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Sir Isaac Newton being threatned with a prosecution at Law by one of the Hamiltons who was sent some time since with Monsr. Brandshagen to make a tryall of Silver Mines said to be found in Scotland The Lords Commissioners of his Majestys Treasury are pleased to direct you (in case of such a prosecution) to appeare and Defend Sir Isaac at his Majestys charge this in the absence of the Secretarys is Signifyed by their Lordships Command from

Sir Your &c 18 Septr: 1723


[1] Mr. Cracherode about Sir Isaac Newton

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