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'Index: P', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 11: 1601 (1906), pp. 636-640. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111898 Date accessed: 29 July 2014.


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Packer, —, bearer of a letter, 88.

Paddy, William, letter from, 285.

Padstow, co. Cornwall, 267, 432.

shipping of horses at, &c., 423.

Mayor of, 425.

letters dated at, 519, 534.

Padua, 111.

University of, 146.

Page, Edward, letter from, 517.

father of, a cause in Chancery concerning the will of, 518.

Paget, Wm., 34.

Paphos (Baffa), in Cyprus, 289.

Paice :

John, 64.

Robert, 64.

Pain, Mr., recommended to Sir R. Cecil, 206.

Paine (Payne), Ben, Keeper of the Tolbooth, 187, 188.

Painter (Payneter) :

—, 551, 560.

Anthony, letter from, 560.

—, his complaint against John Linewray, 426.

Paity, Henry, 87.

Palatine, Counts, father and son, 239.

Elector, sends to invite Count Maurice and the States to stand godfathers to his son, 409.

Palavicino (Palavicini) :

Edward, letter from, 6.

Sir Horatio, 145, 260.

—, wife and children of, petition for, 145, 146.

Lady, letters to, 260 (2).

—, suitor for the hand of, recommendation of, 260, 261.

Palestrina, Prince of, troops of, to assist the Pope, 159.

Palfreyman (Paulfreyman), Richard, Keeper of the small guns at the Tower, Sir R. Cecil's favour solicited for, 500.

salary of, and answer to the information of John Lee, 560.

Palmer (Pallmer) :

Edmund, news contained in a letter of, 368, 369.

Sir Henry, Admiral of the Narrow Seas, 313, 324.

—, letter from, 449.

Mr., recommended to Sir R. Cecil, 400.

Robert, letter from, 560.

Pamplyn, Robert, yeoman, petition for wardship, 507.

Pantocke, Don Gionn (sic), a Spanish serjeant-major, 305.

Papists. See Roman Catholics.

Paris, 73, 81, 170, 279, 357, 506.

letters dated at, 2, 180, 368, 410, 478.

English suits in, 16.

Sir H. Nevill's servants in, 88.

English Ambassador at, 270.

news from, 327.

Prior of St. Martin's in, 406

Parker :

—, Thurstan Hunt's man, 167.

Edward, Lord Morley, letters from, 407, 442, 485.

Sir Henry, 86.

John, 174.

—, letters from, 181, 450.

Mr., one of her Majesty's pensioners, 214.

Sir Nicholas, Deputy Lieutenant for Cornwall, 420.

—, letters from, 119, 121, 143, 174, 196 (2), 229, 280.

—, kinsman and lieutenant of, 121.

William, Lord Monteagle (Mounteglee, &c.), 44, 97, 103, 582.

—, letters from, 122, 156, 296, 395, 463.

—, committed, 102.

Capt. William, Mayor of Plymouth, letters from, 323, 419, 472, 489, 492, 529, 532.

—, letters to, 406, 483.

—, quarrel with Sir John Gilbert, 481–483, 488, 490, 493, 503, 504.

—, a pinnace of, wrecked on the coast of France, satisfaction asked for, 400.

Sir William, 127, 214.

Parkins :

—, the man of Anthony Bacon, 201.

Dr. Christopher, 549.

—, letters from, 151, 189, 390, 444.

—, indisposition of, 151.

one, in charge of some treasure, 105.

Parliament, proposed commission for examining monopolies before the sitting of, 325.

requests to be nominated or recommended by Sir R. Cecil as burgess, 390, 400.

writs expected or received, 401, 409.

date of the commencement of, mentioned, 401.

nomination of burgesses for, 401, 405.

requests for permission to be absent from, &c., 401, 409 (2).

Marquess of Winchester's disentailing bill in, 411, 494, 507.

private business proposed for, 423.

an election to serve in, much against the will, 441.

a Dean elected to serve in, 442.

a proxy for, offered, 442.

licence granted for absence from, 443.

disorder during the election of members of, 445, 460.

the want of Parliament robes, not to be bought or borrowed, 456.

Sir R. Fenys desires to bring his claim before, 469.

House of Commons, discussion as to the grant of a subsidy in Committee, 484.

“a burgess of this last,” 532.

Parma, 556.

Duke of, 289.

Parry, Sir Thomas, letter from, 427.

Parsons :

—, 329.

Father, 318, 390, 521.

Parson's Book of Succession, referred to, 573.

Partington, Mr., 112.

Partridges. See Game.

Parvis, Mr., 549.

Passage, the, number of ships at, 369.

Patti, Bishop of, 173.

Paulet :

Sir Amyas, 421.

Lady, in Clerkenwell, 357.

Lucie, Marchioness of Winchester, letters from, 177, 459, 494, 507, 521.

—, a company in Ireland desired for a servant of, 521.

William, Marquess of Winchester, question concerning his disentailing bill in Parliament, 410.

—, letters from, 410, 411, 447 (2).

—, bill in Parliament concerning lands of, 494, 507, 584.

late Marquis of, 447, 494.

Paulfreyman. See Palfreyman.

Pawnton, 582.

Payne :

John, 187.

John, of Yorkshire, wardship of heir, 530.

Thomas, Mayor of Plymouth, 10.

—, letters from, 6, 55, 77, 400.

Payton. See Peyton.

Peacock :

Richard, 38.

Tho., 146.

Peak, the, co. Derby, 520.

Pearce, James Fitz, 98.

Pearcy. See Percy.

Pearne, Dr., former master at Cambridge, 157.

Pedley, Thomas, letter from, 194.

Pelham, William, letter to, 232.

uncle of, 232.

Pellam, —, 437.

Pembridge, land of Sir Gelly Meyrick, 113.

Pembroke, Earl of. See Herbert.

Pembroke, county of, Sheriff and Justices of, letter from, 74.

Lord Essex's possessions in, 82.

Custos Rotulorum of, 164.

men from, non-arrival at Bristol, 341.

Penart, 554.

Pencivell. See Pincavell.

Pendennis (Pendinas) Castle, letters dated at, 120, 121, 143, 174, 196 (2), 229, 280.

Pennington, Mr., 433.

Penrhyn, co. Cornwall, 120.

Penruddok, Edw., letter signed by, 75.

Penshurst, letter dated at, 358.

Pensioners, H. M. Band of, bound by oath to keep three horses, 441.

Penwarn, Robert, Deputy in Scilly, letter from, 428.

Penyston, Mr., J.P. Radnor and Herefordshire, 133.

Pepper, Cuthbert, notes by, 212, 505.

Pepper, price of, 530.

Percival (Persival, Percivall) :

Geoffrey, 146.

James, Queen's ward, lease of the lands of, desired, 429.

Mr., the writer, 370, 383.

Mr., letter to, 436.

Richard, attendant of Sir Robert Cecil, 204.

—, letters from, 92, 341 (2), 429, 498.

Percy (Pearcy) :

Sir Charles, 44, 65, 82, 86, 103, 214.

—, brother of, and Essex's Rebellion, 65.

—, examination of his late servant, William Harris, 62, 65.

Henry, Duke of Northumberland, 114, 154, 276.

—, letters, from, 53, 177, 220, 264, 280, 286, 337, 410, 535, 537, 581.

—, wife of, jointure of, mentioned, 264.

Sir Joscelin, 44, 86, 103, 214.

Periam, Sir William, Lord Chief Baron, 153.

letter from, 237.

Perkins, William, 44, 87.

Perne, Andrew, 340.

Pernon, John, 44.

Peron, Nicholas, 441.

Perona, agent of the alleged conversion of Madame of France, 327.

Perrot, James, J.P., 93.

Perrott :

Humphrey, kinsman of John Littleton, mysterious disappearance of, 78.

James, reputed son of Sir John, 164.

Perrye, Abbycock, former boatswain of the Garland, answer of Sir Edward Wingfield to a complaint of, 569, 570.

Persia and Persian, 147.

Ambassador at Rome, 159, 163, 171, 173.

Sir Anthony Sherley on, 215, 216.

King of, 216.

—, letter to the Pope, 173.

voyage, 348.

Persival. See Percival.

Perte, Tyndall, of Fryan Barnet, 542.

Pestmarch, the, a sand at the mouth of Sluys harbour, 409.

Peterborough, Bishop of. See Dove.

petition for a prebendary in, 145.

Petrasse, 408.

Petre, Sir John, letter from, 58.

Pettus, Mr., Alderman of Norwich and burgess in Parliament, 532.

Petty, John, formerly of Her Majesty's guard, a ruffian, 518, 519.

Peyterson, Derycke, a printer, 565.

Peyton (Payton) :

Auditor Christopher, letter from, 384.

Deering, son of Sir J. Peyton, proposed as Deputy for his father, 394.

Sir John, Lieutenant of the Tower, 50, 80, 92, 122, 139, 156, 551.

—, letters from, 39, 69, 112, 117, 121, 127, 169 (2), 349, 378, 394.

—, conducts the Earl of Essex to his execution, 83.

—, footnote by, to a letter of Lord Sandys, 146.

—, prisoners to be delivered to, 354.

Pheasants. See Game.

Phelips. See Philips.

Phennhame. See Fenham.

Philip, a butler, 125.

a man employed by Cecil in Scottish matters, 228.

Philips (Phelips) :

John, letter from, 395.

Mr., proceedings in Parliament, 484.

William, of the Temple, 199.

—, letter from, 438.

Philipson (Philippson) :

Anne, examination of, 56, 57.

Robert, brother of Anne, Surveyor of H. M. lands in Westmoreland, 57.

Phillips :

Capt. James, 410, 545.

Mr., Countess Dowager of Derby's Chaplain, petition for, 545.

Philosopher's stone, the, a reported possessor of, 569.

Philpot (Phillpote) :

Mrs., 357.

Roger, a prisoner in Spain, 143, 144.

Phitton. See Fitton.

Physumans, Mr., a Jesuit. See Fitzsimons.

Pickering (Pickeringe) :

John, 146.

Mr., house of, 57.

Thomas, of Crosby Ravensworth, a recusant, 6.

—, children of, secret baptism of, mentioned, 165.

William, armourer, examination of, 67.

Pierce, Sir Charles, company of, dispersed, 552.

Pincavell or Pencivell (Penkevell), John, son of John Pencivell of Cornwall, confession and examination of, &c., 149, 150.

brother of, a Capuchin Friar, 150.

Pinchbeck, co. Lincoln, letter dated at, 439.

Pinson, Anne, wardship of John, her heir, 440.

Pio :

Signor Enea, 158.

Signor Marco, 159.

Piombino, sale of land of, to Spain, a spiteful invention, 159.

Prince of, rumoured marriage of, 159.

Piper, William, 187.

Pippin, Robert, 186.

Pisa, 352.

Pitchforke :

one, a keeper at Lancaster Prison, 123, 234.

Robert, 86, 214.

Plato, a saying of, 161.

Player, Arthur, complaint against, 189.

Plunkett, Patrick, Lord of Dunsany, 494.

Plymouth, 143, 207, 213, 332, 343, 422.

letters dated at, 55, 77, 122, 219, 323, 369, 400, 419, 423, 447, 454, 457, 458, 472 (2), 480, 490, 492, 510 (3), 512, 517, 528, 530, 534.

fortification of, the raising of money for, 10.

prisoners in, 55.

two Spanish ships and a pinnace lying off, behaviour of, 192.

inquiries as to strangers in, advised, 312.

an Irishman arrived at, 368.

the victualling, &c., of a vessel at, 408.

a burgess appointed as representative in Parliament, 447.

Jesuits detained at, 455, 480, 493, 504, 512.

a conspiracy to overthrow an act concerning the water of, referred to, 471, 474, 492.

Spanish prisoners from Ireland sent to, 529.

account of goods brought into, 539, 540

Aldermen of, letter from, 55.

Mayor of, references to, 425, 428, 480.

See Capt. William Parker. See Payne.

Fort, letters dated at, 78, 79, 179, 192, 205, 298, 305, 455, 465, 468, 482, 483, 488, 493, 496, 504 (2), 528, 532.

—, a prisoner from, 132.

fort and island of, defects and need for the finishing of, 205.

Sound, 453.

Poland and Poles, news from, 327, 347.

Chancellor of, letter to, mentioned, 151.

King of, 444, 512.

—, movements of, 239.

—, forces of, 264.

—, an ambassador of, 347.

strategem practised by Duke Charles on the, 264.

wars with the Swethens, 347.

Polanus, Amandus, an author, 7.

Polbaye, Ireland, 7.

Pole (Powle), Thomas, former under steward of Waltham Forest, 307, 308.

Pollard, Sir John, 421.

Poole, letter dated at, 405.

Poole :

Arthur, 222.

Catherine, letter from, 221.

—, two daughters of, decoyed and kept under restraint at Louvain, 221, 222.

Hugh, 340.

Robert, letter from, 322.

Pooly (Poolye, Pooley), Ro., a cousin of George Cotton, alias Pooly, 278, 302.

letter from, 216.

Poore, Thomas, an Irishman, 124, 125, 126.

Pope, the. See Clement VIII.

Popham, Sir John, Lord Chief Justice, 181, 206, 232.

letters from, 3, 28, 37, 84, 201, 243, 297, 362, 511.

letters to, 151, 353.

chamber of, at Serjeants' Inn, 53.

examinations taken before, 81, 201.

suspected follower of Essex, bailed by, 173.

fears a famine, steps to be taken to ensure fish for the common people, 297.

one of the commissioners to examine into monopolies, 324.

Popish trash,” 480.

Porc Epie (Pork pie, Port Kupie, Porckepy), a ravelin at Ostend, 315, 316, 335, 452.

Porrenger, one, a priest, 364.

Porterico, 286.

Portman, Sir Hugh, 212.

Portsmouth, 244, 323, 498.

letter dated at, 323.

Portugal and Portuguese (Portingals), 136, 216, 303, 304, 557.

a proposed voyage to the coast of, 552.

English prisoners in, 512.

Postal Endorsements :

Ashburton to Hartford Bridge (Harfartburg, Harfert Brug, &c.), 427.

Ashburton to Salisbury, 323.

Barnet, 193.

Bath to Newbury, 382.

Bindon to Staines, 396.

Bristol to Newbury, 392.

Canterbury to Dartford, 521.

Chatham to Dartford, 449.

Clerkenwell to Staines, 384.

Dartmouth to London, 254.

Dover (Dovor) to Dartford, 131, 303, 319, 362, 395, 533.

Dover to Hartford Bridge, 386.

Dover to Hounslow, 352, 353, 356.

Dover to London, 118, 285, 327, 333, 352 (2), 358.

Dover to Rochester, 150, 254.

Dover to Staines, 374.

Exeter to Staines, 487.

London to Canterbury, 394.

London to Hartford Bridge (Harfart Breg), 383.

Margate to Dartford, 262, 303.

Plymouth to Andover, 428.

Plymouth to Hartford Bridge, 79, 492, 530.

Plymouth to Staines, 420.

Rochester to Dartford, 451.

Salisbury to Hartford Bridge, 325.

Sandwich to Dartford, 477.

Shaftesbury to Hartford Bridge, 326.

Staines (Stanes) to London, 328.

Postal packets, the carrying of, 192.

Potter, Edward, shoemaker, 186.

Pouldern, the, at Ostend, 335.

Poulett (Poulet), Sir Hampden, or Hameden, 498.

letter from, 322.

Povye, Edward, constable in Newgate Market, 132.

Powell :

—, a smith, 101.

—, embezzlements of, &c., 560.

Mr., of Carmarthenshire, speech by, 135.

Mrs., speeches by, 135.

Mr., of Radnorshire, alleged murderer of, 127.

Walter, of Winchester, examination of, 63, 64.

Power, Richard, 285.

Powle, —, death of, referred to, 291.

Poynes, Mr., 47.

Prague, 514

intelligence from, 163.

Preachers, arrangements for, in connexion with Essex Rebellion, 52.

Preadis, Mr., letter to, 531.

Predoune, Francis, 44, 87.

Prentis, Mr., 81.

Prescott, a barbarous beating of pursuivants at, referred to, 160.

Prestbury (Presbury), Justices at, examinations before, 197.

Preston, co. Lanc., letters dated at, 166, 444.

the corporation of, Sir R. Cecil to nominate a burgess in Parliament for, 443, 444.

Mayor of. See Catterall.

Preston (Presson) :

Sir Amyas, Vice-Admiral of the Narrow Seas, 131, 319.

—, letter from, 170.

Thomas, letter from, 432.

Prestwood, Mr. Littleton's house at, 78.

Pretty, George, 186, 187.

Prewces, Duke of, 264.

Price (Pryce, &c.) :

Captain, 117.

Clement, J. P. in Radnorshire, 133.

James, servant to Sir Gelly Meyrick, information given by, 43, 106, 107.

Mary, a Queen's ward, 575.

Primero, the game of, alluded to, 361.

Prinseps, a haberdasher, 47.

Printers, these villainous,” 89.

Priory Orchard, pasture in Ayleston called, a dispute concerning the ownership of, 575.

Privy Chamber, the, 239.

Privy Council, 78, 82, 89, 97, 130, 182, 355.

letters from, 183, 245, 258, 571.

letters to, 14, 18, 24, 47, 50, 54, 58, 61, 74, 75 (2), 88, 99, 103, 105, 109, 119, 183, 189, 191, 196 (2), 197, 224, 229, 252, 255, 270, 322, 328, 331, 333, 349, 403, 438, 461, 465, 467, 468, 474, 481, 487, 488, 491, 502, 529 (2), 532, 569.

asked to choose between two applicants for a post in Northamptonshire, 225.

petitions to, 94, 205, 318.

speech of Owen Salisbury concerning, 122.

warrants of arrest from, 188, 310.

Prize goods, an account of, 539.

Proby, Pe., letter from, 350.

Proger, John, of Monmouthshire, 124

Prosser (Prossar), Harry, of Walterston, Hereford, servant of Lord Essex, questions, &c., to be put to, 124, 125, 126, 127.

said to have committed two murders at the instigation of Sir Gelly Meyrick, 127.

Protestants”—sectaries of the Church of England, alluded to, 365.

Proudlove, Samuel, letter from, 536.

Proverbial sayings, &c. :

“the child unborn,” 22.

“time, the mother of truth,” 23.

“papers have long ears,” 85.

Prowse, —, 56, 57.

Prue, Roger, a prisoner at Plymouth, 55.

Pruge, 263.

Prydiaux, Mr., J.P., examination before, 267.

Pryme, Benjamin, 187 (3), 289.

Pryse, Mr., servant of Captain Jolles, involved in a tavern brawl, 190.

Pue, Roger, 77.

Pugnicarolo, Count of, 172.

Puleston :

Parson, house of, 96.

Roger, offices held by, 561.

Pureveye, William, letter from, 561.

Puritans, discussed, 109, 573, 574.

Putney (Puttneye), 543.

Alderman Low's house in, offered to Sir R. Cecil, 314.

Puttrel, —, 341.

Pyne, Mr., 147.

Pynder, P., 549.

Pyper. See Piper.

Pyssimskey, Phedor, former ambassador of the Emperor of Russia, 348.

Pyttes, Arthur and Thomas, question concerning the grant of the goods, &c., of 427, 428.



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