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Mint office 22°. Febr. 1697


We have considered of yor. Letter & of the Charges you say the King will be putt to by altering the Smith's Shopp yor. Letter doth menton, but seeing there is noe other Convenien{c}y|t| way nor place for the Melter, We doe hereby, direct you to lett him have the Said Shopp, & to suffer him to make Such Alteracons as well be necessary for his Worke; the Monyr. much in the meane time make Shift with th' other old Shopp: This is what we thought fitt to order you at present. who are


Yor. loving Freinds {sic}.

Is. Newton

Tho: Neale

Tho: Molyneux


[1] Mr. Clarke & Mr. Halley

[2] To Mr. Tho: Clarke & Edmond Halley Officer's of his Majties. Mint at Chester

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