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Author: Corporation of Moniers in the Mint (London, England)
Title: The ansvver of the Corporation of Moniers in the mint, at the Tower of London, to two false and scandalous libells printed at London, and lately come forth without date.: The first intituled, The humble representation of Peter Blondeau, as a warning touching severall disorders hapning by money ill-favouredly coyned, and the only means to prevent them. The second intituled, A most humble memorandum from Peter Blondeau. Which not only intends maliciously to sandall [sic] us the Corporation of Moniers, of the Common-wealth of England : but also most falsly to imprint in the hearts and mindes of all people in Christendome, and more especially the good people under the obedience of the Parliament of England; that ... the moneys of the of this Common-Wealth ... are not justly made ... Set forth to undeceive all the good people that have seen or read the said Peter Blondeau's false and scandalous libells.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The ansvver of the Corporation of Moniers in the mint, at the Tower of London, to two false and scandalous libells printed at London, and lately come forth without date.: The first intituled, The humble representation of Peter Blondeau, as a warning touching severall disorders hapning by money ill-favouredly coyned, and the only means to prevent them. The second intituled, A most humble memorandum from Peter Blondeau. Which not only intends maliciously to sandall [sic] us the Corporation of Moniers, of the Common-wealth of England : but also most falsly to imprint in the hearts and mindes of all people in Christendome, and more especially the good people under the obedience of the Parliament of England; that ... the moneys of the of this Common-Wealth ... are not justly made ... Set forth to undeceive all the good people that have seen or read the said Peter Blondeau's false and scandalous libells.
Corporation of Moniers in the Mint (London, England), Violet, Thomas, fl. 1634-1662.

[London]: Printed for the Corporation of Moniers, 1653.
Subject terms:
Coinage -- England
Precious metals -- England
Great Britain -- Commerce
Blondeau, Peter
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A95986.0001.001

Contents
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A Letter from Master Thomas Violet, to Master John Benfeild, Clearke of the Corporation of Moniers in the Tower of London.
The Corporation of Moniers Answer.
The humble Representation of Peter Blondeau, as a War∣ning, touching severall disorders happening by Monie ill∣favoredly Coined, and the only meanes to prevent them.
An answer to several objections formerly made against Peter Blondeau his waie of Coining the monie.
A most Humble MEMORANDUM from Peter Blondeau.
To the right Honorable Sir James Harring∣ton, one of the Councell of State, Chair∣man for the Committee of the Mint.
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The Provost and Moniers Answere to the Objections of Peter Blondeau is,
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The Officers of the Mint in the Tower of London, whose names are hereunder written, in pursuance of the directions of the Honorable Committee of the Navie, in relation to their Order dated the third of December present, do hum∣bly conceive, and Certify as followeth.
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