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Index: P

Pages 704-709

Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 17, 1605. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1938.

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P.

Packer, Thomas, letter from, 177.

Page, , Auditor Neale's man, 471.

Palatine, Frederick, Count, of the Rhine, 292.
-, titles of, 259.
-, offends James I, 99.

Palavicino, Edward, 196, 207.
-, -, letter from, 196.

Palermo, 567.

Palestrina, Prince of, 172.

Palmer:
-, Edmond, 303.
-, Sir H., 365.
-, Sir Thomas, letter from, 554.
-, William, 301.

Pamphlets. See Books and pamphlets.

Panmeure, the Master of Gray's cousin of, 333.

Paper, customs on, 281.

Papists. See Roman Catholics.

Papworth [Cambs.], 23.

Paraduis, Philibert, 561.

Parham, Sir Edward, 397, 442, 472, 640.

Paris (Parys), 192, 303, 542, 611.
-, letters dated at, 208, 448, 454, 458, 563.
-, merchants and merchant causes in, 507, 564.
-, information from, 544545.

Paris, Henry, 577.

Parker:
-, Dr., 224.
-, Edward, 11th Lord Morley, 131.
-, -, letters from, 56, 153.
-, George, 555.
-, Sir John, 461, 618.
-, -, letter from, 217.
-, Matthew, Archbishop of Canterbury, 182.
-, William, 4th Lord Monteagle (Mounteagle), 107, 482, 510, 594.
-, -, letter from, 166.
-, -, lawsuit of, 32, 166.
-, -, information concerning, in Thomas Winter's confession, 513.
-, -, letter of warning to, 535.
-, -, and a payment to Percy's wife, 550.
-, -, 500.
-, -, servant of Lord Grey, 444.

Parkins, Sir Christopher, letter from, 558.

Parkinson:
-, Cuthbert, 495, 519.
-, George, 495.
-, Philip, 495.

Parley [Dorset], 113.

Parliament, Acts of:
-, statute 27 Edward III, 274.
-, statute 11 Henry IV, 274.
-, statute 9 Henry V, 133.
-, statute 23 Elizabeth, 544.

Parliament, burgessships in, 339, 360, 454.
-, prorogation of, 340, 344, 356, 451, 458, 490.
-, no new prorogation after Gunpowder Plot, 541.
-, a request for membership, 465.
-, Gunpowder plot attempt on. See under Gunpowder Plot.
-, See also Commons and Lords.

Parlour, Hugh, 517.

Parma, Duke of, 173, 513.

Parrey, , the traitor, 530.

Parrham, , a recusant, 363.

Parry (Parrie):
-, Richard, Bishop of St. Asaph, letter from, 374.
-, Sir Thomas, English Ambassador in France, 52, 191, 221, 275, 448, 611.
-, -, and confiscation of English merchants' goods, 27, 181.
-, -, and Captain William Turner's information, 544545.
-, -, leaves French Court, 563.

Parsons:
-, Ralph, 453.
-, [Father], 530, 546, 557.

Parys. See Paris.

Passage, Commissioners for, 559.

Paston, Edward, letter from, 249.
-, Sir Thomas, 249.

Pastrana, Duke del, 228, 229.

Patience, a fort in the Low Countries, 438.

Patornoster, Tho., letter from, 573.

Pattingham, , a lunatic, children of, 6.

Pau (Paw, France), a Spaniard taken at, 399.

Paul V (Cardinal Borghese), elected Pope, 221, 249.
-, entertainment by, of Irish fugitives, 236.

Paulet, Sir Amyas, 208.
-, William, 4th Marquis of Winchester, letter from, 320.

Paulton, Tom, 438.

Paw. See Pau.

Payn, Mr., patentee, of Portsmouth, 358.

Paynsley (Shrops.), 501.

Payton. See Peyton.

Peacock, Sir Edward, 406.

Peake, Robert, 613.

Pearcy. See Percy.

Pechie, Hugh, 56.

Pedlar, George, 613.

Pedro, Don, 66.

Pelegrini, Piero, Secretary of Venice, letter from, 631.

Pelham, Sir Edmund, letter from, 447.

Pembridge, Mr., 235.

Pembroke, Earl of. See Herbert.

Pembrokeshire, 500.
-, sheriff of, letter from, concerning watch for suspects in Gunpowder Plot, 485.
-, Justices of, 555.

Penal laws, petitions for mitigation of rigour of, 57.
-, reviving of, 187.

Penkevell, a priest, 8.

Penn (Peny), , servant of Lord Cobham, 151, 444.

Pennington (Penningtoun), Joseph, 308, 344.
-, -, letters from, 238, 239, 289(2), 309, 310.

Penrith [Cumb.], 160.

Penryn (Penrin, Cornwall), 448.
-, letter dated at, concerning a burgessship of the town, 461.

Peny. See Penn.

Peperhill, letter dated at, 49.

Pepnell, Captain, 472.

Pepper, Spanish measures against Dutch sale of, 57.

Pepwell, Captain Henry, letter from, 413.

Percival, Richard, attendant on Cranborne, letters to, 155, 435, 591.
-, -, letters from, 115, 426, 434.

Percy (Percye, Piercie, Pearcy, Perecy, Persy, Perse):
-, Allan, brother to Thomas (q.v.), 495, 499.
-, Anne, 524.
-, Sir Charles, 198, 546.
-, -, letter from, 618.
-, Henry, 9th Earl of Northumberland, 506, 555, 618.
-, -, letters from, 73, 186, 243, 367, 478, 617(2).
-, -, proposed marriage of his brother, 367.
-, -, and Sir Walter Ralegh, 480, 505.
-, -, and the Gunpowder Plot, 483, 491, 495, 497, 510.
-, -, alleged conversation with Christopher Harris, 489490.
-, -, in the Tower, 518, 608(4), 609.
-, -, his dealings with Thomas Percy, 522.
-, -, alleged speech concerning, 523.
-, -, to be examined in the Star Chamber, 525.
-, -, his wife's confidence in innocency of, 526, 608, 617.
-, -, petition on behalf of, 526.
-, -, information from James I concerning, 529.
-, -, reasons given for his imprisonment, 535536, 563.
-, -, his leases, 617.
-, -, an estate of, 628.
-, Sir Jocelin, 522.
-, Mr., 524.
-, Mrs., waiting woman to Lady Lovell, examination of, 499.
-, Thomas, cousin of Earl of Northumberland, a suspect in the Gunpowder Plot, 478, 485, 489, 497, 499, 503, 514, 526, 529, 569.
-, -, death of, 486, 488, 510, 525.
-, -, alleged conversation with Cuthbert Parkinson, 494, 519.
-, -, a ciphered scarf of, 511.
-, -, and the Earl of Northumberland, 522, 529, 535.
-, -, letter from the slayer of, 531.
-, -, his wife, Wright's sister, 550.
-, -, charge for setting up head of, 567.
-, Thomas, a drunken man, 551.
-, -, 501.

Perker, Captain, 472.

Perkins, Mrs., 500.

Pernambuco (Brazil), 131.

Perpoint, , 501.

Perrham, Jo., merchant, letter from, 453.

Perrott, Sir James, letters from, 257, 296, 555, 619.
-, -, letter to, 555.
-, Sir John, 257, 296, 619.
-, Sir Thomas, 257, 297, 619.

Persall, Thomas, a Papist, 643.

Perse. See Percy.

Persia, Ambassadors of, 135.

Perth, letters dated at, 91, 446.

Peter, Sir William, Chancellor of Order of the Garter, 182, 453.

Peterborough [Northants], letters dated at, 47, 59.

Peterborough, Bishop of. See Dove, Thomas.

Petifer, Robert, 353.

Pettingarre, Spero, 522.

Peyton (Payton):
-, Sir John, formerly Lieutenant of the Tower, 364, 573, 601, 621.
-, -, letter from, 452.
-, Sir John, the younger, letter from, 452.

Phelippes (Phelipps). See Phillips.

Philip II, King of Spain, 136.

Philip III, King of Spain (his Catholic Majesty), 79, 136, 167, 387.
-, letter from, 271.
-, sends honours to Rome, 53, 67.
-, prepares for Lord Admiral's visit, 41.
-, -, advice regarding divine service, 129.
-, a pension granted to the Lord Admiral, 280.
-, rumoured gifts of, to Lord Admiral, 280, 303.
-, edict against frequenting of the Indies, 130131.
-, favourites of, 164.
-, at ceremony of Peace with England, 228229.
-, birth of a son of. See Philippus.
-, at christening of Infant, 232234.
-, a claim to lands of Italian princes, 295.
-, sends out writs for inquiry of concealed lands, 383.
-, and the Gunpowder Plot, 482, 534, 556.
-, to bestow pensions upon English Catholics, 512513.

Philip of Africa, Don, 232.

Philippine, the, 196.

Philippus Dominicus Victor, Infante of Spain, birth of, 143, 204.
-, christening of, 232234.

Phillips (Philips, Phelips, Phelipps, Phelippes):
-, Sir Edward (Judge Phillips), 190, 193, 194, 640.
-, -, letter to, 143.
-, -, letter from, 143.
-, John, 88.
-, -, letters from, 174, 619.
-, -, letter to, 573.
-, Sir John, 88.
-, Martin, of Plymouth, 155.
-, Thomas, 39, 52.
-, -, letters from, 47, 54, 64, 88, 111, 128.
-, William, 88.
-, -, 523.

Phillipson, Richard, letter to, 548.

Pickering (Pickringe, Pykeringe):
-, Sir Christopher, 126.
-, Lewis, alleged author of a libel against the King, 35, 114, 288, 582, 596.
-, -, letters from, 125, 126, 270(2), 271, 469, 619(2), 620(2), 621(2), 623(2).
-, -, petitions of, 620623.
-, Mr., 202.
-, Mr., of Northants, 522.

Piercie. See Percy.

Piers, Thomas, 529.

Pigeon, , 471.

Piggott, R., 605.

Pigott (Pygott), Mr., a justice, 22.

Pilkington, Roger, 644.

Pinchbeck [Lincs.], letter dated at, 130.

Pinder, , 532.

Pinners (pinmakers), 623.

Pipe, Clerk of the, 606.

Piracy, repression of, 243.
-, punishment by being pressed to death, 295296.

Pirates, English, outrages committed by, 210, 296, 304.

Pius V, Pope, Bull of, 530.

Plague, the, 73.
-, a professed curer of, 206.
-, in His Excellency's camp, 330.

Playfer, Dr., 577.

Plessington, Captain, 472.

Plunkett, James, letter from, 454.

Plymouth, 129.
-, letters dated at, 5, 45, 132, 145, 156, 170, 196, 211(2), 235, 237(2), 252.
-, ships from the Low Countries at, 44.
-, Vice Admiral of, 489.
-, -, letter to, 631.
-, deputy Vice-Admiral of. See Ryder.
-, Mayor of. See Matthew.

Poe, Dr., physician, 444, 600, 601.

Poland, Ambassador of, 99.
-, -, See also Weiber.
-, King of. See Sigismund.
-, rebels in, 69.

Pont--Mousson (Mussapont, in Lorraine), 639.

Poole [Dorset], letter dated at, 114.

Poole, Arthur, 53, 67.
-, Geoffrey, 67.
-, Sir Henry, letter from, 388.

Poothen, , of Flushing, a sailor, 138.

Pope, the, 129.
-, office of, pretenders to, 207.
-, an excommunication of, 223.
-, prohibits treason and violence, 518.
-, an indulgence to the Spanish Ambassador, 549.
-, See also Leo XI, Paul V and Pius V.

Poperinghe (Poplyn, Flanders), the Swan in, 640.

Popham, Sir John, Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench:
-, -, letters from, 13, 162, 242, 274, 276, 280, 327, 355, 395, 407, 418, 511, 533, 538, 551, 565.
-, -, letters to, 32, 34, 408.
-, -, and examination of witches, 36.
-, -, and suit of cardmakers, 179.
-, -, nominated as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical, 182.
-, -, and execution of Thomas Douglas, 292(2).
-, -, and trial of coiners, 309.
-, -, and the dyeing trade, 334.
-, -, -, warrant to, 174.
-, -, and recusancy in Hereford, 361, 389.
-, -, a declaration before, 373.
-, -, in Wells, 396.
-, -, and the draining of fen lands, 435, 436, 451.
-, -, and farm of imposition for trade with Turkey, 468.
-, -, and Thomas Winter's examination, 513.
-, -, and Commissioners for Gunpowder Plot, 525, 565, 592, 627.
-, -, and a Jesuit plot, 620.
-, -, references to, 65, 93, 94, 101, 216, 265, 332, 411, 458, 506, 590, 649.

Poplyn. See Poperinghe.

Porchmouth. See Portsmouth.

Porrige, Mr., 501.

Port Ferrario, 67.

Porter, William, 613.

Portingalet. See Portugalete.

Portland [Dorset], 561.

Ports, officers of, letter to, 243.
-, surveyors of the Outports, letter from, 244.
-, order of Council as to opening after discovery of Gunpowder Plot, 492.

Portsmouth (Porchmouth), [Hants.], 44, 602.
-, letters dated at, 242, 273, 358, 363.
-, a suspected ship at, 358, 363, 584.

Portugal, Portuguese (Portingall), 44, 248, 252, 373, 562.
-, complaints concerning vessels taken, 37, 103104.
-, a charter for merchants trading to, 7980.
-, ban on ships leaving, for West Indies, 130131.
-, the wars in, 610.
-, King of, Don Sebastian, 632.

Portugalete (Portingalet, Spain), 163.

Postal endorsements:
-, Canterbury to Dartford, 408.
-, Chester to Coventry, 362.
-, East Meon to Staines, 465.
-, Gravelines to Staines, 412.
-, London (the Tower) to St. Albans and Brickhill, 340, 341, 345, 347.
-, Royston to Waltham, 33.
-, Tuxford to Huntingdon, 84.
-, aboard the Vangard in the Downs to Dartford, 298, 307, 417, 517.

Postal service to Ireland, 263264.

Postmaster, the, 601.

Potter, Thomas, a coiner, 103, 582.

Potts, Nicholas, justice in Bedfordshire, 543.

Pouel. See Powell.

Poulett, Jo., letter from, 458.

Pound, Mr., 143, 144, 157.

Powder treason. See Gunpowder Plot.

Powell (Pouel):
-, Mr., an equerry of the King, 206, 266, 571.
-, William, letter from, 469.

Power:
-, Captain, letter from, 308.
-, John, 579.

Pownsard, Nicholas, a cutler, examination of, 502.

Powton, Edmund, petition of, on behalf of Earl of Northumberland, 526.

Poynts (Poynct), Sir Nicholas, 552, 602.

Prada, Andreas de, Spanish Secretary of State, 229.

Prague, 135.

Prats, 561.

Pratt, Ralph, 405.

Prendergast (Pembs.), letter dated at, 485.

Pressing to death, penalty of, 295296.

Preston (Prestunn, Prestoun):
-, Captain, 472.
-, Edward, letter to, 573.
-, Jenico, 5th Viscount Gormanston, 454.
-, -, Mr. Preston, his brother, 454, 468.
-, John, of Fentonburns [Collector of Scotland], 488.
-, John, of Furness, 634.

Prestunn. See Preston.

Prestwood, [Staffs.], letters dated at, 486, 510.

Price (Pryce, Pryse):
-, Mr., 500, 626.
-, Thomas, a massing clerk, 456.
-, -, of Westminster, 625.

Prichard, Thomas, of Glamorganshire, 595.

Priest, a conjuring, 2829.

Priests. See Roman Catholics.

Prince, the. See Henry.

Princess, the. See Elizabeth.

Printing rights in Cambridge, threatened by London printers, 462.

Prisoners, relief of, Commissioners for, 264.

Privy Council (the Council), 69, 73, 83.
-, letters from, 42, 73, 77, 122, 243, 288, 380, 394, 403, 404, 443, 477, 505, 562, 584.
-, letters to, 5, 56, 66, 70, 78, 191, 194, 195, 206, 213, 215, 230, 237, 238, 257, 264, 266, 273, 274, 309, 310, 314, 320(2), 327, 328, 334, 358, 363, 392, 405, 470(2), 480, 493, 548, 554, 558, 575, 617, 620, 639.
-, and nonconforming ministers, 15, 75.
-, and imposition on merchants, 16 17, 20.
-, meetings of, 43.
-, and a case concerning the Earl of Orkney, 338.
-, rooms for, at Ampthill House, 349.
-, and recusancy in Hereford, 361.
-, Sir William Waad as Clerk of, 368.
-, and proposed economies in the Royal Household, 463464.
-, order of, as to opening the ports, 492.
-, petition to, on behalf of Earl of Northumberland, 526.
-, Clerk of. See Smith, Sir Thomas.

Privy seals for loans, requests for relief from, 37, 50, 113, 257.
-, prophesied cause of trouble, 24.
-, in Surrey, names of people unable to pay, 405406.
-, See also Taxation.

Privy seals for imposts, 48.

Prizes, question of ownership of, 44.

Proby (Probye), Peter, 276.
-, Ralph. 184.

Procter, Sir Stephen, 445.

Prodhowe. See Prudhoe.

Prophecies, 2325.

Prophets (almanack-makers), proceedings against, 19, 2225, 2829, 33(2), 36.

Protestants, prophecies concerning, 23.
-, speeches against, 144.
-, See also Nonconforming ministers.

Provence, 53.

Provis, Thomas, letter from, 461.

Prudhoe (Prodhowe) Castle [Northumb.], 526.

Pryce, Pryse. See Price.

Pryor, Francis, 529.

Puckering, Lord Keeper, 623.

Pullen, , 501.

Purefie, Mr., mustermaster, 493.

Puritans, 28, 29, 35, 65, 68(2), 75, 224.
-, unadvised zeal of, 76.
-, toleration for, 101.
-, libels published by, 114.
-, rumoured risings of, 149.
-, urge reviving of the penal laws, 187.
-, importune the King, 200.
-, accused of Gunpowder Plot, 508.
-, See also Nonconforming ministers.

Pygott. See Pigott.

Pykeringe. See Pickering.

Pyn, Capt. Thomas, a pirate, 296.

Pytte, Sir Edward, 58.