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To the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of His Majestys Treasury

May it Please Your Lordships

According to Your Lordships Order of 10th. March 171415, Wee have Considered the Petition of the Gravers of His Majesty's Mint hereunto annexed, and are satisfyed of the Truth of the Things therein represented: And now an Act of Parliament is passed which makes Mr. Croker the head Graver, (a Foreigner Naturalized many years ago) capable of being continued in his Place of Graver by a Patent or Constitution, Wee are humbly of Opinion that it is for his Majestys service to grant the said Petition

All which is humbly submitted to Your Lordships great Wisdom

Rich Sandford

[1]

Isaac Newton

[1] Mint Office
Septr: 14: 1715

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