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'Index: P', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 8: 1598 (1899), pp. 608-612. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111766 Date accessed: 23 November 2014.


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P,” Udall's cipher for [?Scotland], 88, 89, 150.

Packer, John, letter from, 329.

Packington, Sir John, 102, 172.

patent for starch, 187, 233, 565.

Paddon, Robert, letter from, 200.

Paddy, Dr., 548,

Padstow, 428.

Paget, Mr., going to Italy, 294, 295.

Pagenton [? Packington], Sir John, 102.

Pagert, Monsieur, 229.

Paimpol (Penpall, Pimpoll), governor of, 82.

defence of, for the Huguenots, 350.

Palavicino :

Signor Fabricio, debt due from the Queen and the city to, 301.

Sir Horatio, 22, 301.

— his debt from the States General, 5, 10, 305, 307.

— letters from, 5, 10, 17, 24, 213, 282, 296, 297, 307, 367, 377, 462, 463, 488, 511, 547.

— suits at law, suspension of his annuity, &c., 157.

— journey into France to arbitrate between his brothers, 367.

— letter to, 284.

— effect of the Queen's suspension of his debt, 511.

— complains of excessive assessments made upon him, 547.

— patrimony placed in the Queen's hands, 548.

— brothers of, mentioned, 5, 333.

Palma, Conde de, general of the horsemen in the Spanish fleet, 58, 185.

Palmer :

Francis, 38.

Sir Henry, 452.

Pamplin, Mr., of the Rolls, 268.

Panis,” a pseudonym, 181.

Panton :

Jo., letter from, 455.

Captain Thomas, 455.

Papacy, a treatise against the, 552.

Papal Legate in France, 57.

proceedings of, connected with the peace negotiations at Vervins, 42, 120, 121.

statements about the Queen's financial state, &c., 270.

Papists, hold the maxim, Quod fides non est servanda cum heriticis, 196, 400, 401.

proceedings against, 311.

Parad, pseudonym for a fortress, otherwise called the “piece,” 472.

Pardon subject to the ordinary proviso for keeping the peace, &c., the effect of, 196.

Paris, 17, 90, 112, 193, 219, 270, 358, 367. 398.

parliament at, 7.

letters dated at, 71, 84, 112, 172, 182, 208, 269, 313, 321, 353, 358, 363, 392, 489, 492, 508.

English priests arrested in, 71.

the marshal at, 71.

“a lady” at, being treated with, for information, 114.

news from, 235, 236.

Spanish hostages arrived at, 207.

windmill without the port of St. Onory, near the faubourg, place appointed for a duel, 224, 229.

Irish or Scotch captains in, negotiations with, 516.

Parker :

one, of Boston in Lincolnshire, 311.

Sir Nicholas, 18, 427, 439, 557.

— bill for service rendered by, 64.

— letters from, 232, 258.

Richard, letter from, 246.

Parkes, Humphrey, letter from, 450.

Parkinges, John, of Stonehouse, pilot, taken by the Spaniards, 402.

Parkins, Parkens :

Mr. Dr., 187, 309.

— on a mission to Denmark, 179, 235, 475.

Captain Tucthey, deceased, 306.

Mr., 297.

Thomas, 306.

Parliament, a bill in question in, 36.

Parma, Duke of, treaty in the time of, mentioned, 105.

Prince of, 141.

Parry :

John, son-in-law of William Winston, Allt-yr-ynys, 175.

Oliffe, married to William Cecil, 175.

Parsons, Father, 265.

a book by, referred to, 338.

Parter, servant of Lord Burghley and Cecil, 115.

Parvis, Edward, 374.

Pasheley, arms of, 287.

Pasyene, a fort called, near Flushing, taken by the enemy, 26.

Pater” stands for ambassador, 193.

Patrick, Father, at the Groyne, 341.

Patten, Thomas, letter from, 560.

Paulerspury Lodge, letter dated at, 397.

Paulet, William, marquess of Winchester, 168.

lord lieutenant of Dorset, 148.

(“my lord marquis”), death of, 483, 486.

Paulet. See Powlett.

Paulone, la, gambling at Paris over, 359.

Peace negotiations between France, Spain, England and the Low Countries, 151, 154, 239, 533, 539.

Pearce, of H.M. Wardrobe, 394.

Pearcie or Pearce, Sir Richard, regiment of, at the battle and retreat to Armagh, 410, 411.

Pechos, a Spanish impost, 211.

Peice” the, an enemy's town and castle of importance so referred to, “a rod to beat Calais,” of which Colville offered to negotiate the surrender, 459, 460, 461, 472, 481.

Peke, Edward, mayor of Sandwich, letter from, 177.

Pelican, letter sealed with the print of the, 151.

Pembroke, Earl of. See Herbert.

Pembrokeshire, the Earl of Essex's influence in, 423.

Penance, 35.

Penbidel, —, the Queen's farmer of the Duchy, 272.

Pendennis Castle, letters dated at, 232, 258.

Penruddocke, Edward, 264.

Penryn, William, of Montgomery, 469.

Percival (Persyvall, Parsevall), Richard, servant to Sir R. Cecil, Cecil's “fellow,” 102, 267, 273, 378.

letters to, 82, 157, 179, 272, 301, 385, 447, 541.

Percy :

Charles, brother of the E. of Northumberland, 540.

— letters from, 416, 448.

Henry, earl of Northumberland, 540.

— letters from, 82, 539.

Thomas, constable of Alnwick, letters to, 2, 482.

— letters from, 498, 499, 510.

— proceedings to frustrate the escape of the Scottish pledges, 504, 520, 522.

family, the, 288.

Peretius, letters of, referred to, 369.

Perez, Antonio (“Mr. Antonio”), 84, 114, 185, 199, 538.

Perry, —, of Morehampton, 82.

Peryam, Sir William, Lord Chief Baron, 452.

Peru, rumour of the revolt of, 198.

Peslemesle, 351.

Pesth, taken from the Turks, 406.

Petersen, Roloffe, of Lubeck, 114.

Petit-Village, news from, 351.

Petre, John, letter from, 521.

Petworth, letter dated at. 82.

Petz, Dr., the Italian, 166.

Peyton :

Sir John, Lieutenant of the Tower, letters from, 37, 277, 406, 605.

— assessor of the subsidy, 548.

John, son of Sir John, letters from Cracow, 166, 167.

Christopher, H.M. Auditor of Ireland, 514.

— his wife, 514.

Phelipps, John, letters from, 195, 431.

Phettiplace, of Cown Allens, Glouc., his heir, a ward, 31.

Philcott. Father, a Jesuit, his dress described, 59.

'Philip,” pseudonym for the K. of Scots, 141, 146, 472, 473.

Philip, King of Spain. See Spain.

Philippo, Prince Don, of Spain, 304.

Phillips, Phillipps, Phillippes :

Henry, a musician, 498, 501.

Jo., letter from, 19.

Captain Thomas, 455.

— letters from, 350, 451.

servant to Lord Buckhurst, 514.

Phillippes's debt to the Queen, 368.

Philosophers' stone, the, mentioned, 420.

Phlos, Captain, service under the K. of France, 158.

Phœnix (Phenex), a pseudonym, 47.

Picardy, 97, 110, 568.

Pickton, Yorks, manor of, 245.

Pierian, Mons. de, 101.

Pierce, Zachary, 241.

Piers, Mr., from Ireland, 514.

Pilots of the Cinque Ports, 9.

Pimpoll. See Paimpol.

Pinhoe, co. Devon, vicar of, 388.

Pinsone, Mr., 376.

Pippin, Robert, of Cambridge, 551.

Pisa, 76.

Pitt :

Mr., 303.

— receipt from, 554.

William, one of the Tellers of the Receipt, 102, 362.

Plague, the, in Spain, 532.

Playing cards, “a remembrance concerning,” 34.

Plays (political) in dumb show in Flanders, 190, 198.

Plessington, Humphrey, letters from, 164, 179.

Plessis, Mons., 104, 108.

Plessis Bertrand (Placye Berttren, Plasey Berten, Plesie Bertrane, Plisabittree), in France, 51, 81.

besieged, 52, 101.

Pluralities, restraint of, 34.

Plymouth (Plymouth Fort, Plymouth Hoe, Plemue), 58, 64, 503 (2).

payment of the garrison in, 1, 2.

train-bands at, 19.

designs for attack of, 58, 291, 319.

a broken piece of ordnance at, asked for, 175.

person arrested at (Edward Conyers), 283, 284.

embarkation of soldiers from, 283, 338, 339, 371.

letter dated at, 310.

governor of, 381.

mayor of, 337, 338, 341, 350, 417.

— his inefficiency as a commissioner for embarkation, 339.

letter from Sir R. Cecil to, which miscarried, correspondence concerning, 337, 344, 348, 349.

ship seized and carried into, 567.

Poe :

Mrs. Dionise, letter from, 560.

Leonard, letter from, 548.

Poiskin, Walter, of Monmouthshire, 259.

Poison called hidrich, 134.

Poitou, assemblage in, 350.

Poland (Polle, Polonia), 536.

corn from, 167.

embassage from, to England, return of, &c., 167, 170.

history of, penned in Latin, 167.

King of, 166.

— his forces, &c., 166.

— absence of, 167.

— opposition to the house of Austria, 167.

— movements, naval victory over, etc., 308, 309, 474, 475.

— deposed by his parliament, &c., 365.

Queen of, effect of her death, 167.

preparations for war in, 436.

Poley, Sir John, 523.

Pomfret Park, leases of, 446.

Ponta Delgado, letter dated at, 24.

Pont Byonne, two leagues from Orleans, a barn used for Huguenot services at, 329.

Ponts, Marquis de, marriage, 181, 235, 266, 269.

Poole, defensive condition of, 142, 152.

Newfoundland fish brought to, 415.

Poole :

Captain, 503.

Mr., 71.

Pope Pius V., 189.

Pope Clement VIII., and the question of peace, 20, 249.

action towards Don Cesare, 26.

alleged offers to France, 156.

alleged permission to Englishmen to deny their profession in words, &c., 184 (2).

and the King of France, 491.

entertainment of the Queen of Spain by, 507.

attitude to the new King of Spain, 511.

alleged to have hatched a plot to kill the Queen, 512.

and the French King's proposed marriage, 567.

a law of the, “no faith with heretics,” 533.

Pope, Mr., 271.

Popham, Sir John, lord chief justice, letters from, 392, 471.

Porcelain dishes (“Pourslande dycheses”), 544.

Porchdown (Portsdown), in Hampshire, 89.

Porta Nova, 350.

Portazgo, a Spanish impost, 211.

Porteleagre, the Condé, 532.

Portland Bay, rendezvous appointed for the Spanish force. 148.

possibility of landing an army at, 152.

Portland, Isle of, mustering of, 149.

Portman, Sir Hugh, 354.

Porto Carrero, Don Juan de, general of the galleys at Cadiz, 185.

Portsmouth, 153, 243.

train bands at, 19.

mayor of, 385.

prize hulks brought into, 367.

Portugal, expectations of the people of, as regards England, and relations with Spain, 172.

Indian kings in, 189.

scarcity of corn in, 397, 398.

offer of information with regard to, 392.

the occupation of, 533.

treaty of commerce with, mentioned, 538.

King of, a letter from, to the Pope, mentioned, 189.

— son of, with the Cardinal, 555.

Kings of, pedigree of, 553.

Portuguese, Portingals, the, their traffic to the East, 189.

Florentine subjects, molestation of, 423.

who supported Don Antonio, an exception of, 538.

Possession with unclean spirits pretended by women in Lancashire (or Cheshire), 213.

Postal endorsements as to conveyance of letters, 7, 15, 36, 37, 137, 205, 215, 284, 409.

Posnicke Demstressin, secretary to the Czar of Russia, 80.

Posts, horsing of the, at Salisbury, 233.

slowness of the, 407.

Pottell, Edward, of Cambridge, 551.

Poudril, one, of Derbyshire, a ward, 394.

Poulett, Paulet, Pawlet, Pawlett :

Sir Anthony, captain or governor of the Isle of Jersey, 251, 280.

— letters from, 35, 176, 525, 528.

Lieut. George, in Jersey. 251, 465.

Hamden, his nomination for sheriff, &c., 464, 465.

Powder for H.M. ships, 34.

Powell :

David, son of Simon, 83.

W., of Lansby, 83.

Power, Powre :

— a suspected person, 407.

— a confession extracted from, 413, 414.

Sir Henry, letter from, 428.

— his services in Ireland, &c., 429.

Powl, Stephen, 294, 295.

Powle Head in Carter lane, 459.

Poynes, Mr., clerk of the Queen's kitchen, 191.

Poyntz :

Sir John, letter from, 505.

William, letter from, 345.

Prague, 166, 266.

Prater, one, an Englishman carried into Spain, 59.

Preacher, foul outrage in the north upon a, mentioned, 171.

Preaching in cathedral churches, 34.

Preddy, Mr., justice of the peace in Pembrokeshire, 422.

Predyauxx, John, letter from, 236.

Preston, Dr., late master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 160, 192.

Preston-upon-Wye, letters dated at, 82, 83.

Pretty, George, of Cambridge, 551 (2).

Price, James, of Manaughty, in the co. of Radnor, 233.

Priests, English, arrested in Paris, 71.

Primrose, Mr., in Scotland, pseudonym for, &c., 176.

Pringle (Pringell), Alexander, 47.

Printers, Hall of, petition to have a person made a printer, 257.

Printing of music, 273.

Pritchard, Prichard :

Edward of Glamorgan, 469.

Valentine, connexion of the Cecil family, 165.

Privy Council, the, letters from, 88, 274, 334, 336, 517, 550.

letters to, 9, 90, 104, 112, 397, 560.

Prizes taken, 242, 243, 247.

Proby, —, a cause between the city of London, and, 469.

Peter, letters from, 23, 441.

Provence, 28.

Proverbs and proverbial sayings :

“Whether to cherish a bird in the hand or two in the wood,” 145.

“A fowl to match his sound with my lord treasurer's jess,” 145.

Parole non pagano debiti, 150.

“An opportunity well taken is the only weapon of advantage,” 168.

“when the steed is stolen, steek the stable door,” 564.

Provost Marshals, appointment of, 334, 335.

Prymela by Morlaix, in Brittany, in the hands of the Spaniards, 81.

siege of, 100, 117.

going away of the Spaniards from, 127.

Prynne, Prin, Pryme :

Captain, bearer of letters from the Low Countries, 403, 412.

Edward, steward to the Lord Marshal of Brissack, in Brittany, letters from, 81, 100, 117, 127.

Rowland, letter from, 147.

Purbeck, Isle of, how mustered, 149.

Purefey :

Francis, letter from, 561.

Humfrey, one of the Queen's Council in the North, death of, 341, 343.

Mr., uncle of Francis, a book by, and history of his life, 561.

Purfitt, Mr., master of a ship, 11.

Purseglove, Robert, the Queen's ward, 245.

Purvie, Mr. 281.

Puthe, John, a soldier in the Essex Expedition, 23, 24.

Pytchford, R., 554.

Pyter, letter to, 154.

Pytt. See Pitti.



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