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Sir

His Maty having signifyed his pleasure that an accot: be forthwith layd before the House of Commons of the Clear produce of the Coynage Duty for the three severall Years last past respectively And also of the charge of Coyning Gold & Silver money And the Established charge of the Mint in England & Scotland and Incident charges attending the same for the said three years respectively the Lords Commrs: of his Mats. Treasury desire you to cause the said Accot: to be forthwith made up and laid before the House of Commons I am &c

16 Feby 1715/6 Wm Lowndes

[1] Sr. Isaac Newton to lay an Accot: of the Coynage duty before the House

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