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permission to be charged at the rate of $5.00 for each offence.

Hands to commence work at Sunrise to have one half hour for breakfast and one and one half hours for dinner and work until sunset except during cotton picking when all the cotton picked that day  is to be housed the same night

No swearing fighting or disorderly conduct will be allowed

guns and pistols not allowed.

Respect and obedience to the Overseer required. In addition to the pay and rations and supplies above mentioned, Winter clothing and shoes will be given if the labor prove satisfactory. The old and young not able to work are to be provided with the necessary food. The Overseer will attend to the sick and furnish medicines and nourishment free  of charge.

Summer clothing and shoes to be given

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45 John x  1st Class | 20 Louisa  1st Class
50 John x " "| 40 Charlotte " "
40 Andrew x " "| 19 Lincy " "
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