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'Index of Subjects: M', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 21: 1706-1707 (1952), pp. 678-680. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90522 Date accessed: 24 October 2014.


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Machine vessels, 108.

Maids of Honour. Sec Royal Bedchamber.

Malt, duties on. See Excise—duties;

lottery. See Lotteries.

Maltsters, fined, 76;

frauds committed by, 196;

petition of, 520.

Manors, named

Camrose.

Carnedon Prior.

Chopwell.

East Molesey.

Elsternwick.

Emlyn Dyffryn Brian.

Fitling.

Flint.

Flinton.

Greenwich, East.

Havering atte Bower.

Hitchin.

Humbleton.

Maynwardy Castle [?Manorbier Castle].

Newark.

Pallace [?Pallas].

Pembroke.

Pembroke, East.

Pembroke, West.

Penkelly.

Preston.

Roose.

St. Ishmael's.

Tenby St. Florence.

Thornton.

Trevennen alias Tremaynon.

Whitley.

Wingham.

Manslaughter, person convicted of, estate of, forfeited and restored, 82.

MARINES

clothing for, 31.

detachment of, left at Gibraltar, medicines for, 499.

effective men set on shore and mustered, pay for, 138.

muster rolls, 233.

mustering of, upon coming in of any ships, 82.

musters, of the two late regiments, Commissary of (Sir T. Knatchbull), 276.

officers, of regiments broke in 1698, pay for, 289.

on shore, subsistence to, issue for, 284.

Paymaster of (W. Whitfield), 499;

account of money sent out to Spain demanded from, 522;

issues to, 8, 12, 16, 110, 155, 233, 275, 283, 342, 381, 489, 525.

private men, pay for, 381.

recruits for, issues for raising, 275, 525.

regiments, 90;

wages, issue for, 32.

(late First Regiment under the Marquess of Carmarthen):

chirurgeon to (R. Cony), 401.

clothes for, account of demanded, 279.

disbanded, 401.

lieutenants of, dead and surviving, names of and pay due to, 153, 155, 287, 412.

(late Second Regiment under Sir C. Shovell):

demanded, 279.

lieutenants of, dead and surviving, names of and pay due to, 153, 155, 287, 412.

(Colonel Borr's), companies of, issues for, 108, 284.

(Colonel Churchill's), detachment with Earl Rivers' expedition, issue for, 155;

Captain Adams' company in, pay for, 108;

issues for, 108, 138.

(Major General Seymour's), issues for, 108, 283.

(Lord Shannon's), issues for, 108, 284.

(Colonel 'Wills'), issues for, 108, 283, 489.

set on shore, subsistence to, issues for, 108, 233, 489.

subsistence for, issues for, 16, 138, 155.

sundry companies of, issues for, 233.

wages for, issue for, 25.

Marks. See Coins.

Marriages, Births and Burials, duties on (as by 8–9 Wm. III, i. 20), arrears of, Receiver of, 192.

receipts from, for distribution to Deficient Funds, 74, 104, 134, 150, 174, 199, 238, 274, 310, 348, 398, 424, 447, 469, 497, 522.

Receivers General of (J. Andrews, W. Faussett), 437, 509.

Receivers of, to pay salaries of the surveyors and agents for Taxes employed in getting in arrears, 102.

Masks. See Queen's Masks.

Masons, 253;

petition of, 277.

Master Gunner. See Ordnance.

Masts, for the Navy, 253, 290.

Mattresses, 247.

Maundy, issue for, 228.

Measures. See Weights.

Medals, gold and silver, 86;

healing. See Healing.

Medicines, delivered at Gibraltar, 499;

for the Army, 195, 227;

for the servants of the Household, 221;

for the servants of the Stables, 221.

Merchants, delivery of prize brandy to, 396.

hemp contracts of, 508, 513.

of Bristol, 147, 160, 254, 396.

of Dartmouth, 519.

of Edinburgh, 254, 255, 319, 363.

of Glasgow, 498.

of Liverpool, 87, 331.

of London, 66, 75, 84, 95, 106, 138, 279, 307, 323, 357, 443, 497, 499, 527.

of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 474.

of Russia, 51, 491, 503.

of Scotland, 51, 369–71, 415–6, 435, 495–6.

of York, 382.

petition of, 526.

seamen, wages of, deduction

from for Greenwich Hospital, 78.

trading to Portugal, Italy and Spain, petition of, 337, 345–6.

Messengers. See Chamber, The;

Commons, House of;

Queen's Messenger;

Taxes, Agents for.

Mews. See Royal Mews and Stables.

Milk skillett, for the Queen, 104.

Million Adventure or Lottery. See Lotteries.

Mills, lease of, 223;

water corn grist, 171.

See also Mint Moneyers.

Milreis. See Coins.

Ministers, Foreign, attendance on, 426;

French, at Wapping, payment to, 532;

French, licensed to perform divine service, 210;

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

MINT, THE

Act (4–5 Anne, u. 9), 97, 419.

Assaymaster, approves of a method of smelting black tin ore into white tin, 515.

bookkeeping, 350, 351, 353.

bullion, fineness of, 264.

clerk (R. Morgan), to be sent to Edinburgh, 351, 353, 354.

coal used in, not to be had in Scotland, 492.

coinage, rules for, to be transmitted to Scotland, 263.

Coinage Duty. See Customs—duties.

coining, art of, apprentices, 97.

Comptroller of (J. Ellis), 86, 97, 263, 264, 353, 419, 423, 492.

copper for, petition for sending, 482.

Country Mints, money made in, distinguishing mark on, 263.

dies, 263.

German steel used in, 263.

gold and silver bars, mills for, 263.

gold moneys of Great Britain, draft for, approved by the Privy Council, 253;

new trial pieces, 36;

standard trial pieces for Scotland, 38.

gravers of, liberty to make medals, 86.

Indenture, 263, 264, 266, 426.

Master and Worker of (Sir I. Newton), 86, 263, 264, 353, 364, 419, 423, 492;

issue to, 161;

payments by, 97, 309;

petition of, 426;

report by, 97;

to attend the trial of the Pyx, 343.

Masters of the two Mints [English and Scotch], indented trial

pieces for, 264.

melting, copper added to silver for supplying waste of allay by fuming, 492.

money, for England and Scotland, to be made from the same puncheons, 263;

of the two Mints, distinguishing mark for, 265;

trial of before delivery, 264. See also Mint gold; Mint silver.

Moneyers of (R. Collard, H. Haley, T. Seabrook), allowances to, 97, 419;

apprentices to, 97;

cast rollers lent to at 10s. a day, 263;

mills remaining in the hands of, 263;

numbers of, reduced from 21 to 16, 97;

payment to, 97;

Provost of, 97;

sent to the Mint in Scotland, 351, 354 bis.

Office, 353.

Officer (Principal) of, 26, 209, 351, 418, 467, 482, 489, 491, 492, 515, 516, 524;

reports by, concerning the Mint in Scotland, 26, 227, 263–4, 354, 492;

tin consigned to Amsterdam by, 22, 514;

to attend the trial of the Pyx, 343;

to meet the noblemen of Scotland, 32, 284.

Pyx, trial of, 264, 343, 364, 426, 446, 492.

re-coinage, mills used in, cost of, 263.

repairs of, 97.

report from, concerning the coinage at Edinburgh and trial of the Pyx there, 264.

reports, to the Lord Treasurer concerning continuing the Mint in Scotland, 263–6.

rollers, cast, for the Mint in Scotland, 263;

lent at l0s. a day, 263;

secret of making, 263.

-, hammered, cost of, 263.

salaries, 97, 419.

silver moneys of Great Britain, draft for, approved by the Privy Council, 253;

new trial pieces, 36;

standard trial pieces for Scotland, 38.

sixpences, shillings, half- crowns, crown pieces, proportion of each coined from silver, 264.

Surveyor of the meltings, new house for, 419.

to make 2 standard piles of Troy weights, 266.

trial pieces, indented, 263, 264.

Warden of (Sir J. Stanley), 86, 97. 209, 263, 264, 266, 353, 419, 423, 492.

Wardens of the two Mints [English and Scotch], indented

trial pieces for, 264;

to make two piles of standard Troy

weights, 264.

weights, sets of, for Scotland may be provided for in the Tower, 263.

-, Scotland. See Index of Persons and Places Edinburgh;

Scotland.

Moletaker, 303.

Money, attempted export of, reward for preventing, 401.

being taken to Holland, seizure of, 403.

English, seized in a ship's cabin, petition against, 80;

shipped for transport, seizure of, 107.

seizure of, 404.

sent out to Spain, account of demanded, 522.

taken from the master of a Norwegian ship, 429.

taken on board a Spanish ship, whether considered as prize, 277.

-, See also Mint—gold; Mint—money; Mint—silver.

Mutiny and desertion, Acts of, 294.