To the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of his Majesties Treasury

May it please your Lordshipps

The press house in the Mint & part of the provost of the Monyrs house are {ruinous} and need to be rebuilt this summer. And the Charge of rebuilding the same according to our workmens Estemates hereunto Annexed amount to 580£: 00s: 00d

Wee further presume to lay before your Lordshipps that part of the Comptrollers house is verry old and decayed and not safe to be Inhabited the Walls being shrunk from the Timber and hitherto preserved by {illeg} soe that our workmen deem it requisite that the decayed part thereof (before it be again Inhabited) be rebuilt the Charge whereof by the annexed Estemate of our Workmen will amount to 335£: 10s 00d And wee most humbly pray your Lordshipps Order for rebuilding the {privy}

I Stanley

Is Newton

Tho Molyenux

Cha: Mason

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