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1.

Copies of English and Latin warrants and other records dating back to the reign of Richard I relating to the appointment, oaths, duties, privileges and powers of lieutenants, chief porters and wardens of the Tower

Author: Unknown

Source: MINT 19/3/344-85, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00800

2.

Council orders to the Mint to supply a list of residents there not connected with the Mint, and to the Lieutenant of the Tower to hand over to the Mint the buildings claimed by it

Author: Unknown

Source: MINT 19/3/436, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00801

3.

Documents relating to the expulsion of non-Mint personnel from Mint premises

Author: Unknown, Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/418-19, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00802

4.

Another clerical copy of MINT00802(a) (Mint 19/3/418r)

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/437, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00803

5.

Royal warrant to the Lieutenant of the Tower

Author: Unknown

Source: MINT 19/3/422, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00804

6.

Royal warrant to the Mint wardens William Parkhurst and Anthony St Leger repeating the order to expel non-Mint personnel

Author: Unknown

Source: MINT 19/3/420-21, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00805

7.

Confirmation of Tower residents' privileges

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/402, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00806

8.

Holograph notes on smiths, plumbers and repairs, with names of several officers and servants, dating back to 1643

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/413-14, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00807

9.

Holograph extracts from earlier masters' indentures relating to Mint independence and freedom of entry and exit

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/401, 403, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00808

10.

Holograph copy of a clause in the master's indenture guaranteeing freedom of entry and exit

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/408, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00809

11.

Draft report: 'An accompt of what belongs to the Warden of his Mties Mint within the Tower of London', listing the buildings regarded as the warden's property and those that used to be regarded as such

Author: Unknown

Source: MINT 19/1/25, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00810

12.

Certificate exempting Christopher Priddeth, by virtue of his position as Mint clerk, from civic duties and taxation

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/404-5, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00811

13.

Clerical copy of MINT00811 (Mint 19/3/405) with emendations by Newton and name left blank

Author: Unknown, Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/406, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00812

14.

Detailed list of grievances against Lord Lucas (Lieutenant of the Tower) and his staff

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/409-10, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00813

15.

Indignant denial of the charges levelled in MINT00813 (Mint 19/3/409-10)

Author: Lord Lucas

Source: MINT 19/3/386-9, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00814

16.

Clerical copies of affidavits supporting MINT00814 (Mint 19/3/386-9) from the bailiff and beadle of the Tower, the guard involved in the fight, his guests, the Tower guards and others

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/390-99, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00815

17.

Report on wardens since 1672 with commendation of Newton as the first not to treat the post as a sinecure

Author: Thomas Fowle

Source: MINT 19/1/21-3, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00816

18.

Report of the demolition by the Ordnance Office of the smith's house at the Mint

Author: Thomas Fowle

Source: MINT 19/3/415, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00817

19.

'Draught of a Memoriall by the Officers of the Mint relateing to the Mint privileges'

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/416-17, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00818

20.

Reply to complaints about the demolition of the smith's house

Author: Ordnance Office

Source: MINT 19/3/412, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00819

21.

The smith's house has probably belonged to the Ordnance since the latter's creation

Author: Ordnance Office

Source: MINT 19/3/429-30, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00820

22.

Holograph notes on expenditure 1687-8

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/1/345, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00821

23.

The Irish Mint, which Lucas [Lieutenant of the Tower] now demands possession of, was transferred from the Mint to the Ordnance during the civil wars but restored to the Mint in 1662

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/400, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00822

24.

Complaint about encroachments on Mint jurisdiction

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/407, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00823

25.

Further holograph draft of MINT00823 (Mint 19/3/407), also dated 20 July 1715

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/424, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00824

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