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Warrant for a disorderly Apprentice, by two Justices, on the aforesaid Complaint, by 20 Geo. II. c. 19, s. 4.

To the Constable of

Whereas oath hath been made before us, S. P. and J. C. two of His Majesty's justices of the peace in and for the said county, by A. M. of in the said county, [carpenter], that A. P. apprentice to the said A. M. hath committed divers misdemeanors against the said A. M. his master, and particularly [as the case shall be]; These are therefore to require you forthwith to apprehend the said A. P. and bring him before us, to answer unto the said complaint, and to be dealt with according to law; and you are to give notice to the said A. M. that he appear before us at the same time, to make good the said complaint. Given under our hands and seals, &c.

Commitment of an Apprentice to the House of Correction, on Complaint of his Master, by two Justices, on 20 Geo. II. c. 19, s. 4.

To the Constable of in the said county, and to the Keeper of the House of Correction at - in the said county.

Whereas complaint hath been made before us, S. P. and J. C. two of His Majesty's justices of the peace, in and for the said county, upon the oath of A. M. of in the said county, [carpenter], that A. P. apprentice of the said A. M. hath committed divers, misdemeanors against the said A. M. his master, and particularly [as the case shall be]; And whereas, upon examination thereof, and upon hearing the allegations of both parties, having come before us for that purpose, and upon due consideration had thereof, it manifestly appears to us that he the said A. P. is guilty of the premises so charged against him as aforesaid; We do therefore hereby command you the said constable to take and convey the said A. P. to the said house of correction, and to deliver him to the said keeper thereof, together with this warrant; And we do hereby command you the said

keeper of the said house of correction, to receive the said A. P. into your custody in the said house of correction, there to remain and be corrected, and held to hard labour for the space of Given under our hands and seals, the day &c.

Discharge of an Apprentice, by two Justices, on Complaint of the Master, by 20 Geo. II. c. 19, s. 4.

Whereas complaint &c. (as in the last precedent). We do therefore, by these presents, discharge the said A. P. from his apprenticeship to the said A. M.; any thing in any indenture or indentures of apprenticeship betwixt them, or otherwise, to the contrary notwithstanding. Given &c.

Assignment of Apprentice.

To all to whom these presents shall come, I A. M. of send greeting. Whereas my apprentice A. P. hath divers years yet to come and unexpired of his apprenticeship; to wit, whole years from the day of now last past, as by his indenture of apprenticeship to me sealed doth appear; Now know ye, that I the said A. M. for divers good causes and considerations me hereunto moving, have given, granted, assigned, and set over, and by these presents do fully and absolutely give, grant, assign, and set over, unto A. S. of all such right, title, duty, term of years to come, service, and demand whatsoever, which I the said A. M. have in or to the said A. P. or which I may or ought to have in him by force and virtue of the said indentures of apprenticeship. And moreover, I the said A. M. do by these presents covenant, promise, and agree to and with the said A. S. his executors and administrators, that, notwithstanding any thing by me the said A. M. to be done to the contrary, the said A. P. shall, during the said term of — years, well and truly serve the said A. S. as his master, and his commandments lawful and honest shall do, and from his service shall not absent himself during the said term. Provided that the said A. S. shall well entreat

and use him the said A. P. and him the said A. P. in the craft, mystery, and occupation of a which he the said A. S. now useth, after the best manner that he can or may, shall teach, instruct, and inform, or cause to be taught, instructed, and informed, as much as thereunto belongeth, or in any wise appertaineth; and shall also, during the said term, find and allow unto the said A. P. sufficient meat, drink, apparel, washing, lodging, and all other things needful or meet for an apprentice. In witness &c.

Form of the Order of two Justices, directing a Parish Apprentice to continue with the Widow [or as the case may be] of his deceased Master.

Whereas F. R. within named, late of the parish of in the said county, died on the day of, being within three calendar months now last past, We, two of His Majesty's justices of the peace for the county aforesaid, whose names are hereunto subscribed, on the application and at the request of A. R. widow [as the case may be] of the said F. R. living with and being part of the family of the said F. R. at the time of his death, do hereby order and direct, that A. P. the apprentice within named, who was in the service and actual employment of the said F. R. at the time of his death, shall serve the said A. R. as such apprentice, for the residue of the term of such appren ticeship within mentioned, according to the provisions of an act passed in the thirty-second year of the reign of King George the Third, intituled, "An Act for the further Regula tion of Parish Apprentices." Witness our hands, this day of

I, the above-mentioned A. R. do hereby declare that the above order is made at my request, and that I do accept the said A. P. as my apprentice, according to the terms and covenants contained in the said indenture, and according to the provisions of the said act. Witness my hand, the day and year above written.

Form of the like Order, by a separate Instrument.

Whereas it appears unto us, two of His Majesty's justices of the peace for the said county, that A. P. was bound an apprentice by the churchwardens and overseers of the poor of the parish of -, to F. R. late of the said parish of and that the said F. R. died on the

day of -, being within three calendar months now last past. Now we the said two justices, on the application, and at the request &c. [then to the end as before, mutatis mutandis.]

Form of the Assignment of a Parish Apprentice, with the consent of two Justices, by Indorsement on the Indenture or Counterpart.

Be it remembered, That the within-named F. R. by and with the consent and approbation of S. P. and J. C. two of His Majesty's justices of the peace for the said county, whose names are subscribed to the consent here-under written, doth hereby assign A. P. the apprentice within named, unto N. R. to serve him during the residue of the term within mentioned; and that he the said N. R. doth hereby agree to accept and take the said A. P. as an apprentice for the residue of the said term, and doth hereby acknowledge himself, his executors and administrators, to be bound by the agreements and covenants within mentioned on the part of the said F. R. to be done and performed, according to the true intent and meaning thereof, and pursuant to the provisions of an act passed in the thirty-second year of the reign of King George the Third, intituled, "An Act for the further Regulation of Parish Apprentices." In witness whereof we the said F. R. and N. R. have hereunto set our hands, this day of

We, two of His Majesty's justices of the peace abovementioned, do consent thereto. Witness our hands, this day of

S. P.
J. C.

Form of the like Assignment by a separate Instrument.

to wit. Whereas it appears unto us, W. S. and S. P. two of His Majesty's justices of the peace for the said county, whose names are subscribed to the consent here-under written, that A. P. was bound apprentice by the churchwardens and overseers of the poor of the parish of to F. R. of the same parish of, by indenture, bearing date on or about the day of until the said A. P. should attain his age of twenty-one years. Now be it remembered, That the said F. R. by and with the consent &c. [and] so to the end as before, mutatis mutandis.]

Form of a Conviction,

Under 42 Geo. III. c. 46.

Be it remembered, That on the

day of

in the year of our Lord, 1817, A. P. is convicted before us, W. S. and S. P. two of His Majesty's justices of the peace for the [specifying the offence, and the time and place when and where committed], contrary to an act made in the forty-second year of the reign of King George the Third, intituled, [here set forth the title of this act.] Given under our hands and seals the day and year abovementioned.

Discharge of a Parish Apprentice,

Under 32 Geo. III. c. 57.

And Order to return his Clothes, &c.

Whereas complaint on oath hath been made before us, J. C. and S. P. two of His Majesty's justices of the peace in and for the said county, by A. B. a parish apprentice to C. D. of in the said county, [carpenter], that he the said C. D. has misused and evil-entreated him the said apprentice, particularly [here state the nature of the offence]. And whereas the said C. D. having been duly summoned, hath appeared before us, but hath not cleared himself of the said accusation and complaint, but on the contrary the same hath been fully proved before us on oath. We therefore do by these presents discharge the said A. B. from his said apprenticeship,

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