The law of masters and servants in Ireland. Wherein is shewed, what persons shall be compelled to serve and labour, and how. Of hiring and retaining Servants. Of giving Discharges and Certificates to Servants, and of hiring Servants from former services without. Of hiring and enticing away other Persons Servants. Of departure of Servants, and of giving warning. Of putting away Servants. Of correction and punishment of idle and disorderly Servants. Of abusing Servants. Where the Master shall answer for the offence and act of his Servant, and the Husband for the offence and act of his Wife. How the wages of Servants, Artificers and Labourers, are to be rated and recovered. Of Nurses. Of Apprentices, and how they remain so to Executors. Of the construction of Indentures, Covenants and Conditions, concerning Apprentices and following Trades. How Persons may be free of Corporations. Of punishing disorderly Apprentices. Of abusing Apprentices. Of enticing away Apprentices. Of binding out poor Children Apprentices, &c. With all sorts of precedents, necessary for the Office of a Justice of Peace, touching Masters, Apprentices, Servants, Artificers and Labourers. As, Certificates, Affidavits, Examinations, Warrants, Recognizances, Conditions, Mittimus's, Indictments, &c. Also Indentures of Apprenticeship, Bonds and special Conditions for the truth of Apprentices, &c. Forms of assigning or turning over Apprentices, of discharging Apprentices, &c. And also many forms of Declarations and Pleadings at Law, for and against Masters, Apprentices and Servants, &c. Digested under their proper Heads or Chapters. With an Alphabetical Table. By Matt. Dutton.
- Dutton, Matt.