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That Spanish dollars & are valued at London as bullion & if they should be brought to London they may be weighed at the Mint & valued as bullion 1dwt worse then standard, or at 5s 134d sterling per ounce.

But if they are received by tale at Port Mahan, they may be taken at 4s 5d34 a piece in English money

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8, 51, 20 = 1900 Dollar
8, 51, 24 = 190 Dollars

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