Their Lordships appoint the day of trial & order any one or two to attend the trial in their name & to report it to them. They Lordships also give notice to the Officers of the Mint & to the parties concerned to attend. And that any gentleman of Ireland which shall desire to see it may have time to apply to their Lordships for leave, the day of trial may be appointed a fortnight or three weeks hence. Mr Wood to bring his grant.


April 14

Having by me cloth for a suit of Cloaths, I ask your kindness to enable me to make it up being at present n very indifferently habited, I ask your pardon for laying before you my wants; you have pleas'd often very generously to supply them + given me abundant reason with the greatest gratitude to return you my humble thanks

< insertion from the left margin > I am Sir.

Your most obliged Humble Servant

Iohn Arnold < text from f 462r resumes >


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