparell throughout .."

Signed March 16th, 1718 by Cathrine Presher, Mary Presher. In the presence of Antho. Ham, Petrus Kip.

Acknowledged March 16th, 1718/9 before John Cruger, Alderman and Justice of the Peace.

Registred for Mr. William Dugdale and Mr. John Searle the 29th day of June Ahno Dom 1719.

THE INDENTURE wittnesseth that the within mentioned Peter Colvell for and in consideration of the sum of twenty pounds of lawfull Money of the Province of New York to him in hand paid by William Dugdale and John Searle of the City of New York Reapers the Receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge by and with the Consent and good liking of John Gallaway the apprentice within named hath assigned and sett Over and by these Presents doth assign and sett over unto the said William Dugdale and John Searle and the survivor of them all and Every the Term of years Service and Term of Apprenticeship of the said John Gallaway now to come and unexpired of the said Term of Eleven years and three Months for which he hath bound himself apprentice unto the said Peter Colvell as within Mentioned. And also and every the Right Title and Interest of him the said Peter Colvell and Right of service which he now hath or Ought to have or Can or may Claim or demand to have by Vertue of the within Indenture of Apprenticeship or Otherwise however of in or to the said John Gallaway the Apprentice within Named or in or to his service during all the time now to come of the said Eleven years and three Months and also all his Superiority Power and Government of and Over the said John Gallaway the Apprentice within mentioned AND the said John Gallaway the Apprentice within Mentioned doth hereby Covenant Grant and Agree and is well Contented and doth Give his full Consent to serve out all the Rest of his said Term of Apprenticeship of Eleven years and three Months with the said William Dugdale and John Searle and the Survivor of them According to the Purport of these Presents, and doth hereby Covenant, Grant and Agree and binds himself to the said William Dugdale and John Searle and the Survivor of them to serve and Obey the said William Dugdale and John Searle and the Survivor of them as an apprentice and to do and perform all Other things whatsoever during the New Residue of the said Term of Eleven years and three Months towards the said William Dugdale and John Searle and the Survivor of them which he by the within Indenture hath Covenanted to perform towards the said Peter Colvell. AND the said Peter Colvell doth hereby Covenant, promise and Grant not to do, permitt or suffer any Act Matter or thing whereby to prejudice or hinder the said William Dugdale and John Searle or the Survivor of them or to do, permitt or suffer any Act, Matter or thing whereby to prejudice or hinder the said John Gallaway in or from the said performance of his said service to the said William Dugdale and John Searle or Either of them or the Survivor of them or the said William Dugdale and John Searle or the Survivor of them in or from the Enjoyment of the same During the said Remainder to Come of the said Eleven years and three Months or any part thereof, AND the said William Dugdale and John Searle or the Survivor of them do hereby Covenant, Promise and Grant to teach and Instruct or Cause to be taught and Instructed the said John Gallaway the Apprentice the Art or Mystery of A Reaper which they now use after the best Manner that they now know or hereafter shall know during the Residue of the said Term of Eleven years and three Months yett to Come and unexpired and also shall find and Provide unto the said John Gallaway the Apprentice sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparel, Lodging and washing, Learning to Read write and Cypher and all Other Necessaries whatsoever fitt for such an Apprentice According to the form and Covenants of the within Indenture.

In WITTNESS whereof to one part of these Indentures Remaining with the said William Dugdale and John Searle the said Peter Colvell and John Gallaway the apprentice have sett their hands and seals and to the Other part of these Presents Remaining with the said John Gallaway the said William Dugdale and John Searle have sett their hands and seals the twenty Ninth day of June Anno Dom 1719 Annoq Reg Regis Georgii Mag Brittaniee &ç quinto. Peter Colvell [seal] John [mark] Gallaway (seal] sealed and delivered In the Presence of Wm. Huddleston, Henry Brugman. New York, the 29th June 1719 Acknowledged before me Phillip Cortlandt.

MEMORANDUM the Original Indenture of Apprenticeship whereon this assignment is Endorsed is Registered in this Office of Town Clerk lib 27 page 184 the 13th day of March 1715.

Registred for Mr. Alexander Mills, Perriwigmaker, the 29th of June Anno Dom 1719

Indenture of James Smith formerly an apprentice to Nehemiah Partridge, Limner, with his consent to Alexander Mills, Wigmaker, for seven years from January 16th, 1717.

Usual form including "find and provide unto the said Apprentice sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparel, Lodging and washing fitting for an Apprentice and at the Expiration of the said Term shall give to said Apprentice One New Suit of Apparell according to the Custom of said Citty of New York, also the sum of ten pounds Currt Money of the Colony of New York."

Signed January 16th, 1717 by James Smith.

In the presence of Nehemiah Partridge, William Jackson, Will Bradford.

Acknowledged January 22nd, 1717 before John Johnston, Mayor.

Registred for Mr. Charles LeRoux the 23rd day of July Anno Dom 1719.

Indenture of Jacob TenEyck, aged about fifteen years, son of Coenraat TenEyck to Charles LeRoux, Goldsmith, for seven years from July 15th, 1719.

Usual form including “find and provide unto the said Apprentice sufficient Meat, Drink, and Washing in winter time fitting for an Apprentice, and his said father to find him Apparell Lodging and washing in Summer time and his said Master to suffer his said Apprentice to go to the winter Evening School at the Charge of his father .....”

Signed July 15th, 1719 by Jacob TenEick, Koenraet TenEyck. In the presence of Rip Van Dam, Junr, Abrah. Gouverneur.

Acknowledged July 15th, 1719 before John Cruger, Alderman and Justice of the Peace.

Registerd for Mr. William Weblin, Butcher, the 8th day of August Anno Dom 1719

Indenture of Richard Williams, son of Robert Williams, Marriner, Deceased, and Jamime Haley his Mother, to William Weblin, Butcher, for seven years from August ist, 1719.

Usual form including “find and provide unto the said Apprentice sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparell, Lodging and Washing fitting for an Apprentice, and shall Cause his said Apprentice at his the said Masters cost and Charge to be Taught to write and Cypher and at the End or Expiration of the Said Term of Seven Years Shall give unto his Said Apprentice One Entire New Suit of Wareing Apparell from head to foot for inside and outside uses. And lastly that at the End of the Said Term of Seven Years he the Said William Weblin his Executors. Administrators or Assigns Shall and will pay unto the said Richard Williams or his Assigns the Sum of Tenn pounds Currt Money of the Province of New York ...

Signed August ist, 1719 by Richard Williams.
In the presence of Sarah Gara, Teleman Cruger.

Acknowledged August 6th, 1719, before John Cruger, Alderman and Justice of the Peace.

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Registerd for Mr. John Kinder the 8th day of August Anno Dom 1719.

Indenture of John Brasier, Son of Abraham Brasier, deceased and with the consent of his Mother Elizabeth Brasier to John Kinder, Joyner, for seven years from August 6th, 1719.

Usual form including "find and provide unto the said Apprentice Sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparell, Lodging and Washing fitting for a Apprentice and shall Teach or Cause his Said Apprentice to be Taught to write & Cypher at the usual times in the winter season and at the End of the Said Term shall give unto his said Apprentice One New hatt, four New Neckcloths, Two Speckled Handkerchiefs, Six New Shirts, A New Coat, Wastcoat, and Breeches four pair of Stockings, two pair of shoes all New. Signed August 6th, 1719 by John Brasier. In the presence of Larans Garaner, Edward Pennant.

Acknowledged August 6th, 1719 before Phillip Cortlandt, Alderman and Justice of the Peace.

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Registerd for Andrew Hay, Barber and Wigmaker the 15th day of August, Anno Dom 1719.

Indenture of William Crannellson of Robert Crannell to Andrew Hay, Barber and Wigmaker for seven years from August Ist, 1717.

Usual form including "find and provide unto the said Apprentice sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparell, Lodging and Washing fitting for an Apprentice and shall at his own Charge put his said Apprentice to School to Learn Writing and Cyphering at the usuall winter Seasons for and Dureing the Term of three winters at the usuall times, and at the End of the said Term of seven Years, shall give unto him two Suits of wareing Apparell consisting of Coats, Wastcoats & breeches, four New Shirts, four Neckcloths, a New Hatt Two pair of Stockings and two pair of Shoes ..."

Signed August ist, 1718 by William Crannell.
In the presence of James Johnston, Edward Pennant.

Acknowledged January 19th, 1718/9 before Phillip Cortlandt, Justice of the Peace.

Registerd for John Johnston, Esqr the 15th day of August Anno Dom 1719.

Indenture of Sam: Norton by Trade a Butcher, to John Johnston, Esqr Mayor of the City of New York for eight years from May 20th 1719.

Usual form, including “find and provide unto the said Apprentice sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparell, Lodging and Washing fitting for an apprentice in his Circumstance ..."

Signed May 20th, 1719 by Sam: Norton.

In the presence of Leonard Lewis, Robt Crannell, Will Bradford.

Acknowledged May 30th, 1719 before Joh: Jansen, Alderman.

Registred for Mr. Henry Bresteds, Hatter the 20th day of August Anno Dom 1719.

Indenture of Peter Moss, son of Joshua Moss of Rawway, deceased and with the consent of his Mother, to Henry Bresteds, Hatter for seven years from March ist, 1718.

Usual form including “find and provide unto the said Apprentice sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparell, Lodging and washing fitting for an Apprentice and his said Master shall give him every winter in each year One Quarters Night Schooling and also at the Expiration of his time shall give him One New Suite of Apparell sufficient for such an Apprentice also three shirts and three Neckcloths .....

Signed March ist, 1718 by Peter Moss, Elizabeth Brookfield. In the presence of James Brenan, Andries Breested.

Acknowledged March 22nd, 1717/8 before Jacobus Kip, Alderman.

Registred for Mr. Simeon Soumaine, the 26th day of August Anno Dom 1719.

Indenture of William Anderson, Junr with the consent of his

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