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'Index of Persons and Places: M', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 21: 1706-1707 (1952), pp. 590-597. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90505 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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Macartney (McCartney), [George], brigadier, foot regiment of, 107, 244, 324, 361, 448.

Maccarty, Elizabeth, Countess of Clancarty, deceased, children of, annuity for, 161, 163.

Maccay. See Mackay.

Macclesfield, co. Chester, Mayor of, allowance to for a preacher, 96.

Mackay (Maccay), —, brigadier or major general, payment to, 391;

regiment of foot, state of pay, 385, 387.

-, Brid., royal bounty to, 374.

Macky, John, Post Office agent at Dover, contract for Flanders correspondence, 409–10, 414.

Madagascar, 354.

Madder, John, chief mate of the Worcester, executed, compensation for the life of, 405, 406.

Maddison, John, tidesman, Newcastle, dismissed, 136.

-, Thomas, Excise second riding collector of Beverley, ordered to Scotland, 273.

Maddocks (Madocks), Thomas, Cashier of the Bank of England, 38, 301.

Madeiras, The, ship of, 75;

wines, 75.

Madge, Elizabeth, funeral charge of, 374, 380.

Madocks. See Maddocks.

Madrid, Spain, 31.

Maentwrog, Nantwrog, in Ardudwy commote, co. Merioneth, tenement called Sychnant in, 67.

Maese, The. See Meuse.

Maffey, Count, Envoy from the Duke of Savoy, royal present to, 229.

Magney, Abraham, pension of the Duchess of Cleveland, 154–5.

Magny, Abraham, a Commissioner for licensing Hackney Coaches, 409.

Maiden, George, coastwaiter, London port, deceased, 312.

Maidston, Francis, Receiver General of Land Tax, co. Essex, petition of, 267.

Maine, George, of Edinburgh, Postmaster, petition of, 455.

Mainwaring. See Manwaring.

Maire, Daniel la, of Geneva, merchant, petition of, 210, 331.

-, Peter I', son of Daniel, 210.

Majorca, 338.

Majoribank. See Marjoribanks.

Malaga, Spain, 502.

Malet. [Baldwin], father of William, late Receiver General of Taxes, co. Somerset, 524.

-, William, petition for place as Receiver General of Taxes, co. Somerset, 524.

Malleroye, [James], lieutenant of Marines, 153.

Malthus, David, Apothecary to the Queen, 221.

Malton, co. York, Excise second riding collector of. See Brown, J.

Man, Isle of, poor ministers in, annuity or pension to, 376, 506.

Man, —, reversion of an annuity to, 508–9.

-, Jno., merchant, of Scotland, signatory to a petition, 370.

Manaton (Mannaton), Francis, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707, co. Cornwall, 184.

Manchester, co. Lancaster, 300.

Manchester, Earl of. See Montagu, C.

Manley, John, subcommissioner of Prizes in Plymouth port, 219, 249.

Mannaton. See Manaton.

Mansell, Barbara, wife of Francis, pension to, 298.

-, Charles, son of Francis, pension to, 298.

-, [Sir Edward], father of Sir Thomas, office of Chamberlain of South Wales etc., granted to by Charles II, 287.

-, Francis, captain, pension to, 298.

-, -, son of Francis, pension to, 298.

-, Sir Thomas, (afterwards Baron Mansell of Margam), Comptroller of the Household, petition of, 287;

lease of corn mills in the honor of Brecon, 171, 331.

Manwareing. See Manwaring.

Manwaring (Mainwaring, Manwareing, Maynwaring), Arthur, an Auditor of Imprests, 6, 23, 30, 31, 34, 36, 39, 59, 68, 110, 154, 167, 272, 280, 325, 337, 376, 392, 393, 458, 475.

-, Dame Elizabeth, executrix of Roger Whitley, petition of, 279.

-, Hartsworth, seizing ships and goods, 94.

Mar, Earl of. See Erskine, J.

Marchais, Benjn., captain, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 71.

Marchmont, Earl of. See Hume, P.

Mareschal, Jean, captain, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 71.

Maret, Guilliaume, captain, French pensioner on the Irish Establishment, 72.

Margate, co. Kent, 121, 168, 319.

Maria, Anthoine la, major, French pensioner on the Irish Establishment, 71.

Marialva, Marquis de, Councillor of State to the King of Portugal, 89.

Marin, Gideon la, major, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 71.

Marjoribanks (Majoribank), James, of Edinburgh, petition and depositions of, 294, 363.

Marlborough (Marlbro), Countess Dowager of. See Ley, Margaret.

-, Duchess of. See Churchill, Sarah.

-, Duke of. See Churchill, J.

Marlbro. See Marlborough.

Marriott, Edward, purser of the Seymour, 209.

-, Thomas, Clerk of the Pleas in the Exchequer Court, 62, 374.

Marsh, Narcissus, Archbishop of Armagh, acting Lord Justice of Ireland, 313.

Marshall, Edward, clerk in the office of the Accountant for Prizes, 129.

-, Richard, Master of the Private Stud to William III, salary, 455.

-, William, payment to, 321.

Martin, James, estate of Judith Nezereau, 341.

-, Walter, Queen's ratkiller, 450.

Marvand, Jean, ensign, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Marwitz, —, colonel, regiment of, state of pay, 385, 387.

Marwood, Samuel, clerk to the Treasurer of the Navy, 292.

Maryland, Province of, 412, 430.

chaplain going to. See Milne, F.

citizens of appointed as Commissioners to enquire of embezzlements of Prizes, 318.

Council, President of, misapplication of money by, 354.

Fines and Forfeitures, of small value, 355.

General Assembly, Act of for lading ships, 151.

Governor of, 412;

appointed a Commissioner to enquire of embezzlements of Prizes, 318;

misapplication of money by, 354–5. See also Blakiston, [N.]

Governor, Council and General Assembly of, address from, 299, 354.

magazines, supply of, 354.

prizes taken into, 108, 412.

provisions bought in by the Victualling Office, 355.

Receivers of, 355.

schoolmaster for. See Bitton, J.;

Walker, R.

tobacco, duty on. 299, 354, 355.

Mascall, John, petitions of, 191;

et al., petition of, 358.

-, Margaret, widow of John, petition of, 191.

Mascarene, Paul, ensign, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Masham, —, Mrs., lodgings at Kensington, 501.

Mason, Charles, Receiver, Paymaster and Treasurer for Transports, 10, 11, 16, 18, 25, 45, 52, 54, 87, 111, 151, 163, 197, 296, 379, 401, 441, 475.

-, Hugh, Collector, Hull port, chosen as Commissioner of Customs, Scotland, 258.

-, John, late Receiver General, co. Cambridge, debts of, 54, 55, 105.

Massachusetts, Massachusetts Bay, accomptant, 203, 205.

accounts, abstract of, 200–1, 203–5.

Assembly of, 203, 204;

Acts of, 205.

Assessments, 203.

Bills of Credit, 203, 204.

Castle, fortifications, 204;

commissioner for. See Prattle, T.;

officers and soldiers, allowances to, 204;

provisions etc. for, 204.

Castle Island, 204.

Collector at. See Brenton, J.;

Jekyll, J.

Commissioner. See Pain, —.

companies of foot at, 204.

contingencies, 205.

Council of, 203.

erecting a regular Post in, 282.

Essex county in, impost receipts, 204.

fines, 203.

forts and garrisons, provisions for, 204.

General Court, 204.

Governor of, 204;

salary, 204.

gunpowder for, 205.

hire of ships at, 204.

impost duties, 203.

Lieutenant Governor, salary, 204.

Middlesex, county of, impost receipts, 204.

Plymouth, colony of, erecting a regular Post in, 282.

poll taxes, 203.

present to the Indians, 205.

Revenue, accounts, 203–5;

Treasurer and Receiver General of. See Taylor, J.

Suffolk, county of, impost receipts, 204.

trade with the Eastern Indians, 204.

Massey, Richard, waiter and searcher in Chester, surveyor, waiter and searcher of Fowey, 381–2.

Massiloi, Jean, captain, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 71.

Massinger, John, Customs surveyor at Greenwich, 110.

Massuguiere, Carlot, lieutenant, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Masuel (Mazuel), David, ensign, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 71, 281.

Mathew (Mathewes, Matthew), William, colonel of the Coldstream regiment of Guards, 327.

-, Sir William, Commander-in-Chief of the Leeward Caribbee Islands, 188;

Governor in Chief of the Leeward Islands, 216.

Mathie, John, skipper in Preston Pans, petition of, 319.

Matucot, A. de. See Matvyeev.

Matvyeev, Andrei Artomonovich (A. de Matucot), Ambassador from Muscovy, wines of, 289.

Maule, Robert, going as chaplain to a plantation, royal bounty for, 176.

-, Thomas, a trustee for Edward Griffith, 117.

Maurice, Peter, tidesman, Newcastle, 136.

Mauries, Jean, ensign, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Mawd, Thomas, tidewaiter on the river Clyde, 515.

May, Sir Algernon, Keeper of the Records in the Tower, 211.

Maynard, —, distributor of stamped paper etc. city of York, 213.

Mayne, Covill, captain, commander of the Carcass, 338.

Maynwardy Castle [?Manorbier Castle], co. Pembroke, manor of, 287.

Maynwaring. See Manwaring.

Maysent, Jeremiah, collector of subsidies in Booking, prosecuted, 519.

-, John, prosecuted for fraud at Booking, 316.

Mazuel. See Masuel.

McCalley, Alexander, master of the Unicorn, 415.

McCarthy alias McCarthymore, Dame Sarah, jointure lands, 117.

McCartney. See Macartney.

McHenzie, Roderick, of Applecross, petition of, 461.

McLoad, Alexander, tidesman at Lewis, 476.

Mead, John, deputy paymaster [in Spain], 15, 16, 322, 489.

Meadows, Sir Philip, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Emperor of Germany, 136, 149;

a Commissioner of Trade, 60, 372, 506, 517.

-, Robert, Agent for Droits and Perquisites of Admiralty at Harwich, payment to, 421.

Meath, Earl of. See Brabazon, E.

Meaux, co. York, [abbey], book of, 444.

Medcalfe, Francis, surveyor or land-surveyor at Liverpool, preferred to be Collector of Southampton, 146, 189.

Medina, Sir Solomon de, contract for bread and waggons, 171, 187.

Mediterranean, The, 144, 268, 425.

Medlycott, —, 368.

Meese, Eliz., royal bounty for, 526.

Meester, John, petition of, 108.

-, William, father of John, buying machine vessels etc., 108.

Mekense, John, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Bedford, 101.

Melcombe Regis, Melcomb Regis. See Weymouth.

Melier, Caesar, captain, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 71.

Mellefont, James, storekeeper to the Commissioners for Prizes, 243.

Mellish, John, Agent for Droits and Perquisites of Admiralty at Portsmouth, payment to, 421;

moiety of a seizure of money, 404.

Melon, Daniel, lieutenant, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 71.

-, Jaques, lieutenant, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Melonière, [Isaac] de la, colonel or major general, pension for, 118;

foot regiment of, 123, 125.

Menai, Menay, River, lease of Llanidan and Tal-y-foel and Southcrook, alias Aber Menai ferries over, 94, 209–10, 422.

Mentlay, Mal., merchant, of Scotland, signatory to a petition, 370.

Mercade, Benj., lieutenant, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 71.

Mercier, François, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 70.

Meredith (Meredyth), John, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Denbigh, 102.

-, [Thomas], colonel, [foot] regiment of, 178, 179, 486.

Merioneth, county of, Chief Justice of. See Hook, J.;

Peisley, W.

lease of lands etc. in, 67.

Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Caswell, J.

second justice of. See Gwyn, M.;

Harvey, S.;

Jessop, W.

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Gwillim, T.;

Jones, W.

Meriton, Henry, Cashier of Excise, 164, 243.

Merret, Christopher, payment to, 321.

Merry, Anthony, et al., merchants, petition of, 188.

Methuen, John, Ambassador, 77, 178;

Ambassador at Lisbon, 121, 425;

Ambassador to the King of Portugal, 193, 304, 429;

Ambassador Extraordinary to the King of Portugal, 162, 485.

death of, 193, 194, 304;

executors of, payment to, 162, 304, 485;

letter of, 346;

payment to, 68.

-, Paul, Ambassador to the King of Portugal, 193, 194;

Ambassador Extraordinary to the King of Portugal, 141, 161, 413;

Envoy Extraordinary to the Duke of Savoy, 162, 304;

Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Portugal, 304, 413;

payment to, 67.

Meuse, Maese, The, 143, 270.

Michelborne (Mitchelbourne), [John], colonel, [foot] regiment of, 124.

Middle Park. See Hampton Court.

Middlesex, county of, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Fazakerley, Sir W.

Receiver General of Taxes for, 429.

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Allen, J.;

Lowndes, F.;

Twissleton, J.

-, -, See also Massachusetts Bay;

Virginia.

Middleton, Alexander, master of the Eagle, 430.

-, Francis, master of the Elizabeth, 363, 415.

-, Walter, late collector of Salt duties at Milford, petition of, 323, 340, 481;

Customer of Milford Haven, 438.

Milbourne, Charles, Secondary in the Office of the Pipe, 168.

Mildmay, Charles, 18th Baron Fitzwalter, security for Nathaniel Rich, 531.

Miles, [Thomas], lieutenant of Marines, 153.

Milford Haven, co. Pembroke, 147, 189.

Agent for Prizes at. See Courtney, W.;

Thomas, W.

collector of Salt duties at. See Middleton, W.

customer of. See Middleton, W.;

Price, A.

Dale in, tidesman and boatman at. See Knethell, W.;

Thomas, J.

salt imported at, 323.

surveyor of, 323.

Mill, Alexander, merchant, of Scotland, signatory to a petition, 370.

-, John, expenses of a prosecution, 228, 459.

Millart, Roger, clerk to the Agents for Taxes, 67, 156, 228, 340, 473.

Miller, Giles, tidesman and boatman at Starcross in Exeter port, 189.

-, John, captain, order assigned to, 79.

Milliard, John, tidesman and boatman at Tenby, 147.

Millner. See Milner.

Milne, Francis, clerk, going to Maryland as chaplain, passage money, 473.

Milner (Millner), John, Consul at Lisbon, 193.

-, Thomas, Excise third riding collector of Leeds, ordered to Scotland, 273.

Milward, Clement, administrator of J. Vickers, petition of, 229, 334–5.

Minas, Marquis das, bills of, 15, 141, 324;

Portugal troops under, issues for, 99, 132, 322, 378.

Minehead, co. Somerset, collection of, debt to the Crown on the, 279;

see also Webber, F.;

Wolstenholme, T.;

landwaiter in. See Putham, M.;

Rushton, D.

Miremont, Marquis de, expedition to assist the Duke of Savoy, 41, 405, 409;

waste lands in co. Lincoln, 120.

Mitchelbourne, See Michelborne.

Mitchell, Alexr., merchant of Scotland, signatory to a petition, 370.

-, Sir David, Gentleman Usher Black Rod, 61, 165, 336, 372, 421, 507.

Mocha [?Mokha], Arabia, 474.

Mocquett, —, Mr., lodging the Muscovy Ambassador, 422.

Moel-y-don. See Llanidan.

Mohun, Charles, 4th Baron Mohun, foot regiment of, embarkation of, 83, 90, 114, 360.

in Ireland, 83, 116, 360.

lately arrived from Spain, 360.

officers of, from Spain, subsistence for, 427.

raising men for, 360–1.

subsistence for, 427, 480.

Moinandue, Alcuide, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Mokha. See Mocha.

Molié, Etienne, lieutenant, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 71.

Molineux (Mollineux, Mollyneux), Francis, clothier, Army accounts, 123–5.

-, Nathaniel, estate of, sale of, 243.

Mompovillan. See Montpouillan.

Moncal, Andre, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Monck, (Monk, Monke), —, captain of the Katherine, 321.

-, Charles, collector of quit rents, Ireland, 197.

-, Christopher, 2nd Duke of Albemarle, conveyance of Mote Park, 230, 442.

-, [John], lieutenant in the Marine regiment of Sir C. Shovell, 153.

-, Richard, tidesman, London port, 100.

Monckton, Robert, a Commissioner for Trade, 517.

Monmouth, county of, quit rents, 226;

Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Caswell, J.;

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Taylor, Jonathan.

Monpinson, Jean, ensign, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Montagu (Montague), Charles, 4th Earl of Manchester, Ambassador Extraordinary to France, 151, 517.

Ambassador Extraordinary to the Republic of Venice, 151 bis, 152, 517.

Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard to the late King, 167–8.

grant of plate to, 517.

Secretary of State to the late King, 167–8.

-, -, Baron Halifax, attending the Treasury, 1, 12, 21;

Auditor of the Receipt, 12, 23, 35, 39, 87, 103, 135, 140, 157, 196, 266, 300, 316, 331, 400, 527.

-, Christopher, a former Auditor of the Receipt, 400.

-, George, warden and chief forester of Salcey Forest, petition of, 185;

payment to, 239–40.

-, -, of Horton, grandfather of George, grant of warden etc. of Salcey Forest, 190, 239–40.

-, Sir James, Solicitor General, 32, 247, 415, 428, 510.

-, Ralph, Duke of Montagu, Master of the Great Wardrobe, 175, 272, 412, 446, 502.

Montandre (Montaudre), —, regiment of, 448.

-, Marquis de, journey from and to Valencia, payment for, 8, 115.

Montgomery, county of, second justice of. See Lovell, Sir S.;

Pockling-ton, J.;

Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Powle, C.;

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Francis, S.

Montgomery (Montgomerie), Francis, of Giffen, a Lord Commissioner of the Treasury and Exchequer of Scotland, 363.

-, Hugh and James, merchants in Glasgow, incorporated as The New Sugar Company, 463, 464.

-, James, See Montgomery, Hugh.

-, John, a Commissioner of Excise for Scotland, 261, 282, 402.

-, -, outpensioner, Chelsea Hospital, 119, 377.

Montpouillan (Mompovillan), Marquis de, regiment of Horse, state of pay, 385, 387, 390.

Montrose, co. Forfar, Customs establishment at, 487;

tidesman at. See Thin, J.

Montrose, Duke of. See Graham, J.

Montserrat, Commissioner of the Four and a Half per cent. duty at. See Andrews, P.;

Norwood, J.

citizens of, appointed as Commissioners to enquire of embezzlement of Prizes, 318.

Governor of, appointed a Commissioner to enquire of embezzlement of Prizes, 318.

Lieutenant Governor of. See Hodges, A.

Moody, James, a deputy auditor, 30, 34, 192, 347, 359, 401.

-, John, captain, commanding a company at Newfoundland, 56, 314, 382–3.

Moore (Moor, More), —, a Scotchman, despatched to Newport Glasgow, 366;

proposed as a Riding Surveyor, 367.

-, -, officer of the revenue in Ireland, petition for employment in Scotland, 254.

-, Arthur, a Comptroller of the Accounts of the Army, resigns, 28, 29, 483.

-, Daniel O'Sullivane, petition of, lands called Tomes [? Tomies] in co. Kerry, 210.

-, George, shop keeper, acting Comptroller at Arundell, petition of, 422;

to be Collector of Berwick, 439.

-, Horatio, Keeper of Her Majesty's Tennis Courts, 62, 165, 375, 419, 510.

-, Hugh, of Jeaninich, petition of, 461.

-, [John], bonds of the East India Companies, 49. See also Page, Gregory.

Mordaunt, Viscount. See Mordaunt, J.

Mordaunt, Carey, Countess of Peterborough, bill of, 99;

memorial of, 328.

-, Charles, 3rd Earl of Peterborough and Earl of Monmouth, at Genoa, 3, 14.

Ambassador Extraordinary to Charles III, King of Spain, lately intended embassy as, 187, 282.

bills of, 3, 14, 15, 36, 69, 85, 88, 99, 126, 131, 132, 143, 315, 322.

chaplain to. See Friend, —.

chests of arms of the King of Portugal used by, 411.

Forces under in Spain, deputy commissary of musters of. See Pitt, J.;

deputy paymaster of. See Vincent, H.

lease of Curry Mallet park etc., 328.

letter from the Lord Treasurer concerning, 15–16;

letters to, 193.

loan by, 322.

physician to. See Hebburne, —.

regiments in Spain under, 163.

royal bounty to, 187, 282.

soldiers sent home by the order of, 194.

-, Elizabeth, wife of the 1st Viscount. Mordaunt, 328.

-, Harry, brigadier or major general, [foot] regiment of, clearings, 270, 271, 465, 490.

clothing etc. for, 155, 244, 324.

in Jersey and Guernsey, 383.

levy money, 448.

pay, 107.

respits, 337, 413.

subsistence for, 83, 96, 154, 195, 219, 288, 325, 378, 417, 441, 465, 490.

Treasurer and Paymaster of the Ordnance, 62, 85, 192, 230, 241, 246, 297, 356, 423, 448, 481.

-, Henry, 2nd Earl of Peterborough, park of Curry Mallet devised to, 328.

-, -, Conservator of Dean Forest, issues for, 62, 375.

-, John, 1st Viscount Mordaunt, grant of the park of Curry Mallet, 328.

-, -, Lord Mordaunt, [foot] regiment of, 244.

More. See Moore.

Moreclose. See Chopwell.

Moreland, John, tidesman and boatman in Whitehaven, 237;

deceased, 480.

Morgan, Richard, going to the Mint in Scotland, 354 bis.

Morocco, Ambassador from, 120.

companion to, present to, 291.

goods of, duties and charges on, 208.

interpreter to, present to, 291.

lodgings for, 108, 266, 513.

secretary to, present to, 291.

slaves of, clothing for, 291.

stay at Plymouth, entertainment, 518.

Emperor of, Ambassador from, attendant to. See Jones, J.

present of cloth etc. to, 425.

-, See also Fez.

Morpeth, co. Northumberland, Excise riding collector of. See Stockdale, C.

Morphew, —, publisher of the Rehearsal, taken into custody, 316.

-, Francis, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Norfolk, 101.

Morris (Morrice), —, 531.

-, Charles, sheriff of co. Leicester, debit on accounts, 344.

-, Henry, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Suffolk, 102.

-, Thomas, 15.

deputy paymaster at Lisbon, 250, 379, 528.

deputy paymaster in Catalonia, 111.

deputy paymaster in Spain, 139.

deputy paymaster of the forces of the King of Portugal, 77, 178. 429.

letters to, 12.

remittance to, 55.

Mory, Robert, coastwaiter, London port, 459.

Moscovy. See Muscovy.

Moses, —, captain of the Henrietta yacht, 402.

Mostyn, Sir Roger, bailiff of the town of Flint, 173.

Mote Park. See Windsor—Great Park.

Moult, Francis, executor of Richard Hunt, petition of, 500.

-, -, et al., patent for smelting black tin ore into white tin, 515.

Moulton, co. Lincoln, 120.

Mountjoy, Viscount. See Stewart, W.

Mounts Bay, co. Cornwall, 229;

agent to the Lord High Admiral in. See Kergwin, R.

Mountstephens (Mountsteven, Mountstevens), John, subcommissioner for Prizes in Plymouth port, 219, 249.

Muffit, Thomas, waiter and searcher at Billingham, dismissed, 381.

Mulder, —. clerk of the [Dutch] Foot Guards, 384, 387.

Munday (Mundy), —, captain, 355.

-, Hugh, outlaw, lands of in Shalbourne, 486.

Mundy. See Munday.

Munet, Cosme de, captain, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 70.

Munster, [Bishop of], Convention with. 179;

Troops of, pay for, 179.

Murragh, —, captain, to be restored to halfpay, 531.

Murray, Adam, colonel, lieutenant colonel in Lord Charlemont's regiment, 171.

-, Mary, widow of Adam, allowance to, 171.

-, Richard, refuses commission as riding officer at Inverness, 472.

Muscovy, Moscovy, Ambassador, goods bought and hired for, 336;

lodgings for, 513. See also Matvyeer, A. A.

Czar of, Ambassador from, goods of, 273;

wrought plate belonging to, 489.

Ambassador Extraordinary to. See Whitworth, C.

letter on vellum to, 446.

letters from, 446.

Musgrave, Christopher, Clerk of the Ordnance, 62;

a Clerk of the Privy Council, 62, 164, 376, 418, 507.

-, Sir Christopher, sons of, recompense to for loss of tolls under the Treaty of Union, 241, 245.

-, George, son of Sir Christopher, loans by, 241, 245, 481.

-, Joseph, son of Sir Christopher, payment to, 27;

loans by, 241, 245, 481.

-, Thomas, son of Sir Christopher, loans by, 241, 245, 481.

Mylor, co. Cornwall, 306.