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Index of Persons and Places: H, I

Pages 1570-1600

Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 10, 1693-1696. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1935.

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Hacker, Robert, master of the Seraphin, 1018.

Hackett (Hacket), James, of Priest Town, lands of, forfeited, 4.

-, Sir Thomas, estates of, forfeited, 585.

Haddling Wood, Elginwood alias Hedlingwood, Kedlingwood, [nea Waldershare], co. Kent, rent payable out of, 1021. Errata, 1453.

Haddock (Haddocke), Joseph, master of the Princess of Denmark, 360.

-, Sir Richard, Navy Victualling Commissioner, 38.

Hadley, See Hawley.

Hadnall, co. Salop, lease of lands in, 215.

Hadsor (Lardsor), , lands of, co. Dublin, forfeited, 251, 316.

Haerwarden, Jacob, doctor, physician to the Army in Ireland, 169.

Hafod-lom, Havodlome, co. Denbigh, 1052.

Hagen, F. de, schedule of the Danish envoy's goods signed by, 108.

Hague, The, Holland, 586, 777.

Congress at. plenipotentiary to, arrival of, 1304. See also Berkeley, Charles, Viscount Dursely;

Villiers, Edward, Viscount Villiers.

credit of the Bank of England at, 1441.

English Church at, Queen's pension for, 1129.

French Refugees Gentlewomen at, Society of, Queen's pension for, 1128.

resident or agent in. See Prior, M.

William III., court of at 1221;

journeys of, to and from, hackney coachmen attending, 496;

stables of at, 496.

Hainault, Henault, Walk. See Waltham Forest.

Haines. See Haynes.

Hakewell, john, et al., troopers, Army pay arrears, 117980.

Halbourne. See Netherby.

Halcetor, Halsiter, in Church Stoke, Hyssington and Snead parishes, co. Montgomery, manor of, 1056.

Hale, John, loan by, 916.

-, Henry, payment for hire of the Amity, 515.

-, -, et al., merchants, petition for ships to go to Barbados, 380.

-, Richard, annuity for, during lives of R. and T. Carter, 1092.

Hales, John, colonel, regiment of, 1, 2, 3, 11, 16, 29, 142, 183, 192, 251, 274, 286;

raising recruits, disbursements in, 793;

brother-in-law of Lieut.-Col. Goodwin, 793.

-, Richard Little. See Littlehales, R.

Halewyn, John Jacob, payment for hire of the Elnazeur, 350.

Haley (Haly), , collector of the First and Second 4s. Aids, 986.

-, John, messenger to the Queen, 1036, 1076, 1078.

-, -, of Winchester, process against, discharge from, 212, 447, 452.

Half Fore barony. See Fore.

Half Whitestown. See Whitestown.

Halford (Harford), William master of the Josiah frigate, 360.

Halfshire, co. Worcester, hundred of, assessment of salt springs in, by Commissioners of Assessments, 6378, 669670.

Halifax, co. York, corn etc. tithes, 882.

Halifax, Marchioness of. See Saville, Gertrude.

-, Marquess of, See Saville, George.

Hall, , Mris., house of, in De la Hay Street, London, Danish envoy's lodgings at, 382.

-, -, accounts of the Treasurer of the Chamber, 1099, 1379, 1381, 1382.

-, -, tidesurveyor, silk seized by, 423.

-, Edward, Customs officer, Hastings, 1246.

-, John, a trustee for Queen Catherine, 25, 885.

-, -, collector of duty on stamped vellum etc., co. York, North Riding, 672.

-, -, of Bristol, goods of, seized by the French, 847.

-, -, of London, merchant, wines imported by, 831.

-, -, or Thomas, lands of, near Scotland Yard, 622, 670, 707.

-, Peter, caveat against passing Sir W. Villiers' accounts, 565, 678;

debts due from the Queen, payment of, 1076, 1078;

debts due to, from the Stables, 531.

-, Thomas, Agent for Taxes, 22, 89, 207, 302, 503, 714, 737, 973, 1017, 1167, 1313, 1325;

assistant to the Master and Worker of the Mint, 1324, 1325, 14341438 passim, 1442, 1443;

Commissioner of Excise, 739, 1325;

Receiver of Hearthmoney arrears, 558, 739, 957;

Second and First Secondary in the King's Remembrancer's Office, 276, 497, 505, 657, 659, 773, 774, 802, 1360.

-, -, See also Hall, John.

-, William, housekeeper and deputy housekeeper of the Excise Office, 173, 199, 527.

Hallburn, Hallbourne. See Netherby.

Hallees, the. See Longtown.

Hallet, John colonel, suspended from place in the Council of Barbados, 12701.

Halley. See Hawley.

Hally, , clerk, tenant, Stacumny, 178.

Halsiter. See Halcetor.

Halstow, Harstowe, co. Kent, rectory and tithes of, 155.

Halton, Hulton, co. Denbigh, fee farm rent of tenements in, 1048.

-, co. Lancaster, manor of, 343.

Haly. See Haley.

Ham, co. Surrey, manor of, fee farm rent out of, 881.

Ham, Holme, co. Worcester, rent for the township of, 1025.

Ham Castle, Holme Castle, co. Worcester, rent for, 1025.

Hamar, John, tenant, Cork city, 1063.

Hamburg, Germany, 14, 487.

bills of exchange payable at, 634, 985.

Deputy of, diamond ring for, 627.

exchange remittances to, 52, 294, 794, 942, 951.

goods from regulations for men-of-war etc. bringing, 1166.

goods to be sent to, 526.

paper from, 1242, 1311.

ships trading to, no embargo on, 429, 1212.

twine, 1094.

wine from 423.

Hamelot, Peter, loan by, 914.

Hamerly Child. See Hanley Child.

Hamesland. See Foxhall.

Hamfrith Woods. See West Ham.

Hamill, Hugh, colonel, royal bounty for, 236.

Hamilton, Andrew, captain, Army pay arrears, 53.

-, Elizabeth, Lady Hamilton, royal Bounty For, 455, 650, 869, 1271;

pension from the Queen for, 1129.

-, -, widow of James, lease, houses etc. near Hyde Park, 32, 39, 81, 221;

lease surrendered, 264.

-, -, loans by, 916.

-, -, and sons, pension for, 436, 512, 683.

-, [? Frederick], colonel, regiment of, 20, 27, 32, 42, 51, 62, 75, 87, 103, 118, 123, 133, 158, 163, 173, 184, 185, 194, 206, 215, 225, 231, 250, 263, 283, 369, 389.

-, Frederick, colonel, regiment of, 274, 279, 395, 560, 1046, 1065, 1087, 1329;

agent for, See Pauncefort, T.

-, Lord George, regiment of, 53, 292, 398, 399, 470, 605, 611.

-, George, colonel, regiment of, 599, 745, 1045;

agent for. See Hamilton, W.

-, -, son of Elizabeth, pension for, 683.

-, Gustavus, colonel, regiment of, 397, 399;

lease, custodiam rents, co. Galway, 586, 873, 965.

-, James, Groom of the Bedchamber to Charles II., 32, 81;

lands, Hyde Park, in trust for, 81;

payment to Elizabeth, widow of, 264.

-, -, of Tallymore (Tullamore) Excise bond for moneys for the Association in Ulster, 730, 901.

-, -, son of Elizabeth, pension for, 401, 683.

-, -, Richard, colonel, Regiment of Horse of, 428.

-, William, Army agent, 373, 409, 685, 1045.

-, -, son of Elizabeth, pension for, 401, 683.

Hamilton-Moore, Alice, Countess of Drogheda, guardian to Lord Slane, grandson of, 403, 729730;

jointure of 1,000l. per an., benefit of, lost, 729.

-, - -, Henry, Earl of Drogheda, chaplain to the regiment of. See Storey, G.;

concerning houses in possession of, 356;

grant to, of houses and lands in Drogheda, 4745;

known as Henry Hamilton, alias Moore, of Tully, co. Kildare, 474;

loan by, 474;

regiment of, 54, 148, 235, 397, 399.

Hammond (Hammon, Hamon, Hamond), Anthony, caveat entered by, against grant of Somersham manor, 523, 625, 643;

petition of, for lease of Somersham manor, 5378.

-, Francis, captain, Lieutenant-Governor of Languard Fort, 165, 226.

Hamore, Thomas, Excise officer, 1188.

Hampden, Richard, a Treasury Lord, 128, 266, 361, 449, 563;

Chancellor of the Exchequer, 449, 563.

Hampnett, Jos., loans by, 913.

Hampshire, county of. See Southampton.

Hampson, John, traitor apprehended by, petition for reward, 1345.

Hampsthwaite, co. York, inhabitants of, fee farm rents paid by, 1019.

Hampton, co. Middlesex, brewers at. See Blackstone, ;

Smith, Capt. ;

issues to churchwardens for poor of, 781, 1354, 1360;

parish church, 1354;

rectory, purchase of, issue for, 860;

vicar of, 781, 1354.

Hampton Court, 111, 130, 429.

Company of Invalids at, agent for. See Peppett, B.

ferries, 881.

House Park, repairs to, timber for, 737.

Mews or Stables at, repairs to, 786, 1148, 1149;

surveyor of. See Shute, S.

Middle Park, cart house in, 391;

Coursing Pens, repairs to, 391;

deer in, 263, 391, 1178;

granary and paddock, 1178;

Keatlye's Lodge, 391;

keeper of, barn of, 391. See also Progers, E.;

lodge stable to, 1178;

lodges and pales, repairs to, 263;

Paddock Course, repairs to, 391;

ponds and drains, cleaning of, 263, 391;

rails dividing Bushey Park from, 391;

repairs, 1178;

underkeepers, lodges of, 1178.

minister at, Queen's pension for, 1129.

new buildings at, work done on, 11.

oats for, 419.

Palace, under-housekeeper of, annuity to poor of Hampton to be distributed under direction of, 781.

Park, erection of ice house (well) in, 298.

Parks at, repairs to, 1325.

poor women at, Queen's pension for, 1128.

work done by the King's locksmith, 1225.

Hancock, Anthony, arrested for burglary, 943.

-, John, doorkeeper of the House of Lords, 1200.

-, Thomas, comptroller of Wine Licences revenue accounts, 97.

-, -, loans by, 268, 429.

Handford. See Hanford.

Handroff, , major, of the Danish forces, 385.

Hanford (Handford), John, collector, Weymouth, 1002.

Hanger, John, loan by, 915;

goods shipped by, lost at sea, 1084.

Hanlan, Ardall, deserter from the Irish Army, 242.

Hanley Child, Hamerly Child, co. Worcester, rent for the townsahip of, 1025.

Hanley William, Hawley Willner, co. Worcester, rent for the township of, 1025.

Hanmer, Sir John, brigadier, agent to the regiment of. See Wigg, E.;

going from London to Cork, 132;

pay for, 62;

regiment of, 235, 306, 341, 399, 546;

regiment placed on Irish Establishment, accounts of, 1065;

surveying and repairing works at Cork, 132.

Hanney, co. Berks, rent out of lands in, 1022.

Hanover, troops of. See Index of SubjectsArmy, in Flanders.

Hansby, Radic', outlaw, lands of, Harworth, 671.

Hanse Towns, resident at, See Rycaut, Sir P.

Hanseim. See Hansen.

Hansen (Hanseene, Hanseim, Hauseim), Wickman, Commissary General of the Danish Forces, 17, 159, 314, 384, 557, 794;

lodgings of, in Charles Street, London, 391.

Hanson, John, keeper of the Chamber of the Revenue Commissioners, Ireland, 298, 1162, 1196, 1203, 1391.

Hanvile, Richard, tidesman, Bristol port, 976.

Hanway, Mris., caveat in behalf of, 575.

Harache. Peter, bill of, payment of, 1077.

Harant. See Hirnant.

Harbord, Sir Charles, Surveyor General of Crown Lands, 81, 136, 152, 153, 289, 416, 419, 809, 881, 882, 919, 945, 1033, 1172, 1220, 1336.

-, John, loan by, 917.

-, William, Ambassador to the Grand Seignior, 8, 120, 138, 139, 141.

Chief Ranger of St. James's Park, 549, 671.

Commissary General, receipts in the West, 1305, 1393.

Paymaster of the Forces, Ireland, 3834, 398, 547, 963, 991.

Surveyor General of Crown Lands, 152, 289, 300.

executors of, 138, 139, 141, 549.

house of, in St. James's Park, 8.

loan by, 138.

troop of house of, 399.

Harborne, , tenant, Kenilworth, 1033.

Harbybrow, in Allhallows parish, co. Cumberland, 343.

Harcourt, Francis, of Ranton, lands in trust for the Society of Jesuits at St. Omer, 591.

-, Godfrey, Receiver General of Crown Revenues, county palatine of Chester, 496;

Receiver General of Crown Revenues, North Wales, 3, 496.

-, Oliver d'. See Arcourt.

-, Simon, Clerk of the Peace, co. Middlesex, 174;

secondary and King's clerk in the Crown Office, 6, 146, 174, 196, 234, 510, 685, 859.

Harding, Gideon, vicar of Kingston-on-Thames, 369, 421.

-, Nicholas, loan by, 911.

-, Thomas, lease, Mere manor, 671.

-, William, a soldier in the Tower, former worker in the Mint, 1303, 1431.

Hardness. See Dartmouth, mayor etc. of.

Hardwell, or Harwell, co. Berks, manor of, rent out of. 1022.

Hardwick, Ralph, of London, merchant lease, Arkengarthdale Forest, 581, 582, 955, 1094, 1119, 1372, 1376.

-, Thomas, King's Waiter, London port, 502, 512, 514.

Hardy, John, payment for hire of the Expectation, 5156.

Harell (Harrell), Christian, doctor, apothecary to the Queen, 1034, 1074;

bill of, payment of, 1077;

embalming the Queen's body, 1078;

house of, St. James's, 96, 994;

King's physician-in-ordinary, 994.

Harewell, , bill of, payment of, 1076.

Harfield, Thoams. See Hatfield.

Harford. See Halford.

Hargrave, Anne, loan by, 907.

Hargrill, John, surety for J. Allen, 1249.

Harlackerdine (Harlackendine), Walter, captain, petition of, 1297.

Harle, Edward, apothecary, payment to, 110.

-, Thomas, boatman and tidesman, Falmouth, 689.

Harley (Harly), John, fee farm rents West Dereham, 1144.

-, Sir Robert, grant, Kingsland manor, 1032.

-, Robert, a Commissioner for Public Accounts. 47, 192, 305, 411, 601, 722, 807, 898, 1066, 1169, 1230, 1318.

-, Thomas, petition for lease of lands etc., Maelienydd lordship, co. Radnor, 1363.

Harlockstown, Ratoath barony, co. Meath, 629.

Harly. See Harley.

Harman, , colonel, tenant, co. Louth, 177.

-, William, ship's purser, Navy victualling payment, 516, 579.

Harnage. See Harneage.

Harneage (Harnage), Richard, agent for Col. W. Northcote's regiment, 1046, 1182;

agent for Col. W. Selwyn's regiment, 1183;

agent for the First Marine regiment, 1126;

Army clothing, 189, 192, 204, 851.

Harpeley. See Harpley.

Harper, Nathaniel, Hearthmoney collector, 88, 199.

Harperley. See Harpley

Harpley, Harpeley, Harperley, co. Worcester, rent for the township of, 1025. Errata, 1454.

Harrell. See Harell.

Harridge, John, landwaiter, London port, 451.

Harrington, John, petition for grant of common sewers water, London, Westminster and Bills of Mortality, 285.

Harris, , Mris., royal bounty for, 650.

-, -, housekeeper to commissioners for stamped vellum duties. See Harrison, J.

-, -, pension from the Queen for, 1128.

-, Bartho., East India Company assisted by, 361.

-, David, bill of, payment of, 1078;

porter of the Queen's Backstairs, 1035, 1075;

travelling charges to Kensington, 758.

-, Henry, a commissioner for duties on stamped vellum etc., 618, 697.

-, [Henry, graver to the Mint]; 1336, 1413, 1415, 1420, 1429, 1438, 1443;

house for, in the Mint, 1440.

-, Isabel, cleaner of rooms for the Commissioners for Stating the Accounts of the Army in Ireland, 1228.

-, John, loan by, 910.

-, -, master of the Friendship, 1072.

-, -, robbery on the highway, 943.

-, Katherine, widow of a butcher of Mallow, custodiam, house etc., co. Cork, 7, 163, 190;

husband of, murdered by Earl of Clancarty, 190.

-, Margaret, matron of the hospital at Hounslow Heath, 331.

-, Philip, bills of, payment of, 1078.

-, Richard, royal bounty for, 288, 293.

-, Walter, King's physician, 576, 580.

-, William, petition for office of keeper of the gaol within the liberty of St. Alban's Monastery, 1167.

Harrison (Harris), Aaron, boatman, Stockton, 53.

-, Benjamin, visitor and governor of the William and Mary College, Virginia, 245.

-, Elizabeth, widow of James, housekeeper at the office of the commissioners for stamped vellum etc., 957.

-, James, captain, royal bounty for, 236.

-, -, housekeeper at the offices of the commissioners for stamped vellum etc., 900, 957.

-, Joan, widow landwaiter's place at Exeter, for John, son of, 977.

-, John, Comptroller, Ipswich port, 331, 617, 618, 631.

-, -, son of Joan, landwaiter, Exeter port, 977, 1091.

-, -, tenant, Dogfield, London, 540.

-, Richard, of London, merchant, surety for Baron de Luttichau, 516;

surveyor of petty Customs and subsidies, London port, 1001.

-, -, reward for apprehending burglars, 803.

-, Robert, wine imported from Lisbon, 1132, 11391140.

-, Thomas King's waiter's place, London port, 717.

-, -, master of the Emerald, 360.

-, William, boatman and tidesman, Whitehaven port, 8723.

Harry, Edmund, collector, Fowey and Penryn, 7.

Harsnet, Sir Roger, Serjeant-at-Arms, 562;

executors of, issues to, 34, 306.

Harston, co. Cambridge, 1025;

manor of, 1026;

Stonehall manor in. See Stonehall;

Scroopes manor in. See Scroopes.

Harstowe. See Halstow.

Hart, Tho., captain in the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, 531.

-, William, and company, goods of, lost at sea, 847.

Hartley (Harteley), Richard, captain, Army pay arrears, 204.

-, [William], of Stony Stratford, fined for exchanging broad money, 1085, 1235.

Hartman, , son of pension from the Queen for, 1127.

Harts Lands, co. [co. Berks], rent out of, 1024.

Hartshorne, co. Derby, lease of lands in, 300.

-, brewhouse, lease of storehouses at, to Victualling Commissioners, 251.

Hartwell, Ann, widow of Samuel, royal bounty for, 456, 483, 619, 869.

-, Henry, visitor and governor of the William and Mary Collage, Virginia, 245.

-, Samuel, widow of, 483;

castle near Limerick blown up, compensation for, 645.

Harvey, , doctor, caveat, 1331.

-, Edward, of Glin, co. Limecrick, pension to Amy de Roche, widow of, 409.

-, Sir Eliab, issue to, for underkeepers etc. of Waltham Forest, 533.

-, Stephen, landwaiter. Plymouth, 841, 850.

Harvington Hall, co. Worcester, 590, 591.

Harwell. See Hardwell.

Harwich, co. Essex, 170.

agent for Prizes. See Bishop, C.

boundaries of, commission to determine, 171.

chaplain to the boats at. See Luzancy, H. de.

chocolate imported at, 129.

collector of. See Banks, J.;

Wildbore, M.

Combs seized at, 481, 502.

Corporation of, 244.

Custom House at, 153;

commission for setting a, 220;

erection of, 244;

establishment of, 248.

Customs officers, 157, 189, 269, 284, 324, 481, 1197, 1306;

establishment of, 223.

government at, 375.

lightships near, allowance from ships passing, for support of, 1306.

Members of Parliament for, 244.

Navy storekeeper and muster-master at, 49.

poor Dutch seamen and soldiers at, 367, 418, 537.

ships at, subsistence for, 1280, 1425.

ships seized at, 1197, 1306.

silk imported at, 129.

stays seized at, 481, 502.

surveyor of. See Bishop, C,;

Mabin, P.

Transport Office at, 1425.

Turkish man-of war at, English slaves liberated from 257.

William III.'s arrival at, from Holland, 1289.

wines from Holland lying at, 229.

Harwood, Jacob, merchant, of London loans by, 219, 429, 916;

representing R. Levingston, 46, 156.

-, Thomas, of Guestling, concerning smuggling reported by, 1246.

Harwoods. See Westwick.

Harworth, co. Nottingham, lease of lands in. 671.

Haselborough Walk. See Whittlewood Forest.

Hasilhurst. See Hazelhurst.

Hasleborough Walk. See Whittlewood Forest.

Haslingfield, Haslingfeild, co. Cambridge, manor of, rent for the, 1026.

Hasting. See Hastings.

Hastings, co. Sussex, 6;

smuggled goods taken to, 1246;

wine seized at, 1413.

Hastings (Hasting), Caroletta, petition of for lease of Barton Barrow and Goxhill manors, 431.

-, Edward, lieutenant-colonel, of the First Regiment of Foot Guards, 276, 1065, 1068, 1298.

-, Ferdinando, brigadier or colonel, estate of the Earl of Clancartly 978;

Governor of Cork, 344;

leases, St. James's London, 84, 107, 113, 480, 527;

pay arrears, 1153, 1165;

regiment of, 91, 118, 235, 274, 291, 446, 509, 552, 598, 617, 737, 755, 794, 851, 857, 867;

regiment of, afterwards under Sir. J. Jacob, 1153, 1165.

-, Lord George, regiment of, 775.

-, George, agent for prizes, Jamaica, 595, 1261.

-, -, captain, of Col. Colt's regiment, Army pay arrears, 511, 816, 972.

-, John, Clerk of the Foreign Estreats in the Exchequer, 74. 736, 871, 1168.

-, Joseph, collector, waiter and searcher, Aldeburgh, 7589;

deputy customer and searcher, Yarmouth, 759.

-, Penelope, widow of Capt. George, husband's Army pay arrears, 511, 816, 972.

-, Ralph, warrant to fell trees in New Forest, 507.

Hatch, Charles, deputy searcher's or landwaiter's place, London port, 98.

Hatfield (Harfield, Hatfeild), Thomas, King's waiter, London port, 565, 596.

Hatley, co. Hants. See Hawley.

Hatley, [Henry], stationery supplies to Commissioners of Stamped Vellum etc., 1115.

Hatton, Christopher, Viscount Hatton of Gretton, co. Northants, Custos Rotulorum, co. Northants, raising seaman, 490, 1292.

-, Sir Christopher (1574), grant, lands, co. Waterford, 72.

-, Richard, house of, burglary at, 815.

-, -, waiter and searcher, Minehead, 460.

Haughton (Haughtin, Hautin, Houghton), , Mris. or Mr., Queen's pension for daughter of, 1128, 1259;

ditto, for son of, 1132, 1259.

-, John, caretaker and wardrobekeeper, Ludlow Castle, 706, 717, 822, 823.

-, See also Houghton.

Haukshead. See Hawkshead.

Hauseim. See Hansen.

Hautin. SeeHaughton.

Havadyr Argloth, co. Denbigh, fee farm rents, 1047.

Havana, 64.

Haverd, David, postillion to the Queen, 1036.

Haverder Twran (Twram), co. Denbigh, lands called, 1050. Errata, 1455.

Haverford West, co. Pembroke, 506.

Crown Land revenues, collector of. See Jones, W.;

Lloyd, B.;

payment out of, 601;

receiver of, See Nash. J.

lordship of, 1171.

Receiver General of Assessments, 34, 152, 418, 435, 466, 590, 933, 1308.

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages Births etc. See Howells, G.

Havering, co. Essex, 25, 26;

Leewards, 26.

Havering, Eliz., transport debt due to husband of, 1301.

Havering Park, co. Essex, 256;

Great Lodge, 25;

keeper of, 26.

Havodlome. See Hafod-lom.

Havre de Grace, France, 1101.

Haward. See Hayward.

Hawgood, John, cutler, swords for the First Marine Regiment, 1126.

Hawkes, John, a captive in Algeris, 255.

-, Joseph, tidesman, Salcombe, 358.

-, William, a captive in Algiers, 255.

Hawkins, , doctor, chaplain of the Tower of London, House of, repairs to, 183.

-, -, notice of caveat sent to, 920.

-, Henry, tenant, St. Austell Prior, 280;

tenant, Treverbyn Courtney manor, 1173, 1232.

-, John, captain, Army pay arrears, 83, 126, 224, 950, 953.

-, -, Excise collector's place, 22.

-, William, acting Comptroller, Rye port, 1208.

-, -, receiver of Crown Land revenues, cos. Northants and Rutland, 720, 745, 778;

receiver of Crown fee farm rents unsold in cos. Leicester, Lincoln, Northants, Warwick etc., 795.

Hawkshead, Haukshead, co. Lancaster, 243.

Hawksworth, Philip, lease, East Stockwith, 296.

Hawles, , of Lincoln's Inn. opinion of, 285.

-, Sir John, Solicitor General, 1337.

Hawley, Hadley, Halley, Hatley, co. Hants, rents payable by inhabitants of, 1022. Errata, 1454.

Hawley, Francis, 1st Lord Hawley, fines granted to, 289.

-, -, 2nd Lord Hawley, annuity to, for Duchess of Richmond and Lennox, 137.

Hawley Willner. See Hanley William.

Hay, la, bill of, payment of, 1077.

-, George, 5th Earl of Kinnoull, pension granted to, by Charles II., arrears of, for heir of, 258, 291, 706, 716, 844, 848, 998.

-, James, Earl of Carlisle (circa Charles I.) houses, wharves etc., Stepney, conveyed to, 268.

-, John, extraordinary boatman, Sunderland port, 315.

-, William, 4th Earl of Kinnoull, duties etc., on potashes etc., 895.

-, -, 6th Earl of Kinnoull, pension for, 260, 1082.

-, See also Hayes.

Hayes (Hay, Hays), Claud, load by, 916.

-, Daniel, loan by, 909.

-, Eliz., of Colefield, renewal of lost Exchequer order, 1359.

-, Sir James, farmer of the revenue, Ireland, 114.

-, James, apothecary, and underapothecaries, in expedition to the West Indies, issue for, 613.

-, John, and partners, Army clothing, 247, 270, 625, 968, 1093.

-, -, loans by, 911.

Hayford. See Heyford.

Hayhurst, William, receiver of Crown Land revenues, cos. Cumberland, Lancaster, Westmorland, 720, 745, 778.

Hayman, Henry, master of the Eagle, 176.

Hayne, David, tidesman, Bristol port, 28.

-, William, permit to send ships to Newfoundland, 112.

Haynes (Haines), Andrew, patent waiter, London port, 354;

King's waiter, London port, 514.

-, John, clerk to the Register of the Excise, 1281.

-, -, loan by, 912.

-, Peter, loan by, 912.

Hays. See Hayes.

Hayter (Haytor), Henry, loans by, 911, 914.

-, Thomas, King's waiter's place, London port, 1361.

-, Whitefield, of London, goldsmith, affidavit of, 1279;

issue to, for good services, 351, 362, 597;

loans by, 141, 152, 174, 219, 231, 238, 429, 610, 688, 695, 1288;

receiver of the Million Adventure (Lottery) 549;

to attend Treasury Lords, 1386.

Hayward (Haward, Heywood), Sir William, a trustee for sale of Fee Farms, 463, 1141.

Haywood, , Mris., pension From the Queen, 1127.

-, David, loan by, 912.

Hazard, John, Waterman. London port, 17.

-, Edward, tidesman, Bristol port, 976.

Hazelhurst, Hasilhurst, [in Bleasdale], co. Lancaster, vaccary called, 1019.

Heacham, co. Norfolk, Customs officers at, 460.

Head, Joan, widow, royal bounty for, 455, 721, 868.

Healy (Heely, Hely), John, house of, in Talbots Lane, Dublin, 691.

-, William, agent for prizes, Guernsey, 89, 305;

agent for prizes, Jersey, 305;

Register of Certificates, Guernsey and Jersey 1214, 1405;

employment in the Customs, 1268, 1421, 1422, 1437;

waiter to attend glasshouses, 1204.

Heardston, Augustin, collector, Poulton port, 1002.

Hearne, John, lieutenant, Irish Army officer at Limerick, 242.

-, See also Herne.

Heath, William, master of the Defence, 360.

Heathcote (Heathcott), Gilbert, of London, merchant and shipowner, Army clothing supplies, 777, 785, 1131;

cargoes for ships redeemed from the French, 323, 329, 336;

goods of, captured by the enemy shipment in lieu of. 802;

named a Commissioner for Greenwich Hospital, 944;

permit for ship to sail to Leeward Islands, 36;

provisions for men-of-war at Jamaica, bills of exchange for, 979;

receiver of subscriptions to the Bank of England, 954;

ship of, not manned according to the Navigation Act, seizure of, 717, 837;

ditto, discharge of, 940;

subsistence of two Companies of Foot in New York, 557.

Heather's Lands. See Windsor Castle.

Heaton, Roger, master of the Speedwell of Newcastle, 832.

Heper, Reginald, of London. merchant, free export of goods, 9789.

Heddon. See Hedon.

Hedges (Hedge), Sir Charles, letter concerning seizure of Portuguese ship at Brighton, 267;

petition for renewal of lease, lands in Richmond. Old Park, 1353.

-, Francis, undertaker for making the River Avon navigable, 176.

-, Sir William, sheriff of London and Middlesex, 11523.

Hedlingwood. See Haddling Wood.

Hedon, Heddon, co. York, buildings at, 412.

Heely. See Healy.

Helby, Joseph, loan by, 721.

Helder, , of Offley, assessment irregularities. 1079.

Heldrick Moor;

Heldrick Myre. See Penrith.

Hele. George, lease, the Barton of Bradridge, 289.

-, Sarah. See Symonds, Sarah.

-, Warwick, tenant, Treverbyn Courtney manor, 790, 1173.

Helene. See St. Helene.

Hellesbury. See Helsbury.

Hellier (Hullier), Samuel, loans by, 907, 913.

-, See also Hillier.

Helsbury Park, Hellesbury Park, co. Cornwall, 1172, 1263, 1301, 1343.

Helseley, Helsley. See Hilsley.

Helstone, Helston, in Trigg hundred, co. Cornwall, manor of, 1172.

Hely. See Ceely;

Healy.

Hem, co. Denbigh, House, 1047;

manor of, 1047;

Frith Williams (Frith William) pasture, bailiff of, 1047.

Heming (Hemings), Isaac, of London, Merchant, wines etc. imported by, 831.

-, Samuel, fee farm rent, Norwich, 322, 656.

Hemlingford, co. Warwick, hundred of, duplicate assessment roll for, 53, 142.

Henault. See Waltham Forest, Hainault.

Henderson, John, ensign, royal bounty for, 236.

-, William, master of the Desire of Newcastle. 832.

Hendon, co. Middlesex, churchwardens of, payment to for repair of the parish church, 74.

manor of, bailiff and collector of, payment by, 443. See also Ingram, T.;

salary as, 74.

forfeited estates of the Marquess of Powys, 74, 4423, 711, 12991300;

in charge of the Auditor of Crown Revenues, co. Middlesex, 205;

receipts and profits from, payments out of, 185, 452, 477;

tenants of, to be heard by the Treasury Lords, 1393.

leases in, petitions for, 575, 708, 711, 849, 12991300.

tenants of, dinner for, 74.

tithes and rents of corn, grain etc., 74, 442.

woods in, 711.

overseers of the poor of, payment to, 74.

Parish church, repair of. See Hendon, churchwardens.

vicar of. See Smith, M.

vicar and successors, annuity to, 442, 530;

augmentation as royal bounty, 443.

vicarage profits, 4423.

Hendred. East. See East Hendred.

Hendredwey, Hendredweg, Hendrewydd, co. Denbigh, 1051. Errata, 1455.

Hendregyda, co. Denbigh, 1051;

Shedlands, 1051.

Hendrewydd. See Hendredwey.

Hendrick, , of London, merchant, wines etc. imported by, 831.

Hene, Sir Henry, tenant, London, 542.

Heney, Jeremy quartermaster, deserter from the Irish Army, 242.

Henley, [co. Oxford], agreement to convey mails to and from, 894.

Henley, Robert, Army payments for, 1070, 1122.

Henning, Casper Frederick, captain agent to the Earl of Portland, for the Royal Gardens, 38, 56, 66, 200, 222, 687, 725, 740, 834, 997, 1203, 1230, 1247, 1354;

disbursements in the Low Countries, 123;

loans by, 700, 725, 1354, 1355.

Henrietta Maria, Queen of Charles I., the Queen Mother, jointure lands of, 419, 482, 648, 653, 11023;

trustees for, 482. See also Jermyn, Henry, Earl of St. Albans;

Rich, Henry, Earl of Holland.

Henriques (Henrique), Peter, loans by, 914, 916.

Henry V., 663.

Henry VII., 311.

Henry VIII., lands granted by, 601, 663;

statude of, 1417.

Henry, Duke of Cornwall, Prince of Wales, son of James I., Lands recovered by, as parcel of the Duchy of Cornwall, 601, 663, 1142, 1172, 1174.

Henry, Peter, farmer of the Causey duty, Jersey and Guernsey, 343.

-, Wolff, Baron de Luttichau, petition of, for ships to bring Protestants from Silesia to Ireland, 452;

proposal of, sureties for, 516;

royal bounty for, 687, 716.

Henshaw, , vellum duty employment at Lewes, 658.

-, Walter, measurements of ships, London port, 1151.

Hensman, William, loan by, 913.

Henty, John, captain, commander of the Joseph, 246.

Heppoge, co. Kildare. See Keppoge.

Herbert, , issue to, for apprehending highwaymen, 297.

-, -, works oedered by, 534.

-, -, la, loan by, 915.

-, Arthur, Earl of Torrington, Admiral, agent for Marine Regiment of. See Griffiths, R.;

commissioners for victualling the Navy Preferred by, 1293;

Marine Regiment of, 302;

provisions for the fleet, 5, 261;

redemption of captives in Algiers, 256.

-, Charles, colonel, regiment of, 274.

-, Sir Edward, Justice of Chester and Flint, 1043.

-, Eliz., loans by, 88, 260.

-, Henry, 4th Lord Herbert of Cherbury, lease, mines in co. Merioneth, 153.

-, -, afterwards 5th Lord Herbert of Cherbury, arrears of Crown revenues, South Wales, 79, 97, 193, 753, 1366.

-, James, Receiver General of Prizes, 37, 203, 3756, 508, 522, 684, 793, 1233.

-, -, lease, rectory and tithes, Milton and Halstow, 155.

-, John, Conversion of one of the King's ships for the use of, 876, 900.

-, Matthew, Army clothing, 643.

-, Philip, Earl of Pembroke, land of, in Royston, purchased from, 749.

-, -, concerning office of collector of Strangers' Customs, London port, 936, 1320.

-, Richard, landwaiter's place, London port, 28.

-, Thomas, 27th Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, a grantee of lands for erection of Greenwich Hospital, 796;

caveat concerning grant of estate of Marquess of Powys, 1014;

Keeper of the Privy Seal (Lord Privy Seal), 411, 611, 718, 724, 1080, 1084;

loans by, 461, 641, 1080;

Lord Lieutenant, cos. Brecon and Radnor, 1292;

Lord Lieutenant, co. Wilts, 44, 490, 1292;

Lord Lieutenant, co. Monmouth, 610, 1291;

Marine Regiments of, 254, 265, 302, 506, 528, 750, 765;

agent for. See Balderston, T.;

plate and jewels granted to, in trust for the Countess of Derby, 1043.

-, -, Groom of the Queen's Privy Chamber, 1034, 1074, 1076, 1077.

-, William, 1st Marquess of Powys, creditors of, 1445;

estates of forfeited. 284, 1014, 1444;

ditto, co. Middlesex, 74, 185, 4423, 452. 477, 711, 943, 1299, 1445;

ditto, Wales (co. Montgomery), 54, 356, 461, 482, 637, 10089, 10549, 1445;

house of, repairs to, 363;

outlawed for treason, 54, 74, 205, 277, 356, 711;

rectories of, forfeited, 2778, 1054;

rents and profits of estates of, 205, 1446;

ditto, payments out of, 185, 197, 284, 291, 452, 454, 477, 899, 905, 923;

went to Ireland or France (in 1688), 1446.

-, -, Viscount Montgomery, petition of, for lease of Hendon manor, 575, 849;

concerning estate of, Maquess of Powys, 12991300, 1445;

mother of, estate of, 1445.

-, -, of Market Street, co. Bedford, highwayman apprehended by, reward for, 241.

Herclues, Ben., tidesman, Plymouth, 956.

Hereford county of, 238, 996, 1031, 1102.

Excise officers, 44, 489.

Justices of, 1291.

Lord Lieutenant. See Gerard.

Charles, Earl of Macclesfield;

Talbot, Charles, Duke of Shrewsbury.

raising seamen for the Fleet, 44, 489, 1291.

Receiver General, Commissioners etc. Assessments, 33, 84, 151, 228, 466, 589, 656, 823, 933, 1307, 1323.

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, Births etc. See Mattews, T.

Receiver General of Hearth-money. See Cox, R,;

Vaughan, R.

stamped vellum and paper, collector of duty on. See Mattews, T.

Hereford, bishop of, First Fruits arrears of, 1185.

Hereford, diocese of, tenths of, 401, 436.

Herle, Charles, collector of duty on stamped vellum etc., co. Bucks, 671.

Herman, Nicho., lands, near Chelsea, conveyed by, 696.

Hermon, , widow of, pension from the Queen for, 1127.

Herne (Heron), Charnock, a commissioner for Hackney Coaches. 1117;

royal bounty for, 897.

-, Edward, King's waiter, London port, 233, 234.

-, -, sewer to the Queen, 1034, 1074.

-, Frederick, a Commissioner for the Million Adventure (Lottery), 553, 983.

-, George, captain, East India Company assisted by, 361.

-, Sir John, surety for Viscount Preston, 647;

recognizances discharged, 686.

-, John, reward for apprehending highwaymen, 1217.

-, Sir Joseph, of London, merchant, account of money due to, 470.

Army clothing, 124, 339340, 402, 640, 1258.

bill for the war, 417.

bills of exchange, 40, 52, 113, 232, 294, 431, 499, 555, 586, 790, 1131;

losses sustained on, 304, 475, 5012, 550, 660, 984, 985.

bills or letters of credit for the Forces in Flanders, 113, 304, 330, 475, 501, 577, 592, 603, 6078, 612, 620, 631, 634, 642, 660, 678, 681, 726, 727, 743, 751, 754, 761, 767, 7745, 782, 7878, 793, 1016, 1441.

bond of for shipments by East India Company, 1211.

corresponders of, at Barbados, 315.

credits for the Artillery train in Flanders, 897, 904.

for the Navy Victuallers, 75, 424, 5556.

for the sick and wounded at Barbados, 3145.

grant of patent to coin copper farthings and halfpence, 668, 796.

grant of quit rents, Ireland, 340, 402.

issue to for goods services, 297.

loans by, 29, 340, 475, 595;

in behalf of the Orphans Bank, 1382;

not required from, for the revenue in Ireland, 175.

payments for the Danish Forces, 42, 52, 62, 75, 87, 294.

for the Duke of Savoy, 40, 7980, 109, 118, 123, 163, 186, 222, 4001, 417, 441, 595, 599, 985.

for the Elector of Saxony, 123, 163, 186, 222.

for the Envoy to the States General, 586.

for forage for troops at Lige, 207, 225, 311.

for Hanoverian troops, 10, 19, 26, 32, 42, 51, 61, 75, 86, 102, 123, 133.

for the poor Vandois, 586.

permit to send ships to Newfoundland, 112;

ditto, for the Straits, 353, 365.

Privy Purse payments for, 147, 163.

proposal to coin full alloy permission schellings in Flanders, 594.

proposal to remit moneys to Flanders in exchange for permission to export silver, 1376, 1377.

saltpetre supplies for the Ordnance, 692, 699, 707, 737.

to attend Treasury Lords, 1398, 1440.

trustee for the Orphans' Fund, 1382.

-, Nathaniel, of London, merchant, permit for ships to go to Newfoundland, 165.

-, Nicholas, consul at Leghorn, 721, 736;

consul at Alicante, 1270, 1283.

-, See also Hearne.

Heron. See Herne.

Herring, John, lieutenant, half pay, 98.

-, Oliver, waiter to attend glasshouses, 1204, 1247.

Herriot, James, loan by, 911.

Hertford, county of, 117, 467, 512, 540, 891, 989, 1223.

assessments, irregularities in, 1079.

Crown Land revenues, accounts, 1260;

auditor of, See Aldworth, W.;

Phillips, J.;

Receiver General of, payment by, 1263.

Custos Rotulorum. See Capel, Algernon, Earl of Essex.

deputy sheriff of. See Toller, B.

Excise officers, 44, 489490.

Lord Lieutenant, See Capel, Algernon. Earl of Essex.

raising seamen in, 44, 490, 1291.

Receiver General, Commissioners etc. of Assessments, 32, 145, 152, 310, 420, 465, 589, 662, 723, 933, 1307, 1342.

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, Births etc. See Richards, T.

Receiver General of Hearthmoney. See Amy, T.;

Potts, S. Receiver of Taxes, See St. John, J.

sheriff of, 1021.

stamped vellum and paper, collector of duty on. See Isaacson, F.

Hertford, co. Hertford, 467;

highway. men etc. convicted at, 1136;

innkeepers of, payment for quartering troops, 985.

Hertogh, Frederick, proposal of, to secure revenue on woollen manufactures, 1421;

to check list of foreign nominees for annuities, 1431.

Heruart. See Hervard.

Hervard (Heruart, Hervary, Herwart), Esther, See Tour, Esther de la.

-, Philibertus d', Envoy Extraordinary to the Swiss Cantons, 121, 138, 237, 673, 676, 845, 1010, 1080, 1157, 1162, 1304, 1357;

issues to, for French Protestants in Switzerland, 664, 668;

loans by, 138, 676, 1080, 1162, 1310.

Herwart. See Hervard.

Hesse-Cassel, Landgrave of, Court of, 848;

envoy from. See Tettau, ;

minister to. See Stepney, G.;

subsidies for, 1039, 1370.

Heasse[-Darmstadt], Prince of, regiment of, 52, 91, 105, 235, 299, 321, 359, 483, 509, 572, 891.

Hest, West, co. Lancaster, rents in, 1020.

Hester, Thomas, tenant, Windmill Fields, London, 541, 542.

Heup, Esther le, executrix of Sieur de la Bretonniere, 1154.

Hewer, William, accounts examined by, 257.

Hewet. See Hewett.

Hewetson (Hewitson), Thomas, colonel, commander of the Lyon, services in the Leeward Islands, 95, 1211;

attending the Treasury Lords, 1407.

Hewett (Hewet, Hewit, Hewitt), , deputy to Auditor Aldworth, 418, 419.

-, George, Viscount Hewett of Gowran, Army pay arrears, 268, 281, 779, 794;

regiment of, 161, 272, 279, 286-7, 347, 779, 794;

sick at Chester, 286-7;

sister and executrix of. See Wiseman, Lady Arabella.

-, James, of New York, mariner, 1072.

-, John, receiver of Crown Revenues, cos. Leicester, Lincoln, Northants and Warwick, 720, 778;

receiver off fee farm rents unsold, ibid., 795.

-, Jos., loan by, 914.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of Crown Revenues, cos. Leicester, Lincoln and Warwick, 1193-4.

-, -, Surveyor General of Woods, Trent North, 1348.

Hewitson. See Hewetson.

Hewitt. See Hewett.

Hewlington, co. Denbigh, manor and commote of, 1047;

bailiff of, 1047;

Lords Meadow. 1047;

Madox Moor. 1047.

Hext, Amias, pension for, 192.

-, Juliana, wife of Amias, pension for, 192.

Heycoop, , contractor for forage, 1039.

Heyford (Hayford), Anthony, colonel, widow of, 73, 964.

-, Elizabeth, widow of Anthony, royal bounty for, 73, 147, 964, 966, 1334, 1360, 1436, Errata, 1458.

Heylin's Park. See Highlands Park.

Heymant. See Hirnant.

Heysham, Rob., ships for Barbados, 353.

Heywood. See Hayward.

Hickman, Henry, major, captain in the Duke of Bolton's regiment, 740.

Hicks, John, waiter and searcher, Carlisle, 153.

-, Joseph, highwayman apprehended by, reward for, 192.

-, Sir Michael, loan by, 911.

-, Paul, tidesurveyor, Plymouth port, 879.

Higgate. See Hygate.

Higgins (Higgons, Huggins), Alexander, debts due to Susanna Tobyn, wife of, as executrix of M. Boynton. 618, 863.

-, George, a conspirator, apprehended, 1331, 1362;

fine set upon, for wounding J. Woodhouse, 263.

-, -, lease, farm in Hendon manor, petition for, 708.

-, Leo, boatman and tidesman, Whitehaven port, 872-3, Errata 1452.

-, the two, traitors, apprehended, 1345.

Higginson, Nath., East India Company assisted by, 361.

Higgons. See Higgins.

High Lake. See Hoylake.

High Peak, co. Derby, hundred of, copper mines in, 176.

Higham, Alexander, gunner at Upnor Castle, petition for pay, 1321.

-, Bed-, loan by, 912.

Higham Ferrers, co. Northampton, manor of, 606, 653, 919, 936, 1021;

Courts of, steward of, 919.

Higham Park, co. Northampton, rent of, 919.

Highlands, River Dee, overflown by spring tides, 1220.

Highlands Park, Heylin's Park, in Tatenhill, co. Stafford, 1435.

Hildenborough, Hildenborow, co. Kent, manor of, rent ont of. 1453.

Hildyerd. See Hillyard.

Hill (Hile), , permit to export horses to Ireland, 610.

-, -, silk lace seized by, 458.

-, Christoher, Master of the Queen's Barges, 1036, 1075, 1076.

-, Eleanor, wife of John, widow of Col. A. Douglas, petition for grant of Arkengarthdale Chase, 519, 1119.

-, Giles, master of the Ruby. 360.

-, Hump., loan by, 720.

-, John, highwayman apprehended by, reward for, 191, 297.

-, -, lease, Arkengarthdale Chase, 519, 581, 1094, 1119.

-, Nicho., estate conveyed to, 566.

-, Peter, shipments of tin. captured by the French, 931, 961, 1082.

-, Richard, Envoy Extraordinary to the Elector of Bavaria. 1343, 1344.

-, -, Latin Secretary to the King, 522, 523, 904, 955, 1323, 1329,;

loans by, 522, 1329.

-, -, Paymaster of the Forces in Flanders, 216, 218, 225, 231, 805, 813, 972, 997, 1011, 1064, 1236, 1237, 1244, 1247, 1251, 1256, 1326, 1342, 1367, 1368, 1370, 1372, 1373, 1409, 1412, 1414, 1419, 1421, 1443-4.

-, Samuel, Army clothing debt due to, 487.

-, Stephen, watchman, London port, 240, 395, 422.

-, Tho., alias Hyet, robbery on the highway, 943.

-, Thomas, colonel, Company of Foot in the Leeward Islands, 375, 557, 570;

agent to. See Carpenter, N.

-, -, of Cheshunt, cordwainer, highwayman arrested by, reward for, 117, 159.

-, William. captain, commander of the Princess, 365.

-, -, farmer of the Revenue. Ireland, debts of, discharged, 580.

Hillhouse, Abra., captain, royal bounty for, 236.

Hilliard. See Hillyard.

Hillier, Samuel, et al., Army clothing debt due to, 625.

-, See also Hellier.

Hills, Elizabeth, widow of Henry, a Recusant, convicted, 527;

caveat against grant to, of husband's share in the Printing Office, 610.

-, George, a Recusant, estate of, 527.

-, Gilham, a manager of the King's Printing Office, Blackfriars, 494, 527, 815, 878, 1319;

loans by, 878, 886, 891, 1319.

-, Henry, of London, share in the King's Printing Office, Blackfriars 494, 610;

estates of Recusants, 526-7.

-, James, a Recusant, estate of, 527.

Hillswood. See Oundle.

Hillyard (Hildyerd, Hilliard, Hylderd), Christopher, steward to St. Mary's monastery, York, 636, 696.

-, Philip, former Chamberlain of the Exchequer, 218.

Hilsley (Helseley, Helsley), Johnanna, pension from the Queen for, 1129, 1132, 1259.

Hilton, co. Durham, manor of, fee farm rent of, 862, 931, 982, 988, 992.

Hindustan, Mogul of, war against by East India Company, 360. See also India.

Hingeston, Benj., lease, sandy etc. lands, near Plymouth, 442, 471.

Hinson, Alan, ensign, royal bounty fork, 236.

Hinton, Edward, highwayman, 1136.

Hinxton, co. Cambridge, manor of, rent for, 1026.

Hirfryn Mill. Huerevrin Mill, co. Carmarthen, 336.

Hirnant, Harant, Heymant, co. Montgomery, 1058, 1059.

Hispaniola, French in, strengthened by the French from the Windward Islands, 345;

ditto, take ships of Jamaica, 345;

ditto, destroy plantations in Jamaica. 345;

ships sent to destroy the French in, 345;

Spanish wrecks near, 550-1.

Hitchcock, Simon, dismissed Customs officer, Lyme Regis port, 1253.

Hitchin, co. Herts, assessment irregularities in division of, 1079.

Hitchinson (Hitchingson), William, proposal to make tin farthings etc. for Ireland, 106.

Hoar (Hoare), Edward, of Kinsale, agent for the Victualling, licence for cutting timber, 432.

-, Henry, grandson of, and assistant to James, 1391-2.

-, James, Comptroller of the Mint, 1299;

grandson of, to be assistant to, 1391-2;

house of, in the Tower, for extension of the Mint, 1322.

-, Luke, house of, Ormond's Quay, Dublin, 354.

-, Richard, of London, goldsmith, a receiver of the Million Adventure (Lottery), 549.

-, Thomas, Farmer of the Revenue, Ireland, debts of, discharged, 580.

Hobert, Sir Henry, Vice-Admiral, co. Norfolk, raising seamen for the Fleet, 489, 902, 1291.

Hoblyn (Hoblin), Jane, wife of John, lease, Boyton, 44;

lease, messuage in the Barton of Bradridge, 394.

-, John, lease, Boyton, 44;

lease, messuage in the Barton of Bradridge, 289-290, 294, 394.

-, Richard, steward of manors in the duchy and county of Cornwall, 1254.

Hobman, Hesketh, mortgage on M. Jenkinson's estate, 924.

Hoby, Thomas, warrant to fell trees in New Forest, 507.

Hoddy, , doctor, issues to, for A. Slade, 1240, 1276.

Hodge Lands, [co. Berks], 1024;

in Winkfield, 1024.

Hodges, John, of London, merchant, Customs debt, composition of, 328.

-, Richard, et al., accoutrements for the Army, 535.

-, Robert, colonel, regiment of, 21, 111, 117, 251;

administrator of, 169.

Hodgson, John, deputy Comptroller, Liverpool port, 59, 334.

-, -, of Lancaster, merchant, Customs debts, 474, 556.

Hodson, Richard, reward to, for apprehending C. Goodman, 1362.

Hoffman, , resident from the Emperor of Germany, 615;

wine sent to residence of, St. James's Street, 1239-1240.

Hogg, Thomas, master of the David Pink, 1348.

Hogginton. See Hokington.

Hoghen (Fergen), Jacob, master of the Ulrica Eleonora, 135.

Hoglade. See Bradford, co. Devon.

Hogsthorpe, co. Lincoln, manor of, 588.

Hokington, Hogginton, co. Cambridge, rent for lands etc. in, 1026.

Holder, George, royal bounty for, 455, 721, 868.

-, Richard, of London, merchant and shipowner, transport charges, 739, 861-2.

Holdernesse, Earl of. See Darcy, Conyers;

Darcy, Robert;

Ramsay, John.

Holding (Houlding), Ann, widow, Navy pay arrears of husband and uncle of, 243.

Hole Port, Barbados, Customs officer at, 447.

Holecross (Hollicross, Holycross), Jeremiah, tidesman's place, London port, 1213;

waiter and searcher, Sidmouth, 956, 1213.

Holetown, Barbados, 437;

Receiver of the Four and a Half per cent. Duty at. See Nagle, R.

Holford, Charles, watchman-in-fee, London port, 1207.

-, John, Excise officer, debt of, 784.

-, -, reward for apprehending J. Smith, 1215, 1217.

-, Joseph, Excise matter concerning money received by, 827.

-, William, secretary to Frederick, Duke of Schomberg, 1014;

death of, 1139.

Holker. See Lolcar.

HOLLAND, alamodes from, seized, 1238.

Ambassadors from the States General, 1377;

houses of, 1169, 1212, See also Citters, A. van;

Kleverskirk;

Ambassador to Spain;

See Citters, A. van.

Bank of England to establish credits in, 1374.

bills of exchange, remittances to, and credits for the British forces in Flanders and Holland, 534, 660, 786, 1090, 1105, 1316, 1367, 1380, 1383, 1417, 1420, 1421, 1427, 1441.

bottles for, 1248.

boxes from, for the Queen, 78.

butter from, 1169.

calico from, seized, 844.

chairs from, for the Queen, 381.

chariot for, 1248.

chests from, for the Queen, 381.

china cups and saucers from, seized, 1226.

chocolate from, carried back to, 55.

Church, Dutch, the Queen's pension for, 1128.

clothes for, 163.

convoy from 1240;

ditto, Dutch, prohibited goods imported by, 1104.

damask from, seized, 1226.

Danish envoy going to, 108.

Dutch forces. See Index of SubjectsArmy.

East India goods imported from, prohibited, 1398.

Emperor borrowing money in, 1443.

Envoy Extraordinary to the States General. See Berkeley, Charles, Viscount Dursley;

Villiers, Edward, Viscount Villiers.

envoy from the States General. See Hopp.

extract from Register of the resolutions of the States General, 738.

Forces or Army, British Forces in, or going to. See Index of SubjectsArmy.

furniture from, 1348.

goods bought in, 1078.

goods from, 186;

for the Queen, 16, 381;

regulations for men-of-war bringing, 1166.

goods to, and from, of ambassadors, officers etc., 108, 161, 230, 269, 379, 381, 382, 388, 479, 594, 595-6, 627-8, 641, 662, 816, 818, 821, 822, 861, 966, 1003, 1105, 1169, 1212, 1224, 1225, 1227, 1248, 1316, 1348, 1377.

harness from, 1348.

horses for, 163, 171, 195, 272, 314, 510, 521.

horses purchased in, 495.

iron ordnance for, 839.

jewellery bought in, 1078.

linen manufactures of the United Provinces, higher duty on, 485.

livery cloth for, 1248.

loans in, 1443.

lottery in, 1443

mails conveyed between England and, 142.

minister to the States General, 713.

money furnished by the States General for the Duke of Savoy, 401.

money remitted to, rates of exchange, 1369, 1376.

muslins from, 54, 90, 403, 1195.

napkins from 382;

diaper 389.

officers, ambassadors etc. coming from, or going to, 230, 269, 369, 594.

pacquet boats, 142, 483;

passengers and goods seached for gold, 1174.

paunches from, seized, 377.

payment in, for ships sunk, 1111.

pearl potashes (Russian) from prohibited, 339.

powder from, or bought in, 1279, 1360, 1424, 1425, 1431, 1434.

products of India, imported from, seized, 696.

Resident in (at the Hague). See Prior, M.

saltpetre from, or bought in, 1327, 1402, 1424, 1431, 1435.

seamen and soldiers of, pay of, 1111;

passage from England for, 418;

relief of, 352, 367-8, 537, 601.

Secretary in. See Zuilichem.

ships from, 16, 78, 186, 379, 381, 382, 629-8, 641, 816, 818, 821, 1212, 1224, 1225, 1316.

ships of, 94;

hired for transports, 499, 508, 593.

ships purchased in, 596.

ships to, 108;

transports, 111, 163, 171, 195.

ships trading to, compelled to return to England, 160;

from Ireland, 866;

no embargo on, 429, 831, 1212.

silk from, seized, 331, 377, 815, 929, 1195, 1226.

silver from, 1348.

tea from, seized, 844, 1226.

tiles from, painted according to the Queen's directions, 976.

velvet from, seized, 1226.

war stores from, 78.

war with, the first, temp. Charles II., 776, 837;

prizes taken in, the king indemnifield against second sale of, 413, 702.

William III. in, or going to, 154, 152, 172, 186, 471, 594, 1289;

baggage and goods of, 111, 379, 821, 1003, 1224;

hackney coachmen attending, 495, 496;

horse of, brought from, 496, 632, 650;

stables and equipage, account of payments for, 495-6;

yacht, 1104.

wines from, 1204;

for the Queen, 229;

Canary, 54, 90.

wines, Portugal, for export to, 832-3, 893, 1040.

Holland, Earl of. See Rich, Henry.

Holland, Ambrose, highwayman, 236.

-, John, collector, Hull port, 253, 328;

collector, Newcastle port, 254, 328, 376;

Comptroller, Newcastle port, 377;

surveyor extraordinary of the landwaiters, London port, 377.

-, Katherine, lands near Clitheroe, co. Lancs, 809-810.

-, Roger, lieutenant, royal bounty for, 236.

-, -, mistakes in Londonderry officers' accounts, 149.

Holland House. See Kensington.

Holles (Hollis), Denzil, Lord Holles, trustee for Queen Catherine, 96, 505, 538, 1103.

-, Hannah, loan by, 915.

-, John, Duke of Newcastle, Lord Lieutenant, co. Nottingham, 1291.

-, Thomas, loan by, 917.

Hollicross. See Holecross.

Hollidge, James, merchant, duty on lapis calaminaris exported by, 451, 866.

Hollingbourn, co. Kent, rent out of lands in, 1021.

Hollis. See Holles.

Holloway (Holoway), Charles, stewardship of East Hendred and Shippon manors, 1226.

-, -, Treasurer of the Inner Temple, 269.

Hollyhand, Darby, captain, Irish Army officer at Limerick, 243.

Hollywood, Lower Talbotstown barony co, Wicklow, 336.

Holm Hill, Holmhill, co. Southampton, causeway at, mending of, 971.

Holme, in Hampsthwaite parish, co York, tenants of, fee farm rents of, 1019.

-, Holme Castle, co. Worcester. See Ham;

Ham Castle.

Holme Cultram, co. Cumberland, manor of, 53, 77, 96;

monastery of, 96.

Holmer, co. Bucks, manor of, rent out of, 1024.

Holmes, , traitor, apprehended, 1345.

-, Edward, estate of, Wallwood, 60.

-, George, major, royal bounty for, 236.

-, Mary, daughter of Edward, estate of, Wallwood, 60.

-, Nicholas, captain, royal bounty for, 236.

-, Richard, collector of duty on stamped vellum etc., co. Sussex, 672.

-, Sir Robert, account required of moneys received for raising seamen, 240.

-, Susanne. See Farrington, Susanne.

-, William, loan by, 914.

Holmhill. See Holm Hill.

Holoway. See Holloway.

Holt, alias Castle Leons (Castle Lyons), co. Denbigh, 1046;

bailiff of, 1046;

Barnstables Common, 1046;

Crackstrings Meadow, 1046.

Holt, Cha., of Stoke Lyne, surety for J. Parran, 967.

-, Edward, East India Company assisted by, 361.

-, Henry, colonel, regiment of, in the West Indies, 875, 906, 942, 989, 1045, 1116, 1118, 1131, 1133, 1212, 1267, 1276, 1293, 1365, 1422, 1426, 1428.

-, Sir John, Lord Chief Justice, 1079;

loans by, 420, 524.

Holycross. See Holecross.

Holyhead, Anglesea, horses exported from, 180.

Holywell, co. Flint, waste ground between Flint and, a coal work there, 1256.

Homrigh, Bartholomew van, Commissary General of Provisions, Ireland, 63-4, 179, 214, 383.

Honiton, co. Devon, 545.

Honor (Honnor), Isaac, of London, merchant, petition for Customs employment, 1219.

-, [William], surety for King.

Honnor. See Honor.

Honslaerdyck, Honslardyck, Holland, 1128.

Hoo, Hooe, co. Kent, rents of assize in, 880.

Hoo Ness Fort, Hownes's Battery, Howness Fort, co. Kent, gunners of, issues for, 1132, 1158.

Hooe. See Hoo.

Hook (Hooke), , accounts of the Treasurer of the Navy, 670, 1388, 1403;

leave of absence from the Excise Office, 670.

-, Henry, major, Fort Major at Plymouth, 644.

-, John, Chief Justice, cos. Anglesea, Carnarvon, and Merioneth, 1168.

-, -, of London, merchant, annuity purchased by, 1355.

Hooker, William, Deputy Receiver General, Duchy of Cornwall, 303, 366, 341, 470, 834.

Hookes, Robert, executor of Capt. T. Griffiths, 149, 461, 519.

Hooper, , timber merchant, 328.

-, Charles, bill of, payment of, 1077.

-, Daniel, collector, waiter and searcher, Oistins Port, Barbados, 447.

-, Israel. reward for apprehending C. Goodman, 1362.

Hope, the, [Hope Point. co. Kent], ships to perform quarantine at, 349.

Hope. John. lieutenant-colonel, fire and candle for Coldstream Regiment, 1110.

Hope Point. See Hope, the.

Hopegood, Francis, of London, merchant, petition for ships to go to the Straits, 365.

Hopkins, Geo., of Evesham, surety for W, Martin, 446, 451.

-, Hen., sheriff, co. Monmouth, 610.

Hopp, , envoy from the States General, diamond ring presented to, 627.

Hopson, Charles, Purveyor of the Works. 694, 702, 1137.

Hordesnell. See Horzdesnell.

Hornby (Hornbys, Horneby), , trustee for the Orphans' Fund, advance by, on behalf of the Society of the Orphans' Bank, 1382.

-, Edmd., surety for deputy postmaster, Preston, 1284.

-, Joseph, of Furnival's Inn, grant, tenement in Almondbury and Kirkburton, 287-8, 656-7.

-, -, surety for William, 778, 822.

-, Nathaniel, Excise Commissioner, 739, 903, 939;

Hearthmoney Commissioner, 227;

bond for payment of interest on Customs duties. 1068;

loans by, 524, 535.

-, [Nathaniel], and partners, proposal for the Excise, 1386, 1387, 1389.

-, William, collector of Excise, sureties for, 778, 822.

Hornchurch, co. Essex, 25.

Horneby. See Hornby.

Hornsea, Horsea, co. York, manor of, 519.

Horslade. See Bradford, co. Devon.

Horst, Arnold van, Judge Advocate, 639.

Horton, Hugh, Receiver General of Assessments. co. Bucks, 33, 152, 390, 420, 465, 589, 642, 798, 933, 1237, 1306;

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, Births etc., co. Bucks, 1041.

-, John, master of the Tryall, 444.

-, Thomas, payment by, 1076.

Horwell, Thomas, collector of duty on stamped vellum etc., co. Cronwall, 671.

Horwood, Edwd., caveat in behalf of bishop of London, 285.

Horzdesnell (Hordesnell), [Hen.], Chief Justice of Bermuda, 550-1.

Hosier (Hosyer), , to attend W Lowndes, 1418.

-, George, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Salop, 34, 152, 466, 590, 933, 1307;

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages Births etc., co. Salop, 1042.

-, [Richard], inspector of seizures, 1083.

Hoskenstiles, Jos., loan by, 916.

Hoskins, Benjamin, captain, share of prize taken by, 947, 996-7, 1109.

Hoskys, , waiter to attend glasshouses, 1204.

-, See also Hotchkiss.

Hospital, I', Madam, pension from the Queen for, 1129.

-, -, Monsieur, pension from the Queen for, 1129.

Hosyer. See Hosier.

Hotchkis, Samuel, loan by, 909, 915.

-, See also Hoskys.

Houblon, Abraham, receiver of sub scriptions to the Bank of England, 954;

[a Director of the Bank of England], 1414.

-, Isaac, of London, merchant, wines imported by, 831;

loans by, 915;

bond of, for East India Company's shipments, 1211.

-, Sir James, of London, merchant, Commissioner for Public Accounts, 722, 807, 898, 1066;

[a Director of the Bank of England], 1376, 1441, 1443;

ships for Spain, 289, 295.

-, Sir John, Commissioner of the Admiralty, 629, 1334;

Commissioner for the Million Adventure (Lottery), 552, 983;

credit for victualling the fleet at Cadiz, 441, 556;

Governor of the Bank of England, 1366, 1384, 1394, 1401;

informations on oath taken before, 701;

loans by, 998;

receiver of subscriptions for the Bank of England, 742, 954, 998;

surety for, J. Houblon, 659.

-, John, receiver of subscriptions for the Bank of England, sureties for, 659.

Hougham, Charles, laceman, Army clothing, 144, 175, 203.

Houghton, Francis, East India Company assisted by, 361.

-, See also Haughton.

Houlding. See Holding.

Hounslow Heath, co. Middlesex, encampment, 115, 700, 1115.

cash and stores at, accounts of, 762, 812.

hay etc. left by troops, to be sold, 750.

provisions for, 1136;

proposal for furnishing, 1124.

regiments at, 729, 744, 760, 762.

hospital at, matron of. See Harris, M.

works done at, 1318.

Houseman, James. See Howsman.

Hoveden, Authony, lieutenant, lease, Ireland, 160.

How. See Howe.

How Court. See Howcourt.

How End. See Arthuret.

Howard (Howart), , Cardinal, lands, Stafford Castle etc., in trust for the College or Society de Propaganda Fide, Rome, 591.

-, Amand, loan by, 908.

-, Charles, Earl of Carlisle, Governor of Carlisle castle and city, 678, 818;

lease, as trustee, of Viscount Preston's estates, co. Cumberland etc., 134, 276, 358, 460, 485-6, 647, 763, 1161, 1255, 1393, 1419, 1423, 1425, 1431.

-, -, Lord Howard of Effingham, Governor of Virginia, 781.

-, Craven, petition of, for grant of common sewers water in London, Westminster etc., 285.

-, Edward, royal bounty for, 1102, 1111, 1334, 1360, 1378.

-, Henry, Duke of Norfolk, Custos Rotulorum co. Berks, 489, 1291;

Lord Lieutenant, cos. Berks and Surrey, 44, 489, 1291;

loan by, 159;

pension for, 158;

regiment of, 397.

-, James, Earl of Suffolk, keeper of Audley End, 211.

-, Mary, Viscountess Stafford, lands of, Stafford Castle etc., 591.

-, Philip, captain, assignment by, of stewardship fee, Muchland manor, 167.

-, -, colonel, annuity for, 45;

issues to, for services relating to potashes etc., 431, 1099, 1119, 1149.

-, Ralph, doctor, house of, in Sheep Street, Dublin, 691.

-, Sir Robert, Auditor of the Receipt, 7, 30, 161, 273, 333, 398-9, 412, 439, 445, 450, 452, 470, 505, 560, 571, 616, 679, 685, 724, 759, 866, 878, 922, 1078, 1268, 1288, 1343, 1373, 1388, 1411;

farmer of the Post Fines, 1169.

-, Mris, Stewart Walbart (Steward Walburt), Maid of Honour to the Queen, 1034, 1075.

-, Thomas, Earl of Berkshire, farmer of the Post Fines, 1169.

-, -, a teller of the Exchequer issue for repairing house of, 291, 320.

-, -, yeoman of the Tents and Toils, removing deer to St. James's Park, 481-2, 477, 504.

-, William, Viscount Stafford, lands of, seized, 591;

4,000, Masses for soul of, 591.

Howcourt, How Court, co. Sussex, manor of, rent issuing out of, 881.

Howe (How), Alexander, landwaiter, Bristol port, 638, 872;

surveyor, Bristol port, 872;

warehousekeeper's place, London port, 638.

-, Charles, tidesman-in-fee, London port, 565.

-, Emanuel Scroop, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 34, 35, 563, 973.

-, James, Navy Victualler, 1293.

-, John, a clerk and minister in the Receipt, 970.

-, -, searcher and waiter, Speights Bay, Barbados, 447.

-, Sir Richard Grobham, surety for J. Bennett, 690, 1181.

-, Robert, footman to the Queen, 1035, 1075.

-, Sir Scroop, Comptroller of the Excise, 152, 166, 182, 1185, 1299, 1394, 1427.

Howell, Edward, tenant, lands in Pool, 1055.

-, Mary, loan by, 907.

Howells, George, Receiver General of Assessments, cos. Cramarthen, Glamorgan and Pembroke, 34, 152, 418, 435, 466, 590, 933, 1308;

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, Births etc., cos. Cardigan, Carmarthen, Glamorgan and Pembroke, 1042.

Howend. See Arthuret.

Howes. See Hows.

Howland, Walter, sheriff, co. Surrey, 70.

Howlett, Hen., deputy searcher, Fowey port, 728.

Howling, Robert, keeper, walk of, in Salcey Forest, 948.

Hownes's Battery. See Hoo Ness.

Howness Fort. See Hoo Ness.

Hows (Howes, Howse), Edward, Ordnance payment for, 153.

-, George, churchwarden, Kensington parish church, 1324.

Howsman (Howseman), James, surveyor, Hull port, 889.

Howson, Samuel, collector of duty on stamped vellum etc., cos. Anglesea, Carnarvon etc., 672.

Hoylake, High Lake, co. Chester, 229, 1220;

Redslows near, 1220.

Hoyle, Antho., waiter to attend glasshouses, 1204.

-, Geo., master of the Exchange, 1152.

-, John, killed by G. Pitt, 49.

-, Thomas, robbery on the highway, 830.

Huband, Sir John, receiver of subscriptions to the Bank of England, 954.

Hubank (Hubanke), Henry, colonel, pension or royal bounty for, 31, 168.

Hubbald, William, Paymaster of the Artillery Train, Ireland, 148, 879.

Hubbard, Sir Henry, payment for stationery, 495.

Hubbert, William, tidesman and weigher, Yarmouth, 90.

Hubblethorne (Hubblethorn), Charles, son of John, wounded at Limerick, Irish pension for, 713.

-, Dorothy, widow of John, Irish pension for, 359, 713, 784.

-, John, colonel, killed at sea, 713.

Huchinson. See Hutchinson.

Huddleston (Hudleston), Andrew, Receiver General of Assessments, cos. Cumberland and Westmorland, 34, 152, 231, 420, 466, 590, 934, 1124, 1308, 1326;

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, Births etc., cos. Cumberland and Westmorland, 1042.

-, Edward, major, Excise bond, 238.

-, Ferdinando, son of Edward, collector and receiver of Excise, co. York, North Riding, 238.

-, Joseph, of Newcastle, merchant, tobacco bought and exported by, 377.

-, Wilfrid, customer's or collector's place, Carlisle port, 1301.

Hudson, , captain, commander of the Henry, 93.

-, George, clerk, chaplain in Virginia, 771, 777.

-, Peter, powder maker, frauds committed by, 365.

-, Roger, loans by, 260, 907, 910.

-, William, haberdasher, 3, 11, 30.

Hudson's Straits, prizes taken by Hudson's Bay Company in entrance to, 552.

Huerevrin. See Hirfryn.

Huggins, Leo. See Higgins.

Hughes (Hugh, Hughs), , agent for Colonel W. Wolseley, 1426.

-, Charles, riding-surveyor, Jersey, 1126.

-, Edmd., house of, in Talbots Lane, Dublin, 691.

-, Hugh, agent in Germany, 121, 138, 1181, 1188.

-, Patrick, captain, Irish Army officer at Limerick, 243.

-, Richard, tenant, farm of market etc., tolls, Llanrhaiardr, 1059.

-, Robert, tenant, Talloyn, 1048.

-, Thomas, King's bricklayer's place, 835.

-, William, captain, commander of the Hampshire, 460.

Hughson, Samuel, Receiver General of Crown revenues, North Wales, 3. 139-140, 587.

Huguenots. See FranceProtestant refugees;

IrelandProtestant.

Huguney, Ste., bill of, payment of, 1077.

Hulbert, George, boatman, Faversham and Milton, 1126.

Hull (Kingston-on-Hull), co. York, 386, 1008, 1303.

collector of, 49, 149. See also Dickenson G.;

Holland, J.;

Mason, H.;

clerk to. See Evered, P.

comptroller of. See Mitton, T.

Customs officers of, 17, 413, 889, 1296.

garrison of, 484, 762.

jetties abutting on harbour of, repairs of, 216.

mayor and burgees of, 216.

Receiver General of Assessments. See Williamson, R.

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, Births etc. See Williamson, R.

ship from, 430.

stamped vellum and paper duty, collector of. See Claver, J.

surveyor of. See Howsman, J.

Hull, , lease, Arkengarthdale Forest 955, 1376.

-, , transportation to Maryland as chaplain, royal bounty for, 524.

-, Dionisia, widow, houses of, in Cork and Kinsale, 344.

-, James, of Plymouth, merchant, 88, 217.

-, Richard, loan by, 524.

Hullier. See Hellier.

Hulse, Hugh, apothecary, Army deductions for, 251.

Hulton. See Halton.

Humber, River, Customs surveyor of, 324.

Humberston, Matthew, loans by, 88, 260.

Hume (Humes), George, wagoner, petition of, 324.

-, Peter, Yeoman of the Removing Wradrobe, 60, 246, 248, 273, 297, 303, 572, 573, 587, 617, 822, 1198, 1303, 1403;

a Commissioner of the Million Adventure (Lottery) 553, 983;

inspector of meters under duties on coal etc., 1197.

Humphreys (Humfreys, Humphry, Humphryes, Humphrys), Anne, journey to Ireland, 1383.

-, John, transportation to Maryland as chaplain, royal bounty for, 553, 582.

-, Robert, fitting rooms in the Star Chamber for the Trial of the Pix, 67;

issue to, for the Pix dinner, 128.

-, -, loans by, 907, 911.

-, [Robert, deputy auditor of Crown revenues, Wales], 587;

concerning objections to a grant to Earl of Portland, 1407, 1408, 1412.

-, William, payment for pasturage, Wallwood, 106-7.

-, -, tenant, Guilsfield, 1057.

Hunde, Francis, tenant, Beggis manor, 1055.

Hungary, map of, 249.

Hungerford, cos. Berks and Wilts, innholders and inhabitants of, debts due for troops quartered on, 49, 93, 484;

Park, chapel in, 1020.

Hungroad, on River Avon, near Bristol, 968.

Hunsdon, Lady. See Carey, Elizabeth;

Carey, Margaret.

-, Lord. See Carey, George;

Carey, Robert.

Hunt, Abbot. See Newell.

-, Arabella, loan by, 915.

Hunter, Andrew, lieutenant, royal bounty for, 236.

-, John, ensign, royal bounty for, 236.

Huntercombe, Huntercomb, [co. Bucks], manor of, rent out of, 1021.

Huntingdon, county of, 505, 523, 538, 643.

chantry lands in, 1021.

Crown Revenues in, accounts to be stated, 1260;

auditor of. See Aldworth, W.;

Phillips, J.

Custos Rotulorum of. See Montagu, Charles, Earl of Manchester.

Excise officers, 44, 489-490.

fee farm rents in, 1018-9, 1025.

Lord Lieutenant. See Montagu, Charles, Earl of Manchester.

raising seamen in, for the fleet, 44, 490, 1291.

Receiver General etc. of Assessments, 34, 151, 220, 299, 311, 466, 589, 934, 1043, 1307, 1332. Errata, 1457.

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, Births etc. See Love, W.

stamped vellum and paper, duty on, collector of. See Mason, J.

Huntstown, Castleknock barony, co. Dublin, 316, 988.

Hurle, [John], captain, master of the Providence, 444.

Hurst (Hurt), Clement, wife of William, custodiam lease, rents in co. Herts, 989.

-, John, issues to, for carrying letters, 27, 182, 267, 351, 453, 559, 674, 689, 786, 790, 864, 967, 1137, 1217, 1271.

-, William, custodiam lease, rents in co. Herts, 989.

Hurst's Lands. See Winkfield.

Hunt, Thomas, tidesman, Plymouth, port, 455.

-, William, collector, Dartmouth and Exeter, 151, 253.

-, See also Hurst.

Hussey (Hussy), , Lady, widow of Sir William, 1216.

-, Christopher lands of, co. Meath, forfeited, 1013.

-, Edmd., Gentleman of the Guards of the Irish Army at Limerick, 243.

-, James, lands of, Deece barony, co. Meath, forfeited, 629, 1013.

-, John, goods and rents, co. Cork, concealed by, 757.

-, Thomas. lands of, co. Meath, forfeited, 629, 927, 1063.

-, Sir William, Ambassador to the Grand Seignior, body of, landing of, 1215;

ditto, brought to house widow of, 1405.

Hussington. See Hyssington.

Hussy. See Hussey.

Hutchenson, Hutchingson. See Hutchinson.

Hutchins, [co. Berks], rent of, 1024.

Hutchins, Daniel, of New England, mariner, 945.

-, Sir George, a commissioner for the Great Seal, 409;

loan by, 424.

Hutchinson, (Huchinson, Hutchenson, Hutchingson), Archibald, merchant, agent to the Governor of the Leeward Islands, 1010-1.

-, Charles, a Commissioner for Public Accounts, 722, 807, 898, 1066, 1169, 1230, 1318;

loans by, 907.

-, Richard, Agent and Solicitor of the Customs, 153, 187, 325, 391, 505, 515, 538, 579, 588, 600, 602, 633, 692, 693, 694, 802, 825, 829, 830, 998-9, 1002, 1031, 1090, 1162, 1179, 1207, 1381;

Cashier of the Customs, 1381;

loans by, 886, 891.

-, -, printing and stationery supplies, 815, 878.

Hutson, John, bill payable for service of the Isabella Anne Katherine, 1043.

Hutton, , lease, tenements adjoining the Victualling Office, 251.

-, John, doctor, bill signed by, 110.

-, -, traitor apprehended by, 1345.

-, Matthew, grant of James II. 's estates, Ireland, 82, 319, 1007.

Hyde, , apparel of, sent to Shaw's house, 246.

-, -, captain, Company of Foot of, in New York, 554, 607, 643, 775, 788, 857.

-, Edward, 1st Earl of Clarendon, grant, coppices etc. in Wychwood Forest, 882.

-, -, Viscount Cornbury (afterwards 3rd Earl of Clarendon), grant, coppices etc. in Wychwood Forest, 882.

-, Henry, 2nd Earl of Clarendon office of searcher at Gravesend, in trust for T. Chiffinch, 117, 597;

grant, coppices etc. in Wychwood Forest, 882.

-, Kath., loan by, 907.

-, Lawrence, Earl of Rochester, Chief Ranger of Richmond, New Park, 268, 676, 694, 714, 735, 1209;

grant coppices etc. in Wychwood Forest, 882;

grant Kenilworth honor etc., 599 1032-3, 1068, 1101-2, 1371, 1374;

lodigings in Whitehall, 187;

Lord Treasurer, 35, 143, 266, 438, 559, 594, 945, 970, 1229;

pension on the Post Office, 342;

trustee for Queen Catherine, 25, 505, 885.

Hyde Park. See London and WestminsterStreets etc. in.

Hyet. See Hill.

Hygate (Higgate), Ralph, grant to, of W. Meeres's estate, Barbados, 932, 1037.

Hylderd. See Hillyard.

Hyssington, Hussington, co. Montgomery, 1056.

Hyster, Abraham de, goods shipped in name of, 1094.

Hytvell, Aaron, fire and candle for Dutch Foot Guards, 1110.

I

Idle, Michael, inquisition taken before, 288.

Idough. See Odagh.

Ileedge. See Illedge.

Ilford, Jo., of Kensington, issue to, for repair of Kensington parish church, 1325.

Ilfracombe, co. Devon, 359;

agent for prizes in. See Coldham, G.;

Power, T.

Iliff (Iliffe), Richard, extraordinary tidesman, London port, 809;

tidesman, Plymouth, 809.

-, William, custodiam lease, lands etc., co. Leicester, 1243.

Illedge (Ileedge), John, tenant, Buttington, 1056.

Illogan, co. Cornwall, tin-blowing house, 522, 1239.

Ince, John, [Secretary and Solicitor] to the Bank of England, 651, 652, 668, 680, 733, 741, 752, 769, 774, 954, 998, 1368;

loans by, 998, 1168, 1195, 1201, 1389.

Inch, Ireland, 144.

Inch, Lucie, custodiam lease, co. Salop, 214-5.

Inchacooly, Insacoly, Portnahinch barony, Queen's County, 1027.

Inchiquin, co. Clare, barony of, 980.

Inchiquin, Countess of. See O'Brien, Elizabeth;

O'Brien, Mary.

-, Earl of See O'Brien, William.

Inchmore, Kilkenny West barony, co. Westmeath, 1013.

Incledon, , house of, in Old Place, Westminster, notice of caveat to, 537.

-, Ann. See Whinyard.

India, East India Company's factories in, 1211;

Great Mogul, prizes taken from, by East India Company, 234, 300, 374, 381, 470, 484, 501, 528, 571. See also Hindustan;

pictures, 1234;

products of, 696;

saltpetre from, 1402;

ships from, 1068, 1402.

Inge, Josiah, reward for arresting an highwayman, 130.

Inglesfield. See Englefield.

Inglewood Forest, co. Cumberland, 320, 1140, 1253, 1314.

Ingoldsby, Hen., regiment of, 397.

-, Richard, colonel, regiment of, 91, 185, 274, 389, 395, 397, 399, 1045;

losses of, before Namur etc., 1241, 1273;

agent to. See Roberts, R.

Ingram, , major, disposal of Army clothing embezzled by Barradale, 30, 63, 198.

-, Arthur, Viscount Irvine (Erwin, Erwing, Irwin), Governor of Scarborough, 1160;

agent to. See Blake, J.;

Vice-Admiral, co. York, raising seamen for the fleet, 46, 489, 902, 1291.

-, James, tenant, St. Giles, 339.

-, Ralph, loan by, 915.

-, Richard, lease, houses in St. Giles, 339.

-, Thomas, bailiff of Hendon manor, 74, 530.

Inman, Henry, of Cockermouth, merchant, Customs debts of, 474, 556.

Inner Temple. See London and West-ministerStreets etc. in.

Innes (Inns), Alexander, chaplain, Leeward Islands, royal bounty for, 514.

-, Mary, bill of, payment of, 1077.

Inniskilly, Upper Ossory barony, Queen's Country, 178.

Inns. SeeInnes.

Insacoly. See Inchacooly.

Inwod. See Meifod.

Ipswich, co. Suffolk, 512, 759.

collector of, 49, 269.

Comptroller of. See Cook, I.;

Dickens, T.;

Harrison, J;

Molyne, J.

Customs House, removal of, 244, 248.

Customs officer, 512.

Members of Parliament for, 244.

Surveyor etc. at Harwich to visit, 223.

wines at, from Holland, 229.

IRELAND, Accomptant General. See IrelandRevenue, Comptroller.

Accounts Commissioners of, 26, 37, 54, 64, 83, 100-1, 110, 148, 179, 234-5, 252, 274, 292, 320, 324, 339, 356, 450, 453, 513, 581, 739, 750, 967, 1168, 1255, 1365;

lists of, 468, 1181.

of the Army, Commissioners for. See Corker, E.;

Foulkes, J.;

Molineux, W.;

Palmer, W.;

Robinson, W.;

Stone, J.;

Index of SubjectsArmy, in Ireland;

doorkeeper and messenger to. See Brickford, T.

agent for prizes in. See Irelandprizes.

aides-de-camp to the Earl of Oxford in, 327.

apothecaries' wares exported to, 976.

Apothecary General. See Teale, I.;

Index of SubjectsArmy, in Ireland.

Army or Forces in, or going to, etc See Coningsby;

Fox C.;

Index of SubjectsArmy, in Ireland.

arrival of commander-in-chief of the Forces, 65.

Attorney General, 39, 254, 451, 1178, 1328, 1331, 1332. See also Domvill, Sir W.;

Rochford, R.;

Temple, Sir J.

Auditor General for, 68, 339;

a Commissioner of Accounts Ireland, 468,;

clerks to. See Bray;

Chappell, R.;

office of, house on Ormond's Quay, Dublin, annexed for 354. See also Dering, C.;

Talbot, R.;

Ware.

battles and sieges in, 211, 386. See also Boyne;

Londonderry.

beer exported to, 976.

bill of exchange drawn from 708.

bonds, forfeited, 981.

brass money, only current coin in, 313;

coined in the Earl of Tyrconnel's government, 699, 784, 1120.

butlerage, See Irelandwines.

campaign in. See Irelandreduction of.

camps in, 100, 557;

carriage of money to, 397.

castle in, blown up, 645.

Chancellor of, See IrelandLord Chancellor.

Chancery, Court of, 691;

Crown and Hanaper in, clerk of. See Domvill, Sir T.;

decrees etc. in, 694, 993, 994, 1332.

Chief Governor of. See IrelandGovernors.

Chief Place, Court of, justice of. See Lindon, Sir J.

Civil List. See IrelandEstablishment.

Claims, commissioners of, 616.

coals exported to, 976.

coals, lead and tin, imports of, 945;

officer residing at Dublin for returning accounts of. See Culliford, N.;

Culliford, T.

coast of prizes ship bought for cruising on, 265, 356, 413;

French privateers infesting, 324, 899.

Commissaries General. See Homrigh, B. van;

Robinson, W.;

Shales, J.;

Index of SubjectsArmy, in Ireland.

Common Pleas, Court of, 554, 705;

Chief Justices of, commissioners of Accounts, Ireland, 468;

judges of, additional salaries, 431;

ditto, placed on Civil List, 600;

Lord Chief Justice of. See Pyne, Sir R.

Commons, House of, 82;

addresses of, 1411, 1418;

clerk to, 1418;

Speaker of. See Levins, Sir R.;

Rochford, R.;

Ireland, Solicitor General.

Comptroller General. See IrelandRevenue, Comptroller.

Comptroller of the Musters. See Fitzgerald, R.;

Index of SubjectsArmy, in Ireland.

concordatums, allowances for, 437-8;

ditto for hearing claims upon the Articles of Galway and Limerick, 245.

copper half pence in, licence granted by Charles II. for making, 1086.

corn in, exports of, instructions for, 850.

Council of, 261, 364, 640.

See also IrelandPrivy Council.

county people of. See Irelandinhabitants.

Crown and Hanaper. See IrelandChancery, Court of.

Crown rents See Irelandlands.

custodiam leases. See Irelandlands.

Customs, 84, 1328;

bond, 234-5;

collectors of, 211.

Customs House. See Belfast.

death of person in, 1172.

debts forfeited to the King, 729, 732.

deed sealed in, 1446.

Deputy Surveyor General. See Thompson, R.

Dutch transport ships employed in service of, 593.

English letters to, accounts of, 1209.

English Plantations in. See Dunmanway.

Establishment commencement of, payment due before, 989;

commenced from 1692, January 1, 374, 600, 1014;

Accomptant General's salary placed on, 1094, 1120;

allowance in, for concordatums. See Irelandconcordatums;

royal bounty payments not provided for in, 646.

Civil List additional salaries of Irish judges placed on, 600, 1272;

deductions from, 545;

pensions payable out of, 388, 713, 784, 790, 946, 1120, 1315;

pensions omitted from, 1142;

salary of Lord High Treasurer, Ireland, placed on, 600.

Military List. See Index of SubjectsArmy, in Ireland.

Pensions List, 164, 230, 261, 355, 578, 609, 632;

pensioners. See Index of SubjectsPensions.

Exchequer, acquittances, 567-8, 827-8;

ancient methods of, not preserved, 118;

judges of, additional salaries, 431, 600;

Chancellor of, a Commissioner of Accounts, Ireland, 468, 1181.

Exchequer, Court of, 356, 457, 901, 1199, 1328.

Barons of, commissioners of Accounts Ireland, 468, 1181;

parchment and paper for, 873;

salary of, 374. See also Ecklin, Sir H.;

Donnellan, N.

Chancellor of, a Commissioner of Accounts, Ireland, 1181;

parchment and paper for, 873.

Chief Baron of, a Commissioner of Accounts, Ireland, 1181.

judgments, 364, 703.

officers of, allowance for parchment and paper for, 873.

puisne Barons of, proposal to add to quorum of commissioners for passing accounts of the Vice-Treasurer, Ireland, 629.

seal of, 315, 927, 1026.

writs of scire facias, 114, 703.

Exchequer Receipt, fees, 210, 609;

payments out of, 388, 703, 997.

Excise, debts, 100;

discharged 234.

imported and inland, bonds for, 901;

collector of, arrears of, 37;

surveyor of, See Babe, F.

improvement of, 646.

payment of, 1328.

Excise and Hearthmoney, revenue by, 228, See also IrelandHearthmoney.

Excise and Wine licences, arrears of, 568, 827-8, 1120;

collectors of, 827-8. See also Irelandwines.

Explanation, Act of, 179, 617;

commissioners for, 364, 1199.

fairs in, 315.

ferries in, grants of and petitions for, 99, 654, 1347;

void by breaking the Act of Settlement, 1347.

Forfeitures, commissions for, 39, 114, 179, 190, 359, 437, 457, 887, 1295;

Attorney General to report on, 404, 409.

Commissioners (before February, 1692-3:See Cocker;

Dering, C.;

February, 1692-3: See Dering, C.;

Mitchell, Sir M.;

Molineux, W.;

Nelmes J.;

Weaver, J.;

May, 1693:See Davies, J.;

Dering C.;

Mitchell, Sir M.;

Nelmes, J.;

Weaver, J.;

December, 1693:See Corker, E.;

Cox, Sir R.;

Cuffe, F.;

Dering, C.;

17 January, 1693-4:See Corker, E.;

Cox, Sir R.;

Cuffe, F.;

Dering, C.;

May, E.;

21 January, 1693-4:See Corker, E.;

Cox, Sir R.;

Dering, C.;

May, E.;

Stepney, J.), 39, 67-8, 190, 251, 269, 290, 296, 315, 457, 494, 528, 638, 709, 873, 994, 1106, 1228, 1331, 1332, 1347;

Secretary and Register to. See Bonnell, J.;

Darling, R.

management of, transferred to Revenue Commissioners, Ireland, 1295.

See also Irelandlands.

French families carried to, 317, 727.

French Protestants in, relief of, 1348, 1361. See also Boyer, P.;

transported to, 1155, 1391. See also FranceProtestants.

General Surveyors, 817.

gold and silver lace exported to, 976.

goods of officers coming from, and going to, 265, 288, 624.

government of, 402, 501, 548, 1341;

First Secretary to, office of, 868;

of James II. See IrelandJames II.

Governors or Chief Governors 457, 545, 978;

allowances formerly paid to, 392, 433, 498;

goods of, imported at Chester, customs free, 1090;

proclamations of, 827;

First Secretary to, office of, 959. See also Talbot, Charles, Earl of Tyrconnel.

Great Seal of, 280, 291, 296, 319, 336, 340, 349, 363, 378, 379, 457, 468, 474, 654, 691, 705, 713, 729, 730, 833, 862, 887, 927, 960, 964, 993, 1005, 1007, 1012, 1027, 1062, 1181, 1200, 1328;

Chancellor or Keeper of, a Commissioner of Accounts, Ireland, 1181.

gunpowder for, 432, 553.

haberdashery exported to, 976.

hats exported to, 976.

Hearthmoney arrears, 313, 824;

answered in corn and grain, 1244.

farm of, clandestine agreements for, 844.

revenue, advance of, and repayment of loans on, 672, 1143;

See also IrelandExcise.

high treason in, persons outlawed for 729.

High Treasurer. See IrelandLord High Treasurer.

horses for, 78 180, 208, 258, 263, 271, 386, 598, 610;

lost, 573, 643.

hospitals. See Dublin;

Kilmainham;

Index of SubjectsArmy, in Ireland.

imports into, 230, 234, 235, 561, 692, 1175, 1297.

inhabitants (country people) of, debts due to, from the Army, 356, 568;

debts due from 1120.

Irish, at capitulation of Limerick, transported to France, 958, 991.

Irish Affairs, Privy Council Committee for. See IrelandPrivy Council.

Irish jury, verdict of, 616.

Irish papers, Treasury Lords to consider, 1428.

iron, shipped from, 1091;

wrought, exported to. 976.

James II-, arrival in, 645, 1328;

estate of in. See Irelandlands;

government of, 694.

Judges, allowances to, 433;

sworn in, 433. See also Porter, Sir C.;

Wyche, Sir C.;

IrelandCommon Pleas;

Exchequer;

King's Bench.

Popish, 364.

King's Bench, Court of, 126.

Chief Justices of, commissioners of Accounts, Ireland, 468;

salaries, 1272. See also Reynolds, Sir R.

judges of, additional salaries, 431, 600.

lace, gold and silver. See Irelandgold.

LANDS, concealed, 240-1, 641, 960.

Crown rents, 245, 296, 379, 616, 655, 705, 833, 922, 927, 965, 986, 992, 1012, 1064, 1086, 1107, 1121.

custodiam leases, grants of and petitions for, 108, 130, 157, 163, 176-8, 179, 190, 251, 262, 269-270, 290, 315, 336, 349, 364-5, 379, 392, 482, 485, 492, 493, 562, 576-7, 600, 609, 624, 638, 646, 664, 705, 729, 822, 873, 927, 928, 954, 955, 978, 980-1, 992, 1026, 1191, 1303, 1370, 1426.

rents on, payments out of, 73, 108, 349, 713;

remitted or abated, 9, 296, 349, 379, 705, 927, 1000, 1012.

Down survey, the 1199.

exempt from forfeiture by Articles of Galway and Limerick, 1222.

forfeited estates, 4, 82, 126, 176-179, 344, 349, 364, 370, 474, 482, 485, 493, 585, 609, 616-7, 638-9, 646, 683, 691-2, 705, 714, 717, 729, 730, 770, 882, 891, 965, 993-4, 1012-3, 1062-3, 1116, 1319, 1331, 1337, 1347, 1356, 1417. See also IrelandLands, custodiam;

Lands, grants of accounts, 1120.

arrears, discounted by Army bills, 827.

commissions and commissioners See IrelandForfeitures.

Crown title to, inquisition to find, 655, 677.

debts due from, 729-730;

commission to enquire into, 101.

discovery of, 1347.

grants of, and petitions for, 72, 160, 179, 213, 221, 245, 262, 280-1, 315-7, 336-7, 392, 467, 498, 586, 624, 629, 654-5, 709-710, 718, 784, 873, 977, 980-1, 986, 987, 993-4, 1000, 1027, 1062, 1178, 1179, 1189, 1254, 1264, 1331.

inquisitions to find, 82, 291.

irregularly seized, 131.

let by cant, 1331, 1332.

of James II-, account of required by House of Commons, 119.

particular of, required by Treasury Lords, 266.

Protestants granted leave to extend, 245.

rack rent on, remitted, 683.

remaining in the Crown's disposal, 280.

rents and profits of, application of, for repairs to fortifications etc, 359;

arrears of, 99, 280, 718;

collection of, 554, 705, 863;

payments out of, 131, 132, 312, 315, 343, 344, 482, 718, 730, 952, 986, 1082, 1228.

reprisals on, 987.

restoration of, 9, 179, 517, 988.

revenues of, 281;.

collector of. See Burton, S.

reversions of, 280.

set to tenants, 130, 179, 315, 511, 561, 577, 1347;

value of, account required of, 266;

ditto, enquires into, 130.

forfeited in the rebellion of 1641, 241, 641, 994.

leases of, 73, 109.

mortgages on, 336, 1234;

Crown's interest in, 691, 960;

forfeited, 959;

grants of, 691-2, 959-960, 1191;

loan on, 290.

of outlawed persons 691-2, 925.

possessed by James II., as Duke of York, 319, 567, 1007. See also IrelandLands, forfeited estates.

quit rents, 120, 245, 296, 349, 363-5, 379, 582, 616, 654, 655, 705, 1012.

abatement, discharge etc. of, 228, 336, 531, 556, 582, 833, 922, 927, 986, 988, 1000, 1085, 1121, 1199-1200, 1228.

arrears of, 1064, 1085, 1149.

collected by the King's officers, 131.

commissioners appointed by Charles II. to moderate, 1199.

grants and leases of, 72, 128, 131, 206, 259, 329, 340, 356, 665-6, 83, 879, 965, 992, 1064, 1199.

mortgage on, 402.

paid into the Treasury in Ireland, 357.

payable by adventurers and soldiers, 365.

seized by Charles II., 1199.

See also IrelandLands, Crown rents.

seized, 103, 575;

the King's title in law to, 103.

lead, imports of. See Irelandcoals.

leather, wrought, exported to, 976.

licences, See IrelandExcise;

Wines;

Wool.

Lieutenant-General See IrelandLord Lieutenant.

linen, 1088.

Lord Chancellor, 451, 535, 575, 628. See also Porter, Sir C.

a commissioner of Accounts, Ireland, 468.

additional allowance for and salary issue, 600.

Speaker of the House of Lords, Ireland, allowance as, 82;

royal bounty for. See Porter, Sir C.

Lord Chief Justice, 535, 628, 1272.

Lord Deputy, 1054, 1063, 1064, 1082, 1085, 1086, 1094, 1106, 1116, 1120, 1121, 1126, 1142, 1149, 1162, 1178, 1181, 1189, 1191, 1198, 1205, 1222, 1228, 1234, 1240, 1244, 1254, 1264, 1267, 1272, 1298, 1303, 1315, 1319, 1327, 1328, 1329, 1331, 1332, 1341, 1347, 1356, 1391, 1420.

allowance for, 1107.

fees for licencing wool exports, 1107.

goods of, 1148, 1393.

instructions, 1341.

payments by, 1227-8.

permit to export horses to Ireland, 1148.

See also Capel, Henry, Lord Capel;

Talbot, Richard, Earl of Tyrconnel;

Wandesford, C.

Lord High Treasurer, a commissioner of Accounts, Ireland, 468;

salary placed on Irish Establishment, 609;

See also Boyle, Richard, Earl of Cork.

Lord Lieutenant (Lieutenant-General), 9, 12, 29, 37, 39, 54, 67, 68, 72, 73, 82, 99, 101, 104, 108, 109, 118, 119, 120, 126, 127, 130, 131, 132, 160, 164, 176, 177, 178, 179, 190, 210, 213, 215, 228, 234, 240, 244, 245, 259, 261, 262, 337, 364, 379, 432, 457, 631, 640, 677, 1295, 1296, 1297, 1320, 1327.

allowance for, 1107.

departure of, 707.

fees for licencing wool exports, 1107.

goods of, to pass Chester port, free of Customs, 262.

payments by, 157, 223, 235-6.

prize ships purchased and delivered to, 265.

See also Capel, Henry, Lord Capel;

Sydney, Henry, Viscount Sydney.

Lords (Peers), House of, 82, 223;

Speaker of. See Porter, Sir C.;

IrelandLord Chancellor.

Lords Justices, 68, 156, 280, 290, 291, 296, 315, 319, 329, 334, 335, 336, 337, 339, 340, 344, 348, 349, 354, 356, 359, 363, 369, 383, 388, 392, 403, 409, 413, 428, 431, 432, 433, 437, 453, 457, 467, 468, 472, 474, 482, 485, 492, 493, 498, 500, 501, 502, 506, 516, 517, 522, 528, 531, 548, 554, 556, 568, 575, 576, 579, 580, 581, 585, 588, 595, 596, 599, 606, 609, 616-7, 618, 628, 629, 638, 640, 645, 646, 651, 654, 657, 660, 664, 672, 677, 683, 690, 691, 694, 699, 701, 705, 707, 709, 713, 714, 717, 718, 729, 730, 732, 739, 749, 750, 757, 759, 763, 770, 771, 778, 780, 784, 817, 820, 822, 824, 825, 827, 833, 849, 855, 862, 863, 866, 867, 873, 878, 887, 891, 900, 922, 925, 926, 927, 930, 952, 953, 957, 959, 960, 964, 971, 977, 978, 980, 981, 983, 986, 987, 988, 990, 992, 993, 1000, 1004, 1005, 1012, 1178, 1189, 1319, 1347, 1394.

allowances for, formerly granted to the Chief Governor or Governors 392, 498.

bills drawn by, 408, 431, 826.

commission, 337.

equipage for, royal bounty for, 241, 247.

fees for licencing wool exports, 392.

goods of, transport of, 261.

government of Ireland by, 501.

payments by, 290, 312 315, 374, 383, 402, 545, 554, 567, 600, 952, 966, 986.

proclamations of, 100, 241-2.

Secretary to. See Davies, J.

Sword of State received by, 392.

See also Capel, Henry, Lord Capel;

Duncombe, W.;

Wyche, Sir C.

Master of the Rolls, a commissioner of Accounts, Ireland, 468.

meal exported to, 976.

Military List. See Index of SubjectsArmy, in Ireland.

Mint, the erection of, report concerning, 640;

House. See Dublin;

Master of, place of. See Lane, James, Viscount Lanesborough.

mortgages, forfeited to the Crown, 868. See also IrelandLands.

Muster Master General, a commissioner of Accounts, Ireland, 468. See also Index of SubjectsArmy, in Ireland.

Navy yacht from, 288.

north of, port in, ship taken from, by the French, 1091.

Ordnance. See Index of SubjectsOrdnance.

outlawry of persons in, 251, 993-4;

reversal of, 1412, 1417.

outgages by the Irish, 901, 993.

pacquet boats, 271, 332.

papers concerning, Treasury Lords to consider, 1428.

Papists in. See IrelandRoman Catholics.

Parliament in, money granted by, 1327, 1420.

Paymasters of the Forces See Coningsby, Thomas, Lord Coningsby;

Fox, C.;

Index of SubjectsArmy, in Ireland.

Peers, House of. See IrelandLords, House of.

Pells, Office of the, 567-8.

pence and twopences, coining of, 1106, 1331;

effect on trade in, 1331.

pewter exported to, 976.

Popish government, oppressive to Protestants, 691.

Popish judges. See IrelandJudges.

Popish postmasters. See IrelandPost Office.

ports of, collectors of, moneys brought to Dublin by, 397;

place of craner, wharfinger and packer in, 215;

place of warehousekeeper and storekeeper in, 397;

ships stay in, to count ad part of quarantine, 349. See also Irelandnorth of.

Post Office, 1209.

mails opened and letters removed before delivery to, 645.

manager of accounts of, 1209;

arrears of, 645.

Popish postmasters of, debts of, 645.

Protestant postmasters of, failure of, 645.

powder sent to, 210.

Prime Serjeant-at-Law, a commissioner of Accounts, Ireland, 468;

proposal to add to quorum of commissioners of accounts of the Vice-Treasurer, Ireland, 628. See also Dillon, G.;

Donellan, N.;

Osborne, J.

private estate of their Majesties in, 378.

Privy Council, 68;

deputy clerk of. See Palmer, W.

Privy Council Committee for Irish Affairs, 954.

prizage duty. See Irelandwines.

prizes, agent for. See Pottenger, T.;

discovery of, 328.

proclaiming their Majesties in execution of person, 315.

Protestant collectors. See IrelandRevenue, collectors.

Protestant families brought to, from Silesia, 451.

Protestant postmasters. See IrelandPost Office.

Protestants in, defence of, against Raparees, 1332;

estates of, seized by James II-, 245;

given leave to extend forfeited estates, 245;

oppressed by Popish government, 691;

French, See IrelandFrench.

Provost Marshal. See Index of SubjectsArmy, in Ireland.

Purveyor of. See Nash, J.

Raparees, 383, 1332.

rebellion (of 1641), 179, 241, 364, 617, 641, 994, 1116.

rebellion in, 4, 73, 108, 370, 616, 655, 729, 730, 770;

enquiry into estates of persons outlawed or killed in, 1205. See also IrelandRevolution;

War;

Wars.

reduction of, 186, 224, 321, 364, 383, 575, 615, 621, 728, 1160, 1211, 1265.

rents. See IrelandLands, Crown;

quit.

REVENUE, accounts to be stated, 1264, 1420.

Act for settling the, 535.

Board, counsel to, salary of, 131. See also Coote, T.;

Levins, Sir R.

clothing of regiments to be discharged out of, 402, 548.

collectors, accounts of, allowance in, 730.

Protestant, 312-3.

Commissioners of, 37, 68, 96, 99, 130, 132, 152, 157, 176, 179, 180, 190, 206, 211, 215, 228, 230, 244, 259, 261, 293, 298, 312-3, 315, 339, 340, 342, 344, 349, 356, 359, 378, 395, 398, 467, 492, 498, 511, 561, 562, 568, 631, 646, 665, 676, 683, 692, 749, 781, 820, 827, 828, 844, 850, 866, 873, 899, 932, 946, 988, 997, 1120, 1135, 1162, 1175, 1272, 1328-9, 1331, 1341, 1365, 1370, 1391;

temp. James II., 901.

books of, 313.

chamber of, keeper of. See Hanson, J.

collector by, of duties of prizage and butlerage of wines, 1005, 1240.

complaint against 1365.

counsel to, 227;

application for post of, 1135. See also Coote, T.;

IrelandRevenue, Board.

estates set to tenants by See IrelandLands, forfeited.

going to Ireland, 1067.

instructions to, 131-2.

lands seized by, 364.

management etc. by, of forfeitures to the Crown in Ireland, 1295.

moneys received by from seized lands, 575.

payments by, 107-8, 378.

prosecution by, in the Exchequer Court, Ireland, 1328.

undue practice of trading with France etc. without payment of Customs, 701.

See also Carlton, C.;

Lowther, J.;

Roberts, F.;

Sedgwick, Z.

Comptroller and Accomptant General, 234;

salary of, placed on Irish Establishment, 1094, 1120. See also Burgh, W.;

Tollett, G.;

deputy to. See Bonnell, J.

credit raised on, for levy money, 606, 613, 672.

debts on, 548;

account required of, 1264, 1420.

Deputy Paymaster and Receiver of, accounts 428. See also Lum, E.

Deputy Receiver General, not able to give Exchequer acquittances for bills, 827, 1120.

farm of, grant of, 114;

expired, 873.

Farmers of (Earl of Ranelagh's undertaking by agreement dated 1671, August 4, between Charles II. and the Earl of Ranelagh;

Bence Sir A.;

Bence, J.;

Hayes, Sir J.;

Kingdon, L.;

Stepney, J., by which they undertook to pay the services of Ireland out of their farm rents), 506, 703-4;

accounts, 114;

accounts, defalcations allowed in, 506;

bonds of, 114, 703;

debt of, 506;

ditto, discharged, 842;

judgment obtained against, 114;

loans by, repayment of, 114;

(1678, April 8.:Gourney, J.;

Hill, W.;

Hoar, T.;

Mill, S.;

Muschamp, W.;

Richbell, E.;

Ryder, W.;

Shaen, Sir J.;

Sheridan, T.;

Sone, F.;

Stanyon, L.), debts of, discharged, 451, 575, 580.

from forfeitures. See IrelandLands, forfeited.

loans on, stopped, 175.

officers, salaries of, deductions out of, for maintenance of those rendered unfit by age etc., 131;

paid by the collectors of Dublin, 997.

payments out of, 130, 340, 413, 690, 707, 730, 771, 784, 1029, 1107.

quit rents. See IrelandLands.

Receivers General and Paymasters General, accounts of, 37, 99, 438, 472, 568, 730;

commission for inspecting, 468, 1181.

Army deductions for 119, 545.

Exchequer acquitances given by, on Excise etc. arrears, 99, 828.

Office of, clerks and deputies in, Army deductions for, 119, 545;

charge of, saving in, 402.

payments to, 554, 568, 705, 863.

See also Coningsby, Thomas, Lord Coningsby;

Fox, C.;

Price, J.

salaries of judges of the King's Bench etc., Ireland, paid out of, 431.

Surveyor General, 646, 946;

See also Babe, F.

very low, 646.

Vice-Treasurer, 493.

accounts, commission for inspecting, 468;

commissioners, quorum of, proposal to add two puisne barons of the Exchequer, Ireland, and the Prime Serjeant, 628.

Army deduction of 6d. in the . for, 119, 120.

See also Bond, Sir H.;

Coningsby, Thomas, Lord Coningsby.

Revolution in, the, 579, 1196.

See also Irelandrebellion;

war;

wars.

Roman Catholics in, debts concealed, forfeited by, 1298;

estates of, quit rents out of, 72, 329;

freeholders, discharged from quit rents 987-8;

horses of, seized, 954;

in power, 474, 616.

See also IrelandPopish.

royal bounty issues, 217, 220, 223, 235-6, 248, 279, 299, 482, 646.

Royal Hospital. See Dublin;

Kilmainham.

salmon, shipment of, 409.

Secretary of State for, a commissioner of Accounts, Ireland, 468.

serges exported to, 976.

Serjeant-at-Arms, gilt mace for, 1240.

Settlement, Act of, 179-1347;

commissioners for, 364, 1199.

ships, cleared from Bideford for, notwithstanding the embargo, 1355.

driven ashore, 84, 152.

from Barbados, stay in Irish ports to count as part of quarantine. See Irelandports.

hired, 29.

in England, masters to give bond to return to Irish ports, 844.

pressed, 36, 502, 1348.

sailing to England, Holland etc., bonds from masters of, 844, 866.

to 341, 409, 509, 644, 976;

no embargo on, 429, 831, 1212, 1341;

to lade salmon, 409.

trading to Maryland, Virginia etc., proposals to prevent, 571-2, 676, 698-9, 824.

transport, 474, 1204;

debentures and debts payable to masters of, 346, 761, 770-1, 837;

masters of, bonds of, 13.

shirts, imported, Customs free, 467.

silver lace. See Irelandgold.

silver money for use in, coining of, 677.

Solicitor General in, 39, 131, 179, 215, 288, 337, 344, 364, 580, 709-10, 729-959, 978, 1179, 1329;

Speaker of the House of Commons, Ireland, 82. See also Levins, Sir R.;

Temple, Sir J.

stones brought from, stopped at Liverpool, 536.

subjects of, not to be shipped to New England etc., 472.

Surveyor General of, a commissioner of Accounts, Ireland, 468.

timber from, 505;

unfit for the Navy, felling of, 588.

tin, imports of. See Irelandcoals.

tin farthings and halfpence in, proposal for making, 106.

tobacco, import of, free of Customs, 235;

permit to land, 96, 899;

remission of duty on, 234;

shipped to, 646, 698, 761;

unloaded in, disposal of, 879.

transport debt, 683;

interest for, 321.

Transports, Commissioners of. See Index of SubjectsTransports.

Treasury, the, in, 357.

Vice-Treasurer. See IrelandRevenue.

victuals, ministers of, accounts of, commission for inspecting, 468, 1181.

wagoners sent to, 324, 389.

war in, the one and a half years, 833.

wars in, the late, 493, 645, 1085, 1086, 1091, 1160, 1198, 1323, 1348. See also Irelandrebellion;

Revolution.

western parts of, wrecks in. See Pearce, E.

wheat from, 461.

William III. in, arrival of, 384, 1252;

coachmen etc., attending, 495.

wines in, prizage and butlerage duty, collection of, lease of, 932, 1005, 1240, 1369.

wines seized from the French for disposal in, 73.

wool, exports of, bonds for, discharge of, 595, 1327-9;

bonds for, forfeited, 516, 1328;

to England, 1327-8.

licences, fees of, 392-428, 433, 1107.

seized, 694.

Works and Buildings in, clerk of, accounts of, commission for inspecting, 468, 1181.

wrecks in western parts of, grant of. See Pearce, E.

Ireland, Charles, [officer in the Transfer Office], payment to, 1298.

-, Dorothy, seamstress to Queen Mary, 1034, 1075.

-, William, master glazier to the Works, 716, 1137;

loan by, 910.

Ireton, , a Gentleman of the Horse 557, 724.

-, Jermyn (German), commission to enquire into estate of P. Sartree, 125;

counterfeit money seized by, 1443.

Irishtown, Castleknock barony, co. Dublin, 1013.

Ironmonger, Katherine, royal bounty for 455, 721, 868.

Irthington, co. Cumberland, manor of, 343.

Irvine, Viscount, See Ingram, Arthur.

Irvine (Erwin, Irwin), Francis, ensign, royal bounty for, 236.

-, Geo., captain, royal bounty for, 236.

-, Samuel, ensign, royal bounty for, 236.

Isaac (Isaak), , ships hired by, for transport of the King's baggage etc. to Holland, 111.

-, Cha., petition for lease of houses in the Savoy, 1006, 1012.

Isaacson (Isaackson, Isaakson), , petition of, for liberty to dig ditch between Flint and Holywell for drawing a coal work, 1256.

-, -, silks and muslins seized by, 43.

-, Anthony, collector, Newcastle port, 249, 254.

-, Francis, of Branet, collector of duty on stamped vellum etc., co. Herts, 671.

-, Ja., ships and goods seized by, 1225.

-, James, a commissioner for duties on stamped vellum etc., 618, 697.

-, John, collector's place, New castle port, 249.

Isaak. See Isaac.

Isaakson. See Isaacson.

Isaled, Issallet, Issallett, co. Denbigh, commote of, 1049, 1050;

bailiff of, 1049.

Kay George in, 1050.

Iscoyd. See Isycoed.

Isdulas, Isdullas, co. Denbigh, commote of, 1050;

bailiff of, 1050;

Mivot Farm, 1050.

Isham, , 'declines the employment of a Commissioner for Hackney Coaches', 1380.

-, John, a Commissioner for the Million Lottery, 553, 983.

Islam. See Isleham.

Islandbridge, Island Bridge, Uppercross barony, co. Dublin, 930.

Isleham, Islam, co. Cambridge, 1026;

manor of, 1026.

Isleworth, co. Middlesex, 614, 639;

manor of, 663.

Islington, co. Middlesex, 1108;

robbery on the highway at, 427.

Issallet, Issallett. See Isaled.

Isycoed, Iscoyd, co. Denbigh, commote of, 1046;

bailiff of, 1046.

Italy, 441, 985;

English merchants in, form of letter of credit addressed to, 669;

ports in, prizes taken to, 940;

ships for 365, 409;

silk from Sicily, seized as not being from, 151;

silks from, seized, as not being produced in, 1238.

Ivall, William, shipment of cloths lost at sea, 1099.

Iveley, [? Yeaveley, co. Derby], fraternity of, 882.

Iveragh, co. Kerry, barony of, 1199-1200.

Iverk, co. Kilkenny, barony of, 980.

Ivers. See Evers.

Ives, Nathaniel, waterman, attending the surveyor of the Navigation Act, 975.

-, William, information against W. Malthus, 956.

Izard. See Shillingford.

Izod, Ellen, widow, lands etc. of, Weston, Cowbit and Kirton, co. Lincs., 810.