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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 32, 1718. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1962.

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Maastricht, Maestricht, Holland, 272.

McAlaster, John, watchman of the Salt Duties at Kirkcaldy, 209.

McArthur, Archibald, surveyor and landwaiter at Campbeltown, 145.

Macartney. See McCartney.

McBlain, James, watchman of the Salt Duty at Prestonpans, 527.

McCartney (Macartney), [George], lieutenant general, Regiment of Foot of, 630, 645; Governor of Berwick, petition for a lease of Holy Island, 42.

-, James, surgeon, half pay officer in Ireland, 405.

Maccarty, Donogh, 4th Earl of Clancarty, pension of children of, 100, 571.

-, Elizabeth, Countess of Clancarty, pension of children of, 214, 476.

Macclesfield, co. Chester, annuity for a preacher to instruct the people of, 150; Mayor of, 150.

McCredie, Andrew, merchant and provost of Stranraer, 45, 331.

-, -, Andrew, son of, 331.

-, -, Helen Torbrane, wife of, 331.

McCulogh (Maccullock), John, of Chiswick, bond given by, 73, 75, 441.

McDevett, Hugh, payment for taking a Tory, 342.

McDonalson, Alexander, convicted for felony, 595.

McDowell, Benj., lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 399.

Mace, Abraham, bill payable to, 276.

Mackarell (Mackarel, Mackerell), Charles, Receiver General of Taxes for Norfolk and the city of Norwich, 57, 356, 444.

Mackay, , widow, royal bounty for, 121.

-, George, Lord Rea, pension of, 153, 475.

Mackdonald, Alexander, pension for, 547.

Mackdonnell, Eliza[beth], pension for, 556.

McKenzie, Barnet, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 392.

-, Frances, and daughter, pension for, 547.

Mackerell. See Mackarell.

Mackie, Josias, tidewaiter at Leith, 270.

Mackintosh, Alexander, merchant, Customs frauds committed by, 328.

-, William, pension for, 547.

Macklean, Sir John, creditors of, 23.

Macknaghton. See McNaghton.

Mackraken, Eliza[beth], pension of, 556.

Macky, John, Director of the Packet Boats at Dublin, 91, 508, 509, 560.

McMullan, Robert, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 395.

McNaghton (Macknaghton), Edmd., cornet, half pay officer in Ireland, 88, 394.

McNeal, captain, payment for taking Tories, 342.

-, Henry, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 391.

-, James, tidewaiter at Inverness, 145.

-, John, boatman at Leith, 145.

-, -, boatman at Port Glasgow, 208.

Macon (Macone), Catherine, apprehended for coining, 292.

-, Frances, pension for, 547.

McPherson, Dougall, tidewaiter at Inverness, 145.

McWattie, Alexander, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 402.

Maddison, George, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 297, 490.

Maddocks (Maddox, Madockes), Charles, payment for carrying Bills to Great Britain from Ireland, 342.

-, George, of Wem, prosecuted for rioting, 237.

-, Milborn, pension for, 547.

-, Ranulf, of Wem, prosecuted for rioting, 237.

-, Roger, of Wem, prosecuted for rioting, 237.

-, Thomas, First and Chief Cashier of the Bank of England, 154, 158, 221, 412, 428, 454, 681.

Madeiras, The, 133.

Madrid, Spain, 7, 38, 423, 615; Court of, Agent employed at. See Uzardi, J. B.; mail robbed going to, 207.

Maestricht. See Maastricht.

Magney, Abraham, pension for, 547.

Mahomett, hanging glass in a walnut tree frame for, 471.

Maidstone, co. Kent, surveyor of Customs at. See Etheridge, J.

Mainaude, Alcide, lieutenant, French pensioner in Ireland, 406.

Maister, Henry, a merchant residing in Sweden, 590, 637.

Maitland, Charles, 6th Earl of Lauderdale, 5; General of the Mint in Scotland, 511, 612, 627; pension for, 329.

-, [James], lieutenant general, beds and blankets furnished for the garrison of Fort William, 213.

-, -, Theodosia, widow of, 16, 25, 213, 265.

Maitre (Lemaster, Mastre), John le, et al., evidence against J. D. Crisp on fraud and abuses committed at Chelsea College, 58, 92, 93, 366.

Major, Thomas, apprehended for burglary, 370.

Malaga, Spain, 233.

Malauze, Madame de, lodgings at Somerset House, 236.

Malefactors, transportation to Maryland and Virginia of, 591.

Maleny, co. Edinburgh, 177.

Malide, Benj., captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 397.

Mallett (Mallet), George, tenant of a messuage in London, 253.

-, John, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 402.

Malt, Mum, Cider and Perry, duties on (as by 3 Geo. I, c. 4, and 4 Geo. I, c. 3)
-, loans on, 52, 70, 77, 79, 82, 83, 295, 323, 335, 337, 339, 477, 500, 564, 578, 639.
-,-, interest on, 52, 70, 80, 82, 83, 97, 103, 104, 221223, 295, 323, 337, 339, 350, 448, 477, 479, 499, 500, 514, 533, 562, 564, 575.
-,-, issues out of, 2, 48, 49, 52, 84, 97, 102, 103, 111, 123, 125, 142, 318, 333, 337, 340, 346, 349, 350, 365, 447, 477, 479, 483, 491, 499, 514, 533, 562, 575, 632.
-,-, register of, unsatisfied sums on, 44, 323.
-,-, managed by the Excise Commissioners, 569.

-, Scotland. See Scotland.

Malvirne, Marie d', pension for, 547.

Man, Isle of, illegal and clandestine trade practised in, 569; poor ministers of, annuity of, 280; surveyors, waiters and searchers in, 216.

Manaton, Francis, Receiver General of Taxes for Cornwall, 56, 62, 78, 95, 358.

Manby, John, Receiver General of Taxes for Lincolnshire and Lincoln, 57, 356.

Manchester, Earl of. See Montagu, C.

Manister, Stephen, clerk to the Solicitor General, 316.

Manley, Manly, co. Lincoln, wapentake, 356.

Manley (Manly), , Postmaster of Ireland, 560.

-, John, clerk to the Paymaster of Army Debts Debentures, 54, 347.

-, -, Customer of Chester, 97, 508.

Manning, Francis, Resident with the Swiss Cantons, 139, 368, 516.

-, Robert, Clerk to the Bakehouse to Wm. III, 25, 104, 598; Yeoman of the Carriages to Wm. III, 25, 104, 598; one of the Band of Yeomen of the Guard to Wm. III, 25, 104, 598.

Manors named:
-, Bray.
-, Burley.
-, Burnham.
-, Ewelme.
-, Hampton.
-, Hempholme.
-, Ingleby.
-, Knowle.
-, Newland.
-, Stobhall.
-, Uxendon.

Mansell (Mansel), Ann, pension for, 547.

-, Frances, pension for, 547.

-, Rachel, pension for, 547.

-, Thomas, Lord Mansel, a Teller of the Exchequer Receipt, 319.

Mansergh, Daniel, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 390.

Maon. See Port Mahon.

Maps, duties on. See Customsduties, on soap, etc.

Mar, Margaret, pension of, 556.

Marais, Charles de, quarter master, half pay officer in Ireland, 388.

Maranein, Helene de, pension for, 553.

Marchiennes, 183.

Marchmont, Earl of. See Hume, P.

Mardyke, 535.

Maret, William, captain, French pensioner in Ireland, 406.

Margarets, co. Kent. See Margate.

Margarett, Paul, Surgeon General and Physician of the Hospitals in Spain, 172, 219.

Margate, Margarets, co. Kent, boatmen at, 53; ships coming into, from Holland, 229; Surveyor at, 21; tidesurveyors at, 180, 216, 229, 293; waiters and searchers at, 216.

Maria, Constance de la, pension for, 553.

Mariett. See Marriott.

MARINE REGIMENTS
-, accounts of, 38.
-, arrears due to, 117, 314, 519, 520.
-, captains of, 64, 418.
-, clearings due to, 520.
-, disbanding, Commissioners for, 23, 64; payment to, 23, 270; petition referred to, 93, 519; report of, 418.
-, field officers, 64, 418. half pay, issues for, 142, 384.
-, muster rolls, 40, 314.
-, Paymaster of. See Mostyn, Sir R.; Whitfield, [W.]
-, recruits paid for, out of Land Tax, 33, 65, 308, 332, 379.
-, sea chaplains, 520.
-, surgeons, 520.
-, taken prisoner in Portugal, pay of, 421.

Marioge, Catherine, pension for, 553.

-, Francis, pension for, 553.

-, John, pension for, 553.

-, Margaret, pension for, 553.

Mark, John, of London, goldsmith, 252.

Markets named: Skirling.

Markham, Isaac, stamper in the Stamp Office, 62, 377.

-, William, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 401.

Marlborough, Duchess of. See Churchill, Sarah.

-, Duke of. See Churchill, J.

Marley, John, landwaiter, searcher and coastwaiter at Leith, 209.

-, Thomas, prosecutor in behalf of the Crown in Ireland, 341.

Marmande, Charlotte Tallemont de, pension for, 553.

Marolle (Marolles), Margueritte, pension for, 547.

-, Susanne, pension for, 553.

Marriages, Births and Burials, duties on, Receiver General of, extraordinary allowances, 271, 678.

Marriott (Marriot, Mariett), John, executor of Richard Ingoldesby, 149, 180.

-, Thomas, Clerk of the Pleas in the Exchequer Court, 287.

Marsay, Seigneur de. See St. George, A. L. de.

Marsh, Richard, tenant of a messuage in London, 257.

Marshall, Christopher, payment for taking Mary Beakin, 342.

-, David, tidesman at Dundee, 334.

-, John, transported to America, 591.

-, Mary, pension of, 556.

-, Richard, Keeper of His Majesty's Stud at Hampton Court, 65, 217, 380, 647.

-, Walter, Receiver General of Taxes for Gloucestershire, 56, 67, 355, 382.

Marte, Joseph, esquire, petition of, 10.

Marten. See Martin.

Marten skins, seizure of, 202.

Martigny, Ann, pension for, 553.

-, Gabriel, pension for, 553.

Martin (Marten, Martine, Martyn), Henry, Inspector General of Imports and Exports, 160, 241, 483, 570.

-, -, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 391.

-, John, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 400.

-, Jos., merchant, 540.

-, Peter, tenant of a messuage in London, 252.

-, Thomas, bill payable to, 173, 220.

Martinerie, Magdalen de la, pension for, 553.

Martines, Daniel, pension for, 547.

Martini (Martiny), , payment for transportation of stores for the hospitals in Spain, 172, 219.

-, John Cristoff, pension for, 547.

Martyn. See Martin.

Maryland, 114, 139; Chancery Court of, 655; malefactors transported to, 591.

Masham, Francis Cudworth, Foreign Apposer in the Exchequer Court, 289, 304, 481, 611, 680.

-, Samuel, Lord Masham, Cofferer of the Royal Household, 260, 287, 301.

-, -, -, King's Remembrancer in the Exchequer Court, 286, 298, 620.

Mason, , major, 160.

-, Benjamin, Master Mason of the Works, 284.

-, Charles, Receiver and Paymaster of Transports, 68, 76, 99, 458, 480, 495, 566.

-, -, petition for lease of place for breeding oysters, 16, 193.

-, [Joseph], grant of office of Comptroller of the Cloth and Petty Customs in London, 90, 501.

-, William, tidesman at Truro, 338.

-, See also Meeth; Mess.

Massachusetts Bay, seal for, 522.

Masse, Samuel, quarter master, half pay officer in Ireland, 388.

Massilos, John, captain, French pensioner in Ireland, 406.

Massot, Peter, Serjeant, pension of, 511.

Massue, Henry de, Seigneur de Ruvigny, Earl of Galway, General of the British Forces in Spain, 630, 645; Lord Justice of Ireland, 331; pension of, 99, 546, 563; Regiment of Foot of, 21, 90, 94, 173, 405, 522.

Masters (Master), Sir Harcourt, Receiver General of Taxes for London, Middlesex and the Inns of Court and Chancery, 62, 79, 358, 445, 599, 600, 679.

-, -, a Commissioner for the Duties on Hides and Skins, Vellum and Parchment, 154, 379.

-, -, a Commissioner of Taxes, 243, 678.

-, -, sheriff of Middlesex, 604.

-, Isaac, Surveyor of Duties on Houses in London, 62, 63, 419.

-, John, transported to America, 592.

Mastre. See Maitre.

Mathews (Mathew, Matthews), , distributor of stamps in Herefordshire, 105, 602.

-, Christopher, transported to America, 591.

-, Edward, sheriff of Breconshire, 195.

-, Jean, pension for, 547.

-, Jonathan, tobacco bonds of, 655.

-, Julian, tidesman, inferior list, in London, 640.

-, Richard, tidesman, inferior list, in London, removed to the superior list, 611.

-, Sarah, pension of, 69, 547.

-, William, Lieutenant Governor of the Leeward Caribbee Islands, 374; Lieutenant Governor of St. Christopher and Nevis, 267, 279, 345, 506, 614.

-, -, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 389.

Matt, Daniel, stamper, 60.

Matthews. See Mathews.

Matting, for the King's service at Newmarket, 470.

Maturin, Rachel, pension for, 547.

-, -, Ann, daughter of, pension for, 547.

Mauclere, Ann de la, pension for, 553.

Maudsley, John, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 395.

Mauduit, Peers, Windsor Herald, 289.

Maugere, Lewis Amice de la, pension for, 553.

Maule, Charles, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 388.

-, Harry, payment to, 20.

-, James, Earl of Panmure, 521; forfeited estate of, 315, 414.

-, Margaret, Countess of Panmure, private Act in favour of, concerning the estate of the Earl of Panmure, 24, 63, 69, 87, 94, 97, 315, 414, 415, 481, 526, 539, 563.

Maulevrier, Mile. Eliza[beth] de, pension for, 547.

Maundy money, allowance for, 299, 424.

Mawson, , prosecuted for clipping and counterfeiting, 490.

-, Benjamin, security for G. Gordon, 68, 73, 75, 441.

-, Charles, Chester Herald, 289.

Maxwell, George, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 401.

-, James, pension for, 553.

-, William, pension of, 153, 475.

May, Henry, convicted for felony, 595.

-, Jean, pension for, 547.

-, Thomas, payment for flags for the Deal boats, 137.

Maybank, Robert, clerk of the Office of the Avery, 598.

Maynard, Banishe, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 390.

-, Gray, Yeoman of the Removing Wardrobe, 348, 425, 448, 470, 471, 472, 608, 673, 674, 675, 676, 677, 679.

Mayne, Simon, royal bounty for, 94, 530.

Mead, John, Deputy Paymaster of the Forces in Spain, 35, 36, 251, 422.

-, -, sheriff of Warwickshire, 196.

-, William, sheriff of Buckinghamshire, 586.

Meadows (Medows), Sir Philip, Comptroller General of Army Accounts, 207, 320.

-, -, pension of, 284, 476.

Meal, for the Army, 183.

Meares (Mears, Meers), Alexander, merchant, 540.

-, Lewis, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 397.

-, Thomas, riding officer at Christchurch, 641.

Meaux, Meux, Melsa, co. York, monastery, Fewsons Grainge at, 226.

Medcalfe, Francis, collector of Customs at Southampton, 180.

Medd, Richard, lease of land in Rosedale, 166.

Meddate, barony of, Chamberlain of. See Strathnaver, Lord; payment out of, 137.

Medicines for the Army, 166, 171, 172, 181, 219, 320, 421, 485 487, 512, 524.

Medina, Sir Solomon de, contractor for bread and bread waggons for the Forces in the Low Countries, 182.

Mediterranean, Army in, 524; corn carried by transports to Lisbon from, 523; Squadron going to, 346, 363; Twenty per rent. duty on goods exported in certain ships to, 261, 461, 464, 650.

Medlycot (Medlicot), Charles, petition for free hay in Rockingham Forest, 16, 20, 47, 59, 208, 218, 335.

Medows. See Meadows.

Meek (Meeke), , 216.

-, -, patent searcher, 43.

-, Anthony, under searcher of London, 294.

Meers. See Meares.

Meeth, alias West, alias Mason, John, apprehended for burglary, 186.

Mege, Andre, pension for, 547.

Meggs, Harry, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 403.

Meinertshagen, , payment for the Royal Prussian Troop, 429, 456.

Melbourne, Charles, Secondary in the Pipe Office, 286.

Melionier, , regiment of, 405.

Mellish, Joseph, sheriff of Nottinghamshire, 586.

Mellon, John, pension for, 162, 547.

Melmott, Maine Francis, merchant, 244.

Melsa, co. York. See Meaux.

Melton, John, et al., payment for apprehending a burglar, 370.

Melusina, Ermengarde, Baroness von der Schulenberg, Duchess of Munster, apartment of, at St. James's Palace, 294, 295, 471, 472, 675; annuity for, 163.

Melvin, Chas., surgeon, half pay officer in Ireland, 396.

Melyer, Czer, captain, French pensioner in Ireland, 406.

Menardiere, Jean de la, pension for, 553.

Mence, Richard, undersheriff of Worcestershire, 458.

Menzies, William, Supervisor of the Salt Duty in Scotland, 145, 208.

Mercador, Don Emanuel, Deputy from the inhabitants of Minorca, 162, 238, 352, 452, 570, 620.

Mercer, John, Chief Clerk of the Works, 542.

-, -, Clerk Engrosser of the Works, 10, 284.

Merchants, 34, 558.
-, of Antwerp, 625.
-, of Cadiz, 158, 161.
-, in Edinburgh, 13, 226.
-, at Genoa, 251.
-, in Gothenburg, 216, 637.
-, of Hamburg, 158.
-, of Inverness, 41, 334.
-, in Kirkwall, 511.
-, at Leeds, 636.
-, at Lisbon, 523.
-, of London, 158, 184, 228, 237, 239, 287, 437, 512, 557, 590, 591, 625, 638, 639, 655.
-, of Newcastle, 638.
-, of Stranraer, 331.
-, in Sweden, 590.
-, proposal by, for transporting felons, 77, 85.
-, tobacco, 303.

Mercier, Martha, pension of, 619.

Meredyth, [Thomas], Regiment of Foot of, at Gibraltar, 207.

Merest, James, under clerk in the House of Lords, 31, 291.

Merioneth, county of, Chief Justice of. See Jessop, W.; Judicial seal for, 521; Receiver General of Taxes. See Burton, S.; Hughes, R.; Second Justice of. See Cumberbach, R.; sheriff of. See Wynne, G.

Meritt, Sarah, prosecuted for clipping and counterfeiting, 490.

Merreal, Alexander, bill payable to, 275.

Merrifield, Abraham, bond for debt for duties on wine, 639.

Merrill, , 65.

-, -, petition referred to, 32, 665.

-, Susanna, petition for allowance, 46, 336.

Merston, Scotland, 521.

Mervin, Audley, cornet, half pay officer in Ireland, 393.

Mess, alias Mason, John, transported to America, 592.

Messengers. See Chamber, The; Commons, House of; Customs; Exchequer Receipt; King's Messengers; Scotland, Exchequer Receipt; Trade and Plantations, Commissioners of; Treasury.

Metcalf (Mettcalfe), Henry, payment for attending transportation of poor foreigners to Rotterdam, 165.

-, John, bills of exchange payable to, 205.

Methuen, [Paul], Ambassador to Portugal, 172, 220.

-, Robert, of Bridgwater, Leather Duty officer, 1, 147.

Mettcalfe. See Metcalf.

Meux, co. York. See Meaux.

Meyers, Jaques, purchase of reversionary annuities, 605.

Meysey, Thomas, memorial of, 20, 41.

Micher, Elizabeth, et al., payment to, for apprehending counterfeiters, 186.

Micklethwaite (Micklethwayt), Joseph, Secretary to the Commander in Chief of the Forces in Spain, 421.

-, Thomas, a Lord Commissioner of the Treasury, 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 19, 21, 22, 23, 25, 27; appointment as, 264.

-, -, Lieutenant General of the Ordnance, 273.

-, -, Treasurer of Transports, 376, 481.

Mico, Richard, bills of exchange payable to, 205, 206.

Middelburg, Holland, 328.

Middle Town, co. Wexford, 541.

Middlesex, county of, General Sessions of the Peace, 206.
-, Receiver General of Crown Lands Rents and Revenues. See Codd, T.; Mills, J.
-, Receiver General of Duties on Houses. See Fazakerley, Sir W.
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Masters, Sir H.
-, sheriffs of, 441. See also Delme, P.; Masters, Sir H.
-, undersheriff of. See Preston, J.

Middleton, Charles, 2nd Earl of Middleton, 521.

-, John, convicted for felony and burglary, 585.

-, -, sheriff of Flintshire, 605.

-, -, surety for Charles Eversfield, 444.

Midle Slotes, [co. Berwick], 239.

Miers. See Myers.

Milbanck. See Millbancke.

Mildman, , tenant of a, house in London, 253.

Mildmay, Benjamin, Commissioner for the Duty on Salt, 20, 221.

-, Charles, 18th Lord Fitzwalter, pension for, 545; royal bounty for, 8, 177.

Miles, Thomas, payment to, for apprehending a burglar, 186.

-, See also Mills.

Milford Haven, co. Pembroke, boatmen at, 139; Customer of. See Hall, W.; tidesmen at, 139; waiter and searcher at, 507.

Milksop, Thomas, transported to America, 591.

Millbancke (Milbanck), John, prosecuted for clipping and counterfeiting, 292, 490.

Miller (Millar), Daniel, pension for, 547.

-, Dorothy, payment for apprehending felons and burglars, 435.

-, James, quarter master, 5, 30, 162.

-, John, payment to, for apprehending a burglar, 604.

-, -, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 388.

-, Richard, payment in connection with the Impeachment against the Earl of Oxford, 151.

-, -, pension for Brassley's children, 555.

-, -, surgeon of the Army hospitals in Spain, 274.

-, Sarah, pension of, 556.

-, Stephen, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 387.

Milles. See Mills.

Millicent, John, Receiver General of Taxes for Cambridgeshire, 443, 494.

Milliere, Ann Guinebaut de la, pension for, 553.

Mills (Miles, Milles), John, High Constable for the Hundred of Ossulston, co. Middlesex, 25, 30, 263, 292.

-, -, Receiver General of Crown Lands Rents and Revenues in Essex, Hertfordshire, Middlesex and city of London, Norfolk and Huntingdonshire, 534, 565.

-, -, et al., payment to, for convicting coiners, 478.

-, transported to America, 591.

-, William, tidesman in London, to be a coastwaiter, 48, 100.

-, -, tidesman, inferior list, in London, 377; to be a landwaiter, 567.

Milman, Sir William, tenant of land in London, 255.

Milner, James (John), surety for John and Thomas Nuthall, 639, 644.

Milton, John, of St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, dyer, 284.

Milward, , Customs officer near Tilbury Fort, 501.

-, Edward, Porter at the Exchequer Gate, 272, 302, 415, 420, 577, 667.

Mimet, Cosme de, captain, French pensioner in Ireland, 406.

Minas, Nova Scotia, 453.

Mince, Gabriel, pension for, 547.

Minehead, co. Somerset, landwaiters at, 34, 98, 293, 489.

Mines, in Nova Scotia, 453; in Scotland, 114, 194, 541, 646; silver, discovery of, 71.

Mines, William, doorkeeper to the Commissioners of Salt Duties, 18, 208, 211.

Ministers. See Chaplains; French, in the Savoy, annuity for, 426.

Minorca, Army in. See Army.
-, inhabitants of, deputy from. See Mercador, E.
-, King's Commissary or Keeper of Stores, 363.
-, Lieutenant Governor of. See Kane, R.
-, over rate of specie in, 116.
-, revenues of, Receiver General and Collector of Royal Rents, 58. See also Gas-coigne, J.
-, Surveyor of. See Neale, H.

Minshall (Minshull), Eliza[beth], pension for, 547.

-, William, memorial of, 41.

Minsterworth, co. Gloucester, 180, 306.

MINT, THE
-, Assay Master, 16.
-, assaying, new proposal for, 17.
-, Change and Money, Keeper of. See Sandford, Sir R.; Thompson, W.
-, Chief Clerk of, deputy to. See Walker, R.
-,-, See also Hall, T.; Hill, T.
-, Chief Engraver. See Gerard, J.
-, clerks of, petition of, 31.
-, coin, instrument for edging, 490.
-, coinage
-,-, clippers, coiners and counterfeiters, apprehending and convicting, 25, 84, 141, 186, 196, 263, 292, 478, 490, 595.
-,-, copper money, 34.
-,-, crowns, 224;' half, 224.
-,-, farthings, assaying, 17, 23; coining, 37; copper for, 16, 208, 454.
-,-, gold, coining, 37, 223, 224; in Ireland, reduction of price of, 433; Keeper of. See Sandford, Sir R.; Thompson, W.
-,-, groats, 224; half, 224.
-,-, guineas, coining, 223. double, coining, 223. five, coining, 223. half, coining, 223. quarter, 7, 34, 120; coining, 37, 223, 664; dies finished, 107; gold for, 107.
-,-, half pence, coining, 37; copper for, 16, 208, 454.
-,-, penny, 224.
-,-, shillings, 224; half, 224.
-,-, silver, coining, 37, 224; Keeper of. See Sandford, Sir R.; Thompson, W.
-,-, sixpences, half, 224. state of, since the reduction, 104.
-, Coinage Duty (as by 1 Geo. T, c. 43), 511; issues out of, 112, 490, 643.
-, Comptroller of, 4, 469.
-, copper miller. See Morris, .
-, Country, at Bristol, 203, 654; recoinage at, 160.
-, gold, weight of, 223, 224.
-, incidents, payment out of, 36.
-, Indenture, new, for, 146, 170, 185, 223, 341.
-, King's Clerk of, 16.
-, Master and Worker of, 7, 16, 17, 185.
-,-, deputy to. See Fauquier, [J. F.].
-,-, petition referred to, 77.
-,-, report of, 4.
-,-, trial pieces of money kept by, 225.
-,-, warrant to, 469.
-,-, See also Newton, Sir I.
-, money, gold, recoinage of, 160; remedy for, 224. recoinage of, 203.
-,-, silver, recoinage of, 160; remedy for, 225.
-,-, trial pieces, 225.
-, Moneyers, 224.
-, officers of, 17, 185.
-, [Principal] Officers of, petitions referred to, 71, 477; reports of, 36, 81, 92.
-, Pyx, Trial of, 63, 469; jury of goldsmiths for, breakfast and dinner to, 75, 680.
-, Signets and Seals, Chief Engraver of, 81. See also Gerard, J.; Roos, J.; engraving, 477, 521.
-, silver, for engraving seals, 477; weight of, 224, 225.
-, Warden of, 185, 680.
-,-, Solicitor or Deputy to. See Pinckney, C.
-,-, trial pieces of money kept by, 225.
-,-, warrant to, 469.
-,-, See also Sandford, Sir R. weights for, 225.

-, Scotland. See Scotland.

Minto, co. Roxburgh, 601, 680.

Minzies, James, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 392.

Miremont, , regiment of, 405.

Missing, Thomas, contractor for victualling garrison of Gibraltar, 10, 13, 58, 116, 206, 210, 377, 452, 648, 656.

Mitcham, co. Surrey, 490.

Mitchelburne, John, colonel, half pay officer in Ireland, 386; regiment of, 386, 509.

Mitchell (Mitchel), John, tidewaiter at Inverness, 145.

-, Mary, pension of, 556. Thomas, apprehended for burglary, 244.

-, Walter, junior, of Alderstone, Counter Warden of the Mint in Scotland, 34, 309.

Mitford, co. Norfolk, hundred, 356.

Mobbs, Geo., tidesman, inferior list, in London, to be removed to the superior list, 293.

Modena, Duke of, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Davenant, H.; Envoy from. See Guicciardi, Count.

Moffett, Robert, Doorkeeper and Messenger of the House of Commons, 151.

Mohun, John, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 297.

Moidores. See Coins.

Molesworth, John, a Commissioner of Trade and Plantations, 374, 426, 495, 657.

-, Robert, Viscount Molesworth, lease of waste ground in Whitehall, 71, 76, 92, 441, 526.

-, William, Alnager and Collector of the Subsidy of Alnage, 168.

Moletaker, in Richmond New Park, 321, 473.

Molien, Susanna de, pension for, 553.

Molineux. See Molyneux.

Moller, John, seizure of the Nathaniel yacht, 328.

Mollie, John, captain, of the Earl of Galway's Spanish Regiment of Foot, 175.

Molliere, Stephen la, trooper, pension of, 511.

Molloy, Margaret, royal bounty for, 121.

-, Mary, royal bounty for, 121.

Molton, South, co. Devon, hundred, 355.

Molyneux (Molineux), , one of the Verderers of Sherwood Forest, 52.

-, Fra., memorial of, 24.

-, Nathaniel, Receiver General of Taxes for Lancashire, 616.

Monboddo, co. Kincardine, 521.

Moncal, Andrew, captain, French pensioner in Ireland, 406.

Monceau, Marie de, pension for, 553.

Money, English, seizure of, for attempted exportation, 565. See also Mint.

Monfort, Peter, lieutenant, French pensioner in Ireland, 406.

Monguyon, Charlotte, pension for, 553.

Monins, Sir Thomas, water bailiff of the river Severn, 382.

Monmouth, county of, Receiver General of Taxes. See Caswall, J.; Clifford, T.; sheriff of. See Van, C.

Monmouth, Duke of. See Scott, J.

Monroe, , 50.

Mont, Hester du, pension for, 553.

-, Marie du, pension for, 553.

Montage, Stephen, merchant, 245.

Montagu (Montague), Charles, 4th Earl of Manchester, Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 181, 297, 408, 603.

-, Edward, 3rd Earl of Sandwich, pension for, 548, 620.

-, George, 4th Earl of Halifax, 32.

-, -, Auditor of the Exchequer Receipt, 53, 592; allowance for extraordinary business, 667; certificates by, 129, 243, 249, 312, 429, 439, 573, 586, 643; issue to, 206; petition referred to, 226; replication referred to, 466; reports of, 23, 66, 115, 236, 413; warrant to, 671.

-, -, -, Ranger and Keeper of Bushey Park, 149, 206.

-, Sir James, a Baron of the Exchequer Court, 627.

-, -, Commissioner for the Great Seal, 363.

-, John, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 403.

-, -, Duke of Montagu, Master of the Great Wardrobe, 159, 209, 331, 359, 370, 451, 470, 499, 572, 576, 597, 675, 679; Knight Elect of the Garter, 314; Regiment of Horse of, 659.

-, Mary, Duchess of Montagu, office of Ranger and Keeper of Windsor Great Park, 467.

Montandre, Francis de la Rochefoucauld, Marquis de, Regiment of Foot of, 366, 391, 399, 537.

Montant, Ann de, pension of, 619.

-, Sylvia de, pension of, 619.

Monteleon, Marquis de, Ambassador Extraordinary from the King of Spain, 597; memorial relating to effects brought from the Indies, 102, 573, 597.

Montgomerie. See Montgomery.

Montgomery, county of, Chancellor of, Judicial seal for, 521; Chief Justice of, 203, 376; Receiver General of Taxes. See Burton, S.; Second Justice of. See Jefferys, E.; sheriff of. See Evans, J.

Montgomery (Montgomerie), Hugh, Comptroller of Customs at Irvine, 228.

-, John, Master of the Mint in Scotland, 628.

-, Lewis, Marquis Desbiars de, pension for, 553.

-, Robert, Comptroller of Customs at Irvine, 228.

-, -, lieutenant, placed on half pay, 28, 88, 509.

-, Sir Robert, baronet, executor of Judan Murray, 630, 645.

-, William, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 397.

Montier, Gilbert, officer of the Salt Duty at Kirkcaldy, 208; officer of the Salt Duty at Borrowstounness, 318.

Montigny, John Remy de, house in Duke Street, London, 15, 227; pension for, 553.

Montmeillan, Ann Gabriel de, pension for, 553.

Montrose, co. Forfar, tidewaiters at, 318.

Montrose, Duke of. See Graham, J.

Montsegur, Michel de, pension for, 553.

Montserrat, Lieutenant Governor of. See Talmash, T.

Moody, Eliza[beth], transported to America, 592.

-, James, issue to, for clerks and incidents of the Commissioners of Army Debts, 241, 380, 574.

-, John, colonel, Lieutenant Governor of Placentia Garrison and Commander in Chief of the Forces in Newfoundland, 81,468.

Moore (Moor, More), Arthur, Assiento contract, 21.

-, -, junior, Paymaster of the Band of Gentlemen Pen- sioners, 352, 490, 496, 595.

-, James, Paymaster of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 352, 490, 496, 595.

-, -, Purveyor of the Works, 542.

-, John, wine taster, petition for increased salary, 41, 320.

-, Robert, 313.

-, -, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 394.

-, Roger, apprehended for felony and burglary, 266.

-, Thomas, Paymaster General of the Forces Abroad, 4, 54, 94, 95; accounts of, 436; issue to, 543; payment by, 161.

-, -, Paymaster of Army Debts Debentures, 18, 21, 90, 193, 217, 236, 313, 441; clerk to. See Manley, J.

-, -, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 297, 491.

Mops, for the Chapel Royal, 448; for the House of Commons, 292.

Mordaunt, Harry, Treasurer and Paymaster of the Ordnance, 330; fees of, 290; issues to, 159, 186, 296, 325, 340, 350, 363, 444, 499, 562, 614, 661; loans by, 70, 350, 499, 562, 614.

-, [Henry], lieutenant general, Regiment of Foot of, 171, 218.

Mordington, Lady. See Douglas, Mary.

More. See Moore.

Morehouse, Thomas, tidesman at Leith, 318.

Morel, Philip, captain, French pensioner in Ireland, 407.

Moreton. See Morton.

Morgan, , recommendation of, 113.

-, Basil, waterman in London, 640, 661.

-, Charles, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 391.

-, Dorothy, tenant of a messuage in London, 252.

-, Francis, to be collector of Customs at Chepstow on a vacancy, 113.

-, John, lease of hospital called St. Dewys, alias St. Davids, alias St. Trinity's in Kingsthorpe, 168, 353.

-, Sarah, transported to America, 592.

-, [Thomas], major, payment due to, 58, 366.

Morocco, Emperor of, 362; Ambassador from, 51; Plenipotentiary to. See Cornwall, C.; Treaty with, 162.

Moron, Don Bernardo, royal bounty for, 352.

Morpeth, co. Northumberland, riding surveyor at, 209.

Morpeth, Lord. See Howard, H.

Morris (Morrice, Morrise), , advertisement in the Daily Courant, 208.

-, -, copper miller, 16.

-, David, pension for, 547.

-, Francis, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 392.

-, George, apprehended for felony and burglary, 266.

-, Richard, colonel, Regiment of Dragoons of, 389, 394, 537; half pay officer in Ireland, 394.

-, Samuel, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 397.

Morrison (Moryson), [Henry], brigadier, Regiment of Foot of, 31, 566, 679.

-, Margaret, pension for, 547.

Morse, Anne, et al., payment to, for robbery convictions, 141.

-, Jackman, clerk, incumbent of Minsterworth, pension of, 10, 35, 180, 306.

Mortimer, Sam., lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 386.

Morton (Moreton), , colonel, 272.

-, Mathew Ducie, colonel, lease of the hundred of Grumbalds Ash, 13, 90, 200, 515.

-, Peter, payment for printed Articles of Impeachment against the Earl of Oxford, 151.

-, Richard, King's waiter in London, 634, 640.

Mory, Henry, complaint against a Customs officer, 84, 480.

-, -, petition for employment in the Customs, 40, 96, 381.

-, -, copying clerk of the Entries Inwards in London, 508.

Moryson. See Morrison.

Moscardin, Ch., Serjeant, of the Earl of Galway's Spanish Regiment of Foot, 175.

Moses, , captain, 597.

-, William, King's waiter in London, 508.

Mosse, George, ensign, half pay for, 88, 509.

Mossom, David, minister going to New England, 528.

Mostyn, Sir Roger, Paymaster of the Marine Regiments, 35, 40, 93, 313, 332, 519; accounts of, 314, 436; issue to, 235; payment by, 270; reports of, 23, 65, 379; seal of, 36, 320; South Sea Company stock in the hands of, 79; weekly certificate of Army Debts Debentures issued by, 441.

Mothe, Jacob de la, pension of, 619.

Mott (Motte), Daniel, stamper in the Stamp Office, 371.

-, alias Popham, Edward, apprehended for robbery, 186.

Motteux, Timothy, seizure of parcel of anatta, 38, 310, 331.

Mouchand, Jean, pension for, 553.

Moulaine, Marie la, pension of, 619.

Moult, George, of London, surety for Sir Harcourt Masters, 79, 445.

Mounsell, Jonath., lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 400.

Mounsey, Thomas, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 399.

Mountjoy, co. Tyrone, castle and lands of, 373.

Mountjoy, Lord. See Stewart, W.

Mowat, Sir Win wood, pension for, 547.

Mowberry, John, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 403.

Mowstieures, John, apprehended for highway robbery, 186.

Moya, Diego de, captain, of the Earl of Galway's Spanish Regiment of Foot, 176.

Muce, Henriette Marie de la, pension for, 553.

Muckersie, co. Perth, 564.

Mue, Susanna Farey de, pension for, 545.

Mulatiers, A., 277.

Mulcaster, John, securities in the hands of, 64, 68, 69, 71, 91.

Mules, for the Army, 172, 219, 220, 274, 430, 456, 630, 645.

Muller, Samuel, of London, merchant, 237, 512.

Mulse, Thomas, Clerk of the Assize of the Oxford Circuit, 237.

Mum, John, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 297, 490.

Mum, duties on. See Malt.

Munro (Munroe), , colonel, 254.

-, George, Chamberlain and Collector of the rents of the Earldom of Ross and Lordship of Ardmanoch, 137.

-, Henry, colonel, petition to be placed on half pay, 47, 331.

-, Robert, a Commissioner for Forfeited Estates, 264, 339, 603.

-, -, colonel, payment to, 4, 161.

-, Sir Robert, annuity of, 476.

Munster, bishop of, 178; troops of, 11, 178.

Munster, Duchess of. See Melusina, Ermengarde.

Mure, William, of Caldwell, advocate, 137.

Murphy (Murfey), Thomas, senior, Deputy Marshal of the Savoy, 317, 612.

Murray, Alexander, Lord Elibanck, pension of, 153, 475.

-, George, Paymaster of the 1,400,000l. Lottery anno 1714, 19, 158, 176, 227, 228, 267, 270, 298, 319, 587.

-, John, tidewaiter at Aberdeen, 527.

-, Duke of Atholl, payment for services at the time of the Rebellion, 211.

-, Judan, ensign, in Lieutenant General Macartney's Regiment, 630, 645.

-, Mathew, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 401.

-, Richard, captain, clandestine trade with Sweden, 216.

-, William, Lord Nairn, forfeited estate of, 434, 564.

-, -, -, Margaret, Lady Nairn, wife of, 24, 87, 89, 97, 434, 496, 516, 564.

Muscovy. See Russia.

Musgrace [? Musgrave], Philip, Postmaster of Boston, New England, 503.

Musgrave, C., certificate by, 273.

Music, composition of, 102.

Muskets, inadvertently shipped to England by the Royal Africa Company, 643.

Muslins, duties on. See Customsduties.

Mutiny Act, 293.

Myers (Miers), Joshua, landwaiter and coastwaiter at Poulton, 611.

-, Richard, Postmaster in Lancashire, 93.