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Index of Subjects: M

Pages 584-586

Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 15, 1699-1700. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1933.

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Malt. See Excise, duties; Lotteries malt.

Manorsnamed:
-, Barrow.
-, Barton.
-, Beaulieu.
-, Cantermelenydd.
-, Chesworth.
-, Climsland Prior.
-, Crowland.
-, Dauntsey.
-, East Molesey.
-, Eltham.
-, Frankton.
-, Fentriggan.
-, Gouxhill.
-, Hampton.
-, Hampton Court.
-, Hempholme.
-, Hogsthorp.
-, Kennington.
-, Kensington.
-, Marylebone.
-, Newark.
-, Old Court.
-, Old Court and Sedgwick
-, Park.
-, Rhosvair.
-, Richmond.
-, Rosedale.
-, Savoy.
-, Says Court.
-, Sheen als. Richmont als. Richmond.
-, Stratton Sanctuary.
-, Tattershall.
-, Trim.
-, Wallingford.
-, Wardelham.

MARINE REGIMENTS, 21, 38, 340.
-, colonels of, issues to enable officers to exercise trades, 221, 271.
-, Grenadiers put on the establishment of, 211.
-, issues for, 35.
-, officers of, half-pay for, 5, 7, 22, 24, 27, 34, 159, 204, 238, 320.
-, pay for, 282, 316.
-, payment to of abatements for exceeding their regimental clothing, 22, 40, 50, 53, 210, 214, 240, 246, 259, 263, 264, 265, 282, 287, 288, 298, 299, 343, 357, 383, 385, 386, 412.
-, poundage money paid to the officers of, 110 bis; stopped from the officers of, 306, 313, 376, 377.
-, Reformed officers of, half-pay for, 176.
-, (late First Regiment, Marquis of Carmarthen's), 40, 129, 176, 180, 238, 240, 252, 259, 309, 320, 376, 377.
-, adjutants in, pay of, 10, 13, 137, 181.
-, captains of, pay due to, 259.
-, chirurgeons of, pay for, 10, 13, 181.
-, disbanded officers of, list of names, 452.
-, lieutenants in, pay for, 129, 137.
-, muster rolls of, 386.
-, officers of, half-pay for, 139.
-, Reformed officers of, placed on half-pay, 176.
-, serjeants, corporals and sentinels of, arrears of pay, 252.
-, Companies:
-, captain Ash (succeeded by W. Bradbury), 279, 309, 344, 383.
-, captain B. Bennett, 180, 240, 253, 287.
-, captain W. Bradbury, 265, 309, 344, 383.
-, captain E. Cooper, 253, 265, 287.
-, captain U. Dering, 76, 343.
-, captain A. Gibbon, 50, 287.
-, captain J. Harnage, 299, 343.
-, captain B. Hoskins, 36, 246.
-, captain J. Plunket, 159, 210, 240, 383.
-, captain G. Phillips, 50, 288, 299.
-, captain S. Spicer, 265.
-, captain or major J. Stopford, 42, 263.
-, captain G. Symmonds, 299, 383.
-, captain E. Weaver, 50, 287.
-, (late Second Regiment, Sir C. Shovell's), 40, 137, 176, 214, 238, 240, 252, 259, 309, 320, 329, 442.
-, adjutants and chirurgeons of, pay for, 10, 13, 181.
-, captains of, pay due to, 259.
-, clothing and sea-beds for, 247, 252.
-, disbanded officers of, list of names, 452.
-, officers of, half-pay for, 139.
-, Reformed Officers of placed on half-pay, 176.
-, Companies:
-, captain B. Beaumont, 265.
-, captain W. Bokenham, 265.
-, captain J. Brook, 265.
-, captain A. Duncomb, 343.
-, captain R. Hill, 265.
-, captain T. Leigh, 22, 38, 45, 214, 251, 329.
-, Sir D. Mitchell, 38, 45, 210, 251.
-, captain J. Nevill, 286, 343.
-, captain S. Odbert, 265, 308.
-, captain Povey, 355.
-, captain G. Rodney, 287, 302, 341, 355.
-, Sir C. Shovell, 22, 38, 45, 210, 240, 251.
-, captain W. Spragg, 265.
-, captain Sydenham, 420.
-, captain Thornhill, 357.
-, captain J. Webb, 287.
-, major T. Webberley, 264.
-, captain D. Williams, 38, 45, 210, 240, 251, 343.
-, (late Second Regiment formerly commanded by Lord Berkeley), 50, 127, 288, 386.
-, (late Second Regiment formerly commanded by colonel H. Killigrew), 377.
-, (Colonel Brudenall's Regiment), 27, 238, 320; lieutenant colonel Hobart's company in, 329; disbanded officers of, list of, 453.
-, (Colonel E. D. Colt's Regiment), 22, 27, 204, 210, 309, 320, 356; disbanded officers of, list of, 452.
-, (Colonel Mordaunt's Regiment), 1, 5, 24, 27, 139, 186, 205, 320; disbanded officers of, list of, 453.
-, (Colonel Seymour's Regiment), 27, 309, 320; disbanded officers of, list of, 452.

Marriages, Births and Burials, duties on (as by 67 William and Mary, c. 6), arrears of, 295, 307.
-, collector of, prosecuted for fraud, 443.
-, deficiencies of, 133, 166, 182, 207, 229, 253, 267, 289, 311, 335, 361, 389, 422, 431, 437.
-, inspectors of, 246; salaries, 188.
-, management of, payment for, 419.
-, Receivers of, 72, 438; suspended, 268.
-, Receivers General of, 160, 162, 183, 188, 244, 271, 419; allowances to, 137.
-, Surveyor General of, 131, 168, 173.
-, Surveyors of, 131, 164, 168, 211, 246, 344, 380, 408, 440; salaries, 188, 244, 271, 300.

Masks. See King's Revels.

Maundy, issues for, 51, 285.

Mills and presses, exported, 39, 219, 258.

MINT, 19.
-, accounts, 196.
-, coinage duties, issues out of, 269; Receiver General and Cashier of, 290.
-, Comptrollers of, 34, 219.
-, crown, gold, coinage of, 314; silver, coinage of, 314.
-, Country mints, 45, 275.
-, broken up, 428.
-, officers of, salaries, 162.
-, at Chester, 214.
-, at Norwich, deputy master and warden of, 360; hammered money paid into, price of, 360.
-, at York, clipped money melted at, 137; deputy warden of, 410, 428.
-, engravers, 19, 20; chief, 310; probationer, 310.
-, groat, silver, coinage of, 314.
-, half-crown silver, coinage of, 314.
-, half-groat, silver, coinage of, 314.
-, half-shilling, silver, coinage of, 314.
-, half-sixpence, silver, coinage of, 314.
-, house in for the smith of the Ordnance, 74.
-, irons in, clerk of the, 275.
-, issues for, 109.
-, Keeper of the change and money and of the coinage of gold and silver, 248.
-, Master and Worker of (sic Warden, p. 411), 34, 112, 118, 165, 219, 301, 306, 310, 394, 396, 405, 428.
-, appointment of, date of, 314.
-, deputy to, 405.
-, fee of, 249.
-, indenture between the King and the, 249, 314, 407.
-, issues for, 269, 411.
-, Melter of, 203; petition for an allowance, 192.
-, meltings of gold and silver, surveyor of, house of in the Tower, 275.
-, mills and presses for India, 39.
-, money, clipped, 33, 52, 281; new, price of, 8.
-, Moneyers in, Comptroller and Provost of the houses of, 353.
-, officers of, 39, 74, 203; oath to be sworn by, 112.
-, penny, silver, coinage of, 314.
-, Principal Officers of, 6, 60, 82, 162, 233, 356, 410, 416.
-, Pyx, trial of the, feast of, 17, 184.
-, seals, graver of, 416.
-, shilling, silver, coinage of, 314.
-, Warden of the, 34, 112, 192, 219, 248, 258, 275; additional clerk to, salary of, 316; allowance to for prosecuting clippers etc., 200; salary of, 306.
-, waste, allowance for money coined from, 203.

Money. See Mintmoney.

Moneyers. See MintMoneyers.

Moors, four, entertainment of, 284.

Mortality, bills of, 141.

Muslins. See Silks.