Imp: The masters allowance for the Coinage of 64 stone 13 p^{d} \Scots/ weight of ten and fyve Pence pieces att 20 £ scots or 1: 13: 4 sterlin {sic} money stone weight Conform to the Acts of Parliament in relation to the Coinage being the money Cioned from the month of March 1705 to May 1707 |
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sterline {sic} |
£ib | Sh | d |
108 | 00 | 5 |
To an Accompt of Steall and iron for that Coiange |
3 | 16 | 8$\frac{1}{2}$ |
To an Accompt of {illeg}|Small Coal for the forge and| Smiths work |
3 | 06 | 8 |
To an Accompt of mens work preparing te Mint and making the furnace heads for that Coinage | } |
3 | 16 | 1$\frac{1}{2}$ |
To an Accompt of Depursments for oy|u|r necessaries for that Coinage |
3 | 02 | 7$\frac{1}{2}$ |
To Refineing 8 stone 4 p^{d} 3 ounces 15 {drop} silver for that Coinage att 1£ stone weight | } |
8 | 05 | 3$\frac{1}{2}$ |
To David Calendar for Six Precepts for the Quarterly Sallaries from Martinmas 1704 to Candlemas 1706 | } |
1 | 09 | 0 |
To a Small accompt due to the Master upon the {kerneels} of fineness of that Coiange as the Mint Records | } |
1 | 09 | 9$\frac{1}{3}$ |
To the Workmens wages putting y^{e} Mint in order for y^{e} recoinage |
2 | 05 | 10 |
To the fraught of Goods sent from the tower of London to y^{e} mint and Cariage from Leith to Edinb^{r} accompt |
20 | 15 | 00 |
Ib he craves allowance of £31. 19. 2 being y^{e} Loss upon 295 Guineas which he received from the Collector of y^{e} Bullion att 23 shill. 8^{d} Guinea In Payn^{t} of 350£ ordered for y^{e} suppport of y^{e} Coiange in y^{e} months of march & Aprile 1707 | } |
31 | 19 | 2 |
To the Price of ten horses bought for the miln, One being shott in y^{e} ark and another dieing att y^{e} work | } |
73 | 19 | 11$\frac{1}{3}$ |
He Craves allowance for the mantainance of 8 horses for miln from 15^{th} August 1707 to 15^{th} March 1709 being 19 months att 14^{d} horse a day | } |
269 | 14 | 8 |
He Craves allowance for two servants who waited on y^{e} horses and miln att 12^{d} each a day | } |
57 | 16 | 0 |
To an Accompt of shoes for the horses |
10 | 07 | 4$\frac{1}{2}$ |
To an Accompts of skin aprons to y^{e} Moneyrs for {Iusting}, a {Cover} to y^{e} Compting room table covers to the Clerk, {Dask}, & Locks & bands to them | } |
05 | 10 | 8 |
To an Accompt of books and paper to the Mint |
12 | 04 | 11 |
To an Accompt of Coals furnished for y^{e} moneyrs their blenching & nealing offices and Working room | } |
36 | 18 | 10 |
To an Accompt of Candle |
8 | 11 | 3 |
To an accompt of Allom |
18 | 06 | 8 |
To and Accompt for upholding the files |
22 | 00 | 11$\frac{1}{2}$ |
To the Smiths mens wages att the forg for Rollers, Dyes, Cutters and upholding the {Coy} iron work accompt | } |
41 | 09 | 11 |
To an accompt of iron and steell fro the forge |
60 | 10 | 0$\frac{1}{2}$ |
To an Accompt of small Coal for the forge |
10 | 13 | 5$\frac{1}{2}$ |
To an Accompt of Oil Greese and soap furnished by the Smith to y^{e} miln {illeg} and Some other Litle work | } |
04 | 06 | 2 |
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8{illeg}|20| |
17. |
5$\frac{2}{3}$ |
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To fraught of a second Cargo of goods from London sent by M^{r} Cave |
3 | 15 | 11 |
To Cariage therof to Edinbr and Charges |
0 | 16 | 6 |
To m^{r} Caves accompt of said Goods and Postage of a Letter |
34 | 09 | 5 |
To an Accompt for Dyes paid to Richard Morgan and a letter |
14 | 01 | 5 |
To an Accompt of land Cariage of Dyes from London |
2 | 15 | 11 |
To an accompt of weights bought for y^{e} Mint from y^{e} Equivalent ofice |
9 | 18 | 0 |
To an Accompt of Mufflers for the Assay masters furnaces |
2 | 05 | 2 |
To two Accompts of furniture for the miln horses |
9 | 13 | 4 |
To an Accompt of Copper Work |
24 | 16 | 7 |
To an Accompt of Brass work |
23 | 12 | 0 |
To 200 weight Quick Silver from Holand att 5 sh 6^{d} |
55 | 00 | 0 |
To an Accompt of Sand for the Mint |
01 | 16 | 10 |
To an Accompt of {meall} for dusting the molds |
3 | 18 | 6$\frac{2}{3}$ |
To an Accompt of saw Dust for the moneyrs blenching |
1 | 07 | 2 |
To the Massons accompt |
30 | 10 | 0 |
To the Wrights accompts |
74 | 03 | 4 |
To the Glasiers Accompt |
04 | 10 | 0 |
To the Plaisterers Accompt |
01 | 01 | 8 |
To William Grays accompts from the iron miln for iron ports, Lignit, and neeling pans |
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216 | 13 | 4 |
To an accompt of Expences searching of prosecuting a false Coiner |
7 | 08 | 6 |
To Recording in Excheq^{r} Her maties two warands to y^{e} officers of the Mint & Exers of Daniel Stewart Collector of y^{e} Bullion for paying up y^{e} money for y^{e} Recoinage, And charge for the sds Warands att London |
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3 | 05 | 4 |
To two Large Wee Sieves for the Moneyrs |
1 | 10 | 0 |
To an Accompt of rubing brushes |
1 | 08 | 8 |
To an accompts of Hogs Lard for the Presses |
5 | 12 | 1 |
To an accompt of Lead work |
3 | 05 | 0 |
To an accompt of locks |
1 | 08 | 8$\frac{1}{2}$ |
To an accompt of Sacken and harden for boots & mittans to y^{e} melters |
1 | 09 | 10 |
To an accompt of Coy small Depursements for necessaries |
16 | 04 | 4$\frac{1}{3}$ |
To the General and Coy officers and Clerk their Sallaries acco^{t} from 1st feb. 1708 to 1st febry 1709 |
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1461 | 13 | 4 |
To Refineing 12834 Pound 15 penny Weight of Silver particular Accompt |
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500 | 19 | 1$\frac{3}{4}$ |
To the Coiange of 104227 Pound 10 ounces English Troy weight att p^{d} wght Answering to 1: 13: 4 allowed by the Scots acts for the Coinage of the Scots stone weight Consisting of 16 pd Scots Weight of 16 Scots onces {sic} in y^{e} pd, The Scots pound reckoned att 15 onces {sic} 111 penny weight 4 Grains English |
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8293 | 18 | 9 |
He Craves allowance of 1 penny pd weight of 103346 pd wght Coined by y^{e} moneyrs sent from London He being obliged to pay ym att 9 pence p^{d} weight wch is 1 penny Extraordinary |
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0430 | 12 | 2 |
He Craves allowance of the Deficiency upon y^{e} Assay peeces {sic} of y^{e} money accompt |
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10 | 19 | 9 |
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To 18 pound weight of Allay {illeg} the Pot-bills att 9 pence pd weight |
00 | 13 | 6 |
He Craves allowance for a workman keepd making the Clay heads for the furnaces and repairing the severall furnaces |
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20 | 00 | 0 |
He Craves allowance of 100 Mks Scots paid to y^{e} maiers of Councel attending the triall was made of y^{e} Pix in Septembr 1707 as is usuall |
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05 | 11 | 1$\frac{1}{3}$ |
He Craves allowance for the Clerks of Councell & Servants their dues and for y^{e} Extract of y^{e} Masters Exoneration |
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05 | 00 | 00 |
He Craves allowance of 2$\frac{1}{2}$ penny ounce of 1553 ounces Silver imported by merchants to y^{e} mint & Coined since May Last, as y^{e} Encouragement given by y^{e} Coinage act past at London y^{e} Last session |
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16 | 03 | 6$\frac{1}{2}$ |
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11303. |
07. |
8$\frac{1}{12}$ |
Total |
12124. |
05. |
$\frac{5}{12}$ |