Wherefore we humbly propose to yor Lops that the House of Commons may be moved that the Act of Coynage may be renewed this Session of Parliamt with an augmentation of the Duty from ten shillings per Tunn to fifteen shillings upon Wines &c & from 20s to 30s per Tun upon Brandy with such restrictions or applications of the money arising therefrom as the House shall think fit when it shall appear that the Income shall exceed the charge of the Mint

Which is most humbly submitted to yor Lordps great Wisdom

Rich Sand{ford}

Is. New{ton}

Mint Office
7 Feb. 1715

Abstract of moneys
out of the Excheqr out of ye Coinage
Duty exclusive of what has been {illeg}|fo|r
the Mint in Scotland & for prose-
cuting clippers & coyners
Charges of the Coinage of Gold &
Silver moneys exclusive of
Salaries & Repairs of Houses
Officers & Buildings.
1711 586513612 1711 517883
1712 405116.912 1712 124317112
1713 50555212 1713 479639
1714 10036197 1714 1022833
1715 9706151 1715 1343061
3471610212 34876.{illeg}|18|512

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