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To the Right Honourable the Earl of Godolphin Lord High Treasurer of great Britain.

May it please your Lordship

Your Lordships Warrant & the Precepts of the Lords Commissioners of her Majesties Treasury of Scotland thereupon for paying moneys due to Dr Gregory, m{e} & my Clerk, being (after an unnecessary delay of payment) become void by the death of Mr Stuart, I humbly pray that your Lordship will please to give such new order for the payment of the said moneys as your Lordship in your great wisdome shall think fit

{Is. Newton}

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[1] Mint Office 14 Apr. 1708

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