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'Index of persons and Places: H, I', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 16: 1700-1701 (1938), pp. 492-502. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=83335 Date accessed: 28 July 2014.


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Haccombe Without, parish of, co. Devon, Assessment Commissioners, arrears of, 329.

Haddenham, co. Cambridge, lease of, escheated estate, 243.

Haddock (Hadock), Sir Charles, account for victualling garrison of Londonderry, 408.

-, -, Sir Richard, Commissioner for Victualling, 109; stay of process against, 390.

Hague, The, Holland, 24, 317, 318, 320, 381.

-, -, bill of disbursements in King's service at, 284.

-, -, English Church at Queen Mary's Charity to, 404.

-, -, French Gentlewomen at, Society of, Queen Mary's charity to, 403.

Haines (Haynes), —, Capt., payment to on Lord Montgomery's outlawry, 373.

-, Hopton, weigher and teller of the Mint, 102, 348, 368, 381.

-, John, renewing lost annuity order on, 198.

Hale, John, Stamp Duty frauds, 68.

Haley, John, an officer for carrying votes of the House of Commons, 248, 402.

Halfepenny, Bernard, clerk in Alienation Office, 200.

Halifax, Lord. See Montague, Charles.

Hall, Ezekiel, merchant illegally importing wines from St. Sebastian, 399.

-, George, Surveyor of Duty on Houses and Marriages for Chester, 389; extraordinary charges of, 427.

-, John, merchant, illegally importing wines from St. Sebastian, 399.

-, -, Surveyor of Duties on Houses and Marriages, 171.

-, Thomas, cashier to Excise Commissioners, 17, 45, 46, 100, 105, 108, 162, 171, 201, 229, 230, 267.

-, Urban, memorial concerning recovery of arrears of prizes and pirates' goods, 25, 27.

Hallet, —, a goldsmith, 94, 340.

Halley, —, 9.

Halmarke, Thomas, Keeper of North Gate prison, Chester, 228.

Hamburg, Germany, sugar for, drawback debentures of, 130.

-, wines from Hungary brought from, 67, 68, 274.

Hamil, Hugh, Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

Hamilton, —, clerk going to the Leeward Islands as schoolmaster, 229.

-, —, Lady, Queen Mary's charity to, 404.

-, Andrew, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 439.

-, Archibald, Major, half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

-, Chrisostom, to ship one bell to the Canaries, 164.

-, Frederick, Capt., half pay on Irish Establishment, 444.

-, -, Colonel, regiment of, (Royal Regiment of Foot of Ireland), 231; clothing for, 185, 431; in Holland, 276, 431; officers of, 445.

-, George, Earl of Orkney, regiment of (Royal Scots), 189; agent to, 307, 423; clothing for, 297, 430.

-, Gustavus, 351; regiment of (Twentieth Foot), 174; officers of, 444.

-, James, pension on Irish Establishment, 433.

-, John, Lieut. Colonel, half pay on Irish Establishment, 439.

-, Malcolm, Major, half pay on Irish Establishment, 440.

-, Richard, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 438.

-, William, Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 440.

-, -, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 440, 442, 445.

-, -, Major, half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

Hamilton-Moore, Henry, 3rd Earl of Drogheda, 210, 272; half pay on Irish Establishment, 439; regiment of, 20, officers of, 439.

Hammersley, John, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 440.

Hamond, Sarah, petition of, 63.

Hamoaze, co. Devon, dockyard at, 368.

Hampshire, co. See Southampton.

Hampton, co. Middlesex, church, advowson purchase of, 182; churchwardens, annuity to, 248; parish of, 303; Rector of, issue to out of Civil List, 249; vicar of, 14.

Hampton Court, 18, 24, 165, 167, 170, 181, 190, 225, 261, 280, 282, 299, 300, 390, 391, 395, 396, 409, 420, 421, 422.

-, -, Bowling green at, 25.

-, -, bringing water more plentifully to, 88, 319.

-, -, Buck barn at, 20.

-, -, Bushey Park, 25, 173; damage done by wind storm in, 191; repairs to road in, 347, 398.

-, -, carrying King's letters from, 13, 157, 201, 317.

-, -, Chaplain at. See Cawthorne, Richard.

-, -, Closet Keeper at. See Grice, S.

-, -, Gardens, Parks and Plantations at, contract for keeping, 207; work done in, 8, 24, 25, 78, 129, 157, 163, 172, 173, 215, 221, 233, 264, 271, 274, 304, 351, 413; Extraordinaries for, 421; new Establishment for, 233.

-, -, goods furnished to, 323.

-, -, green, 282.

-, -, Honor of, lease of, 297.

-, -, Horse Guards at, allowances to, 424.

-, -, housekeeper of, 282.

-, -, House Park at, 20, 24, 25, 71, 114, 225, 282; damage done by wind storm in, 191; the Circle, 25; Diagonal walk in, 25.

-, -, -, Duke of Northumberland's interest in, 38; King's mares, colts and stallions in, 122; works at, 24, 157, 279; Wm. Young's interest in, 20, 275.

-, -, House called The Toy, 282.

-, -, Jockey Park, 71; damage done in wind storm in, 191; estimate for repairs in, 78; works at, 275, 279.

-, -, King at and Treasury Lords meetings at, 12, 14, 16, 20, 21, 22, 24, 27, 31, 36, 82, 109, 110, 112, 114, 118.

-, -, King's letters from, 317.

-, -, King's Little Bedchamber, 431.

-, -, -, meadows at, 27, 53, 114, 275, 282; barns built on, 275, 354; lease of, 225, 265, 266; works in, 354.

-, -, lands at, surrendered to the King, 70, 275, 281.

-, -, Little House Park, 25.

-, -, Middle Park at, 27, 225; hay for deer in, 80, 303; keeper of, 225; and see Progers, Edward; Young, William; lodge of, repairs for, 170.

-, -, minister at, 41, and see Cawthorne, Richard.

-, -, Mitre Tavern, 282.

-, -, New Park at, 276; and see House Park.

-, -, officers of, fees and allowances to, 21, 143, 388, 414.

-, -, Pages of the Bedchamber, lodging at, furnishings for, 292.

-, -, painting at, 49, 119, 233, 314, 425 and see Verrio, Antonio.

-, -, Privy Garden at, 24, 88, 319; Fountain in, 25.

-, -, roads in, gravelling of, 355.

-, -, Royal Chapel at, organ for 162, 163.

-, -, Sandy Lane at, repairs to road in, 347, 398.

-, -, stables and lodge at, repairs to, 135; stud at, 121.

-, -, tax collector of, 114.

-, -, Tennis Court at, 134; keeper of. See Moore, H.

-, -, The Circle, 25.

-, -, The Mitre Tavern, 282.

-, -, The Thames at, 25.

-, -, Under keeper of, 225; and see English, J.

-, -, works at, 29, 65, 70; issues for, 182; new estimates for, 78.

Hand and Sword, piece of ground at Newmarket called, 206.

Handasyde, Thomas, Lieut. Col., 79, 174, 310, 318.

Handbridge, co. Chester, lease of manor of, 416.

Hanmer, Cha., 9.

-, Elizabeth, Duchess Dowager of Grafton. See FitzRoy,

-, Sir John, Regiment of, officers of, 443.

-, John, waiter and searcher at, South Shields, Newcastle port, 427.

Hannet, John, merchant illegally importing wines from St. Sebastian, 399.

Hanse Towns, Resident with. See Ricaut, Sir Paul.

Hanus, D' —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 435.

Harbord, William, Army clothier, account for clothing moneys for regiments in Ireland, 412.

Harding, —, Custom officer, 333.

-, William, of Weymouth, 281.

Hardwick, Lawrence, preventive officer Roecliffe, Hull port, 271.

Hardy, Thomas. sheriff of Dorset, 213.

Haregood, John, clothier of Marine regiment under Col. Edw. Dutton Colt, 380.

Harell, Christian, apothecary to Queen Mary, 401; and see Harrold, —.

Harford, Daniell, cornet, half pay on Irish Establishment, 438.

Harlackkenden, Kath[arine], Queen Mary's charity to, 405.

Harley, Robert, Speaker of the House of Commons, allowance as, 110, 299, 355, 362, 390; equipage as, 208; white and gilt plate for, 214; Steward of Lordships and manor of Melenydd, South Wales, 354.

Harman, —, children of, Queen Mary's charity paid to Mr. La Fountain for, 403.

Harnage, [Richard, agent to Carmarthen's Marine Regiment], 47, 128.

Haro, Sir Charles, to inspect lists of Out pensioners at Chelsea Hospital, 118.

Harper, William, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 443.

Harris, —, Capt., payment to on Lord Montgomery's outlawry, 373.

-, David, a Page of the Bedchamber, 80, 291, 401; child of, Queen Mary's charity to, 403.

-, George, Capt., half pay on Irish Establishment, 442.

-, Henry, Chief Graver of His Majesty's Seals, 148, 184, 221, 384, 414; on new Commission for Stamps, 157; Yeoman of the Revels, 148.

-, Margaret, Queen Mary's charity to, 403.

-, [Walter], King's physician, 81.

Harrison, Sir Edw., proposal for Victualling, 54.

-, James, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

-, John, a searcher at Gravesend, 342.

-, Michael, Capt., half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

-, Richard, Surveyor of Petty Customs, London port, 364.

-, Sir Robert, receiver of Assessments for Oxford, 84, 294.

-, Tho., Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 439.

Harrold, Christian, King's physician, 81 [same as Harell, Dr.?]

Hartgrave, William, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 443.

Hartlepool, co. Durham, Newcastle port, waiter and searcher at, 427.

Hartman, —, 402; son of, Queen Mary's charity to, 402.

Hartshorne Brewhouse, near the Tower, 97, 201, 264 and see Navy, Victualling.

Hartstongue, John, Bishop of Ossory, 283.

Hartwell, Ann, poor pensioner of Queen Mary, 95, 406.

Harvey (Hervey), —, 105.

-, Thomas, Victualling Agent at Cadiz, 13, 15, 19, 48, 55, 162, 219, 228, 245.

Harwich, co. Essex, Corporation of, reimbursed for cost of relief to deserters of French Army, 215; French deserters in, 49.

-, Mayor of, 215 and see Sandford, —.

-, -, port, Customs collector at, 227, 327.

-, -, Sick and Wounded. See Sick and Wounded.

Harwood, Edward, Surveyor of Chester port, 160.

-, John, a Commissioner for Wine Licences, 409, 425.

-, -, Receiver General and Surveyor of Duties on Houses and Marriages for London, 254, 344.

-, Richard, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 439.

-, Thomas, retired Surveyor of Chester port, 160.

Haselwood, John, master of ship Kingsford, 186.

Haslen, Robert, Comptroller of Chichester port, 420.

Hasler, John, leases to, in co. Sussex, 223.

Hastwell, —, 95.

Hatton, John van, merchant illegally importing wines from St. Sebastian, 399.

Haughton, —, 403; Tabith (daughter of), Queen Mary's charity to, 403.

-, -, Mrs., son of, Queen Mary's charity to, 404.

Hauteville, — La, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Havard, David, postillion to Queen Mary, 401.

Haverford West, co. Pembroke, Receiver General and Surveyor of Duties in, 150, 293.

Haversham, Lord. See Thompson, John.

Hawes' Brewhouse, Richmond, free passage to tenants to, 408.

-, Richard, junior, crown lease of Brewhouse at Richmond, 407.

Hawkins, Captain Jerome, half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

Hawkins, John, Collector of Excise for co. Derby, 141, 164.

Hawles, Sir John, Solicitor General, 98; fee as, 165, 290, 387.

Hawley, Judith, officer's widow, royal bounty, to, 207.

Hawling, Temple, riding surveyor, Jersey, 189.

Hawson, Richard, Receiver general of Land Revenues, co. Yorks., 140.

Hay, George, 4th Earl Kinnoul, arrears of pension granted by Charles II, 145, 303.

-, Thomas, 5th Earl of Kinnoul, heir of George late Earl, payment to, 145, 184.

-, -, Viscount Dupplin, 6th Earl of Kinnoul, arrears of pension paid to, 303; petition of, 72, 78.

Hayes, Israel, Comptroller of Exeter Mint, 253; discharge of bond, 115, 413.

Hayhurst, William, receiver of Crown Lands in Lancashire, Cumberland, and Westmorland, 285.

Haynes, and see Haines.

-, John, (Captain), half pay on Irish Establishment, 445.

-, John, riding surveyor for Hants, petition, 354.

-, William, petition of, 215.

Hayward, Norton, tidesman in inferior list, London port, 171.

Hays, —, going to the Leeward Islands as schoolmaster, 133.

Hazeboroughs Walk. See Whittlewood Forest.

Head, Ann, poor pensioner of Queen Mary, 406.

Heath, Richard, 170.

Heathcott (Heathcote), John, a Trustee for Circulating Exchequer Bills, 37. 47, 52, 56, 76, 287.

-, -, Gilbert, loan by, 37.

Heber, Reginald, petition of, 130.

Hedges, (Hodges) Sir Charles, 22, 23; lease of tenement called the Bakehouse in Richmond to, 135, 151; Secretary of State, 157, 159, 190, 209, 250, 314, 378, 379, 388, 414; salary as, 246, 312.

-, Richard, Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 442.

-, Sir William, 19, 47, 55, 162, 228, 245; assignee for. See Houblon, John.

Hedman, Charles, of Silverton, co. Devon, 159.

Hellows, John, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 231.

Hemingford Abbots, co. Huntingdon, lease of escheated estate of, 242.

-, Grey, co. Huntingdon, lease of escheated estate of, 242.

Hemming, James, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

-, Robert, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

Hencourt [Hennecourt], —, Marquis de, pension on Irish Establishment, 337.

Henden, Sir John, 131.

-, William, lease of several Hundreds of Cranbrooke, etc., co. Kent, 131.

Henderson, John, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 443, 444.

Heney, John, Lieut, half pay on Irish Establishment, 440.

Henley, John, a Commissioner for licensing hawkers, pedlars and petty chapmen, 298.

-, Robert, Customs Commissioner, 410.

Henning (Hening), Casper Frederick, accounts and payments for royal gardens, 160, 323, 411; payments to for Privy Purse, 174, 218, 233, 312, 395, 420.

Henriques, Peter, merchant, petition of, 234.

Henry, Benj., Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

Henry VII, grant of perpetuity to Dartmouth corporation by, 384.

Henshaw, Robert, riding officer between Falmouth and Looe, 130.

Herbert, —, counterfeiting Malt Lottery tickets, 23, 26.

-, Arthur, 3rd Earl of Torrington, Master of the Robes, 322.

-, James, purchase by of prize ship for the Navy, 332; to execute lease of improvements in Forest of Gillingham, 311.

-, Thomas, 27th Earl of Pembroke, Earl of Montgomery, Ambassador for Peace at Ryswick, 334, 366; plate out of Jewel Office, 93, 326; President of Privy Council, 39, 186, 382, 414.

-, -, groom of Privy Chamber of Queen Mary, payment to, 400.

-, -, watchmaker to the King, 139, 346; petition of, 419.

-, William, Viscount Montgomery, outlawry of, 373.

Hereford county, Excise Collector for, 164, 180, 285, 399.

-, -, Receiver of Crown Revenues for, 126.

-, -, Receiver General of assessments and Duties on Houses and Marriages, 126, 129, 140, 251, 255, 293, 419, 429.

-, -, Surveyor of Duties on Houses, 226.

Heremmer Sarija, Queen Mary's charity to, 403.

Herne (Heron), Lionel, first clerk to Sir John Stanley, as a Teller of the Exchequer, 87, 312; secretary and accomptant to trustees for circulating Exchequer Bills, 75, 84, 85, 86, 87, 89, 92, 96, 183, 301, 303, 305, 306, 307, 310, 312, 321, 326, 336, 363, 370; allowance to as, 143; payment for extraordinary services, 284.

-, Edward, a sewer to Queen Mary, payment to, 400.

-, Robert, streetkeeper to Hackney Coaches Commissioners, 195.

Heron. See Herne.

Herriard (Heryard), co. Hants., 270, 369.

Hertford, county of, 124; assessment commissioners, arrears of, 329.

-, -, Crown revenues, auditors of. See Aldworth, William and Shales, Henry, receiver of, 132.

-, -, Excise, collector for, 307, 421.

-, -, Receivers General of Assessments and Duties on Houses and Marriages, 125, 127, 149, 221, 294, 320, 331, 429.

-, -, Sheriff of. See Ansell, Nicho.

Hervart, Philibert D', Envoy extraordinary to the Swiss Cantons, 309, 391.

Heryard. See Herriard, co. Hants.

Heslerton, John, Receiver General of Duties on Marriages for co. Kent, 354.

-, Joseph, surveyor of Duties on Houses and Marriages, 355, 363.

Hesse Cassel, Envoy from Landgrave. See Tettau, Count Albert von.

Hester, William, King's rat killer, 346.

Heurard, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Hewer, Mr., for the old East India Company, 4.

-, (Hewers), William, Treasurer of garrison of Tangier, 115, 323, 344; accounts of, 422.

Hewetson, Moses, quartermaster in Lord Jedburgh's regiment, 253; petition of, 152.

Hewett (Hewet, Hewitt, Hewytt), Arthur, Surveyor of the Stables at Windsor, 125, 332.

-, -, George, riding officer between Spurn Head and Bridlington Key, 428.

-, -, Robert, deputy to Auditor Aldworth, 13, 34, 44, 155, 187, 382, 411, 418; certificate by, 339.

-, -, Roger, cashier to Earl of Ranelagh, 266, 267; executors of, 17.

Hewyt. See Hewett.

Hext, Amias, pension to, 148, 185, 343.

-, Juliana, payment to, 185.

Heywood, —, Mrs., Queen Mary's charity to, 402.

Hiam, John, boatman at Deal, 244.

Hickman, John, redeemed slave received into Chelsea Hospital, 427.

-, Thomas, Viscount Windsor, Groom of the Bedchamber, 143, 236, 363.

Higgins. See Caesar, Alice.

Higgons, —, petition as to title to part of Chatham Docks, 53, 225, and see Caesar, Alice.

Hill (Hills), —, Mrs., tenant of house and Gardens at Richmond, 408.

-, Abraham, a Commissioner for Trade and Plantations, 188, 308.

-, Christopher, Master of the Barges to Queen Mary, 402.

-, Gilliam (Gilham), King's printer, 143, 332.

-, John, tidesman at Bridlington, 369.

-, Margaret, widow of Thomas, Governor of St. Christopher, petition of, 48, 213.

-, Oliver, petition, 328, 417.

-, Thomas, Colonel, Governor of St. Christopher, 213; regiment of Foot in the Leeward Islands, 126, 332; respits on, 48.

-, Richard, a Treasury Lord 1–112 passim; on new commission of Treasury, 120; salary as, 123, 178, 239, 300, 371.

-, -, Latin Secretary in office of Secretary of State, payment to, 146, 183, 354.

Hilsey, Johanna, Queen Mary's charity to, 404.

Hind (Hinde), —, 19; grant of extended estates and disputant of Hearthmoney tallies, 38, 73.

-, -, officer's widow, royal bounty to, 208.

Hinman, Thomas, 150; Receiver General for Duties on Houses and Marriages for co. of Devon and city of Exeter, 151.

Hitchin, co. Herts., Crown lease of manor of, 416.

Hitchens, Richard, collector at St. Ives port, 206.

Hoare, James, commissioner for coining farthings, 124, 125, 331.

Hobby Stable. See Royal Stables.

Hodges. See Hedges, Sir W.

-, Joseph, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 442.

Hodgkinson, Hen., Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 440.

-, William, lost orders on Duties on wines and tobacco in name of, 335.

Hodgson, John, petition of, 53, 225.

Hodson, Captain John. half pay on Irish Establishment, 442.

Hoffman [Johann Philipp], Resident from the Emperor of Germany, 274.

Hohnden, John, 232.

Holbeach (Holbeche), John, clerk in office of the Treasurer of the Chamber, 346.

-, William, a surveyor of Duties on Houses and Marriages, 256.

Holby, alias Brincknell, Mary, petition of, 79.

Holden, Edward, payment for prosecution of robbers in New Park, 342.

Holder, George, Queen Mary's charity to, 403.

-, Samuel, payment to, 275.

Holding, Jane, deposition of, 3.

-, John, affidavit of, 3, 5, 6.

Holford, co. Somerset, 130.

Holland, 70, 78, 186.

-, Ambassador to and from. See Ambassadors.

-, Army in. See Subject Index Army

-, carrying King's Horses to, 227.

-, Court at Dieren. See Dieren.

-, flax dressed called Snowlings sent to the Canaries from, 171.

-, goods for the Duke of Marlborough sent to the Customs from, 409.

-, [£100,000] tallies put in the hands of as collateral security, 82.

-, King in, attendance on as Secretary of State. See Blathwaite, W.; disbursement for, 284, 285; letters sent to for signature, 87, 93, 97; list of payments to those attending, 447; medicine account of, 346.

-, -, members of the Household attending, 280; servants attending, 76, 285, 286.

-, King's gentleman Usher's daily waiter attending King in, 447; riding charges in, 334.

-, loans from, 391.

-, seizure of Dutch Taby, 376.

-, seizure of goods of traveller from, 162.

-, shipping horses from Ireland to, 350.

-, States General, loans from, 391.

-, wines supplied to the Royal Household when in, 53.

Holland, co. Lincolnshire, Receiver General of Assessments, in, 294.

Holland, John, assistant-surveyor of the warehouse of 15 per cent. Customs, 176.

-, Roger, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 443.

Holles, John, 3rd Duke of Newcastle 430.

Hollingshead, Francis, Receiver of 1672 Subsidy for Chester, 127.

-, Joan, petition for lease of bakehouse in Macclesfield, 155, 189, 302.

-, Ralph. Receiver General for Assessments for Chester, 170.

Hollingworth, Dr., incumbent of St. Botolph, 17, 159.

Hollway, hamlet co. Somerset, 295.

Hollyport, co. Berks., repairs to bridges between Bray and, 178.

Holman, Col., employed on a secret expedition, 217.

Holmes, George, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

-, Henry, Major, executor of Sir Robert Holmes, surplusage on his accounts, 392, 411, 415.

-, John, waterman, London port, 123.

-, Michael, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

-, Sir Robert, Governor and Receiver of the Isle of Wight, 411.

Holmewood, —, house and gardens of, at Richmond, 408.

-, Henry, Colonel, 51, 63; petition of, 53, 77, 224, 259, 286; regiment of, 65, 261, 286; half pay to officers of, 77.

-, Sir John, Lord Chief Justice of King's Bench, 8, 125.

Holt, Roland, Comptroller General of Customs, 59, 117, 139, 240, 242, 323, 420.

Holt Forest, co. Hampshire, felling timber in, 161; prosecution for spoils in, 245, 391; repairs in, 17; wood stealing in. 245.

Holydaies Plain, New Lodge Walk. See Windsor Forest.

Homefright Woods, Walks in. See Waltham Forest.

Homrigh, Bartholomew van, payment to for transportation of regiments, from Ireland, 79, 310, 318, 350.

Hooge, Adrian van der. See Borcelan, A. Van.

Hook, John, lost annuity of, 328.

Hookefield and Hook Coppice, lease of to the Earl of Jersey, 232.

Hookes (Hooks), John, Under clerk attending House of Commons, 325.

-, -, Margaret, officer's widow royal bounty to, 208.

Hooper, Daniell, Collector of 4½ per cent. Duty at Oistins, Barbados, 209.

Hopkins, Joshua, waiter and searcher at Faversham, 379.

Hopton, Captain, Company of, 22.

Hornblow, Geo., Surveyor of Duties on Houses and Marriages, for co. Worcester, 241.

Horne's Acre, Westerham, co. Surrey, lease of to the Earl of Jersey, 232.

-, Hill, Westerham co. Surrey, lease of, to the Earl of Jersey, 232.

Horsmil, Horatio, clerk employed in Navy accounts, 256.

Horton, Hugh, Receiver General and surveyor of assessments for co. Bucks., 150, 294.

-, Joseph, convicted at Chester for counterfeiting coin, 219, 228, 230, 240, 432; escheated estate of, 42, 426, 432.

Hosier, George, Receiver General and Surveyor of Assessments and Duties on Houses and Marriages for Salop, 127, 150, 189, 294, 331, 429.

Hospitall, —, Madame D', Queen Mary's charity to, 404.

-, -, Monsieur D', Queen Mary's charity to, 404.

Houblon, John, junior & Co., assignees of Sir W. Hedges, 47, 55, 228, 245.

-, Sir John, 219.

Houlez, James, petition of, 168.

Hounsterdyke (Hounslerdijck), Geertie de, Queen Mary's charity to, 403.

Houseman, James, surveyor of Hull Port, 191.

Houston, Geo., Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 440.

Hovenden, Anthony, Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

How (Howe, Howes), Charles, tidesman, superior list, London port, 369.

-, -, Emanuel Scroop, Groom of the Bedchamber, 236, 288; Lieutenant and Keeper of the Forests of Alice Holt and Woolmer, 303; petition of, 53; Col., petition of, 78; regiment of, in Holland, 276; balance of clothing owing to on embarcation to Holland, 431; free customs shipment of clothes to Holland, 357.

-, -, James, waiter and searcher at Whitby, 313.

-, -, Robert, a footman in Queen Mary's household, 401.

Howard, —, Lady, petition of, 66.

-, Charles, 6th Earl of Carlisle, Gentleman of the Bedchamber, annuity to, 296, 306; on new Commission of Treasury, 120; petition of, 63.

-, Diana, Lady, executrix of Thos. Howard a Teller of Exchequer Receipt, 338; petition of, 66, 320.

-, Edward, payment to, 24, 86, 94; royal bounty to, 163, 231.

-, Henry, 14th Duke of Norfolk, Governor and Captain of Windsor Castle, 271.

-, -, 13th Earl of Suffolk, 98; petition concerning Audley End, 60, 70, 82; re-conveyance to, of Audley End House and Park, 302, 315, 328, 339, 341.

-, -, Lord Walden, 14th Earl of Suffolk, memorial concerning return of Audley End to the Earl of Suffolk, 70, 245.

-, Joan, Lady, royal bounty to, 48.

-, Mris, marriage portion to, as Maid of Honour to Queen Mary, 17.

-, Philip, Colonel, payment to out of Secret Service, 94; petition of, 17, 27, 72, 114.

-, Sir Robert, a farmer of Post fines, 205.

-, Stewart Walburt, payment of, marriage portion as Maid of Honour to Queen Mary, 17, 32, 57, 61, 251, 255, 401.

-, Thomas, Earl of Berks, a Farmer of Post Fines, 205; Master of the Robes, issue to Exors of, 124; Parliament survey of premises in possession of, 372.

Howe. See How.

Howell (Howells), George, Receiver General and Surveyor of Assessments and Duties on Houses and Marriages for cos. Glamorgan, Cardigan, Carmarthen, Brecon, Haverford West, Monmouth, Radnor and Pembroke, 126, 140, 150, 251, 293, 308.

-, -, Maurice, Receiver General and Surveyor of Assessments and Duties on Houses and Marriages for co. Glamorgan, 254, 324.

Howghton, Thomas, tidesman, Liverpool port, 381.

Howgood, —, clerk to the Trustees for Circulating Exchequer Bills, 284.

Hoy (Hoye), Thomas, Doctor of Physic and Reader of Medicine in the University of Oxford, 133; fee as, 163, 249.

Hoylake, co. Cheshire, 409.

Hubbald (Hubold), —, 31; deductions for Chatham Chest, 181.

Hubblethorne, —, petition as to pension on Irish Establishment, 118.

-, Charles, Capt, pension on Irish Establishment, 433.

Hubert, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 436.

Huddleston, Andrew, Receiver General of Assessments and Duties on Houses and Marriages for cos. Cumberland and Westmorland, 125, 205, 331, 341.

Hudson, —, messenger to the Receiver of North Wales, 398.

-, John, Comptroller of Hospital in Flanders, half pay to, 340.

-, -, to be Consul at St. Sebastian, 22.

-, Seys, a tidesman, Swansea, 369.

Hudson's Bay, Governor and Company of, 361; stay of prosecutions against, 17, 159.

Hughes, Charles, a riding surveyor in Jersey, 189.

-, John, tidesman at Whitehaven port, 324.

-, Thomas, pension on Irish Establishment, 433.

Hughson, Samuel, Receiver of Crown Revenues for Chester, 127, 138, 207, 267.

Huguenot, pensions to. See (Pensions) Subject Index.

Hull, co. Yorkshire, Blockhouse garrison, allowances to, 424.

-, Mayor of, 311. See Barrett, Geo.

-, -, port of, officers of boatmen, landwaiters, tidesmen and Surveyor of, 129, 142, 191, 259, 271, 296, 313, 413, 415.

-, Receiver General of Assessments and Surveyor of Houses and Marriages for, 293.

-, -, Sick and Wounded quarters. See Sick and Wounded.

Hulls, Hulse, or Hulst, William Van, Clerk of the Robes attending the King into Holland, 447; Court Post, 20, 169.

Hume, Peter, payments to for Privy purse, 24, 30, 111; Yeomen of the Removing Wardrobe, 118, 173, 421.

Humphrys, Mrs. Anne, pension on Irish Civil Establishment, 433.

-, Jas., Quartermaster, half pay, on Irish Establishment, 438.

Hundreds. See Subject Index.

Hungary, wines from. See (Wines)— Subject Index.

Hunnington, —, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 444.

Hunsdon, Lord. See Carey, Robt.

Hunt, —, bail for Lord Montgomery on his outlawry, 373.

-, Arabella, poor pensioner of Queen Mary, 405.

-, Daniel, petition for reward for service in the Plantations, 79.

-, James, boatman at Deal port, 244.

-, Sarah, petition for, payment due for quartering troops, 238, 253.

-, Thos. Le, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 440.

Hunter, James, keeper of Westminster Hall, 174, 179.

Huntingdon, county of, Auditors of Crown Revenues, 155, and see Aldworth, William, and Shales, Henry.

-, -, Deputy Lieutenant of, 226.

-, -, Receivers General and Surveyors of Assessments and Duties on Houses and Marriages for, 150, 293, 397, 429.

-, -, Sheriff of, 314.

Hunton, John, surety for Receiver General for Norfolk, petition of, 269.

Hurst Castle, co. Hants, 94; garrison, allowances to, 337, 427.

-, -, Governor, See Farrington, Col. Thomas and Pittman, Samuel.

Hussey, Mrs. Sarah, poor pensioner of Queen Mary, 406.

Hutchinson, Richard, Customs Cashier, 131, 220, 272, 311.

Huttoft Bank, Boston port, co. Lincs., waiter and searcher at, 244.

Hutton, Dr., Physician General to the Army, 50; attending the King in Flanders, 216; petition of, 31, 48, 186.

-, Matthew, sergeant at Arms, 289.

Hyde (Hide), Edward, Viscount Cornbury, 103, 110; Governor of Province of New York, 352, 411; allowance as, 362, 367; furniture for chapel at New York, 374; free transport of equipage of, 103, 376; royal bounty to, 30, 57, 166, 179, 183, 233, 277; to cease, 393.

-, Elizabeth, pension to, 185, 198.

-, Henry, 2nd Earl of Clarendon, 166.

-, Laurence, 4th Earl of Rochester, Keeper of New Park, Richmond, fee as, 388; Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 53, 57, 63, 69, 71, 72, 73, 74, 83, 84, 88, 89, 91, 92, 93, 95, 110, 118, 210, 244, 272, 274, 307, 315, 340; chapel of in Ireland, furniture for, 322; delivery of gilt plate to, from the Jewel Office, 355, 370; equipage of, 87; free export of to Ireland, 330, 353; payment for, 310, 318; liveries for, 327.

-, Dr. Thomas, Instructor of Modern Arabic and Turkish languages at Oxford, 49, 144, 184, 248.

-, Thomas, pension, 185, 198.

-, William, Captain, half pay on Irish Establishment, 444.

Hyniosa, Frances, officer's widow, royal bounty to, 208.

I.

Iceland, salt entered by fisheries for, 349.

Illingworth, Robert, Ensign, half pay on Irish Establishment, 439.

Inchiquin, Lady. See Villiers, Mary.

Incledon, —, housekeeper at Westminster, 346, and see Whinnyard, Ann.

India, export of Ordnance to, 207, 209;

-, warehousing of goods from, 419.

Indies. See East Indies, West Indies.

Ingermills, Boston port, co. Lincolnshire, riding surveyor at, 393.

Ingleton, Edward, petition of 305, 420.

Ingoldsby, —, Brigadier, regiment of, in Holland, 276; clothing to on embarcation for Holland, 431; officers of, 445.

-, Fra., Capt. Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 441.

Inman, Henry, process against, 197.

Inner Temple, Assessment Commissioners, arrears of, 329.

Ipswich, co. Suffolk, postmaster of, See Pilkington, Richard.

-, -, Sick and Wounded quarters. See Sick and Wounded.

Ireland, 21, 84, 133.

-, Arms for. 118.

-, Athlone Pursuivant. See Ireland, Office of Arms.

-, Attorney General of, 79, and see Rochfort, R.

-, Auditor General of, salary to, 396.

-, bullion on ship for, 304.

-, campaigns in, 48.

-, Chancellor of, 78, 272.

-, Chief Governor of. See Ireland, Lord Lieutenant.

-, -, Ranger of all the Parks, Chaces and Woods in, salary attached to office of, 151.

-, Common Pleas in, Judge of, 74; salary of, 295, and see Jefferson, Sir J. and Smith, J.

-, Commons, House of, clerk to, Warburton, R., 263.

-, -, -, Speaker of. See Mervin, Sir Audley.

-, Court of Claims, 79.

-, -, claimants under the articles of Limerick and Galway surrenders. 318.

-, Crown rents, 283.

-, Currency, coining small money, 53.

-, -, exchange rate with English currency and loss on, 79, 101, 283, 317, 370.

-, -, foreign silver current in, 292.

-, -, shortage of small English money in, 53, 74, 292.

-, Customs, administration. See Ireland (Revenue Commissioners).

-, -, Duties on transhipments, 234.

-, -, offices, 338.

-, Deputy Paymaster of. See Ireland (Deputy Receiver).

-, -, postmasters of, 317.

-, -, Receiver General and paymaster of. See Robinson, William.

-, Establishment of, Civil, 92, 106, 326, 338–9.

-, -, Civil List, 282, 396.

-, -, Chancery, 338.

-, -, Common Pleas, 338.

-, -, Concordatums, 338; exceedings of, 274, 275.

-, -, Exchequer, 338.

-, -, -, French or Huguenot pensions in, 54, 78, 83, 89, 93, 94, 95, 112, 155, 168, 169, 177, 234, 310, 337, 338, 345, 357, 396, 433, 434, 435, 436, 437; for the names of see Subject Index—(Pensions).

-, -, Incidents, 338.

-, -, King's Bench, 338.

-, -, Pensions omitted from, 396.

-, -, pensions and perpetuities on, (English), 112, 118, 307, 318, 326, 338, 341, 356, 395, 410, 433–437.

-, -, Sergeant at Arms, omission of, salary of, 396.

-, -, State officers of, 338.

-, -, Military and half-pay etc. See Subject Index—Army (Ireland) and for the names, see Subject Index (Pensions).

-, Forfeited Lands, Act for, 11 William III, c. 2, sale of, 48; commissioners of, 301.

-, -, Army debentures charged on, 53, 238, for transports, 386.

-, -, discoveries of, in 1641, 106, 328, 369, 397.

-, -, in, grants of leases, 49, 220, 327, 369; by Charles II, 131, 283.

-, -, loss to the King of Quit Rents by Act 11/12 William III, c. 2 for sale of, 272.

-, -, rewards for discoveries of, 106, 273, 328, 369, 397.

-, frauds on the King, 85, 306.

-, French church, minister of, 433.

-, French Regiments and officers in, 90, and see Subject Index, Army (Huguenot).

-, French Protestants in, 83.

-, Government of, 70.

-, King in, 216.

-, King's Librarian in. See Bouhereau, E.

-, lands, certificates of, arrears as by 11/12 William c. 2, 53.

-, -, forfeited, and Army debentures on. See Ireland, Forfeited.

-, linen and hemp, encouraging manufacture of, 72, 295.

-, liveries. See Ireland (Office of Arms).

-, Lord Chancellor of, 72, 74, 78, 292, and see Methuen, John.

-, Lords Justices of, 53, 69, 72, 74, 79, 89, 118, 131, 140, 141, 142, 151, 152, 155, 158, 168, 177, 190, 202, 210, 220, 226, 231, 234, 240, 263, 274, 275, 277, 279, 280, 281, 282, 295, 297, 299, 312, 318, 320, 327.

-, -, allowances to till arrival of Lord Lieutenant, 244; salaries, 274.

-, Lord Lieutenant or Chief Governor of, 72, 74, 78, 95, 106, 114, 210, 274, 292, 326, 327, 356, 369, 386, 391, 395, 396, 397, 410, 419, 421, 430, and see Rochester, Earl of.

-, -, Canopies of State for Presence Chamber and Dining Room of, 391.

-, -, Chapel of, furniture for, 322.

-, -, coach of state for, free export of, 353.

-, -, equipage for, 87, 310, 318; free export of to Dublin, 330, 353.

-, -, fees out of Wool licences, 69.

-, -, liveries detailed for, 327.

-, -, salary of, 274.

-, matters concerning, debated before the Treasury, 83.

-, Mint in, proposal for erection of, 71, 72, 74, 272, 292.

-, money and exchange. See Ireland—Currency.

-, Office of Arms, Athlone Pursuivant, liveries for, 327, 391; Ulster King, liveries for, 327, 391.

-, Officers of State, 338; liveries for, 84, 391.

-, Parks, Chaces and Woods in, Chief Ranger of, Fownes, William, 151.

-, Parliament, Act of, for additional Duty on Tobacco, 263.

-, -, officers of, 78.

-, Phoenix Park, Ranger of. See Fownes, W. and Petty, Henry.

-, private estate of James II in, rent of, 315.

-, Protestants in. See Ireland (French).

-, Quit rents in, 42, 131, 202, 210, 240, 272.

-, Receiver General of, 74.

-, reducing of, 225, ships employed in, 160.

-, Revenue Commissioners of, 28, 42, 106, 112, 174, 234, 239, 273, 328, 399, 416, 419; accounts of, 275; delinquent collectors of, 239.

-, -, farm arrears, 59.

-, -, farmer of. See Stanyon, Laurence.

-, -, incidents, 338; accounts of, 275.

-, -, old farm of, dispute amongst surviving farmers, 73.

-, -, payment for Ordnance out of, to Ordnance in England, 366.

-, scarcity of specie in, 74.

-, seizure of coins in transportation to, 258.

-, Serjeant at Arms, salary of, 396.

-, Serjeant at Law. See Neave, W.

-, shipping horses to the battalions in Holland from, 87, 310, 350.

-, Sick and Wounded. See Sick and Wounded Quarters. Seamen, Hospital for, governor of. See Venner, Col. S.

-, small money in, shortage of. See Ireland—Currency.

-, Solicitor General of, 79. And see Brodrick, Allan.

-, Transport service, debentures on forfeited lands in Ireland, 386.

-, Treasury of, Quit rents paid into, 210.

-, -, refund to, 279.

-, trumpeters, rich liveries for, 391.

-, Ulster King of Arms. See Office of Arms.

-, undisposed lands. See Ireland, forfeited lands in.

-, Vice-Treasurer of. See Anglesea, Earl of. Deputy to. See Bellingham, Sir D.

Ireland, —, Mistress, starcher to the King, 447.

-, Mrs. Dorothy, sempstress to Queen Mary, 401.

-, Frances, Queen Mary's charity to, 405.

-, Jane, sempstress of the King's linen, 412.

Ireton, Germain, an Agent for Taxes, salary of, 121, 122, 232.

Irish moneys. See Ireland (Currency).

Ironmonger, Katherine, poor pensioner to Queen Mary, 406.

Irwyn, Jerard, Quartermaster, half pay on Irish Establishment, 438.

-, Samuel, Lieut., half pay on Irish Establishment, 438.

Isaac, Sir Charles, attending King in Holland, 286.

Isaacson, George, landwaiter London port, 316.

-, James, a Commissioner for Stamps, salary of, 157.

Isarne, —, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 437.

Isle of Ely. See Ely, Isle of.

-, Man. See Man, Isle of.

-, Wight. See Wight, Isle of.

Isles, — Des, French pensioner on Irish Establishment, 434.

Ittersome, Ernest Henry, Page of Honour, annuity to, 227, 291.

Itterson, Robert, Page of Honour, pension to, 49, 227.

Ivatt (Ivat), Anthony, joiner to the Mint, 4, 6, 9.