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doth hereby covenant, promise and agree with the said Overseer of the Poor and his successors in office that she, the said Sally Barrett, her said apprentices in the trade art and mystery of a farmer will teach and instruct or cause to be taught and instructed in the best manner that she can; and will provide and allow to the said apprentices, during all their said several terms, competent and sufficient meat, drink, washing, lodging, apparel and all other things necessary for the said apprentices. And the said Sally Barrett doth further covenant and agree with the said Overseer of the Poor and his successors in office during the terms of the said apprentices, that she will teach or cause to be taught, the said apprentices reading, writing and common arithmetic as far as the rule of three. And the said Sally Barrett doth further covenant and agree with the said overseer of the poor and his successors in office that she will well and truly pay the several sums of money to the said overseer and his successors in office, for the use and objects specified in the said order made and entered at the said February term AD 1867, of the said County Court, to wit "ten dollars per year during the apprenticeship of the said Henry and Isham, for each of them, and five dollars per year for the said Fanny during her apprenticeship." In witness whereof the said Overseer of the Poor and the said Sally Barrett have hereunto set their hands and affixed their seals this 2nd day of March AD 1867. Sarah E. Barrett (seal) Richard L. Bryant O.P. (seal) Test R. C. Barritt, R. M. Bames