# Memoranda on accounting, checking and packing

That the Master receive y^{e} copper by weight upon his Notes \the same being first assayed/ & & {sic} be discharged by delivering back the same weight of money as in the|& taking||g| back his Notes as in y^{e} coynage of gold & silver.

That y^{e} Master be allowed a Clerk to attend the deliveries & Meltings & enter all receiprs & deliveries between himself the Merchant the Melter the Moneyer the Graver &c.

That assay the \{illeg}/ blanks & moneys in weight (& also in tale\goodness/ if it be thought necessary .|)| be{illeg}|fore| all persons concerned.

That the M^{r} be allowed for coynage $\frac{1}{2}$ per lw^{t} if y^{e} blanks be cast & not assayed \in fineness/, or $\frac{1}{4}$^{d} more \for hazzards/ if cast & assayed, or if they be cut out of milled barrs or|&| $\frac{1}{2}$ {illeg} not assayed in fineness or $\frac{1}{2}$ more for hazzards if assayed.

That where payments are made in copper money there be an allowance of p^{r} cent. Or an Exchanger be appointed w^{th} an allowance of p^{r} cent for changing y^{e} copper money into silver.

That a pound weight be cut into so much money as will pay for y^{e} copper at y^{e} market price & make a seigniorage for defraying all other charges. And if at any time the money prove a little too light or too heavy the M^{r} be allowed the next time to coyn it a little to heavy or too light for ke (within the remedy of $\frac{1}{2}$^{d} p^{r} lw^{t}) for keeping the recconing eaven.