M., D. of [? Duke of Marlborough]; xciv. 126.
Macartney, Brigadier or Col., regiment of; xciv. 14; xcix. 22, 41.
-, -, or G., regiment raised in Scotland; lxxxix. 33; xciv. 14; xcviii. 109.
McCallaghan, Lieut.-Col. Callaghan, a rent-charge settled on; cii. 52.
Macclesfield, Earl of, estate devised by; lxxxvi. 44.
-, the late Earl of, the regiment of; lxxix. 42, 79.
McCraken, Elizabeth, widow of Capt. James, late of Royal Regiment of Foot, for pension; lxxxvi. 121.
MacCullock, Mr. John, petition as to clothing, &c.; xciv. 15.
Mackburny, James, duties on salt; lxxx. 9.
Mackleene, Sir John, came from France without a license, apprehended; xciii. 14.
Mackley, John, distiller, to be tried for bribery, petition, &c.; xcvi. 82.
Macky, Mr. John, director and contractor for packet boats from Dover; lxxxiv. 80, 145; lxxxvi. 109.
Maddocks, Mr., charges in connection with the “Equivalent;” cii. 59, 113.
-, -, cashier of the bank; cii. 86.
Madeira, consul in; ciii. 59.
Madox, Milburne, Gent., arrears of pension; lxxix. 114.
Madrid; cii. 10.
Maes, movements of the army on the; lxxxvii. 2.
Maestricht; lxxxvii. 2, 151.
Maffei or Maffin, Le C., remittances to Turin; xc. 9; xciii. 84.
Magdalen Laver, Essex, rectory of, arrears for tenths; lxxxvi. 108.
Magee, Isle of, lighthouse in the; xci. 71 (pp. 283–285).
Maginhinny, Barony of, in co. of Kerry; xcvi. 120.
Main, province of; ciii. 61 (p. 550).
-, settlement of, naval stores capable of being produced on; lxxxvi. 145.
Mainwaring, Charlotte and Elizabeth, daughters of Sir John, Bart. deceased, mortgage of lands; lxxxv. 120.
-, See also Manwaring.
Maitland, Mr. Alexander, of Pitrichie, Baron of the Exchequer in Scotland; civ. 50.
Majoribank, James, merchant in Edinburgh, petition; ci. 110.
Malet, Mr., or Baldwin, Esq., late receiver general of co. of Somerset; xc. 89; xcii. 12; xciv. 69.
Mall, the, in St. James's Park, repair, &c., of; lxxxiii. 81; lxxxv. 156.
Mallaine, manor of; lxxxiii. 100.
Malt, fraudulent concealment of; lxxxv. 98; lxxxvi. 92.
-, duties; lxxxii. 13; lxxxvi. 37; lxxxvii. 129; xcii. 35; ciii. 65.
-, -, as to detaining moneys out of, for salaries; lxxxvii. 7.
-, -, proposal for better securing and advancing; xcii. 30.
-, -, tallies on; lxxxiv. 115, 147; lxxxvi. 95.
-, lottery tickets, paymasters of the; xcvi. 16; xcix. 84.
-, making, particulars of the method; xcii. 30.
-, -, clauses for putting, on an equitable foundation; ciii. 79.
-, tickets, the government refused to accept; lxxxix. 89.
-, and million lottery offices; lxxxvi. 29.
Maltsters, frauds and practices of the; ci. 51; ciii. 65.
Man, Abr., in Excise office; lxxxv. 127.
-, Isle of, Lord Derby's estate in; xc. 116.
-, -, proposal to retire to the; xcv. 20.
-, Mr. John, petition as to clothing, &c.; 15.
Manchester, the Earl of; lxxix. 46; xcviii. 98.
-, -, money due to, in various capacities; lxxix. 90.
-, -, ambassador extraordinary to Venice; xcix. 87.
-, Charles Earl of, petition for grant of office of collector of customs; xc. 92.
Mangui [Montjuich], how taken; xcvi. 51.
Manjuick, Fort, the only surgeon exposed to danger at the attack of; cii. 130.
Manley, Mr., deputy postmaster of Ireland; lxxxvi. 56; lxxxvii. 114.
-, -, sent to inspect the St. Sebastian trade; lxxxiii. 69.
-, Isaac, payment of balance of royal bounty; lxxx. 38.
Mann, William, gent., debt due to his father; xcv. 61.
Manors, courts for concealed, petition; xcvii. 21.
Mansbridge sloop, extract from journal of; lxxxvi. 10.
Manwaring, Sir John, Bart., conditions for liberty of; lxxxi. 42.
-, Mr. Thomas; lxxxi. 42.
Maquas, five nations of the; ciii. 61 (p. 550).
Mar, Earl of; lxxxiv. 101; cii. 59.
-, -, one of the Secretaries of state for Scotland; cii. 45.
Mara, forest of, lease of a pool in; xcvii. 107.
Marburies, rock-salt and brine on the estate of the; lxxxix. 134.
Marcet, proposal to remit money; xcvi. 116.
Margasing, Thomas, a tax collector, his liabilities remitted; cii. 38.
Margate, ship cast away near; xcii. 68.
Marine establishment, salaries of the; lxxxix. 133.
-, forces, copy of the establishment of the; xc. 63.
Marines, the, or regiments of; lxxix. 3, 76; lxxx. 5, 22, 75, 85, 91, 137; lxxxi. 85; lxxxiii. 12, 17, 109, 112; lxxxiv. 3, 44, 46, 100, 111, 129, 151; lxxxv. 83; lxxxvii. 99, 107, 120; lxxxviii. 49; lxxxix. 83, 86; xc. 94; xciii. 114; xciv. 43, 55, 144; xcix. 34; ci. 67.
-, captains of, bounty to; xcv. 7.
-, colonels of, difficulties as to recruits; lxxxix. 96.
-, commissary and deputy of, pay; lxxxvi. 144.
-, -, particular, and deputies, appointment of, recommended; lxxxix. 24.
-, conference as to their usefulness at sea; lxxxix. 23.
-, general officers and colonels of the six, representation; lxxxix. 17.
-, officers of, as to their pay, &c.; lxxix. 121.
-, pay of, deduction towards the wounded; xcvi. 27.
-, paymaster of; xc. 21; xciv. 92; xcvi. 62.
-, the two old; xciv. 24; ci. 46, 54.
-, -, late deputy commissary of musters to; xcix. 3.
-, -, subaltern officers of, petitions; xcvii. 20; c. 6.
-, serving abroad, deduction from pay of; xc. 62.
Maris, Charles, a dismissed messenger, petition; lxxxiii. 118.
Marlborough, Countess of; lxxxii. 34.
-, -, Dowager of, her penury; lxxxvii. 92.
-, Duchess of; lxxxviii. 11.
-, Duke of, or Lord; lxxxi. 3, 79; lxxxiv. 11, 65, 71, 105, 109, 143; lxxxv. 12, 35, 60, 108; lxxxvi. 31, 103; lxxxvii. 2, 46, 47, 122; lxxxviii. 18; lxxxix. 33, 76, 136; xci. 93, 110; xcii. 48; xciii. 8, 37, 79; xciv. 1, 21; xcv. 39, 106, 107; xcvi. 103; xcix. 15; c. 65, 85; ci. 31; cii. 30, 118, 133; ciii. 13, 20, 43.
-, -, captain general of the Confederate army; lxxxvii. 25.
-, -, -, of H.M. forces; lxxxix. 116; xciii. 43.
-, -, Master General of the Ordnance; xciv. 11; xcvii. 58.
-, -, messenger attending the; lxxxix. 124.
-, -, trumpeter appointed to attend, in the campaign abroad; xcvii. 95.
Marmande, Jacob Aceré, his late Majesty's secretary at Brussels, petition; lxxxvi. 58.
Marriages, duties on, 1702, brief state of; lxxxv. 161.
-, -, forms for returns of; lxxxiv. 36.
-, -, increase of, by additions to the Act; lxxxviii. 11.
Marriot, John, petition; lxxxv. 77.
Marryott, Isaac, gent., of the parish of St. Sepulchre, London, a messenger of the land revenue, temp. Chas. II., and afterwards clerk assistant in the auditor's office; lxxx. 41, 135.
Marseilles; lxxxii. 142 (p. 208); xc. 11.
Marsh, Matthew, a highwayman, reward for taking; xcviii. 47.
Marshall, Mr., stud master to the private stud of the late King, claims of; cii. 23.
-, one, or Mr. Hezekiah, late Commissary General for the forces in West Indies; lxxxiv. 67; xci. 95.
-, Richard, collector of Customs of the port of Whitehaven; lxxix. 48; lxxx. 45.
-, William, security for a surety of a collector of Excise; lxxix. 81.
Marshalsea; lxxix. 120.
-, of the Exchequer, Marshal of; lxxx. 52.
-, prison, repairs of the; lxxxix. 60.
Marston, William, vicar of Redbourn, petition; xcvi. 61.
Martin, Capt., Vigo prize money of; lxxxix. 119.
-, Mary, widow and executrix of Henry, Collector of Excise, and of the duties on malt and leather; lxxxix. 14.
-, Richard, of Byrehall, (new barracks in Eyre); ciii. 74.
-, Thomas, in his Catholic Majesty's service; xcix. 103; c. 49.
-, Wm., indicted for saying mass, bail for; xcvi. 18.
Martin's Tower, a house called, taken to quarter soldiers in; xcix. 26.
Martinerie, Alexander de la, Esq., first engineer in the army and director of the trenches, arrears; lxxx. 37.
Martinique, or Martenico; lxxxvii. 28.
-, [French] Intendant at; ciii. 68.
-, intelligence as to; ciii. 68.
Martyn, Sir Roger, Bart., seized in fee of the site of a dissolved monastery; xciv. 117.
-, Wm., treaties as to the forces; xciii. 32.
Mary, man-of-war; lxxxiv. 85, 108 (p. 550).
Mary, Queen; lxxxvi. 117; xc. 126; xcvi. 91.
Maryland, or province of; lxxxi. 74; lxxxiv. 82; lxxxv. 87; xc. 45; xcvi. 31, 92; xcvii. 38; cii. 120; ciii. 61 (p. 450).
-, Act for advancement of trade and erecting ports in; xcviii. 14.
-, bibles, &c., sent to; lxxx. 117.
-, chapel at, papers relating to; lxxxviii. 75.
-, discovery of land in; lxxxviii. 20.
-, general assembly of, an Act passed by, for settlement of towns, &c.; c. 51.
-, governors of; xciv. 27; xcix. 79; cii. 67, 111.
-, Governor, Council, and Assembly of, an address of; cii. 67.
-, prize agents in; c. 53.
-, shipping to sail for, protection of; ci. 5.
-, state of receiver's account; lxxxv. 22.
Mascall, John, London merchant, prize wines; xcvi. 4.
Mason, H. M. Master; xciv. 52.
-, Charles, late joint Receiver General for duties on houses and marriages, &c., for Oxfordshire, process against; lxxxv. 15.
-, -, Esq., receiver and paymaster for transports, accounts of; cii. 5.
-, -, -, security for; c. 28.
-, George, of Bristol, merchant; lxxxii. 78.
-, Mr. Hugh, collector of the port of Hull; xcii. 38.
-, John, gent., late receiver general of the co. of Cambridge, xcvi; 63.
-, Lieut. Joseph, of Col. Pownall's regiment of marines; xciv. 43.
-, Mary, otherwise Jordaine, late of St. James, Clerkenwell, spinster, for release from prison; xcvii. 26.
Mass, persons indicted for saying; xcvi. 18.
Massachusetts or Massachusetts Bay, colony or province of; ci. 32.
-, accounts relating to; lxxx. 98.
-, council and assembly of, address as to the Indians; xci. 48.
-, first soldiers who went on H.M. service out of; xcvii. 10.
-, naval stores from; lxxxvi. 145; xc. 124.
-, petition for bestowal of the pirates' gold on, &c.; xciii. 90; xciv. 63; xcvii. 10.
-, receiver's account; lxxxv. 22.
-, revenue in; lxxix. 110; xciii. 35.
-, -, how appropriated; xciii. 22.
-, three first undertakers that purchased one of the; ciii. 61 (p. 548).
-, and other provinces, governor and other officers of; ciii. 61.
Massinger, John, tide surveyor at Harwich, seizure of money by; lxxxvii. 8.
Master of the Ceremonies; xciii. 97; cii. 17.
-, -, sent with a present to his Catholic Majesty; cii. 112.
-, -, assistant and marshall, petition; lxxxi. 72.
-, of the Horse, office of, money paid in connection with; lxxix. 123.
-, -, -, commissioners for executing; lxxx. 100.
-, of the Rolls; lxxix. 59.
Matthew, or Matthews, Col., or Sir William, governor of the Leeward Isles; lxxxix. 63; xciii. 66; ci. 73.
-, -, -, travelling expenses; xciv 27.
Matthews, Brigadier, served on expedition to Cadiz; lxxxv. 58.
-, Col.; xcix. 110.
-, John, vicar of Steyning, Sussex; lxxxii. 49.
-, Thomas, indicted for saying mass, bail for; xcvi. 18.
-, William, &c., last patent for office of coroner and attorney in Queen's Bench to; lxxxv. 136.
Maunday Thursday mentioned; lxxxv. 14.
Mavon, manor of; lxxxiii. 100.
Maxey, Mr., trade of, from the Canaries, a letter touching; xci. 100.
Mayhook, Mary, a seaman's widow; lxxxiv. 48.
Mayne, Simon, a commissioner for victualling, answer of; lxxxix. 51.
Maynwaring, A., Esq., joint auditor of imprests; xcv. 105; xcviii. 57; xcix. 77, 100; cii. 11, 79; civ. 19.
Mayston alias Marsham, a mortgage of lands in; lxxxix. 54.
Mazarine, late Duchess of, title to her house; lxxxv. 146.
Mead, Mr.; cii. 117.
-, Mr. John, a paymaster-general; cii. 49.
Meath, co. of, estate &c. sequestrated in; xci. 128; ciii. 66.
-, Lord, threatens to bring on his case; lxxxvii. 78.
Mechlin; lxxxvii. 142 (p. 208).
Medals to the captain and crew of a ship lxxxvii. 133.
Medicines; lxxxiv. 106; xciv. 119.
Mediterranean fleet, agent for prizes with the; xciii. 63; xcviii. 23, 28; cii. 51.
-, -, Judge Advocate on board the; xcviii. 28.
-, ships from the, wherefore unpaid; xcvi. 59.
Medlycott, Mr., first clerk to Mr. Palmes; lxxx. 96.
-, or Medlicot, Charles, Commissary General of provisions for the army in Portugal, instructions, &c.; xcvii. 23, 37.
Medway, H.M. ship; lxxxv. 149.
Meeke, Anthony, Esq. petition on behalf of; xciv. 117.
Meer, hundred and bailliwick of, co. Wilts, farmer of the; xciii. 68.
Meesters, Mr. John, reply to the Navy Commissioners; c. 60.
Mein, Mr. Patrick, survey of the northern ports by; lxxxix. 109.
Melford, Lord; lxxxiv. 37.
Melling, Francis, of the Middle Temple, gent. petition; ci. 92.
Meloniere, la, Major-General, regiment lately commanded by, arrears to the officers; xcii. 6.
Members' letters for one year; lxxxi. 102.
Menis, town of; ciii. 61 (p. 550).
Men of war, duty on provisions used on board; xc. 46.
-, bringing prohibited goods; ciii. 57.
Merchants and importers; xciii. 65; cii. 134.
Meredith, Col.; lxxxi. 96.
-, -, regiment of; lxxxiv. 150.
-, Sir Charles; lxxxiii. 60.
-, Richard, gent., late customer of the port of Chester, for salary; lxxxvi. 77.
-, Sir Richard, Bart, an idiot; lxxxvi. 82.
-, Dame Susanna; lxxxviii. 75.
-, -, and Henry and Roger, her youngest sons, petition; lxxxvi. 82.
Merioneth, or co. of, non-return of writ for members; lxxxiii. 38.
-, profits of original seal and prefines of fines and recoveries of; lxxx. 36.
-, Receiver-General of taxes in; xcv. 118.
-, a riot in, capture of salt; xci. 106.
Merrick, Mr., place of customer of Southampton, xcv. 65.
Merring, Mr. John, employed on the 4½ per cent. in Barbadoes, displaced for being a Roman Catholic; xc. 47; xcv. 69.
Merriott, Mr., part of Lord Preston's estate in hands of; lxxxvii. 123.
Messenger for H.M. service, “on this side;” lxxxvi. 31.
-, in ordinary to the Queen, a; cii. 19.
Messengers, bills of; lxxxv. 14; xciv. 84.
-, of the Chamber, number and list; xcvi. 64.
-, sent to report on the roads, allowances for; lxxxvii. 143.
Methuen, [spelt various ways] Mr., bills of; cii. 114.
-, -, or John, Esq., Ambassador at Lisbon; xcv. 49, 117; xcvi. 28; xcviii. 12; c. 49; cii. 117.
-, -, -, allowances due to, and to executors of; lxxxv. 121; ciii. 83.
Meulk, Mr. Jacob, Muster Master General, to muster the marine regiments in garrison at Gibraltar; cxiii. 5.
Mevenith, manor of, Cardiganshire; lxxxi. 80.
Middleburgh, lxxxvii. 142.
Middle Park. See Hampton Court.
Middlesex, clerk of the peace for; lxxxiv. 132.
-, justices of the peace for; lxxxix. 36.
-, -, memorial in favour of Mary Mason; xcvii. 26.
-, receiver of the land revenues for; xcix. 9.
-, duty (1703) on houses in, account of; lxxxv. 161.
-, taxes in; lxxxiv. 113; lxxxvii. 15.
Middleton, Sir Richard, for grant of an office; xcii. 63.
-, Mr. William, fraud in importation of wine; lxxxvii. 82.
Middle Temple, the; xcvii. 10.
Midsomer Norton, Somersetshire, manor of; lxxxvi. 93.
Milbanks, Dame Jane, petition; lxxxv. 150.
Mildmay, Sir Henry, one of the “bloody regicides”; xciii. 15.
Milford Haven, governor of; lxxxiii. 100.
Military list; lxxxviii. 77; cii. 18.
Million and malt lotteries, a former manager of the; lxxxvii. 87.
-, lottery tickets, late paymaster of the; xcv. 40, 105.
-, -, -, clerk to; xcv. 105.
-, -, See also Malt.
Millon, Mons. de, Governor of the Chartreuse at Liege; lxxxvii. 2.
Mills, Susannah, highway robber, apprehension of; lxxxvi. 11.
Milner, James, proposal to remit money; c. 104.
-, John, Esq., consul-general for all the dominions of the King of Portugal; ciii. 59.
Milton, manor of, Somersetshire; lxxxvi. 93.
-, Abbott, parish of, co. Devon, constable of; xci. 58.
Milverton, manor and borough of, Somersetshire; lxxxi. 19.
-, a tenement, parcel of chantry lands in; xcix. 18.
Minister's account of the 24th year of King Charles II., extracts from; lxxxviii. 37.
Mint, the, or at the Tower; lxxxiv. 49; 138; lxxxvi. 41, 91; lxxxix. 32; ciii. 94.
-, clerks of, various, their salaries; lxxx. 147.
-, graver of, qualifications of, &c.; xci. 143; xcviii. 108.
-, master and worker of, clerk to the; cii. 64.
-, officers or principal officers of; lxxxi. 40; lxxxv. 9, 91, 141; lxxxvi. 102; lxxxix. 6; xc. 126; xci. 143; xcii. 8, 40, 68, 109; xciv. 8, 102; xcv. 88, 113; xcvii. 5; xcviii. 108; xcix. 26, 97; ci. 68, 91; cii. 40, 64, 110; ciii. 88.
-, -, value of foreign gold coins in proportion to silver, and the way of preserving them; lxxx. 105.
-, -, names of; lxxxiii. 83.
-, -, to coin halfpence and farthings when necessary; xciv. 39.
-, porter of; xcix. 26.
-, treasury of; lxxxiv. 89; lxxxv. 84.
-, warden of; lxxxix. 27; xciv. 74; xcvi. 50.
-, -, his clerk or deputy, xciv. 74; xcvi. 50.
-, -, and master worker and controller; lxxx. 52.
-, -, controller and assay master, desire the charge of H.M. tin; lxxxix. 6.
-, at Chester; lxxxi. 40.
-, at Norwich, case of; lxxxiv. 29.
-, -, late master and worker of, or deputy; lxxxiv. 29; lxxxv. 91; lxxxix. 27; xci. 52; xcii. 100.
-, in Scotland, or Edinburgh, as to the; ci. 68, 91; cii. 40, 57, 110, 121.
-, -, account of the new regulation of; ciii. 94.
-, -, persons to be sent to oversee, direct, &c., and allowances; cii. 64.
-, -, want of clerks for, &c.; cii. 57.
-, -, warden of the; cii. 62, 64.
-, at York; lxxxiv. 29.
Mints, the country; lxxix. 56.
Minute Book, papers similar to entries in the; xcix. 49.
Miremont, Marquis of, Lieutenant-General, account, &c.; civ. 8.
Mississippi river, late trade and discovery by the French of; ciii. 61 (p. 550).
Mitchell, Capt., of the Royal Navy, Vigo prize money; lxxxix. 125.
-, Sir David, Knt.; lxxxvi. 73; lxxxvii. 42, 124.
Moastham, a mortgage of lands, &c., in; lxxxix. 54.
Mocenigo, Monsr., late ambassador from Venice; xcvi. 95.
“Mohegan Indians,” a commission for; xc. 87.
Mohun, Elizabeth; lxxxvi. 44.
-, Lord, proceedings against; lxxxvi. 44.
-, -, regiment of; lxxxi. 91; xcvii. 110; xcviii. 5, 20.
-, Charles, Lord, executor of the Earl of Macclesfield; lxxix. 79; lxxxiii. 99.
Molesworth, Mr., report from the commissioners for the state of Ireland; lxxxvii. 77.
Molinier, Elizabeth, seizure of silk; lxxxi. 2.
Mondrem, co. Chester; xcvii. 107.
Money, carriage and return of, allowance for; xcv. 118.
-, change of the, in 1696, misfortunes occasioned by; xcvii. 93.
Moneyers, provost and corporation of, allowances of; xc. 126.
Monk's Hill, repairs at; ciii. 68.
Monmouth, co. of, receiver general of land revenue in; cii. 31.
-, the late Duke of, a debt of; xc. 8.
-, H.M. ship, galleon taken by; lxxxii. 25.
Montague, Earl of; lxxix. 100; lxxxiv. 142.
-, -, master of the great wardrobe, arrears; lxxx. 95.
-, -, formerly ambassader in France; xc. 10.
-, Christopher; lxxix. 118.
-, George, Esq., warden, &c., of Sawsey Forest, salary; ci. 61.
-, H.M. ship, commander of; xciii. 20.
Montandre, Brigadier, or Marquis of, a general officer under K. of Portugal; xcvii. 113; c. 25.
Montaut, Lieut.-Col., petition; lxxxiv. 45.
Montgomery, or co. of, non-return of the writ for electing members for; lxxxii. 81.
-, -, receiver general of taxes in; xcv. 118.
-, or Montgomire, Mr., an excise commissioner in Scotland, influence with the inhabitants of Glasgow; cii. 75, 84.
-, Sir James, reward for taking one of the “centinells” over; lxxxiv. 121.
Montjoy, Lord, an officer in the regiment of; xcix. 2.
Montreal; ciii. 61 (p. 550).
Montrose, Lord Marquis of, President of the Privy Council; ci. 74.
Montserrat (Leeward Islands), lieut.-governor of; xcv. 104.
Moody; lxxxiii. 44.
-, Capt.; ciii. 61 (p. 549).
-, Mr. or James, deputy auditor of imprest; lxxxiv. 103; cii. 11.
Moor, Capt, going to Virginia; xc. 45.
-, Mr., provost of Ayr, reason for his removal from his collectorship there; cii. 143.
-, Thomas, gentleman, petition as to ruined buildings at Eton; xciii. 99.
Moore, Mr. or Arthur, joint controller of the accounts of the Army; xci. 127; xciii. 42; xcvi. 116; ci. 108.
-, George, of Arundel, in Sussex, fine on tobacco duties; lxxxv. 79.
-, Mr. John, of Dublin, merchant, memorial; xcviii. 46.
Moors, maintenance of the; lxxix. 104.
Mordaunt, Col., marine regiment of; lxxxiii. 112.
-, Lord, regiment of; xcix. 22, 41.
Morden, Sir John; lxxx. 131.
Mordington, George Lord, in prison for debt, petition; civ. 56.
Morehall, a messuage called, in co. of Norfolk; lxxxi. 30; xciv. 114.
Moreland, Sir Samuel; lxxxvi. 141; ci. 85.
Moreton, Mr., and wife, an idiot in custody of; xc. 101.
Morgan, Sir John, regiment of; lxxxi. 78.
-, Mr. Richard, clerk to the master and worker in England, sent to assist in the Scotch mint; cii. 64.
Morice, Mr., or Thomas, at Lisbon; xcix. 103; ci. 12; cii. 47, 117.
Morley, Mr., account of E.I. ship called Star of the East; lxxxvi. 13.
-, Dr., or Dr. Charles, went to Cadiz as physician general of the land forces, &c.; lxxxvii. 112; xcviii. 100.
Morocco ambassador, the, charges for entertaining; xcviii. 40.
-, -, duties on his goods; c. 44.
-, -, presents to companion, secretary, &c.; cii. 17.
-, Emperor of; lxxxiv. 23.
-, -, a prize ship given to, in lieu of one burnt; xcii. 24.
-, -, and viceroy, negotiations with, &c.; xcvii. 7.
Morrice, Mr., auditor; lxxxiv. 123.
Morris, Capt.; xcviii. 5.
-, Mr., to give notice of a deduction in Portugal; xcv. 31.
-, Ann, widow of Richard, claims for prosecution of coiners, &c.; lxxx. 52; lxxxv. 9, 134.
-, Lieut.-Col. Redmond, brought over his regiment at Limerick, petition of his widow, Mary; lxxxiii. 87.
-, Mr. Redmond, at liberty to return to Ireland; lxxxix. 104.
Morse, Edward, complaints against the collector of the Penny Post Office, &c.; lxxxv. 159, 167; lxxxvii. 115.
Mortgage, general, deficiencies provided for by a; c. 24.
Mortlake tapestry house, manufacture at; lxxxiv. 22; lxxxv. 11.
Morton, Col., marine regiment of; lxxx. 75.
-, Thomas, Esq., and wife, custody, &c. of Margaret James, an idiot; lxxx. 51, 81; lxxxi. 34.
Moseley, in co. of Stafford; xciv. 29.
Mostyn, Sir Roger, Bart., controller of the fines for counties of Chester, &c.; xci. 70.
Mote, or Moat Park, Exchequer fees for rent of, repaid, &c.; xcv. 119; xcix. 45.
Mountague, Duke of; ci. 31.
-, Mr. James; ci. 83.
-, Sir James, solicitor general; ciii. 17.
Mountalexander, Lord, one of the Lords Justices and master of the ordnance in Ireland, payment of; xci. 99.
Mountford; xcviii. 86.
Mount Hope, receiver's account; lxxxv. 22.
Mountjoy, Captain of the, which relieved Londonderry; lxxxv. 74.
-, castle and lands, grant of rent, &c.; lxxxii. 14.
-, Lord; lxxxii. 14; xc. 60.
Mountrath, Jane, Countess Dowager of, wife of Sir Robert Reading, Irish lighthouses; xci. 71 (p. 285).
Mounts Bay, co. Cornwall, memorial of inhabitants of; lxxxvii. 146.
-, -, prizes driven into; lxxxix. 59.
-, -, prize agent for; xcii. 95.
Mouse, Elizabeth, widow, circumstances of, &c.; xcvi. 80.
-, Mr. William, late captain-lieut. in Sir M. Brydges' regiment; xcvi. 80.
Muce, Oliver de la, gentlemen usher of the late Queen's privy chamber, arrears of pension; lxxxv. 81.
Muckenagh, in co. of Kerry, lands in; xcvi. 120.
Mumford, Samuel, Esq., a mortgage produced by; xcviii. 79.
Munster; cii. 83.
Muratt, otherwise Cambolive, Elizabeth, in prison, petition; xcv. 36.
Murdock, Mr., seizure of money; lxxxii. 83.
Murray, or Murry, George, formerly a collector of excise, a defaulter; lxxxvii. 31, 130; lxxxviii. 73.
-, Mary, widow of Col. Adam, petition, &c.; xcix. 83.
-, Mr. R., explaining his scheme for tin; lxxxix. 13.
-, Robert, brought in and committed to the castle, Edinburgh; cii. 134.
Murrey, Mr. William; xciii. 40.
Muschamp, Mr., or George, collector of Peteuxent and receiver of Potomac, in Maryland, salary; lxxxv. 87; cii. 111.
Muscovado sugar; lxxxii. 17.
Muscovia Company, the; lxxxiii. 46.
Musgrave, Christopher, a commissioner for keeping the privy seal; lxxx. 90.
-, -, clerk of the ordnance; lxxxviii. 8; xcvii. 1.
-, Sir Christopher; lxxx. 96.
-, William, commissary of the artillery train for an expedition by sea with the Earl of Peterborough, instructions; xciv. 35.
Muslins exported, debentures for; xcii. 1.
Muster master, appointment and allowance; lxxx. 7.
Musters, or muster rolls; lxxix. 27; lxxxv. 109; lxxxvii. 9; lxxxix. 17, 24, 34, 40; xc. 31, 107; xci. 6; xcii. 48; xciv. 76, 92; xcv. 58; xcviii. 113.
-, commissary-general of the; lxxxiv. 131; xci. 110; xcix. 34.
-, late commissary of the; ci. 46, 54.
-, commissaries of the, residences of; lxxxvii. 120.
-, deputy commissaries of the; xci. 131.
-, -, power of appointing, to whom belonging; xcix. 34.
-, in Ireland, office of comptroller of; lxxxiv. 54.
-, -, six deputy commissaries of, petition; lxxxvii. 119.
Mutiny, false musters, and desertion, Act for punishing, a clause in; xci. 91.
Myvod, Mr., late brigadier of the second troop of Horse Guards; xcvii. 61.