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Father, to Simeon Soumaine, Goldsmith, for seven years from February 17th, 1717.

Usual form including "find and provide unto the said Apprentice sufficient Meat, Drink, and Washing fitting for an Apprentice

(apparel, Lodging] being put out before ensealing & delivery.

Signed April 15th, 1718 by Will Anderson, Jr. In the presence of Ebenezer Willson, Richard Willett, Benjamin D'hariette.

Acknowledged August 18th, 1719 before John Cruger, Alderman and Justice of the Peace.

Registerd for Mr. Thomas Kearny the 9th day of September Anno Dom 1719.

Indenture of Henry Holland aged fifteen years or thereabouts with the consent of his parents, to Thomas Kearny, Merchant, for Seven years from September 4th, 1719.

Usual Form including "find and provide unto the said Apprentice sufficient Meat, Drink, Lodging and Washing fitting for an Apprentice."

Signed September 4th, 1719 by Hen. Holland.
In the presence of Henry Holland, Jane Edwards.

Acknowledged September 4th, 1719 before John Johnston, Justice.

Registerd for Nicholas Anthony the 15th day of September Anno Dom 1719.

Indenture of Robert Provoost with the consent of his Father and Mother to Nicholas Anthony, Cordwainer, for seven years and eight months from May 1st, 1719.

Usual form including "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 shall give to Said Apprentice two Suits of Apparell one of them to be a New Suit and to learn the Said Apprentice to read and to write three Months Each winter ...

Signed April 23rd, 1719 by Robert Provoost, Daniel Curtis, Elizabeth Curtis.

In the presence of Arnout Schermerhorne, Peter DeGrove. Acknowledged April 24th, 1719 before Joh: Jansen, Justice.

Registerd for Nicholas Anthony the 15th day of September Anno Dom 1719.

Indenture of John Adams to Nicholas Anthony, Cordwainer, for Seven years, from May 4th, 1719.

Usual Form including "find and provide unto the Said Apprentice sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparell, Lodging and Washing fitting for an Apprentice, And shall give him three Months Night Schooling in Each Year, also at the Expiration of his time Shall give him One Suite of Apparell Sufficient for Such an Apprentice, Six New Shirts & Six Neckcloths ...

Signed June 1st, 1719 by John Adams.
In the presence of S. Johnson, Joh Jansen.
Acknowledged June 16th, 1719 before Joh: Jansen, Justice.

Registred for Harmanis Bensingh the 11th of November 1719.

Indenture of John Tandy with the consent of his Gardian to Harmanis Bensingh, house Carpenter, for seven years from November 12th, 1719.

Usual form including "find and provide unto the Said Apprentice Sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparell, Lodging and Washing fitting for an Apprentice. And after the Expiration of the Said time above Mentioned the Said Master shall find and provide the said Apprentice with One Coat, One Vest one pair of Breeches, two pair of Stockings, One pair of Shoos, two Shirts, two Neckcloths, One hatt all New and fitting for his body besides the Clothes then belonging to his body for the true performance of all and Every the Said Covenants and Agreements

Signed November 12th, 1719 by Harmanis Bensingh, Jan Tandie.

In the presence of Egbert Van Borssom, John Roosevelt.

Acknowledged November 13th, 1718 before Harmanus Van Gelder, Justice of the Peace.

Registred for Joshua Delaplaine the 12th day of November Anno Dom 1719.

Indenture of Benjamin Lawrence, son of Elizabeth Lawrence of Flushing on Nassau Island to Joshua Delaplaine, Joiner, for seven years from October 15th, 1719.

Usual form including "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 he is to find him a New Sute of Aparel ...

Signed October 15th, 1719 by Benjamin Lawrence.
In the presence of Jno Stevenson, John Faxbary.

Acknowledged November 5th, 1719 before Phillip Cortlandt, Justice of the Peace.

Registerd for John Yerworth the fourth day of February Anno

Dom 1719.

Indenture of Samuell Sparepoint to John Yerworth, Shipwright and Martha his wife for seven years from 28th day of December 1719.

Usual form including “finding and allowing unto his Said Apprentice Meat, Drink, Washing, Lodging, Apparell and all Other things Necessary and Convenient for his Said Apprentice Dureing the Said Term

Signed January 26th, 1719 by Samuell Sparpint.
In the presence of John Cruger, Richard Nicholls.

Acknowledged January 26th, 1719 before John Cruger, Justice of the Peace and Alderman.

Recorded for St George Talbot, Carpenter the eighth day of February Anno Dom 1719.

Indenture of John Thew late Covenant servant of Richard Thomas of the City of New York, Vintner, to St George Talbot, Carpenter for seven years from February 9th, 1718.

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 to have the Sum of fifteen pounds.

Signed February 9th, 1718 by John Thew, Rich. Thomas, St George Talbot.

In the presence of T. Noxon, J. Balm.

Acknowledged February 9th, 1718/9 before Jacobus Kip, Alderman.

Registred for Mr. William Jackson, Cordwainer the 20th day of February Anno Dom 1719.

Indenture of Hugh Stevenson, son of Widdow Stevenson in New York to William Jackson, Cordwainer for eight years from February 20th, 1718/9.

Usual Form including "find and provide unto the Said Apprentice sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparel, Lodging and Washing fitting for an Apprentice. And keep him a Quarter in each year at the Evening School and a sute of New Cloathes for all parts of his body at the Ende of the Terme besides his wearing Cloaths

Signed February 20th, 1718/9 by Hugh Stevenson.

In the presence of Robert Nickols, Nicholas Tamler, John McNeall.

Acknowledged February 20th, 1718/9 before John Cruger, Alderman.

Registred for Mr. Nicholas Anthony, Cordwainer the 25th day of February Anno Dom 1719.

Indenture of John Allen aged fifteen years or thereabouts, son of John Allen, feltmaker, to Nicholas Anthony, Cordwainer for seven years from 24th day of February 1719.

Usual form including "find and provide unto the said Apprentice sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparel, Lodging and Washing fitting for an Apprentice during the said Term, and put him to School three Months in Every year during the said Apprenticeship Immediately after Christmas in Every year to the Evening school to learn to Read and Write, and at the Expiration of the Said Term shall give unto the said Apprentice One good New Suite of Apparell from head to foot besides his usual wearing Apparell ..."

Signed February 24th, 1719 by John Allen, Jr.

In the presence of John Allen, Senr, Will Sharpas, Richd Nicholls.

Acknowledged February 24th, 1719 before Jacobus Van Cortlandt, Mayor.

Registerd for Mr. Thomas Roberts the 7th day of March, Anno

Dom 1719.

THIS INDENTURE Witnesseth that David Wyatt aged Sixteen Years or thereabout by and with the consent and good likeing of Stephen Bouxin of the City of New York Merchant unta whose care he was Committed by his Father James Wyatt of Kingston in the Island of Jamaica, Barber Surgeon, Testified by his being a party hereto and by his sealing and delivering these Presents before me Jacobus Van Cortlandt Esqr Mayor of the Said City of New York of his own free and Voluntary Will hath put himself Apprentice to Thomas Roberts of New York aforesaid Cooper to Learn the Art Trade or Mistery of a Cooper and of a Wine Cooper According to the best of his skill which he now useth and with him to dwell and serve after the Manner of an Apprentice from the first day of this Instant February untill the full end and term of seven years from thence Next Ensueing and fully to be Compleat and Ended by all which Terme of years the said Apprenticeship the said David Wyatt well & truly Shall Serve his Master Secretts Shall keep, his Commandments Lawfully and honest Every where he shall Gladly do, hurt to his Master he shall not do, or Suffer to be done the goods of his Said Master he shall not purloyn, wast or Destroy or them to any person lend with his own Goods or the Goods of Others he shall not Trade or Merchandize Dureing the Said Term without Lycense from his Said Master, at Cards, Dice, or any. Other unlawfull Game he shall not play whereby his said Master may Incurr any hurt, Fornication he shall not Committ, Matrimony he shall not Contract. Taverns he shall not frequent from the Service of his Said Master he shall not absent himselfe but in all things as a good and faithfull Apprentice shall bear and behave himself towards his said Master and all his Dureing the Term aforesaid And The said Thomas Roberts doth hereby Covenant the Art, Trade or Mistery of a Cooper which he now useth to the Said Apprentice Shall Teach and Instructed after the best Manner and way that he may or Can, and also Shall find to his said Apprentice Meat, Drink, Washing and Lodging sufficient for an Apprentice for and Dureing the Term aforesaid AND for the true performance of all and Every the said Covenants and Agreements either of the Said parties bind themselves unto the Other firmly by these Presents.

IN WITNESS whereof the parties to these Indentures have Inter-Changeably sett their hands and Seal the first day of February Anno Dom 1719. Annoqz Regid Reg Georgii Magis Britt &c: Sexto David Wyatt (seal] Sealed and delivered in the presence of the words [and of a Wine Cooper According to the best of his Skill] being first Interlined on the Other Side Stephen Bouexin, Will Sharpas, Richd Nicholls.

MEMORANDUM That on the day of the date of the within Indenture the within Named Apprentice David Wyatt was bound before me Jacobus Van Cortlandt, Esqr Mayor of the City of New York, And at the same time Acknowledged That he Executed the same Indenture as his Voluntary Act and Deed to the use therein Mentioned Bound and Acknowledged the Day and Year within written before me.

Jacobus Van Cortlandt, Mayor.

Register for Mr. Thomas Wendover, Cordwainer the 9th day of March Anno Dom 1719.

Indenture of John Jones, son of Daniell Jones, Deceased and

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