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Mr Beranger {illeg}|i|s willing to ensure ye paymts at 1 pr cent.

He is willi{illeg}|n|g to sell according to a price set \either/ in gilders or in English money & to be accountable {illeg} in the same money after the manner |that| /Merchants account to one another. His Lordp may alter the price\

When the Tinn become|s| deliverable {illeg} if his Lordp is \not/ ready to receive\dispose/ of it he is willing |to| keep it a while longer a{illeg}|t| 2s pr Tun per an. |warehouse room|

Not willing to give 4 {illeg} for any great parcel but only from time to {sic} time & his Lordp he

That he {illeg}|h|as received 26000li & when he has 4000li \more/ there will be deliverable 4{illeg}|8|0 Tunns, & \he/ {there is} ready to receive your Lordps order about it before that to in order to execute it so soon as their Tin is deliverable. & \he/ is ready to deliver the same as soon as yor Lordp pleases to order it.

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The Charges of Bringing 480 Tuns of tin from Amsterdam to ye Tower of London

To freight ton symbol in text L0. 0. 6
To Labourers & Incidents 0. 0. 6
Sh. 1. 0
Tuns 480
{illeg} 960. 0
Sh 320. 0
£ 160

400 Tuns of Tin

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