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To the most Honourable the Earle of Oxford & Earle Mortimer Lord High Treasurer of great Britain.

May it please your Lordship

In obedience to your Lordships Order of Reference of 26th of last Febr. upon the Memorial of Mr Anstis for raising the price of the Tynn in Cornwal from 3li. 13s to 3li. 14s. 6d per ton symbol in text merchants weight: We have considered the same & are humbly of opinion that the price be raised to 3li 15s, so that for the future it may be sold in Cornwall but one shilling per ton symbol in text cheaper then in London; the difference of the freight from London & from Cornwall to places abroad being but small.

All which is most humbly submitted to your Lordships

great wisdome

[1]



C: Peyton

Is. Newton

E Phelipps

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The Report of the Officers of the Mint upon the Memorial of Mr Anstis for raising the price of the Tynn in Cornwall.

11 Mar 171213

Agreed

[1] Mint Office
9 Mar. 17123.

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