To the Right Honourable Sidney Lord Godolphin Lord High Treasurer of England.

May it please your Lordship

There is due to me . 18s. 3d12 for Medals for her Majesties Coronation the summ of 2485. 18. 312, & for the payment of this debt I conceive the civil List to be the proper fund. I am now to make up my Accompts for the year ending this Christmas & that I may be able to ballance this part of my Accompts I humbly pray your Lordship that the money above mentioned may be imprest to me before the year expire.

All which is most humbly submitted &c.

Is. Newton


September 24th 1713

Received of Sir Isaac Newton Master & Worker of her Majesties Mint two hundred & fifty Medals of fine gold weighing one hundred eighty & four ounces five penny weight & nineteen grains, vizt 150 medals by my own hands weighing 110oz. 9dwt. 18gr 50 medals by the hands of Mr Taylor weighing 36oz 12dwt & 50 medals by the hands of the most Honourable the Earl of Oxford & Earl Mortimer Lord High Treasurer of great Britain weighing 37oz. 4dwt. 1gr. I say received in all 250 Medals weighing 184oz 5dwt. 19gr.



150 Medals. Weight 110.9.18 Symbol (tick) in text
50 37.4.1 Symbol (tick) in text
50 36.12.0 Symbol (tick) in text

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