To the Right Honourable Sidney Godolphin Lord High Treasurer of England

May it Please Your Lordship

In Obedience to Your Lordships Reference to Vs upon Mr. Bonds petition with the papers thereunto annexed Wee have considered the Matter and are humbly of Opinion that in Consideration of his Expences and Services in discovering apprehending and prosecuting Mrs. Biss and other Coiners in Gloucestershire for between three & four years together and for his Losses in that service may deserve the summ of sixty pounds.

All which is most humbly Submitted to your Lordships great Wisdom

I Stanley

Is Newton

In Ellis


[1] Mint Office
4th. November 1703.

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