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'Index Of Subjects: M', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 20: 1705-1706 (1952), pp. 1121-1133. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=84899 Date accessed: 29 July 2014.


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Mad House, in Clerkenwell, 696.

Magistrate, Civil, in co. Kent, assisted by dragoons in hindering export of wool and importation of silks, 688.

Maids of Honour. See Royal Household.

Mails. See Post Office—letters, mails or post.

Malt
-, charged by the lump, 15
-, duties on. See Excise—duties, on malt.

Malt Lottery. See Lotteries.

Malted Corn. See Corn.

Manors, 137, 148, 174, 177, 188, 212, 225, 232, 241, 370, 402, 413, 422, 450, 489, 509, 521, 564, 571, 574, 575, 580, 586, 637, 641, 647, 654, 667, 670, 674, 680, 681, 705, 713, 747, 760, 763.

capital messuages or mansion houses, 450, 637, 647, 670
-, release of repairing covenant, 238, 262, 299.

court roll, copy of, 179, 353.

Courts Baron, 704.

Courts Leet, 704, 763.

divers, in co. Somerset, 210, 736.

encroachments in, 489.

lands in Ireland to be created into, 704.

rents of, not accounted for, 564
-, petition concerning loads of hay granted among, 202, 675.

stewards of, 174, 521
-, appointments of, 194, 204, 370, 573, 643, 654
-, grant by, 353
-, not accounting for rents, 564
-, salary of, 573
-, surrender of stewardship, 209-210, 736.

See also Index of Persons and Places—Askrigg
-, Barnsley cum Dodworth
-, Barrow
-, Barton
-, Berkhampstead
-, Bray
-, Broomfleet
-, Bucklawren
-, Caradon
-, Castlelough
-, Catterick
-, Cave
-, South
-, Chopwell
-, Clewer
-, Cookham
-, Curry Mallet
-, Egham
-, Eton
-, Goxhill
-, Gready
-, Hampton Court
-, Havering atte Bower
-, Hunters Manor
-, Marden alias Maverden
-, Newark
-, Newhall
-, Pallas
-, Richmond, co. Surrey
-, Rostellan
-, Staughton
-, Stratton on the Foss
-, Thornton Bridge
-, Tickhill
-, Tinten
-, Trevennen
-, and Woodstock.

Manslaughter, pardon for, petition for, 698.

Marine Regiments

raising of, rumour of, 9.

Earliest Regiment (Colonels the Duke of York and Prince George of Denmark) [1664]—

accountancy for, 8.

called the Duke of York's Maritime Regiment of Foot and afterwards styled Prince George of Denmark's Marine Regiment, 7.

disbandment of, 7.

establishment of, 7.

for garrison duty rather than sea service, 7.

on the Army establishment, 8.

pay for, 8.

Two Old (Late, Original or First and Second) Marine Regiments [1690]—

accountancy for, 8.

agents to, 8, 144, 334.

captains of, accounts of, 334.

clothiers. See Clothiers,

clothing. See Clothing.

colonels of, 7
-, account of, 334
-, contract for clothing, 248.

disbandment of, 7, 8.

establishment of, 7.

incorporated into Colonel T. Brudenell's Regiment of Marines, 7.

lieutenants or subaltern officers of, accounts of, 116, 144, 334
-, petition of, 186.

men of, number of, 7.

[musters, deputy commissary of] (E. Douglas), petition of, 103.

officers of, half pay establishment, 8.

on the Navy establishment, 8.

pay for, 8, 248.

pensioner drawn out to, from Chelsea Hospital, 469.

sentinels of, pay of, stop on, 248.

[1] First Marine Regiment (Colonels the Earl of Torrington and the Marquess of Carmarthen)—

accountancy for, 8.

agents to, 8, 144, 334.

captains of, accounts of, 334.

clothier of (R. Cordwent), 248.

clothing for, 248.

colonels of (Earl of Torrington, Marquess of Carmarthen), 7
-, account of, 334.

disbandment of, 7, 8.

establishment of, 7.

incorporated into Colonel T. Brudenell's Regiment of Marines, 7.

lieutenants or subaltern officers of, accounts of, 116, 144, 334
-, petition of, 186.

men, number of, 7.

officers of, half pay establishment, 8.

on the Navy establishment, 8.

pay for, 8, 248.

sentinels of, pay of, stop on, 248.

[2] Second Marine Regiment (Colonels Lord Berkeley, H. Killigrew, Earl of Pembroke, Sir C. Shovell)—

accountancy for, 8.

agents to, 8, 144, 334.

captains of, accounts of, 334.

clothiers to (R. Cordwent, H. Cornish, Sir S. Evans), payments to, 248, 675
-, relief of, Act for [4-5 Anne, private, no. 12], 675.

clothing for, 248, 675.

colonels of, 7
-, account of, 334
-, contract for clothing, 248.

disbandment of, 7, 8.

establishment of, 7.

incorporated into Colonel T. Brudenell's Regiment of Marines, 7.

lieutenants or subaltern officers of, accounts of, 116, 144, 334
-, petition of, 186.

men, number of, 7.

officers of, half pay establishment, 8.

on the Navy establishment, 8.

pay for, 8, 248.

sentinels of, pay of, stop on, 248.

Four Marine Regiments [1698]—

accountancy for, 8, 11.

agents to, 8.

clearings for, 11.

disbandment of, 8, 11, 12.

establishment of, 7.

hostile vote upon, in Parliament, 8.

men of, clearing of, 11.

not in existence for a year, 8.

officers of, clearing of, 11
-, half pay for, 8.

on the Navy establishment, 7, 8, 11.

pay for, 8
-, Act providing for (9 Wm. III, c.10), 8.

three of them formerly Regiments of Foot, 7, 8
-, the fourth incorporating the Old First and Second Marine Regiments, 7.

[1] (Colonel T. Brudenell)—

accountancy for, 8.

agent to, 8.

disbandment of, 8.

establishment of, 7.

hostile vote upon, in Parliament, 8.

not in existence for a year, 8.

officers of, half pay for, 8.

Old First and Second Marine Regiments incorporated into, 7.

on the Navy establishment, 8.

pay for, 8
-, Act providing for (9 Wm. III, c. 10), 8.

[2] (Colonel W. Seymour)—

accountancy for, 8.

agent to, 8.

disbandment of, 8.

establishment of, 7.

formerly a Regiment of Foot, 7, 8.

hostile vote upon, in Parliament, 8.

not in existence for a year, 8.

officers of, half pay for, 8.

on the Navy establishment, 7, 8.

pay for, 8
-, Act providing for (9 Wm. III, c. 10), 8.

See also Army—Regiments, Foot, [7].

[3] (Colonel E. D. Colt)—

accountancy for, 8.

agent to, 8.

disbandment of, 8.

establishment of, 7.

formerly a Regiment of Foot, 7, 8.

hostile vote upon, in Parliament, 8.

not in existence for a year, 8.

officers of, half pay for, 8.

on the Navy establishment, 7, 8.

pay for, 8
-, Act providing for (9 Wm. III, c. 10), 8.

See also Army— Regiments, Foot, [16].

[4] (Colonel H. Mordaunt)—

accountancy for, 8.

agent to, 8.

disbandment of, 8.

establishment of, 7.

formerly a Regiment of Foot, 7, 8.

hostile vote upon, in Parliament, 8.

not in existence for a year, 8.

officers of, half pay for, 8.

on the Navy establishment, 7, 8.

pay for, 8
-, Act providing for (9 Wm. III, c. 10), 8.

See also Army—Regiments, Foot, [19].

Six Marine Regiments [1702]—

accountancy for, 8, 11-12.

accoutrements, 453.

agents to, 8, 282.

at Gibraltar, 7, 8, 13, 152, 201, 249, 327, 544.

bedding for, 265.

bounty for, 7, 249.

captains of, companies of, 13, 14, 15, 246
-, petition of, for share of bounty for assisting in the capture of a French ship, 246
-, wounded at Gibraltar, allowance to, 152, 327, 544.

clearings for, 13, 50, 61, 126, 223, 518, 584.

clothiers. See Clothiers.

clothing. See Clothing.

colonels of, companies of, 13, 14, 15
-, payments to, 282.

companies of, 2, 12, 13, 14, 15, 223, 246, 282, 584.

establishment of, 2, 8, 12, 223.

instructions for the better government of, 12.

issues for, 11, 29, 42, 59, 575.

levy money, 282.

lieutenant colonels of, companies of, 13, 14, 15.

lieutenants of, killed at Gibraltar, petition of widow of, for pension, 201
-, who perished in the Resolution, petition of widow of, for balance of accounts, 179, 491.

majors of, companies of, 13, 14, 15.

men of—

in action at Gibraltar, bounty money for, 7, 249.

number of, 5000, as provided by the estimates for 1704, 9
-, increased to 8000 in the estimates for 1705, 9
-, to be taken from the 40000 seamen for the Navy, February, 1701-1702, 9, 10.

on board Sir G. Rooke's squadron which captured Gibraltar, 12, 13, 14, 15.

on board the Medway, assisting in the capture of a French ship, 246.

on shore, subsistence to, 1, 223, 350.

ordered upon the expedition to Spain under Earl Rivers, subsistence for, 91, 707.

muster rolls, 2, 12, 13, 126, 223, 282, 547.

musters, 8, 13.

officers of, extension of the rules of the Navy to cover, 327, 544
-, on shore, subsistence to, 223, 350
-, ordered upon the expedition to Spain under Earl Rivers, subsistence to, 91
-, raising recruits, 51, 282, 526.

offreckonings for, 2, 61, 161, 223, 453, 547, 584.

on board Sir G. Rooke's squadron which captured Gibraltar, 12, 13, 14, 15.

on board the Medway, assisting in the capture of a French ship, 246.

on board the Resolution, 179, 491.

on shore, 1, 223, 350.

on the Navy establishment, 8, 10, 11.

ordered upon the expedition to Spain under Earl Rivers, 91, 707.

pay for, 8, 13, 51, 252, 282, 526
-, Acts authorising (2-3 Anne, c. 17), 12-13, (4-5 Anne, c. 12), 13.

Paymaster of (W. Whitfield), 2, 40
-, accounts of, 11-12, 122, 282, 290
-, appointment of, 11
-, imprests or payments to, by the Treasurer of the Navy, 1, 2, 8, 12, 22, 29, 40, 42, 50, 51, 59, 61, 91, 223, 252, 282, 290-291, 333, 350, 408, 486, 489, 518, 526, 575, 583, 707, 757
-, memorials of, 2, 91, 123, 190, 547
-, petitions referred to, 126, 179, 265, 491.

raising of, 9, 10.

recruits, 2, 51, 223, 282, 526.

respits, 2, 123, 223, 282, 291, 333.

shipped on board the Fleet, and brought home from foreign parts without regard to regimental units, 12.

subsistence for, 1, 22, 40, 50, 61, 91, 223, 282, 350, 408, 486, 489, 518, 584, 707, 757.

under the control of Prince George of Denmark, the Lord High Admiral, 2, 12, 282.

[1] (Colonels [T.] Pownall and T. Saunderson)—

accountancy for, 8.

agent to, 8, 282.

captains of ([T.] Bedford, [G.] Buston, Sir W. Mansell, [G.] Ord, [W.] Palleser, [D.] Ward), companies of, 14.

clearings for, 584.

colonel of, payments to, 282.

companies of, 14,282, 584.

establishment of, 8.

levy money, 282.

lieutenant colonels of ([U.] Brereton, [T.] Pownall), companies of, 14.

muster, 8.

muster rolls, 282.

officers of, raising recruits, 282.

offreckonings for, 584.

on board Sir G. Rooke's squadron which captured Gibraltar, 14.

on the Navy establishment, 8.

pay for, 8, 282.

recruits, 282.

respits, 282, 291.

subsistence for, 282, 584.

under the control of Prince George of Denmark, 282.

[2] (Colonels A. Lutterell and G. Villiers)—

accountancy for, 8.

agent to, 8, 282.

captains of ([T.] Adams, [F.] Blynman, [J.] Devereux, [P.] Docton, [R.] Hodge, [W.] Piggott, E. Tynte, [J.] Warr), companies of, 13, 14, 15, 246
-, petition of, for share of prize bounty for assisting in the capture of a French ship, 106, 148, 246.

clearings for, 584.

colonel of (A. Lutterell), company of, 15
-, payments to, 282.

companies of, 13, 14, 15, 246, 282, 584.

establishment of, 8.

levy money, 282.

lieutenant of (D. Winter), who perished in the Resolution, petition of widow of, for balance of accounts, 179, 491.

major of ([G.] Blakeney), company of, 15.

muster, 8.

muster rolls, 282.

officers of, raising recruits, 282.

offreckonings for, 584.

on board Sir G. Rooke's squadron which captured Gibraltar, 13, 14, 15.

on board the Medway, assisting in the capture of a French ship, 246.

on the Navy establishment, 8.

pay for, 8, 282.

recruits, 282.

respits, 282, 291.

subsistence for, 282, 584.

under the control of Prince George of Denmark, 282.

[3] (Colonels [J.] Borr and E. Fox)—

accountancy for, 8.

agent to, 8, 282.

at Gibraltar, 13, 201.

bedding for, 265.

captains of ([A.] v[an] Alphen, [F.] Foulkes, [R.] Kemp, [R.] Mullins, [J.] Stewart, [J.] Wildbore), companies of, 14, 15.

clearings for, 126, 584.

clothiers of (H. Emmett, J. London), 112, 126, 265.

clothing for, 126, 265.

colonel of, payments to, 282.

companies of, 13, 14, 15, 282, 584.

establishment of, 8.

levy money, 282.

lieutenant of (E. Atkinson), killed at Gibraltar, petition of widow of, for pension, 201.

lieutenant colonel of ([J.] Borr), company of, 14.

major of ([R.] Cobham), company of, 14.

muster, 8.

muster rolls, 126, 282.

officers of, raising recruits, 282.

offreckonings for, 584.

on board Sir G. Rooke's squadron which captured Gibraltar, 14, 15.

on the Navy establishment, 8.

pay for, 8, 13, 282.

recruits, 282.

respits, 282, 291.

subsistence for, 282, 584.

under the control of Prince George of Denmark, 282.

[4] (1) (Colonel H. Mordaunt)—

accountancy for, 8.

agent to, 8, 282.

colonel of, payments to, 282.

companies of, 282.

establishment of, 8.

levy money, 282.

muster, 8.

muster rolls, 282.

officers of, raising recruits, 282.

on the Navy establishment, 8.

pay for, 8, 282.

recruits, 282.

respits, 282.

subsistence for, 282.

under the control of Prince George of Denmark, 282.

See also Army—Regiments, Foot, [32].

[4] (2) (Colonel W. Seymour)—

accountancy for, 8.

agent to, 282.

at Gibraltar, 13.

captains of ([W.) Bissett, [M.] Kempenfelt, [T.] Saville), companies of, 13, 15.

clearings for, 584.

clothier of (P. Gery), 112, 451.

clothing for, 451.

colonel of (W. Seymour), company of, 13
-, payments to, 282.

companies of, 13, 15, 282, 584.

levy money, 282.

lieutenant colonel of (H. Rooke), company of, 13.

major of ([E.] Purcell), company of, 13.

muster rolls, 282.

officers of, raising recruits, 282.

offreckonings for, 584.

on board Sir G. Rooke's squadron which captured Gibraltar, 13, 15.

on the Navy establishment, 8.

pay for, 8, 13, 282.

recruits, 282.

respits, 282, 291.

subsistence for, 282, 584.

under the control of Prince George of Denmark, 282.

See also Army—Regiments, Foot, [7].

[5] (Colonel H. Holt)—

accountancy for, 8.

accoutrements, 453.

agent to, 8, 282.

at Gibraltar, 13, 152, 327, 544.

captains of ([P. S.] Dalem, [G.] Harrison, J. Henley, [P.] Lisle, [J.] Manley, [E.] Morrison, [H.] Rodney, [J.] Wilson), allowance to, of a year's pay, 128, 327, 544
-, companies of, 14
-, petition of, 128, 152, 327
-, wounded at Gibraltar, 152, 327, 544.

clothier of (B. Baylies), 161, 453.

clothing for, 453.

colonel of (H. Holt), company of, 14
-, payments to, 282,

companies of, 13, 14, 282.

establishment of, 8.

levy money, 282.

major of ([H. Lawrence), company of, 14.

muster rolls, 282.

musters, 8, 13.

officers of, raising recruits, 282.

offreckonings for, 161, 453.

on board Sir G. Rooke's squadron which captured Gibraltar, 14.

on the Navy establishment, 8.

pay for, 8, 13, 282.

recruits, 282.

respits, 123, 282, 291, 333.

subsistence for, 282.

under the control of Prince George of Denmark, 282.

[6] (Colonel Viscount Shannon)—

accountancy for, 8.

agent to, 8, 282.

at Gibraltar, 13.

captains of ([H.] Bradshaw, [H.] Carter, [J.] Hutton, [S.] Lennard, [W.] Massam, [J.] Thompson, [St. J.] Webb, [C.] Williams), companies of, 15.

clearings for, 584.

colonel of, payment to, 282.

companies of, 13, 15, 282, 584.

establishment of, 8.

levy money, 282.

lieutenant colonel ([T.] Markham), company of, 15.

muster, 8.

muster rolls, 282.

officers of, raising recruits, 282.

offreckonings for, 584.

on board Sir G. Rooke's squadron which captured Gibraltar, 15.

on the Navy establishment, 8.

pay for, 8, 13, 282.

recruits, 282.

respits, 282, 291.

subsistence for, 282, 584.

under the control of Prince George of Denmark, 282.

Mariners. See Seamen.

Markets, in Ireland, petition for, 704.

Marks. See Coins.

Marriages, 94, 128, 276, 414, 450, 571, 576.

Marriages, Births And Burials. duties on—

arrears of, 599.

deficiency of, applications of revenue to, 231, 263, 300, 348, 378, 405, 425, 458, 489, 525, 556, 589, 611, 631, 651, 682, 707
-, cleared, 728.

frauds in, discovery of, 739.

loans and tallies on, clearing of register of, 727, 728.

place in, petition for, 681.

receipts from, distribution of, to Deficient Funds, 231, 263, 300, 347, 378, 404, 425, 458, 489, 525, 556, 589, 611, 630, 651, 682, 707, 727, 750, 769
-, surplus of, after clearing loans and tallies, 727.

receivers general of, 184.

appointments of, 370, 430, 754
-, petitions for, 312, 349, 430, 599, 754.

payments by, 227, 234, 396, 430, 454, 458, 461, 546, 552, 555, 571, 615.

securities of, 312, 349, 370, 430, 599, 754.

surveyors of, 227, 234, 314, 396, 430, 454, 458, 461, 546, 555, 571
-, appointments of, 227, 314, 396, 430, 454, 461, 462, 546, 571
-, dismissed, 396
-, general, 462, 546, 552
-, salaries of, 227, 234, 396, 430, 454, 458, 461, 546, 552, 555, 571, 615.

Marshalsea. See Prisons and Gaols.

Marshland. See Lands—Crown.

Mart, letters of, 635, 657.

Mason. See Works and Buildings—master mason.

Masters

in Chancery. See Chancery, Court of.

Master General of the Ordnance. See Ordnance.

Master Gunner of England. See Ordnance.

of the—

Barges. See Barges, Queen's.

Ceremonies. See Ceremonies.

Children of the Chapel Royal. See Chapels—Royal, children of.

Great Wardrobe. See Wardrobe, Great.

Hawks. See Hawks.

Horse. See Royal Mews and Stables.

Jewel House. See Jewel House.

Mint. See Mint.

Music. See Music.

Revels. See Revels.

Robes. See Robes.

Setting Dogs. See Dogs.

Stud. See Royal Mews and Stables.

Tennis Courts. See Tennis Courts.

of Trinity House. See Trinity House.

Mathematical Boys, King's, at Christ's Hospital, annuity for, 52, 538.

Mattresses (Matrice)—

for—

housekeeper at Kensington Palace, 320
-, lodgings at Hampton Court of the first physician to the Queen, 318
-, Queen's service at Windsor, 364.

fustian, 364.

quilt, 572.

satin, 364.

See also Beds and Bedding.

Meal, for Army in Ireland, 280.

Measures. See Weights and Measures.

Meat, butcher's, purveyor of. See Royal Household—purveyors to.

Medals

for—

Lord Chamberlain, 364
-, master of transport ship, 512.

gold, 364, 512.

healing medals. See Healing Medals.

See also Mint—medals.

Medicines

Doctor of, 415.

for—

Army, 26, 66, 88, 203, 397, 602, 639
-, Royal Family, 628
-, servants of the Stables, 628.

See also Physic.

Meeting House, in Russell Court, fitting up of, as a chapel of ease, 17, 126, 332, 354.

Memoires
-, of l'Abbe de Guiscard, 93
-, of A. Mazel and E. Marion, 93.

Mercers
-, 760
-, wares of, delivered to the Robes, 638.

Merchandises
-, imported, duties on. See Customs—duties, Tonnage and Poundage (as by 3-4 Anne, c. 3)
-, importing or exporting of, packet boats prohibited from, by Act of Frauds (14 Car. II, c. 11), 532.

Merchants And Traders

correspondents of, in Holland, 244
-, in Spain, 760.

factors of, 39.

losses of, by fire, 442
-, by sea, 234, 442
-, during war, 415
-, through French plunder of Nevis, 762.

of (at, to, between, in or about)—

Antigua, 562.

Barbados (J. Wiltshire et al.), 182, 530, 541, 562.

Bristol (J. Bubb), 415.

Chester (R. Roodey), 297, 321, 563.

Dublin (J. Moore, P. Vatable et. al.), 179, 190, 214, 459, 529, 573
-, goods of, new crane for landing and shipping, 675.

Falmouth, 210, 706.

Genoa (G. Henshaw, J. Scudamore), 414, 554, 723
-, houses of, consigning to, of tin, 112.

Great Yarmouth, 496.

of (at, to, between, in or about)—

Hamburg (S. Free, F. Stratford), 188.

Hull, 742.

Jamaica, 168, 185, 454, 481, 562, 637.

Lancaster (R. Roodey, T. Westmore et al.), 133, 178, 297, 536, 545, 606.

Leghorn, 414
-, houses of, consigning to, of tin, 112.

Leiden (P. Changuion), 167, 178.

Liverpool (W. Clayton, S. Richmond, J. Tarleton), 167, 178, 462, 467, 493, 536, 545, 606.

London (J. Ainsworth, G. Ball, J. Barker, S. Barwick, J. H. Berenberg, W. Brook, W. Brown, J. Cheesley, J. Cross, J. J. David, W. Devereux, A. Dugard, Sir B. Firebrace, N. French, J. Gerard, — Glover, T. Grueber, G. Guishard, T. Guybon, E. Hall, C. Henshaw, R. Hoare, W. Hoe, W. Horsepool, H. Johnson, T. King, — Locke, — Marcett, J. Mascall, P. Meyer, M. Mitford, A. North, [J.] Oriott, M. Perry, J. Redout, H. Smith, W. Stocker, S. Thompson, J. Woodroffe et al.), 39, 57, 106, 127, 128, 135, 144, 145, 149, 152, 157, 162, 163, 173, 176, 177, 84, 192, 202, 203, 206, 221, 234, 235, 241-242, 244, 249, 251, 257, 260, 293, 294, 313, 318, 321, 335, 358, 376, 391, 404, 410, 422, 442, 443, 448, 449, 485, 494, 496, 497, 498, 506, 509, 519, 520, 527, 530, 535, 559, 563, 564, 617, 625, 639, 651, 663, 685, 703, 723, 741, 762, 765.

Montserrat, 562.

Morocco (— Packer), 539.

Nevis, 562.

New England, 520, 698.

Newcastle (M. Featherston), 442.

Rotterdam (R. Davies), 576.

St. Christopher (R. Clayton), 167, 462, 467, 493, 562.

York, 122.

of the Great Wardrobe, petition of, 155
-, poundage from, to the Clerk of the Great Wardrobe, 604.

payment to, to satisfy debts and clear accounts of Chelsea Hospital, 646.

securities or sureties of, 178, 297, 321, 536, 545, 563, 606.

trading or interested in—

agency for prizes at Genoa, etc. (G. Henshaw, J.Scudamore), 554-555, 723.

bills of exchange in France, Holland, England etc. (A. Saladin, J. A. Saladin), 39, 42.

calicoes (J. Jackson, P. Kettle), 509, 529.

cambrics (T. Grueber), 244.

citron (W. Brook), 202, 203, 639, 702-703.

clothing (J. Moore, R. Piddock, S. Pigou), 214, 266, 529, 573, 580, 584.

coal, 125.

credits for Allies (A. Saladin, J. A. Saladin, — Marcett), 39.

credits for Forces (Genoa merchants, G. Henshaw, Leghorn merchants, Sir S. de Medina, J. Scudamore, Baron Souasso et al.), 414, 724, 743, 760.

[currants] (T. Burrough, — Jamineau), 102.

Customs bonds (J. Cross), 206, 391.

elephants' teeth (W. Brook), 202, 203, 639, 702-703.

employment of collector of Customs etc., Boston, New England, 698.

English Episcopal Church at Rotterdam (R. Davies et al.), 576.

entering French goods from different countries, 285.

Excise debt (T. Brocas, T. Cornelius), 203, 593.

fishing, 496.

land in St. Christopher (R. Clayton, W. Clayton), 167, 462, 467, 493.

mails (Falmouth merchants), 210, 706.

Naval stores, New England, 520.

Navy victualling, 647.

trading or interested in—

oranges (A. Dugard, G. Guishard, J. Woodroffe), 335.

pirates' effects, in West Indies (J. Barker, W. Stocker), 741, 765.

privateers (J. Ainsworth, — Glover, T. King, J. Mascall, [J.] Oriott, P. Stephens et al.), 119, 132, 135, 144, 152, 173, 176, 221, 224, 235, 251, 257, 260, 293, 297, 318, 321, 376, 422, 485, 496, 497, 519, 563.

receivership of casual revenue, Barbados (J. Wiltshire), 530.

remitting subsistence to Forces in Jamaica, 143, 356.

rum (S. Barwick et al.), 651, 685.

ships and shipping (including prizes) (J. Ainsworth, G. Ball, J. H. Berenberg, M. Fetherston, W. Hoe, Jamaica merchants, H. Johnson, P. Meyer, M. Mitford, E. Pawson, R. Tryon, W. Tryon et al.), 127, 128, 130, 145, 168, 171, 173, 177, 185, 194, 210, 221, 294, 331, 358, 442, 448, 481, 482, 494, 509, 577-578, 637, 706.

silks (C. Henshaw), 443, 530.

sugar (Antigua merchants, Barbados merchants, W. Horsepool, Jamaica merchants, Montserrat merchants, Nevis merchants, St. Christopher merchants), 163, 182, 442, 541, 562.

tin (S. Free, Genoa merchants, Hamburg merchants, Leghorn merchants, F. Stratford), 112, 188.

tobacco (W. Brown, J. Bubb, N. French, W. Horsepool, A. North, S. Shepherd, H. Smith, P. Vatable et al), 57, 157, 162, 163, 179, 184, 190, 211, 404, 415, 442, 449, 459, 527, 663, 687, 722, 745, 762, 769.

trade between Ireland and France (— Lock), 617.

whale fins, 401, 640.

wines and brandies (including prize wines and brandies) (J. Ainsworth, J. Boit, T. Brooks, J. Cheesley, S. Creagh, J. J. David, W. Devereux, A. Dugard, Sir B. Firebrace, J. Gerard, G. Guishard, T. Guybon, E. Hall, J. Hellier, W. Horsepool, T. King, J. Mascall, E. Pawson, R. Roodey, C. Savage, S. Shepherd, P. Stephens, S. Thompson, J. Woodroffe et al.), 57, 106, 119, 132, 135, 144, 149, 152, 163, 166, 173, 176, 178, 184, 192, 194, 221, 224, 234, 235, 241-242, 249, 251, 257, 293, 297, 313, 318, 321, 335, 376, 410, 422, 442, 459, 485, 496, 497, 506, 519, 523, 535, 536, 545, 559, 563, 564, 577-578, 606, 625, 657, 712, 752.

wool (P. Vatable), 179, 190, 459.

woollen manufacture, 122, 149, 266, 415.

work by, at the Hospital in the Savoy, 679.

See also Adventurers
-, Artificers
-, Bankers
-, Blacksmith
-, Bookseller
-, Brewers
-, Bricklayer
-, Butchers
-, Carpenters
-, Carriers
-, Case Makers
-, Clothiers
-, Coopers
-, Cutlers
-, Distillers
-, East India Company
-, Embroiderers Company
-, Engravers
-, Goldsmiths
-, Hollow Sword Blades
-, Governor and Company for making
-, Jeweller
-, Joiners
-, Laceman
-, Laundress
-, Lightermen
-, Locksmiths
-, Mason
-, Mercers
-, Musical Instruments —maker of
-, Organ Builder
-, Painters
-, Plumbers
-, Printers
-, Publishers
-, Rat Killer
-, Scrivener
-, Shipwright
-, Shipwrights Company
-, Silkman
-, Smelters of Lead, Company of
-, Soapboiler
-, Stationers
-, Sword Cutler
-, Tallow Chandler
-, Tar Company
-, Taverner
-, Tinners
-, Tripeman
-, Upholsterers
-, Victualling House Keeper
-, Vintner
-, Watermen.

Messengers

in the Excise Office. See Excise —Office.

of the—

Chamber. See Chamber, The.

House of Commons. See Commons, House of.

Printing Press. See Presses— printing presses.

person in custody of, release of, 433.

serving orders by direction of House of Commons, reward to, 254.

to the Agents for Taxes. See Taxes, Agents for.

Mews
-, See Royal Mews and Stables
-, Stables.

Million Lottery. See Lotteries.

Mills

in Windsor Underore, working the water engine supplying Windsor Castle, purchase of, 491-492, 653.

water corn mills called Ock Mills, in Shippon, petition for lease of, 761.

water mills, in—

Brecon, 318
-, Cardinham, 241
-, Tallentire, 670.

wind oil mill, in Sculcoates, lease of third part of, 364.

See also Lands—Crown, buildings upon.

Milreis. See Coins.

Mines

in—

Askrigg, lease of, 571, 654
-, Dearham, lease of, 670.

lead, in co. York, 176.

Royal, in Ireland, disputes and controversies concerning, prevention of, bill for, 221-222
-, grant of, annuity in lieu of, 222.

Ministers

French Protestant. See Refugees, French.

of—

Allies, entertainment of, on the victories of Donauwörth and Höckstädt, 621
-, Chapel Royal. See Chapels— Royal
-, French Church at Wapping (L. de la Prade), 82, 735
-, hospital in the Savoy (S. Pratt), 597, 679
-, St. John's Harbour, Newfoundland (J. Jackson), 213, 681.

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

Mint

auditors of. See Imprests, Auditors of.

clippers, prosecuting of, charges for, 132.

Coinage Acts—

(18-19 Car. II, c. 5), 732
-, (4-5 Anne, c.9), 732.

coiners and counterfeiters, in cos. York, Durham etc., 115, 731
-, prosecuting of, charges of, 132, 283, 316, 731
-, rewards or payments for arrest of, 456, 745.

coining of—

farthings and halfpence, 118
-, gold from New England, 66, 504, 526, 604
-, silver produced by the Lead Smelters Company, 514, 627.

counterfeiters. See Mint— coiners and counterfeiters.

engravers (gravers) of (S. Bull, J. Crocker, H. Harris, G. Leclerc, J. Rotiers), annuity to, 231
-, privilege of, of making, framing and engraving all sorts of medals etc., petition concerning, 211, 215, 641
-, seals ordered from, petition for payment and payments for finishing etc., 168, 483, 620, 651
-, to make press for coining ducats for Elector Palatine, 257.

Fellows of. See Mint—Moneyers, Provost and Fellows of.

imprests for, out of Coinage Duty, 460, 732.

Master and Worker of (Sir I. Newton), 84
-, issue to, 460
-, report by, 504, 604
-, warrants to, 604, 627.

medals, making, framing and engraving of, petition concerning privilege of, 211, 215, 641.

money, change of, in 1696, 196
-, coins, gold and silver, certificate of standard of, with respect to weight and fineness, 73, 640
-, farthings and halfpence, coining of, 118
-, silver, coined from silver produced by Lead Smelters Company, stamping of, with a mark of distinction, 514, 627.

See also Money.

Moneyers, Provost and Fellows of ([? J.] Kemp et al.), allowances and salary, 215, 732
-, application of, for bill for 500l. per annum more for coinage expenses, 732
-, goods of, distress on, 361
-, petitions of, 104, 215, 732.

Officers (Principal) of, 73, 112, 118, 640, 729.

ancient privilege of, 361
-, petition concerning molestation notwithstanding that ancient privilege, 130, 144-145, 361.

memorial of, 129, 290.

petitions etc. referred to, 112, 149, 155, 168, 188, 207, 215, 253, 363, 641, 643, 657, 730, 732.

reports from, on petitions etc., 104, 105, 113, 118, 119, 122, 171, 207, 215, 257.

warrant to, 257.

plate, standard of, for fineness, certificate of, 73, 640.

porter of (R. Dallow), habitation of, in Martin Tower, Tower of London, 207, 657
-, petition of, for allowance in lieu of habitation, 207, 657.

press for coining ducats for the Elector Palatine, 119, 257.

Provost of. See Mint—Moneyers, Provost and Fellows of.

Pyx, trial of, 73, 640.

seals, petitions for payments for, 168, 483, 643.

tin. See Tin.

Warden of (B. Overton, Sir J. Stanley), accounts of, 136, 145, 739.

clerk to (R. Weddell), charges of, in prosecuting counterfeiters, 283, 316
-, letter and petition of, 121, 122.

expenses of, in prosecuting coiners in cos. York, Durham etc., petition for, 731.

leave of, required before officers of the Mint enter into suits, etc., 361.

memorial or petitions of, relating to coiners and counterfeiters, 115, 132, 731.

Warden etc. of, petitions referred to, 483, 514
-, warrant to, 526.

Worker of. See Mint—Master and Worker of.

Miqueletts [Spanish irregulars], clothing for, 692.

Models, for cabinet at St. James's Palace, 430.

Molasses
-, exportation of, from Plantations to foreign markets, abuses in, 259
-, remedy provided by Act (7-8 Wm. III, c. 22), 259.

Moletaker, New Park, Richmond (H. Badger), salary to, 309, 666.

Monastery, dissolved, of St. Mary, York, stones from, for rebuilding church of St. Olave, 134, 297.

Money

Bank money of Hamburg, 79, 664, 753.

Crematt Money. See Crematt Money.

English—

copper money, no want of, in any part of England, 104
-, petition for patent for coining, 118.

counterfeit, 641.

exchange equivalence with— Irish money, 6
-, New York money, 500, 555, 558.

in specie, for use of Forces in Spain, 541.

lost, in—

the country etc. 129
-, shipwreck, 564.

shipped for exportation, Order in Council concerning, 460
-, seizures of, 140, 151, 166, 179, 360, 390, 459, 460, 612.

foreign, for Forces, 57-58, 60, 87, 93, 579, 583, 724.

Head Money. See Head Money.

Hearthmoney. See Hearthmoney.

Irish, or in Ireland, exchange between, and English money, 6
-, scarcity of, 459.

Jamaica money, 296.

New England money, 497.

New York money, 237, 344, 500, 555, 557, 558, 603
-, exchange equivalence with English money, 500, 555, 558.

passage money. See Passage Money.

prize money. See Prizes— money.

salvage money. See Admiralty.

secret service money. See Secret Service.

short allowance money to seamen. See Navy—Victualling.

Spanish money, in iron chest taken from the sea near Jamaica, 274, 296-297.

See also Coins
-, Exchange, rates of
-, Exchequer Receipt
-, Mint.

Moneyers. See Mint.

Moor, employed by emissary to Morocco, to attend French consuls and advise of events, 539.

Mops, for—

Groom of the Vestry, 298
-, House of Commons, 254.

Mortality, weekly bills of, III.

Mourning Expenses, of English Envoys Extraordinary, 345, 346, 347, 568, 621, 622.

Mules, in Morocco, payments for, 540.

Mum, duties on. See Excise—duties, on malt.

Murders
-, by sheriff of co. Mayo, 771
-, of Excise gauger, 166, 461
-, person outlawed for murder, 334.

Music, Master of, allowance to, for writing compositions on birthdays etc., 298.

Musical Compositions, 298.

Musical Instruments

kettle drums, 298.

maker of (J. Walsh), allowance and payments to, 298, 386, 731.

organs, building of, issues for, 155, 374.

stringing, mending and keeping of, in good order, 298, 386, 731.

Musician. See Chapels—Royal.

Muskets. See Arms and Ammunition.

Muslins. See Silks—wrought.

Mutiny Acts. See Parliament—Acts of, concerning, Army.