Middlesex Sessions:
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October 1754

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To the Worshipful his Majesties Justices of the peace for the County
of Middlesex in their General Quarter Session of the peace Assembled

The Humble Petition of John Ingram< no role >


That your Petitioner was bound an Apprentice to Edward
< no role > of the parish of St Luke in the County of Middx
Cabinet Maker by Indentures bearing date the Thirtiethday of October
in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven hundred and forty eight
for the Term of Seven Yeares.

That your petitioners said Master frequentlyfromsince his said Apprenticeship
absented himself for a Considerable time together from his Business and
left your petitioner quite unemployed and without necessary provisions
to Subsist on during hid absence so that Your petitioner was oblidged
to Maintain himself at his own Expense

That your petitioners said Master is absconded from his House
for fear of being Arrested and will not Instruct him in the said Business
by reason whereof he is greatly afraid that he shallnothereafter
by destitute and unskilled in the said Trade to procure himself Subsistence

your petitioner therefore humbly prays your
Worships to take the premisses into Consideration
and to discharge your sd petitioner from his said
Master service or to Great him such other release
as to your worships shall seem meet

And your petitioner shall ever pray Etc

John Ingram< no role >

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