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M

M.B., brewer, Trowbridge, 125.

Maaslandsluis (South Holland), 309, 620.

Mabedrud (Mabederyd), commote, co. Cardigan, 1832.

Mabell, Edward, bringing express from Lyme, 2123, 2141.

Mabelrew, commote, co. Cardigan, 1832.

Mabesynion (Mavon, alias Mavonion), commote, co. Cardigan, 1832.

McAdam, Daniel, landwaiter, London, 1001.

McAdam Farren (Iffa and Offa barony, co. Tipperary), 558.

Macartie (Machartie, Mac Carty, Maccarty, McKarty), Lady Arabella, royal bounty to, 861, 864, 1196, 1202.

-, Lieut. Florence, Tangier arrears, 324, 792, 814, 1061; Capt. in the New Raised Forces, 1258.

-, Jane, widow of Lieut. Florence, 1061.

-, Col. Justin, 31; Major General of the Army in Ireland, 1743; pension, Ireland, 1747; Regiment of Foot, 1286; goods of, for Ireland, 776.

-, Capt. Owen, petition for searcher's place, Dublin port, 2170.

-, Philemon, Victualler, St. Martins in the Fields, 1414.

Macarty Reagh, Daniel, chief rent, Ireland, 1440; pension, Ireland, 1746.

Macartney (McCartney, Macchartney), George, collector, Belfast port, 1419, 1636, 1773.

McBeane, John, smith employed on the Mole, Tangier, 1641.

Macburney, Mr., rent of office for the Hackney Coaches Commissioners, 1915.

McCartney, Macchartney see Macartney.

Macclesfield, Mary, widow, Recusant, co. Oxford, 456.

-, Peter, Recusant, co. Oxford, 456.

Macclesfield, Earl of, see Gerard, C.

Macclesfield (Cheshire), lease to the Mayor etc. of the encroachments, profits of court etc., 1080, 1172, 125960, 1300, 13357; details and locality of the encroachments (Les Out Hes, Little Gable End, Malt House, Waters, Common Side, Wallgate, Water Coates, Broken Cross, Longmess, Backlane, Foulstead, Goose Lane, Outshead, Jordain Gate, Back Street, Long Moss, Whelley Waste, Whelley Lane, Kiln or Common Oven, Forest of Macclesfield, Blacklowe Waste, Milne Street, Churchyard, Chistergate, Dog Lane, Market Place), 1335 7.

McCullough, Ensign John, debt to Tangier inhabitants, 575.

MacDonnell, Hannah, wife of Capt. Randall, 1519, 1606.

-, Sir James, father of Capt. Randall, 1520.

-, Capt. Randall, lands, Ireland, 151920, 1606; army pay, 2064.

-, Randall, petition for office of Clerk of Securities in the Custom House, 1753.

-, Capt. Robert, lands, Dunluce barony, Ireland, 1371.

-, Rose, Marchioness of Antrim, wife of Randall, 2nd Earl and 1st Marquess of Antrim, 1899.

Macdowell (Magdowell), Capt., Hispaniola wreck money, 2057.

MacElligott, Roger, Lieut.-Col., volunteer from Holland, 1789, 1814; Col., Regiment, 2128.

Maces see Serjeants at Arms.

McEun, Archibald, petition for Customs place, 1003.

Macford, John, waiter and searcher, Eastbourne, 691.

Macghee, James, petition for collectorship of Londonderry port, 1417; King James's promise to provide for him, 1754.

Macgreagh, Capt. John, pension, 1636.

Mac-gully-cuddy, Col., 1853; pension, Ireland, 1746.

-, Ensign, volunteer from Holland, 1790.

Macharty see Macartie.

Machell, Robt., rebel in the West, 415.

Machenry, Henry, passenger to Jamaica, 267.

Mackay, Col., equipage for Holland, 854.

-, Ralph, Army pension, 713, 1282, 1470, 1710.

Mackenny (Mackenry, Mackenzy), Capt. [? Col.] Alexander, Tangier, 299, 384, 4078, 488, 707, 846, 9167, 1047, 1160, 1222; Troop of Horse, King's Lynn, Norfolk, 1590.

Mackenzie (Mackenzy) see Mackenny, McKinzie.

Mackins, Thomas, Quaker, co. Leicester, 632.

Mackintosh, Ensign, debt to Tangier inhabitants, 575.

Mackiny see Coolevack.

McKinzie, Mourdo, Capt. in the Earl of Dunbarton's Regiment at Sedgemoor, 686.

Macklane, Robert, landwaiter, Newcastle port, 1740.

Mackraken, Lieut. James, debt to Tangier inhabitants, 575.

McKwer (McKnewn), Daniel, soldier at Dunbar and Worcester, petition for Customs place, London, 65.

Mackwey, Capt. Thomas, lands, Ireland, 18467, 194950.

Maclaine see Macklane.

Macmath, John, of Tangier, merchant, 962.

Macnamarra, Thomas, Excise case, Limerick, 17089.

Macnigh Tulree Portaneena (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 551.

Macy, George, clerk to the Warden of the Mint, prosecuting clippers and counterfeiters, 315, 438, 542, 613, 614, 616, 1032, 1038, 1068, 1204, 14991500, 1683.

- see Maey.

Madagascar Island, interloping trade with, 901, 978.

Maddern, Harris, tin seizure, Penzance, 522; petition for collector's place, Penzance, 536.

Madders, John, rebel in the West, 415.

Maddison, Ralph, bailiff of Battles Walk, Windsor Forest, 654.

Maddox (Madox, Maddocks), Corporal, Tangier, 846.

-, Richard, Serjeant at Arms, 137.

-, Thomas, Navy Office, late Paymaster of the Navy, 197; settling Seymour's Navy Treasurer's account, 972, 973.

Madeira Islands, legal question whether they are in Africa or Europe, 9568.

Madew, Dorothy, daughter of Elizabeth, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, Elinor, daughter of Elizabeth, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, Elizabeth, widow, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, -, daughter of Elizabeth, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, John, son of Elizabeth, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, Mary, daughter of Elizabeth, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, -, widow, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, -, daughter of Mary, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, Ursula, daughter of Mary, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, William, son of Elizabeth, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

Madge, widow, house of, near the Court of Wards, 91.

Madrid (Spain), 95, 690, 1886.

Madron (co. Cornwall), 133.

Maenordeilo (co. Carmarthen), 1832.

Maey [? Macy], George, rebel in the West, 415.

Magazine ship for Plantation trade, proposal for, 8023, 1065, and see Bee, Capt.

Magdalene, three pictures of, 992.

Magdowell see Macdowell.

Magellan, Straits of, 1726.

Magennis (Magenis), Arthur, yeoman tailor and portitor of the Great Wardrobe, 658, 752.

-, Arthur, 3rd Visct. Magennis of Iveagh, pension on Irish establishment, 1746, 1835.

-, Bryan, 5th Visct. Magennis of Iveagh, pension on Irish establishment, 1835.

-, Margaret, widow of Arthur, 3rd Visct. Magennis, pension on Irish establishment to her and her daughters, 1835.

Maget, Diego, Customs petition, 221.

Maggett, Benjamin, tidesman, Lynn Regis, 1754.

Maghezizeale see Drumcalke.

Magnagh see Magragh.

Magnis Town (Middlethird or Clanwilliam barony, co. Tipperary), 555.

Magragh, John, Army pension, 702, 1470, 1710.

Magrath (co. Fermanagh), ferry at, 1954.

Magunihy barony (co. Kerry), 571.

Mahommedan slaves, 1769.

Mahony (Mohony, Mahonij), Daniel, gent., volunteer from Holland, 1790, 1814.

-, Lieut., volunteer from Holland, 1789.

-, Thadee, goods for, 937.

Mahoon, Brian, poor Tangier soldier, 23.

Maidenhead ("Mayden Heath") (co. Berks), 885, 2000; thicket and norkett called Mayden Heath Thickett, 885.

Maids of Honour see Queen.

Maids Moreton (co. Bucks), 1810.

Maidstone see Maydstone.

Maidstone (Kent), 44, 71, 523, 627, 886, 887, 1918, 1984, 2028, 2175; the Parkhouse, 621; land called the Dines, 883.

Maile, Samuel, deputy searcher, Woodbridge in Ipswich port, 1287.

Mails, foreign, robbing of, see Post Office.

Maine, Province of (America), devolved to the King by the forfeiture of the Massachusetts charter, 365.

-, Navy timber from, 1268.

Mainprice, Margaret, tenant, Hempholme, 1367.

Maintz, Elector of, Envoy Extraordinary from, see Ambassadors (from).

Maitland, Lord or Visct., see Maitland, R.

Maitland, Elizabeth, Duchess of Lauderdale, 488; going to Scotland, 532; house at Ham, 518; house in the Privy Garden, 1052.

-, John, Baron Petersham, Earl of Guildford and Duke of Lauderdale, 1147; grant of rent of farm of imported salt, 208; franking his letters, 4612; ranger and keeper of New Park, Richmond, 488.

-, Richard, Visct. Maitland, General of the Mint of Scotland, custodian of the Trial Pieces, 1286, 1314; goods for, from Scotland, 855.

-, William, rector of Oxcombe, co. Lincoln, 1775.

Major, Elizabeth, Recusant, co. Oxford, 456.

-, Fra., tidesman, Penzance, 13.

Makenzie see Mackenny.

Malaga (Spain), 331, 2135.

- wine see Wines.

Malause, Mademoiselle de [probably Charlotte, daughter of Louis de Bourbon, 12th Marquis de Malause], goods for, 1814.

Maldon (co. Essex), 475, 680, 917, 1193, 1793, 2091, 2167.

Male, Francis, rebel in the West, 424.

Male, yeoman of the, see Royal (Stables).

Malham (and see Mallam), Ensign John, Tangier, 846.

"Malhugo" [? mahogany] stool, 1846.

Malice Defeated see Books.

Malines (Belgium), 1906.

Mall see Pall Mall.

Mallack, Malachy, of Axminster, clothier, rebel in the West, 424, 425, 1630, 2004.

Mallaen (co. Carmarthen), 1832.

Mallam (and see Malham), William, hackney coachman, London, 1652, 1754.

Mallet, John, boatman, Colchester, 535, 901; ditto, Bricklesea, 1154.

Malling (co. Kent), 887.

- Abbey (co. Kent), 884.

Mallock, Richard, waiter, Brixham, 493.

Malmo ("Malmes") (Sweden), 3667.

Malpica, Marquis de, Envoy Extraordinary from Spain, 1538.

Malta, Island of, 1574.

Maltby Vicarage (co. Yorks), 1976.

Malton, William, Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

Maltus, Robert, of co. Berks, loyal Recusant, 637.

Man see Mann.

Man, Isle of, annuity to poor ministers of, 239, 723, 724, 1353, 1395, 1860, 1861.

-, Customs of, farm of, from the Earl of Derby to the King, 1505, 1507, 1540, 1562, 1563, 1604, 1615, 1669, 1786; Book of Rates of, 1669, 1786, 1869; Customs officers, 985, 1045, 1933; Earl of Derby taking bonds of vessels sailing from, 1562.

-, Governor of, 1869.

-, rent of, paid to the Earl of Derby in kind, privilege of importing same to Liverpool Customs free, for his household, 226, 935, 10934.

-, water bailiff of, 985.

-, wool frauds, 2125.

Manaton, Henry, lease, Calstock, co. Cornwall, 2930, 122, 210, 623, 664.

-, Percy, lease, Calstock, 210.

Manatty (co. Kildare), lease of ferry at, 1954.

Manby, Thomas, flowers for the King, 663; Countess of Peterborough's grant of derelict lands, 2058.

-, Sir Thomas of Bawds, Essex, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, London etc., 1695.

Manchester, Earl of, see Montagu, Edw., Hy., and Robert.

-, Eleanor, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

Manchester (co. Lanes), 165, 196, 613, 764.

- baize or bayes, 345.

Manckwick Farm (Foulness, Essex), 2092.

Mander, Roger, D.D., rector of Riseholme, co. Lincoln, 2085.

Manfield (and see Mansfield), Henry, King's Bench fine for misdemeanour, 979.

Mangell, William, rebel in the West, 420.

Manlake Deanery (Lincoln diocese), 2076.

Manley, Cornelius, Constable of Harlech, co. Merioneth, 120, 213.

-, Sir Francis, Judge of Ludlow, and for cos. Carmarthen, Cardigan and Pembroke, 604.

-, Lady, widow of Sir Francis, 594, 604.

-, Robert, tidesman, London, 1154; collector, Rye, 1556; collector, Penzance, 2034, 2115.

-, Thomas, of Rochester, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Kent etc., 2028.

Manley (Cheshire), 1863.

-, (Wapentake, co. Lincoln), 1778.

Mann (Man), Edward, deputy searcher, London port, 164, 1500.

-, George, senr. and junr., petition for King's waiter's place, London port, 1269, 2154.

-, John, farmer of Excise of Norfolk (16668), 77.

-, -, reprise for fee farms, 1240.

-, -, deputy searcher, London, 1500.

-, -, boatman, Harwich, 765.

-, Mr., Excise Office messenger to the London brewers, 132.

-, -, collecting rents for the city of London, 75; hall keeper at the Guildhall, 2166.

-, -, issue to, 2132.

-, Nicholas, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 879.

-, Richard, boatman, Combwich, 1792.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, 420.

-, William, Auditor General of Hearthmoney, 20, 131, 1180, 1860, 2100.

-, -, fine for Nonconformity, 1959.

Manners, Lord, see Manners, John.

-, John, Lord Manners de Haddon, 10th Earl of Rutland, 1147; grant of fine, 470, 476; pictures and orange and lemon trees for, 671.

Manning, Anthony, rebel in the West, 424.

-, John, rebel in the West, 415.

-, Thomas, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2176.

Manningtree (co. Essex), 1154, 2158.

Manor, the (York city), 1308.

Manors see Royal manors.

-, lords of, seizing estates of convict criminals, 532.

Manroebeg (Eliogarty barony, co. Tipperary), 560.

Mansborough, Margaret, nurse to the Queen Mother, royal bounty to, 1723.

Mansel (co. Berks), 1965.

Mansell (Mansel), Cornet Boyle, lands, Ireland, 564.

-, Edward, son of, W. Vaughan's surety, 1998.

-, Sir Edward, steward of Penkelly, co. Brecon, 1429; steward of Pembroke, 1668; chamberlain of Carmarthen, 1668.

-, Francis, pension, 193, 218, 390, 428, 794, 903, 906, 1063, 1075, 1302, 1305, 1482, 1498, 1586, 1592, 1784, 1785, 1878, 1881, 1991, 1999; Poll arrear, 1276.

-, Mr., Gloucester diocese Tenths, 412.

-, Robert, tenant of concealed land, Norfolk, 886.

Mansergh, Bryan, lands, Ireland, 565.

-, John, petition for Customs place, 1158.

Mansfield (and see Manfield), Elizabeth, Army pension, 702, 1282, 1469, 1710.

-, Richard, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Notts etc., 1806.

Mansfield (co. Notts), 936.

-, Woodhouse (co. Notts), 936.

Manship, John, tenant, Locking, Somerset, 1967.

-, Mary, sister to John, 1967.

Manton, Frances, wife to John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, John, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Nathaniel, trustee of Prince Charles's lands for the city of London, 868.

-, Thomas, Quaker, co. Surrey, 630.

Mantua (Italy), Gallery of Giulio Romano of Mantua [? prints], 1974.

Manwaring (Manwarring), Charles (John) of Ightfield, Commissioner to seize F. Charlton's estate, 1186, 1347, 1388, 1393, 1476, 1498.

-, Capt., Crown Law payment, 1068.

-, John, waiter, Deal, 298, 605, 936.

Manwood, Roger, tenant of concealed lands, Isle of Sheppey, 887.

Manyfleet (Creek, Essex), 2093.

Mapledurham (co. Oxford), 455.

Mappleton Vicarage (co. Yorks), 1977.

Maps and charts, 9567, 2114.

Mar, William, delineating the dial in the Privy Garden, 2121, 2139.

Marazion (co. Cornwall), 1556, 1792.

Marble chimney pieces, 1131; export of, 521.

Marblers, 1263.

March, Earl of, see Lennox, C.

-, -, [? Geo. de Dunbar, 4th Earl], 1699.

-, Edward, rebel in the West, 416.

-, Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

Marchant, Emanuel, rebel in the West, 419.

Marches, President, Council, Court and Household of, see Wales.

Marden, Thomas, Receiver of the Eighteen Months' and Six Months' Assessments, co. Somerset, 1413.

Marders, John, rebel in the West, 415, 469, 531.

Mare (co. Stafford), 541, 573.

Mareloston, Thomas, postmaster of Mudston, 1676.

Margas, Solo[mon], refugee from France, 18301.

Margate (co. Kent), 96, 349, 685, 1287, 1500, 1555, 1556, 1657, 1701, 1841; Customs smack at, 199.

-, Road, 117.

Margetson, James, archbishop of Armagh, 2048.

Margetts, Henry, plasterer employed in Chelsea Hospital works, 1446, 1847.

Marischal, Countess Dowager of, see Keith, A.

Maritime suits, 1726, and see Admiralty Court.

Markes see Marks.

Markham, Major (Lieut.-Col. and Col.), Army pension, 537, 583, 1133, 1960; petition for a debt, 1933.

-, Mr., lease of tolls of Holborn Bridge Channel, 1393.

-, Robert, service in the West Indies, petition for tidesman's place, London, 246.

-, Thomas, Commissioner to fell wood in Sherwood Forest, 1273; Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, cos. Derby, Notts etc., 1806.

-, -, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

Markland, Mr., treasurer of Winchester Cathedral, 17.

Marks (Markes), Jo., rebel in the West, 415.

-, John, rebel in the West, 424.

-, Tho., rebel in the West, 418.

-, Walter, trustee of Prince Charles's lands for the city of London, 867.

Marlborough (co. Wilts), 1805.

Marley, Mr., account of Winchester Tenths, 36.

Marloes (Malros, alias Marlas, alias Marles) (co. Pembroke), 1714.

Marlow, Francis, tenant, Swakeleys, co. Middlesex, 2028.

-, John, of the Jury of Goldsmiths for the Trial Pieces, 2127.

-, -, shipmaster, 959; Customs fraud composition, 1158.

-, -, boatman, London port, 1555.

-, Mr., the Quaker, bringing books from Dunkirk, 1229.

-, William, Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

Marlow, Little and Great (co. Bucks), 885, 980.

Marpool, Richard, soldier, St. Christopher, 62.

Marr (co. Yorks), chapel, 1977.

Marryott (Marriott), Francis, cushion man to the Chapel Royal, 1822.

-, Isaac or James, grant of concealed lands, Bermondsey. Speldhurst etc., 464, 482, 5012, 758, 839, 865, 87783, 888, 891, 970, 1909, 1952, 1962, 2058.

-, James, keeper of the Standing Wardrobe and Prince's Lodgings at Hampton Court, 571, 1755.

-, Mr. [probably Isaac or James], petition concerning Duchy of Lancaster [lands], 1909.

-, -, tidesman, Bristol, 1928.

-, Reginald, second clerk and solicitor to the Hackney Coaches Commissioners, 1915.

-, Richard, Commissioner to enquire of J. Revans' estate, 146, 482; auditor of the south part of the Duchy of Lancaster, 1251.

Marsden, Christopher, Receiver General of the Eighteen Months' Tax and Six Months' Tax, co. Lancs, 1041, 1161.

-, Mr., officer of the Excise or Hearthmoney, co. Lancs, 1081.

-, Tho., of Bolton, Receiver General of the Six Months' Tax, co. Lancs, 18, 315.

Marsh, George, farm of the Four and a Half per cent. duty, Barbados (16729), 1088.

-, James, seizing goods of a Recusant at Dover, 1479, 1637.

-, John, custodiam lease, co. Kent, 1983.

-, -, poor Tangier soldier, 336, 348.

-, Lawrence, Commissioner to enquire of G. Turner's petition, 1732.

-, Philip, surveyor of Customs in all the outports, 638.

-, Robert, trustee of Prince Charles's lands for the city of London, 8678.

-, William, petition for place of Customer of Chester, 2156.

Marsh Chapel (co. Lincoln), 1978.

-, le (Leigh, Essex), 2089.

Marshal, Earl, of England, see Howard, H.

Marshall, Dorothy, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2179.

-, Gilbert, collector, Padstow port, 64, 1819.

-, John, Quaker, co. Essex, 632.

-, -, shipmaster, 797, 911.

-, -, a King's waiter, London port, 1006, 1196, 1958.

-, Leonard, Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

-, Mr. (and Grove), Crown Law case against, for recovery of Satchell's estate, 13734.

-, Robert, lands, co. Kerry, 1424.

-, Thomas, Quaker, co. Suffolk, 631.

-, -, rebel in the West, 415.

-, -, petition for a landwaiter's place, 1244; Surveyor of the Navigation Act, 1286, 1453, 1721, 2156, 2161, 2162.
-, of the Inner Temple, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Middlesex etc., 1804.

Marshalsea of the King's Bench see King's Bench.

- of the Exchequer see Exchequer Court.

Marshalstown see Martlestown.

Marsham, Sir John, suit against, concerning copyhold lands, co. Norfolk, 1621.

Marshfield (co. Gloucester), 1966.

Marshwood (co. Dorset), 1309, 2004.

Marston Bigott ("Martin Bigood") (co. Somerset), 2004, 2005.

Martell, Peter, fish merchant, London, 4056, 1194.

Marthers, William, see Mathers.

Marthland, William, Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

Martial law, 917.

Martin (Marten, Martyn), Ann, daughter of William, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Benjamin, of London, merchant, assignee of the farm of smalts etc., 1037.

-, Cornelius, shipmaster, 470.

-, Edward, assault on his wife, 944.

-, Elizabeth, wife of William, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Gyles, lands, Ireland, 553.

-, Henry, assistant waiter, Studland Bay, 64, 1792.

-, John, searcher, Plymouth port, 162, 1011, 1167.

-, -, tidesman, Rye, 729; boatman ibid., 2108.

-, -, passenger to Jamaica, 267.

-, -, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, Lieut. John, Tangier, 1402.

-, Joseph, merchant or officer, Nevis, 849.

-, -, merchant [London], importing masts from Russia, 1543; contract for Navy stores, 1818, 1878, 1879, 1883, 1898, 1913, 1924, 1925, 2029, 2039.

-, Martha, relict of Benjamin, 1037.

-, Mary, wife of Edward, 944.

-, Mathew, prosecuting Colchester Corporation for wine licences, 1205.

-, Mr., coffeeman in Long Acre, letter receiver to the Post Office, 1673, 1674.

-, Mrs., widow, tenant of concealed marsh in Beaumont, Essex, 2090.

-, Nicholas, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2178.

-, Peter, French Protestant refugee, 352.

-, Robert, curate of St. Mary in Stamford, 2079.

-, Samuel, Charles II's Agent and Consul General for the English nation at Algiers, 828.

-, Thomas, tenant, Hempholme, 1368.

-, -, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 879.

-, -, Receiver General of Jamaica, 203.

-, William, transporting Portuguese ordnance arms from Plymouth, 451.
-, buying a prize ship at Plymouth, 1255, 1291.

-, -, rebel in the West, 415, 420.

-, -, senr. and junr., Recusants, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, -, of Plymouth, Algerines' Dutch prizes, 951.

Martin Bigood see Marston Bigott.

Martinique, French West Indies, 807.

Martinitz, George Adam, Geaf von, Envoy Extraordinary from the Emperor of Germany, 228, 327.

Martins Vineyard, New York, 1707.

Martlestown [Marshalstown] (Middlethird barony, co. Tipperary), 553.

Martock (co. Somerset), 1895.

Marton (co. Lincoln), rectory, 1775.

Martyr, John, timber merchant, repairs at St. James's Park and Chelsea Hospital, 658, 1446, 1480.

Marvelsfall (Slievardagh barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

Marvin, Richard, gauger and packer, Dublin port, 2049.

Marwood, John, rebel in the West, 419.

-, Thomas, clerk to the storekeeper, Tangier, 1643.

Marwood Chase or Marwood Hagg (Barnard Castle, co. Durham), 260, 1501; office of Ranger of, 9.

Mary see Queen.

Maryland (America), 286, 299, 910, 1290.
-, collector of Customs at, 307, 3456, 432, 433, 454, see Rousby, C. [J.], Blackinston, N., Mein, P.
-, Comptroller etc. of the Plantation Duty, 3456, see Layfield, G., Blackinston, N.
-, Customs officers unable to live without a guard, 182.
-, Customs survey of, 2044.
-, Governor of, 433; instructions for, 299, 305.
-, King's revenue from tobacco, 1753.
-, Merchant Adventurers of, 15212.
-, Plantation duties, 433.
-, proposal by Arthur Moore for farm of Customs, 1042, 1299.
-, tobacco from, 118, 1059, 2070; petition against its export in bulk, 1522.
-, vessels to guard the coast, 965, 1483.

Masey see Moze.

Maske, John, tidesman, Penzance port, 186.

Masking House at Whitehall see Whitehall.

Mason, Anthony, Excise Office clerk for strong waters, 132, 503, 1458.

-, Char., rebel in the West, 422.

-, Dorothy, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2181.

-, Emma, custodiam lease, Coventry, 8; lands, co. Leicester, 719.

-, Hugh, Deputy Comptroller, Hull port, 22, 285, 341, 391.

-, John, waterman, London, 908.

-, -, miner employed on the Mole, Tangier, 1643.

-, -, Quaker, co. Gloucester, 632.

-, Katherine, servant in the King's Scullery, 584.

-, Mr., partner with Allen and Cranfield in the mast trade, 701.

-, -, Excise officer [Sarum], 1080.

-, -, shipmaster, 1316.

-, Nathaniel, surveyor, Shields port, 2044.

-, Sir Richard, Agent for Taxes, 17, 95; death of, 152; payment to, by W. Chiffinch, 1725.

-, Robert, junr., tidesurveyor, Hull port, 341, 391.

-, -, senr., collector and deputy Customer, Hull port, 341.

-, -, Tangier soldier, 901, 910.

-, -, declared Proprietor of New Hampshire, 1179.

-, Thomas, a messenger of the Chamber, 1391; Poll arrear, 1390.

Masques see King's (Revels): masking room see Whitehall.

Massachusetts Bay, Quo Warranto against charter of, 95, 365, 1067.

Massan, Eliz., lands, Ireland, 569.

Massenger see Massinger.

Massereene, Visct., see Skiffington, J.

Massey, Mathy, see Messey, Mathew.

-, Richard, tidesman, Chester, 186; ditto, Mostyn, 1671, 1721.

-, William, collector, Bridgwater, 375, 473.

-, -, junr., petition for Customs place, 473.

-, -, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Northants etc., 1805, 1982.

Massingall, Thomas, tidesman, Hull port, 493.

Massinger (Massenger), John, yeoman harbinger to Charles II, 1377; tidesman, London port, 2008.

Massonett, Agnes, laundress to Charles II, 1134, 1325.

Master mason, plumber, bricklayer etc., see Works.

- of the Horse see Royal (Stables).

- and Gentleman of the Robes see Robes.

- of the Rolls see Rolls.

- of the Tents and Toils see Tents.

Masters, Benjamin, shipmaster, 376.

-, Christ., rebel in the West, 422.

-, Henry, gunner, Tangier, 814, 847.

-, Herbert, of Burchill, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Hereford, 1696.

-, John, chamberlain of Denbigh County, 1428.

-, -, rebel in the West, 418.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 418.

-, -, Hy. Cornish's estate, 472.

Masters of Chancery see Chancery.

- of Requests see Requests.

Masterson, John, of Canterbury, postmaster, 1676.

Mastertown (? Iverk or Ida barony, co. Kilkenny), 566.

Masts see Navy (stores); New England.

Masur, Herbert, Brussels, 301.

Masyfleet, creek (co. Essex), 2093.

Matchetts, John, falsely accused in the Popish Plot, 938.

Mathematical instruments, 451.

Mathers, alias Marthers, William, of Collaton, Devon, carpenter, rebel in the West, 415, 2004.

Mathew, Col. Abel, Governor's Company of Foot in the Leeward Isles, 62.

-, David, Receiver of Assessments for South Wales, 231.

-, Joan, widow of David, 231.

-, John, lands in Campside Cottingham, 1922.

-, -, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2177.

-, Richard, Customer of Cardiff port, 1614, 1654, 1958.

-, William, watchman, London port, 1278.

Mathews, Ann, servant to the Countess of Drogheda, 1973.

-, -, lands, Ireland, 566.

-, Arthur, rebel in the West, 418,

-, Christopher, lands, Ireland, 564.

-, Edward, son of Symon, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, -, tenant, London, 199, 356.

-, -, brother of Capt. William, forfeited estate, 1992.

-, Elizabeth, senr. and junr., wife and daughter of Symon, Recusants, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, George, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, -, of Reckhill, lands, Ireland, 549.

-, Henry, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Northants etc., 1805, 1982.

-, John, second Judge for co. Pembroke, 1311.

-, -, son of Symon, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, -, beads and crucifixes from Bruges, 1438.

-, -, husband of Mary, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Joseph, Recusant, co. Warwick, son of William, 1126.

-, Mary, wife of John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Mr., at Weld House, goods for, 605.

-, -, or Mrs., tenant of concealed lands, Rotherhithe, 887.

-, Robert, tenant, Bray manor, 1359.

-, -, chief boatman, Deal port, 1928.

-, Symon, senr. and junr., Recusants, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Theo., of Thurles, lands, Ireland, 549.

-, Thomas, rebel in the West, 419.

-, William, custodiam lease of lands, co. Denbigh, 613.

-, Capt. William, Tangier, 844, 1225, 1594, 1626; his brother Edward's forfeited estate, 1992.

-, William, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

Mathin, John, Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

Matifen, Monsieur, shipmaster, 1459.

Matilda, Empress, mother of Hy. II, 1009.

Matson, Thomas, surgeon of the King's ship Bristol, 1225.

Mattet, Egidius, of Lige, baronet fee, 851.

Mattock, Richard, debtor to Hy. Cornish, 472.

Maud, Robert, lands, Ireland, 552.

Mauger, Peter, merchant, Guernsey, 743, 800.

Maugridge, John, Drum Major to the King, 1891, 1929, 1963; Poll arrear, 1276.

-, Richard [one of the King's drummers], Poll arrear, 1276, 1277.

-, Robert [one of the King's drummers], Poll arrear, 1276, 1277.

-, Sarah, widow of John, Army pension, 537, 583, 1133, 1891, 1929, 1963.

Maundry, Humphrey, rebel in the West, 422.

Maundy see Wardrobe.

Maurin (Mourin), Monsieur, lodgings, going to France, 1392.

Mawes, Thomas, silk dyer of Coleman Street, suicide, 286.

Mawgan (near Helston, Cornwall), blowing house, 133.

Mawkes, Anto[ny], debtor to Hy. Cornish, 472.

Mawson (Mavson), Charles, Rouge Croix Pursuivant, 651, 1609, 1795, 2013; lands, co. Herts, 1131.

-, John, goldsmith, rent out of Furness, co. Lancs, 1362.

Maxfield, Miles, gunner, Tangier, 814, 847.

Maxstoke (co. Warwick), 1125.

Maxwell, James, rebel in the West, 417.

-, Lieut. James, debt to Tangier inhabitants, 575.

-, John, Poll arrear, 1391.

-, Col. Thomas, petition to import Westphalia hams, 1418, 1464, 1584, 1711; preparing establishment for Hounslow encampment, 1814; Commissioner for stores for the encampment, 1833.

May, Sir Algernon, lands, Ireland, 564; Poll arrear, 678.

-, Baptist, Keeper of the Privy Purse, 36, 271; fee farms, 1961.

-, Dorothy, wife of Sir Algernon, Poll arrear, 564.

-, Edward, collector, Waterford port, 1949.

-, Francis, boatman, Plymouth port, 1555.

-, Hugh, Comptroller of the Works, Windsor, 138; former Paymaster of the Works, 972, 1293.

-, John, under porter of Walmer Castle, 501, 605.

-, Joseph, tenement, Austell Prior, Cornwall, 860, 913.

-, Mr., lodge in Windsor Great Park in his custody, 1155, 1210.

-, Peter, Dragoon, Tangier, 919, 960, 1624; executor of J, Hethersell, Tangier, 437.

-, Sir Richard, yearly payment to, as Fifth Baron of the Exchequer, 14, 224, 225, 273, 489, 628, 768, 830, 1051, 1101, 1198, 1329, 1364, 1416, 1634, 1768, 1818, 1924, 1991; Great Wardrobe allowance for his vesture, 1444; owner of the Berkshire side of the Thames at Eton, 327.

-, Thomas, mercer, of London, lease, Windsor, 1703.

-, -, Chester Herald, 660, 1609, 1795, 2013.

-, William, tidesman, Whitby port, 1179, 1241.

May Marsh (St. Lawrence, co. Essex), 2091.

Mayallow [? Mealough, Upper Castlereagh barony, co. Down], 1489.

Mayberry, Mr., evidence against R. Pepper, 1414.

Mayden, Thomas, freeholder, Swineshead, co. Lincoln, 13201, 1455, 1567.

Maydodeshall (Slievardagh barony, co. Tipperary), 554.

Maydowell, Mr., mount on St. James's Garden wall, 601.

Maydstone, Richard, boatman, Whitstable port, 349.

Maydwell, Samuel, Commissioner to enquire of encroachments in Arkingarthdale Forest, 1224, 1254, 1934.

Mayer (Maijer and see Meyor), John Christopher, affidavit against Mr. Chamberlain, 594.

Mayland (co. Essex), 2090, 2091.

Maynard, Sir Boyle, lands, Ireland, 555.

-, James, rebel in the West, 419.

-, William, 2nd Lord Maynard, Comptroller of the Household, 1014, 1113, 1114, 1365; plate for, 283.

Mayo, Hugh, yeoman of his Majesty's salt stores, 588, 1217, 1732.

-, Israel, of Bayford, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Herts, 1695, 1983.

-, Richard, Quaker, co. Herts, 632.

Mayo County (Ireland), 1266, 1954.

Mayott, Mr., bequest to Nonconformist ministers, 591.

Mayrath (Kells barony, co. Meath), 567.

Mazarin, Duchess of, goods for, 5001, 1459, 1467, 1489; house in the Privy Garden, 1052; lodgings in Whitehall, 1467, 2022; lodgings at St. James's, 1590.

Meacham, Francis, seaman employed on the Mole, Tangier, 1642.

Meade (Mead), James, rebel in the West, 425.

-, John, rebel in the West, 420, 422, 423, 424, 425.

-, Sir Jo., King's counsel, Ireland, 88, 161.

-, Robert, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2180.

-, -, rebel in the West, 418.

-, Thomas, rebel in the West, 419.

-, -, farmer of Hearthmoney, Kings County, Ireland, 1417.

-, William, tidesman, Exeter port, 349.

-, -, rebel in the West, 419, 421; of Bridgwater, tailor, 2003, and see Glover, W. M.

Meadcalf see Medcalf.

Meades, Richard, of Goddington, co. Oxford, Recusant, 455.

Meadow, Sir Thomas, Commissioner to examine the Norfolk sheriffs' accounts, 840.

Meadows of Leicester, monastery, co. Leicester, 526.

Meagher, John, apothecary to the Earl of Dunbarton's Regiment, Tangier, 474, 532, 847, 1180.

-, Lieut. Philip, Tangier, 845.

Mealiffe (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 556.

Mealough see Mayallow.

Meal, oatmeal see Corn.

Mean Moor see Dalton.

Meares see Meeres.

Mearne, Charles, books for the Great Wardrobe, 1415.

- (Meeres), Mris. or Mr., goods for the Great Wardrobe, 1395, 1398.

Mease (and see Mees), Henry, of Riseholme, 2085.

-, William, Serjeant at Arms, 137.

Measures see Chaldron, Brewers, Wine (gallon).

Meath, Bishop of, 568.

-, Earl of, see Brabazon, E.

- County, Ireland, 548, 567, 568, 569, 1279, 1932.

Meautys, Sir Peter (temp. Hy. VIII), grant of Barking Abbey, 1010.

Medals see Mint (Coronation, gold, medals and Healing).

- for bravery, 308.

-, imports of, from Italy, 1974.

Medcalf (Metcalfe, Meadcalf), Henry, poor Tangier soldier, 368, 938; Army pension, 1470, 1710.

-, Mary, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

Medical service and medicine see Army; Hospital; Sick.

Medina, A., a Jew, Customs fraud. 682.

Mediterranean, 176, 956.

-, duty, see Customs (one per cent.).

-, Fleet in, see Gibraltar, Leghorn, Navy.

-, stores for the King's ships in, see Navy (stores), Gibraltar, Leghorn, Tangier.

Medley, Mr., Victualler, Battersea, letter receiver for the Post Office, 1676.

-, Thomas, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

Medlicott, Thomas, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2176.

Medway, the, batteries on, 1911, 1991; workmen, 2123.

Meek, Anthony, servant to W. Chiffinch, Keeper of the Closet, 22.
-, undersearcher, London port, 44, 142, 180, 232, 240, 270, 397, 398, 1679.

Meerbeech, Ignatius van, notary public [Brussels], 1907.

Meeres (Meares and see Mearne), Andrew, clerk, perpetuity to, as schoolmaster of Southwell, 727.

-, Thomas, postmaster, Harborough, Leicester, 206, 220.

-, -, perpetuity to, as master of Southwell School, 1517, 2014, 2017.

-, -, boatman, Sandwich, 817.

Mees (and see Mease), George, prosecuting J. Wordell's fine, 501, 627.

-, -, volunteer on the Henrietta, 819, 906.

Meesteoirs, Monsieur, Master of Artillery, Holland, 641.

Meiden, Heer Tulkens, in the suite of Van Dykyelt, Envoy Extraordinary from the States General, 1192.

Mein (Meene), Charles, examiner of outport books, London, 1556.

-, Patrick, his father's service to Charles I, 3523; employed in Holland, 353; inspector or surveyor general of Customs, Virginia and Maryland (styled a surveyor of his Majesty's Plantations in America), 432, 433, 454, 2044, 2065; ditto, in Jamaica and the Leeward Islands, 2042, 2044, 2065.

Meknes (or Mequinez) (Morocco), 34, 2030.

Melay (co. Denbigh), 63, 177.

Melbourne, Anne, tenant, St. Stephens, Coleman Street, 653.

Meld see Mew.

Melder, Claes, servant to Van Dykvelt, Envoy Extraordinary from the States General, 1192.

Meldrome, John, rebel in the West, 424.

Melenydd Lordship (co. Radnor), 1429, 1687, 16991700, 1832.

Melford, Earl of, see Drummond, J.

Mell, Gustavus Adolphus, petition for collectorship of Rochester port, 2158.

Mellevour, Mr., wool frauds, Canterbury, 1803.

Mellish, Robert, bill of exchange for Navy stores, 279, 299.

-, Sam., inquiry as to lands of Papists, London, 1053, 1214.

Mellon, Robert, debt to L. Santen, New York, 1706.

Mellor, John, Quaker, co. Stafford, 630.

Mells (co. Somerset), tenements and lands called Ruddock's Gate, Beak's Ground, Hill Mead, Westfield, Little Holwell, Bristol Way, Holwell, Culverhay Corner, Suddenhill, Woodbridge, Crossey Mead, Broadwell Head, 653.

Melmerby (co. Yorks), 1261.

Melosses see Molasses.

Melross, John, vicar of Slawston, 2075.

Melton, Humphry, rebel in the West, 415.

Membury (co. Devon), 2006.

Menai river [Strait] (co. Anglesea), ferry on, 1403, 1527.

-, steward of Courts Leet etc., 2010.

Mendez, Menassah, denization, 1028.

Meo, Ann, daughter of Margaret, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, John, husband of Margaret, 1125.

-, Margaret, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

Mercado, Abra. de, denization, 1028.

Mercer, Richard, petition for collectorship of Pembroke port, 1180; ditto, Liverpool port, 2149.

-, Robert, petition for a mine royal, Ireland, 1525.

Mercers' Company, 1151.

-, clerk to, see Guy, Fr.

Merchant [Merchants], Mr., supplying at the organ, in the Chapel Royal, 1823.

-, William, rebel in the West, 419.

Merchant Adventurers' Company see Hamburg Company.

-, -, of Virginia and Maryland, 15212.

-, Tailors' Company of London, 106, 223, 388, 696.

Mercury Office, London, grant of, 208.

Mered ap Ken ap Philipp, lands, co. Anglesea, 909.

Meredith, Sir Amos, lands, Ireland, 555.

-, Charles, lands, Ireland, 562.

-, John, Commissioner to enquire of derelict lands in the Severn, 680.

-, Mr., lands, Ireland, 1900.

-, Richard, Deputy Auditor of the Duchy of Cornwall, 516, 592, 602, 635, 667, 693, 696, 720, 912, 1481, 1519, 1704, 1767, 1778, 1849, 1853, 1852.

-, -, tidesman, Yarmouth, 1827.

-, -, Customer of Chester port, 2165.

-, William, postmaster of Saffron Walden, 1677.

Meridow, Ann, daughter of Mary, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Elizabeth, daughter of Mary, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Geo., son of Mary, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, John, son of Mary, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Mary, senr. and junr., Recusants, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Thomas, son of Mary, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, William, son of Mary, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

Mering, John, waiter, Bridgtown, Barbados, 200.

Merioneth County, 120, 213, 1428.

-, -, Chancellor and Chamberlain of, 2109.

-, -, Hearthmoney, 279.

-, -, justices of, 1113, 1311.

-, -, Original Seal and Pre Fines, lease of, 122, 720, 745.

-, -, Receiver of Crown Revenues, see Harcourt, G., Whitley, T., Wynn, M.

-, -, seal for, 1593, 1726.

Merrett (Merret, Merritt), Christopher, waiter, Margate port, ditto, Boston port, 96.

-, Francis, tenant, Exchange Alley, London, 1965.

-, John, of Huntingdon, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Huntingdon, 1696.

-, William, debt to L. Santen, New York, 1706.

Merrick, Edw., rebel in the West, 417, 423.

-, Jacob, Quaker, co. Hereford, 633.

-, Thomas, Quaker, co. Hereford, 633 bis.

-, William, rebel in the West, 422.

Merrill, Richard, Quaker, co. Gloucester, 632.

Merriott (co. Somerset), 522, 540, 2004.

Merritt see Merrett.

Merry (Mery), Thomas, tenant of concealed lands, St. Martins in the Fields, 885; ditto, of concealed lands, Woking, 886.

Merryman (Merriman), Mr., Hearthmoney, co. Lancs, 741, 816, 817.

Merrywell ("Merrioll") (co. Meath), 1932.

Mers, shire of (Scotland), corn from, for Berwick, 1664.

Merson, Ralph, tidesurveyor, Exeter, 338.

-, Richard, tidesman, Starcross, 612.

Mervin (Mervyn), John, shipmaster, 86.

-, Thomas, land purchased from at Windsor, 1724.

Mery see Merry.

Messenger, Thomas, messenger of the Post Office, 1673.

Messengers see Chamber, Exchequer (Court), Exchequer (Receipt), Treasury, Customs.

Messey (Massey), Mathew, lease of Knighton tolls, 1687, 1699, 1700.

-, Thomas (temp. James I), lease of Knighton tolls, 1605, 1687, 1700.

Metalline bodies, invention for extracting, 1151.

Metcalfe see Medcalf.

Metheringham (co. Lincoln), vicarage, 2078.

Methwyn (Methwen), Antho., debtor of Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, George, of Cave, co. Yorks, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Yorks etc., 1696.

-, Paul, debtor of Hy. Cornish, 472; clothes for the New Raised Forces, 1697.

-, -, of Westminster, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, London etc., 1695.

Metton see Mytton.

Metyard, Job, rebel in the West, 418.

Meuse ("Maes" or Mass), river (Netherlands), 199.

Meuty see Muty.

Mevagissey ("Menegerry") (co. Cornwall), 817, 2008.

Mevenydd (commote, co. Cardigan), 325, 460.

Meverley, Nicho., shipmaster, 1097.

Mew (Mews and see Mewse), Peter, Bishop of Bath and Wells, Bishop of Winchester, 164, 589, 650, 1678.

-, [? Meld], Richard, and his wife Elizabeth, Recusants, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Robert, carpenter, Braywood, Windsor, 243, 1057, 1078.

Mews see Royal (Stables).

Mewse (and see Mew), Mr. or Mrs., tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880, 882.

-, Thomas, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

Mewsham (Carnedon Prior, co. Cornwall), 860, 913.

Meynell (Meinell), Alderman Francis, banker, London, 7901, 1411; Farmer of Excise, co. Norfolk (16668), 77.

-, George, of Berks, loyal Recusant, 637.

-, Roger, of Berks, loyal Recusant, 637.

Meyor (and see Mayer), Hen., rebel in the West, 419.

Miackin, Cha., lands, Ireland, 557.

Michael Herds Marsh (Essex), 2092.

Michell see Mitchell.

Michelstown (Lune barony, co. Meath), 570.

-, (Slane barony, co. Meath), 569.

Michelborne (Mitchelburne), Lieut. John, Tangier, 846, 1397.

Middle Aston (co. Oxford), 455.

-, Park see Hampton Court.

-, Ridge see Dean Forest.

-, Temple (London), 233, 808, 852, 979, 984, 1423, 1519, 1666, 1733, 1760, 1804, 1805, 1806, 1857, 2015, 2028.

Middleham (co. Yorks), manor, 1766.

Middlemore, John, Recusant, co. Oxford, 456.

Middleplow (Upper Ormond or Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 551.

Middlesex, Earl of, see Sackville, C.

Middlesex County, 72, 208, 391, 494, 739, 841, 877, 885, 971, 1068, 1087, 1130, 1184, 1194, 1250, 1287, 1326, 1378, 1423, 1476, 1512, 1536, 1677, 1748, 1819, 1851, 1866, 1943, 1976, 1981, 2058, 2167, 2174.

-, -, Auditor, 1826, 1964.

-, -, Clerks of the Peace, 1068.

-, -, Excise, 1269.

-, -, Grand Jury, 1150, 1550.

-, -, Hearthmoney, 205, see Higgs, R., Duncklin, J.

-, -, Justices of the Peace, 641, 671, 2114.

-, -, King's casual revenue in, 1408.

-, -, Post fines, 90.

-, -, Quakers, 633.

-, -, Receiver of Crown Revenues, 10167.

-, -, Receiver of Assessments, see Howard, Capt. P., Dereham, Sir R.; arrears of Assessments, 1041, 1161, 1794.

-, -, Recusants, 10202; Receiver of Recusants' forfeitures, 1242, see Lemmon, T.; Commissioners to enquire of Recusants' fines, 1695, 18034.

-, -, Sessions of the Peace, 944, 1047, 1068, 1232, 1352, 1684, 2107.

-, -, sheriffs of London and Middlesex, 448, 459, 474, 494, 590, 597, 690, 735, 993, 1047, 1078, 1087, 1130, 1243, 1326, 1415, 1450, 1464, 1523, 1639, 1645, 1708, 1879, 1944, 1964, 2128, 2175.

Middlethird barony (co. Tipperary), 553, 554, 555, 556, 557, 558, 559, 560, 561, 570.

Middleton, Charles, 2nd Earl of Middleton, Secretary of State, 32, 48, 66, 78, 88, 103, 158, 185, 254, 309, 335, 337, 466, 571, 61821, 731, 787, 788, 853, 876, 877, 946, 987, 1102, 1119, 1184, 1267, 1409, 1445, 1490, 1493, 1495, 1496, 1558, 1564, 1593, 1603, 1647, 1846, 1902, 1905, 1907, 1908, 1980, 2012, 2052, 2054, 2055, 2113, 2117, 2142; issues to, for secret service, 32, 149, 337, 597, 599, 677, 975, 1103, 1275, 1506, 1701, 1845; house in the Privy Garden, 1052; plate for, 243; goods for, 836, 1169.

-, Charles, of St. Martins in the Fields, a Commissioner for Alienations, 143, 158.

-, -, share in E. Hyde's estate, 757.

-, -, Tangier inhabitant, soldiers' debt to, 843.

-, Christopher, tenant, Auckland, Durham, 693.

-, Sir Hugh, petition for place of coal meter, London, 381, 385; his grandfather, 381.

-, John, superstitious uses bequest, 170.

-, -, Serjeant at Arms, loss of his mace, 246, 469, 1055, 1457; Poll arrear, 1276, 1277.

-, -, shipmaster, 254.

-, -, clerk of the North Road in the Post Office, 1283, 1971.

-, John, of Stockhill, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Northumberland etc., 1696.

-, -, 1st Earl of Middleton, Governor of Tangier, 34, 5256.

-, Joseph, mate to H. Mustow, chirurgeon, Tangier, 845.

-, Madame, goods for, 501.

-, Martha, widow of John, 1st Earl of Middleton, her children and poverty by reason of her husband's Tangier accounts, 5256.

-, Mr., house, Tangier, 304.

-, -, surety for E. Hyde, 473.

-, -, Recusant, co. Yorks, 1139, 1207.

-, -, Hispaniola wreck money at Nevis, 2169.

-, Peter, of co. Berks, loyal Recusant, 637.

-, Ralph, rebel in the West, 422.

-, Sir Richard, at Chirk Castle, 279; concealed lands, Denbigh, 712, 758.

-, Thomas, rebel in the West, 419.

-, Walter, Customer, Milford port, 47, 162, 443, 504, 534.

-, -, tenant of concealed lands, co. Pembroke, 909.

-, William, employed to enquire of collection moneys for redemption of captives in Barbary, 692, 700, 816, 8356, 908, 933, 938, 980, 1034, 1035, 1069, 1079, 1155, 12601, 1347, 1398, 1459, 1670.

Middleton Vicarage (co. Yorks), 1977.

Middlewich (Southminster, co. Essex), 2092.

-, Marsh (Burnham, co. Essex), 2089.

Midgham (co. Berks), 1423.

Midhurst (co. Sussex), 772.

Midland Circuit see Judges.

Midsomer Norton (co. Somerset), 636, 808, 852, 1481.

Midwinter, Mr., lease of ferry, East Stockwith, Kirton in Lindsey, 1379.

Mihill (Mihil), Geo., rebel in the West, 419.

-, Robt., lands, Ireland, 562.

Milan (Italy), 876.

Milanesi, Signor, Ordnance bills and Lady Clutterbuck, 12, 111.

Milbank, Sir Mark, sheriff of Northumberland, 1828, 1935.

Milburne (Millbourn, Milborne), Jacob, debt to L. Santen, New York, 1707.

-, John, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

-, Ralph, lease of Holy Island, 257, 607; Clifford's Fort, Northumberland, 528.

-, Thomas, printer to the Excise and Hearthmoney Offices, 1799, 2154, 2155.

Miles, Edward, senr., Quaker, co. Norfolk, 633, 789, 1006, 1303, 1742.

-, -, junr., Quaker, co. Norfolk, 633.

-, Lieut., debt, Tangier, 845.

-, Mr., engine for cutting tobacco, 1718.

-, Richard and his wife, Recusants, co. Warwick, 1123.

-, William and his wife, Recusants, co. Warwick, 1122.

-, William, fish merchant, London, 4056, 10567, 1194.

Milford Haven port (co. Pembroke), 14, 23, 47, 128, 162, 199, 307, 3775, 428, 432, 443, 504, 534, 830, 1154, 1193, 1262, 1494, 1500, 1530, 1555, 1556, 1827, 1838, 2009.

Milhousen (Milhoven), John van (or Nann), poor Tangier soldier, 336, 348.

Military ground or yard see Streets.

Militia money (14 Car. II, c. 13), and Acts, 1717; paper of proposals as to accounts of, 15456.

Mill, Sir John, bart., sheriff of Southampton, 1461.

Millard (and see Milward), John, waiter, Whitstable, 52.

-, Mary, Quaker, co. Stafford, 630.

-, Richard, boatman, Bewdsey Ferry, 1154, 2073.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, 421.

-, Stephen, debtor to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, William, debtor to Hy. Cornish, 472.

Millardstown (Kells barony, co. Meath), 562.

Millbourn see Milburne.

Miller, Abraham, lands, Ireland, 558.

-, George, of White Lackington, Somerset, husbandman, rebel in the West, 420, 2004.

-, John, rebel in the West, 419.

-, -, a dangerous Dissenter, co. Dorset, 484.

-, -, tenant, Poynetts Marsh (co. Essex), 2089.

-, -, petition for weigher's place, Plymouth, 388, 810.

-, Mathew or Mathias, Comptroller, Carlisle port, 87, 128, 375, 1436, 1589, 1626, 1764.

-, Nicholas, of Taunton, debtor to J. Hacker, 1091.

-, Mr., importing lace and Holland cloth, 1070.

-, -, advancing money out of tobacco and sugar duties, 1297.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 422.

-, -, tidesman, London, 439.

-, -, King's doorkeeper, tenant near Whitehall, 158.

-, Thomas, collector of the Plantation duty in Carolina, 392, 19956, 2081; collector, Weymouth port, 392, 2082; ditto, Poole port, 1996, 2082.

Millery, Monsieur de, French Protestant refugee, 438, 475.

Milles see Mills.

Milleson, Capt., commander of the artillery in Yarmouth port, 1159.

Millet, Claudio Francisco Millet de Chales, Italian Jesuit and mathematician, his treatises on Fortification, Trait d'Euclide etc., 4.

Millington, John, Serjeant at Law, steward of the courts in Sherwood Forest, 936, 1273.

-, Robert, tenant of encroachment, Macclesfield, 1337.

Million, Henry, Customs place, London, 371.

Millmoor, Millheymoor, Millihay or Milliland (Alderwasley, co. Derby), 1227.

Mills (Milles), Elmer, quayman, London, 487.

-, Gideon, discovery of rebels' estates in the West, 1975.

-, Hen., rebel in the West, 422.

-, James, Tangier soldier, 1346.

-, John, boatman, Harwich, 1792.

-, -, Accomptant of the Four and a Half per cent. duty and Comptroller of the Plantation duty, Barbados, 506.

-, Richard, one of the King's falconers, 102, 308.

-, -, porter to the tin farthings at the Mint, 1623.

-, Thomas, rebel in the West, 422.

-, -, lands, Windsor, 1703.

Milltown (co. Kilkenny), 1734.

-, (Deece barony, co. Meath), 569.

-, (Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny), 1187.

-, St. John (Middlethird barony, co. Tipperary), 553.

Milltownbegg (Middlethird or Clanwilliam barony, co. Tipperary), 555.

Millward see Milward.

Millwood, John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

Milner, William, webster, Northwich, 896.

Milond (co. Hereford), 1809.

Milreis, Portuguese (money of account), 1596; equivalence of, 1901.

Milton, Christopher and Sir Christopher, a Baron of the Exchequer, 711, 741, 1199, 1304, 1353.

-, Richard, of Ipswich, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Norfolk etc., 1805.

-, Simon, gunner, Tangier, 814, 847.

Milton (co. Hants), 1569, 1619.

-, (co. Kent), 64, 448, 2118.

-, Ernest (co. Beds), 2074.

-, Falconbridge (co. Somerset), 852, 1481.

Milverton (co. Somerset), King's borough and manor of, 33, 168, 661, 884, 1651, 1780, 1782, 1787, 1799.

Milward (Millward), Henry, landwaiter, Bristol, 1918, 2009, 2159.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 423.

Mince, Elinor, daughter of Richard, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, John, son of Richard, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Judith, daughter of Richard, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Mary, daughter of Richard, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Richard, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

Minchin, Humphry, lands, Ireland, 559.

Mindrim (co. Northumberland), 666.

Minehead (co. Somerset), port, 14, 375, 427, 603, 691, 815, 859, 872, 1169, 1815, 1827, 2009, 2044, 2073, 2108.

Miners see Minors.

Miners, Royal Company of, 1071.

Mines, coal see Coal.
-, lead, 191, 1934.
-, royal (gold and silver), 1091, 1186; in Virginia, 34, 1071; in Ireland, 1525; in the West Indies, 831; in Jamaica, 790; in America, 1071; in Durham, 1298, 1438; in Gloucester (gold and quicksilver), 258, 354.

Minifre (Minfie, Minifie), John, rebel in the West, 415, 424.

Minkey, James, letter carrier to the Post Office, 1677.

Minnes see Mynne.

Minors (Miners, Mynors, Mynores), Richard, clerk of the Bristol Road in the Post Office, 1283, 1971.

-, William, of the Inner Temple, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Chester etc., 1805; ditto, Northants etc., 1805, 1982; ditto, Northumberland etc., 1805; ditto, Notts etc., 1806.

Minors Town [? Mylerstown] (Iffa and Off a barony, co. Tipperary), 549.

Minshull, Francis, estate forfeited for manslaughter, 209.

-, Thomas, heir of Sir Ed. Fitton, Earl of Macclesfield's lands, 1024, 1068.

Minshull Vernon Manor (Cheshire), 2067.

Minster (Isle of Sheppey), 883, 884, 886.

Mint, the (Southwark), 1675.
-, accounts, 39, 216, 271, 777, see Mint (Coinage), Mint (Commissioners), Mint (debt), Mint (Master).
-, assaymaster (see Brattle, Sir J.), 823, 824, 826, 827; books of, 823; house of, 337.
-, assays, waste in making, 777.
-, bad and clipped money in, 1818.
-, balance maker to, office of, 1157, see Hart, J.
-, books see Mint (Assaymaster), Mint (King's), Mint (quarterly).
-, building offices in, 37.
-, chief clerk and clerk of the papers or King's clerk see Hall, T., Brough, T., 823, 826.
-, clerk of the Irons, 626.
-, clerks, 30.
-, clippers and counterfeiters, and utterers of false moneys, prosecution of (and see Macy, G., Carr, S., Doyley, T.), 13, 21, 22, 24, 35, 107, 315, 428, 438, 508, 532, 542, 590, 607, 613, 614, 673, 792, 823, 981, 989, 1032, 1038, 1039, 1061, 1204, 121011, 1216, 1290, 1322, 1330, 1352, 1379, 1499 1500, 1631, 1653, 1661, 1927, 1930, 1960; goods and estates and tools of, seized and delivered to the Warden of the Mint, 13, 467, 142, 165, 196, 210, 225, 245, 807, 857, 1038, 1039, 1213.
-, Coinage Duty, Acts for (18 Car. II, c. 5, 25 Car. II, c. 8, 1 Jac. II, c. 7), 221, 582, 610, 611, 642, 779, 929, 1039, 1094,
-, issues out of, for the Mint and Coinage, 542, 582, 611, 676, 688, 821, 825, 929, 941, 1508, 1544, 1707, 2039.
-, poundage allowance to Customs officers for collecting, 642, 651, 959, 1039.
-, receipts of, from the ports, 655, 719, 1159, 1163, 1176, 1789.
-, Receiver of, 284, see Kent. R.
-, Coining or coinage, 275, 1186,
-, accounts, 750, 971, 1250, see Slingsby, H.
-, of Dunkirk money, 1077, 1760, 1787, and see Dunkirk.
-, of small silver coins (penny, twopenny, threepenny and fourpenny pieces), dies and tools for, 598, 750, and see Colburn, R. and J.
-, of copper farthings, 1731, 19967.
-, of tin farthings and halfpence, account of, 16214, 1731; Commissioners for (see Buckworth, Sir J., Neale, T., Duncombe, C., Hoare, J.), 176, 1621, 2104; model and inscription for, 176; proposals for, 1166; rules for, 610; engraver for, see Scobell, J.; labourer for, see Stuckle, E., Palmer, E.; porters for, see Mills, R., Rhea, J., Hunt, R.; Skinners' Hall used for, 1697;
-, Surveyor of meltings, see Briggs, J.; Tellers for, see Man, J., Etherington, S., Stent, T., D'Orville, J.; Tin Farmers to be at liberty to coin tin farthings and halfpence, 1908, 1925, 1981, 2060; inscription and patterns for their coins, 2040, 2060; Treasurer for, see Bartlett, J.; issues out of tin coinage money, alias out of the profits of tin farthings, 104, 1940, 2016.
-, allowance to Master and Worker on silver and gold coinage, 49, 777.
-, details and prices of, under the Mint indenture, 8212.
-, new way of coining, new way of rounding the money, 825, 1837.
-, pension out of coinage to B. Villiers (2d. per lb. of silver coined, altered to 600l. per an.), 779, 1246, and see Villiers, B.
-, Commissioners for office of Master and Worker on the suspension of H. Slingsby (see Buckworth, Sir J., Neale, T., Duncombe, C., Hoare, J.), 22, 30, 34, 39, 49, 67, 101, 106, 116, 135, 149, 150, 196, 221, 234, 237, 245, 248, 271, 275, 291, 293, 308, 315, 336, 403, 428, 435, 468, 483, 486, 494, 519, 528, 532, 537, 540, 542, 579, 589, 598, 601, 610, 616, 641, 649, 656, 700, 720, 733, 742, 749, 7501, 7767, 779, 792, 829, 902, 910, 971, 1003, 1077, 1166, 1235, 1250, 1257, 1298, 1787; their accounts, 1253; issues to, see Mint (Master); instructions for their working in the interim between Slingsby's resignation and Neale's appointment as Master Worker, 716, 736.
-, Commissioners for tin farthings see Mint (coining tin).
-, Comptroller (see Hoare, J.), 821, 823, 824, 825, 826, 922, 939, 943, 953, 971, 972, 1003, 1038, 1061, 1246, 1314, 1408, 1431, 1508, 1818, 1869, 1996, 2113, 2118; house of, 337.
-, controlment roll, 825.
-, Coronation medals see Mint (medals).
-, counterpoise allowance, 826.
-, debt account, 1153, 1172.
-, dies, 598, 826.
-, engineer, 827, 1077, see Doyly, T., Blondeau, P., Colburn, R.; officer for marking gold and silver, 1003, see Walford, S.
-, engravers, 824, 827, 922, 1593, 1841, 2118, see Roettiers, J., J. and T., Symon, B., Scobell, J.
-, establishment, 166; under the Mint indenture, 8267.
-, gold chains and medals see Mint (medals).
-, Healing medals see Mint (medals).
-, Hispaniola wreck silver in the Mint, 1257, 1407, 1408, 1431, 1889, 1942, 2027, 2040, 2051, 20578, 2062, 2064, 2065, 2068, 2073, 2094, 2099.
-, houses and storehouses in, 291, 589, 720, 749, 824.
-, importers of bullion to the Mint, 776, 822, 824, 1077; method of accounting with them, 823.
-, indented trial pieces see Mint (Trial pieces).
-, indenture, 728, 736, 777; new indenture, 742, 8217, 1314, 1970, 21278; fees under, 728.
-, King's books in, 777.
-, King's clerk in, see Mint (chief clerk).
-, marks on coins, 823, 1003.
-, Master and Worker (see Freeman, Sir R., Harley, Sir R., Villiers, Sir E., Slingsby, H., Neale, T.), 610, 715, 716, 736, 922, 939, 943, 953, 971, 972, 1003, 1061, 1246, 1314, 1408, 1431, 1818, 19967, 2118; issues to (and to the Mint Commissioners) for the service of the Mint and coinage, 49, 115, 166, 248, 277, 297, 353, 368, 445, 476, 479, 537, 542, 582, 611, 676, 688, 929, 941, 1035, 1038, 1152, 1359 60, 1707, 1979; accounts, 216, 7501, 7767, 825, 971, 1077, 1105, 1159, 1163, 1172, 1224, 1250, 1258, 1431, 1760, 1787, 1857, 2113; allowance or fee on coinages, 49, 777, 821, 827; house of, 337.
-, master plumber to, 1060, 1331, see George, J., Cock, J.
-, medals, Coronation medals, 39, 135, and see Coronation; medals of the King and Queen, 116, 135, 269, 308; list of presentees, 1401; gold chains and medals for the Navy, 49, 1760; Healing medals or Angel gold for the King's use in healing, making of, in the Mint, 50, 101, 519, 600, 1159, 1172, 1176, 1222, 1285, 1498, 1508, 1665, 1760, 1801, 1843, 1857, 1952, 21123, 2126; issues for Healing medals, see Privy (Purse).
-, melters, 1077.
-, meltings, account of, 825.
-, Minister in the Mint, 826.
-, Moneyers, Corporation of, 824, 825, 971, 976, 1077, 1957; Provost of, 825; debt to, 750; allowance on coinage, 822, 8256; house of, 589.
-, New England see New England.
-, office, 30, 1837.
-, officers of, general references to, 948, 1023, 1034, 1105, 1186, 1231, 1286, 1407, 1438, 1466, 18212, 1930, 1945, 1957, 1967, 1969, 1997, 2056, 2120; diet, 777; exemption from juries and freemen's duties, 1817.
-, papers and reports, 971, 976, 18212; neglect of keeping same, 1822; clerk of see Mint (chief clerk).
-, pile of weights, 824.
-, Pix see Mint (Trial).
-, Plumber to, see George, J.; Cock, J.
-, porter of, 826, see Dallow, R.; houses of, in the Tower, 30.
-, presses, tools and engines, 49, 750, 1258, 1760, 1837, 1981.
-, purveyor, fee to, 827.
-, quarterly books of the office, 30.
-, Receipt of the Mint, 821.
-, remedy allowance in the Mint indenture, 822.
-, repairs to houses etc., 39, 777.
-, Roettier Garden, 291.
-, Scotland see Scotland.
-, seigniorage, 821.
-, Sexton in the Mint, 826.
-, side of the Tower, 1634.
-, smiths of the Mint, 824; assistant to the engravers, 827.
-, Surveyor of the meltings (see Evans, G.), house of, in the Mint, 579, 823, 826.
-, Teller see Mint (weigher).
-, tin farthings see Mint (coining farthings).
-, tools see Mint (presses).
-, Trial of the Pix, 63, 434, 8234, 889, 940.
-, Trial Pieces for gold and silver and Jury of Goldsmiths for preparation of, 823, 1286, 1314, 1957, 19678, 1970, 2120, 21278; location of deposit of, 822, 2128.
-, Warden (Keeper of the Exchange and money in the Tower and Keeper of the Coinage) (see St. Leger, Sir A., Parkhurst, Sir W., Wharton, Sir T. and P., Lloyd, Sir P., Wynne, O.), 20, 46, 88, 237, 245, 315, 428, 435, 468, 483, 486, 494, 528, 579, 589, 656, 742, 749, 750, 776, 779, 792, 8217, 829, 939, 943, 971, 981, 1003, 1023, 1035, 1038, 1039, 1061, 1213, 1246, 1314, 1379, 1408, 1431, 1499, 1631, 1653, 1661, 1760, 1818, 1841, 1927, 1960, 1962, 1996, 2113, 2118; accounts, 216, 643, 972; clerk to, see Macy, G.; second clerk to, see Ellis, J.; custody of Trial Pieces, 822; fee, 826; house of, 237, 337; imprests to, 776; neglect of keeping register of reports, 1822; yearly sum for, under the Mint indenture, 822.
-, Weigher and Teller, 826, 872, see Fitch, T., Perrot, L.; assistant to, 826, see Taylor, W., Segar, H.

Mintern, William, tenant of concealed lands, Woking, 887.

-, Wolley, Poll arrears, 1390.

Minvielle, Gabriel, proposed for the Council of New York, 1627.

Mirfield (co. Yorks), vicarage, 1977.

Mirfin, Robert, tidesman, Liverpool, 13, 709.

Mislingford Coppice see New Forest (Bere).

Missey see Messey.

Misson (co. Notts, Hatfield Chase Level), King's manor of, 1156.

Missy Hurst see Dean Forest.

Misterton (co. Notts), vicarage, 1978.

Mitcham (co. Surrey), 1675.

Mitchell (Michel, Michol), Daniel, of Bennington, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Herts, 1983.

-, George, repairs in Prince Rupert's house in Spring Gardens, 591.

-, Humphry, Vicar of Horninghold, 2075.

-, James, Tangier soldier, 901, 910.

-, -, bill of lading, Lisbon, 753.

-, John, rebel in the West, 522, 539.

-, -, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

-, -, waterman, London port, 1045.

-, Joseph, trooper in Capt. J. Coy's Company, Tangier, 1639, 1655, 1844.

-, Mary, shopkeeper, Barbados, 61.

-, Peter, rebel in the West, 522, 539.

-, Robert, trustee of Prince Charles's lands for the City of London, 867.

-, -, weigher, Cowes port, 2009.

-, Thomas, Quaker, co. Oxford, 634.

-, William, petition for landwaiter's place, London port, 1378, 14523.

Mitchelburne see Michelborne.

Mitford, John, goods for the Marquis of Winchester, 915.

Mitton see Mytton.

Mocata, Moses, importing cocoa nuts, 1995.

Mockford, John, waiter, Eastbourne and Pevensey, 976.

Mocully (co. Kilkenny), 1734.

Modd, Lance or Lanell, Vicar of North Elkington and South Elkington, 2078.

Models for ship gun carriages, 1073.

Modena, Ambassadors from, see Ambassadors.

-, Duchess, going to England, 301; presents from, for the Queen, 1544; mourning for, 1530, 1897, 1903, 1905.

-, Duke, 1891.

Modenden (co. Kent), 887.

Modgridge see Mogridge and Mangridge.

Modgrove (Isle of Sheppey), 887.

Moedas, Spanish coin, equivalence of, 1901.

Mogher (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 555.

Moghlagh (Half Fore barony, co. Meath), 569.

Mogridge (Modgridge, Moggridge and see Mangridge), John, rebel in the West, 415, 419.

-, William, rebel in the West, 418, 420, 425.

Mohair (Moyhair), embroidered, 2015.

Mohany see Mahony.

Mohun, Charles, 4th Lord Mohun of Okehampton, Poll arrear, 1044.

-, Edward, tidesman, Plymouth, 1671.

-, Lady, Philippa, widow of Charles, 3rd Lord Mohun, Poll arrear, 1044; grant of lands, 878.

Molasses (melosses), question of Navigation Act effect on imports of, from France and Holland, 212, 1841, 1856, 1885, 1998, 1919 20, 2060, 21734.

Mole, John, of Bethnal Green, hackney coachman, 1819.

-, Thomas, of Bethnal Green, hackney coachman, 1819.

Mole, the, Tangier, see Tangier.

Molesworth, Col. Hender, Lieut.Governor of Jamaica, 55, 286, 713, 738, 774, 1100, 1319, 1385, 1566, 1611, 1692, 1694, 1889, 2027, 2173.

Molineux see Molyneux.

"Molinos, The Trial of" [? a print], 1974.

Molins see Moulin; Molyns.

Mollassin (Slievardagh barony, co. Tipperary), 557.

Molliens, Mr., sending bed furniture from France, 605.

Molloy, Charles, Hy. Cornish's estate, 472.

-, Dan., Lieutenant, Tangier, 1003.

-, Lucy, widow to Dan., loans to Tangier officers, 324, 792, 1003.

-, Terence, Army pension, 702, 1282, 1469, 1709.

Molony, Daniel, Greenwax fines, Ireland, 1208, 1381.

-, John O', Bishop of Killaloe, 1943.

Molyneux (Molineux), Caryll, 3rd Visct. Molyneux of Maryborough, 2152.

-, Darcy, of Mansfield, sheriff of Notts, 1273; Commissioner to view Sherwood Forest timber, 936, 1273.

-, Edmund, Army pension, 702, 1470, 1710.

-, William, a Papist (eldest son to Caryll, Visct. Molyneux), Customer of Chester port, 2080, 2118, 2121, 2149, 2152, 2156, 2165.

Molyns, William, tenant of concealed land, Clewer, Berks, 885.

Mompesson (Mumpesson), Sir Tho., 120.

Monaguan (Ireland), ferry at, 1954.

- (County), 1954.

Monasterevin (co. Kildare), ferry at, 1954.

Monasteries, lands of, 161.

Monavere, James, wool frauds, Kent, 1974, 2034.

Monck (Monck, Monke), Charles, Excise case, Limerick, 1709.

-, Christopher, 2nd Duke of Albemarle, 229; rent of Mate Park in lieu of purchase money from the King on its being laid into Windsor Great Park, 328, 578, 10167, 14645, 1528, 1546, 1597; Regiment of, 431, 1601; creation money as Duke and as Earl of Torrington, 1017; fee farm to the Queen Dowager out of his lands in Essex, 1016; pension of 1,000l. a year (as a Gentleman of the Bedchamber), 1017; subsidy arrears, 1044; patent for mines royal in the Plantations, 850, 10712, 12312; Hispaniola wreck fishing venture, 1426, 1447, 1459, 1460, 1467, 1580, 1589, 17045, 1958, 2043; his tenants in Theobalds, 14645, 1479, 1629; Governor of Jamaica, 983, 1229, 1258, 1280, 1319, 1345, 1355, 1385, 1438, 1451, 1463, 1466, 1478, 1566, 1600, 1651, 2173; fee farms, 852.

-, Francis, wool export prevention, 76.

-, George, 1st Duke of Albemarle, General of the Forces, 34, 107, 1001, 1016, 1028, 1108, 1109, 1384; keeper of St. James's Park, 1526; tenants, Theobalds, 1629; a Treasury Lord, 1413.

-, Mr., haberdasher in Old Bailey, letter receiver to the Post Office, 1671.

Monckton (Mounckton), Nicholas, lands, Ireland, 1900.

Monckton (co. Pembroke), 1714; pension to Vicar of, out of Crown revenues of co. Monmouth, 1429.

Moncrief (Moncreife), Alexander, shipmaster, 984.

-, James or Thomas, waiter, Bridgtown, Barbados, 1476, 1595.

Monendrue (Crannagh barony, co. Kilkenny), 563.

Monequil (Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 556.

Money, Mar., Quaker, co. Norfolk, 633.

Moneyhenry (Monyhur) (Knocktopher barony, co. Kilkenny), 563.

Moneymihill (Iffa and Offa barony, co. Tipperary), 555.

Mongovrest (Kilkenny City), 561.

Monings, Dame Elizabeth, widow of Sir Thomas, 2033, 2060.

-, Sir Thomas, water bailiff of the Severn, 2033, 2060.

Monke see Monck.

Monkertown (Iffa and Offa barony, co. Tipperary), 554.

Monksgrange (Iffa and Offa barony, co. Tipperary), 558.

Monmouth, Duke of, see Scott, J.

-, -, rebellion of, see Rebellion.

-, -, Stables see Royal (Stables).

Monmouth Town, stipend to Vicar of, out of the Crown revenues of South Wales, 1633; St. Thomas's near the Bridge, 1633; Assizes at, 1499.

- County, 1022, 1429, 2115.

-, -, Justices of Peace, 1396, 1459.

-, -, Post fines, 90.

-, -, Receiver of Crown revenues, see Lloyd, B., Jones, W., Nash, J.

-, -, Receiver of Assessments, see Williams, C.; arrears of, 1041, 1160.

-, -, Recusants, Receiver of Recusants' forfeitures, see Langley, J., Baker, T.; Commissioners to enquire of Recusants' fines, 1696, 1993, 2056.

-, -, sheriffs, 494.

Monro (Monroe), Capt., Tangier, 307, 385.

-, John, deputy King's waiter, London, 766.

Monson (Mounson), Elizabeth, widow of William, Visct. Monson of Castlemaine, and wife of A. Felton, 1076.

-, Sir Jo., grant of King's Bench fines on alienations, 437.

-, William, Visct. Monson of Castlemaine, debt to J. Vickers, 659; attainder, 1076.

Montagu see Wortley.

-, Visct., see Browne, F.

Montagu, Anne, widow of Robert, 3rd Earl of Manchester, 1333, 1575, 2106.

-, Bartholomew, huntsman to Charles II, 1380; Poll arrear, 1390.

-, Edward, 2nd Earl of Manchester, 1332.

-, -, Earl of Sandwich, Queen Katherine's dowry receipts, 1231.

-, Henry, 1st Earl of Manchester, Lord Privy Seal, 6.

-, John, Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge, collections for redemption of captives in Barbary, 1670.

-, -, engine for cutting tobacco, 1718.

-, Ralph, Lord Montagu of Boughton, Master of the Great Wardrobe, 50, 80, 156, 182, 271, 401, 972, 1530; accounts, 291, 700; going to France, 320.

-, Robert, Visct. Mandeville, 3rd Earl of Manchester, Chamberlain of the Household, 1332; lease of Staughton Magna, 13323, 1575, 2050, 20678.

-, William, Serjeant at Law, 1; a Baron of the Exchequer, 1, 414, 703, 1054, 1312; Treasurer to the Queen Dowager, 1061, 1114.

Montgomery (Montgomerie), Alexander, lease, Kirton in Lindsey, 1779.

-, Bridget, wife of Hugh, 1779.

-, Hugh, 2nd Earl of MountAlexander, pension on the Irish establishment, 1747.

Montgomery County, 201, 296, 1428.

-, -, Hearthmoney, 278.

-, -, Justices of, 1113, 1311.

-, -, Receiver of Crown revenues, see Harcourt, G., Whitley, T., Wynne, M.

-, -, seal for, 1726; for the Chancellor of, 1593, 1726.

Montgomery Hundred (co. Montgomery), 428.

Montserrat (and see Leeward Islands), 314, 877.
-, Assembly, 1151, 2170.
-, Commissioner in, for the Four and a Half per cent. Duty, see Belchamber, T., Nagle, R.
-, Deputy Governor or Lieut.Governor (see Cotter, Col., Powell, Col. E.), 1151, 2170.
-, Four and a Half per cent. Duty see Four.
-, negroes sent to, 2049.
-, Plantation trade and bonds see Leeward.
-, present from the Assembly to the Deputy Governor, 2170.
-, Scotch trade to, in contravention of the Navigation Act, 314.

Monyhur see Moneyhenry.

Moody, Abraham, tidesman, Falmouth, 1556.

-, Daniell, gunner, Portsmouth, 4045.

-, Edward, tidesman, Bridgwater, 1792; tidesman, London, 1733.

-, Elizabeth, sister of Daniel, wife of J. Hicks, 4045.

-, James, rebel in the West, 422.

-, Major John, lands, Ireland, 558.

Moon, Col. Fra., enquiring of rebels in the West, 546.

Moore (Moor, More, Muir), Arthur, proposal to farm the, in Virginia, Maryland etc., 1042, 1299.

-, Bazil, junr., of Gubbins, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Herts, 1983.

-, Charles or Charles the Moor, Army pension, 702, 1282, 1709.

-, Christopher Cosaicre, landwaiter, London, 2157.

-, Sir Cleve, of Moore Hall, Lancs, baronet fee, 1273, 1288.

-, Cyprian, clerk for entering Writs of Covenant and Writs of Entry in the Alienation Office, 143, 1612.

-, Sir Edward, of Moore Hall, co. Lancs, baronet fee, 1066, 1273, 1288.

-, Sir George, of Bucks, baronet fee, 1810.

-, George, searcher, Hull, 386.

-, -, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

-, -, of London, merchant, lease of land in Delamere Forest, Cheshire, 1255, 1279, 1320, 1403, 16623, 1870.

-, Sir Henry, of Fawley, Berks, superstitious uses papers, 296; a loyal Recusant, 637.

-, Henry, Visct. Moore of Drogheda, 1st Earl of Drogheda, grant of Kennington Manor, 641, 667.

-, -, tenant of marshland in Leigh, Essex, 2089; ditto, in Much Wakering, Essex, 2089.

-, James, gent., volunteer from Holland, 1790.

-, -, rebel in the West, 422.

-, Jo., alderman of London, 120.

-, John, King's waiter, Bristol, 437, 1211, 1241, 1265, 1321, 1958.

-, -, keeper of records in the Augmentation Office, 1918.

-, -, Commissioner to fell wood in Sherwood Forest, 1273.

-, -, debtor to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, -, rebel in the West, 423, 424, 425.

-, -, Quaker, co. Kent, 633.

-, -, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Notts etc., 1806.

-, -, smith, repairs in New Park, 2112.

-, Katherine, see Stewart, Katherine.

-, Lewis, searcher, Pembroke ferry, 307, 432.

-, Margaret, daughter of Mary, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Mary, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Mr., disturbing B. Grenfell in a mine royal, Durham, 1438.

-, -, turnkey in the King's Bench, letter receiver to the Post Office, 1676: messenger to the Post Office, 1674.

-, -, in the family of the Countess of Drogheda, 1973.

-, - or Mrs., tenant of marsh in Great Wakering, co. Essex, 2090.

-, Mris., pension, Ireland, 1747.

-, Moses, rebel in the West, 423.

-, Nicholas, lands, Ireland, 569.

-, Richard, lands, Ireland, 553, 566.

-, -, senr. and junr., Recusants, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, -, of Cullompton, Elsmore waste near Tiverton, 1543.

-, Robert and his wife, Quakers, co. Notts, 631.

-, Stephen, rebel in the West, 414.

-, Thomas, discovery of concealed lands in Kent and Surrey, 161.

-, -, surveyor, Cowes, Isle of Wight, 232, 1563; wool seizures, 1657.

-, -, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

-, -, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1123, 1124.

-, -, son of Richard, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, -, rebel in the West, 416, 419, 424.

-, William, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1122.

-, -, Quaker, co. Norfolk, 633.

-, -, son of Richard, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, -, waiter of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty, Bridgtown, Barbados, 1595.

-, -, tenant of Sorrell's Marsh (Kirby, co. Essex), 2090.

Moore (More) Hall (co. Lancs), 1066, 1273, 1288.

Moores (Mores), Edward, riding surveyor, Bideford, 186; collector, Barnstaple, 1819; ditto, Padstow, 1819.

-, Francis, petition for a collectorship in the Hearthmoney, 1538.

-, George, gauger of Excise, Cheshire, 851.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 417.

Mooretown see Moorstown.

Moorhead Mill in Balgerth (Duleek barony, co. Meath), 568.

Moors, Moorish see Morocco.

-, engagements with, at Tangier, see Tangier (war).

Moorstown (Moorestown, alias Morstown) (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 551, 555, 558.

- (Iffa and Offa barony, co. Tipperary), 568.

Moorwood see Dean Forest.

Moray, Lord, see Stewart, C.

-, Earl, see Stewart, A.

Mordaunt, Carey, spinster, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2180, 2183, 2185.

-, Elizabeth, Countess Dowager of Peterborough, widow of John, 1st Earl of Peterborough, grant of Crown waste, 1084, 1606, 2058.

-, Henry, 2nd Earl of Peterborough, 444, 1314; pension as former Governor of Tangier, 180, 281, 290, 2912, 319, 352, 401, 499, 487, 660, 662, 689, 723, 946, 958, 1198, 1202, 1354, 1357, 1586, 1872, 2110, 2168; payment to, for the Duke of York, 182; Groom of the Stole, 222, 264, 266, 291, 36970, 378, 446, 529, 703, 812, 949, 1181, 1343, 1462, 1542, 1739, 1869, 2011; trustee for the Queen's settlement, 275, 357, 684, 926, 1143, 1287, 1433, 1690, 1836, 1972; trustee for the Queen Mother for Greenwich House etc., 1164; payment to, for special service, 1132; Regiment, 2128; pictures for, 226, 269, 602, 608, 1540; Garter robes for, 251; Ambassador to the Emperor, 470; house at Tangier, 662; Poll arrear, 1277, 1599; grant of Backwell's debt, 1748, 1782, 19645, 20212.

-, Sir John, his house at Tangier, 487, 499, 682, 1258, 1309, 1488, 17645, 1800, 1942; debt to, from officers at Tangier, 508, 843, 1716.

-, John, Viscount Mordaunt, 2nd son of 1st Earl of Peterborough, grant of derelict lands, 2058; with the Dutch frigates at St. Christopher, 2172.

-, Penelope, Countess of Peterborough, wife of Henry, 2nd Earl of Peterborough, 291; house, Tangier, 304; Groom of the Stole to the Queen, 69; derelict lands grant, 2058; goods for, 2165.

-, William, Commissioner for setting out the ports in South Wales, 443.

Morden, Sir John, of Wricklemarsh, baronet fee, 2084.

Morden Mills (Calstock, co. Cornwall), 210.

More see Moore.

Morea, the (Greece), Venetians in, 1192.

Moregan (co. Fermanagh), ferry at, 1954.

Morello, John, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

Moren, Monsieur, house in the Privy Garden, 1052.

Mores see Moores.

Moresk (Tywarnhaile and Moresk, manors, Trerice, co. Cornwall), 1414, 1474, 1519.

Moreton see Morton.

Morewood, Henry, grant of ferries, Ireland, 19535.

Morgallion, barony (co. Meath), 569.

Morgan, Amy, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Charles, attending the Navy purveyors concerning timber, 2100; Deputy Surveyor General of Woods, Trent South, 1549; deputy to his uncle, Auditor Tudor, 1688.

-, -, issues to, for books, parchment and writing for the Household, 1134, 1325.

-, Edward, petition for collectorship of Cornwall Duchy rents in Somerset, 1545.

-, Sir Henry, Lieutenant-Governor of Jamaica, 219.

-, Henry, deputy King's waiter, London port, 2154.

-, James, of Llanvihangel-Llantarnam, co. Monmouth, Recusancy recognisance, 1022.

-, John, of Caerleon, co. Monmouth, Recusancy recognisance, 1022.
-, ditto, London, 1021.

-, -, informing of Customs frauds, Topsham and Exeter, 220, 743, 948; petition for Customs place, 324.

-, -, tidesman, Starcross, 186.

-, -, Poll arrear, 678.

-, -, shipmaster, 727, 789, 984.

-, Morice, rebel in the West, 414.

-, Mr., payment to, for Crown Law cases, 459, 1683.

-, Robert, ship's cooper, concealing Hispaniola silver, 2062, 2064, 2068.

-, Rowland, bond from Sir J. James and R. Huntingdon, 1664.

-, Sam., weighing porter, Bristol port, 1475.

-, Thomas, tidesman, Bristol, 936, 1755.

-, -, of Caerleon, co. Monmouth, Recusancy recognisance, 1022.

-, Turvill, of Llanfair, co. Monmouth, Recusancy recognisance, 1022.

-, Walter, Commissioner for setting out ports in South Wales, 443.

-, William, carver, Chelsea Hospital works, 1847.

-, -, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, -, discovery of concealed lands, Pembroke, 90910.

-, -, Clerk of the Stables, 119.

-, -, chaplain, Tangier, 847.

-, Col. William, lease of Rotten Row, Old Street, 745, 128, 1618.

Moring, Edward, of Lambourn, co. Berks, loyal Recusant, 637.

Morlaix (France), 428.

Morland, Samuel, Mr. or Esq. [? for Sir Samuel], 1729, 1861, 2026.

-, Sir Samuel, pensions, 277, 41112, 456, 466, 474, 607, 617, 778, 949, 1080, 1162, 1180, 1256, 1264, 1304, 1375, [1729, 1861]; grant out of Tenths of Gloucester diocese, 374, 41112, 579, 7356, 778, 1080, 1472, 1545; royal bounty to, 1073, 1083; Windsor water works, 3534, 387, 394, 41112, 954, 1080, 1304, 1328; secret service, 411; in French service, 412; fire engine, 412; models for gun carriages, 1073; water engine for St. James's Park, 1073.

Morley, Charles, Master of Requests, 426.

-, Francis, lands, Winchester, 16 17.

-, George, Bishop of Winchester, 36.

-, -, a Master of Chancery in the Alienation Office, 1344, 141213, 1617, 1888.

-, John, rebel in the West, 422.

-, Richard, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2182, 2184.

-, Shadreek, rebel in the West, 422.

-, Thomas, Avener, Royal Stables, 927, 1410.

-, -, petition for Customs place, 1309.

-, Valentine, King's waiter, London port, 1269, 1279, 1330, 1418, 1500.

Morocco and Moorish (and see also Algiers), King, 35.

-, ships seized by Admiral Herbert, 331.

-, slaves in, redemption of, see Redemption.

-, war and actions with, see Tangier (war).

Morphy see Murphy.

Morren, Pearce, rebel in the West, 417.

Morrice see Morris.

Morris (Morrice), Castilian, son of Col. John, Governor of Pontefract Castle, 1566; Receiver of Recusants' forfeitures, Yorks, West Riding, 1084, 12057.

-, Eleanor, widow, debt to her husband, Tangier, 325.

-, Elizabeth, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1123; of Solihull, ditto, 1126.

-, Evan, boatman, Nangle, Milford port, 1154, 1838.

-, Francis, poor Tangier soldier, 23.

-, -, lease of Knighton tolls, 1700.

-, Fulk, tenant, Kennington manor, 696.

-, Hannah, Quaker, co. Sussex, 630 ter.

-, Humphry, Auditor of the Exchequer Court, 1137.

-, John, Customer of Exeter, Dartmouth and Barnstaple, 83.

-, -, pension on Post fines, out of the Alienation Office, 91, 1153; grant out of the wood farm, 446.

-, -, Commissioner for setting out ports in South Wales, 443.

-, -, lease of Kennington manor, 641, 667.

-, Col. John, father of Castilian, 1566.

-, Jona., Vicar of Husborne Crawley, 2075.

-, Lew., hackney coachman, 1211.

- (Morrison), Mr., messenger, Lambeth, letter receiver to the Post Office, 1672.

-, -, cabinet maker, Cheapside, letter receiver to the Post Office, 1673.

-, Mris., widow of one of the King's trumpeters, 1572.

-, -, and her children, going to Virginia, 681.

-, Robert, Quaker, co. Sussex, 630 ter.

-, Thomas, Recusant, co. Oxford, 456.

-, William, Vicar of Aubourn, co. Lincoln, 2077.

-, Capt. William, petition for W. Leeke's fine, 151, 215, 389.

-, Sir William, former Secretary of State, 1108, 1474.

-, - (son of Sir William), pension, 1474.

Morrison see Morris, Mr.

Morse (Mors), John, rebel in the West, 419.

-, Joseph, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, Thomas, tidesman, London, ditto, Yarmouth, 1288.

-, William, debt to L. Santen, New York, 1707.

Morstown see Moorstown.

Mortality bills see Ireland; London.

Mortar pieces, 40.

Mortershed, Elizabeth, widow of Ralph, 709, 917, 961.

-, Ralph, employed on the Mole, Tangier, killed at Tangier, 709, 917.

-, Samuel, tenant of encroachments, Macclesfield, 1335.

Mortimer (Mortemore, Mortimar), Ensign Andrew, Tangier, 645, 844; house at Tangier, 438; wounds from Moors at Tangier, 1652.

-, Dr., physician to Charles I, and attended him on the scaffold, 1337.

-, Edward, debtor to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, John, rebel in the West, 418.

-, -, inquest on Backwell's estate, 1965.

-, Mark, tenant, Exchange Alley, London, 1965.

-, Roger, rebel in the West, 422.

-, Thomas, tidesman, Newcastle, 1671.

Mortlake (co. Surrey), 1673.

Morton (Moreton, Mourton), Edward, merchant, petition for Customs place, 579, 1299.

-, -, rebel in the West, 415.

-, Sir James, of Slaugham, co. Sussex, baronet fee, 767.

-, William, passenger to Jamaica, 267.

-, Sir William, grant of the Northern Neck of Virginia, 2017, 2061.

Morton (co. Lincoln), vicarage, 2077.

Morval (co. Cornwall), 912.

Mose see Moss.

Mosely (Mousley), Benjamin, Quaker, co. Sussex, 630.

-, Joseph, goods for Virginia, 1600.

Mosely Gate see Dean Forest.

Moss (Mose, Mosse), Francis, trustee in Prince Charles's lands for the City of London, 8678.

-, -, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Sussex, 1696.

-, Henry, tenant of concealed lands, Bermondsey, 879.

-, John, one of the King's musicians, 130; Poll arrear, 1391.

-, Thomas, Quaker, co. Herts, 632.

-, William, of Skelmersdale, Lancs, Recusancy recognisance, 1022.

Moston, Peter, steward of Menai, Anglesea, 2010.

Mostyn (co. Flint), 1671, 1721.

Mote Park laid into Windsor Great Park see Monck, C.

Mottram (co. Cheshire), 747.

Mouche, Moses de la, French refugee, importing muslins, 603.

Mould, Jon., arrears, Tangier, 385.

Moulin (Mouline, Molins), John, clerk of Lord Dover's Troop of Grenadiers, 982; Lieut. John, his Company in the West against the rebels, 1607.

-, Peter du, imprests for the Council of Trade, 38.

Moulsey Prior and Moulsey Mathan (co. Surrey), manor, 1910.

Moult, the (Kells barony, co. Meath), 567.

Mounchou (Monchau), Anthony Favan D', Serjeant of the King's Harthounds, 1665, 1678, 2147.

Mounckton see Monckton.

Mounsey, William, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 882.

Mountaine, John, smuggler, 1996.

Mount-Alexander, Earl of, see Montgomery, H.

Mounteney, Richard, senr., Customs Cashier, 471, 1017, 1093; trustee of Alderman Backwell's estate, 810; house, Newport Pagnell, 1965.

-, -, junr., house, Newport Pagnell, 1965.

Mountjoy, Visct., see Stewart, W.

Mountstephen, Isaac, boatman, Topsham port, 726, 1421.

-, Sam., rebel in the West, 419.

Mountstephens, Mr., pictures for Mris. Roche, 529.

Mourning see King Charles II; Wardrobe; Ambassadors (extraordinaries).

Mourton see Morton.

Mousley see Mosley.

Mowbray, Mr., evidence against W. Batley, 1377.

Mowett, Capt. Roger, shipmaster, 1501, 1525.

Moxham, John, attorney to J. Thornton, gunner, Tangier, 1169.

Moxon, Ralph, Barbados, attainted estate, 1912, 1477; sugar seized at Bristol, 682.

Moyddin (co. Cardigan), 1756.

Moyfenrath barony (co. Meath), 567, 568, 569.

Moyherenenlagh (? Lower Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 554.

Moyhussy (Deece barony, co. Meath), 569.

Moyle, Sir Walter, lease, Cornwall, 481.

Moyles Court, manor, Fordingbridge, co. Southants, 1509.

Moyline, Jeremiah, deputy searcher, Colchester port, 917.

Moyneard ("Moynard") (Eliogarty barony, co. Tipperary), 557.

Moynetemple (Eliogarty barony, co. Tipperary), 557.

Moyser, Francis, Commissioner to enquire of derelict lands, co. Yorks, 1152.

Moyvore (co. Westmeath), 2102.

Moze ("Masey," "Moores") (co. Essex), 2090, 2092, 2093; West Masey, 2093; and see Beaumont cum Moze.

Much Totham (co. Essex), 2092, 2093.

Much Wakering see Wakering.

Muckalee (Fassadinin barony, co. Kilkenny), 565.

Muckarky (Eliogarty barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

Muckland, alias Mickland, lordship, Furness (co. Lancs), 1361; Standing Tarn in, 1361; Hart Mill and Sea Mill, 1362.

Mucklonymore (Ikerrin barony, co. Tipperary), 555.

Mudd, Mr., Tangier freight, 463.

Mudford, alias Hunford, Robert, rebel in the West, 423.

Mudston [? Muston, co. Leicester], postmaster of, 1676.

Muffs, imports of, 464; seizures of, 649.

Mugglewick ("Mugglesworth") Park (co. Durham), 1298.

Muilman, Godbolt, of Amsterdam, conveying letters in the Netherlands for the English Post Office, 1515.

Muir see Moore Katherine.

Mulbery, John, Quaker, London, 633.

Mulford, Daniel, boatman [London port], 349.

Mulgrave, Earl of, see Sheffield, J.

Mulgrave manor (co. Yorks), 626.

Mullagh (Iffa and Offa barony, co. Tipperary), 560.

Mullaghmony (Iffa and Offa barony, co. Tipperary), 555.

Mullens (Mullins), George, rebel in the West, 419.

-, James, Chirurgeon to the King's person, 12467.

-, Jose., rebel in the West, 422.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, 416.

-, Tho., boatman at the Pill in Bristol port, 1045.

Mullinbroe (Ida barony, co. Kilkenny), 563, 566.

Mulriam (Mul Ryam), Cornelius, Army pension, 702, 1282, 1469, 1710.

Mum, traders in, 503, 1060.

Mumby (co. Lincoln), 1774.

Mumford, Mr., moneys of the rebels in the West, 18967.

Mumpesson see Mompesson.

Muncaster (co. Cumberland), 675.

Munck see Monck.

Munday (Mundy), Francis, tidesman at the Pill, Bristol, 501, 519, 936.

-, James, payment out of rebels' estates in the West, 1721.

-, -, petition for solicitorship of Excise, 1553.

-, Thomas, rebel in the West, 421.

Mundon (co. Essex), 2091.

Munds, Samuel, ship Black Lyon, 1435.

Mundsley (co. Norfolk), 136.

Munnis (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 550.

Munroe see Monroe.

Munster Province (Ireland), quit rents, 1423, 1573.

- -, Vice Admiral of, 1534 5, see Southwell, R.

Muntrim (Slane barony, co. Meath), 569.

Murphy (Morphy), Serjeant Dennis, volunteer from Holland, 1814.

-, Serjeant Philip, volunteer from Holland, 1814.

Murray, Anne, Viscountess Bayning of Foxley, 1146.

-, Charles, 1st Earl of Dunmore, Regiment at Berwick, 2115, 2117.

-, Sir Charles, Quarter Master General of the Forces in Ireland, 403, 1132, 1416, 1743, 1879.

-, George, coachman to Charles II, 952, 962.

-, Capt. George, debt to the inhabitants, Tangier, 575.

-, Sir James, debt to the inhabitants, Tangier, 575.

-, John, Lord Murray of Tullibardine and 1st Earl of Tullibardine, grant of Worplesden manor, 887.

-, Lieut. John, debt to the inhabitants, Tangier, 575.

-, Lieut., volunteer from Holland, 1789.

-, Lord, see Stewart, C.; Murray, J.

-, Nicholas, books for, 850.

-, Robert, supernumerary coachman, petition for the registrarship of hackney coaches, 1575, 1915.

Musbury (co. Devon), 1759, 2006.

Muscat de St. Laurens, bottles of, 1346.

Muschamp, George, son of William, 288; Collector, Carolina, 288, 307, 1438.

-, William, of Dublin, farm of the great branches of the Revenue, Ireland, 288, 14235; lands, Ireland, 1187.

Muscovado see Sugar.

Muscovy or Muscovia Company (Company of English merchants for discovery of new trades, or Russia Company), 76, 490, 499, 580.
-, Governor of, see North, Sir D.
-, wool export, 695.

Muscovy, Czar, Envoy Extraordinary to, see Gordon, P.; Envoy from the two Czars of, 1655, 1660; embellished letter sent to, 1715.

Musgrave, Sir Christopher, Governor of Carlisle town and garrison, 390; Lieutenant General of the Ordnance, 493, 532, 581, 624, 771, 986, 1051, 1462; Collector, Carlisle port, 1838; Justice of Peace, 416, 418.

-, George, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Somerset, 1804, 1982.

-, Humphry, waiter, Whitehaven, 13, 1555, 1914.

-, Nathaniel, rebel in the West, 418.

-, Philip, a clerk of the Privy Council, 484, 573, 799, 981, 1051, 1243, 1524, 1795, 1798, 1938, 1940, 2012; clerk of the deliveries of Ordnance, 533, 1610, 1794, 1797.

-, Rachel, wife of Simon, passenger to Jamaica, 267.

-, Simon, passenger to Jamaica, 267; Attorney General, Jamaica, 2057; executor of T. Martin, Jamaica, 203; Capt. Symon, 691.

Music see King's (music); Chapel (Royal).

Musk, imports of, 912, 1701.

Muskadell wine, 1846.

Muslins, imports, 603, 1796.

- and other fine calicoes, loss on entering as calicoes, 257.

Mussard, Philip, jewels for the Queen Dowager, 1723.

Musson, Widow, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

Musters see Army.

-, exemption of officials from, 130.

Muston see Mudston.

Mustow, Henry, Tangier, 845; surgeon to Col. Trelawney's soldiers in the West, 532, 793, 922.

Mutlow, Capt., Company in Virginia, 255.

Muttlebury, John, rebel in the West, 422.

Muty (Meaty), John, Army pension, 701, 1281, 1709.

Mylerstown see Minors' Town.

Mylott, Ralph, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Yorks, 1696.

Mynaghane (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 550.

Mynne, Sir Henry, Paymaster of the Gentlemen Pensioners, 440.

Mynores see Minors.

Mytton (Mitton, Metton), John, information of Customs frauds, Exeter, 175, 7434, 948; discovery of Royal Aid debt, 1808.

-, -, lodgings in the Greencloth, 1466; Poll arrear, 1391.

-, -, bacon for Tangier, 1655.

-, Sir John, Groom of the Privy Chamber, 1134, 1325.

-, Mr., Lord Waldegrave's lodgings, 1478.

-, Thomas, Comptroller of Hull port, 22, 76, 391, 687, 1292.