That those\Spanish/ dollars are 1dwt worse then sta & \{illeg}\are valued/ at London {illeg} {th}\as bullion/ &/ if they should be brought to London they may be weighed at the Mint & valued as bullion 1dwt worse then stan, or at 5s 134d sterling\sterling/ per ounce.

But if they are received by tale at Port M{illeg}|a|ha{illeg}|n|, they may be taken at 17dwt 10gr a piece {illeg} Troy {illeg} at 4s 5d34 a piece in English mon


8, 4|5|1, 20{s}{sic} 12d {sic} = 1900 Dollar
8, 4|5|1, 24 = 190 Dollars

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