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H

Haarlem, Society of, 681.

Hackett, Samuel, lieutenant in Churchill's regiment, half pay for, 48, 604.

Hackney, co. Middlesex, 800.

Hackney Coaches, Stage Coaches and Hackney Chairs, Licensing and regulating:

business of, at the Treasury, Clerk dealing with, 31.

Commissioners for, attendance at the Treasury, 32.

letters to, 564, 846, 866.

new commissions, 519, 767; fees on, 855.

petition referred to, 863. salaries, 767.

Solicitor to. See Fisher, J.

Commissioners for, under 10 Anne, c. 18, new commission, 156.

licences, renewal of, 564.

Office, house in George Street leased for, 863.

Housekeeper and Surveyor. See Cooke, J.; Wanley, H.

in Norfolk Buildings, 863.

incidents and salary bills, 107, 319, 440, 702, 777.

Receiver of, clerks of, salaries, 513.

payment by, 855.

See also Wharton, E.

rent of, issue out of, 54.

tin plates for Hackney Coaches, engraving the Mark of the Rose for, 702.

Haderton, Ralph, ensign in Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 600.

Hagley, Frances, housekeeper of the Salt Office, 385.

-, William, coastwaiter in London port, 823.

Hague, 175, 735.

Ambassador at. See Walpole, H.

bills drawn at, 313.

English Church at, Minister of, allowance for, 211, 678.

Postage at, 172.

Society of French Gentlewomen at, allowance for, 679.

Hague, Robert, surveyor of House Duties, co. Derby, 694.

Haines. See Haynes.

Hair, John, watchman in Alloa port, 74.

-, -, watchman of the Salt in Borrowstounness, 504.

Halberton, co. Devon, hundred of, Receiver General of assessments and House Duties, 59, 622, 670.

Haldane, of Glenagles, John, pension of, 211, 512, 714.

-, Patrick, appointed a Commissioner of the Equivalent, 841.

Halden, John, landsurveyor of Inverness port, 416.

Hales, Joseph, surveyor of House Duties, co. Norfolk, 350.

Half Crowns, coining of, 330.

Halfpence, 22, 29.

brass, 228.

coining of. See Mintcopper coinage.

lead, 228.

tin, exchange of, 22930.

Half Subsidies. See Customs Duties Tonnage and Poundage.

Haliburton, Alison, royal bounty in Scotland for, 427.

-, George, Bishop of Aberdeen, pension of, payment on, 427.

-, Sarah, pension in Scotland for, 427.

Halifax, Earl of. See Montagu, Charles; Montagu, George.

Hall, Benjamin, appointed a Serjeant at Arms, 648.

-, Elizabeth, pension for, 214, 675.

-, George, surveyor of House Duties, co. Salop, 350, 663.

-, Gilbert, landwaiter and searcher at Irvine, 503.

-, John, Examiner in the Exchequer Court in Scotland, 357, 458.

-, -, instructed in Customs affairs, 854.

-, Joseph, Serjeant at Arms, fee of, 108.

-, Richard, Secretary to Vice Admiral Baker, 417.

-, Thomas, Chief Clerk and Clerk of the Papers of the Mint, 236.

-, -, Comptroller of the Salt Duties, 835.

-, -, Wardrobe Keeper at Windsor Castle, 506, 732.

-, -, William, captain in Lucas's regiment, half pay for, 596.

-, -, Comptroller of Milford port, 320.

-, -, lieutenant in Deloraine's regiment, half pay for, 598.

-, -, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 474.

Halliwell, Christian, royal bounty in Scotland for, 429.

Hallungius (Hallonguis, Halungius), Johann, Resident (Minister) from the Duke of Saxe Gotha, gold medal for, 741; memorial of, 76, 4112; issue to, for arrears of Saxe Gotha Troops, 11.

Halsall, James, Surveyorship of Petty Customs, London port, 449.

Hamble, co. Southampton, Salt Duty officer and watchman at, 6389; running of salt at, 638; Salt Works at, 6389.

Hambleton, , cornet in Wharton's regiment, half pay for, 596.

Hamburg, Hamburgh, 698, 739.

blacking from, 747.

iron from, 747.

linens from, 169.

pipe staves from, 747.

pitch and tar from, 747.

postage at, 171, 172, 738.

ship for, 101.

tin plates from, 747.

tin sold at, 157, 252, 282, 339, 391, 515.

Hamilton, Alexander, and the accounts of the Admiralty Agent at Jamaica, 576.

-, -, lieutenant colonel, royal bounty in Scotland for, 428.

-, Archibald, ensign in Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 48, 602.

-, -, lieutenant in Hyndford's regiment, half pay for, 599.

-, -, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 464, 471.

-, Elizabeth, Countess of Orkney, pension of, for Colonel Henry Villiers children, 217, 677.

-, -, Duchess of Hamilton, Heretable Housekeeper of Holyrood, memorials of, 250, 359, 372; salary, etc., 234.

-, Elizabeth, and her sons, an. nuities of, 138.

-, -, royal bounty in Scotland for, 427.

-, Ezekiel, chaplain in Lucas's regiment, half pay for, 597.

-, Frederick, colonel, regiment of (18th Foot, Royal Irish), 595.

-, Gavin, major in Hyndford's regiment, half pay for, 599.

-, -, tidesman in Port Glasgow, appointed Salt Duties officer, 74, 88.

-, George, Earl of Orkney, 819; Knight of the Thistle, new Image for his Collar, 390; Governor of Virginia, 5601.

regiment of (1st Foot) clearings of, 79.

clothing for, 440.

in Ireland, 440, 442.

provisions for, 442.

subsistence for, 4, 54, 92, 442.

-, George, cornet in Windsor's regiment, half pay for, 602.

-, Gustavus, major general, military pension in Ireland for, 593.

-, Hugh, Salt Duty officer, Borrowstounness collection, 504.

-, Dame Isabel, pension in Scotland for, 427.

-, James, captain in Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 600.

-, -, 1st Duke of Brandon, 4th Duke of Hamilton, creation of, 768; Master of the Ordnance, 112.

-, -, lieutenant in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 596.

-, -, lieutenant in Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 602.

-, of Pencaitland, James, a Lord of Session, salary, 356; a Lord of the Justiciary in the Southern Circuit, charges of, 617.

-, John, Customs officer, appointed collector of Salt Duties, Prestonpans port, 74.

-, -, head distributor and collector of Stamp Duties in Scotland, 377.

-, -, lieutenant colonel of Mitchelburn's regiment, half pay for, 594.

-, -, lieutenant in Marquis de Montandre's regiment, half pay for, 599.

-, -, payment to, for Army clothing, 50.

-, -, Porter of the Palace of Holyrood House, 359.

-, Walter, agent for sufferers by the French invasion of Nevis, 464.

-, -, Lieutenant Governor of Nevis, salary, 547.

-, -, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher and Nevis, 464.

-, -, grant of an estate in the French part of St. Christopher, 134.

-, William, captain, half pay for, 606.

-, -, ensign in Gorge's regiment, half pay for, 601.

-, -, King's Almoner in Scotland, salary, 616.

-, -, lieutenant in Chudleigh's regiment, half pay for, 47, 605.

Haminiog. See Heninnock.

Hamley, John, watchman to the Stamp Office, 410.

Hamlyn, Francis, Sheriff of Sussex, 7956.

Hammaker, Rich., adjutant of Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 602.

-, Richard, lieutenant in Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 602.

Hammon, , ensign in Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 602.

Hammond (Hamond), Anthony, Deputy Paymaster of the Forces in Spain, bill drawn on, 121.

-, George, clerk to the Agent for Transports in the Mediterranean, 632.

-, Hector, ensign in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 596.

-, John, quartermaster in Pearce's regiment, half pay for, 598.

Hampden, R., recommendation by, for Hides Duties place, 851.

-, [Richard], report by, 566.

Hampstead, Hamstead, Isle of Wight, Salt works at, 523; Salt Duty officer at, 523.

Hampton, co. Middlesex, poor of, allowance for, 678; Rector of, pension in lieu of tithes for land enclosed in Hampton Court Park, 678.

Hampton, Richard, Receiver General of assessments and House Duties, cos. Anglesey, Carnarvon and Merioneth, 624, 718, 771.

HAMPTON COURT, co. Middlesex: assessors and collectors of Land Taxes at, memorial of, 209.

Backstairs Room at, 555.

Bason, works at, 672.

Boscowen's Apartment at, 664.

Bushey Park alias the South Park, deer in, hay and corn for, 418.

Keeper of, fee of, 418.

Mower of the Brakes, fee of, 418.

Paler of, fee of, 418.

Chaplain of, pension for, 678.

Chase of, Lieutenant and Keeper of, fee of, 419.

Comptroller of the Household's lodgings at, 647.

Duchess of Somerset's lodgings at, 555.

Duke of Shrewsbury's lodgings at, 555.

Earl of Albemarle's apartments at, 763.

furniture for, 543, 615, 758. gamekeepers of, salaries, 507.

Gardens, admeasurement of, 324; allowances for keeping, 324, 709; works at, 672, 871.

Gentlemen Pensioners at, 141.

Glass Case Garden, admeasment of, 324.

Great Fountain Garden, admeasurement of, 324.

Great Parterre, admeasurement of, 324.

Green Gallery, works at, 219, 368.

Hare Warren at, Keeper of, and Keeper of the Game in, fee of, 419.

Hen Court Yard, admeasurement of, 324.

Honor and Manor of, bailiff of, fee of, 419.

Chief Steward of. See Montagu, Charles, Earl of Halifax.

Deputy Steward of, 419; allowance for Court Dinners etc., 419.

Feodary of, fee of, 419.

Keeper of the Game in, fee of, 419.

Mansion House of, Housekeeper of, fee of, 418; works at, 671.

rents, etc., of, account of, required, 619; payments out of, 418.

House Park, deer in, 192, 399.

King's Stud in, works required for, 192, 399.

lands adjoining, purchased, assessments on, 209.

offices in, purchased, 209.

King's Private Apartment at, extended, 763.

Kitchen Garden, admeasurement of, 324.

Lower Wilderness, admeasurement of, 324.

Master of the Horse's lodgings at, repairs to, 627.

Melon Ground, admeasurement of, 324.

Middle Park alias North Park, deer in, hay and corn for, 419.

Keeper of, fee of, 419.

Mower of the Brakes, fee of, 419.

Paler of, fee of, 419.

Offices at, various, grants of, 419, 703.

Old Buildings at, 555.

Piers, works at, 672.

Prince and Princess's Apartments at, furniture for, 445, 528; Bedchamber, painting of the ceiling of, 760, 816; Closet, 555.

Privy Garden, 763; admeasurement of, 324.

Privy Lodgings at, Keeper of.

See Marriott, R.

Quadrangle Princess Court, admeasurement of, 324.

Reader at, pension for, 678.

Stud at. See King's Stud.

Tennis Court at, admeasurement of, 324.

Terrace and Bowling Green at, admeasurement of, 324.

Underhousekeeper. See English, S.

Wilderness and Grove, admeasurement of, 324.

works at, 250, 541, 555, 575, 627, 647, 664, 763, 870; Clerk of the Works and Storekeeper, 495. See also Fort, T.

Hams, John, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 472.

Hamstead. See Hampstead.

Hanaper, 129, 130, 139; accounts, auditing of, 790; Clerk of the, 130. See also Edwards, T.; Whitehead, J.

Hanbury, , attends, Cotton Library, 36.

Hancock, Jeremiah, King's Brasier, lease of houses in Pall Mall Street, 651, 665, 799.

-, Thomas, re-grant of office of Comptroller General of the Wine Licence revenue, 36, 203.

Hand, Thomas, surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. Derby, 414.

Handasyde, Thomas, colonel, regiment of, in the West Indies, 61, 92.

Handbridge [co. Chester], manor of, lease of, 575.

Handel (Hendell), George Frederick, pension for, 675.

Handfield, John, distributor of Stamps for Kent, 410.

Handmaker, Richard, lieutenant in Lord Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 48.

Handyside, , house of, in Pall Mall Street, 644.

Hangings, Arras, 168, 856; Tapestry, 168, 834.

Hanley, John, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 478.

Hanmer, alias Hunt, John, prosecuted for exercising the function of a Papist priest, 301, 450; given leave to go to Aix la Chapell, 301.

-, Sir Thomas, Speaker of the House of Commons, allowances, 1134, 199, 364; grant of plate, 202.

Hannus, Lewis d', French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 587.

Hanover, 707, 783.

Court of, Secretary at. See Alais, Isaac d'.

Envoy from. See Grote, Thomas freiherr von.

King's servants returning to, 612.

King's Family Pictures from, 763.

Library at, gift to, 316.

Troops. See ArmyFlanders.

wines for the King sent to, 404.

Hansard, John, pensioner on the Irish establishment, 585.

Hanse Towns, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Wych, J.; Resident to.

See Wyche, C.

Hansell, Thomas, surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. Yorks., 350.

Hapgood, Thomas, pension for, 215.

Happing, co, Norfolk, hundred of, Receiver General of assessments, etc., 59, 622, 670.

Harbert, Edward, lease terminable on the life of, 857.

-, Mary, lease terminable on the life of, 857.

Harbord, Sir Charles, a Trustee of Queen Henriette Maria, 699.

-, William, Paymaster of the Forces in Ireland, accounts of, 19, 131; imprest money repaid by, 366.

-, -, Chief Ranger and Keeper of St. James's Park, 346.

Harborough, Baron. See Sherard, Benedict.

Harcourt, , of the Crown Office, allowance, 451.

-, Henry, Comptroller of the Classis Lottery anno 1711, 489, 526, 529, 611, 649, 655; appointment and securities, 348, 349.

-, Simon, Lord Harcourt, creation of, 768.

Lord Chancellor, 72; annuity of, 99; surrender of office, 99.

Solicitor General, 72.

Hardenberg, C. U., lodgings of, at St. James's, 763; request of, concerning the King's wines, 389.

Hardiman, Antho., sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 485.

-, Edward, captain in Earl of Deloraine's regiment, half pay for, 598.

Hardin, Joseph, tidesman in Bristol port, 673.

Harding (Hardinge), , house of, in Ayre Street, 487, 787.

-, -, tenant of a house in Vine Street, 787.

-, John, Deputy King's Remembrancer, reports by, 147, 169, 197, 222, 326, 354, 423, 818.

-, Joseph, tidesman in London port, 773.

Hardwick, , landwaiter, London port, seizure by, 664.

-, John, deputy King's Waiter in London port, 668, 673.

-, -, tidesman at Newcastle, 161.

Hardy, John, boatman on the Calshot Customs sloop, 433.

Hare, Henry, Customer or Collector of Lynn Regis port, 206.

-, John, Richmond Herald, coat for, 116; fee of, 108, 659.

-, Tim, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis and St. Christopher, 472, 473.

Hare Park, co. Lancaster, 462.

Harell, Charles, executor of Christian, payment to, 7001.

-, Christian, Physician in Ordinary to Wm. III, house in St. James's Palace granted to, 7001.

Harford, Daniel, captain lieutenant in Lord Ashburnham's regiment, half pay for, 47, 604.

Harlackenden, Katherine, pension for, 213, 675.

Harle, , captain commanding the Union frigate, 168.

Harley, David, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 468.

-, Edward, Auditor of Imprests, 555, 807, 827.

accounts before, 27, 445.

attends, 18, 22, 26, 27, 33, 316.

certificate of, 437.

leave for, 5.

letters to, 19, 160.

petitions referred to, 374, 828.

reports from, 22, 140, 200, 243, 257, 422, 439, 539, 540, 571, 630, 631, 724.

warrants to, 140, 434, 439, 463, 571, 753, 777, 825.

-, Robert, Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer, 243.

creation of, 768.

Lord Treasurer, 57, 72, 78, 878, 91, 106, 144, 150, 156, 157, 178, 225, 230, 330, 337, 422, 439, 457, 520, 522, 526, 529, 551, 564, 611, 7034, 711, 748, 791, 867.

proceedings against, schedule of Papers relating to, 7058.

Steward of lordships and manors (detailed) in co. Radnor, 161.

surrender of house and offices at St. James's, 248, 377.

trial of, in Westminster Hall, 851.

-, Thomas, expenses of his journeys to Hanover, 7068.

Harmsworth [Harmondsworth], co. Middlesex, manor of, fishing rights of tenants of, 491.

Harmsworth, Robert, Keeper of the Council Chamber, 436.

Harneis, John, Receiver General of assessments and House Duties for part of co. Lincoln, 22, 60, 623, 718, 765.

Harold, , house of, 285.

Harrington, Richard, messenger to the Commissioners for Licensing Hawkers and Pedlars, 782.

Harris, , captain, Lieutenant Governor of Jersey, pension for his widow and children, 351.

-, Catherine, petitions of, 2678.

-, Elizabeth, pension for, 212, 675.

-, Emanuel, ensign in Corbet's regiment, half pay for, 49, 603.

-, Gabriel, searcher of Gloucester port, 207, 722.

-, Henry, minister in New England, soliciting new establishment for ministers, charges of his journey, 497.

-, John, prosecuted for seditious words, 450.

-, -, quartermaster in the Earl of Wharton's regiment, half pay for, 596.

-, -, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 485.

-, -, tidesman in Plymouth port, 773.

-, Nathaniel, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 468.

-, Sarah, prosecuted for uttering base money, 410.

-, William, junior, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 478.

-, -, senior, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 478.

Harrison, Charles, payment to, 151.

-, -, Solicitor for the King's Affairs in the Exchequer Court, 363, 819.

-, Christopher, captain in Chudleigh's regiment, half pay for, 47, 605.

-, Delaval, ensign in Lucas's regiment, half pay for, 597.

-, H., master of the Granadier, 242.

-, Henry, lieutenant in Clayton's regiment, half pay for, 601.

-, Jacob, riding surveryor for Licensing Hawkers, Pedlars, etc., 782.

-, John, minister of Annapolis, royal bounty for, 761.

-, -, undersearcher at Gravesend, 206; searcher at Gravesend, 362, 375, 401.

-, Marsh, lieutenant in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 596.

-, Sir Robert, Receiver General of assessments for the county, city and university of Oxford, 60, 169, 191.

-, Samuel, ensign in Lucas's regiment, half pay for, 597.

-, -, quartermaster in Pearce's regiment, half pay for, 598.

-, Thomas, colonel, regiment of (6th Foot), from Flanders, additional men for, 802; clothing for, 826; pay of, 826; reformed officers of, half pay for, 601; subsistence for, 312, 695, 775, 802, 813, 826; transportation charges, 864.

-, -, tidewaiter at Borrowstounness, 665.

Harsnet, Hugh, riding surveyor of Customs at Lymington, 517.

Hart, James, minister of Grey Fryer's Church in Edinburgh, 336.

Hart Mill, co. Lancaster, 462.

Hart Park, co. Lancaster, 462.

Hartford. See Hertford.

Hartland, co. Devon, hundred of, Receiver General of assessments, 59, 623.

Hartlepool port, co. Durham, 87.

Hartley, William, Receiver General of assessments for co. Bucks., 622.

-, -, junior, Receiver General of House Duties, co. Bucks., 649.

Hartlib, Mary, widow, pension for, on the Irish establishment, 585.

Hartman, Elizabeth, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 465.

-, Joan, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 470.

Hartwell, Henry, Salt Duty watchman, 523.

Harvey, Baron. See Hervey, John.

-, (alias Mildmay), Carew, sheriff of co. Essex, 796.

-, [Daniel], lieutenant general, regiment of Horse of, pay, subsistence and clothing for, 826.

-, John, of Ixworth, trustee of Henry, Earl of St. Albans, 644, 697, 699, 799.

-, Samuel, waiter and searcher at Penryn, 619.

Harwich, co. Essex, brewer at, prosecuted, 450.

Customs House at, 776.

Fortifications at. See Fortifications.

packet boats of, flags for, 443.

port, Customs boatmen in, 847.

Comptroller of. See Veal, W.

Inspector of Port Books' observations on, 87.

tidesurveyor in, 55.

waiter and searcher in, 55.

Harwich, Marquess of. See Schomberg, Charles.

Harwood, Richard, cornet in Pepper's regiment, half pay for, 48, 603.

-, Thomas, sheriff of Norwich, account of, 565.

Haslen, Robert, Comptroller of Chichester port, 320, 369, 502.

Haslewood, Francis, Surveyor of Coastwaiters in London port, 619.

Hassel, Edward, clerk in the Excise Comptroller's Office, 655.

Hastings, co. Sussex, Customs boatmen at, 487, 619, 620.

Customs officers at, rewarded for a seizure, 562.

port of, Receiver General of assessments for, 60, 182.

Rape of, Receiver General of assessments for, 60, 182.

riding officer at, 562.

Hatchett, Ann, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 478.

-, Emanuel, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 467.

Hatfield, Thomas, bill of exchange payable to, 178.

Hatley (alias Browne), Sarah, executrix of Z. Browne, 387; executrix of. See Foster, M.

Hatton, , house of, in Pall Mall Street, 697.

-, See also Hutton.

Haughton, Tabitha, pension for, 675.

Hauston, Maurice, searcher of Carlisle port, 206.

Hauteclaire, John, captain in Wade's regiment, half pay for, 49.

Haverford West, co. Pembroke, Justices of. See Beeston, H.; Vaughan, R.; Winnington, F.

Havering-atte-Bower, co. Essex, manor of, High Steward of. See Blunt, D.; Conyers, J.

Havre de Grace, France, 242; ship from, seized, 577.

Hawes, , clerk to the Treasurer of the Navy, 37, 249, 252, 259, 261, 281, 307, 310, 754.

-, Thomas, appointed clerk to the Commissioners for Appeals in Excise, 124.

Hawkers, Pedlars and Petty Chapmen Licences:

accounts, auditing of, query as to, 7901.

business of, at the Treasury, 31.

Cashier of. See Sanderson, P.

charge of management of, estimate of, required, 143.

clerks employed on, 782.

Commissioners for, 24, 32, 143, 181, 782; new commission, 551.

Establishment, new, 782.

messenger for. See Harrington, R.

Office, cleaning of, 7823.

incidents bills, 449.

removed from Tower Hill to Holborn, 7823.

rent of, 7823.

salary bill, 782.

Riding Surveyor General. See Este, W.

riding surveyors for, salaries, 782.

Solicitor of. See Doyley, H.

surveyors of, 782; Inspector of. See Wells, T.

Hawkes, Elizabeth, tenant of a house in Meggot's Court, St. James's, 787.

-, John, Chief Customs boatman in Deal port, 405.

-, Thomas, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 483.

Hawkesmore (Hawksmoor), Nicholas, Clerk of the Works and Storekeeper at the Palaces of Whitehall, Westminster and St. James's, 265, 535.

Hawkins, Francis, distributor of stamped parchment and paper for Cornwall, 410.

-, Robert, captain in the Marquis de Montandre's regiment, half pay for, 598.

-, Thomas, Customs boatman at Kingswear, 370.

-, William, Ulster King of Arms, petition for increased allowance, 3834.

Hawks, Master of. See St. Albans, Charles, Duke of.

Hawkshaw, John, Doctor of Laws and Judge of the High Court of Admiralty in Ireland, petition of, 4267.

Hawksmoor. See Hawkesmore.

Hawley, Henry, colonel, military pensioner in Ireland, 593.

-, -, grantee of offices of bailiff and collector of rents, etc., of the honours, etc., of Wallingford cum Membris and Ewelme, 531, 786.

-, -, pension for, 215.

-, Judith, widow, pension (royal bounty) for, 402, 511, 675, 701.

-, Richard, grantee of offices of bailiff and collector of rents, etc., of the honors, etc., of Wallingford cum Membris and Ewelme, 531, 786.

Hawthorne, John, Customs waterman at Barking, 397.

Hay (Hey), Alexander, watchman of the salt in Prestonpans port, 74, 504.

-, Charles, Marquess of Tweeddale, commission to, 239, 248; pension for, 38, 211, 512, 714.

-, Elizabeth, Lady Hay, pension for, 675.

-, George, Viscount Dupplin, Teller of the Exchequer Receipt, first clerk to. See Edwards, ; grant of office revoked, 238; security bonds delivered up, 457; transfer of his cash, 3289.

creation of, 760.

-, George, Lieutenant Governor of Montserrat, appointment and salary, 453, 546, 547.

-, Hugh, tidewaiter and Salt Duty officer in Preston Pans collection, 503, 504.

-, Janet, royal bounty in Scotland for, 429.

-, John, officer for Duties on Scots Salt in Prestonpans port, 74.

-, Thomas, Earl of Kinnoul, 238; pension of, 186.

-, See also Hays.

Haydock, Robert, of Liverpool, merchant, petition, Customs debt, 821.

Hayes, Hugh, tenant of a house in Pall Mall Court, 697.

-, James, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 484.

Hayles, Peter, Bankers annuities assigned by, 750.

Haynes (Haines), Hopton, Weigher and Teller of the Mint in the Tower, 341.

-, J., account of revenue in Ireland signed by, 392.

-, John, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 476.

-, Philip, ensign in Wittewrong's regiment, half pay for, 597.

-, Robert, searcher and surveyor of cards and dice, 383.

Hayridge, Heyridge, co. Devon, hundred of, Receiver General of assessments for, 59, 622, 670.

Hays (Hay, Hayse), Richard, tidesman at Bristol, 773.

-, Robert, captain in Chudleigh's regiment, half pay for, 47, 605.

-, Thomas, quartermaster in Ashburnham's regiment, half pay for, 604.

-, William, Examiner of the Outport Books, dismissed, 184, 192.

-, -, lieutenant in Chudleigh's regiment, half pay for, 47, 605.

Haysham, Thomas, searcher at Bridgwater, 486.

-, See also Heysham.

Hayton, John, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 479.

Haytor, Heytor, co. Devon, hundred of, Receiver General of assessments for, 59, 623.

Hayward, , and others, prosecuted for riot at Taunton, 300.

Hazel (Hazell), George, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 467.

-, Joan, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 467.

Heacham, Hitcham, co. Norfolk, waiter and searcher at, 521.

Head, Anne, pension for, 212, 675.

-, Sir Francis, surety for G. Bowles, petition of, 618.

-, William, tidesman in London port, 206.

Headford [co. Gal way], barracks in, 607.

Heanage. See Heneage.

Heath, Maher Shalal Hashbeth, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 482.

-, William, of Bloomsbury, lease of Aclome manor, etc., 531, 5756, 638.

Heathcot, Caleb, Surveyor General of Customs in North America, appointment, 620.

Heather, Faith, widow, petition for new lease of messuage, etc., in Sharelston, 656.

-, John, surety for J. Fox, petition of, 157, 689, 745.

-, Mathew, lease for the life of, 656.

Heblethwayte, (Heblethwait, Heblethwaite), Charles, Paymaster of the King's private pensions and annuities, 296, 724.

-, -, petition for lease of tenement in St. James's Park, 641.

-, -, undersearcher of London port, 832.

-, William, captain in the Marquis de Montandre's regiment, half pay for, 598.

Hedges, Charles, Groom of the Robes, salary, 94.

Heimsdorff, Monsieur Tuhrer de (Fuhrer de Hermensdorff), Senator of Nuremberg, present to, in return for some models, 559.

Heinsley, Alice, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 471.

Helden, John, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 464.

Heline, Mary, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 471.

-, See also Pinney.

Hellewell, James, riding surveyor for Licensing of Hawkers, Pedlars, etc., 782.

Hellier, , wine merchant, Customs bonds of, 744.

Hemings, John, surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. Norfolk, 501.

Hemington, , captain, commander of H. M. S. Bristol, his engagement with a ship from Algiers, 174.

Hemp, Duties on. See Customs Duties.

in America, raising and curing of, 777.

seized, 755.

Hemyock, Hemyocke, co. Devon, hundred of, Receiver General of Duties on Houses and assessments for, 59, 622, 670.

Henault (Henalt), East and West. See Waltham Forest.

Hencour, Elizabeth de St. De Lis d', French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 588.

-, Magdalen de St. De Lis d', French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 588.

-, Varania de St. De Lis d', French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 588.

Hendell. See Handel.

Henderson, Alexander, Customs collector at Alloa, 726.

-, Ann. See Carew.

-, Jane, royal bounty in Scotland for, 428.

-, Malcolm, pensioner on the Charity Roll of Scotland, 655; royal bounty for, 430.

Hendley, Robert, tenant of a house in Pall Mall Street, 697.

Hendrickson, Leonard, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis and St. Christopher, 481, 486.

Heneage (Heanage), Charles, Chief Usher of the Exchequer Court, allowances, 153, 218, 438.

Heninnock [Haminiog], co. Cardigan, manor of, stewardship, etc., of, 197.

Henley, Anthony, pension of, out of Tenths of the Clergy, 142.

-, Sir Robert, re-grant of office of Collector of Sandwich port, 320, 369.

Henrietta Maria, Queen Mother, Trustees of, lease by, 6989.

Henry, Prince of Wales, son of James I, 518.

Hensham. See Henstead.

Henshaw, , payment by, at Genoa, 630.

Henstead, Hensham, co. Norfolk, hundred of, Receiver General of assessments for, 59, 621.

Hepburn, Andrew, waiter at the Gates of Edinburgh, employed in the Salt Duties, 88.

-, -, watchman in Prestonpans port, 74, 666.

-, James, tidewaiter at Dundee, 666.

-, John, surgeon in the Marquis de Montandre's regiment, half pay for, 599.

-, Patrick, King's Apothecary in Scotland, 359.

Heralds and Pursuivants at Arms:

caps for, 115.

cases for their crowns, 115.

coats for, 1156; to be

made longer, 116.

fees, salaries and expenses of, 108, 65960, 8489; for the Coronation, on the creation of the Prince of Wales and on the creation of noblemen, 7678.

payment to, for letters and designs and painting works for Queen Anne's funeral, and George I's Arms, Coins and Coronation, 848 9.

robes for, for the Coronation, 767.

See also Scotland.

Herauld, James, pension for, 215.

Herbert, Anne, Dowager Countess Herbert of Chirbury, petition for new lease of ground in St. James's Park, 857.

Herbert, Arthur, Earl of Torrington, fen land in Bedford Level granted to, 756; proposed grant of extra parochial tithes, 756.

-, Caleb, ensign in Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 600.

-, -, surgeon to Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 600.

-, Edward, grant of mills in Brecon lordship, 649.

-, Henry, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 486.

-, Henry, Baron Herbert, 284.

-, James, trustee for the Duke of Leeds, lease to, 686.

-, Joseph, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 485, 486.

-, Mary, grant of mills in Brecon lordship, 649.

-, Philip, [26th] Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, Chief Ranger and Keeper of St. James's Park, 346.

-, -, a Commissioner for Sick and Wounded, 444; salary of, taxes on, 434.

-, -, pension for, 675.

-, Thomas, 27th Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, in the West, messenger sent to, 81; pension for, 218, 431, 570.

-, -, clockmaker and watchmaker to the King, allowances, 507; arrears due to, 97; creditors of, payment to, 507; great poverty of, 507.

-, -, petition for Comptrollership of the Great Customs on wool and leather exported, 14; services of, in the Duty on Soap, 14.

-, -, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 474.

-, William, [25th] Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, Keeper of the Gawle, Riding Forester, etc., in the Forest of Dean, 700.

Herbs, Strewer of, allowance, 733.

See also Blizard, Alice.

Hereford, county of, distributor of stamps for. See Mathews, W.; Shepheard, J.

Receiver General of assessments and House Duties.

See Baugham, E.; Clarke, S.

Sheriff of. See Jackson, P.; Weaver, R.

surveyor of House Duties.

See Birt, J.

Hereford, co. Hereford, 65

Hereford, Viscount. See Devereux, Price.

Heriot, W., captain, member of a Naval court-martial, 110.

Herle, Edward, Sheriff of Cornwall, account of, 192.

-, James, lieutenant in Wade's regiment, half pay for, 49.

Herman, , children of, pension for, 675.

Hermensdorff. See Heimsdorff.

Hermitage, Viscount. See Scott, Francis.

Herne, Lionel, employed in securing loan on South Sea Stock, 445.

-, Sir Joseph, et al., grant (in 1694) of privilege of making, etc., halfpence and farthings, 22831.

Heron, Alexander, lieutenant in Lucas's regiment, half pay for, 596.

-, Charnock, Commissioner for Hackney Coaches, etc., 519.

-, Louisa, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 466.

-, Michael, proposal by, for victualling Gibraltar Garrison, 183, 407.

Herrehill, co. Lanes., pasture called, 462.

Herriott, Elizabeth, royal bounty in Scotland for, 428.

Hertford, county of, Receiver General of assessments and House Duties, 551. See also Ashby, T.; Meetkirke, A.; Peters, R.

Sheriff of. See Feltham, C.

surveyors of House Duties.

See Clince, R.; Draycot, J.; Stone, W.

Hertford (Hartford), Earl [Marquis] of. See Seymour, Algernon.

Hervey, John, 4th Earl of Bristol, creation of, 768; Baron Hervey of Ickworth, creation of, 767.

Hesket, John, King's Waiter, London port, 206.

-, -, Lancaster Herald, coat for, 116; fee of, 108, 659.

Portcullis, fee of, 108.

Hesketh, George, riding officer at Blackpool, 773.

-, Thomas, chaplain in Windsor's regiment, half pay for, 47, 602.

Hesse Darmstadt, Prince George of, baggage of, 91; bills of exchange drawn by, 157, 179.

Heston, co. Middlesex, inhabitants of, prosecuted, 450.

Hetherington, Richard, ensign in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 596.

Heup. See Le Heup.

Hewardine (Hewarden), Francis, pension for, 217, 678.

Hewer, William, executor of Samuel Pepys, stay of process against, 488; Treasurer of Tangier Garrison, account of, 488.

Hewett (Hewet, Hewitt, Hewytt), Robert, Auditor of CrownLands co. Northampton, 574.

-, Thomas, Surveyor General of Woods, Trent North and South, 821.

attends the Treasury, 251, 276, 316.

claim by, to windfall wood, 2523.

fee of, 103, 3234.

grant of office, Trent South, 324.

letters to, 276, 399, 439, 5401, 548.

lodgings of, in Scotland Yard, 551.

payments by, 455.

petitions referred to, 382, 401, 461, 525, 528, 545, 563, 766, 821.

records to be delivered to, 369.

re-grant of office, Trent North, 324.

reports by, 441, 569.

warrants to, 441, 568, 668.

Hewlett, John, proposal by, for victualling Gibraltar Garrison, 407.

Heworth Grange, co. York, lease of, 694, 704, 729.

Hey. See Hay.

Heylin, John, payment to, for Army clothing, 50.

Heyman, Edward, lease of manors of Cookham and Bray, 716.

Heymans, , debt due to, for forage, 86, 274, 572, 573.

-, Anthony, son of James, Surveyor of Wine Tasters, London port, 620.

-, James, Surveyor of Wine Tasters, London port, appointment, 552; resignation, 620.

Heyridge. See Hayridge.

Heysham, Robert, agent for sufferers by the French invasion of St.

Christopher, 469, 472, 484, 485.

-, William, agent for sufferers by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 469, 472, 484, 485.

-, See also Haysham.

Heytor. See Haytor.

Hibbert, , goods bought of, 760.

Hibbins, Henry Lucius, ensign in Creighton's regiment, half pay for, 596.

Hickender, Katherine, tenant of a house near Piccadilly, 787.

Hickman, Thomas, captain lieutenant in Bowles's regiment, half pay for, 599.

HIDES, SKINS, VELLUM AND PARCHMENT, DUTIES ON (LEATHER DUTIES):

as by 9 Anne, c. 12 (Old Duties), 224, 382, 396, 488.

as by 10 Anne, c. 19 (Additional Duties), 225, 381, 396, 488.

accounts, auditing of, 790.

Clerk of Securities. See Hooper, E. G.; Wilson, G.

collectors of, 225; to act as Surveyors of the Window Tax, 319.

Commissioners for, commissions, 156, 193, 2245, 381, 382, 835.

letters and warrants to, 143, 169, 227, 322, 334, 338, 374, 397, 441, 443, 488, 526, 531, 851, 852.

memorial of, 441.

petitions referred to, 379, 411, 488, 553, 817.

report of, 396.

salaries, 193, 225, 338, 396, 835.

expense in collecting and accounting, enquiry as to, 227.

frauds in, offer to discover, 411.

management of, estimate of the charge of, required, 143; improvement in, draft instructions for, 227.

mischiefs in, complaints of, 334.

Office of, 63, 401, 417, 800.

establishment, approved, 396; copy of, required, 143; draft, required, 227.

incidents bills, 227, 396, 572.

salary bills, 338, 361, 384, 396, 488, 655.

officers of, appointed, 443, 852.

assessments on salaries, repaid, 441.

dismissed, 22, 852.

payments into the Exchequer, charges of, 488, 527.

prosecution for, 379.

Receiver General (Cashier) of, difficulties of, in receiving small coins, 229.

See also Farnaby, C.; Foley, E.

Solicitor for the Affairs of.

See Hooper, G.; Wilson, G.

storekeeper of. See Manaton, R.; Radcliffe, A.

surveyors of, 225.

See also CustomsDuties; Scotland.

Higby, Nathaniel, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 467.

Higgens, Richard, Customs surveyor of Rye, 487.

Higgins, Patrick, tidesman at Aberdeen, 88.

Higginson, Thomas, surveyor of House Duties, co. Middlesex, 414.

Highmore, Thomas, Serjeant Painter to the Works, fee of, 102, 454; re-grant of office, 454.

Highwaymen, rewards for arrests, etc., 565, 715, 795.

Hilburne, George, Comptroller of Bridgwater port, 206.

Hildsley, Katherine, pension for, 212, 675.

Hill, co. Lincoln, wapentake of, Receiver General of assessments for, 60, 622.

Hill, , account of, 22.

-, , Mrs., room of, at St. James's, 752.

-, Ann, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 478.

-, Anthony, tidesman at Hull, 371.

-, Christian, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 469.

-, Christopher, Master of the King's Barges, 544, 710; salary, 505, 732; silver badge for, 511; standard delivered to, 767.

-, Fra., sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 478.

-, Jane, widow of Richard, petition of, 197, 6401.

-, John, a Commissioner appointed to inspect the demolition of the fortifications and port of Dunkirk, 781, 842.

-, -, goods stolen from, 683.

-, -, Major General (General, Brigadier):

Commander in Chief of the Expedition to Canada in 1711, 201, 706.

regiment of (11th Foot), clothing of, 826.

detachment of, in Annapolis Garrison, 201.

in Scotland, 269.

musters, respits on, allowed, 2001.

offreckonings of, 13, 22, 69, 86, 98, 145, 186, 4012.

on the expedition to Canada, men lost in the St. Lawrence and by desertions, etc.; recruiting charges for, 2001.

ordered to Ireland, 269; subsistence in advance for, 442.

ordered from Ireland, 548.

pay of, 826.

provisions for, 442.

subsistence for, 4, 54, 92, 548, 826.

-,-, Lieutenant General of the Ordnance, fee of, 103; patent revoked, 99.

-, -, Receiver and Paymaster of the Transport Service, appointment, 626.

issues to, 288, 682, 695, 731, 817.

payments by, 759, 792, 853; directions concerning, 710.

petitions referred to, 851.

salary, 863.

-, -, tidesman at Hull, 371.

-, Joseph, lieutenant in Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 600.

-, Margaret, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 478.

-, Mary, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 478.

-, -, pension for, 675.

-, Nathaniel, lessee of a tenement in Marylebone Street, 698.

-, -, major, pension for, 213, 675.

-, Richard, captain, half pay for, 605.

-, -, -, military pension in Ireland for, 593; stopped, 694.

-, -, Latin Secretary to Queen Anne, 124, 198, 554.

-, -, messuage in Whitby owned by, 197, 6401; imprisoned in York, 641.

-, -, payments to, on the pension for the Vaudois Ministers, etc., 217, 365, 678.

-, -, Surveyor of the Coastwaiters in London port, 619.

-, Samuel, Latin Secretary, appointment fee, etc., 124, 554.

-, William, deputy Inspector of Prosecutions in Exchequer concerning uncustomed goods, 778.

Hillock, James, tidewaiter at Dumfries, 666.

Hilton, Benjamin, annuity order of, lost, 418.

-, Cha., annuity on the life of, 418.

-, George, lands in Lancashire of, 463.

-, Hugh, lieutenant in Lucas's regiment, half pay for, 596.

-, John, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 482.

Hinch, Robert, lands in Durham Bishopric of, forfeited for felony, 536.

Hinchliffe, , damask bought of, 760.

-, Thomas, and Company, mercers, payment to, 94.

Hind, Edward, tidewaiter at Kirkcaldy, 89.

Hindman, James, imprisoned for corruptingCustoms and Salt Duties officers, 564.

Hinton, Anthony, captain in Dormer's regiment, half pay for, 600.

-, Samuel, pensioner on the Irish establishment, 585.

Hinxman, Joseph, Woodward of the New Forest, 7656; grant of office, 373.

Hirdman, James, imprisoned in Durham Goal for fraud, 629.

Historiographer Royal. See Madox, T.

Hitcham. See Heacham.

Hobson (Hopson), , a collector of the Revenue in Ireland, 490.

-, Elizabeth, widow, petition of, 490.

-, George, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 483.

-, John, Chief Joiner and Purveyor of the Works, 102, 453, 454.

-, -, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 481.

-, Joshua, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 477.

Hockin, Robert, tenant of a house in Southrey, 717.

Hoddart, John, tidewaiter at Dunbar, 666.

Hodder, John, waiter and searcher at Bigbury Bay, removed to Salcombe, 370.

Hodge, Barbara, royal bounty in Scotland for, 429.

Hodges, , distributor of Stamps at Derby, 194.

-, Charles, Comptroller of Bristol port, 320.

-, -, deputy to the Master of the Robes, 244, 258.

-, Sir Joseph, and the purchase of an estate at Carshalton, 309 10.

petition of, cochineal seized, 444, 731.

Trustee for South Sea Stock, 84, 845.

-, Joseph, bill of exchange payable to, 178.

-, Thomas, Deputy Judge Advocate at Placentia, 221.

-, Sir William, bart., petition of, 85; Trustee for South Sea Stock, 78, 839, 845.

Hodgkinson, William, of Overton, security for H. Ferne, 389.

Hodgson, Christopher, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 475.

-, John, surety for T. Wells, 181.

Hoffman (Hoffman), Johann Philipp, Resident from the Emperor, gold medal for, 741; letter from, mentioned, 687.

Hogg, John, Macer of the Exchequer in Scotland, 358.

-, Robert, order of loan lost by, 241.

Hogsthorpe, co. Lincoln, manor of, lease of lands, etc., in, 545.

Holbeach (Holbech), John, clerk in the Treasurer of the Chamber's Office, acting Treasurer of the Chamber, accounts, 149, 315; fees, etc., of, 110, 2378, 317; letters to, 11, 8567.

Holbrook, Holebrook, co. Derby, 389.

Holder, Edward, housebreaker, rewards for the arrest of, 715.

-, George, pension for, 211, 675.

Holderness, Earl of. See Darcy, Robert.

Holdip, Thomas, Secretary to the Salt Commissioners, 222.

Holebrook. See Holbrook.

Holford, Thomas, lessee of houses in the Haymarket, 771.

Holker, co. Lancaster, 4612.

HOLLAND, 334, 422, 450, 508, 543, 568, 630, 643, 687, 738, 830.

Agent from. See L'Hermitage de Saulnires, R.

arms bought in, 844.

bills drawn from, 844.

Embassy in, Secretary to.

See Ayerst, W.

George I in, 56, 781.

mercers goods from, 150, 322, 368, 660.

sale of tin in, 261, 283, 293, 307. See also Amsterdam.

troops from. See ArmyDutch Forces.

See also States General.

Holland Division, co. Lincoln, Receiver General of Taxes for, 60, 623, 624.

Holland (linen), 543, 544, 716.

Holland, George, quartermaster in Pearce's regiment, half pay for, 598.

-, John, Surveyor of the Warehouse, London port, 854.

Hollaway, John, Customs waterman on the River Thames, 397.

Holles, John, Duke of Newcastle, executors of, payment to, on his fee for the Park in Sherwood Forest, 102.

Holloway, Humphrey, landwaiter in Exeter port, 321.

Holme, George, chaplain at Algiers, 174.

Holmeby, co. Northampton, 729.

Holmes, George, Chief Clerk for digesting, etc., Records in the Tower, appointment and salary, 416, 512, 536, 618, 861.

-, -, lieutenant, half pay for, 605.

-, Henry, ensign in Clayton's regiment, half pay for, 601.

-, -, Lieutenant Governor of the Isle of Wight, 221.

-, Richard, Inspector and Examiner of the Port Books, 867, 330.

Holoride, Richard, provisions supplied to Gibraltar Garrison by, 115.

Holstein Beck, Princess of, pension of, 681.

Holstein Gottorp, Court of, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Wych, J. Envoy from. See Gyllenbourg, Count.

Minister (Resident) from. See Petkum, H.

Holstein Troops. See ArmyFlanders.

Holt, co. Norfolk, hundred of, Receiver General of assessments, etc., for, 59, 622, 670.

Holt, Henry, Lieutenant General (Colonel), regiment of Marines of, disbandment of detachments of, 23, 288, 710, 713; at Chichester, 797; at Deptford, 144; at Greenwich, 145; at Portsmouth, 640; at Westminster, 640.

-, Rowland, Comptroller General of Customs Accounts, 210.

Holy Island, ship seized at, 822, 8623.

Holyrood House, King's Palace of, Heretable Housekeeper of. See Hamilton, Duchess of.

Porter of, salary, 234. See also Hamilton, J.

repairs to, 250, 372.

tenements in, sum due from the Crown for, interest on, 234, 359, 616.

Underkeeper of, salary, 234.

See also Porterfield, J.

Home, Alexander, quartermaster in Kerr's regiment, half pay for, 48.

-, (Hume), Alexander, 7th Earl of Home, General of the Mint in Scotland, patent revoked, 166; pension of, payments on, 346, 524, 530.

-, Mark, tidewaiter in Perth port, 666.

-, Robert, waiter at the Gates of Edinburgh, 667.

Homefrith Walk. See Waltham Forest.

Homesby, George, Salt Duty officer at Shaldowne, 522.

Hornet. See Du Hornet.

Hone, John, payment to, for furniture, 631.

Honywood, Philip, Groom of the Bedchamber, annuity, 499, 529, 617, 801.

-, Sir William, Commissioner of Appeals in Excise, 193.

Hoodless, James, tidewaiter at Borrowstounness, 665.

Hooker, Edward, Receiver General of assessments and House Duties for co. Southampton and the Isle of Wight, 60, 128, 154, 622.

-, George, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 481.

Hookes (Hooks), John, an underclerk of the House of Commons, 159, 353, 765.

Hooper, Edmond Giles, Solicitor for Duties on Hides and Clerk of Securities, 374, 379.

-, Robert Lettice, Collector and Searcher of the Four and a Half per cent Duty at St. Ostins, 773.

-, Thomas, adjutant to Churchill's regiment, half pay for, 604.

-, -, captain lieutenant in Churchill's regiment, half pay for, 48, 604.

Hooton, Howton, co. York, Lordship of, lease of lands, etc., in, 575, 613, 636.

Hooton, George, waiter and searcher at Heacham and Brancaster, 521.

Hopkins, John, petition of, 689.

Hoply, Edward, watchman for Salt Duties at Flint, 185.

Hop Merchants, complaint by, 404.

Hops, Duties on, 850.

accounts, allowance to Excise Auditor's clerks for, 654; charges to, 228, 422.

Clerks to the Comptroller of Excise for, 6545.

Excise Cashier's clerk for, 843.

Excise incidents charged on, 228.

anno 1711 (as by 9 Anne, c. 3), loans on, 1, 203, 254, 256, 278.

produce of, account of, required, 537, 541.

Hops, Foreign, Duties on. See Customs Duties.

importation of, account of, required, 537; into Ireland, illegal, 4034.

Hopson. See Hobson.

Hopton, Edward, quartermaster in Pearce's regiment, half pay for, 598.

Horan, Edward, quartermaster in Pearce's regiment, half pay for, 598.

Hore, James, lieutenant in Ashburnham's regiment, half pay for, 47, 604.

Hornby, , Salt Works at Bramsty erected by, 107.

Horncastle, co. Lincoln, Soke of, Receiver General of assessments for, 60, 622.

Horne, Alexander, quartermaster in Kerr's regiment, half pay for, 605.

-, John, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 474.

-, Robert, mariner on the Margaret of Leven, 96.

-, Thomas, payments to, for services in Post Office accounts, 443, 569, 778.

Horse, Master of the. See Royal Mews and Stables.

Horsepath Coppice. See Shotover Forest.

Horse-racing, Queen Anne's Plates at Newmarket and in Yorkshire, management of the running for, 178.

Horses, allowance made to Customs officers for, 206.

Duties on. See Customs Duties.

for the Queen Dowager, 406.

given by Geo. I to the Envoy from Tripoly, 382.

King's running horses at Newmarket, allowance for keeping, 138, 177.

See also King's Stud.

Horsey, Richard, payment to, for Army clothing, 51.

Horsham, co. Sussex, Division of, Officer for the duties on Hides for, 22.

Hort, Joseph, chaplain in Wittewronge's regiment, half pay for, 597.

Horton, co. Buckingham, inhabitants of, prosecuted, 450.

Horton, co. Northampton, 106, 418.

Hosier, Francis, captain, commander of the Salisbury, courtmartialled for trading, 11011.

-, George, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Salop, debt of, 52, 57, 63, 417.

-, Richard, surety for George, 57, 63, 417.

Hospitals. See Army.

Hotham, Sir Charles, petition of, 529.

regiment of, mules, etc., for, at Alicante, 529; raising of 529; reduction of, in Spain, 529.

-, Joseph, surveyor of House Duties, co. York, 323.

Houblon, James, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 477.

-, Wynne, agent for James, 477.

Houghton, Tabitha, pension for, 214.

Houlding, William, captain, member of a Naval court-martial, 110.

Houlditch, Richard, Trustee for the sale of South Sea Stock, 77, 79, 81.

-, -, Commissioner of the Stamps and Apprentices Duties, 835.

Hounslow, co. Middlesex, innkeepers of, petition for quartering money, 146.

Hounslow Heath, co. Middlesex, game on, Keeper of, fee and livery, 419; grant of office, 419.

Hourse, Henry d', lieutenant in Pepper's regiment, half pay for, 48, 603.

House. See Howe.

House Park. See Hampton Court.

Housebreakers, arrest of, expenses in, 565, 715.

Household. See Royal Household.

HOUSES, Duties on (Window Tax) (as by 78 Wm. III, c. 18, 89 Wm. III, c. 20, 1 Anne, c. 7 and 6 Anne, c. 21; and New Duties as by 8 Anne, c. 10), 4.

annual expense of collecting, etc., enquiry as to, 227.

arrears of, 3, 22, 52, 138, 417.

Commissioners of, commission, 193.

day for attending the Treasury, 32 incidents bill, 396, 449, 572.

salaries, 193, 338, 396.

Establishment for, 227, 396.

General Surveyors of, dismissed, 319. See also Jones, W.

management of, draft instructions for improving, required, 227.

payments out of, 338, 500.

Receivers General of, 4, 97, 152, 280.

commissions and securities, 45, 52, 56, 118, 154, 181, 461, 563, 579, 633, 647, 649, 661, 670, 718, 726, 755, 759, 7645, 770, 779, 785, 806, 846, 847, 850.

debts of, 37.

extraordinary charges of, 558.

list of, required, 3.

petitions for places of, 667, 718.

warrants to, 58, 323, 338, 34950, 3712, 426, 449, 458, 493, 501, 523, 537, 551, 572, 639, 663, 721, 848, 869.

Surveyors of, 835.

appointment, 24, 58, 96, 149, 152, 313, 323, 34950, 3712, 410, 4145, 426, 458, 493, 501, 523, 537, 551, 639, 650, 663, 694, 721, 848, 869.

complaints against, 24, 553.

dismissed, 24, 96, 149, 152, 323, 3712, 410, 493, 650, 669, 694, 721; petitions for reinstatement, 228, 321, 531, 575, 8178; restored, 244.

petitions and recommendations for places of, 432, 575, 618, 669, 825.

resignation of, 58.

salaries, 58, 97, 152, 323, 34950, 3712, 410, 4145, 426, 458, 493, 501, 523, 537, 551, 639, 643, 650, 694, 720, 721, 848, 869; petition for increase, 807.

travelling charges of, 720.

Houston, Elizabeth, royal bounty in Scotland for, 430.

Houwlatson, John, master of L'Aigle, 389.

How. See Howe.

Howard,, Mrs., lodgings of, at St.

James's, 379.

-, Ambrose, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 481.

-, Charles, 4th Earl of Carlisle, Ranger of Teesdale, lease by, 422.

-, Charles, 6th Earl of Carlisle, certificate of, 56.

letters to, 95, 612.

a, Lord of the Treasury, 263 85 passim, 292.

appointment, 263, 264; determined, 295.

salary, 562, 769.

recommendation by, 14.

-, Charles, Groom of the Bedchamber, 499, 529, 617, 802.

Edward, colonel, pay of, as Major of Brigade in Spain, 160.

-, -, pension for his widow, 675.

-, Lord Frederick, pension on Irish establishment for, 282, 594.

-, Henrietta, royal bounty and pension for, 625, 675, 701.

-, Henry, Earl of Suffolk and Bindon, 768.

Commissioner for Trade, appointment, 691, 701, 730.

Deputy Earl Marshal, 115, 848.

royal bounty for, 701.

-, Hugh, Keeper of the Paper Office, 161; Keeper of the Post Office, 554.

-, Hyde, lieutenant in Deloraine's regiment, half pay for, 598.

-, James, son of Philip, pension for, 675.

-, Lady Jane, royal bounty for, 543.

-, John, Joiner of the Privy Chamber, payment to, 508; salary, 507, 733.

-, Lucy, widow, pension for, 675.

-, Mary, housekeeper of the Excise Office, 512.

-, Philip, colonel, pension and royal bounty for, 543, 675, 701; pension for his son, 675.

-, Sir Robert, Auditor of the Exchequer Receipt, 106.

-, Thomas, Lord Howard of Effingham, pension for, 185, 753.

-, -, 4th Earl of Berkshire, lessee of Ewelme Warren and Manor, 787.

-, Thomas, lieutenant colonel of Wade's regiment, half pay for, 49.

-, -, colonel, Major of Brigade in Spain, pay whilst a prisoner, 21920.

-, William, Dr., Register of Pamphlets in the Stamp Office, 383.

Howe (House, How), George, watchman to the Stamp Office, 410.

-, John, Receiver and Paymaster General of Guards and Garrisons and Paymaster of Chelsea Hospital, accounts of, 100, 116, 186, 650, 822.

agents to, 650.

Army debentures held by, 122, 646.

certificates by, 414.

house of, in Tilt Yard, 99.

issues to, 4, 6, 23, 43, 46, 567, 601, 92, 116, 132, 145, 180, 207, 252, 386, 519.

letters to, 2, 5, 44, 55, 177, 650.

loans by, 203, 207, 262, 385, 492, 797.

memorials of, 37, 186, 252, 573.

Office of, debts in, account of, required, 3, 46.

patent revoked, 99.

payments by, 57, 221, 340, 386, 818, 837.

petitions referred to, 11, 76, 83, 389.

reports by, 4, 21, 86, 219, 425.

South Sea Stock of, 22, 70, 77, 78, 122, 252, 386, 646.

wages, fee and allowance of, 99.

warrants to, 63, 350.

-, -, et al., Referees of Army Debts, 85, 89, 94, 123, 124, 151, 158, 166, 502n.

-, -, grantee of offices of Keeper of the Gawle, Riding Forester and Ale Conner in the Forest of Dean, 700.

-, -, pension for, 188.

-, -, tidewaiter at Dumfries, 663.

Howell, Ann, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 480.

-, George, Receiver General of Taxes for South Wales, debt of, 208; extraordinary charges of, 241, 8478.

Howgill, John, surveyor of Duties on Houses, co. Middlesex, 415.

Howlett, John, proposal of, for victualling Gibraltar Garrison, 183.

Howarth, Humphrey, Receiver of Crown Revenues in cos. Anglesey, Carnarvon, Merioneth, Denbigh, Flint and Montgomery and co. Chester, 162.

Howson, Robert, Customs Surveyor on the Eastern Shore of Virginia and Maryland, 487.

Howton. See Hooton.

Hoy, Thomas, Dr., Reader and Professor of Physic in Oxford University, fee of, 711.

Hubbard, Nathaniel, tidesman in London port, 487.

Hubert, , damask bought of, 760.

Huddart, John, watchman of the Salt, Alloa collection, 504; Customs place for, 666.

Huddleston, Sir William, lease of the manor, forest and chase of Teesdale, 422.

Hudson, , payment to, 17.

-, John, stamper in the Stamp Office, London, 194; appointed Assistant Register of Stamps, 779.

-, Roger, goldsmith, security for H. Ferne, 389.

-, Seys, tidesman and boatman at Swansea, 405.

Hudson's Bay, goods from, 154, 168.

Huffam, John, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 477.

Huggins, , papers in hands of, 389.

-, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 476.

Hughes, John, Secretary to the Commissioners for ascertaining rights of proprietors of lands, Portsmouth, Chatham and Harwich Fortifications, 95.

-, Morris, clerk in the Excise Comptroller's Office, 655.

-, Samuel, clerk in the Excise Comptroller's Office, 654; appointed Deputy Comptroller, 375, 398.

-, Thomas, blind man, pensioner on the Irish establishment, 584.

-, -, Master Bricklayer, Works and Buildings, 454.

Hugie, Elizabeth, royal bounty in Scotland for, 429.

Hull (Kingston-on-Hull), co. York, port of, Comptroller of. See Seager, H.

Customs collector. See Dickenson, G.

Customs officers in, 206.

Customs smack in, establishment of, 760; commander of. See Robinson, W.; mate of. See Gream, F.

Customers of. See Best, C.; Jackson, R.

forage bought at, 314.

Inspector of Port Books' observations on, 87.

landwaiters in, 773.

Receiver General of assessments. See Wyvill, F.

searchers of, 207, 369.

Sewers for, Commission of, 450.

tidesmen in, 371, 521, 534, 823.

Hull, William, ensign in Churchill's regiment, half pay for, 48, 604.

Humber, River, 760.

Humble, Sir John, order of loan in the name of, 241.

Paymaster of the 1,500,000l.

Lottery anno 1710, appointment, 348.

accounts of, 545, 571.

issues to, 67, 570, 667.

securities, 406, 423.

Humbleyard, co. Norfolk, hundred of, Receiver General of assessments, 59, 622, 670.

Hume, Earl of. See Home, Alexander.

Hume, Alexander, Salt Duty officer in Preston Pans collection, 504.

-, of Kimmerghame, Sir Andrew, Lord of Session in Scotland, 360, 458.

-, Sir Gustavus, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 556, 614, 802.

-, Joseph, watchman in Preston Pans port, 74.

-, Mark, waiter at the Gates of Edinburgh, 88.

-, Mark, tidewaiter at Perth, 513.

-, Patrick, lieutenant, royal bounty for his widow, 430.

-, -, Earl of Marchmont, pension for, 211, 512, 714.

-, Robert, waiter at the Gates of Edinburgh, 415.

-, Walter, Register of North British Ships and Inspector of the Coast Business, 538.

-, William, officer for Duties on Scots Salt in Alloa port, 74.

Hume-Campbell, Alexander, Lord Polwarth, a Lord of Session, 458; salary, 356, 360.

Humphreys, Alice, payment to, for pumping the Post Office well, 443.

-, James, quartermaster in Wolseley's regiment, half pay for, 594.

-, John, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 482.

-, Sir William, Lord Mayor of London, baronetcy fee of, 329.

directing disposal of royal bounty money, 153, 398.

petition for grant of privilege of making, etc., farthings and halfpence, 22831.

Hundreds, Sokes and Wapentakes, named:

Aslacoe.

Aswardhurn.

Aveland.

Axminster.

Bampton.

Barrow.

Beltisloe.

Black Torrington.

Blackheath.

Blofield.

Bolingbroke.

Boothby-Graffo.

Boston.

Bradley Haverstoe.

Braunton.

Brothercross.

Calceworth.

Candleshoe.

Clackclose.

Clavering.

Cliston.

Coleridge.

Colyton.

Copthorne.

Corringham.

Crediton.

Depwade.

Diss.

Earsham.

East Brixton.

East Budleigh.

East Flegg.

Elloe.

Elmbridge.

Ermington.

Erpingham.

Exminster.

Eynsford.

Flaxwell.

Forehoe.

Freebridge citra Lynn.

Freebridge Marshland.

Fremington.

Gallow.

Gartree.

Godalming.

Godley.

Grantham.

Greenhoe.

Grimshoe.

Grumbalds Ash.

Guiltcross.

Halberton.

Happing.

Hartland.

Hayridge.

Haytor.

Hemyock.

Henstead.

Hill.

Holt.

Horncastle.

Humbleyard.

Kingston.

Kirton.

Langoe.

Launditch.

Lawress.

Lifton.

Loddon.

Louth Eske.

Loveden.

Ludborough.

Manley.

Mitford.

Ness.

North Erpingham.

North Gallow.

North Tawton.

North Winkleigh.

Northwich.

Orlingbury.

Ottery St. Mary.

Plympton.

Reigate.

Roborough.

Shebbear.

Sherwill.

Shropham.

Skirbeck.

Smithdon.

South Erpingham.

South Molton.

Stamford.

Stanborough.

Tandridge.

Taversham.

Tavistock.

Teignbridge.

Thetford.

Tiverton.

Tunstead.

Walsham.

Walshcroft.

Wayland.

Well.

Wellington.

West Brixton.

West Budleigh.

West Flegg.

Winkleigh.

Winnibriggs and Threo.

Witheridge.

Woking.

Wonford.

Wootton.

Wraggoe.

Yarborough.

Hungerford, Edward, Commissioner of Appeals in Excise, 193.

-, John, Commissioner of the Alienation Office, 1389, 338.

-, Walter, Commissioner of Appeals in Excise, 193.

Hunsdon, Lord. See Carey, William Ferdinand.

Hunt, , clerk to the Receiver General of Customs in Scotland, 615.

-, Andrew, father in law of J.

Gibbons, expenses of, in maintaining Crown's title to St. John's Wood, Chipping Wycombe, 704.

-, Charles, tenant of a house in Pall Mall Street, 697.

-, Elizabeth, sufferer by the French invasion of Nevis, 481.

-, John. See Hanmer.

Hunter, J., Commissioner for Disbanding the Marines, 91.

-, James, tidewaiter in Stanraer port, 416.

-, Janet, royal bounty in Scotland for, 430.

-, Mary, embroiderer, payment to, for Stars and Orders, 94.

-, Richard, ensign in Wittewrong's regiment, half pay for, 597.

-, Samuel, Commissioner for Disbanding the Marines, 99100, 459, 797.

Huntingdon, county of, Receivers General of assessments and House Duties for. See Dowse, W.; Jeay, W.

Sheriff of. See Cotton, T.; Glenister, E.; Pepys, R.

surveyor of Duties on Houses.

See Darlow, C.

Hunts Short. See Rockingham Forest.

Hunts Wood. See Rockingham Forest.

Hurricane, the, damage to trees by, 251, 252.

Hurst, William, master of the Reserve of Jamaica, 129.

Hurt, George, Inspector of Gaming Houses and of Vendors of Cards and Dice and of Pamphlets, etc., 805.

Hurtnel, Richard, tidesman in fee, Bristol port, 521.

Husk, John, lieutenant colonel, charges of his journey to Paris, 722.

Hussey, Peter, Commissioner of Appeals in Excise, 193.

-, Sarah, pension for, 213, 675.

Hutcheson (Hutchinson), Archibald, Commissioner for Trade, salary, 395, 571, 691, 702.

Hutchins, Bernard, Paymaster of the 1,500,000l. Lottery anno 1711, 534, 862; accounts, 423, 653; bonds of, 653; resignation of, 711.

-, -, Receiver General of assessments for Somerset and Bristol, 59, 180, 191, 851.

-, Richard, surveyor of Duties on Houses for Somerset, 350, 721.

Hutchinson, . Customs officer, 339.

-, Andrew, watchman in Kirkcaldy port, 74.

-, Edward, tenant of land in Southrey, 717.

-, George, Register of Seizures, 338.

-, Jedidiah, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 471.

-, Mary, sufferer by the French invasion of St. Christopher, 473.

Huttoft Bank, Bristol port, waiters and searchers at, 534.

Hutton (Hatton), Mary, pension for, 214, 675.

-, Matthew, sworn clerk in the King's Remembrancer's Office, 763.

-, Penelope, pension for, 214, 675.

-, Thomas, Wardrobe Keeper at St. James's, 732.

-, -, Housekeeper of Somerset House, 507, 733, 789; Keeper of the King's Wardrobe at Somerset House, 833, 835.

Huxley, Thomas, clerk of the Nichils, 715.

Hyde, Dorothy, Mrs. See Torway, Dorothy.

-, Edward, 3rd Earl of Clarendon, pension on the Irish establishment for, 585.

-, -, Lord Cornbury, lodgings of, in Somerset House, 727.

-, Elizabeth, pension for, 214, 675.

-, Henry, 5th Earl of Rochester, ground, etc., near the Cockpit occupied by, 326.

Ranger or Keeper of Richmond New Park, fee of, 198, 612; payment by, 198; payment to, 614.

Vice Treasurer and Receiver General and Paymaster General of the Revenues, etc., in Ireland, 242.

-, Lawrence, 4th Earl of Rochester, Lord Treasurer, 750.

-, Mary, pensioner on the Irish establishment, 585.

-, Robert, petition for new lease of Handbridge manor, 575.

-, Thomas, pension for, 214.

Hyde Park. See London and Westminster, Streets, etc., in.

Hyndford, Earl of. See Carmichael, James; Carmichael, John.

Hythe, co. Kent, 8; riding officer for the wool business at, 773.