Index of Subjects
H, I

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'Index of Subjects: H, I', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 21: 1706-1707 (1952), pp. 674-675. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90519 Date accessed: 20 August 2014.


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H.I.

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Haberdasher, 84.

Hackney Coaches, and Stage Coaches, licences for, Commissioners for (D. Blake, E. Clark, G. Clark, C. Herne, E. Jollyvet, A. Magny), 409;

accounts, 359;

salaries of, 409.

Office, incidents bills,65, 158, 223, 347, 457;

salary bills,65, 158, 223, 347, 457.

rents, arrears of, issues out of, 4, 91, 227, 512;

arrears of, to be paid into the Receipt, 186, 281;

issues out of, 289, 306, 475.

Half pence, copper. See Coins.

Hammered rollers. See Mint rollers.

Hanaper. See Chancery.

Hangings. See Pictures.

Harbour, commissioners for the repair of a, 236.

Hawkers and Pedlars, licensing of, Commissioners for, 435;

accounts, 167, 180.

Office for, incidents bill, 208;

salary bill, 168.

Hawks. See Queen's Hawks.

Healing medals, 419.

Hearthmoney, Farmers of (H. Beane, Sir R. Pigott, P. Trott), the Crown a royal trustee for, 299;

lands seized in trust for, 299–300.

Hemp, 51, 53;

for the Navy, 491, 503, 513.

Heralds and Pursuivants at Arms, coats of arms for pursuant to an Order in Council for settling the ensigns armorial for the United Kingdom, 308;

collars of SS for, 307, 308;

salaries of, 166, 418.

Clarencieux King, jewels and collar for, 308.

Deputy Earl Marshal (Earl of Bindon), 307.

Earl Marshal, staff of gold for, in accordance with the Act of Union, 307.

Garter King, jewels, chain, collar of SS and sceptre for, 308.

Norroy King, jewels and collar for, 308.

Herbage, lease of, 223.

Herring Fishery. See Fisheries.

Herrings. See Fish.

Highwaymen, apprehended, 244, 374;

arrest of, rewards for, 305, 339.

Historiographer Royal (T. Rymer), 181.

Hollow Sword Blades, Company for, acting as a Bank, complaint against by the Bank of England, 30, 37, 281;

advertisement of, 34;

charter of, 37;

common seal of, 180;

petition of, 19, 152;

renewing debentures, 180.

Horse race, in Yorkshire, gift of gold plate for, 500.

Horses, for a surveyor of Customs, 110;

for the Emperor of Germany, 208;

for the King of Portugal, 378, 418, 444;

for the Post Office, 365;

imported from Ireland to Scotland, prohibited, 366;

transported to Barbados, 416. See also Army;

Royal Mews and Stables.

Hospitals, Army. See Army.

named:

Chelsea.

Greenwich.

Plymouth.

London and Westminster

Christ's Hospital; Savoy.

Houses, duty on, collectors of, deficiencies of, 491, 494–5.

continuation of (as by 6 Anne, c.21), 224, 291, 356.

General Surveyors of, 100, 329.

loans on, payment out of to Deficient Funds, 238.

overpayment of, to be put to the account of the Tenth 4s.

Aid, 510.

receipts from, for distribution to Deficient Funds, 74, 104–5, 134, 150. 174, 199, 238, 274, 310, 348, 398, 424, 447, 469, 497.

Receiver of, 100, 192.

Receivers General of, 100, 101, 121, 321, 329, 491, 494;

payments by, 130, 397;

petition for allowance for extraordinary charges, 509;

securities of, 422, 437.

Surveyors of, appointed, 100, 299, 329, 429, 430, 467;

commission of, revoked, 299;

lists of, 101–2;

preferred, 329;

presented, 322;

removed, 7, 322;

salaries of, 100, 101–2, 121, 321, 329, 429, 430, 467;

superseded, 329,

viewing and numbering windows for assessment at 10s., 100.

Housing, from Holland, 281.

Hundreds and Wapentakes, named :

Bampton.

Barstable.

Blofield.

Bradley.

Eddisbury.

Hinckford.

Leylandshire.

Loddon.

Lonsdale.

Salford.

Stanborough.

West Derby.

I.

Idiots, share of an estate according to the custom of London, 84, 357.

Impositions. See Customs, duties subsidies.

Imprests, Auditors of (E. Harley, A. Manwaring), 6, 7, 20, 21, 23, 25, 27, 31, 34, 39, 59, 64, 73, 76, 78, 87, 95, 110, 123, 124, 126, 131, 154, 160, 163, 174, 175, 180, 207, 230, 237, 238, 248, 269, 272, 280, 292, 296, 306, 307, 337, 359, 374, 376, 383, 392, 393, 395, 397, 401, 443, 458, 459, 482, 487, 513, 514, 516, 523.

allowances, fees and payments to, 6, 16, 133, 154, 190, 222, 324, 475.

clerks to, allowance to, 153.

deputy to (F. Bythell), 180–1, 437.

late Auditor ([T.] Donne), 238.

Office, 296.

reports by, 133, 163, 278, 305.

salaries of, 59, 64, 376.

Interest, rates of

farthing a day on Malt Lottery Tickets, 81.

halfpenny a day on Malt Lottery Tickets, 80–1, 106, 135, 239, 275, 349, 350, 399, 451, 469, 497.

1 per cent. on subscriptions for Exchequer Bills, 30.

per cent. allowed to the Bank for circulating Exchequer Bills, 356, 456.

5 per cent. for unsatisfied debentures charged on Irish Forfeitures, 248;

on Army debentures, 396;

on Bills of Credit, 205;

on loans by the Bank of England, 20, 21;

on loans on Land Tax, 18, 20, 22, 47, 177, 520;

on loans on Malt duties, 523;

on loans on Subsidies, 4;

on orders of loan on Low Wines, 481;

on orders of loan on the Tenth 4s. Aid, 481;

on paid up stock of the African and Indian Company, 301;

on tallies and orders on Land Tax, 40, 186, 187, 212, 240, 404, 416, 421, 449;

on tallies and orders on Malt, 21, 53, 69, 187, 206.

6 per cent. on Contributions for Annuities, 316, 342;

on loans on the Deficiencies Act, 469;

on loans on Low Wines, 6;

on loans on Subsidies, 469;

on tallies and orders on Low Wines, 297, 454.

Invalids. See Army.