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'Index: H', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 3: 1702-1707 (1874), pp. 615-622. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79612 Date accessed: 20 November 2014.


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Hackshaw, Robert; lxxix. 18.

Hague, the; lxxxi. 21; lxxxiv. 34, 143; lxxxvi. 31, 138; lxxxvii. 26, 142; xci. 72; xcvii. 35; cii. 30.

-, -,; provisions there, lxxix. 25.

-, the Prince's minister at the, pressing for money, lxxxiv. 11.

Haines, John, received the censure of the House of Commons on his knees, memorial of; lxxxii. 26.

Haistwell, Mr. Edward, payment of a regiment; ciii. 81.

Hales, Edward, master of a ship seized for not being properly manned; lxxxiv. 99.

Haley, Henry, a moneyer, sent to Scotland; cii. 64.

Half moon on the Hudson River, state of the forts at the; lxxxv. 43.

Half-pay, no money for; xciv. 93.

-, an officer restored to; xcix. 2.

-, officers; lxxix. 19.

-, -, refuse to serve in West Indies; lxxxiv. 50.

Halfpence and farthings. See Copper and Coinage.

Halfpenny, Mr., in the Alienation Office; lxxx. 13.

Halifax, woollen manufacture at; lxxxiv. 15.

-, Earl of or Lord; lxxix. 59, 118; lxxx. 90; lxxxi. 48; lxxxiv. 109; lxxxv. 92; lxxxvii. 63; xc. 92; xci. 35, 36; xciv. 96, 99, 139; xcv. 15, 23, 124; xcvi. 16, 102; xcvii. 41; xcix, 86, 107; ci. 27, 65; cii. 45.

-, -, cause against, at the Exchequer bar; xc. 36.

-, -, memorial for allowance; xcix. 107.

-, Charles, Lord Auditor of the Receipt of Exchequer; lxxxiii. 9; lxxxviii. 68; xcii. 11; civ. 42.

-, -, -, -, his clerks, &c.; lxxix. 112.

Hall, John, Esq., Westminster manor and bailiwick granted in trust for; xcvii. 70.

-, Thomas, Esq., cashier for the revenue of excise, allowance to; lxxxii. 13.

-, Urban, qualifications to purchase pitch and tar for the navy; lxxxv. 39.

-, -, contract for the like; lxxxv. 116.

Halley, Mr.; lxxxix. 16.

-, -, controller of the Mint; lxxxi. 40.

Halstead, Henry, clerk, a prebendary of St. Paul's, London, debt from; xcvii. 76.

Hamburgh, or Hamborough; xcix. 85.

-, trade, merchants in the, consulted about the Irish linen manufacture; ci. 72.

-, proposal to remit rix-dollars to; lxxxvi. 95.

-, safe arrival of the tin in; xcix. 7.

“Hameff, camp att,” dated; lxxxvi. 16.

Hamill, Col. Hugh, debts; lxxxiii. 95; xcvi. 91.

Hamilton, Brigadier, account of the missing in his regiment; lxxxvii. 154.

-, Col.; lxxxi. 69.

-, Lieut.; lxxxiii. 90.

-, Major-General, surgeon to the regiment of; xcix. 39.

-, Agnes, relict and executrix of Andrew, appointed to settle the posts in North America, petition, &c.; ci. 32.

-, Col. Andrew, deputy governor of Pennsylvania; lxxxiii. 15.

-, Dame Elizabeth, wife of Sir Robert, of Stenop, Bart., petition; lxxxi. 69.

-, Gustavus, Brigadier or Col.; xciv. 51.

-, -, -, regiment of; lxxxv. 27; xciii. 17.

-, -, -, -, pay and debt of; lxxxviii. 17, 59, 80; xci. 47.

-, Col. Hans, regiment of; xcii. 77; xciv. 20; xcvii. 118.

-, John Lord; lxxxi. 69.

-, Sir George, Bart., petition; civ. 13.

-, Col. Walter, Lieut. Governor of St. Christopher's Islands, salary of; xciv. 12.

-, Capt. William, for restoration to half-pay; ciii. 80.

Hammond, Mr. Anthony; xcvii. 71.

Hamon, Capt. Francis, Lieut.-Governor of Languard fort, pension, &c.; lxxx. 83.

Hamond, John, apprehended with counterfeit coin, deposition; xciv. 74.

Hampshire, collector of excise in; lxxxii. 18.

Hampton Court; lxxxii. 22; lxxxiii. 37; xc. 85.

-, -, attendance on Her Majesty at, allowances, &c.; xcii. 26; xciii. 110; xciv. 113.

-, -, bedchamber, &c. at, painting of; lxxxi. 22.

-, -, bridges over the river bringing water to; xcv. 3.

-, -, gardens; lxxxiv. 133; cii. 93.

-, -, -, estimate for works; lxxxii. 21.

-, -, -, superintendent of, &c.; xciii. 106.

-, -, -, money owing for painting in; xcviii. 71.

-, -, -, assessment of land taken into; cii. 20, 46.

-, -, great room at, money wanted for colours for, &c.; lxxxix. 41.

-, -, King's buildings at, the poor increasing by the; lxxx. 114.

-, -, park at, ranger of; cii. 46.

-, -, the great park, condition of; xcii. 110.

-, -, “House” park, keeper and paler of; lxxxiv. 109.

-, -, -, -, assessment of; lxxxv. 163.

-, -, Middle Park, timber in or from; xc. 85; xci. 18; xcvi. 105.

-, -, parks at, account of timber from; xcvi. 105.

-, -, Queen's meadows in, fencing of; lxxx. 100; lxxxv. 89; lxxxvii. 86.

-, -, royal license to build, legality of; xcv. 120.

-, -, statues and a head for; lxxxvi. 76.

-, -, work of various kinds done at; lxxxvi. 78, 96; lxxxviii. 32; xci. 43; xciv. 52; xcv. 27.

-, Wicke, petition of inhabitants of; lxxxv. 89.

Hanbury, William, Esq., brother-in-law of Sir John Cotton, petition; c. 45.

Hand Alley, in the parish of St. Botolph without Bishopsgate; lxxix. 108.

Handasyd (spelt various ways), Brigadier or Col., regiment of, in the West Indies; lxxxviii. 16; xci. 6; xcviii. 2, 103; ci. 56.

-, -, -, captains of additional companies in; xciii. 125; ci. 28.

-, -, Thomas, governor of Jamaica; xc. 97; xciv. 2, 108; xcix. 92; ci. 56.

Hanover, Elector of, invested with the Order of the Garter; lxxxiii. 99.

Hara, Sir Charles, memorials; xciii. 42; xciv. 138; xcvii. 34.

-, -, Major-General in the expedition to Cadiz, for pay; lxxxix. 38.

Harbord, Mr.; lxxxi. 19.

Harcourt, Simon, Esq., petition; lxxxv. 13.

-, -, -, secondary of the Crown Office in Queen's Bench; lxxx. 34; lxxxiv. 132.

-, Sir Simon, solicitor general; lxxxv. 165.

-, -, attorney-general; cii. 20; ciii. 17.

Hardy, Philip le, governor of a garrison in Jersey, fines, &c., for wool; lxxxix. 112.

-, Sir Thomas, of H.M.S. Pembroke, salvage for Dutch ship retaken by; lxxxv. 105.

-, -, reward to, in connection with the Vigo affair; xci. 57.

Hare, John, common brewer, a debtor to the crown, petition, &c.; xcvi. 36.

Harison, Cha., reward for discovery of silks; xcvii. 16.

Harkaside, parcel of manor of Grinton, mines in, &c.; lxxxix. 100.

Harley, Mr., or E. or Edward, Esq., auditor of imprests; lxxxiii. 97; lxxxv. 78, 91, 95; lxxxvi. 144; lxxxix. 57, 141; xc. 69; xci. 28, 60; xcii. 64; xciii. 72; xciv. 24; xcv. 105; xcvii. 56; xcviii. 106; xcix. 3, 77, 99; c. 6; ci. 54; cii. 79.

-, Mr. Edward, chairman to a parliamentary committee; lxxix. 47.

-, Ro. or Robert, Mr. or Right Hon., Secretary of State; xciii. 108, 132; xciv. 49, 122; xcv. 5, 22; xcvi. 17, 53; xcviii. 95; xcix. 31; c. 9; ci. 16; cii. 30, 133; ciii. 73; civ. 46.

-, -, -, payment out of secret service money to; xciv. 123.

Harnage, Mr.; lxxxii. 42.

-, Mr., auditor, certificate; ci. 46.

-, Grange, in co. of Salop; xcii. 97.

Harold, Ni., the Queen's title to a certain rent, &c.; xciii. 132.

Harriers, Queen's, keeper of the; lxxxii. 34.

Harris, Mr., late graver to the Mint, and of H.M. Seals,; xci. 143.

-, Capt. Ed., for continuance of bounty; lxxxviii. 25.

-, Richard, gent, manor and lands conveyed to, in trust; xcvii. 17.

Harrison, Mr., frauds of; lxxxvii. 67.

-, -, [late Comr. of Revenue of Ireland]; civ. 60.

-, Sir Robert, Knt., Receiver General for the co. of Oxford, petition, &c.; xcv. 48.

Harrys, Edward, Esq., late Lieutenant Govenor of Jersey; xcii. 43.

-, -, -, -, confined in the Queen's Bench prison; xciv. 37.

Hart, Captain Morgan, petition for himself and garrison of “Inniskilling;” lxxxvi. 60.

-, Mr. Robert, answer to a complaint for stopping taxes; xciv. 61.

-, Hall, Oxford, the principal of, and exhibitions in; xciii. 100.

Hartlepool, abuses in the customs of; lxxxv. 110.

Hartley, Smithsby, transference of office of landwaiter; lxxxiv. 21.

Hartshorn brewery, master workmen employed on the, petition; xc. 15.

Harvey, Mr.; lxxxv. 113.

-, -, lieutenant of Epping Forest, grubbing up a coppice; lxxxv. 70.

-, Daniel, Esq., messuages at Mortlake for tapestry manufacture; lxxxv. 11.

-, Sir Eliab; lxxxv. 64.

-, William, Esq., landlord of Excise office in Broad Street; lxxxv. 64; lxxxvi. 17, 47, 57.

Harvy, Hon. Major-General, regiment of, horses; xcv. 60.

Harwich; xci. 39; xcvii. 18.

-, shipment of horses at; lxxxii. 1.

-, tide surveyor at; lxxxvii. 8.

Hassell, John, action against, as to a lost Exchequer bill; xc. 81.

Hastings; lxxxi. 94.

-, Brigadier, provision for; lxxx. 31.

-, -, K., widow of, petition; lxxxv. 142.

-, Ferdinando, late Brigadier, recommended for royal bounty; lxxxi. 47.

Hatchesse more, Hatchew or Hetchew mere; xcvii. 107; xcviii. 26.

Hatsell, Mr. Baron, superseded, salary for Trinity term; lxxxi. 36.

Hatton, Conyers, Esq., son and executor to Dr. Hatton, petition for a debt; xcvii. 79.

-, Dr. Robert, daughter to; xcviii. 78.

Havannah, the; xciv. 2.

Hawes, Samuel, debt to James St, Amand; lxxxi. 50.

Hawk, H.M. fire-ship, lieutenant of; ciii. 110.

Hawks, serjeant of the; lxxxvii. 105.

-, expense of keeping the, discontinued; lxxxvii. 105.

-, presented to her Majesty by the King of Denmark, cost of keeping, &c.; xciv. 86.

Hawkers and pedlars, Acts for licensing, abstract of; lxxxviii. 72.

-, -, extracts as to fees; xciii. 96.

-, commissioners for licensing; xc. 18.

-, -, law charges; lxxxvi. 20.

-, -, petition for remission of taxes on their salaries; xciv. 33.

-, dealers not within the law of; lxxxix. 80.

-, duty on; lxxx. 11; c. 90.

-, -, yearly income from; civ. 28.

-, encouragement to, to take licenses; xcv. 6.

-, form of licence granted to; lxxx. 56.

Hawkins, Francis, a journeyman cooper, one of Lynch's securities; lxxxv. 26.

Hawley, Mr. Edmund; lxxxii. 27.

Hayes, Sir James, Bart., prisoner at large in the Fleet; lxxix. 94.

-, -, -, pensioner in the Foot guards, petition; xci. 55.

Hayter, Henry, a clerk under the Treasurer of the Navy, petition; xciv. 104.

Hayward, Henry, carpenter, repairs wharfs at Sheerness; lxxix. 36.

Hazard, Mr., a suitor for a “noon waiter's” place; lxxxiii. 26.

Head money in Virginia, revenue from; xc. 33; xciv. 79.

“Healing,” the charge of the; lxxxv. 82.

-, medals; lxxxiii. 110; lxxxix. 141.

Heard, Mr. or John, butcher to his late Majesty's household; lxxix. 10; xci. 77; xcvi. 86.

Hearth farm, tallies of the, suit as to the; xci. 27; xciii. 40.

-, money; lxxxviii. 83; xcvi. 14.

Heath and furze for “breeming” H.M. ships, as to; lxxxviii. 9.

Heathcote (spelt various ways), Mr.; lxxix. 93.

-, Mr. Caleb, proposal for providing stores at New York; xcvii. 77.

-, -, or Mr., joint commissioner for the office of Receiver General of New York; lxxxii. 46, 77; lxxxvii. 69.

-, Mr. Gilbert, of London; lxxxii. 46 (p. 75).

-, Sir Gilbert; c. 43; ci. 56.

-, -, of London, merchant, storehouses in Jamaica; xcvii. 82.

Heather, assault on one; xciii. 71.

Hedges, C. or Sir Charles, Secretary of State; lxxix. 85, 87, 91, 96; lxxx. 72; lxxxi. 21, 94, 100; lxxxii. 15, 16; lxxxiv. 33, 48; lxxxv. 3, 47; lxxxviii. 19; lxxxix. 11, 138; xc. 24, 60; xci. 17, 29, 49, 78, 86; xcii. 49, 74; xciv. 88, 95; xcv. 116; xcvi. 95; xcvii. 87; xcviii. 6, 12, 27, 43, 77; xcix. 81; c. 44.

-, -, -, patent appointing; lxxix. 90.

Helford, borough of, further liberties to, and rights and privileges of the traders there; lxxxvii. 121.

Helker, Jelles, master of a ship, petition; c. 11.

Helvoetsluys, manager for shipping English disabled soldiers at; lxxxi. 33.

Hemming, Benjamin, Esq., Consul in Madeira, dismissal of; ciii. 59.

Hemp, contract for; lxxix. 55.

Hening, Mr.; lxxxvi. 119.

Heninniock, manor of, Cardiganshire; lxxxi. 80.

Henley, John, Esq.; lxxxix. 80.

-, Robert, lieutenant to the independent company at Bermudas; xcvii. 97.

-, Sir Robert, reversion of his office; lxxxi. 69.

Henning, Caspar Frederick, keeper of the late King's privy purse; lxxix. 86; lxxxi. 13.

Henshaw, Mr.; c. 52.

-, George, joint agent for prizes at Genoa; xcvii. 43.

Heralds, King's, coronation fees; lxxxi. 59.

Herbert, Col., regiment of, expenses; lxxxi. 78.

-, Lord; lxxxvi. 132.

-, Henry Lord, arrears owing to his father; lxxxviii. 38.

-, Mr., late Receiver General of Prizes, accounts of; lxxxiv. 144.

-, Sir Henry, Knt., master of the Revels (deceased), accounts, &c.; lxxxviii. 38.

-, Thomas; civ. 61.

Hereford; co. of, receiver of land revenue for; lxxxiv. 4; xcii. 9.

Herne, Mr. [landwaiter in the port of London], as to his deputy; xc. 52.

-, Mr. Francis, late of Cadiz, merchant; lxxix. 62.

-, or Hernes, Mr. Lionel, cancelling Exchequer bills; lxxxiii. 16; lxxxvi. 32; lxxxix. 25.

Heron, Edward, gent., a Queen's waiter in the port of London, petition; xcix. 24.

Hertford, co. of, frauds by the maltsters of; ci. 5; ciii. 65.

-, -, receiver of the land revenues for; xcix. 9.

-, -, late sheriff of; lxxxvi. 11.

Hesse, or Hesse Cassel, Landgrave, of, subsidies, &c.; xcviii. 25; cii. 30.

-, Prince of; xcix. 103.

-, -, killed in the attack on Montjuich; xcvi. 51; xcvii. 104.

-, -, secretary to the; xciii. 118.

-, -, the surgeon who dressed the wound of; cii. 130.

Hessians, the, subsidies for and demands of; lxxxvii. 57.

Hetherington, Humphrey, Esq., fee-farm rents conveyed to; xciv. 117.

Hewer, William, treasurer for the late garrison of Tangier, and executor and successor of S. Pepys, Esq.; xcv. 35; c. 73.

Hewett, Thomas, Esq., Surveyor General of H.M. Woods, Trent North; xcv. 82; lxxxiii. 21; lxxxiv. 28, 84; lxxxv. 169; lxxxix. 72; xcviii. 22.

Hewitt, Robert, petition; lxxxiv. 123.

-, Thomas, Receiver of Lincoln, Nottingham, &c.; lxxxii. 39; lxxxiv. 123.

Heyleyshem, Abbey of, headquarters of the enemy at; lxxxvii. 2.

Heylin, Mr. John; ci. 27.

Heynaults, East and West, walks called, in Waltham forest, containing Crown timber; xci. 3.

Hickes, J., as to a reversion, &c.; xc. 22.

Hickman, Nathan, attorney at law, petition; lxxx. 12.

Hide, Captain John, &c., owner of a ship on which an embargo was laid; xciii. 87.

-, Captain Wm., commander of an independent company in New York; lxxxv. 16.

Higgons, John, gentleman, and Alice his wife and daughters, as to their title to part of Chatham docks; xciii. 120; xcvii. 85; ci. 98; cii. 105.

Highmore, Thomas, serjeant painter, appointment; lxxxiv. 31.

-, -, -, debt to; xcviii. 71.

High winds, damage done by the; lxxxviii. 1; lxxxix. 43.

Highways, surveyor of the, office of; lxxxii. 60.

Highway robbers, rewards for apprehension of; lxxx. 71, 146; lxxxiii. 25; lxxxvi. 11, 67, 133; xci. 138; xcviii. 147.

Hilary term, 1702, necessaries for lxxx. 61.

Hildeyard, Edward, Esq., late deputy steward of the courts of the manor of Richmond in Surrey; lxxix. 107; lxxxi. 88.

Hill, Mr., bills advised, &c., according to treaty; xciii. 44.

-, -, H.M. Envoy at Turin; xcvi. 51.

-, -, in office of Treasurer of Navy; lxxxiv. 149.

-, Jane, widow of Lieutenant John Hill, killed at Vigo, petition; lxxxvi. 61.

-, Jno., Esq., as to the loan on the subsidy, 1703; xcii. 37.

-, -, -, and Elinor his wife, late widow and executrix of Colonel Douglasse, case of; xciv. 103.

-, Colonel John; xcvi. 43.

-, -, -, regiment of; xcv. 4; xcvi. 3, 115; xcviii. 99.

-, Madam, chapel added to apartment of; xci. 74.

-, Major Nathaniel, for pension; lxxxv. 90; lxxxvi. 72.

-, Reginald, collector of the land tax in Crakenthorpe, petition; xc. 16.

-, Richard, Esq., one of the council of the Lord High Admiral lxxx. 106.

Hinde, Mr. Thomas, offers to discover concealed goods; c. 9.

Hisenbuttle, John, joiner, charges for presses for the cotton library; xci. 66.

Historiographer to her Majesty, allowance, &c.; lxxx. 42; xciv. 115.

-, for Scotland, Royal Commission appointing a; xci. 139.

Hoare, Sir Richard; lxxxix, 75.

Hoath, hill of, lighthouse on the; xci. 71 (p. 283).

-, Lord, house of, mentioned; xci. 71 (p. 284).

Hobby, Sir Charles; ciii. 61 (p. 547).

-, -, Knt., a ship fitted out by, seized by the crew, who became pirates, petition; xcv. 71.

Hoby, parish of, an estate in; xcix. 98.

Hodges, Anthony, Esq., Lieutenant Governor of Montserrat, petition, &c.; xcv. 104.

-, Serjeant Geo., of Lord Donegall's regiment, petition of his widow Ann; xcv. 9.

-, James, a new way of raising money, &c.; lxxxvii. 3.

-, Sir William, a claim of; xci. 116; xcii. 24.

Hog, Thomas, a cook, laid information against Captain D'Oyly; lxxxv. 97.

Holbech, Mr. John, for allowance; lxxxv. 131.

-, William, surveyor of duties on marriages in Devon, dismissed for fraud; lxxxiv. 36; lxxxvi. 52; xciv. 18; xcv. 102.

Holden, Edward, employed to prosecute deerstealers, petition; xc. 40.

Holder (or Houlder), George, spaniel keeper to Charles II., &c.; lxxxvi. 51; xcix. 76.

Holderness, Countess of, legatee and executrix in trust for; lxxxviii. 83.

Holland; lxxix. 17, 25; lxxx. 105 (p. 39); lxxxiv. 34, 65, 71, 105, 147; lxxxv. 58, 78; lxxxvii. 130; xcii. 89; xciv. 73; xcvi. 116; xcix. 31, 97; ci. 18.

-, adventures of the Greek youths in; lxxxvii. 142.

-, agent of transports in, credit to; lxxxviii. 19.

-, bills of exchange from; lxxxiv. 32; xcii. 73.

-, commissioners sent to, to examine witnesses; xc. 36, 87.

-, corn and woollen manufacture imported into; ciii. 57.

-, currency, bills payable in; xcix. 44.

-, Earl of Ranelagh's deputy in; lxxxviii. 63.

-, Envoy Extraordinary from; xciii. 108.

-, establishments transmitted from; lxxxvi. 127.

-, expenditure in, on account of the Cevennes; civ. 8.

-, forces or army in; lxxix. 39; lxxxiii. 20; lxxxiv. 6; lxxxv. 86; lxxxvii. 62; lxxxviii. 48; xcvi. 96.

-, -, clothiers of, petitions; lxxxv. 94; lxxxix. 110; xc. 7; xciii. 43; xcv. 43; xcvi. 119.

-, gunsmiths of, to contract for supply of muskets; xcviii. 18.

-, hospitals in; lxxxviii. 88.

-, invalids from; xciv. 1.

-, king's huntsman sent to, with presents; lxxxvi. 119; lxxxviii. 57.

-, loss of horses in; lxxxiii. 7; lxxxiv. 11.

-, low priced linen from; xcix. 85.

-, troops of, augmentation; lxxxv. 37; lxxxviii. 46.

-, packet boats to, additional; lxxxix. 11; xci. 39.

-, -, diary of the voyages to; xcvii. 18.

-, “solliciteurs” in, time for payment of, expired; lxxxvii. 25.

-, regiments for; lxxix. 35; lxxxiv. 17.

-, -, transport of; lxxxiv. 150.

-, returned goods from; lxxxix. 71.

-, rice sent direct from Carolina to; xcii. 62.

-, thread and filleting of, proposed duties on the; ci. 11.

-, tin exported to, on H.M. account; xcii. 109.

-, war against; xciii. 86.

-, wine imported from, seized; xcix. 48.

-, and Scotland, pay of two regiments while on the voyage between; lxxxix. 128.

-, Edward, High Sheriff of Merioneth, penalty for not returning members' writ; lxxxiii. 38.

-, Thomas, convicted for loading wool on a French vessel, &c.; xcvi. 100.

Holles, Denzill, Lord, Whittlewood forest passed to, in trust, &c.; xcviii. 58.

Holmes, Lieutenant George, in Lord Montjoy's regiment, half pay; xcix. 2.

-, Mr. George, going as chaplain to Algiers; xcviii. 89.

-, -, in the Record Office in the Tower; xci. 117.

-, -, gentleman, chief clerk under the keeper of the records at the Tower of London, appointment; xci. 130.

-, -, and clerks, labours on the records; xcii. 82; xciii. 115; xcv. 81.

Holstein, Duke of, treaty with; lxxxix. 105.

Holt, Col., marine regiment of; lxxx. 75; lxxxiii. 40, 112; lxxxv. 109; lxxxix. 91.

-, Mr.; xcvi. 76.

-, -, merchant, proposals as to H.M. tin; xcii. 40; xcix. 97.

-, R.; lxxxviii. 2; xcix. 67.

-, -, in the Custom House, for clerks to assist him; xcvi. 79.

-, forest (Hampshire), Lieutenant of; lxxxix. 39.

Homer, eldest of the Greek youths in Oxford; lxxxvii. 142 (p. 208).

Hooke, Henry, Esq., Lieutenant Governor of Plymouth, conveyance of troops; lxxxvi. 83.

Hooker, William, and another, for grant of a receiver generalship for their lives; xciv. 68.

Hooper, Serjeant [member for Barnstaple]; xciii. 62.

Hopson, Charles, joiner, money due to; lxxxviii. 27.

-, Capt. Edward, fine for goods run by lxxxix. 140.

-, Sir Thomas, engaged in the action at Vigo; lxxxix. 140.

Horard, James, fishmonger of London; lxxxiv. 74.

Hore, Charles, discovers a great fraud in Her Majesty's brewhouse at St. Katherine's; lxxix. 34; lxxxii. 36.

-, -, saved the government 4,000l. or 5,000l. per ann.; lxxix. 47.

-, -, and Richard, petition for reward for discovery of frauds, &c.; xcvi. 42.

-, James, Mary, relict of; xcvi. 42.

Horse, master of the, see Master.

Horse guards, 1st troop of, transport of; lxxxi. 79.

-, 2nd troop of, late brigadier of the; xcvii. 61.

-, 3rd troop of, guidon of the; xcvii. 100.

-, troops of, captains of; lxxxiv. 60; lxxxv. 58.

Horses and shackles, money for providing; lxxix. 92.

Horsley, William, gent., and Elizabeth his wife, petition; xcix. 45.

Horton, Hugh, Esq., receiver-general of aids in the co. of Bucks; cii. 126.

-, Joseph, attainted of high treason, estate to whom granted, &c.; lxxxiii. 67; lxxxviii. 89; xci. 73.

Hosier, Mr., money overpaid by; lxxxi. 92.

-, Mr. H.; lxxxvi, 106.

-, Richard, Sebastian wines; lxxxii. 20; xcii. 2.

Hospitals, the; lxxxvi. 116; lxxxvii. 47; lxxxix. 49.

-, in Holland, charge of the, for 1702; lxxxviii. 88.

Hotham, Charles, regiment of; xcviii. 59.

Houghton, manor of, in co. of Huntingdon, repairs; xciv. 66.

Hounslow Heath, bridges over the cut on; xcv. 3.

House of Lords or Commons, see Lords and Commons, House of.

Houses of Parliament, furnishing of the; lxxxiv. 139.

Houses, sixth years duty on, 1703, account of; lxxxv. 161.

-, surveyor of the duties on, in Leicester, as to; xci. 59.

-, marriages, &c., duties on, form for making returns of; lxxxiv. 36.

-, -, in co. of Bedford. surveyors of; xcv. 74.

-, -, in Cambridgeshire; lxxxviii. 15.

-, -, in co. of Oxford, late receiver's general of; lxxxv. 15.

Household, H.M., Chamberlain of; xcvii. 95.

-, cofferer of, see Cofferer.

-, debt of; lxxix. 31.

-, expenses, &c., of; lxxix. 123; lxxxii. 33; lxxxiv. 79; lxxxix. 148; xcvi. 56; cii. 102.

-, wages; lxxix. 5.

-, and stables, expenses of; lxxxviii. 50.

-, -, His late Majesty's tradesmen belonging to, for arrears; xci. 77.

“Household drums,” Her Majesty's four, petition; lxxxv. 118.

Houston or Houstoune, D., minister, who travelled from Scotland with a letter, for reward; xcvii. 33.

-, Mr. Henry, payment to; xciv. 67.

-, Mr., William, minister of the gospel; xciv. 67.

-, annual allowance; xcvii. 119; c. 94.

Houtalen, camp at, dated; lxxxvi. 138.

Howe, Col., Emanuel Scrope, lieutenant and keeper of forests of Alice Holt and Wilmer; lxxxiv. 146; lxxxix. 39.

-, Lord, his clerks employed on malt duty; lxxxi. 38.

-, or How, J. or John, Mr., or Right Hon., paymaster of the guards and garrisons, accounts, memorials for subsistence, &c.; lxxxiii. 42; lxxxiv. 7, 26, 35, 73, 118, 131, 147; lxxxv. 1, 27, 44, 53; lxxxvii. 9, 94; lxxxviii. 59, 62; lxxxix. 34, 40, 103; xc. 31, 99, 121; xci. 20, 60, 109, 132; xciv. 45; xcv. 58; xcvi. 7, 30; xcviii. 9, 57; xcix. 100, 121, 126; ci. 6, 56; cii. 34; ciii. 24, 90; civ. 45, 49.

-, -, -, deputy to; xcv. 72.

-, -, -, pension on establishment of; lxxxviii. 25.

Howard, Charles, son of Sir Francis Blake, memorial; xcvi. 93.

-, Lady Diana, memorial for grant of certain premises, &c.; xcix. 75.

-, Philip, or Col. Philip, petitions and payments to; lxxxi. 61; lxxxviii. 75; lxxxix. 130; xci. 65; xcv. 32; xcix. 70.

-, -, in the housekeeper's place; xcviii. 7.

-, Sir Robert, writer of the tallies, &c.; lxxix. 118.

Hubbald, Mr. Wm., paymaster to the late train of artillery for reduction of Ireland in 1689; lxxxv. 123; xcix. 77.

Huddleston, Mr. Andrew, late collector of the port of Whitehaven, petition; xc. 19.

Hudson, Richard, master of the Dixwell tender, committed to Marshalsea on suspicion; lxxxvi. 111.

Hudson's Bay, state of receiver's account of; lxxxv. 22.

Huet or Huett, Mr., seizure of ships trading to France; xcii. 70, 84.

Huggins, Mr. John; cii. 22.

Hughes, John, receiver and controller of the rights and perquisites of the Admiralty, allowance to; lxxxvi. 30.

-, Mr. Owen, M.P. for Beaumaris, his house; ciii. 105.

Hughs, Thomas, master gunner of Portsmouth, for payment; xc. 76.

Huguetan or Hugueton, John Henry, confined in France, &c.; xcvi. 17.

Hull, collector of the port of; xcii. 38.

-, sub-commissioners of prizes at; xciii. 130; xcviii. 72.

-, -, office abolished; xciii. 130.

Hullin, Mr., a motion to be made in favour of; xcviii. 5.

Hulme, William, late sheriff of Lancashire, surplusage of account; lxxx. 44.

Hulse, William Van, Esq., place of “court post” purchased from; xci. 93.

Humber in Yorkshire; lxxxv. 68.

-, the river, lands overflowed by the sea running into, left dry; xcvii. 79.

Hume, Mr.; lxxxiv. 90.

-, Mr., or Peter, [annuities]; xciii. 104; xciv. 96; xcviii. 55.

-, -, [Rymer's Foedera]; xciv. 115; xcix. 71; ci. 24; ciii. 48.

Hungary; xci. 55; xcvii. 109.

Hungerford Market; xciii. 98.

Hunt, Capt. Daniel, Lieutenant and Adjutant in New York; lxxxiii. 75.

-, William, Esq., discovery of a receiver's effects by, petition; xciv. 85.

-, -, late of Sherrington in the co. of Norfolk, Esq., deceased, debt of; xcv. 61.

Hunter, Col. Robert, losses when taken by the French; civ. 39.

Huntingdon, receiver of the land revenues for; xcix. 9.

-, Mary, widow of Dr. Robert, late bishop of Raphoe in Ireland, allowance to; lxxx. 126.

Hurt, James, Excise officer, fraud; lxxxii. 4.

Husband, Mr., debt to; lxxxi. 77.

Hutchins, Alderman John, condemned “for unheard of treasons”; lxxxi. 106.

Hutchinson, Mr., prosecuted by Prize Commissioners; xciii. 52.

Hutton, Mr., executor of Dr. Hutton, physician to his late Majesty, and physician general of the forces; lxxxiii. 84.

Huy, siege of; lxxxvii. 2.

Hyde, Thomas and Elizabeth, his wife, of Poole in Dorsetshire; lxxxii. 37.

-, Capt. William, commanding an independent company at New York; lxxxiii. 8.

Hyde Park, palings, bridges; lxxxvii. 100; xci. 11; xcii. 115; xcvii. 22, 49; ci. 13.

-, -, the ring and roads in, watering; lxxxiv. 154; lxxxviii. 43; xciii. 7, 76; xcviii. 93.

-, -, under keepers of, petition; xcviii. 93.



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