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'Index: M', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 2: 1697-1702 (1871), pp. 611-615. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79566 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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Macclesfield, the Earl of, officers of his regiment, &c.; lxxiv. 31; lxxvi. 55.

-, Lord, on his journey to Hanover; lxxv. 51.

-, borough of; xlvi. 42; lxxiii. 44.

-, a bakehouse in; lxxii. 59.

Macculloch, John, army payments due to, petition; lxi. 55.

Mace or Maze, William, a pirate; lxv. 3.

Machell [one]; xliv. 74.

McKenzie, Frances, widow of Col. McKenzie; xlvi. 81.

Mackie, John, coast surveyor at Harwich, petition; xliii. 52.

-, -, an officer of the Secretaries of State; xliii. 52.

-, -, memorial of; xliii. 67.

-, Mr. li.; 2.

McNeall, Robert, of Coleraine, Esq., Ireland, petition; lxv. 7.

-, Mr., clerk to Mr. Benj. Overton, mint; lxxiii. 5.

Madagascar, goods from; lix. 30.

-, trade; pp. 230, 480.

-, -, the method of the; p. 480.

Maddock, Mr., paymaster to Sir Thomas Littleton; lxx. 57.

Madeira; lv. 9, p. 480.

Madrid; lxxvi. 27.

Madoxe, Philip; lxvii. 46.

Magawly, Patrick, Esq.; liii. 41.

Magnetical direction, experiments on the theory of; lvi. 31.

Magorman, John, merchant, London; lii. 51.

Maidstone, Richard, non-seizure of smugglers; lvii. 56, 66, 67.

Mail, the, robbed; lx. 11.

Malines, letter dated at; xlv. 35.

Mallock, Frances, widow; lvii. 70.

-, Rawlin, son of Roger Mallock, late collector of Excise; lxxiv. 3.

Malt Act, the; xlv. 2, 92.

-, drink of excessive strength; lxxiii. 17.

-, duties; xliv. 55; xlv. 87; li. 33, 43; lx. 76; lxx. 24.

-, lottery; xlvii. 41.

-, -, Commissioners of, memorial; l. 43.

-, tickets; xlv. 73; xlvii. 9, 17, 18, 31, 39, 40, 84; xlviii. 1, 29, 59; xlix. 27; li. 5, 33, 42; lv. 68, 33; lvi. 59; lvii. 54; lx. 73; lxi. 19; lxxv. 73; lxxvii. 27.

Man, the Isle of; lxvi. 42; lxxvi. 65.

Manchester, the Earl of, late ambassador in France; lxxvi. 59; lxxvii. 36.

Mangey, Arthur, executed for counterfeiting; xliii. 22.

-, -, convicted of high treason and executed for coining; xlvii. 33.

-, Mary, widow of Arthur; xlvii. 33.

Manley, Mr., a coast surveyor on the coast of Sussex; xliii. 52; xlv. 5a.

-, Mr., a land surveyor of London; lxxvii. 8.

Mansfield, the late Earl of; p. 461.

Manuscripts, valuable, damaged; xlviii. 28.

Maquase nation, America; p. 208, 209.

Margate; xlvi. 16; xlviii. 56; liv. 51.

-, agent for prizes at; xliii. 42.

-, seizure of brandy off; lxxvi. 63.

-, Road, hackney coachmen attend the King at; lxxvi. 58.

Marine regiments; lix. 12, 20; lxii. 39; lxiv. 15; lxvi. 16; lxxi. 63; lxxii. 41; lxxiii. 40, 54; lxxiv. 25.

-, -, the first; lvi. 8.; lxxi. 59, 63.

-, -, the second; lxiii. 13; lxiv. 29; lxxii. 41, 42; lxxiv. 13.

-, -, the four; lix. 42, 71.

-, -, -, establishment, &c.; xlvi. 89; lv. 2; lvi. 26.

-, three regiments; lv. 39; lvii. 60.

-, -, colonels of, &c.; xliii. 46; lv. 2; lix. 12, 20, 42, 53; lxii. 39.

Markham, Mr., acting as governor of Pennsylvania; lxi. 44.

-, -, of Pennsylvania; lxxii. 37.

-, Col.; p. 213.

-, Robert; lxxv. 25.

Marlborough, Lee, Earl of, Lord High Treasurer; lxxv. 7.

-, Margaret, Countess dowager of, “the only relict” of Lee, Earl of Marlborough; lxxv. 7.

Marlborough, William, Earl of, grant to; lxxv. 7.

-, the Earl of; lxxvi. 22.

-, -, minister abroad; lxxvii. 36.

Marmande, Mr., minister abroad; lxxvii. 36.

Marriages, duties on, Commissioners for, Westminster; xlvi. 7.

-, &c., duties on, &c.; xlviii. 51; lxv; 13; lxvii. 37; lxxvi. 2; lxxiv. 76 lxxviii. 55.

Marris, Charles, Customs seizures; lx. 28.

Marritt, Jane, widow; lxi. 35.

Marriott, Isaac, gent., concealments; lxiv. 21.

-, Mr.; li. 27.

-, -, deputy auditor; lx. 68.

-, Richard; lxx. 41; lxxiii. 4.

Marryott, Mr., deputy auditor of land revenue; lx. 68.

Marsaille, the battle of; xliii. 51.

Marseilles, goods imported from, as Italian; lv. 84.

Marshall, the Countess; lxxvi. 60.

-, Mr. Richard, horses from Barbary; lxv. 32; lxx. 5; lxxii. 30.

Marston Jalett, manor; lxviii. 60.

Marstrict, the taking of; lxix. 60.

Martin, Bennet, late collector of Excise, robbed; lxxv. 21.

-, John, collector of Excise; lxix. 32.

-, Robert, highway robber; lv. 15.

-, Wm. (Excise); lxxi. 44.

-, Count; lviii. 1b.

Martyn, Joseph, of London, merchant, supply of money to the Leeward Islands; lxxv. 74.

-, William, Esq., deputy steward of the Earl of Bath; lxx. 44.

Mary, Queen, goods of; xliii. 76.

Maryland; xlvi. 39; xlvii. 55; l. 27; lvii. 44, 47; lx. 77; lxi. 44; lxiv. 59; p. 481.

-, governor of; lvi. 82; lxi. 44; lxxii. 28.

-, bibles and prayers books for; lx. 10.

-, post to; lx. 77; lxxv. 42.

Mason, Charles; lxx. 9, 50; lxxiii. 24.

-, -, Esq., a controller of the Mint. charges against him; lxx. 42.

-, Cornelius, tobacco; xlviii. 44.

-, John, late receiver-general of taxes, co. Cambridge; xlvii. 43; lxxvii. 30.

-, -, brings up money strongly guarded; lxxvii. 30.

-, -, his estate, &c.; lxv. 21; lxvi. 4; lxxiii. 30.

-, Samuel, information against wine merchants; lxxviii. 33.

-, Stephen, merchant, petition; xlvi. 46a.

-, William, Esq., sheriff of Surrey lv. 15.

Massachussets Bay; lxvi. 48.

-, -, Col. Allen's claim to; lxxi. 18.

-, -, governor, &c. of; xliv. 41; xlvii. 58; lxix. 27, 40.

Massanes, Anthony de, a French refugee, petition; xliii. 51.

-, Anthony, son of Anthony, killed at the battle of Marsaille; xliii. 51.

Master of the Horse; xlvii. 21; lxxii. 30.

-, of the Studs; lv. 16.

Mathematical apprentices; lx. 2.

Mathew, Benjamin; lii. 20.

Mathews, Brigadier, the widow of; lv. 53.

-, Thomas, gent., receiver-general of taxes, Hereford, petition; lxvii. 8.

-, -, receiver-general of taxes for Hereford, Brecon, and Radnor; lxvii. 52.

-, -, receiver-general of taxes, Hereford, &c.; lxxv. 77.

-, William, deputy postmaster of Oxford; xlv. 46.

Mathias, John, of Wrexham, Denbigh, petition; xlv. 11.

-, Mary, the wife of John; xlv. 11.

Matson, Nicholas, collector of Feversham; lvii. 67.

Maund, Edmund; xlvii. 36.

-, George, his brother; xlvii. 36.

Maurice, Margaret, widow of the dean of Londonderry, petition; lxiv. 55.

Mawgridge, Dorothy, widow, petition; xlvi. 22.

Mawpas, Lancashire; p. 462.

Maxwell, Mr. Robert, agent for prizes, Providence; liii. 28.

May, Mr., xlviii. 49.

-, Mrs.; lvi. 21.

-, William, a pirate; xliv. 40.

-, Cape; lxxiii. 43.

Maynard, Lord; lxvii. 58.

Mayo, Toby; lxix. 25.

Mazarin, the Duchess of; lv. 82; lvi. 67.

-, -, in great distress; lvii. 31.

Mazzin, William, a distressed Frenchman; liii. 36.

Meagher, Thady; l. 14.

Measures, the chamberlains of the Exchequer to seal without fee; lxxii. 55.

-, standard, &c.; lxxi. 68; lxxii. 55.

-, -, kept at Guildhall, London; lxxiii. 4.

-, liquid and dry, not the same; lxxiii. 4.

-, the Winchester quart; lxxiii. 17.

Meath, co., quit rents in; lxxii. 15.

-, lands in; xliii. 33.

-, the Earl of; xlvi. 31; xlix. 4; l. 14.

-, East and West, forfeitures in; xliv. 80.

Meautys, Col., or Col. John; lxix. 60; lxxvii. 14.

Medals made by engravers of the Mint; lv. 62.

Medcalfe, Mr., solicitor's assistant, customs; lvii. 36.

Medina, Mr.; xlvi. 59.

-, “Sal. and Moses” de: lxxiv. 44.

Medicines; xliii. 74; lviii. 15; lxxviii. 2.

Mediterranean, consuls in the; lxiii. 7.

-, the fleet from; lxi. 1.

-, passes; liv. 7.

Medway, estimate for removal of “sullage;” lviii. 29.

Meeke, Anthony, searcher; lxv. 17.

Meers, Sir T.; lxxiv. 56.

Mees, Captain George, West India squadron; lxviii. 5.

Meesters, Mr.; xliv. 76; xlvi. 84.

Meggott, Sir George, excise duties; lvii. 17.

Mein, Charles, a controller of East India goods; lxxvi. 31.

Mellionere. See La Mellionere.

Menay, Anglesey, office of steward and keeper of the courts at; lxx. 67.

Mendes de Costa, John. See De Costa.

Mequinez (Africa); lxi. 1; lxvii. 11.

Merchants importing certain French wine not to be posecuted; lxxvii. 3.

Merie, Captain de la. See De la Merie.

Mermaid, the ship; xliii. 10.

Merrett, Thomas; xlvi. 12; lxx. 32.

Merrick, Mr. James, waiter at Southampton; lxxviii. 34.

Messengers; lvi. 24; lxiv. 45.

-, bills; lxiii. 39, 51; lxxvi. 56; lxxviii. 34, 39.

-, to collect arrears vex the subject more for their fees than the King's money; lxvi. 15.

-, allowance to; lxix. 20.

-, of the King's great chamber, proposed reduction of; lxxv. 73.

-, in ordinary, His Majesty's, had to pawn their goods; lxxiii. 23.

-, See also Chamber.

Messina, export of a bell to; lx. 56.

Methen or Methuen, Lord Chancellor of Ireland; l. 47; lvii. 75.

-, the Rt. Hon. John, Speaker of the House of Lords; lix. 67.

Methuen, Mr.; xlv. 74.

-, -, minister to Portugal; lxxvii. 36.

-, Mr. Paul, envoy extraordinary at Lisbon; lv. 1.

-, -, his father; lv. 1.

Mews, the; lxvii. 14; lxix. 6.

-, the repair of the; lvi. 34.

Meyer, John, master of the ship Mary; lxviii. 3.

-, and Beremberg, Messrs., merchants; lxii. 2.

Mezar, Eggia de, an Armenian merchant; xlviii. 26.

Michell or Mitchell, John, supervisor of Excise; lvii. 16.

Michelburn, Col.; lxx. 65.

Middleham Castle, co. York; p. 461.

Middleton, Mr., a deputy searcher, Gravesend; lv. 50.

-, -,; lxix. 69.

-, Philip; lv. 24.

-, Walter, Esq., customer, Milford; li. 40.

-, William; xlvi. 12; lxviii. 48; lxix. 63.

-, -, a Commissioner of 3s. aid, &c., statement of his case; lxx. 13.

Midwinter, Francis, apprehension of, counterfeiters; lv. 15.

Milburn, Mr., New York; p. 231.

Milford, a vessel cast away near; liii. 15.

-, the controller of; lxvi. 37.

-, the customer of, to examine and take the oath of a candidate for a collectorship; lxxv. 17.

Military contingencies fund; lvi. 54.

-, list; xlix. 37.

Millington, Sir Thomas; lviii. 15.

Millon, Capt.; lxviii. 31a.

Mills, water, destruction of, recommended; xlviii. 51.

Milton, Kent; lvi. 29, 41; lviii. 8; lxxiii. 61.

Mines of gold and silver; xlvi. 46b; li. 30.

-, of lead, &c.; lxxvi. 35.

Minhead, customs; lxiv. 10.

Ministers, public, abroad; xlvii. 30; lxv. 30; lxxvii. 36, 57; lxxviii. 19, 42, 67.

-, -, the charge of; lxvi. 35.

-, -, for France, &c., a suggestion for them to fill other employments in addition; lxxvii. 57.

Mint; xliii. 14, 53; xliv. 3, 4; xlv. 21, 34, 47, 79, 89; xlvi. 43; xlvii. 50; xlviii. 25, 49, 50, 51; lay. 10, 11, 67; lvi. 52; lx. 35b; lxiii. 45; lxvii. 25; lxviii. 10; lxx. 42; lxxi. 64; lxxiii. 5, 34, 53; lxxiv. 24.

-, claim to the master smith's house (ordnance); lxvii. 34.

-, buildings and ground in the; lxxv. 26.

-, the master and worker; lxxvii. 48.

-, memorial; xlviii. 52.

-, the officers or chief officers of the; lxii. 58; lxiv. 25; lxix. 17; lxx. 9; lxxiii. 28; lxxiv. 24; lxxv. 13, 26; lxxvii. 48.

-, press for making spoons; lxiii. 58.

-, trial of the pix; lxii. 65.

-, the warden of the; xlvii. 83; lxxvii. 48.

-, a builder's survey of the press house, &c.; lxviii. 44.

Mints, the; xlv. 79; xlviii. 50.

-, the country; xliii. 14; xlvii. 50; xlviii. 52; liii. 43; lxxi. 64.

-, -, viz., Chester, Bristol, Exeter, Norwich, and York; xliii. 9; xlv. 21; lxii. 58; lxvii. 49.

Mint at Chester; lix. 34, 47; lxxiii. 34; lxxv. 1.

Minute forged; xlv. 91; lxxvi. 19.

Minviele, Col., New York; p. 213.

-, -, suspended from the Council; p. 230.

Miremont, the Marquis of; liv. 50.

-, -, Colonel of dragoons; lxiv. 2; lxxv. 47.

Misters, Patience, administratrix of Captain George Misters (navy); lxiv, 54.

Mitchell, Sir David, Captain of marines; lxiv. 15.

-, Robert; lvii. 65.

Mockford, John, Customs, Faversham, imprisoned and barbarously used in France; lay. 38.

Mogg, Mr. John, of Calemines, in the manor of Farrington Gurney, Somerset, petition; xliv. 68.

-, Richard; xliv. 66.

Mohack or Mowhawk Indians defrauded of their territory, &c.; pp. 206, 207, 229; lvii. 12; p. 325.

Mohun, the Lord, clothing for the army; lxxvi. 55.

Molinier, Alexander, widow, petition of; lxii. 50.

Molinex, Lord, high treason; xlix. 34.

Mollineux, Francis, army clothing; lv. 59.

-, Mr., receiver-general of taxes, co. Lancaster; lxxvii. 42.

Molyneux, Thomas, Esq., comptroller of the Mint, corrupt practices of; lxx, 9, 42, 50; lxxi. 64.

-, Mrs.; lxx. 9.

Monck, Sarah, widow and executrix of John Monck, lieutenant of a marine company; lxvii. 5.

Monckton, Sir Philip; p. 461.

Moneth Poken, the mountains of, Merioneth; lxxvi. 35.

Money, base; liii. 59.

-, for disbanding forces, Commissioners for raising; liii. 60.

-, new; xliii. 43.

-, received for a wreck seized on export; liii. 15.

-, seized on shipment; liii. 25, 36.

-, sent up [to London] by barges; xlv. 46.

-, terms for remittance of; lxxiv. 42, 43, 44, 45, 46.

Monmouth, the Duke of, mentioned; lxvi. 55.

-, the sister of the Duke of, became a Protestant, &c.; lxxviii. 43.

-, the Earl of; liii. 49.

Monsey, Mr., pp. 223, 224.

Monpouillan, the Marquis of; xlvii. 27.

Montague, the Rt. Hon. Charles, Esq., Chancellor and Under Treasurer of the Exchequer; xlvi. 46b.

-, Charles, Esq.; lv. 63.

-, -, auditor of the receipt of the Exchequer; lxx. 6.

-, the Rt. Hon. Charles, Chancellor of the Exchequer; xlviii. 51; lviii. 56; lxvi. 53.

-, -, first Lord of the Treasury; lix. 5.

-, Mr.; lvii. 74 [? Chancellor of the Exchequer]; lxiv. 39.

-, Mr. Chr.; lvi. 2; lvii. 1.

-, -, writer of the tallies; lvii. 45; lviii. 13.

-, Chr., Esq., auditor of the receipt of the Exchequer; lix. 58; lxi. 13; lxiii. 12, 40; lxiv. 46.

Montage or Montagu, Mr. Dean, nominated as accountant general; lviii. 21.

Mountague or Montague, Mr.; xlvii. 47; lvi. 62.

Montagu, Mr., counsel; xlvi. 32,

Montague, Ralph, Earl of; lay. 60; lvi. 58.

-, -, master or keeper of the great wardrobe; lviii. 39; lxii. 54; lxiii. 42b; lxxiv. 59; lxxvii. 41.

Montandre, Col.; lxxvi. 18.

Montargyer, Lieut.-Col.; lxx. 1.

Montjoy or Monntjoy, Lord, services and losses, &c.; xliv. 7, 39.

-, -, petition; liii. 3.

Montreal, America, p. 208; lvii. 12.

Moody or Moodie, Captain James; lay. 79; lv. 23.

-, James, deputy of Thomas Done, Esquire, auditor; lxii. 40.

Moor, Ambrose; lxxvi. 31.

-, John; lxx. 44.

Moore, Sir John, Knt.; xlvii. 46.

-, Joseph, a surety for Peter Lynch; lxxviii. 53.

-, Judith, pension to; lxxvii. 24.

Moors, payments, &c. to; lxv. 25, 32; lxvii. 11.

-, brought to England; lxix. 49; lxxiii. 29.

Mordaunt, Col., Treasurer of the Ordnance; lxiii. 11, 35; lxv. 2.

Mordant or Mordaunt, Col., or Col. Henry; liii. 42; liv. 1; lv. 2, 39.

-, Mr.; lxv. 5.

Morden, Sir John; lxiii. 26.

-, [College] or hospital for decayed merchants; lxiii. 26.

More, George; xlvi. 12.

-, John, country mints; lxvii. 49.

Moreau, Daniel; liv. 39.

Moreton, Thomas, petition; lxiii. 50.

Morgan, Sir John, Governor of Chester Castle; lxxi. 17.

Morice, Mr., auditor; lxx. 38.

-, Francis; lxxiii. 32c.

-, Governor of Pomfret Castle, p. 462.

-, Nicholas, Esq.; xlviii. 2.

-, Sir Nicholas, Bart.; xlviii. 2.

-, Sir William, Secretary of State; xlviii. 2.

Morison, Mr. Chaplain; lxiv. 59.

Morley, George, late Master in Chancery; lxvi. 47.

Morocco agent, the goods of the; lxix. 10.

-, agents, expenses of; lxx. 68; lxxi. 2, 27; lxxiii. 29; lxxv. 14.

-, -, on board the ship “Tilbury” lxxviii. 59.

-, ambassador; lxxviii. 72.

-, the Emperor of; lxv. 25, 32; lxix. 49; lxx. 5, 6; lxxi. 34; lxxii. 51.

-, captives in; lxxv. 14, 16.

Mortagh, Brian; lxvii. 16.

Morton, captain of the marines, killed by Captain Gibbines; lxxv. 31.

-, John; l. 2.

Moseley, William; lii. 47.

Mosqueto, Indians; lxxi. 51.

Moss, Mary, widow of John Moss, a trooper killed at Limerick, petition; lvi, 49.

Mostyn, Sir Roger, persons fined wrongly; lxvi. 51.

Mote park; lxix. 36; lxx. 28, 66; lxxi. 21.

Motteaux, Timothy, merchant; lxvi. 26.

Moulton, Lincolnshire; lxiii. 53.

Mouncher, John; lxxvi. 10.

Mount Alexander, the Earl of; xliii. 50.

Mounteys or Mounteaes, Mr. [James], merchant; p. 326, 327.

Mountserrat, the island of; liii. 31.

Moyne, Hannah; lxx. 9.

Munden, Captain; xliv. 49; lxv. 25; lxvii. 11; lxxii. 51.

Munnings, William, a landwaiter; lxxii. 6.

Murray, Col. Robert; lxi. 55.

Murrey or Murray, George, collector of Excise; lxviii. 56; lxx. 34, 47.

-, -, a fraudulent collector of Excise imprisoned at Rotterdam; lxviii. 40.

Murry, Mr. Robert, in a sponging house; xlvii. 11.

Muschamp, Denny; lxvi. 38.

Muscovy, the Czar of; liii. 4.

Musgrove, Ann; xlviii. 3.

Muslin neck-cloths; xlv. 30; lay. 31.

Muslins and “romalls,” customs on; lx. 13; lxiii. 8.

Muster rolls; liv. 15; lvi. 1, 37; lxix. 31.

Musters, controller of, Ireland; xliv. 71.

-, Deputy Commissary of or muster-master; lix. 63.

Mynnooch, Nicholas, of Rye, Sussex, muster-master; lxix. 4.



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