put forth

1) To place an apprentice with a master, now more usually to put out.

1625 my mynde ... ys that ... my sonne shall ... be brought upp att Schoole in good Learninge untill he attaine to yeares of strength and discretion fytt to be putt forth to be an Apprentice, Lepton

1698 the townsmen ... certifie that the ... overseer hath put forth certaine children of the poore to sufficient men, Slaithwaite.

dates 1625 1698

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