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with the consent of his Mother, to Thomas Wendover, Cordwainer, for seven years from February 9th, 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 End of the Term the said Master Shall give unto the Said Apprentice One New Suite of Apparell Consisting of Coat, Vest and Britches, four New Shirts, two Neckcloths, One New Hatt, one pair of Hoes and Shooes and Shall Cause the said Apprentice to go three Months to School to Learn to write and Read for the ..

Signed February 9th, 1719 by Mary Gandy, John Jones.
In the presence of Jonas Gandy, Charles Sleigh.
Acknowledged March 3rd, 1719 before Jacobus Kip.

Registerd for Mr. John Goelet, Feltmaker the 19th day of March Anno Dom 1719.

Indenture of Abraham Cannon of the County of Richmond with the consent of his Father to John Goelet, Feltmaker for seven years from April ist, 1719.

Usual form including "find and provide unto the said Apprentice sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparell, Lodging and Washing fitting for an Apprentice dureing Said Term and at the Expiration Give unto the Said Apprentice One New Suite of Cloaths from Top to toe and four New Shirts, two New Neckcloths, also all the Cloaths and Apparell which he hath at that time, and Said John Goelet must allow and find the Said Apprentice Every Winter to go in the Evening School Dureing Said Term for ...".

Signed April 29th, 1719 by Abraham Cannon.
In the presence of Simon Johnson, Joh: Jansen

Acknowledged April 29th, 1719 before Joh: Jansen Justice of the Peace.

Anindentikesemp Painter find aarell, Lo hereby light yeates of

Registerd for Mr. Thomas Inglis, Painter the 2nd day of April Anno Dom 1720.

Indenture of Ellecksander Gillon (or Gillou) of the City of New York, Sempster with the consent of her Father and Mother, to Thomas Inglis, Painter for eight years from August 11th, 1719.

Usual Form including “find and provide unto the said Apprentice Sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparell, Lodging and Washing fitting for an Apprentice or servant, and it is hereby provided & Agreed that at the End and Expiration of the Said Eight years the Apprentice aforesaid Shall Receive One whole New Suite of Cloths together with what She had before, And also One Years Meat, Drink, Lodging & Washing Dureing the Time that She is Learning a Trade ..." Signed April 30th, 1719 by Elecksanders Gillon (or Gillou).

In the presence of Jos. Budd, Gregory Crouch, S. Gerrettse, Ralph Thurman.

Acknowledged May 13th, 1719 before Jacobus Kip, Alderman.

Registred for Mr. Benjamin Peck, Glover the 27th day of April Anno Dom 1720.

Indenture of William Kelly son of Dorothy Parvisol wife to Peter Parvisol Schoolmaster with the consent of his Mother to Benjamin Peck, Glover for seven years from March 11th, 1719/20.

Usual form including "find and provide unto the said Apprentice Sufficient Meat, Drink, Lodging & Washing fitting for an Apprentice ..."

Signed March 11th, 1719/20 by William Kelly.
In the presence of Peter Parvisol, Thomas Moore.
Acknowledged April 8th, 1720 before Phillip Cortlandt, Justice.

120 by Withomas Moorlandt, Justice

Registerd for Mrs. Ann Prichard the 4th day of May Anno Dom 1720.

Indenture of Elizabeth Weldin Daughter of Margaret now the wife of Peter Arkell with the consent of her Mother to Ann Prichard, for eight years 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 the Said Term ye Said Mistress Shall give unto and deliver to the Said Apprentice two Sutes of Apparel from head to foot ..... N. B. ye words Master being first razed & ye words Mistress Interlined.

Signed May 5th, 1719 by Elizabeth Weldin, Peter Arkill.
In the presence of Jeremiah Burroughs, E. Blagge.

Acknowledged May 7th, 1719 before E. Blagge. Alderman and Justice of the Peace.

Registerd for Daniel David, Cooper the 16th day of June Anno Dom 1720.

Indenture of John Blackhead of Piscadua In New Jersey, son of Mary Blackhead and with her consent to Daniel David, Cooper for seven years from April 11th, 1720.

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 the Said Master is to give or to provide unto the Said Apprentice One New Suit of Apparell of Druggett and a Second Suit of Wearing Cloaths a half dozen Shirts and three Neck Cloths and to keep him to the Practice of his Learning & a Sett of Tools sufficient to make a Barrell ....”

Signed June 15th, 1720, by John Blackhead.
In the presence of Edward Man, Peter Stoutenburgh.
Acknowledged June 15th, 1720 before Jacobus Kip, Alderman.

Registerd for Mr. Daniell Pattreau the 18th day of June Anno Dom 1720.

Indenture of Peter Smith Son of John Smith, Curryer, and with the consent of his Father to Daniell Pattreau, Perwiggmaker for seven years from June 17th, 1719.

Usual form including “find and provide unto the Said Apprentice sufficient Meat, Drink, and Lodging fitting for an Apprentice Dureing the Said Term and at the Expiration thereof to provide for the Said Apprentice A New Suit of Apparrell and two Winter Nights Schooling within the Said Term ....”

Signed June 17th, 1719 by Peter Smith.
In the presence of John Thomson, H. Demeyer.

Acknowledged June 19th, 1719 before John Cruger, Justice of the Peace and Alderman.

Registerd for Mr. Cornelius Johnson, Weaver the 5th day of July Anno Dom 1720.

Indenture of John Read, Son of Abigall Parker to Cornelius Johnson, Weaver for Seventeen years from December 9th, 1719.

Usual form including "find and provide unto the said Apprentice sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparell, Lodging and Washing fitting for an Apprentice And during Said Term Shall put Said Appprentice to School at Suitable times so as to Learn him to Read and write And at the End of said Term of Seventeen Years Shall give to Said Apprentice Such Cloathing as Shall be adjudged and Awarded by four Indifferent Men Chosen and Nominated by Said Master his heirs Executors or Administrators and the Said Apprentice viz John Read ....

Signed December 9th, 1719 by John Read, Abigall Parker.
In the presence of James Rich, Will Bradford.
Acknowledged July 2nd, 1720 before Jacobus Kip, Alderman.

Registerd for Mr. Simon Cregier the 29th day of July Anno Dom 1720

Indenture of William Warner Aged fourteen Years with the consent of his Father Richard Warner to Simon Cregier Mason for Seven years from August 1oth, 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 of Seven Years the Said Simon Cregier Shall find and provide the Said Apprentice with One New Suit of Apparell beside his Wearing Cloaths and, also the Said Apprentice Shall have three Months Schooling Every Year."

Signed August 1oth, 1719 by William Warner.
In the presence of James Welch, Samuell Doddrell.

Acknowledged January 5th, 1719/20 before John Cruger, Alderman and Justice of the Peace.

Registerd for Mrs. Hannah Butler the 5th day of August Anno Dom 1720.

Indenture of Elizabeth Hamsted Daughter of Ben Hamsted, aged thirteen Years to Mrs. Hannah Butler for Five Years from June 24th, 1720.

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 of five years to allow unto the said Apprentice A Sufficient Suit of New Apparell and all Other things Suitable as also to Teach the Said Apprentice to read and to write to the best of her Capacity ...." Signed March 12th, 1719/20 by Elizab: Hampsted. In the presence of Geo. Willson, Mary Ossry, Sarah Rushton. Acknowledged June 16th, 1720 before J. V. Cortlandt.

Registerd for Mr. Ide Meyer, Cordwainer ye 13th of September Anno Dom 1720.

Indenture of Johannis Ackerman Son of Lodewyck Ackerman to Ide Meyer, Cordwainer for eight years from November 18th, 1715.

Usual form including "find and provide unto the Said Apprentice Sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparell, Lodging and Washing fitting for an Apprentice at the End of the Said Term his Said

Master Shall give him One New Sute of Apparell three New
Shirts and Learning Read and writing ..."

Signed November 18th, 1715 by Johannis Ackerman.
In the presence of Isaac DeRiemer, Gerret Van Gelder.
Acknowledged November 18th, 1715 before Jacobus Kip.

Registerd for Mr. Henry Swift the 12th day of October Anno Dom 1720.

Indenture of Elizabeth Heas, Daughter of Mary Heas of Piscaddaway in the County of Middlesex and Providence of East New Jersey to Henry Swift, Gent. for Ten Years from October 12th, 1720.

Usual form including “find and provide unto the said Apprentice sufficient Meat, Drink, Washing, lodging and Apparell AND at the Expiration of Said Term the Said Master Shall give or Cause to be given the Said Apprentice Two Entire New Suits of Cloaths and One Cow ..

Signed October 27th, 1719 by Elizabeth Heas, Mary Heas, Henry Swift.

In the presence of Richard Pullen, Edwd Joyce.

Acknowledged October 6th, 1720, before Jacobus Van Cortlandt.

Registred for Joshua Delaplaine the 24th day of November Anno Dom 1720.

Indenture of Nicholas Bellanger son of Ive Belanger, late of little Egg Harbour in West Jersey with the consent of his Mother to Joshua Delaplaine, Joiner, for seven years from May 2nd, 1720.

Usual Form including "find and provide unto the said Apprentice Sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparell, Lodging and Washing fitting for an Apprentice and Instruct him in Reading, Writing, Arithmetick and Making of Mathematical Instruments and at the Expiration of the Said Term he is to give him a New Suite of Cloaths of Linnen & Woollen."

Signed August 4th, 1720 by Nicholas Belanger.
In the presence of Arnold Cassell, Benjamin Lawrence.
Acknowledged October 25th, 1720 before Phillip Cortlandt.

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