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To the Right Honourable the Lord High Treasurer of Great Britain

May it please Your Lordship

The time of the Year approaching for exporting Tin, into the streights and an hundred Tunns being the last summer melted into Barrs for that purpose. Wee humbly pray Your Lordships directions whether that Tin and so much more as shall be thought convenient shall be put on Board her Majesties men of warr in the next Convoy into the Mediterranean, to be carried to Leghorn and Genoa or the Trade in the Mediterranean be left to the Merchants management.

All which is most humbly submitted to your Lordships

Great Wisdom.

C. Peyton

Is. Newton

In Ellis

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Report about sending Tyn to the Straights.

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