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October 1715.

Received then of Sr. Isaac Newton Knt. Master and Worker of His Mats: Mint the thirty medals of Gold menīond in the Warrant on the other side written, Weighing Twenty one Ounces Eighteen pennyweight and twenty grains, I say received by Me

Clement Cottrell.

21oz: 18dwt: 20gr. of fine Gold at 4£: 07s: 06d ꝑ oz £ 95:19:1012
making 30 Medals at 3s a peice {sic} 4:10:00
His Mats. Sign Manual to the Lords of the Treary about
the said Medals
} 4:05:00
Their Lordships Warrt. to Sr. Is: Newton to deliver the same 1:0|1|5:00.
Warrt. to the Auditor of the Excheqr. for paying the Money
out of the Civil List
} 1:15:00
Fees at the Exchequer in receiving the Money 0:07:06.
£ 108:12:0412

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