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'Index of Persons and Places: H', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 18: 1703 (1936), pp. 531-538. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=84333 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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Hachten (Hacklen, Hatten), Lawrence van, captain of the Company of Invalids at Greenwich, 220, 230.

Haffenden, Jacob, lease of lands in Kent, 345.

Haggerston, Ralph, army pensioner, royal bounty for, 26, 214.

Hague
-, The, English church at, royal bounty or pension for, 213
-, Society of French Gentlewomen at, royal bounty or pension for, 214, 371
-, Will. III's letters from Spain, Germany, etc., to, payment of postage on, 474.

Hainault Walk. See Waltham Forest.

Hale, Cha., a proprietor of the Milled Lead Work at Deptford, 299.

-, Thomas, a proprietor of the Milled Lead Work at Deptford, 299.

Hales, Edward, master of the Susanna and Margaret, 147, 161.

Half Moon upon Hudson River, Albany, fort at, 256.

Halifax
-, co. York, Calico Hall, 210
-, petition of the Vicar, etc., of the parish church for the Queen's bounty towards rebuilding the vicarage, 210.

Halifax, Lord. See Montagu, C.

Hall, —, concerning Imprest Rolls, 49, 54.

-, -, issue to, 97.

-, Elizabeth, deputy housekeeper of the Excise Office, 11, 128.

-, Michael, compounding of Salt Duty debt, 239, 429, 452.

-, Thomas, Chief Clerk of the Mint, 22, 180, 339.

-, -, Cashier of Excise, 128, 148, 479.

-, Urban, a Commissioner for the importation of pitch and tar for the Navy, 58, 302, 359
-, allowance for commission, 37, 247

-, William, deputy housekeeper of the Excise Office, 128.

Hallett
-, Roger, a Page of the Removing Wardrobe, 68, 73, 352, 378
-, riding charges of, 73, 378.

Halley, Edmund, payment for going to Vienna and Buccari upon a special service relating to the Navy, 288.

Halsey, Thomas, executor of T. Henshaw, Secretary of the French Tongue, 11.

Hamburg, Hamborough, Resident at. See Rycaut, Sir P.

Rix Dollars transmitted to, 62, 65
-, bank money of, 357, 428.

ship seized at, 347.

Hamilton, Andrew, ensign, half-pay allowance stopped, 125.

-, Anne, Duchess of Hamilton, coheir of the Earl of Macclesfield, 290.

-, Dame Eliz., pension for, 213.

-, Frederick, brigadier, Royal Regiment of Foot of Ireland of, 330, 483, 484.

-, George, 6th Earl of Orkney, brigadier, 66, 341, 360.

-, Gustavus, brigadier, regiment of, 341, 474
-, clearings of, 25
-, offreckonings of, 450
-, ordered to the West Indies, 490
-, subsistence of, 8, 30, 102, 114, 188, 208.

-, James, 5th Duke of Hamilton, coheir of the Earl of Macclesfield, 290.

-, William, captain, half-pay allowance stopped, 126.

-, -, ensign, half-pay allowance stopped, 126.

Hammond, James, one of the waiters, boatmen and tidesmen at Llanstephan, 210.

Hampton Court, co. Middlesex, bargeway, 351, 432.

churchwardens of, 212.

Court at, travelling charges of servants of the Royal Household, 19, 279.

Fountain Garden, works in, 76, 357.

furniture removed from Whitehall to, 227.

Gardens assessment on, 271
-, works in, 259, 270, 323

House Park Bowling Green, 278
-, Farras Close, 279
-, fencing and paling in, 278
-, repairs in, 278, 279
-, Stud Stable, additional building to, 278
-, works in, 279.

Jockey Park brick bridge over the river, building a new, 278
-, Great Avenue, 278
-, lodges, building two new, 278
-, repairs in, 278
-, works in, 279
-, Land Tax for, collectors of, 268.

Middle Park lodge stable, 255
-, two underkeepers' lodges in, repair of, 255

New Park, repairs in, 278, 279.

Order in Council dated at, 330, 344, 351, 374, 385.

Palace clerk for reading prayers at. See Cawthorne, R.
-, Great Staircase at, painting of, 47, 110, 268
-, Guard House in, 181
-, Her Majesty's Withdrawing Room at, painting of, 491
-, silver plate for, 296
-, velvet bed at, taken to Kensington, 410.

Park land enclosed in, 212
-, Land Tax assessment on, 268

poor of, pension for, 212.

Queen's House, Land Tax assessment on, 268.

Queen's Meadows closure of passage for horses to draw barges between the Thames and, and increase of charges for using a more convenient way, 131, 147
-, fencing and paling of, 68, 351, 432
-, grazing of horses or cows on land adjoining forbidden, 109.

rector of, pension for, in lieu of tithes, 212, 470.

stud at, fencing of, to protect mares and colts, 351.

Stud Master at, house built for, 111, 275.

Taxes for, collectors of, 271.

Handasyde
-, (Handaside) Thomas, colonel, Lieutenant Governor of Jamaica, 149
-, gold and silver mines in Jamaica granted to, 211, 336, 344
-, regiment of, in the West Indies, 93, 368, 474.

Haneffe, Hanneff, Belgium, camp at, 301.

Hanmer, Edward, of Wrexham, journey to Ruthyn, 284.

-, John, waiter and searcher at South Shields, 206.

Hanover
-, Elector of, Garter for, 416
-, Envoy Extraordinary to the Court of. See Finch, C., Earl of Winchilsea
-, Hanoverians comprised in the British contingent for the war with France, 33
-, treaty with, great seal to be affixed to, 476.

Hanse Towns, Resident with. See Wych, J.

Hanvile, Richard, tidesman at Bristol port, 480.

Hara, Sir Charles, colonel, 95.

court martial of, 432.

pay of, 431, 432.

regiment of Fusiliers of levy money for recruits, 20, 152, 450
-, men detached out of, 169, 450
-, respits on, 490.

Harbinger, H. See Jones, H.

Harbord, James, accounts of office of, 20.

-, William, Paymaster of the Army in Ireland (in 1689), 260.

Harcourt
-, Simon, Clerk for the Crown in the Crown Office in the Court of Queen's Bench, 335, 417 bis
-, Clerk of the Peace, co. Middlesex, 251
-, Secondary in the Crown Office in the Court of Queen's Bench, 251.

Harcourt
-, Sir Simon, Solicitor General, 63, 64, 330, 447
-, salary of, 218, 425.

Hardness. See Dartmouth.

Hardwick, Ralph, lease of Arkengarthdale alias New Forest, co. York, 368.

-, Thomas, Queen's waiter, London port, to be landsurveyor, 267.

Hardy, Sir Thomas, commander of the Pembroke, 274.

Hare, John, Rouge Dragon Pursuivant, 350.

Haren, [Willem] van, present of her Majesty's picture for, 399.

Harlackenden, Catherine, pension of, 472.

Harlech, Harleigh, Castle, Constable of. See Eyre, N.

Harleigh. See Harlech.

Harley
-, Edward, an Auditor of Imprests, 10, 22, 35, 42, 90, 180, 184, 222, 234, 243, 247, 250, 252, 278, 288, 290, 305, 332, 338, 360, 369, 431, 466
-, appointed, during his good behaviour, 111, 112
-, general deputy to. See Anstis, J.
-, salary of, 425.

-, Robert, Speaker of the House of Commons, 57, 417
-, allowance of, 165, 303, 352, 458
-, jewel plate delivered to as, 274, 300
-, steward for the lordship of Presteigne, 417.

-, Thomas, 10.

Harman, —, children of, pension for, 213.

Harnage
-, Richard, a clothier of Col. Villiers' regiment, 149
-, proposal for clothing the army, 391.

Harris, —, captain, payment to, 68, 220.

-, Daniel, extraordinary tidesman, London port, appointed tidesman in the inferior list, 387.

-, Eliz., pension for, 215.

-, Hector, prohibited goods taken for a debt, 106.

-, Henry, payment for seals, 433.

-, -, Yeoman of the Revels, 262, 375.

-, Jonathan, Receiver of arrears of Taxes for London, Middlesex and Westminster, 296, 299.

-, Philip, administrator to the Duchess of Mazarin, 469.

-, Spicer, surveyor at Hoylake, to command the yacht for boarding ships, 161.

Harrison, James, ensign, half-pay allowance stopped, 125.

-, Sir Robert, Receiver General of Taxes for the county, university and city of Oxford, 151.

-, [W.], proclamation for discovering the murderers of, 462.

Harry, Edmund, collector at Penryn, to be collector at Falmouth, 392.

Harsnett, Hugh, riding surveyor at Lymington, 161.

Hart, —, payment to, 63.

Hartington, Marchioness of. See Cavendish, Rachel.

Harvey
-, Daniel, brigadier, Regiment of Horse of, clearings of, 377
-, halfpay for reformed officers of, 160, 220
-, issue for saddles and other accoutrements, 419
-, payment for horses, 442
-, subsistence of, 419, 441, 476.

-, -, lease of premises in Mortlake for manufacture of tapestry, 241.

-, Richard, of Fowey, lease of an estate in the manor of Fowey, 239.

-, Stephen, tidesman at Bideford, 292.

-, Thomas, incumbent of the rectory of Magdalen Laver, 319.

-, William, rent of the house where the Excise Office is kept, 74, 287, 299, 311, 374.

Harwich, co. Essex, 102, 218.

Mayor of. See Sandford, S.

recruits discharged from, 492.

ships to be sunk at, to make breakwaters, 484.

sick and lame soldiers landed at, 368, 492.

tidesman at, 429.

tidesurveyors at 366, 385, 386, 387
-, dismissed, 75, 379

Haskard (Hescard), Gregory, Dr., Dean of Windsor and Register of the Order of the Garter, 361.

Hastings, —, petition of, 26.

-, Catherine, widow of [Ferdinand], payment to, 338.

-, [Ferdinand], brigadier, 338.

-, Ferdinando Richard, captain in the Earl of Barry more's regiment, 451.

-, George, 25th Earl of Huntingdon, regiment of, 14, 114.

-, Samuel, lease of tithes in cos. Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridge, Huntingdon, Northampton and Lincoln, 249, 358, 407.

Hatten, — van. See Hachten.

Hatton, Christopher, Lord Hatton, importation of salt from Guernsey, 12.

Hautcharmoy, Henrietta de, pension of, 470.

Hauteclair, Elizabeth, pension of, 470.

Haverford West, co. Pembroke, Receiver General of Taxes. See Howell, G.

Havre de Grace, France, 301, 446.

Hawes, Richard, lease of a brewhouse in Richmond, 206, 475.

Hawgood, Thomas, payment for accoutrements for Col. Holt's regiment, 154.

Hawkins, —, estate of T. Woodward, 45, 322.

-, Joseph, tidesman at Hoylake, 182.

Hawles, Sir John, counsel for A. Rowe, 63, 64.

Hay, George, 5th Earl of Kinnoull, annuity or pension granted by Chas. II out of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty to, 79, 101, 195, 349, 430.

-, Thomas, Viscount Dupplin, pension as assignee of G. Hay, Earl of Kinnoull, 101.

Hayes, Israel, Comptroller of the Mint at Exeter, 340.

Hayford, Elizabeth, pensioner, placed on bounty list, 28.

Hayman, Henry, master of the O Porto Merchant, 171.

-, Samuel, master of the Pine Tree, 171.

Hayward, —, pension for, 214.

-, Robert, riding surveyor at Lymington, 161.

-, Sir William, royal bounty for, 52, 288.

-, -, a trustee for the sale of Fee Farm rents, 27.

Hazard, James, and Co., of London, fishmongers, deposit for duty on fish, 457.

Hazelborough Walk. See Whittlewood Forest.

Head, Ann, pension for, 213.

Headley (Headly), Henry, surety for H. Marriott, 256, 319.

-, -, arrears payable in connexion with undertaking for insuring houses from fire, 371.

Hearnes, —, to attend the Treasury, 95.

Heathcote, Sir Gilbert, of London, merchant, 461.

-, John, a Trustee for circulating Exchequer Bills, 260, 280.

Hedges, Charles, issue to, for the service of the Robes, 297.

-, Sir Charles, a Principal Secretary of State, 12, 34, 219, 230, 233, 269, 271, 295, 352, 377, 433, 476
-, house lived in by, Crown's title to, 437
-, letters patent for, 270, 280
-, patent fee of, 276, 423
-, salary of, 116, 133, 226, 347, 423
-, secret service issues for, 85, 133, 264, 295, 448.

Helford, co. Cornwall, commission for setting out the port of, 84, 87, 89, 460, 490-1.

Helsbury Park, co. Cornwall, underwoods in, 179.

Helston, co. Cornwall, merchants of, 491.

Helyar, William, sheriff of Somerset, 260.

Henderson, John, ensign, half-pay allowance stopped, 126.

Henkel, —, remittances to Lisbon, 85.

-, Abraham, remittances to Lisbon, 71.

-, Jacob, remittances to Lisbon, 71.

Henley, Roger, petition for place of supervisor or riding officer in Kent or Sussex to prevent the export of wool, 254.

Henning, —, 68.

Henry VII
-, perpetuity granted to the Corporation of Clifton Dartmouth Hardness, 226, 326, 430
-, to Cambridge University, 333.

Henry VIII
-, assignment made in the last year of, 308
-, bailiffship of the honor of Peveril granted by, 447
-, pension granted to the rector of Hampton by, 470
-, statute of, 64.

Henshaw, Thomas, Secretary of the French Tongue, 11.

Herbert, Edward, allowances of, 39.

-, James, Receiver General for Prizes, 35, 42, 166, 259, 360.

-, Joseph, messenger and preventive officer at Ravenglass, 468.

-, -, Nicholas, son of, messenger and preventive officer at Ravenglass, 468.

-, Thomas, clockmaker and watchmaker to Will. III, 68, 74, 374, 388.

-, -, 27th Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, Lord President of the Privy Council, allowance in lieu of diet, 117, 143, 227, 327, 424
-, royal bounty for, 117, 143, 227, 327, 424

Hereford
-, county of, lands in, 345
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Clark, S.
-, Matthews, T.

Hereford
-, diocese of, arrears of tenths of small rectories and vicarages in, 323, 491
-, bishop of, 323.

Herne, Lionel, cancellation of Exchequer Bills, 1, 100, 277, 349.

Hertford
-, county of, lands in, 45, 311, 381
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Peters, R.
-, sheriff of. See Blackmore, T.
-, Surveyor of the Duties on Houses and on Marriages, etc. See Coker, H.

Hervart, Philibert d', Envoy Extraordinary to the Swiss Cantons, 406, 483.

Hervey, John, Baron Hervey of Ickworth, taxes due from, 414.

Hescard. See Haskard.

Hesketh, Bartholomew, waiter at Lytham, to be tidesman at Liverpool, 445.

Heskett, John, Portcullis Pursuivant, 350.

Hesse Cassel
-, Landgrave of, subsidy to, 38, 247, 357, 410
-, troops furnished in the Low Countries for the war with France, 33, 34.

Hester
-, William, ratkiller to the Queen, 209
-, livery for, 358.

Heswitz, monsieur. See Nitzschwitz, Baron von.

Hewer, William, accounts relating to the affairs of Tangier, 162.

Hewett (Hewet, Hewitt), Sir John, baronet, gift from the Queen at the christening of his child, 491.

-, Rob., Auditor General to the Queen Dowager, 303.

-, Thomas, Surveyor General of Woods, Trent North, 4, 109, 138, 154, 164, 272, 298, 346, 457, 493
-, fee or salary of, 263, 455

Hewston, George, lieutenant, half-pay allowance stopped, 125.

Hext, Amias, pension of, 261, 444.

Heysom, Robert, tidesman and porter at Lancaster, dismissed, 234.

Hide. See Hyde.

Highmore, Thomas, Serjeant Painter, 241.

Highsham, —, remitter of exchange money, 62.

Hildesley, Katha., pension for, 214.

Hill, —, payment to, 192.

-, Abigail, a Woman of the Bedchamber, 101, 218, 312, 414.

-, Anthony, tidesman in fee at Plymouth, 429.

-, Jane, widow of Lieut. John, Queen's Bounty not granted, 27, 39, 50.

-, John, lieutenant, killed at Vigo, 50.

-, -, tidesman at Topsham, 314.

-, Richard, Envoy Extraordinary to the Duke of Savoy, 98, 461, 478, 483, 484, 489.

-, -, Latin Secretary, 176, 262, 333, 427.

-, -, the Hon., tenant of the Pump House, Richmond Palace, 170, 206, 475.

-, [Robert], major, pension of, 472
-, discontinued, 39, 68

Hills, Gillham, payment for printing Acts of Parliament, etc., 444.

Hind, —, Hearthmoney accounts, 64.

Hindmarsh, Richard, bound with M. Taylor, 133.

Hispaniola
-, gold and silver taken from wrecks on the north side of, grant of, 362
-, royalty on, 362.

Hitheridge, William, extraordinary tidesman, London port, appointed tidesman in the inferior list, 387.

Hoare, James, a commissioner for making halfpence and farthings, 369.

Hobard, William, payment to children of, for discovery of seizure of lustrings and alamodes, 80.

Hobson, Charles, purveyor of the Works, 332.

Hodges, Charles, [Groom of the Robes], 40, 57, 244.

-, James, payment to, out of secret service, 71.

Hodgson, John, tidesman, inferior list, London port, 383.

Hodkinton, John, ensign, half-pay allowance stopped, 126.

Hodroyd, Hodrod, co. York, 453.

Hodsdon, John, tidesman, inferior list, London port, 112.

Hog, —, information concerning imported French wines, 246.

Hogbin, William, of Kent, fined for not entering shorn wool, 318.

Holbech
-, William, [Surveyor of the Duties on Houses and on Marriages, etc., co. Devon], 415, 451, 456
-, form proposed by for making Returns, 109
-, frauds discovered by, 145
-, frauds of, 61, 63, 66, 67
-, payment to, 80.

Holland, 7, 15, 59.

Army in. See Index of Subjects —Army, in the Low Countries.

Dutch church [in London], pension for, 213.

Dutch Forces quota to the allied fighting force for the war with France, 33
-, increase of, 33.

collector of Excise and malt and leather duties arrested in, 165.

Duke of Marlborough in barrel of ale sent for the use of, 186
-, livery for two trumpets to attend, 154
-, messenger to attend. See Collins, G.
-, sealing of goods and baggage, 16.

lace and muslin brought illegally from, 319.

native of, royal bounty for, 187.

ships bound to embargo taken off, 135, 148, 170
-, merchant, of, taken as prize, 231
-, salvage of, 274
-, trading from Ireland to, to call only at ports mentioned in Order of Council, 149, 300.

States General of the United Provinces 247
-, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to. See Churchill, J., Duke of Marlborough
-, Stanhope, A.
-, Envoy of Tripoli to. See Pinchas, B.
-, first war between Charles II and, 244
-, treaty with, for augmentation of Forces for the war with France, 33
-, silver box for the great seal to be affixed to the treaty with, 377.

Holland, Isabella, sister of [Jervis], 325.

-, [Jervis], captain in Lord Shannon's regiment, 325.

-, Roger, lieutenant, half-pay allowance stopped, 126.

-, Thomas, clerk, chaplain at Bermuda, transportation charges, 172.

Holles, John, 3rd Duke of Newcastle, Lord Warden of Sherwood Forest, 4, 39, 109, 154, 298, 346.

Holmes, Henry, lease of the Tilt Yard and Walsingham Garden, 104, 320.

-, Nicholas, ensign, half-pay allowance stopped, 125.

-, Sir Robert, the Tilt Yard and Walsingham Garden leased to, in 1672, 104.

-, Thomas, established watchman, London port, 445.

Holmfrith Walk or Wood. See Waltham Forest.

Holmwood, Edward, lease of a tenement at Richmond, 361.

Holstein Bec, Duchess of, pension of, 472.

Holstein Gottorp, Duke of, treaty with, for furnishing two Regiments of Dragoons and two Regiments of Foot in the Low Countries, 34, 35.

Holt
-, co. Denbigh, Little Park at, 339
-, pools at, 339.

Holt, Eliz., petition for remission of debt of James, her late husband, 211.

-, Henry, colonel, marine regiment of, accoutrements furnished for, 154
-, clearings of, 179, 265
-, clothier of, 149
-, offreckonings of, 265
-, respits on, 5, 110
-, subsistence of, 146, 179, 245, 486
-, Regiment of Dragoons at Portsmouth, 292
-, regiment in the West Indies, 109, 193, 206.

-, James, a letter carrier in the Post Office, 211.

-, Richard, Comptroller General of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty, 195, 200.

-, Rowland, Comptroller General of the Accounts of the Customs, 219, 224, 232, 291, 348.

Homefright Walk or Wood. See Waltham Forest.

Homme, Noel 1', master of the Eagle and Crown, 405.

Homrigh, [Bartholomew] van, provisions for Kilmainham Hospital, 449.

Honyman, —, chaplain going to New York, passage money for, 192.

Hook, Henry, Lieutenant Governor of Plymouth, 174.

Hookes, John, underclerk attending the House of Commons, 188.

Hooper, Daniel, searcher at St. Austin's Hole, Barbados, 387.

-, Robert Lettice, searcher at St. Austin's Hole, Barbados, 387.

Hopkins, Joshua, waiter and searcher at Faversham, 429.

-, Thomas, Comptroller of the Salt Duties, 168.

Hopson, Charles, joiner, 464.

-, Edward, captain, commander of the Mary, 480.

-, Sir Thomas, in the action at Vigo, 480.

Horne, George, junior, lease of lands in Gladestry, 144.

Horseman, Edward, lease of lands at Hodroyd, 453.

Horsham
-, co. Sussex, 250
-, gaol, 164.

Horton, —, a clipper, estate of, 27.

-, Hugh, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Buckingham, 150.

Hosier, —, 283, 300.

-, George, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Salop, 151, 445.

-, -, custodiam lease of lands in Denbigh and Montgomery, 359.

-, Richard, Inspector of Fines and Forfeitures, 325.

Hospitall, Susanne de la, pension of, 471.

Houblon, Abraham, Governor of the Bank of England, 79, 392, 397.

-, Sir John, disposal of tin contracts, 416.

Houlder, George, pension for, 213.

Houlker, John, tidesman, superior list, London port, 445.

How. See Howe.

Howard, Charles, 4th Earl of Carlisle, Ambassador to Sweden, return of jewel plate, 273.

-, -, 6th Earl of Carlisle, Deputy Earl Marshal of England, 351
-, grant of estate of Sir J. Fenwick, 11, 154

-, Edward, pension for, 215.

-, Lodowick, army pensioner, royal bounty for, 26, 214.

-, Philip, colonel, advances made to by Sir T. Cuddon, 73
-, royal bounty for, 75, 215

-, Sir Robert, a former Auditor of the Receipt, 54
-, a Farmer of the Post Fines, 311

-, Samuel, Surveyor and Inspector of the Duties on Houses and on Marriages, co. Southampton, 420, 422.

-, Thomas, 2nd Earl of Berkshire, Farmer of the Post Fines, 311.

Howe
-, (How) Emanuel Scroop, colonel, a Commissioner for Prizes, 315, 371
-, Lieutenant and Keeper of the Forests of Alice Holt and Woolmer, 187.

-, John, Paymaster of the Guards and Garrisons, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 30, 32, 43, 44, 48, 65, 74, 78, 80, 85, 86, 90, 95, 98, 103, 161, 163, 165, 169, 181, 209, 253, 292, 450, 453, 474, 488, 490.

clerks of, 6.

incidents, allowance for, 120.

issues to, 8, 13, 14, 16, 19, 20, 24, 31, 32, 41, 49, 69, 90, 94, 96, 98, 102, 112, 114, 137, 152, 158, 160, 186, 208, 220, 223, 229, 230, 251, 263, 323, 338, 342, 359, 421, 436, 448, 454, 459, 470, 476, 482, 485, 489.

loans by 342, 482
-, issue out of, 16

New Year's gifts to officers and clerks of the Exchequer and of the Treasury Chamber, 120.

orders on the Aids in the name of to attend at the Exchequer to register, 155
-, orders on the Subsidies, interest on, 381, 403, 430

payments by, 13, 32, 49, 69, 78, 86, 102, 105, 152, 194, 230, 282, 301, 305, 323, 342, 359, 373, 406, 411, 421, 431, 436, 448, 451, 454, 476, 485, 489.

salary of, 120.

under officers and clerks, allowance for, 120.

weekly certificate of receipt and issue of money required, 133.

-, -, Commissioner of Chelsea Hospital, 6
-, Treasurer and Paymaster of Chelsea Hospital, 120
-, deputy to, 120. See also Fry, T.

Howell (Howells), George, Receiver General of Taxes for cos. Cardigan, Carmarthen, Glamorgan, Pembroke and town of Haverford West, 151, 474.

-, Stephen, assault on, 232.

Howse
-, John, lease of lands in Wrexham and Holt, 339
-, of lands called Coed Maddock, 402
-, valuation of lease of lands, 330.

Hoy, Thomas, Dr., Professor of Physic, Oxford University, pension for, 173, 258.

Hoylake
-, co. Chester, boatman at, 161, 182
-, surveyor at, to command the yacht for boarding ships, 161
-, tidesmen at, 161, 182.

Hubac, Catherine d', pension of, 470.

-, Mary d', pension of, 470.

Hubbald, William, Paymaster of the Train of Artillery in Ireland, 248, 345.

Huddleston, —, son of Andrew, collector of Carlisle, 178.

-, Andrew, petition of, 178.

Hudson, Richard, master of the Dixwell tender, imprisoned in the Marshalsea, 307, 351, 463.

Hudsons Bay
-, Governor and Company of, yearly acknowledgment of two black beavers, etc., due to the Crown by the, 200
-, proprietors of, arrears of rent due from, 254.

Hudsons River
-, goods carried up, customs on, 435
-, Half Moon upon. See Half Moon.

Hughes, John, payment for discovering derelict wines and brandies, 317.

Hull
-, (Kingston-on-Hull)co. York, 30
-, boatmen at, 468
-, landwaiter at, 267
-, removal of embargo on ships bound to Holland, 148
-, tidesman at, 129.

Huls (Hulse), William van, Clerk of the Wardrobe of Robes and Wardrobes of Beds, 7, 184, 216.

Humber, River, derelict lands left by, 5, 304.

Hume, —, account of all payments made in the Offices for payment of Annuities, 109.

-, Peter, Yeoman of the Removing Wardrobe, 19, 123, 142, 236, 251, 274, 384, 417.

Humphreys (Humfrys), Robert, executors of, accounts of Alienation Office, 103.

-, Thomas, payment for pumping the [Post Office] well, 474.

Hunt, Arabella, pension for, 213.

-, John, tidesurveyor, London port, to be Customs inspector of the river Thames, 314.

Hunter, Robert, merchant in the city of London, Customs debt, 190, 238.

Huntingdon
-, county of, lands in, 407
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Douse, W.
-, Jeay, W.

Huntingdon, Earl of. See Hastings, G.

Huntington, Mary, widow of Robert, payment to, out of the profits of the bishopric of Raphoe, 118.

-, Robert, Dr., bishop of Raphoe, 118.

Hunton, John, surety of A. Briggs, 153, 278.

Hurler, —, lease of coal mines at Stratton-super-Fosse, 46.

Husband, Thomas, debt due to, 166.

Husbands, Richard, of London, merchant, surety of J. Evans, 342.

Hussey, Sarah, pension for, 214.

Hutchinson, Richard, Receiver General and Cashier of Customs, 145.

Hutton, Matthew, Serjeant-at-Arms, 332, 424.

-, Thomas, Serjeant-at-Arms, 150, 173, 262.

Huxtable, John, boatman at Ilfracombe, 248.

Hyde
-, (Hide) Edward, Viscount Cornbury, Governor of New York, 139, 163, 216, 235, 345, 354
-, Governor of East and West New Jersey, 216
-, petition for grant of mines and minerals in Ulster and Albany, 175, 190, 207, 282, 289.

-, Henry, 2nd Earl of Clarendon, 69, 98, 415
-, pension for, out of secret service, 31, 91, 99, 462-3

-, Jane (Jean), Lady Hyde, a Lady of the Bedchamber, 101, 218, 312, 414.

-, John, of London, merchant, 161.

-, Lawrence, 4th Earl of Rochester, Keeper of New Park, Richmond, 172, 262, 427
-, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 8, 9, 118, 134, 138
-, Lord Treasurer (1685-6), 42, 48, 49, 54, 252
-, clerk to. See Nutting, —
-, trustee for the Duke of St. Albans, 350.

-, Thomas, and his wife, pension not renewed, 25.

-, -, tidesman at Harwich, 429.

Hythe, co. Kent, 386.