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Mabedrud, co. Carmarthen, Steward and Keeper of the Court of, grant of office, 455.

Mableview, co. Carmarthen, Steward and Keeper of the Court of, grant of office, 455.

Mac, Mack or Mc.:

Macartney, [George], general, proclamation for apprehending, 329.

MacCarty, Lady Mary, pensioner on the Civil List, 545.

McClean (Macleane, Macklean), Mrs., royal bounty in Scotland for, 322.

-, John, quartermaster in Pepper's dragoons, half pay for, 279.

-, Sir John, payments to, 58; pensioner on the Civil List, 546.

MacCulloch, John, payment to, in South Sea Stock, 249(2).

MacDonald (Macdonel), Allan, petition for Feu duties payable out of his lands, 351.

-, Eliza, pensioner on the Civil List, 545.

MacDowell, Benjamin, lieutenant in Deloraine's regiment, half pay for, 475.

Mackay, Bridget, royal bounty for, 271; funeral charges of, royal bounty for, 345.

-, Mary, royal bounty for, 345.

-, [John], contractor for packet boats, 241.

Mackenzie (Mackensie), Mr., petition of, 25.

-, Mrs., royal bounty in Scotland for, 322.

-, Alexander, colonel of a battalion of Guards in Spain, petition of, 336.

-, Duncan, lieutenant colonel, petition for additional pay, 362.

-, Elizabeth, removed from list of royal bounties in Scotland, 322.

-, Francis, pensioner on the Civil List, 544.

-, George, British Secretary to the King of Poland:

allowances to, cessation of, 62; ordinary and extraordinary payment of, 62, 427, 442, 515, 516.

attendance on the Electress Dowager of Saxony, 427, 515.

journeys to Italy and Jaroslov, 427, 515.

Mackenzie of Fraserdale, Alexander, petition for discharging casualties of the lands and lordship of Lovat, 189.

Mackett, , captain, merchant, permit to reduce imported brandy and rum to proof, 397.

McKewen, Mrs., royal bounty in Scotland for, 322.

Mackley, John, payment to, for leaden seals for the Post Office, 453.

Macklin. See Mechlin.

Mackmath, John, master of the Willing Mind, 343.

McMullen, Robert, lieutenant in Morris's dragoons, half pay for, 475.

McNeill (Mackneal, McNeal, MacNeal), Daniel, lieutenant colonel of Southwell's regiment killed at Almanza, 481; widow and administratrix of, petition of, 423.

-, Hector, captain, memorial for a Collector's place in Ireland, 412.

-, Henry, captain in Montandre's regiment, company of, 280; half pay for, 476; pay, 280.

-, Mary, widow and administratrix of Daniel, 481; pensioner on the Civil List, 546.

Mackraken, Elizabeth, pensioner on the Civil List, 545.

McWattie, Alexander, lieutenant in Grant's regiment, half pay for, 477.

Macclesfield, co. Chester, Mayor of, payments to, 109, 456, 524; minister of, allowance or stipend, 28, 109, 456, 524.

Macclesfield, Earl of. See Gerard, Charles.

Machell, John, lieutenant in Lucas's regiment, half pay for, 211.

Madagascar, pirates of, clandestine trade with, proposal to discover, 157.

Madder, George, master of the Ann, 416.

Maddox (Maddock, Madocks), Mr., letter to, 473.

-, Milborn, pensioner on the Civil List, 544.

-, Thomas, Receiver of contributions to the Classis Lottery for 1,800,000l. (anno 1712), 377.

-, Thomas, schedules of records of the jointure revenue of Catherine of Braganca to be made by, 482.

-, William, stipend out of the Royal Stables, 514.

Madrid, bills of exchange drawn from, 137, 306, 312; the Renunciations sent to, 295.

Maenordiloe, co. Carmarthen, Steward and Keeper of the Court of, grant of office, 455.

Maffei (Maffey), Annibale, Conte di Maffei, Envoy from the Duke of Savoy, memorial of, 293; present from the Queen to, 52, 352.

Magny, [Constantine de], colonel, his regiment of dragoons, reduced in Portugal, 402; officers of, half pay for, commencing date, 402, petition for, 141.

Maidenhead, co. Berks.:

bridge, repair of, 78; trees for, 178, 193.

bridge master of, petition of, 78.

Mayor of, petition of, 193.

Maids of Honour. See Royal HouseholdAbove Stairs (Bedchamber).

Maidstone, co. Kent, nuns at, trial of, 55, 399; surveyor, waiter and searcher at, 332.

Maidstone, Richard, boatman at Whitstable, deceased, 113.

Maitland, Charles, Earl of Lauderdale, discharge of Blench, Retour and other duties, 228, 467.

Majorca, Bishop and Canons of, impost on cattle and corn in Minorca sent to, 144; revenue from hogs in Minorca sent to [for the Order of St. Antonio], 144.

Majou, John, Reader of the French Chapel at St. James's, 532.

Malcony, Florence, payment to, in South Sea Stock and tallies, 247.

Maldon, co. Essex, boatmen at, 113; waiter and searcher at, 114.

Malide, Benjamin, captain in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 210.

Mallaen, c. Carmarthen, lordship or manor of, 443, Courts Leet, Views of Frankpledge, etc., of, 295, 327; Steward and Keeper of, grant of office, 295, 327, 455.

Mallet (Mallett), Charles, death of, at Constantinople, 165; administration of his personal estate granted to the Duke of Leeds, 89, 165.

-, Frederick, master of the White Faulcon, 371.

-, John, lieutenant in Wade's regiment, half pay for, 478.

Mallow, co. Cork, district of, Collector of Excise and quit rents in (John Cash), 395.

Malt, duties on, collectors of, in the Hertford collection, 458; paid into the Exchequer, allowance of fees, carriage and porterage for, 88, 465(2).

anno 1707 (as by Act 6 Anne, c. 5), issue out of, 180.

anno 1710 (as by Act 8 Anne, c. 3), issue out of, 452; tallies and orders on, loans on, 22.

anno 1711 (as by Act 9 Anne, c. 3), issue out of, 452; tallies and orders on, loans on, 6, 21, 22, 325, 354, redemption of, 473.

anno 1712 (as by Act 10 Anne, c. 7), loans on, warrant to take in unsatisfied balance of, 241; tallies and orders on, 151, loans on, 2, 6, 16, 22, 24, 152, 220, 413; payment out of, 304.

anno 1713 (as by Act 12 Anne, c. 2):

credit (of 700,000l.) allowed by, issue to complete, 38, 262.

duplicates of Lottery tickets lost or destroyed made out in accordance with, 259.

loans on (tallies and orders), 38, 39(2), 40, 41(2), 42, 46, 61, 277, 290; issues and payments out of, 37(2), 38, 94, 243, 245, 251(3), 254, 257, 262, 296, 306, 312, 462, 470; not to be disposed out without particular direction, 38; warrant to take in, 241.

-, -, Scotland. See Scotland.

Maltsters, 458.

Maltus (Malthus), Daniel, one of the Queen's Apothecaries, 424, 517.

Man, Isle of, poor ministers in, issue for, 34; trustees for, payment on their annuity, 229, 550, surveyor, waiter and searcher, 423, 449.

Man, See Mann.

Manaton, Francis, Receiver General of Land Tax for Cornwall, 231.

Mangiardini, Augustin, wheat received from, 470.

Maning. See Manning.

Manley (Manly), John, surveyor, waiter and searcher at Maidstone, 332.

-, John, Surveyor General of Crown Lands, 55, 122, 132, 194, 217, 264, 291, 304, 340, 393, 417, 435, 437, 474, 480.

Mann (Man), Jeffry, appointed riding surveyor from Wells to Lynn, 283.

-, Robert, a notorious highwayman, apprehension and trial, 268.

Manning (Maning), Mr., 62.

-, Francis, Her Majesty's Secretary to the Republic of the Grisons, 451, 521, 551.

-, Robert, Yeoman of the Carriages, Royal Stables, 512.

-, Robert, Clerk of the Bakehouse, Royal Household, 501.

-, Thomas, intestate bastard, death of, at Hartlebury, 429; estate of, 429, 432.

Manors and lordships, named:

Athlone.

Bardsey.

Cookham and Bray.

Greenwich, East.

Latchleys.

Liskeard.

Mallaen.

Mavon.

Richmond.

Sayes Court.

Shippon.

Talley.

Mansel (Mansell, Mansill), Frances, royal bounty for, 271, 472.

-, Francis, executors of, payment on an annuity, granted by Charles II, 109.

-, Rachel, royal bounty for, 271, 472.

-, Thomas, Lord Mansell:

Comptroller of the Royal Household, 495.

house of, rented for an Office for the 1712 Lotteries, 241, 249.

one of the Four Tellers of the Exchequer, 241.

Mansergh, Daniel, captain in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 210.

Mansill. See Mansel.

Mantle, William, master of the Marlborough, 455.

Manuscripts, left by Mr. Rymer, account of, required, 64.

Mar, Earl of. See Erskine, John.

Marguerit, Peter, tailor in the Great Wardrobe, 533.

Marine Regiments:

accounts of, Commissioners for. See Marine Regiments disbandment.

agents to, 61, 373.

at Canterbury, 147, 345, 440, 441, 462.

at Chichester, 373; ill state of, 73.

at Exeter, 59, 379, 416, 425, 428, 441, 443.

at Plymouth, 379, 428.

at Rochester, 462.

clearings, 96, 177, 220, 325, 367, 379, 427.

clothiers, 256, 321.

Deputy Paymaster, at Exeter, 441.

detained in England, 292, 307, 324, 440.

disbandment and reduction of, 56, 229, 277, 294, 306, 307, 334, 367, 373, 379(2), 409, 427, 428, 440, 441, 443, 462.

Commissioners for, Commissioner for making up accounts and disbanding (Thomas Coleby, junr., Sir William Gifford, Samuel Hunter, Thomas Layton, Nicholas Roope), 410, 425, 440, 441.

allowance for incidents, 341, 444.

appointment of Thomas Layton, 58, 428.

at or ordered to Chichester, 373, Exeter, 59, 379, 425, 428, Plymouth, 379.

instruction and additional instructions for, 59, 426, 435.

letter from, mentioned, 416.

letters to, 345, 373.

new commission, preparation of 56, 409; Sir S. Fairborn omitted from, 409.

pay of, 341, 444.

Secretary to (Richard Carter, Francis Lynn), attending Commissioners at Exeter, 59, 425; pay of, 341, 444; recommendation and appointment of Richard Carter, 58.

effectives, pay of, 409.

general of. See Mordaunt, Charles, Earl of Peterborough.

half pay, 77.

ill state of, 73.

impressment for, proclamation for stopping, 329.

issues for. See Marine RegimentPaymaster.

made marching regiments, 443.

musters and muster rolls, 425, 428; Act 45 Anne, c. 12 re, 263.

non-commission officers and privates:

address of the House of Commons re, 323.

clearings, 325.

disbanded, 306, 379, 426, 427; issues for, 277, 334, 379.

sea pay, arrears of, 435.

Officers, widows of, petition of, 419.

offreckonings, 256, 321.

on the Irish Establishment, 61, 292, 307, 324, 440, 443.

on shore, 33, 77, 173, 183, 235.

paid off, account of, required, 398.

Parliamentary supply for (589,839l. 17s. 4d. anno 1711), issue to make good deficiency of, 77.

pay (sea pay), 292, 294, 307, 324, 409, 416, 426, 435, account of, required by the House of Commons, 184; difficulties of stating and clearing, 440; two thirds, 10, 112, 146, 147.

Paymaster (Sir Roger Mostyn): at Exeter, 441.

attending the Lord Treasurer, 19, 22, 56, 290.

certificates by, 147, 321.

executor of Mr. Whitfield, 22.

issues to and payments by, 6, 7, 10, 33, 77, 91, 94, 112, 146, 173, 178(2), 183, 235, 277, 290, 306, 313, 320, 321, 323, 325, 334, 349, 367, 379, 427, 441, 444, 462.

letters to and matters referred to, 59, 66, 73, 184, 229, 256, 334, 412, 416, 419, 440.

memorials, 6, 10, 146, 410.

reports, 147.

salary of, paid out of poundage deducted from Marines, 97.

South Sea Stock assigned to, 176, 256; dividends on, 349.

warrants to, 256, 341, 444.

And see Whitfield, Walter.

Recruiting Act for, proclamations for executing and suspending, 328, 329.

recruits, 294.

regiments:

six, clothiers to, 256; offreckonings of, 176, 178, 256; sick and wounded of, in hospital at Port Mahon, charges for, 289.

two, reduction of, 56.

By names of colonels, see:

Berkeley, John, 3rd Lord Berkeley.

Borr, [Jacob].

Boyle, Richard, Viscount Shannon.

Churchill, Charles.

Churchill, Joseph.

Goring, Harry.

Holt, [Henry].

Osborne, Peregrine, Duke of Leeds.

Shovell, Sir Cloudesley.

Wills, Sir Charles.

sea lists of, 146.

ships' books re, 428.

South Sea Stock applicable for services of, 186.

subaltern officers, petition for arrears and subsistence, 416, 418.

subsistence, 2, 7, 33, 61, 77, 91, 94, 173, 183, 235, 313, 418, 440, 441; advertised in the Gazette, 7.

Marischal College. See Aberdeen.

Market towns, poor in. See Cumberland House Duties.

Markham, William, ensign in Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 477.

Marks, 89, 101, 111, 310, 447.

Marlborough, co. Wilts., division of, Receiver General of Land Tax. See Child, John.

Marlborough, Countess Dowager of. See Ley, Margaret.

-, Duke of. See Churchill, John.

Marlim, Thomas, master of the Martha, 435.

Marline. See Martin, Alexander.

Marlow. See Great Marlow.

Marr. See Le Marr.

Marriage duties. See Dues, feudal.

Marriot (Marriott), Nathaniel, clerk to the Collector of Drogheda, frauds by, 80.

-, Richard, Keeper of the Privy Lodgings and Wardrobe at Hampton Court, 348, 516, 538; necessaries for the Wardrobe delivered to, 407.

-, Thomas, Clerk of the Pleas in the Court of Exchequer, 540.

Marrow, Thomas, commander of the Customs sloop at Rye, 489.

Marseilles, correspondence with Port Mahon via, 205, 206; letter dated, 205.

Marshal of the Hall. See Royal Household Below Stairs (Hall).

Marshall (Marshal), Christopher, master of the Joseph, 106.

-, [John], Deputy Governor of Montserrat, 409.

-, Joseph, master of the Martha, 230.

-, Mary, pensioner on the Civil List, 545.

-, Petere, pensioner on the Civil List, 510.

-, Phillipp, a Chairman in the Royal Stables, 512.

-, Richard, Master of the Queen's Stud, 17, 22, 40, 41, 64(2), 72, 136, 145, 148, 163, 253, 275, 467, 468, 469.

-, Richard, payment to, for distribution as reward for the apprehension of Robert Mann, a highwayman, 268.

-, Richard, tenant of a burgage in North Street, Taunton, 305.

-, Robert, tenant of a burgage in Silver Street, Taunton, 305.

Marshalsea. See Royal Household Below Stairs.

Martin, Martyn (or Marline), Alexander, Pursuivant, Scotland, pensioner on the Civil List of Scotland, 181.

-, Cornelius, master of the Friends' Increase, 76.

-, Cross, merchant, payment to, 319; petition of, 378.

-, George, ensign in George's regiment, half pay for, 478.

-, Henry, captain in Bowles's regiment, half pay for, 476.

-, Jarvis, master of the Friends' Goodwill, 474.

-, John, lieutenant in Mont andre's regiment, half pay for, 476.

-, John, tenant of a burgage in North Street, Taunton, 305.

-, John, instruction in business of the Customs for, 155; nominated landwaiter at Hull, 283.

-, Jos., et al., petition in behalf of sufferers [by the French invasion] at Nevis and St. Christopher, 399.

-, Richard, Commissioner for Stamp Duties, 236.

-, Thomas, Groom of the Great Chamber, 535.

-, Walter, Ratkiller to the Royal Household, 516; livery for, 89; and see Royal Household Above Stairs.

-, William, brewer at Evesham, Excise debt of, 415.

-, William, tidesman and boatman at Dartmouth, superannuated, 293.

Martiner, Magdalen de, payment to, 552.

Mary, Queen, chamberkeeper to waiters of (P. Berry), 503.

Mary of Modena, Queen Dowager, wife of James II, trustees of, payment to heirs of, 547, 549.

Maryland:

chaplain for, 88.

discouragements to the tobacco trade of, 294.

merchants, petition of, 294.

seal for, large double, 227.

Mascall, Robert, a Helper to the Chaises in the Royal Stables, 512.

Masham, Abigail, Lady Masham, Keeper of the Privy Purse, 72, 81(2), 434, 443; Woman of the Bedchamber, 72, 179, 302, 486.

-, Francis Cudworth, Foreign Apposer in the Exchequer, appointment, 250; reversionary grant of the office of Queen's Remembrancer to, 464, 483.

-, Samuel, Lord Masham, Cofferer of the Royal Household. See Royal Household Below Stairs, (Board of Green Cloth); reversionary grant of the office of Queen's Remembrancer to, 464, 483.

-, Samuel, son and heir of Lord Masham, reversionary grant of office of Queen's Remembrancer to, 465.

Mashedor, William, appointed tidesman in the superior list, London port, 113.

Mason, Master Mason. See Works.

Mason, George, royal bounty for, 460.

-, George, merchant of Bristol, petition of, for allowance in duties on tobacco, 198, 199; son of, 198.

-, John, master of the John and Margaret, 194, 445.

-, John, Gentleman of the Chapel, 505.

-, John, proposal for discovery of smuggling practices, 367.

-, Thomas, first lieutenant in Wittewrong's regiment, half pay for, 211.

-, Thomas, master of the New Providence, 455.

Massachusetts Bay, province of, revenue of, account of, 135, 143, 147; payments out of,for the Expedition to Canada, 147.

Massey, Benjamin, merchant of London, deceased, 96; executor and surety of (Sir RobertDunkley), 96.

Massue de Ruvigny, Henri de, Earl of Galway, 62, 95, 184, 481.

Ambassador [to Spain], 458.

his Spanish Regiment of Foot, 177.

accounts of, 472.

officers of, petition for half pay, 141; prisoners of war, 471, taken at the battle of the Caya, 472; subsistence arrears, 213.

subsistence, 336.

Mast Dock at Deptford, q.v.

Master Gunner of Great Britain. See Ordnance.

Masters, Benjamin, payment to, for apprehending burglars and highwaymen, 310.

-, Zebella, [invention] patent for the manufacture of Palmetto leaf, petition against, 472.

Masts, importation of, 194, 231, 340.

Mathews (Mathew, Matthew), Job, petition of, 201.

-, John, petition of, 388.

-, Roger, master of the Benj. and Jane, 433.

-, Sarah, pensioner on the Civil List, 544.

-, Thomas, a burglar, apprehended, 243.

-, William, captain in Pepper's dargoons, half pay for, 279.

-, William, in custodiam lease of Robert William's estate in Glamorgan, 270.

Matrosses. See Ordnance.

Matsen, Christian, pensioner on the Civil List, 542.

Mattinson, John, master of the Fortune, 440.

Maud, Anthony, captain in Montandre's regiment, company of, 281, death of, 476; pay, 281.

Maudit (Mawdit), Peers, Windsor Herald, 226, 531.

Maudsley, John, lieutenant in Morris's dragoons, half pay for, 475.

Maule (Maul), Charles, captain in Lord Windsor's regiment of horse, half pay for, 477.

-, Henry, payment to, 356.

-, Thomas, pensioner on the Civil List, 540.

Maundy Money, annual allowance for, 245.

Mauullock, John, payments to, in South Sea Stock and tallies, 248(2).

Mavon alias Mavonion, co. Cardigan, lordship or manor of, 443; Courts Leet and Views of Frankpledge, 295; steward and Keeper of, grant of office, 295, 327, 455.

Maw, William, arrested, convicted and executed, 87, 310; confession of, 87.

Mawdit. See Maudit.

Mawson, Charles, Chester Herald, 226, 531.

Maxfield, John, tailor in the Great Wardrobe, 533.

Maxted, Stephen, master of the Prince George, 278.

Maxwell, George, ensign in Bowles's regiment, half pay for, 477.

Maynard, Banast., captain in Lucas's regiment, half pay for, 211.

-, Grey:

furniture to be delivered to, 111, 210.

Keeper of the Wardrobe at St. James, 348, 504, 517.

Yeoman of the Removing Wardrobe, 71, 111, 288, 407, 424, 472, 517.

Yeoman of the Standing Wardrobe, 348.

-, William, master of the Thurston, 106.

Maynwaring, Maynwarring, Arthur, Auditor of Imprests, 313, 318, 534, 535; accounts in his office, state of, 108, death of, 89; debts of Mr. Weeks examined by, 89; executors of, payment to, 552.

Mead, Mr., [John, Deputy Paymaster of the Army at Barcelona], account of, Inspectors' observations on, report on, 171; matter referred to, 199; stores in Spain and, 132.

-, Joselyn, captain in Bowles's regiment, half pay for, 476.

-, William, goldsmith, payment to, 375.

Meadows, Sir Phillip, Commissioner for Trade, 97, 455, 528; Knight Marshal, 500.

Mears, Lewis, lieutenant in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 210.

-, Samson, security for Thomas Hammond, 219.

Measures of coal, 65, 363, 364.

Mechlin (Macklin) lace for the Queen, 222.

Mecklenburg, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Wych, John.

Medals. See Healing Medals; Mint gold medals; Utrecht, Treaty of (gold medals).

Medicines, for the Army. See Army; Professor of, in Glasgow University, 467.

Medina, Sir Solomon de, contractor for bread and bread waggons for the Army in Flanders, 90; accounts of, 5, 128, payment of, 154; attending the Treasury, 5.

Mediterranean, H.M. ships in. See Navyships.

Medlicot (Medlycott), Charles, Commissary General of Stores in Portugal, arms and accoutrements in custody of, 86, 99, 387, his storehouses at Lisbon, 387.

-, Thomas, Commissioner of Excise and one of the Chief Commissioners of Revenue in Ireland, 91, 166.

Meeke, Anthony, [one of the five undersearchers of London port], deputy to (C. Brattell), 82.

-, Anthony, Sewer of the Chamber, 504.

Meetekerke, Adolphus, Receiver General of Duties on Houses and Land Tax for Hertfordshire, 68, 116, 130, 233.

Mellege, William, royal charity of, 507.

Mellish, John, Receiver General of Duties on Houses and Land Tax for Hampshire, 232, 369.

Mellon, John, Groom of the Chandlery, Royal Household, 501.

Melosses. See Molasses.

Melsa alias Meux, co. Yorks., monastery of, 291.

Melville, Melvill, Charles, surgeon to Pearce's regiment, half pay for, 482.

-, David, Earl of Melville and Earl of Leven, agent to (Major Colt), payment to, 295.

Memel, Germany, ship from, 371; and see Dermemble.

Menard, John, minister of the French chapel at St. James's, 532.

-, Philip, minister of the French chapel at St. James's, 532.

Menezes, Signor Rodrigo, payment to, for damages to his house in Campo de Ourique, 421.

Menzies (Minzies), James, captain in Grant's regiment, half pay for, 477.

-, James, ensign in Grant's regiment, half pay for, 477.

-, Sir Robert, and other heretors of the parish of Dull, memorial of, against grant of the patronages of Dull and Monline, 235.

Mercer, bill of, 392.

Merchant, Andrew, Arras Worker in the Great Wardrobe, 533.

-, Peter, tailor in the Great Wardrobe, 533.

Merchants:

combination of, to exact higher prices, 214; breaking of, 405.

officer for approving securities of, for duties of goods imported, 127.

petitions of, for payment of bills drawn by the Governor of New England for the Canada Expedition, 147, 160; for permit to reduce imported brandy and rum to proof, 397; for release of ships from quarantine, 445, 446.

See also Coal merchants; Eastland merchants; Gibraltar; Leghorn; London; Maryland; Tobacco merchants; Virginia; Wine Merchants.

Merchandise, wrecked, grant of, 326.

Meredith, Mr., land waiter, Bristol port, 283, 293.

-, John, Surveyor of Duties on Houses, cos. Denbigh and Flint, dismissed, 361.

-, Richard, relation of Sir Richard Middleton, clerk's place in the Salt Office for, 194.

-, Richard, executor of William Harbord, death of, 93; executor of, 93.

Meres, John, 354.

Meriden, Thomas, cornet in Pearce's regiment, half pay for, 475.

Merionethshire:

Chief Justice of. See Meyrick, John.

Crown Rents and Revenues in, Receiver General of (Miles Granger, Humfry Howorth), 126.

judicial seal for, 226.

Land Tax, Acting Commissioners, letter to, 100, 252; arrears of, 100, 252; Receiver General of. See Caswall, James.

Second Justice of. See Jessop, William; Meyrick, John.

Merns. See Kincardine.

Merrick, Mr., better place in the Customs for, 293.

-, John, letter from, mentioned, 110.

Merrill (Merryll, Merryl), Mr., Agent or deputy to J. Howe, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons, 369; attending the Bank of England, 24; attending the Treasury (Lord Treasurer), 8, 23, 37, 46, 99, 313; letters to and matters referred to, 51, 389, 390; report by, 389, 404.

Merriman, Thomas (Sh. sic.), master of the Friends' Goodwill, 230, 442.

Mervin, Audly, cornet in Lord Windsor's horse, half pay for, 477.

Mesnager, Mons., seven General Points of Peace signed by, 170.

Messengers:

attending the Customs and Lord Treasurer. See Thorowkettle, J.

of the Accompting House (E. Phillips), 495.

of the Board of Greencloth (Charles Jones), 15.

of the Chamber. See Royal HouseholdAbove Stairs (Chamber).

of the Exchequer Receipt.

See Exchequer Receipt.

of the Great Wardrobe. See Holmes, William.

of the House of Commons.

See ParliamentCommons.

of the House of Lords. See Parliament; Lords.

of the Penny Post Office. See Post OfficePenny Post

of the Printing Press (R. Stephens), 61, 406.

of the Stables. See Royal Mews and Stables.

of the Treasury. See Treasury.

Methoin, George, citizen of St. Andrews, lands resigned by, 323.

Methuen (Methwyn), Paul, attending the Treasury, 20, father of, accounts of, 23, 220; imprest money repaid by, 229; treaty made by [with the Almirante of Spain], 23.

Meux. See Melsa.

Mews. See Royal Mews and Stables.

Mexico Piece of Eight, value of, 5.

Meyer (Meyor), Henry, petition for release of ships from quarantine, 230, 278(2).

Meyrick, John, Chief Justice and Second Justice of Merioneth, Carnarvon and Anglesea, 123, 245, 445.

Michel, Thomas, Receiver General of Land Tax for part of Devonshire, commission and securities, 233.

Micklethwaite (Micklethwayte), Thomas, Treasurer and Paymaster of the Transport Service, 2, 3(3), 20(2), 21(2), 39, 46(2), 51(2), 79(3), 148, 149, 150, 320, 349, 352, 353, 369, 379, 381, 397, 454.

Middle Park at Hampton Park, q.v.

Middleburg, Flanders, ship of, seizure of, 258.

Middlesex:

General Quarter Sessions, 434.

House duties, Surveyors of.

See Harwood, J.; Higginson, T.; Huntly, J.; Newington, T.; Trenwith, J.; Windebanke, J.; Woolrick, M.; Receiver General of, payment to, 375, warrants to, 181, 182, 410, 412.

Land Revenue of, Auditor of, certificate of, 549.

Land Tax, Acting Commissioners, letters to, 167, 436; arrears of, 167, 168, 436, 437; Receiver General of. See Fazakerley, Sir William.

Sheriffs of. See Cass, Sir John; Stewart, Sir, William; secondary to. See Foxall, Zachariah.

Middleton (Midleton), Mr., attending the Treasury, 23(2).

-, George, payment to, 98, in South Sea Stock and tallies, 248, 249(2).

-, Richard, wool bought and exported by, 197.

-, Sir Richard, relation of, (Richard Meredith), 194.

-, William, nominated landcarriage officer at Bristol, 265.

Middlewich, co. Cheshire, Collector [of Salt Duty] at, 340.

Miers, Thomas, tidesman in the inferior list, London port, dismissed, 449.

Milan, 450; ambassadorial journeys to, 70; arbitration of differences between the House of Austria and Duke of Savoy at, 520.

Milburne (Milbourn), Charles, one of the Secondaries in the Office of the Pipe, 310, 528, 539.

Mildmay, Benjamin, pensioner on the Civil List, 541.

Mileham (Milham), co. Norfolk, riding officers at, 192.

Miles, Thomas, appointed watchman, London port, 239.

Milford , co. Pembroke, Collector of (Mr. Goodacre), accused of neglect, 153; tidesmen and boatmen at, 113, 203, 265.

Milham. See Mileham.

Millam, Andrew, coachman of the Royal Stables, 512.

Millart, Roger, Commissioner for Duties on Houses, 182, 442, 443; Commissioner for Leather Duties (Duties on Hides), 425, 440, 442; Commissioner for Taxes, 163, 174, 260, 368, 442, 443, 479, 524.

Miller, Richard, Yeoman Porter of the Royal Household, 499; pensioner on the Civil List, 543.

-, Richard, highwayman, apprehended, 310.

-, [Robert], Clerk of the Mint at Edinburgh, petition for charges during the recoinage in Scotland, 236.

-, Sarah, pensioner on the Civil List, 544.

-, William, master of the Fortune, 435.

Milles, Frances, assignee of the statute of bankrupt against John Lund, bankers' annuities to be paid to, 460.

Millet, James, letter from, proposing appointment of his son as officer at Whitsand Bay to prevent running of goods, 404, 408.

Milliard, George, tidesman and boat man at Harwich, appointed waterman in London port, 113.

Million Bank("Annuities called the Million Bank, the Bank on Tickets of the Million Adven ture"):

charter for incorporation of:

persons concerned in, 79; attending the Treasury, 7, 8, 86; petition of, reports on, 7, 8.

objections of the Bank of England to, 7, 8, 9, 79, 85.

counsel for (Mr. Jefferys; Solicitor General),9.

restrained [from Banking] by an Act, 9 and note.

Mills, in Carmarthenshire, petition for lease of, 400; in Guernsey, erection of, 290; in Longford, purchase of, 186; in Shippon, lease of, 194. See also Temple Mills; Tower Mills.

Mills, George, stipend out of the Royal Stables, 513.

Milner, James:

attending the Treasury, 3, 49.loans and remittances by, proposals and agreements for, 3, 11, 12, 33, 34, 38, 40, 43, 44, 49, 57, 83; repayment of, 224, 237.

payment to, for bills of exchange, 212, 320.

South Sea Stock transferred to, 212; permit to assign, 145; redemption of, 224.

Milreis and reis, 420, 421, 430.

Milton, co. Kent, waiters and searchers at, 239.

Milverton, co. Somerset, Chantry of the Blessed Mary, 305; Haslelake and Half Yard, 305; lands and tenements in, lease of, 304.

Milward, Edward, Porter at the Exchequer Gate, payments to, 162, 260, 367, 485.

Mine Adventure [Company], act still in private [as Bankers], 9.

Minehead, co. Somerset, land waiter at, 283, recommended, 269, removed to Harwich, 296, salary, 296; tides men at, 449.

Minorca; and see Port Mahon:

army and garrison at. See army Minorca; Receiver and Paymaster of. See ArmyAbroad (Pay master).

civil government of, enquiries to be made re, 107.

clergy of, revenue from cattle paid to, 144.

Commanding Officer in Chief in, 10.

ecclesiastical imposition in, called Crusado, 144.

estates in, called Cavalarias, free from paying anything to the King of Spain on condition of maintaining horses for men who guard the sea coasts, 144.

estates of persons who left the Island when British troops occupied it, con fiscated, 144.

Fornells (Furnells), Castle and garrison of, ecclesiastical imposition dedicated to, 144.

Governor of (Duke of Argyll), 212.

hogs in, revenue from, paid to the [Order of] St.Antonio, 144.

Lieutenan t Governor of (Colonel Kane), letter from, mentioned, 345.

products of, account of, 144. revenue of, paid to the clergy and the King of Spain, 144.

settlement of disbanded soldiers and their families in, 345.

silver money current in, ex change rate of, 10.

Surveyor of the island and ports (Surveyor General).

See Neale, Henry.

trade of, enquiries to be made re, 107.

Minors, George, Groom of the Larder, Royal House hold, 498.

Mint, The (Mint in the Tower):

Assaymaster (Daniel Brattell, deceased), 101, 108.

clerk to, sick, 5.

out of town, 5.

petitions for place of, 101, 108, 173, 324.

buildings belonging to, re quired for barracks, 184.

Comptroller of, matter re ferred to, 147.

Course of, account of late Master of the Mint in Scotland to pass according to, 27.

gold for, importers of, 101.

gold medals made by, eight hundred and twelve, to commemorate, the Peace of Utrecht, 270.

cost of gold purchased for, 432.

issue for, 53, 360;fees on, 392.

weight and value of, 285.

Indenture of, weight of money by, 100, 118.

issues for, 274.

Master and Worker of. See Neal, Thomas; Newton, Sir Isaac.

money(coins):

brass, brought into the Post Office, 14.

coinage of:

copper half pence and farthings, 317.

charge of workmanship, 29.

"of a new metal that toucheth like gold," 324.

petitions re, 118, 119, 198.

proposals for, dis cussed at the Treasury, 28, 29.

proposals to supply copper for, 108, 118, 119.

standard and value of, 29.

votes of the Commons re, 28, 29, 198.

plate for, 363.

silver for, suspected to be money melted, 14.

counterfeiting and dimin ishing (by washing):

prevention of, 13, 14, 29, 127.

prosecutions for, allowance for, 147, 474; Deputy Clerk for (officer employed in, under Act 6 Anne, c. 74). See Barrow, Richard; Weddell, Richard.

"within the law against treason," 14.

gold and silver, compari son of, with gold and silver coins of France and Holland, 107.

new, clipt and edged again, 14.

silver, bags of, weight of, 14, 100, 118.

office, letter dated at, 5.

plate delivered to, value of, 363.

Pix, Trial of, diet and enter tainment of officers and jurymen attending, 319; Order in Council for, 264.

Principal Officers (Officers):

attending the Treasury, 13, 14, 28, 29, 127, 198.

letters to and matters referred to, 29, 101, 107, 108, 118, 134, 156, 173, 198, 324.

order to, 264.

reports and representa tionsby, 36, 184, 236.

Scotland.See Edinburgh.

silver for, importers of, 101.

Warden of. See Peyton, Craven.

Minzies. See Menzies.

Miremont, Armand, Marquis de Mire mont, pension in Ireland for, 395.

Mitcham, co. Surrey, Tower Mills (copper works) at, 119.

Mitchell, Alexander, merchant, peti tion to be allowed to com pound for Excise Duty, 443.

-, Sir David, Gentleman Usher Black Rod, death of, 484, 539; payments to his executors, 484, 539.

-, John, appointed boatman at Scilly, 387.

-, John, waterman, London port, retired, 449.

-,Mary, pensioner on the Civil List, 543.

Mitford, co. Norfolk, hundred of, Receiver General of Land Tax for. See Gurdon, Thornagh.

Moedas. See Moidores.

Moffat, Agnes, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 198.

Mogridge, John, master of the Anne galley, 76; petition for release of ships from quarantine, 435.

Moidores (Moedas, Moyedas), exchange rate, 195; rise in, 371. See also Portuguese moidores.

Moir (More), Alexander, Professor of Greek in Marischal College, Aberdeen, 181.

-, James, Professor of Philosophy in Marischal College, Aberdeen, 181.

Molasses (Melosses), 123; imported from Surinam to North America, 418.

Molesworth, John, Envoy Extraordinary to the Great Duke of Tuscany and Republic of Genoa, 522.

-, [Richard], colonel, letter from, mentioned, 103; regiment of, money received from Mr. Hammond for, 103.

Moletaker:

Middle Park, Hampton Court (E. Progers), 548.

New Park, Richmond (H.Badger), 141.

And see Royal Household Above Stairs.

Molie, John, captain in Galway's Spanish regiment of foot, arrears of subsistence due to, 213.

Molineux, Richard, master of the Elianor,312.

Monasteries. See Bardsey; Furness; Melsa alias Meux; Talley.

Moncall, colonel, pensioneron the Civil List, 546.

Monceau, Mrs. Mary, pensioner on the Civil List, 542.

Monckton, Robert, Commissioner for Trade, 97, 455, 528.

Moncreife, Thomas, relict of. royal bounty in Scotland for, 322.

Moncreife of Sauchop, George, 323; relict of, See Monipenny, Katherine.

Mondyns or Mondyrrs, co. Kincardine, lands and barony of, 225; grant of Taxtward, Non Entry, Relief and Marriage duties of, 395.

Money:

bad, method to obviate the mischief of, 6.

Bank money [of Amsterdam],21.

counterfeiting and diminishing of, SeeMint.

New England, 190.

exportation of, 364.

seizure of, 122, 130, 406.

scarcity of, in Ireland, 46 note.

silver, coined at Barcelona, value of, 10.

Spanish, weight and value of, 5.

Cp.Coins.

Monipenny, Katharine, relict of George Moncreife of Sauchop, grant of the town and lands of Byrehills and lands of the Priory of St. Andrews to, 323.

Monipenny of Pitmillie, David, the younger, grant of the town and lands of Byrehills and lands of the Priory of St. Andrews to, 323.

Monk, Thomas, watchman, London port, deceased, 239.

-, William, payment to, in South Sea Stock and tallies, 247.

Monline, co. Perth, Patronage of, grant of, 235.

Monmouth, Duchess of. See Scott, Anne.

-, Earl of. See Mordaunt, Charles.

Monmouthshire, Land Tax, Acting Commissioners for, letters to, 100, 252; arrears of, 100, 252; Receiver General of. See Caswall, James; Taxes, Receiver of, ordered to clear his accounts, 51.

Mons, Belgium, battle near, officer wounded at, 133.

Monsegur, Michel de, payment to, 552.

Montagu (Montague), Charles, Earl of Halifax, Auditor of the Ex chequer Receipt.SeeEx chequer Receipt.

-, Elizabeth, apprehended for burglary, 234.

-, George, Chief Ranger of Salcey Forest, petition for repair of lodges, etc., 184.

-, [John], Solicitor of the Stamp Duties Office, attending the Lord Treasurer, 22, 166; letter to, 166.

-, John, Duke of Montagu, Master of the Great Wardrobe. See Royal HouseholdAbove Stairs (Wardrobes).

-, William, captain in Morris's dragoons, half pay for, 475.

Montandre, [Francis], Marquis de Montandre:

company of, officers of, 280.

half pay for, 476.

pay of, 280.

petition of, 99, 423.

regiment of: disbanded, 476, 482; at Portsmouth, 99.

miner of (Ensign Dash wood), 482.

officers of:

half pay for,476, 482.

pay of, 99,100, 279, 280.

posted to Witte wrong's regiment, 99, 210, 280.

on the Irish Establish ment, 206, 280, 476, 482.

pay of, 206.

subsistence, 99.

surgeon to (John Heb burne), 482.

Monte D'Fergo, Portugal, 421.

Monteleon, Marquis de. SeeRosales.

Montgomery, county of:

Crown Rents and Revenues in, Receiver General of (Miles Granger, Humfry Howorth), 126.

Land Tax, Receiver General of. See Powell. Caleb.

Second Justice of, issue for, 242; and see Ward, John.

Montgomery (Montgomerie), John, Master and Worker of the Mint at Edinburgh, 311.

-, Samuel, lieutenant in Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 477.

-, William, ensignin Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 211.

Montigny, John Remy de, payments to, 246, 249, 551.

Montrose, Duke of. See Graham, James.

Montserrat, Collector of Customs at, complaint by, of discourage ment of Customs officers there, 409; Deputy Governor (Lieu tenant Governor) of. See Marshal, [John]; Pearne, John.

Monymail (Monymue), co. Fife, parish, 111.

Moody, James, Deputy Auditor of Imprests, 109, 362.

-, James, a Daily Waiter of the Hall, Royal Household, 500.

-, John, captain (lieutenant, colonel, lieutenant colonel):

attending the Treasury,209.

forces for Placentia commanded by, wintering at Lisbon, clothing and pro visions for, 447, 448.

in chief command of forces in Newfoundland (in 1704), 215.

Independent company com manded by, 290.

Lieutenant Governor of Placentia,209, 221.

payment to, for losses, services and expenses, 215.

shipwrecked in H.M.S.Loo, 215.

victualling of the Placentia garrison and, 195, 209, 221, 282.

Moore (Moor), Mr., 389.

-, Ann, sempstress in the Royal Household, 505.

-, Arthur, Commissioner for Trade, 97, 455, 528.

-, Henry, ensign in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 211.

-, Horatio, Master and Keeper of the Tennis Court near the Cockpit in Whitehall and of the Tennis Court and Tennis plays at Hampton Court, deceased, 90.

-, John, master of the Richard and Mary, 278, 435.

-, Robert, captain in Morris's dragoons, half pay for, 475.

-, Thomas, colonel, Receiver and Paymaster of the Land Forces in the Garrisons of Minorca, Dunkirk, Gibraltar and of Land Forces still remaining in the Low Countries and elsewhere (Paymaster of the Army Abroad), 45(2), 49, 50, 51, 57, 58, 59, 66, 326 note, 327, 345, 347, 351, 357, 361, 363, 373, 389, 407, 415, 433, 475, 483.

-, and see Moir, More.

Mops, for the House of Commons, 358.

Mordaunt, Charles, Earl of Peterborough and Monmouth:

Ambassador Extraordinary to the King of Sicily, 385, 390.

attending the Treasury, 38.

baggage of, sealing of, 414.

bills of exchange drawn from Vienna by, 180.

General of the Marines, payments to (letters of credit in France and Italy) in lieu of his pay as, 56, 57, 408, 410.

letter from, mentioned, 423.

Minister at the Court of Vienna, 69, 287.

payments to (ambassadorial), 12, 13, 15, 17, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 42, 43(2), 55, 69, 125, 287, 385, 390.

ready to set out for Italy, 408.

regiment (of horse) of, 423; augmented by two men to each troop, 426.

-, [Harry], lieutenant general, regiment of, disbanded, bounty money and subsistence for, 286.

-, Harry, Treasurer and Paymaster of the Ordnance, 101, 548.

-, Henry, Earl of Peterborough, a trustee for Queen Dowager Mary, 547.

-, John, Page of Honour of the Royal Stables, 511.

-, Lewis, 390; royal bounty for, cancelled, 97.

-, Mary, relict of Lewis, royal bounty for, 390.

Mordington, Lady. See Douglas, Mary.

-, Lord. See Douglas, Alexander.

More, John, master of the Betty, 230.

-, and see Moir; Moore.

Morgan (Morgen), Charles, captain in Montandre's regiment, half pay for, 476.

-, Ellin, pensioner on the Civil List, 544.

-, Evan, nominated tidesman at Chester, 265.

-, Thomas, captain in Montandre's regiment, company of, 281; pay of, 281.

Morlax, broad and narrow, French linen called, 425.

Morley, George, petition for release of ships from quarantine, 416.

-, John, Foreign Apposer in the Exchequer, 250.

-, John, nominated landwaiter at Newcastle, 266.

-, John, Paymaster of the Classis Lottery anno 1712 (10 Anne, c. 19), 231, 235, 241, 319, 321, 341.

-, William, Gentleman of the Chapel, 505.

Morocco:

Ambassador from, wines (Spanish wine) and chocolate imported for, 128, 138.

Alcaids of, present from the Queen to, 310.

Dey of, presents for, 25.

Emperor of, presents (from the Queen) to, 47, 167, 310, 326 note, 327, 392.

Empress of, Flanders lace for, 327.

Envoy (Plenipotentiary) to. See Delavall, George.

Morpech [Morpeth, co. Northumberland], waiter and searcher at, 387.

Morphew, Thomas, payment to, 98.

Morrels, Abraham, waiter and searcher at St. Maws, superannuated, 265.

Morret, Benjamin, stipend out of the Royal Stables, 513.

Morris (Morrice, Morrys), David, footman of the Royal Stables, 512; pensioner on the Civil List, 546.

-, Francis, lieutenant in Harri son's regiment, half pay for, 478.

-, Sir Nicholas, lease, of his land at Plymouth for a dock, 125, 188, 223, 227.

-, Richard,colonel: half pay on the Irish Establishment for,475.

petition of,261.

regiment of dragoons of:

accoutrements and clothing for, 235, 261, 337, 400, 411.

detachment (drafts) from,for service in Spain,261, 337, 400, 411.

disbandment, 235, 475, 482.

officers of, half pay for, 475, 482.

on the Irish Establish ment, 261, 475, 482.

surgeon to (William Parlington) half pay, 482.

-, Samuel,ensign in Creighton's regiment, half pay for,211.

-, Thomas, Deputy Paymaster of the Army in Portugal: death of,6.

executors of, demandsof, 431.

money entrusted to, account of, required, 6.

money received from, by the Earl of Galway,62.

son and executor of (William Morris), petition of,429.

-, Thomas, appointed tidesman in the inferior list, London port, 113.

-, William, son and executor of Thomas, petitioner, 429.

Morrish, Henry, tidesman at Penzance, superannuated, 265.

Morrison (Morryson),, brigadier, second major to the Cold stream Guards, payment to, 157, 487.

-, Margaret, pensioner on the Civil List, 546.

-, William, silver tankards belonging to, stolen,87.

Morse, Simon, loan by, payment of interest on,297.

Mortimer , Earl. SeeHarley, Robert.

Morton , Matt. Lewis,lieutenant in Windresse's regiment, half pay for, 478.

Morwood, Francis, Surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. Durham, dis missed, 430.

Moss, Ann, stipend out of the Royal Stables, 514.

-, Isaac, Coachman tot he Royal Stables, 512.

Mostyn, Mr., 441.

-, Sir Roger, Paymaster of Marines.SeeMarine Regi ments.

Mote Park in Windsor GreatPark, q.v.

Mounsey, Thomas, ensign in Deloraine's regiment, half pay for, 476.

Mount,tenant of a domain near East Gate, Taunton, 305.

Mountjoy, Viscount.SeeStewart, William.

Moverly, William, master of the Elizabeth,428.

Mowat, Sir Winwood, issue for, 45.

Moydas, Moyedas,SeeMoidores.

Moyle, Joseph, Clerk of the Signet, 504.

Muckton(Mucklen), co. Lincoln, estate at, 235.

Mules for the Army.SeeArmy.

Mullmulls, exportation of, 354.

Mum, importation of, 118, 230.

Mumbray, Stephen,appointed boatman at Deal, 283.

Munday, Mr., schedules of records of Crown Lands to be made by, 474.

Munden, [Richard],colonel, regiment of foot, disbandment, date of, 403; officers of, half pay for, commencing date of, 403, prisoners of war, 403.

-, William,Groom Cart-takerof the Royal Household, 500.

Munsell, Jonathan,lieutenantin Bowles's regiment,half pay for, 476.

-, Joseph, ensign in Bowles's regiment, half pay for, 477.

Murder of Colonel Parke. SeeParke, Daniel.

Murderers, discovery of, petition for reward for, 270; execution of, 187; forfeiture by, 284; personal estate of, petition for, 187.

Murray,captain and miner in Grant's regiment, half pay for, 482.

-, And., master of the Providence, 433.

-, Elizabeth, pensioner on the Civil List, 509.

-, George, colonel, relict of (Elizabeth Erskine), royal bounty for, 201.

-, Mathew, ensign in Bowles's regiment, half pay for, 477.

-, John, Master Gunner of Fort William, petition to be included on the establishment of the garrison, 354, 378.

-, John, Duke of Atholl:

Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, payment of his charges as, 25, 181.

grant of the patronages of Dull and Monline to, 235.

Keeper of the Privy Seal of Scotland, date of his commission, 323, 456, 525; payment to, 323.

payment to, for expenditure in her Majesty's especial service, 184, 228.

-, Thomas, Page of Honour to the Royal Stables, 511.

-, William, Sewer of the Chamber, 504.

-, William, Furner [of the Pastry], Royal Household, 498.

-, William, Marquess of Tullibardine, payment to, 34, 228.

Muscovite envoy. SeeRussia.

Muscovy.SeeRussia.

Musgrave, Mr., attending the Treasury, 8.

-, Christopher, loan by, pay ment of interest on, 297.

-, Christopher, Clerk of the Ordnance, 101, 413, 481, 548.

-, Sir Christopher, attending the Treasury, 8;Clerk of the Privy Council, 234, 534; letter to, 299.

Music, composers of, See Chapel Royal;Composers; Handel, G.F.

Music, Master of (J. Eccles), 287, 516, 536.

Music Room at St. James's Palace, 114.

Musicians to the Royal Household. SeeRoyal HouseholdAbove Stairs.

Muslins, duties on. See Customs duties.

Musselburgh, co. Edinburgh regality of, grant of feu and other duties of, 467.

Mutiny and Desertion , Acts of Parlia ment re, 263 note;bill for punishing mutineers (anno 1705)),87 note.

Myreton, Robert, removed from list of bounties in Scotland, 322.