I have \considered &/ examined the Vouchers of Mr Iames Girards Bill \hereunto annexed/ for engraving of seales \which your Lordsh were pleased to/ referred to the Principal Officers of his Mats Mint by yor Lordps \the 8{t}Feb 17212/ & \humbly certifie your Lordship that/ I find them right & the work good and the prizes reasonable according to the prizes\being the same/ heretofore allowed for \{before}/ work of the same like sizes & that the seales have \been/ delivered.

{A}ll wch is most humbly submitted &c


{{illeg}} it likewise appeares to me by proper receipts that the seales in the sd Bill mentioned have been delivered to the respective Offices or Officers of State they were ordered for, and as they have been weighed in the mint that they are of {illeg} Weight expressed in the sd. Bill

7. March. 1721.

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