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An Accompt of all the Gold & Silver monies coyned by the Mill & Press.

Coyned from ye last of March 1663 to the last of Sept 1695

Gold monies 8,{illeg}|{0}|29929. 4. 6
Silver monies 1{illeg}|{0}|,569080. 2. 8
Gold & silver monies 1
Gold monies 7,226,170. |0|4. 06
Silver monies 3,709,435. 14. {illeg}|04|
Gold & Silver 1,935,605. 18. 10

Coyned from the first of Ian 1695 to ye first of Ian 1698 excluded

London 5057723. 11. 00
{ York 308,621. 13. 08
In silver at Bristol 458,078. 06. 04
Exeter 459,072. 10. 08
{illeg}|In| silver at Chester 316,840. 06. 08
Norwich 258,808. 00. 00
Silver at all ye Country Mints 1,801,420. 17. 04
Silver at L{illeg} London 5,057,723. 11. 00
Silver at all ye Mints 6,{illeg}|8|59,144. 08. 04
In Gold at London 803,759. 00. 00
Gold & Silver at all ye Mints 7,{illeg}|6|62,903. 08. {illeg}|0|4.

Coyned from the last of March 1663 to ye first of Ian. 16989 exclusive

Gold monies {illeg}|8|,029,929. 04. 06
Silver monies 10,569,080. 02. 08
Gold & Silver 18,599,009. 07. 02

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