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To the Right Honble: the Lords Commrs of His Majestys Treasury.

May it Please Your Lordships

At the foot of my Accts: (as Warden) for prosecuting Clippers and Coyners, wch: are no fully past and determined there remains due to me from his Majesty the sum of 169: 10: 07 34 Which sum I most humbly Pray your Lordships to allow me out of the Moneys Imprest to Mr. Neale and now remaining in the hands of Mr. Fauquier, by Issuing your Lordships warrant to the Auditors to allow the same in Mr. Neales accts now in their hands

All which is most humbly submitted

Is: Newton.

30th: Aprill 1701.

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