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

May it please your Lordship

In obedience to your Lordships Order of Reference of May the 5t upon the Memorial of the Right Honourable the Earl of Darby for coyning copper money in her Majesties Mint to be current only in the Isle of Mann, We have considered the same, & are humbly of opinion that no money than her Majesties should be coined in her Majesties Mint: but leave may be given to the Gravers or Moneyers of her Majesties Mint, if it be thought fit, to make any quantity of Medalls for his Lordship of such sizes as his Lordship shall desire, the form & inscriptions being first approved by your Lordship, or by the Officers of her Majesties Mint by virtue of her Majesties Warrant already granted them concerning Medalls

All which is most humbly submitted

to your Lordships great Wisdome

[1]

C: Peyton

Is. Newton

In Ellis

[1] Mint Office
Iune 25. 1708

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