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'Index Of Persons and Places: M', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 20: 1705-1706 (1952), pp. 887-899. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=84874 Date accessed: 31 October 2014.


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Mabson, Math[ew], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 473.

Macartney See Maccartney.

Macay, Rich[ard], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 469.

Maccartney
-, (Macartney, McCartney, Maccartny), George, colonel and brigadier, payment to, 98, 691, 766
-, petitions of, 169, 213, 483, 636, 641, 691
-, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, [45].

Maccarty, Donogh, 4th Earl of Clancarty, forfeited estate of, 744.

-, Elizabeth, Countess of Clancarty, children of, royal bounty towards the support of, 745
-, payment to, 745.

MacCarty More [? Daniel Carthy alias], estate of, in co. Kerry, 293.

Macclean. See Maclean.

Macclesfield, co. Chester, Mayor etc. of, payment to, of allowance or stipend for a preacher, 496.

postmaster at, place of, recommendation for, 695. See also Barber, R.

Macclesfield, Earl of. See Gerard, C.

McCormuck, John, captain, half-pay officer, Irish Establishment, 441.

McCullock, [John], Army clothier, petition of, 115.

Macdonall, Hugh, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, drawn out to Tynemouth, arrears to, 470.

Macey, —, payment to, to be set in super upon his heirs, executors and administrators, 145.

McGuire (Mauguier), Richard, of Dublin, clothier, debt due for clothing supplied to Viscount Charlemont's Regiment, 186, 529-530, 573.

Machado
-, Antonio Alvarez, contractor for furnishing bread and bread waggons for the Forces in the Low Countries, payments to, 22, 33, 63, 116, 291, 332, 428, 598
-, petition in behalf of, of M. Medina, 115, 116, 130.

Machitrick. See Mackitric.

McKarell. See Mackerell.

Mackburney, Edw[ar]d, reversionary annuity, 719.

-, James, reversionary annuity, 719.

-, Mary, reversionary annuity, 719.

Mackennay, William, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 472.

Mackenzie (Mackenzey), Aeneas, chaplain for New Jersey, 242.

-, Frances, allowance to, 18, 130
-, petition of, for an additional allowance, 18, 130.

-, George, 1st Earl of Cromarty (Cromartie), promise to, concerning Frances Mackenzie, 18.

Mackerell (McKarell), —, petition of, and recommendation of, 144.

-, Mary, petition of, 115.

Mackitric (Machitrick), Jane, petition of, 163, 169.

Mackley, John, distiller of malted corn, petition of, concerning an information against him, 176, 177, 489.

MaClane. See Maclean.

Maclare, Ja[mes], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 474.

Maclean (Macclean, MaClane, Macleane), Jo[hn], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 474.

-, Sir John, coming from Calais contrary to Proclamation, seizure of, 457
-, pension, allowance or bounty to, 748
-, petition of, 116.

Macloudy, Jo[hn], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 474.

Macmillion, Jo[hn], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 473.

-, William, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 473.

MacNeale (Macneale), Jam[es], sergeant in Colonel G. Hamilton's Regiment, petition of, 509.

-, Laugh., pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, drawn out to Tynemouth, arrears to, 469.

Madder, Is[aac], petition of, 186.

Maddocks (Maddox), Ann, reversionary annuities, 718.

-, Fran[ce]s, reversionary annuity, 718.

-, Judith, reversionary annuity, 719.

-, Robert, loans by, 572.

-, Sarah, reversionary annuity, 718.

Madeira
-, Madeiras, islands, 249
-, Agent for Prizes. See Hemmins, B.

Madrid
-, Spain, arrival at, of the Allied Forces, 725
-, bills drawn from, 740
-, declaration of, for Charles III, 725.

Maffei, Count [Annibale], Envoy Extraordinary from the Duke of Savoy, present for, 363.

Magny, Abraham, a Commissioner of Hackney Coaches, 492.

Mahon. See Mohun.

Maidstone
-, (Maidston), Francis, agent or deputy to Sir H. Everard, 177, 495, 537, 671
-, petition of, for place of Receiver of Duties on Marriages and Houses, co. Essex, 599
-, petitions of, and recommendations of, for place of Receiver General of Taxes, co. Essex, 177, 188, 189, 214, 495, 537, 609, 671
-, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Essex, 189, 537, 599.

Maidwell, Lewis, house of, Royal School of William III founded in, 454.

Maine, —, col[one]l, letter in behalf of C. Howard, 144.

-, [Edmund], major general, recommendation by, of L. Norman, 176, 177, 506.

Mainwaring
-, (Mannwaring, Manwareing, Manwaring, Maynwaring), Arthur, an Auditor of Prests or Imprests and Foreign Accounts, First Fruits, Tenths, Customs and of the Mint and Coinage and other accounts, 141, 189, 258, 283, 359, 392, 403, 461, 506, 533, 544, 585, 671, 707, 745, 767
-, grant of office to, 247.

-, Lady [Elizabeth], testimony of, concerning the estate of T. Whitley, 57, 190.

-, Hartstong, Agent for Prizes and Admiralty Droits, Alderney, Jersey and Sark, appointment of, 238
-, payments to, 332, 393
-, petitions of, 115, 130, 214, 238.

Makenly, Dan[iel], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 472.

Malet
-, Baldwin, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Somerset, correspondent of, mistake of, 278
-, overpayments on accounts, 250, 278
-, petition of, 250.

Malien, Susanna de, royal bounty to, 229.

Malleray, Isaac, royal bounty to, 229.

Malthus, [Daniel], apothecary, bill for medicines, 628.

Man
-, Isle of, poor ministers in, annuity or pension for, 390, 514, 690
-, trustees for, 390, 514, 690.

Man. See Mann.

Manaton, Francis, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Cornwall, 608.

Manchester, Earl of. See Montagu, C.

Mancini, Hortense, Duchess of Mazarin, executors of, proceedings against, 283.

Manley, co. Lincoln, wapentake of, Receiver General of Taxes. See Cawthorpe, W.

Manley, [James], captain in Colonel H. Holt's Regiment of Marines, company of, 14.

-, John, petition of, for appointment as a landsurveyor, 177.

-, -, sub-Commissioner for Prizes, Plymouth port, 232.

Mann (Man), [John], Army clothier, petition of, 115.

-, William, petition of, relating to a debt due from W. Hunt to his father, 153.

Manning, Alice, reversionary annuity, 716.

-, Jo[hn], reversionary annuity, 716.

-, [Richard], ensign in Lord Lucas' Regiment, petition of, 115-116.

Manningham, Mary, reversionary annuity, 714.

Mannwaring. See Mainwaring.

Mansell (Maunsell), Francis, executors of, annuity to, 590.

-, Thomas, petition for lease of water mills within the lordship of Brecon, 318.

-, Sir William, [captain] in Colonel T. Saunderson's Regiment of Marines, company of, 14.

Manwareing, Manwaring. See Mainwaring.

Manzoni
-, (Manzony, Monzony), Antonio, correspondent in Lisbon of 1. Henriques et al., 475
-, payment for milreis, 44, 453, 475, 510.

Maplesden, Mar[gery], petition of, 116.

Mara, Forest of. See Delamere Forest.

Marblehead, Massachusetts Bay, 501.

Marcett, —. merchant in London, remittances for the Duke of Savoy or other Allies, 39.

Marden alias Maverden, co. Hereford, manor of, 574.

Margate, co. Kent, 118.

Maria Josepha, Archduchess, mourning for, 345.

Marialve, Marquis of, export of goods for the use of, 450.

Marion, Elie, Memoires of, 93.

Maris
-, Charles, a messenger in ordinary under William III, 755
-, confinement of, 755
-, debt due to, release of, 755
-, goods of, restoration of, 443
-, petitions of, 115, 163, 213, 215, 443
-, prosecuted for an embezzlement of alamode silk done by his son, 443, 755 : services of, and reward for, 115, 163, 443.

Maritone, Daniel, boatman, Deal, dismissed for frauds, 596.

Market Harborough, co. Leicester, Free School of, annuity to schoolmaster of, 764.

Markham, [Thomas], lieutenant colonel in Viscount Shannon's Regiment of Marines, company of, 15.

Marlborough, Countess Dowager of. See Ley, Margaret.

-, Duchess of. See Churchill, Sarah.

-, Duke of. See Churchill, J.

Marmande, Charlotte de, royal bounty to, 229.

Marriott, [Reginald], tenths on lead mines in co. York, 176.

-, Thomas, Clerk of the Pleas in the Exchequer Court, fee to, 368.

Marsh, Mathew, highway robber, apprehending of, 655.

-, Narcissus, Archbishop of Armagh, Lord Primate of Ireland, patent of, 239
-, payment to, of rent of see, 239
-, petition of, 105
-, structure erected and furnished by, for a public library, 239.

Marshall (Marshal), —, doctor, tenement of, in Broad Street, 347.

-, -, husband of Margret, 523.

-, [Ann], widow of Hezekiah, petition of and payment to, 116.

-, Hezekiah, Commissary General of Provisions for Forces sent to the West Indies, 116
-, allowance to, 290
-, executors of, payment to, 290.

-, Sir John, recommendation by. of F. Maidstone, 189.

-, Jo[hn], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, drawn out to Tynemouth, arrears to, 469.

-, Margret, petition of, concerning duty on prize brandy, 523.

-, Richard, petition of, for appointment as collector of Customs, Newcastle port, 214, 703.

-, -, Stud Master to William III, petition of, 215.

Marston, William, vicar of Redbourn, recognizance of, for J. Cairns, 169, 483, 505.

Martin (Marten, Martyn), Hen[ry], a collector of Excise, 351, 352.

-, Jo[hn], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 472.

-, Thomas, uncle of L. Compere, Receiver General of the Revenue, Jamaica, 698.

-, [Thomas], accounts concerning Spaniards taking part with Charles III, 725.

-, Tutchin, Queen's waiter, London port, 294.

-, William, bill drawn by, 351.

-, -, et al., Popish Priests, indicted for saying mass, bail for, 154, 374, 565.

sureties for. See Hartley, J.
-, Metcalfe, C.
-, Payne, R.
-, Pepper, R.
-, Preston, G.
-, Stephenson, F.

Martinere. See Martiniere.

Martinico. See Martinique.

Martiniere (Martinere), Magdalen de la, pension to, 83, 694.

Martinique, Martinico, island of, French West Indies, 695.

Martyn. See Martin.

Mary II, Queen of William III, 649.

Bedchamber of, at Kensington Palace. See Kensington Palace.

grant by, of estate of T. Price, 174, 236, 519, 611.

livery servants of, petition of, 135.

lodgings of, at Kensington Palace. See Kensington Palace.

Master of the Barges to, 481.

sempstress to. See Colledge
-, Edith
-, Ireland, Dorothy.

servants and family, issue for, 481.

Treasurer for. See Nicholas, E.

watermen of, 481.

Maryland, North America, 536.

Agent for Prizes, letter relating to, 433.

chaplains for. See Grey, S.
-, Owen, R.

Court of Admiralty, 421.

Governor of. See Blackison, [N.]
-, Seymour, [J.]

prize ships carried into, 421, 462, 690.

Receiver General of. See Plater, G.

seal for, 620, 651.

ships carrying away tobacco without entry or clearing, 702.

shore of, eastern, to the seaboard, survey of, 702.

tobacco, 702.

trade of, improvement of, and preventing of abuses therein, scheme of new regulations for, 169, 455.

See also Annapolis
-, Bohemia
-, Chesapeake Bay
-, Mony
-, Patuxent
-, Pocomac
-, Sassafras
-, Wicomico
-, Williamsburg.

Mascall
-, John, of Romney, 511, 575, 605.

-, -, et al., of London, merchants and privateer owners, concerning prize wines and brandies, 144, 152, 176, 293, 318, 321, 376, 422, 497.

-, Margaret, widow of John, petitions concerning prize wines and brandies, 511, 575, 605.

Mason, Dame Ann Margaretta, administratrix of Sir W. Brownlow, annuity to, 382.

-, Charles, letter of, concerning a dispute among commissioners of Taxes, co. Montgomery, 130, 330.

-, -, Receiver, Treasurer and Paymaster of Transports, appointment of, 187, 522, 547-548, 578
-, clerks of, salaries or allowances for, 198, 215, 615, 759
-, instructions to, 215, 547-548
-, issues to, 61, 62, 86, 483, 522, 578, 584, 591, 687, 752
-, payments by, 548
-, salary of, 187, 215, 548
-, securities of, 186, 187, 550, 553, 563.

-, [Hugh], collector of Customs, Hull, representation by, concerning extraordinary tidesmen, 742.

-, John, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Cambridge and the Isle of Ely, 176.

account of, 141, 145.

debt of, 330, 533
-, composition for, 177, 193, 260, 476, 546, 605, 610.

securities or sureties of, 193
-, petition of, 115. See also Apprice, [R.]
-, Conyers, Sir J., et al.
-, Pickering. J.
-, Williams, —, widow.

-, Mary, alias Jordan, fine set upon, for inveighling Phyllis Chamblett into a madhouse, 696
-, prisoner in the New Prison and maintained at the expense of the keeper, 696.

Massachusetts Bay, New England, Acts and Laws passed in, 504, 754.

blacksmith in. See Jarvis, J.

Capoain General of. See Dudley, J.

chirurgeon in. See Gahtmant, F.

Commander-in-Chief of. See Dudley, J.

constable in. See Foster, —.

Council of, 501, 504.

Court of Admiralty, Counsel for pirates. See Meinzies, J.

Deputy Judge of. See Newton, T.

Deputy Marshal of. See Wakefield, S.

fees for condemnation of prizes, 640.

Judge of, 503.

Marshal of. See Franklin, H.

Queen's Advocate, 503. See also Dudley, P.

Queen's Counsel, 503. See also Newton, T.

Register of, 503. See also Volentine, J.

scrivener of. See Weaver, E.

trial of pirates, expenses of arrests, prosecutions, executions, etc., 502, 503, 504, 522, 524.

General Assembly, 504.

Government of, affairs of, 504.

Governor of, 503
-, as Judge of the Court of Admiralty, 503
-, Commissioners appointed by, 504
-, letters of, 504
-, payments ordered by, 501.

Naval Office, Act for establishing, and for ascertaining the fees, 754.

Ordnance stores, 109.

pirates in, and in New England—

accessories to. See Lorrimer, [T.]
-, Wells, —.

apprehending, imprisoning, pursuing, seizing, etc. of, and their effects, payments for, 501, 502, 503, 504
-, rewards for, 81-82, 365, 524, 562, 586, 694.

Commissioners for enquiry concerning, 502. See also Byfield, N.
-, Dudley, P.
-, Sewell, S.

crew of brigantine sent to clear the coast of French privateers and turned pirate, 157.

execution of, 501, 762
-, charges of, 502.

goods and effects of, 365, 524, 586.

gold and treasure—

accounts and invoices of, 503-504, 504, 521-522, 524, 527, 604.

coining of, 66, 504, 526-527, 604.

paying of, into the Exchequer, 504, 604, 762.

payments out of, 66, 501-503,504,521-522.

petitions for, 109, 157.

securing etc. of, 501, 502, 503, 504.

Commissioners for, 503, 504. See also Addington, I.
-, Dudley, P.
-, Taylor, J.

rewards for, 81-82, 365, 524, 562, 586, 694.

sending of, to England, 66, 82, 109, 157, 503, 522, 524, 526-527, 586, 604, 694, 762.

guns, 504.

negroes, 502, 504.

produce of, sold, 504.

sails, 504.

sales of, 504.

silver, 504, 524.

sugar, 502, 504.

trial or prosecution of, charges of, 502, 503, 504, 522, 524
-, Counsel for pirates. See Meinzies, J.
-, witnesses, 502.

See also Austin, J.
-, James, C., et al.; Quelch, J., et al.; Scudamore, —, et al.

public papers from, 504.

Revenue in, accounts of, 503
-, declaration of, 108, 306.

collector of, place of, petition concerning, 185.

Receiver General and Treasurer of, 503.

seal for, 620, 651.

Secretary of. See Addington, 1. ships from, 503.

taverner in. See North, S.

towns in, between Boston and Bristol, constables of, apprehending and conveying pirates, 502.

troops in, pursuing and apprehending pirates, 501.

See also Boston, Cape Ann
-, Essex
-, Marblehead
-, New England
-, Newbury
-, Salem
-, Suffolk.

Massam
-, [Winwood], captain in Viscount Shannon's Regiment of Marines, company of, 15.

Massinger, —, concerning Mrs. Wilkins, 98.

Massola, Fra[ncis], bill payable to, 591.

Massue, Henry de, Seigneur de Ruvigny, 1st Earl of Galway, [commander of] Forces in the Milanese, 523.

General and Commander-in-Chief of the Forces in Portugal, 468, 559, 725.

aide de camp to. See Montagu, E.

arrival of, with the Allied Forces, at Madrid, 725.

at the siege of Badajoz, 468.

bills drawn by, 740, 743, 760.

clothing for Forces, 76, 264-265.

express from, 725.

letter from, 184, 535.

lost hand at the siege of Badajoz, 468.

royal bounty for services, 466, 468.

services of T. Morris, 72, 104, 254, 634.

Massy, —, ensign, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 470.

Masters (Master), Harcourt, petition of, 169, 177.

-, Joyce, executrix of N. Herne, innovation of lost annuity order, 481.

-, Streynsham, executor of N. Herne, innovation of lost annuity order, 481.

Mathews. See Matthews.

Matson, Math[ew], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, drawn out to Tynemouth, arrears to, 469.

Matthews (Mathews, Matthew), Ja[mes], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 470.

-, John, quartermaster in Colonel T. Handasyde's Regiment, pay of, 116
-, petition of, 116.

-, Thomas, et al., Popish Priests, indicted for saying mass, bail for, 154, 374, 565.

sureties for. See Hartley, J.
-, Metcalfe, C.
-, Payne, R.
-, Pepper, R.
-, Preston, G.
-, Stephenson, F.

Matthias, John, tenant of shops and ground at Wrexham, 272.

Mauclere, Ann, widow, royal bounty to, 735.

Maudit, Peers, Windsor Herald, salary to, 389.

Mauguier. See McGuire.

Maundrell, Richard, contractor to the Victualling for butter and cheese, petition concerning, and payment for, loss of butter and cheese, 104, 129, 130, 158, 320, 457-458.

Maunsell. See Mansell.

Mauvillan
-, (Mauvilian, Mauvillian), Peter, calico printer, chief workman of. See Kerby, W.
-, concerning a seizure of liquid compositions for staining calicoes brought from Holland, 163, 186, 429, 509, 529
-, improved the trade of printing calicoes in England, 529.

Maverden. See Marden.

Mawson, Charles, Chester Herald, salary to, 389.

Maxwell, Sir Geo[rge], apprehending of, 163, 443.

May, Edward, collector of Customs, Waterford, 280.

Maynard, Susanna, executrix of William, annuity to, 384.

-, William, executor of Mary Evans, 384.

executors of. See Dent, G.
-, Hutchinson, F.
-, Maynard, Susanna.

Maynwaring. See Mainwaring.

Mayo, county of, Sheriff of. See Palmer. F.

Mazarin, Duchess of. See Mancini, Hortense.

Mazel, Abraham, Memoires of, 93.

Mead (Meade), John, goldsmith, loans by, 616.

-, Jo[hn], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 473.

Meadows, Sir Philip, a Commissioner for Trade, salary to, 514.

Meath, bishopric of, sede uacanle revenue of, petition for grant of, towards completing the workhouse in Dublin, 586.

Meautys, Blanchett, 115.

Medina
-, Moses, petitions of, about tin in Holland, 145
-, concerning issues for A. A. Machado, 115, 116, 130, 144, 145, 153.

-, Sir Solomon de, bills drawn on, 743, 760
-, correspondents of, in Spain, 760.

Mediterranean Sea, Fleets in—

Agents for Prizes on board, appointment of, 617
-, petition for appointment, 219. See also Proudfoot, M.
-, Rock, W.
-, Smith, J.
-, Window, W.

Deputy Treasurer of the Navy attending. See Ferrabosco, M.

express to, of the state of affairs in Catalonia, 668.

Judge Advocate on board. See Rock, W.

under Sir G. Rooke, 375.

under Sir C. Shovell, 480.

Medley (Midley), Bartholomew, surety for A. Valliere, petition of, 177, 213-214, 509.

-, Tho[mas], petition of, 187
-, recommendation of, as clerk to C. Medlicott, 187.

Medlicott
-, (Medlycott), Charles, Commissary of Provisions in Portugal, allowance to, 187
-, clerk recommended to, 187
-, clerks of, pay to, 557
-, pay to, 557
-, petition of, 187.

Meheuse, Thomas, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages and Houses, [co. Bedford], appointment of, and salary to, 571.

Mein
-, Charles, attending East India sales and computing the duties etc., appointment of, and salary to, 238
-, additional allowances to, 702.

Examiner of the Outports Customs Books, 238.

Examiner of the Wine and Currant Duty, London port, appointment of, 238.

-, [Patrick], surveyor of the Northern ports, 415.

Meinzies, James, Counsel for pirates, Massachusetts Bay, 502.

Meknes, Morocco, 539, 540.

Meldert, [Flanders], camp at, of the Duke of Marlborough, 689.

Melier, Abraham, surety for J. Chaigneau, absconded, 564.

Mellefont (Mellifort), James, Storekeeper for Prizes, London port, petition of, for allowance for service in connection with the Vigo booty etc., 116,285.

-, William, boatman, Bristol, drowned, 235.

Mellish
-, John, clerk and accountant for Prizes, Portsmouth, appointment of, 246
-, removed, 709.

Meloniere (Melloniere, Melonier, Melonniere), Anne de la, wife of [Isaac], petition of, for a pension, 104, 255.

-, [Isaac] de la, major general, pension of, 88
-, petition of, 152
-, regiment of. See Index of Subjects —Army, Regiments, Foot, [25]
-, services of, 255.

Melton, Jo[hn], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 474.

Mendes, Antonio Diego, bills payable to, 602.

Mentone, [France], 479.

Meols
-, Meoles, co. Chester, in Liverpool port, waiter and searcher at. See Hawkshaw, R.
-, Hesketh, E.

Merick. See Merrick.

Merideth, Hen[ry], reversionary annuity, 716.

Merill. See Merrett.

Merioneth
-, county of, Chief Justice of. See Hook, J.
-, Peisley, W.

collector of Stamp Duties. See Foulkes, R.

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages and Houses, place of, petition for, 349. See also Caswall, J.

Receiver General of Taxes, security of, memorial concerning, 476. See also Caswall, J.

seal for, double judicial, 763.

Second Justice of. See Gwynn, M.
-, Harvey, S.

Meriton. See Merriton.

Merrett (Merill, Merrill, Merrit, Merritt), —, memorials of, on behalf of J. Howe, 5, 29, 128, 152.

-, Solomon, et al., owners of the Hart employed in the Newfoundland fishery, petition of, concerning duties on wines and brandy, 169, 462, 536, 586.

Merrick
-, (Merick), —, employment of, 203
-, letter concerning, 125, 130, 203, 214.

Merrill. See Merrett.

Merring, John, of Barbados, petition of, concerning loss of place by false accusation, and for appointment as Receiver of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty, 158.

Merrison, Jo[hn], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 472.

Merrit. See Merrett.

Merriton
-, (Meriton), Henry, of the Middle Temple, Cashier and Receiver General of Excise and Malt Duties, appointment of, 247
-, porterage fees etc., payment for, and petition for payment, 193, 214, 565, 624.

Merritt. See Merrett.

Merry, Antho[ny], et al., merchants and owners of the Trumbull, case of, concerning the Dragon prize, 214, 635, 657, 681-682.

Mervin, Sheldon, petition of, for lease of the manor and lordship of Curry Mallet, 177, 509.

Mesgrett, David, executor of Hester Tandin, annuity to, 385.

Metcalfe, Christopher, surety for J. Gifford, W. Martin and T. Matthews, 374, 565.

-, Henry, 654.

-, -, son and executor of Henry, 654.

-, John, Justice of the Peace, co. Middlesex, 505.

-, Thomas, son and heir of Henry, lease of mines etc. in Askrigg, 571, 654.

Methuen
-, (Methwin, Methwyn), John, Ambassador Extraordinary to the King of Portugal, at Lisbon, bills of exchange, payments, etc., accounts of, 20, 144, 152-153, 341-342, 391, 439, 725
-, for expresses, 341
-, for the Fleet, 341
-, for Forces in Spain and Catalonia, 29, 38, 40, 74, 168, 408, 447, 453, 475, 482, 492
-, for French prisoners, 341
-, for service of Gibraltar, 34, 46, 75, 144, 160, 163-164, 341, 391, 395, 439, 447, 510, 540, 559
-, for Spanish regiments, 395, 725
-, for subsidy to the King of Portugal, 43, 495, 510
-, for subsidy to the King of Spain, 40, 46, 546.

concerning the export of arms and ammunition etc. to Portugal, 176, 182, 449, 487, 505.

order of, for the taking up of ships in Portugal, 26.

ordinary to, 315, 388, 512, 665, 721.

-, Paul, Envoy Extraordinary to the Duke of Savoy, equipage, 65, 582, 594
-, ordinary to, 65, 582, 594, 742.

Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Portugal, arrival of, at the Court of Portugal, 740
-, equipage., 99, 742, 765
-, extraordinaries, 67, 80, 595
-, ordinary to, 65, 99, 315, 388, 512, 594, 742, 765
-, return of, 594.

going to Barbary, Catalonia and Gibraltar, 540, 595.

sent upon a treaty of peace and commerce with the Emperor of Morocco, credentials of, 225.

Mew, Peter, Bishop of Winchester, bill against, to prevent waste, 283.

Meyer, Frederick, commander of the Ufro Catherina, 561.

-, Peter, of London, merchant, bills drawn from Rotterdam for the Transport service, 494.

Michell. See Mitchell.

Michison, Rob[ert], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 472.

Middle Sands, island, in the Humber, 586.

Middleham, co. York, fee farm rents, 659.

Middlesex
-, county of, Auditor of Crown Land Revenues. See Jett, T., junior
-, Shales, H.

distiller in. See Fuller, J.

Justice of the Peace. See Metcalfe, J.

Receiver General of Taxes. See Fazakerly, W.

robberies in, 432, 483.

Sheriffs of. See Buckworth, Sir J.
-, Humphreys, Sir W.

weekly bills of Mortality, 111.

Middleton, —, recommendation of, for place of coastwaiter, 153.

-, Walter, collector of Customs, Milford port, 361
-, customer, Milford port, 361.

Midley. See Medley.

Milan, 479.

Milanese, Forces in, 523.

Milbourne (Milburn), Charles, Secondary of the Pipe, salary to, 304, 418.

- [Richard], captain in Colonel J. Hill's Regiment, company of, 726, 727.

Mildmay, Charles, Lord [15th Baron] FitzWalter, surety for N. Rich, memorial and petition of, 209, 244.

-, -, charges against, for fraudulently obtaining a pass, 283.

Milford Haven, Milford, co. Pembroke, 235.

collector of Customs, place of, examination for, 476
-, recommendation for, 167-168. See also Farnolls, W.
-, Middleton, W.
-, Morris, D.

comptroller of Customs. See Hall, W.

customer of. See Middleton, W.

Mill, John, petition of, concerning pepper taken out of the Anne and put upon men of war, 754.

Millart, Roger, Clerk to the Agents for Taxes, salary to, 235, 258, 324, 442, 546, 615, 713.

Miller, Hum[phrey], drummer, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 471.

-, Jam[es], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 469.

-, Sir John, son and heir of Sir Thomas, discharge of baronetcy fee, 548.

-, Matthew, comptroller of Customs, Carlisle port, 318.

-, Stephen, captain, half-pay officer, Irish Establishment, 441.

-, Sir Thomas, of Chichester, 548
-, discharge of baronetcy fee, 590.

Millicent, John, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Cambridge and the Isle of Ely, petition of, for extraordinary expenses, 163, 440.

Milliere, Jeanne de la, pension to, 83, 693.

Millington, Francis, assignee of, annuity to, 218.

Millner. See Milner.

Mills, Geo[rge], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, drawn out to Tynemouth, arrears to, 469.

Millward
-, Sus[an], daughter of, lost her husband in the late war, 287
-, lost her husband in the late war, 287
-, petition of, for lease of land in Hedge Lane, 116, 287.

Milner (Millner), Eliz[abeth], reversionary annuity, 718.

[-, John], Consul at Lisbon, to be watchful of events at the Court of Portugal, 740.

-, Samuel, lands of, extended for debt, 364.

Minehead, co. Somerset, customer at, concerning the removal of, 370.

Mingay, Mary, wife and administratrix to Roger, annuity to, 379.

-, Roger, assignee of E. Backwell, annuity to, 379.

Mingen, Justi[nian], corporal, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 471.

Miremont, Marquis de. See Bourbon, A. de.

Mirfeild, Rob[er]t, petition of, 115.

Missenden, Edw[ar]d, reversionary annuity, 716.

-, Tho[ma]s, reversionary annuity, 716.

Misson, —, a French pensioner, memorial concerning the placing of, upon the Irish Establishment, 216.

-, George, waiter and searcher, Speights and the bays adjacent, Barbados, appointment of, 741.

Mitchell
-, (Michell, Mitchel), Sir David, Gentleman Usher Black Rod, allowances to, for attendance on the House of Peers, 465, 731
-, in lieu of perquisites, 309, 367, 404, 417, 515, 531, 667.

voyage of, to Holland, upon a particular service, charges of, 36, 104, 247, 466.

-, James, officer in the Salt Duty, petition of, for a place in the Marriage and Window Duties, 214, 681.

-, John, waterman attending the surveyor of the searchers, London port, appointment of, 763.

-, Thomas, a Commissioner to enquire of Tax frauds in co. Devon and the city of Exeter, petition of, for allowance, 327.

Mitford (Mittford), Michael, of London, merchant, owner of the Three Pilgrims, allowance for hire of ship, 145, 448.

Mittime, Dan[iel], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 473.

Mocenigo
-, Seignor [Alvise], Ambassador from Venice, present for, 363
-, Secretary to, present for, 363.

Mohun (Mahon), Charles, Lord [4th Baron] Mohun, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, [40].

-, Terrence, Deputy Marshal in the Savoy, repairs to the Marshalsea, 115, 244, 406.

Molaix. See Morlaix.

Mole, Richard, boatman, Deal, appointment of, 596.

Molesworth, John, a Commissioner of Stamp Duties, 655.

Molineux
-, (Mollyneux, Molyneux), Nathaniel, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Lancaster, debt due from, to the Duke of Devonshire, 291
-, debt of, composition for, 181, 291, 545.

Mollien, Susanne de, pension to, 83, 693.

Mollyneux, Molyneux. See Molineux.

Moncall
-, (Moncal), [Mark Anthony], lieutenant colonel in the Earl of Barrymore's Regiment, company of, taken prisoner, losses of, 386
-, petition of, 158, 386.

-, Mark Anthony Davisseins (Davesseins) d', and Magdalene his wife, pension to, 163, 431.

Monck
-, Christopher, 2nd Duke of Albemarle, [Governor of Jamaica], 296
-, estate of, in co. Essex, 681.

-, George, 1st Duke of Albemarle, agreement with, concerning Mote Park, Windsor, 24.

Mondrem, Forest of. See Delamere Forest.

Monmouth, county of, outlaws' lands in, lease of, 446, 565.

Receiver General of Taxes. See Caswall, J.
-, Howells, G.

Monmouth, Duchess of. See Scott, Anne.

-, Duke of. See Scott, J.

Monpesson, —, a French pensioner, memorial concerning the placing of, upon the Irish Establishment, 216.

Montagu (Montague), Charles, Lord [1st Baron afterwards 3rd Earl] Halifax, Auditor of the Receipt, 24.

allowances or payments to, for charges of managing in his office the business relating to Exchequer Bills, 242, 655
-, for extraordinary services in his office, 528
-, for fees on imprests, 554.

clerks of, fees to, on imprests, 554. See also Clayton, W.

house inhabited by, danger of damage to, 99, 768.

petitions etc. referred to, and reports etc. by, 107, 115, 127, 135, 139, 141, 146, 160, 163, 173, 174, 177, 178, 200, 212, 292, 334, 413, 447, 487, 519, 543, 547, 739.

Rymer's Foedera for, 99.

trial of, and new information against, charges of, 283.

warrant to, 543.

a Commissioner for delivering the Garter to the Electoral Prince of Brunswick Lüneberg, 634, 677.

-, -, 4th Earl [afterwards 1st Duke] of Manchester, Ambassador Extraordinary to the Republic of Venice, equipage and ordinary to, 771.

petition of, for a new reversionary grant of the office of Collector of Customs and Subsidies, London port, 198, 631.

-, -, -, et al., recommendations by, for appointment of Receiver General of Taxes, co. Essex, 680, 695.

-, -, son of Sir James, 631.

-, Christopher, a Commissioner of Excise and Malt, 655.

-, Chr[istopher], Deputy Auditor of the Receipt, 697.

-, Edward, captain, aide de camp to the Earl of Galway, payment to, for carrying express, 94, 725.

-, Elizabeth, [Duchess Dowager of Albemarle afterwards] Duchess of Montagu, wife of Ralph, annuity due to, out of fee farm rents in co. Essex, petition for arrears of, 681
-, seised of the manor of Newhall and all the estate of [Christopher Monck, 2nd] Duke of Albemarle in co. Essex, 681.

-, Sir James, 631.

-, John, Viscount Monthermer (Mounthermer) [afterwards 2nd Duke of Montagu], son of Ralph, reversionary grant of the office of Master of the Great Wardrobe, 222.

-, -, Solicitor for the Stamp Duties, abuses discovered by, 771-772
-, proposal of, for advancing and preserving the Stamp Duties, 740
-, reward to, 740, 771
-, to continue solicitation and prosecution of abuses, 772.

-, Ralph, 1st Duke of Montagu, Master or Keeper of the Great Wardrobe, accounts of, 362, 594
-, appointment of, 222
-, issues to, 47, 72, 317, 505, 512, 548, 653
-, payment by, 548
-, warrants to, for the delivery of furniture, 704.

petition of, concerning an annuity out of fee farm rents in co. Essex, 214, 681.

-, William, son of Charles, Earl of Manchester, 631.

Montandre, Marquis of. See Rochefoucauld, F. de la.

Monteage
-, Deane, Accomptant General of Excise, appointment of, 349
-, resignation of, 349.

Montgomery, county of, Commissioners of Assessments, dispute among, 330.

hospital in. assessment of tithes belonging to, 330.

Receiver General of Taxes, security of, memorial concerning, 476. See also Powell, C.

seal for, double judicial, 763.

Second Justice of. See Lovell, Sir S.

Montgomery, Earl of. See Herbert, T.

Montgomery (Mountgomery), Hugh, 2nd Earl of Mount-Alexander, Master General of the Ordnance, Ireland, pension to, in consideration of surrender of office and of services, 576.

-, John, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 261.

-, Lewis, Queen's waiter, London port, appointment of, 270
-, deputy to. See Smith, R.
-, petition of, proposing a deputy, 130, 311
-, salary to, 308.

Monthermer, Viscount. See Montagu, J.

Montmelian. See Bar Montmelian.

Montrose, co. Forfar, ship of, 595.

Montserrat
-, island of, Leeward Islands, West Indies, Lieutenant Governor of. See Hodges, A.
-, planters, merchants and traders to, petition of, concerning sugar duties, 562.

Mony, Munni, Maryland, surveyor of Customs, 661. See also Price, E.

Monzony. See Manzony.

Moody, Edward, tidesman in inferior list, London port, 701.

-, John, lieutenant of the Independent Company of Foot in Newfoundland, clearings to, 652
-, commander of forts and forces in Newfoundland, 353, 398, 606, 652
-, pay to, 606, 742
-, petition of, on behalf of himself, officers and soldiers, 196, 606
-, provisions etc. furnished by, petitions for payment for, and payment for, 215, 652, 742
-, ship impressed by, 143, 353, 398.

Moor. See Moore.

Moor Hall
-, Moorhall, Morehall, in Outwell and Upwell, co. Norfolk, messuage and marshland, etc., demise of, 279
-, lease of, petitions for, 147, 250, 279, 359
-, survey of, 147, 153, 421.

Moore (Moor), Arthur, a Comptroller of Army Accounts, reports by, on petitions etc., 272, 308, 311, 312, 326, 464, 726.

-, Horatio, Keeper or Master of the Queen's Tennis Courts, fees to, 302, 367, 419, 513, 666.

-, John, [collector of Customs], Philadelphia, 680.

-, -, concerning the town and lands of Clonad, 466.

-, -, of Dublin, merchant, dispute concerning money for Army clothing, 214, 529-530, 573.

-, -, surveyor of Customs, Scarborough, to change places with surveyor at Whitby, 361.

-, Jo[hn], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 472.

-, Joseph or Josiah, executor of T. Smith, annuities to, 379, 381.

-, Thomas, leases of Datchet Ferry and Old Stables, Windsor, 240.

-, -, Queen's waiter, London port, appointment of, 617
-, fee or salary to, 635.

Moorhall. See Moor Hall.

Moravia, 345.

Mordaunt
-, (Mordant), Carey, Countess of Peterborough, bill payable to, 72
-, petition of, for a new lease of Curry Mallet, 588
-, servant of, 72.

-, Charles, 3rd Earl of Peterborough, Ambassador Extraordinary to the King of Spain, equipage and ordinary to, 688.

Captain General of the Land Forces to serve on board the Fleet (Captain General and Commander-in-Chief of the Forces in Catalonia or Spain)—

advance by, to the King of Spain, 49, 518.

appointment by, 271, 520.

at, Barcelona, 44, 426, 511
-, Gibraltar, 179, 190
-, Lisbon, 492
-, Valencia, 668.

bills of exchange, 29, 44, 55, 62, 72, 152, 374, 414, 511, 548, 591, 640, 641, 642, 725, 757.

commission to, 459.

deputy to, 374.

establishment for, 237.

expedition under, to Catalonia (Spain). See Index of Subjects—Army, Expeditions, to Catalonia.

express to, from the King of Spain, 668.

expresses from, 44, 179, 190, 426, 506, 668, 677.

letter to, 258.

orders or directions of, 26, 40, 79, 85, 181, 216, 397, 447, 643, 687, 692, 731, 733.

pay advanced by, 29, 374, 408.

pay of, 5, 69, 167, 235, 459-460.

payment to, 510.

Viscount Falkland attending, in the hope of becoming a lieutenant colonel, 82.

-, Cole, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages and Houses, [co. York], 314.

-, Henry or Harry, grant of Curry Mallet, 588.

-, -, Conservator or Supervisor of Dean Forest, allowance to, 508
-, issue to, 508.

-, -, colonel, Treasurer and Paymaster of the Ordnance, accounts of, 136, 753.

fee to, 247.

issues to, 41, 49, 60, 61, 375, 486, 500, 518, 587, 627
-, transfer of, from predecessor, 21, 349, 355, 393, 423, 427.

loans by, or raised by, 41, 60, 486, 678, 696.

office of, grant of, 247.

second clerk to, recommendation of, 340.

security of, 21.

-, -, colonel and brigadier, payments to, 496, 569, 757.

petition of, 144, 169, 335-336.

regiment of Foot of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, [19], [32].

regiment of Marines of. See Index of Subjects—Marine Regiments, Four Marine Regiments, [4]
-, Six Marine Regiments, [4] (1).

-, John, Lord Mordaunt, petition of, 169
-, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, [23].

-, Sir John, messuage or tenement inhabited by, caveat concerning grant of, 614.

-, Osmond, killed in Ireland, 588
-, grant of Curry Mallet, 588.

-, Penelope, Countess of Peterborough, grant to, of derelict lands on the coast of co. Norfolk, 422.

Morehall. See Moor Hall.

Moreland, Sir Samuel, lease of water engine, Windsor, 491.

Morer, Philadelpha, reversionary annuity, 714.

Moreton
-, Morton, co. Berks, hundred of, custody of, grant of, 661
-, lease of, 560, 661, 706.

steward and bailiff of, offices of, 661
-, lease of, 706. See also Stonehouse, Sir J.

Moreton. See Morton.

Morgan
-, Anthony, colonel, Lieutenant Governor of the Isle of Wight, additional pay to, 193, 582
-, memorial or petition of, 115, 193, 582.

-, John, waiter and searcher, Amlwch, appointment of, and salary to, 642.

-, Jo[hn], captain, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 470.

-, Teague, a Roman Catholic, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 262.

-, Thomas, tidesman, Bristol, 249.

Morice. See Morris.

Morison. See Morrison.

Morlaix, Molaix, France, ship of, taken prize, 511.

Morley, —, 36.

-, Cha[rles], doctor, Physician General to the Forces in the Expedition to Cadiz and Vigo, petition of, to be appointed a Commissioner of the Navy, 214.

-, George, a Commissioner for Prizes, 275, 314
-, leave of absence to attend Queen Anne at Winchester, 397.

Morocco
-, (Fez and Morocco), North Africa, captives in, French and Spanish, brought to England, 679, 734
-, release of, design for, 539.

emissary to. See Jones, J.

Emperor of—

Ambassador from, at St. Paul's rejoicing, 734
-, at Windsor, 734
-, attendant upon. See Jones, J.
-, bringing French captives to England, 679, 734
-, congratulating Queen Anne upon a Victory, 734
-, entertainment of, 77, 650, 734
-, goods of, Customs on, 635
-, retinue or servants of, 650, 679, 734.

camp of, before Ceuta, designs for withdrawal of, 539.

Court of, 185.

engaging of, by French and Spanish consuls and friars in their cause and to hinder the relief of Gibraltar, breaking of the designs for, 185, 539.

letter from, to Queen Anne, 538, 540.

letters to, from Queen Anne and the Ambassador to Portugal, 540.

Master of the Wardrobe of, 539.

negotiations with, for the relief of the garrison of Gibraltar, 54, 185, 538-540.

presents to, from Queen Anne and the Ambassador to Portugal, 538, 540.

Secretaries of, 539.

servants of, chief, 539.

sons of, 539. See also Elmutekil
-, Nossor, Muley
-, Ottoman.

treaty of peace and commerce with, 225.

Viceroy of, camp of, before Ceuta, 539
-, letters to, from Queen Anne and the Ambassador to Portugal, 538
-, negotiations with, for the relief of the garrison of Gibraltar, 54, 185, 538-540
-, presents to, from Queen Anne and the Ambassador to Portugal, 538.

See also Aly, Alcaid.

See also Ismaël [es-Semin].

merchant in. See Packer, —.

ports of, designs to prevent the use of, to Queen Anne's ships, 539
-, Moor employed togive intelligence from, 539.

provisions etc. from, for the garrison of Gibraltar, 185, 538, 539.

Queen of. clock of, mending of, 539.

sultanas, present to, 539.

See also Algiers
-, Arzila
-, Barbary
-, Cape Spartel
-, Ceuta
-, El Qsar el Kbir
-, Jeremia's Anchorage
-, Larache
-, Meknes
-, Sali
-, Tangier
-, Tetuan.

Morris
-, (Morice, Morrice, Morriss), David, collector of Customs, Milford Haven, appointment of, 615
-, landwaiter, Liverpool, 615.

-, Geo[rge], captain, commander of the Barnstead, delivery to, of a prize, 575.

-, Naboth, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 474.

-, Thomas, Deputy Paymaster General of the Forces in Portugal, 72, 76, 98, 104, 115, 125, 130, 145, 152, 154, 164, 254-255, 305-306, 307, 390, 447, 453, 634, 725, 740, 747, 765-766
-, at Lisbon, 115, 130, 152
-, employment for, on his return, 63, 81, 104, 254-255
-, pay to, 368
-, services of, 63, 72, 81, 104, 215, 254, 634
-, to be watchful of events at the Court of Portugal, 740.

Morrison (Morison), [Edward], captain in Colonel H. Holt's Regiment of Marines, company of, 14.

-, Ja[mes], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 473.

Morriss. See Morris.

Morse, John, a clerk to the Judge Advocate, 406.

Mortagh, Brian, hay etc. for Cranbourne and Bagshot lodges, Windsor Forest, 115.

Mortimer, [Andrew], captain in Colonel J. Hill's Regiment, company of, 726, 727.

Morton. See Moreton.

Morton (Moreton), Moses, listed as a recruit, charges of opposing the discharge of, 283.

-, Tho[mas], petition of, 116.

Mory, Rob[er]t, petition of, 214.

Moscow, Russia, Envoy at. See Whitworth, C.

Moscrop, Richard, riding officer, Cardonnock, 235.

Mose
-, Francis, collector of Customs, Chichester, 30, 421, 449
-, collector of Customs, Shoreham, 30, 421
-, supervisor of riding officers for the wool business, Chichester, 421.

Mostyn
-, Moston, co. Flint, in Chester port, waiter and searcher at, recommendation for place of, 610. See also Hunter, H.
-, Nicholson, F.

Mote Park. See Windsor.

Mount, The. See St. Michael's Mount.

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

Mountford, —, prize calicoes, 453.

Mountgomery. See Montgomery.

Mounthermer, Viscount. See Montagu, J.

Mountjoy, Lord. See Stewart, W.

Mountrath, Countess of. See Coote, J.

Mount's Bay
-, co. Cornwall, 240, 253, 259, 260, 575
-, see also Gwavas Lake.

Mouse, Elizabeth, widow of William, petition of, 214.

-, William, captain lieutenant in Sir M. Bridges' Company [in Colonel S. Richards' Regiment], died at the siege of Limerick, 214
-, service of, 214.

Mowat, Sir Winwood, petitions of, concerning his pension, 104, 177.

Moyer, Sir Samuel, loans by, 325.

Mullican, Geo[rge], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, turned out, arrears to, 469.

Mullins, [Richard], captain in Colonel E. Fox's Regiment of Marines, company of, 14.

Munday, John, reversionary annuity, 718.

-, Mary, reversionary annuity, 718.

-, Susan, reversionary annuities, 718.

Munni. See Mony.

Muratt
-, (Murat), Elizabeth, alias Cambolive, sister of Stephen Cambolive, case of, concerning the estate of her brother Stephen, 28, 144, 156, 349, 360, 433
-, come from France and taken up on an information, 28
-, in the custody of a messenger, 433
-, setting of, at liberty, 28, 433.

Murray (Murragh), James, 6th Earl of Tullibardine, issue to, 39.

-, John, captain, a Londonderry officer, restoration of, to half-pay, 80-81, 737
-, served during the whole war in Ireland, 737.

-, William, petition of, relating to forfeited lustrings, 187, 555, 605.

Murrow, William, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, drawn out to Tynemouth, arrears to, 469.

Muschamp
-, George, collector of Customs, Patuxent, Maryland, 660
-, Receiver of the Revenue, [Pocomac], Maryland, petition concerning his salary, 186, 536.

Muscovy. See Russia.

Musgrave
-, Christopher, Clerk of the Ordnance, fee to, 301
-, a Clerk of the Privy Council, salary to, 368, 418, 515, 663.

Myvod, [Roger], brigadier in the Second Troop of Horse Guards, 178, 506, 749.