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Whereas by an order of his Majesties Court of Exchequer at Westminster Anthony Redhead late deputy Master & Worker of his Majesties late Mint at norwich & now in your Custody is to bee at liberty to Attend the chiefe officers of his Majesties Mint in the Tower of London for making up his Accompts with his Majestie for the aforesaid Mint at norwich And for making out his Discovery of the Imbursement comitted there, Vpon his giving such security to his Majestie as shal bee approved by the said Officers These are therefore to Certifie That the said Anthony Redhead hath accordingly given Security to his Majestie which wee the said Officers have approved & taken & the Bond is now in our keeping: By which Security hee the said Anthony Redhead is pursuant to the said Order to whome into your Custody after a certain time. In witnesse whereof wee the said officers have hereunto sett our hands & seales this six and twentieth day of March Ao. Dom 1700. And in the twelfth year of his said Majesties reigne

To Sir Charles Duncome & Sir Ieffery
Ieffreys {illeg}ights Sheriff of the City of
London.

[1] Note:The contents of this note are only visible in the diplomatic transcript because they were deleted on the original manuscript

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