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Gentlemen.

It having been Represented to My Lord Treasurer that the Accompts of the late Master and Worker of the Mint at Edenburgh do stop for want of a Tryal of the Pix: his Lordships Directs You to consider of that matter and to Attend his Lordship here next Tuesday at five of the Clock in the afternoon with Your Report in what Manner, where, and when, you conceive the same may most properly be done; And whether (for the avoiding of Expence and Trouble as much as may be) the pix in the Mint in the Tower may not be Try'ed at the same Time, I am

Gentlemen

Your most Humble Servt.

I: Taylour

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[1] Trery Chrs
28 Ianry: 1709
Officers of the Mint.

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