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At the Court at Kensington 24th Iune 1713

Present

The Queen's most Excellent Majesty

Her Majesty having been pleased to Declare, That she would have Meddals Stampt to perpetuate the Memory of the happy Conclusion of the Peace And there having been this day presented to her Majesty a Draft of such Medal{s}, Her Majesty was pleased to Approve thereof, And to Order, as it is hereby Ordered, That the Master of Her Majesties Mint do forthwith cause to be made & prepared such Number of Medals of Gold, and of such Value according to the abovesaid Draft as shall be directed under Her Majestys Royall Signet & Sign Manuall, And to be distributed in such manner as her Majesty shall think fit. And the Right Honourable the Lord High Treasurer of Great Britain is to give the necessary Directions herein

I Povey

[1] Orders of Councill about Medalls for the Peace.

[2] {illeg} July 14

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