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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 14, 1698-1699. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1934.

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Pacquet Boats. See Post Office.

Pages. See Royal Bedchamber; Royal Household.

Painters. See King's Painter in Enamel; King's Principal Painter.

Painting, at Windsor Castle, 95, 385, 391, 400.

Palaces. See Royal Houses and Palaces.

Palisado, in St. James's Park, 77.

Pamphlet, seditious, 153.

Paper, seized, 54, 83, 162, 348, 359, 3656, 367, 400.

Paper, stamped. See Stamp Duties.

Paper Duties Bill, 102.

Paper Office. See State Paper Office.

Parchment, stamped. See Stamp Duties.

Pardon, Acts of (67 Wm. and Mary, c. 20), 34, 35; General Pardon (2 Wm. and Mary, c.10), 111.

Parks. See Royal Parks.

PARLIAMENT, Acts of, concerning
-, Annuities (4 Wm. and Mary, c.3), 69; (56 Wm. and Mary, c.20), 241, 408; (67 Wm. and Mary, c.5 revived by 9 Wm. III, c.24: and 78 Wm. III, c.2), 233, 241, 291.
-, Arms (1 Jas. II, c.8), 277.
-, Assessments (89 Wm. III, c.6), 95, 126, 301; (89 Wm. III, c.24), 126; (9 Wm. III, c.10), 110, 195, 315, 378; (9 Wm. III, c.38), 33, 104, 112, 125, 135; (10 Wm. III, c.9). See Parliament, Acts ofDisbanding.
-, Bank (56 Wm. and Mary, c.20), 69.
-, Bank Bills (9 Wm. III, c.44), 11, 161; (10 Wm. III, c.11), 339.
-, Brandy (4 Wm. and Mary, c.3), 69; (5 Wm. and Mary, c.7), 69; (56 Wm. and Mary, c.20), 69; (89 Wm. III, c.20), 69.
-, Capitation (89 Wm. III, c.6), 66.
-, Coal (9 Wm. III, c.13), 1, 9, 10, 16, 26, 29, 30, 33, 34, 39, 282.
-, Coinage (19 Hen. VII, c.5), 19; (78 Wm. III, c.19), 316; (89 Wm. III, c. 26), 243, 316.
-, Coiners and Clippers (67 Wm. and Mary, c.17), 2, 106.
-, Corn (56 Edw. VI, c.14), 167.
-, Deficient Funds (89 Wm. III, c.20), 69, 122, 157, 165, 188, 216, 293, 315, 330, 371.
-, Disbanding (10 Wm. III, c.1 and 10 Wm. III, c.9), 60, 63, 64, 68, 69, 71, 73, 74, 79, 80, 112, 1267, 259, 266, 272, 282, 308, 311, 318, 322, 325, 328, 335, 336, 337, 346, 348, 3578, 387, 3934.
-, Distilling (10 Wm. III, c.4), 336.
-, East India Trade or Two Millions (9 Wm. III, c.44), 4, 97, 161, 165, 223, 290, 293, 314, 388.
-, Exchequer Bills (89 Wm.III, c.6), 281; (89 Wm. III, c.24), 281; (9 Wm. III, c.10), 195, 207, 246; (11 Wm. III, c.2), 78.
-, Explanation (1718 Chas. II, c.2, Ireland), 407.
-, Forfeitures, Ireland (11 Wm. III, c.2), 350.
-, Frauds (14 Chas. II, c.11), 121, 406.
-, Hawkers and Pedlars (89 Wm. III, c.25), 214.
-, Hereditary and Temporary Excise (78 Wm. III, c.30, explained by 89 Wm. III, c.3), 155.
-, Highwaymen (4 Wm. and Mary, c.8), 2, 106.
-, Houses and Windows (78 Wm. III, c.18), 116, 122, 127, 157, 188, 217, 315, 330, 399, 417.
-, Malt Tickets (89 Wm.III, c.22), 268, 319, 379, 413; (10 Wm. III, c.9), 81, 95, 99; (10 Wm. III, c.10), 379.
-, Marriages (67 Wm. and Mary, c.6), 127.
-, Million Lottery (5 Wm. and Mary, c.7), 69.
-, Navigation (12 Chas. II, c.18), 110, 178, 222, 279, 324, 396, 406.
-, New Forest (9 Wm. III, c.33), 120, 129, 395.
-, Oaths (25 Chas. II, c.2), 434; (1 Wm. and Mary, c.8), 2; (67 Wm. and Mary, c.20), 34.
-, Oblivion (12 Chas. II, c.11), 34, 35.
-, Paper (56 Wm. and Mary, c.21), 54.
-, Pardon (67 Wm. and Mary, c.20), 34, 35; General Pardon (2 Wm. and Mary, c.10), 111.
-, Plantation Duties (25 Chas. II, c.7), 106, 169.
-, Post Office Revenue (78 Wm. III, c. 30), 120.
-, Prizes, thirds and tenths of (4 Wm. and Mary, c.25), 224.
-, Salt (78 Wm. III, c.31), 46, 289; (9 Wm. III, c.44), 97; Rock Salt (10 Wm. III, c.11), 339.
-, Settlement (1415 Chas. II, c.2, Ireland), 407.
-, Sweets (10 Wm. III, c.10), 379.
-, Tonnage and Poundage (67 Wm. and Mary, c.1), 350, 391; (89 Wm. III, c.24), 111.
-, Tonnage of Ships (56 Wm. and Mary, c.20), 35, 241.
-, Trade (15 Chas. II, c.7), 184, 222.
-, Two Millions. See Parliament, Acts ofEast India Trade.
-, Victualling Debt (10 Wm. III, c.9), 81, 95, 99, 3578.
-, Whale Fin (9 Wm. III, c. 45), 148.
-, Wool (12 Chas. II, c.32), 181, 208; (1 Wm. and Mary, c.32), 85, 348; (10 Wm. III, c.16), 94, 95, 386, 387, 416; (11 Wm. III, c.13), 386.
-, clerk of. See Commons, House of.
-, deputy clerks of (M. Johnson, J. Walker), 282.
-, House, keeper of, 206.
-, Members of, 126, 331, 372.
-, merchants impeached in, 257.
-, Office, 282.
-, pamphlet destructive to the freedom and liberties of, 153.
-, See also Commons, House of; Lords, House of.

-, Ireland. See Index of Persons and PlacesIreland.

Parliamentary survey of lands. See LandsCrown Lands.

Patent Searchers. See Customs.

Paving, about the Mews, Charing Cross, 208.

Peace, recognizance for keeping, 339; treaties of. See Treaties.

Pedlars. See Hawkers.

Peers, House of. See Lords, House of.

Pensioners, Band of. See Gentlemen Pensioners.

PENSIONS
-, in lieu of marriage dowry to maids of honour, 43, 65, 98, 178, 214, 396.
-, in lieu of office of Comptroller of the Musters, Ireland, 37980.
-, on the Army, to poor pensioners, 47, 164, 223, 236.
-, on the Army, Ireland, 90, 124, 1413, 158, 181.
-, on the Crown Land revenues, 64, 73, 92, 186, 243, 254, 256.
-, on the Customs, 73.
-, on the Duchy of Cornwall, 31, 185.
-, on the Excise, 307.
-, on the Lotteries, 62, 125, 258, 286, 295, 393.
-, pensioners, petition of, 161; royal bounty to, 260.
-, on the Post Office, 50, 96, 317, 362.
-, on the Royal Household, 137, 160.
-, on the Tenths, 371, 408.
-, payable at the Exchequer, 51, 66, 75, 138, 186, 238, 317.
-, payable at the Exchequer, Ireland, 83, 368.
-, taxes to be deducted from, 66, 301.
-, to late Queen's servants, 45, 66, 410.
-, to Messengers of the Chamber on reduction of their number, 50.
-, names of pensioners
-, Aldbert, .
-, Armstrong, Katherine.
-, Armstrong, Mary.
-, Ashbury, Ann.
-, Auverquerque, H.de Nassau, Sieur de.
-, Baker, , captain.
-, Barbaut, .
-, Basoche, la.
-, Bastide, la, barbut.
-, Bayse, .
-, Beaujeu, .
-, Bellet, .
-, Berkeley, Jane.
-, Bernard, A.
-, Bernard, I.
-, Bernardon, .
-, Bignoux, .
-, Boisbelau, .
-, Boisonade, la.
-, Boistaquett, .
-, Booth, G.
-, Bordac, du.
-, Boulay, la.
-, Boulay, la, cadet.
-, Bouloux, .
-, Bourdin, .
-, Boyer, .
-, Brockett, W.
-, Brosse Fortin, la.
-, Brough, schoolmaster of.
-, Brousse, la.
-, Browning, Jane.
-, Brun, le.
-, Brunevalle, .
-, Bryan, .
-, Buckingham, Duke of.
-, Burau, .
-, Bureau, P.
-, Buss, , widow.
-, Cailland, S.
-, Carlisle, Bishop of.
-, Castlehaven, Earl of.
-, Catharie, la.
-, Causse, du.
-, Chabrolles, .
-, Chainlorier, .
-, Chamlorier, .
-, Chancellerie, la.
-, Charrier, .
-, Cleator, curates of.
-, Clench, [B.]
-, Cleveland, Duchess of.
-, Clide, la.
-, Cloche, la.
-, Cocq, le.
-, Collins, Ann.
-, Conte, le.
-, Coudriere, la.
-, Courteil, .
-, Dacre, vicar of.
-, Dalbenas, [C.]
-, Dalbenas, [H.]
-, Dalton, Lady Barbara.
-, Dambois, .
-, Dampierre, S.
-, Danroches, .
-, Daunix, .
-, Daussy, .
-, Delorian, .
-, Deppe, .
-, Derpree, .
-, Desherbiers, .
-, Dortoux, .
-, Duke, Ann.
-, Duke, E.
-, Dumas, .
-, Fanshaw, W.
-, Faure, .
-, Fausille, la.
-, Fevouillet, .
-, Fisher, .
-, FitzGerald, G.
-, Fonjuliane, .
-, Fontanier, .
-, Fortenier, .
-, Gally, .
-, Gally, J.
-, Garde, la.
-, Garrison, .
-, Gastigny, J.
-, Gaulin, .
-, Gaume, .
-, Gauteron, .
-, Giberne, .
-, Ginioux, .
-, Guillermin, .
-, Guy, .
-, Guyon, .
-, Hampton, vicar of.
-, Heurard, .
-, Hussey, Sarah.
-, Isarne, .
-, Jacob, , Mrs.
-, Jeffreys, Sir J.
-, Keightley, Lady Frances.
-, Kettleby, , captain, grandchildren of.
-, Killigrew, Sir R.
-, King's Hawks, Master of.
-, Kirkoswald, vicar of.
-, Laine, .
-, Lamy, .
-, Lang, .
-, Lanham, Elizabeth.
-, Lantillac, .
-, Largere, de la.
-, Lattanteville, .
-, Lavall, .
-, Laymerie, C.
-, Leighton, Susanna.
-, Lenfant, .
-, Lescoure, .
-, Lestrilles, .
-, Lichfield Cathedral, Dean and Chapter of.
-, Liger, .
-, Lisleduroy, .
-, Lome, de.
-, Lorth, de.
-, Lorthe, de.
-, Lutterell, H.
-, Magnan, .
-, Man, Isle of, poor ministers of.
-, Marconay, .
-, Maugere, la.
-, Mazarin, Duchess of.
-, Mercier, .
-, Mercier, .
-, Mercier, , junior.
-, Mestre, .
-, Millery, .
-, Millom, schoolmaster of.
-, Montaud, .
-, Montaud, A. de.
-, Montaud, S. de.
-, Montgaud, .
-, Montroy, .
-, Mothe, la.
-, Mothe, la.
-, Mothe, I. la.
-, Moulin, la.
-, Nalve, la.
-, Nean, .
-, Needham, Eleanor.
-, Nicholson, W.
-, O'Donnell, [B.]
-, Palisse, la.
-, Parc, du.
-, Pascalle, .
-, Passy, du, widow.
-, Perce, du.
-, Petit, le.
-, Petit Bosque, .
-, Piozett, .
-, Plessis, du.
-, Ponthieu, .
-, Pressac, .
-, Primauday, la.
-, Prou, .
-, Questebrune, .
-, Quinson, .
-, Ranelagh, Earl of.
-, Richards, J.
-, Risole, la, falantin.
-, Rivery, .
-, Rochemont, .
-, Romagnac, .
-, Ross, , Mris., and her daughters.
-, Rousseliere, la.
-, Roux, .
-, Sailly, .
-, Sailly, de.
-, St. Agnan, .
-, St. Cyre, .
-, St. Estienne, .
-, St. Fauste, .
-, St. Germain, .
-, St. John Beckermet, curate of.
-, St. Maison, .
-, St. Maurice, .
-, St. Sauveur, .
-, St. Your, .
-, Sautiere, la.
-, Sermant, .
-, Serre, la.
-, Seve, .
-, Slingsby, Sir C.
-, Slingsby, Elizabeth.
-, Vaughan, J.
-, Venisse, .
-, Verdille, .
-, Vialas, .
-, Vignoles, .
-, Villemison, .
-, Virazel, Baron de.
-, Whitehead, J.
-, Wilkinson, .
-, Windham, Frances.
-, Windham, Sir F.
-, Windham, Rachel.
-, See also Annuities.

Perpetuities, 45.
-, to
-, Cambridge University, for Divinity Lectures, 220; for a Preacher, 171, 220.
-, Cotton, Sir John, 219, 227.
-, Eton College, 219, 226.
-, Lichfield Cathedral, Dean and Chapter of, 221, 227.
-, London and Westminster
-, St. Botolph's, poor of, 219, 226; St. John Baptist, Walbrook, poor of, 219, 226; St. Magnus Parish, poor of, 219, 226; St. Michael's, Cornhill, poor of, 219, 226.
-, Oxford University, for a Divinity Lecture, 110.
-, Southwell, schoolmaster of, 403.

Perry, duties on. See Exciseduties, on malt.

Petty Bag, Clerk of, 397, 401.

Pheasants, no place for, in Hyde Park, 61.

Physic, Professors or Readers of, at Cambridge University (R. Brady), 220, 227; at Oxford University (J. Luff), 171, 219, 227.

Physician. See King's Physician.

Pictures, payment for, 191. See also King's Pictures.

Pieces of Eight. See Coins.

Pier, annuity for repair etc. of, 252.

Pikes, for the Army, 308.

Pipe Staves, duty on. See Customs duties.

Piracies, discovering of, reward for, 164, 229; person outlawed for, goods and money of, 229; persons acting in, convicted, 164.

Pirates, executed, goods of, 150, 164; relief of widow of, 150, 164.
-, goods of, seized at Hamburg, 8.
-, in the East Indies, reducing of, squadron for, 165, 221.

PLANTATIONS and Colonies, Auditor General of (W. Blathwayt), 22, 123, 155, 162, 182, 187.
-, Comptroller of, 22.
-, Customs officers in, 136, 178, 222, 338, 402, 415; Naval officers to join with, in clearing ships, 24, 155.
-, Duties (as by 25 Chas. II, c.7), collectors of, 106, 169; comptrollers of, 106; Receiver of, assistance to, 228.
-, French invasion of, in 1687 and 1688, 329.
-, governors, 100, 155.
-, Naval officers in, to give security for their offices, 24, 155; to join with Customs collectors in clearing ships, 24, 155.
-, securing of, squadron for, 203.
-, ships from, resort to Minehead, 160.
-, subjects of, to be accounted English for the purposes of the Navigation Act, 406.
-, trade of, officers for better security of, 184.
-, whale fin from, 148.
-, named:
-, Antigua.
-, Barbados.
-, Bermudas.
-, Carolina, North and South.
-, Jamaica.
-, Leeward Islands.
-, Maryland.
-, Massachusetts Bay.
-, Nevis.
-, New England.
-, New York.
-, Newfoundland.
-, Pennsylvania.
-, St. Christopher.
-, Virginia.
-, West Indies.
-, See also Trade and Plantations.

Plate, at Newmarket, 20; taken in prize, 161. See also Jewel House; Mint.

Plush, pieces of, 150.

Poet Laureate (N. Tate), salary or allowance, 157, 169, 233, 309, 408.

Poor, The, issues for the relief of
-, at the gate, 252.
-, of Hampton, 219, 227.
-, of London and Westminster, 59, 281; St. Botolph's, 219, 226; St. James's, 219, 226; St. John Baptist, Walbrook, 219, 226; St. Magnus, 219, 226; St. Margaret's, 225, 227; St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, 226, 227; St. Michael's, Cornhill, 219, 226.
-, of Windsor, 223, 227.
-, to several poor people, 227.

Poor Knights of Windsor. See Garter.

Poor Rate, for the House at Kensington, 58.

Popish Priests. See Roman Catholics.

Port Duties, Virginia, 163.

Portcullis Pursuivant. See Heralds.

Post Fines, answered direct by sheriffs, 38, 111, 235.
-, defalcations for, 38.
-, Duchy Post Fines, 128.
-, Farmers of (Earl of Berkshire, Sir R. Howard), grant of farm, 111; issue to, 38, 111, 235; petition for allowances, 128.
-, in cos. Brecon, Cardigan, Carmarthen, Glamorgan, Pembroke and Radnor, 321, 326, 360, 379.
-, pardoned by Act of General Pardon (2 Wm. and Mary, c.10), 111.
-, rent of, 111, 235.
-, rolls of extracts of, delivered into the Exchequer Court, 111.
-, See also Fines.

POST OFFICE
-, annuity on, 250, 252, 402.
-, deputy postmasters, bonds and articles for due execution of offices, 350; failure of, 401; losses of, 3823; salary of, 220.
-, expresses to and from Ireland, 383.
-, Governor of (Sir J. Wildman), 339.
-, horses, loss of, 383, 401.
-, in America, 91, 96, 100; postmaster of (T. Neale), 91, 96, 100, 216.
-, in cos. Buckingham, Hertford and Warwick, farmers of (R. Bigg, S. Bigg), discharged from accounting for or paying port of letters, 2412.
-, letters, heads of families entrusted for, 383; port of, 2412; to Ambassadors, 404.
-, loans on, 14, 108, 133, 165.
-, management charges, 145.
-, officers of, of less than 60l. per annum, repayment of assessments to, 226.
-, pacquet boats, Dover, 82, 404; Falmouth, agency of, 77, 81, 338; Flanders, treaty concerning, 363; Harwich, 339.
-, Penny, Collector of (R. Blackhall), 302; Comptroller of (W. Dockwra), articles of complaint against, 412; proposal for improving, 364.
-, pensions on, 50, 96, 317, 362.
-, post between Exeter and Bristol, extension of, to Wotton under Edge, 278, 299, 305, 313; extension of, to Shrewsbury, 388.
-, postmasters, arrears of, 3823; debt of, 401; procuring intelligence, 209.
-, Postmasters General (Sir R. Cotton, Sir T. Frankland, Earl of Rochester), 43, 77, 78, 81, 82, 96, 100, 145, 216, 226, 241, 278, 299, 305, 313, 338, 339, 364, 382, 388, 401, 412; late (Sir J. Wildman), bonds taken by, 81, 350; payments by, 220, 226, 250, 252, 310, 362, 402, 404.
-, Receiver General of (S. Lilly), 9, 108, 133, 145, 272, 302.
-, receivers of, not to take guineas at more than 21s. 6d., 272.
-, revenue of, arrears of, payment out of, 404; payments of, into the Exchequer, 145, 302; payments out of, 77, 145, 164, 169, 180, 252, 349.
-, tallies on, 14, 108, 133, 165; satisfying of, 9, 11, 21, 117, 120, 156, 279.

Postage, disbursements for, 370.

Prayer Books, for Maryland, 382.

Preacher, for Cambridge University, 171, 220.

Prerogative Court, 26; of Canterbury, 350.

Presbyterian Ministers. See Ministers.

Presents or Gifts, from the King, at christenings, 240, 243, 324, 385; to Ambassadors etc., 137, 153, 221, 229, 314, 3223; to the Principal Painter, 383.
-, to the Great Mogul, 227.
-, to the Dey of Algiers, 109, 157, 409.

Presses, engines for making buttons, 243, 316.
-, hand-wedge press for making hooks and chains for watches, 316.
-, permission to use, petition for, 243.
-, prohibition as to, 316.
-, remanded into the Mint, petition for restoration of, 316.
-, See also Printing Press.

Priests, annuities forfeited by, 54.

Printers. See King's Printers.

Printing Press, messenger of (R. Stephens), salary and expenses of, 194, 206.

Priories, late, rents of sites of, 255.

Prisoners, 129, 153.
-, bringing in of, payment per 100 miles for, 41.
-, brought to London in Customs sloop, 305.
-, discharge or release of, 22, 1645, 248, 269, 290, 412.
-, delivered to messengers, 305.
-, escape of, 164.
-, Irish, at Carlisle, keeping of, 213, 224, 402, 412.
-, keeping of, 116, 172, 395; bills for, 41, 42.
-, kept in custody after discharge, 41.
-, of war, room in the Savoy used for, 139.
-, searching for, payment per day for, 41.

Prisons and Gaols
-, Fleet, The, 248, 412; Newgate, 165; Wood Street Counter, 269, 290; York, rebuilding and repairing of, 322.

Privateers, French, ship driven ashore by, 190.

Privy Council, 18, 33, 50, 93, 151, 181, 190.
-, Chamber, books, papers and pens for, 239; joiner of. See Works; Keepers of (B. Coling, N. Cox), allowances to, 33, 190, 198, 204; [servant to] (J. Cox), payment to, 190; silver branch in, making of, 136.
-, Clerks of (W. Blathwayt, W. Bridgeman, R. Coling, Sir J. Nicholas, J. Povey, E. Southwell), appointment of, 339; salaries of, 198, 204, 213.
-, under-clerks of (R. Coling et al.), payment to, 176, 205, 213; writing minutes and orders, 176.
-, King in, 85, 386.
-, Lord President of (Duke of Leeds, Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery), allowance to, in lieu of diet, 193, 205, 365; appointment of, 365; royal bounty to, 90, 193, 205, 365.
-, Lords of, 116.
-, Office, books, papers and pens for, 239.
-, Orders in Council, 20, 29, 43, 64, 85, 148, 295, 318, 320, 3278, 349, 363, 382, 386, 393.

Privy Purse, Keeper of (Earl of Portland), issues to, 30, 45, 51, 52, 91, 181, 242, 250, 259, 260, 268, 270, 280, 286, 293, 299, 304, 308, 317, 319, 323, 327, 330, 340, 356, 362, 370, 378, 385, 391, 400, 409; annual sum, 45; weekly allowance, 181.

Privy Seal, late Commissioners for, in the absence of the Lord or Keeper of (Sir C. Cotterell, Sir T. Mompesson, J. Tyrrell), issues to, 153, 172.
-, Lord or Keeper of (Earl of Anglesey, Earl of Bath, Earl of Clarendon, Marquess of Halifax, Viscount Lonsdale, Earl of Manchester, Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, Lord Robartes), allowance to, in lieu of diet, 153, 369; fee or salary of, out of the Customs, 153, 361; grant of office, 361.

PRIZES, accounts, 18, 60, 78, 86, 91, 93, 100, 123, 151, 248, 301, 363, 401, 402.
-, Advocates for ([H.] Newton, [S.] Waller), salaries of, 93.
-, arrears of, officers for recovering and managing (J. Parkhurst, J. Pascall), 86, 98, 365, 401, 411.
-, Commission, revoking of, 86, 301, 365, 401; superseded, 403.
-, Commissioners, Principal (Sir E. Ayscough, Sir M. Cole, Sir J. Jennings, Sir R. Langley, Sir R. Murray, J. Parkhurst, J. Pascall, J. Vernon), 6, 12, 13, 18, 30, 47, 52, 62, 63, 64, 66, 78, 85, 86, 91, 92, 93, 99, 100, 123, 132, 161, 182, 234, 248, 262, 278, 286, 292, 301, 302, 348, 357, 388, 401, 402, 403.
-, blubber bought from, seized, 106, 128.
-, charge against, 52.
-, payments by, 377.
-, salaries, 67, 301.
-, sub-commissioner, Plymouth (E. Buckeridge, W. Crowse), 12, 13, 402; petition for salary, 348.
-, to comply with directions of Act appropriating thirds and tenths of Prizes, 224.
-, condemned in Jersey and Guernsey, account of, 123.
-, embezzlements, 123, 16, 50, 52, 161, 234, 237, 240, 338.
-, goods, 161, 237, 240, 338; bought, 132; grants of, 85, 357; to be sold, 20.
-, guns, payment for, 29, 179, 204, 252, 388; not to be a precedent, 345.
-, lace taken in, 12, 13, 234.
-, monies arising from, payments out of, 90, 231, 283, 377; shares to seamen etc., 12, 13, 14, 161, 234, 292, 4023.
-, Office, 12, 13, 60, 234.
-, officers of, 12, 13.
-, plate taken in, 161.
-, Receiver General of (J. Herbert), accounts of, 151; patent revoked, 365.
-, ribbon taken in, 12.
-, ships, 8, 9, 12, 13, 16, 20, 29, 50, 128, 138, 161, 179, 234, 237, 240, 248, 252, 278, 286, 302, 338, 377, 4023, 411; bond for production of, 182; re-taken, 67; sales of, 67, 132.
-, taken during the last war with France, 365, 401.
-, thirds and tenths of, appropriated to the Treasurer of the Navy for medals etc. (by Act of 4 Wm. and Mary, c.25), 63, 224; reward out of, 63.
-, Treasurer of, 91.

Proclamations, concerning
-, Corn Laws, 167; Forces, 68, 71, 74, 76, 82, 89, 308, 318, 328, 336; libels, 411; pamphlet against Parliament, 153; wool, 148.

Procuration or Synodal, annuity for, 380.

Procurator General (S. Franklin), 350.

Protestants, 75; French. See French Protestant Ministers; Ireland, 96, 264.

Public Offices, granting of, for life, rule against, 125; letters and orders to, 176; not to take guineas at more than 21s. 6d., 58; to observe directions of the Capitation Act concerning deduction of taxes from pensions, etc., 66.

Pumping, payments for, 61.