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Gent

The Lords Comrs. of his Mat's: Treary being informed that the \Place of/ Assistant to the Chief Graver of his Mat's: Mint is Vacant by the death of the Mr: Saml: Bull; And observing that, by a Clause in the Letters Patent constituting the said Chief and Assistant Gravers, it is directed that in case the said Assistant's place shall be void it may be filled up by such probationer or Apprentice as shall be presented to his Maty: by the Warden, Master & Worker, and Comptr: of the Mint, by Warrant under his Mat's Royal Sign Manual, Their Lordps are pleased to recommend Mr. Iohn Rollos (to whom for his Skill and Abilities in Engravg: his Maty: has been lately pleased to Grant the Office of Engraver of his Signets, Seals, Stamps, & Arms,) to be presented to You for the said Assistant Engraver's Office. I am &ca: 16th: Augst: 1726

I. Scrope.

[1] Warden, Mar: & Worker and Comptr: \of ye Mint/ abt: Mr: Ino: Rollos

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