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1.

'The State of the Mint'

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/1/8-9, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00016

2.

Response to MINT00017 (Mint 19/1/198-9).

Author: Unknown

Source: MINT 19/1/194, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00018

3.

Response to the tender of Peter Floyer and Charles Shales for melting down hammered silver coin and converting it into standard silver: their proposed fee is excessive and they should be beaten down

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/1/197, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00024

4.

Petition for a salary increase

Author: Daniel Brattell

Source: MINT 19/1/104, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00026

5.

Referral of MINT00026 (Mint 19/1/104), in the same clerical hand

Author: Treasury

Source: MINT 19/1/105, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00027

6.

Petition for a pay increase

Author: Eight clerks

Source: MINT 19/2/498, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00029

7.

Response to the clerks' petition for a pay increase [presumably MINT00029 (Mint 19/2/498)]

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/2/499, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00030

8.

Laudatory account of the services of the late comptroller James Hoare during the recoinage

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/2/478-9, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00032

9.

£2,000 had been the customary security for the mastership until the previous incumbent, Thomas Neale, gave £15,000 to allay doubts raised by his somewhat dubious financial history

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/1/64, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00037

10.

Application for the post of weigher and teller, with details of his previous service

Author: Hopton Haynes

Source: MINT 19/1/112, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00042

11.

Recommends Hopton Haynes for the post of weigher and teller, giving an account of his previous employment at the Mint (as a clerk) and elsewhere

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/1/121, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00044

12.

Further to a petition from probationer engraver [Samuel] Bull, recommend raising his salary from £50 to £60 p.a. plus piece work

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/1/163, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00047

13.

Offers £4,000 security against renewal of his mastership: £2,000 himself and £1,000 each from Thomas Hall [master's assistant] and John Francis Fauquier [deputy master]

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/1/65, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00052

14.

Holograph preparatory notes, followed by draft letter, in response to a petition from the engravers

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/1/158, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00073

15.

Proposal for £35 p.a. for Francis Beresford to be taken on as apprentice engraver for six years to supply the place of [Gabriel] le Clerk, whose post has been vacant for some years

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/1/165, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00078

16.

Petition to succeed his late brother Daniel as assay master, having been his assistant for fifteen years

Author: Charles Brattell

Source: MINT 19/1/96-7, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00080

17.

As the clerks' salaries have not changed in the last sixty years, recommends a 25% increase

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/1/220, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00094

18.

Recommends the appointment of Robert Lowe as porter at £20 p.a. by a constitution instead of by a patent, which would cost the appointee too much

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/1/224, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00095

19.

Proposes £30 p.a. for senior engraver Croker to maintain [Francis] Beresford, who has completed his apprenticeship [see MINT00078 (Mint 19/1/165) and MINT00079 (Mint 19/1/155-6)]

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/1/151, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00096

20.

Assessment of moneyers' bills for equipping country mints and other expenses, recommending several reductions in the total submitted

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/1/214, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00113

21.

Queries about the uses to which surplus funds in the Mint's hands may be put

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/1/326, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00118

22.

Expenses on Queen Anne Coronation medals [the last batch of which was ordered on 2 June 1702] amount to £2,485.18s.3 1/2 d

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/3/336, 338, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00119

23.

Request for an increase in Mint funding

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/1/325, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00140

24.

Letter covering a copy of a Council order for a pyx trial, dated 11 June 1696

Author: Treasury

Source: MINT 19/1/234, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00151

25.

Complaint about trial plates

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: MINT 19/1/275, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

Newton Catalogue ID: MINT00179

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