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To the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of his Majestys Treasury.

May it please your Lordshipps

The prosecution of Coyners during the three last years having put me to various small expenses in coach-hire & at Taverns & Prisons & other places of all which it is not possible for me to make accompt on oath, your Lordships were pleased to give me hopes of an allowance for the same which I humbly pray may be an hundred & twenty pounds and that your Lordships will please to direct an Order to the Auditor Mr Bridges for allowing the same in my Accompts. All which is most humbly submitted to your Lordships great wisdome

Is. Newton

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A Memorial of the Warden of the Mint about his Expences in prosecuting Coyners.

To be allowed in his accompt of {money} by him {received} for prosecution of Clippers + Coyners.

[1] Mint Office Oct. 1
 1699.

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