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Mint office 22°. Febr. 1697


We have considered of your Letter & of the Charges you say the King will be putt to by altering the Smith's Shopp your Letter doth mention, but seeing there is noe other Convenient way nor place for the Melter, We doe hereby, direct you to lett him have the Said Shopp, & to suffer him to make Such Alterations as well be necessary for his Worke; the Moneyer 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


Your loving Friends.

Is. Newton

Tho: Neale

Tho: Molyneux


[1] Mr. Clarke & Mr. Halley

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

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