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.


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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