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To The Right Honourable the Lord High Treasurer of Great Britaine

May it please your Lordship

Her Majestie haveing sent down to Her Mint in Scotland three of the Monyers to stay in the service of that Mint till they should be recalled by Her Majestie of your Lordships order. & the Recoinage of the Scittish Money being now at an end so that there is no further occasioned for theire staying there; & one of them being dead & the other two being allow'd by Her Majesties Warrant three shillings per diem to each dureing theire stay at that Mint when theire is no coinage: at the desire of the Master of that Mint I humbly lay the matter before your Lordship in order to theire being recaled for saving that charge theire names are Richd. Collard & Henry Haley

All which is most humbly submitted

Is: Newton

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[1] Mint office 14 March 17089

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