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In addition to the regular settlers at Jamestown, from time to time indentured servants came to America.
The Negroes seemed to be more easily adaptable to hard, manual labor than the Indians or indentured white servants had been.
To be apprenticed then was to be absolutely indentured; to belong to the master for a term of years.
Hughson had in his service an indentured servant,—a girl of sixteen years,—named Mary Burton.
One was instigated by a perjurer and a heretic, the other by an indentured servant, in all probability from a convict ship.
A people who could buy and sell wives did not hesitate to see in the indentured white servants property that ought to be taxed.
The word "imported" means such persons as could not pay their passage, and were therefore indentured to the master of the vessel.
It provided that no indentured servant should be sold into another government without the approval of at least one justice.
He felt all the more sorry for the girl because misfortune had, in a sense, indentured her to them.
ETHAN FROMEEDITH WHARTON
Beneath both these classes were the indentured servants, a few of whom were men of ability forced to pay their passage by service.

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