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'Index: P', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 15: 1603 (1930), pp. 437-441. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112185 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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Packer, Thomas, letters from, 87, 147, 384.

Packington, Sir John, 230.

Packman, Matthew, 264.

Padis Lodge, see Enfield.

Paget:
-, Charles, 165, 170.
-, -, lands of, escheated to Queen Elizabeth, 139.
-, Lady, 157.
-, William, 4th Baron, restoration of, 283.

Paisley, Lord, see Hamilton, Claud.

Palatinate of the Rhine:
-, Louis, Prince Elector of, 397.
-, -, sends representatives to France, 61.
-, -, sends ambassadors to England, 94, 95.
-, -, -, see also Solms and Plessen.
-, Philip Ludwig, Count of, 236.
-, -, his son, Wolffgang Wilhelm, 236.

Palavicina:
-, Sir Horatio, 370.
-, Lady, wife of Oliver Cromwell, 270.

Palmer:
-, Ralph, 94.
-, William, letter from, 337.

Palmozzi, Geronimo, letter to, 72.

Paluzzi, Jeronimo, letter to, 45.

Pantry, Thomas, 264.

Papists see Roman Catholics.

Paris, 45, 46, 72, 182, 287, 293.
-, letters dated at, 115, 131, 250.
-, Mr. de Rosny to arrive at, on his return from England, 152, 156.
-, a letter to the French King to be hurried to, 152, 156, 164.
-, a book printed in, giving the French King a title to the crown of England, 281, 297, 329.
-, Pope's Nuncio in, see Bubalo.

Parker:
-, Edward, 12th Baron Morley, letter from, 275.
-, Sir John, 264.
-, Mr., 37.
-, Sir Nicholas, Captain of fort of Falmouth, 24.
-, -, letter from, 29, 50.

Parkins:
-, Dr. Ch., letter from, 56.
-, Sir George, Captain of Walmer Castle, 264.

Parkinson:
-, Edmund, bachelor of law, 395.
-, Robert, bachelor of law, 395.
-, Thomas, 337.

Parks, Royal, proposal to lay common, 361.

Parliament, Acts of:
-, Statute 23, Henry VIII, 243.
-, Statute 1 Edw. VI, 1 and 2 Ph. and M., 272, 367.
-, Statute 1 Eliz., 272.
-, Statute 18 Eliz., 362.
-, Statute 5 Edward VI, cap. ii, 366.
-, Statute 25 Edw., III, 367.

Parliament, Act of, for establishing commissioners to treat of Union, 346.
-, speakers of, graced with knighthood, 72.
-, Catholics labouring for positions in 283.

Parma:
-, Duke of, denial of alleged attempt to set up as King of England, 250, 300.
-, Prince of, 163.

Parr, William, Marquis of Northampton, death of, 375.
-, -, wife of, married to Sir Thomas Gorges, 375.

Parry:
-, Anthony, 386.
-, James, his son John, and the Jesuit plot, 201, 210, 393.
-, Sir Thomas [English ambassador in Paris], authorized as ambassador to Papal Nuncio in Paris, 300.
-, -, letter to, 299.

Parsons, Father, 140.

Passage, see Channel Passage.

Patison, Matthew, and the lease of Durham House, 45

Paulerspury (Paulersperry) Lodge [Northants], letter dated from, 208.

Payne, Thomas, 264.

Payton, Sir John, see Peyton.

Peace, commissions of the, 69.

Peartt, Henry, 264.

Peerson, John, a lay parson, 262, 263.

Pelham, Edmund, Privy Councillor of Ireland, 148.

Pellam, Thomas, 215.

Pemberton, Mr., servant to Sir J. Popham, 217.

Pembroke, Sheriff of, 214.

Pembroke, Countess of, 157.
-, Earl of, see Herbert.

Pendennis (Pendenas) Castle, [Cornwall] letter dated at, 29, 50.

Penmynith [?Penmynydd, Anglesey], 40.

Pennicock (Penycocke), Walter, in arrest, 214, 228.

Pensioners, Gentlemen, 118.

Pentland (Pently) Hills (Scotland), 332.

Penycocke, see Pennicock.

Pepper, Sir Cuthbert, 394 (2).

Percival, Richard, Secretary to Lord Cecil, 164, 171.
-, -, letters from, 48, 54, 93.

Percy, Henry, 9th Earl of Northumberland, 49, 242, 394.
-, -, letters from, 382 (2), 383 (2).

Periam (Peryman), Sir William, Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, 223, 363.
-, -, Certificate of ownership of Durham Place signed by, 111.
-, -, letter to, 362.

Perkins, Sir Christopher, Master of the Requests, 224.

Peroni (Perony) S. Domitio, 73, 337.
-, -, letter from, 45.

Perphey, William, alderman of Bristol, 168.

Perrott (Perott):
-, Sir James, 121.
-, -, letter from, 384.
-, Sir John, 121, 384.
-, -, his daughter married to Sir Arthur Chichester, 197.

Persia, 79.

Peryman, see Periam.

Peryours, 71.

Pest, see Budapest.

Pestree, M. de, 160.

Peter, Sir John, 398.

Peterborough (Northants), inhabitants of, and a dispute with Yaxley (Hunts), 107.

Peterborough, Bishop of, 223.

Petersen, Simon, 125.

Petler [Brabant], Count Ernest of Nassau quartered at, 255.

Pettman, Henry, porter at Deal Castle, 261.

Pewsham, Forest of, (Wilts), 384.

Peyton (Payton):
-, Sir John, Lieutenant of the Tower, (Mr. Lieutenant), afterwards Governor of Jersey, 34, 221, 311.
-, -, letters from, 25, 92, 174, 204, 205, 207, 208, 209, 214, 215, 225, 280.
-, -, letter to, 1.
-, -, his brother Sir John, 26.
-, -, a warrant giving leave of absence to, 160, 174.
-, -, and the physicians for the Tower, 206.
-, -, son of, 208.
-, -, and the Governorship of the Island of Jersey, 208, 209, 225.
-, -, -, warrant of appointment to, 214.
-, -, relinquish his charge of the Tower, 209.
-, -, allowed in the Privy Chamber, 220, 385.
-, -, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical for Canterbury, 224.
-, -, as Commissioner to enquire concerning Watson and the conspirators, letters from, see under Commissioners.

Phelipps, Edward, letter from, 230.

Phelippes, Thomas, letter from, 134.

Phillipps:
-, Sir Edward, 224.
-, Captain Thomas, 125.

Physician for the Tower, appointment of, 206.

Physic Lecture in London, Reader of, 206.

Picardy (Pycardy), 397.
-, Expenses in, 2.

Pickeringe, Mr., 262.

Picks, Michael, letter to, 197.

Pigott (Piggott), Robert, letter from, 135.

Pindar (Pinder, Pynder) Paul, 121, 378.
-, letter from, 197.

Pinnoy, Prince of, and his brother, 160.

Pintpot, Mrs. Dame, 176.

Piracy, see under Ships.

Pisa, letter dated at, 288.

Pittocke, William, 252.

Plague, the, (the sickness, infection), mention of, 153, 164, 173, 188, 192, 198, 199, 209, 240, 256, 257, 279, 322, 370, 374.
-, proclamations and rules respecting, 189–190.
-, at Waltham Cross, 200.
-, in Westminster, and the Gatehouse, 227, 232, 268.
-, -, a statement of persons dead of, 189–190, 215.
-, in Mecklenburg, 234.
-, trial of conspirators delayed by, 244.
-, in the north 264.
-, in the City of London; orders respecting burial of persons dead of, 266.
-, in Edinburgh, 274.
-, an excuse for murders, 299.
-, a mass to St. Roche to preserve from, 387.

Plaitze, Mons. de, see Plessen.

Pleddall, John, 397.

Plessen (Plaitze), Mons. de, an Ambassador from the Elector Palatine, 61, 94, 95.

Plymouth (Plymmouth) (Devon), letters dated at, 32, 95, 151, 288.
-, Vicarage of, presentation to, 32.
-, Dutch men of war land at, 95.
-, piracy in, 151.
-, Mayor of, 228.
-, -, see also Martin and Hawkins.
-, fort of, Capt. of, see Gilbart.

Pockredg see Puckeridge.

Pointz, Sir John, 392.

Poland, (Pole, the), 13.

Pomerania (Pommern, Pomeren), Duke of, 397.
-, -, dead, 236.

Pontefract (Pomfret) Castle, (Yorks.), 33.

Pontefract Park, a claim for the lease of, 103.

Poole, Sir Henry, 397.

Pooly, Sir John, 383.

Pope, the, see Clement VIII.

Popham, Sir John, Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench, 3, 189, 222, 285, 368, 393.
-, -, letters from, 11, 34, 53, 103, 200, 201.
-, -, letter to, 363.
-, -, his son and son-in-law, 11.
-, -, his son Champernone, 202.
-, -, Certificate of ownership of Durham Place signed by, 111.
-, -, information for, 216.
-, -, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical for Canterbury, 223.

Porter, Mr., 262.

Porter, the Gentleman, office void, 24.

Portsmouth [Hants], prison at, an escaped prisoner from, 214.
-, Captain of, see Blount.

Postal endorsements:
-, Dartmouth to Hartfart Borg (?), 170.
-, Dover to Dartford, and London, 42, 191, 195(2).
-, Durham to Huntingdon, 47.
-, Hackington (St. Stephens) to Staines, 173.
-, Langar to Ware, 61.
-, Nantwich to St. Albans, 6.
-, Wetherby to Huntingdon, 80.

Postlethwait, 262.

Poston [?] (co. Hereford), 201, 210, 303.

Potter, Thomas, 215.

Poules [St. Paul's], see London and Westminster Places.

Powell:
-, John, of Faversham, deputy searcher of Whitstable, 172, 173.
-, -, 374.

Prada, Endres de, 261.

Prague, 234, 236.
-, letter dated at, 340.
-, news from, 13.
-, the Pope's legate at, 235.

Pranzi (Rensey, Renzi), Math, 220, 286.

Presland, John, a blind man, 188.

Prestley, John, 395.

Preston (co. Durham), 376.

Preston, Thomas, J.P., of Lancaster, letter from, 88.

Price (Pryce):
-, Isabel, 215.
-, -, serving the Duke of Gratz, 39, 340.

Prickett, —, 53.

Priests, see Roman Catholics.

Primonnd, Mr., of Dieppe, 130.

Prince, —, 93.

Prisoners, English, freed by Archduke Albert, 86.

Privy Chamber, Noblemen of, names of, 220, 385.
-, of Elizabeth, 375.
-, Royal Warrant concerning, 385.

Privy Council, "the Council," 20, 24, 30, 113, 117, 189.
-, letters, etc. from, 1, 38, 49, 53, 193, 305, 385.
-, letters etc. to, 3, 4, 7, 13, 33, 49, 51, 52, 60, 99, 139 (2), 148, 151, 167, 170, 176, 210, 276, 282, 288, 303, 304, 305, 306, 308, 310, 313, 340, 345.
-, proclamation of James by, 21, 23.
-, warrants of, 27, 92, 152, 194.
-, clerks of, 43.
-, banishment of priests by, 54, 66.
-, and an alleged Jesuit plot against James I, 67, 68, 144.
-, as pensioners to the King of Spain, 67, 144.
-, Lords of, Act in Council appointing, 81.
-, number to be limited, 101,
-, a cause tried before, 90.
-, alleged to have devised Watson's Plot, 216.
-, taking of, planned by Watson, and Sir Griffin Markham, 228, 233.
-, warrant to, to continue in office after Elizabeth's death, 346.
-, petition to, concerning gold mining, 353.
-, and James I, see James I.

Privy Purse expenses, 45, 74.

Privy Seal:
-, Lord, office void, 23.
-, -, see also Cecil, Sir Robert.
-, warrant for renewing of, 69.
-, clerks of, 87, 147.
-, warrants for payments under, 323.
-, application for reversion of clerkship of, 384.

Protestant Princes, 12.

Protestants, loyalty of, 279.

Prouse, —, 17.

Pryce, see Price.

Puckeridge (Pockredg) (Herts), 254.

Puleston, Roger, late Deputy Lieutenant of Flint, 40, 41.

Putney [Surrey], 201.

Pycardy, see Picardy.

Pynder see Pindar.



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