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'Index: P', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 5: 1594-1595. (1894), pp. 579-583. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111672 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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P., F. (Qu. Father Parsons ?), 77.

Packington, Sir John, 532.

Paddy :

Nicholas, Lancaster Herald, 518.

William, physician, letter from, 524.

Padgett. See Paget.

Padstow, 285, 468.

a ship of, 207.

Padua, 226.

letter dated at, 46.

Page :

—, a prisoner, 238.

Mr., a Hertfordshire gentleman, 341.

John, 55.

Paget :

Lord (A.D. 1554), 69.

(Padgett), Charles, a Papist in Flanders, 26, 252, 354.

— his plotting with Jaques, 182, 183.

Paige, —, an Italian resident in Antwerp, 225.

Painter, —, Queen's messenger, 43.

Palacio or Pallacio, John de, 54.

Palaissien, —, 47.

Palavesina, Antonia, 127.

Palavicino :

Henrico, son of Sir Horatio, 248.

(Paslavicino, Paulavicina) Sir Horatio, 75, 94, 179, 181, 188.

— letters from, 2, 10, 19, 27, 39, 197, 202, 210, 220, 221, 224, 234, 248, 257, 263, 306, 365, 366, 416, 462, 498, 509.

— letters to, 61, 174, 188, 357.

— his brother at Genoa, 94, 462.

— his pensions, 39.

— the Queen's debt to him, 39, 220, 224.

— his will, 248.

— his wife, 188, 248.

— his wife's mother, 2.

— her two daughters, 2.

Palma, 474.

Palmer :

Mr., of Kegworth, 25.

— a Welshman, soldier at Flushing, 341.

Barnaby, gentleman porter of Brill 240.

Sir Henry, Admiral, 173, 193, 298 bis, 300, 301, 303, 307, 316, 367, 387, 418, 492.

— letter from, 171.

— list of his ships, 307.

Panama, 477.

account of the fortifications of, 402.

Papal authority, dissertation upon, 64.

Papists (Catholics) and Recusants (Romish practices), 25, 27, 29, 31, 50, 57, 59, 60, 62, 63, 76, 91, 98, 99, 127, 184, 185, 202, 204, 210, 220, 221, 225, 238, 239, 247, 252, 256, 276, 365, 386, 403, 414, 445, 446, 447, 487, 492, 499, 526. See also Jesuits and Seminary priests.

friars, 67.

judgment of God upon, 141.

Parham, Lord Willoughby of. See Willoughby.

Paris, 122, 124, 150, 151, 225, 231, 232, 262, 263, 301, 316, 317, 346, 349, 378, 385, 386, 397, 401, 403, 428, 429, 435, 456, 464, 500.

letters dated at, 3, 45, 78, 113, 130, 167, 178, 192, 278, 348, 368, 371, 378, 386, 390, 403, 404, 417, 430, 439, 461, 473, 487.

massacre of St. Bartholomew (1572), 70.

Parliament and Council of, 317 bis, 322, 371, 385, 401.

— banishes the Jesuits, 43.

— sends an envoy to England. See Chevalier.

the Louvre, 386.

play made against the Jesuits at. See Books.

Parker :

—, 18, 290.

— his wife and children, 290.

Henry, of Queen's College, Cambridge, 448.

Matthew, archbishop of Canterbury (1559–1575), 274.

Sir Nicholas, 240, 344, 345, 346, 351, 352.

— letter from, 483.

Roger, Englishman in Spain, 357.

Parkins, Dr. Christopher, letters from, 90, 339, 369.

Parkinson (Perkinson), James, captain of Calshot Castle, 85, 86, 87, 88, 90.

— information against, 51.

Parliament, 69, 80, 135, 252, 283, 535. clerk of. See Mason, Mr.

Parma :

Alexander Farnese, prince and duke of, governor of Flanders (died 1592), 35, 225, 252, 328, 340, 416, 492.

Rainatius Farnese, prince and duke of, son of the preceding, 252, 264.

Parot. See Perrott.

Parr, Mr. Deputy, Queen's embroiderer, 341.

Parry :

Richard, parson of Llanelidan, 164.

Dr. William, conspiracy by, 25, 58, 59.

Parsons (Persons) :

—, 32.

Father Robert, 26, 252, 449, 461, 504, 515.

Partridges, taking of, 407, 408.

Partrige, —, 233.

Paskow, —, of Truro, his barque, 322.

Paslavicino. See Palavicino.

Pasmes, in Franche Comté, 289.

Passage (now La Renteria), in Spain, 164, 207, 209, 311, 383.

general of the fly boats at, 207.

Passagio, M. de, Epernon's cousin, 190.

Passy, Stanwardine, 233.

— letters from, 39, 76.

Pastrana or Pastrano, Duke of, 168, 213, 440.

Pate, Awdry, 342.

Patents. See Monopolies.

Patton, Colonel, 124.

Paul III., Pope (1534–1549), 141.

Paulavicina. See Palavicino.

Paulet (Pawlet), Captain Hampden, 523.

Payne :

Mr. servant to the Earl of Southampton, 85, 86, 87, 88.

Richard, provost marshal at Brill, 240.

Paynton, Mr., of Tichfield, 88.

Payton, Captain, 419.

Peacock, Captain, 523.

Pearfon. See Pyrfount.

Pearls (pearl stones), 198.

spoken of by Dr. Lopez, 2.

Pearsall, Persall, or Pershall :

Charles, 243.

John, son of Thomas, 241, 242, 243, 276, 528.

— declaration by, 243.

Mr. Thomas, of Staffordshire, 225, 227, 228, 241, 242, 243, 276.

— declaration by, 242.

— his son, John Pearsall, q.v.

— his wife, 228, 242.

Pearson, Robert, of Queen's College, Cambridge, 448.

Pelham :

Herbert, 227, 431, 432.

Sir William, 53.

— sent with troops to France (1563 ?), 134.

Pell, Mr., of Lincolnshire, 517.

Pembroke, Earl of, 407, 455, 460, 480, 523 five times.

— letter to, 121.

— sickness of, 128.

Pembroke, Richard, an Irish priest, 185.

Penillia, Pinillia or Penilla, Señdor 308, 377, 385.

— his man, 377.

Pennet, —, a canon of Nôtre Dame in Rouen, 506.

Pennyfather :

John, accused of poaching, 407, 408.

— examination of, 408.

— his son, 408.

Penrith, 158.

Penzance, burnt by Spaniards, 290.

Pepler, —, a gem cutter, 457.

Pepper :

sale of, 67, 94, 96, 424.

taken in the carrack, 66.

— contractors for, 96.

— petition from, 66.

— letter from (signed), 94.

Percival, Richard, letters from, 276, 421.

Percy, Sir Charles, 285.

— letter from, 487.

Peretti, Marquis, his marriage, 259.

Perez (Peres), Antonio, 20, 21, 26, 76, 97, 298 bis, 299, 301, 308 bis, 314, 317, 349, 368, 377, 378, 385, 386, 397, 398, 403, 435, 436.

— Spanish books by, 97.

Perfonn or Pyrfount, q.v.

Periam :

Thomas, letter from, 215.

Sir William, Lord Chief Baron, 238.

— letter from, 487.

Perkinson. See Parkinson.

Perlino, Colonel, executed at Vienna, 262, 263.

Perona, M. de. See Du Perron.

Perrott :

Sir John,

— lands of, 76.

(Parot) Sir Thomas, 529.

Persall. See Pearsall.

Pershail. See Pearsall.

Persian, the (Shah of Persia), his nephew's reception by the Turk, 190.

Persons. See Parsons.

Perth (St. John's Town), 57.

Peru, 452.

Peter :

Sir John, 360.

— his wife, 360.

Peterborough :

letter dated at, 12.

Bishop of. See Howland, R.

bishopric of, 333.

Peters, —, 82, 83.

Peterson, Roloff, of Lubeck, 458.

— claims a debt from the Crown, 177, 400.

Petre, Sir William, 274.

Petty, —, merchant of London, 341.

Petworth, 309.

Pewsham Chase, Wilts, 128.

Pewter, price of, 160.

Pewterers, the, 168.

Philip, Count. See Nassau.

Philips or Phillips :

Edward, 481.

John and Judith his wife, (alias Doll Pope), prisoners in Newgate, 81, 82, 83.

— examination of, 82.

John, his claim to be archdeacon of the Isle of Man, 426.

Thomas, customer of London, 40, 101.

— certificate by, 485.

Physicians, 200.

Picardy, 11, 43, 134, 150, 151, 263, 289, 301, 308, 313, 314, 316, 317 bis, 326, 333, 362, 366, 389, 404, 429, 456.

Pickenham (Pikenham), North-, in Norfolk, 279.

Pickforde :

Edward, Englishman in Spain, 357.

John, Englishman in Spain, 357.

Pickman, Captain, 521.

Picquigny (Pykynye), in France, 289, 300.

Piedmont, war in, 19, 43, 264.

Piedmontelle, —, a servant of, 479.

Pierce, —, an Irishman in Italy, 447.

Piero alias Giovanni Maria, an Italian, 305.

Piers, John, archbishop of York (died Sept. 1594), 35, 50, 92, 95.

Pigot :

Mr., 198.

Gervaise, 227, 228, 528.

William, a sergeant, 334.

Pikenham. See Pickenham.

Pilchards, tax on, 53, 387.

Pillory, the, 30, 483.

Pinckster, John de, merchant of Rotterdam, 344.

Pinillia. See Penillia.

Pio, Marco, prince of Sassolo, 189, 264.

Pipe Office, the, 153.

Piracy and pirates, 359, 519, 520.

Pirford, letter dated at 152, 153.

Pirgo, letter dated at, 207.

Pisa, fall of hail near, 264.

Pittenween (Bittinweme) priory, in Scotland, commendator of. See Stuart, Colonel.

Pittman, Mr., of Salisbury, 425.

Pitts, Mr., 214.

— his sister, 214.

Plague, the, 201, 436.

Plate, 359, 443.

Platte or Blatt, Hugh, 154, 155.

Plessington, Humphrey, letter from, 93.

Plumpton Park, 65.

Plumton, William, of Plumton, a travelling papist, 238.

Plumworth. See Plymouth.

Pluscardine, prior of, 244.

Plymouth (Plumworth), 67, 77, 173, 198, 220, 285, 290, 318, 319, 367, 396, 397, 467, 468, 477, 488, 530.

letters dated at, 115, 294, 319, 320, 324, 332, 358, 387, 418, 433, 442, 474, 489, 490.

customs return, 393.

fort of, 52, 387, 418, 490.

news from, 161, 162.

mayor of, 418, 433.

post times from, 387, 418, 433, 489.

Poceer, a signature, 278.

Poitiers (Potyers), in France, 456.

Poitou, 463.

Poland and the Polakes or Polonois, 190, 195, 262, 269, 333.

Chancellor of, opposed to war with the Turks, 195.

(Polonia), King of (Sigismund III.), 16, 17, 95, 190, 269.

— birth of a son, 269.

Widow Queen of, her treasure, 190.

Poldavy Bay, near Brest (now called Douarnenez Bay), 367, 378.

Pole, Cardinal, 69 bis, 264.

— his death, 141.

— a pronepote of at Rome, 264.

Polewhell, Mr., 178, 515.

Poley, Pooley, or Poly :

Mr. Vice-chamberlain (“Pistol's man”), 26.

—, letter to, 8.

Henry, Englishman in Spain, 357.

(Poole), Sir John, 60, 166, 183, 219.

— a debt of, 183.

Richard, a soldier in Flanders, accused of treason, 60.

— his brother, 60.

William, heir of Sir John, 183.

Pont Audemer (Ponteau de Mer), in Normandy, and its governor, 298.

Pont de Remi (Pounde Dormy), over the Somme, in France, 289, 300.

Ponteau de Mer. See Pont Audemer.

Ponting, John, 362, 363.

Pontoise, 403, 417.

letter dated at, 393.

Pontrotard alias Rosebrugg, 133.

Poole, co. Dorset, customs return, 393.

Poole or Pooley. See Poley.

Poor, Captain, 290.

Pope, the (Holy See), 74, 106, 123, 125, 184, 220, 259, 264, 369.

Pope, the :

— curse of the Queen and Realm, (by Pius V and Sixtus V), 29.

— his dominions, 67.

Pope Clement VIII. (1592–1605), 190, 259, 264, 269, 272, 317, 334, 335, 336, 344, 377, 386, 401, 402, 409, 438, 446, 447, 449, 452, 474, 499, 507, 511, 522, 530.

— his measures against the Turks, 45, 189, 190.

— negotiates with France and Spain, 185, 211.

— his nephew. See Aldobrandino.

—his sentence upon the Grand Master of Malta, 189.

Pope Gregory XIII. (1572 to 1585), 59.

Pope Pius V. (1566 to 1572), 239, 252.

Pope :

Francis, of Sarum, 407, 421.

— information against, 424.

Doll. See under Phillips, John.

Popham, —, Lord Chief Justice, letter from, 281.

Popish Plots (see also Papists), 77.

Portcullis Pursuivant, Thomas Lant, 518.

Porte, the Turkish court, 263.

Portington, Roger, 255.

Porto Rico, 264, 324.

Porto Venere, 184.

Portsmouth, 51, 108, 433.

letters dated at, 302, 307, 310, 503.

Portugal, 3, 51, 55, 56, 208, 252, 261, 264, 348, 356, 442.

claim to the crown of, 252.

expedition to, 155, 319.

King of, 346, 349, 430, 439.

— letters from, 3, 348.

— his servants, 349, 350.

— his sons, 348.

Portugalette, in Biscay, 164.

Portuguese (Portingals), 162, 308, 324. a friar and others, 153.

Portugese captains, 208.

Post horses, forged warrant for, 214, 215.

Pott, Anthony, of Carrick, 460.

Potyers. See Poitiers.

Poulett, Anthony, governor of Jersey, letters from, 15, 406.

— account of, 479.

Pounde Dormy. See Pont de Remi.

Pounde Sayent Pierrdre, Baron, slain at Dourlens, 292.

Poutone, John, arrested, 139.

Powell :

David, 241.

— his wife, 241.

T., certificate by, 211.

Power, Lord, of Ireland, 209.

Powles. See London, St. Paul's.

Powlett, —, 400.

Poynes, Mr., his suit for a monopoly, 267.

Praemunire, 80, 362.

Prague, 11, 348, 392.

Pratt, Mr., draper, 139.

Preaching and sermons, 122, 177, 225, 247, 369, 394, 493, 516.

Presburg, in Hungary, 194.

President, Lord [of the Council of the North]. See Huntingdon, Earl of.

Presteigu (Prestend), co. Radnor, 212.

Preston :

—, 362, 363.

Captain Amyas, 433.

— letter from, 115.

Hugh, brother of Amyas, 115.

Pretreguin, —, to come as French agent to England, 216.

Price :

Captain, marshall of Brill, 240.

John, 241.

Priestley, Mr., of the Council of the North, 236,

Priests. See Seminary priests.

Privy Chamber, the, 290.

Privy Council :

the (“the Lords,” “Queen's Council,” “Councillors”), 7, 13, 15, 18, 24, 25, 30, 34, 52, 53, 59, 71, 80, 83, 84, 87, 96, 101, 104, 106, 130, 132, 135, 138, 157, 173, 174, 177, 181, 183, 184, 191, 195, 197, 202, 205, 206, 211, 216, 219, 220, 223, 225, 227, 230, 233, 238, 248, 252, 254, 255, 267, 274, 275, 285, 297, 309, 315, 324, 329, 337, 338, 354, 356, 358, 362, 365, 366, 380, 381, 382, 406, 413, 414, 417, 419, 428, 445, 447, 455, 456, 460, 462, 470, 472, 480, 487, 488, 496, 505, 509, 511, 513, 514, 521, 522, 526, 527, 534, 535.

— letters from, 12, 35, 291, 295, 312, 469.

— letters to, 57, 76, 158, 173, 296, 309, 332, 466, 476, 510, 528.

— a clerk of, 18. See Ashley, A.; also Smith, T.; also Waad, W.

— petition to, 21.

Privy Seal, the, 93.

Proby or Probyn :

—, 80, 475.

Peter, letters from, 427, 525.

Protestants, 474.

Provence, 190, 317, 402, 429, 471, 530.

county of, 402.

Prowse, —, 334.

— his brother, 334.

Puckering, Sir John, lord keeper, 30, 52, 191, 204, 246, 277, 355, 439, 455, 485, 509.

— letters from, 40, 46, 108, 216, 269, 270, 382.

— letter to, 507.

Punsborne, letters dated at, 283, 292, 408.

Purfey or Purefey, Humphrey, of the Council of the North, 395, 506.

Purveyors, the Queen's, 408.

Puttrell, John, messenger, 242.

Pykering, Morris, keeper of the Gatehouse, letter from, 236.

Pykynye. See Picquigny.

Pyrfount or Perfonn (Pearfon) Castle, in France, 308, 316, 378.



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