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'Index of Persons and Places: H, I', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 21: 1706-1707 (1952), pp. 570-579. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90502 Date accessed: 31 July 2014.


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Hagedoorn, —, colonel, regiment of foot, state of pay, 385, 387.

Hague, The, 96, 289, 372;

Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at. See Stepney, G.;

Resident at. See Dayrolle, J.

Haley, Henry, a Moneyer of the Mint, 354 bis.

Halfpenny, Bernard, [clerk of the enrolments in the Alienation Office], 252.

Halifax, co. York, Excise riding collector of. See Harrison, G.

Halifax, Lord. See Montagu, C.

Hall, —, Navy pitch and tar, 11, 137.

-, Ezekiel, of London, merchant, 75.

-, George, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Salop, 101.

-, Ralph, boatman's mate, Newcastle port, dismissed, 100.

-, Thomas, [Wardrobe keeper at Windsor Castle], 414.

Hallet, Roger, Page of the Removing Wardrobe, 222.

Hallungius (Hallongius), John, accounts of J. van der Esch, 23, 25, 27, 174–5, 392.

Halsall, James, heirs of, payment to, 357.

Ham, Thomas, rebuilding the parish church of Porchester, 114.

Hamburg, 57, 340;

linen, 146;

Resident at. See Wych, J.

Hamil or Hamill, William, royal bounty for, 36, 309.

Hamilton, —, colonel, foot regiment, 123.

-, .-, major general, 531.

-, Agnes, relict and executrix of Andrew, petition of, 88;

salary and charges of the Post in N. America, 282–3.

-, Alexander, Agent for Prizes at Jamaica, 299;

Commissioner to enquire of embezzlement of Prizes, 318.

-, Andrew, deputy for Post Offices in N. America, 88, 282–3.

-, Fr., merchant, of Scotland, signatory to a petition, 370.

-, Frederick, and partners, masters of sugar works at Glasgow, petition of, 463.

-,-, colonel [foot] regiment of, in Ireland, 124.

-, George, 6th Earl of Orkney, salary of the governor of Virginia, 439.

-, Gustavus, major general [foot] regiment of, agent to, memorial of, 144;

arrears, 177;

in Ireland, 125;

respits for, 17.

-, Hans, [colonel], foot regiment of, lately arrived from Spain, 360;

officers of, subsistence for, 427;

offreckonings for, 22;

raising men, 360, 361;

subsistence for, 427, 480.

-, Lord George, [foot] regiment of in Ireland, 125.

-, Robert, master of the Bon Accord of Leith, 415.

-, Tho., merchant, of Scotland, signatory to a petition, 370.

-, Walter, Lieutenant Governor of St. Christopher, salary, 245, 514.

Hamilton-Moore, Henry, 3rd Earl of Drogheda, [foot] regiment of, in Ireland, 124.

Hammond, Alexander, midshipman of the Worcester, compensation to, 407.

Hamond, John, payment to, 249.

Hampton Court, co. Middlesex, 374, 516.

Bushy Park, Bushey Park, deer, hay for, 303;

keeper of. See Fitzroy, C, Duke of Grafton.

Chase, lieutenant and keeper of. See Young, W.

collectors of land tax for, accounts, 90.

Company of Invalids quartered at, 483.

gamekeepers, liveries for, 133, 485.

gardens, keeper of. See English, J.;

land taken into, 90;

works done at, 213, 252.

gardens and fountains, mains and pipes for, 450.

House Park, underkeepers of. See Bernard, J.;

Garaway, C.

Manor of, bailiff of. See Young, W.;

steward and feodary of. See Young, W.

mansion house, keeper of. See English, J.

mews, repairs done to, 518.

Middle Park, deer in, hay for, 38, 246, 333.

keeper of. See Progers, E.

moletaker at. See Progers, E.

Hare Warren, keeper of. See Progers, E.

repairs in, 38, 246, 333.

officers, fees and allowances, 507.

orchards, 303.

parks, lands laid into, taxes and parish duties on, 190, 518;

timber delivered out of to the Navy, 484;

works done in, 213, 252.

Privy Garden, 450.

Hanbury, John, memorial of, employment as a Justice of Wales, 11, 26;

keepership of Cotton House and Library, 26, 102, 504.

-, William, disbursements for repair of Cotton Library, 104;

purchase of Cotton House, 314.

Hand, Thomas, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Derby, 101.

Handasyde (Handaside), [Thomas], colonel or brigadier, Governor of Jamaica, 88, 209.

[foot] regiment of, arrival in Jamaica, 327.

clearings, 92, 270, 271.

clothing, 327–8, 408.

companies, augmentation of, 327.

in Jamaica, 88, 130, 408, 417.

men for, transported, 498;

carried to Jamaica, 338.

muster rolls, 326–7.

offreckonings, 327–8.

recruits, pay for, 196.

respits, 17, 93, 130, 143, 408.

subsistence for, 134, 220, 417.

Handmore. See Hanmer.

Hanmer (Handmore), Sir John, [foot] regiment of, 123, 125.

Hannakin, —, an informer, 95.

Hannon, James, prosecuted for corresponding with France, 316.

Hanover, 372;

Elector of, Ambassador Extraordinary and Envoy Extraordinary to. See Howe, E. S.;

troops of, 26, 127, 170, 178, 235.

Hanse Towns, The, Resident with. See Wych, J.

Hanshaw. See Henshaw.

Harbord, Charles, 443 [sic William].

-, William, deceased, late Paymaster of the Forces in Ireland, 275, 388, 487.

Harcourt (Hartcourt), Sir Simon, 294;

Attorney General, 29, 236, 247, 369, 408, 410, 415, 428, 434, 437, 438, 442, 460, 461, 464, 504, 505, 510, 518;

Solicitor General, 97, 310, 510.

-, Simon, clerk for the Crown in the Court of Queen's Bench, 60 [sic Richard], 373.

Hare, John, Collector of taxes at East Greenwich, prosecuted, 316.

Harison. See Harrison.

Harlackenden. See Herlackenden.

Harley, Edward, an Auditor of Imprests, 6, 31, 64, 76, 78, 87, 124, 133, 154, 160, 180, 187, 207, 223, 237, 238, 272, 305, 359, 374, 376, 388, 392, 393, 395, 459.

-, Robert, Secretary of State [for the North], 8, 59, 98, 104, 108, 136, 148, 152, 160, 169, 194, 220, 227, 308, 316, 318, 341, 417, 429, 464, 511;

letters patent for his appointment, 365;

secret service issues to, 8, 108, 169, 324, 435, 515;

21st Earl of Oxford and Lord High Treasurer (in 1711), 112.

Harman and Co., bills of, 85.

Harnage, [George], lieutenant in the Marine regiment of the Marquess of Carmarthen, 153.

-, Richard. clothier, 104, 279, 298, 300, 337, 452, 480.

Harrington, Robert, tidesman, London port, dismissed, 189.

Harris, [Edmund], lieutenant in the first Marine regiment, executors of, payment to, 287.

-, Henry, Yeoman of the Revels, executors of, payment to, 60.

-, Philip, her Majesty's locksmith, petition of, 530.

-, Robt., master of the Vive, 415.

-, Walter, doctor, physician in ordinary to the late King, salary, 441.

Harrison (Harison), —, a clothier, 156.

-, Benj[amin], [a member of the Council of Virginia], 201.

-, George, Excise riding collector of Halifax, ordered to Scotland, 273.

-, J., cases of reformed officers, 439.

-, Ralph, Comptroller at Boston, New England, 268.

-, [Sir Richard], East India Company's bonds, 49.

-, Sir Robert, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Oxford, 279.

Hartcourt. See Harcourt.

Hartington, Marchioness of. See Cavendish, Rachael.

Hartop or Hartopp, Peter, deputy paymaster of the Forces with Earl Rivers, 4, 59, 69, 85.

Harvey, (Hervey), —, regiment of, 73.

-, [Daniel], major general, Horse regiment of, 22.

-, Edward, sheriff of co. Buckingham, accounts, 344.

-, Sir Job, late of Aldenham, baronetcy fee, 142.

-, Stephen, second justice of Merioneth, Carnarvon and Anglesey, fees or salary, 97, 119, 342;

death of, 342.

Harwich, co. Essex, 319;

Agent for Droits and Perquisites of Admiralty at. See Meadows, R.;

boatman at. See King, T.;

Phillips, J.;

lighthouses near, lease of, 241–2, 451.

Harwood, John, Surveyor of duties on Houses for the city of London, 101.

Hascard (Heskard), [Gregory], doctor, Register of the Order of the Garter, 328.

Hastings, —, 532.

-, Ferdinando, brigadier, foot regiment of, 124.

Haswell, co. Durham, 192.

Hatley, Jonathan, merchant, delivery of wine bonds, 422.

-, John, citizen and haberdasher of London, 84, 357.

Hatton, Sir Christopher, warden, chief forester, etc. of Salcey Forest, 190.

Haverford West, co. Pembroke, lordship of, 287;

Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Howells, G.

Havering atte Bower, co. Essex, manor of, 127, 295.

Hawes, —, ledger of Sir E. Seymour, 33.

-, William, lease of lands in co. Glamorgan, 112.

Hawkshaw, John, Agent for Prizes at Dublin, 242.

Hay, George, 5th Earl of Kinnoull, annuity to, 152, 322.

-, Thomas, Viscount Dupplin (afterwards 7th Earl of Kinnoull), assignee of George late Earl of Kinnoull, annuity to, 152, 322.

-, William, merchant, of Scotland, signatory to a petition, 370.

-, See also Hoy.

Haylin (Heylyn), John, clothier, annuity assigned to, 103, 307.

Hayward, —, Excise officer at Newcastle, ordered to Scotland, 273.

-, Thomas, tidesman, London port, 237.

Heard, Joan, purveyor of meat, payment to, 440.

Heath, William, lease of Acklam manor, 177.

-,-, et al., petition of, Navy bills, 33, 352.

Heathcote (Heathcot), Sir Gilbert, brother of Josiah, payment to, 145;

contract for remitting money to Jamaica, 88;

loans to the Emperor of Germany, 110;

uniting the two East India Companies, 44, 49, 50.

-, John, a Trustee for circulating Exchequer Bills, 278, 305.

-, Josiah, hire of a storehouse at Port Royal, 145;

letter for, 14.

Hebberd. See Hibberd.

Hebburne, —, physician to the Earl of Peterborough, pay for, 93.

Hedges, Sir Charles, annuity to, 488–9, 512;

a Secretary of State, 98, 117, 136, 157, 193, 194, 334;

letter of, 120;

secret service issues to, 4, 87, 194.

Helburne, John, Collector, Newcastle port, 100.

Helden, John, Collector of St. Christopher, 188.

Helker, Jelles, master of the Willow Tree, petition of, 80.

Hemings, James, boatman, Newcastle port, 100;

relinquishes, 381.

Hemming, Samuel, lease of picage at Hitchin, 223.

Heneage, Sir Michael, usher of the Exchequer Court, 129, 206, 518.

Heneago. See Inagua.

Henley, John, petition for employment in the Customs, 254;

Receiver General of Prizes, 503, 511, 514.

-, Sir Robert, baronet, constituted Collector of Sandwich port, 419;

salary, 430.

Henry VII, perpetuities granted by, 165, 375, 419.

Henshaw (Hanshaw), —, bills of, 131, 443, 481.

Herbert, [Charles], colonel, [foot] regiment of, 123, 124.

-, Henry, 5th Baron Herbert of Chirbury, a Commissioner for Trade, 517.

-, Thomas, 27th Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, goods of coming from Ireland, 511.

house of in St. James's Square, 511.

Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 249, 313, 314, 315, 438, 489, 491.

Lord President of the Privy Council, 364.

President of the Privy Council to William III, 443.

-,-, Watchmaker in Ordinary to the Queen, 303.

Hereford, county of, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Clark, S.;

Surveyor of duties on Houses for. See Birt, J.

Hereford, co. Hereford, city of, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Clark, S.;

supervisor of Excise at. See Wing-field, E.

Herlackenden (Harlackenden), George, late Commissary of Musters, 110, 414, 473.

-, Mary, widow, petition for half-pay due to her late husband, 110, 414, 473.

Herne (Heron), Charnock, a Commissioner for licensing Hackney Coaches, 409.

-, Ed., 531.

-, Edward, deceased, Queen's waiter, London port, 454.

-, Lionel, [secretary to the Trustees for Exchequer Bills], 21, 73, 305.

Heron. See Herne.

Hertford, county of, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Peters, R,;

sheriff of See Huntman, J.;

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Crosfeild, T.;

Draycot, J.

Hervery. See Harvey.

Heskard. See Hascard.

Heslerton, John, General Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Kent, salary, 100.

Hesse, Prince George of, The late, bills of, 121, 425, 429;

secretary to. See Reuss, J, C.

-, Prince of. The, money due to. 206;

regiment of, 385.

Hesse-Cassel, Landgrave of, subsidies for, 39, 40, 65, 77, 160, 170, 178, 180, 219 bis, 317, 436, 466, 510.

treaties with, 40, 65–6, 77, 178, 179, 180, 466, 525.

troops of, 39, 40, 65–6, 154, 170, 219, 317, 466, 525.

Hester, John, bricklayer, payment to, 253.

-, William, ratkiller to the Queen, 167, 336.

Hetheridge, William, tidesman, London port, 237.

Hewer, William, Treasurer for Tangier, accounts, 414;

executor to S. Pepys, stay of process against, 211.

Hewett (Hewet), Thomas, Surveyor General of Woods, Trent North, payments to, 63, 165, 420.

Hexham, co. Northumberland, Excise third riding collector of. See Beal, J.

Hext, Amias, pension to, 63, 165, 375, 420, 506.

Heyden, Baron, regiment of, state of pay, 385, 387.

Heyes, William, examiner of the Outports books, 100.

Heylyn. See Haylin.

Hibberd (Hebberd), [William], lieutenant in the Marine Regiment of Sir C. Shovell, 153.

Hickman, John, late provost marshal of Jamaica, executors of, payment to, 206.

Higgins. See Higgons.

Higgons (Higgins, Higons), John, his wife and her daughters, title to lands taken into Chatham Dock, 19, 21, 196, 312.

payment to for said lands, 288–9, 422, 438.

daughters of J. Higgons' wife. See Caesar, A.;

Caesar, M.;

Caesar, M.;

Caesar, I.

High Lake. See Hoylake.

Higham Ferrers, Higham Ferris, co. Northampton, 226.

Highmore, Thomas, serjeant painter to the Works, 64.

Higons. See Higgons.

Hill, —, captain, to be restored to half pay, 531.

-, Abigail, a Woman of the Bedchamber, 61.

-, Alice, a Gentlewoman of the Bedchamber, 502.

-, [John], colonel, regiment of foot, offreckonings, 22, 115;

levy money, 448.

-, [Richard], deputy to the Earl of Ranelagh in Flanders, 388, 392, 396.

-, Richard, Envoy Extraordinary to the Duke of Savoy, 68, 115, 162.

-,-, Latin Secretary, 64, 426.

-, Thomas, mason, petition of, 277.

-, William, of Rusper, et al., prosecutors of T. Patching, petition of, 486, 523.

Hinckford, co. Essex, hundred of, bailiff of. See Sparrow, Sir J.

Hinde, Thomas, merchant, discovering abuses in Liverpool port, 42, 223, 322, 361, 449, 522.

Hitchin, co. Hertford, lease of picage, stallage, tolls and mills at, 223;

manor, lease of, 399;

mill, repair of, 399.

Hoar (Hore), Richard, 15;

bills of, 36, 131.

Hoblyn, John, lease of Boyton Bradridge, 185.

-,-, son of Thomas, 185.

-, Thomas, brother of John, petition of, 185.

Hobson, Charles, purveyor to the Works, 64.

Hodge, Alexander, commander of the Despatch, 450.

-, Archl., master of the Fortune, 415.

Hodges, Anthony, Lieutenant Governor of Montserrat, payment to, 111, 514.

-, Sir William, baronet, ship sold to, 502, 504–5,

Hohendorff, Baron, bringing an express of the victory near Turin, 56.

Holbeach, co. Lincoln, 120.

Holbech, William, petition of, 284.

Holden, Edward, prosecuting offenders in Richmond Park, 399, 515.

-, John, Consul at Faro in Portugal, bills of, 194, 500.

Holderness, co. York, [wapentake of], 444.

Holderness, Earl of. See Ramsay, J.

Holland, co. Lincoln. See Lincoln, county of.

Holland, 80.

arrival of regiments in, 179.

baggage from, 484.

commissaries in, 215.

Convention Act with dated 1703 March 15, 179.

correspondence to Curaçoa transmitted through England, 432.

Court of Justice in, suit before, 211.

dragoons in embarked for Portugal, 328.

Dutch fleet, brandy on board the, 429.

Forces, accounts, 383–96.

regiments in, recalled, 394;

sent back to, 395.

Dutch and German regiments from, recruits for, 393.

Envoy from. See Holland—States General.

forces in, 3, 11, 32, 91, 92, 122, 145, 215, 232, 365, 416, 490.

goods from, 267.

housing from, 281.

linen, 146, 151.

linen thread and tape from, 134, 148, 521.

luggage transported to, 196.

pictures brought from, 7.

regiments transported to, 77, 178.

Saxon troops taken into the pay or service of, 310, 336, 337, 436, 517.

ships from, 429;

hired in, 443;

in, for the transport service, 275.

States General, account made with concerning the augmentation troops, 179–80.

Agent for. See Taverner, —.

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to. See Churchill, J., Duke of Marlborough.

authorise J. Hallungius to receive arrears due to Dutch forces, 392.

Council of, secretary to. See Slingelandt, —.

Envoy Extraordinary from. See Vryberg, —.

Envoy Extraordinary to. See Cadogan, W.;

Stanhope, A.;

Stepney, G.

moiety of payments for Foreign Troops, 178.

Palatines taken into the service of, 517.

payment to English regiments, 179.

payment for bread for Prussians, 131.

regiment taken into the service of, 517.

subjects of complain about duties on linen, 444, 521.

Treasurer to for the Foreign Troops. See Jonge.

treaties with, 178, 179, 411.

uneasy to see themselves deprived of their best forces, 394.

tin sent to, 22.

transport to and from, charges, 390.

treaties with. See Holland—States General.

United Provinces, trade with, abstract of demanded, 511.

voyage to, 319.

Holland, Richard, lease of a copyhold in Richmond manor, 339.

Holles, Francis, Lord Holies, cousin to the Duke of Newcastle, lease of Hitchin manor, 399.

-, John, Duke of Newcastle, 217.

Lord Privy Seal, 60, 164, 373, 418.

petition for a lease of Hitchin manor, 399.

Hollister, Mary, widow, lease of lands in Stapleton, 155.

Holman, Thomas, tidesman at Plymouth, deceased, 345.

Holme, George, clerk, appointed to reside with the Consul at Algiers, 19–20, 186.

Holmes, —, messuage on Castle Hill Windsor in the tenure of, 110.

-, George, chief clerk for digesting and arranging the records in Caesar's Chapel, 57, 158, 239, 357, 464.

-, [Richard], colonel, petition of, 520.

Holstein (Holsteyn), Duke of, Convention Act with dated 1703 March 15, 179;

regiment of, state of pay, 385, 387.

Holstein Gottorp, troops, pay for, 179.

Holt, Rowland, Comptroller General of the accounts of the Customs, 7, 52, 149, 194–5, 472, 498.

Holyhead, Anglesey, 335.

Homrigh, Bartholomew van, late Commissary General for the army in Ireland, accounts, 87, 178, 187, 487.

Honywood, Sir William, a Commissioner of Appeals in Excise, 512.

Hook, Henry, Agent for Droits and Perquisites of Admiralty at Plymouth, payment to, 421.

-, John, chief justice of Merioneth, Carnarvon and Anglesey, fees and salary, 97, 105, 119, 297, 358, 516.

Hooker, —, accounts of the Duchy of Cornwall, 515.

Hooks, John, underclerk of the House of Commons, 276.

Hooper, —, serjeant, consulted on queries concerning the trade of Scotland, 257.

Hooton Pagnell, co. York, lease of tithes in, 187.

Hopton, Edward, to be instructed in Customs business, 241.

Hore. See Hoar.

Horn, —, goods for the Muscovite Ambassador, 336.

-, See also Home.

Horncastle, John, employment in the Irish revenues, 70.

Home, Francis, royal bounty for, 495.

-, William, boatman in Deal port, 268.

- See also Horn.

Horner, [Thomas], lieutenant in the Marine regiment of the Marquess of Carmarthen, 153.

Horsley, —, and Elizabeth his wife, conveyance of Mote Park, 442.

Hort, Thomas, highway robber, arrested, 339.

Horton, co. Northampton, 190, 240.

Horton, Hugh, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707 and Taxes, co. Buckingham, 176, 184.

Hosey, Charles, tidesman, London port, deceased, 100.

Hosier, —, wine bonds, 422.

-, George, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707, co. Salop, 184.

Hotham [? Hocham, manor of], co. Essex, 226.

Hotham, Sir Charles, regiment of [foot], 116, 448.

Houblon (Houblan), Susan and Eliz., assignment of a Navy bill, 514.

House, John, administrator to Henry Shales, 112.

Houseman, James, landwaiter, London port, resigns, 147.

-,-, son of James, appointed landwaiter, London port, 147.

Houston, Maurice, searcher of Carlisle port, 159, 208.

How. See Howe.

Howard, Charles, Earl of Carlisle, governor of Carlisle, pay for, 91.

-, [George], lieutenant in the Marine regiment of Sir C. Shovell, 153.

-, Henry, 13th Earl of Suffolk, 137.

-,-, styled Lord Waiden (afterwards 14th Earl of Suffolk), patent of creation as Baron Chesterford and Earl of Bindon, 137: Deputy Earl Marshal, 307, 308.

-, Sir Robert, a former Auditor of the Receipt, 400.

Howdon, co. York, Excise Collector of. See Wakefield, C.

Howe (How), Emanuell Scroop, Ambassador Extraordinary to the Elector of Hanover and the Princes of Brunswick and Luneburg, 68, 162, 413;

Envoy Extraordinary to the same, 304, 475.

-, Ephraim, order on the Hereditary Excise, 87.

-, John, Paymaster General of Guards and Garrisons, Treasurer of Chelsea Hospital. See Index of Subjects—Army.

Howell, Edward, old and blind, out-pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, 119, 377.

-, John, late chirurgeon at Plymouth, payment to, 66.

- See also Howells.

Howells (Howell), Geo., Receiver General for Land Tax 1707 cos. Cardigan, Carmarthen, Glamorgan, Pembroke and town of Haverford West, 185.

Howse, John, lease of escheat lands in Talley, 67.

Hoy (Hay), Thomas, Doctor and Reader of Physic, Oxford University, 59, 397, 418.

Hoylake, High Lake, co. Chester, army at, 305.

Hubbald, William, late Paymaster of the Train of Artillery in Ireland, accounts, 180, 359;

chief clerk to the Treasurer and Paymaster of the Ordnance, 273.

Huchenson. See Hutchinson.

Huggins, Benjamin, deputy Collector of Ipswich port, prisoner in the Fleet, 436–7.

Hugh, —, master of the Hannah of Plymouth, 103.

Hughes, Humphrey, grant of Sychnant to, 67.

-, Owen, lease of ferries over the river Menai, 209–10.

Hull, co. York, 312, 382.

Collector of. See Mason, H.

fire and candle for the garrison at, 92.

tidesman in. See Bell, G.;

Conyers, D.

Hull Road, ship entered, 382.

Humber. River, the, 319, 444;

lighthouses at the mouth of, 226.

Humble, Sir John, Paymaster of the Million Lottery Tickets, 335, 452.

Humbleton, co. York, 163;

manor of, 181.

Hume, Sir Andrew, and 24 others, Commissioners for the Equivalent to Scotland, 300–1, 331.

-, Sir Patrick, 1st Earl of March-mont, 345.

-, Peter, present to the government of Algiers, 86;

fees as examiner of the Exchequer Receipt, 128;

transcribing the 5th and 6th volumes of Leagues and Treaties, 181–2, 500;

Yeoman of the Removing Wardrobe, 242, 308, 333, 435;

payment to for services relating to the war, 318.

Humphrey, Thomas, payment to for pumping the well at the Post Office, 508.

Humshaugh, Humshaw, co. Northumberland, 226.

Hundersfield, co. Lancaster, 300.

Hunt, Nath., executor of Richard Hunt, petition of, 500.

-, Nicholas, outpensioner, Chelsea Hospital, 119, 377.

-, Richard, surety for J. Clark, Collector at Boston, executors of, petition of, 500.

-, William, Excise Collector, petition of, 156.

Hunter, Robert, colonel, Lieutenant Governor and Governor General of Virginia, 411;

house of, 344;

salary of, 524;

transport charges, 289.

Huntingdon, county of, Receivers General for Land Tax 1707. See Dowse, W.;

Jay, W.

sheriff of. See Bromley, J.

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Jay, T.

Huntman, Joseph, sheriff of co. Hertford, accounts, 374.

Hutchinson (Huchenson), George, grant of the office of Register of seizures, 73, 127.

-, John, Excise Collector of Bedale, ordered to Scotland, 273.

-, William, first clerk in the office of the Clerk of the Pells, 160.

Hutton, Mathew, a serjeant-at-arms, 63, 510.

Hyat, Thomas, tidesman, London port, 74.

Hyde, Edward, Viscount Cornbury, bonds of New York, 449.

-, Lady Jane, a Lady of the Bedchamber, 61, 345.

-, Lawrence, 4th Earl of Rochester, Keeper of Richmond New Park, 399;

fees, 165, 420;

pension granted to by Charles II, 347, 475.

I.

Ilfracombe, co. Devon, Agent for Droits and Perquisites of Admiralty at. See Incledon, H.;

Keir, J.

Inagua, Heneago, Bahama Islands, island of, 432.

Ince, [John], Secretary to the Bank of England, 41.

Incledon, Henry, Agent for Droits and Perquisites of Admiralty at Ilfracombe, payment to, 421.

-, John, Housekeeper of Westminster Palace, quarterly allowance to, 133, 336, 427, 485;

Keeper of the Royal House at Westminster, yearly allowance to, 374.

India, 53;

ships from, 121, 122, 228, 459;

ships going to, 34, 52.

Indies, The, 45.

Ingoldsby, —, colonel, [foot] regiment of, 124.

Inverness, county of, Collectors of, 461;

heritors of, petition of, 461.

Inverness, co. Inverness, 255.

Customs establishment at, 487.

riding officer at. See Coddan, P.;

Murray, R.

Surveyor of Customs in. See Comrie, P.;

Neilson, W.

Ipswich, co. Suffolk, Collector of. See Ball, J.

Comptroller of. See Carter, J.

deputy Collector of. See Huggins, B.

surveyor, waiter and searcher at. See Dewey, B.;

Wastell, R.

Ireby, co. Cumberland, Excise Collector of. See Lusston, J.

Ireland, Accounts Public, Commissioners of, 87, 187, 487.

Army in, in 1689–1690, accounts, 123–5.

Attorney General. See Brodrick, Sir A.

Barons of the Exchequer, petition of, arrears of salary, 192.

Chancellor of the Exchequer, petition of, arrears of salary, 192.

Chief Governors of, 117.

Civil Establishment, 192.

coast of, ships stranded on, 274.

Commander in Chief in. See Reede, G. van;

Solmes, Count.

Commissaries General of Provisions in. See Homrigh, B. van; Robinson, Sir W.;

Shales, J.

Commissary General for the Army in. See Homrigh, B. van; Robinson, Sir W.

Common Pleas, Court of, Justices of, petition of, arrears of salary, 192.

Commons, House of, 196, 197, 438, 439, 490.

concordatums, money taken from, 130;

overpayment on, 410.

Court of Claims, decree of Innocency made in, 192.

Customs and Excise in, under one Commission, 255.

debentures, lost on their passage to, 180;

[on forfeited estates], interest on, issues for, 5, 28, 246, 248.

East India goods imported to, 459.

Establishment of, annuity or yearly pension placed on, 221.

Brigadier General on, vacant pay of, 476.

French pensioners on, 105, 231;

lists of officers on, 70–2, 281–2, 438–9.

half-pay, lieutenant inserted on, 486;

officer reinserted on, 221.

Lieutenant General on, pay for, 402.

Major General to be placed on, memorial for, 408.

Military, barrackmaster to be inserted on, 232;

commencement of, 513.

pensions on, 78, 118, 192.

regiments on, 306, 327, 441.

exchange, 360;

difference of, 314.

Excise. See Ireland—Customs, expedition to, loss of equipage in, 390.

forces in, 388.

Paymaster of, 163. See also Coningsby, Lord;

Fox, C.;

Harbord, W.;

Index of Subjects—Army, Paymaster. transported to, 275.

Forfeited Estates, Act for enlarging the time for purchase of (2 and 3 Anne, c. 19), 248;

Act for payment of interest on debentures on (6 Anne, c. 27, clause 23), 248.

Government and Treasury of, 327.

Governor of, regiment subsisted by, 92.

Great Seal, grant under, 117.

horses, carried to, 192, 237;

importation of prohibited, 366.

Lands in, grant of, 84.

quit rents, 78, 93, 171, 196–7, 314–5;

arrears of, Acts of Remittal, 197;

clerk of. See Thompson, R.

waste lands, 197.

Lord Chancellor of, royal bounty for equipage for, 402. See also Freeman, R.

Lord Lieutenant, 70, 78, 90, 105, 117, 118, 130, 132, 155, 171, 189, 192, 196, 210, 221, 223, 227, 229, 231, 232, 237, 249, 272, 277, 281, 284, 324, 329, 347, 349, 397, 402, 407, 410, 415, 438, 439, 440, 453, 475, 476, 486, 489, 490, 491, 504;

equipage and voyage to Ireland, 249–50.

See also Butler, James, 2nd Duke of Ormonde;

Herbert, Thomas, 27th Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery.

Lords, House of, 438.

Lords Justices, 87, 90, 197;

acting. See Cox, Sir R.;

Marsh, N.

Marshal of the Admiralty and water bailiff. See Bodens, W. A.

men from, for regiments in Catalonia, 1.

military contingencies, 410.

military list, pension on, 489–90.

money in, alteration of, 171, 314.

pacquet boats, 229, 334–5.

Paper Office, creation of, 117;

clerk of. See Dawson, J.

Parliament of, Act of, for quieting possessions etc. of undisposed plus acres, 228;

address of concerning Dublin barracks, 231–2.

Peers, House of. See Ireland—Lords.

person going to, payment for, 1.

Prizage and Butlerage of wines, lease of, 164, 232.

prize ships carried to, 274.

Protestants in, sufferings of, 196.

provisions in, cheaper than in England, 260.

Queen's Bench, Court of, Justices of, arrears of salary, 192.

recruits in, for Spain, 132.

reduction of, 180, 359, 393, 394, 399, 443;

ships employed in, 275, 443.

regiments in, going to, and transported from, 2, 31, 70, 77, 83, 90, 92, 95, 116, 163, 178, 189, 191, 235, 237, 237–8, 297, 349, 360, 392, 393, 457.

Revenue, collectors of, losses of, 171;

See also Lathum, J.

Commissioners of, 70, 93, 121, 164, 196, 197, 220, 276, 314, 430, 450, 458, 459, 516, 520. See also Everard, [T.]

employment in, letters of recommendation for, 70.

Farmers of, arrears due to, 171.

money placed on, 130.

officer of. See Moore, —.

salt imported to, 87, 459.

Second Serjeant-at-Arms. See Carter, T.

sick and disabled soldiers' passage money to, 194.

Solicitor General. See Levinge, Sir R.

southern coasts of, survey of, 121.

tobacco imported to, 459.

train of artillery in, Paymaster of. See Hubbald, W.

transporting forces from, issues for, 197;

to and from, charges, 390.

Treasury, money stolen out of, 229;

Receipt Office, clerk in. See Nuthall, J.

war in, 513.

water bailiff. See Bodens, W. A.

works in, 130.

Ireland, Jane, arrears due to, 440.

-, William, master glazier to the Works, 64.

Irvine, Irwin, co. Ayr, Customs establishment at, 487;

tidesman at. See Andrews, T.

Irwin. See Irvine.

Isaac, Sir Charles, lease of premises in the Savoy, 58.

Isaacson, Anthony, Collector, Newcastle port, 100.

-, James, a Commissioner of Customs in Scotland, 259, 287.

Isla, Yla, island of, co. Argyle, Customs officer of. See Boyle, J.

Isle, Richard, boatman's mate, Newcastle port, 100.

Italy, army of the Emperor of Germany in, 110.

brandy of, 231.

loss on money drawn in, 3.

merchants trading to, petition of, 337, 345–6.

money advanced in, 14.

Palatine troops in, 39, 66;

pay for, 116;

transported to Spain, 51, 491.

regiments of Hessian Horse in, 40, 466.

troops of Hesse in, 360, 525.

troops of Hesse Cassel marching into, 39–40, 170, 317, 466.

troops in transported to Spain, 491.

war in, payment for services in the, 41, 405.