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To the Right Honourable Sidney Lord Godolphin Lord High Treasurer of England.

May it please your Lordship

There is due to me for Medals for he{r} Majesties Coronation the summ of 2485li. 18s. 3d12 and for the payment of this debt I humbly conceive the Civil List to be the proper fund. I am now to make up my Accompts for the year ending this Christmas and that I may be able to ballance this part of my Accompts I humbly {pray} your Lordship that the money above mentioned may be imprest to me before the year expire.

All which is most humbly submitted to

your Lordship great wisdome

[1]

Is. Newton

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To be paid out of Civil List money since 8 March

Sir Isaac Newton

[1] Mint Office
21 Dec. 1702.

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