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To the Rt Honble the Lds Commrs of his Mats Treary.

May it ple{illeg}|a|se yor Lordps

It being usual to place the Kings Arms upon the the {sic} reverses of the larger species of the moneys: I humbly pray yo{r} Lordps that so soon as his Mats Arms are setled, I may have such Orders or Directions as are proper, for preparing Draughts of the several species of the moneys for to be affixed to a Warrant \under the sign manual/ for coyo{illeg}|n|ing the same. All wch is most humbly submitted &c.

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