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Macarty, Charles, 313.

Maccarty, Col., routed, 474.

Macarty, Major, 153.

-, Major-General, 440.

-, Mr., 72 (2).

M'Cartney, Elizabeth and James, petition of, 243.

Maccarell (variously spelt), Master, or Mr. Robert, merchant, owner of two transports, 348.

-, -, petition of, his ships to be delivered to him, 362.

-, -, 413.

-, -, his ships seized in Ireland as French, a witness against Mr. Carleton, petition of, 419.

-, -, controversy as to his ships, &c., 467 (3), 479, 572.

-, -, escaped from prison in France, petition of, 572.

Macclesfield, the Earl of, petition of, &c., 387, 411, 480.

-, -, (mines), 252 (2).

Mack Donell, Elizabeth, widow of Lieut. Edward, who was slain at Angwin in Flanders, destitute, &c., petition of, 311.

Macdonnel, Mrs., 300l. a year to, 533.

Mace, 83.

MacElligott, Ro., a prisoner of state in the Tower, 402 (2).

-, -, -, his subsistence unpaid, 402.

Machado [ ], engaged in providing the army, 381, 498.

Machon, Clement, 101.

Mackay, Col., the regiment of, 520.

-, Lieut.-General, the regiment of, 239.

-, Major-General, 169.

-, Mr., allowance as a riding surveyor, 291.

Mackenzie, Rod., 100.

Macy or Macey, Mr., or Mr. Geo., (Mint), 285, 444.

-, -, petition of, 432.

-, -, apprehends clippers and coiners, 305.

-, -, to go the Oxford circuit, 305.

-, -, clerk of the warden of the Mint, 536.

-, -, his expenses for proceeding against the sheriff of London unpaid, 536.

-, -, wounds received in apprehending clippers, &c., 536.

-, -, to recover the clippings, 537.

-, -, on the claims to clippings, 541.

Maddock, Mr. R., 121.

Maddocks, Mr., 502.

Madoxe, Philip, of the Council Office, 232.

Madre d'Deos, the ship, 70.

Madrid, 6.

-, expresses to, 406.

Maes, the, (Holland), 407.

Maestricht, arms bought at, 411.

Magdalen, the, packet or advice boat, 169.

Magill, Sir John, Bart., petition of, 37.

Magistrate, persons carrying packs to be taken before a, 4.

Magistrates, election of, 447.

Magnoni, Francis, merchant, of London (Customs), 486.

Maidstone, 157.

Maine, Col. Edmund, brigadier of horse, petition of, 170.

Maine, Col. Edward, a brigadier of horse, petition of, 174.

-, the province of, 203.

Mainwaring, Mr. George, M.P., 46.

-, Alderman, 59.

Maitland, Lord, 23 (2).

Makay, Col., the regiment of, 351.

Malaga, 444.

Malden, 118.

Mallet, Curry, see Curry.

-, Shepton, see Shepton.

Malonier, Brigadier la, 242.

Malthus, Mr., (Customs), 436.

-, William, petition of, 386.

Malton, co. York, 153.

Man, the Isle of, 546.

-, the governor of the Isle of, 190.

-, the Isle of, privilege of provisions free of customs and excise enjoyed by the Earl of Derby, 189.

Mancell, William, of Guernsey, 315.

Manchester, 339.

Maning, Charles, enjoyed the money of a lunatic, 405.

Manly or Manley, Mr., with Mr. Coke, sent to St. Sebastian to inquire of the growth of wine in Spain, 493, 540 (2).

Manley, Mr., and others, employed on the coasts of Kent and Sussex to prevent communication with France, 564.

Mansfield, Margaret, widow of Mr. Isaac Mansfield, a prebendary of St. Finburries, Cork, and rector of Ballimony, killed in the war in Ireland, petition of, 168.

Manufacture, English, 138.

Maquenez (empire of Morocco), 238.

Marais, Henry de, 115.

Marble, 169.

Margate, 48, 195.

-, the pier wardens petition for 100l., 508.

-, sands, vessel lost on, 102.

Marie Kirk, letter dated at, 516.

Marine regiment, 153 (2), 155, 313.

-, regiments, the two, 268.

-, -, the, 224, 233.

-, -, arrears of, petitions, &c., 291, 480, 546, 556.

-, -, the colonels of, 546.

-, -, imprests to, 427.

-, -, (first), clothing the, 507.

Mariners, 134 (2), 146, 163.

-, English, 71.

-, and seamen to appear at Chatham, 2.

-, or seafaring men, lists of, 140, 157.

Marines, 345.

Marlborough, the Earl of, 12, 14, 118, 167, 172, 188.

Marriage, tables of, 470.

Marriages, duties on, 445, 461.

-, raising money on, 481.

Marriott, R., deputy auditor, 58, 62.

Marryott, Isaac, petition of, &c., 28 (2), 29.

-, -, gent., petition of, 384.

-, Mr., 121 (2).

Marseilles, 323.

Marshall, the Earl, 432.

-, the city, 491.

Marshall or Martial of the forces, 461.

-, Francis, master of a ship, petition of, 216.

-, James, of Wisbeach in the Isle of Ely, co. Cambridge, gent., petition of, 35.

-, John, gent., a patent waiter of the port of London, petition of, 521.

-, Margaret, relict of William Marshall, carpenter, imprisoned by her husband's creditors, petition of, 215.

-, Thomas, a Protestant opposed to the popish interest, imprisoned, employed in Holland, came over with the King, marched to London, &c. petition of, 38.

Marshalsea, in the Savoy, 461.

Martin, Benjamin, 382.

-, John, of Plymouth, Esq., petition of, 53, 54 (2).

-, Mr. Joseph, dealer in stores for the navy, 504, 518.

-, Mr., [merchant], (sale of hemp), 507, 512, 514.

-, Peter, the estate of, (Galway), 506.

-, Thomas, (treasurership of Jamaica), 569 (2).

-, Tutchen, 288.

-, William, 330.

Martinico expedition, 326, 409.

Martinique service (Transport), 446, 454.

Marton, Count, regiment of, 426.

Mary, Queen of King James II., goods of, 353.

-, Queen of Will. III., [mourning for] and funeral of, 425, 428, 432.

Mary, the ship, a “cat,” 174.

-, -, arrears to, 270.

Maryland, 111, 190, 226, 267 (2), 354 (2), 385, 409, 449 (2), 470, 484.

-, captain-general of, 7.

-, St. Mary's there, 7.

-, agents of, petition of, 193.

-, proposed survey of woods there, 203.

-, merchants, &c., traders to, memorial of, 226.

-, ships trading to, 266.

-, the assembly or convention of, petition of, &c., 266, 267 (2).

-, the government of, 267.

-, the Lord Baltemore or Baltimore proprietor of, 267.

-, trade to, destroyed, 354.

-, the province of, 372, 375, 409.

-, muskets sent to, 372.

Maryland, vessels employed on the coast of, 396, 402.

-, the governor of, 402, 403, 409.

Marylebone Park, 84.

Mason, Hugh, 117.

-, John, of St. Ives (co. Huntingdon), gent., nominated receiver-general of the aid in the co. of Huntingdon, the university and town of Cambridge, 216.

-, Thomas, Mr., 72 (2).

Masons, affidavits of, 87.

Massachusetts Bay, 214 (2), 333.

Massereene, the Lord Viscount, petition of, 377.

Master of the Horse, 153.

Master, Robert, merchant of London, petition of, 265.

-, see Requests.

Masters, Francis, master of the ship Fortune, petition of, 143.

Masters of ships, 259, 260 (2), 261 (2), 263, 264, 282, 291, 305.

-, a mutiny of them feared, 259.

Masts, 132, 357, 386.

-, for the King's stores, 132.

Mathew, Benjamin, receiver of the land tax, co. Northampton, petition of, 419 (2).

Mathewes, George, petition of, 367.

-, Thos., gent., receiver-general of the aid for the co. of Hereford, petition of, 75.

Mathews, the Hon. Col. Edw., the regiment of, 341.

-, Mr., 117.

-, Mr. [Wm.], to advance money on Exchequer bills at 1 per cent., 546.

-, Wm., (Exchequer bank), 545.

-, Thomas, gent., receiver-general of an aid and quarterly poll, co. Hereford, petition of, 292.

Mat-laying, 422.

“Matrosses” [soldiers in the artillery], 304, 439.

Matthias, John, and Mary his wife, 339.

Maud, Edmund, administrator of his brother, George Maud, late a quartermaster, killed in Ireland, petition of, 256.

Maulakinahane, lands in, 566.

Maurice, Margaret, relict of Dr. Maurice, late Dean of Londonderry, deceased, the great sufferines and losses of, in Ireland, petitions, &c. of, 375, 415.

-, -, confined for debt, and her children uneducated, 416.

-, -, her husband defended the castle of Dungannon, 416.

Maurish, Mr., a King's messenger, 493.

Mausoleum in [Westminster] Abbey, 432.

May, Mr. Baptist, petition of, &c., 65, 192 (2), 512.

-, -, keeper of the Great Park at Windsor, petition of, 221.

May, Charles, Esq., petition of, 222.

-, Edw., Esq., petition of, (forfeited estate of Lord Galmoy), 502.

-, Hugh, Esq., paymaster of the works, 20.

-, Mr., master keeper of Hasteborough Walk, in the forest of Whittlewood, petition of, 284.

Mayo, Sarah, widow, 314.

Mazling sluice, a ship from, 66.

Mazot, the Chevalier de Meaujen, 298.

Mead, Sir John, counsel-at-law, 466.

Meagher, Thady, 490.

Meal, 3s. a barrel charged on, 107.

Meath, Edw., Earl of, petition of, touching the lordship of Lea, 302.

-, co., 469, 492.

-, forfeited estates in, 272.

Mechlen, letter dated at, 517.

Medals, effigies for, 53.

-, coronation, 53.

-, engraver of, 108.

-, profit of making, by the engraver of the Mint, 513.

-, none made since the death of the Queen, 514.

Medcalfe, George, petition of, (Customs), 460, 473, 510.

Medical certificate, 343.

“Medicaments,” 62, 291.

Medicines, 160, 199, 218, 275, 395, 488.

Medina, Moses, petition of, 373.

-, Sol, or “Sal.” de, petition, &c. of, 486, 498 (2).

-, Valemon de, memorial of, &c. (Transport Service), 381 (2).

Mediterranean, the, 44, 388.

-, English and Dutch ships for the, 368.

-, squadron, 451.

-, Seas, the fleet in the, 547.

Medlycott or Medlicut, Mr. Thomas, barrister-at-law, petitions of, 471, 472.

Medway, the river, 138.

-, -, forts on, 324.

-, damage on the, 388,

Meech, Thomas, 348.

Meeke, Anthony, 360 (2).

Meer, manor of, 8.

Meese, Lieut. Carew, deceased, the pay of, 508.

Meester, W., 446.

-, Mr., (hire of vessels), 449 (2).

Mein, Patrick, 256.

Melfort, John, Earl of, [secretary to King James II.], outlawed for treason, his goods, &c., 160.

-, -, his letter to Mons. de Pont Chartrain, 248.

-, -, inquisition on, 240.

Meloniere, the Seigniour, the goods of, 38.

Melionere or Melonier, Col. de la, the regiment of, 180, 209.

-, Major-General La, the regiment of, 392.

-, General La, 456.

Men-of-war, 75, 325.

-, goods smuggled by their ungovernable carriage in relation to the customs, 234.

-, and tenders hired, 507.

Mercers' Hall, 525.

Merchant Adventurers, see Bristol.

Merchants, combination of, 368.

-, east country and other, refuse to supply hemp, &c., 503 (2), 505, 507.

-, of London, 3.

Mere, manor of, (Wilts), 394.

Meredith, Sir Charles, petition of, (forfeited estates), 571.

-, Lieut. Thomas, the pay of, petition of, 508.

Merick, Giles, merchant of Bristol, petition of (tobacco imported), 284.

Merioneth, mines to be discovered in, 251, 252.

Merret, Thomas, of London, merchant, 250.

Merriott, Mr. William, deputy customer of Bristol, 148.

Mervin, Sir Audley, [Speaker of the House of Commons (Ireland)], 468 (3).

Messengers, their Majesties', or messengers of the chamber, 40 in ordinary, scale or standing rules for making their bills, 378.

-, allowance for keeping prisoners, 378.

Messina, 536.

Metal, mixed, 138,

Meters, London, the, 486.

Methwen, Mr., envoy extraordinary in Portugal, 288.

Mews, the, 233, 325.

Meyn, Derrick, petition of, 246.

Michelburne, Col. John, petition of, 171.

-, Col., the regiment of, 188.

Middlesex, 23, 78, 220, 336.

-, justices of, 157, 159 (2).

Middleton, the Earl of, 172.

-, Mr., 173, 180.

-, Hugh, apprehended at Palace Yard, Westminster, 285.

-, [Humphrey], executed for treason, &c., 299, 305, 329, 541.

-, Sir Richard, of Chirk Castle, co. Denbigh, Bart., 421, 438.

-, Mr. Walter, 184.

-, Walter, Esq., customer of the port of Milford, 44

-, -, petition of, &c., 283.

Midsummer-Norton, mines there, 372.

Midwinter, William, gent., 130 (4).

Milford, port, &c. of, 44, 58, 244, 283, 346, 553.

-, establishment for the port of, (Customs), 528.

-, Haven, 84, 180 (2).

Militia, 13.

-, officers, the Earl of Bath could not trust, 30.

Mill, Adriell, stationer, 181.

Milled money, 138, 518.

-, shipped and seized, 528.

Miller, Andrew, fled from Dublin, 52.

-, Francis, merchant of London, 50.

-, Matthias, gentleman, controller of customs of Carlisle, petitions of, 55, 195.

Millmoore or Millheymoor common, 21, 22.

Milton, alias Middleton, Kent, the rectory and tithes of, 199.

Minehead, the port of, 52, 84, 320.

Mines, Bromfield and Yale full of, 437.

-, copper, in England and Wales, 249.

-, in Somersetshire, 373.

-, a tenth of the profit of, payable to the Crown, 242.

-, a thirteenth part of minerals less than was usually reserved, a sixth and not less than a tenth on lead and ore reserved, 252.

Ministers, 6.

-, abroad, 92.

Minories, the, 74, 570.

Minshall-Vernon manor, Cheshire, 29.

Mint, the, 325, 480, 482, 492, 551.

-, alterations required in the building, 478.

-, artificers of the, 551.

-, assay master, 494.

-, Bennett's house in possession of the office of Ordnance, 514.

-, -, application for, 545.

-, Bristol, 538, 570.

-, building a, 484.

-, Chester, 535.

-, chief graver of the stamps and irons, 108.

-, clippers, the petitions of, generally referred to the, 234.

-, coining, proposal for, 567.

-, Comrs of the, 11.

-, controller of the, 486, 494.

-, copper, 375.

Mints, country, 513, 516, 518 (2), 522, 535, 545, 551 (3), 552, 558.

-, country, the five mints in the, 518.

-, -, all finished, 545.

Mint, a country, officers and tools for a, 484.

-, Coventry, petition for a, 562.

Mints, dies for the, 513.

Mint, the engraver at the, 513, 514.

-, the engraver's house, 182.

Mint, the establishment of the, 513.

-, at Exeter, 508, 541.

-, hammered silver moneys, directions of the Act as to, &c., 568.

-, Hereford, 495 (2).

-, master of the, 494, 551.

-, the master and worker, or master worker of the, 23, 106, 492, 512, 514, 519, 543, 551 (2).

-, melting and coining must cease at the mints unless there was an advance, 556.

-, melting, claims for, &c., 563.

-, moneyers of the, 495.

-, moneyers' hall, 182.

-, Norwich, 510, 545.

-, and officers of the, 11, 20, 23, 29, 53 (10), 108, 110, 182, 214, 229, 230 (2), 234, 249, 286, 365, 366, 376, 486, 507, 508, 509, 551, 573.

-, officers of, seek allowance of taxes on their salaries, 421.

-, -, allowances to, 495.

-, and Ordnance, dispute as to the Martin Tower in the Tower of London, 504.

-, Paris and Brussels, 53.

-, the pix, 518.

-, the porter of the, 545.

-, the principal officers of the, memorial of, &c., 478, 493, 555.

-, provost of the, 495, 516.

-, puncheons for, 513.

-, Scotland, 23 (3).

-, silver money, coining of, 478, 559.

-, standard of the, in England, 214.

-, surveyor of the meltings and clerk of the irons, 494.

-, Tower of London, the provost and corporation of the moneyers of, the grievances of, by the Coinage Act, petition of, 571.

-, -, a corporation above 300 years, the rate of their pay, labourers and horses employed, &c., 571.

-, -, engineers' charges for tools, 551.

-, warden of, in the Tower, 23.

-, -, 305 (2), 306, 421, 506, 513, 536; see also Newton.

-, weigher and teller, 494.

-, York, 508, 540, 548, 554.

-, see Farthings.

Mise payable on creation of the Prince of Wales, 437.

Missen, land at, 464.

Mitchell, Edward, gent., receiver general of an aid in the co. and city of Gloucester, petition for his extraordinary charges, 294.

-, Sir Michael, petition of, (forfeitures), 433.

-, -, Kt., petition of, (services in Ireland), 445.

Mitchell, Vice-Admiral, 523.

Mitton, Mr. Thomas, (Customs), 315 (4).

Mockford, John, and another officer at Bourn and Pevensey in Sussex, taken prisoners, 49.

Modena, the Duchess of, mourning for, 425.

-, the ship, cast away, 460.

Moden, Mr., to transport French Protestants to Ireland, 468.

Mogg, John, a tenant of Sir Hugh Tynte, 372.

Mogridge, Mr. John, 165.

Mogul, the Great, prizes taken from, 196, 279.

-, the, tenths of vessels taken from the, 381.

Molasses, 47, 93.

-, French, (duties on), 460.

Molesworth, Mr., 96 (2).

Molyneaux or Mollineux, Francis, of London, draper (army clothing), 213, 247, 286.

-, -, petition of, 285.

Molyneux, Mr., receiver general of Lancashire, 309.

Monamy, Andrew, a guardian of the children of Peter Monamy, 565.

Moncrief, Arthur, master of the ship Seven Stars of London, petition of, 52.

Money, broad, exchanging for profit, persons fined for, 444.

-, clipped, 494.

-, coined, carrying by men-of-war, &c., 516.

-, concealed from the Crown, 177.

-, counterfeit, 557.

-, cracked, 246.

-, engines for marking, 154.

-, light, loss of 25 or 30 per cent. on, 357.

-, newly coined, 542.

-, new, coined from clipped money, 563.

-, seized on board a boat, 546.

-, shipped, 155.

-, sized, blanched, and coined, 563.

-, taken up at considerable loss, 568.

-, to be raised, 2,000l. on every million to be allowed, 455.

-, non-transport of, from port to port, 244.

-, value of, since King Henry the VIIIth's time not above a fourth for hay, corn, cheese, &c., 230.

-, weighed to be re-coined, 483.

Moneyers at the Mint to prepare more markers' tools, 508.

-, the corporation of, labourers of, 514 (2).

-, the allowance to, 563.

Monmouth, the county of, 174.

-, the Duke of, 19, 164, 308.

-, -, took 200l. from the customer of Lyme, 265.

-, -, his house in Soho, 292.

Monmouth, the sister of the Duke of, 36.

-, the Earl of, 151, 361.

-, -, memorial of, men sent from his regiment to Flanders and Ireland, 197.

-, the mayor of, 155.

Monpouillan, the Marquis of, 550 (2).

Monroe, Col., the regiment of, 152, 188, 496.

Montrath, Earl of, 4.

Montserrat, 444.

Montagne, Anthony la, a Venetian of the Romish religion, as to the oaths, petition of, 280.

Montague, Charles, 173.

-, -, [a Lord of the Treasury], 415.

-, the Rt. Hon. Charles, Chancellor of the Court of Exchequer, 502.

Montagu or Montague, Ralph, Earl of, petition of, &c., 414, 443 (2), 452, 469.

-, -, master of the great wardrobe, 352, 464, 521.

-, Mr., 405.

Montargier, Lieut.-Col., petition of, 411.

Montgomery, William, Lord, the admission of to the manor of Hendon, 366.

-, -, his power of making leases, petition of, 429.

-, Lord, son of the Earl of Powis, 429.

-, Sir James, the escape of, 557.

-, co., 322.

Montserrat, the Island of, 235, 335, 508.

Moor, Mr., 113.

Moore, Captain, well affected to the Government, 498.

-, John, “the tripe-man,” executed for high treason, 454.

-, Roger, Esq., 111 (2).

Moore's Court, Great Peter Street, Westminster, 455.

Mordant or Mordaunt, Col. Henry, memorials of, 371, 426.

-, Sir John, Kt., petition of, 152.

Morden, Sir John, petition of, 327.

Mordington, James, Lord, petition, &c. of, 278 (2).

Moredijcke, in Holland, 199, 203, 206, 208 (2), 212.

Morfee, John, conductor of the train of artillery in Ireland, petition of, 311.

Morgan, the Hon. Sir John, regiment of foot, 241.

-, Major Jenkin, 477.

-, Margaret, spinster, daughter of the Attorney General for Ireland, who was killed by the popish rebels, petition of, 311.

-, -, discovers a robbery of crown plate, &c., 311.

-, Sir Thomas, Bart., 398.

Morine, Thomas, sutler, petition of, (payments for guards, 391 (2).

Morlaix (France), 289.

Morland, Sir Samuel, 87, 178 (2).

Morley and Mounteagle, Thomas, Lord, pension, &c., petitions of, &c., 45, 46, 312.

-, Sir William, K.B., master keeper of the East Walk in the Forest of Bere (Southampton), petition of, 148.

Morocco, the Emperor of, 238.

Morris, Edward, (forfeitures of), 485.

-, Mr. Thomas, the Exeter carrier, 195, 541.

-, William, master apothecary, petition of, 412.

Morrison, Margaret, her husband botanic professor and physician of King Charles II., petition of, 312.

Morse, Mr. Simon, late receiver of the port of London, 288.

-, Simon, receiver of outward customs (London), petition of, 419.

Mortality, bills of, 414, 466.

Mortimer, James, cornet, slain at the battle of the Boyne, 485.

Mortlake, petition of the inhabitants of, 187.

Morton, John, spoiled by the French privateers, petition of, 409.

Mostyn, 146.

-, Sir Roger, 438.

Mote Park, adjoining the great park at Windsor, 337, 443 (2), 452 (2).

Motte, Mons. le, an engineer, killed in the expedition against Brest, 411.

Moulsey, East, manor, office of bailiff and collector of rents, 33.

“Mount,” the, 2.

Mount-Alexander, the Earl of, 476.

Mountague, Mr., one of the clerks of the Privy Council, 118.

-, Christopher, Esq., executor of Edward Mountague, 97.

Mountcashell, the Lord, wounded, &c., 334.

Mounteagle, the Lord Morley, memorial of, 119; see also Morley.

Mountjoy, the Lord, petitions of, 32, 429.

Mountslemery, William, master of the Olive Branch, escaped from Ireland, 41.

Mourning, see Mary, Queen.

Mowett, Roger, 52.

Mulgrave, the Right Hon. [John], Earl of, his lodgings, 16.

Mum, petition of the importers of, 156.

Mun, Thomas, Esq., petitions of, &c., 41, 47, 69.

Munday, John, apprehends several persons, petition of, 557.

Murders, &c., 438.

Murray, Mr., late commissary at Hounslow Heath, 387.

-, Mr., commissary of provisions for Jamaica, 391.

-, John, deputy commissary, 327.

Murrey or Murray, commissary of provisions, memorial of, &c., 376, 401.

Muscovy Company, petition of the, 82.

Musgrave Thomas, 304.

Music, their Majesties' vocal, joined with the instrumental in the two last reigns, petition as to, 295.

Musicians, the harper in ordinary to their Majesties, 191.

Muskerry, co. Cork, lands in, forfeited, 415.

Muskets, matchlock, 426.

Muslin, India, imported from Holland, 233.

-, seized, 278.

Muster, men respited on the, 403.

Musters, the deputy commissary of, 16.

-, see Ireland.

Muster master, the, 133.

-, rolls, 347, 363.

-, of a regiment, the, taken by the French, 274.

Mytton, Mr., controller of Hull, 83 (2).



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