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'Index: P', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 1: 1556-1696 (1868), pp. 637-642. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79504 Date accessed: 03 September 2014.


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Packer, Mr. John, 133.

-, John, 480.

-, Philip, Esq., paymaster of the works, 20.

Packet boats, 128, 534.

-, -, between England and Ireland, 307.

Packs, search of, 4.

Padstow, 242 (2), 285.

-, the Francis, of, 79.

Paggen, Mr. Peter, 361.

Paige, Col. Nicholas, owner of the ketch Salisbury, petition of, 197.

Paintings, 160. See also Pictures.

Palace Yard, 130.

Palermatan, the ship, 335.

Palmer condemned for clipping in 1688, 234.

-, Mr. Elia, 22 (3), 28.

-, Major, 407.

-, Renatus, petition of, 111.

-, William, of Dublin, gent., petition of, 342.

-, Mr. William, petitions for lands in Ireland, 544.

-, W., deputy clerk of the Privy Council, 557.

Pamphilon, Edw., convicted at Norfolk assizes, 573.

Pansford, or Pauncefort, Mr. Edward, 319.

-, Mr. Tracy, 426.

Paper, &c., Comrs for the duties on, 369, 405.

-, duty, 334, 335, 359, 369, 405, 416.

-, Office, 561.

Papillon, Mr., 88.

-, Thomas, M.P. for Dover, 117.

-, -, and others, petition of, 373.

Papin, reformed lieutenant in Col. la Melonier's regiment, 209.

Papists, 39 (2), 59, 96 (3), 147, 159 (2), 257.

-, the designs of, 335.

Parchment, duty on, 334, 335, 405.

Paris, 15, 99.

-, the mint there, 53.

-, letter dated at, 246.

Parke, Nicholas, a King's waiter in the port of London, petition of, 366.

Parker, Consul, expresses sent to Madrid, 406.

-, Mr. George, of Boringdon, co. Devon, petition of, &c., 435, 436.

-, Mr. Wyke, executed at Exeter for murder, the estate of, 435, 436 (2).

Park-lands, 187.

Parle, Ni[cholas], 385.

Parliament, 35, 70, 83, 113, 138, 151, 158 (2), 186, 196, 291 (2), 324, 336, 346, 404, 462, 523.

-, Acts of, 318, 328 (2), 331, 338, 342, 345, 348, 357, 372, 374, 377, 385, 400, 414, 505, 543, 557.

-, Act of, sought, 208.

-, commission for the continuance of, 5.

-, committee of, (for accounts), 145,

-, in England, the Comrs of, 228.

-, Houses of, 10.

-, members of the Houses of, 281, 447, 572.

-, see Ireland and Tinners.

Parliamentary survey, the, 163.

Parry, Charles, gent., petition of, 153.

-, Francis, Esq., to be an adjunct Comr of Excise, 123.

-, Mr. George, solicitor of Excise, 45 (2).

Parsons, Anthony, auditor for the county of Wilts, 361.

-, Col., a land surveyor in the port of London, 60.

-, Sir Lawrence, Bart., petition of, 469 (2).

-, Major Robert, memorial of, 401.

-, Col. William, 126.

-, William, Esq., petition of, (Customs), 380.

Paston, Thomas, Esq., 175

Patent customers, 131.

-, -, to subscribe “the Instrument,” 131.

-, officers (that is, officers appointed by patent), 126 (2), 148, 318, 338, 356.

-, -, allowance to deputies, memorial, 15.

-, passing a, 200l. for, 501

-, writers (Customs), 150.

Patrickson, Richard, Esq., petition of, 146.

Patronage claimed by Comrs of Ordnance, 268, 269.

Pauls, church of, coal duty for, 462.

Pauncefort, E., 244.

-, Tracy, and partners, army clothiers, petition of, 206.

-, -, memorial of, (hospitals, &c.), 291.

Pavilions, &c., the accounts of, 16.

Paving, 135.

Pawlett, the Lord William, receiver of revenue of Green Wax, memorials of, 187, 218 (4), 219.

-, Mr., a gallery keeper at Whitehall, 320.

Pay, the amount of, 4, 5.

-, arrears of, 397 (2), 398, 498, 500, 502, 508, 509, 524, 544.

-, books, 403.

-, navy, 401.

Paymaster, accounts and papers of the, 273.

-, of the forces, 16, 109.

-, see Works.

Payne, Dr., petition of, 111.

Payne, John, Her Majesty's collector in Maryland, murdered, 111.

-, John, commander of the ship Benjamin, petition of, 143.

-, Richard, (Customs), 318.

Peace, apprehensions of, 573.

-, the clerks of the, 305.

Pearlashes, 294.

-, entered as potashes, 207.

-, of the growth and manufacture of Germany, 207.

Pearse, James, surgeon, petition of, 185.

-, Richard, under searcher of the port of London, 44.

Pebble court, the 110.

Peckham, estate of Sir Henry Bond at, 490.

Pecock, Nathaniel, petition of, 190.

Peddar, Capt., commander of the Swift, 273.

Pedlars, vagrant, 4.

Peele, Mary, widow of William Peele, petition of, 374.

Peel, Jan., master of the ship Town of Ostend, petition of, 140.

Peers, Charles, of London, merchant, 320.

-, pension for support of, 119.

-, the House of, 454.

Peirce, Capt. Alexander, petition of 164.

-, Lieut.-Col., memorial of, 187.

Peirs [or Peirce], Edward, and three other East India seamen, witnesses as to prizes, 196.

-, -, petition of, 197.

Peirce, Martha, wife of John Peirce, eldest sergeant in Capt. John Hawkins' company, who died in Ireland, petition of, 291.

-, Richard, one of the five under searchers in the port of London, petition of, 465.

Peirson, John, of Malton, co. York, gent., petition of, 153.

Pelham, Henry, Esq., 341.

Pellam, Mr., at Oxford, 198.

Pell Office, Exchequer, 341, 554.

Pells, the clerk of the, 337, 494.

Pembroke, 244.

Penal statutes against dissenters, 168.

Pendennis Castle, 34.

-, and ground surveyed and mapped by Mr. Travers, 364.

Pendergrast, 2,000l. to, 511.

Penn, co. Buckingham, 272.

Penne, Dorothy, widow, petition of, 377.

Pennell, William, master of a ketch, petition of, 268.

Pennington, Thomas, 71.

-, -, gent., King's waiter (Customs), petitions of, &c., 309, 383.

Penreth, lands concealed from the Crown in the honour of, 292.

Penryn, 34, 524.

Pension of 500l. a year for preservation of King Charles II. after the battle of Worcester, 438.

Pensions, 8 (2), 90, 119, 128, 134, 152, 155 (2), 160, 162, 163, 172, 192, 193, 207, 257, 273, 276, 282, 287, 301 (2), 311, 319, 339, 369, 377, 384, 396, 411, 415, 434, 467, 479, 481 (2), 485, 503, 520, 532, 535, 551.

-, to reformed French officers, 192.

Pensioners, French, 392.

-, in the pay of France, 298.

Pennsylvania, 348, 354, 402, 484.

Penteney, Matthew, 221.

Penwith, 101.

Penzance, 185.

-, port of, collector of, 39.

Pepper (Customs regulations about), 283.

-, entered inwards and re-shipped for Leghorn, 226.

-, imported, &c., 334, 410.

Percivall, John, Esq., governor of hospitals in Ireland, debts to, petition of, 271.

Pereira, John, (Customs), 450.

Pereyra, Isaac (provisions for forces), 318, 381.

-, a person of that name, 498.

Perpetuanos, 264.

Perquisites of officers of the port of London, 424.

Perrot, North, advowson of, 15.

Perry, John, Esq., merchant, part owner of a ship taken up as a guard ship by the Council of Jamaica, petition of, 288.

-, Micaiah, memorial of, (Customs), 458.

-, Mr., Virginia tobacco merchant, and others, petition of, 296.

Perse, Martin, gent., executor of John Chudleigh, a purser, petition of, 198.

Persian silk, see Silk.

Peter, John, collector of customs at Looe, dismissed, 282.

Peterborough, the revenues of the bishopric of, 210.

Peterman, Roth, a King's waiter in the port of London, petition of, 361.

Petersham, petition of the inhabitants of, 187.

Petre, Robert and Richard, Romish priests, the estate of at Stanford Rivers (Essex) attainted, 290.

Pett, Samel, Esq., petition of, as to marsh land in the Isle of Thanet, 293.

Petty, Mr., lands in the co. of Kerry, 490.

-, Sir William, 118, 491.

Petty Bag, 537.

-, -, Office, clerk of the, 153.

Pevensey, Sussex, 49.

Peyton, Sir John, the regiment of, 361.

Phelips, John, Esq., one of the seven auditors of the revenue, petition of, 415.

Phellystowne, lands in, co. Meath, 492.

Philip, the, mail packet seized, 128.

Phillip, Robert, Esq., a gentleman of the bedchamber, 394 (3),

Phillipps, John, collector of excise (Middlesex), robbed between Enfield and London of the excise money, petition of, 288.

-, Mr., David, of Bristol, 330, 331.

Phillips, Captain, second engineer of the miners dismissed by Duke Schomberg, 245.

-, -, put Portsmouth into a state of defence, 245,

-, George, Esq., his estate in Londonderry mortgaged, petition of, 262.

-, Nathaniel, gent., 570.

-, William, owner of a ship, petition of, 313.

Phillipstown, in Ireland, 465.

Philpot, Edward, citizen and press maker of London, petition of 232.

Phippard, William, petition of, (hire of a ship), 446.

Phipps, Sir William, 214.

Phœnix brewhouse, Minories, St. Botolph's, Aldgate, 570.

Phœnix Park, 433.

Physicians, 291, 312.

Pictures delivered by the King's limner, 7.

-, Indian, 469.

Piedmont, 276, 456, 463.

-, Duke Schomberg there, 222.

Pierce, a mason, 87.

-, and others, 1,000l. to, 511.

Pierre, see Stone.

Pigeon, Charles, 163.

-, D., deputy auditor, 266.

Pigott, Mr., a surveyor of landwaiters, 59, 60 (2), 63.

Pillory, the, 207.

Pilotage, 258.

Pinfold, Thomas, 140.

Pipe, the clerk of the, 343, 451.

-, the deputy clerk of the, 218.

Pipe staves, 164.

Piper, Sir Hugh, Kt., 163.

Pipewell, the estate of Lord Powys, valued by Mr. Travers, 364.

-, Abbey, 264.

Pirate, an English, 68.

Pirates, the goods of, 155.

Pitch, 505.

Pitches, Lambert, his salary as a tide surveyor at Leigh, 556.

Pitt, Thomas, memorial of, 171.

-, -, Esq., 321.

Pix, the, 518.

Plague, the fear of infection from the, 430.

Plans of Scotland Yard, 110.

Plantation accounts, 534.

-, trade, laws as to the, 418.

Plantations, the, 166, 249.

-, -, how to render them more beneficial, 203.

-, the committee of, 56.

-, commodities or goods of, 297, 528.

-, (duties), 338.

-, English, in Ireland, 4.

-, English, (Customs), 458.

-, the King's duty in the, 484.

-, see Trade.

Plastrier, Mr. R. L., a merchant, 49.

Plate, 155, 177, 543.

-, to be coined, money insufficient, 505, 507.

-, ordered by the Act to be melted into ingots, 505.

-, 6d. an ounce recompense for bringing in, 533.

-, 5s. 2d. an ounce, 538.

-, utensils of, 139.

Plater, George, (Maryland), 385, 409, 449 (3).

Plau, Mons. le, (the famous Mons. le Plau), the surveyor of the Fen Level in Lincolnshire, 253.

Players, Sir Thomas, 343.

Pley, George, deceased, lately riding surveyor in the co. of Dorset, 112.

Plimpton, the honour of, 424.

Plowden, Francis, Esq., outlawed for treason, 304 (2).

-, Elizabeth, 303, 304.

-, Richard, 304.

Plymouth, mention of, 27, 30, 31, 34, 41, 55, 63, 70, 120, 121, 165, 167, 213, 224, 225, 238, 257, 294, 324, 326, 333, 338, 339, 354, 372, 380, 384, 394, 399, 404, 410, 476, 508, 515, 522, 529, 559.

-, the citadel of, gun wharf, &c. there, 331.

-, Danish troops put in, for provisions, 223, 226.

-, deputy governor of, 63.

-, the garrison at, 311 (3).

-, the Lambhay near the citadel of, 206.

-, petition of the mayor, &c. of, 539.

-, a new prison at, 463.

-, searcher of, 53, 54, 57, 129, 211.

Podmore, Arthur, and another, petitions of, 425, 506.

Poll Act, 90, 105, 109, 124, 271 (2), 337.

-, additional, and review, 106.

-, money, 45, 250.

-, the quarterly, &c., 292, 293, 317, 340 (2), 368 (2), 369 (2), 381.

-, tax, 49, 58, 179, 189, 216.

Pollard, Major Anthony, petition of, &c., 155 (2).

-, Mr. William, 63.

Poltney, Mr., (derelict lands), 537.

Pont Chartrain, Mons. de, 248.

Pontelli, reformed lieutenant in Col. la Melonier's regiment, 209.

Pool or Poole, the port of, 103, 112.

-, an officer at the port of, contrives the escape of Irishmen who were in the Isle of Wight, 36.

-, letter dated at, 35.

-, Mr., a witness as to derelict lands, 538.

-, -, the Synopsis of, 290.

Poole, Lady, relict of Sir William Poole, collector of Bristol, 165.

-, Sir William, late collector of Bristol, 61, 124.

Poor's rate, distress for, 122.

Pope, Michael, merchant, and another, petition of, 137.

Popery, 43.

-, the designs of, 40.

Popish estates, 359, 372.

-, commission of inquiry for Yorkshire and Lincolnshire sought for, 372.

Poplar, 157.

Popple, Mr., 534.

Population of London and Westminster one-fifth of all England, 152.

“Portabello,” 44.

Portello, Isaac, of London, merchant (Customs), petition of, 440.

Porter, Lord Chancellor, (Ireland), 354.

-, Sir Charles, 19.

Portington, Mary, kept a nunnery in St. Martin's Lane, 371.

Portland, [William], Earl of, 131, 258, 281, 437, 454 (2).

-, -, the regiment of, 223.

-, -, tallies for, upon the secret service to make good the late bounty to, 542.

-, -, superintendent of the gardens, 503.

-, Lady, her miserable low state, &c., 42.

-, the Island of, petition, &c. of the inhabitants of, 328.

-, (co. Dorset), the manor of, 328.

Portlester, manor of, (co. Meath, Ireland), 321 (2).

-, the castle, 321

Portpatrick (Scotland), 308.

Portraits of their Majesties on the coin, 79.

Port Royal, Jamaica, 320.

-, destruction of the fortifications there, 288.

Ports, the out-visitation of, 59.

-, surveyor general of, 40.

-, the western, visitation of, 63, 126.

Portsmouth, mention of, 7, 134, 208, 223, 226, 239, 257, 258 (2), 259, 283, 294, 295, 296, 297, 301, 325, 333, 339, 368, 371, 379, 384, 385, 491, 497, 499 (2), 508, 529, 542 (3).

-, the brewers at, 555.

-, [dock]yard, 560.

-, the Earl of Bath's regiment there, 20.

-, the French on the coast of, 245.

Portsmouth, the growth of, 554.

-, the works likely to be at a stand, 557, 558.

Portugal, 139, 244, 440, 470.

-, envoy extraordinary to, 207, 288.

-, the King of, 282.

-, merchants, 70.

Postage, a halfpenny charged on each letter beyond the, 202.

-, application of the profits of, between Berwick and Edinburgh, 284.

Post from Exeter to Bristol, 554.

Post fines, 25, 97, 520 (2), 521.

Postmaster General, 307, 441, 462, 554.

Post Office, 55 (2), 178 (2), 230, 250.

-, auditor general of, 369.

-, the dues to be paid to the secretaries, 284.

-, English, 461.

-, General, 281.

-, -, clerks of the, 421.

-, the governors of, 295.

-, the illegal and evil practices of, 574.

-, the, in Ireland, 223, 411, 461.

-, pension from the, 535.

-, regulations as to free letters and packets, &c., 281.

-, other regulations for members of Parliament, 281.

-, tallies on the, 480.

Poston, Timothy, of London, merchant, 282.

Potashes, 56, 191, 207, 212.

-, customs on, 132, 134, 378, 382.

Potash farm, the, 219.

Potter, Thomas, (army clothier), petitions of, &c., 104, 109, 176.

Potters, the, or potmakers and pot sellers, 418.

Pottinger, Mr. Thomas, merchant [agent for prizes at Belfast], 260.

-, -, petition of, 343.

Poulteney, Sir William, 490.

Poultry Counter, 311.

Poundage, payment by, 162.

Povey, John, 266 (2), 385, 386 (2), 388 (2), 391, 393, 395 (2), 402.

-, Mr. John, (Trade and Plantations), 456, 459.

-, Richard, “receiver” (sick and wounded), 277.

-, Thomas, master of requests, petition of, 76.

Powder, 55, 56, 184, 549.

-, magazine for, 392.

-, makers, 459 (2), 460 (4).

-, -, complaint of, frivolous, 460.

-, stores of, and powder mills, 251.

Powell, Charles, sworn in as musician in ordinary, 24.

Power, “one” who was in France, 489.

Powis, the Earl of, 429.

-, Richard, gent., 332.

Powis, Mr. Richard, at the Treasury Chamber, 567.

-, [William], Marquis of, commission of inquiry into the estates of, 129.

-, -, [attainted], the lands and estates of, 264, 314, 322, 364, 375.

-, -, the Northamptonshire estate of, trial respecting, 235.

-, -, inquisition on, 240.

-, -, his lands in Montgomeryshire, 280.

-, Sir Thomas, attorney-general, 51.

-, -, counsel, 456, 489, 537.

Powle, H., speaker [of the House of Commons], 116.

Powlet or Pawlet, Lord William, petition of, 58, 66.

Pratt, Mr., [counsel], 520.

Prayer books, common, 352, 470.

Preaching contrary to the usages of the Church of England, fine for, 11.

Presents to foreign ministers, 6.

Prestallyn, co. Flint, hundred of, lead and coal mines in, 242.

Preston, Viscount or Lord, the estate of, 154, 212, 252.

-, -, -, in Cumberland, 421.

-, -, inquisition on, 240.

-, -, forfeited, 334.

-, -, attainted of high treason, 414.

-, Sir Thomas, estate of, 10.

Price, Mrs. Alice, wife of Thomas Price, deputy postmaster at Stourbridge (Worcestershire), who carried letters from thence to Cosell [?Coleshill] (Warwickshire), petition of, 202.

-, Captain, 185.

-, Sir Carberry, the mine of, in Wales, experiment on the ore from, 228.

-, Edward, 245.

-, Henry, petition of, 322.

-, Mr., 437.

-, Mr. A., one of the patent waiters of the port of London, 71.

-, Richard, executor of Ambrose Thelwell, collector of excise in Hertford and Bedford, petition of, 251.

-, Thomas, the estate of, 165.

-, Mr. Thomas, the estate of, in Newport, 228.

-, Thomas, of London, goldsmith, absconded with moneys of King James II., 277.

Prideaux, Edmund, Esq., and another, petitions of, 256, 420.

Priests and Jesuits estates, 10, 345, 359, 362.

Prisoners, 128, 153, 321, 330, 421, 507.

-, charges for keeping, 378, 380 (2), 402.

-, in Chester Castle, 59.

-, -, their names, 6d. a day allowed them, 46.

-, English, in France, 247.

-, French, at Seaford and Rye, 49,

-, -, in the Hamoaze, 64.

-, Irish, 313.

-, in the gaol at Haverfordwest, 91.

-, at St. Malo, 121.

-, removing, 520.

-, of war, incident charges of, 8.

-, see Sick and wounded and Savoy.

Pritchard, Susan, relict of Rice Pritchard, collector of hearth money in Wales, petition of, 307.

-, Sir William, to recover certain guns sunk, 365, 366.

Privateer, a, equipping at Shoreham, 105.

-, Dutch, 467.

-, French, 313, 317, 340, 409, 467.

Privateers, 149, 242 (6), 243 (2), 296, 338, 400, 423, 570.

-, Act encouraging, 449, 550.

Privilege, breach of, 222, 475.

Privileges [of the tinners], 18.

Privy Chamber, the, 338.

-, Council, warrant from, 1, 10.

-, 43, 62, 185, 363, 533.

-, the clerks of the, petition for tallies for their salaries, 375.

-, the committee of, 565.

-, the Lords of the, 250, 440.

-, gallery, 20, 110, 175.

-, Seals, 334, 479.

-, docquets of, or abstracts of grants &c., 209, 272, 411, 568.

-, Seal, the Lord, the officers under him to be appointed, 522.

Prize goods, 414, 487, 506.

-, Office, 347, 519, 544, 556.

-, the establishment of, 363.

-, ships, 78 (2), 169 (2), 185, 196, 320, 322, 326, 328, 331, 336, 339, 340, 343, 361, 384, 499, 550 (2), 559, 570.

-, vessels, 10s. a ton allowed to captors of, 199.

Prizes, agent for, 323.

-, Comrs for, 78 (2), 84, 92, 103, 165, 169, 199, 217, 252, 267, 320, 322, 323, 338, 343, 345 (2), 363, 384, 400, 449, 470, 503, 515, 519, 523, 535, 550, 556 (2).

-, -, memorial of, 70.

-, -, goods and guns between decks delivered to, 400.

-, -, officers under them who had not signed the “Voluntary Association,” 507.

-, the principal Comr of, 150.

-, French, 267, 345.

-, officers of, and prize goods, 165, 240, 266, 559.

-, Office of, the King's and Parliament's demands on, 523.

-, taken from the French, 516.

Prizes and prize goods, 43, 64, 260.

-, -, seamen and officers unwilling to part with them, 43.

-, receiver-general for, 113.

Probert, Mr. William, receiver-general of hearth money in North and South Wales, 295.

Proclamation, 5, 83.

-, of the King and Queen, 405.

Præ-emption of tin, 22.

Proger, Edward, Esq., keeper of the Middle Park at Hampton Court, petition of, 418.

Prosecutions [Treasury], 129.

-, -, expenses of, 223.

-, list of, 272.

-, at law, 341, 435.

-, money for, 364, 373.

Protestant, a, barbarously used, 566.

-, interest, see Ireland.

-, officers, 39.

-, religion, 96.

-, -, friends of, 35.

-, -, enemies of, 70.

Protestants, 36, 38, 41, 96 (2), 153, 191.

-, of Ireland, distressed, 72, 85, 107.

-, cause or interest, 334, 376.

-, the Dean of Londonderry maintained fifty men in defence of the, 415.

-, distressed, 59, 147.

-, French, 32 (2), 185, 200, 204, 233. See also French.

-, in Ireland, 247, 262.

-, about 1,000, ships to carry from Germany to Ireland, 346.

Prothoro, Lewis, a writer in the port of London, petition of, 259.

Providence, the, pacquet or advice boat, 169.

Provisions, 5, 12, 77, 143 (2), 155 (4), 173 (3), 179, 180, 185 (2), 186, 189 (3), 204, 215, 237, 261, 268, 269, 310, 330, 353, 388 (2), 395, 397, 407, 447 (2), 472, 477, 497, 499, 547, 549, 552, 553.

-, for men at the Nore, 193.

-, the price of, enhanced, 551.

-, shipping, 8, 147.

-, see Commissary.

Provost Marshal, 228.

-, -, (horses seized for artillery, Ireland), 212.

Prunellos seized, 558.

Puisars, the Marquis de, the regiment of, 498.

Pulteney, John, Esq., clerk of the Privy Council in Ireland, petition of, 565.

Punter, Anthony, ship's carpenter, petition of, 313.

Purcell, Col., the regiment of, 212.

-, Col. Toby, the regiment of, 280.

Purchase, William, bricklayer, 322.

Pursers, the, 560.

Pursuivants, fees to, 405.

Putney, petition of the inhabitants of, 187.

Puttuxant, the district of, (Maryland), 409 (2).

-, letter dated at, 449.

Pye, Mr., (Customs), 325.

-, John, petition of, 81.

-, -, dismissed from the office of solicitor for the coast bonds, petition of, 259.

Pyne, Hugh, petition of, as to arrears of tenths of the rectory of Rayleigh, in the co. of Essex, 236.

-, Sir Richard, Kt., Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, petition for grant of lands, 435.

Pyper, Sir Hugh, constable of the castle of Launceston, 95.



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