Newton’s Mint Correspondence
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William Chaloner's Letters to the Warden of the Mint, to Justice Railton, to Isaac Newton, and to Justice Railton
William Chaloner's Letter to Isaac Newton
Covering letter for a formulaic statement of accounts for each mint to complete prior to its being closed down [April - September 1698].
Covering letter for MINT00159 (I.228-9).
Brief letter concerning the 'perusal' and possible purchase, apparently on Newton's behalf, of some Italian coins from an unspecified 'gentleman'.
Model letter for Allardes to send to Treasurer Godolphin.
Covering letter for a 'Memoriall' relating to various difficulties [MINT00419 (III.177)].
Letter concerning the Edinburgh Mint
Covering letter for a Mint report on a further petition from Cornwall for a renewal of the tin contract, and for 'a further Report upon the present state of the Tin', probably meaning the following entry.
Corrected account of the total bullion brought into the Scottish Mint during the recoinage, with a covering letter containing apologies for errors in the previous account and a repeated enquiry about the allowance for waste.
Covering letter forwarding the following tenders.
Defence of the present coinage and of the tender accepted against the printed complaint of the disappointed tenderers and three letters of Richard Jones. Newton has accepted not the cheapest tender but the most reliable one.
Covering letter from Treasury referring MINT00665 (II.367) to Newton.