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'Index: H', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 1: 1556-1696 (1868), pp. 610-615. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79496 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Haberdashery goods, 47.

Hackenbrook, Abraham, 245.

Hackney coaches, commission of, 359.

-, -, Comrs for, 415.

-, -, [money from], 558.

-, -, registrar and solicitor for licencing, &c., 412.

-, -, petition, &c., 414.

-, coach office, establishment, 415.

Hackwood, letter dated at, 236.

Haddock, Sir Richard, late a Comr of the Navy, 119

Haford, Jeff., (Customs), 237.

Hague, the, 123, 378, 411, 551.

Haistwell, Edward, of London, merchant, petition of, 67.

Hales, Sir Edward, the regiment of, 154.

-, Col., the regiment of, 184.

-, Col. John, petition of, &c., 296 (2), 440.

Halfe Whitestowne, 425.

Half-pay, 59, 88, 217, 323, 334 (2), 335, 367, 434.

Halfcrowns, puncheons for, 110.

Halfpence, copper, or white, 377 (2).

-, and farthings, 480.

-, -, of English copper, 416.

-, -, contractors for, 555.

-, -, scarcity of, 569.

-, -, as to exchange of white, for copper, 571.

-, -, of copper, contractors for, 509.

-, -, of tin, 509.

Hall, John, Esq. (manor of Westminster), 352, 377.

-, Robert, a customer of the port of Chichester, 54.

-, Mr. Tho., (Mint), 492, 494, 504, 505, 518, 535, 540, 545, 548, 552.

-, William, petition of, 56.

-, Mr. William, deputy housekeeper of the Excise Office, 342.

Hallet, Colonel, 545.

Ham, petition of the inhabitants of, 187.

Hamborough, remittances for, 556.

-, trade, the interdiction of, 120.

Hamburgh, 67 (2), 94, 96 (2), 259, 346 (2), 363, 516.

-, troops for, 223, 225, 258.

Ham Creek, 389.

Hamden, the Hon. Mr., 196.

Hamilton, Col., 328.

-, Col. Geo., the regiment of, memorial of, &c., 363, 481.

-, Col., the regiment of, 393.

-, -, Gustavus, the regiment of, 409.

-, -, -, governor of Coleraine, held the place five weeks, and made an orderly retreat towards Derry, his losses, 376.

-, -, -, petitions for forfeited lands, 380, 381.

-, Sir Francis, petition of, as to half-pay, 217.

-, James, Esq., 37.

-, Rebecca, widow, 314.

-, Mr. William, agent of Sir David Collier's regiment, 327.

Hammered money, 573 (2).

Hammon or Hamon, Captain Francis, lieut. or deputy governor of Languard Fort, petition of, &c., 287, 291.

Hammose or Hamoaze, 64.

Hampshire, 64, 529.

Hampton Court, 68, 418.

-, the buildings at, 69, 73, 86 (5).

-, -, in a bad condition, 86.

-, the works at, 87.

-, the garden, 87.

-, the mansion, 33.

-, the feodary, the ranger, chief master, and governor of, 33.

-, the state of the building, 87.

-, indifferent persons to view, 87.

-, Chace, office of steward of the houses and manors of, 33.

-, office of lieutenant and keeper of the chace of, 33

-, the middle or north park of, office of keeper, &c. of, 32.

-, the south park, 33.

-, the new park of, office of keeper of, &c., 33.

-, the stables there, 401.

-, the timber yard there, 226.

-, their Majesties' ship, 349.

Hampton, town's end, 226.

Hanbury, Charles, a King's waiter in the port of London, petition of, 250.

Hanbury Park, 170.

-, parcel of the honour of Tutbury (duchy of Lancaster), 398.

Hansen, see Hausen.

Harbord, Sir Charles, allowed 180l. a year for his riding charges (Surveyor General's office), 364.

-, Mr., 62 (2), 90, 95 (2), 99 (2), 109, 113, 131, 141, 226.

-, Mr., Paymaster General of forces for Ireland, 102 (4), 103.

-, the Right Hon. William, 103, 108, 115.

-, W., 131.

-, William, Surveyor General, 50, 51, 56, 150, 151, 156, 163, 181.

-, -, late Surveyor General, 372, 394.

Hardleigh Castle, North Wales, the office of constable of, 194.

Hardwick, manor of, office of steward of, 33.

-, Samuel, receiver general of hearth money in the counties of Dorset, Somerset, Devon, and Cornwall, petition of, 195.

Hardy, Nicholas, 254.

Harnage, Mr., 153.

-, Mr. Richard, (army clothing), 271 (6).

Harp, a, proposed to be impressed on the coin for Ireland, 79.

Harper, Thomas, manufacturer of painted earthenware, 418.

-, see Musicians.

Harriers, the privy, 434.

Harries, Richard, of London, gent., 91.

Harris and others, 2,000l. to, 511.

-, Henry, engraver of their Majesties' seals, petition of, &c., 108 (2).

-, -, Esq., engraver at the Mint, 513 (2).

-, John, petition for storekeeper's place at Windsor Castle, 268.

-, Margaret, matron of the hospital on Hounslow Heath, petitions of, 210, 448.

-, Mrs., the wife of William Harris, a butcher at Mallow in Ireland, killed by being tossed in a blanket, petition, &c. of, 329 (2).

-, Thomas, Esq., mayor of the town and county of Haverfordwest, 91.

Harison, Charles, 8.

Harrison, the case of, 552.

-, Joan, petition of, 435.

Harrison, John, controller of Customs, Ipswich, 266.

-, -, petition of, 272.

-, -, a landwaiter of Exeter, dismissed for disaffection, 435.

-, John, master of the ship Elizabeth and Mary, petition of, 247.

-, Robert, (Customs), petition of, 450.

-, -, merchant of London, petition of, 546.

-, Thomas, pavior, petition of, 135.

-, Mr. Thomas, 383.

Hars [a resinous commodity], 246.

Hart, their Majesties' ship, 242.

Hartley, John, grocer and haberdasher of Dublin, his estate seized by the Papists, 47.

Hartwell, Samuel, Esq., the losses of, by the demolition of Castle Connell, &c., petition of, 478.

-, -, slain at the battle of Landen, 478.

Harvest, the late coming in of the, 573.

Harvey, Col. Daniel, petition of, (concealed estates, Ireland), 481.

-, Eliab, 153.

-, Sir Eliab, the house of, in Broad Street 199.

Harwich, 35, 119, 137, 323 (2), 333, 461.

-, a member of the port of Ipswich, 179.

-, collector of customs at, 306, 492, 500.

-, transports put into, 227.

Hastings, Brigadier, 347.

-, Col. 447.

-, -, the regiment of, 559.

-, the mayor and jurats of, 254.

Hastwell, Samuel, his houses, &c. burnt near Limerick, afterwards killed at Landen, 415.

Hatchments or atchievements, the hanging up, &c. on the installation of knights of the Garter, 523.

Hatfield, Thomas, a King's waiter, petition of. 357.

Hats, 32 (2).

-, eaten up by rats on ship-board, 407, 408.

Haughton, John, office of keeper of the wardrobe in Ludlow Castle, petition of, 479, 480.

Hausen or Hansen, Wickman, commissary to the Danish forces, petitions of, &c., 313, 363.

Havarro, Francis Antonio, 295.

Haverfordwest, 91.

-, (co. Pembroke), the lordship and town of, 254.

Havering, Elizabeth, widow, petition of, 487.

Havre-de-Grace, ships from, 64.

Hawgood, Thomas, sword cutler, 216.

-, -, (army clothing), 241, 297.

Hawk, the ship, 460.

Hawkes, John, millwright, 482.

Hawkins, Capt. John, 291.

-, -, petition of, 367.

Hay, Dame, or Lady Margaret, administratrix of the estate of William, late Earl of Kinnoul, &c., petitions of, 56, 95, 132, 134, 219.

-, -, guardian of William, the then Earl of Kinnoul, and his two sisters, 95.

Hay bought, 364.

-, &c., prices of, 333.

Hayes, G., 198.

-, -, Elizabeth, the daughter of, 198.

-, Israel, petition, &c. of, (East Coom farm), 198 (2).

-, -, (mint at Exeter), 541.

-, James, for a tidesman's place, petition of, 269.

-, Sir James, Bart., anxious to serve in the next campaign, had been a prisoner in France, wounded, &c., petition of, 209.

Haynes, Andrew, 323.

Heard, Mr. John, purveyor to their Majesties, 417.

Hearth money, 16, 24, 49, 75 (2), 78, 92 (2), 95, 109, 115, 163, 168, 194, 295, 306, 307, 351, 361, 401, 405, 482.

-, see also Ireland.

-, returned by the Exeter carrier, who failed, 195.

-, Comrs, 284.

-, -, law charges of, 204, 243.

-, or duty, the managers or officers of the, 23, 24, 96, 139, 162.

Heathcott or Heathcoat, Gilbert, of London, merchant, petitions of, 112, 244.

-, -, petition of, &c. (Customs), 421, 446.

Hedges, Sir Charles, 150.

-, Charles, petition of, 321, 322.

-, Henry, 322.

Helby, Joseph, of Chelsea, brewer for their Majesties, petition of, 234.

Helford, the harbour of, 101.

Helston, 26, 101.

-, custom house there, 101.

-, the mayor, aldermen, &c., petition of, 101.

-, the original coinage town for Penwith and Kerrier, 101.

Hely, William, 100.

Hemp, contractors for, 519 (2).

-, the price of, 368.

-, 35l. and 36l. a ton, 507.

-, 503, 505, 514, 516, 518 (2).

-, for the navy, 404, 512 (2).

Hendly, Mr., 330.

Hendon (Midd.), the manor of, 315, 366.

-, -, leases of, 429.

Henley, Mr., 173 (2), 180, 189.

-, -, at Bristol, and others, at a stand for money to buy provisions (transports), 203, 204.

-, Robert, a Comr for transportation, 275.

-, William, and Elizabeth his wife, petition of, 126.

Henry VII., King, charter of, 17.

Henry VIII., King, mention of, 21, 208, 252, 430, 442.

Henry, Prince, temp. James I., 424.

Henshaw, Thomas, Esq., petition of, 12.

Heppendorp, John Smith, consul-general over the coast of Barbary for the States general of the United Provinces, repaired to Maquenez for the redemption of 350 English captives, petition of, 238.

-, -, his expenses, 238.

Heralds' Office, 270.

-, fees to, for the coronation memorial, 405 (2).

Herbert, Col., the regiment of 261.

-, Col., 416.

-, Col. Charles, the regiment of, 62, 241.

-, Sir Edw., 243.

-, -, inquisition on, 240.

-, Mr. Henry, memorial of, 292, 293.

-, James, Esq., petition of, 199.

-, John, merchant, petition of, 422.

-, Wm., of Market Street, co. Bedford, shoemaker, petition of, 419.

-, of Cherbury, the Lord, 251.

Herbert, the, ship, embargo on, 40.

Hereford, 58, 65, 75.

-, mayor of, 58.

-, mint at, 510, 518, 522.

-, co., 62, 292.

Herle, Mr. Henry, had melted tin without notice, 524.

Herne, Sir Joseph, 363, 376, 399, 411, 424, 431, 459, 502, 509.

-, -, (the land bank), 526.

-, -, and another, memorial of, 472.

-, -, would remit money at one per cent. less than the bank, 457.

-, Mr. 67, 96 (2).

Herne (Kent), 383.

Herne Bay, the riding surveyor frequently to visit, 381.

Heron, Mr. Edward, 260.

Herryott, or Herriott, Mr. James, 81.

-, Mr., commissary of the Danish forces, 85 (3), 93, 111.

Hertford, 251, 297, 351.

Hertfordshire, 535.

Hess, the Prince of, the regiment of, 332.

Heucourt, La dame de, widow of the Seigneur D'Oberkan, brigadier in Piedmont, petition of, 276.

Hewer, Mr., 18.

-, Mr. William, paymaster of Tangier, 152.

Hewetson, Mr. Thomas, [commander of the ship Lyon], 335 (5), 336 (5), 457.

-, -, services in the West Indies, 549 (2).

-, -, hazarded his life in defence of the Leeward Islands, 549.

-, -, freed Jamaica from French buccaneers, 549.

Hewitt, John, receiver general of land revenue in the co. of Lincoln, Warwick, and Leicester, 389.

-, Lord, the regiment of, 477.

-, Robert, deputy auditor, 373.

Heyhurst, Mr. William, receiver of land revenue, 334.

Heysham, Robert, of London, merchant, and another, petition of, 250.

Heythuysen, Gerard van, petition of, 169.

Hick's Hall, the justices there, 305.

Hides, 60, 66, 73.

-, tanned, exported, 205.

Higgins, Mr. Alexander, petition of, 395.

Highlake, 71, 172, 173 (2), 177 (2), 180, 183, 185, 186, 189 (3), 198.

-, the business of, drawing to an end, 215.

Highwaymen, or robbers, 451, 535.

-, proclamation for apprehension of, 419.

-, apprehension of, 568.

Hill, Arthur, of Hillsborough, co. Down, Ireland, Esq., to be constable of Hillsborough fort, 4.

-, John, sword cutler, 216.

-, Mr., 535.

-, Mr., (army supplies), 498 (2), 516.

-, -, 30,000l. furnished to, 549.

-, Olof, (Customs), petition of, 555.

-, Theophilus, (army accoutrements), petition of, 261.

-, Col. Thomas, captain of a company in the Leeward Islands, 347.

Hillsborough, a place of strength to be called Hillsborough fort, 4.

Hilton, the manor of, 408.

Hinde, John, a bankrupt, 24.

Hire of vessels, 448, 552; see also Ships.

Hispaniola, 157, 549.

Hithe, or Hythe, 237, 239.

Hoake, Major Henry, of the garrison of Plymouth, and another, petition of, 372.

Hoar, Mr., jun. (Mint), 513 (3), 518.

Hoare, James, 22, 23.

-, -, Controller of the Mint, petition of, 486, 494.

Hobart, or Hubbard, Sir Henry, 27 (2).

Hoblyn, Mr. Edward, 125.

-, John, Esq., petition of, 125.

-, Mr., 218 (2).

Hobson, chief surveyor in the port of Dublin, supplied Londonderry with powder, &c., imprisoned, &c., 299.

-, Capt. Samuel, a surveyor of Customs, dispersed among the members of the Irish House of Commons a paper entitled “Several useful Queries,” 475.

Hoby, Sir Johu, a Comr to examine abuses in sale of timber in the New Forest, 383.

-, Mr., one of the verderers of the New Forest, petition of, 141.

Hoddesdon, 535.

Hodges, Col. Robert, the regiment of, 226.

Hodgson, John, and other merchants, petition of, 351.

-, Thomas, merchant, of Whitehaven, 46.

Hog, William, merchant, of Edinburgh, 482.

Hogsthorpe, 532.

Hole-in-the-wall, alehouse called the, 352,377.

Holland, mention of, 37, 38, 52, 55, 60, 67, 72, 117, 123, 124, 133, 144, 150, 158, 159, 169, 171, 172, 173, 179, 184, 189 (2), 198, 199, 204 (2), 208 (2), 209, 210, 212, 214, 222, 223, 226, 227 (2), 233, 234, 237, 240, 246, 257, 258 (5), 259 (3), 260, 261, 263, 264, 281, 291, 295, 297, 300, 310, 373, 392, 407, 409 (2), 411, 417, 425, 467, 469, 477, 491, 515, 516, 532, 539, 549, 553, 566.

-, arms bought in, 426.

-, the consul of, 194.

[Holland, &c.], our credit very low in those countries, 515.

-, money of, 574.

-, silver, shipped to, 138.

-, the States general, 407.

-, the treasury of, 410.

-, troops for, 206, 212 (3), 213.

-, wars with, 19.

-, or Hollond, John, or Mr. John, collector of the port of Hull, 116 (2), 130, 131, 164.

-, -, petition of, 325.

Hollidge, James, of Bristol, merchant, petition of, (Customs), 340.

Holroid, Isaac, 47.

Holstein, the Duke of, 431, 516.

-, “Gostorp,” the Duke of, 515.

Holt, Col., the Duke of Bolton's regiment in the Caribbee Islands under his command, 256.

-, Col., the regiment of, 450, 477, 489 (2), 509, 519.

-, Col. Henry, the regiment of, petition, &c., 487 (2), 512.

-, Lieut.-Col, 140.

-, Penelope, widow of Richard Holt, petition of, 512.

-, Mr. Richard, of London, merchant, 28, 29 (2).

Holycross, Jeremiah, discharged searcher at Sydmouth (Exeter), petition of, 465.

Holyhead, 534.

Homrigh, Bartholomew van, 362.

-, Mr. Van, 99.

Hop, Mons., memorial of, 201.

Hope, the, 66, 94, 113.

Hopeful, the ship, taken by the French, retaken by the Spaniards and condemned as prize, &c., 421.

Hopewell, of London, the ship, 98.

Hopkins, Thomas, Esq., at Mr. Trenchard's office, Whitehall, 399.

Hopwood, Stephen, 197.

Horn, Sir Joseph, Kt., petition of, 269.

Horne, Mr. Charles, 166.

Horneby, Mr. Nathaniel, 84, 295.

Hornsby, Edmund, clerk of the Crown for Lancashire, 329.

Hornsey, 157.

Horrards farm, 202.

Horse Guards, meeting held there, 465.

Horse, Master of the, 348.

Horses, coach, duty on, 57.

-, for the army, 82, 84.

-, buying, charges of, 65.

-, for Ireland, 168.

-, lost at Ghent by the plague, 354.

-, lost at sea, 359.

-, -, at Limerick, 359.

-, on shipment of, custom free, 293.

-, sold by officers of the milita, 417.

-, for troops, &c., 258, 263.

-, and waggons in Hull, 411.

Horsman, John, (Customs), 129 (5).

Hosier, Mr., 79.

Hoskins, Capt. Benjamin, second captain of the Royal William, 449.

Hospitals, 291, 488, 500.

-, the English, reduced to the greatest straits, 517.

-, in Flanders, 517, 534 (2), 568.

Hospital in Ireland, 427 (2), 557.

-, in the Low Countries, 428.

-, ship for Jamaica, 404,

Host, Joseph, Esq., justice of the peace, 573.

Houblon, Sir James, merchant, of London, petition of, 307.

-, Sir John, 413.

-, John, mayor of London, 491.

-, Sir John, Kt., sheriff of London and Middlesex, petition of, 216.

-, Peter, of London, merchant, petition of, 73.

Hough, Mr., an officer of customs in Sussex, &c., 195; see also Lithered.

-, Abraham, the officer at Margate charged with making known the business of John Lithered to the French, 196.

-, -, exculpation of, 197.

Houghton, Jeremiah, keeper of the private armoury at Whitehall, petition of, 436.

Hounslow heath, 210.

-, hospital there, 448.

Household, the King's, 31, 137 (2), 155, 336, 552.

-, the Lord Chamberlain of the, 479, 480 (2).

-, marshalsea, of the, 443.

-, master of the 40.

-, salaries, &c. of persons in the royal, 49, 50.

Houseman, Mr., memorial of, 534.

Hoven, Capt. Velt, provost marshal general of the Dutch forces, 245.

Howard, C., 2.

-, Christopher, master of a ship, petition of, 175.

-, George, Esq., 23.

-, the Hon. Henry, of St. James' Westminster, Esq., 16.

-, James, Esq., cousin of the Duke of Norfolk, petition of, 87.

-, James, Esq., customer of the port of Berwick, petition of, 561.

-, Lord Treasurer, 2.

-, Col. Philip, petition of (Customs), 378.

-, the Lord Thomas, inquisition on, 240.

-, Sir Robert, 240, 390, 520.

-, -, auditor of the receipt of the Exchequer, 23, 24, 32, 62, 249, 364, 569.

-, the Lady Mary, 240.

-, Robert, 51, 184, 202, 503.

How, Mr., landwaiter of the port of Dartmouth, 111.

Howe, Sir Scroop, petitions of, &c., 96, 97 (4), 115 (3).

-, -, as to the number and salaries of clerks to be kept by him (Excise), 474.

-, -, Bart, 359.

Howell, Mr. Thomas, petition of, 163.

-, William, messenger in ordinary to King Charles II., petition of, 290.

Howiston, James, sheriff of Dublin, 96.

Howse, Freeman, controller of the port of Chichester, petition of, 105.

Hubbald, Wm., gent., paymaster to the train of artillery in Ireland, 425.

Hubbard, Mr., 311.

Hubblethorne, Dorothy, widow and relict of Col. John Hubblethorne deceased, petition of, 134, 135.

Hubert, Abraham, of Jersey, petition of, 161.

Huddleston, Francis, 198.

-, Mr., collector at Whitehaven, 546.

-, -, of the Excise, 112.

Huddlestone, Dame Mary, late of the Strand, widow, 257.

Hudson's Bay Company, 67.

-, -, the governor of, 215.

Hudson, William, haberdasher, 216.

Hughes, Mr., agent for Brigadier Wolseley, 462.

Hull, 76, 82, 83, 88, 90, 91 (2), 120, 137, 185 (3), 208, 212, 314 (2), 324, 325, 508.

-, the aldermen of, 81.

-, burgesses of, 108.

-, collector of, 67, 80, 81 (2), 116, 130, 164.

-, controller of, 83.

-, customers of, 63, 366.

-, excise collector of, 81.

-, garrison of, 37, 38.

-, mayor of, 79, 81.

-, the merchants of, petition of several, 180.

-, perpetuity out of the customs of, 205.

-, works at, 67.

-, Dionisia, widow, her houses in Cork used for their Majesties' service, petition of, 300.

-, James, of Plymouth, merchant, petition of, 289 (2).

Humble, Mary, spinster, daughter of George Humble, Esq., 374.

Humphreys, Mr., petition of, 172.

-, Robert, gent., deputy auditor of Wales, 125.

Hungerford, Sir Edward, lands taken for the fort at Plymouth, 206.

Hunsden, Lord, 489.

Hunter, the ship, blown up at Barbadoes, 335.

Huolahan, Captain Jeremy, petition of, 334.

Hurleston, Richard, 72 (5).

Hurst, Walter, 323.

Hutcheson, Archibald, Esq., army agent, 438, 444.

-, -, memorial of, 487.

Hutchings, Nicholas, 73.

Hutchins, Ann, petition of, 73.

-, Capt., commander of one of His Majesty's Groin packet boats, 467.

Hutchinson, Richard, Esq. [solicitor to the Board of Customs], 94, 127 (2), 218, 340, 370, 457, 461.

-, -, memorial of, 455.

-, Richard, 328.

-, -, [as to prizes], 196, 279.

-, Wm., (metal for coining), 480.

Hutton, Matthew, Esq., 321.

Hyde Park, 447.

-, ditching and fencing in, 568.

Hymarsh, William, 100, 103.

Hythe (Kent), 232.



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