Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 30, 1716. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1958.
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Haarlem, Holland, Society of, 239.
Hacker, Samuel, waiter and searcher at Charmouth in Lyme Regis port, 212.
Hackney Coaches and Chairs, coachmen, regulating of, 57, 306.
-, Commissioners for, attending the Houses of Parliament, 306.
-,-, certifying weekly receipts of their revenue, 164.
-,-, letter to, 175.
-,-, report of, 115.
-,-, salaries of, 56, 57.
-,-, warrants to, 115.
-,-, See also Barnard, C.; Blake, D.; Clark, G.; Idle, J.; Molyneux, M.; Sutton, T.; Way, J.
-, Duties on, Receiver of. See Wharton, E.
-,-, Register of. See Bolton, .
-, fees, tables of, public display of, 175.
-, office for, in Surrey Street, 115.
-,-, incidents bill, 56, 57. 170, 306, 510, 614.
-,-, salary bill, 56, 170, 306, 510, 614.
-, revenue of, weekly receipts of, 164.
-, Solicitor for. See Pye, J.
Haddington, Earl of. See Hamilton, T.
Haddock, John, nominated for employment in the Leather Duties, 111.
Hagar, William, warehousekeeper of prohibited East India goods in London port, 495, 585.
Haggers, Thomas, late waiter and searcher at Haverford West, 533.
Hagget, Thomas, nutmegs, brandy, pepper, etc., belonging to, 602.
Hague, the, Holland, 613.
-, allowance to Messengers of the Chamber journeying to, 320.
-, English Church at, Minister of, pension for, 235.
-, Minister at. See Walpole, H.
-, Society of French Gentlewomen a, pension of, 237.
Hague, Robert, Surveyor of the duties on Houses for co. Derby, 53.
Halberton, co. Devon, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 166.
Haldane, James, Resident with the Czar of Muscovy, 404, 411.
-, John, collector of Customs at Prestonpans, 101, 453.
-, -, collector of the Salt duties at Prestonpans, 102.
-, -, Commissioner of Customs and Salt duties in Scotland, 27, 349, 569.
-, -, landsurveyor at Inverness, 453.
-, -, of Gleneagles, 464; annuity of, 195, 421, 460, 540, 559; assisting in the survey of a silver mine at Alloa, 442.
-, -, recommended for employment in the Excise, Scotland, 249.
-, Patrick, one of the Commissioners for Stating the Equivalent due in Scotland, 279, 387; resignation of, 23, 25.
Hales, Joseph, Surveyor of the duties on Houses for co. Norfolk, 54.
-, Robert, a Clerk of the Privy Council, 159, 563, 564.
Halford, co. Warwick, 401.
Halifax, Earl of. See Montagu, C.; Montagu, G.
Hall (Hull), , clerk to the Accomptant General for Forfeited Estates in Scotland, 357.
-, , petition for reward for discovering frauds in the tobacco trade, 547.
-, Benjamin, a Serjeant at Arms, 60, 459, 539, 564.
-, Chamneys, plasterer, 516.
-, Elizabeth, pension for, 231.
-, John, boatman at Dumbarton, 505.
-, -, tidewaiter at Prestonpans, 599.
-, Joseph, a Serjeant at Arms, 353, 393, 459, 539, 564.
-, Thomas, Comptroller of the duties on Salt and Rock Salt, 468.
-, -, Wardrobekeeper at Windsor Castle, 182, 449.
Hallowes, Samuel, a Commissioner to inquire into losses and damages caused by rebels in co. Lancaster, 424.
Halsal, James, Surveyor General of Customs, 351.
Hamburg, Germany, bills drawn for the Victualling Commissioners in, 23; merchant of, 602; tin at, loans on, 46, 567.
Hamilton, Archibald, Lord Hamilton, leaving Jamaica, 601.
-, Decree, payment for taking a Tory, 203.
-, Elizabeth, Countess of Orkney pension paid to, for the children of Colonel [Sir Edward] Villiers, 234.
-, Gaven, salt officer in the Borrowstounness collection, 507.
-, George, Earl of Orkney, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 469, 509: Governor of Virginia, 112, 417; regiment of Foot of, pay of, 261, 337.
-, Hans, brigadier, regiment of Foot of, mustered in Flanders and now on the Irish Establishment, 532; pay of, 256, 261, 338.
-, James, Auditor of Crown Revenues in Scotland, 586.
-, -, investigating a silver mine in Scotland, 44, 442; payments for, 410, 416, 537, 554.
-, John, collector of Customs at Prestonpans, dismissed, 101.
-, -, collector of Salt duties at Prestonpans, dismissed, 102.
-, -, tidewaiter at Dumfries, dismissed, 99.
-, -, tidewaiter at Kirkcaldy, 102.
-, Thomas, investigating a silver mine in Scotland, 44; payment to, 442.
-, -, 6th Earl of Haddington, annuity or pension for, 421, 463, 464, 540, 559.
-, William, King's Almoner in Scotland, 188.
Hammond, Anthony, Deputy Paymaster of the Forces in Spain, 334.
Hampden, Richard, one of the four Tellers of the Exchequer Receipt, 294, 307; securities of, 299.
Hampton, co. Middlesex, Church at, Rector of, pension in lieu of tithes for lands inclosed in Hampton Court Park, 235; poor of, pension for, 235.
Hampton Court, co. Middlesex, 360, 509.
-, allowance to Messengers of the Chamber for journeying to, 320.
-, Canal at, 361.
-, gamekeeper of, 183, 450.
-, Gardens, 386, 391; works at, 164, 369, 480, 543.
-, Honor of, 109.
-, House. See belowPalace.
-, House Park, Keeper of. See Seymour, C., Duke of Somerset.
-,-, lands inclosed in, tithes for, 235.
-,-, lodges in, repairs to, 208.
-,-, Mower of the Brakes, 206.
-,-, Paddock stables, repairs to, 208.
-,-, Paler of, 206.
-,-, Royal Gardens in, 208. Bowling Green, or Court, 391, 447. Glass Case Garden, 447. Great Fountain Garden, 447. Great Terrace, 447. Kitchen Garden, 447. Lower Wilderness, 447. Melon Ground, 447. Pheasant Yard Court, 447. Princess Court, 447. Privy Garden, 386, 447. Quadrangle, 447. Tennis Court, 447. Wilderness Grove, 447. stables in, two new, 208. Stud in, Master of. See Marshall, R.; necessary works and repairs at, 170, 208, 308. underkeepers in, 206.
-, Mews at, works at, 480.
-, Palace, Bedchamber women's apartments at, furnishings for, 485, 486.
-,-, Chaplain of, pension for, 235.
-,-, clocks and watches at, care of, 319.
-,-, Court resident at, allowances to servants attending the King, 323.
-,-, Drawing Room, 361, 371.
-,-, lodgings in, of the Chaplains in waiting, 321, 600; of the Comptroller of the Household, 136; of the Gold Staff Officer, 372; of the master carpenter of the Works, 105.
-,-, fire engines at, fitting up of, 386.
-,-, Musick Room, to be a temporary Guard Chamber, 361, 371.
-,-, Oratory, 520, 586; repairs to, 361, 371.
-,-, Prince and Princess of Wales's Apartments at 520, 609; furniture for, 372.
-,-, Prince's Backstairs, 361, 371.
-,-, Princess's Presence Chamber and Apartment, repairs to, 272, 386, 390, 391; wainscot for, 226, 251.
-,-, Reader at, pension for, 235.
-,-, royal warrants dated at, 384, 385, 387, 397, 398, 404 (bis), 408, 409, 410, 417, 420, 421, 422, 427, 442, 446, 448, 450, 453, 469, 477, 484, 487, 488, 498, 500, 504, 525, 526, 531, 538.
-,-, Underhousekeeper at, 318; house of, repairs to, 419, 483. See also English, S.
-,-, works and alterations at, 164, 361, 369, 371, 386, 391, 480, 543, 586.
-, Privy Lodgings and Standing Wardrobe at, Keeper of, 318. See also Marriott, R.
-, regiments of Foot Guards encamped at, 574.
-, Stud at. See Hampton CourtHouse Park, Stud in.
Hampton in Arden, co. Warwick, 403.
Hampton Lucy, co. Warwick, 399.
Hampton, Richard, Receiver General of Taxes for cos. Anglesey, Carnarvon and Merioneth, 169.
-, See also Rampton.
Hanaper, the, Office of, clerk in, 605; fees in, 605.
Hanbury, John, bills drawn on, 23.
-, Thomas, Serjeant at Law, associate Judge in the Northern Circuit, 500.
Hancock, , Comptroller of the Wine Licence revenue, 145.
-, Jeremiah, brazier, supplying fire irons, etc., for royal apartments at Kensington, 486.
-, Thomas, clerk to the Accomptant General for Forfeited Estates in England, 357.
Hndel (Hendell), George Frederick, pension for, 231.
Hanet, John, coastwaiter in London port, 246.
Hanmer, Isabella, Countess Dowager of Arlington, pension for, 228.
-, alias Hunt, a Popish priest, apprehended, 87.
Hanneken, John Lewis, employed in His Majesty's service at the Court of the King of Denmark, 225, 241, 474, 550, 567.
Hanover, Court of, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Hyde, E., Earl of Clarendon; Norroy King at Arms taking Garter ensigns for Princes at, 405; royal warrants dated at, 420, 530, 561.
-, Elector of, Convention Act with, for furnishing Troops of Hanover and Celle for the war in the Low Countries, 154, 265, 269, 330.
-, House of, riots with threats against, 558.
-, linens of, duties on, 20; imported, 190.
-, Queen Anne's Secretary at. See Dalais, I.
-, troops of. See Armyin the Low Countries, 40,000 Augmentation Troops.
Hanse Towns, Resident with. See Wyche, C.
Hansell, Thomas, Surveyor of the duties on Houses for the West Riding of co. York, 53.
Happing, co. Norfolk, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 167.
Harbord, Sir Charles, a, Trustee for the Sale of Fee Farm Rents, 202.
-, William, a Trustee for the Sale of Fee Farm Rents, 202.
-, -, late Paymaster of the Forces in Ireland, accounts of, 496.
Harborne, Harbourn, co. Warwick, 424.
Harborough, co. Warwick, 402.
Harbury, co. Warwick, 401.
Harcourt, Henry, Comptroller of the First Classis Lottery or Two Million Adventure, anno 1711, 47, 554; Comptroller of the Second Class of the Lottery anno 1711, 347.
-, Richard, Clerk of the Crown in the Court of King's Bench, 69, 214, 462, 557, 590.
-, Simon, Master of the Crown Office in the Court of King's Bench, 388.
Harding (Hardinge), John, Deputy King's Remembrancer in the Exchequer Court, 62, 146, 299, 577.
Hardwick Priors, co. Warwick, 401.
Hardwick, John, landwaiter in London port, 534.
-, -, tidesman at Newcastle, to be waiter and searcher at South Shields, 576.
-, Thomas, Customs officer in London port, 207.
Hardy, James, petition for lease of premises in Portugal Street, London, 374.
Hare, Henry, Collector Inwards in London port, annuity for, 296.
-, -, Customer of Lynn Regis port, 113, 351.
-, John, boatman at Renfrew, 506.
-, -, Richmond Herald, 69, 458, 542.
Hargrave, William, lease from the Crown of tenements in Vine Street, London, 71.
Harison. See Harrison.
Harlackenden, Katherine, pension for, 231.
Harland, Philip, son of Richard, 310.
-, Richard, petition for a lease of Sutton Grange, co. York, 310.
Harley, co. Warwick. See Hurley.
Harley, Edward, an Auditor of Imprests, 63, 71, 83, 86, 94, 112n., 129, 142, 171, 175, 212, 227, 228, 254, 263, 281, 285, 325, 326, 327, 329, 334, 336, 354, 393, 430, 466, 467, 476, 485, 555, 557, 584, 606; attending the Treasury, 36, 37; deputy to, 478. See also Oakeley, J.; fees paid to, 478.
-, Robert, Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer, Lord High Treasurer, 84, 86, 111, 209, 384, 614; royal warrant countersigned by, 40; trial of, at Westminster Hall, 77, 88.
-, Thomas, kept in custody by officers of the House of Commons, 68.
-, -, mate of the Customs smack at Yarmouth, 174.
-, [Thomas], former Secretary to the Treasury, 574.
Harmsworth, Robert, Keeper of the Privy Council Chamber, allowance for attending the business of Trade and Plantations, 56, 462, 542, 564, 572; salary of, 56, 462, 541, 564.
Harneis, John, Receiver General of Taxes for part of co. Lincoln, 168.
Harold, Peter, junior, Surveyor of Customs at Norwich, 61; to be commander of the Customs smack at Yarmouth, 212.
Harper (Harpar), John, petition for lease of premises in Westminster, 313.
-, Randolph, tidesman in Bristol port, dismissed, 437.
Harrell, William, landwaiter at Plymouth, 247, 436.
Harriers, King's Pack of, Huntsman of. See Hudson, J.; Under Huntsman of. See Webb, J.
Harriott, Robert, land in Brigstock manor of, 150.
Harris, David, a Page of the Bedchamber, 521.
-, -, petitioning for a pension for Herman's children, 470.
-, Elizabeth, pension for, 231.
-, Gabriel, searcher at Gloucester port, 535.
-, James, Customs appointment sought in Cornwall, 353.
-, -, King's waiter in London port, 323.
-,John, Surveyor of the Navigation Act, 437.
-, Phill., late Locksmith to Queen Anne, payment for brasses, etc., 485.
-, Thomas, clerk to the Register for Forfeited Estates in England, 357.
-, William, wanted for the killing of a Customs official, 323.
-, alias Steward, John, highway robber, apprehended, 148.
Harrison (Harison), Charles, Solicitor for His Majesty's affairs in the Exchequer Court, 470, 495.
-, George, boatman in Minehead port, dismissed, 99.
-, John, living in the Haymarket, St. Martin's in the Fields, 107.
-, Sir Robert, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Oxford, 395, 468.
-, Thomas, colonel, coming express from the Duke of Argyll in Scotland, royal bounty as reward for, 129; regiment of Foot of, pay of, 255, 257, 258, 259, 338.
-, William, living in the Haymarket, St. Martin's in the Fields, 107.
Harsnet, Hugh, reward for discovering fraudulent exportation of wool, 55, 217.
Hartland, co. Devon, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 166.
Hartley, Thomas, tidesman at Liverpool, dismissed, 504.
-, William, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Buckingham, 166, 251.
Hartshill, co. Warwick, 403.
Harvey (Harvie), Daniel, lieutenant general, regiment of Horse of, pay of, 255, 256, 258, 259, 338.
-, Gilbert, labourer, working in the Savoy Hospital, 439.
-, Jacob, King's waiter, London port, 298.
-,John, premises in the Haymarket, St. Martin's in the Fields, demised to, 108.
-, Dame Mary, lands in co. Northampton granted to, 571.
Harwar, Joseph, clerk, security for W. Cobb, 428.
Harwell, Patrick, copying clerk of the Entries Inwards, London port, dismissed, 247.
Harwich, co. Essex, Dutch troops landed at, 20.
-, Landguard Fort, Governor of, 534; stores for, 534.
-, lands at, fortifying of (by Acts 7 Anne, c. 26, and 8 Anne, c. 23), 249; purchased by the Crown for defence purposes, 249, 283, 534, 538, 570; titles to, Commissioners for determining, Secretary to. See Hughes, J.
-, town of, menaced by the sea, 555, 570.
Harwich, Marquis of. See Schomberg, C. de.
Harwood, co. Cornwall, 146.
Haseley, Hately, co. Warwick, 399.
Haselor, Haselour, co. Warwick, 399.
Hastings, co. Sussex, Comptroller of Customs at, fees of, 323; riding officer for the wool business at, 323; waiter and searcher at, 323.
Hatchets, for the Indians, 224.
Hately. See Haseley.
Hatrell, Henry, a Commissioner to inquire into losses and damages caused by rebels in co. Stafford, 425.
Hatton, co. Warwick, 399.
Hatton, Thomas, late riding officer for the wool business at Hythe, 175.
Haughton, Tabitha, pension for, 231.
Haut Charmois, Henriette du, a French refugee, pension for, 236.
Haverford West, co. Pembroke, Custom House at, petition for, 225; Mayor, Aldermen and Corporation of, 225; riding officer for, 517; waiter and searcher at, 533, 534.
Haverstoe, co. Lincoln, wapentake of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 168.
Haverton. See Laverton.
Hawes (Haws), , paymnet for duties concerning the accounts of the Navy Treasurer, 282.
-, Francis, joint Receiver General and Cashier of Customs, 250, 302, 310, 353, 444, 445, 451, 453, 482, 500, 541, 593.
-, Thomas, 35; to attend or attending the Treasury, 39, 44.
Hawkers and Pedlars, Commissioners for Licensing, 25, 120; letter to, 175. See also Atkinson, S.; Earsby, T.
-, Office for, fees in, tables of, public display of, 175; incidents bill, 120; salary bill, 120, 378; Solicitor in. See Needler, C.
Hawkes, Eliz., living in Murrells Yard, London, 109.
Hawkins, Henry, landwaiter, London port, 437.
Hawks. See King's Hawks.
Hawley, Francis, Lord Hawley, a Trustee for the Sale of Fee Farm Rents, 202.
-, Judith, widow, pension for, 231.
Haws. See Hawes.
Hay, Andrew, Comptroller of Customs at Perth, dismissed, 507.
-, Charles, 3rd Marquess of Tweeddale, annuity of, 421, 463, 478; payable to his executors, 195.
-, Elizabeth, Lady Hay, pension for, 231.
-, Jane, pension for, 232.
-, Thomas, 6th Earl of Kinnoul, annuity of, 225.
Hay, for deer, 56, 71, 78, 100, 137, 356, 366, 456, 540, 560, 565, 611.
Haydock, Robert, of Liverpool, merchant, in debt for tobacco duties, 101.
Hayes, William, concerned in repairing the King's almshouses at Glaston, 292.
Hayhurst, John, witness against the Earl of Wintoun, 393.
Haylet, , captain, in Col. Kirk's Regiment, escorting money to Scotland, 305.
Haylor, , connected with Aptal's affair, 186, 187.
Haynes, John, of Croydon, snuff and tobacco trade abuses by, 583.
Hayridge, co. Devon, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 166.
Haytor, co. Devon, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 166.
Hayward, Richard, landwaiter at Bideford, dismissed, 436.
-, Thomas, tidesman, London port, to be tidesurveyor there, 99.
-, Sir William, a Trustee for the Sale of Fee Farm Rents, 202.
Hazel, harle, in Dean Forest, 200.
Head, Anne, pension for, 231.
Headington, Heddington, co. Oxford, 608.
Hearn, John, plumber, working in Leadenhall Street, London, 535.
Heathcot (Heathcote, Heathcott), Sir G[ilbert], [Governor of the Bank of England], 601.
-, Sir Gilbert, merchant, permitted to reduce imported brandy to proof, 79.
Heather, Faith, petition for lease of premises at Sharleston, co. York, 607.
Hebblethwait, [Charles], undersearcher in London port, 438.
Heddington. See Headington.
Helbree, co. Chester, salt refining works at, 73.
Hellgay. See Hilgay.
Hemington. See Honington.
Hemlingford, co. Warwick, hundred of, petty constables acting within, 399, 402.
Hemyocke, co. Devon, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 166.
Hendell. See Hndel.
Henderson, Alexander, late collector of Customs at Alloa, 484.
Hening. See Henning.
Henley, co. Warwick, 400.
Henley, Sir Robert, Customer of Sandwich port, 390.
Henning (Hening), , captain, merchant, petition concerning brandy and rum, 355.
-, Casper Frederick, issues to, for the Privy Purse, 4, 18, 25, 35, 44, 83, 125, 179, 201, 409, 490, 538, 553.
-, Robert, waiter and searcher at Poole, 98.
Henrickson, Cloud, of Coleraine, loss of a ship owned by, 389.
Henry, Hugh, Agent for Forfeited Estates in Ireland, appointment and salary of, 407.
-, Joseph, Receiver of the Forfeited Estate of the late Duke of Ormonde in Ireland, 137, 358.
Henry VII, perpetuities granted by, 58, 59, 463, 465, 562, 566.
Hensham, co. Norfolk, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 167.
Henshaw, Henry, transporting King's Messengers from Dover to Calais, 443.
Hepburn, Patrick, late the King's Apothecary in Scotland, 188.
Heralds and Pursuivants at Arms, fees or salaries of, 69, 458, 542, 555, 560.
-, travelling charges of, 405.
-, Bluemantle Pursuivant. See Gibbon, J.
-, Chester Herald. See Mawson, C.
-, Clarencieux King at Arms. See Vanbrugh, Sir J.
-, Garter Principal King at Arms. See Anstis, J.; St. George, Sir H.; Vanbrugh, Sir J.
-, Lancaster Herald. See Hesket, J.
-, Norroy King at Arms. See Le Neve, P.
-, Portcullis Pursuivant. See Whitwick, T.
-, Richmond Herald. See Hare, J.
-, Rouge Croix Pursuivant. See Bound, J.
-, Rouge Dragon Pursuivant. See Downes, D.
-, Somerset Herald. See Stebbing, S.
-, Windsor Herald. See Maudit, P.
Herauld, James, Purveyor to Prince George of Denmark, lodgings of, 121.
Herault, James, pension for, 231.
Herbert, Catherine, Lady Herbert, executor of, 221; lease of houses in Westminster, 89.
-, James, a trustee for the Duke of Leeds, 608.
-, John, premises leased for the life of, 310.
-, P., referee in a claim against the Commissioners for Sick and Wounded Seamen, 406.
-, Philip, pension for, 231.
-, Thomas, 27th Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, pension of, 57, 192, 466, 546, 560.
Herbstrewer. See King's Herbstrewer.
Hercules, Richard, salt carrier, offence committed by, 201, 248.
Hereford, county of, Receiver General of the duties on Houses, 554.
-, Receivers General of Taxes. See Baugham, E.; Clark, S.
-, Sheriff of. See Clark, J.
-, Surveyor of the duties on Houses. See Burt, J.; Pitt, W.
Herman, , children of, pension for, 230, 470.
Herne, Nicholas, Consul at Alicante, agents to, 604.
Heron, Kendall, a Page of the Removing Wardrobe, 487.
Hertford, county of, distributor of stamps for. See Rhett, J.; Weaver, J.
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Ashby, T.; Peters, R.
-, Surveyors of the duties on Houses. See Draycot, J.; Stone, W.
Hertford, Marquis of. See Seymour, A.
Hervart, Philibert d', raising money for building Churches for the Vaudois, 341.
Hervey, John, Earl of Bristol, King's gift of plate at the christening of his child, 273.
Hesket, John, King's waiter in London port, 72, 535.
-, -, Lancaster Herald, 69, 458, 542.
Hesse Cassel, Landgrave of, Convention Acts with, for furnishing troops for the war in the Low Countries, 154, 155, 265, 269, 330, 331; subsidies payable to, in pursuance thereof, 3, 4n., 152, 155, 264, 266, 268, 270.
Hester, Thomas, a Comptroller of the warehouse for prohibited East India goods in London port, 437.
Hewardine, Francis, pension for, 235.
Hewett (Hewet, Hewit), Thomas, Surveyor General of Woods, Trent North and Trent South, 1, 31, 33, 34, 82, 165, 250, 308, 356, 438.
-, letters to, 17, 103, 212.
-, petitions referred to, 104, 170, 201, 250, 281, 382.
-, reports of, 17, 165, 225, 382.
-, salary and fees of, 57, 459, 541, 564.
-, superseded, 27, 341, 374.
-, to attend the Treasury, 24.
-, warrants to, 200, 207, 218, 225, 374, 419.
Heysham, , [? of the Customs], 22.
Heywood, [Peter], Deputy in Jamaica of the Auditor of the Plantations, 601.
Hickender, Catherine, living in Angell Yard, London, 109.
Hide. See Hyde.
Hides and Skins, Vellum and Parchment, Duties on [Leather Duties] (as bv 9 Anne, c. 12), 120, 406, 479.
-, Additional duties on (as by 10 Anne, c. 19), 120, 406, 430, 480.
-, Cashier of, office of, clerk in, to be a, notary public, 406. See also Farnaby, Sir C.
-, collectors of, 120, 132, 430.
-, Commissioners for, 111.
-,-, accounts of, 406, 430.
-,-, incidents of, 113, 406.
-,-, letters to, 175, 302.
-,-, petition referred to, 348.
-,-, reports of, 120, 406.
-,-, representation of, 480.
-,-, salaries of, 59.
-,-, to look after business of the duties on Houses, 59.
-,-, warrants to, 59, 120, 594.
-,-, See also Burrard, P.; Dawley, A.; Fairfax, B.; Masters, H.; Vincent, N.; Walbanke, W.; Williams, J.
-, fees, at the Exchequer, 406; tables of, public display of, 175.
-, Office for, 104, 146.
-,-, Accountant in, assistant to, 595.
-,-, incidents bill of, 119, 541.
-,-, Secretary in, clerk assistant to, 594.
-, officers employed in, 111, 302.
-, salaries payable out of, 59, 120, 164; Establishment of, 479.
-, Scotland. See ScotlandExcise duties.
Higdon, John, royal bounty for, 51.
Higginbottom, Thomas, quartermaster in Brig. Wolseley's Regiment of Horse, on the Half Pay Establishment in Ireland, 90.
Higgins, John, to be instructed as a landwaiter, 25; at the waterside, 289.
Highbury, Highberrie, alias Newington Barrow, co. Middlesex, manor of, coppice woods in, 599.
Highmore, Charles, Receiver General of the duties on Houses for co. Cumberland, 398; Receiver General of Taxes for the same county, 169.
-, Thomas, lease of messuages in Piccadillv and Jermin Street, 250,
-, -, serjeant painter of the Works, 57, 458, 545.
Highwaymen, apprehended, 148, 253, 394.
Hildsley, Katherine, pension for, 231.
Hilgay, Hellgay, co. Norfolk, tithes in and around, 350.
Hill, co. Lincoln, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 168.
Hill, , affidavit concerning the complaint of rough treatment of Customs officers by the Navy, 547.
-, , Dr., pensions for C. and P. Apia paid to, 234.
-, -, to attend the Treasury, 6.
-, Christopher, Master of the King's Barges, liveries delivered to, 273, 609.
-, John, general, a Commissioner for the demolition of Dunkirk, 7, 111; payment to, 62.
-, -, late Surveyor General of the Ordnance, 461.
-, -, major general, regiment of Foot of, clearings of, 475; going to Scotland from Ireland, 72; on the Irish Establishment, 132; pay of, 132, 255, 262, 338; recruits for, 475.
-, -, Paymaster and Treasurer of Transports, 72, 118; leave of absence for, 36; payments by, 105, 172; payments to, 147, 375; South Sea Stock dividends paid to, 172, 173, 219, 456; warrants to, 104, 105.
-, Mary, pension for, 231.
-, Nathaniel, major, pension for, 231.
-, Nicholas, blacksmith, working in the Savoy Hospital, 439.
-, Richard, employed in building the Vaudois churches, 27, 341.
-, -, Reverend, former Envoy Extraordinary to the Duke of Savoy, now King of Sicily, 83, 86.
-, [Richard], Governor of Dunkirk, 110.
-, Samuel, King's Latin Secretary, 57, 451, 543, 566.
-, Thomas, mason, doing repairs at the Horse and Foot Guards, 515, 516.
-, William, coastwaiter, London port, 129.
-, -, Collector of Customs in Antigua, 212.
-, -, lost annuity order innovated and paid to, 308.
-, -, proposed as deputy to the Inspector of Prosecutions [for Customs] in the Exchequer Court, 144.
Hillmorton, co. Warwick, 402.
Hillongly. See Fillongley.
Hillos, James, watchman of the Salt duty at Whithorn, 100.
Hillyard, Joseph, late a noontender, London port, 61.
Hilton, , late Accountant for the Wine Licence revenue, 145.
Hincks, Robert, attainted of felony, lands of, 107.
Hingston, Roger, tidesman in Plymouth port, 324.
Historia Clestis, Flamsteed's, 122, 123, 126, 146.
Historiographer Royal, 319. See also Maddocks, T.
Hitchin, , taken in running salt and Irish beef, 483.
Hoadly, Benjamin, Dr., royal bounty for, 6, 104.
Hoar, Abraham, waiter and searcher at Haverford West, 533; superseded, 534.
Hobbs, Hosea, tidesman and boatman at Dover, dismissed, 504.
Hobby (Hobbey, Hoby), Sir Charles, at Annapolis, 518; regiment of, raised in New England for the Expedition to Canada, 477, 519.
-, Sir Thomas, Sheriff of co. Southampton, 303.
Hobson, Sir Charles, late Surveyor of the Guards, 515.
-, Eliz., widow of Samuel, 558.
-, Samuel, captain, late Collector of Revenues at Wexford in Ireland, 558.
Hoby. See Hobby.
Hockwold cum Wilton, co. Norfolk, tithes in, 349.
Hodges, Sir Joseph, bart., issue for special service, 55; to account for managing repayment of a loan to the Genoese, 455.
-, Thomas, landcarriageman in London port, 437; refusing office, 503.
Hodgson, John, new method for preparing and making salt invented by, 250.
Hog, Andrew, informing about rebels escaping their transportation to America, 404.
Hogan, [John], major general, regiment of Horse of, in Spain, subsistence of, 286.
Hogget, Thomas, alleged Customs offence by, 468.
Hogsted, Nathan, smuggling wool to France, 220.
Holbech, John, clerk to the Treasurer of the Chamber, 271, 485; allowances for, 82, 83, 95, 321; wages of, 183, 450.
Holder, George, Keeper of Linchford Walk in Windsor Forest, 367.
-, -, pension for, 231.
-, Robert, Malt Lottery tickets of, 136; petition for payment of, 431.
Hole, in Barbados, collector, waiter and searcher for the 4 per cent. Duty at, 438.
HOLLAND, arms imported from, 137; Customs free, 176; for Ireland, 218, 243.
-, Army in. See Armyin the Low Countries.
-, bill drawn from, 243.
-, Dutch pictures, 198, 527.
-, General of. See Vanderbeek, .
-, linen sheets, 521; shirts, 191; surplices, 252, 357, 375, 520.
-, money current in, 328.
-, ships of, 415, 577.
-, ships going to, carrying eggs and corn, fraudulent practices of, 572.
-, States General, Ambassadors Extraordinary from, 613. See also Borssele van der Hooge, A. van; Duivenvoorde, A. W. heer van; Secretaries to, 197.
-,-, charges borne for forces in the Low Countries, 84, 86, 152, 153, 154, 155, 268, 269, 326; for forces in Spain, 284, 286.
-,-, Council of, Secretary to. See Slingelandt, .
-,-, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to. See Cadogan, W., Lord Cadogan.
-,-, forces of, taken into His Majesty's service during the late Rebellion. See Army Foreign Forces.
-,-, treaties with England and foreign Princes, 154, 265, 269, 286, 291, 330, 398.
-,-, tin in, loans on, 46, 567; sale of, 2.
-,-, wine brought from, 2.
-,-, wool exported to France from, 572.
Holland, part of co. Lincoln, Receiver General of Taxes for. See Whittingham, R.; wapentakes in, 168.
Hollinshead, John, a Messenger to the House of Commons, 394.
Holliworth (Hollinworth), Thomas, concerned in an affair relating to senna, 552, 592.
Holly, in Dean Forest, 200.
Holme, co. Huntingdon, tithes in and around, 349.
Holmes, George, Chaplain at Algiers, 241.
-, -, Chief Clerk for digesting the Records in Csar's Chapel in the Tower of London, 143, 272, 411, 568, 614.
-, Hosett, cottage in King's Cliffe in the tenure of, 425.
-, Mary, wife of Richard, 207.
-, Richard, late Inspector of the Exchequer Books in the Outports, 207.
Holst, John, sergeant, guarding Lord Duffus, 451.
Holstein, King of Denmark going to, 613.
Holstein Beck, Princess of, pension of, 237.
Holstein Gottorp, Duke of, Convention Act with, for furnishing troops for the war in the Low Countries, 155, 265, 269, 330; subsidy payable under, 3.
-, Minister from. See Petkum, H.
Holt, co. Norfolk, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 167.
Holt Forest. See Alice Holt Forest.
Holt, , lieutenant general, memorial concerning Marine Regiment clothiers, 288.
Holtzen (Holzen), John Jacob von, Minister from the King of Denmark, present for, 226.
Holy Island, co. Northumberland, Castle of, provisions laid in during the late Rebellion, 180; retaken from the Rebels, profits from brandy seized therein, 363.
-, Crown lease of, petition for, 355, 556.
-, grant of, 599.
-, manor and royalties of, lease of, 313.
-, retaken from Rebels, 422.
-, waiters and searchers at, 323.
Holyhead, Anglesey, Comptroller of Customs at, deputy to, 516.
-, Customer at, deputy to, 516.
-, packet boats between Dublin and, 348.
-, ship run ashore at, 389.
-, trade between Ireland and, 516.
-, waiter and searcher at, 516.
Holzen. See Holtzen.
Home, Alexander, tidewaiter at Shetland, 507.
Homefrith Walk. See Waltham Forest.
Homington. See Honington.
Hompesch, Henrietta de, pension for, 343.
Honiley, Honely, co. Warwick, 399.
Honington, Hemington, Homington, co. Warwick, 400, 401.
Honnor, Michael, assistant to the Clerk of Ships' Entries in London port, 534.
Honywood, [P.], brigadier, regiment of, marches and quarters of, disbursements for, 39, 444.
-, Philip, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 100, 193, 335, 509.
Hood, Robert, tidewaiter at Dunbar, 506.
Hooge, A. van der. See Borssele van der Hooge.
Hooke, William, boatman at Bewley, in Cowes port, 409.
Hooker, Edward, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Southampton, 167.
Hooks, John, under-clerk attending the House of Commons, 312.
Hooper, Edmund Giles, late Solicitor for the Affairs of Taxes and Clerk of the Securities relating thereto, 97.
Hope, the, ships laying in, 106.
Hopkins, Edward, a Commissioner of the Revenue in Ireland, 246.
-, Thomas, tidesman, inferior list, London port, 438.
-, William, concerned in repairing the King's almshouses at Glaston, 292.
Hops, duties on. See Customs duties; Exciseduties.
Hopson, Edward, captain, Navy bill made out to, 211.
-, John, master joiner of the Works, 57, 458, 545; Purveyor of the Works, 57, 458, 545.
Hopton, Ralph, collector and searcher at St. Oistins in Barbados, 438.
Horncastle, co. Lincoln, soke of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 168.
Horne, Thomas, allowance for work on Post Office accounts, 443.
Horneck, Philip, one of the Treasury Solicitors, 81, 113, 246, 372, 539.
Horner, Caleb, landcarriageman in London port, 438.
-, Edward, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 157, 388, 607.
Horniblowe, William, waiter and searcher at St. Mawes, to be tidesurveyor there, 503.
Horningsea, Horningly, co. Cambridge, tithes in and around, 349.
Horse, Master of the. See Royal Mews and Stables.
Horsepath, co. Oxford, 608.
Horses, for the Army, 243, 376; racehorses, of the King, at Newmarket, 40, 142, 158, 164, 179, 299, 543.
Horsham, co. Sussex, gaol at, 81.
Horton, , managing the estate of C. Den in co. Huntingdon, 602.
-, Alexander, late Receiver of Land Taxes and House Duties for part of co. Buckingham, 355.
-, Thomas, a Commissioner to inquire into losses and damages caused by Rebels in co. Lancaster, 424.
-, Tufton, widow of Alexander, petition of, 355.
Horwood, John, boatman at Yarmouth, dismissed, 504.
Hosier, , late Surveyor of Customs at Liverpool, 482.
-, George, to be instructed in the business of the Customs at the waterside, 583.
Hospitals. See Armyhospitals; Chelsea; Greenwich; London and Westminster, Streets and Places inSavoy, and Tothill Fields.
Hostead, Henry, tenement in King's Cliffe held by, 425.
Hotham, Sir Charles, regiment of Foot of, clearings of, 475; pay of, 257, 259; recruits for, 475.
-, Joseph, Surveyor of the duties on Houses for the East Riding of co. York, 53.
Houblon, Sir Richard, et al., draft referred to, 226.
Houghton, James, merchant, permitted to reduce imported brandy to proof, 79.
Houlditch, Richard, a Commissioner for Stamp Duties, 548.
Hounds, kennelled in Windsor Forest, 201.
Hounsell, Benjamin, waiter and searcher at Abbotsbury, 98.
Houses, duties on, arrears of, Commissioners for Taxes to certify, 214.
-, Clerk Assistant for. See Powle, J.
-, Clerk for the Bills from the Exchequer. See Manning, R.
-, Clerk of the Entries. See Birkett, T.
-, Commissioners for, Office of, incidents bill of, 541. See also Burrard, P.; Dawley, A.; Fairfax, B.; Masters, Sir H.; Vincent, N.; Williams, J.
-, doorkeeper. See Shales, J. Hides' duties Commissioners to look after the business of, 59.
-, housekeeper. See Butcher, Anna.
-, incidents bill, 119, 541.
-, messenger. See Davis, W. payments into the Exchequer of, 102, 355.
-, payments to the Bank of England Fund out of, 247, 513.
-, Receivers General of, 59, 68, 355, 532.
-,-, accounts of, 468, 477, 571, 585; concerning moneys in hand and a charge of 10 per cent. interest on arrears, 39, 251, 452, 477.
-,-, arrears of, 214.
-,-, payments by, 119, 541.
-,-, salaries paid by, 79, 80, 97, 101, 151, 283, 336, 374, 554, 561, 569, 580.
-,-, securities of, 104, 126, 247, 356; proposed, 99, 283, 398.
-,-, warrant to, 561.
-, salary bills, 59.
-, salaries of officers and clerks, 97.
-, Secretary for. See Sorel, F.
-, Surveyors of, 59
-,-, appointed, 79, 80, 101, 137, 151, 283, 336, 554, 561, 569, 580.
-,-, dismissed, 101, 561.
-,-, salaries of, 53, 54, 79, 80, 101, 137, 212, 283, 336, 374, 375, 554, 561, 569, 580.
-, Poor Duty on, 252.
Houston, Robert, tidewaiter at Leith, 101; tidewaiter at Leith and Dunbar, to be tidewaiter at Stranraer, 507.
How (Hove), , pension of, increase in, 9.
-, [Emanuel], major general, regiment [Fifteenth Foot] of, 140.
-, Emanuel Scroop, widow of, 278.
-, John, late Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons, 12, 13, 120, 146, 172, 173, 374, 456, 457, 515, 517, 551, 556, 614; accounts of, 94.
-, -, watchman of the Salt duty in the Prestonpans collection, 99.
-, Ruperta, memorial concerning wastes and disorders in Alice Holt Forest, 30, 361; pension of, 231, 278; royal bounty for, 278.
-, Scrope, Viscount How, late Comptroller of Excise, 470.
Howard, Charles, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 100, 193, 335, 509.
-, Edward, relict of, 231.
-, Henrietta, pension for, 231.
-, Henry, 14th Earl of Suffolk and Bindon, a Commissioner for Trade, 130, 194, 382, 471, 549.
-, Hugh, Keeper of the King's Paper Office, 470, 543, 566.
-, Isaac, waterman to the Surveyor of searchers in London port, dismissed, 438.
-, James, son of Col. P. Howard, pension for, 231.
-, John, Joiner of the Privy Chamber, 182, 183, 449.
-, Lucy, relict of Edward, 231.
-, Philip, colonel, pension for, 231.
-, Thomas, 4th Earl of Berkshire, messuages in Westminster late in the tenure of, 188, 426; picture of, 198, 527.
-, -, Lord Howard of Effingham, pension for, 231.
Howdon Pans, co. Northumberland, in Newcastle port, tidesurveyor at, 577.
Hove. See How.
Howell, George, late Receiver General of Taxes for South Wales, in debt to the Crown, 79.
-, Hugh, late collector, waiter and searcher of the 4 per cent. Duty at Hole in the Barbados, 438.
Howes, Henry, riding officer at Lydd, 503.
Howson, , boatman at Rochester, to act as preventive officer at Dartford, 438.
Hoy, Thomas, Professor and Reader of Physic in the University of Oxford, pension of, 58, 465, 562.
Hubbald, Edward, deputy to a late Treasurer of the Ordnance, 555.
Hubblethorne, Charles, captain, pension granted by Charles II to, 158, 477.
Hudson, Benjamin, King's waiter, London port, 15, 140, 143, 554.
-, John, distributor of stamps in the city of London, 307.
-, -, Huntsman of the King's Pack of Harriers, 283.
-, -, late Director of Army Hospitals in the Low Countries, 383, 523.
-, -, Yeoman Pricker of the Royal Buckhounds, 499.
Huggins, , Solicitor for the Taxes Office, 42, 79.
-, John, Warden of the Fleet Prison, 504.
Hughes, Edward, Judge Advocate General of the Army, petition for extra allowances, 387.
-, Hugh, royal bounty for, 6, 51.
-, John, Secretary to the Commissioners for determining titles to lands to be used for fortifications at Portsmouth and Harwich, 570.
-, Robert, tidesurveyor at Chester, dismissed, 246.
-, Samuel, clerk to the Comptroller of the Excise, 40; loss of office, and petition for reinstatement, 469.
-, Thomas, deputy to the Comptroller of Customs at Holyhead, 516.
-, -, lieutenant, petition for reward for services in the Thames Street fire, 212, 396.
-, -, master bricklayer of the Works, 57, 458, 545.
-, -, minister going t o Virginia, passage money for, 94.
-, William, waiter and searcher at Haverford West, 534.
Hughson, William, riding officer at East Guilford, preferred, 503.
-, -, Surveyor of the riding officers for the coast of Kent and Essex, 533.
Hugk, John George, Secretary to the late Prince George of Denmark, pension for, 231.
Hull, Kingston upon Hull, co. York, 409.
-, boatman at, 437.
-, Comptroller of Customs at. See Seager, H.
-, Customers at. See Best, C.; Jackson, R.
-, Dutch troops at, 181; transported to Holland from, 376.
-, landwaiter at, 437, 534.
-, Receiver General of Taxes for. See Wyvill, F.
-, riding officer of Customs assaulted near, 436.
-, searcher at, 351.
-, tidesurveyor at, 129.
Hull. See Hall.
Hulse, Stephen, a bondee for D. Monteage and S. Clement, 116.
Humber, river, 350.
Humble, Sir John, bart., Paymaster of the 1,500,000l. Lottery anno 1710, 535, 536.
Humbleyard, co. Norfolk, hundred of, Receiver General of Taxes for, 167.
Hume, Sir Gustavus, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 100, 193, 335, 509.
-, James, tidewaiter at Irvine, 507.
-, Patrick, 1st Earl of Marchmont, 464; annuity or pension of, 194, 421, 460, 540, 559.
Hume-Campbell, Alexander, Lord Polwarth, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Courts of Denmark and Prussia, 175, 178.
Humphreys (Humphrys, Humphyrs), Margaret, pension for, 16, 231.
-, Sir William, former Lord Mayor of London, 212, 396.
Hundreds, sokes, and wapentakes, named:
-, Axminster, West.
-, Black Torrington.
-, Brixton, East.
-, Brixton, West.
-, Budleigh, East.
-, Budleigh, West.
-, Flegg, East.
-, Flegg, West.
-, Forehoe, North.
-, Forehoe, South.
-, Freebridge citra Lynn.
-, Freebridge Marshland.
-, Greenhoe, North.
-, Greenhoe, South.
-, Guilt cross.
-, Louth Esk.
-, Lynn Regis.
-, Molton, South.
-, Ottery St. Mary
-, Roborough, North.
-, Roborough, South.
-, Shebbear, North.
-, Shebbear, South.
-, Tawton, North.
-, Teignbridge, East.
-, Winnibriggs and Threo.
-, Wonford, East.
-, Wonford, South.
-, Wonford, West.
Hungary, native of, 9.
Hungerford, Dr. Francis, picture of, 198, 527.
Hunningham, Huningham, co. Warwick, 401.
Hunsdon, William, Lord, pension for, 231.
Hunt, Edward, tidesman in Lancaster port, dismissed, 212.
-, John, ensign, taking specie to Edinburgh, 304.
-, -, surviving executor and trustee of Ralph and John, Lords Stawell, petition concerning an annuity, 209.
-, Thomas, of Boreatton, a Commissioner to inquire into losses and damages caused by Rebels in cos. Denbigh, Salop and Montgomery, 424, 425.
-, -, of Chester, a Commissioner to inquire into losses and damages caused by Rebels in co. Denbigh, 424.
-, -, tidesman and boatman in Weymouth port, 503.
-, See also Hanmer.
Hunter, John, landwaiter and searcher at Ayr, removed, 506.
-, -, tidewaiter at Borrowstounness, dismissed, 102.
-, -, tidewaiter at Prestonpans, dismissed, 101.
-, Patrick, watchman of the Salt duty in the Alloa collection, 100.
-, Robert, boatman at Alloa, 506.
-, -, brigadier, Governor of New York, 362, 384, 574, 575.
-, William, Customs officer, seizing brandy on a ship near Holy Island, 363.
Huntingdon, county of, estate in, extended for debt, 602.
-, Receiver General of Taxes for. See Dowse, W.; Jeay, W.
-, Sheriff of. See Marshall, J.
-, Surveyor of the duties on Houses for. See Darlow, C.
Huntingdon, co. Huntingdon, 602.
Hunton, Samuel, late Accomptant to the Wine Licence Office, 531.
Hurley, Harley, co. Warwick, 402.
Hurst Castle, yachts between Torbay and, Customs supervision of, 135.
Hurst, John, tidesman in Plymouth port, dismissed, 60.
Hurt, Charles, Sheriff of co. Derby, 276.
Hussey, Peter, a Commissioner of Appeals in Excise, 451.
-, Sarah, pension for, 231.
Husted, John, deputy to a King's waiter in London port, 554.
Hustler, James, King's waiter in London port, 431, 451.
Hustrey, co. Warwick, 403.
Hutches, Thomas, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 158, 388, 607.
Hutchins, Bernard, late Paymaster of the 1,500,000l. Lottery anno 1711, 190, 191, 571.
-, -, Receiver General of Taxes for co. Somerset, 490. Hutchinson, Archibald, late a Commissioner for Trade, 194, 382, 471.
-, Harley, payment for carrying Bills from Ireland to Britain, 204.
Hutton, Mary, pension for, 231.
-, [Matthew], a sworn clerk in the King's Remembrancer's Office, Treasury caveat in favour of, 533.
-, Penelope, pension for, 231.
-, Thomas, Housekeeper of Somerset House, 183, 449; Wardrobekeeper at St. James's, 182, 449.
Hyde (Hide), Dorothy. See Torway, Dorothy.
-, Edward, 3rd Earl of Clarendon, annuity of, surrendered for a pension, 274; Envoy Extraordinary to the Court of Hanover, 83; pension of, 26, 310.
-, Elizabeth, pension for, 231.
-, Henry, 5th Earl of Rochester, Ranger or Keeper of the New Park at Richmond, 66, 281, 408, 456, 457, 543, 566, 572; Vice-Treasurer and Receiver General and Paymaster General of Ireland, 6, 105, 345.
-, John, merchant, permitted to reduce imported rum to proof, 594.
-, [Laurence], Lord Rochester, picture of, 198, 526.
-, Mich., Commissary General of the Musters, 346.
Hyde Park. See London and Westminster, Streets and Places in.
Hyett, Benjamin, junior, 404.
-, Charles, Constable and Keeper of the Castle of Gloucester, 404, 455.
-, Nicholas, 404.
Hyndford, Earl of. See Carmichael, J.
Hythe, co. Kent, in Dover port, riding officer for the wool business at, 175.