\That the Queens houses be upheld:/ That nothing be added altered or done at her Mats charge in the inside or windows of any \dwelling/ h{illeg}|ouse| for the sake of any Tenant or Tenants not belonging to her Majts Mint \or for letting the house to such a tenant{sic}/. And that workmen who bring in any bills with any Articles or Articles of |ye| sort to be paid of by her Majty, be dismist the service of the Mint.

That the Gunner of the Tower to place order the Gunns in such a manner that they do not upon firing they may do least harm to the windows glass windows of the Mint.


Mr {illeg}|A|llen

Mr Poree a little below Limehouse Hole. A mercht in London.

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