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October 1715.

Received then of Sir Isaac Newton Knight Master and Worker of His Majestys Mint the thirty medals of Gold mentiond in the Warrant on the other side written, Weighing Twenty one Ounces Eighteen pennyweight and twenty grains, I say received by Me

Clement Cottrell.

21oz: 18dwt: 20gr. of fine Gold at 4£: 07s: 06d per oz £ 95:19:1012
making 30 Medals at 3s a piece 4:10:00
His Majestys Sign Manual to the Lords of the Treasury about
the said Medals
} 4:05:00
Their Lordships Warrant to Sir Is: Newton to deliver the same 1:15:00.
Warrant to the Auditor of the Exchequer for paying the Money
out of the Civil List
} 1:15:00
Fees at the Exchequer in receiving the Money 0:07:06.
£ 108:12:0412

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