After Our hearty Commendations By Virtue of a Warrant under His Majestys Royal Signe Mannual dated the 15 Instant, These are to pray & Require you to provide and deliver or cause to be provided and delivered unto Sir Clement Cotterell Knight (Master of Ceremonies to his Majestye) Thirty such Medalls of Gold as were distributed at his Majestys Coronation, And of the same Weight and fineness being intended for the several Foreign Ministers and others mentioned in the Copy of a List or Schedule hereunto Annexed, According to the Directions of His Majestys said sign Manual in that behalf And for so doing this together with the Acquittance of the said Sir Clement Cottrell shall be your sufficient Warrant. Whitehall Treasury Chambers 21 Septr 1715.

Rid: Onslow


Will St Quintin

Edwd. Wortley

[1] To Our very loving Freind Sir Isaac Newton Knight
Master and Worker of His Majesties Mint

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