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Mabson, Thomas, 29, 82.

Macclesfield, Earl of. See Parker, George.

-, town annuity for a preacher, 121, 140, 263, 401, 428, 582, 609; town, 206, 211, 215.

Mac (Mc, M').

McAdam, Thomas, 44.

McAulay, Daniel, 459.

Maccallum, Nevil, 128.

McCleland (McLellan), Roderick, 152, 459.

McCracan, Patrick, 145.

McCulloch (McCulloh), Henry, 500, 501, 626.

-, James, 459.

McDonald, Alexander, 449.

Macfeild, Benjamin, 284.

Mackgill, James, 11.

-, Lord, claim to title of, 11.

McGill, John, 632.

Mackay, George, 3rd Lord Reay, pension to, 107, 427.

-, James, 153, 459.

-, William, Reverend, 240.

McKay, Neil, 456.

McKeachran, George, 456.

McKellar, Patrick, 153.

McKenzie, George, 459, 631.

-, John, 631.

Mackerell, Thomas, 457.

McKie, James, 623.

-, William, 145.

Mackworth, Herbert, 209, 214.

-, John, 277.

McLachlan, Alexander, 145.

-, Colin, 452.

McLean, James, 148.

McLennan, Alexander, 287.

McLellan. See McCleland.

McLeod, John, 626.

Mac Mahone, Hugh, 429.

Macmichael, John, 288.

Macmillan, Alexander, Secretary to the Commissioners for Law Fees for Scotland, 33, 123.

McNeale, Captain Henry, 232.

McNeil, John, 50, 239.

McPhail, John, 632.

McQueen, John, 623.

Macqillichoan, Alexander, 628.

McSwiney, Owen, 633.

Macunchael, John, 288.

McVicar, Reverend John, 552.

McViccar, Niel, his Majesty's almoner in North Britain, 334, 437.

Madeira, 226, 384, 392.

Madgwick, Edward, Sheriff of Sussex, 415, 572, 601.

Madocks (Madockes, Maddockes), Thomas, Cashier of the Bank of England, 92, 364, 406, 435, 474, 542, 610; Paymaster of the 3 per cent. annuities at the Bank, 542; Receiver of the 1731 Lottery, 412.

Madrid, 215, 370, 411, 517, 570.

-, consul at. See Spain.

Maestricht (Windsor), planting trees at, 501, 558.

Magenis (Magnus), Felix, 50, 149, 152.

Magier, John, 340.

Magnus See Magenis.

Mahew. See Mayhew.

Mahomet Weyanuma, Chief Sachem of the Mohegan Indians, 311.

Maids of Honour, 6.

Maidstone gaol, 65.

Mails. See Dues, Feudal.

Main, Charles, 164 (see Mein).

Maine, John, 533.

Mainwaring. See Maynwaring.

Maison Dieu, Dover, 539.

Maisters, Henry, Receiver of the rents of the manors of Mulgrave and Seaton, 194, 195, 237, 319, 336, 362, 550.

Maitland, Charles, 6th Earl of Lauderdale, a Commissioner of Police, Scotland, 108, 120, 130, 141, 250, 263, 400, 410, 428, 442, 580, 593, 594, 607, 617.

Malaga, 63, 310, 492, 517.

Malden, James, 460.

Maldon port (Essex), 146, 151, 162, 302, 451, 457, 459.

Mall, The, deputy keeper of. See Duke of St. Albans.

Mallors, James, 93, 207, 214.

Malton, Earl of. See Watson-Went worth, T.

MALT (ENGLAND).

-, duty, 104.

-, -, accounts of, 70, 220.

-, -, arrears, 317.

-, -, deficiency of, 70, 214, 306, 369, 587.

-, -, Exchequer bills on. See Exchequer bills.

-, loans on. See Loans:

-, -, (SCOTLAND), 78, 264, 379.

-, -, -, surplus of, devoted to improvements, 324, 431, 467.

Malverne. See Tipping, John.

Malyn, Thomas, Sheriff of Kent, 418, 431.

Man, Isle of, annuity to ministers of, 108, 121, 130, 140, 228, 251, 263, 269, 401, 413, 427, 442, 451, 565, 568, 580, 593, 606, 618.

-, -, -, bishop of. See Wilson, Thos.

-, George, 459.

Manaton, Mr., 314.

Manby, John, Receiver-General for part of Lincoln, 111, 113, 133.

Manchester, 164.

-, College, visitation of, 80.

-, Duke of. See Montagu, William.

Mander, Thomas, 212, 234, 235.

Manley, John, 289, 338, 386.

-, Mr., 171, postmaster, Ireland.

Mann (see Man), Thomas, [chamber keeper] of the Treasury Office, 143, 247, 258, 268, 280, 324, 339, 407, 420, 434, 446, 576, 591, 604, 620.

-, William, 151.

Manners, John, 3rd Duke of Rutland, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, 286.

-, William, styled Lord William Manners (? 2nd son of John, 2nd Duke of Rutland), a gentleman of the Bed-chamber, 103, 116, 405, 549, 565, 571.

Manning, Bartholomew, 154.

-, Francis, pension to, 478, 513.

-, Robert, Solicitor and Correspondent to the Revenue Commissioners, Ireland, 15, 83; certificator of lottery tickets, 85, 360.

Manningtree (Essex), 214.

Mansfield, Francis, 66.

Mansuer, Roger, 38.

Mantera silk. See Silk.

Manure, patent concerning, 345, 4634.

Manwaring. Robert, Cashier of Salt Revenues, 458.

Maple, William, Keeper of the new Parliament House, Dublin, 65.

Mar, Earl of. See Erskine, John.

Mara and Mondren forest, co. Chester, 95, 216.

Marazion (Cornwall), 454.

Marblehead, New England, 154, 285.

Marchant, William, 151.

Marden, Robert, 208.

Margate, 450.

Margerum, John, 632.

Margetts, John, 599.

Marie Perreine. See Ships.

Marker, Thomas, 285.

Market Place. See Streets.

Market of the King's Household, Clerk of. See Royal Household.

Marlborough, 94.

-, family, loans on land tax, 338, 339.

-, Duchess of, Churchill, Sarah.

-, Duke of, Spencer, Charles; Churchill, John.

Marlow, James, 415.

Marriages, Receivers of, 46. See Dues, Feudal.

Marriot, James, Surveyor of House Duties for Northants, 38, 151.

-, Richard, 624.

Marsay, seignior de. See St. George, A. L.

Marseilles, 292, 293, 543, 586.

Marsh, John, 146.

-, Mr. 255, 276.

Marshal. See Earl Marshal.

Marshall (Marshal), Charles, 633.

Marshall, George, 283.

-, James, 148.

-, (Marshal), Mr., 255, 276.

-, (-,), Nicholas, 453, 454.

-, William, payments to, for special services to his Majesty, 125.

-, -, 601.

Marshland (Norfolk), 624.

Martin (Marten), Bendall, Secretary to the Excise Commissioners, England, 175, 176, 287.

-, (Martyn), Benjamin, Secretary to the Trustees for Georgia, 40, 547.

-, Elizabeth, 596.

-, John, 154, 185, 415.

-, Leonard, payments to, for special services to his Majesty, 345, 437, 489.

-, Richard, 459.

-, Thomas, 2nd Justice of Carnarvon, Merioneth, and Anglesea, 404, 440, 573.

Martyn. See Martin.

Martyn Worthy (Hampshire), 373.

Marybone Street. See Streets.

-, Manor and Park, 90, 95, 205.

Maryland, 159, 285, 433, 456, 609, 626.

-, transhipping felons to (see Forward, Jonathan), 122, 243, 261, 340.

Mascall, Thomas, 615.

Mascaro, Bartholomew, 496.

Mash, Charles, 79.

Masham, Abigail, Lady Masham, Bedchamber woman to Queen Anne, 328, 430.

-, Samuel, 1st Baron Masham of Otes, King's Remembrancer in the Exchequer, 97, 109, 128, 239, 249, 270, 401, 402, 414, 443, 569, 595, 619; Cofferer of Queen Anne's household, 328.

Maskelyne, Edmund, a Clerk in Lord Harrington's Office, 168.

Mason to the Works. See Kent, W.; Dubois, N.

Mason, Charles, 155.

-, Henry, 566.

-, Hugh, 566.

-, John, Master of his Majesty's barges, 231, 385; Keeper of the King's royalty of Swans on the Thames, 327, 329.

-, -, Mayor, 311.

-, Mary, 92.

-, -, Peter, 151, 153.

-, Samuel, 311.

-, Thomas, 458.

-, William (of Essex), 88, 92.

-, -, a waterman of Lambeth, 92.

-, -, (Aberdeen), 162.

Massabeky, John, his Majesty's interpreter of the Oriental languages, 10, 182; royal bounty to, 390.

Massachusetts Bay, council of, 59.

-, -, French encroachments in, 526.

-, -, governor of, Belcher, J.

-, -, House of Representatives, 59.

-, -, policy of colony of, towards Nova Scotia, 492.

-, -, trade of, condition of, 60.

Master of the Buckhounds. See Royal Buckhounds.

-, Carpenter of the Works. See Gill, W.; Kent, W.

-, of the Ceremonies. See Ceremonies.

-, General of the Ordnance. See Ordnance.

-, of the Great Wardrobe. See Wardrobe.

-, -, -, Hawks. See Royal Hawks.

-, -, -, Horse. See Horse.

-, Mason to the Works. See Kent, W.; Dubois, N.

-, of Mechanics. See Mechanics.

-, of the Mint. See Mint.

-, -, -, Robes. See Robes.

-, -, -, Rolls. See Rolls.

Masterman Henry, King's Clerk in the Crown Office, 108, 129, 249, 270, 414, 443, 595, 619.

Masters in Chancery. See Chancery.

Matthew (Mathew), Job, 231.

-, (Matthews), CoL William, Captain General and Governor-in-Chief of the Leeward Islands, 12, 105, 116, 134, 144, 248, 259, 271, 280, 446, 463.

Mathews, John, Clerk of the Market of the King's Household, 54.

-, -, Sheriff of Warwick, 252, 267.

-, -, Sheriff of Worcestershire, 430.

-, -, tidesman, 171, 286.

-, (Matthews), Julius, 452.

-, (-,), Ormond, 634.

-, William, 149, 288, 290.

Maxwell, David, Surveyor-General of Customs, S.W. Scotland, 148.

-, George, 631.

-, James, 565.

-, William, 363, 384, 459, 630; pension to, 107, 427, 565.

-, -, Deputy-Auditor in North Carolina, 284.

May, Richard, 284.

-, Thomas, payments to for special services to his Majesty, 404.

Mayes, Robert, 596.

Mayhew, James, 537, 551, 557, 565, 567.

Maynard, Grey, Yeoman of his Majesty's Removing Wardrobe, 304, 322, 378, 510, 513.

-, John, 468.

Maynwaring, Lieut. Thomas, 248.

Mead, duties on, account of, 366.

Mead, Matthew, 151, 516, 633.

Meadows (see Medows), William, 16.

Measures. See Boll, Bushel, Winchester bushel.

Meaux Monastery (Yorks), 64.

Mechanics, Master of. See Smith, Robert.

Mediterranean, 161.

Medlycott, Jacob, 439.

-, Thomas, a Commissioner for Taxes, 425, 619, 629.

Medows (see Meadows), Sir Philip, Knight Marshal, 86; a Comptroller of Army Accounts, 220, 494, 541, 604, 614, 618.

Meelbaum, John, 461.

Meier, Mr., Private Secretary to his Majesty, 375, 377.

Mein, Charles, Examiner of the duties on wine and currants, 149, 151, 354 (see Main).

Meirop, Isaac Krijch van, 65.

Meldrum, John, 632.

Mellish, William, Treasurer's Remembrancer in the Exchequer Court, 129, 273, 444, 619.

Memoranda Roll, 634.

Memorial Book, 544.

Menis (Nova Scotia), 525.

Menzies, Sir Robert, of Menzies, 85, 216.

Meols (Cheshire), 625.

Mequinez, 48, 126, 135.

Mercadal (Minorca), 496.

Merchant, William, 147.

Meredith, Evan, senior and junior, Surveyor of House duties, Co. Cardigan, 554, 556, 630; distributor of stamped paper, Radnor, 288.

-, James, 563, 568.

-, John, Receiver of Land-tax, 26.

-, -, junior, Receiver-General of House duties for North Wales, 68, 69.

Merioneth, 539.

-, Justices of, 436, 440, 454, 573.

-, Receivers-General of, 545.

Merit, John, 373.

Merrett, Solomon, 310.

Merriton, Mr., 92.

Merrywhether, Richard, 333.

Mersea Island, 285, 454.

Messenger (messengers) of the Chamber. See Jones, John.

-, (-,) of the Press. See Press.

-, (-,) in Ordinary to his Majesty (including foreign messengers), 8, 18, 219, 230, 292, 324, 351, 490, 497.

Messias, Abraham, 244.

Metcalfe, Richard, 634.

-, Thomas, 392, 535, 543.

Metham, Thomas, 148. See Motham.

Mews. See Royal mews.

Meyer, John, 551.

Middle Temple, 283, 284.

Middlesex County (see St. Giles's), 25, 83, 86, 89, 95, 126, 224, 282, 288, 372, 454, 545, 550, 556, 560, 567.

-, -, Land tax, arrears on, 169.

-, -, Justices of Peace, affair of, 321.

-, -, Sheriffs and Under-Sheriffs of. See London and Middlesex.

Middlethorpe (Co. York), 229, 364, 366.

Middleton, Col. (Brig.), regiment of, 207, 307, 412.

-, George, goldsmith, of London, payments to for incidents for the Commissioners of Police, Scotland, payments to for special services to his Majesty, 7, 15, 104, 107, 118, 130, 135, 142, 197, 202, 252, 256, 262, 271, 278, 313, 400, 410, 411, 427, 442, 490, 570, 580, 583, 593, 597, 606, 617.

-, John, 146, 405.

-, Robert, 145.

-, (Myddleton), William, 290, 539.

-, Sir William, 298, 513.

-, Lord. See Willoughby, Francis.

Midford, John, 566.

Midland Circuit, 50, 132.

Midleton, Alexander, 214.

-, Viscount. See Brodrick, Alan.

Milby, Nathaniel, 282.

Mildmay, Benjamin, 1st Earl Fitz-Walter, a Commissioner of Trade, 125, 423; Treasurer of his Majesty's Household, 386.

Mile End, Bow; Mile End, Old Town, Stepney. See Streets.

Miles, Henry, 70, 457.

Milford Haven, 101, 151, 153, 286, 468, 623, 629, 630, 631.

Military aid to Excise and Customs officers. See Smugglers (assistance).

-, contingencies (Ireland). See Contingencies.

-, establishment. See Army, Ireland.

Mill Bank. See Streets.

Miller, Andrew, 623.

-, Charles, 285.

-, Hugh, 285, 623.

-, James, 68.

-, Thomas (mariner), 530.

Million loan. See Salt.

-, lottery. See Lotteries.

Mills, Sarah, 418.

Milne, John, 152.

-, (Miln), William, 285, 288.

Milton (Kent), 69.

Milton's Lodge, Windsor Forest, 68.

Mil ward, Samuel, Chief Gardener at St James's and Kensington, 502, 514, 561; Custodian of the Treasury Office garden, 167.

Mines, leases of, 86, 93, 205.

-, royalty on, 220.

Mingo, William, 151.

Ministers, royal bounty to, for passage to the Plantations. See Passage money.

Minorca, 293, 474, 508, 586. See St. Philip's Castle, Port Mahon.

-, bedding for troops in, 99, 501, 504, 505, 506, 558, 603.

-, contractor for salt provisions for, Gilman, J.

-, exchange rate with. See Exchange.

-, forces estimates, 61, 204, 356.

-, forwarding letters to and from. See Whatley, G.

-, garrison contingent accounts, 517, 519.

-, Governor of, Kane, Rich.

-, grievances of inhabitants, 495, 496. See Pinfold, Col.

-, his Majesty's chapel in, plate for, 67.

-, Jurats of, 344, 345, 496.

-, improvement of, 496.

-, Lieut. Governor of, Anstruther, Philip; Handasyde, Roger; Montagu, Edward; Pinfold, Col.

-, packet boat, 293.

-, physician. See Molesworth, C.

-, provisioning, 489. See St. Philip's Castle.

-, revenues, 508, 543, 610.

-, -, payments out of, 54, 175, 293, 436, 501, 505, 506, 543, 586.

-, -, receiver of, Finch [Henry], 506.

-, -, state of, 501, 505.

-, subsistence money for troops in, remittance of, 43, 55, 60, 160, 166, 172, 181, 190, 197, 297, 313, 319, 337, 347, 352, 470, 478, 487, 498, 500, 513, 522.

-, tithe, Receiver of his Majesty's revenue of. See Ruby, Antonio.

-, -, royal decimos of corn and wine, Col. Pinfold's action concerning, 344, 345, 474.

Minors, Thomas, his Majesty's goldsmith, 112, 126, 244, 267, 277, 406, 438, 487, 581, 612.

Minos (Mynors), Robert, Sheriff of Hereford, 244, 266.

MINT, THE (LONDON). See Diminishing guineas.

-, -, Assaymaster. See Haynes, H.

-, -, assays at, 307.

-, -, bills for bullion imported into, 316.

-, -, charges of. See Coinage duties.

-, -, coinage at. See Coinage and Coinage duties.

-, -, -, instructions for, 324, 502.

-, -, Comptroller of, 316.

-, -, Deputy Assaymaster. See Harris, J.

-, -, Deputy Comptroller of. See Smyth, Charles.

-, -, Deputy Warden of. See Morgan, R.

-, -, imprests for, 99, 253.

-, -, indenture, 324.

-, -, Masterworker of, 319, 321, Conduitt, J.; Arundell, R.

-, -, moneyers of. See Haley, J.; Kemp, D.

-, -, Office, 309, 319.

-, -, officers of, 23, 25, 199, 319, 523, 567.

-, -, prosecutions of coiners and counterfeiters, 240, 359, 571.

-, -, -, Solicitor for. See Ashton, J.

-, -, porter of. See Sandell, John; Lowe, Robert.

-, -, stamping medals at, 176.

-, -, supply of copper for. See Copper.

-, -, Teller. See Mint (weigher).

-, -, Warden of, Sir Andrew Fountain, 316.

-, -, Weigher and Teller. See Phillipps, John; Barton, John.

-, -, Wood's half pence. See Wood, Mr.

-, -, SCOTLAND.

-, -, establishment, payments and accounts, 136, 274, 572.

-, -, General of, Lord Belhaven.

-, -, Master and Worker of, Bruce, J.; Bothwell, A.

-, proposed copper coinage at, 23, 24.

Missenden. See Mussenden.

Missing, Thomas, Victualling Contractor for Placentia, Annapolis royal, Canso, 63, 85, 185, 268, 366, 379, 477, 584.

Mitchel (Mitchell), Abell, 376.

-, David, 456.

-, George, Deputy Surveyor of Woods and Lands, Nova Scotia, 492.

-, James, 459.

-, John, 56, 70, 138, 453, 456, 628.

-, William, 632.

-, -, Sheriff of Cambridge, 418.

Mitford, Joseph, 457.

Modena, Duke of, Resident from. See Paretti, Abb.

Mohair yarn, 225, 226.

Mohegan Indians in Connecticut, petition concerning their wrongs, 311, 418, 426.

Moidore (Moydore), 200, 201, 314, 320.

Moir, Gilbert, 153.

Molasses, 43.

Molesworth, Coote, Physician to the Minorca garrison, 54, 91, 175, 261.

Molloy, Captain, 84.

Molyneux, Francis, pension to, 35, 37, 124.

-, Mary, pension to, 35, 124.

Mombray, Paul, 234.

Monck, George, Duke of Albemarle, Keeper of St. James's Park, 318.

Monck. See Monk.

Monckton, John, 5th Viscount Galway, a Commissioner of Revenue, Ireland, 214, 287, 394, 455, 505, 564.

Moncrief, John, 152.

Mondren. See Mara.

Money, seizures of, on importation, 555.

Monk, Lawrence, 232.

-, (Monck), Thomas, Deputy Naval Officer, Charleston, 54, 156.

Monmouth County, 285.

-, -, Receivers-General, 377, 430.

-, -, Sheriffs of, 257, 430, 601.

Monro. See Munro.

Monson, Charles, attorney of Henry Pelham as Paymaster of the Forces, 315, 391, 582, 583.

-, James, 459.

-, John, 1st Lord Monson of Burton, a Commissioner of Trade, 432, 509.

Montagu, Christopher, a Commissioner of Excise, England, 154.

-, Edward Richard, Viscount Hinchinbroke [d. 1722], 63, 187; regiment of, 220.

-, Edward, Brigadier-General, Lieut.-Governor of Minorca, 519; regiment of, 220, 307, 412.

-, George, 2nd Earl of Halifax, Auditor of the Receipt (see Exchequer Receipt, Auditor), 13, 24, 34, 75, 171, 172, 174, 179, 184, 190, 221, 280, 292, 307, 370, 390, 406, 447, 520, 941, 643, 548, 567, 621, 632.

-, Henry, Sheriff of Sussex, 245.

-, John, 2nd Duke of Montagu, Master of the Great Wardrobe (for imprests and issues to as such, see Wardrobe), 6, 97, 159, 160, 173, 183, 211, 303, 322, 359, 361, 365, 371, 373, 375, 377, 384, 386, 387, 506, 510, 522, 528, 535, 537, 538, 544, 545, 549, 559, 562, 567, 570; Grand Master of the Bath, 117, 128, 141, 250, 262, 399, 409, 566, 606, 617; Governor of Isle of Wight, 107; accounts of, see Wardrobe Master (accounts); pension or annuity to, 107, 118, 127, 137, 242, 257, 273, 280, 346, 405, 424, 436, 500, 585, 600, 12.

-, Robert, Lord Robert Montagu, afterwards 3rd Duke of Manchester, 374.

-, William [d. 1739], 2nd Duke of Manchester, a gentleman of the Bedchamber, 103, 116, 127, 243, 347, 405, 486; Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard, 347.

Montague, Henry, Sheriff of Sussex, 101.

-, Henry, Secretary to the Governors of Queen Anne's bounty, 519; Register and Comptroller of the money given with clerks and apprentices, 308.

Montell (Montel), Moses, 480, 481.

Montgomery County, 634.

-, -, Justices of, Pottinger, R.; Verney, J.; Skinner, M.

-, -, Receivers-General of, 392, 394, 430, 530, 567, 624.

-, Robert, Treasurer of Edinburgh, 431, 588.

-, Hugh, 459, 623.

Montijo, Count, Ambassador Extraordinary from Spain, 81, 335, 381, 430.

Montrose (Forfar), 282.

Montserrat, 142, 348, 367.

-, Lieut.-Gov. of, Forbes, William; Carpenter, R.

Moody, Alexander, 630.

-, Robert, 535.

Moore (Moor), Anthony, 632.

-, Arthur, Receiver and Paymaster of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 147, 148.

-, Captain, Chief Engineer of Gibraltar, 516.

-, David, 452.

-, Edward, Sheriff of Worcester, 118 412.

-, Elizabeth, 70.

-, James, Receiver and Paymaster of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 147, 148.

-, Jeoffry. See Leakes, J.

-, John, 89.

-, Mr., Paymaster of the Gentlemen Pensioners, 29.

-, Simon, 626.

-, (More), Thomas, 124, 426, 479, 540, 543.

-, -, -, Paymaster of Army Debentures, 184, 185, 231, 426, 518.

-, Sir William, 632.

-, Zachary Harnage, 189, 190, 191, 217.

Moors, 35, 48.

-, negotiations of Dutch with, 47.

-, redemption of captives from. See Redemption.

-, ships seized by, 48.

-, treaty with. See Redemption.

Moor wood in Royal forests, custody of, 13

Morat, alias Murat, Jefferay, 418.

Moray, bishopric of, 221.

-, Earl of. See Stuart, Charles.

Mordaunt, Charles, 4th Earl of Peter-borough, pension to, 254.

Mordington, Lord. See Douglas, G.

More. See Moore.

Morebattle (Roxburgh), 385.

Morey, Robert, 456.

Morgan. See Williams.

-, Anthony, Sheriff of Monmouth, 601.

-, David, 56.

-, Edmund, Sheriff of Bedford, 100.

-, George, 151.

-, Henry, 285.

-, John, schoolmaster, 239.

-, Reverend John, 37.

-, Nathaniel, 627.

-, Richard, Deputy Warden of the Mint, 299, 319, 359.

-, Samuel, 411.

-, Thomas, 285.

-, Trevor [Royal bounty to], 164, 306.

-, Walter, 56.

-, William, 364, 460.

Morison, Donald, 148, 287.

-, James, 288.

-, Walter, 52.

Morlaix (France), 384, 390, 531, 550.

Morley, Charles Cowper, 433, 452, 453.

-, George, Provost Marshal of S. Carolina, 530, 575.

-, Thomas, 174, 185, 222, 229, 232.

Morocco (see Barbary, Moors), 53.

-, ambassador from. See Perez, 338, 385, 386.

-, Consul General to Emperor of. See Tetuan, consul at.

-, plenipotentiary to. See Latton, W.

-, Emperor of, 126.

-, -, -, presents to, 141.

-, negotiation with, in 1732, 126.

Morrice. See Morris.

Morris, Col., 88.

-, Corbyn, 85, 384, 560.

-, John, 452.

-, Lewis, Governor of New Jersey, 558, 559.

-, -, Surveyor of Customs, Holyhead, 387.

-, Mr., 529.

-, Thomas, 277.

-, William, 451, 596.

-, (Morrice), Sir William, 59, 60, 92

Morse, William, linen draper, 67, 71.

Morston, John, 450.

Mortality, bills of. See Bills.

Mortars, export of, to the East Indies, 293.

Morten, Mr., 301.

Mortimer, Richard, 447.

Mortlake (Surrey), 175, 261.

Morton, Earl of. See Douglas, George; Douglas, James; Douglas, Robert.

-, earldom of, 555.

Moseley, Mr., a member of the Council of North Carolina, 331.

Mosse, Hugh, 406.

Mostyn, Chester port, 151, 631.

Mote Park, 419, 585.

-, -, sale of to the Crown, 532.

Motham, Philip Andrew, 145, 146. See Metham.

Mott, Samuel, 460.

Mottershead, John, 284.

Moulesho (hundred of Newport), 216.

Mound Manor (Co. Notts), 228.

Mount Kennedy estate, Wicklow, 207.

Mount's Bay (Cornwall), 28.

Mourning. See Court mourning.

Moverley, William, 476.

Moydore. See Moidore.

Moyle, Col. John, 213.

-, Major-General, 339, 345.

-, John, Sheriff of Cornwall, 439, 496, 598.

Moylon, Daniel, 596.

Muckairn Barony (Argyllshire), 552.

Muilman, Henry, 17, 21.

-, Peter, 17, 21.

Muir, Alexander, 632.

Muirhead, Gavin, 148.

Mulgrave Manor (Yorks.), 171, 182, 189, 191, 197, 198, 217, 218, 226, 229, 236, 237, 323, 335, 369, 370, 393, 395, 415, 432, 536, 550.

Mullion (Penzance), 148.

Mumbles (Glamorgan), The, 468.

Mumby (Co. Lincoln), 542.

Mun (Munn), John, Emissary to the Continent to discover smugglers' methods, 7, 51, 164.

Munni (Maryland), 456.

Munns, William, 456.

Munro, Captain George, pension to, 107, 118, 130, 142, 250, 262, 271, 400, 410, 428, 442, 493, 554, 580, 594, 598; son of, 554.

-, James, 459.

-, William, 630, 631.

Murat. Sec Morat.

Murdoch. See Cumlodden.

Murdock, Thomas, 551, 556.

Murphy, Thomas, 63, 187.

Murray, Alexander, 4th Lord Elibank, pension to, 107, 382.

-, Col., 232.

-, James, 623.

-, -, Receiver and Cashier of Customs, Scotland, 153, 216.

-, John, tidesman, 456.

-, -, 2nd Earl of Dunmore, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 103, 116, 243, 405, 571, 613; regiment of, 371.

-, Judith, alias Tinman, 599.

-, Mr., 464.

-, Sir Patrick, of Auchtertyre, 55.

-, Philip, 599.

-, -, interim Receiver-General of Customs, Scotland, 40.

-, -, junior, 55.

Muscovy. See Russia.

Mushat, Robert, 153.

Music. See Royal Academy, Opera.

Muslin, 15 per cent. duty on, 149.

Mussenden (Missenden) Hill, a Commissioner for Alienations, 486, 489, 598, 630.

Muston (co. Leicester), 369.

Mutiny Acts, 218, 371, 540.

Myddleton. See Middleton.

Mynors. See Minos.