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To the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of His Majestys Treasury.

May it Please Your Lordships

In Obedience to Your Lordships Order of Reference of the 24 of November last upon the Annexed Bill of Mr Barrow for Prosecuting Clippers and Coiners from Michaelmas 1713 to Michaelmas 1715. Wee humbly Certifye Your Lordships that Wee have Examined the said Bill and by the Vouchers do find that the services therein mentioned were performed. And are humbly of Opinion they may deserve the sum of two Hundred and fifty Pounds to be paid by the Master and Worker of his Majestys Mint upon your Lordships Order

All which is most humbly submitted to Your Lordships great

Wisdom

Richd Sandford

Is Newton

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[1] Mint Office the
31 Iuly 1717.

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