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To the Right Honble Sidney Lord Godolphin Lord High Treasurer of England.

In obedience to your Lordsps Order of Reference signified to us by Mr. Lowndes the 22th. of Iune last we have examined Mrs. Morrices Bill for service done by her husband in apprehending and Prosecuting Coyners &c. And are humbly of opinion upon examining her Vouchers that she may deserve the sum of |forty pounds| in consideration of her Bill, her husband having been always very zealous in the Prosecution of Coyners &c.

All which is humbly submitted to your |Lordsps| great wisdom by

[1]

I Stanley

Is. Newton

In Ellis

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officers of ye Mint Rept. about Mr Morris

read 15 March 1702
Lett the Mar of ye Mint certifie what mo is in his hand to pay this to pay this 40{s} {sic}.

[1] mint office Ian: 20th. 1702

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