St Botolph Aldgate Parish:
Apprenticeship Indentures and Disciplinary Cases

6th August 1691 - 21st August 1700

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Image 57 of 7710th March 1698

This Indenture wittneseth that Lawrence Morris< no role > Son of John Morris< no role >
late of the Parish of Saint Buttolphe without Aldgate London Butcher deceased being left a charge
on the said Parish by the help and Assistance of the Church wardens thereof hath putt himselfe
Apprentice to James Barrow< no role > Cittizen and haberdasher of London to learne his art of an Inkhorne turner
and with him after the Manner of an Apprentice to serve from the day of the date of these presents for
and dureing the terme of Eight yeares from thence next Ensueing to be compleate and Ended Dureing which
terme the said Apprentice his said Master faithfully shall and will serve his Secretts keep
his lawfull Commands every where gladly doe he Shall doe noe dammage to his said Master
nor see it to be done of or by any other but to his power shall lett or forthwith give notice to his
Master of the Same Hurt to his said Master he shall not doe cause or procure to be done
He shall neither buy nor sell without his Masters license Tavernes Inns or Alehouses he
shall not haunt at Cards Dice or any other unlawfull game he shall not play to the
detriment of his said Master nor from the service of his said Master day nor night
absent himselfe But in all things as an honest and faithfull Apprentice shall and will
demeane and behave himselfe towards his said Master & all his dureing the said terme.
And the said Master his said Apprentice in the Art Mystery or occupation of an
Ink horne Turner which he now useth shall and will beach and instruct or cause to be taught
and instructed the best way and Manner that he can findeing and alloweing unto his said
Apprentice sufficient wholesome meat drinke Apparell washeing lodgeing and all other necessaries
fitting and convenient for such an Apprentice dureing the said terme And for the true
performance of all and Singular the covenants Articles and agreements aforesaid
the said parties doe bind themselves to each other firmely by these Presents In
Wittness whereof the said Parties have hereunto interchangeabely sett their hands
and Seales the Tenth day of March in the Eleaventh yeare of the Raigue of our
Soveraigne Lord William the third over England Etc. King defender of the faith Annoqr
Dui 1698/9

Sealed and delivered (the twelve Penny Stance thereon sett)
in the Prsence of.

Will: Cookson< no role >
Tho: Linton< no role > [..]

James Barrow< no role >

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