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To the most Honorable the Earle of Oxford and Earle Mortimer Lord High Treasurer of Great Britain

May it please your Lordship

In obedience to your Lordship's order we have perused the Memorial and Certificate {illeg}|i|n favour of Mr. Catesby Oadham against Mr. Brattell communicated to us the 15th. instant, and having fully considered the same we find no reason to alter our opinion con{illeg}|c|erning either of them certified in our former Reports to your Lordship,

Which is most humbly submitted to your Lordship's great Wisdom

[1]

C. Peyton

Is. Newton

P. Phelipps

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Report of the Officers of the Ordnance\Mint/ on a Petiīon of Mr Oadham

[1] Mint Office the 26th. August
    1713

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