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Mac, Mack or Mc:
-, Macartney, [George], brigadier, regiment of, afterwards Colonel Sutton's:
-, clothing of, expense of sending, to Newcastle, 207.
-, commanded by Colonel Gledhill at the siege of Douay, 441.
-, fresh raised after the battle of Almanza, 155, 441.
-, officers en second of, 156; half pay for, 155.
-, Mackbeth, Thomas, petition for proclamation reward, 376.
-, McCalman, Nichol, chaplain going to Virginia, royal bounty for his passage, 265.
-, McCamack, James, captain, half pay on the Irish Establishment for, 203.
-, McClellan of Bark-lay, Robert, Surveyor of Window duties for Stirlingshire, Dumbartonshire, part of Perthshire and town of Glasgow, 508.
-, Maconchi, William, chaplain going to Maryland, passage money for, 478, 597.
-, MacDonald, _, captain en second in Kerr's regiment, half pay for, 156.
-, McGill, John, lieutenant, petition for half pay on the Irish Establishment, 197.
-, McGrath (Margrath), James, captain, payment to, for seizure of Colonel John Rice, 512.
-, Mackay (Mackey, Macky, Makey), Bridget, royal bounty for, 555.
-, -, John, merchant, petitioner, 572.
-, -, John, Director of the Flanders packet boats:
-, Agent for, at Ostend, 226.
-, at Ostend, 199.
-, contract with, terms of, 225.
-, in Flanders, 225, 226.
-, payment to, for loss of a packet boat, 225.
-, petition of, reports on, 225, 226.
-, Mackenzie (Meckenzie, McKenzie, McKinzie), Colin, Clerk of the Pipe, Scotland, 275, 545; additional salary, 363.
-, -, George, Earl of Cromarty, Lord Justice General of Scotland, additional allowance, 414; petition of, re fishing on the river Conna, 369.
-, -, William, captain en second in Wightman's regiment, half pay for, 155.
-, McKinzie of Reidcastle, Murdo, Surveyor of Window duties for part of the shires of Inverness, Ross, Sutherland and Cromarty, Isles of Lewis, Skye, &c., appointment and salary, 508.
-, McKiver (McKeiver), David, disabled soldier, petition for arrears of pay, 327, 571.
-, MacMahon, Terence, petition of, 483.
-, McMorran, James, chaplain going to Maryland, passage money for, 205.
-, Macknamare, Thomas, issue to, to enable him to go to Portugal, 150.
-, Mackpheadris, John, merchant, petitioner, 572.
-, McPhierson, Daniel, appointed tidewaiter at Fort William, 216.
-, Mackworth, Sir Humphrey, claim by, to effects of D. Peck, 217, 310.

Macclesfield, co. Cheshire, mayor of, payments to, 400, 492; preacher for, stipend of, 400.

Mace, duties on. See Custom—duties.

Mace, Connoway, lieutenant en second in Gorge's regiment, half pay for, 156.

Machado, Mr., bread supplied to the Army in the Low Countries by, payment for, 279.

Machin, Mrs., clerk under Rowland Holt (Customs) and friend of Robert Paul, 79.
-, -, John, [official in the Custom House], attestation of, 81; complaint to, 67.

Machir, Edward, instruction in business of the Customs for, 198.

Maddocks (Madocks), Thomas, appointed a receiver of the Million and a Half Lottery, 1, 133.

Madrid, 162, 208, 299; British army at, 394; officer imprisoned at, 394.

Maelerland (Maeterland), ship at, 335.

Maes, the, and the Rhine, garrisons between, 279.

Maffei, Count, memorial from, 29.

Maghlin, Robert, captain, report from Ireland on, 510.

Magistrates of Aberdeen. See Aberdeen.

Magny, [Constantine de], colonel, regiment of, discontinued, 286; officer of, payment to, 210, 211; offreckonings of, payment out of, 286.

Mahony, _, lieutenant general, his regiment of dragoons in the French service, 394.
-, -, Bryan, ensign en second in Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 156.

Maidman, _, lieutenant en second in Portmore's regiment, half pay for, 155.

Maids of Honour. See Royal Bedchamber.

Mailleray, Isaac de, pension for, 538.

Mails, lost, 226; roads for, 18.

Maister, William, petition for leave to unlade cargo, 233.

Maitland, [James], lieutenant general, Governor of Fort William, petition for allowance of "ransom paid for provisions", 165; report on, 592.
-, -, John, 5th Earl of Landerdale, letters to, 350, 383.
-, -, Robert, surgeon's mate in Catalonia, pay for, 232.

Makey. See under Mac.

Malaga, Spain, exportation of foreign corn to, 116.

Malet. See Mallet.

Malines, Belgium, sacks of flour from, loss on, 561.

Mallet (Malet), [Baldwin], Receiver General of Taxes, co. Somerset, 217.
-, -, William, petition to compound his father's debt as Receiver General of Taxes for co. Somerset, 217; petition for stay of process, 469, 572, 592.

Malt, exportation of, 116; importation of, case re, 504; from Ireland, law prohibiting, 158.

Malt, Excise duties on (as by Acts 8 and 9 Wm. III, c. 21; 9 and 10 Wm. III, c. 8; 13 and 14 Wm. III, c. 5, 1 Anne, St. 2, c. 3; 2 and 3 Anne, c. 2; 3 and 4 Anne, c. 7; 4 and 5 Anne, c. 7; 6 Anne, c. 4, c. 5; 7 Anne, c. 3; 8 Anne, c. 3):
-, arrears of (for several years), payments out of, 237 (4), 318(3), 342.
-, debt for, 167.
-, deficiency of, account of, required, 485.
-, Exchequer fees and porterage on, 219.
-, loans (anno 1708), issue out of, 147; (anno 1709), issue out of, 147; (anno 1710), credit of 650,000l. authorised by Parliament, 284, issues out of, 157, 163, 247, 284, 342.
-, office, salary and incident bills, 218, 328, 344, 471, 486.
-, tallies and orders, (anno 1708), discount of, 576, issues out of and loans on, 22, 303, 326; (anno 1709), issues out of and loans on, 8, 125, 172, 177, 295; (anno 1710), 15, 19, 25, 338.

Malt Lottery. See Lotteries.

Malthus, Roger, established watchman, London port, resigned, 354.

Maltsters, and the Candle duties, 253; frauds by, at Sandwich, 227.

Man, Isle of:
-, poor ministers of, annuity or pension of, issue, 37, 364, 538; trustees for, 364, 538.
-, tobacco exported to, account of, required, 175; illegal trade in, memorial of merchants, representation of the Board of Trade and Order in Council re, 151, 179.

Man, Nicholas, Queen's waiter, London port, appointment and salary, 360, 370.

Manaton (Mannaton), Francis, Receiver General of duties on Houses and Land Tax (Assessments) for Cornwall, 138, 501.

Manchester, co. Lancaster, 120.

Mandall, Magnus, master of the Einigkeit or Unity, 143.

Manley (Manly), Mr., petitioner, 572.
-, -, Isaac, Deputy Postmaster of Ireland, petition for additional salary or a pension, 147, 572.
-, -, John, landwaiter, London port, 160.
-, -, John, Surveyor General of Crown Lands. See Crown Lands.
-, -, John, appointed Plantation and Western Clerk, 159.

Mannaton. See Manaton.

Manning, Elizabeth, relict of Thomas, petition for lease of the manor of Brigstock, 222.
-, -, Francis, Secretary to the Republic of the Grisons, payments to, ordinary, 530; extraordinaries, 532, 533.
-, -, Thomas, 222.

Manningtree, co. Essex, increased business at, 291; waiter and searcher at, 291.

Manors (lordships, honors). And see Royal Honors and Manors.
-, named:
-, Beverley.
-, Bray.
-, Brigstock.
-, Byfleet.
-, Cookham.
-, Greenwich, East.
-, Hallowford alias Halford.
-, Hampton Court.
-, Havering atte Bower.
-, King's Cliffe.
-, Little Weldon.
-, London, St. James.
-, Mansfield.
-, Newington Barrow.
-, Richmond.
-, Ryme Intrinseca.
-, Salthouse.
-, Thorpe.
-, Walton Leigh.
-, Weybridge.

Mansell (Mansel), _, captain, deceased, daughter of. See Rawson, M.; pension of, petition for arrears of, 582.
-, -, Ann, petitioner, 582.
-, -, Frances, royal bounty for, 555.
-, -, Francis, executors of, annuity payment to, 468.
-, -, Francis, captain, pension granted by Charles II to, arrears on, 437.
-, -, Rachel, royal bounty for, 555.
-, -, Sir Thomas, bart., 589.
-, Comptroller of the Household, discharge for plate, 89, 107, 522.
-, Treasury Commissioner, 34–113, passin.

Mansergh, John, tidesurveyor of Deal port, dismissed, 215, 270; petition to be reinstated, 215, 605.

Mansfield, co. Notts., manor of, grant of, 132.

Manson, James, captain, half pay on the Irish Establishment for, 203.

Mar (Marr), _, Exchequer process against, 586.
-, -, Pete de, lieutenant en second in Stewart's regiment, half pay for, 155.
-, -, Rowland, a gamekeeper for the royal game in cos. Bucks. and Berks. and manors of Cookham and Bray, his salary and livery, 142.

Mar, Earl of. See Erskine, John.

Mara and Mondrein, forest of. See Delamere.

Marancin, Helene de, pension for, 184.

Margrath. See McGrath.

Marine, Francis, the younger, trumpeter, Scotland, 229.

Marine Regiments. Cp. Army—Five thousand men for Sea Service.
-, Carmarthen's, company of, disbanded, 261.
-, Churchill's, clearings, issue for, 365.
-, clearings, 146, 342, 365.
-, clothing for, 261; memorial re, 572.
-, Commander-in-Chief of (Lieutenant General W. Seymour), 391.
-, detachment of, taken prisoner at Denia Castle, 213.
-, Establishment, arrears on, issue for, 26, 342; regiment removed from, 325.
-, for New England, medicines for, 223.
-, four hundred soldiers going on the present expedition, 13, 237.
-, General Officer (Lieutenant General W. Seymour), 391.
-, Holt's, clearings, issue for, 365.
-, issues for. See below Paymaster.
-, lieutenants of, payments to, 43, 251, 435.
-, medicines for, 223.
-, muster rolls, 365.
-, officers:
-, going on the present expedition, 13, 237.
-, non-commissioned, issue for, 435.
-, on shore, 220.
-, prisoners of war, 435.
-, recruiting, 146, 213.
-, subsistence, 13, 140, 146, 237.
-, two thirds pay, 140, 146, 220.
-, offreckonings, 251, 261.
-, on shore, 146, 220, 435.
-, pay, two thirds, issues for, 2, 3, 43, 140, 146, 220, 366, 384, 435.
-, Paymaster of (Walter Whitfield):
-, account of respits presented by, 38.
-, attending the Treasury, 38, 43, 102, 103.
-, clerk to, 103.
-, issues and payments to, 3, 5, 27, 30, 140, 146, 158, 213, 220, 237, 342, 365, 366, 384, 435.
-, letter to, 325.
-, loan to, 146.
-, loans by, 2, 43, 48, 434, 435.
-, memorial by, 365.
-, tallies and orders, assigned to, 43, 213, 435.
-, pressing services, loans for, 146, 365.
-, prisoners of war in France and Spain, 43, 213, 435.
-, recruits for, issues and loans for, 43, 146, 213, 220, 435; money advanced out of Land Tax for, 5, 158.
-, respits, 38, 146, 213.
-, Seymour's (Her Majesty's Own Regiment of Marines), 325.
-, arrears of, 325.
-, removed from the Marine Establishment, 325.
-, seven companies of:
-, clearings, issue for, 26, 342.
-, encamped on the Isle of Wight, 39, 421, 455.
-, necessaries for, issue for, 340.
-, on the Establishment of 5,000 men for sea service, 303, 340, 421, 455, 502.
-, ordered on the expedition under Lord Shannon, 26, 342.
-, ordered on shipboard, 303.
-, subsistence for, 39, 303, 340, 421, 455, 502.
-, Shannon's, four companies of, clearings, 365.
-, Shovell's, lieutenants of, 251.
-, subsistence, 3, 13, 30, 43, 140, 146, 213, 220, 237, 303, 366, 384, 421, 435, 502.
-, the six, 213; officers of, recruiting, 146, 213; offreckonings, 213.
-, two old regiments, accounts of, 433; commissary of musters to. See Douglas, E.; Deputy Commissary to. See Gillard, G.
-, Wills's, clearings, 365.

Markes. See Marks.

Markets and fairs. See Romford.

Markland, Anne, royal bounty for, 400; daughter of. See Carlisle, S.

Marks (Markes), Esther, affidavit of, re clandestine trade, 430.
-, -, John, an executor and surety of John Smith, petition of, 278.

Marlborough, Countess dowager of. See Ley, Margaret.

Marlborough, Duchess of. See Churchill, Sarah; Duke of. See Churchill, John.

Marmion, Henry, petition for employment, 572.

Marriages, duties on (as by 6–7 Wm. and Mary, c. 6, continued by 8–9 Wm. III, c. 20), arrears of, receiver of, 543; receipts from, applied to deficient funds, 236, 315, 345, 386.

Marriott (Marriot), Richard, lease obtained clandestinely by, 372.
-, -, Thomas, Clerk of Pleas in the Exchequer Court, his fee, 402.

Marsh lands. See Lands.

Marshall, Joseph, petitioner, 529.

Marshall Prison. See London and Westminster (Prisons).

Marsse. See Masse.

Martin (Martyn), Mr., appeal by, 7.
-, -, Mr., et al., petition of, 335.
-, -, David, petition for permit to import silk, 165, 170.
-, -, Elizabeth, Cambridge carrier, bills on, 71; Cp. Norton.
-, -, Joseph, Surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. Bucks., appointment and salary, 445.
-, -, Richard, ensign en second in Gorge's regiment, half pay for, 156.
-, -, Richard, a Commissioner of Stamps, new commission, 307.
-, -, Stephen, captain of H.M.S. Russell, bounty for bringing home gold from Portugal, 555.
-, -, Thomas, appointed waiter, searcher and riding officer at Bourne and Pevensey, 353.

Martin of Burntbray, Robert, Surveyor of Window Duties for Aberdeenshire, Banffshire and all the water of Spey, 508.

Mary II, Queen of England, and estate of George, Prince of Denmark, 519, 520; warrant by, 282.

Mary Elizabeth, Princess of Holstein, 519.

Maryland:
-, chaplains going to, 205, 478, 597.
-, collectors of, 320.
-, schoolmaster going to, 478.
-, tobacco trade with, 179.
-, And see Potomac, South.

Mascall, John, bond for H. Johnson, 198.
-, -, Margaret, widow of John, petition re Customs debt, 198, 581.

Masham, _. colonel, regiment of, Carabine belts for, 229; in Ireland, 229.
-, -, Abigail, Woman of the Bedchamber, payments to, 181, 313, 398, 488.
-, -, Samuel, Groom of the Bedchamber to George, Prince of Denmark, annual allowance to, annulled, 450.

Mashrother (Masrother), George, Surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. York, E.R., appointment and salary, 445, 518.

Mason, _, memorial re, 598.
-, -, Charles, Receiver (Treasurer) and Paymaster of the Transport Service:
-, accounts of, state of, 54.
-, attending the Treasury, 47, 51, 53, 54.
-, debt of, to the Crown, 47, 51, 54, 108; to the Newels, 51, 54.
-, Exchequer process against, 47, 68, 458, 463; stay of, 215, 391.
-, letter from, read at the Treasury, 68.
-, -, George, merchant of Bristol, petition re demand for interest on tobacco duty bonds, 553.
-, -, [Hugh], Collector of Hull, allowance in accounts of, for incidents, 58, 61(2), 62, 69.
-, -, John, Macer of Justiciary, Scotland, payment to, 229.

Masrother. See Mashrother.

Massachusetts Bay, revenue of, instructions for taking up money from, for the expedition under Colonel Nicholson, 267.

Masse alias Marsse, Thomas, prisoner in Newgate, fined for stealing lead, 263; petition for discharge, 191.

Massue de Ruvigny, Henri de, Earl of Galway, 278, 394(2):
-, appointments by, 259, 356.
-, bills drawn by, 213.
-, General of the Army in Portugal, his pay account as, 452.
-, Irish and Spanish regiments formed by, 98.
-, letters to, 350, 498; mentioned, 427.
-, orders and directions from and to, 6, 17, 23, 28, 55, 162, 224.
-, regiment of dragoons of:
-, agent to. See Boyer, Mr. horses (remounts) for, 9, 209, 210.
-, money for, 9.
-, officers of, 204, 294.
-, subsistence for, 209.
-, state of exceedings in Spain and Portugal for, 100.

Massy, _. captain en second in Hill's regiment, half pay for, 156.

Master Gunner of Great Britain (J. Pendlebury), patent, 523.

Master and Assistant Master of the Ceremonies. See Ceremonies.

Master of the Horse. See Seymour, Charles, Duke of Somerset.

Masters, Harcourt, ship's agent, petition for permit to unlade cargo, 121.

Masts, importation of, 117, 171, 191, 312, 335, 476, 486; for the Navy. See Navy.

Matison. See Mattison.

Matterson. See Mattison.

Matthews (Mathews, Mathew, Matthew) _, Quartermaster, payment to, for necessaries for the Guards, 183.
-, -, _, petitioner, 574.
-, -, Benjamin, Receiver General of Taxes, cos. Northampton and Rutland, petitions of, for extraordinary charges and for re-employment, 511, 522, 572, 592, 601.
-, -, Scare, lieutenant en second in Stewart's regiment, half pay for, 155.

Mattinson, John, master of the Fortune, 119.

Mattison (Matterson, Matison), James, [a clerk] in the office of the Secretary of Customs:
-, death (suicide) of, 59, 60, 61, 71, 74, 75.
-, frauds by, confession and examination of D. Richardson re, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 66, 69, 70, 74, 75.
-, signatures of Customs Commissioners forged by, 61, 62, 71.

Matucof. See Artamonovic.

Mauduit, Peers, Windsor Herald, 364.

Mawson, Charles, Chester Herald, 364.

Maxwell, Sir Patrick, surety, petition for discharge, 144, 592.
-, -, Thomas, tidewaiter at Leith, dismissed, 169.

May, Baptist, a trustee for Henry, Earl of St. Albans, 240.
-, -, John, chaplain going to Virginia, passage money for, 118.

May Island, Firth of Forth, Customs Establishment for, 409.

Maynard, Grey, Yeoman of the Removing Wardrobe at Whitehall, and keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at St. James's, additional pay for, 260.

Mayne, William, appointed tidesman at Newcastle, 472.

Maynwaring (Manwaring, Mainwaring), Arthur, Auditor of Imprests. See Imprests.

Mead, _, goldsmith at Temple Bar, 63, 71.
-, -, John, Deputy Paymaster to the Army Abroad (at Barcelona, in Catalonia):
-, accounts of, allowance in, 498; charges to, 247; inspection of, 6, to be transmitted once in two months, 41, 427.
-, bills drawn by, 10, 19, 25, 136, 166, 208, 220, 246, 299, 358, 442; bills payable to, 150.
-, to explain how exceedings have accrued, 91.
-, levy money certified by, 285.
-, loans by, petition re, 457.
-, six Catalan regiments and, 92.
-, -, Richard, father of John, petition of, 457, 572, 592, 601.
-, -, Richard, petition to be collector of Deal, 591.
-, -, Richard, junior, appointed one of the Managers and Directors of the Lottery for continuing part of the Duties on Coals, &c., to raise 1,500,000l., 129.
-, -, William, tidesman at Topsham, deceased, 160.

Meadows, Sir Phillip, a Commissioner for Trade:
-, arrears due to, 308, 572, 573.
-, Customs debt paid by, 572, 573.
-, his house and ground in Whitehall, 335.
-, letter from, mentioned, 573.
-, petition of, 308.
-, salary, 226, 392.
-, security for R. Meadows, a kinsman, collector of Colchester, 308, 572, 573.
-, -, Sir Phillip, junior, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Emperor of Germany, payments to, for extraordinaries, 393; ordinary, as Envoy, 393, as Plenipotentiary, 393.
-, -, Robert, Collector of Colchester, deceased, his Customs debt, 308, 572, 573.

Mearns [Kincardineshire], Surveyor of Window Duties for. See Wedderburn of Dundee, A.

Mears, Scotland, Surveyor of Window Duties for. See Seton of Prestonpans, A.

Mears, Jacob, petitioner against Mr. Dummer, 571.
-, -, John, junior, mariner, appointed mate of the Calshot sloop, 160.
-, -, Samson, petitioner against Mr. Dummer, 571.

Mearyweather, M., merchant, permit to reduce imported brandy to proof, 251.

Measures, inspection of, 6.

Meath, bishop of. See Moreton, W.; Tennison, R.

Meckenzie. See Mackenzie.

Mecklenberg, Duke of, Envoy Extraordinary from. See Sande, J. von.

Medals:
-, healing. See Healing.
-, issued from the Jewel House, 223.
-, of George, Prince of Denmark, value of, 519.
-, of Scotland, J. Anderson's work on. See Anderson, J.

Medcalf, _, Collector of Southampton, 320.

Medicines, See Army, Marines, Navy, Sick and Wounded.

Medina, _, son of Sir Solomon, contractor for bread and bread waggons, petition of, 463.
-, -, Mr., contractor for bread and bread waggons:
-, accounts of, 12.
-, attending the Treasury, 11, 91.
-, extraordinaries due to, payment of, 3.
-, memorials and petitions, 3, 12, 91, 483.
-, payment to, 20.
-, -, Abel de, bill of extraordinary charges of Sir Solomon submitted to the Duke of Marlborough by, 561.
-, -, Moses (Moses de), contractor for bread and bread waggons, payment to, 217; petitioner, 592, 597.
-, -, Sir Solomon, contractor for bread and bread waggons, 463. accounts of, to be made up, 597.
-, certificate of performance of his contracts, required, 597.
-, his losses during the 1708 campaign, payment of, 130, 172; statement of, 561, 562.
-, payments to, 11, 130, 172, 223, 284(2).
-, petition in behalf of, 483.
-, tallies and orders assigned to, 284.

Medlicott, Charles, Commissary of Provisions in Portugal, payment to, for pay and contingencies, 207.

Medway, river, quarantine in, 121.

Meek, John, appointed tidesman in Cowes port, 160.

Mein, Patrick, Collector of Deal, deceased, 440.

Melcombe Regis. See Weymouth.

Melling, Francis, a clerk employed in writing proclamations, reports, &c., petition, 464.

Memel, Germany, not infected by plague, 171; ships from, 119, 142, 143, 171.

Menardiere, John, proposal by, 572.

Mendez, Jasper (Gasper), merchant of Rotterdam, petition of heirs and infants of, re seizure of the King and David and her cargo of wine, 149, 169, 268.

Menin, Flanders, siege of, officer killed at, 434; Sir S. Medina's exchange losses at, 562.

Mercer (Mercier), Claudius, lieutenant of Galway's regiment, deceased, 294.
-, -, John, captain en second in Portmore's regiment, half pay for, 155.
-, -, Martha, widow of Claudius, allowance on the Irish Establishment for, 294.
-, -, Thomas, account certified by, for the Bank of England, 424.

Merchant, Hugh, lead stolen from house of, 263.

Merchant seamen, sixpence per month deduction out of wages of, for Greenwich Hospital, 214; Receiver of (T. Reynold), 407.

Merchants, consulted as to rates of Exchange, 504; of London. See London; tin reserved for, 44.

Mercier. See Mercer.

Meredith, John, Surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. Denbigh, appointment and salary, 447.
-, -, Thomas, brigadier, major general and lieutenant general, serving in Flanders in 1708, additional pay for, 396; aide de camp to, payment for, 397.

Meret, _, 17.

Meriden, Thomas, cornet en second in Pearce's regiment, half pay for, 155.

Meriel, Merill. See Merrill.

Merionethshire:
-, Chief Justice of. See Hook, J.
-, House Duties, Surveyor of. See Gwilliam, T.
-, Land Tax (Assessments), Receiver General of. See Casswell, J.
-, Second Justice of. See Jessop, W.

Meriton, Henry:
-, Cashier and Receiver General of Excise, 304, 352.
-, Comptroller of Excise, appointment, 23.
-, his fees and porterage charges on Excise and Malt money, payment of, 352, 512; petition for, 219, 352, 449.
-, petitioner, 592, 601.

Merrick, Benjamin, waiter and searcher at Fareham, deceased, 160.
-, -, James, preferment for, petition and recommendation for, 572.
-, -, William, master of the Catherine, transport ship, 442.

Merrill (Meriel, Merryl, Merill, Merriel, Merrell, Merryll, Meryel, Meryll. Morrill), _, agent or deputy to J. Howe, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons:
-, accounts of, weekly, 44.
-, attending the Treasury, 29, 33, 39, 49, 54, 96, 102, 460.
-, certificate by, 385.
-, estimate of the charge of the Isle of Wight encampment required from, 90.
-, loans by, applications and proposals for, 30, 33, 39, 97.
-, memorials presented by, 29, 33, 56.
-, "seems to make unnecessary difficulties in transacting" business, 460.

Merriott, Michael, captain en second in Kerr's regiment, half pay for, 156.

Messengers:
-, attending Agents for Taxes. See Taxes.
-, of the Chamber. See Chamber
-, of the Exchequer Receipt. See Exchequer Receipt.
-, of the House of Commons. See Parliament—Commons.
-, to the Printing Press. See Printing Press.

Metcalfe (Metcalf), George, captain lieutenant in Sutton's regiment, half pay for, 156.
-, -, Richard, mariner, petition for payment of bills, 126.
-, -, Thomas, coiner, apprehended, 471.
-, -, William, Surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. York, W.R., appointment and salary, 445.

Methuen (Methwyn), Mr., petition, 52, 113, 592.
-, -, Paul, Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Portugal, payment of his ordinary and extraordinaries, 371.

Meyers, _, captain of the Prince George of Copenhagen, frauds by, 304.

Meyram, John, lieutenant of foot, allowance on the Irish Establishment for, 259.

Michel, Herman, master of the Flying Eagle, 505.

Micklethwayt (Micklethwaite, Micklethwayte), Thomas, Treasurer and Paymaster of the Transport Service, 68.
-, issues to, 140, 143, 163, 190.
-, leave of absence for, 84, 469.
-, loans by, 143, 163.
-, tallies and orders assigned to, 190, 551.

Mico, Richard, petition for lease of Ermitage Common, 170.

Middelburg (Middleburg), Flanders, ships of, 319.

Middle Marsh in Holme, q.v.

Middleburg. See Middleburg.

Middlesex:
-, Auditor of, and estreats of the manor of Hampton Court, 23.
-, House Duties in, arrears of, 41; Receiver General of. See Fazakerley, Sir W.; Surveyors of (T. Bavand, G. Brown B. Edwards, J. Harwood, J. Hougill, F. Lowndes, J. Twistleton, R. Watkins, M. Woolrich), appointments and salaries, 446.
-, Land Tax (Assessments) in, arrears of, accounts and collection of, 39, 41, 427; Receiver General of. See Fazakerley, Sir W.

Middleton, Alexander, Collector of Wells port, appointed landwaiter at Lynn Regis, 354.
-, -, George, payment to, 488.
-, -, John, captain en second in Kerr's regiment, half pay for, 156.

Midlothian, parts of, Surveyor of Window Duties in. See Oliphant of Linlithgow, W.; Seaton of Preston Pans, A.

Mighells, _, captain of H.M.S. Hampton Court, 9.

Mikalier, John, a poor Hungarian minister, royal bounty for, 230.

Milford, co. Pembroke, collector of, 572.

Millart, Roger, Clerk to the Agents for Taxes, payment to, 224, 352.

Miller, Arthur, father of, judgment against, 457; petition of, 457, 592.
-, -, John, lieutenant, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 204.
-, -, (Milner), Robert, Clerk of the Mint in Edinburgh, expense of attendance at the trial of the Pix, 450; petition for allowances for service relating to the recoinage in Scotland, 467, 591.
-, -, Stephen, captain, half pay on the Irish Establishment, 203.

Millicent, John, Receiver General of Taxes for Cambridge and Ely, petition for extraordinary charges, 518, 601.

Million and Million and a half Lotteries. See Lotteries.

Millner. See Milner.

Mills. See Byfleet, Corn mills, Weybridge.

Mills, George, petition for admission into Chelsea Hospital, 571.

Millward, Edward, porter attending the Exchequer Gate, allowance, 484.
-, -, See also Milward.

Milner (Millner, Mylner), James:
-, attending the Treasury, 101, 102.
-, letter to, 327.
-, loans and remittances by, for the forces in Portugal, 50, 101, 102, 327, 442.
-, memorials, 327, 572.
-, tallies and orders assigned to, 50, 442.
-, -, John, consul at Lisbon, petition for payment for his service as, 572.
-, -, John, surgeon's mate, pay, 232.
-, -, See also Miller, R.

Milreis and Reis, 10, 17, 96, 170, 272, 350; exchange rate of, 136, 171, 195, 196, 214, 225, 247; taken from pirates, 389.

Miltown, co. Louth, town and lands, 388.

Milward, Edward, appointed riding officer for the wool business at Rottingdean, 353.
-, -, See also Millward.

Minas. See Das Minas.

Minchew, Thomas, appointed tidewaiter at Leith, 169.

Minehead, co. Somerset, French ship seized at, 133.

Mines (Royal Mines). See Coal mines; Jamaica.

Mint, The (Mint in the Tower):
-, Assaymaster, 438, salary of, 439; and see Borthwick, J.; Penman, J.
-, clerk at, 94.
-, country mints, the five, conveyance of their Pixes for trial, 351.
-, expenses of, payable out of Coinage duty, 301, 550.
-, Indenture of, salaries of officers under, 438.
-, issue for, 301.
-, master and worker, accounts of, 389; and see Newton, Sir I.
-, money:
-, coinage of:
-, guineas coined from pirates' gold, 389.
-, moidores recoined into English money, 105.
-, proposal to coin copper farthings and half pence, 522, 568.
-, recoinage of Scotch money. See Edinburgh—mint.
-, counterfeiters and diminishers of:
-, prosecution of (as by Act 7 Anne, c. 20), charges for, 193, 401; directions for, 31; officer for (R. Weddell), 193; salary, 401.
-, rewards for apprehending, 468.
-, for export, 587; seizure of, 290, 503, 523.
-, hammered. See Customs—duties (paper).
-, moneyers of, money due to, for the recoinage in Scotland, 550, 605; Provost of. See Braint, J.
-, Office, report dated at, 351.
-, order and method of, Edinburgh mint reorganised in, 274, 438.
-, plate in, 438(2).
-, Pix, trial of, 36.
-, Principal Officers (Officers) of:
-, and trial of the Pix of Scotland, 4, 351.
-, attending the Treasury, 36, 43(2), 51, 591.
-, directed to discover and prosecute counterfeiters, 31.
-, Indenture of the Mint at Edinburgh to be drafted by, 383.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 4, 127, 143, 264, 383, 438, 522, 593, 601.
-, permit for, to use Ordnance crane, 387.
-, reports by, 351, 467, 572, 574, 576, 585, 591, 593.
-, Scotland. See Edinburgh.
-, Surveyor of Meltings, office of, 438.
-, Teller, office of, 438.
-, tin at, security for loan, 27.
-, Warden of (C. Peyton), attending the Treasury, 43; bills for prosecuting counterfeiters allowed by, 193, 401; matters referred to, 438, 522.
-, Weigher, office of, 438.

Missionaries, to the Six Indian Nations, 272, 276, 341, 456, 586.

Mitchell, Mr., Examiner of the Outports Books, Customs, 77; visits Richardson in prison, 68, 78.
-, -, Alexander, petition for release of ships from quarantine, 492, 528.
-, -, Sir David, Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod, deceased, 361, 377.
-, -, John, petitioner for a pension in Ireland, 381.
-, -, Joseph, son of Sir Michael, petitions of, for office of corrector of the Press in Ireland or barrack master of Ballinglogh, 261, 262, for a pension, 305; royal bounty for, 41, 425.
-, -, Mary or Margaret, on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 218.
-, -, Sir Michael, his services at the Revolution, 261, 305, 425.
-, -, Thomas, assault upon, 293.

Mobbs, George, tidesman, London port, dismissed, 194.

Mockford, John, waiter and searcher at Ramsgate, deceased, 417.

Moffat, Agnes, relict of Mr. Semple, on the Charity Roll, Scotland, 218.

Mohawk (Mohaques) River, New York, America, proposed settlement of Palatines on, 148.

Mohun, Charles, Lord Mohun, regiment of, assignments on, for clothing, 219.

Moidores (Moydas, Moyedas, Moydars), 6, 9, 10, 105, 111, 214, 504.

Molesworth, John, a Commissioner of Stamps, 307.
-, -, John, Envoy Extraordinary to the Great Duke of Tuscany and Republic of Genoa, payment to, for equipage and ordinary, 313, 355.
-, -, Richard, Comptroller of Customs, Newcastle on Tyne, patent surrendered, 496.
-, -, [Richard, afterwards 3rd Viscount Molesworth], regiment of, encamped in the Isle of Wight, 39; subsistence for, 39, 421, 501.

Moletaker in Richmond New Park, See Badger, H.
-, -, Thomas, extraordinary watchman, London port, appointed established watchman, 472.

Monckton, Robert, a Commissioner for Trade, 226.

Mondrein forest. See Delamere.

Money:
-, Brabant. See Brabant.
-, foreign. See Foreign coins.
-, New York. See New York.
-, Piedmont. See Sols.
-, Scotch, recoinage of. See Edinburgh—mint.
-, And see Coins, Mint.

Money Orders, lost, warrant to innovate, 205, 208.

Monjoy. See Mountjoy.

Monmouthshire:
-, extended estate of J. Sansom in, 540, 558.
-, House duties in, Surveyor of. See Taylour, J.
-, Land Tax (Assessments) in, Receiver General of. See Casswell, J.

Mons, Belgium, siege of, waggons for, 135.

Montagu (Montague, Mountague), Charles, Earl of Halifax, Auditor of the Exchequer Receipt, 196.
-, allowance to, for extraordinary service in his office, 558.
-, attending the Treasury, 16.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 363, 582.
-, memorial of, re water supply at Hampton Court, 269.
-, recommendation by, 569.
-, See also Exchequer Receipt.
-, -, Christopher, a Commissioner of Excise, new commission, 293, 464; a Manager of the Duties on Candles, 293; recommendation by, 569.
-, -, George, Warden, Governor and Chief Ranger of Salcey Forest, fee of, 528; petition for repair of lodges and mounds, 329, 395.
-, -, Sir James, Solicitor General and Attorney General:
-, appointment as Attorney General, determined, 454.
-, clerks employed by, petition of, 464.
-, pension for, 68, 454, 456, 497, petition for, 592, 601.
-, petition referred to, 219.
-, report by, 298.
-, salary as Attorney General, 398; as Solicitor General, 398.
-, warrants to, 145, 263, 265, 293, 311, 418.
-, -, John, of Lincolns Inn, Register and Comptroller and Accomptant of the Duties on Apprentices, appointment and salary, 252; death of, 564.
-, -, John, Duke of Montagu, Master of the Great Wardrobe. See Wardrobe, Great.
-, -, Robert, Surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. Kent, appointment and salary, 446.
-, -, Robert, petition for a place, 572.

Montandre (Montandier), Francis, Marquis de:
-, petition of, 276, 425, 581. regiment of:
-, arms for, unfit for service, 276.
-, captains of, stoppage out of their arrears, 276.
-, clothing for, payment for, 286.
-, discontinued, 286, 425.
-, drafts from, for Farrington's regiment, 553.
-, embarked for Spain (1706), 276.
-, lieutenant colonel of. See Campbell, _.
-, muster rolls, 505.
-, new establishment, 289, 339.
-, new raising, 136, 425.
-, non-commissioned officers and men, pay of, applied to fund for maintenance of prisoners taken at Almanza, 425.
-, officers of, recruiting charges of, 425.
-, offreckonings, 286.
-, subsistence for, 45, 136, 357, 433, 505.

Montgomery, county of:
-, House Duties in, Surveyor of. See Francis, S.
-, Land Tax (Assessments), Receiver General of, 398; and see Powell, C.
-, Second Justice of. See Pocklington, J.

Montgomery, Earl of. See Herbert, Thomas.

Montgomery (Montgomerie), Joseph, riding officer at East Guildford, incapable, 354.
-, -, Thomas, a Macer of Justiciary, Scotland, 227; death of, 121.
-, -, of Giffin, John, appointed Master and Worker of the Mint at Edinburgh, 343.

Montjoy. See Mountjoy.

Montolieu de St. Ippolite. See St. Ippolite.

Montrose, co. Forfar:
-, boatmen at, 292.
-, Customs Establishment for, 409.
-, riding officers at, 235.
-, tidewaiters at, appointed and dismissed, 292.

Montrose, Earl of. See Graham, James.

Montserrat, lieutenant governor of, salary of, 423; and see Hodges, A.; Pearne, John.

Moody (Moodie), _, captain, aide de camp on the Establishment of the late intended expedition, his pay as, 160, 161; journeys by, to Newfoundland and New England, 161.
-, -, _, captain, commander of H.M.S. Canterbury, payment to, for bills of Exchange, 232.
-, -, _, captain, petition of, re his lands in Orkney, 144.
-, -, James, Deputy Auditor of Imprests, certificate by, 369, 387; reports by, 251, 258.
-, -, John, captain, petitioner, 120.

Moore (Moor), Arthur, a Commissioner of Trade, 525.
-, -, Judith. see Wogan.
-, -, Lewis, petition of, 126.
-, -, Thomas, his agreement to rent King's Stable Yard at Eton, 406.
-, -, Thomas, colonel:
-, payment to, for carriages and disbursements, 207.
-, regiment of (late Allen's):
-, clothing for, memorial and reports re, 10, 180.
-, offreckonings, warrant to take off respits on, 180.
-, on the Irish Establishment, 10, 220.
-, new raised (1707), 180.
-, reduced in Spain, 10, 180.
-, subsistence for, 10, 220, 246, 358.
-, -, William, protection from impressment for, 73, 459.

Moores, Joseph, appointed tidesman in Poole port, 269.

Moray (Murray). See Elgin.

Moray (Murray), Earl of. See Stewart, Charles.

Mordaunt, Carey, Countess of Peterborough, payment to, 381.
-, -, Charles, Earl of Peterborough:
-, agent for prizes appointed by, 582.
-, "appointed to go to the Court of Vienna," 558.
-, payments to, for the forces in Spain and Portugal (1706) for which royal warrants are missing, 381, 382.
-, -, Henry, Treasurer and Paymaster of the Ordnance, issues to, 140, 245, 284, 313, 427; loans by, 245, 284; ordered to pay balance of his account (for the year 1702), 6, 171.
-, -, John, Lord Mordaunt, regiment of, Agent to (G. Nodes), 555; defrauded, 555.
-, -, Sir John, recommendation by, 567.

Morden, William, et al., ship owners, petition to unlade cargo, 420.

Mordington, Lady [Mary Douglas], pension of, 45, 582; petitioner, 581, 582; royal bounty for, 45, 440, 582.

Moreland, Sir Samuel, annual payment to, 481.

Moreton (Morton), Richard, Queen's waiter, London port, appointment, 180; deputy to (R. Sankey), 270, 297; salary, 463.
-, -, William, bishop of Meath, petition, re revenue of the bishopric, 256.
-, -, [Sir William], judge, King's Bench, 554; daughter of. See Newberry, Cecilia.

Morgan, Anthony, and 41 others, appointed Commissioners to ascertain the sums to which proprietors are entitled for the lands to be purchased for fortifications at Portsmouth, Chatham and Harwich (as by the Act 7 Anne, c. 26), 542.
-, -, J., Deputy Queen's Remembrancer, report by, 521.

Morice. See Morris.

Morison. See Morrison.

Morocco. And see Fez.
-, Agents or Messengers from (the Moroccos), [E. Guzman, K. Elwood], payment of charges of their journey, 419, 580, 581; petition of, 572.
-, Ambassador from, lodging for, Order in Council re, 566.

Morphew, _, a prisoner at large, 56.
-, -, _, petitioner, 579.
-, -, Francis, Surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. Norfolk, appointment and salary, 446.
-, -, or Murphy, Thomas, Marshal or Deputy Marshal of the 1st and 2nd regiments of Foot Guards, petition and claim for expense of repairing Marshal Prison in the Savoy, 301, 579.

Morres, _, lieutenant colonel, 572.
-, -, Mary, widow, petition for pension, 572.

Morrice. See Morris.

Morrill. See Merrill.

Morris (Morice, Morrice), _, captain, to answer report on Colonel Jones's regiment, 100.
-, -, David, collector, removed from Milford to Plymouth, petition for expense, 572.
-, -, Henry, Surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. Suffolk, appointment and salary, 447.
-, -, John, boatman, Scilly Islands, deceased, 269.
-, -, [Thomas], Deputy Paymaster to the Army Abroad in Portugal (at Lisbon):
-, accounts of, to be transmitted once in two months, 41, 427.
-, bills drawn by, 10, 37, 44, 99, 136(2), 196, 214, 225, 247, 272, 358, 418, 442; bills payable to, 350.
-, to explain how exceedings have accrued, 91.
-, Gibraltar account (expenditure by Prince of Hesse) received from, 569, 572.
-, instructions to, 28, 35, 42, 98.
-, letter from, mentioned, 474.
-, letter of credit from, 209.
-, letters to, 324, 437, 478.
-, money stopped by, for non-effectives, 1705–1709, memorial re, 507.
-, remittances and payments by:
-, account of, required, 437. to Barcelona, 10.
-, to Catalonia, stopped, 18, 24.
-, to Mr. Stanhope, 52.
-, payments and remittances to, 96, 209(2), 437, 442.
-, (100,000l. by Sir H. Furness), proposed, 99.
-, (200,000l. by Sir H. Furness), 17, 18; 100,000l. in gold moidores to be reserved out of and shipped home, 33, 35, 37, 52, 96, 324, 325, 474, 477, 478, 504, payments out of, contrary to instructions, 437; reward promised to naval captains for bringing home, 555, 556; and see Navy, captains.
-, subsistence to be issued by, in accordance with musters, 520.

Morrison (Morison), Dr., 572.
-, -, Margret, daughter of Dr. Morison, petitioner, 572.
-, -, of Prestoun Grange, William, grant of wrecks, &c., in Scotland 390, 572.

Morse, Joseph, tidesman in Bridgwater port, deceased, 194.
-, -, Nicholas, merchant of London, repayment of duty to, 191.

Mortimer, Earl of. See Harley, Robert.

Morton. See Moreton.

Moseley, Arthur, ensign in Livesay's regiment, respite on his pay, removed, 385.

Mostyn (Moston), co. Flint, boatmen at, 319; Customs officer at, 417; waiter and searcher at, 319, 472.

Mote Park in Windsor Great Park, q.v.

Mouchard, Jean, royal bounty for, 356.

Mould, William, petition for leave to unlade ships, 116.

Mount. Edward, payment to, for apprehending criminals, 469.

Mountague. See Montagu.

Mountiers, Thomas, one of the children of the Chapel, suit of clothes for, 405.

Mountjoy (Monjoy, Montjoy), Viscount. See Stewart, Sir William.

Mounts Bay, co. Cornwall, ships seized in, 328.

Mowbray, William, officer of the Admiralty Court, payment to, for portage and stamps, 214.

Moya y Benevedes (Benevidos), Don Diego de, case of, reports on, 40, 427, 580; subsistence for, to enable him to go to Portugal, 427.

Mudd, Henry, a Commissioner of Transportation (1689–1702), deceased, 281.

Munster, Bishop of, subsidy payments to, 379.

Murcott, Abraham, surety, petition for stay of process, 463.

Murder, Customs officer condemned for, 167; forfeiture for, 18, 269; outlawry for, petition for reversal of, 575.

Murphy, Thomas, Deputy Marshal to the two battalions of Foot Guards. See Morphew, Thomas.

Murray (Murrey), Jannet, pensioner on the Charity Roll, Scotland, 218.
-, -, John, protection from impressment for, 73, 459.
-, -, John, captain, half pay on the Irish Establishment for, 203.
-, -, Thomas, grant in trust to, 329.
-, -, William, tidewaiter at Dundee, dismissed, 216.
-, -, William, apprehended for burglary, 415.

Muschamp, George, collector of Patuxent River, Maryland, deceased, 320.

Muscovy. See Russia.

Musgrave, Christopher, one of the four clerks of the Privy Council, salary and allowance for attending business of the Commissioners of Trade, 361, 362.
-, -, [Christopher, Clerk of the Ordnance], attending the Treasury, 90.

Muslins, duty on. See Customs (duties); price of. See Prices; smuggling and seizure of, 305.

Mustoe, Charles, tidesman in the superior list, London port, deceased, 492.

Mutiny Acts:
-, 7 Anne, c. 4, 129.
-, 8 Anne, c. 6, 261, 327.
-, 9 Anne, c. 9, 223.

Myers, Thomas, appointed tidesman in the inferior list, London port, 417.

Mylner. See Milner.