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To Mr Edmond Halley &c.

To Mr Edmond Halley &c

Sir

Mr. Molineux Acquainting me that he had received a Letter from you imparting a strong suspicion of some foule Play either among the Teller's or in the Melting house or both whereby the Money comes out worse than heretofore, We have sent downe a Teller & desire you to imploy him not only in telling but in inspecting the other Teller's & to Turne out those Teller's who either through Vnskillfullness or Corruption receive bad Money which may easily be discovered by letting him Examine some of the Money received by them

Isaac Newton

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[1] London 21°. Iune 1697

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