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1.

The Mint has room to store over 2,000 tons of tin without interfering with coinage work

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/560, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00676

2.

Holograph draft report on the staff and equipment necessary for the Mint to take charge of storing and selling tin on behalf of the Crown

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/476, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00677

3.

Four holograph drafts of MINT00677 (Mint 19/3/476)

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/473, 492, 506, 508, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00678

4.

Holograph draft memorandum on organisation, staff and apparatus required for the Mint to handle tin

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/494, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00679

5.

The warden, comptroller and assay master consider that the royal tin trade should in future be overseen by the Mint Board: Newton refers the decision to the Treasury

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/495, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00680

6.

Proposes himself as the receiver to administer the Queen's tin

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/475, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00681

7.

Estimated charges for handling tin

Author: Tobias Dixon

Source: MINT 19/3/481, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00682

8.

Holograph draft memorandum on the Queen's trade in tin, predicting a loss to the Crown of over quarter of a million pounds by the end of a seven-year contract with the Cornish tin mines

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/520, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00683

9.

On arrangements for transporting tin to Portsmouth prior to export

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/514, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00684

10.

Proposal to raise the price of tin to £6 a hundredweight, with calculations of the profit this would generate. The Dutch cannot have much tin in the East Indies or they would be exporting it in quantity already

Author: John Williams

Source: MINT 19/3/532, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00685

11.

Memorandum on the royal tin trade

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/561, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00686

12.

'To proue that a quantity of Tin cannot be had in ye East Indies'

Author: John Williams

Source: MINT 19/3/519, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00687

13.

Proposal concerning the premption of tin

Author: William Tyndal

Source: MINT 19/3/600-606, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00688

14.

Proposal to raise credit using Crown stocks of tin, cloth, wool, copper etc. as security

Author: William Tyndal

Source: MINT 19/3/525, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00689

15.

Argument for an increase in the price of tin

Author: John Williams

Source: MINT 19/3/597-9, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00690

16.

Holograph draft reports, one on the proposals of Tyndal to raise credit on tin, and one on those of Williams to raise the price, following discussions with them

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/534, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00692

17.

Holograph fragment of a report on discussions with Williams about his proposal, in part identical with the above

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/535, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00693

18.

John Williams: 'Considerations Relating to the Advancing the Price of Tinne'

Author: John Williams

Source: MINT 19/3/578-82, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00694

19.

Another copy of MINT00694 (Mint 19/3/578-82), missing the first page

Author: John Williams

Source: MINT 19/3/584-7, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00695

20.

Holograph notes concerning the selling of tin

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/538, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00696

21.

Holograph draft notes relating to the tin trade, probably preparatory to MINT00696 (Mint 19/3/538) or a closely related document, with lists of expenses and several series of calculations, some relating to the tin trade and others to astronomical movements

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/539-40, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00697

22.

Variant holograph calculations for MINT00696 (Mint 19/3/538)

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/522, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00698

23.

Incomplete report on foreign tin trade

Author: John Drummond

Source: MINT 19/3/577, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00699

24.

Holograph notes on the price of tin from Siam

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/533, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00700

25.

'A Report made Sept. 23. 1706 upon the proposals of Mr Holt & Mr Williams dated May 31th & Iuly 17th 1706'

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/545, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00701

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