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Habberly (Haberly), Mrs. Alice, necessary woman of the Royal Household, 425, 448, 608.

Hackett, Samuel, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 403.

Hackman, Thomas, of Ringwood, seizure of marten skins, 202.

Hackney, co. Middlesex, St. John at, 195.

Hackney Coaches and Chairs, licensing of (as by 9 Anne, c. 23), accounts, 515.
-, Commissioners for, 39, 49, 113, 115, 515, 636, 642, 646; petitions referred to, 9, 185, 228; reports of, 4, 18, 20; additional salaries of, 84, 499; warrants to, 228, 469.
-, incidents bill, 128, 291, 419, 584.
-, licences, payment out of, 261, 461, 464, 650; petitions for, 91, 228, 335; Receiver of. See Wharton, E.; recommendations for, 113, 115, 636, 642, 646.
-, salary bill, 128, 291, 419, 584.
-, Streetkeeper. See Dickenson, E.; Lovell, F.; Stillingfleet, S.

Hackshow, Robert, bills of exchange payable to, 205.

Hadderton, Ralph, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 402.

Haddington, Earl of. See Hamilton, T.

Hadley, John, pension of, 546, 556.

Hague, The, 361, 362, 372; pension for the minister of the English Church at, 550; Resident at. See Ayrolle, J. d'.; Society of French Gentlewomen at, pension for, 552.

Hailes, Scotland, 427.

Haines. See Haynes.

Halberton, co. Devon, hundred, 355.

Haldane, James, Professor and Teacher of Ecclesiastical History at St. Andrews' University, 520.

-, -, Resident at the Court of the Landgrave of Hesse Cassel, 518.

-, -, Resident with the Czar of Russia, 139, 369.

-, John, a Commissioner of Customs in Scotland, 203.

-, -, pension of, 153, 475.

-, Patrick, a Commissioner for Forfeited Estates, 264, 339, 603.

-, -, Professor and Teacher of Ecclesiastical History at St. Andrews' University, 520.

Hales, Robert, Clerk of the Privy Council, 321, 506.

-, Sir Thomas, a Commissioner for Forfeited Estates, 264, 339, 603.

Halfpence. See Mintcoinage.

Halifax, Earl of. See Montague, G.

Halket, Sir Peter, liberty of transporting coal Customs free, 41, 324, 501.

Hall (Halle), Benjamin, Serjeant at Arms, 477.

-, Christopher, Deputy Comptroller of Customs at Holyhead, 376.

-, Edward, tidesman at Whitehaven, 338, 581; tidewaiter at Whitehaven, 53, 55, 105.

-, -, captain, Captain Commandant of Tynemouth Castle, 24, 28, 60, 85, 480.

-, Gilbert, landwaiter and searcher at Irvine, 228.

-, John, deputy King's waiter in London, 634, 640.

-, -, See also Clark, John.

-, Joseph, Serjeant at Arms, 477.

-, Mary, convicted for burglary, 141.

-, -, Thomas, Chief Clerk of the Mint, 19, 220.

-, -, clothier of the Royal Regiment of Dragoons, 24, 265.

-, -, Comptroller of the Salt Duties, 19, 220.

-, -, Francis, son of, Comptroller of the Salt Duties, 19, 51, 220, 341.

-, -, Wardrobekeeper at Windsor, 608.

-, William, Customer of Milford, 293.

-, -, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 399.

Halliburton, James, et al., petition concerning stipend of the parish of Kettins, 44, 324.

Hallungius (Hallongius), monsieur, Envoy from the Duke of Saxe Gotha, 200, 429, 455, 456, 485.

Halsey, , of Hamburg, merchant, 158.

Halt, Arthur, royal bounty for, 121.

Haltouns, Easter, co. Perth, 563.

Ham, Anne, claim to be next of kin to Ann Harvey, 19, 218.

Hamburg, 637; merchants of, 158; rate of exchange between Hanover and, 54; river, 638; tin at, sale of, 83, 84.

Hamersley, , widow, tenant of a messuage in London, 256.

Hamerstein, , general, lodgings at St. James's, 679.

Hamilton, Duke of. See Douglas, W.

Hamilton, , general, regiment of, 91.

-, Arch[ibal]d, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 404.

-, Charles, Lord Binning, Knight Marshal of Scotland, 303.

-, Elizabeth, Lady Orkney, 549.

-, Frederick, colonel, regiment of, 387.

-, Gawen, major, half pay officer in Ireland, 396.

-, George, 6th Earl of Orkney, Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 181, 297, 408, 603.

-, Gust[avus], petition for half pay, 28, 88.

-, James, watchman of the Salt Duty at Prestonpans, 208.

-, -, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 401.

-, -, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 392, 397.

-, John, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 400.

-, Thomas, 6th Earl of Haddington, pension of, 152, 475.

-, Walter, Captain General and Governor in Chief of the Leeward Caribbee Islands, 279, 305, 345, 506, 620.

-, William, King's Almoner, Scotland, 53, 303.

-, -, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 90, 387.

-, -, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 392.

-, -, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 396.

-, -, of Grainge, memorial and account of, 81.

Hamlyn, Zach., payment in connection with the Impeachment against the Earl of Oxford, 152.

Hamm, Ann. See Harvey, Ann.

Hammers, French, for the King's service at Newmarket, 470; for the Removing Wardrobe, 471.

Hammon (Hamon), Francis, captain, petition of, 94.

-, John, quarter master, half pay officer in Ireland, 396.

Hammond (Hamond), widow of, 450.

-, Thomas, tidesman, inferior list, in London, 430.

Hamon. See Hammon.

Hamond. See Hammond.

Hampden, , recommendation by, 115, 646.

-, Ann, widow, lease of lands at Meaux, 20, 226.

-, Richard, Treasurer of the Navy, 29, 80, 82, 83; accounts of, 513; issues to, 295, 309, 325, 346, 349, 350, 371, 374, 381, 447, 491, 500, 506, 528, 572, 614, 632, 653, 681; loans by, 350, 614, 653; payments by, 310, 313, 379, 428, 473.

-, -, a Teller of the Exchequer Receipt, 246, 266, 267.

Hampton, co. Middlesex, Church, Rector of, pension for, 550; manor of, 382; poor of, pension for, 551.

Hampton, , captain, merchant, 540.

Hampton Court, co. Middlesex, 341, 382, 458.
-, Bushey Park. See Bushey Park.
-, Gardens, works at, 370, 568.
-, Green, 295, 561.
-, Palace, attendance at, 326; extraordinary charges for, 28.
-,-, bakehouse, 295.
-,-, Chapel Royal, canopy for, 674; repair of organ at, 348; Sub-Dean and Gentlemen in attendance at, 348.
-,-, chaplains in waiting at, 348; pension for, 550.
-,-, charcoal house, 295.
-,-, Confectionery, 295.
-,-, Court at, 38.
-,-, furnishings at, 673, 674, 675, 676; removed from St. James's to, 347.
-,-, glasses sent to, 673, 674.
-,-, Gold Staff Officers' room at, 675.
-,-, Greencloth, Board of, office of, 218, 451.
-,-, Guard Houses or Barracks at, 573.
-,-, House Park or Home Park, land at, lease of, 382, 413.
-,-, King's Apartments, 673; Bedchamber, 675.
-,-, King's Stud at, Keeper of. See Marshall, R.
-,-, kitchen, additional, 294.
-,-, letters patent dated, 534, 535, 564.
-,-, Middle Park, Keeper of, 206.
-,-, Pastry, drain in, 294.
-,-, pavement, repair of, 294.
-,-, plate for, 596, 678.
-,-, plays acted at, by a Company of Comedians from Drury Lane, 628.
-,-, Presence Chamber, 294.
-,-, Prince and Princess of Wales' Apartments at, 673.
-,-, Princess Guard Chamber, 294.
-,-, private way between the Princess's and the young Princesses' apartments at, 66.
-,-, Reader of, pension for, 550.
-,-, royal warrants dated, 527, 530, 534539, 541544, 558, 563570, 573, 577, 578, 581, 593, 597599, 601.
-,-, scullery at, 294.
-,-, tables and stands, carpets for, 470, 676.
-,-, Tennis Court, billiards table in, for the King's use, 471; to be made into a Drawing Room, 295.
-,-, wine cellar, 294.
-,-, works at, 66, 67, 294, 295, 370, 451, 568.
-, Park, land enclosed in, 550.
-, water to, drains carrying, 7.

Hanaper, Clerk of. See Chancery, Court of.

-, Ireland. See Ireland.

Hanbury, , of Hamburg, merchant, 158.

-, Thomas, Serjeant at Law, Judge of Assize at the Western Circuit, 90, 502.

Hancock, , memorial of, 55.

Handaside (Handasyd), [Thomas], major general, Regiment of Foot of, 65, 68, 134, 198, 496.

Handel (Hendell), George Frederick, pension for, 546.

Handson, Charles, tenant of a messuage in London, 249.

Hanet, John, pension for, 546.

Hanmaker, Richard, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 404.

Hanover, Court of, Envoy Extraordinary from. See Schultz, Baron; Secretary at. See Alais, I. d'.
-, rate of exchange between Hamburg and, 54.
-, troops of, 485.

Hanse Towns, Resident with. See Wyche, C.

Happing, co. Norfolk, hundred, 357.

Hara, Charles, Lord Tyrawley, Regiment of Foot of, 537.

Harborough, Lord. See Sherard, B.

Harcourt, Henry, gilt plate delivered to, at the christening of the child of, 200.

-, -, Comptroller of the First Classis or Two Million Lottery anno 1711, 18, 228, 252, 269, 626.

-, Richard, Clerk of the Crown in the Court of King's Bench, 286.

-, -, Secondary of the Court of King's Bench, 15, 29, 34, 44, 204, 300.

Harding (Hardinge), , Mrs., tenant of a messuage in London, 257.

-, John, Deputy King's Remembrancer in the Exchequer Court, 32, 263, 265, 269, 300, 341, 439, 602; fees of, 298.

-, Joseph, of Whitchurch, prosecuted for rioting, 237.

Hardness. See Dartmouth.

Hardy, Richard, riding officer at Hayburn Wyke, 293.

Hare, John, Richmond Herald, 289.

Hares, Samuel, Lottery orders in the name of, 477.

Harford, Daniel, captain lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 394.

Hargrave, William, lease of premises in London, 255.

Harlackenden, Catherine, pension of, 556.

Harlem, Society of, 554.

Harley, Edward, Auditor of Imprests, 53, 123, 179, 345, 420, 422, 423; payment to, 584; reports of, 10, 17, 35, 50, 154, 155, 159, 187, 232, 235, 269, 285, 337, 501, 503, 623; salary of, 286; salary and expenses for examining accounts of the prisoners in Spain, 423, 426; to attend the Treasury, 185; warrants to, 154, 221, 230, 249, 250, 337, 503.

-, -, Lord Harley, 50.

-, Robert, 22nd Earl of Oxford, Lord High Treasurer, 317, 319, 484; impeachment against, 150152.

-, William, tidesman at Leith, 38, 311.

Harmsworth, Robert, Keeper of the Privy Council Chamber, 281, 474, 513; allowance for attending Trade and Plantations business, 281, 307, 474, 513.

Harneis, John, Receiver General of Taxes for Lincolnshire, 71, 78, 413, 451.

-, -, Mary, widow of, 71, 413, 451.

Harper, John (Thomas), royal bounty for, 116, 642.

-, Miles, lease of messuages in London, 253.

Harpham, , prosecuted for counterfeiting Danish money, 490.

Harrateen, for the King's service, 470 471.

Harrington, Thomas, payment to, for apprehending robbers and burglars, 266.

Harris, David, pension for Herman's children, 546.

-, -, Page of the Bedchamber, 541.

-, Eliza[beth], pension of, 556.

-, Emanuel, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 405.

-, Geo., transported to America, 591.

-, James, extraordinary boatman at Deal, 641.

-, John, boatman at Deal, 567, 641.

-, -, quarter master, half pay officer in Ireland, 394.

-, Thomas, payment for Post Horses to Amesbury and Basingstoke, 151.

-, -, transported to America, 592.

-, alias Withers, William, apprehended for burglary, 370.

Harrison, Charles, Solicitor in the Exchequer Court, 203, 454, 579, 670.

-, Christ., captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 403.

-, Christopher, tidesman, superior list, in London, 104, 581.

-, Henry, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 394.

-, James, payment for looking after Post Office carriers and coaches, 467.

-, Marsh, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 397.

-, Mary, apprehended for burglary, 359.

-, Sir Robert, Receiver General of Taxes for Oxfordshire, 444.

-, Samuel, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 391.

-, -, quarter master, half pay officer in Ireland, 395.

-, [Thomas], colonel, Regiment of Foot of, 392, 659.

-, Thomas, tidewaiter at Borrowstounness, 527.

-, William, petition to be restored to place in the Excise, 78.

-, -, surveyor, waiter and searcher in the Isle of Man, 216.

Harrup, Anne, transported to America, 591.

Hartland, co. Devon, hundred, 355.

Hartlepool, co. Durham, 238.

Hartley, Anne, payment to, 78.

-, Edward, tidesman at Exeter, 180.

-, James, convicted for felony, 478.

-, -, transported to America, 592.

-, John, bondman for Edward Scarborough, 311, 620.

-, -, Thomas, brother and heir of, 38, 311, 620.

-, William, junior, Receiver General of Taxes for Buckinghamshire, 56, 62, 358.

Hartstonge, , Mrs., petition of, 94.

Harvey (Hamm), Ann, of St. John at Hackney, children of, guardianship of, 19, 94, 195, 218.

-, George, master of the Henry, 133.

Harwich, co. Essex, 507, 543; landwaiter at, 642; Surveyor of Customs at. See Lowndes, W.; tidesurveyor of, 573; wharf at, 35.

Harwich, Marquess of. See Schomberg, C.

Hatch, John, tidesman, superior list, in London, 611.

Hatton, William, meadow at Kingston purchased from, for drainage purposes, 7, 149.

Hattorff (Hattorf), , monsieur, apartments at St. James's, 677, 679; sealing of goods at lodgings at St. James's, 344.

Haughton, Tabeitha, pension of, 556.

Haverford West, co. Pembroke, Custom House in, 655.

Havre de Grace, France, 264.

Hawes, , Cashier of the Navy, 29, 52.

-, Francis, Receiver General and Cashier of Customs, 199, 241, 243, 411, 565, 580.

Hawkers, Pedlars and Petty Chapmen, licensing of, accounts of, 515.
-, Commissioners for, 515; new commission, 540; report of, 41. See also Ayliffe, J.; Bacon, M.; Jervaise, T.; Townsend, G.
-, Office, incidents bill, 483; salary bill, 483; Solicitor. See Doyley, H.; Townsend, C.

Hawkes, John, boatman at Deal, 567, 641.

Hawkins, , a chirurgeon's mate, 172.

-, Robert, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 399.

-, William, Ulster King of Arms, 342.

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

Hawley, Henry, colonel, petition for lease of premises, 49, 81, 466.

-, Judith, pension for, 546.

Hay, , payment to, 20.

-, Alexander, Lord Hay, annuity of, 184, 475.

-, Charles, 3rd Marquess of Tweeddale, annuity of, 476.

-, [George], lieutenant colonel, 273, 277, 278.

-, George, Lord Dupplin, petition of, 47.

-, Thomas, 7th Earl of Kinnoul, perpetuity of, 54, 347.

Hay, for the deer in Bushey Park, 149, 206; for the deer in Cranborne Chase, Windsor Forest, 283, 307, 650; for the deer in Hyde Park, 283, 322; for the deer at New Lodge Walk, Windsor Forest, 73, 77, 433, 457; for the deer in St. James's Park, 210, 321; for the deer in Windsor Forest, 649; for the deer in Windsor Great Park, 467, 566, 667; for the deer in Windsor Little Park or House Park, 435; in Windsor Little Park, making, 365.

Hayburn Wyke, Haybronwyke, co. York, 293.

Hayeridge. See Hayridge.

Hayes (Hayse), James, transported to America, 591.

-, -, to be Commander of the Customs smack at Queenborough, 360, 508.

-, Thomas, quarter master, half pay officer in Ireland, 389.

Haynes (Haines), John, tenant of land in London, 252.

-, Philip, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 399.

-, William, convicted for felony, 478.

Hayridge, Hayeridge, co. Devon, hundred, 355.

Hayse. See Hayes.

Haytor, co. Devon, hundred, 355.

Hayward, Richard, petition to be a landwaiter at Bideford, 50.

Headworth, , recommendation by, 114.

Healey, Robert, searcher of Plymouth, 566.

Hebb, James, tidesman, inferior list, in.Bristol, 294.

Heepwell, , tenant of a messuage in London, 256.

Hemp, from America, for the Navy, 382, 383.

Hempholme, co. York, manor of, 501.

Hemyock, Hemy Oak, co. Devon, hundred, 355.

Hendell. See Hndel.

Hender, Ralph, of Port Isaac, cooper, 18, 78, 217.

Henley, John, security for John Bowdidge, 158, 654.

-, -, a Commissioner for Transports, 249.

Henning, Casper Frederick, Keeper of the Privy Purse, 22, 101, 113, 163, 229, 345, 349, 413, 500, 572, 573, 634; to receive the King's dividends in the South Sea Company, 87, 530, 648.

Henrickson, Cloud, royal bounty for, 258.

Henry VII, perpetuity granted to Clifton Dartmouth Hardness Corporation, 283; to Oxford University, 62, 301, 380.

Henry VIII, grants by, 40, 231, 328.

Henstead, co. Norfolk, hundred, 356.

Hentley, Jonathan, et al., payment to, for arresting a burglar, 569.

Hepburne, James, tidewaiter at Inverness, 527.

Heralds and Pursuivants at Arms, fees payable to, for knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 259, 468; salaries of, 481, 680.
-, Bluemantle Pursuivant. See Gibbon, J.
-, Chester Herald. See Mawson, C.
-, Clarencieux King. See Vanbrugh, Sir J.
-, Garter Principal King. See Anstis, J.; St. George, H.
-, Lancaster Herald. See Hesket, J.
-, Norfolk Herald. See Anstis, J.
-, Norroy King. See Neve, P. le.
-, Portcullis Pursuivant. See Whitwick, T.
-, Richmond Herald. See Hare, J.
-, Rouge Croix Pursuivant. See Bound, J.
-, Rouge Dragon Pursuivant. See Downes, D.
-, Somerset Herald. See Stebbing, S.
-, Ulster King of Arms. See Hawkins, W.
-, Windsor Herald. See Maudit, P.

-, Ireland. See Ireland.

-, Scotland. See Scotland.

Herault, James, pension for, 41, 78, 546.

Herbert, Lord. See Somerset, H.

Herbert, Henry, 6th Lord Herbert of Chirbury, 346, 380; pension for, 546.

-, Thomas, 27th Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, pension of, 208, 258, 474.

Herbstrewer to the Queen. See Bill, Alice.

Hereford, county of, distributor of stamps. See Mathews, ; Shepherd, ; Land Tax arrears, 639; Receiver General of Taxes. See Baugham, E.; Caswall, J.; Clark, S.; sheriff of. See Jones, H.

Herman, , children of, pension for, 546.

Herne, William, tickets in the 1,400,000l. Lottery anno 1714, 661.

Heron, Alex[ande]r, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 390.

Herring Fishery, North Sea and, beer for, 247.

Herrings, exported from Scotland, debentures for, 311; sizes of barrels used for, 95, 155158, 563, 570.
-, red, lost at sea, 217.

Hertford, county of, distributor of stamps. See Howen, T.; Weaver, J.; Receiver General of Crown Lands Rents and Revenues. See Codd, T.; Mills, J.; Receiver General of Taxes. See Ashby, T.; Peters, R.; Smart, J.; Woollaston, R.; sheriff of. See Bucknell, W.; Foster, P.

Hesket, John, Lancaster Herald, 289.

Hesse, Prince of, 172, 220.

Hesse Cassel, Landgrave of, 528, 541; Envoy from. See Dalwigk, Baron; Resident at the Court of. See Haldane, J.; [sun]dial for, 348.
-, troops of, forage money, 621; lieutenant general of, 621, 622; pay of, 528, 529, 541, 614, 620622; recruit money, 622; waggon money, 621.

Hetherington, Richard, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 390.

Hewardine, Francis, pension for, 550.

Hewitt (Hewet, Hewett, Hewit), Roger, tidesman, superior list, in London, 100, 581.

-, [Thomas], Surveyor General of Woods and Forests, 38, 41, 44, 52, 65, 91, 92, 95, 288.

Hewlett, , prosecuted for clipping and counterfeiting, 490.

Hexham, co. Northumberland, riding officer at, 9, 209.

Heygate. See Rosedale.

Heymans (Heymons), Anthony, Surveyor of the Wine Tasters in London, 430.

-, James, Surveyor of the Wine Tasters in London, 430; Yeoman of the King's Wine Cellar, 73, 430, 431.

-, -, lease of lodgings in Whitehall Palace, 178, 200, 527.

Hibbins, Henry Lucius, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 397.

Hide, Clement, recommended for a Hackney Coaches licence, 642.

-, John, merchant, 245.

Hides, bare, for the King's service, 470, 471.

HIDES AND SKINS, Vellum and Parchment, duties on [Leather Duties] (as by 9 Anne, c. 6, c. 11 and c. 23), 146, 260, 461, 463, 464, 512, 650, 651.
-, additional duties (as by 10 Anne, c. 26), 146, 154, 261, 461, 464, 651; payment out of, 300.
-, allowance for, 609.
-, collectors of, 8; country, 154, 155.
-, Commissioners of, 9, 12, 70, 76, 413; accounts of, 154, 336, 515; new commission, 379; petitions referred to, 147, 300; reports of, 1, 336; warrant to, 536. See also Brace, F.; Burrard, P.; Dawley, A.; Fairfax, B.; Masters, Sir H.; Vincent, N.; Williams, J.
-, Comptroller of. See ExciseCashier.
-, established charge of, account of, 70, 413.
-, fraud of, 1, 147.
-, incidents bill, 76, 243, 336, 600.
-, marks or stamps used for, renewal of, 101, 581.
-, office for, 451; report dated. 654, 659.
-, officers of, 147; disaffection of, 65; repayment of assessments to Land Tax, 536.
-, payments out of, 100, 300.
-, Receiver General and Cashier of, clerks to, 33, 300; fees paid by, 300. See also Farnaby, Sir C.; ExciseCashier.
-, Register of. See ExciseRegister.
-, Secretary of. See ExciseSecretary.
-, Solicitor of. See ExciseSolicitor.
-, to be managed by the Commissioners of Excise, 92, 100, 512, 569.
-, Treasury and Exchequer fees on, 300.
-, uniting, representation concerning, 33.

-, See also ScotlandExcise, duties.

Higginbottom, Thos., quarter master, half pay officer in Ireland, 386.

Higgins, John, landwaiter at Minehead, 34, 293, 489.

Higgs, Elizabeth, apprehended for felony and burglary, 266.

Highmore, Cha., Receiver General of Taxes for Cumberland, 56, 62, 358.

-, Thomas, Serjeant Painter of the Works, 284.

Highwaymen, payments for apprehending and convicting, 137, 141, 186, 244, 266, 285, 370, 419, 586, 606, 632.

Hildsley, Katherine, pension of, 556.

Hill, co. Lincoln, wapentake, 356.

Hill, , Dr., 550.

-, Ann, a sufferer at Nevis or St. Christopher, 295.

-, Christopher, Master of the King's Barges, 424, 425; livery for, 470.

-, Edward, Customs officer, 304.

-, -, Deputy Comptroller of Barnstaple, 293.

-, John, convicted for felony, 595.

-, Joseph, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 401.

-, Mary, pension of, 556.

-, Nathaniel, major, pension of, 556.

-, Richard, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 387.

-, Samuel, Latin Secretary, 302, 481, 680.

-, Thomas, Chief Clerk of the Mint, 19, 50, 220.

-, William, coastwaiter in London, 508.

-, -, tidesman in London, 288, 337.

-, -, William, son of, 288; tidesman, inferior list, in London, 338.

-, -, report concerning, 50.

Hilltown, co. Lanark, 563.

Hinds, presented for Windsor Forest by the Duke of Marlborough, 197, 203.

Hitchcocks, Edward, et al., payment to, for apprehending a burglar, 196.

Hitchin, co. Hertford, 373.

Hoare, Edward, 525.

-, James, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 389.

Hobb (Hobbs), Christopher, tenant of land in Rosedale, 167.

-, George, tenant of land in Rosedale, 166.

Hobson, George, lease of land in Rosedale, 167.

-, John, lease of land in Rosedale, 167.

-, See also Hopson.

Hockley, John, surveyor of the landcarriage officers in London, 293.

Hocomb, Thomas, apprehended for felony, 601.

Hodge, Charles, convicted for felony, 478.

Hodges, Charles, trustee for the office of Ranger and Keeper of Windsor Great Park, 467, 566, 574, 667.

-, -, payment for works and repairs in Windsor Great Park, 247.

-, James (Charles), taxes for lands laid into the Parks at Windsor, 114, 643.

-, John, tidesman, superior list, in London, 581.

-, Thomas, Judge Advocate in Newfoundland, 468.

-, William, stamper in the Stamp Duty Office, 481.

Hodgson (Hodshon), Albert, attainted of treason, 74.

-, -, Dorothy, wife of, 74, 436.

-, Philip, forfeited estate of, 449.

-, -, Mary, wife of, 449.

-, Thomas, merchant, 540.

Hoffman, John Philip, Minister of the Emperor of Germany, 122, 360.

Holbech, John, allowance to, 425; certificate by, 598.

Holder, George, pension of, 556.

-, Thomas, Surveyor of Duties on Houses [for Suffolk], 124.

Holderness, Earl of. See Darcy, R.

Holford, Isaac, petition of, 14.

Holiday, John, payment for apprehending highwaymen, 138.

Holland, 413, 523, 597.
-, arms for Ireland, 60, 590.
-, atlas from, 445, 480.
-, chintz from, 445, 480.
-, Convention with, 529.
-, deals imported from, seizure of, 101, 568, 577.
-, iron from, seized, 163, 236.
-, navy stores, provisions, etc., supplied to, 104, 592.
-, Post Office mail from, 138.
-, Regiments in the service of, 142.
-, Scotch Privileges in, Conservator of. See Kennedy, A.
-, silver carried to, prevention of, 445.
-, States General of the United Provinces, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to. See Cadogan, Earl of.
-,-, Council of State of, Secretary of. See Slingelandt, .
-,-, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to. See Whitworth, C.
-,-, Resident with. See Ayrolle, J. d'.
-,-, treaty with, 211, 212, 213.
-, tin, sale of, in, 61, 199.
-, troops of, allowances to, 593; taken prisoner in Spain, 422.
-, wines from, 445.

Holland, Abigail, pension for, 546.

-, George, quarter master, half pay officer in Ireland, 390.

-, Sir John, recommendation by, 154.

Hollinshead, John, Doorkeeper and Messenger of the House of Commons, 151.

Hollway, William, et al., reward for apprehending felons and burglars, 314.

Holmes, George, chief clerk employed in digesting the records in Csar's Chapel in the Tower, 154, 185, 353, 408, 580, 671.

-, -, royal bounty to encourage his pursuing the Arabic and Turkish languages, 344.

-, Henry, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 392.

-, John, waiter and searcher at Stockton, 507.

Holsendorf (Holzendorf), Charles, [Ambassador to Madrid], 7, 38, 177, 312.

Holstein Beck, Princess of, pension for, 553.

Holstein Gottorp, troops of, 430, 456, 485.

Holt, co. Norfolk, hundred, 357.

Holy Island, co. Northumberland, 42, 268; Castle, 384; prize brandy taken in, 64, 384.

Holyhead, co. Anglesey, Deputy Comptroller of Customs. See Hall, C.; Hughes, T.

Home, Mrs. Marg[aret], petition concerning forfeited estate, 74.

Hompesch, Heriette de, pension for, 553.

Honeywood (Honywood), Philip, Groom of the Bedchamber, 181, 297, 408, 603.

Honor named: Ewelme.

Honywood. See Honeywood.

Hook, John, under clerk of the House of Commons, 292.

Hooker, Edward, Receiver General of Taxes for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, 57, 357.

Hooper, Edward, Master Keeper of Ashley Lodge in New Forest, 34.

-, Mary, transported to America, 591.

Hootton, Thomas, petition of, 18.

Hope, the, 328.

Hopgood, Thomas, merchant, 540.

Hopkins, John, payment for West India packet boats, 467.

-, Thomas, a Commissioner for Transports, 249.

-, -, Lottery orders in the name of, 477.

Hops, duties on. See Customsduties; Exciseduties.

Hopson (Hobson), John, Master Joiner of the Works, 284, 542.

-, -, Purveyor of the Works, 284, 542.

Horan, Edward, quarter master, half pay officer in Ireland, 395.

Horn, for the Register of the Order of the Garter, 470, 677.

Horncastle, co. Lincoln, soke, 356.

Horne, George, of Wedderburn, forfeited estate of, 80.

-, -, Margaret, wife of, 80.

-, Thomas, allowance for adjusting Post Office accounts, 137, 467, 503.

Horneck, Philip, Treasury Solicitor, 150, 278, 302, 411, 580, 671.

Horner, Edward, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 297, 490.

Horsepoole (Horspole, Horspoole, Hospoole), John, landwaiter in London, 7, 10, 197, 293.

Horses, for Ambassadors, 361, 362; for the Army, 183, 507, 543, 629, 644; hire of, in connection with the trial of the Rebels at Westminster, 140; race, the King's, at Newmarket, 102, 279, 575.

Horsham, co. Sussex, gaol, 290.

Horspole, Horspoole. See Horsepoole.

Horton, Alexander, Receiver General of Taxes for Buckinghamshire, 443, 454.

-, Richard, recommended to be Surveyor of the Duties on Houses in London, 62.

-, William, tenant of land in London, 257.

Hosier, Thomas, transported to America, 591.

Hospitals named:
-, Armyin Spain.
-, Dunkirk.
-, Greenwich,
-, Kingsthorpe (St. Dewys, alias St. Davids, alias St. Trinity).
-, LondonCharterhouse.
-, LondonSt. Giles in the Fields.
-, LondonSavoy.
-, LondonTothill Fields.
-, Nieuport.

Hospoole. See Horsepoole.

Hotham, Sir Charles, burgess for Beverley, 218, 242.

-, -, Regiment of Dragoons of, 162.

-, -, Regiment of Foot of, 128, 163.

Hough, Abraham, waiter and searcher at Margate, 216.

Houghton, Sir Henry, a Commissioner for Forfeited Estates, 264, 339, 603.

Hougill, James, Surveyor of Duties on Houses in London, 419.

Houlditch, Richard, Receiver General of Stamp Duties, 669.

Houlme, George, of London, merchant, 168.

Hourse, Henry d', lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 396.

Housebreaking, person convicted for, 196.

Housekeepers, at the House of Commons. See Smith, T.
-, at Kensington Palace. See Lowman, H.
-, at Newmarket. See Walker, T.
-, at Westminster, 347. See also Incledon, J.

HOUSES, duties on (as by 7 Wm. III, c. 18, and 8 Anne, c. 4 [10]), 280, 616.
-, accounts of, 593, 616.
-, annuity for the Bank of England paid out of, 582, 628, 672.
-, arrears of, 31, 576, 660.
-, collector of, 503.
-, establishment payable out of, 98.
-, Exchequer Bills payable out of, 600.
-, incidents bill, 243, 599, 600.
-, income of, decrease in, 102, 576.
-, management of, yearly charge of, 76.
-, payment owing to the General or Aggregate Fund for the Bank of England out of, 583, 587, 673.
-, receipts from, 482, 616.
-, Receivers General of, 45.
-,-, accounts of, 148, 300, 381.
-,-, appointment of, 186, 515.
-,-, extraordinary allowances, 134, 271, 382, 637, 678.
-,-, list of, 48.
-,-, payments by, 243, 303, 371, 599, 600.
-,-, receipts and payments of, 33, 48.
-,-, securities of, 70, 144, 213, 229, 679.
-, Surveyors of, appointment of, 12, 31, 60, 62, 63, 85, 92, 124, 193, 303, 370, 419, 455, 481, 508; dismissed, 193, 291, 303, 327, 455, 481, 508; exchange of posts, 269, 270; restoration of, 109; salaries of, 77, 193, 419.

Houston, , gift to, 5.

-, Maurice, riding surveyor at Morpeth, 209.

How (Howe), John, Paymaster General of Guards, Garrisons and Land Forces, 208; accounts of, 76, 86, 87, 91, 427, 436, 483, 503505; issue to, 329; memorial referred to, 135; payments by, 128, 291, 496, 623; petition referred to, 134; reports of, 65, 68, 497.

-, -, Paymaster or Treasurer of Chelsea Hospital, 483, 503 505.

-, Ruperta, pension for, 546.

-, -, Ranger of Alice Holt Forest, 16.

-, Thomas, tenant of a messuage in London, 253.

Howard, Charles, 6th Earl of Carlisle, lease of Lanercost, 3, 23, 25, 32, 149, 231, 241, 244, 328.

-, -, Groom of the Bedchamber, 181, 297, 408, 603.

-, Henrietta, pension for, 546.

-, Henry, Earl of Berkshire, pension of, 305.

-, -, Lord Morpeth, recommendation by, 104.

-, -, 14th Earl of Suffolk and Bindon, Commissary General of Musters, 184; Deputy Earl Marshal, 184; a Commissioner of Trade and Plantations, 374, 495; pension of, 7, 9, 177, 548.

-, Hugh, Keeper of the State Paper Office, 289.

-, Isaac, merchant, 245.

-, James, pension for, 546.

-, John, joiner of the Privy Council Chamber, 449.

-, Lucy, pension for, 546.

-, Thomas, Lord Howard of Effingham, pension for, 546.

Howe. See How.

Howell, George, Receiver General of Taxes for cos. Cardigan, Carmarthen, Glamorgan and Pembroke, 91, 599.

Howen, Thomas, distributor of stamps in Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, 501.

Howes (Howse), John, sheriff of Norfolk, 604.

-, -, administrator of Henry Shales, 39.

Howth, co. Dublin, lighthouse of, landing of coals for, 162.

Howth, Lord. See St. Lawrence, T.

Hoy, Thomas, Dr., Professor and Reader of Physic in Oxford University, 282.

Hubberstone, co. Pembroke, 139.

Hudson, , captain, merchant, 244.

-, Benjamin, King's waiter in London, 9, 140, 216.

-, Cha., subsistence for, 276.

-, John, petition of, 32.

-, -, Yeoman Pricker of the Royal Buckhounds, 364, 598.

Huggins, , petition of, 30.

-, -, contract for repairing the King's Palaces, 118, 120.

-, John, lease of land at Hampton Court, 67, 341, 382, 413.

-, -, junior, searcher of Plymouth, 566, 571.

Hughes, Henry, tidewaiter at Tenby, 80.

-, -, waiter and searcher at Tenby, 507.

-, Hugh, royal bounty for, 121.

-, John, apprehended for robbery on the highway, 370.

-, Richard, esquire, Receiver General of Taxes for cos. Merioneth, Anglesey, Carnarvon, Denbigh and Flint, 10, 13, 114, 185, 186, 213, 359.

-, Robert, riding surveyor at Brampton, 209.

-, Thomas, Deputy Comptroller of Customs at Holyhead, 376.

-, -, Master Bricklayer of the Works, 284.

Hugk, John George, memorial concerning Prince Charles of Denmark's pension, 32; pension for, 546.

Hull. See Kingston upon Hull.

Hull, , widow, tenant of messuage in London, 256.

-, William, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 403.

Humble, Sir John, Paymaster of the 1,500,000l. Lottery anno 1710, 176.

Humbleyard, co. Norfolk, hundred, 357.

Hume, Alexander, quarter master, half pay officer in Ireland, 390.

-, Sir Andrew, of Kimmerghame, a Senator of the College of Justice, grant of the lands and barony of Kimmerghame, 21, 239, 240.

-, Sir Gustavus, baronet, Groom of the Bedchamber, 181, 297, 408, 603.

-, Joseph, watchman of the Salt Duty at Prestonpans, to be an officer, 208.

-, Patrick, Earl of Marchmont, pension of, 153, 475.

-, Peter, apprehended for burglary, 359.

-, William, payment for taking a Tory, 342.

Hume-Campbell, Alexander, Lord Polwarth, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Kings of Denmark and Prussia, 138, 354, 460, 518.

Humphrey (Humphreys, Humphryes, Humphrys), George, apprehended for burglary, 244.

-, James, quarter master, half pay officer in Ireland, 386.

-, Margaret, pension for, 546.

-, Sir William, recommendation by, 8.

Hundreds, sokes, wapentakes, etc., named:
-, Ashwardhurn.
-, Aslacoe.
-, Aveland.
-, Axminster.
-, Bampton.
-, Barrow.
-, Beltisloe.
-, Black Torrington.
-, Blofield.
-, Bolingbroke.
-, Boothby Graffoe.
-, Boston.
-, Bradley Haverstoe.
-, Braunton.
-, Brixton, East and West.
-, Brothercross.
-, Budleigh, East and West.
-, Calceworth.
-, Candleshoe.
-, Clackclose.
-, Clavering.
-, Cliston.
-, Coleridge.
-, Colyton.
-, Copthorne.
-, Crediton.
-, Depwade.
-, Diss.
-, Earsham.
-, Elloe.
-, Elmbridge.
-, Ermington.
-, Erpingham, North and South.
-, Exminster, East and West.
-, Eynsford.
-, Farnham.
-, Flaxwell.
-, Flegg, East and West.
-, Forehoe.
-, Freebridge Lynn.
-, Freebridge Marshland.
-, Fremington.
-, Gallow.
-, Gartree.
-, Godalming.
-, Godley.
-, Grantham.
-, Greenhoe, North and South.
-, 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.
-, Lynn, King's.
-, Manley.
-, Mitford.
-, Molton, South.
-, Ness.
-, Norman Cross.
-, Orlingbury.
-, Ossulston.
-, Ottery St. Mary.
-, Plympton.
-, Reigate.
-, Roborough, North and South.
-, Shebbear.
-, Sherwell.
-, Shropham.
-, Skirbeck.
-, Smithdon.
-, Stamford.
-, Stanborough.
-, Tandridge.
-, Taverham.
-, Tavistock.
-, Tawton, North.
-, Thetford.
-, Tiverton.
-, Tonbridge.
-, Tunstead.
-, Wallington.
-, Walsham.
-, Walshcroft Carrington.
-, Wayland.
-, Well.
-, Winkleigh, North and South.
-, Winnibriggs and Threo.
-, Witheridge.
-, Woking.
-, Wonford, East and West.
-, Wonford, South.
-, Wotton.
-, Wraggoe.
-, Yarborough.

Hungerford, , of the East India Company, 45.

Hungerford Road, surveying Post Office stages in, 138.

Hunsdon, Lord. See Carey, W.

Hunt, Charles, petition about Canada bills, 93.

-, alias Spy (Ipee), Mary, apprehended for counterfeiting, 186, 490; transported to America, 591.

-, Thomas, Commander of the St. Quintin, 571.

-, -, sheriff of Shropshire, 605.

-, -, tidesman and boatman in Weymouth, 612.

Hunter, , colonel, bills of exchange drawn by, 205, 206.

-, John, merchant, 245.

-, -, et al., payment for conviction for felony and burglary, 243.

-, Richard, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 399.

-, William, Customs officer, 384.

Huntingdon, county of, Receiver General of Crown Lands Rents and Revenues. See Codd, T.; Mills, J.; Receiver General of Taxes. See Dowse, W.; Jeay, W.; sheriff of. See Laxon, R.

Husk, , colonel, 272.

-, Mary. See Scott.

Hussy, Sarah, pension of, 556.

Hustler, Sir William, sheriff of Yorkshire, 503.

Hutches, Thomas, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 297, 491.

Hutcheson. See Hutchinson.

Hutchins, Bernard, Receiver General of Taxes for Somerset, 443.

-, John, watchman in London, 180.

-, Richard, transported to America, 592.

Hutchinson (Hutcheson), , petition to be a watchman, 10.

-, Archibald, et al., creditors of the Duke of Ormonde, 11, 12, 107, 165, 185.

-, Elizabeth, lease of the Black House in St. James's parish, 168.

-, George, surveyor, waiter and searcher in the Isle of Man, 216.

-, Thomas, bills of exchange payable to, 205.

Hutton, Mary, pension of, 556.

-, Penelope, pension of, 556.

Hyde, , rooms in Whitehall of, 185, 268.

-, Eliza[beth], pension of, 556.

-, Henry, 2nd Earl of Rochester, Keeper of the New Park at Richmond, 281, 321, 473.

-, Jane, Countess of Rochester, Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Anne, 361, 374.

-, Thomas, et al., payment for arresting a burglar, 370.

Hyndford, Earl of. See Carmichael, J.