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NEW YORK ANNO 1700
NEW YORK ANNO 1700
PER CONTRA CR 12 By Ballance due
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NEW YORK ANNO 1700
INDENTURES OF APPRENTICES,
Registred for Thomas Windover,
THIS INDENTURE Wittnesseth that I, William Mathews, son of Marrat of the City of New York, Widdow, hath put himself and by these Presents doth voluntarily and of his own free Will and Accord and by the Consent of his said Mother put himself Apprentice to Thomas Windover of the City aforesaid Cordwiner with him to live and after the Manner of an Apprentice) to serve from the fifteenth day of August last Anno Dom one thousand seven hundred and Eighteen untill the full Term of seven years be Compleat and Ended. During all which Term the said Apprentice his said Master Thomas Windover faithfully shall serve his secrets keep, his lawfull Commands gladly every where Obey, he shall do no damage to his said Master nor see to be done by Others without letting or giving Notice to his said Master, he shall not waste his said Masters Goods, nor lend them unlawfully to any, he shall not Committ fornication nor Contract Matrimony within the said Term. At Cards, Dice or any other unlawfull Game he shall not play whereby his said Master may have Damage with his Own Goods or the Goods of those during the said Term without Lycense from his said Master he shall neither buy or sell. He shall not absent himself day or night from his Masters service without his leave, nor haunt Alehouses, Taverns or Playhouses, but in all things as a faithfull apprentice he shall behave himself towards his said Master and all his during the said Term. And the said Master during the said Term shall, by the best means or Method that he can Teach or Cause the said Apprentice to be taught the Art or Mystery of a Cordwiner, and shall find and provide unto the said Apprentice sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparel, Lodging and washing fitting for an Apprentice, and shall during the said Term every winter at Nights give him one Quarters schooling, and at the Expiration of the said Term to provide for the said Apprentice a sufficient New Suit of Apparell four shirts and two Necletts, for the true Performance of
all and every the said Covenants and agreements Either of the said parties bind themselves unto the Other by these Presents.
IN WITNESS whereof they have hereunto Interchangeably put their hands and seals this twenty fifth day of September in the fifth year of his Majesties Reign, Annoq Domini One thousand seven hundred and Eighteen. The Marke of William Mathews (seal] sealed and delivered in the Presence of John Rushton, H. D. Meyer, New York Sept 26th A° 1718 then appeared before me Jacobus Kip one of his Majties Justis of the Peace for the City and County of New York the within Named Apprentice and acknowledge the signing and sealing of this Indenture to be his Voluntary Act and Deed.
Jacobus Kip, Justice of the Peace
Registered for Aron Boagard, Truner, the third day of October Anno Dom 1718.
Indenture of Allexander Mackcaselton, with the consent of his Mother to Aron Bogart, Turner, for ten years from October ist, 1718.
Usual form. Signed October ist, 1718 by Allexander Mackcaselton and Sarah N. Mackcaselton. Including "Shall find and provide unto the said Apprentice Sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparel, Lodging and Washing fitting for an Apprentice and Every winter Dureing the Said time three Months Evening School and att the End of the Said time a New Suite of Apparrell and four New Shirts and three Neck Cloths”
In the presence of Robt Crannell, Junr,
Registerd for Joshua Delaplaine, Joyner, the fourth day of October Anno Dom 1718.
Indenture of Francis Warne with the consent of his Mother Sarah Warne, to Joshua Delaplaine, Joyner, for eight years from February 27th, 1718.
Usual Form including “Shall find and provide unto the said Apprentice Sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparel, Lodging and Washing fitting for an apprentice, and att the Expiration of Said Term the said Master is to find Said Apprentice a New Suite of Woolen