Catalogue Entry: MINT00052

Offers £4,000 security against renewal of his mastership: £2,000 himself and £1,000 each from Thomas Hall [master's assistant] and John Francis Fauquier [deputy master].

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: Mint 19/I.65, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

[Normalized Text] [Diplomatic Text]

Final version, dated 16 October 1702, in the University Library, Basel (printed in NC, 4: 392-3). This draft commented on in NC, 7: 428 (no. 652). See also CTB, 17, part 1 (1702): 368 for the Treasury's referral of this offer (19 October) and ibid., 382, for the Treasury warrant to accept it (6 November).

[1] Mint Office
20 Aug. 1702.

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