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No. 5.-Agreement for the Hiring of a Clerk or

Workman.
This Agreement, &c. [as in No. 1 to the * -

Witnesseth, that the said John Doe has agreed to enter the service of the said Richard Roe as clerk (or journeyman), and covenants and agrees, to and with the said RICHARD Koe, that he will faithfully, honestly, and diligently, apply himself and perform the duties of a clerk (or journeyman) in the store (or shop] of the said Richard Roe, and faithfully obey all the reasonable wishes and commands of the said Richard Roe, for and during the space of one year from the first day of December next, for the compensation of five hundred dollars per annum, payable quarterly.

And the said Richard Roe covenants with the said JOHN Doe, that he will receive him as his clerk (or journeyman] for the term of one year aforesaid, and will pay him for his services as such clerk for journeyman) the sum of five hundred dollars annually, in quarter yearly payments.

In witness whereof, &c. (as in No. 1].

No. 6.-Agreement for making and delivering

Boots.
This Agreement, &c. [as in No. 1 to * ]-

Witnesseth, that the said John Doe, in consideration of the covenants on the part of the party of the second part, to be performed, doth covenant and agree, to and with the said RICHARD Roe, that he will, within (here insert the time) from the date hereof, make and deliver to the said Richard Roe, ten thousand pairs of boots, made from calfskin, of the first quality, and of the following sizes (here insert sizes).

And the said Richard Roe covenants to pay to the said John Doe two dollars for each pair upon the completion of the delivery of the said ten thousand pairs, if the same are delivered within (insert the time agreed upon from the date hereof as aforesaid.

In witness whereof, &c. (as in No. 1).

No. 7.-Agreement for making Flour-Barrels. This Agreement, &c. (as in No. 1 to the * )

Witnesseth, that John Doe, in consideration of the agreement on the part of Richard Roe, to be performed, covenants with the said RICHARD Roe, that he will make and deliver to the said Richard Rós, during the term of one year next ensuing from the date hereof, one thousand merchantable flourbarrels in each week, said flour-barrels to be made of good, hard, well-seasoned white-oak stuff, and the hoops to be of black ash.

And the said RICHARD Roe, in consideration thereof, agrees to pay to the said John Doe at the rate of twenty cents for each barrel, such payment to be made on each thousand harrels immediately on the delivery thereof, until the whole quantity is made and delivered.*

In witness whereof, &c. [as in No. 1].

No. 8.–Agreement to sell and deliver Cord-Wood

This Agreement, &c. (as in No. 1 to the *]. Witnesseth, that the said John Doe agrees to sell to the said RICHARD Roe one thousand cords of wood, all of it to be well seasoned, and to be of beech and maple only, and to deliver the same, securely corded, at the factory of the said RICHARD Roe in the town aforesaid, for the price of two dollars

per cord, on the first day of June next. And the said Richard Roe, in consideration thereof, agrees to pay to the said John Doe, for the said wood, at the rate of two dollars for each cord of wood, immediately upon the completion of the delivery thereof.

In witness whereof, &c. [as in No. 1].

No. 9.-Agreement to sell Shares of Stock This Agreement, &c. [as in No. 1 to * ]

Witnesseth, that, in consideration of the agreement of RICHARD Roe, hereinafter contained, the said John Doe agrees to sell, transfer, and convey, to the said Richard Roe,

* The time and rate of payment may be altered to correspond with the spee cial agreement between the parties.

on the tenth day of July next, one thousand shares of the Glenville Manufacturing Company, now owned by the said John Doe, and standing in his name on the books of said company,

and to execute and deliver to the said RICHARD Roe all necessary assignments, transfers, and conveyances, to assure and convey the same to the said RICHARD Roe, his executors, administrators, and assigns, for ever.

In consideration of which, the said RICHARD ROE, agrees with the said John Doe to pay to him one hundred dollars for each share of the said capital stock, on the said tenth day of July next.

In witness whereof, &c. (as in No. 1).

No. 10.--Agreement to sell Goods in Store. This Agreement, &c. [as in No. 1 to * )

Witnesseth, that in consideration of the covenants on the part of the said Richard Roe, hereinafter contained, the said John Doe doth covenant with the said Richard Roe, that he will take of the said RICHARD Roe all his stock of goods, wares, and merchandise, now being in his store in the village of Cooperstown, together with all the fixtures thereto belonging; an account of such stock of goods, wares, and merchandise, to be taken by the parties hereto in the presence of each other: and the said John Doe agrees to pay for them at the invoice price; but if any of said goods be damaged, such damaged goods, together with the fixtures aforesaid, to be valued by two disinterested persons, one of whom is to be selected by each of the parties hereto, and to pay for the same the value or price that the said appraisers may agree to set upon them as a fair valuation of the same; and that in five days after the value of said goods, wares, merchandise, and fixtures, can be ascertained as aforesaid, said value is to be paid by the said John Doe to the said Richard ROE.

And the said Richard Roe, in consideration thereof, agrees to sell to the said John Doe the said goods, wares, and merchandise, at the invoice price, and the fixtures and such goods as may be damaged at such price as the appraisers appointed as aforesaid may fix and determine; and make, execute, and deliver, to the said John Doe, a good and sufficient bill of sale and conveyance thereof.

In witness whereof, &c. [as in No. 1).

No. 11.–Agreement to cultivate Land on Shares.

This Agreement, &c. [as in No. 1 to * )

Witnesseth, that the said John Doe agrees with the said Richard Roe, that he will properly plough, harrow, till, fit, and prepare for sowing, all that certain field of ground belonging to the said Richard Roe, which field lies, &c. (here insert description of the field], containing about fifty acres, and to sow the same with good winter wheat, finding one half of the seed wheat necessary therefor, on or before the first day of September next; and that he will at the proper time cut, harvest, and thrash, the said wheat, and properly winnow and clean the same, and deliver the one half part of the said wheat to the said RICHARD Roe, at his barn, on his premises, in the town of Washington aforesaid, near his dwelling-house, within ten days after the same shall have been cleaned; and will carefully stack the one half part of the straw on the premises of the said Richard Roe, near to his barn aforesaid.

And the said RICHARD Roe, in consideration of the foregoing agreement, promises and agrees, to and with the said John Doe, that he may enter in and upon the said field for the purpose of tilling and sowing the same, and of harvesting the crop; and free ingress and egress have and enjoy for the purposes aforesaid; and that he will furnish to the said John Doe one half part of the seed wheat necessary to sow the same, on or before the first day of September next, and permit the said John Doe to thrash and clean the wheat upon the premises of the said RICHARD ROE.

In witness whereof, &c. (as in No. 1).

No. 12.-Agreement for the Sale of Horse. This Agreement, &c. [as in No. 1 to the * ]

Witnesseth, that the said John Doe hereby agrees to sell to the said RICHARD Roe his dark-bay horse, with a white star in the forehead, and black mane and tail, and to warrant the said horse to be well broken, to be kind and gentle, both under the saddle and in single and double harness, to be sound in every respect and free from vice—for the sum of one hundred dollars, to be paid by the said Richard Roe on the tenth day of May next.

In consideration whereof, the said Richard Roe

agrees to purchase the said horse, and to pay therefor to the said John Doe the sum of one hundred dollars, on the tenth day of May next.

In witness whereof, &c. (as in No. 1].

No. 13.-Agreement for Sale and Purchase of

Fruit-Trees.
This Agreement, &c. (as in No. 1 to * ]-

Witnesseth, that the said John Doe agrees to sell and deliver to the said RICHARD Roe, at his dwelling-house in Springfield aforesaid, five hundred apple-trees, two hundred and fifty peach-trees, two hundred plum-trees, one hundred pear-trees, and fifty nectarine-trees, all in good order for transplanting, in the month of May next, for the following prices, namely: for each hundred apple-trees, twenty dollars; for each hundred peach-trees, fifteen dollars; for each hundred plum-trees, thirty dollars; for each hundred pear-trees, twenty-five dollars; and for each fifty nectarine-trees, ten dollars.*

And the said Richard Roe, in consideration thereof, agrees to purchase the trees aforesaid, in the quantity aforesaid, and at the prices aforesaid ; and to pay to the said John Doe the price therefor in cash upon the delivery of the said trees.

In witness whereof, &c. (as in No. 1].

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No. 14.-Agreement for Barter. This Agreement, &c. (as in No. 1 to * ]

Witnesseth, that the said John Doe, in consideration of the agreement of the said Richard Roe, hereinafter contained, agrees to deliver to the said Richard Roe, on or before the first day of October next, one thousand bushels of potatoes, at the dwelling-house of the said RICHARD Roe.

And the said Richard Roe, in consideration thereof, agrees to deliver to the said John Doe, at his dwelling-house, on or before the first day of October next, two hundred and fifty bushels of good, clean, merchantable wheat.

In witness whereof, &c. [as in No. 1]. * The number of trees and the price may be varied to correspond with the agreement between the parties.

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