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Habeas Corpus, writ of, 378, 449, 456.

Haberdasher, 176.

Haberley, Alice, pensioner on the Civil List, 509.

Hablethwayte. See Heblethwayte.

Hacket, Andrew, Collector of Excise and Malt in the Hertford collection, petitioner, 458.

Hackney Coaches and Chairs:

Commissioners for, letter to. 166.

Office, incident and salary bills, 75, 174, 263, 372, 484.

rent of, arrears and debts, 166, prosecutions for, 166; issues out of, 180, 201, 452; Lottery on (as by Act 9 Anne, c. 16). See Lotteries1711. First Classis Lottery.

Haderton, Ralph, ensign in Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 477.

Haford, James, riding officer against owlers and smugglers of wool (at Deal), superannuated, 82, 83, 239.

Hague, The:

Ambassadorial journeys and postage from and to, 119, 120, 469.

Earl of Strafford at, 170.

Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at. See Boyle, Charles, Earl of Orrery.

minister at, annual bounty for, 537.

Resident at. See Dayrolle, James.

Hair bags for the Army. See Army.

Hales, Charles, master of the John, 371.

-, John, appointed surveyor, waiter and searcher, Isle of Man, 449.

-, Mich., master of the Biddulph, 441.

Half-crowns, bags of, weight of, 14.

Half pence, coinage of. See Mint coinage.

Halliburton (Halliburton), John, master of the John of Perth, 311.

-, Thomas, Professor of Divinity in St. Andrew's University, death of, 74.

Halifax, co. York., lands in, in custodiam grant of, 350.

Halifax, Earl of. See Montagu, Charles.

Hall, Mr., his account of utensils in the new Hospital at Port Mahon, 102.

-, Champnys, plasterer, payment to, 120.

-, Elizabeth, pensioner on the Civil List, 545.

-, John, Arras Worker in the Great Wardrobe, 533.

-, Jonathan, master of the Ann and Betty, 278.

-, Joseph, Serjeant at Arms, 180, 400, 519.

-, Ralph, master of a ship from Dantzic, complaint against, 397.

-, Robert, master of the Mary and Sarah, 371.

-, Samuel, master of the Providence, 311.

-, Thomas, Keeper of the Standing Wardrobe at Windsor, 348, 504, 516.

-, Thomas, Comptroller of Salt Duties, 173.

-, Thomas, Clothier to Lord Strafford's regiment, offreckonings due to, 489.

-, William, tidesman in the superior list, London Port, deceased, 113.

-, William, captain in Lucas's regiment, half pay for, 211.

Halliburton. See Haliburton.

Halsey, James, Serjeant of the Acatery, Royal Household, 497.

Halton, Hugh, lieutenant in Lucas's regiment, half pay for, 211.

Halungius, Mr., agent of the Duke of Saxe-Gotha, 196.

Ham, Mathew, watchman, London port, deceased, 283.

Hamburg:

Envoy at. See Wyche, John. ships from, 76, 109, 126, 194(2), 200, 230(2), 277, 278(2), 299, 311, 312(2), 343, 409, 416, 433, 445, 455, 465; enquiries to be made amoung masters of, re Heligoland, 172.

tin mortgaged in, 489.

wine from, 488.

Hamilton, Duchess of. See Gerard, Elizabeth.

-, Duke of, proclamation for choosing a Peer of Scotland in the place of, 329.

Hamilton, , lieutenant colonel, letter from, mentioned, 103.

,, Lord Hamilton, brother of, captured at sea, 138.

-, Archibald, lieutenant in Hyndford's regiment, half pay for, 476.

-, Lord Archibald, Governor of Jamaica, letters and papers from, 85.

-, Sir David, Second and Third Physician to the Royal Household, 517.

-, Elizabeth, Countess of Orkney, pensioner on the Civil List, 547.

-, Ezekiel, chaplain to Lucas's regiment, half pay for, 211.

-, Gaven, major in Hyndford's regiment, half pay for, 476.

-, George, cornet in Lord Windsor's regiment, half pay for, 477.

-, George, Earl of Orkney, regiment of, 132, 466, 471.

-, [Hans], brigadier, regiment of foot, on the Irish Establishment, 266.

-, James, lieutenant in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 210.

-, James, lieutenant in Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 478.

-, James, captain of Grenadiers in Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 477.

-, John, payment to, in South Sea Stock and tallies, 247.

-, John, lieutenant in Montandre's regiment, half pay for, 476; pay, 280.

-, Margaret, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 198.

-, Walter, Deputy (Lieutenant) Governor of Nevis, 32, 163.

-, William, ensign in Gorge's regiment, half pay for, 478.

Hamilton of Pencaitland, James, Lord of Session, pensioner on the Civil List, Scotland, 74.

Hammell, James, master of the Albion, frigate, 105.

Hammet, James, appointed waiter and searcher at Clovelly, 449.

Hammocks, for expeditions, 103.

Hammon, , ensign in Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 478.

-, Hector, ensign in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 211.

-, John, quartermaster to Pearce's dragoons, half pay for, 475.

Hammond (Hamond), Mr., money received from, for regiments, enquiry re application of, 103.

-, Thomas, merchant, prisoner for tobacco duties debt, 154, 218, 456.

Hampden, Anne, widow, petition for extension of lease of Fewson's Grange, co. Yorks., 291.

-, John, Page of Honour of the Royal Stables, 511.

Hampshire:

House duties, 123, new and old, arrears of, 252; Receivers General of. See Mellish, John.

Land Tax, Acting Assessment Commissioners, letters to, 142, 252, 461; arrears of, amount and collection of, 142, 157, 252, 461; Receiver General of. See Mellish, John; Popham, John.

New Forest Division, duplicates for House duties in, alterations and erasures in, 123.

Hampstead, co. Middlesex, 434.

Hampton, co. Middlesex, poor of, bounty for, 537; Rector of, bounty for, in lieu of tithes, 537.

Hampton Court:

bell ringer at, 503.

chapel at, furniture for, 407.

Clerk of the Works at (J. Bull), 538.

gamekeepers of, 518.

Guard House (Guard Rooms) at, 24, 178.

Guards at, fire and candle for, 487.

house allowed to Comptroller of Works at, let to Lady Thomas, 178.

house belonging to Mr. Wise at, in the possession of Elizabeth Hunson, 220, 255.

House Park, under keepers of, wages, 549.

Keeper of the Privy Lodging and Wardrobe at (Richard Marriot), 348, 516, 538.

lodgings at, furniture for, 407.

Middle Park, Keeper of. Keeper of the Hare Warren and Moletaker (E. Progers), 548.

minister at (T. Pool), payment to, 550.

Queen's Closet at, window curtains for, 71.

race horses for, 468, 469.

stablekeeper at (F. Sturgis), 512.

standing wardrobe at, necessaries for, 407.

sub-almoner in attendance at, 274.

tapestry at, repair of, 210.

Tennis Court and Tennis plays at, Master and Keeper of (Thomas Chaplin, Horatio Moor), 90.

under house keeper at (Somerset English), 348, 516, 538.

waiting room at, window curtains for, 71.

water supply to, purchase of mills at Longford for, 186.

Hanaper. See Chancery Court.

Hanchet, Phillip, Groom Porter of the Gate, Royal Household, 499.

Handasyde (Handeside), [Roger], colonel, regiment of, in the Plantations, clothing for, 171; subsistence for, 343, 347, 370, 413, 487.

Handel (Hendel), George Frederick, musical composer, pension for, 484.

Handkerchiefs, from Smyrna, seizure of, 379. See also Turkey handkerchiefs.

Hanger Office, walk called, in Whittlewood Forest, q.v.

Hanover:

envoy from. See Grote, Thomas.

Queen's Secretary to. See Alais, Isaac d'.

troops, forage for, 95.

Hanse Towns, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Wych, John.

Hapgood, Thomas, pensioner on the Civil List, 540.

-, and see Hopgood.

Harbingers. See Royal Household Below Stairs; Royal Household Above Stairs (Knight Harbingers).

Harbord, William:

Captain of an Independent Company of Horse, 93.

coheirs of, petition of, 93; process against, 93.

debt of, to the Crown, 93.

executor of. See Meredith, Richard.

Paymaster General of the Army in Ireland, 93.

Ranger of St. James's Park, 93.

Vice Treasurer of Ireland, 93.

Harcourt, Richard, Clerk of the Crown in the King's Bench, 550.

Hardcastle, George, master of the Union, 278.

Hardesby, John, Clerk of the Verge, Royal Household, 500.

Hardin, Thomas, footman of the Royal Stables, 512.

-, Thomas, officer of the Hall, Royal Household, 502.

Harding, Ralph, payment to, for apprehending a burglar, 243.

Hardwick, John, appointed deputy to John Dennis, Queen's waiter, 282.

-, Robert, Director of the Hospital at Port Mahon, 82, 288, 289, 406, 438.

Hardyman, Edward, captain in Deloraine's regiment, half pay for, 475.

-, Thomas, Yeoman of the Scullery, Royal Household, 498.

Hare, Mr., letter to, 473.

-, Mr. [Customs], report on, 316.

-, John, Richmond Herald, 226. 531.

Hargrave, Anne, lost annuity order in the name of, innovated, 342.

Harlackender, Katherine, pensioner on the Civil List, 545.

Harle, John, master of the Wolfe, 393.

Harley, Mr. Secretary, 39.

-, Edward, commonly called Lord Harley, son and heir of the Earl of Oxford, grant of wrecks to, 326.

-, Edward, Auditor of Imprests, 7(2), 19, 20, 22, 30, 66, 71, 96, 103, 108, 112, 127, 145, 147(2), 148, 150, 151, 158, 159, 177, 216, 217, 263, 292, 294, 300, 330, 313, 337, 341, 359(2), 362, 365, 421, 424, 438, 465, 471, 485, 488, 534, 535, 548.

-, Robert, Earl of Oxford and Earl of Mortimer, Lord High Treasurer and Chancellor of the Exchequer, passim.

characteristic episode of his administration, 48 note.

Governor of the South Sea Company, 376.

payments to, for arrears of vestures owing in the Great Wardrobe, 534(2).

salary, 259, 484.

son and heir of, 326.

-, Thomas, 73487 passim; attending the Lord Treasurer, 62.

Harman, Richard, master of the Rebecca Anne and Blessing, 194.

-, Wentworth, colonel, captain of the Battle Axe, Guards, memorial of, 457.

Harmsworth, Robert, one of the keepers of the Council Chamber, 344.

Harneis, John, Receiver General of duties on Houses and Land Tax for parts of Lincolnshire (parts of Kesteven and Holland), 233, 343, 444.

Harris, , quartermaster to Wharton's dragoons, half pay for, 279.

-, Clement, postillion to the Royal Stables, 512.

-, David, Page of the Bedchamber, 502.

-, Edward, boatman at Chatham, 332.

-, Edward, turnbroach of the kitchen, Royal Household, 497.

-, Elizabeth, pensioner on the Civil List, 544.

-, Philip, Locksmith to the Works, 535.

-, Sarah, pensioner on the Civil List, 510.

Harrison, Charles, Solicitor for her Majesty's affairs in the Court of Exchequer (officer for inspecting licences to compound, etc., for prosecutions for recovering supers on persons or estates in Ireland and for recovering money due on compositions and fines in the Exchequer Court), 417, 418.

accounts of, allowance in, 418.

letter to, 90.

prosecutions and law suits by, 5, 15, 90; payment for expense of, 92, 357.

salary, 418.

-, Delaval, lieutenant and miner in Lucas's regiment, half pay for, 482.

-, Edward, child of the Leash, 535.

-, Henry, lieutenant in Wharton's Dragoons, half pay for, 279.

-, Marsh, lieutenant in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 210.

-, Nathaniel, Commissioner for settling the bounds between Virginia and Carolina, 448.

-, Richard, apprehended for burglary, 234.

-, Richard, master of the Martin of Whitby, 340.

-, Sir Robert, Receiver General of Land Tax (Taxes) for Oxfordshire and the city and university of Oxford, 232; instructions to, not complied with, 76.

-, Samuel, cornet in Pearce's dragoons, half pay for, 475.

-, Thomas, colonel, regiment of: officers of, half pay for, 478, 482.

on the Irish Establishment, 482.

pay, 214, 354.

reduced miner (ensign W. Webster), 482.

sick and wounded men of, in hospital at Port Mahon, charges of, 289.

subsistence for, 214, 354.

-, William, Secretary to the Embassy for a Treaty of a General Peace at Utrecht (Secretary to Ambassadors to the States General), deceased, 275, 303, 522(2).

Hart, James, Gentleman of the Chapel, 505.

-, Mores [Moses], loan by, payment of interest on, 297.

-, Robert, Receiver General of Crown Land Revenues for cos. York, Northumberland, Durham, Richmond, Westmorland, Cumberland, Kent, Surrey and Sussex, petition for travelling charges, etc., 432, 436.

Hartlebury, co. Worcester, 429, 432.

Hartley, John, surety, petition for compounding Customs debt, 363.

Hartstongue, Isabella, woman of the Bedchamber, 72, 179, 302, 486.

Harvey, [Daniel], Lieutenant General, his regiment of Horse, afterwards Bland's, 273; pay and subsistence for, 214, 354.

-, Sir Eliab, his house in Broad Street used for the Excise Office, 176; lease of, by the South Sea Company, 176.

-, Simon, Foreign Apposer in the Exchequer, 250.

-, William, payment to, 372; petitioner, 176, 372.

Harwich, co. Essex:

Customs officers at, 84; ambassador's goods stopped by, 112, 181; seizure of silver by, 456.

fortifications at, purchase of lands for. See Portsmouth, Chatham and Harwich.

landwaiters at, 283, 296.

packet boats:

Agent for (Captain John Phillopson), 452.

annual charge of each vessel, 140.

better cabins and accommodation necessary on, 139.

masters of, petition for more men for each boat, 458.

removed to Falmouth, 139, 140.

sale of, 205.

too small, 205.

ship at, quarantine by, 465.

tidesmen and boatmen at, 69, 113, 160, 293, 387.

Harwich, Lord. See Schomberg, Meinhardt.

Harwood, John, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Middlesex, dismissed, 181.

Haslebrough Office, walk called, in Whittlewood Forest, q.v.

Haslelake and Half Yard in Milverton, q.v.

Hats for the Army. See Army.

Hatton, Sir Christopher, Queen's Remembrancer, 483.

Haughton, Charles, Clerk Itinerant of the Works, 538.

-, Tabitha, pensioner on the Civil List, 545.

Hautboys (Hautbois), 30; liveries for, 111. See also Army.

Haverford West, co. Pembroke, Justice of. See Brydges, Edmund; Receiver General of Land Tax. See Philips, James.

Hawes, Mr. [Francis Hawes, Agent for the Navy Treasurer], attending the Treasury, 29, 32, 36, 38, 49, 51, 53, 57.

-, Fra., loan by, payment of interest on, 297.

Hawkers and Pedlars Licences:

arrears and debts, account of, required, 166; prosecutions for, 166.

Commissioners for, letters to and matters referred to, 166(2), 183, 429; report by, 437; warrant to, 457.

Officer, salary and incident bills, 179, 183, 191.

stamps on licences and bonds, enquiry re, 183.

Surveyor General (Riding Surveyor) of, (T. Wells), dismissed for misdemeanour, 429, 430, 437, 457; (William Este), petition and appointment, 429, 457.

Hawkins, John, pensioner on the Civil List, 541.

-, Robert, captain in Montandre's regiment, company of, 280; half pay for, 476; pay, 280.

Hawks, from the Orkneys and Shetlands, delivery of, 450; Master of (Duke of St. Albans), 45, 518.

Hawksmore, Nicholas, Clerk of the Works at Kensington, 538.

Hawley, Henry, pensioner on the Civil List, 541.

Hawling, Temple, appointed tidesman in the inferior list, London port, 239.

Hay:

for deer, 182, 241, 246, 253, 309, 315, 444, 480, 527, 550.

for expeditions, 103, 106.

for the Queen's stud, 72, 148, 163, 275.

presses for, 103.

Hay, Mr., attending the Treasury in behalf of Mr. Milner, 57.

-, Lady, pensioner on the Civil List, 546.

-, George, Viscount Dupplin, [Teller of the Exchequer], attending the Treasury, 61.

-, Thomas, Earl of Kinnoull, his perpetuity of 1,000l. per annum, payment of arrears on, 32, 161, 222.

Haycock, Humphry, examination of, for place of master of one of the vessels to prevent the exportation of wool, 487.

Hayes (Hays, Hayse), Elizabeth, pensioner on the Civil List, 509.

-, James de, lieutenant in Windresse's regiment, half pay for 478.

-, Richard, Groom of the Royal Stables, 512.

-, Thomas, quartermaster to Lord Ashburnham's horse, half pay for, 478.

Haynes, Philip, ensign in Wittewrong's regiment, half pay for, 211.

Hays, Hayse. See Hayes.

Heacham, co. Norfolk, waiter and searcher at, 114.

Head, Anne, pensioner on the Civil List, 544.

Headly, Cornelius, boatman at Plymouth, deceased, 449.

Heale, Henry, musician to the Royal Household, 536.

Healing medals, issue for, 72, 434.

Heard, Robert, pensioner on the Civil List, 508.

Heart, Mr., complaints by, re hospital at Port Mahon, 102.

Heath, Richard, information of, re running of East India goods, 335.

Heathcott, Sir Gilbert, merchant, permit to reduce brandy and rum to proof, 397.

Heather, Charles, pensioner on the Civil List, 541.

-, Daniel, assignee of. See Lissiman, Richard; executor of John and Francis Lund, 460.

-, John, surety of John Fox, petition to compound a debt, 243.

-, Mary, wife of Daniel, 460.

Hebburne. See Hepburn.

Heblethwaite (Heblethwayte, Hablethwayte), William, captain in Montandre's regiment, company of, 280; half pay for, 476; pay, 280.

Hedges, Sir Charles, Judge of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 89; administrator of the personal estate of George, Prince of Denmark, 79, 147; annuitant, 528.

Helbig, Mary, pensioner on the Civil List, 542.

Heligoland, island of:

Governor and Senators of, 172.

health and trade of, inquiry re, 172.

in the Dominions of the Duke of Holstein, 172.

lobster trade to, ships employed in, exemption from quarantine, 172; petition for, 346.

Hemington, Robert, Groom of the Privy Chamber, 504, 535.

Hemmings, Edward, appointed tidesman in the inferior list, London port, 293.

Hemp, airing of, against infection by plague, 364; for the Navy. See Navy; importation of, 131, 194, 200, 214, 311, 364, 371, 396, 433, 440, 441, 442, 465, 474, 488, from Russia, 214; price of. See Prices.

Hendel. See Handel.

Henderson, Anne, pensioner on the Civil List, 542.

-, James, pensioner on the Civil List, 541.

Heneage, Charles, Chief Usher of the Exchequer Court, 155, 306, 480.

Henning, Casper Frederick, Carver in the Royal Household, 503.

Henry VII, perpetuities granted by, 524, 529, 530.

Hepburn (Hebburne), John, surgeon to Montandre's regiment, half pay, 482; pay, 280.

Heralds, Scotland. See Scotland.

Heralds' College:

Heralds and Pursuivants at Arms, issue and payments, 34, 225, 226, 531, 553.

Bluemantle Pursuivant (John Gibbon), 226, 531.

Chester Herald (Charles Mawson), 226, 531.

Clarencieux King at Arms (John Vanburgh), 225, 531.

Garter Principal King at Arms (Sir Henry St. George), 225, 531.

Lancaster Herald (John Hesket, Gregory King), 226, 288.

Norroy King at Arms (Peter Le Neve), 226, 531.

Portcullis Pursuivant (John Hesket, Thomas Wightwick), 226, 288, 531.

Richmond Herald (John Hare), 226, 531.

Rouge Croix Pursuivant (John Bound), 226, 531.

Rouge Dragon Pursuivant (Dudley Downs), 226, 531.

Somerset Herald (Samuel Stebbing), 226, 531.

Windsor Herald (Peers Mauduit), 226, 531.

York Herald (Lawrence Cromp), 226, 531.

Herauld, James, pensioner on the Civil List, 541.

Herbert, Arthur, Earl of Torrington, Master and Gentleman of the Robes, accounts of, 369; fen land in Bedford Level granted to, 371, petition for grant of the extra parochial tithes of, 371; vexatious suits against, 372.

-, Caleb, surgeon to Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 482.

-, Caleb, ensign in Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 477.

-, Sir Edward, deceased, trustee for the Dowager Queen Mary, 547.

-, James, deceased, Receiver General of Prizes, accounts of, 71.

-, Phillip, (Mr., Dr.), Commissioner for stating and adjusting the accounts of Sick and Wounded, 24(2), 145, 202.

-, Thomas, Earl of Pembroke, pensioner on the Civil List, 547.

-, Thomas, Clockmaker in ordinary to her Majesty, 273, 516, 549; clockmaker and watchmaker to William III, 391.

Herbstrewer. See Royal Household Above Stairs (Strewer of Herbs).

Hereford, Viscount. See Devereux, Edward and Price.

Herefordshire, Receiver General of Taxes (duties on Houses and Land Tax), ordered to clear his arrears, 51; and see Clark, Samuel.

Hermainville, Mons. D', letter from, 138.

Hermitage, Viscount. See Scott, Francis.

Herne (Heron), Lionel:

Commissioner (Receiver of Contributions) for the 500,000l. Civil List Lottery, 400, 493.

issue to, 90, 301.

loans by, 303, 346; payment of interest on, 297.

Paymaster of Exchequer Bills (officer for paying interest on Exchequer Bills), 175, 293, 294, 296, 301, 398.

Receiver of part of the Two Million Adventure Lottery (anno 1711), 485.

Herne Bay, co. Kent, waiter and searcher at, 331.

Heron, Alexander, lieutenant in Lucas's regiment, half pay for, 211.

-, Kendal (or Rendall), first Page of the Removing Wardrobe, 348, 517.

-, William, master of the Exchange, 230.

-, and see Herne.

Herring Fishery. See North Sea.

Hertford, co. Hertford, maltster of (John Wallis), 458.

Hertfordshire:

collectors of Excise and Malt (Andrew Hacket, P. Wekett), 458.

House duties:

arerars of, 252.

Receiver General of, warrant to, 181; and see Meetkerke, Adolphus.

Surveyor General of. See Clinch, Richard.

Surveyors of. See Draycot, James; Knight, James.

Land Tax, Acting Assessment Commissioners, letters to, 142, 252, 461; arrears of, amount of and collection of, 142, 252, 461; Receiver General of. See Meetkerke, Adolphus.

Taxes, arrears, 82; Receiver General of, warrant to, 244, 245; Receiver General of. See Peters, Robert.

Hervart, Mons., in Holland, 298; intends to reside in England with his family, 298; free passage for his goods, 298.

Hesket, John, Lancaster Herald, coat for, 288; Portcullis Pursuivant at Arms, 226, 531.

Hetherington, Richard, ensign in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 211.

Hethfield, John, tenant of a burgage in North Street, Taunton, 305.

Hewer, William, Treasurer of Tangier, stay of process against, 148.

Hewitt (Hewet, Hewyt), Thomas, Surveyor General of Woods, Trent North, 26, 31, 189, 217, 529, 553.

Heyden, Vander. See Vanderheyden.

-, William, stipend out of the Royal Stables, 514.

Heylen, John, payment to, in South Sea Stock and tallies, 247.

Heymans, Francis, contractor for forage in the Low Countries, petition in behalf of, 95.

-, James, Yeoman of the Cellar, Royal Household, 496; pensioner on the Civil List, 509.

Heysham, Robert, merchant, permit to reduce imported brandy and rum to proof, 397.

-, William, merchant:

bills of exchange of, drawn from Barbados for Sick and Wounded, 113, 258.

letter and memorial from, against importation of rum, sugar and molasses from Surinam to New England, 412, 418.

loans by, 258.

permit to reduce imported brandy and rum to proof, 397.

Hibins, Henry Lucins, ensign in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 211.

Hickman, Thomas, captain lieutenant in Bowles's regiment, half pay for, 476.

Hicks, Manuel (Emanuel), Master Cook to the Royal Household, 497, 536.

Hicks Hall, co. Middlesex, General Sessions of the Peace at, 89, 90.

Hickson, Ann, necessary woman to the Ladies of the Bedchamber, 503.

Hides, duties on. See Leather; pates or heads of, tanned for bend leather, 222.

Higgins, , deceased, deputy to Thomas Bridgeman, Customer of Ipswich, debt of, 266.

Higginson, Thomas, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Middlesex, removed, 410; salary, 412.

Highmore, Thomas, Serjeant Painter to the Works, 526.

Highwaymen, apprehended and convicted, 69, 234, 268, 310(2).

Higlers, prevention of letter carrying by, 453.

Hilburne, George, Controller of Customs in Bridgwater port, patent, 142.

Hildsley, Katherine, pensioner on the Civil List, 544.

Hill, Mr., issue to, out of Civil List money, 40.

-, Alice, woman of the Bedchamber, 72, 179, 302, 486.

-, Christopher, pensioner on the Civil List, 541.

-, John, general:

appointed to superintend the demolition of Dunkirk, 299.

forces for the Expedition to Canada under command of, 71.

Governor of Dunkirk, 299.

Lieutenant General of Ordnance, 547.

-, Joseph, lieutenant in Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 477.

-, Nathaniel, entitled to a messuage in Round Rundles, 153.

-, Richard, his services to the Cevennois, 177.

-, Richard, payment to, for the use of J. Seignoret, 154.

-, Richard, master of the Roter dam, 371.

-, Richard, pensioner on the Civil List, 546.

-, Richard, Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Sicily, certificate by, 442.

-, Richard, Latin Secretary to the Queen, 191, 526(2).

-, Sir Scipio, petition for arrears of pension, 428.

-, Thomas, mason, payment to, 120.

-, William, master of the Customs sloop at Dover, 488.

Hilliard, Martha, merchant, permit to reduce imported brandy and rum to proof, 397.

Hills, Mary, royal bounty for, 211.

Hillum, John, master of the Judith, 474.

Hilton, Martha, pensioner on the Civil List, 542.

Hinde, Dr., deceased, pension of, arrears of, payment of, 400; petition for continuance of, to his children, 400.

Hinton, Anthony, captain in Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 477.

-, Samuel, junior, pension for, 322.

-, William, nominated tidesman at Cowes, 265.

Hipseley, Thomas, cleaner of cisterns, Royal Household, 501.

Hirdman, James, et al., concerned in Salt Duty frauds, 183.

Historiographer Royal (Thomas Rymer), payments to, 273, 275; petition of R. Sanderson for the place of, 466.

Hoare (Hoar), Henry, loans by, payment of interest on, 297.

-, Sir Richard (et al.):

loans by, 83, 92, 98, 296, 297; payment of interest on, 296.

Lord Mayor of London, 7.

South Sea Stock deposited with, 297; issue to redeem, 212, 213; trustee for, 7.

-, and see Hore.

Hobbal Grange (Hubald Grange), co. Salop, 150.

Hobbs, Hosea, appointed tidesman and boatman at Dover, 387.

-, John, scourer to the kitchen, Royal Household, 497.

-, William, tenant of a cottage in Church Lane, Taunton, 304.

Hobson, Elizabeth, widow of Samuel, petition for stay of prosecution, 181.

-, Samuel, captain, Collector of Wexford, 181.

Hochsteter, Nicholas, master of the William, 455.

Hodder, Benjamin, master of the Hambro' Merchant, 278.

Hodges, Mr., petition for payment of his bills, 291.

-, Charles, Groom of the Robes, 536.

-, John, a Gentleman Sewer, Royal Household, 503.

-, Sir William, bills of exchange payable to, 371; petition presented by, 308.

Hodgkinson, G., master of the Friendship, 442.

Hodgson, William, master of the Friends' Goodwill, 278.

Hoefnagle, Bernard, minister of the Dutch Chapel at St. James's, 532.

Hoffman, Johann, Philipp, Secretary or Resident from the Emperor, letter signed by, 180; his demand for money alleged to be due to the Emperor, 195, 245.

Hogs in Minorca. See Minorca.

Hogs' bristles, imported, 194; airing of, against infection, 364.

Hogson, John, master of the Ruth, 104.

Holbech, John:

Groom of the Accompting House, Royal Household, 495.

Officer appointed to receive and pay moneys in the Office of the Treasurer of the Chamber [Deputy Treasurer], 34, 35, 37, 39, 40, 41(2), 42, 43, 44, 45, 47, 53, 216, 221, 237, 245(2), 253(3), 268, 273, 274, 287, 313, 315, 320, 321, 326 note, 327, 336, 338(2), 346, 348, 365, 375, 386, 391, 424, 434, 515, 516(2), 550(2), 551.

Holden, John, nominated weigher at Plymouth, 265.

Holder, George, pensioner on the Civil List, 543.

Holdsworth, Arthur, master of the St. Nicholas, 104.

Holiday, Paul, master of the Beginning, 359.

Holland:

ambassadors' (envoys') goods from and to, 112, 178.

British ambassadors in, declaration by, 294; and see Churchill, John, Duke of Marlborough; Wentworth, T., Earl of Strafford.

current money in, payment in, very uneasy, 21.

Envoy from, letter from, mentioned, 258; and see Borssele van der Hooge, P. J. van.

exchange of money in, profits of, for the benefit of the public, 58.

gold and silver coins of, compared with those of France and England, 107.

money for, seized, 130.

Monsieur Hervart in, 298.

packet boats to, 140; number required, 139.

prosecutions against the Duke of Marlborough in, 432.

remittances to, 37(2).

ships for, 130.

smuggling of goods from, anonymous information re, 160.

tin in, disposal of, 2; execution of articles for, 16; price for selling, 2; mortgage of, 489.

tobacco plantations in, 153.

wine from, 255.

Holland, co. Lincoln, Receiver General for Duties on Houses and Land Tax for parts of. See Harneis, John.

Holland, George, quartermaster to Pearce's dragoons, half pay for, 475.

-, Richard, stipend out of the Royal Stables, 513.

-, Thomas, stay of prosecution against, for exporting wool, 189.

Hollen, Allen, payment to, in South Sea Stock, 249.

Holles, John, Duke of Newcastle:

death of, 533, 536.

heirs and executors of, pay ment to, 553, on allowance for making and keeping a park in Sherwood Forest, 529, 533(2), 536.

Keeper of the Privy Seal, 536.

Holmes, Mr., (et al.), issues to, 12, 28, 45; salary, 59.

-, George, Chief Clerk for digesting records in the Tower, 107, 199, 312, 405.

-, Henry, ensign in Clayton's regiment, 478.

-, R., master of the Langley, 393.

-, Richard, major general, major to the Coldsteam Guards, 222.

-, Richard, Inspector and Examiner of the parchment Books of Customs officers of the Outports (Port Books):

method [for preservation of Port Books in the Queen's Remembrancer's Office] proposed by, 423.

salary, 221, 343.

to be continued in his office, 343.

- William, messenger to the Great Wardrobe, 533, 534, 535.

-, William, waterman, London port, superannuated, 387.

Holstein Beck, Duchess of, pensioner on the Civil List, 545.

Holstein Gottorp:

Duke of, dominions of, Heligoland in, 172.

Envoy from. See Dernath, Gerhard, Count Dernath.

Envoy Extraordinary to. See Wych, John.

troops of (Holsteiners):

demand for extraordinaries for, 384.

dismissed, 299.

half pay, 362, 460.

pay of, issues and payments, 50, 56, 65, 291, 294, 335, 362, 401; memorial re, 422, 460, 479; Treaties and Conventions for, 299, 360, 374.

returning home, 56.

Holsters for the Army. See Army.

Holt, Anne, widow of Joseph, footman to George, Prince of Denmark, royal bounty for, 80, 543.

-, Charles, Sheriff of Oxfordshire, surplusage on his account, 310.

-, [Henry], Lieutenant General, marine regiment of:

Agent to, misapplication of money by, 373.

clothier to (James Colebrooke), payment to, 321.

disbanding of, 373.

subaltern officers of, petition in behalf of, 416.

-, Joseph, footman to George, Prince of Denmark, 80.

-, Joseph, clerk, going as chaplain to Barbados, payment to, for his passage, 20, 149.

-, Joseph, authorised preacher in America, tobacco duty due from, petition re, 100.

-, Mary, stipend out of the Royal Stables, 514.

-, Rowland, Comptroller General of the Accounts of the Customs. See CustomsAccounts.

Holyhead, co. Anglesea, inhabitants of, certify that the Head in Anglesea is a better place for erecting a lighthouse than the Skerries, 143.

Holyrood House, palace of. See Edinburgh.

Home, Alexander, royal bounty for, 353.

-, Alexander, Earl of Home, royal bounty for, 469.

Homefrith. See Walwood.

Homefrith Walk in Waltham Forest, q.v.

Hone, John, sent to Leith to assist in the transportation of dragoons to Ostend, certificate by, 258.

Hooge, van der. See Borssele.

Hook, William, master of the Benjamin, 465.

Hooks (Hookes), John, one of the four clerks (underclerk) of the House of Commons, 358, 454, 527.

Hoolbrooke, Benjamin, pensioner on the Civil List, 510.

Hooper, Anth., master of the St. Lawrence, 445.

-, John, master of the Eleanor, 194.

-, Mrs. Mary, pensioner on the Civil List, 543.

-, Robert, tenant of a burgage in Pole Street, Taunton, 305.

Hooten, Charles, musician to the Royal Household, 536.

Hooton, George, appointed waiter and searcher at Heacham and Brancester, 114.

-, James, payment to, out of Army clearings, 98.

Hoosings, 273.

Hope of Rankell, Thomas, advocate, petition for charter of lands of Easter Fairney, 111.

Hopgood, Thomas, Gentleman of the Cellar, Royal Household, allowance and pension out of the Wardrobe, 508(2); wages and board wages, 496.

-, and see Hapgood.

Hopkins, Clement, master of the Association, 194, 381.

-, John, security for William Martin, 415.

Hops, Customs and Excise Duties on (as by Act 9 Anne, c. 13), paid into the Exchequer, charges for, 465; tallies and orders on, loans on, 6, 22, 458, 473.

Hopson, Charles, Master Joiner and Purveyor to the Works, 526(2), 535, 538.

-, Sir Thomas, loans by, payment of interest on, 297.

Hopton, Edward, quartermaster to Pearce's dragoons, half pay for, 475.

Horan, Edward, quartermaster to Pearce's dragoons, half pay for, 475.

Hore, Charles, attending the Treasury, 29; his petition for coining copper farthings and halfpence, 28, 119.

-, Charles, outlaw, in custodiam lease of his estate in Exeter, 270,

-, See also Hoare.

Hornabrooke, John, lease of Bradninch in Castle Close, Exeter, 145.

Horne, Thomas (Post Office), payment to, for casting up Inland, Scotch and Irish letters, computing additional tax of letters, and adjusting accounts of Scotch and Irish packet boats, etc., 143, 453.

Horniblow, William, nominated waiter and searcher at St. Maws, 265; presented as riding officer in the Customs, 250.

Horse, Master of. See Royal Mews and Stables.

Horse breeder. See Croft, Mr.

Horse Guards. See London and WestminsterStreets and Places.

Horse races, gold cups for, 145, 253.

Horse slings, 104.

Horse stealing, 268.

Horses, Army. See Army; post, for Ambassadors, 120; race. See Race horses.

Horsey, Richard, payment to, in South Sea Stock and tallies, 248.

Hort, , chaplain to Wittewrong's regiment, half pay for, 211.

Horton, James, nominated riding surveyor at Boston, 283.

Hosier, George, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Salop, securities of, petitions of, 25, 253, 473.

-, George, junior, surety of George, petition for stay of process, 473.

-, Richard, surety of George, petition for stay of process, 473.

Hoskins, John, appointed tidesman in the inferior list, London port, 387.

Hospital Poundage, 214.

Hospitals. See Army; Chelsea Hospital; Greenwich Hospital; London and Westminster Streets and Places (Christ's Hospital, Savoy Hospital); Phnix Park; Sick and Wounded Seamen.

Hotham, Sir Charles, regiment of, sick and wounded of, in hospital at Port Mahon, charges of, 289.

Houblon, Sarah, lost lottery order in the name of, warrant to innovate, 431.

Houghers. See Connaught; Ireland.

Houghton, James, permit to reduce imported brandy and rum to proof, 397.

Hounsleffe (Hounslef), Michael, a Master Cook to the Queen (Second Cook to the Royal Household), 497, 536, payments due to, for china, 506.

-, William, Groom of the Kitchen, Royal Household, 497.

Hounslow (Hownslow) Heath, co. Middlesex, 186.

Hounson (Hunson), Elizabeth, tenant of a house at Hampton Court, 220; notice to quit, 255.

House, John, pensioner on the Civil List, 546.

House Park at Hampton Park, q.v.; at Windsor, q.v.

Houseden, Catherin, pensioner on the Civil List, 510.

Housekeepers. See Royal Household Above Stairs.

Housemaid. See Royal HouseholdAbove Stairs.

Houses, duties on (Window Tax) granted for seven years by Act 7 and 8 Wm. III, c. 18, continued by Act 1 Anne, c. 7, for making good deficiencies; continued and made perpetual by Act 6 Anne, c. 21, to secure a yearly fund for circulating Exchequer Bills; added to by Act 8 Anne, c. 10, to raise 1,500,000l. by way of a lottery:

abuses and frauds, in altering and erasing duplicates, 123; in charging and collecting, 376; information re, 356.

arrears of, 252.

Commissioners for managing (Justinian Isham, Thomas Legh, Roger Millart, Philip Ryley, Reginald Ryley, Richard Shoreditch George Townesend, William Walbanke), incident bills, 182; salary, 442.

growing less annually in many parts, 123.

officer for, 288.

Receiver General, appointments and securities of, 116, 130, 343, 363, 369, 390, 413; warrant to, 181. See also under several counties and towns.

riding surveyor of, appointment recommended, 399.

supervisor of, petition for employment as, 391.

Surveyor General of, petition for place of, 394.

Surveyors of:

appointments, 145, 181, 244, 344, 361, 404, 410, 430; declined, 244; petitions for, 404, 419, 429; recommended, 388.

dismissed, 145, 181, 344, 361, 410, 430.

salaries of, 145, 181, 182, 245, 344, 361, 410, 412, 430, 485.

See also under several counties and towns.

Houston, Mr., Collector of Customs at Edinburgh, petition of, 236.

How. See Howe.

Howard, Hyde, lieutenant in Deloraine's regiment, half pay for, 475.

-, Isaac, appointed waterman, London port, 449.

-, James, pensioner on the Civil List, 547.

-, John, joiner of the Privy Chamber, 517.

-, Lucy, pensioner on the Civil List, 42, 546.

-, Nicholas, Yeoman of the Larder, Royal Household, 498.

-, Philip, colonel, royal bounty for, 41, 65, 78, 173, 273, 388, 479.

Howe (How), John, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Cumberland, dismissed, 181.

-, John, Paymaster of Guards and Garrisons. See Army Guards and Garrisons.

Howell (Howells), George, Receiver General of Taxes for South Wales (Glamorganshire), extent against, 226, 423, 426, grant of his extended estate, 337; petition for assistance to sell his estates for payment of his debt, 224.

-, Richard, tidesman and boatman at Milford, superannuated, 265.

Hownslow. See Hounslow.

Howorth, Humphry, Receiver General of Crown Land Revenues in cos. Anglesea, Carnarvon, Merioneth, Denbigh, Flint, Montgomery and County Palatine of Chester, appointment, 126; securities, 130, 158.

Hoy, Dr. Thomas, Professor and Reader of Physic in Oxford University, salary, 530.

Hoys, used as packet boats, 140.

Hoyte, Samuel, Yeoman Harbinger, Royal Household, 501.

Hubald Grange. See Hobbal Grange.

Hubbard, John, doorkeeper of the kitchen, Royal Household, 502.

Hubberston, co. Pembroke, tidesman and boatman at, 113.

Hudson, John, Director of Hospitals in the Low Countries, petition of, 156.

Huffam, John, appointed Collector at Nevis, 283.

Huggins, John, 354.

Hughes (Hughs), , captain, provisions supplied to German soldiers by, 447.

-, Francis, Gentleman of the Chapel, 505.

-, Hugh, prisoner in Newgate, remission of fine for wounding Edward Owen, 416, 434.

-, Hugh, royal bounty for, 65, 479.

-, Thomas, master of the Truelove, 359.

-, Thomas, payment to, for apprehending a burglar, 243.

Hugk, John George, pensioner on the Civil List, 540.

Hull, co. York:

abuses at, information re, 246.

banks of the river at, repair of, 411, 432; reports, etc., re, 63, 446, 447, 461.

boatmen at, 265.

bridge at, 461.

Commission of Sewers advised for, 410, 461.

danger of inundation, 410, 411.

landwaiters at, 283.

Mayor and Aldermen of, petitioners, 409, 411, 432.

surveyor, waiter and searcher at, 114.

Hull, William, lieutenant in Deloraine's regiment, half pay for, 475.

-, William, tidesman in the superior list, London port, deceased, 113.

Hulls (Huls). See Vanhuls.

Humber, river, repair of the banks of, 447.

Humble, Sir John, bart., Paymaster of the Million Lottery, 226, 295, 322; Paymaster of the Million and a half Lottery (1710), 398(2), 446.

Humbly, John, master of the John and Henry, 455.

Hume, Penelope, pensioner on the Civil List, 508.

-, Rachel, pensioner on the Civil List, 508.

Humphry (Humphrys, Humphreys), John, master of the Customs smack at Queenborough, 332.

-, John, payment to, for pumping the [Post Office] Well, 452.

-, Thomas, payment to, for, pumping the [Post Office] Well, 143.

-, Tobias, Gentleman Usher, Quarter Waiter, 503.

Hundreds, Wapentakes, Divisions, etc., named:

Ashwardhurne.

Aveland.

Bampton.

Barrow.

Beltisloe.

Blackenhurst.

Blofield.

Boothby-Graffoe.

Boston.

Brothercross.

Caldicott.

Chepstow.

Clavering.

Doddingtree.

Elloe.

Eynsford.

Flaxwell.

Grantham with the Soke.

Holland.

Kesteven.

Kiftsgate.

Kingsbridge.

Kirton.

Langhoe.

Launditch.

Lindsey.

Lodden.

Loveden.

Marlborough.

Mitford.

Ness.

Seisdon.

Shirbeck.

Stanborough.

Tewkesbury.

Winnebriggs and Threo.

Hungary, Protestants in, Agent for (Mons. Behrendoff), 88.

Hunson. See Hounson.

Hunt, , brigadier, et al., memorial, 410.

-, Edward, tidesman at Weymouth, deceased, 449.

-, John, moletaker, payment to executors of, 516.

-, Thomas, master of the Young St. Quintin, 364.

-, William, master of the Providence, 435.

-, William, deceased, Collector of Excise at York, 469.

Huntbach, Thomas, recommended for a place in the Excise, 371.

Hunter, Adam, merchant, permit to reduce imported brandy and rum to proof, 397.

-, Jane, et al., army widows, petition for bounty, 404.

-, John, master of the Two Brothers, 474.

-, Mary, et al., widows of serjeants killed in the service, petition for bounty, 404.

-, Richard, ensign in Wittewrong's regiment, half pay for, 211.

-, Robert, colonel, Captain General and Governor in Chief of the Province of New York, 298; bills drawn by, 109, 160, 168, 169; letter from, mentioned 124; warrant to, 140.

-, Samuel, Commissioner for making up accounts and disbanding Marine Regiments:

allowances, 444.

attending the Treasury, 56.

going to Exeter, 59.

instructions to, 435.

letter to, 428.

letters from, mentioned, 406, 416.

matter referred to, 443.

Secretary to the Commissioners (Richard Carter) recommended by, 58.

Huntingdonshire, Land Tax, Acting Commissioners of, letter to, 252; arrears of, 252; Receivers General of. See Dowse, William; Jeay, William.

Huntly, John, appointed surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. Middlesex, 181.

Hurry, Grace, pensioner on the Civil List, 542.

Hurst, John, appointed tidesman at Plymouth, 293.

-, Thomas, payment to, for apprehending criminals, 69.

Hussey, Sarah, pensioner on the Civil List, 544.

Hutchins, Mr., letter to, 83.

-, Bernard, Paymaster of the 1,500,000l. Lottery (anno 1711), 161, 165, 179, 372.

-, Bernard, Receiver General of Land Tax (Taxes) for Somerset and Bristol, commission and securities, 232; petition for allowance of extraordinary charges, 294, 365.

-, Nicholas, petition for release of ships from quarantine, 362.

Hutchinson, Ben, master of the Mary and Elizabeth, 381.

-, George, clerk in the Office of the Great Wardrobe, 535, 536.

-, Mary, pensioner on the Civil List, 510.

Hutnance, Nathaniel, merchant, permit to reduce imported brandy and rum to proof, 397.

Hutton, Mary, pensioner on the Civil List, 545.

-, Matthew, serjeant at arms, executors of, 180; surrender of his office, 400.

-, Penelope, pensioner on the Civil List, 545.

-, Thomas, Gentleman Usher, Quarter Waiter, 503.

-, Thomas, storekeeper at Denmark House, 538.

-, Thomas, Under housekeeper (Housekeeper) and Wardrobekeeper at Somerset House, 348, 518.

Huxley, Thomas, Clerk of the Nichils in the Exchequer Court, 550.

Hybbert, John, turnbroach of the Kitchen, Royal Household, 503.

Hyde, Edward, Earl of Clarendon, Governor of New York, Independent Company of foot commanded by, 77, 201, 314; petition from, 76, 77, 201, 314.

-, Elizabeth, pensioner on the Civil List, 545.

-, Henry, Earl of Rochester, 522; keeper of New Park, Richmond, issues to, 12, 40, 114, 141; Paymaster General, etc., of Ireland, letter to, 316.

-, Jane, Countess of Rochester, Lady of the Bedchamber, 72, 179, 302, 486.

-, Lady Katherine, Lady of the Bedchamber, 72, 179, 302, 486.

-, Lawrence, Earl of Rochester, death of, 114, Keeper of New Park, Richmond, 114; payment to his executors, 114; trustee for the Queen Dowager Mary, 547.

-, Thomas, pensioner on the Civil List, 545.

Hyde Park. See London and WestminsterStreets and Places.

Hyet, George, appointed tidesman at Shields, 283.

Hyndford, Earl of. See Carmichael, James.

Hyte, John, Surveyor of the Dresser, Royal Household, 502.

Hythe, co. Kent, district of, murder of a servant of a riding officer of the Customs in, 270.