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To the Warden, Master & Comptroller of Chester Mint

Gentlemen

Vnderstanding that your Clerks are much behind hand in their Day-bookes we require them to attend dayly in the Office from eight in the morning till twelve & from two till five in the afternoon untill their Day-books be compleat to the present time upon pain of suspension for neglect & we direct you to see that they do attend in the Office accordingly & that their sallaries be not paid them any further untill their books be compleat, which we expect will be done in a fortnight

Is: Newton

[1]

Tho: Neale

Tho Hall

[2]

[1] Send up presently the first day books which we suppose are finished long since

[2] Mint Office octor 29: 1697

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