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Charges of bringing her Maties Gold from Portsmouth and melting it into Ingotts
The charges of the Officer of ye Mint for riding 70 Post miles to Portsmouth } £s:d
1:150
Horse hire from Portsmouth 0:18:0
Expences on ye Road and at Portsmouth 1–1–0
Boat hire to go on board the Man of Warr 0–2–0
£ 3––16:0
To the Carryer for bringing it up, and for Arming Men to guard it 5 Guineas } 5:7–6
Charges of melting into Ingotts .16:0
9–19–6

Allowed the 4th March 1705/6

I: Stanley

Is: Newton

Ino Ellis

[1]

[1]

Reced ye 1st April 1706 Nine pounds three shillings six pence for the charges above mencond, and 12 pounds 18s mencon'd in my Lord Treasurers Warrant by me

G Foord

£9. 3: 6
12. 18: 0his reward
0: 16: 0for melting
L22: 17: 6

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