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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 1, 1660-1667. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1904.

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Mabberley, Francis, victualler, 469.

Mabbott, Gilbert, 255.

Mabedrad manor (co. Carmarthen), 176.

Mabelview manor (co. Carmarthen), 176.

Maburgh. See Malbray.

Maccarty, Charles, Viscount Muskerry, son of 1st Earl of Clancarty, 179, 236, 258, 383, 389, 396.

Macclesfield (co. Chester), manor and town, 30, 46, 198; Hundred, 198; forest, 34, 198, 332.

Macdowell (Mackdowell), Sir William, 75, 82.

Mace (spice), 421, 446, 635.

Macedo, John de, 356.

Machell, John, 583.

Machen, Capt. John, 31.

Machyn, Richard, 309.

Mackworth, Sir Francis, 101, 200, 678.
-, -, Humphry, Farmer of Excise, co. Lances., 335, 707.

Mackworth (co. Derby), priory and bailiwick, 212, 215.

Macock, John. printer to the Excise office, 216, 231, 250, 467.

Madden (Madding), Cecily, royal bounty to 270.
-, -, Capt. John, Life Guards, 270.
-, -, John, Surveyor of Woods, Trent, South, 671.

Madder, 19.

Maddington, co. Wilts, 610.

Madge, Humphrey, a King's musician, 223, 565.

Maenordaelo, manor (co. Carmarthen), 176.

Magdalen College, Cambridge, 569, 570.

Magon, Cornelius, royal bounty to, 278.

Mahew. See Mayhew.

Maidenhead (Berks), 732.

Maidston, John, Surveyor of the Outports, 71.

Maidstone (Kent), 84.

Mainwaring (Manwaring), Henry, searcher of Chester port, 14, 56.
-, -, Mr., 724.
-, -, Col., 207.
-, -, Randall, 64.
-, -, Sir Thomas, 46, 103, 198.

Mainz, Archbishop Elector of, 253, 661.

Maior. See Major.

Maison Dieu (Dover), 26.

Maister. See Masters.

Maitland, John, 2nd Earl of Lauderdale (afterwards Duke of Lauderdale), Secretary of State for Scotland, 583; a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 306, 449; pension to as such, 418, 449, 567.

Major (Maior) Philip, a captive at Algiers, 297.
-, -, Thomas, Clerk and Remembrancer to the Commissioners for the Revenue of Cornwall, 5, 114, 115, 150, 197, 230.

Malaga (Spain), 329, 339, 367, 469, 641.
-, -, wines. See Wines.

Malbone, Thomas, a receiver of the Decimation Tax, co. Chester, 508, 536.

Malbray ("Maburgh Senior and Junior"), Holme Cultram, co. Cumberland, 115, 326.

Malden, Viscount. See Capel, A.

Maldon (Essex), 567.

Malet (Mallett), Andrew, 686.
-, -, Mr., 120.
-, -, Sir Thomas, Justice of the King's Bench, 533.

Malevery, Sir Thomas, 93.

Malham, Lieut. John, 74.

Mallaen (co. Carmarthen), 176.

Mallett. See Malet.

Mallock, John, 610.

Malpas (Cheshire), 180.

Malt, 148, 159, 163, 287, 289.

Malvern priory (co. Worcester), 209.

Malwood Lodge (New Forest), 711.

Malwyd in Mowddwy (co. Merioneth), 37.

Man, Isle of, royal bounty for poor ministers in, 291, 604.

Man. See Mann.

Manaton. See Manton.

Manby, Francis, 552.

Mancetter (co. Warwick), guild and chantry of, 124, 222, 223.

Manchell alias Mansel (co. Berks), 277.

Manchester (Lancs.), 210.
-, -, bayes, 21, 60.
-, -, Earl of. See Montagu, Henry.

Mander. Peter van der, 608.

Mandeville, Viscount. See Montagu H. & R.
-, -, Honor of in Great Dunmow, 645.

Mangil, George. goldsmith, 642.

Manley, Capt. Robert, 162.

Mann (Man), Edward, Comptroller of Ipswich port, 17, 233.
-, -, Ellen, royal bounty to, 273.
-, -, George, merchant, 429.
-, -, Alderman, 430.
-, -, John, 614; farmer of Excise of Norfolk, 430, 639.
-, -, Richard, merchant, 167.
-, -, Theophilus, searcher of Poole port, 3.
-, -, Thomas, quartermaster, 40.

Manners, John. 9th Earl of Rutland, 534.

Manning (Maning), Edward, 9, 22, 97.
-, -, Mr., 51.

Mansell (Mansel), Francis, customer inwards Southampton port, 3, 335; royal bounty and pension to, 252, 280, 369, 404, 486, 721.
-, -, Philip, searcher of Cardiff and Swansea, 56, 127.

Mansfield, Viscount. See Cavendish, H.
-, -, manor (Sherwood, co. Notts), 332.

Manton (Manaton), Nathaniel, a Commissioner and Governor of Excise, 79, 453, 495, 554, 632, 658, 735.
-, -, Col., 98.
-, -, Pierce, Sub-Commissioner of Excise, Cornwall, 322, 479, 482.

Manuche, Cosmo, royal bounty to, 256.

Manwaring. See Mainwaring.

Mapes, Longly, Capt., 74.

Mappowder (co. Dorset), 641.

Mara and Mondrein (or Delamere), Forest (Cheshire), 112, 193.

Marces. Monsieur or Sir Anthony de. 219, 220, 541; and see Mercey.

March, Earl of. See Stuart, C.

Marcoman. Mr., 675.

Mardetts, Isaack, Receiver of the Voluntary Present for Devon, 284.

Mardyke (and garrison of), 251, 284, 290, 299, 314, 358, 411, 432.

Margetson, James, Archbishop of Dublin, 244.

Maribone. See Marybone.

Market Bosworth (co. Leicester), 394, 526.
-, -, (Margaret), Overton (co. Rutland), 101, 200.

Markham, George, 46.
-, -, John, 171.

Marlborough, Earl of. See Ley, J.
-, -, (Wilts), 681.

Marley, See Morlay.

Marlowe, Michael, Sub-Commissioner of Excise, co. Bucks, 344, 575.

Marquess fee and lands, 69, 98, 145, 597.

Marre, William, 721.

Marriot (Marriott), James, keeper of His Majesty's privy lodgings at hampton Court, 711.
-, -, Richard, keeper of His Majesty's privy lodgings at Hampton Court, 133, 134, 458, 711.
-, -, William, 729.

Marseilles (France), 526.

Marsh, Alphonso, a King's musician for the lute and voice, 380, 565, 669; King's servant of the chapel and chamber, 22.
-, -, Edward, a Sub-Commissioner of Excise for Southampton town, 703.
-, -, Philip, 662.
-, -, Richard, keeper of the Stores at the Ordnance, 454.

Marshall, Edward, master mason of the Works in the Tower, 313, 719.
-, -, John, a sequestrator for co. Devon, 525.
-, -, -, customer of Berwick, 54.
-, -, Marmaduke, 130.
-, -, Thomas, collector of Customs, Rye, 665; searcher of Chichester, 10.
-, -, -, merchant, 19, 61.

Marsham, Elias, a Walloon, 544.
-, -, Henry, ensign, 73.
-, -, William, Lieut., 73.

Marske (co. Yorks), 331.

Marston, Ralph, surveyor of Exeter port, 707.
-, -, Thomas, receiver of taxes under Cromwell for Rutland, 508.

Marteele, Laurence, 726.

Martin (Martyn, Marten), Charles, 161, 163.
-, -, Edward, pension to, 60, 64, 450.
-, -, -, merchant, 557.
-, -, Henry, regicide, 92.
-, -, John, collector of Customs, Rye, 665; searcher of Plymouth port, 4, 9, 289; comptroller of Chichester port, 10, 15, 16, 60.
-, -, Nicholas, 202.
-, -, Owen, 77.
-, -, Philip, 115.
-, -, Thomas, 429.
-, -, William, mariner, 30.

Martleton, Robert, 333.

Martock (Somerset), town, 42, 48, 136, 318; Hundred, 366.

Marwood, George, 244.

Marwood Chase or Hagg (co. Durham), 162, 167.

Mary College. See New Work.

Marybone (Marebone, Marylebone, co. Midd.) Park, 46, 58, 106, 718.

Marystow (co. Devon), 496.

Maskelyne, William, 522, 525.

Mason, John, a King's musician, 238, 519, 565; lease to, 241.
-, -, Judith, 580.
-, -, Matthew, melter at the Mint, 535.
-, -, Nicholas, Lieut. 82; Comptroller of Southampton port, 494, 524.
-, -, Richard, King's avener, 226; Cornet, 77.
-, -, Robert, 31; royal bounty to, 540.
-, -, -, Dr., a Master of Requests. 236, 580.
-, -, Capt. Thomas, 80, 240, 270, 3367.
-, -, Thomas, 572.
-, -, Sir William, royal bounty to. 546, 610.

Massereene, Viscount. See Clotworthy, J.

Massey (Massie), Sir Edward, one of the Privy Council, Ireland, 231, 405, 409, 415; regiment of. 67.

Massingberd, Henry, 72.

Massonet, Peter, royal bounty to, 396, 593, 644.

Master Gunner of England, 90, 91.
-, -, of the Rolls. See Rolls.
-, -, Worker. See Mint.

Masters (Maister, Maisters), Henry, 142, 254. 648.
-, -, John, 120, 269.

Masters in Chancery. See Chancery.

Mathews (Mathew), Henry, ensign, 82.
-, -, John, carrier of Exeter, 619.
-, -, -, senr. aud junr., keeper of the original seal for Pembroke and Montgomery, 14, 16.
-, -, Miles, gentleman pensioner, 142.
-, -, Sibill, 339.
-, -, William, 339; Capt, 479.

Mats of hemp, 261.

Matson, Hans, 232.
-, -, Peter, 232.

Maugersbury (Stow-on-the-Wold, co. Gloucester), 640.

Maundy money, 594.

Maurice. See Morrice.

Mawgridge, John, major drumplayer in ordinary, 452.
-, -, Richard, drumplayer in ordinary, 452.

Mawre close (co. Montgomery), 136.

Maxwell, Elizabeth, widow of 1st Earl of Nithsdale, 594, 597.
-, -, John, a Groom of the Chamber in ordinary, 626.
-, -, Capt. John, 62.
-, -, Nicholas, 411.

May, Adrian. water engineer, 237, 556, 645, 652, 682.
-, -, Baptist, keeper of the Privy Purse, 683 (for issues to, for the Privy Purse, see under Privy Purse).
-, -, Christopher. 415.
-, -, Hugh, Paymaster of the Works, 64, 97, 102, 223, 280, 289, 291, 296, 320, 370, 385, 392, 398, 441, 454, 498, 530, 539, 543, 586, 598, 603, 608, 616, 618, 631, 645, 654, 663, 688, 693; and see Works (office).
-, -, John, 383, 415.
-, -, Roger, 602.
-, -, Trystram, brewer, 618.
-, -, William, 707.

Mayhew (Mahew), John, 44, 108.

Mayill Moor or King's Ings (Corringham. co. Lincoln), 331.

Maynard, Anthony, 158.
-, -, Christopher, 326, 357.
-, -, Sir John, Serjeant at Law. 254, 411, 620.
-, -, William, 2nd Lord Maynard, 256.

Mayne (Meyn), John, merchant, 344, 708.
-, -, Sir John, 26.
-, -, Simon, regicide, 92, 99, 134.

Mayo, Thomas, Sub-Commissioner of Excise, co. Hereford, 660, 705.
-, -, Vicountess Dowager. See Bourke, E.

Meade, Francis, messenger to the Excise Commissioners, 242.
-, -, Mr., 214.
-, -, Nicholas, farmer of Excise on soap, 708.
-, -, Richard, 346.

Meadowe (Meadowes), Sir Thomas, major, 74; sheriff of Norfolk, 661.

Meadys, Henry, smuggler, 415.

Mearne, Samuel, King's bookbinder, 556.

Measures and Weights. See Awnes; Fardels; Fondres; Half-ballots; Patacons; Piggs; Quilates; Timber.

Medals (healing medals), 237.

Medway, river, 351.

Melcombe Regis (Dorset), 68, 76, 484, 561.

Mell, Abigail, 540.
-, -, Davis, a King's musician, 223, 526, 540.
-, -, Elizabeth, 540.
-, -, Thomas, a King's musician, 435, 519, 565.

Mellifont (Louth, Ireland), 30.

Mello, Don Francisco de, Count of Ponte, Ambassador Extraordinary from the King of Portugal, 255.

Melting House. See Mint.

Melton, John, 136.

Melton Mowbray (co. Leicester), 44, 731, 732.

Mendip (Somerset), 113.

Menezes (Menezez), Signor Ruy Telles de, 385, 556.

Menheire, Mary, 43.

Mennes (Menns) Sir John, 42, 224, 235; Captain of Walmer Castle, 406, 451, 459, 539.

Mercers' Hall (London), 245.

Merces, Monsieur de. See Marces.

Mercey, Susan de, a dresser to the Queen Mother, 522; and see Marces.

Merchant Adventurers of England, governo and fellowship of, 30, 36, 140, 141, 153, 225.
-, -, -, Company, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 569.
-, -, Company of, trading to Russia, 247. And see Eastland Merchants.
-, -, Strangers, 612; See Customs (aliens).
-, -, Taylors Company, 297.

Mere (manor, co. Wilts), 25.

Meredale, Humfrey, a Sub-Commissioner of Excise, co. Essex, 176.

Meriden (co. Warwick), 731.

Merioneth, county, 132.
-, -, -, auditor, &c., of Crown revenues, 8, 16.
-, -, -, sheriffs of, 381, 694.

Merrett, John, 602.

Mersey, river, 63.

Merton ("Martin"), abbey (Surrey), 657.

Mervyn, Sir Audley, 224.

Messem. John Van, overseer of the fortifications of Dunkirk, 536.

Messenger, Augustin, cornet, 77.
-, -, Robert, waiter, Bristol port, 367.

Messengers of the Chamber. See Chamber.

Metcalfe, Christopher, Surveyor-General of Customs, England, Wales and Berwick, 304, 331, 414, 548.
-, -, Henry, searcher of Chester port, 2, 14.

Meux (and see Mewes, Mewse), Francis, Sub-Commissioner of Excise, co. Hunts, 469.

Mewes (see Meux, Mewse), Mr., 658.
-, -, (Hundred, co. Bucks), 166.

Mews. See Royal Mews.

Mewse (see Meux, Mewes), Elizabeth, royal bounty to, 539, 612, 625.

Meynell, Francis, goldsmith, banker, and Alderman of London; loans to the Government, 2856, 370, 418, 459, 460, 492, 501, 508, 526, 564; repayment of loan money to, 214, 398, 404, 440; interest accounts, 429, 590, 672, 683; coinage by, 417, 499; bullion operations of, 300, 415; sheriff of London, 357, 372, 381; farmer of Excise, Norfolk, 430, 639, 684; tin farmer, 603.

Mias, Col. de, 496.

Micheldever (Hants), 430.

Mico, Alderman Edward, 117, 332.

Middle Claydon (Bucks), 523.
-, -, Temple (London), 310, 311.

Middleham Castle, co. Yorks, 254.

Middlesbrough (co. Yorks), 610.

Middlesex County (and see London), 15, 68, 95, 188, 197, 381, 402, 406, 429, 453, 465, 477, 482, 584, 682.
-, -, -, chantry rents in, 154.
-, -, -, Corporation for poor of, 584.
-, -, -, Excise of, 292, 301, 322, 341, 424, 438, 446, 448, 477, 495, 523, 527, 569, 570, 571, 572, 574, 589, 663, 683, 707, 708, 727, 728, 735.
-, -, -, justices of peace of, 723.
-, -, -, Receivers General of Crown lands in, 8, 71, 229.
-, -, -, sheriffs of. See London.
-, -, -, traitors' lands in, 92.

Middlesex, Earl of. See Cranfield, L.

Middlethorpe (City of York), 129.

Middleton (Midleton, Myddelton, Mydelton), Sir George, sheriff of Lancashire, 393, 412.
-, -, John, Sergeant-at-arms to the King, 348, 560.
-, -, John, 1st Earl of Middleton. 95, 287.
-, -, Peter, 152.
-, -, Sir Thomas, 220.
-, -, Walter. Customer of Milford port, 663, 666.

Middleton's waterworks. See New River Company.

Middleton (co. Lancs.), 258.
-, -, in Teesdale (Durham), 162.
-, -, Tyas (co. Yorks), 606.

Midgley (co. Yorks), 33, 89.

Midsomer Norton (Somerset), manor and parish, 19, 28, 36, 173, 178, 192, 364.

Midwinter, William, 327.

Milbanke, Sir Marke. Bart., 276.
-, -, Mark, Receiver of Voluntary Present for Northumberland, 585.
-, -, Martin, sheriff of Northumberland, 380.

Mildenhall ("Milnhall"), Suffolk, 249.

Mildmay, Col. John, Sub-Commissioner and farmer of Excise, co. Essex, 176, 470, 647, 660.

Milford Haven (Pembroke), 10, 17, 70, 76, 210, 489, 579, 612, 663.

Militia act for settlement of, 214.
-, -, exemption from 2056.
-, -, money (70,000l. a month per year for 3 years), 599, 661, 6756, 681, 696, 715.
-, -, Muster Master General of, 73.
-, -, Receivers or Collectors for, 275.
-, -, regiments and forces, 73, 76, 77, 82, 83, 280, 281, 378, 642, 678, 681, 716.

Mill. See Mills.

Mill Furrow (co. Huntingdon), 131.

Millecent (Millicent), John, farmer of Excise, co. Cambridge, 426, 466, 569, 641, 710, 731.

Miller, Richard, 413.
-, -, William, 289.

Millett, Capt. Nicholas, 510.

Millinery, customs on, 6.

Millington, Gilbert, regicide, 92, 297.
-, -, Robert, Sub-Commissioner of Excise. co. Leicester, 322. 468.

Millom ("Milham") Castle (Cumberland), 15, 263.

Mills (Mill), Andrew, Lieut.-Col. of Horse, 694, 695; a King's waiter, 734.
-, -, Sir Jo., Col., 83.
-, -, Stanhop, mariner, 475, 513.
-, -, Thomas, 68, 87.

Milman, William, 46.

Milnst Mylards (in Havering, Essex), ("Milnst Green"), 261.

Milphy, William, 623.

Milrei, 407.

Milton, Humfry, 458.

Milton (next Gravesend, Kent), 120, 131.
-, -, Fauconberge and Milton Court (Somerset), 19, 22, 42, 48, 118, 124, 136, 140, 142, 318.

Milverton (Somerset), 47, 154; hundred of, 366.

Milward, Robert, a Judge of the Council of the Marches, 599, 600, 601.
-, -, Thomas, waiter, Bristol port, 4: waiter, Rye port, 15.

Minehead (Somerset), 246, 317, 337, 410.

Mines, 190, 1134. See Coal, Copper, Lead.
-, -, lease of, 6, 21.
-, -, searches for, 189.

Minett, John, merchant, 239.

Mingay, Anthony, ensign, 73.

Minories, the. See Streets.

Minors. See Mynors.

MINT, the, in the Tower, 189, 192, 230, 304, 354, 362, 372, 417, 457, 4978, 499, 515.
-, -, assay master of, 183. See Brattell, J.; Woodward, T.
-, -, clerk of the irons, 19. See Swallow, T.; Pight, R.
-, -, coinage, 456, 598, 711.
-, -, Comptroller of, 682.
-, -, doorkeeper, 455.
-, -, Dunkirk, money in. See Dunkirk.
-, -, graver of. See Rawlins, T.; Roettiers, John and Joseph.
-, -, issucs for, 536.
-, -, melting house, Surveyor of, 19. See Swallow, T.; Pight, R.
-, -, Master, 583, 622, 652, 656, 658. See Gurdon, Dr. A.; Freeman, Sir R.; Slingsby, H.
-, -, officers of, 113, 293, 315, 359, 407, 459, 460, 461, 462, 464, 492, 493, 511; diet expenses of, 535.
-, -, question of coining farthings, 122.
-, -, Receipt office of, 459, 460, 461, 497.
-, -, Seal of, 2.
-, -, Trial pieces (crown gold and silver), custody of, 2, 52, 72, 78, 95, 192, 293, 498, 583.
-, -, Warden of, 358, 455, 652, 656. See St. Leger, Sir A.; St. John, Dr. J.; Parkhurst, Sir W.
-, -, workers of, 358, 658.
-, -, Scotland. See Scotland.

Minter, Nightingale, messenger to the Commissioners of Appeals in Excise, 276.

Mitcham (Surrey), 651.

Mitcheldean (co. Gloucester), 626.

Mitchell (Mitchel), John, 164.
-, -, Joseph, Farmer of Excise, co. Dorset, 3445.
-, -, Thomas, 420.
-, -, William, 614.

Mitchells, Arthur, a King's falconer, 393.

Mitton, John, 235.

Mocoas (co. Hereford), 433, 639.

Mocenigo, Pietro, ambassador from Venice. 289.

Modyford (Muddiford), Sir James, Bart., 227.
-, -, Sir Thomas, Governor of Jamaica, 587, 589, 667, 685, 720.

Mogg (Mogge), Elizabeth, 364.
-, -, Jane, 364.
-, -, John, 42, 44, 118, 364, 693.
-, -, Richard, 364.

Moggridge. See Mawgridge.

Mohun, Col. Rob, 41.

Moira (co. Downe, Ireland), 663.

Moledi don Patricio, Resident in England from the King of Spain, 682.

Molesworth (Moulseworth), Col. Guy, 164, 339, 596, 597.
-, -, Wingfield, 116.

Molin. See Moulin.

Molina, Conde de, Ambassador Extraordinary from the Catholic King, 666, 722, 736.

Molineux, Charles, royal bounty to, 278.
-, -, Francis, sheriff of Notts, 394; receiver of the 18 months' assessment, 676.
-, -, Major Prestland, royal bounty to, 271.
-, -, Sir Vivian, 18, 29, 86, 107.

Moll, John, Sub-Commissioner of Excise, co. Suffolk, 655.

Mollett (Mullett), Andrew, King's gardener in St. James's Park, 280, 291, 580, 611, 636.
-, -, Gabriel, King's gardener, 280, 291.

Mollins (Mullins ? Moulin), Benjamin, royal bounty to, 253.
-, -, Michael, 106. 366, 389.

Moma, Abraham, 429.

Mompesson, John, 139; farmer of Excise, co. Wilts, 433, 439.
-, -, Thomas, 27.
-, -, Sir Thomas, 439.

Monastery lands and revenues of. See Chantry.

Monck, George, 3rd Duke of Albemarle, Earl of Torrington, Lord General of the forces, 64. 65, 75, 127, 152, 160, 162, 187, 227, 251, 321, 327, 333, 334, 411, 412, 415, 418, 448, 500. 545, 546, 578, 661, 675, 677, 683, 690, 703.
-, -, -, grant of 20,000l. or of lands to the value thereof to. 3, 50, 51, 53, 57, 84, 1467, 182, 194, 213, 311, 324, 368, 370, 413, 416, 548, 555, 665, 685.
-, -, -, pension to. 360. 386, 458.
-, -, -, Master of the Horse (including payments to, for purchase of horses for the King and Queen). 96. 259, 368. 373, 375, 384. 395, 443. 495, 528. 538, 564, 578, 579. 603, 644, 671, 712, 718.
-, -, -, payments to, for secret service, 516.
-, -, -, regiment of, 33, 66, 137. 144.
-, -, -, payment of Creation money to, 451.
-, -, -, Keeper of St. James's Park, 431, 574.
-, -, -, Keeper of the House Park at Hampton Court. 461. 659.
-, -, -, Secretary to. See Clerke. W.
-, -, (Muncke), John, 18 (see Monkes).
-, -, Richard, 552.

Monckton, Sir Philip. Comptroller of Customs and Excise, Dunkirk, 263.

Mondrein. See Mara.

Monins. Thomas, a late Commissioner for Sequestrations, co. Kent, 522.

Monk Bretton monastery (co. Yorks), 98, 111.

Monkes (see Monck). John. Excise officer, 477, 480, 568.

Moumouth County, 204. 274, 402, 410. 680.
-, -, -, Excise of, 486.
-, -, -, Receiver General of Crown revenues for. 410, 504.
-, -, -, sheriffs of, 110.

Monmouth, Duke of. See Scott, James.
-, -, Earl of. See Carey, H.

Monnis, Elizabeth, 28.

Monopolies, 9.

Monoux, Sir Humphrey, sheriff of Notts, 650.

Monson. William, Viscount Monson, 175.

Montacute (Somerset), 382.

Montagu, Edward, 1st Earl of Sandwich, Creation money to, 552; grant to 609; Master of the Great Wardrobe, 15. 65, 148, 194, 217, 226, 229, 239, 267, 296, 303, 375, 381, 389, 406, 407, 408, 409, 442, 451, 463, 464, 493, 497, 501, 510, 531, 536, 539, 547, 550, 564, 586, 592, 597, 603, 604, 605, 614, 651, 654, 657, 665, 696; Ambassador Extraordinary to Portugal, and Admiral of the fleet to bring over the Queen Consort. 267, 276, 309, 310, 350, 351, 360, 362, 363, 365, 407, 435, 447, 449, 450, 454, 456, 461, 496, 518; regiment of. 66.
-, -, Edward. 2nd Earl of Manchester. 219, 581; Lord Chamberlain of the Household, 88, 406, 409, 524, 596.
-, -, Henry, Viscount Mandeville and 1st Earl of Manchester. Treasurer of the Exchequer, 58, 98, 106, 196, 474.
-, -, Ralph, keeper of Hartleton lodge, 612.
-, -, Robert Viscount Mandeville (after wards 3rd Earl of Manchester), 98, 217, 383.

Montague, Mr., 232.
-, -, Walter. Lord Almoner to the Queen Mother, 443, 455, 594.

Montbodiat, Franoise de, First Woman of the Bedchamber to the Queen Mother, 497.

Montbrun. Marquis de. See Bellegarde.

Montgomery, Major General Robert, 16.

Montgomery, county, 132.
-, -, -, Keeper of original seal for, 14, 16.
-, -, -, Receiver of Crown revenues for. 8, 16 ; of Hearthmoney, 655, 694,
-, -, -, sheriffs of, 394. 441, 694.
-, -, Earl of. See Herbert. P.

Montrose, Marquess of. See Graham, J.

Moody. Mr., Master gunner of Portsmouth. 675.

Moone, Abraham, merchant, 732.

Moor (Moore), Dorothy. 179.
-, -, Edward, 179.
-, -, Francis, ensign, 82.
-, -, Sir Henry, 416.
-, -, Henry, 3rd Viscount Moore and 1st Earl of Drogheda, 30, 86, 105, 106, 112. 249, 601, 701.
-, -, John, 179.
-, -, Sir St. John, Sub-Commissioner of Excise for Berks, 427, 470, 706.
-, -, Jonas, 584.
-, -, Magdalen, royal bounty to, 271.
-, -, Richard, a brewer to the navy, 280, 490.
-, -, William, gold wire drawer, 151; Capt. 82; Clerk of the Peace, North Riding, Yorks, 671.

Moor Park (Herts), 252.

Moores, the (in Salcot Virley, Essex), 393.

Moorey, Thomas, Ensign, 82.

Moorfields. See Streets.

Moorones. Elizabeth, 611.
-, -, Katherine, 574.

Moorwinstow (Eastway, Cornwall), 46.

Mordaunt (Mordant), Sir Charles, Capt., 77.
-, -, Elizabeth, widow of 1st Earl of Peterborough, 37, 121, 125.
-, -, Elizabeth, Viscountess Mordaunt of Avaloa. 52.
-, -, Henry. 2nd Earl of Peterborough, creation money, 256, 535; Governor of Tangier. 287. 294. 305, 309, 310. 360, 396, 398, 428, 440, 453. 485, 514. agent to, as such, see Povey, Mr.; Captain General and Commander-in-Chief of His Majesty's forces in Morocco, Sus and Fez, 397, 440, 512, 581; pension to, 559; royal bounty to, 396; regiment of, 67. 309.
-, -, Henry, a King's falconer, 393.
-, -, John, 1st Viscount Mordaunt, 52, 121; Constable and Governor of Windsor Castle. 52, 89, 314, 444, 609; creation money, 395; grantee of the coal duty, 109, 399; regiment of, 67.
-, -, Penelope, countess of Peterborough, 247.
-, -, William, payment to, for secret service, 665.

More Park, near Windsor Park. 116.

Morend (More End) (in Grafton, Northants), manor and farm. 24. 26, 113.

Moresk (Cornwall), 323.

Moreton. See Morton.
-, -, (Hundred, Berks), 18. 93.
-, -, (co. Cheshire), 559.
-, -, in the Marsh (co. Gloucester), 18.

Morgan, Edward, Capt., 88, 134.
-, -, -, payments to, for the Isle of Jamaica, 566.
-, -, Isaack, 64.
-, -, James, shoemaker, 654.
-, -, Miles, 293.
-, -, Richard, clerk of the Peace, co. Montgomery, 655
-, -, Samuel, 626.
-, -, Thomas, late Commissioner for sequestrations, co. Carmarthen. 536.
-, -, Sir Thomas, Major General, 80. 134, 160. 355, 359.

Morice. See Morrice.

Morlaix. France, 253, 623.

Morland (Moorland), Sir Samuel, 9, 72, 78, 293.
-, -, William, 110.

Morlay (Morley, Marlay), Francis, Receiver of the voluntary present, co. Yorks, 666.
-, -, George, Bishop of Worcester, 107, 197: Bishop of Winchester, 404.
-, -, John, Foreign Apposer in the Exchequer, 716.
-, -, Sir John, 278, 542. 585.
-, -, Sir William, 674.

Morocco. forces in, 397, 440. 512, 581, and see Tangier.

Moroe, John, 269.
-, -, Robert, Clerk of the Peace, co. Gloucester, 651.

Morosinj Michaej. ambassador extraordinary from Venice, 274.

Morrice (Morris. Morice), David, 208.
-, -, John, Clerk of the Ordnance. 454.
-, -, -, Customer of Exeter, Dartmouth and Barnstaple, 600, 611; Customer of Minehead, 337.
-, -, -, Sub-Commissioner of Excise. N. Wales. 323, 472. 478.
-, -, Mr., Receiver of the voluntary present, 286.
-, -, Thomas, 178; Farmer of Excise, Kent and Sussex, 541, 706.
-, -, Sir William. a principal secretary of State, 17, 218. 316, 391, 542, 597. 613, 662, 674; Governor of Plymouth (and pension to as such, together with his son), 3, 209, 258, 393, 597, 662; Havener of the Duchy of Cornwall. 391.
-, -, William, son of Sir William and Governor together with him of Plymouth. 258, 316, 391; Havener of the Duchy of Cornwall, 391.

Morrison, Dr. Robert, 406.

Mortality bills, 344.

Mortimer, John, Sub-Commissioner of Excise in Lyme Regis, 336, 572.
-, -, Joseph, assistant to the Accomptant of Excise, 2412. 719.

Morton (Moreton), Earl of. See Douglas, W.
-, -, Elizabeth, 150.
-, -, Richard. 157.
-, -, Robert. customer of Hull, 3.
-, -, Thomas, 727.
-, -, -, Bishop of Durham, 150.
-, -, William, 150.
-, -, Sir William, a Sergeant-at-Law, 560; a Justice of the King's Bench, 693, 694.

Mosse. Ralph, 576.
-, -, William, 509.

Mostyn, Sir Roger, 278.

Mostyn (co. Flint), 278.

Mote lands (Peasmarsh. Sussex), 26.
-, -, Park. See Windsor Forest.

Motlaw, Mr., a Coldstreamer, 144.

Mottershead, Albion, 333.

Moulin (Molin), Monsieur du, 658; see Mollins.

Moulseworth. See Molesworth.

Moulsey manor (Surrey), 46.

Moulson, John, 271.
-, -, Milicent, royal bounty to, 271.

Moulton (Middleton Tyas, co. Yorks), 606.

Mouncks. See Monkes.

Mounteney, Richard, pension to, 447, 506.

Mountforth, Thomas, 95.

Mountrath, Dowager Countess of. See Coote, J.

Mowbray, James, 339.

Moyle, Lieut. Col. Nathaniel and his son Nathaniel and other children, 513, 530. 531.

Moyser. Michael, 123, 249.

Muddiford. See Modyford.

Muggridge. See Mawgridge.

Mulberry Garden and Mulberry Garden Fields, 83, 255, 561.

Mulcaster, Thomas, 134.

Mules, John, 154.

Mulgrave, Earl of. See Sheffield, J.

Mullet. See Mollet.

Mullins. See Mollins.

Mullock, John, 4.

Muncke. See Monck.

Munden, Samuel. 383.

Mundy, Darell, 367, 559.

Munford, Robert. ensign, 73.

Munning, Math., Lieut., 74.

Munster, Presidency of, 469.

Mnster, Bishop of, 701.

Muriell, Thomas, Lieut., 74.

Murray (Murry), Alexander, 21.
-, -, Amelia Sophia (Lady Amelia Stanley), Countess of Athole, 247.
-, -, Elizabeth, Countess of Dysart, 14 219. 695.
-, -, George, royal coachman, 117. 230.
-, -, David, 528.
-, -, Lilias, wife of 4th Earl of Tullibardine, 541.
-, -, William, constable, 383.
-, -, -, 1st Earl of Dysart, 151, 695.

Murrell, Robert, 570.

Muscovia Company, 503. See Merchants.

Muscovy, 137, 238, 245, 246.

Musgrave, Sir Edmund, 424.
-, -, Sir Philip, Governor of Carlisle garrison, 14, 150, 257, 258, 424, 442, 480, 481, 490, 618, 655.

Music and Musicians to the King:
-, for violins, 366, 526, 565, 587, 629.
-, for flute, 400, 497, 519.
-, for voices, 380, 416, 421, 521, 565, 586.
-, for cornets, 519.
-, for lutes. 380, 416, 421, 565, 586.
-, for wind, 565, 645.
-, for sackbuts, 400, 416.
-, for fife, 452, 565.
-, for viol, 419.
-, for drum, 452, 565.
-, composers to the King. See Lock, M.; Copperario. J.; Lawes, H.

Musk. 524.

Muskerry, Viscount. See MacCarty, C.

Musters, Commissary General of, 243, 257, 294, 408.

Muttlebury, Mr., Comptroller of Bridgwater port, 15.

Mynors, Richard, surveyor of the King's stables at Hampton Court, 259.

Myton, co. Yorks, 253.