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Mint Office 18th March 17023

Sir

In answer to yours of Mar. 16th, I humbly desire you to acquaint my Lord High Treasurer that I have in my hands some money imprest formerly to Mr Neale, out of other Funds then the Coynage Duty, out of which I pay a salary of sixty pounds per annum to Mr Robt Weddell by Warrant for his services in prosecuting Clippers & Coyners, and I am humbly of opinion that out of this money the summe of forty pounds may be paid to Mrs Ann Morris in satisfaction of her husbands like services. I am

Sir

Your most humble Servant

Is. Newton.

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Morris
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For the Honourable William Lowndes Es

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