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'Index: H', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 2: 1697-1702 (1871), pp. 598-603. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79561 Date accessed: 25 July 2014.


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Hackney coaches, Commissioners; xliv; 75.

-, coachmen's bills; lxxvi. 58.

-, -, rent or money; xlvii. 23, 80; li. 18; lii. 4, 5, 45; lviii. 22; lxi. 15; lxiii. 2; lxviii. 41.

Hackwill, John; lxi. 12.

Haddock, Sir Richard, memorial; xlviii. 41a.

Haford or Hafford, Jeoffrey, a riding surveyor at Margate, &c.; xlviii. 56; li. 44; lxiii. 21.

Hague, the; xlvii. 18, 31.

-, -, letters dated at; xlviii. 38; lxxv. 12, 30.

-, minister at the; lxxvii. 36.

Hales, Col. John; lxix. 7.

Half-pay, army; liv. 41; lv. 45; lxviii. 31a.

-, -, navy; lxiii. 47; lxvi. 16; lxxvii. 22.

Halifax, Lord; lxxv. 3; lxxvii. 31; lxxviii. 26.

Hall, John, distiller, prosecuted; lxi. 16.

-, Mr. Thomas, mint; xliii. 53.

-, Urban and Partners, Dyers Wharf, petition; xlvi. 21.

-, William, youngest son of Thomas Hall, deceased, an old servant of the King; lxvi. 37.

-, Mr. William; xlv. 26.

Hallet, Mr., the goldsmith; lxxii. 58.

Halley, Mr. Edmund, variation of the compass; lvi. 31.

Hallifax, Charles Lord, Auditor of the Receipt of the Exchequer; xxviii. 26.

Halsey, Mr. James, a collector for the Verge of the Court; lxii. 30.

Hamborough, wines imported from; lxxiv. 36.

Hamburgh, mention of; lv. 17, 63.

Hamilton, Andrew, an assignee of the post in North America; lxxv. 42.

-, -, Esq.; post from Boston to New York; lx. 77.

-, Mrs. Elizabeth, widow; xlv. 78.

-, the Lady Elizabeth, petition; xlvii. 67.

-, Mrs. widow of Col. Gustavus; xlix. 36.

-, Col.; l. 47.

-, Col Frederick; lviii. 34; lx. 18; lxxii. 14.

-, Col. G.; xlvi. 42; lv. 67.

-, Col. George, recruits; xlv. 22; lxii. 48.

-, Gustavus: l. 14.

-, the Hon. Col. Gustavus, governor of Athlone; xliv. 20.

-, -, governor of Enniskillen: xlix. 36.

Hammered money; xliii. 14, 43, 53; xliv. 4; xlv. 21, 34, 89; xlvii. 56, 71; xlviii. 51; li. 10, 67; liii. 43; lxxiv. 27; lxxv. 1; lxvii. 52.

Hammond, John, of the Palace of Kensington; lxii. 45.

Hampton Court, lx. 78; lxiii. 18; lxv. 6; lxix. 20, 22; lxxi. 33: lxxiv. 6; lxxv. 76; lxxvi. 33; lxxvii. 10; lxxviii. 6.

-, -, clerk of the works at; lxiii. 46; lxx. 33a, 45; lxxi. 35.

-, -, the ice house at; lxiv. 48.

-, -, barns at; lxxv. 61.

-, -, the great clock at; lxxvi. 62.

-, -, the King's gardeners at; lxiii. 63; lyvii. 12, 14.

-, -, a Diana in brass &c.; lxvii. 12.

-, -, the gardens at; lxxiii. 33; lxxv. 6, 54; lxxviii. 14.

-, -, works at; lxv. 1; lxvii. 38, 39; lxix. 11; lxxi. 12; lxxiv. 35; lxxv. 54, 61; lxxvi. 13, 51; lxxviii. 12, 66.

-, -, the park at, works done in; lxiii. 18; lxxviii. 14.

-, -, the quota for the King's tax; lxxvii. 12.

-, green; lxiii. 63.

Hanaper; xlv. 88; lxxi. 56.

Handasyd, Lieut.-Col. Thomas; lxxiv. 64.

Handcock, Thomas, Esq., supervisor of provisions for Athlone; xliv. 21.

-, -, Major Thomas, his house, &c. destroyed; lxvii. 28.

Hand, Major Thomas; lxxviii. 52.

Hanover; lxxv. 51.

-, chapel; furniture for; lxxviii. 27.

-, the elector of, a garter for; lxxv. 51.

-, the minister there; lxxvii. 36.

Hansen, Mr. Hendrick; lxxiv. 65.

Hanwell, Humphrey, counterfeiter; lxxvi. 5.

Harald, Doctor; lviii. 15.

Harbinger, the King's knight; lxix. 62.

Harbord, Sir Charles; lxii. 79.

-, William, Esq., paymaster, Ireland (died at Belgrade), daughters of, petitions; xliv. 45; lxiv. 52.

-, -, Mordecai Abbot, his deputy; lxxiii. 37.

-, -, his embassy at the Ottoman port; lxiv. 52.

-, the Right Hon. William; lxiv. 27.

Harding, John, of Canterbury; shot at Tunford Bridge; lxviii. 52.

Hardy, John, of Rippon, innkeeper; liii. 22.

Harel, Doctor Christian, physician in ordinary and apothecary to the Queen; lxxviii. 23.

Harle, Edward, an apothecary; xliii. 74.

Harman, Dame Katherine; liii. 21.

Harnage, Mr.; lxxi. 63.

Harriers, master of the; lxxvi. 10.

-, the privy; xlv. 56.

Harries, Edward, Esq.; lii. 7.

Harrington, Richard; lxxv. 11.

-, Mr.; xlv. 74.

Harris, David, a page in ordinary of the King's bedchamber, going to Holland; lxxiv. 57.

-, Mr. [engraver, Mint]; xlvii. 50.

Harrison, Charles, impressment of seamen; lxii. 33.

-, Edmund, merchant, Kidds affairs; xlv. 52b.; lxv. 3.

-, John, late a riding officer in Romney Marsh; lxvi. 41.

-, Dr. John, late rector of Pulbrough; lvii. 71.

-, Sarney, one, makes false assertion as to the money in the Mint; xliii. 9.

-, [ ], xlvii. 83.

Harry, Edmund, collector of Customs at Penryn; lx. 83.

Hart, Henry, Clerk to the Commissioners for duties on marriages, Westminster, petition; xlvi. 7.

-, Capt. Thomas; xlvii. 23.

Hartnell, Capt. John, commander of the prize ship “Lewis;” liv. 29.

Hartshorn brewhouse; lxxii. 58.

Harvey, Col.; lxix. 43.

-, Sir Eliab; liii. 14.

-, Mr. Thomas, victualling agent at Cadiz; lxi. 1; lxxiii. 2.

-, -, his vain extravagant expenses; lxxiii. 22.

Harwich, the Custom-house at; lxx. 27.

-, the inhabitants of, deny sick seamen relief, &c.; xliii. 24.

-, light-houses near; xliv. 36.

-, the officer at (Customs); xlviii. 26.

-, packet boats; li. 2.

Hasset. See Blener Hasset.

Hastings; lvi. 29.

-, brigadier; lviii. 16.

Hatfield, the town of, New England, p. 207.

Hats, proposed duty on; lxvi. 50.

Hatton, William, broker, licenced to deal in tallies, petition, &c.; xlv. 8b. 10.

Havener, of the Duchy of Cornwall; xlviii. 2; lxviii. 13.

Haverford West; lxiii. 59.

Havering, Eliz., executrix of James Havering, transport office; xliii. 1.

Havre de Grace; xlix. 7.

Hawes, Nathaniel, Christ's Hospital; lx. 2.

Hawkers and Pedlers; xlv. 70; xlviii. 35; xlix. 41; li. 81; liii. 30; liv. 12; lxxiv. 77.

-, -, Commissioners for; lxviii. 18; lxxv. 11, 25, 28, 71.

-, -, riding officers for; lxxv. 71.

-, -, as to their licences, &c.; lxxv. 25.

Hawkins, Francis, a journeyman cooper, “a very poor fellow,” a surety for Peter Lynch; lxxviii. 53.

-, Wm., forfeited; xlvii. 83.

Hawks, Jo.; liv. 40.

Hawles, Sir John [Solicitor-General's] opinion as to the King's power to dispose of his share of prizes; lxii. 7.

-, -, other opinions by him; lxv. 21; lxxii. 44.

Hawley, Col. Francis (husband of Judith), killed at Stanekirk; lxi. 25.

-, Judith, widow of Col. Frances Hawley; killed at Stanekirk, petitions; lxi. 25.

-, Major Thos., chief porter and major of the Tower of London, in custody 11 weeks, petition; xliii. 6.

Hawley, Kent, an estate at; xlvii. 60.

Hawson, Mr.; xlviii. 9; lxxi. 13.

-, Richard, gent., as to discoveries of concealments; lxxvi. 46.

Hearth-money, bond; lxiv. 51.

-, -, Ireland; xlviii. 16; xlix. 10.

Heath, Mr., a servant of Edw. Hollingshead; lxxii. 60.

-, Richard, merchant; lv. 32.

Heathcote, George, Esq., seeks to be agent for prizes, Jamaica; liii. 28.

Heathcott, Gilbert [merchant]; xliv. 3, p. 212; lxxi. 70.

-, Josiah, agent for prizes, Jamaica; liii. 28.

-, Mr. —, agent for the King in Jamaica; lix. 52.

Hedges, Sir Charles; lxviii. 26, 35; lxx. 23; lxxiv. 54.

-, Mr., or Sir Charles, Principal Secretary of State; lxxii. 13, 47.

-, C., the King's resident at Stockholm; lxxvii. 29.

Helford, the harbour of; lxx. 26.

Helperby, co. York, tithes, &c.; lxxvii. 55.

Hely, the Lord Chief Justice, Ireland appointed speaker of the House of Lords; xliv, 1.

Hemings. John, surveyor of windows, &c.; lviii. 19.

Hemming, Samuel, gent., rents of the Crown, petition; lxiii. 20.

Hemp; lxxiv. 11.

Hendley, Mr.; lvi. 60.

Hening, Mr. Fred. lxvii. 39.

Henley, Mr., a Commissioner of Customs; lxiv. 1.

-, Robert; lxxviii. 38.

Henning, C. F.; lxxvi. 11.

Henrietta Maria, the late Queen; lxvii. 58.

Henry, Prince, in James the First's time, xliii. 45.

Henry and Joseph, two Maquase Indians; pp. 206, 208.

Heralds; lxii. 30.

-, and pursuivants, the King's; lxviii. 31b.

Herbaud, Mons. D', entry dues; lix. 74.

Herbert, James, Esq., receiver-general for prizes; lxii. 14.

-, -, -, late receiver-general [? Prizes]; lxvi. 19.

-, John, gent., apprehension of clippers, petition; lxiii. 59.

-, Mr., account of prizes; lxx. 23.

-, Mr. Thomas, the King's clock and watch maker; lxii. 6; lxviii. 29; lxxvi. 62.

Herlackenden, Geo., Esq.; lix. 63.

-, -, bought his place as deputy commissary of musters; lix. 63.

Herne, wool seized at; lvii. 66.

-, Bay; lxiii. 21.

Herne, Sir Joseph; xliii. 12, 60; xliv. 44; xlix. 25; lxii. 29.

-, Lionel, memorial; lx. 47; lix. 21.

-, Mr. [Lionel] or Monsieur le Chevalier Herne; xlv. 84; xlvi. 41; li. 33; liv. 10, 36, 46, 47; lv. 56; lvi. 17; lxii. 77; lxxviii. 4.

-, -, visited Bedford gaol; lv. 56.

Heron, Col. Geo.; p. 461.

Hertford, the receiver of taxes in; lix. 48.

Heruart, Mr., minister at the Swiss court; lxxvii. 36.

Hervey, Carr, Esq., grandson of Sir Robert Carr, Bart., deceased; lxvi. 54.

-, John, Esq., lxvi. 54.

-, Ste[phen]; lxix. 69.

Heslerton, Mr. Joseph, receiver of duties on marriages, &c., Kent; lxxvi. 21.

Hesse, the Prince of, wounded at Aghrim; lix. 31.

Hessell; lxxii. 48.

Hewet, Roger, cashier in the pay office; lxix. 52.

Hewett, Thomas, Esq., given over by the physicians; lxviii. 42.

Hewitt, Robert, deputy auditor; li. 13; lxx. 38.

-, Mr., deputy auditor to Mr. Aldworth; lxi. 42.

-, Thomas, receiver of land revenue, Warwick and Leieester; lx. 68.

Heydon, Sir John; lxxvii. 40.

Hick's hall; lv. 48.

Hide or Hyde, Dr., allowance for instructing youth in Arabic and Turkish; lxxii. 57.

Hierdson, Alice, widow, relict and exec. of Augustine Hierdson, gent, collector of the port of Poulton, Lanc., petition; lxiii. 60.

Highwaymen; lv. 15; lvi. 75; lxiii. 5.

Hill, Mr., envoy extraordinary to Brussels, to go to the Duke of Savoy; lxi. 52.

-, Mr., money for troops, &c.; xlv. 54, 61; xlvi. 32, 40, 69, 60, 69; xlvii. 18, 31, 74; lii. 24; lxiv. 2; lxviii. 58.

-, the Right Hon. Richard, Esq., or Mr., [a Lord of the Treasury]; lxxi. 70; lxxxvi. 48; lxxvii. 31; lxxviii. 3.

Hiller, William, of Weston Birt, Gloucester, yeoman, tything man and collector of poll tax, arrested and in gaol; lxii.

Hillitie, an Indian interpretress, America; p. 209.

Hillyard, Mr., xlvi. 51.

Hinde, John, deceased, the estate of; lxiv. 31.

Hindmarsh, Richard; lxxviii. 48.

Hispaniola; xlix. 7.

Hith or Hythe, dragoons to march to, against the wool stealers; xliii. 27.

Hoar, Mr., Edw., of Cork; liii. 38; lxvi. 24.

Hoare, Mr., agent to Commissioners for victualling the Navy; xliii. 57.

-, Geo., forfeiture; xlix. 4.

-, Thomas; lxvii. 16.

Hoblyn, John; lxxii. 20.

Hodges, Edward, butcher, seeks to have half pay stopped; lxxv. 34.

-, James; xlix. 16.

-, Col. Robert, brother of James; xlix. 16.

-, Sir Wm.; xlvii. 10; lxxiii. 22.

-, -, -, at Cadiz; lxi. 1; lxv. 25; lxvii. 11; lxxi. 34.

-, the Hon. Sir William; lxxi. 55.

Hodgson, John, of Lancaster, merchant; lxxiii. 62; lxxiv. 29.

Hoffman, Mons., resident from the Emperor of Germany; lxxiv. 36.

Hogsthorp manor, Lincolnshire; lxi. 51.

Hogue, La; xliii. 67.

Holbeach, William, surveyor of taxes; xlix. 15.

Holbech, Lincolnshire; lxiii. 53.

Holborn, the mob pull down a house in; lvi. 18.

Holden, Mr. Edward, law suits; lviii. 35.

Holland; xlv. 35; xlvii. 18; liv. 21, 22; lix. 22; lx. 55; lxvi. 8; lxxi. 29, 69; lxxvi. 34; lxxvii. 57; lxxviii. 6.

-, the ambassador of the States General; li. 6; lxi. 8.

-, the ambassador to; lxviii. 39.

-, disposal of money in; lxxviii. 9.

-, envoy to; lxiii. 50.

-, forces in or for; xlvii. 18; lvii. 48; lxxiv. 46; lxxviii. 60.

-, the King's protracted stay in; xlviii. 6.

-, the King in; lxix. 22; lxxvii. 39.

-, the receiver-general of the states of; xlviii. 24.

-, household and servants who went with the King into; lvii. 64; lxxii. 2.

-, ships hired in, for transport; lviii. 33.

-, sick and wounded; lxxiii. 59.

-, the States' General; xliv. 76.

-, -, -, loan of a million from; xlvii. 31.

-, -, -, complain of non-payment of interest; xlvii. 52, 74; xlviii. 27.

-, the states of, not to meet for some weeks; xlvii. 31.

-, the transport of troops to and from; xlviii. 5; lviii. 33; lix. 37.

-, Lincolnshire; lxxiv. 56.

-, Mr.; lxxi. 45.

Hollingshead, Edward, guardian of Francis; lxxii. 60.

-, Joan; lxxii. 59.

-, or Hollinshead, Francis, his father, collector of taxes; lxxii. 60.

-, Ralph; lxxii. 60.

Hollingworth, Richard, D.D.; lxxiii. 32c.

Holman, Wm., transport service; lxiv. 32.

Holstein, the Duke of; xlv. 35; xlvi. 42; lv. 17.

Holt, Captain Thomas, memorial; lv. 14.

-, Col.; xlviii. 15; liii. 31; lxi. 15.

-, -, the regiment of; lxxii. 35.

-, -, -, -, in the Leeward Islands; xlv. 90; xlviii. 15; lix. 2.

-, Col. Henry; lv. 14.

-, the Lord Chief Justice, the loss in his salary by malt tickets; lvii. 54.

Hompesch, the Baron, master of the buck hounds; lxxvi. 7.

Homrigh, B., expected to be elected Lord Mayor of Dublin; xliii. 15.

-, -,; lvi. 50.

Hooke, Thomas; li. 23.

Hooker, Mr.; xlviii. 62.

Hookes, John, one of four clerks of the House of Commons, petition; lv. 42; lxxiv. 77.

Hooton, Edw., bone lace maker, Bucks, &c.; lxviii. 18.

Hopegood, Andrew, of London, merchant; lx. 56.

Hopp, Delleff, Christian, Customs; xlvii. 78.

Horler, Hercules; xliii. 45.

Hornby, Edmund, gent., deputy clerk of the Crown (Lanc.); xlix. 34.

Horne, Mr., agent in Antigua; lxiii. 61.

Horneby, Mr.; lx. 68; lxvii. 57.

Horse. See Master of the Horse.

Horse Guards, sutlers at the; lii. 36.

Horses, the price of; lxxv. 5.

Horton, Joseph, goldsmith, convicted of counterfeiting; lxix. 17; lxxiii. 28.

Horton, Joseph, lessee of a farm in Cotton Abbots, Cheshire, attainted; lxxviii. 36.

Hospitals, Low Countries; xliii. 7.

-, in Ireland; xliii. 33.

Hotham, Charles, xlv. 53.

-, Sir John, mention of his shutting the gates of Hull; p. 460.

Houblon, Sir James; xlvi. 46b.

-, John, junior; lxxiii. 22.

-, Sir John; lxxiii. 22.

Hounslow, the King's house at; xliv. 71.

-, heath, highwaymen; lvi. 75.

Household, the; xlix. 29; lxxvii. 63.

-, the cofferer of the; lxi. 41.

-, controller of the; liii. 45.

-, the drummers and fife of the; lvii. 30.

-, expense of the; lxiii. 44.

-, servants; lxi. 41; lxix. 37.

-, supplies; lv. 5.

-, transport of, to Holland; lvii. 64.

-, of the Q. Dowager; lix. 26.

Houses, duties on; lxxiv. 76.

Houston, Capt. Charles, his pension three years in arrear, petition; lx. 9.

How, Frances, niece to Col. Maurice Kingwell, petition; xlvi. 20.

How, Sir Scroop, controller of Excise; lxx. 24.

Howard, Dame Annabella, executrix of Sir Robert Howard, Kt., deceased, late auditor of the receipt of the Exchequer, lx. 50.

[-, Mr.]; lvii. 62.

-, the Rt. Hon. the Lady Diana, relict and executrix of Thomas Howard, Esq.; lxxv. 37.

-, Sir Robert, Knt., auditor of the receipt of the Exchequer; xliii. 70; lvi. 2; lvii. 45; lviii. 9; lx. 50.

-, -, -, in St. Stephen's Court, Westminster; lii. 20.

How, Col., a groom of the bedchamber lvii. 5.

Howe, Col.; li. 18.

Howe, Sir Scroop, controller of salt duties; lxviii. 27.

Howells, Geo., Esq., receiver-general of aids, &c., Wales; xlvi. 68.

Hoymen of Kent and Essex, complaints of, as to the exaction of fees; lxxiii. 61.

Hubbald, Mr. William, clerk of the treasurer of ordnance; lxxi. 64.

Hubbard, Sir H., a Commissioner of Customs; xlv. 80.

Hubert, Michael, serjeant porter to the King; lxxv. 33.

Hubblethorne, Mr. Charles and his mother; li. 34.

-, -, his father slain at sea; li. 34.

Hucheson, Hutcheson, or Hutchinson, Arch., Esq. [army] agent; xlv. 90; xlviii. 14; lix. 2; lxiii. 22.

Huddlestone or Hudleston, Mr. Andrew; li. 42; lxix. 30.

-, -, Col. of Whitehaven; liii. 53.

Hudsons Bay; lxiv. 24.

-, -, Company; xliv. 63.

-, -, the governor and company of adventurers trading to, petition; lxiv. 62.

-, -, -, particulars of their history; lxiv. 62.

Hudson, John, gent., controller of hospitals, as to his half pay; lxxiii. 59.

-, river; xlvii. 46; pp. 207, 208.

-, William, army clothing; lv. 59.

Huguetan, Mr.; lii. 24.

Hull, p. 460; lxxvi. 34.

-, “the town major” of; lxxv. 30.

-, merchants of, customs; xlv. 72.

Humberstone, Mr. Matthew, usher of the Custom house and deputy surveyor; lxxi. 29.

Hume, Mr.; lii. 41; lxxvii. 29.

-, Peter; li. 65.

Humes, Peter, of the removing wardrobe; xliii. 76; li. 65.

Humphreys, [ ]; xlv. 14.

-, Mrs. Ann, pension; lxiv. 55.

Hungerford, Mr., a collector of New York, p. 327.

-, Mr. Ducy, son of Sir George, p. 224.

Hunt, John, highway robber; lv. 15.

-, Lieut. (New York), p. 229; lviii. 17.

-, Lieut [Daniel], sent to England for recruits, and in charge of pirates' effects; lxvii. 53; lxviii. 35.

-, -, sent with Capt. Kidd's treasure; lxxiii. 56.

-, Mr.; lxvii. 36.

-, Sarah, of Stratford-upon-Avon; lxxiv. 2.

-, William, Esq., delinquents' estates; xlvi. 1; lxiv. 14.

Hunter, James, gives information of robbery of the exchequer; lxxii. 5.

Huntsmen, the King's; lviii. 46.

Hurley, John, an Irish rebel; lxxvii. 23.

Hurst, John, executed for counterfeiting; xliii. 22.

-, castle lviii. 54.

Hussey, Col. Maurice; xlix. 33; li. 21.

Hutcheson, Mr., agent to Col. Codrington; lxiii. 61; lxvii. 30.

-, See also Hucheson.

Hutchinson, Mr., late receiver-general of Customs; lxxiv. 27.

-, Alexander; lx. 64.

-, Captain John; lx. 17.

-, R.; li. 11.

Hutton, Doctor; lviii. 15.

Huxford, master gunner, commissary of New-foundland; liii. 39.

Hyde, Stephen, porter (receipt of the exchequer), petition; xlix. 27

-, Captain William, captain of a company at New York; lviii. 4.



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