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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 2, 1667-1668. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1905.

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MacCartney, Hugh, 384.

Mace (the), 3.

Macharty, George, 376.

Mackerell, Robert (stores), 551.

Macklier, Sir John (Swede), 102, 195.

Mackworth, Sir Francis, 308, 382.

Madge, Humfry, King's musician, 556, 593.

Madden, John, a Surveyor General of Woods, 54, 56, 58, 62, 100, 153 (on this side Trent. 177), 495, 500.

Madrid, 596.

Maids of Honour. See Queen.

Maidstone (Kent), 50.

Maitland, John, 2nd Earl of Lauderdale, 15, 152 (pension, 156, 230), 218, 252, 394, 397, 490, 491, 500, 503, 634.
-, -, -, Lord of the Bedchamber, 334, 520, 575, 598.
-, -, - (Lady Dysart, pension), 376, 434, 447, 455, 462, 469.

Mallet, Capt. Thomas, 614, 618.

Malt, 378.

Man, Bishop of, 473, 510, 643.
-, -, Isle of, clergy of, payments to, 473, 487, 510, 633, 643.

Man, John (Wine Act Commissioner), 348, 580.
-, -, -, Excise Farmer, Norfolk, 358.

Manaton, Mr. [? Manton, Nicholas], 153 (petition, 234), 239.
-, -, Pierce, collector of Barnstaple, 107, 150, 214.

Manby, Frances, 377, 600.

Manchester, Earl of. See Montagu, Edward.

Mandeville, Viscount. See Montagu, R.

Manley, Francis, Solicitor [for the Aids], North Wales, 50.

Mann, John, Wine Act Commissioner, 581.

Manning, Edward, 389.

Mansby, Ralph, 540.

Mansell, Francis, pension, 102, 193, 301, 552, 585.

Mansfield and Mansfield Woodhouse (co. Notts), manor of, 387, 430, 615

Manson, Thomas, 137.

Manwaring. Mr., 531.
-, -, Robert, Sub-Commissioner of Excise, South Wales (East Division), 59.

Maplesden (Mapplesdon, Marlozden), Jarvis (Jervice), 168, 180; hire of ships, 570, 569.

Margate (Kent), 86, 88.
-, - Road, 80.

Marine regiments. See Regiments.

Marlborough (Wilts), 89.

Marlegery Grange, 212.

Marlow, Sir John, 432.

Marlozden. See Maplesden.

Marriot (Marryatt), James, 395, 558; Hampton Court, 607, 618.
-, -, Mr., 104.

Marsh, Alphonso, King's musician, 556, 593.
-, -, James, 163, 183.
-, -, Mr., 236.
-, -, Philip, Vintners' Company, 602.
-, - Richard, keeper of Ordnance in the Tower, 547, 599.

Marshal. See Windham, Sir Edm.
-, - men, 472.
-, -, under marshals, 119, 471.

Marshall, Edward (loan), 196.
-, -, -, master mason to the works, 546.
-, -, John, 151, 221, (loan) 543.
-, -, Lady, 266.
-, -, Mr., 102.

Martin (Martyn), Edward, Page of the Presence to Charles I., 566, 592.

Marylebone Park, 358, 366, 390.

Mason, John, 168, 183; a king's musician, 556, 557, 559, 592, 601.
-, -, -, stores, 569.
-, -, Mr., 272, 389 stables, equerry 454, 472.
-, -, -, goldsmith, 414.
-, -,- (litterman), 384.
-, -, Richard (loan), 535, 616, 618.
-, -, Robert, 149.

Massey (Massy), Sir Edward, 229, 305.

Massonet, Dr. Peter, 346, 365; French tutor to the King 589 pension, 620.

Master carpenter, 272; see Davenport, J.
-, - of the Hawks. See Apsley, Sir A.
-, - of the Horse. See Horse.

Masters, Frances (Francis), 337, 573, 576.

Masts, duties on, 188.

Mather (Mathers), John, of Topsham, 354, 581.

Matchel, John (alehouse keeper), 391.

Mathews, Peter, 243.
-, -, Sir Philip, bart., 537.

Matherne manor ("morn"), South Wales (Monmouth), 185, 210.

Maugridge, John, drummer, 559, 606.
-, -, Richard, drummer, 559.

Maundy money, 256, 527.

Maurice. See Morris.

Maux (Maulx), Anthony, Collector of Hearth money, co. Gloucester, 58, 71.

Maxwell, James and Robert, 594 (temp. King James).
-, -, John, Groom of the Chamber to the Queen, 566.
-, -, Mr., 445.

Maxy, Mr., 329.

May, Adr., 74.
-, - Sir Algernoone, Equerry to the Queen, 563, 571.
-, -, Baptist, Keeper of the Privy Purse, 431, 436, 443, 538, 565, 621; for payments to as such see Privy Purse.
-, -, Hugh (loans by, to Government), 194; Paymaster of the Works (for issues to, as Paymaster of the Works, see Works), 2, 17, 19, 21, 23, 28, 32, 76, 82, 91, 92, 105, 110, 131, 136, 138, 143, 152, 164, 175, 223, 227, 234, 235, 238, 243, 246, 251, 261, 276, 282, 285, 336, 348, 352, 463, 527, 530, 536, 546, 639, 641; Comptroller of the Works, 362, 366, 371, 373, 374, 389, 390, 393, 394, 406, 412, 417, 429, 438, 440, 443, 448, 454, 467, 475, 476, 486, 489, 535, 550, 575, 587, 631, 637.
-, -, John (Overseer of His Majesty's woods. Dean Forest) 62, 119, 287, 308, 314, 372, 438, 543, 581, 618, 301.

Mayers, William, hire of ships, 570.

Maynard, Sir John, Serjeant-at-Law, 55, 109, 241, 244, 248, 250, 289, 469, 479, 524, 532, 548, 619, 639; (loan), 172.
-, -, Mr., 41.

Mayne, Dr. Jasper (loans), 180, 543.

Mead, David (loan), 183.
-, -, Mr. (Clerk of the Impost Bills), 128, 334, 347, 448.

Meadows, Sir Thomas, 84.

Mearnes, Samuel, King's bookbinder, 558.

Meath, Earl of. See Brabazon, E.

Measures and weights. See Chaldron; Bowls; Coal.

Meautys, Lieut.-Col. John, 342, 383, 410, 582.

Medlye, Robert, 362.

Meereman, Lord Johan, Ambassador Extraordinary from States General, 517.

Melhuish (Mellish), Mr. (Receiver of King's Revenue, co. Lincoln), 315, 316.
-, -, Robert, 29; of Lincoln, Receiver General of Crown Revenues, Lincoln, 174, 179.
-, -,- (Receiver of Tenths for Lincoln), 18, 23, 37, 43, 52, 192.
-, -, William, 29; merchant, London, Receiver General of Crown Revenues, Lincoln, 174, 179.
-, -, -, of Penryn, Cornwall, 529.

Mell, Abigail, 556, 592.
-, -, David, King's musician, 556, 592.
-, -, Elizabeth, 556, 559, 592.
-, -, Mr., 103.
-, -, Mrs., relict, 242, 592.
-, -, Thomas, King's musician, 559, 592.

Mellesham [? Mellis] (Suffolk), 65.

Meneage (co. Cornwall), 207.

Mennes (Minns, Mints), Sir John, 14, 302, 573.

Mercer, Sir James, 428.

Merioneth, County, 259.
-, -, -, Hearth money Receivers, 46, 221.

Merrick, Sir William (loan), 173.

Messengers of the Chamber, 58.
-, - attending the Treasury, see Gregory, R., 357.
-, - - Exchequer, 19, 61, 87.
-, - - Receipt. See Kipps, T.; Spicer, J.; Bembow, T.; Bembow, R., 365; Vyne, G.

Mews, 95.

Meynell, Francis, Excise Farmer, co. Norfolk, 190, 358.
-, -, Alderman Isaac, of London, goldsmith, 215.
-, -, -, interest account, 12, 70, 72, 98, 99, 101, 113, 119, 156, 181, 253, 256, 299, 304, 310, 508, 509, 524, 639.
-, -, -, loans to Government, 212, 215, 249, 298, 527.
-, -, -, repayment of loans (including tallies delivered to him), 164, 165, 212, 215, 255, 355, 385, 485, 500, 582, 584, 585, 637, 639.

Middlesex County (see London, assignment London sheriffs), 22, 32.
-, - - Excise, 40, 117, 598.
-, - - -, farm of. See London, Excise.
-, - -, Hearth money, 58; Receivers of, 24.
-, - -, Hundreds of, 32.
-, - -, Receivers of Crown lands, 171, 185, 193, 279, 299.
-, - -, Receivers, Commissioners, &c. of Taxes (London and Westminster), 101, 206, 312, 314, 474, 517, 518, 539.
-, -, - Sheriffs. See London.
-, -, -, for disputes as to Aids see Westminster.

Middlesex, Earl of. See Cranfield, L.

Middleton (Midleton, Myddelton, &c.), Captain, 145, 248.
-, -, John, Serjeant at arms, 548, 610.
-, - Sir William, bart., 619.

Midsomer Norton (Somerset), 586, 614.

Milbank (Milbanck), Marke (arrest of, of Newcastle), 60, 88, 91, 93, 189, 255, 277.
-, -, Ralphe, 60 [? erratum for Mark].

Mildmay, Mr., 100.

Militia duty, exemptions from, 566.
-, - money (one month's tax for), 5, 86, 249, 255.
-, - regiments and commissions in, and forces, 204.
-, -, exemption of Exchequer officials from, 319.

Mill, Richard, 615.

Millar, Richard, stores for the Navy, 570.

Miller, Sir Humphrey, Bart., 633.
-, -, Captain John, 569.

Millicent, John, Excise Farmer, co. Cambridge, 106, 190.

Millington, Francis, customs farmer, 189.

Mills, Mr. (justice of peace for Sussex), 171.

Millward (Mylward), Robert, a Council at Law, 501, 639; [Chief Justice of Chester], 37, 74, 81, 90, 201, 260, 288, 422.

Milton Falconbridge (Somerset), 614.

Mines, 59. See Lead, Coal.
-, -, Royalties of, 64, 65, 70, 72.

Minns, Mr., alehousekeeper in the Newmarket [Clare Market, London], 358, 360, 584.

Minns. See Mennes.

Minsterworth (co. Gloucester), 595.

MINT, abuses in diverting bullion from the Mint and in fraudulent dealings in bullion by the Mint officials, 405, 409, 4134, 417, 418, 435, 510, 607.
-, -, accounts, 244.
-, -, Act for encouraging of, or Coinage Act, including money or proceeds of the Customs of the Outports, 1314, 17, 20, 29, 33, 37, 70, 72, 165, 166, 167, 178, 219, 264, 288, 316, 341, 363, 400, 405, 435, 460, 519, 614, 626; 3,000l. per an. for, 431.
-, -, Assay Master and Refiner, 392, 404, 417, 418, 453, 460; see Brattle, Mr.
-, -, coining, 214, 430, 453, 460, 467, 629.
-, -,- of plate privately deposited in, 70.
-, -,- of Dunkirk money. See Dunkirk; Backwell, J.
-, - - -, allowance on, 6.
-, - - of farthings, 302, 308, 333, 346, 353, 365, 373, 381, 3912, 405, 407, 422, 4267, 434, 436, 438, 497, 584; proposals for see Prince Rupert, Palmer, E.
-, -, Comptroller, 308, 392, 404, 460.
-, -, counterfeit coiners, 303, 314, 386, 564, 604.
-, -, grant of 2d. out of coinage to Barbara Villiers, 178, 181.
-, -, gravers of, 244, 245, 431, 434, 435, 524, 541.
-, -, Healing gold. See Healing.
-, -, issues for, 147, 165, 359, 516, 584: and see Mint (Act).
-, -, Master Worker, 165, 353, 542, 614; and see Slingsby, H.
-, -, offices in, question of right of grant of, 219, 230, 517.
-, -, officers of, 13, 26, 182, 346.
-, -, Pix, trial of, 510.
-, -, Warden, 248, 353.

Mitchel (Mitchell), Mrs., 342.

Modiford, Sir Thomas, 251.

Modyford, Mr., 432.

Moelin. See Moulin.

Mohun, Mr., 233.

Moldsworth (Mouldsworth), Col. Guy, 401; 493 warehousekeeper of the Custom House; royal bounty, 604, 605.

Moles, Francis, 162.

Molin. See Moulin.

Molina, Conde de, Ambassador from Spain, 522, 589.

Mollet, Elizabeth, widow, 116.

Monastery. See Chantry lands.

Monck, George, Duke of Albemarle, Earl of Torrington, 15, 18, 199, 230, 232, 308, 316, 355, 358, 383.
-, -, -, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 555, 598.
-, -, -, as a Treasury Lord, passim, 514.
-, -, -, creation money, 78, 184, 268, 307, 504, 516.
-, -, -, keeper of New Park, Hampton Court, 630.
-, -, -, keeper of St. James's Park, 116, 201, 544, 592.
-, -, -, loans to the Government, 165, 534, 541.
-, -, -, Lord General of the Forces, 1, 44, 117, 128, 136, 139, 273, 286, 313, 319, 343, 347, 373, 432; for payments to as such see Army (Paymaster).
-, -, -, Master of the Horse, 26, 127, 272, 544, 593; issues to, for King's Horses, 34, 156, 163, 171, 297, 193, 215, 255, 286, 516, 527, 540.

Money tight in harvest time, 56.

Monmouth County, 81, 201, 205, 208, 251.
-, - -, Judicial circuit, 373.
-, - -, Hearth money, Receivers of, 29, 34, 54, 85, 150, 156, 173, 175.
-, - -, Taxes (Aids, Polls and arrears), Receivers of, 84, 106, 306, 308, 309, 424, 565.
-, - -, sheriffs, 251, 597.

Monmouth, Duke of. See Scott, Sir James.

Monoux, Sir Humfry, of Wootton, co. Beds, discharge of Baronet fee, 205.

Monson (Mounson, Munson), Capt. John, 612
-, -, Sir John, 106, 109, 111, 113, 200.
-, -, styled Lord ? Sir John, 462.

Montagu (Montague, Mountagu), Edward, 1st Earl of Sandwich, 238, 415, 509: Master of the Great Wardrobe, 164, 237, 242, 245, 269, 271, 429, 472, 506, 632: for payments to as such see Wardrobe; Ambassador to Portugal, 456, 57, 116, 122, 127, 573; Embassy to Spain, 245, 524, 577, 617; solicitor to; see Moore, Mr.
-, -, -, 2nd Earl of Manchester, 221, 250, 476, 610, 644.
-, -, -, Viscount Hinchinbroke, afterwards 2nd Earl of Sandwich, 34, 127, 244, 245, 255, 524, 577, 617, 639.
-, -, Ralph, keeper of Richmond Park, 547, 618; a member of the Queen's council, 115, 296; Master of the Horse to the Queen Consort, 644; Ambassador to France, 463, 469, 470, 471, 475, 480, 502, 509, 644.
-, -, Robert, Viscount Mandeville, 164271 (afterwards 3rd Earl of Manchester), 32, 138, 301, 441; a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 441, 468, 471, 566, 585, 630.
-, -, Viscount. See Browne, F.
-, -, Walter, 520.

Montbrun (Monbrun, Mountbrun). See Bellegarde.

Montgomery County, 334.
-, - -, Aids Commissioners, 262.
-, - -, Hearth money, receivers of, 46, 154, 221.
-, - -, Receivers of Taxes, 122, 303, 583.
-, - -, Sheriffs, 69, 91, 244, 247, 253, 292, 300, 346, 398, 5789, 602.

Monthly certificates of accounts, 43; and see Weekly.

Moon (Moone), Mrs., 13, 16, 32, 38, 42, 54, 57, 59, 76, 142, 264, 272, 280, 283.

Moorcock (Moorecock, Morecock, Moorcocke), John, 163, 164, 183, 569.
-, -, Robert, 162, 177, 569.

Moore (Moor), John (Gloucester), 528.
-, -, Jonas, 106, 154, 194, 223.
-, - Mary, 628.
-, -, Mr., 536.
-, -, -, Portsmouth fortifications, 312.
-, - -, Mayor of Berwick, 25.
-, -,- (Solicitor for the Earl of Sandwich), 238, 242.
-, -, Richard, hire of ships, 176, 197, 569.

Moore alias Mora grange, 212.

Moorwood, Chace of (co. Durham), 200.

Mordaunt (Mordant), Henry, 2nd Earl of Peterborough, pension on the Tangier establishment, 156, 230, 238, 304, 309, 339, 562, 573.
-, -, John, 1st Viscount Mordaunt, 133, 595; Constable of Windsor Castle, 19, 240, 246, 428, 610, 614; Governor of same, 547; Poll money, 56, 513; Farmer of the duty of 12d per chaldron on sea coals, 22, 264, 275, 277, 281, 366, 368, 433, 508, 522, 587, 602, 619; for payments to, for Windsor garrison, see Windsor.
-, -, William, secret service, 550.

Morebath (in the Hundred of Bampton), co. Devon, 30.

Morecock. See Moorcock.

Moreton. See Morton.

Morgan, Isaac (of Bristol), 143, 233.
-, -, Mrs. or Miss, 287.
-, -, Sir Thomas, 449, 543.

Morice. See Morrice.

Morillo, Domingo, 169.

Morison. See Morrison.

Morland, Sir Samuel, 335, 422, 467, 472, 476, 576.

Morley, Col., 342.
-, -, George, Bishop of Winchester (loan), 168, 623.
-, -, Capt. John, 612.
-, -, William, 329.

Morocco, 597.
-, -, treaty with Emperor of, 597, 603, 606.

Morrice (Morrys, Maurice, Morice, Morris), Humphry, an Auditor of the Exchequer Court for the counties of Lincoln, Notts, Derby and Chester, 57, 83, 91, 94, 188, 219, 233, 315, 375, 388, 417, 448, 502, 509, 587, 615, 641, 644.
-, -, James, 207.
-, - [John]; see Sir John Prettiman's debt, 338.
-, -, Mr., Farmer of the Post Fines, 297, 317.
-, -, -, Secretary to the Lord Keeper, 438.
-, -, -, Dean Forest affairs, 260.
-, -, -, proposer for the farm of the Irish Revenue, 254, 2567, 261, 271, 275, 276, 278, 285, 291, 352, 389, 393, 412, 416, 447, 451, 464, 465, 597.
-, -, -, 76, 114.
-, -, Nicholas, Secretary to the Ambassadors at Breda, 9, 12, 38, 53, 76, 160, 164, 170, 176, 183, 184, 187, 193.
-, -, Robert, 471.
-, -, Roger, Navy debt, 431.
-, - Sir William, Secretary of State, 86, 93, 125, 135, 141, 172, 211, 236, 256, 257, 366, 391, 424, 509, 610: salary, 613, 622, 642; loans to the Government, 166, 619; Havenor of the Stannary Ports, 380, 600; Baronet fee, 600.
-, - William, son of Secretary Morice, 461, 627.

Morrison (Morison), Robert, 383.

Morton (Moreton), Justice, 301, 330.
-, -, Sir William (lease), 570; loan, 173, 249, 469.

Mose, Francis, Sussex Aids, 537, 538.

Moseley (co. Worcester), 531.

Moseley (Mosely), Nicholas (Receiver of Firehearths, co. Chester), 29, 41, 268, 316, 388, 390, 396, 399, 407, 413, 420, 468, 565, 600, 601, 609.

Mosse, Cyprian, officer in Alienation Office, 591.

Moulin (Moelin, Molin), Dr. du, loan to the Government, 177.
-, - John du (Contractor with Heemskirke), 323, 586.
-, -, Peter du, Board of Trade, 476; Secretary to Standing Council of Trade, 632.

Moulsey, manor of (Surrey), 78.

Mountney, Mr., 61, 516.

Mouse, Mr. William, 409, 413.

Moyle, Sir Walter (Commissioner for Aids, etc., co. Cornwall), 33, 56, 65, 84, 91, 106, 139, 206, 496; Receiver of Aids ibid, 583.
-, -, Sir William, 78.

Mulberry garden. See Streets.

Mulgrave, Earl of. See Sheffield, John.

Mullett, Elizabeth, 383.
-, -, Mrs., 340.

Munford (Munnford), John, merchant, 105, 243, 255.
-, -, Mr., 119.

Munson. See Monson.

Mnster, Bishop of, subsidy in (including tin affairs for), 98, 110 117?, 198, 226, 286, 383; see Tin; Carteret, G.; Glanville, B.; Temple, Sir W.
-, -, -, -, account of the transaction, 199200, 270, 278, 363, 398.

Munster (Ireland), governship of, 523.

Munt, Henry, 166, 199, 203.

Murry (Murray, Murrey), Mr., 143.

Muschamp, William, proposer for Irish revenue farm, 416, 423, 451, 464, 465, 466, 468, 476, 478, 479, 490, 493, 494, 637.

Muscovy [Ambassador to, 111]. See Carlisle, Earl of.
-, - Embassy, 161.

Musgrave (Musgrove), Christopher, 331; searcher of Berwick, 571; son of Governor of Carlisle, 404, 409, 506.
-, -, Sir Philip (Governor of Carlisle Garrison, for payments to as such see Carlisle), 271, 334, 404, 409, 547, 576.

Music, King's band of, 151, 437.

Musicians. See King's musicians.

Mylward. See Millward.