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2. No person shall be admitted as a notary unless he shall have served as an apprentice for seven years; and if bound after Aug. 1, 1801, unless Affidavit of certain particulars be made, which shall be inrolled in the proper Court.
8. If any Master shall die, or leave off Practice, or any Indenture shall be cancelled by mutual Consent, or any Apprentice shall be legally discharged, in such Cases if Apprentices serve the Residue of Seven Years with other Masters, it shall be effectual if an Affidavit be filed of the Second Contract.
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