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Paauze, William, shipmaster, 1543.

Pace, Thomas, sheriff of Newcastle, 1803.

Pacey (Pacy), John, rebel in the West, 420, 425.

-, Samuel, Customs duties on the ship Black Lyon, 1436.

Pack (Packe), Gilbert, waiter, Yealm, Plymouth port, 349, 1914.

-, Samuel, rebel in the West, 424.

-, William, bill of lading, 753.

Packenham, Ann, wife of Capt. Hy., lands, Ireland, 560.

-, Capt. Henry, lands, Ireland, 560.

Packer, George, boatman, Humble River, Southampton port, 1290.

-, John, usher or doorkeeper of the Receipt, 142, 235, 459, 704, 1048, 1255, 1307, 1373, 1841, 1860, 1871, 1940, 2096, 2118; charter of Wells Corporation, 202, 218; sub-collector of Tenths, Norwich diocese, 1860; son of Robert, 2155.

-, Mr., privy seal for, 602.

-, -, son of Philip, Works account, 1143.

-, Philip, doorkeeper or usher of the Receipt, 142, 189, 196, 704, 1048, 1054.

-, -, Paymaster of the Works, 10, 27, 39, 50, 58, 81, 86, 97, 104, 115, 131, 134, 166, 181, 188, 190, 206, 207, 229, 265, 271, 281, 313, 332, 335, 348, 358, 387, 393, 431, 456, 462, 489, 497, 498, 529, 539, 542, 628, 639, 643, 650, 654-5, 668, 688, 699, 717, 754, 759, 760, 769, 775, 830, 848, 866, 870, 890, 900, 904, 911, 947, 958, 970, 972, 973, 979, 989, 1007, 1038, 1129, 1142, 1143, 1149, 1277, 1938; Paymaster of the Works at Winchester, 39, 133; steward of Otford Manor, 1733, 1760; death of, 1571.

-, Robert, usher of the Receipt, 236, 903, 1255.

-, Temperance, widow of Robert, 236, 903.

Packey, John, tenant, Swineshead, 1455.

Packhorses, waggons and stage coaches, proposals for regulating, 838.

Packington, Great (co. Warwick), 1125.

Packnell (? co. Gloucester), 1696.

Packwood (co. Warwick), 1127.

Pacque (Mr.), in the suite of Van Dykvelt, the Dutch Ambassador, 1192.

Pacquet boat service see Post Office (Dover pacquet).

Padstow (co. Cornwall), 64, 375, 1754, 1819.

Pagan, Blaise Franois Comte de, French engineer, work On Fortifications, 4.

Page, Alderman, shipowner, 1998.

-, Dan., Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

-, John, warehousekeeper, Dover, 666.

-, -, tidesman, Lynn Regis, 1611.

-, -, Collector of the Plantation Duty in the upper part of James River, Virginia, 1433; Col. John, a member of the Council, Virginia, 1691.

-, Lazarus, wastes in Virginia, 192, 201.

-, Richard, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

-, William, Quaker, co. Herts, 632.

-, -, rebel in the West, 428.

Pagestown (Deece barony, co. Meath), 569.

Paget, Lieut., debt to the inhabitants, Tangier, 845.

Pagham Point (Chichester), 729, 1154, 1556.

Paglesham (co. Essex), 1569, 1629, 1648, 2093; Creek and Pool, 2093.

Paine (Payne, Pain etc.), Dorothy, wife of Roger, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Edward, son of Roger, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Henry, tenant, Queen Street, London, 1214.

-, -, Hispaniola wreck venture, 1794, 1866.

-, James, rebel in the West, 421.

-, John, Quaker, co. Surrey, 630.

-, -, Collector of the Plantation Duties, Patuxent River, Maryland, 1290.

-, -, Deputy Controller of great and petty Customs, London, 1438, 1487.

-, -, son of Roger, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, -, tenant of Barnard's Marsh, co. Essex, 2090, 2091.

-, Mary, wife of Mathew, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Mathew, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, -, of Abingdon, 1317.

-, Philip, weighing porter, Bristol, 1475.

-, Roger, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1123, 1128.

-, Stephen, Naval Lieutenant, petition for Customs place, 917.

-, Thomas, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, -, juror, Abingdon, 1317.

-, -, boatman, Ipswich, 1792.

-, -, Serjeant at Arms, 137, 802, 1277, 1410, 1579, 1795, 1937, 1940, 2011, 2103, 2104.

-, Capt. William, shipmaster, 1916.

-, Dr. William, a prebendary of Winchester, 17.

Painestown (Duleek barony, co. Meath), 568.

- (Morgallion barony, co. Meath), 569.

Painswick (co. Gloucester), 1696.

Paint, Peter, wool frauds, Canterbury, 1857.

Painted earthenware see Earthenware.

Painter see Paynter.

Painters (and see Pictures) see Caravaggio, Corego, Cunolo, Cortona, P. de, Gennari, B., Holzafela, Peake, T., Petitot, J., Raphael, Romano, G., Streeter, R., Vandervelde, W., Verrio, A., Walton, Mr., Wissing, W., Wright, M.; Heraldic painters see Blackmore, R. and E., Hall, P., Holford, T.; embellisher of a letter sent to the Czar of Russia see Royer, G.; coach painters see Hall, P.

Painters' work or painting work, 1786, 1811, 1847, 1929; painted stuff, 2015.

Paitfield, James, clerk to the warehousekeeper, London port, 1226.

Pakham see Peckham.

Palaces see King's houses.

Palatine, Elector, 347, 617.

-, Envoy Extraordinary from, see Hamilton, Alexander.

-, Princess Dowager Palatine (Charlotte, widow of Charles Louis), mourning for, 853, 1220.

Palatine (? paletot, cloak), 464, 475.

Palavicini, Marquis Augustino, Envoy Extraordinary from the Republic of Genoa, 327.

Palet, Frances, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

-, Mary, daughter of Frances, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1125.

Pall for the Coronation, 69, 70.

Pall Mall see Streets.

- -, Keeper of the Mall see Puy, L. and J. du.

Pallas ("Pallice") (Upper Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

- Beg (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 553.

- Knockrannagan ("Knockrinahan") (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 553.

Pallet beds, 193.

Pallikinlissy (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

Palmasant (Parmesan) cheese, 1827, 1846, 1849.

Palmer, Andr., rebel in the West, 422.

-, Barbara, Baroness Nonsuch, Countess of Southampton and Duchess of Cleveland, 397, 1146; annuity of 6,000l. out of the Excise, 18; annuity of 4,700l. out of the Post Office, 52, 98, 227, 272, 444, 634, 1148, 1437, 1515, 1634; interest in the Prizage and Butlerage of wine, 16346; Hampton Court House Park, 1926, 1964; Nonsuch Park, 426, 450, 478, 1286; trustees, 450; royal bounty to, 1723; Poll arrear, 1044; house in Spring Gardens, 584, 590; lodgings in Whitehall, 1635; her sons, 450, 478, and see Fitz Roy, C., G. and H.

-, Charles, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Chester etc., 1805.

-, Edward, wine cooper, London, 1131.

-, -, son of Isabel, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, Elias or Eliah, employed in the tin farthing coining, 1235, 1257, 1623, 1981.

-, Emanuel, lands, Ireland, 565.

-, Sir Henry, of Wingham, Kent, baronet fee, 623; steward of Wingham, 652.

-, Isabel, wife of William, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, Jeoffry, Army pension, 702, 1270, 1710.

-, Sir Jeoffry, Judge of Chester, 1113.

-, John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, -, proposed for the Council, New York, 1627.

-, -, rebel in the West, 414, 422.

-, -, of Noke, co. Oxford, Recusant, 455.

-, -, Poll arrear, 1390.

-, Mary, wife of John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Mr., Judge, New York, 1628.

-, -, steward to Ford, Lord Grey, 489.

-, -, (? Elias), Mint petition, 939.

-, Mris., widow to Mr., 489.

-, Nicho., rebel in the West, 415.

-, Sir Philip, kt., of Dorney, co. Bucks, surety of D. Reuse, 1844.

-, Renatus, deputy King's waiter, London, 759, 909, 936, 1475.

-, Robert and his wife, Quakers, co. Notts, 631.

-, Roger, 1st Earl of Castlemaine, 1544; Ambassador Extraordinary to Rome, 453, 492, 493, 499, 874, 890, 9023, 911, 932, 939, 1165, 1166, 1327, 1328, 1353, 13567, 1471, 1474, 1561, 1571, 15734, 1615, 1617, 2138; book of his, Entry into Rome, 1974; plate issued to him for his embassy, grant of, as royal bounty, 2129, 2138.

-, Thomas, son of John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, William, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, -, Army pension, 702, 1470, 1710.

Paltons see Paulton.

Pamphin, John, Quaker, co. Essex, 632.

Panagon, printed stuff, 355.

Pangbourn (co. Berks), 637.

Pannal (co. Yorks), vicarage, 1976.

Pan tiles, 708.

Panton, Thomas, tenant, Swineshead, 1455.

-, -, office of Keeper of Richmond New Park, 1768.

Paper Makers' Company or Company of White Paper Makers, 1293, 1465, 1607, 1608, 1677; marbled paper, 1097.

Paper Office see State Paper.

Par see Paz.

Paramore, Thomas, concealed lands, Speldhurst, 883, 886.

Paraphrase of the New Testament (by Richard Baxter) see Books.

Paravicin (Parravicin), Sir Peter, ground rent for the Navy Office, 1484, 1549, 2121, 2138; loans by, 2123.

Parbery, Tho., rebel in the West, 417.

Parchment shreds, prohibition of export of, 1293.

Pardon, 79, 526, 531, 1108, 1186, 12401, 1273, 1973, 2135, and see Rebels.

-, Act of General Pardon (25 Car. II, c. 5), 90, 932, 1989, and see Oblivion; for Recusants, 718, and see Roman Catholics.

Pare, David, French Protestant of Rochelle, 2120.

-, John, waiter, Bridgtown, Barbados, 1476.

Parez, John, arras worker to the Great Wardrobe, 399.

Parham, Dr., of Norwich, collection moneys for redemption of captives in Barbary, 1670.

-, Lord Willoughby of, see Willoughby, F. and T.

Parham (co. Suffolk), manor of, 1724.

Paris (Parris), John, lands, Ireland, 555.

-, Thomas, waiter, Sarum, 203.

Paris (France), 286, 684, 693, 764, 876, 892-3, 961, 11167, 1220, 1410, 1491, 1502, 1957, 2018, 2081, 2107, 2116.

-, Post-house, 1220.

-, Postmaster, treaty with the English Postmaster, 11889, 1513.

Paris Garden Manor (co. Surrey), 1821.

Parish, Thomas, tenant of marsh, co. Essex, 2090.

Park (Parke, Parks, and see Parks), Elizabeth, wife of Laurence, lands, co. Yorks, 1891, 1957.

-, Laurence, lands, co. Yorks, 1891, 1957.

-, Mar., passenger to Jamaica, 267.

-, Nicho., King's waiter, London port, 796, 1958.

Park (Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny), 564.

- Meadow (Kilkenny City), 561.

Parker, Ann, widow, custodiam lease, Cheshire, 1661.

-, -, Quaker, co. Herts, 632.

-, Bald., rebel in the West, 422.

-, Capt., Lancashire Justices of Peace, 817.

-, Dan., rebel in the West, 416.

-, Geo., of Tewkesbury, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Gloucester, 1696.

-, George, tenant of Kents Hall Marsh, co. Essex, 2090.

-, Henry, Quaker, co. Surrey, 630.

-, -, Quaker, co. Suffolk, 631.

-, -, certificate of Recusants, co. Warwick, 1129.

-, -, watchman, London port, 871; searcher, Sandwich port, 1332, 1728; of Honington, co. Warwick, 1332.

-, James, rebel in the West, 422.

-, -, tidesman, London, 2008, 2157.

-, John, Quaker, co. Herts, 632.

-, -, merchant, payments to, for redemption of captives in Barbary, 1449, 2030.

-, -, boatman, Liverpool, 872.

-, -, gent., lands, Ireland, 568.

-, Capt. John, lands, Ireland, 554.

-, Mr., Customs fraud composition, 1158.

-, -, Customs officer, Gravesend, 1418.

-, -, cutler, Newgate Street, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1675.

-, Rebecca, widow of Samuel, 1893.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 416.

-, Samuel, D.D., Bishop of Oxford, 986, 1893.

-, Vernon, Ensign, half pay, 814; debt to Tangier inhabitants, 845.

-, William, rebel in the West, 419.

-, -, waterman, London, 1475.

Parkes see Parks.

Parkgate (Cheshire), 1948.

Parkhurst, John, The Northamptonshire Address to, 1314.

-, Tho., loans on linen, 2176, 2179, 2180, 2181, 2182, 2183, 2185; bookseller, 2180.

-, Sir William, Warden of the Mint, 39, 49, 1760.

Parkin, Edward, Quaker, co. Herts, 632.

Parks (Parkes), Elizabeth and Laurence, see Park.

-, William, one of Charles II's huntsmen, 1379.

-, -, Chamber keeper to the Queen Dowager's maids, petition for pension, 1941.

-, -, porter at the Gate of the Receipt of the Exchequer, 204, 262, 431, 513, 699, 847, 924, 1196, 1238, 1339, 1530, 1577, 1698, 2020, 2101.

Parks see Forests, Hyde Park, St. James's Park, New Park, Windsor Great Park; repairs in, 1014.

Parkstone (co. Dorset), 136.

Parkstown (Eliogarty barony, co. Tipperary), 552.

- (Shillelogher and Ida baronies, co. Kilkenny), 565.

Parliament (and see Commons, Lords), 893.

-, Acts of, 48, 102, 142, 166, 172, 206, 231, 248, 278, 316, 3956, 400, 446, 470, 511, 6089, 643, 733, 771, 808, 905, 928, 92931, 944, 996, 1008, 1050, 1150, 1265, 1387, 1393, 1559, 1709, 1737, 1854, 1989, 2059, 2105, and see Linen.

-, -, continuance of, 929.

-, -, question of confirmation of Acts of Tonnage and Poundage, see Customs (Tonnage).

-, ambassador coming to, 893.

-, appropriation clauses, see Appropriation.

-, at Oxford, 837.

-, bills, 363, 381; engrossing etc. of, 3989.

-, elections, 707.

-, housekeeper of, see Wynyard, J.

-, Long Parliament, survey of Crown lands, see Crown (lands).

-, meeting of, 5, 103.

-, members of, 221, 232, 261; franking their letters during Parliamentary Sessions, 211, 461.

-, non-Parliamentary proposals for duties, 1179, 1272 and see Hackney coaches.

-, persons brought before, 1244.

-, Prince's lodgings, 69.

-, privilege cases of, see Privilege.

-, question of discharging Disbandment Commissioners' accounts during the sitting of Parliament, 242.

-, robes for the King for the Coronation, 69.

-, seditious words against, 465.

-, Sessions of, 211, 244, 298, 388, 461, 491, 594, 929.

-, underclerk of, see Goldsbrough, W.

-, writs, 298.

Parliament Convention, 2158, 2160.

- -, speaker of, see Powle, H.

Parliament or Convocation of Tinners see Tin.

Parlibien, Henry, brother to Peregrine, 220.

-, Peregrine, tidesman, Topsham, 21920.

Parma (Italy), 1974.

-, Prince of, in Brussels, 301.

Parmesan see Palmasant.

Parmynter, Alice, of Plymouth, vic, tualling Tangier soldiers, 683752.

Parnell, Tho., tenant, Ripton, 1922.

Parr, Henry, labourer employed on the Mole, Tangier, 1642.

-, John, of St. Giles in the Fields, Recusant, 1021.

-, William, Quaker, co. Worcester, 634.

Parravicin see Paravicin.

Parris see Paris.

Parrott, Benjamin, vintner, 403.

-, Robert, traitor, see Perrot.

Parry, Benj., see Ossory, Bishop.

-, Edward, tenant, Lincoln's Inn Fields, 1010, 1130.

-, Francis, a Commissioner of Excise, 10, 67, 247, 1757, 1828.

-, James, tenant, Exchange Alley, London, 1964.

-, John, of Coedmarthen, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Chester etc., 1804.
-, son of Richard, Ruthin lordship rents, 1059.

-, Philip, Justice of Peace, co. Brecknock, 851.

-, Richard, of Llanidan, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Chester etc., 1805.
-, receiving the rents of Ruthin lordship, 1059.

Parslow, Richard, postilion to the King's Stables, 1410.

Parsons (and see Persons), Geo., rebel in the West, 424.

-, John, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Somerset, 1804, 1982.

-, -, Accomptant General to the Post Office, 1283, 1513, 1970.

-, -, junr., clerk to the Accomptant General to the Post Office, 1284, 1971.

-, -, Navy Victualler, 37, 38, 430, 737, 1799; Sir John, sheriff of London, 1639, 1708, 2086.

-, - (son of Sir John), steward of the manor of Reigate, 161, 639, 672, 1708, 1818; Sir John, 1993, 2130.

-, -, King's Arms Inn, Holborn, deceased, 120.

- -, rebel in the West, 418 bis, 419, 423; of Babcary, co. Somerset, yeoman, rebel in the West, 2004.

-, Mary, relict of Robert, pension, 1398, 1790.

-, Robert, servant in the Pastry to the Duke of York, 1398, 1790.

-, Thomas, Deputy Auditor of the Exchequer Court (deputy to Sir J. Seymour), 57, 180, 219, 457, 592, 1650, 1809.

-, -, rebel in the West, 415, 420.

-, William, rebel in the West, 417; of Shint, Devon, husbandman, 2005.

Partizans and halberds, 49, 83.

Partney (co. Lincoln), rectory, 1775.

Partridge, Edmund, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 879.

-, Henry, rebel in the West, 420.

-, John, rebel in the West, 423.

-, -, mariner, 218; exporting skins, 1403.

-, Mr., Independent minister, bequest to, 520.

-, -, payment to, for Crown Law expenses (Court fees and dinners), 1068, 2107.

Pas see Paz.

Paschall, Tho., noontender, London port, 2108.

Pashley, Noel, boatman, Bristol port, 1045.

Pasquereau, Monsieur, importing musk, 912.

Passage (Waterford, Ireland), 1280, 1744; ferry at, 1954.

Passes for persons licensed to cross the seas, 209.

-, clerk of, see Travell, S., Clayton, O.

- for ship, 267, 316, 331, 336.

Paste, John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

-, Sarah, wife of John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1128.

Paston, Rebecca, widow of Robert, 1st Earl of Yarmouth, 4467, 500; interest in the wood farm, 539, 591.

-, Robert, Baron Paston and Visct. Yarmouth, 1st Earl of Yarmouth, 1147; wood farm, 63, 221, 4467, 500, 539, 589 90, 591, 643, 972, 1740, 1884; Poll arrear, 1044; Treasurer of the Household, 1790, 1950, 2116; Mr. Progers's petition, 587.

-, William, 2nd Earl of Yarmouth, Poll arrear, 1044; interest in the wood farm, 37, 221, 4467, 500, 590, 591; pensions, 500.

Pastry Office see Royal Household.

Pate, Thomas, collector of the Plantation Duty, Virginia, 726.

Patents or inventions, 670; see Alamodes; Diving; Engine for dredging; Metalline bodies; Pewterer's Engine; Engine for cutting tobacco; Taffetas; Engine for woven wire; Fire Engine; Water Engine; Butler, J., Cox, Mr., Finch, J., Howard, H., Newcombe, J., Whalley, P.

Patents or grants during pleasure, 39.

Patrickson, Geo., landwaiter, Hull port, 2158.

Patt, Jacob, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1123.

Patten, James, of South Petherton, husbandman, rebel in the West, 419, 2006.

-, John, rebel in the West, 423, 424, 425.

Patteson, Michael, tenant, Swaffham, 1921.

Pattrum, John, rebel in the West, 417.

Patuxent river (Maryland), 345, 910, 1290.

Paufyer, Mr., present from the East Indies to the King and Queen, 1417.

Paul (Payl), James, trustee for grant of lands to Bray, co. Berks, 1359.
-, sub-farmer of the Prizage and Butlerage of wines, 1589.

-, Jo., rebel in the West, 415.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 415.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, 419.

-, Samuel, rebel in the West, 416.

-, Thomas, rebel in the West, 420.

-, William, trustee for grant of lands to Bray, co. Berks, 1359.

Paul boat see Paull.

Paulden, Capt. Thomas, petition for coal meter's place, London, 385.

Pauley, Paul, order on the Wine Duty, 18934.

Paull (co. York), 680.

Paulton [Park] ("Paltons") (co. Southants), 994, 1363.

Pavier (Pavior), Geo., of Longport, co. Somerset, blacksmith, rebel in the West, 421, 2003.

Pavilions see King's tents.

Paving see Works (extraordinaries).

Pavior see Pavier.

Pawley Varley (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 556.

Pawmester, Mr., musician (Gregorian) of the Chapel Royal, 1442, 1823.

Paxton, Hugh, of Goddington, co. Oxford, Recusant, 455.

-, Roger, senr., shipmaster, 663.

-, Thomas, of Goddington, co. Oxford, Recusant, 455.

-, William, of Goddington, co. Oxford, Recusant, 455.

Pay, Edward, machine for cutting tobacco, 1718.

Pay Office see Navy.

- -, possessed by Mr. Toll (Hearthmoney), 1052.

Payl see Paul.

Payler, Frances, discovering clippers of coins, 1379.

Payman, Clement, tenant of concealed land, co. Oxford, 886.

Payne see Paine and see Edwards, Tho.

Paynter, Edward, searcher, Bristol port, 1594.

Paysh, Char., Quaker, co. Surrey, 630.

Paz (Pas, Par), Samuel de, searcher, Ipswich port, 762, 795, 917, 1238, 1544, 1806, 1985.

Peace, Commissions of, 2132.

Peachy (Peachi), Edward, tenant, Soham, 1923.

-, Thomas, purser of the Thomas and Francis, 953.

-, -, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Sussex, 1696.

-, William, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Sussex, 1696.

Peack see Peake.

Peacock, Ann, tenant of encroachment, Arkingarthdale Forest, 1934, 1935.

-, Charles, petition for Customs place, London, 1380, 2173.

-, Geo., tenant of encroachment, Arkingarthdale Forest, 1935.

-, Henry, King's trumpeter, 174.

-, John, tenant, Reigate manor, 1581.

-, Mary, widow of Henry, 174.
-, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2178, 2181, 2184.

-, Nathaniel, consigning goods to the East India Company, 1097.

-, Ralph, tenant of encroachment, Arkingarthdale Forest, 1935.

-, Vincent, tenant of encroachment, Arkingarthdale Forest, 1935.

-, William, tenant of encroachment, Arkingarthdale Forest, 1935.

Peadon, Humphry, rebel in the West, 420.

Peake (Peack, Peek), Christian, wife of John, 563.

-, John, lands, Ireland, 563.

-, Sir John, Lord Mayor of London, 1305.

-, Richard, weighing porter, London, 817.

-, Thomas, painter, 1219.

Pearse, Pearce see Peirce.

Pearson see Peirson.

Peartree, Robert, and his wife, Quakers, co. Norfolk, 633.

Peasable, James, musician (instruments) of the Chapel Royal, 130, 1442, 1823.

Peate, Mr., chandler, Shoreditch, letter receiver for the Penny Post Office, 1672.

-, Robert, Quaker, co. Surrey, 630.

Peathall Marsh (Langenhoe, co. Essex), 20901.

Pecastown see Picketstown.

Peckett, William, tidesman, London port, 927.

Peckham (Pakham), Edmund, inquisition to find his estate, 1046.

-, Thomas, country accomptant in the Hearthmoney Office, 131, 1180, 1860; an auditor of Hearthmoney, 1874.

-, -, of London, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, London etc., 1804.

Peckham (co. Surrey), 734, 735, 1676.

Pecknall. See Picknall.

Peckover, Ann, Quaker, co. Norfolk, 633.

-, Joseph, Quaker, co. Norfolk, 633.

-, Mar., Quaker, co. Norfolk, 633.

Pedin, William, tenant of concealed land, co. Sussex, 888.

Pedlars and petty chapmen, Office for licensing, 806; issues out of moneys of, 1340.
-, patentees for licensing, 613, 636, 689, 806, 1413, 1448, 1487, 1594, see Irving, J.; accounts, 1402, 1448.
-, proposal for, 806.

Pedley, Edward, verger of the Chapel Royal, 1822.

-, Roger, searcher, Wells port, co. Norfolk, 1154.

Peek see Peake.

Peele, Henry, tenant of concealed land, St. Martin's in the Fields, 885.

-, Mr., affidavit, see P. Proctor, 2008.

Peele (co. Chester), 764, 1079.

Peers see Lords (House of).

Peg, Richard, trunkmaker to the Great Wardrobe, 14278.

Peirce (Pearse, Pierce, Pears, and see Peirey, Pieres), Alexander, Army pension, 702, 1470, 1710.

-, Benj., tidewaiter, London port, 917.

-, Geo., messenger of the Chamber, 1170.

-, George, waiter, Helford, Falmouth port, 1792.

-, Henry, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2182.

-, Sir Henry, lands, Ireland, 564.

-, Humphry, rebel in the West, 417.

-, James, rebel in the West, 422.

-, -, junr., a King's waiter, London port, 195, 209, 226, 289, 314, 343, 479, 490, 1152, 1508, 1525, 1527, 1556; landsurveyor ibid., 1544, 1829.

-, -, senr., Chirurgeon General of the Navy, 1043, 1486; salary, 1570; ditto for the Forces, including medicaments for the Forces employed against the rebels in the West, 173, 293, 436, 531, 650, 659, 670, 752, 763, 793, 922, 1043, 1222, 1274, 1285, 1350, 1480, 1601, 1814, 2113, 2165; issues to, for Sick and Wounded in the last Dutch war, 274, 363, 1818, 1884, 1924, 2124.

-, -, lands, Ireland, 560.

-, John, officer to prosecute Customs fines and informations, 764, 1179, 1464, 1499, 1595, 1740, 1998, 2033.

-, -, Tangier soldier, 901, 910.

-, Joseph, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1123.

-, Martin, Excise case, Limerick port, 1709.

-, Mathew, agent to the bailiff of Burley Walk, New Forest, 758.

-, Mr., Crown Law case against, 2106.

-, -, mount on St. James's Garden wall, 601.

-, - (? John), Customs paper references, 384, 3956, 397, 444.

-, Richard, of Chard, cordwainer, rebel in the West, 420, 421, 2003.

-, -, subsearcher, London port, 576, 1157, 1250, 1646, 1679.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, 419, 422.

-, Roger, brother of James, lands, Ireland, 560.

-, Roland, of St. Martin's in the Fields, Recusancy recognisance, 1021.

-, Thomas, of North Bradley, Wilts, husbandman, rebel in the West, 420, 2105.

-, -, bond for W. Savage, co. Somerset, 1605.

-, William, in Charles II's Life Guard in Scotland, petition for Customs place, 107, 791.

Peircestown (Eliogarty barony, co. Tipperary), 558.

-, (Kells barony, co. Meath), 568.

Peirey (Peircey), John, rebel in the West, 422.

-, Richard, rebel in the West, 419.

Peirson (Pearson), John, bishop of Chester, issues to, for the King's Lancashire preachers, 238.

-, Robert, waiter, Combwich, 1792.

-, Simon, Poll arrear, 1391.

-, Thomas, boatman, Whitehaven, 871.

Peisley, William, steward of the manor of Kennington, 22, 57.

Peldon (co. Essex), 2092.

Pelham Fleet, creek, co. Essex, 2093.

Pellett, Thomas, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Sussex, 1696.

-, William, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Sussex, 1696.

Pellington, Edward, of London, apothecary, lands, Ireland, 561.

Pells, John, Commissioner to enquire of J. Revans' estate, 146.

Pells, Clerk of, see Exchequer (Receipt).

Pelperstown (Skreen barony, co. Meath), 567.

Pemaquid (Maine), 1174.

Pemberton, Ralph, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Kent etc., 1387, 1499.

Pemble, Richard, tenant of concealed land, Speldhurst, 883; tenant, Isle of Grain, 886.

Pembridg, Thomas, Quaker, co. Hereford, 633.

Pembroke, Earl and Countess of, see Herbert, Thos. and Margaret.

- Hall see Cambridge University.

- town and port, 443, 1180, 1500, 1714; ferry, 307.

- manor, steward of, 1668, see Mansell, Sir E.

-, County, 909, 1087, 1358, 1714, 1986.

- -, ancient fees and officers of, payable out of the Crown revenues of Wales, 1428.

- -, auditor of, 1120.

-, -, Hearthmoney, 278.

-, -, Judges of, 604, 1311, 1633, 1883.

- -, Prothonotary of, 1428.

- -, Receiver of Crown Revenues, see Lloyd, B., Jones, W., Nash, J.

-, -, Receiver of Assessments, see Vaughan, W.

-, -, Receiver of Recusants' forfeitures, see Wightwick, F.

-, -, seal for, 1593, 1727.

Pen see Penn.

Penal laws, 2151, see Test; Roman Catholics.

Penarth (co. Glamorgan), 798.

Pencombe (co. Hereford), 1696.

Pendennis Castle (Cornwall), rent of, to Sir P. Killegrew, 231.

-, -, Deputy Governor see Collins, Major.

Pendlebury, William, tenant, Exchange Alley, London, 1964.

Pendleton, Edmund, Wadlow's Wine Act account, 152.

Pendrell, Elinor, widow of Humphry, 1835.

-, George, royal bounty to, 716.

-, Humphry, pension, 1835; royal bounty to, 716.

-, Mary, royal bounty and pension, 716.

-, William, royal bounty to, 716; pension to his two daughters, 537, 583, 1133.

Penfold, Eliz., widow of John, 942.

-, John, of Dorking, loyal Recusant, 942.

-, Sir Thomas, see Pinfold.

Penford, John, Quaker, co. Leicester, 632.

Pengry (Penry, Pingry), Aaron [counsel], payments to, for Crown Law matters, 1046, 10678; a Commissioner for rebels' estates in the West, 873, 1046, 10901, 1189, 1309, 1509, 1683, 1684, 1895, 1966, 2106; inquisition of Hy. Cornish's estate, 472, 653; inquisition of Bonnett's estate, 740.

Penkelly (co. Brecon), 1429.

Penmaenmaurway (co. Carnarvon), ancient fee to the keeper of, 1428.

Penn (Pen), Arthur, tidesman, Shields port, 1518.

-, Edward, of Chalfont, mortgage to the Lord Chancellor, 1798, 1876.

-, Mr., petition for the forfeiture of a ship, 1271.

-, -, "not a trader," smuggled goods via Shoreham, 1316.

-, William, shipmaster, 1329.

-, -, Quaker, 106, 244.
-, of Kensington, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, London etc., 1695, 1803; ditto, Sussex etc., 1696.

Pennard (co. Glamorgan), 976.

Penneseth, John, tenant of concealed land, Rotherhithe, 882.

Penney see Penny.

Penning, James, one of the Queen Mother's nurses, 1723.

Pennington, Isaac, attainted of treason, estate, co. Norfolk, 1601, 1621.

-, John, of Hardwick, Recusant, 455.

-, Thomas, of St. Martin's in the Fields, scrivener, Recusancy recognizance, 1020.

-, Sir William, of Muncaster, co. Cumberland, baronet fee, 675; sheriff of Cumberland, 2010.

Pennington (co. Southants), manor, 1511.

Pennsylvania (America), 212, 1675.
-, Admiralty Court, 106.
-, Governor and Council, 212, 1009.
-, Navigation Act frauds, 1009.

Penny (Penney, Peny), Christopher, Constable of Shepton Mallet, 985, 1097.

-, John, waiter, Weymouth port, 460.

-, Mr., shipmaster, 694.

-, Robert, supplying Army clothing, 406.

-, Widow, moneys of rebels in the West, 1481.

Pennyfeat, Corneol Mathew, lands, Ireland, 558.

Pennyfeather, Capt. John, lands, Ireland, 561.

Pennyman, Wal., Quaker, co. Norfolk, 633.

Pennyocke Weir (Landulph, co. Cornwall), 209.

Penpont (co. Brecon), 2165.

Penrhyn (co. Carnarvon), 851, 1230.

Penrith (co. Cumberland) Castle, 34.

Penruddock, Jane, see Wale, Jane.

-, John, insurrection, 588, 927.

Penry (and see Pengry), Nathaniel, tidesman, Appledore, ditto Barnstaple, 596, 2108; waiter, Minehead, 1827.

Penryn (co. Cornwall), blowing house, 132; Coinage Hall, 125; port, 504, 518, 533, 536, 588, 666, 787, 788, 925, 1019, 1360, 1555, 2008, 2034, 2073.

Penshurt (co. Kent), manor, 1630.

PENSIONS, perpetuities, annuities, half pay:
-, out of the Alienation Office, see Alienation.
-, out of the Exchequer, 51, 1843.
-, out of the Duchy of Cornwall, see Cornwall (Duchy).
-, out of the Customs, see Customs.
-, out of the Excise, see Excise.
-, out of First Fruits and Tenths, see First Fruits, Tenths.
-, out of Post Fines, see Post Fines.
-, out of the Post Office, see Post Office.
-, out of the Royal Household, see Royal (Household Establishment).
-, out of the wood farm, see Wood.
-, out of the Privy Purse, see Privy Purse.
-, on the Irish establishment, see Ireland (pensions).
-, for wounded see Army, Navy.
-, names of recipients:
-, Abernathy, W.
-, Acton, A.
-, Adams, Ann.
-, Ailesbury, Earl of.
-, Alford, G.
-, Allibone, R.
-, Anteline, Mr.
-, Aram, T.
-, Arlington, Earl of.
-, Armstrong, Lieut. W.
-, Army half pay.
-, Atkins, Job.
-, Atkinson, J.
-, Bacon, J.
-, Barber, R.
-, Barnewall, Sir P.
-, Baron, H.
-, Barry, D.
-, -, P.
-, Bath, Earl of.
-, Bell, Jane.
-, -, P.
-, Bellamy, M.
-, Beoland, T.
-, Berkshire, Earl of.
-, Bertie, R.
-, Bertram, J.
-, Berwick bridge.
-, Beverley, B.
-, Beversham, Capt. J.
-, Bird, Ann.
-, Blancheville, L.
-, Bointon, Isabella.
-, -, Katherine.
-, -, Mary.
-, Boreman, Sir W.
-, Bourke, Capt. Thos.
-, -, Theobald, Lord Bourke of Brittas.
-, -, William, Lord Bourke of Castle Connell.
-, Bowden, M.
-, Brady, D.
-, Bray, Ludowick.
-, Brenen, Ann.
-, Breres, J.
-, Bridgeman, Capt.
-, Bristol, Countess Dowager.
-, Brock, Howard.
-, -, Rowland.
-, Brockhales, T.
-, Brook, R.
-, Brouncker, Visct.
-, Budding, Mary.
-, Bull, E.
-, Butler, James.
-, Byam, F.
-, Caldicot (vicar).
-, Calere, M.
-, Cambridge (Christ Church).
-, Cambridge University.
-, -, -, (Emanuel Col lege).
-, Carey, Dame Martha.
-, -, Petronella.
-, Carr, James.
-, -, John.
-, -, Mr.
-, Carteret, Sir E.
-, Castle, Richard.
-, Castlehaven, Earl of.
-, Caulfield, T.
-, Cavenagh, J.
-, Chapman, H.
-, Chichley, Sir J.
-, Chiffinch, W.
-, Christopher, G.
-, Chudleigh, T.
-, Church, Ursula.
-, -, William.
-, Clarendon, Earl of.
-, Clark, Katherine.
-, -, Major.
-, -, Samuel.
-, -, William.
-, Claypool, W.
-, Clayton, Sir R.
-, Clements, J.
-, Clench, Dr. A.
-, Cleveland, Duchess.
-, Cock, Mary.
-, Collins, Margaret.
-, Congrave, Christopher.
-, Coningsby, H.
-, Conyngham, Sir A.
-, Cook, T.
-, Cooper, Christiana.
-, -, Sam.
-, Corbett, Fr.
-, Cordell, Ann.
-, -, Elizabeth.
-, -, Richard.
-, Corker, J.
-, Cotton, Sir J.
-, Coughlan, J.
-, Crowles, P.
-, Cuff, Mr.
-, -, Sir J.
-, Darcy, Marmaduke.
-, -, Sir W.
-, Dartmouth town.
-, Dechamp, T.
-, Delvin, Lady.
-, Dorchester, Countess.
-, Dorset, Earl of.
-, Doyly, T.
-, Draycourt, J.
-, Driscoll, T.
-, Dryden, J.
-, Dublin city.
-, Dullard, W.
-, Dunstar, G.
-, Edwards, W.
-, Eedes, R.
-, Ellesdon, Anne.
-, -, Anthony.
-, -, Charles.
-, -, Joan.
-, -, Mary.
-, -, William.
-, Elliott, Katherine.
-, -, Ursula.
-, Ellis, Dr. J.
-, Errington, R.
-, Estoll, N.
-, Eton.
-, Everard, J.
-, Exeter, Bishop of.
-, Fairborne, Lady.
-, Fairfax, Col. C.
-, Fanshaw, Viscountess.
-, Farr, Col. H.
-, Farrell, Sir C.
-, -, P.
-, Featherstonhalgh, Major R.
-, Felton, T.
-, Fenwick, H.
-, Feversham, Earl of.
-, Finch, Col. C.
-, Fincher, Richard.
-, -, Thomasine.
-, Fisher, Lady J.
-, Fitton, Sir A.
-, Fitzharris, Sir E.
-, Fitzherbert, B.
-, Fitz Simon, Col. G.
-, Forsha, J.
-, Forster, W.
-, Fox, Widow.
-, Freeman, Sir R.
-, Garrett, W.
-, Gentlemen Pensioners, Band of.
-, Gibbon, Dr. N.
-, Gifford, C.
-, Goldsbrough, Amy.
-, -, George.
-, -, Robert.
-, Goulding, A.
-, Grafton, Duke of.
-, Graham, Richard.
-, Green, Lady F.
-, Gretton, G.
-, Griffin, E.
-, Gunter, K.
-, Gwilliam, Capt.
-, Gwynn, Francis.
-, -, John.
-, -, Mary.
-, -, Nell.
-, Haggerston, R.
-, Haighieren, Mr.
-, Hales, S.
-, Hall, Eliz.
-, Hamilton, Eliz.
-, -, George.
-, -, James.
-, -, William.
-, Hammond, Charles.
-, -, Francis.
-, Hand, Tho.
-, Harding, Honora.
-, Hardisley, J.
-, Hawley, Lord F.
-, Hayes, James.
-, -, William.
-, Heveningham, H.
-, Hewett, R.
-, Hext, Amias.
-, -, Juliana.
-, Heydon, Katherine.
-, Hill, Nathaniel.
-, Holmes, Andrew.
-, -, Sir R.
-, Holyday, W.
-, Honeywood, T.
-, Hooker, H.
-, Hope, Mary.
-, Hopkins, Capt. G.
-, Horne, William.
-, Hosteyne, A. L'.
-, Houston, Charles.
-, Howard, Dame Joan.
-, -, Lodowick.
-, -, Lady Mary.
-, -, Capt. Thomas.
-, -, Thomas, Earl of Berkshire.
-, Howes, J.
-, Hull town.
-, Hurford, Joan.
-, Hyde, James.
-, Irie, Lady Theodosia.
-, Jeffreys, Lord G.
-, Johnson, Nathaniel.
-, Jones, Frances.
-, Karney, Nicholas.
-, Kelly, Ann.
-, Keyes, Ann.
-, Killegrew, Sir Peter.
-, -, Sir William.
-, Kinnoul, Earl of.
-, Kirle, John.
-, -, Capt. William.
-, Lancaster County (King's preachers).
-, Lane, Thomas.
-, -, Sir Thomas.
-, Latham, Richard.
-, Lavery, Arthur.
-, Lawson, Ann.
-, Legg, Col. John.
-, -, William.
-, Le Grand, Madam.
-, Leighton, Nathaniel.
-, Levett, William.
-, Lichfield, Earl and Countess of.
-, -, Dean and Chapter.
-, -, Vicars Choral.
-, Lloyd, Ellis.
-, Lorraigne, William.
-, Lotherington, William.
-, Loyn, Eneas.
-, Lucas, Lord C.
-, Luck, Eliz.
-, Maccartie, Florence.
-, Macgreagh, Capt. John.
-, Mackay, Ralph.
-, Magnagh, J.
-, Man, Isle, poor ministers of.
-, Manfield, Miles.
-, Mangridge, Sarah.
-, Mansell, Francis.
-, Mansfield, Eliz.
-, Marischal, Countess.
-, Markham, Major.
-, Masters, H.
-, Metcalf, Henry.
-, Milton, S.
-, Molineux, Edmund.
-, Molloy, Terence.
-, Moore, Charles the.
-, Morland, Sir Samuel.
-, Morris, John.
-, -, Sir William, junr.
-, Mulriane, Cornelius.
-, Muty, John.
-, Napper, Sheldon.
-, -, William.
-, Nelson, Robert.
-, -, Thomas.
-, Newark, Hospital.
-, Newhaven, Visct.
-, Newstead, Robert.
-, Northumberland, Duke of.
-, O'Brian, Terence.
-, O'Farell, Charles.
-, Ognate, Lady.
-, Okeover, Humphry.
-, Ossulston, Lord John.
-, Owen, William.
-, Oxford, Earl of.
-, Oxford University.
-, Palmer, Jeoffry.
-, -, William.
-, Parker, Vernon.
-, Parsons, Mary.
-, Peirce, Alexander.
-, Pendrell, Humphry.
-, -, Mary.
-, -, William (two daughters).
-, Peterborough, Earl of.
-, Philips, Col.
-, Pinkney, John.
-, Plymouth, Countess of.
-, Pollard, Anthony.
-, Pomeroy, M.
-, Portland, Countess of.
-, Portsmouth, Duchess of.
-, Poulton, William.
-, Powell, Edward.
-, Preres, John.
-, Preston, John.
-, Pretty, Margaret.
-, -, William.
-, Prettyman, William.
-, Price, Dame Goditha.
-, -, Sir Herbert.
-, Prince George of Denmark.
-, Princess Ann of Denmark and her daughters Lady Mary and Lady Anne Sophia.
-, Progers, Edward.
-, Purcell, Richard.
-, Quatremaine, Mary and her two daughters.
-, Queen Consort.
-, -, Dowager.
-, Ramsey, Capt. J.
-, Rarney, N.
-, Reynolds, Francis.
-, -, Isabel.
-, Richmond, Duchess.
-, Richmond and Lennox, Duke of.
-, Ridderly, W.
-, Riddle, R.
-, Roberts, Carola.
-, Robinson, Dorothy.
-, Rochester, Earl of.
-, Rogers, Ann.
-, -, John.
-, Rowe, Sir T., senr. and junr.
-, Rowell, R.
-, Rowley, S.
-, Russell, Edward.
-, -, Francis.
-, -, James.
-, Saint Albans, Duke of.
-, -, Asaph, Bishop of.
-, -, Botolphs.
-, - David's, Bishop and Chanter.
-, -, James's, Westminster.
-, -, John Baptist, Walbrook.
-, -, Magnus.
-, -, Margaret's, Westminster.
-, -, Martins in the Fields.
-, -, Michael, Cornhill.
-, Sakins, W.
-, Salvin, Katherine.
-, Sarason, J.
-, Selwin, W.
-, Slingsby, Mallet.
-, -, Victoria.
-, Smith, Francis.
-, -, Magdalen.
-, -, Mary.
-, -, Thomas.
-, Southampton, Duke of.
-, Southwell, Schoolmaster.
-, Standen, Capt. G.
-, Stanley, Major.
-, Stapley, Sir J.
-, Stephens, Lady.
-, Stepney, Justina.
-, Steward, Dame Sophia.
-, -, Col. W.
-, Story, Jane.
-, Stourton, T.
-, Strickland, Sir Roger.
-, Sunderland, Earl of.
-, Sussex, Earl of.
-, Swan, R.
-, Tangier widows.
-, Taylor, T.
-, Temple, Sir R.
-, Tettersall, Nicholas.
-, -, Susan, senr. and junr.
-, Thornburgh, Lady.
-, Topham, R.
-, Trevor, Dame R.
-, Tudor, Lady Mary.
-, Tynt, Hugh.
-, Vanbright, Widow.
-, Vancolster, Sir W.
-, Verrio, A.
-, Villiers, Lady B.
-, Vosper, Capt. J.
-, Vuljohn, Eliz. and her children.
-, Waldegrave, C.
-, Warwick, P.
-, Watkinson, J.
-, Webster, W.
-, Weedon, E.
-, -, W.
-, Welsh, Sir R.
-, Westminster, Dean and Chapter, for the French Church of the Savoy.
-, -, King Charles I Hospital.
-, Wharton, Humphrey.
-, White, R.
-, Whitgrave, T.
-, Wichell, Arthur.
-, Widdrington, Ralph.
-, Williams, T.
-, -, W.
-, Willoughby, Lord T.
-, Wilson, J.
-, Windham, Frances.
-, -, Rachel.
-, -, Sir T.
-, -, Winifred.
-, Wivell, E.
-, Wood, Andrew.
-, Worcester fight.
-, Wright, W.
-, Yarmouth, Earl of.
-, Yarburgh, H.
-, Yates, Nicholas.
-, Yeomen of the Guard.
-, York, Duke of.

Peny see Penny.

Penzance (co. Cornwall), town and port, 13, 186, 522, 536, 916, 935, 936, 1556, 1792, 1914, 2009, 2034, 2115, 2133.

Peperill, Mr., tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 879.

Pepin, George, King's pardon for, 12401.

Peppardstown (Middlethird barony, co. Tipperary), 553.

Pepper, Geo., lands, Ireland, 568.

-, Richard, of Gray's Inn, forfeited recognizance for suborning, 1343, 1414.

Pepys, Mr., upholsterer, Fenchurch Street, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1675.

-, Samuel, Treasurer for Tangier garrison, 49, 318, 827, 1134; Secretary to the Admiralty (Clerk of the Acts), 5, 28, 41, 57, 100, 141, 146, 182, 195, 198, 259, 272, 286, 312, 336, 351, 384, 394, 487, 532, 545, 634, 642, 643, 666, 678, 695, 701, 722, 828, 853, 854, 873, 890, 965, 1081, 1083, 1096, 1155, 1204, 1222, 1225, 1255, 1291, 13078, 1329, 1345, 1368, 1377, 1396, 1418, 1459, 1483, 1543, 1576, 1630, 1640, 1701, 1715, 1729, 1753, 1814, 1869, 1879, 1944, 1983, 2014, 2023, 2026, 2081, 2119; office at the Admiralty, 466; a Commissioner for concealed lands in divers counties, 693, 739.

Percivall, Peter, headsearcher, London, 1807, 1844, 1873.

-, -, of the Jury of Goldsmiths for the Trial Pieces, 2128.

Percy, Allen, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Notts etc., 1806.

-, Henry, tidesman at the Pill, 2008.
-, boatman, Newhaven, 1153.

Peregrine, John, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2178.

Pereira, John, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2176, 2180, 2181.

-, Signor, servant to the Queen Mother, 731.

Perfedd (co. Cardigan), 325, 460.

Periam (Perian), Bernard, rebel in the West, 418.

-, John, attorney, Milverton, co. Somerset, 1782, 1799.

-, Richard, merchant, importing hair buttons, 1647.

Perinoth, Mr., Burman's fine, Rochester, 46.

Periwigs, import of hair for, 1287.

Perkes (Perke), Elinor, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1122, 1123.

Perkins, Edmund, of Hants, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Kent etc., 2028; Commissioner for perambulating East Bere, New Forest, 1632.

-, Edward, Excise Office clerk, 439.

-, Francis, of Holborn, London, chirurgeon, Recusancy recognizance, 1020.

-, John, rebel in the West, 416.

-, Mark, tenant, Queen Street, London, 1214.

-, Mathew, tidesman, Harwich, 2108.

-, Richard, of Beenham, co. Berks, Recusant, 1020.

-, -, rebel in the West, 418.

-, Thomas, wool frauds, Dover, 1789.

-, William, of Cockthorpe, co. Oxford, Recusant, 455.

Perkinson, Edward, petition for Customs place, 727.

Perlabin, Peregrine, Topsham port, 175.

Perpoynt see Pierpont.

Perquisites, commutation of, 433, and see Diets, Poundage.

Perratt see Perrott.

Perrott (Perrot, Perratt), Lawrence, weigher and teller of the Mint, 877.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, prisoner in the Gatehouse, executed for treason, 418, 469, 501, 531, 1466, 1850.

-, Sarah, bond, 1850.

Perrson see Person.

Perry (Pery), Charles, ship's freighter, 1625.

-, Capt. John, Justice of Peace, London, 13, 47, 142, 164, 210, 245.
-, executor of G. Dashwood, Irish revenue farm, 1423, 20368.

-, John, tenant, Coleman Street, London, 653.

-, -, custodiam lease, co. Southants, 1323.

-, Jonathan, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Norfolk etc., 2028.

-, Mr., Sir R. Peyton's estate, 436.

-, Thomas, Quaker, co. Essex, 632.

-, William, lands, Windsor, 1703.

Persall see Pershall.

Perse (and see Pursee), Capt. John, tidesurveyor, Weymouth, 799.

-, Martin, collector, Dungarvan, 1307, 1324, 1478.

-, Mr., citizen of London, office for recovery of Customs fines, 720.

Persdorff, Monsieur de, Envoy Extraordinary from Denmark, 1916.

Pershall (Persall), Ann, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Elizabeth, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, -, daughter of Elizabeth, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Francis, son of Elizabeth, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, John, preacher to the Chapel Royal, 1822.

-, Joseph, son of Elizabeth, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

Pershore (Hundred, co. Worcester), 1196.

Persia, 1733, 2009.

-, King of, 1655.

-, trade with India and Europe, 1654, 200910; Sir J. Chardin's agreement concerning trade with, 2010.

Person (Perrson), Lieut. James, debt to Tangier inhabitants, 575.

Persons (and see Parsons), Francis, debt to L. Santen, New York, 1707.

Perth, Earl of, see Drummond, J.

Perth Amboy, port, New Jersey, 2057.

Pervell, Mr., Comptroller, Milford, 443.

Pesey, John, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 880.

Pester, Tho., rebel in the West, 416.

Pestle, William, debtor to J. Hunt, 2019.

Peter see Petre.

Peterborough, Earl and Countess of, see Mordaunt, H. and P.

-, Bishop of, 284, 873, 1034, see White, T.

- Bishopric, 1034.

Peterman, Rose, King's waiter, London port, 2140, 2154.

Peters (and see Petre), John, of Little Park, Essex, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, London etc., 1804.

-, Mary, wife of Thomas, 683.

-, Michael, landwaiter, London, 1237, 1241, 1333, 2150, 2157.

-, Mr., sentry of Portland Castle, 1503.

-, Thomas, purser of the Oxford, 681.

-, Vohart, debt to L. Santen, New York, 1706.

Petersfield, Baroness, see Keronalle, L.

Petersham, Lord, see Maitland, J.

- (co. Surrey), 328, 752; manor, 887.

- Lodge (and grounds called the Green, Garrett's Orchard, Thick Covert, King Henry's Mount and Berry Grove), 7523; (New Park), 1661.

Petersen, (Piterson), Hans, shipmaster, 87, 323.

Peterson, Nicho., of Buckland, co. Berks, loyal Recusant, 637.

-, Robert, tenant of concealed land, Deptford, 887.

Pether (Pethur), Richard, gunner, Tangier, 847.

-, William, rebel in the West, 418.

Petherton see North Petherton, South Petherton.

Petit (Petitt), Daniel, Consul at Amsterdam, 1482, 1490.

-, Paul, landwaiter, Dover, 1446.

-, Thomas, of Reading, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Oxford etc., 1982.

Petitot, Jean, painter, 1221.

Petre (Peter, Peters), Edward, Right Honble. and Reverend Father, Chapel Royal bills, 1252, 1257, 1286, 1358, 1599, 1680, 2113.

-, Mr., an attendant in the Chapel Royal, 1567.

-, Richard, son of William, annuity out of Stanford Hall, 837, 897.

-, Robert, son of William, annuity out of Stanford Hall, 837, 897.

-, William, 837, 897.

Petrons, Gregory, Armenian merchant, 1655, 1667, 1719, 1733.

Pett, Sir Phineas, Navy Commissioner at Chatham, lease, Chatham, 1820, 1853.

-, Sir Thomas [? sic for Sir Phineas], Chatham dry dock, 28.

Petter, Geo., rebel in the West, 420.

Pettus, Sir John, bart., a Commissioner of Appeals in Excise, 597.

Petty, Clement, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1127.

-, Compton, wife to Clement, 1127.

-, Katherine, daughter to Compton, 1127.

-, Sir William, lands, co. Kerry, 1253, 1389, 1440, 1560.

Petty Bag, clerk of, 680, 740, 1254, 1452, 1944.

- -, records in Office of, 427.

- France (London), New Chapel in, 1308.

- Sessions, 840.

Peuckamsland (Kilkenny City), 561.

Pevan, Geo., arrears, Tangier, 385.

Pevensey (co. Sussex), 729, 904, 976, 2008.

Pewde, William, one of Charles II's servants, 1194; Poll arrear, 1391.

Pewitt Island (Oakley, co. Essex), 2091.

- Marsh (Bradwell, co. Essex), 2092.

Pewterers, engine for making spoons, 1054.

Peyton, Sir Algernon, of Doddington, Cambridge, baronet fee, 1066, 1348.

-, Charles, Sir Robert Peyton's forfeited estate, 436.

-, Craven, son of Sir Robert, 1299.

-, Dame Jane, wife of Sir Robert, 1032.

-, Sir Robert, estate forfeited for treason, 436, 457, 529, 792, 851, 860, 897, 999, 1032, 1130, 1131, 1170, 1299, 1360, 1612, 1684, 17389, 1790, 1821, 1868, 1891, 1963, 1987, 2014, 2107.

-, Sir Sewster, baronet fee, 1348.

Phage, Antho., Quaker, co. Herts, 632.

Pharo, Eliz., Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

Phaulcon, Mr., residing in Siam, 923.

Phelips see Philips.

Phelps, Humphrey, rebel in the West, 416, 424.

- (Philips), John, of Merriott, rebel in the West, 522, 539.

-, Jose, rebel in the West, 416, 424.

-, Joseph, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, Thomas, senr. and junr., debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, William, rebel in the West, 419.

Philagrame (stuff), 2015.

Phildrey, John, rebel in the West, 417.

Philibere, John Baptista, musician, Chapel Royal, 1822.

Philip, Daniel, see Philips, Daniel.

Philips (Phillipps, Phelips, Philip), Daniel, Quaker, co. Norfolk, 1006, 1303.

-, Sir Edward, taking J. Savage, of Taunton, on Monmouth's landing, 1097.

-, Dame Elizabeth, superstitious uses papers, 296.

-, Elizabeth, daughter of Robert, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Frederick, debt to L. Santen, New York, 1707.

-, Geo., passenger to Jamaica, 267.

-, Griffantius, petition for Customs place, 1380.

-, Hector, rent of Cardigan Town Hall, 1429; guardian of J. Vaughan, 325; steward of Mevenydd, 460.

-, Henry, Master Carver to the Works, 1938.

-, -, distiller, order on the fee farms, 1456.

-, Sir James, a verderer of New Forest, 1363.

-, James, a Commissioner for setting out ports in South Wales, 443.

-, -, lands, Ireland, 552.

-, John, an auditor of the Exchequer Court, for Crown Revenues, 18, 25, 173, 186, 295, 810, 962, 1071, 1140, 1225, 1226, 1240, 1243, 1661, 1716, 1724, 1766, 1808, 1826, 1832, 1914, 1917, 2039.

-, -, a Commissioner for hackney coaches, 1550, 2025.

-, -, merchant, Ipswich, Customs frauds, 2000, 2051.

-, -, of Merriott, see Phelps, J.

-, Katherine, wife of Robert, Recusant, 1124.

-, Mary, passenger to Jamaica, 267.

-, Morgan, tidesurveyor, Deal, 4.

-, -, Naval captain, 253.

-, Mr., Col. [? Robert], Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, 1392 1685; pension, 583.

-, - [? John or Richard], merchant, Ipswich, 919.

-, -, corporal, Tangier, 846.

-, -, lodgings in St. James's House, goods for the Princess of Orange, 943.

-, Peter, boatman, Isle of Scilly, 204.

-, Rice, tidesman, Bristol port, 147.

-, Richard, merchant, Ipswich, Customs frauds, 2000, 2051.

-, Robert, recovery of the Earl of Anglesea's 20,000l. debt, 863.

-, -, Col., a Commissioner for the Wardrobe comptrolling J. Knight's expenditure on the Great Wardrobe, 20, 39, 65, 66, 69, 74, 80, 121, 123, 329, 358, 365, 372, 399, 430, 778, 1136, 1303; a Commissioner for the Privy Seal, 697, 714, 812, 924, 1221, 1357, and see Philips, Mr., Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.

-, -, senr. and junr., Recusants, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Samuel, a King's waiter, London port, 413, 487, 809, 873, 1338, 1344.

-, Silus, rebel in the West, 422.

-, Thomas, the King's second engineer, 533.

-, -, son of Robert, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, -, of Ickford, co. Oxford, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Oxford etc., 1696, 1983.

-, Capt. Thomas, erecting a fort on Hounslow Heath, 1811.

-, Wal., rebel in the West, 418.

-, William, passenger to Jamaica, 267.

-, -, tenant, Staughton Magna, 2067.

Philipson, Sir Christopher, Sir R. Peyton's lands, co. Yorks, 1963.

-, Francis, lease of Bariton Hall, 1809.

Philkinstown (Navan barony, co. Meath), 570.

Philpott, Ann, widow, house, Tangier, 304.

-, Mich., vicar of Hibalstow, 2077.

-, Richard, tenant, Ellingham, 1510.

-, -, boatman, Faversham port, 1792.

Phimley see Plumley.

Phiper, William, tenant, Long Stanton, 1922.

Phippard, William, Customs place, 2084.

-, -, ship's captain, smuggling frauds, 2174.

Phippen (Phipping), Fran., rebel in the West, 424.

-, Whitchurch, tenant, Locking, 1967.

-, William, rebel in the West, 419.

Phippett, Jeoffry, rebel in the West, 424.

-, William, rebel in the West, 423.

Phipping see Phippen.

Phipps, Constantine, of the Middle Temple, steward of Cookham and Bray, 984.

-, James, boatswain, 2062, 2064, 2068.

-, John, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, Paul, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, William, tidesman, Bristol port, 1928.

-, Capt. and Sir William, Hispaniola wreck fishing, 5412, 679, 687, 695, 745, 1023, 1399, 1408, 1426, 1431, 1467, 17045, 2051, 2068, 216970.

Phnix Park see Dublin.

Phymley see Plomley.

Physicians see King's Physicians, Royal Household (Physicians).

Piazza see Streets (Covent Garden).

Picard, Daniel, surveyor, Dover port, 852, 1754; ditto, Southampton, 1754.

-, William, waiter, Newcastle port, 691.

Piccage, 213.

Pickering (Pikering), Gabriel, groom, employed on the Mole, Tangier, 1642.

-, Sir Henry, Poll arrear, 678.

-, Margaret, cleaner in the Chapel Royal, 1822.

-, Mary, petition, 748.

-, Montagu, outlaw, custodiam of his lands, co. Beds, 753, 1207.

-, Mr., Customs frauds composition, 1158.

-, Thomas, superstitious uses papers, 296.

-, -, Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

-, -, tenant of encroachment, Macclesfield, 1337.

-, William, sheriff of York City, 102930.

Picketstown see Pickstown.

Pickett see Picot.

Pickford, Jonathan, tenant, Macclesfield, 1338.

-, Mr., waiter, Gosport, 200.

Pickis, Nathaniel, of London, mariner, 1261.

Picklescot Manor (co. Salop), 1129.

Picknall (Pecknall), Clement Axmascall, Quaker, co. Sussex, 630.

-, Mascall, Quaker, co. Sussex, 630.

Pickstown (Pecastown), [Picketstown] (Crannagh barony, co. Kilkenny), 563, 564.

Picot (Picott, Pickett), Henry, servant to the Queen Dowager, 28, 731; bill for making the Pall Mall, 1963; Poll arrear, 1391; work at the Bowling Green, Windsor, 1723.

Picton, John, a Commissioner for setting out ports in South Wales, 443.

Pictures (and see Drawings, Painters, Portraits, Prints, Raphael's Cartoons), imports of and references to, 28, 226, 269, 273, 344, 354, 361, 426, 442, 487, 587, 590, 602, 608, 657, 663, 669, 671, 733, 757, 797, 852, 856, 937, 9913, 1065, 1155, 1177, 1289, 1375, 1438, 1484, 1503, 1540, 15423, 1869, 1969, 1973, 1984, 2015, 2035, 2163.

-, portraits of the King set in jewels and given as royal presents to ambassadors etc., see Royal (presents).

-, portraits of the King and Queen of Denmark, 1916.

-, King's picture drawer see Holzapfel, A.

- of sea fights by M. Vandevelde, 665.

- of a sea triumph, by Verrio, 1724.

- of the Prince and Princess of Orange, 344.

-, inventory of the King's pictures, 1729.

- of banners, 2101, and see Holford, T., Blackmore, R. and E.

-, Adoration, 587.

-, -, of the Kings, 993.

-, painting work and painted stuff, see Painters.

-, paper printed pictures, 1097.

-, vellum pictures, 733.

Pidgeon, John, Poll arrear, 1390.

Pieces of Eight see Dollars.

Pierce see Peirce.

Piercetown, alias Ballypheris (Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary), 558.

Pieres, Francis de la, upholsterer's work for Hounslow Heath camp, 1811.

Pierpont (Perpoynt), Lady Grace, Lord Grey's estate, 92.

-, Warnecombe, chamberkeeper to the Maids of Honour, 584.

Piffe, Thomas, boatman, Plymouth port, 1555.

Pigault, Hays Quilibert, ship's papers, 1517.

Piggott, Henry, tenant of encroachment, Macclesfield, 1335.

-, John, of Somerset, enquiring of rebels' estates in the West, 545.

-, Robert, survey of Liverpool port, 1611.

Pike, Sam., Quaker, co. Norfolk, 633.

Pikering see Pickering.

Pilchards, 331.

Pilcher, John, Quaker, co. Kent, 633.

Pile see Pyle.

Pilgrim, Thomas, shopkeeper, Barbados, 61.

Pilkinson, John, creditor of Sir R. Vyner, 2031.

Pilkington (Pilkinton), Mr., coffeeman, Broad Street, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1672.

-, Thomas, fine on, of 100,000l. for Scandalum magnatum, 484, 689, 776, 783.
-, sheriff of London, 1326, 1964.

Pill, Abraham, of Chilton, Somerset, husbandman, rebel in the West, 418, 2004.

Pill, Lordship, co. Pembroke, 1428.

-, the, Bristol port, 51920, 936, 1045, 1928, 1949, 2008.

Pillin (Iffa and Offa barony, co. Tipperary), 556.

Pilsworth, Daniel, outgauger, Excise Office, 132.

-, Edward, clerk for coffee, Excise Office, 132.

-, -, General Surveyor of strong waters and coffee in the Excise Office, 112, 297, 503, 694, 1457, 1458, 1533.

Pim see Pym.

Pincushions seized on import, 649.

Pindar (Pinder), Christopher, Tangier orphan, 1074.

-, Daniel, boatman, Colchester, 535.

-, Peter, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 879.

-, Sir Peter, collector of Chester port, 334; infirmities of, 342.

-, Reginald, of Leicester, gent., surety for the Leicester Excise Farmers, 19656.

-, Richard and his wife, Quakers, co. Northumberland, 631.

Pinewincle see Punvincle.

Pinfold (and see Penfold), John, waterman, London port, 1242.

-, Dr. and Sir Thomas, King's Advocate General, 1936, 1940; Recusants' moneys, 503; book of excommunicated persons, 541, 594, 670, 990; collection moneys for redemption of slaves in Barbary, 933, 9378, 1035, 1083; loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2178.

Pingry see Pengry.

Pingwell, Edward, Customs officer (? London or Dover), 1766.

Pinkney, Lieut. John, half pay, 814; debt to Tangier inhabitants, 845.

Pinmaker, Pickering, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 881.

Pinmakers' Company or Corporation, London, 21, 401.

- trade, frauds in, 21.

Pinnell, Abel, rebel in the West, 416, 424.

Pinner (co. Middlesex), 1674.

Pinney, Alex., rebel in the West, 425.

-, Azariah, rebel in the West, 415.

-, John, rebel in the West, 415.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, 415.

Pinson, Richard, boatman, Plymouth port, 223.

-, Sam., rebel in the West, 416.

Pipe, Edmund, firemaker, Tangier, 846.

Pipe, Clerk of, Pipe, Comptroller of, Pipe, Great Roll of, see Exchequer Court (Pipe).

Piper (Pyper), Hugh, waiter, Cawsand, 1914.

-, Sir Hugh, lease of the agistment of Launceston Park, 473, 5023, 516, 1500.

-, John, custodiam lease, co. Cornwall, 1870.

Pippi, Giulio, see Romano.

Pippin, Robert, tenant of encroachment, Arkingarthdale Forest, 1935.

Pirates see Jamaica; in America, 951, 1946; suppression of, 2172.

Pissey, Ann, Quaker, co. Suffolk, 631.

Pistols (gold coin), 141, 1493.

Pistor, Mr., tenant, Reigate, 1581.

Pitch and tar see Navy (Stores).

Pitcher Office see Royal Household.

Pitcher (Whitcher, Pitchers), Elizabeth, wife of John, 580, 681, 706.

-, Geo., rebel in the West, 418.

-, James, rebels' estates in the West, 522, 539.

-, John, carter, employed on the Mole, Tangier, 580, 1642, 1929.

Piterson see Petersen.

Pitminster (co. Somerset), 1091, 2006.

Pits see Pitts.

Pitsea (co. Essex), 2089.

- Island Creek (co. Essex), 2088.

Pitstoe, Thomas, Quaker, co. Leicester, 632.

Pitt, John, rebel in the West, 423.

-, Moses, house near St. James's Park, 2135.

-, Nicholas, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2178.

-, Simon, Recusant, co. Oxford, 456.

-, Thomas, rebel in the West, 419.

-, -, of London, merchant, interloping in the East India trade, 1832.

-, -, discovery of concealed lands, co. Gloucester etc., 1780.

-, -, (see Pitts, Mr.), Customs officer, Exeter, 1783, 1786.

Pittard, Thomas, rebel in the West, 422.

Pittman, Henry, rebel in the West, 422.

Pittoway, Ann, wife of John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, -, daughter of John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, Cicily, daughter of John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, Elizabeth, daughter of John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

-, Margaret, daughter of John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1126.

Pitts (Pits), James, rebel in the West, 416, 424.

-, -, junr., rebel in the West, 423, 425.

-, John, rebel in the West, 415.

-, Mr. (see Pitt, Thomas), clerk to the Comptroller of Exeter port, 2049.

-, -, Ensign, debt to Tangier inhabitants, 844.

-, Robert, deputy sheriff of Dorset, 1920.

-, Thomas, factor to some merchants at Cadiz, 30; merchant, Lyme, 280.

-, -, rebel in the West, 417.

-, William, rebel in the West, 419.

Pix and Trial of the Pix see Mint.

Pixley, Wal., Quaker, co. Stafford, 630.

Place, Monsieur (? in the Prince of Denmark's suite), going to Denmark, 355.

-, (Pleas), Thomas, of Edington, Somerset, clothier or serge maker, rebel in the West, 1684, 1973, 2004.

Place, the, of Navone's Pope's burial, 1974.

Plague, 469, 1766; of London, 196; abatements claimed for, in farmers' accounts, 77.

-, in Barbados, 1089.

Plaids see Scotch plaids.

Plantations in America, 1566. For the separate Plantations see as under America.
-, Act (223 Car. II, c. 26), revival of, 298, and see Navigation (Acts).
-, Admiralty Courts in, 2105.
-, aliens not to be merchants in, 356.
-, Auditor and Surveyor General of, see Blathwaite, W.; Office of, 946.
-, bonds and certificates see Plantations (Duty).
-, carrying persons, servants and slaves from, without licence of the Governor, 10256.
-, coal for, duty on, 396.
-, cocoa nuts from Spain via the English Plantations, 1946.
-, Currency, raising tariff of coins, 1307.
-, Customs Survey, 2044.
-, Delaware River, lower counties of, to be a separate Plantation, 517.
-, Duty (by 25 Car. II, c. 7), bonds for, 317, 4434, 663, 971.
-, certificates, 317.
-, enumerated commodities, 343, 1613; landed in Ireland without bond or duty, 1612, and see Ireland (Navigation Act frauds).
-, officers for, 65; for the officers in each Plantation see each Plantation separately; allowances to, 307, 506; Collectors' instructions, 305; Comptroller, 106, and see Customs (Comptroller).
-, receipts from, stated in the Customs accounts (England), 92.
-, security to be given for Plantation Duty on goods passing from one Plantation to another, 517.
-, survey of management of, in order to prevent frauds in, 2044, 2065, see Mein, P.
-, farthing coinage for, 2040.
-, fishery, salt for, 1565, 16123, 1639.
-, frauds in Plantation trade, 1613, see Ireland, Navigation, Tobacco.
-, French Huguenots going to, see French Protestants; their ships not allowed to trade to, 316.
-, goods, 100, 941; enumerated commodities see Plantations (Duty).
-, Governors, 298, 1502; instructions to, concerning trade and revenue and accounts, 305, 312, 13078, 1557.
-, guarding coasts of, to prevent navigation frauds, 941.
-, Ireland excluded from direct trade with Plantations see Ireland (Plantations).
-, King's ships in, instructions to, 1989, 312; employed to make seizures for Navigation Act frauds, 1082; time for sending King's ships to, 368.
-, laws proposed in, 1522.
-, mines and minerals in, grant to the Duke of Albemarle, 850, and see Mines.
-, negroes imported to, 1096.
-, Office see Trade and Plantations Office.
-, proposal to tax New England, 427.
-, registry of persons going to serve in, 208, 573.
-, regulations for welfare of, in methods of public accounts etc., 7834.
-, Scotch ships excluded from Plantation trade, 212, 1009.
-, Scotchmen born, trading in, question of naturalization of, 521.
-, ships illicitly trading with, Admiralty instructions for preventing, 182, 941, 1435, 1594, and see Naturalization.
-, sailing to, from Ireland, accounts to be kept, 1195, and see Ireland (Plantation).
-, from, 1948, 2044.
-, from, to Holland, viewing cocquets of, in Holland, 199; see Holland; ditto to Genoa see Genoa.
-, from, to come first to England, 2086.
-, tobacco from, 381, 663, 1522, and see Tobacco; tax of 1d. per 1b. on, in Bermudas, 6212.
-, trade with Ireland see Ireland (Plantations).
-, with Scotland see Scotland.
-, with the Canary Islands and Madeira see Canary, Madeira.
-, with Holland, violations in, 199, 235.
-, to New England etc., 343.
-, bonds and frauds see Plantation (Duty and frauds).
-, growth of, 1611.
-, lack of shipping for, 447.
-, law relating to, 286, and see Navigation Acts.
-, salt for fishery see Plantation (fishery).
-, transporting passengers and kidnapped persons and servants to, 106, 267, 388, and see Haveland, W.

Plasgresgob (co. Denbigh), 1805.

Plat see Platt.

Plate see Jewel House.
-, exported, duty on as for bullion, 315.
-, gifts of, from the King, see Royal presents, Jewel House.
-, Lottery see Lottery.

Platt (Plat), John, boatman, Hurst, 1278.

-, -, conspiracy or misdemeanour, 1407.

-, Richard, shipowner, 1070, 1180.

-, -, rebel in the West, 417.

-, William, rebel in the West, 417.

Plawley see Rawley.

Play (and see Pley), Mr., victualler, Whaddon, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office. 1675.

Playdell see Pleydell.

Player (Playor), Evans, passenger to Jamaica, 267.

-, Hugh or Henry, of Bridgwater, Customs frauds, 1569, 1640, 1655, 1666.

-, Sir Thomas, Chamberlain of the city of London, accounts and imprests for disbanding the New Raised Forces (in 1677), 38, 68, 971, 973, 1080, 1178; assignments to, for Sir G. Carteret, Treasurer of the Navy, 38.

Playhouse, King's, 345.

Plays at Court, weekly, 451; requisites for the comedians, 451.

Pleahill, William, custodiam lease, co. Lincoln, 1408.

Pleas, Thomas, see Place.

Pleas, Office of, see Exchequer Court.

- of the Crown see King's Bench.

Pledge, Erasmus, tenant, Reigate, 1571.

Pleott see Plott.

Plews, William, gent., a Commissioner for Arkingarthdale Forest inquisition, 1254.

Pley (and see Play), George, senr., collector, Weymouth port, 915.

-, George, junr., debt, 915, 943.

Pleydell (Playdell), Charles, solicitor for the Duke of York's private revenue in Ireland (before his accession) and clerk and register to the Commissioners for the said revenue, 46, 1734, 1900; pension, Ireland, 1208, 1288, 1689, 1747, 2019.

Plomer see Plummer.

Plomley see Plumley.

Plots against the State, 153, 306, and see Popish, Rebellion, Treason; Presbyterian plot against James II, 512.

Plott (Pleott), Dr., proposal for improving the felling of timber, 1832.

-, Epr., messenger of the Chamber, 2107.

-, Thomas, Agent for Charles II to the States General, 616, 1235.

Plowden, Edmund, father of Francis, 1290.

-, Francis, son of Edmund, Sir T. Preston's Furness estates, 1290, 13612, 1650, 1660.

-, -, a Commissioner of the Revenue, Ireland, 1689, 2019.

-, -, of Bawds, Essex, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, London etc., 1695.

Plowland (Slane barony, co. Meath), 569.

Plowman, Mathew, issuing oats at Tangier, 1890; merchant, landsurveyor's place, 1194; collector of Customs, New York, 1504, 1521, 1541, 1546, 15778, 1616, 1629, 1636, 1637, 1644, 1647, 16634, 1669, 1681, 1825, 1882.

Pluckdown (Lune barony, co. Meath), 568.

Plum (Plumb), John, Quaker, co. Essex, 632.

-, -, packer of brandy, 725.

-, William, clerk to the Customs Solicitor, appraisement frauds, 129, 220.

Plumer see Plummer.

Plumley (Plomley, Phimley, Phymley), Frances, daughter of John, lands, Locking, 1967.

-, Francis, son of William, 1782, 1930, 1966.

-, Geo., rebel in the West, 415.

-, John, shopkeeper, Barbados, 61.

-, -, tenant, Ellingham, 1510.

-, -, senr. and junr., lands, Locking, 1967.

-, Joseph, lands, Locking, 1967.

-, Mary, wife of John, lands, Locking, 1967.

-, William, rebel in the West, 420, 425, 1782, 1930, 19667, 2003.

Plummer (Plomer, Plumer), Fran., rebel in the West, 422.

-, John, Poll arrear, 1390.

-, Sir Walter, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2177.

-, William, of Blakesware, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Herts, 1983.

Plummers Close (Stratton Super Fosse, co. Somerset), 1891.

Plumstead, Edw., Quaker, co. Suffolk, 631.

-, -, Quaker, co. Herts, 632.

Plunkett (Plunket), Christopher, 10th, Lord Dunsang, pension on the Irish establishment, 1747.

-, Capt., volunteer from Holland, 1789.

-, George, Volunteer from Holland, 1814.

-, Margaret, widow of Luke, 3rd Earl of Fingall, payment to, 583.

Plush and velvet manufacture, proposal for, 2033, 2127.

Plymouth, Earl of, see Fitz Charles, C. Hickman-Windsor, T. W.

-, Countess of, see Fitz Charles, Bridget.

Plymouth port and town, 21, 34, 83, 87, 99, 106, 116, 160, 162, 1867, 198, 199, 203, 223, 257, 332, 336, 349, 353, 354, 355, 388, 408, 436, 451, 513, 527, 579, 580, 587, 595, 672, 683, 752, 759, 779, 810, 859, 865, 908, 916, 923, 927, 933, 951, 952, 967, 970, 985, 997, 1011, 1057, 1065, 1121, 1154, 1167, 1202, 1255, 1291, 1308, 1475, 1555, 1557, 1611, 1671, 1914, 1928, 1958, 2008, 2009, 2034, 2073, 2108, 2120, 2125, 2151.
-, citadel, 451, 2156.
-, forts, 657, 831.
-, garrison, 1619.
-, Governor of, see Bath, Earl of.
-, mayor, 672.
-, quo warranto against the Corpora tion, 788.
-, storehouse see Navy (Yards).

Plymouth (New England), Council of (in 1625), 1175.

Plympton (co. Devon), blowing house, 133.

Pocock, Lau., vicar of Nazeing, Essex, 468.

-, Mr., estovers, New Forest, 808.

-, William, rebel in the West, 418.

Pocomoke, river (Maryland), 3456.

Poe, Fra. de, chirurgeon's mate, Tangier, 846.

-, William, discovery of irregularities in the Clerk of the Pipe's accounts, 1697.

Poet Laureat see Dryden, J.; office of, 139; butt of Canary to be omitted, 140.

Poistune, John, beds for the Duchess of York, 1625.

Point see Lace.

Point (Poynt), Peter le, wool frauds, Kent, 1974, 2035.

Pointon (Poynton), John, debt to L. Santen, New York, 1706.

Pointz (Poyntz), Francis, arras worker to the Great Wardrobe, orphans of, 65, 153, 528, 644, 6634, 728.

-, Sir John, of Iron Acton, surety for Leicestershire Excise Farmers, 1966.

Poland, Envoy from King of, see Radzivill, Prince.

Polbrook, Mr., translator at Sheene, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1673.

Pole, Cardinal Reginald, 1086.

Poley, Edmond, employed in Germany, Agent at Ratisbon (Resident with the Elector of Brandenburg), 28, 167, 188, 1901, 731, 737; Envoy Extraordinary to Sweden, 731, 958, 1110, 1354, 1561, 1564, 1824, 1898, 1907, 1951, 1956.

Polgooth (co. Cornwall), blowing house, 133.

Polidore [Caldara] "Freges" of see Caravaggio.

Polish salt or salt gem, 985.

Politics, reference to factious party etc., 208, 1463.

Poll see Assessments.

Pollaghbegg (Owney and Arra barony, co. Tipperary), 550, 552.

Pollard, Abraham, rebel in the West, 419.

-, Antho., Army pension, 702, 1282, 1469, 1710.

-, John, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

-, Ralph, of Thornborough, co. Lincoln, 2085.

-, William, landwaiter, Exeter, 1928, 2149.

Polleicke (co. Donegal), ferry at, 1954.

Pollexfen, Mr., counsel, 732.

Pollington, John, Quaker, co. Suffolk, 631.

Polston, Gilbert, landwaiter, Southampton port, 1819.

Pomeroy, Daniel, rebel in the West, 419.

-, James, rebel in the West, 415.

-, Mary, servant of the Duke of Gloucester, 1114.

Pomfrett, Thomas, rebel in the West, 419.

Pond, Mr., Victualler, Pinner, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1674.

Ponderlogh (Raloath barony, co. Meath), 568.

Pontefract, Baron, see Fitz-Roy, G.

- (co. Yorks), 481, 1308 1685; Deanery, 1977; Castle, 1566.

Pontevall, Count de, designed as ambassador from Portugal, 2022.

Poole, Benjamin, of Taunton, alderman, 283.

-, Elizabeth, wife of John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Sir James, a Commissioner for derelict lands, in the Dee, co. Chester, 1644.

-, Jeremi, rebel in the West, 419.

-, Jerman, gent., Recusant, co. Oxford, 456.

-, John, rebel in the West, 419.

-, -, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Col. John, of co. Wilts, enquiring of rebels in the West, 546.

-, Michael, bringing pictures from Cologne, 852.

-, Nicholas, one of the King's falconers, 102, 308.

-, Samuel, a Commissioner for Recusants' fines, co. Notts etc., 1806.

-, Sel., rebel in the West, 419.

-, Sim., rebel in the West, 419.

-, Sir William, collector of Bristol port, 575, 753, 797, 1013, 1095, 1827, 2129.

Poole port (co. Dorset), 32, 64, 65, 99, 136, 137, 172, 203, 267, 271, 595, 730, 784, 904, 976, 1076, 1111, 1170, 1195, 1250, 1290, 1475, 1563, 1792, 1827, 1928, 1958, 1959, 1996, 2034, 2082; the town part of Canford manor, 1626; town, county, mayor and charter of, 1626.

Poole Creek (co. Essex), 2093.

Poole, David (France, ? San Lucar de Barameda in Brelaque or Pouldu, Cape Finisterre), 857.

Pooley, Henry, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2177.

-, James, embroiderer to the Stables, 1410.

Poor Jack (fish), 331.

Poorestown see Powerstown.

Pootenay see Pultenay.

Pope, Humphry, rebel in the West, 419.

-, John, rebel in the West, 418, 422.

-, -, and his wife, Quakers, co. Lincoln, 632.

-, Richard, major, Tangier, 1485; Lieut.-Col., alamodes patent, 1798, 1802.

-, Robert, juror, Axbridge, co. Somerset, 1966.

-, Roger, of Wollaston, co. Salop, surety for R. Cressett, 1129.

-, William, tenant, Swakeleys, 2028.

Pope, the, Coronation of, 1356; Envoy Extraordinary etc. to, see Ambassadors to Rome.

Popero, Mr., Victualler, Mile End, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1672.

"Popes, the," by Loretto, see Loretto.

Popham, Alexander, lands, Ireland, 554.

Popish Plot, 333, 779, 938, 1053, 1060, 1169, 1244, 1355, 1379, 1389, 1392, 1616, 1755, and see Roman Catholic, Oates, T.

Poplar (co. Middlesex), 1673.

Pople, Char., rebel in the West, 422.

Porchester (co. Hants), 371.

Pordage, Mr., musician of the Chapel Royal, 1442, 1822.

Poree, Capt., wounds, Tangier, 2051.

Porlock (co. Somerset), 859.

Port, Abigail, wife of Christopher, Recusant, London, 1020.

-, Christopher, Recusant, London, 1020.

Port Louis (Brittany), 712.

- Royal (Carolina), 910.

- - (Jamaica), 53, 1385.

Portadown (co. Armagh), ferry at, 1954.

Portcullis Pursuivant see Holford, T., Heralds College.

Portelos, Michael, chirurgeon major, Volunteer from Holland, 1791.

Porten, Robert, mariner, petition for Customs place, 2161.

Portensmith (co. Carlow), ferry at, 1954.

Porter, Aubrey, Poll arrear, 1276.

-, Charles, surveyor, London port, 102, 430, 2162.
-, surveyor, Aldeburgh port, 2158; tidesman, Harwich, 1278.

-, -, Prettiman's First Fruits accounts, 39, 171, 373, 601.

-, Sir Charles, Lord Chancellor of Ireland, 649, 922, 1159, 1368, 1629, 1862, 1888.

-, Col., Envoy Extraordinary to [Flanders], 1906.

-, Eliz., tenant, Swakeleys, 2028.

-, George [senr.], surveyor of petty Customs, London, 1472.

-, - [junr.], executor of George, 1472.

-, -, will of, 1073.

-, -, killing Sir J. Hackett, 29, 76, 138.

-, James, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 1231, 1343, 1436; Vice Chamberlain of the Household, 1658; grant of Dutch prizes, 1812.

-, John, tidesman, London, 997.

-, Luke, rebel in the West, 419.

-, Mary, wife to Patrick, 473.

-, Mathew, rebel in the West, 415.

-, Mr., button seller, Paternoster Row, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1673.

-, Patrick, J. Dunkler's Hearthmoney account, 473.

-, Ralph, affidavit, 386.

-, Robert, Customs information, 873.

-, -, Poll arrear, 1390.

-, Sarah, of Bristol, widow, tobacco importing, 576.

-, William, surveyor, Southampton port, 1751, 1754.

Porters see Royal Household.

Porters Wood Coppice see Whittlewood Forest.

Porterstown (Ratoath barony, co. Meath), 568.

Porthaetwy Common (Anglesea), 1527.

- Ferry (Menai, Anglesea), 1403.

Portillow (co. Down), ferry, 1954.

Portland, Countess of, see Weston, F.

Portland (co. Dorset), 1154; manor, 592.

- Castle, 680, 1503; Captain of, see Strangways, B.; Deputy Governor see Smith, William; garrison, 789; repairs, 789.

- Island, 680, 789; Lieutenant of, see Strangways, B.; stone, 738.

Portlester (Lune barony, co. Meath), 1279.

Portlock, Henry, clipper of coins, 22, 35, 508.

-, John, clipper of coins, 22, 35, 508.

-, Robert, rebel in the West, 424.

Portmagh (co. Antrim), ferry, 1954.

Portman, John, of London, goldsmith, 724, 1625.

-, Mr., Sir T. Littleton's Navy accounts, 98.

Portmell, John, rebel in the West, 422.

Portmuna [Portumna] (co. Galway), ferry, 1954.

Portnescully (Iverk barony, co. Kilkenny), 565.

Porto Rico, St. John de Porto Rico (America), 1748, 1993.

Portraits, 344, 361, 9923.
-, of the King see Pictures.

Portsmouth, Duchess of, see Keroualle, L.

Portsmouth town and port, 176, 218, 256, 259, 263, 273, 530, 730, 796, 798, 829, 835, 838, 849, 942, 943, 976, 1073, 1083, 1096, 1155, 1200, 1279, 1475, 1701, 2062, 2137.
-, disbanding Forces, 578.
-, fortifications, 578, 714, 938, 1395, 1525, 1715, 1878.
-, garrison and fort, 405, 483; Lieut.Governor of, see Slingsby, Major H.; barracks for soldiers, 1962.
-, guardships for, 351, 1317, 1505.
-, postmaster, 2166.
-, Ordnance stores, 1463.
-, sick and hurt quarters (Dutch war), 1042, 1924.
-, Victualler at, 1059, see Lambard, J.
-, Yard see Navy (Yard); King's builder at, see Betts, J.

Portugal, 311, 316, 513, 642, 658, 15967, 1720, 1828, 1950, 2022.
-, ambassadors to and from, see Ambassadors.
-, arms for (from Holland), at Plymouth, 451.
-, English soldiers in, 717.
-, hams, 1445.
-, Infanta of, 1886, 1901.
-, King of, 618, 1596, 1796, 1886, 1901; marriage with second wife, Maria Sophia of the Palatinate (2 July, 1687), 1901.
-, mats, 278, 349, 725, 935, 1909.
-, money, 275.
-, mourning for the late King, 618, 1596, 1796.
-, officers of the Treasury, 1597.
-, portion for Cattarina of Braganza see Queen (Dowager).
-, Queen, voyage to Lisbon, from Holland, 1437, 1798, 1950.
-, Queen Mother, mourning for, 66, 1796.
-, Secretary, 1901.

Portumna see Portmuna.

Poseley, Luke, seaman employed on the Mole, Tangier, 1642.

Post fines, answered direct to the Exchequer by the sheriffs in their yearly accounts (instead of being paid to the Farmers), 901, 645.

- -, Farmers of, 90, 645, see Berkshire, Earl of, Howard, Sir R.

- -, pensions on, 901, 1669.

- - see Common Pleas.

Post groats see Tin.

Post nati, case of naturalization and question of rights to Plantation trade, 521; and see Naturalization, Scotland.

POST OFFICE, GENERAL POST OFFICE or General Letter Office (meaning thereby the INLAND OFFICE and the Foreign Office, but not the Penny Post Office. The Foreign Office is, however, here indexed separately as under), 582.
-, Accountant General see Parsons, J.; clerk to, see Parsons, J., junr.
-, accounts, quarterly and yearly, 1157, 1162, 1203, 1454, 1517, 1671 7, 2143, 2146; auditing, 1984; auditor's fees on, 2121, 2143; Col. Whitley's accounts, 271, 4602, 582, 1226; Lord Ossulston's accounts, 776, 781, 1068, 1071, 1131, 113940, 1151, 12256, 1276, 1314, 1398, 1577, 1680, 1702, 185960, 2085, 2108, and see Post Office (franking).
-, Act for consolidating the Duke of York's title to, 949, and see Post Office (settled); York, Duke.
-, alphabet keeper see Post Office (officers), Post Office (Foreign).
-, beer for officers, 1515.
-, books, 1848.
-, By letters, 264.
-, carriers see Post Office (letter carriers).
-, change in administration of, on account of the Duke of York's accession as King, 227.
-, Comptroller of the Inland Office see Gardiner, T.
-, Court Post or letter carrier to the King, 227, see Dereham, Sir T.
-, debts of local postmasters, 1676 7.
-, Dover pacquet service, arrangement for, with the Dover postmaster, 12023, 1183, 1224, 1516.
-, farm of, from the Duke of York to the Earl of Arlington and Lord Berkeley, 461, 1140; sub-farmer under them, see Whitley, Col. R., 1226; Ossulston, Lord. For their accounts see Post Office (accounts) and Post Office (franking).
-, franking letters, restraint of abuse of, 2067, 2050; orders as to, 211; covenants for, with the subfarmers and account of deductions allowed for, 4602, 1140, 1188, 1515, 185960, and see Post Office (accounts, Whitley and Lord Ossulston).
-, frauds in, 1340.
-, Governor of, see Frowde, P.; Governors of, 1809.
-, grants out of, see Post Office (pensions).
-, house rent, 1515.
-, in the hands of the King (i.e. out of farm), 461.
-, increase in business of, 1848.
-, Manager of the Inland Office see Warburton, Mr.
-, moneys or receipts, to be paid into the Exchequer weekly, 117.
-, issues out of, 115, 134, 149, 1667, 1801, 187, 194, 200, 205, 218, 223, 225, 234, 237, 238, 239, 2401, 247, 256, 257, 264, 265, 269, 273, 280, 281, 310, 312, 313, 320, 328, 339, 340, 342, 344, 350, 353, 358, 364, 378, 384, 393, 401, 409, 431, 445, 456, 462, 476, 496, 497, 505, 514, 522, 534, 535, 543, 544, 547, 581, 590, 599, 607, 614, 6289, 636, 639, 649, 664, 668, 677, 694, 699, 706, 712, 718, 723, 737, 744, 746, 749, 754, 769, 780, 794, 799, 815, 835, 857, 864, 866, 870, 874, 890, 900, 905, 906, 915, 924, 933, 940, 948, 949, 958, 964, 975, 980, 982, 996, 997, 1006, 1007, 1012, 1018, 1032, 1038, 1049, 1075, 1078, 1093, 1100, 1101, 1119, 1135, 1136, 1144, 1153, 1166, 1174, 1185, 1196, 1198, 1219, 1234, 1248, 1264, 1275, 1302, 1315, 1328, 1339, 1354, 1369, 1372, 1383, 1395, 1397, 1430, 1445, 1448, 1471, 1498, 1506, 1540, 1548, 1562, 1571, 1586, 1615, 1690, 1702, 1715, 1735, 1750, 1758, 1768, 1824, 1834, 1845, 1861, 1872, 1873, 1884, 1898, 1925, 1929, 1951, 1968, 1972, 1980, 1985, 2007, 2016, 2031, 2041, 2065, 2066, 2069, 2072, 2080, 2083, 2094, 2097, 2103, 2123, 2126, 2127, 2141, 2143; 24,000l. per an. out of for the Duke of York see York, Duke of.
-, Office, farm of a branch of, 1183.
-, office in Lombard Street, 1651.
-, officers, 264; salaries, warrant for, 1848, and see Post Office (salary).
-, half yearly feast for, 1515.
-, new year's gift and money box for, 1515.
-, not to have public offices, 311.
-, alphabet keeper, 1203.
-, clerks of the six Roads, 1283, 1514; Chester Road see Hickes, J., senr. and junr., Bedhall, R.; West Road see Lambe, B.; North Road see Middleton, J.; Bristol Road see Minors, R.; Yarmouth Road see Sawtell, E.; Kent Road see Garrard, F., Serle, W., Lisle, W., Harris, T., Dalton, J.
-, housekeeper see Lambe, Alice.
-, letter bringers, 1514.
-, letter carriers, 206, 311, 1162, 1515, 1695, 1862, 2099, 2155, see Meares, H. (for Harborough, Uppingham etc.).
-, letter receivers, 1284, 1514.
-, mailemaker see Baker, Sa.
-, porters, 1515.
-, sorters, 1284, 1514, 1971.
-, windowmen, 1284, 1514, 1971.

pacquet boat and express service, 1513, 1515, 1516.
-, Dover pacquet service, 12023.
-, care of, at the Brill, see Vanderpoole, Mr.
-, soldiers' and seamen's passage in and victuals, payments for, 1513, 1514, 1516.
-, pensions out of, 227, 277, 414, 474, 634, 949, 1103, 1148, 1437, 1515, 1634; Queen's grant out of, 275 6, and see Queen; Prince and Princess of Denmark's dowry out of, 5856, and see Prince; Duchess of Cleveland's grant out of, 52, and see Cleveland, Duchess.
-, petition for place in, 1379.
-, post bags or roads, provincial, 1535, and see Post Office (officers).

Postmaster General, 462, 949, see Arlington, Earl of; Rochester, Earl of.

Postmasters, provincial or local, their fees, 227; their payments and accounts, 1162, 1180, 1270, 1288, 1454, 1513, 1515, 1516, 16767, 1695, 1772, 1862, 1890, 1984, 2099, 2155; delinquent local postmasters, 1890.
-, proclamations concerning, 311, 320.
-, Receiver General of, see Apsley, Sir P., Lilly, S., 98, 227, 277, 949, 1188, 1524, 1848, 2143, 2146; his clerk, 1971; office of, 375.
-, returned letters, 1695, 1772, 1862, 2155.
-, Roads see Post Office (officers, clerks).
-, fresh roads proposed, 264.
-, salary and incidents bills, 12834, 12878, 1433, 1454, 15127, 1539, 16945, 1711, 1772, 1860, 1862, 1957, 19701, 2083, 2099, 2148, 2155; quarterly office bills, 1162.
-, settled by Henry Robinson, 124.
-, settled on the Duke of York, 2267, and see Post Office (Act).
-, soldiers quartering in, 311.
-, stage coaches, 264.
-, weekly certificates of the Receiver's receipts, cash and payments, 98, 136, 140, 210, 294, 349, 1035, 1141, 1162, 1358, 1540, 1681, 1694, 2141, 2144.

- -, Denmark, see Denmark.

- -, FOREIGN:
-, alphabet keeper see Leasson, J.
-, arrangement with J. Richard, the Paris Postmaster, 1513; treaty with him for letters to Spain etc., 11889.
-, arrangement with the Prince of Thurn and Taxis for transport of foreign letters to Spain, Italy, Germany etc., 1513, 15245; arrangements with Spain, the Empire, Italy, the Netherlands and Northern Countries, 1524 5.
-, arrangement with foreign postmasters, 462.
-, Comptroller of, see Frowde, F.
-, number of letters from abroad, 1515.
-, officers, 264, 1284.
-, clerks, 1284, 1514, 1971.
-, letter carriers, 1514.
-, letter receivers, 1971.
-, mailemaker see Baker, S.
-, rebates and return man, 264.
-, riding surveyor see Egerton, R.
-, sorters, 1514.
-, officers' illicit poundage on diamonds etc. in the mail, 1848.
-, robbery of foreign mails, 1809, 1848.

- -, INLAND OFFICE, 15134, 1848, see Post Office, General.

- -, IRELAND, Irish Office in Dublin, 1513, 1515, and see Ireland.

- -, PENNY POST OFFICE, 1513, 1516, 1671.
-, accomptant to, see Law, T.
-, accounts, 2121, 2143, 2146; account of desperate debts and supers on local receivers, 16716.
-, collector see Golling, F.
-, Comptroller see Castleton, N.
-, local letter receivers, 16716.
-, messengers, 1516; country messengers, 1516.
-, office rent, 1516.
-, officers' salaries, 1848, and see Post Office (General, salary).
-, sorters and sub-sorters, 1516.

Postpone of departmental payments see Suspension.

Poston, Mr., Tangier freight, 463.

Potashes, farm of, see Smalts, Kinnoul, Earl of.

Potenay [? Pulteney], Madame, portrait of, 992.

Potherb [? co. ], postmaster of, 1676.

Potkins, Henry, wine taster, London port, 289.

Potmakers, London, 598, see Earthenware.

Potomac river (Virginia), 2017, 2061.

Pott, Francis, tenant of encroachment, Macclesfield, 1337.

Pottenger (Pottinger), John, Comptroller of the Pipe, 473, 711, 812, 835, 889, 940, 974, 1006, 1135, 1154, 1338, 1344, 1564, 1598; Recusants' process, 193, 262, 390, 434; custody of the Star Chamber, 113, 1289; Master of Chancery in the Alienation Office, 135, 158; loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2180, 2183.

-, Mr. [? John], Four and a Half per cent. tallies, 157.

Potter, Christopher, shipmaster, 713.

-, John, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

-, -, King's Bench fine for misdemeanour, 1407, 1443.

-, -, one of the King's falconers, 102, 295, 308.

-, Joseph, Quaker, co. Notts, 631.

-, Mris., point lace, 2153.

Pottery, prices of, 892.

Potticary, Thomas, senr. and junr., debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

Pottle, Math., rebel in the West, 418.

Potts, Capt. Charles, Tangier, 439; one of the King's servants, icehouse at Windsor, 1134, 1325.

-, Gertrude, passenger to Jamaica, 267.

-, Leonard, tenant, Macclesfield, 1337.

-, Samuel, rebel in the West, 417.

-, William, citizen of London, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2178.

Poulter, John, of Broughton, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Huntingdon, 1696.

-, William, lands, Ireland, 563.

Poulton, William, one of the King's falconers, 102, 295, 379, 664; pension, 308; Poll arrear, 1390.

Poulton (co. Kent), 1057.

- (co. Lancs), 448, 1948.

Poultry Office see Royal Household.

Pound, Henry, keeper of South or East Bere Forest, New Forest, Southants, 172, 371, 673.

-, Thomas, of West Burnham, loyal Recusant, 626.

Pound weight of Venice, 2000.

Poundage see Forests (woodward); Hearthmoney (Farmers); Hearthmoney (poundage); Ireland (Revenue Receiver General); Robes; Sheriffs; Wardrobe (clerk).

Pounds Barton (Ryme, Dorset), 271.

Pountney, Mary, daughter of William, 222.

-, William, staff officer (marshal), Tangier, 846; funeral of, 2223.

Povey, Francis, storekeeper, Tangier, 482, 846; Capt. Francis, surveyor and Comptroller of Ordnance, Ireland, 1280.

-, Thomas, a Master of Requests, 426; Treasurer and Paymaster of Tangier, 319, 1139; a Commissioner for concealed lands in divers counties, 693, 740.

Pow Pans (co. Northumberland), 528.

Powde, Mr., of the Bagnis coffeehouse in Newgate Street, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1675.

Powder (Hundred, co. Cornwall), 944.

Powderham Castle (co. Devon), 1804.

Powell (Powel), Caskell, inhabitant of Limerick, 2032.

-, Charles, one of the King's musicians, 1613.

-, Edmund, of Sandford (St. Martin, co. Oxford), Recusant, 455.

-, Edward, Army pension, 702, 1282, 1469, 1710; Capt. Edward, sent to Denmark, 1113; Col., Lieutenant Governor of Antigua, 1730, 1791, 1867, 1874, 2170; Deputy Governor of Montserrat and Antigua, 2170.

-, Hen., Quaker, co. Hereford, 633.

-, Jacob, rebel in the West, 419.

-, John, Serjeant-at-Law, 278, 1112; Judge, of Brecknock, Radnor and Glamorgan, 278; a Justice of Common Pleas, 731, 1112, 1200; Sir John, 1304, 1353.

-, -, of White, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Yorks, etc., 1696.

-, -, clerk in Auditor Philips's office, 1724.

-, Littleton, grant of King's Bench fines, 616, 862, 1033, 1192, 1340; a Six Clerk in Chancery, 1688.

-, Mathew, tenant, Knighton, 1699.

-, Mich., rebel in the West, 419.

-, Morgan, Comptroller, Milford port, 23, 128, 830, 1262.

-, Oliv., rebel in the West, 417.

-, Philip, serving under Lord Hopton, temp. Car. I, petition for Customs place, 1600.

-, Richard, clerk, reward for taking a rebel, 836.

-, -, Receiver of Recusants' forfeitures, cos. Derby, Notts and Leicester, 252.

-, Robert, waterman or watchman, London port, 349, 871.

-, Thomas, Tangier arrears, 385, 483.

-, -, commander of the Customs smack at Plymouth, 354.

-, -, Serjeant-at-Law, second Judge of Carnarvon, Anglesea and Merioneth, 1311; a Baron of the Exchequer, 1331, 1353.

-, -, steward of Staunton Manor, co. Gloucester, 1688.

-, Widow, Recusant, Christchurch, co. Surrey, 1821.

-, William, rebel in the West, 423.

-, -, discovery of concealed land, co. Gloucester, 16178.

Power (Powr), Ensign, Volunteer from Holland, 1790.

-, James, Ensign, Tangier, 346.

-, Richard, Lord Le Power, Visct. of Decies and Earl of Tyrone, 1146; pension on the Irish establishment, 1747.

-, Robert, of the Middle Temple, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, London etc., 1804; ditto, co. Dorset etc., 1804; ditto, co. Chester etc., 1804; ditto, co. Northants etc., 1805, 1982; ditto, co. Yorks etc., 1805; ditto, co. Wilts etc., 1805; ditto, co. Norfolk etc., 1805; ditto, co. Notts etc., 1806.

-, William, of Llangattock, co. Brecon, surety for G. Harcourt, 1194, 1212.

Powerstown ("Poorestown") (Iffa and Off a barony, co. Tipperary), 555.

Powis see Powys.

-, Earl and Marquess, see Herbert, W.

Powle, Henry, Speaker of the Convention Parliament, 2158.

Powlett, Charles, Lord St. John Basing, Marquess of Winchester, fee farms, 1826; lease of Lindhurst, 10667, 1107; steward of Melenydd, 1429; Knighton tolls, 1687; goods for, 915.

- or Paulet, John, 5th Marquess of Winchester, 1156.

Pownall (Pownell), James, rebel in the West, 424.

-, Cornet Thomas, services at Tangier, 114, 846.

Powney, John, lands at Windsor, 1359, 1724.

Pownsett, Thomas, juror, London, 1326.

Powntoons and kettle drums, 1447.

Powtherell, Edward, churchwarden, Breedon on the Hill, 2074.

Powys, Richard, clerk to Henry Guy at the Treasury, 1489, 1543.

-, Sir Thomas, Solicitor General, 1112, 1188, 1346, 1427, 1464, 1479, 1488, 1501, 1511, 1523, 1570, 1584, 1593, 1678, 1685, 1697, 1709, 1766, 1768, 1784, 1794, 1990.

Poyner, James, debt to Henry Cornish, 472.

Poynetts Marsh (co. Essex), 2089.

Poynt, Peter le, see Point.

Poynter see Feild, Robert.

Poyntz see Pointz.

Prance, Miles, conviction for perjury, 13512.

-, Roger, rebel in the West, 418.

Pratt, Hugh, deputy King's waiter, London, 1500.

-, John, petition for Comptroller, ship of Berwick port, 571, 579.

-, Simon, boatman, Deal, 382.

Pre-emption of tin see Tin.

Pre-fines see Original seal.

Preisley, Thomas, and his wife, Quakers, co. Lincoln, 632.

Preist (Priest), Fran., rebel in the West, 417.

-, Hen., rebel in the West, 419.

-, John, rebel in the West, 416.

-, Lau., rebel in the West, 419.

-, Mr., fishing, co. Middlesex, 2028.

-, Tho., rebel in the West, 419.

-, William, rebel in the West, 422.

Preistland (Prestland), Mr., Purveyor of the Navy, timber out of Sherwood Forest, 907, 915, 936.

Preistman see Priestman.

Preistown see Priest-town.

Prendergast, John, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Yorks etc., 1805, 1982.

Preque, Sezard, bound for France, 2015.

Preres, John, Army pension, 702.

Prerogative Court see Long writ.

Presbyterian plot, 512.

Presbyterians, legacy to, 460.

Prescot (co. Lancs), 196.

Prescott, John, of Prescot, co. Lancs, fustian man, petition for E. Jackson's estate, 107, 111, 196, 528.

Presents see New year; Post Office (officers); Royal presents; Alcazar; Algiers; Sallee; Tripoly.

Presgrave, William, dredging machine at Yarmouth, 762.

President of the Council see Privy Council.

- of the Marches of Wales see Wales.

- of the North, 1565.

Presteigne (co. Radnor), lease of tolls and of Presteigne lands, 1553, 1605, 1683, 16878, 1699, 1700, 1832.

Preston, Ann, daughter of Sir Tho., 1734, 214.

-, Christopher [of the King's music], Poll arrear, 1391.

-, George, of Holker, co. Lancs, 1361.

-, Isaac, of Beeston [Regis], co. Norfolk, a Commissioner for the Norfolk sheriffs' accounts, 840; a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Norfolk etc., 1805, 2028.

-, John, Quaker, co. Stafford, 630.

-, -, one of the King's falconers, 102, 295, 379, 475; pension, 308; Poll arrear, 1043.

-, -, grandfather of Sir Thomas, 1361.

-, Capt. John, Tangier, 346.

-, Mary, daughter of Sir Thomas, 1734, 214.

-, Samuel, Recusancy fine, co. Essex, 16512.

-, Thomas, of Furness, co. Lancs, 1361, 1650, 1660.

-, -, of Kirklington, 1361.

-, Sir Thomas, forfeited estates, Furness, co. Lancs, 1734, 214, 9889, 1290, 13612, 1650, 1660.

Preston, Visct., see Graham, R.

- (co. Lancs), 1695, 2101.

- (co. Northants), manor, 65.

- (co. Sussex), 637, 641.

- (co. Yorks), vicarage, 1977.

- Bisset (co. Bucks), 2085.

- Brockhurst (co. Salop), 1696.

Prestons Marsh (Bradwell, co. Essex), 2090, 2092.

Prettiman, Mris., 739.

-, Mr., W. Prettiman's accounts, 601.

-, Thomas, service in the Guards, petition for an allowance, 1402.

-, -, noontender, London port, 2108.

-, William, Remembrancer of First Fruits, debt and accounts, 171, 373, 601, 644, 706, 787, 973, 1150, 1151, 1322, 1405, 1611, 1802, 1855, 1857, 1926, 1997; death of, 1791.

-, -, one of the King's falconers, 102; pension, 308.

Pretty (Pritty), Henry, lands, Ireland, 550.

-, Margaret, in the service of Charles I and II, pension, 2051.

-, William, Army pension, 701.

Price (Price, Pryce), Bartholomew, administrator of Col. H. Jeffreys, 399, 474.

-, Bazill, mines, co. Yorks, 10656, 1261.

-, Benjamin, Capt. G. Rooke's bill, 259.

-, Charles, ship's freighter, 1625.

-, -, landlord, Abergavenny, 1396.

-, David, groom employed on the Mole, Tangier, 1642.

-, -, Archdeacon of Llandaff, 1429.

-, Dorothy, widow of Capt. Thomas, 2018.

-, Edward, lease, Knighton, 1699.

-, Eliz[aeus], joiner to the Great Wardrobe, 1427.

-, Elizabeth, widow, payment for Sir E. Andros, 177.

-, -, Tangier inhabitant, 751, 839.

-, Gervace, first and chief underkeeper of St. James's Park, 841, 910, 1339, 1939, 1940; house of, 1543.

-, - (deceased), Serjeant of the King's trumpets, drums and fifes, 964, 1614.

-, Dame Goditha, widow of Sir Herbert, pension, 676, 706, 838, 900, 1223, 1228, 1340, 1503, 1579, 1580, 1794, 1797, 1937, 1940, 2013, 2017.

-, Sir Herbert, pension, 676; coal mines, co. Yorks, 1261.

-, James, rebel in the West, 423 bis.

-, John, Receiver and Paymaster of the Revenue, Ireland, under the Revenue Commissioners, 8, 477, 573, 604, 1009, 1162, 1177, 1187, 1209, 12367, 1271, 1287, 1356, 1374, 1439, 1753, 1762, 1787, 1830, 1841, 1882, 19312, 1997, 2010, 2019, 2041, 2047, 2124; case as to Newport ground, 1601, 1629, 1882.

-, -, mines royal, Jamaica, 790.

-, -, tidesman, London, 13.

-, -, Yeoman of the Male, 1577; petition for place of Register to Hackney Coaches Commissioners, 1577.

-, Capt. John, co. Somerset, Western rebels delivered to, for transportation, 423.

-, -, commander of the Customs smack at Cowes, tidesurveyor, Weymouth, 622.

-, Joseph, goods, for, from France, 1027.

-, Mr., Hearthmoney loan, 150, 168, 182.

-, Mris., going to Holland, 761.

-, Richard, undersearcher, London port, 654.

-, Robert, Commissioner to enquire of Charlton's estate, 1186, 1388.

-, -, of Lincolns Inn, surety for T. Neale, 851.

-, -, lease, co. Hereford, 1387, 1584, 1693.

-, -, Attorney General for co. Glamorgan, 1429.

-, -, juror, Shrewsbury, 1476, 1499.

-, Serjeant, Hearthmoney on his house, 1052.

-, Thomas, of London, goldsmith, Treasury law case against, for his debt to the King on Irish remittances, 2, 442, 447, 477, 490, 491, 519, 541, 575, 838, 932, 1009, 1046, 1082, 1094, 1113, 1177, 1217, 1287, 1479, 1486, 1522, 1523, 1683, 2105, 2157; case with Sir R. Vyner, 849; case with B. Turner, 816, 854, 931, 932.

-, -, custodiam lease, 315.

-, -, lands, co. Pembroke, 909.

-, -, a Commissioner for hackney coaches, 1550, 2025.

-, -, general collector of Hearthmoney for North Wales, 548, 596, 646.

-, -, lease, Knocklas (temp. Eliz.), 1699.

-, -, of the Inner Temple, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Chester etc., 1804; ditto, co. Kent etc., 2008.

-, -, of Sturry, Kent, wool frauds, 1841, 1846.

-, -, woollen draper to the Stables, 1410.

-, Capt. Thomas, Constable of Windsor Castle, 2018.

-, Sir Thomas, lodgings in Scotland Yard, 1300.

Prices see Buttons, Chocolate, Coal, Corn, Damask, Jesuits bark, Lace, Oats, Pottery, Tea, Tin.

Prichard see Pritchard.

Prickman, John, rebel in the West, 420.

Pricksheyes (Kilkenny City), 561.

Prickworth, Hen., Recusant, co. Lincoln, 632.

Pridden, Richard, Quaker, co. Essex, 632.

Prideaux, Humphry, Customer of Barnsstaple and Bideford, 65, 83.

-, Sir Richard, valuations or surveys of Crown lands, 99, 252, 457, 503, 860.

Pridgeon, Richard, Quaker, co. Lincoln, 632.

-, William, and his wife, Quakers, co. Lincoln, 632.

Priest see Preist.

Priestman (Preistman), Henry, Commander in Chief of the ships in the Straits, 30, 251, 1284; redemption moneys for captives in Barbary, 1100, 1168.

Priest-town ("Preistown") (Middlethird barony, co. Tipperary), 556.

Prigg, Nicholas, tidesman, St. Ives, 1792.

Primatt, Ste., concealments, Surrey, 482.

Primrose, Isaac, vicar of Hawerby, 2077.

-, Mr., a Scotch gentleman, bringing a coach from France, 1176.

Prince, Anthony, of Abingdon, lease, 474.

-, Edmund (Edward), of Oxford, a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Oxford, 1696, 1983.

-, John, of Overy, co. Oxford, Recusant, 455.

-, Mr., chandler in Hatton Garden, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1675.

-, William, of Yennon (? co. Oxford), Recusant, 455.

PRINCE GEORGE of Denmark, at the Privy Council, 1638; in Denmark, 1903, 1907, 1908; deed for 10,000l. per an. out of the Excise, 5,000l. per an. out of the Post Office, 5,000l. per an. out of the Excise and 10,000l. per an. out of the Post Office for himself, the Princess and their issue, 5856, 615; issues to, 4, 15, 35, 150, 167, 257, 265, 298, 350, 378, 394, 432, 443, 514, 547, 604, 607, 615, 629, 640, 688, 723, 737, 747, 749, 754, 857, 870, 875, 8989, 939, 948, 959, 990, 1019, 1038, 1063, 1144, 1166, 1174, 1186, 1267, 1271, 1285, 1383, 1396, 1431, 1445, 1540, 1548, 1562, 1759, 1768, 1786, 2158.
-, 1,000l. per an. each for his daughters, Lady Mary and Lady Anne Sophia, 804, 898 9,905, 1050, 1061, 1348, 1375, 1531, 1532, 1533, 1817.
-, Royal bounty for (16,000l.), 433, 478, 519, 534; (16,000l.), 1422.
-, furniture for, 308.
-, goods for, 530, 749.
-, lodgings, 355; in St. James's Park, 749; in the Cockpit, 1411.
-, marriage portion, 5856.
-, Regiment, 680, 805, 985, 1169, 1198, 1200.

-, OF ORANGE (William III), 77, 620.
-, Envoy from, see Ambassadors from.
-, pictures of, 344.
-, servants and messengers detailed, 2054, 2164.
-, directing the Administration (from Nov., 1688), 2129, 2143, 2145, 2148, 2149, 2150, 2155, 2157, 2159, 2160, 2164.
-, attending the Treasury, 2145.
-, letter to the city, 2156.
-, retinue at St. James's, 2164.

PRINCE RUPERT, executor to (see Craven, Earl of), 1044.
-, house in Spring Garden, 584, 590, 591, 643, 669.
-, mourning for, 618, 1796.
-, Regiment of Dragoons, 519.
-, ships under at Toulon (in 1651), 398.

- OF WALES (1619, Charles), 1260; see King Charles I.

- - (1688, James Francis Edward), birth of, ambassadorial rejoicings at, 20712, 2114.
-, apothecary to, 2116, see St. Amand, J.
-, Duke of Cornwall, tin stannary governance and interest in the Cornwall Duchy lands, 2023, 2024, 2070, 2111; seal for, 2118.
-, Equerry to, see Sheldon, R.
-, family or household, 2136; servants, 2139.
-, governess to, see Powys, Lady.
-, issues for, 2016, 2020, 2033, 2038, 2050, 2114, 2132, 2136, 2139.

Princes Meadows (Kennington Manor), 269, 667, 851.

Princes wood see Jamaica wood.

Princes (Princess) Woods (Kirton in Lindsey, co. Lincoln), 1172, 1779, 1851.

PRINCESS ANNE of Denmark, 322-3; deed for 10,000l. per an. on the Excise, 5,000l. per an. on the Post Office, 5,000l. per an. on the Excise, and 10,000l. on the Post Office for herself, her husband and children, 5856, 615; issues to, 181, 345, 358, 432, 443, 514, 547, 604, 607, 615, 629, 640, 688, 723, 737, 747, 749, 754, 857, 870, 875, 899, 939, 948, 959, 990, 1019, 1038, 1063, 1144, 1166, 1174, 1186, 1267, 1271, 1275, 1285, 1329, 1342, 1383, 1396, 1431, 1445, 1452, 1472, 1528, 1540, 1548, 1562, 1599, 1615, 1735, 1759, 1768, 1786, 1813, 1834, 1845, 1872, 1878, 1884, 1969, 1980, 1992, 2007, 2094, 2098, 2104, 2111, 2118, 2149, 2152, 2158.
-, 1,000l. each per an. for her two children see as under Prince George.
-, Royal bounty of 16,000l., 433, 478, 519, 534; 16,000l. for payment of her debts (paid per Sir B. Bathurst), 1422, 1445, 1451, 1471, 1498, 1506, 1571, 1586, 1634, 1647, 1680, 1702, 1715, 1728, 1750.
-, debts, 476, and see Princess Anne (royal bounty).
-, furniture for, 308.
-, goods for, 28, 335, 530, 694, 749, 916, 928, 1101, 1358, 1433, 1459.
-, lodgings in St. James's Park, 749.
-, Maids of Honour, 766, see Drumari, Mris.
-, marriage portion, 5856.
-, nurse to, 678.
-, present to, from the Princess of Orange, 530.

- ANNE SOPHIA, daughter of Princess Anne see Prince George.

- MARY, Princess of Orange, 620.
-, birthday, 2055.
-, goods for, 521, 943, 2166.
-, Maid of Honour to, 716, see Windham, Rachell.
-, pictures of, 344.
-, present to the Princess of Denmark, 530.
-, servants, detailed, 2054.

-, Mary, daughter of Princess Anne see Prince George.

Princesses, the two (daughters of James II), 1817.

Princetown (Duleek barony, co. Meath), 568.

Prinn's tenement (Carnedon Prior, co. Cornwall), 1445.

Prints (cloth), 294.

Prints (engravings, estampes or cuts), 28, 733, 1438, 1973, 1974, 2083; Victories of Alexander, 28.

Prior see Pryor.

Priors Barton (near Winchester), 1608.

Prisick, Christopher, shipmaster, 1587.

Prisons see Counter, Fleet, Gatehouse, King's Bench; Whitechapel.

Pritchard (Prichard, Pritcheard), Edward, Quaker, co. Hereford, 633.

-, -, shipowner, 212, 1009.

-, John ap, of London, gent., Recusancy recognisance, 1021.

-, Mr., barber at the Dog's Head, London, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1672.

-, Mr., Victualler, King Street, Bloomsbury, letter receiver to the Penny Post Office, 1673.

-, Roger, and his wife, Quakers, co. Hereford, 633.

-, William, alderman of London, 120; Sir William, 22.

Pritchett, Dr. John, Bishop of Gloucester, 1019.

-, Thomas, collector of Hearthmoney, co. Oxford, 427.

Pritty see Pretty.

Private ways see King's private ways.

Privateers, 1668, 1843.

Privilege of Peers, Parliament men etc., 148; cases of, 295, 427, 503; writ of, 572.

PRIVY Chamber see Royal Household.

-, COUNCIL, 331.
-, appeals to, from the Plantations, 480.
-, books or records, 1822.
-, books and paper or stationery for the Council Chamber and Office, 2015.
-, Cabinet Council, 1459.
-, Chamber, 488.
-, - keepers, 1340, 1598, see Coling, B., Cox, N.
-, clerks, 155, 346, 1248, 1256, 1506, 1795, 1797, 1938, 1994, 2012, 2017, see Nicholas Sir J., Musgrave, P., Bridgeman, W., Lloyd, Sir P., Dolman, Sir T.; attending the Council of Trade see Trade; assistant to, for attending the Council of Trade, 835, see Blathwaite, W.
-, Committees see Tangier, Trade.
-, furniture for, 934, 960, 1909.
-, law cases directed by, 1259.
-, letters to, 1562, 1563.
-, letters from, 232, 1255.
-, Lord President of (see Rochester, Earl of, Halifax, Marquess, Sunderland, Earl of), 157, 768, 894, 1627, 1855, 1907, 2085; diet and royal bounty to, 20, 44, 112, 149, 275, 281, 363, 370, 484, 703, 866, 939, 1144, 1328, 1332, 1432, 1539, 1702, 1833, 1834, 1968, 1972, 2126; payment to, for secret service, 1075; goods for, 1169, 1829; lodgings in Whitehall, 1418.
-, Lords of, 227, 538, 754, 835, 1449, 1939; attending the Treasury, 875.
-, matters before, 1096, 1177, 1344.
-, Orders of the King in Council, 35, 36, 40, 47, 68, 69, 73, 86, 97, 103, 109, 122, 125, 130, 142, 157, 165, 171, 191, 203, 226, 230, 296, 388, 392, 405, 598, 623, 671, 718, 739, 758, 872, 952, 1156, 1191, 1194, 1217, 1265, 1272, 1329, 1343, 1370, 1638, 1639, 1685, 1694, 1729, 1747, 1926, 2111.
-, Paper Office see State Paper.
-, Proclamations of the King in Council, 311, 680, 718, 836, 9001, 973, 978, 1096, 1108, 1236, 1329, 1374, 1568, 1624, 1648, 1651, 1654, 16567, 1685, 1706, 1834, 1930, 1945, 1997.
-, records, underkeeper of, see Gauntlet, J.
-, redemption money, collection accounts to be referred to, 1034.
-, references from, 23, 1565, 1567, 1648, 1711, 1825, 1960, 1961, 2045, 2080.
-, - to, 1722, 1856; from the Treasury, 199.

- GARDEN (and see Whitehall), new buildings in, work at, 542, 639, 678, 688, 754, 760, 870, 890, 904, 947, 1038, 1120, 1268, 1539, 1758, 1767, 1785, 1796, 1813, 1824, 1834, 1845, 1861, 1898, 1951; building at the King's chapel in, 1786, 2042.
-, dial in, 2121, 2139.
-, Earl of Rochester's house in, 11201.
-, gate, keeper of, see Tagg, S.
-, keeper of, 131, 1340, 1955, see Cotter, J., Richardson, R.
-, lodgings see Hampton Court, Whitehall.

PRIVY PURSE, Healing medals or angel gold for the King's use in Healing, issues for, 678, 101, 115, 149, 150, 277, 293, 297, 403, 434, 519, 522, 649, 662, 669, 939, 1093, 1159, 1176, 1222, 1285, 1327, 1357, 1498, 1595, 1665, 1735, 1760, 1843, 1861, 1952, 2126; accounts of, 36, 271, 1508, 1857, 21123; King's name to be engraved on, 68; manufacture of, see Mint; usual provision of, for Lent, 601.
-, issues for, 149, 234, 235, 241, 258, 265, 281, 310, 313, 334, 344, 353, 358, 393, 431, 456, 476, 489, 497, 505, 514, 522, 534, 543, 547, 581, 599, 606, 628, 639, 655, 668, 699, 723, 746, 760, 769, 830, 865, 894, 905, 911, 939, 985, 989, 1018, 1038, 1049, 1075, 1092, 1144, 1153, 1166, 1173, 1174, 1185, 1198, 1231, 1234, 1247, 1264, 1274, 1301, 1315, 1341, 1361, 1364, 1382, 1406, 1416, 1430, 1451, 1471, 1482, 1497, 1506, 1534, 1535, 1536, 1537, 1539, 1548, 1561, 1571, 1598, 1633, 1659, 1679, 1698, 1714, 1734, 1758, 1769, 1781, 1785, 1813, 1834, 1845, 1871, 1877, 1911, 1924, 1939, 1951, 1968, 2007, 2032, 2050, 2056, 2063, 2066, 2068, 2080, 2084, 2094, 2107, 2124, 2139, 2148; payments to, out of the farm of the Great Branches of the Revenue, Ireland, 1424.
-, keeper of, 934, see May, B., Graham, J.
-, pensions out of, 1817.
-, salaries payable out of, 1303.
-, servants payable out of, 1197.

- SEAL, Lord or Keeper of, 157, 1445, 1816, see Bath, Hy., Earl of; Manchester, Hy., Earl of; Anglesea, Earl of; Robartes, Lord J.; Clarendon, Earl of; Halifax, Marquess of; Arundell of Wardour, Hy., Lord Anglesea.
-, diet and salary, 43, 149, 275, 281, 3634, 369, 604, 607, 1369, 1372, 1430, 1539, 1541, 1702, 1833, 1834, 1968, 1972.
-, fee to, out of the Customs, 1541.
-, Commissioners for the office of (during the absence of the Earl of Clarendon in Ireland) (see Teviot, Visct., Philips, R., Evelyn, J.), 492, 517, 697, 714, 742, 812, 866, 924, 947, 1218, 1221, 1372.
-, clerks, 345.
-, docquets, regulations as to, 345, 492, 517, 805, 1972.
-, office, fees in, 367.

Prizage and Butlerage of wines (England), 1959.
-, Farmer of, see Waller, Sir W.; sub-farmer of, see Paul, J.
-, farm rent, 397; granted to the Duke of Northumberland, 397, 1589, 16346.
-, freedom of, from Customs duties, 1959.
-, Office of Butlerage see Butlerage.
-, proposals for the farm, 1959.
-, wines for the Lieutenant of the Tower, 18278.

- (Ireland) see Ireland.

Prize see Price.

Prizes by English in Dutch war, 1468 9, 1658, 1812; accounts of, 1426; Commissioners for, 462.
-, by English from Algerines, 176; a Gallee prize, 30.
-, ships, naturalization of, clause for, 2105.

-, Dutch prizes captured by the Algerines, see Algiers.

- in Scotland see Scotland (ships).

Probart see Probert.

Probe, Ann, wife of John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Joseph, son of John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Leonard, son of John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Margaret, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

Probert (Probart), William, collector of Hearthmoney, North Wales, 548, 634, 646, 650.

Proby, Sir Thomas, bart., a Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Huntingdon, 1696.

Procida, island (Italy), apples from, 1101.

Proclamations see Privy Council.

Procter, Mr., coffeeman in the Savoy, letter receiver for the Penny Post Office, 1674.

-, Peter, servant to Henry Cornish, 1361, 20078.

Progers (Proger), Edward, keeper of Middle Park, Hampton Court, 173, 306, 431, 1832, 1917, 2133; pension out of the wood farm, 4467, 500, 587; order on the fee farms, 1456.

-, Jeronima (ne Bawd), petition for B. Lloyd's debt, 779.

Progresses see King James II.

Prohibited goods see Customs prohibited.

Prole, Daniel, bid for the logwood farm, 601.

Protestants see French Protestants.

- Dissenters see Dissenters, Nonconformists, Quakers.

Prothero, Lewis, landwaiter's place, London port, 1626.

Prouce see Prowse.

Proud, Richard, tenant, Ramsey, 1921.

Providence Plantation, Governor of, 192.

Provost, the (Yorks, West Riding), concealed lands in, 1452.

Prowdfoot, Marke, Customs fraud composition, 1158.

Prowse (Prouce), Anthony, tenant of concealed land, Bermondsey, 879.

-, Samuel, rebel in the West, 424.

-, Thomas, tenant of concealed land, co. Somerset, 884.

-, William, rebel in the West, 422, 423.

Prowting, James, lands, Lindhurst, 1107.

Prujan, Philip, of Goddington, co. Oxford, Recusant, 455.

Pryce see Price.

Pryor (Prior, Pryer), Anthony, shipmaster, 212, 1009.

-, Arthur, loans on linen, 2177.

-, Daniel, Customs place, 2412.

-, Edward, Quaker, co. Essex, 632.

-, Isaac, rebel in the West, 421.

-, John, rebel in the West, 415.

-, Laurence, deputed searcher, London port, 164.

-, Math., rebel in the West, 422.

-, William, rebel in the West, 424.

Pryorland or Pryor Lanoe (Lower Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 554.

Pryors Meadow (Kilkenny City), 561.

Public Registry for servants see Registry.

Pucker, John, rebel in the West, 424.

Puckeridge, Geo., rebel in the West, 415.

Puckett, Fran., rebel in the West, 416.

Puckle (Pucle), Thomas, outroper's office, London, 2166.

Pudsey, Ambrose, sheriff of co. Yorks, 102930, 1138, 1139, 1206.

-, Lieut. or Capt. Mar., Volunteer from Holland, 1789, 2122.

-, Thomas, yeoman rider to the King's Stables, 926, 1114, 1119, 1410.

Puleston, Roger, co. Anglesea, killing of, 458.

Pulling, John, rebel in the West, 415.

Pullinger, Robert, tidesman, Bristol port, 1928.

Pulteney, Madame, see Potenay.

- (Pootenay), John, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124.

-, Sir William, land in St. James's Park, 1349.

Punvincle, alias Pinevyncle Marsh (Iwade, co. Kent), 883.

Purbeck, Isle of (co. Dorset), 1511.

Purcell, Henry, one of the King's musicians attending the Coronation, 130; provider and repairer of organs and harpsichords for the King's private music, fee and bills as, 1401, 1654, 17634, 1791.

-, Mris., mount on St. James's Garden wall, 671.

-, Richard, Army pension, 1282, 1470, 1711.

- (Purnell), Capt. Robert, in Trelawney's Regiment at Tangier, 668, 700, 711; pension on the Irish establishment, 1747.

-, Thomas, lease of Knighton tolls, 1605, 1687, 1700.

Purchas, Benjamin, lease, Auckland, Durham, 469, 693, 1111.

Purdy (Purdee), John, Gentleman of Arms, a soldier at Tangier, 901, 910.

Purfoys Marsh (Bradwell, co. Essex), 2092.

Purle, groundwork or basis for making point lace, 1186, 1224.

Purnell, Joseph, debt to Hy. Cornish, 472.

-, Robert, see Purcell.

Pursee (and see Perse), Madam, mount on St. James's Garden wall, 601.

Purton (co. Wilts), 1805.

Purvis, George, shipmaster, 487.

Pute, James, Warden of the Goldsmiths' Company, one of the jury of Goldsmiths for the Trial Pieces, 21278.

Putney (co. Surrey), 1673, 1676, 1858.

Putt, Sir Thomas, of Combe, Devon, his father's baronet fee, 1066, 1348; lands, co. Devon, 1896.

Puttman, William, rebel in the West, 422.

Puy, Du, Elizabeth, linen for the King, 444, 1427.

-, James, son of Laurence, keeper of the Pall Mall, 1406, 1409, 1758, 1770, 1963, 2013, 2017.

-, Laurence, keeper of the Pall Mall, 1406, 1409, 1758, 1770, 1963, 2013, 2017; interest in the Royal Oak Lottery, 1421.

Pwllheli (co. Carnarvon), 807.

Pyder (Hundred, co. Cornwall), 944.

Pye, Herbert, Vicar of Monmouth, 1633.

-, James, rebel in the West, 421.

-, Sir John, loans on the Linen Duty Act, 2177, 2179, 2182, 2183, 2184.

-, Lady, house in Scotland Yard, 215, 233, 1052.

Pyefleet Creek (co. Essex), 2093.

Pyesler, Cornelia de, debt to L. Santen, New York, 1707.

Pyle (Pile), George, bricklayer, Windsor Castle, 412.

-, Richard, serjeant chirurgeon to Charles II, 293, 669, 1092, 1308.

-, Sarah, passenger to Jamaica, 267.

Pym (Pim, Pyme), Sir Charles, bart., killing of, 2051.

-, John, merchant, importing Jesuits' bark, 644, 672.

-, Capt. John (Army), 1182; petition for pension, 1928; his three sons killed in the war, 2017.

-, William, lease, St. James's Park, 945, 1773.

Pyme, Richard, rebel in the West, 416.

Pynsent, Sir William, of Wilts, baronet fee, 1573.

Pyper see Piper.

Pypowder Court, Harlech Castle, 213.

Pysing, John, waiter and searcher, Marazion port, 1556; surveyor, Fowey port, 1556.

-, Theobald, axekeeper in Needwood Forest, 1312; Yoxhall and Tidbery Wards, 1374.