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'Index: P', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 9: 1599 (1902), pp. 478-481. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111808 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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Pachiche, Don Diego, son-in-law to the Adelantado, 305.

Paddy, Pady, Mr., 128, 256.

Padilla, Don Juan de, son of the Adelantado, 273.

Padstow in Cornwall, 414.

Padua, 237.

letter dated at, 318.

Padwey, Mr., 236.

Paget, Mr., lands in Staffordshire, 58.

Palavicino :

Edward, letter from, 303.

Sir Horatio, letters from, 127, 129, 141, 167, 174, 233, 334, 418, 419, 434.

— the Queen's debt to, 167.

— his financial transactions for the Queen, 233.

— his zeal for the public weal, 233.

— the style of his “entertainment,” 225.

family, the Queen's debt to, 167.

Palma, 381.

Palmer :

—, lay brother at Rome, 200.

Edmond, 111.

Sir Henry, 277, 278, 336.

— to lie at Sheerness, 328, 329.

Mr., for Controllership of the Mint, 327.

William, temporal chancellor to the Bishop of Durham, 396.

Palmes, Francis, 397.

Pampalona, 297.

Pamplyn, —, 42.

Papistical books, a barrel of, seized in a bark at Fowey, 326.

Papists, English, a paper encouraging them to rise, 153.

in Yorkshire, a scheme to capture, frustrated by rain, 153. See also Roman Catholics.

Paris, 241.

letters dated at, 6 (2), 68, 69, 71 (2), 99, 139.

the Carnival in, 98.

a murder in, 99.

money for the Queen in, question of letters of credit for, 376, 379.

Parker :

Sir Nicholas, 26, 229.

— his company of horse, 70.

— letters from, 207, 218, 223, 225, 228, 325.

— at Pendennis Castle, descries a great fleet, 223.

— letters of, not answered, 225.

Virgil, alias Sneath, wardship of the heir of, 212.

Parkins :

Dr. Christopher, letters from, 76, 88, 110, 122, 296, 334, 376, 411.

— defends himself against aspersions on the methods of carrying out a foreign mission, 110.

Francis, a recusant, 76, 110.

Richard, 430.

Captain Tutcher, 39.

Parkinson :

Edmund, Bachelor of the Law, 397.

Robert, Bachelor of the Law, 397.

Parler, Mr., 214.

Parma :

Alexander of, and his son Renutius, and the right to the English Crown, 203.

Prince of, 84, 86.

— in Tournay, 61.

— opinion as to the cause of success of attacks upon England, 338.

— the marriage of, 380.

Parrot's lands, 426.

Parry :

Dr., at Lyons, 157.

Sir John, 181.

Robert, gent., of Denbigh, 405.

Parsons, Father Robert, Jesuit at Rome, 200.

his proceedings criticised by the English Roman Catholics, 202, 203.

Book of Succession referred to, 200.

Partridges killed by a hawk, 343.

Parvishe, Mr., 138.

Passage, Ireland, 171.

— reports as to ships at, 111.

proceedings of the Poer rebels near, 366.

Passport to travel desired, 149, 177.

Paston, letter dated at, 413.

Pastrona :

Juan de, letter to, 273.

Sebastian de, letter from, 273.

Peaches, 317.

Peachey, Hugh, of Westminster, 437.

Peake, John, of Talland, examination of, 136.

Pearde, Nicholas, letter signed by, 103.

Pearson, Peter and Lawrence, of Brakenthait, Cumberland, wardship of children of, 224.

Pecke, Mr., 335.

Peckham, Sir George, letter from, 129.

imprisonment, poverty, &c., 129.

Peele, Peter, 167.

Peirson, Richard, 350.

Pembroke, county of, gentlemen desirous to serve under Essex in Ireland, 54.

the forces of, ordered to be set in readiness, 313.

Pembroke :

Lady, Sydney's sister, 142.

Earl of. See Herbert.

Pendennis (Pendinas) Castle or Fort, 207.

letters dated at, 207, 218, 224, 225, 228, 326.

fortification of, &c., 224, 316, 325.

Penmarck, 329.

Penryn, William, Justice of the Peace of Denbigh, letter signed by, 405.

Pepper, Cuthbert, 396.

Perche, —, said to be taken, 243.

Percival, Perceval :

cousin of Stephen Le Sieur, 71.

Geoffrey, letter signed by, 369.

Richard, 124, 189.

— letters to, 232 (2), 378.

Percy (Percye, Pearcye) :

Alan, letter from, 68.

Sir Charles, Colonel of Foot in Ireland, 145, 147, 330.

— letter from, 93.

Sir Henry, Earl of Northumberland, 189, 396, 438.

— letter from, 32.

Mr., 26, 28 (2).

Sir Ric., 147.

Thomas, 16, 23, 66.

— letter from, 23.

Perham, John, letter from, 38.

Perrot, Perrott :

James, letters from, 54, 367.

Sir John, in Ireland, 18.

— certain lands of, 367.

Persia, King of, Ambassador from, expected in Turkey, 204.

Persian Ambassador at Constantinople, 219.

Peryam, Sir William, Lord Chief Baron, 139.

Peters, John, of Lyme or Lynn, mariner, 132.

Petre (Petere), Sir John or John, letters from, 283, 361.

Robert, son of daughter of, 361.

Pettingarr, Sp., 137.

Petty Bag, clerks of the, incorporation, 75.

Pettyman, John, 332.

Petworth, letter dated at, 32.

Pew, Thomas, schoolmaster of Wingham, a spy to be sent to Douay, 77, 84 (2), 85.

Peyton :

John, Justice of Westminster, 15.

Sir John, Lieutenant of the Tower, letters from, 237, 282, 318.

Phenwick. See Fenwick.

Phercawle, the country of the Omoloyes, 272.

Philip, King of Spain, a port bought by, 380. See also Fenwick.

Philips, Edmond, 425.

Phillipstown, 146, 330.

the blow at, 232.

Phillipps, Phillips :

—, recommended for Secretary in the Court of Wards, 176.

Captain, 146.

Captain James, 393.

William, of Newcastle, letter from, 437.

Philpot, Mr., son of, to travel in France, 75.

Phisition,” the, bearer of letters from the Queen to the Emperor of Russia 227.

Physic, mention of persons taking, 20, 71, 126.

Pickering, “old,” 223.

Pickford, one, at the Groyne, 136.

Piers, Mr., 7.

Pierson, John, of Brewood, 418.

Pike, James, master of the Trenety of Osan, 171.

Pike, the, as a weapon of offence, 338.

Pilkington, Leonard, Doctor in Divinity, 396.

Pisa, Archbishop of, 79.

Pitchford (Pitchforde, Picheforche, Pycheford), Ro., 144, 149, 161, 213, 271.

Plague, the, 172, 362.

Plash, Thomas, in the office of Ordnance, 340.

Plaskett, Robert, 229.

Platt, Messenger of the Chamber, 68.

Play exhibited on the feast of St. Thomas the Martyr, 420.

Plunket, Plunkett :

Richard, letter from, 410.

Walter, letter from, 39.

Plymouth, town or Fort, 7.

letters dated at, 82, 83, 88, 91, 93 (2), 103, 109, 110, 118, 173, 177, 193, 230, 233, 253, 262, 269 (2), 272, 292, 304, 307, 326, 329, 350, 355 (2), 362, 367, 378, 410.

letters received from, 347.

arrival of a fleet of Flemings in, 230.

alarm of an invasion of, preparations for defence, 230, 274, 292.

men pressed at, for H.M. ships at Chatham, 269.

barks sent from, for espials, 307.

instructions for the defence of, 432.

Commissioners of, 83.

corn stayed in, 103.

garrison of, formalities for payment of, increase, &c., 257, 258.

Mayor of, 83, 182, 230, 233, 262.

—, letter from, 103.

ordnance for, and increase of garrison, 250, 322, 431.

provisions for, 268, 269.

rent and mills in, 92.

rice seized at, in 1588, 24.

running post from, 152.

Spanish prisoners at, 349, 355, 366.

Plympton, hundred of, Devon, 438.

Po, River, the cutting of, 381.

Poell, Mr., 52.

Poer, Poor :

Lord and his brothers, in the garrison of Kilmayneham, &c., proceedings of, 365, 366.

Captain, brother of, 137.

David, 365, 366.

Maurice, 365, 366.

Thomas, 365, 366.

Poland (Pollaime, Polonia), King of, ships of, sunk, 184.

opposes a peace, 204.

negotiations with, 219.

English merchant ships, &c., employed by, 227.

Pollarde, Pollard :

Hugh, the regiment of, at Plymouth, 274.

Richard, keeper of the Sheriff Hutton castle and park, 157, 158, 159.

Poole, Gervas, priest at Rome, 200.

Poole in Cornwall, letter dated at, 371.

Pooley (Poolye, Powly), Captain or Sir John, 145, 331, 439.

Pope, Mr., 378.

Pope, the, niece of, marriage of, 380.

and the State of Venice, 381.

Popery in Lancashire, measures taken against, 92.

Popham, Sir John, Lord Chief Justice, 130, 220.

letters from, 73, 75, 129, 213 (2), 251, 288, 304, 327, 382.

grandson of, travelling abroad, 73.

his gratitude for the Queen's consideration, &c., 251.

commanded to send lances and light horsemen, 288.

charged with partiality, 367.

Popish :

priests and seminaries, the search for, 33.

tokens, a man with, arrested, 298.

Portar, Mr., a north-countryman in London, 369.

Porter :

a gentleman named, 239.

Jo., 425.

Portugal, corn not to be had in, 132.

King of, a reported, 290, 291.

Portuguese goods or ship seized as prize, 95, 102.

Post, the from Antwerp, 259.

Posts, 377, 393.

warrants for, referred to, 73.

Postal endorsements on letters, 97, 111, 113, 152, 182, 278, 336, 348, 383.

Poulett (Powlett), Sir Anthony, Governor of Jersey, 424.

letters from, 16, 269, 344.

at his “poor house” in Somerset, 269.

Povey, one, connected with the Lord Chief Justice, 85.

Powel, Powell :

Captain Art., 147.

Katherine, at Brussels, letter to, 211.

Power :

—, a warrant for delivery of, asked for, 208.

Sir H., Colonel of Foot in Ireland, 145, 147, 331.

Peter, letter to, 148.

William, letter from, 148.

Prayer, a form of, prepared, for the campaign in Ireland, 126.

use of special forms of, suggested, 262.

Preaching, 69.

Preestley, John, 397.

President's daughter, the, question of her marriage, 267.

Press à coquelaine in France, 98.

Pressed marines for H.M. ships, 261.

in Cornwall and Devon, 269, 271, 272, 274.

Prest, Sir Fra., 231.

Preston, Thomas, of Lancashire, 69.

Preston (Presson), 211.

Price, Dr., a member of the Council of Wales, 257.

Prideaux, Nicholas, letter from, 152.

Pringle, Dandy, a Scottish pledge, 17, 107.

Printing, a question about, 373.

Prisoner to serve as a soldier, 127.

Privy Council, attendance at the, 61.

meeting of, at Essex House, 93.

letters to, 9, 83, 103, 113, 118, 136, 152, 175, 176, 177, 189, 207, 223, 230, 231, 262, 263, 271, 274, 276, 280, 281, 292, 299, 313, 322, 325, 436(2).

letters from, 89, 187, 256, 322.

list of the officers in Ireland signed by, 147.

clerk of the, fee attached to the office, 154, 377.

Privy Seal, clerk of the, 85.

clerks of the, their interest in the deputy clerkship of the Court of Requests, 94.

holder of an office of the, 209.

Prize goods in Hamburgh ships, 95.

Proby, R., letter from, 8.

Progers, Captain, 146.

Protestant Princes, assembly of Ambassadors from, 242.

Protestants, a league against the, 123.

Prouze, Richard, letter from, 38.

Proverbs, proverbial sayings, and quotations :

“Reasons are not like garments, the worse for the wearing,” 10.

In generalibus latet dolus, 10.

“Hote of the haunte,” 104.

“The cure of dangerous distrusts is to flee cito et procul and return tarde,” 13.

Solomon's Indignatio principis mors est, 143.

“Stretch like an Oxford glove,” 144.

“There should not be too much taken out of an emptied purse, for therein is no charity,” 295.

“A house is sooner broken down than builded,” 338.

“One fine day breed not opinion that it will never be foul weather again,” 338.

“Showers lay great winds, and choler purged leaves the veins more temperate,” 341.

“They are rather to be pitied than complained of, that strive to please their humours with the prejudice of their own particular,” 341.

Puckeridge, a hamlet of Stondon and Braughing (Essex), a man with popish tokens apprehended at, 298.

Puckering, Sir John, 90.

Pudsaie, one, of Stappilton in Richmontshire, 238, 239.

Puerto Alegre (Portalegre), Condé de, in Lisbon, King of Scots corresponds with, 92.

mentioned, 273.

Puertocarrero, Don Juan, 283.

Purveyance, 396.

Pynner, Captain, 145, 331.

Pyrford (Parford, Pirford, Pyrfourde), my Lord Keeper's at, 246.

letters dated at, 22, 25 (2), 26, 27, 120, 191.

the advantages offered by “this barren place,” 191.

Pytts, William, of St. Ives, 329.



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