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Index of Subjects: M

Pages 1816-1820

Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 10, 1693-1696. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1935.

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Manors, named:

Aldermaston.

Alfreton.

Alverton.

Arthuret.

Astwell.

Bagshot.

Bardney.

Barford St. Michael.

Barrow.

Barton.

Beedon.

Beggis.

Berkhampstead.

Bessels Leigh.

Beverley.

Bewcastle.

Bisley.

Blackhall.

Blarny.

Bonealva.

Bormans.

Boxford.

Boxworth.

Brackenswheelsse.

Bradbury.

Bradford.

Bradnineh.

Brampton.

Brigstock.

Bromfield and Yale.

Brough.

Buckland.

Burnham.

Caerinion Iscoed.

Caerinion Ucheoed.

Calstock.

Camoishall.

Castle Lea.

Caxton.

Cayo.

Chanddesley Corbett.

Chalworth.

Chaweers.

Chobham.

Climsland Prior.

Coggeshall.

Conington.

Coton.

Cottenham.

Crowland.

Croxton.

Culworth.

Curry Mallet.

Dacre.

Dauntsey.

Denbigh.

Dinorben Fawr.

Dinton.

Dowth.

Dynmace.

East Greenwich.

East Hendred.

East Molesey.

Easton.

Eastway.

Egham.

Elinton.

Eltisley.

Esclusham.

Evendons.

Eye Hall.

Farlam.

Farrington Gurney.

Fishside.

Flambard.

Frilford.

Fulbourn.

Furness.

Garton, upon the Wolds.

Gillingham.

Glassonby.

Glyncothi.

Goxhill.

Grange Moor.

Grantham.

Great Tew.

Halcetor.

Halton.

Ham.

Hardwell or Harwell.

Harston.

Haslingfield.

Helston.

Hem.

Hendon.

Hewlington.

Higham Ferrers.

Hilton.

Hinxton.

Hogsthorpe.

Holme Cultram.

Holmer.

Hornsea.

Huntercombe.

Irthington.

Isleham.

Kedewen Usceviend.

Kedewen Ustweid.

Kenilworth.

Kerry.

Kethinock Forest.

Kilcrea.

Kilford.

Killaton.

King's Land.

Kingston Lisle.

Kirkandrews-upon-Esk.

Kirkoswald.

Kirton in Lindsey.

Knight Elington.

Landbeach.

Laverton.

Lazonby.

Lea.

Leven.

Leverton.

Leyton.

Liddell.

Liskeard Park.

Llanerchydol.

Longstowe.

Longwood.

Lucan.

Lyford.

Mabelfyw.

Mabudryd.

Macclesfield.

Maiden Court.

Mallsen.

Manordilo.

Marden alias Mawarden.

Marylebone.

Mechen Iscoed.

Mechen Ushoed.

Mere.

Midgham

Midsomer Norton.

Milton.

Milton Falconbridge.

Mochnant.

Moresk.

Morton Pinkney.

Muchland.

Naworth.

New Castle.

Newbiggin.

Nichol Forest.

Nunnington.

Oatlands.

Okehampton.

Oundle.

Penneynt.

Penrith.

Petersham.

Portland.

Portlester.

Proudfootstown.

Purley Mabines.

Randalinton.

Reigate.

Richmond.

Rosedale.

Rudfen.

St. Austell Prior.

St. Thomas alias Sow

Sampford.

Saxon Hall.

Sayes Court.

Scroopes.

Sheen.

Shepton Mallet.

Shippon.

Shottesbrook.

Solom.

Solport.

Somersham.

Staffield.

Stoke Climsland.

Stonehall.

Stow cum Quy.

Strata Marcella Abbey.

Strata Marcella Minor alias Regis.

Stratton Sanctuary.

Stratton-super-Fosse.

Sulgrave.

Sunninghill.

Taddiport.

Talley.

Taplow.

Teirtref.

Tewington.

Thorpe Mandeville.

Torrington.

Trelowia.

Trematon.

Treberbyn Courtney.

Trumpington.

Tubney.

Tutbury.

Upton.

Wappenham.

West Dereham.

West Ham.

West Harptree.

Westerham.

Wirksworth.

Working.

Wytham.

Ystrad.

Maps. See Pictures.

MARINE REGIMENTS, accounts, 105, 765.

agents for, 302, 372, 410.

arrears due to, 410.

clothing for, 30, 63, 302, 371, 372, 792.

deductions from, for the Chatham Chest, 792.

levy money, 623, 633.

officer, pay for, 225, 1232, 1272.

12d. poundage deducted from, 106, 225.

recruits for, issues to, 613.

soldiers, pay for, deductions from, 1d. a month, 265;

2 d. a day, 240, 302, 371, 372.

(First Regiment, Marquess of Camartheu's, formerly under the Earl of Danby and the Earl of Torrington). 2, 106, 125, 225, 302, 754, 758, 1099.

accounts, 780.

agents to (T. Balderston, Buckeridge. R. Griffiths, R. Harneage), 52, 789, 1126, 1132.

clothing, accoutrements and beds for, 2, 254, 267, 754, 821, 1098, 1099.

debts owing to, 52.

lieutenant in (J. Thomas), 1132.

officers, pay for, 930.

pay for, 758.

swords and belts for, 1126.

Captains of Companies:

, Ash, 226.

C. Billop, 217.

,Martin, 106, 123, 125,

(Second Regiment, Lord Berkeley's formerly under H. Kill i grew and the Earl of Pembroke), 225, 254, 302, 506, 750, 758, 765, 930.

agents to (T. Balderston, J. Carpenter, , Lloyd). 50, 52, 217, 769, 990, 1164, 1250, 1258.

chirurgeon to, allowance for drugs, 50, 265.

debts owing to, 52.

lieutenants in (H. La Forest), 990;

(J. Thomas), 990, 1164, 1250, 1257.

officer, pay for, 930.

pay for, 769.

Captains of Companies:

O. Arthur, 254.

A. Owen, 506, 528, 750.

J. Sydenham, 990.

Markets in England, Wales and Berwickon-Tweed, clock of the, petition for place as, 996.

MARRIAGES, BIRTHS AND BURIALS, Bachelors and Widowers, rates and duties on (as by 6 and 7 William III., c. 6). 1062.

loans on, 1272.

interest of 8 per cent. on, 1005.

issues out of, 1014, 1015, 1028, 1031, 1043, 1064, 1069, 1070, 1081, 1084, 1090, 1093, 1110, 1111, 1138, 1143, 1153, 1163, 1175, 1222, 1267, 1272, 1373, 1379, 1396, 1397.

warrants for, not to exceed 600, 000l., 1005, 1015.

Receivers General of, lists of, 1040, 1041, 1042;

in arrears, 1276.

Master Gunner of England. See Ordnance, master.

Master of the Rolls, England. See Rolls.

Master of the Rolls, Ireland. See Index of persons and PlacesIreland, Master of the Rolls.

Maundy. See Chamber, Treasurer, issues to.

Million Acts. See ExciseDuties (4 Wm. and Mary, c. 3);

(5 and 6 Wm. and Mary, c. 7).

MINT, THE

assaymaster, allowances for. during the recoinage, 1349.

Clerk of the Papers. See Mint, King's. clerks of, petition for additional salary, 1313.

clippers, prosecution of, 6, 18, 166, 292, 567, 979, 990, 1136.

effects of, payment out of, 6.

estates of, 249.

executed, 280.

See also Sheriffs.

clippings delivered into, 172, 280.

coin and coinage, Acts for remedying the ill state of, 95, 1341, 1349.

coinage duty, allowances in the accounts of, 421.

in the Customs, payments out of, 448.

paid into the Exchequer, 98, 373.

payments out of, 584, 842, 930, 979, 990, 1168, 1334.

coiners, prosecution of, 166, 292, 1136, 1217;

estates of, 249.

Comptroller of (J. Hoar), 1322, 1391;

petition of, for an allowance during the recoinage, 1299, 1349, 1350.

assistant to (H. Hoar), 1391.

dies for twenty-four presses for the recoinage, 1415, 1426.

gold bullion in, to be coined, 885, 1434.

gravers to (the Roettiers), annuity for, 168, 270, 438, 584, 864, 1168, 1217, 1274.

petition of J. Roettiers, 1167;

payments to, for making a new great seal, 1193, 1203.

Irish mint in the Tower to be set up for the recoining, 1322.

irons, clerk of the, allowances to, 1349.

smith of the, allowances to, 1349.

keeper of the change and money and keeper of the coinage of gold and silver in (I. Newton), 1358.

King's Clerk or Clerk of the Papers, 1349.

marker, allowances to, 1349.

Master, and Worker of (T. Neale), 200, 2234, 448, 649, 667, 778, 842, 885, 930, 979, 990, 1268, 1311, 1316, 1322, 1334, 1335, 1349, 1350, 1435.

account of silver moneys coined demanded from, 1203.

allowances to, at the recoinage, 1349, 1350, 1443.

assistant to (T. Hall), 1324, 1325, 1434, 1435.

clerks to, allowances to, at the recoinage, 1349.

desires a room belonging to the Office of Ordnance for the coinage, 1268.

indenture and covenants, 1144.

instructions to, concerning coining gold bullion, 885.

issues for, 448, 842, 1334.

payments by, 223, 649, 930, 979, 990.

medals, figures and devices coined in, for sale in foreign countries, 686, 687.

Melter of (J. Ambrose), allowances to, for the recoinage, 1350;

proposals for refining silver, 1311, 1312.

melting house enlarged for the recoining 1322.

meltings, surveyor of, allowances to, 1349.

money, clipped, 4.

methods for bringing in, to be settled by Act of Parliament, 1273, 1420.

proposals for recoining, 1349, 1350.

money, edging of,1316, 1428, 1429, 1432.

money, milled, seizure of, 889.

money, to be melted, proposals for, 1287.

Moneyers, Corporation of (T. Anderson, E. Sturton, R. Called, J. Wilder, C. Sutton et al., 543.

petition of, for support, 95.

payments to, 223, 224.

provost of (J. Braint), 649. 1316, 1426, 1429. payment to, of 6d. per lb. of gold and 1 d. per lb. of silver moneys marked and rounded, 649.

allowances to, for the recoinage, 1349.

Officers, entertained at the trial of the Pyx, 67.

-, Principal, 93, 543, 610, 1155, 1415, 1422.

report by, on the coinage and copper or tin farthings and halfpence, 103, 104, 144. 415, 624.

to report on proposals for coining dollars, 346.

letter to, from the Treasury concerning guineas imported from abroad, 1168.

to be prepared for the recoining, 1254.

instructions to, for the recoinging, 1311.

puncheons for crowns and halfcrowns 1434.

Pyx, the, dinner, 128.

trial of, 67, 1144.

recoining of clipped money, 1322, 1324, 1325, 1349, 1351, 1443.

allowance to officers for the, 1332, 1349.

silver, coined payments out of, 4, 42, 1333.

silver in ingots, assays of, 1335.

silver money, proposal for melting down and making new, 900.

Warden of (B. Overton), 6, 18, 59, 106, 166, 172, 249, 292, 567, 1141, 1167, 1287, 1299, 1322, 1324, 1333, 1350;

by a great seal, 1696, Mar. 25, I.

Newton constituted loco B. Overton, 1358.

chief clerk to (G. Macy), 929, 930, 990, 1141.

clerks to, allowances for the recoinage, 1349.

second clerk to (J. Skingsley loco J. Ellis), 412.

issues to, for prosecuting clippers and coiners, 579, 583.

See also Mint Keeper.

Molasses, duties on. See Customs, Duties.

Money, illegal export of, 382;

broad money seized by Customs officers, 1197. See also Mint, money.

Mortality, weekly bills of, 636.

Muscovy Company, 280.

Muslins, from Holland, seizure of, 54.