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To the Excellencies the Lords Iustices of England
The humble Representation of the Officers of his Majestys Mint.


May it please your Excellencies.

That the Irish Mint now demanded by the Lord Lucas in his Memorial as well as some other places now in his possession were granted to the Officers of the Mint by several Charters & Indentures under the broad seal in former Reigns & by two Indentures from his present Majesty as may appeare by the clause of the Indentures hereunto annexed. And some of the said places having been got out of the hands of the said Officers by the Garrison & others in the late civil warrs were by several orders of Council restored to the Mint in 1662 uopn setting up the new way of coyning by the Mill & Press &

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