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Index of Subjects: M

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 14, 1698-1699. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1934.

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Magistrates, at Hamburg, 8; of Looe, complaint and information against, 18, 151, 199.

Magnetical direction, voyage to ascertain the theory of, 18.

Maids of Honour. See Royal Household.

Mail, The, robbery of, 292, 300, 327, 329; person suspected for, 292; robbers of, 327, 329.

Mails, to and from Holland, 339.

Malt, bushels lost in fire, 359; duty on. See Exciseduties; lottery. See Lotteries.

Maltsters, 167; fuel wood assigned to, 5; petition for allowance of duty, 359.

Manors, named
-, Arkesden.
-, Ashdon.
-, Athleague.
-, Bardolphs Hall.
-, Barrow.
-, Barstaple.
-, Barton.
-, Beddington.
-, Belchamps.
-, Bendysh Hall.
-, Bradford.
-, Bridekirk.
-, Bromfords.
-, Bucklawren.
-, Bumpstead.
-, Burnham.
-, Cabborns.
-, Chapel.
-, Clairmein.
-, Crowland.
-, Dauntsey.
-, Deeping, East and West.
-, Dereham, West.
-, Drumahaire.
-, Easter, High.
-, Eltham.
-, Fristling Hall.
-, Glaston.
-, Goshems.
-, Goxhill.
-, Greenwich, East.
-, Hall.
-, Helston in Trigg.
-, Hempstead.
-, Hempstead Hall.
-, Hendred, East.
-, Hogsthorpe.
-, Kennington.
-, Kilguane.
-, Kirton in Lindsey.
-, Leitrim.
-, Moone.
-, Newcastle.
-, Odewell.
-, Old Court.
-, Old Hall.
-, Panfield.
-, Patching.
-, Penllyn.
-, Pirton.
-, Portumna.
-, Quendon.
-, Richmond.
-, Rosegate.
-, Sampford, Little.
-, Sandon Hall.
-, Shrule.
-, Somersbury.
-, Springfield.
-, Springfield Barnes.
-, Stanford le Hope.
-, Stratford.
-, Tiptors.
-, Torels-hall.
-, Treverbyn Courtney.
-, Waltham, Little.
-, Wenden, Great.
-, Wenden, Little.
-, Whitfield.
-, Windsor, Old and New.
-, Windsor Underore.
-, Wotton.
-, Wyfield.
-, Yardley Hall.
-, Yeldham, Little.

MARINE REGIMENTS, 14.
-, The Two Old [late First and Second Regiments], colonels of, 123.
-, half-pay of, 89.
-, men of, subsistence to, 10, 123; to be discharged, bounty to, 10, 123.
-, officers of, money to be distributed to, 92.
-, non-commission officers, subsistence to, 10, 123. to be discharged, bounty to, 10, 123.
-, quarters, money directed for, 2189.
-, subsistence to, 10, 123.
-, (late First Regiment under the Marquess of Carmarthen), accounts, 243, 256, 320.
-, agent to (R. Harnage), 51, 243, 256, 320, 322, 323.
-, broke or reduced on 8 September, 1698, 251, 253, 256, 320.
-, captains of, 243.
-, colonel of, 51, 116, 323.
-, companies of, 243; Captain [Ellys] Cooper's, 240; Captain [Unton] Dering's, 240; Captain [Edward] Weaver's, 240; Colonel's, 240; Major's, 240.
-, men, subsistence to, 51, 243, 256.
-, officers, arrears, 320, 323, 380; subsistence, 51, 243, 256.
-, Reformed officers, arrears, 305, 322,
-, quarters, discharge of, 51, 52, 240, 243, 251, 253, 256, 323.
-, subsistence to, 51, 243, 256.
-, swords furnished to, 116.
-, (late Second Regiment under Lord Berkeley and afterwards Sir C. Shovell), agent to (T. Reynolds), 47, 132, 321.
-, broke or reduced on 8 September, 1698, 261.
-, clothing for, 132.
-, companies of, Lord Berkeley's, 47, 230, 239; Captain [Thomas] Lee's, 47, 230, 239; Captain George Rodney's, 321.
-, officer of, stoppage on pay of, 321.
-, quarters, discharge of, 47, 230, 239, 251, 261.
-, subsistence to, 267.
-, The Four New [The Foot Regiments of Colonels E. D. Colt, H. Mordaunt and W. Seymour were established as Marines, and the late First and Second Marine Regiments established as Colonel T. Brudenell's Regiment of Marines, on 1 August, 1698], agents to, 79, 80, 218, 363.
-, bounty money to non-commission officers and men, 77, 78, 80, 345, 346; to be paid by the Army Paymaster, 77.
-, captains going to sea, arrears of, 2, 105.
-, colonels of, 79, 80, 102, 122, 145, 337, 346.
-, commissary, 287; deputy to, 287.
-, disbanding of, 93, 345, 363, 381; authority to Admiralty Lords for, 337; before 20 May 1699, 78, 79, 337; impossibility of, before time allowed by Parliament, 79; warrant for, 77.
-, establishment of, Attorney and Solicitor General to consider of, with the Disbanding Act, and give opinion whether Marines are included therein, 69, 311; Foot Regiments established as Marines, 21, 165, 220; Reformed officers not included in, but mustered and subsisted, 363.
-, half-pay, 89.
-, lieutenants going to sea, arrears of, 2, 105.
-, men to be disbanded, bounty to, 78, 345, 346.
-, officers, commissioned, clearings of, 345, 346.
-, non-commissioned, clearings of, 77, 78, 80; to be disbanded, bounty to, 77, 78, 80, 345, 346.
-, quarters, discharge of, 77, 78, 80, 338, 346.
-, subsistence to, 1, 10, 56, 62, 66, 77, 78, 79, 105, 120, 122, 145, 213, 258, 267, 270, 287, 337, 338, 346.
-, (Colonel Thomas Brudenell's Regiment), 270, 287; disbanded, offreckonings of, 93, 381; men of, increased by men landed from the Centurion, 270.
-, (Colonel Edward Dutton Colt's Regiment), 1, 2, 79, 105, 220, 270, 287.
-, (Colonel Henry Mordaunt's Regiment), 1, 2, 105, 220, 270, 287.
-, (Colonel William Seymour's Regiment), 1, 2, 105, 220, 270, 287.

Market, in Buntingford, 423.

Marriage Portions. See Royal HouseholdMaids of Honour.

MARRIAGES, Births and Burials, duties on (as by 67 Wm. and Mary, c.6, continued by 89 Wm. III, c.20), Acts for, to be put into execution to prevent loss, 127.
-, assessments, duplicates of, 168.
-, Commissioners of, 1689.
-, deficiencies of, and applications of revenue to, 122, 157, 188, 217, 236, 267, 294, 315, 330, 371, 399, 417; payment to be made out of, 116.
-, Director and Governor of the Surveyors and Inspectors, 358.
-, Inspectors of, 133, 168, 358.
-, Manager of, 358.
-, money order on, renewal of, 168.
-, Receivers General of, 133, 1689, 216, 233, 235, 291, 298, 304, 309, 358; allowance of tally in account of, minutes concerning, 489, 49; petition for place of, 347; securities of, 280, 287; superseded, 287; to pass accounts and pay in receipts, 177.
-, Surveyors of, 168; appointments of, 217, 269, 274, 290, 305, 313, 346; books for, 176; in general, 290, 389; salaries of, 133, 216, 291, 233, 235, 298, 304, 309; superscded, 217, 269, 274, 290, 305, 313, 346.
-, tallies on, discount of, 175.

Mart, Letter of, 67.

Masks. See King's Masks.

Maundy, issue for, 311.

Medals, gold, 383, 385; prize money for, 63.

Medicines, for the Army, 23, 166, 170.

Merchants, 110, 115, 160, 182, 210, 249, 349, 386, 387, 396, 403, 416.
-, decayed and ruined, hospital or college for, 360, 406.
-, debts of, on Plantation Duties. 228.
-, impeached in Parliament, 257.
-, of Bristol, 146, 190, 328, 359; in Herring Trade, 379.
-, of Cork, 332.
-, of Liverpool, 359.
-, of London, 128, 153, 179, 186, 207, 212, 225, 228, 246, 269, 295, 302, 321, 327, 328, 348, 351, 355, 358, 359, 366.
-, of Looe, information against, 199.
-, outlawed for treason, 245.
-, petition of, concerning the Woollen Manufacture, 1801, 386.
-, Strangers, 111.
-, supplying credits to Flanders, 126.
-, trading in wines, 309.

Messengers, of the Duchy of Cornwall (D. Griffith), 190. See also Chamber, The; Commons, House of; Printing Press; Taxes, Agents for.

Mews. See Royal Mews and Stables.

Milliner's, Charing Cross, 276.

Million Adventure or Lottery. See Lotteries.

Mines, 212, 320; gold, 320; King's shares of, petition for grant of, 320; lead, 283, 320, 360; lead ore, 283; lease of, 283, 325, 360; silver, 320.

Ministers, French. See French Protestant Ministers; going to the West Indies, 73; poor, in the Isle of Man, pension for, 219, 227, 409; Presbyterian Ministers, Northern Ireland, annuity to, 88, 375.

MINT, THE
-, artificers of, bills of, 286.
-, Assaymaster, allowance to, in late coinage, 294; to make yearly trial of the Pyx, Irish Mint, 107.
-, books, 148.
-, bullion, bringing in of, encouragement for, 22, 159.
-, importers of, 107.
-, debt due to, 22; account of, 159; appropriation for (29209l.), 47, 223; issues for clearing, 177, 223.
-, clerks of, business increased during late coinage, 148; filling up journals and transcribing into ledgers, melting books, etc., 148; petition for settling of standing salaries, 148.
-, clippers and coiners, discovering or taking of, Act for, 2, 106; rewards and payments for, 2, 39, 106, 226, 343.
-, executed, 18.
-, prosecuting of, charges for, 18, 271, 277.
-, coinage, late grand, 148, 150, 199, 294.
-, Coinage Duty. See Customs duties.
-, coining, 107; re-coining of old silver, 199, 276.
-, Comptroller of (J. Hoar), deputies maintained by, 150; petition for expenses during late coinage, 150; salary of, 66.
-, Comptrollers, Joint, of (C. Mason, T. Molineux), allowance to, in late coinage, 294; fee of, 294; salary of, report concerning, 66.
-, Comptrollment Roll, 76.
-, counterfeiters, charge of prosecuting, 18.
-, Country Mints, officers lately employed in, 296; salaries, 59, 296.
-, at Bristol, clipped money brought to, 201; hammered money taken into, for re-coining, 267; officers' salaries and allowances, 267; plate, wrought, taken into, for re-coining, 267; tools and utensils, 346.
-, at Chester, erection of, 362; tools and utensils, 346.
-, at Exeter, account of, 19, 39; deficiency in, 17, 31, 50; officers to be sued to adjust, 31.
-, tools and utensils, 346.
-, weigher and teller, 17.
-, at Norwich, tools and utensils, 346.
-, at York, money for taxes brought to, 180; tools and utensils, 346.
-, debts, account of, 159.
-, gravers to (J., J., and P. Roettiers), annuity to, 198; chief graver, dies to be prepared by, for the Irish Mint, 107.
-, Ireland, proposal for the erection of, 1, 107.
-, bullion importers to have same advantages as those of the English Mint, 107.
-, dies to be prepared by the chief graver, 107.
-, Pyx, trial of, to be made yearly by the Assaymaster, 107.
-, reports on, 107.
-, tools and utensils for, 346.
-, Master and Worker of (T. Neale), 17, 31, 50; accounts, 76, 336; issues to, 177, 223, 296; payment by, 267; report on proposal for a mint in Ireland, 107.
-, melter in (J. Ambrose), accounts of, 199, 224.
-, money, bad, told out at the Exchequer, 294.
-, brass, Customs collector obliged to make good, 231.
-, clipped, 76; bringing of, to London, 201; circulated by tale, 295; paid into the Exchequer, 101; received for taxes, 201, 386; re-coining of, 294.
-, counterfeit, Customs collector obliged to make good, 231.
-, hammered, re-coining of, 180, 267.
-, milled, loss by converting Bank Notes into, 392.
-, short, told out at the Exchequer, 294.
-, Moneyers, Corporation of, Provost and Fellows of, bill for tools and utensils provided for the Mints, 346, 394; debt of, 346.
-, officers (Principal) of, 22, 24, 29, 31, 39, 50, 97, 159, 271, 394.
-, account of, 50.
-, allowance to, in late coinage, 294.
-, expenses of, during late coinage, 150.
-, memorials of, 50; concerning encroachments by the Ordnance on the smith's house, 97, 394.
-, report on the proposal for a mint in Ireland, 1, 107.
-, plate, importers of, debts to, 22.
-, wrought, contractors for taking in and exchanging (P. Floyer et al.), paying balance of account into Exchequer, 59, 280, 296; for re-coining, 267.
-, presses remanded into, 243, 316.
-, Pyx, trial of, 107.
-, silver, contained in the twelve general remains, loss and waste in second melting, 199; re-coining of, 276.
-, silver coin paid into, 362; want of, in Ireland, 107.
-, smith of, employed by the Ordnance, 97.
-, has patent for all houses belonging to his office, 97.
-, house of, certificate as to ownership, 97, 394; encroachments on, by the Ordnance, 97, 394; foundation of, building upon to be stopped, 390; possession of, alleged by the Ordnance, 97.
-, tools and utensils for, 346; to be returned to the Corporation of Moneyers, 394.
-, Warden of (I. Newton), 18, 31, 97, 243, 286, 294, 316, 362; report on proposal for a mint in Ireland, 107.
-, Warden etc. of, 148, 150, 346.

Molasses (Melasses), trader in, 76.

Mole-Catcher, New Park, Richmond, 259.

Money, seized, 116, 150, 318, 336, 348. See also Coins; Mint.

Money Orders, renewal of, 147, 168, 214, 231.

Mops, for the House of Commons, 144, 174.

Morlaix (Merleaux) Paper, 366.

Mortuaries, rent of, 256.

Mum, duties on. See Exciseduties, on malt.

Musical Instrument Maker. See King's Musical Instrument Maker.

Muslins, duties on. See Customsduties; neckcloths, 328; seizures of, 223, 224.