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


Is. Newton


To be paid out of Civil List money since 8 March

Sir Isaac Newton

[1] Mint Office
21 Dec. 1702.

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