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'Index: P', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 16: 1604 (1933), pp. 509-513. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112224 Date accessed: 16 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Packership, office of, 153.

Paddon, Mr., Auditor, 119.

Paderborn (Padenbru), [Westphalia], 42.

Padua (Italy), 356.
-, letter dated in, 357.

Paget:
-, Charles, 9, 11.
-, Mr., 31, 62, 63, 160.
-, William, 4th Baron, 62.

Paiton, see Peyton.

Pake, John, 467.

Palavicino, Sir Horatio, 299.

Palmer:
-, Edmund, letter from, 258.
-, John, Dean of Peterborough, letter from, 64.
-, William, letters from, 6, 116, 127, 136, 345.

Palury (Paluzzi), Jeronimo, letters to, 136, 227.

Pamber forest, (Hants.), 182.

Pannage, office of, 466.

Paris, (Parigi, Parres), 242.
-, letter dated in, 27.
-, receipt dated in, 100.
-, a book printed in, giving the French King a title to the crown of England, 7, 10, 11.
-, request for a licence to travel to, 117.
-, reported death of Prince of Orange in, 329.

Parish registers for marriages, baptisms, and burials, a plea for, 460.

Parker:
-, Sir John, letters from, 258, 369.
-, -, and fee for filing of pleadings in Chancery, 369–370.
-, Mr., 193.
-, Richard, 60.
-, William, 4th Lord Mounteagle, 62, 440, 444.
-, -, letter from, 310.
-, William, councillor of Plymouth, 152, 166.

Parkins, Dr., 431.

Parkinson, Mr., 142.

Parliament, Acts of:
-, statute 8 Hen. VI, 159.
-, statute 25 Henry VII, c. 20, 404.
-, statute 34 Hen. VIII, c. 28, 465.
-, statute 1 Edward VI, 404.
-, statute 4 & 5 Philip & Mary, 401.
-, statute 1 Eliz., 404, 451.
-, statute 1 Eliz. c. 1, 404.
-, statute 1 Eliz. c. 2, 404.
-, statute 39 Eliz., 187.
-, statute 43 Eliz. (subsidy), 72.
-, statute 43 Eliz. (Crown Lands). 378.
-, statute 1 James, 402.
-, statute 1 James, c. 20, concerning plasterers, etc., 454.
-, against Pawnbrokers, 56.
-, relating to dyeing, 226.
-, statutes against conjurors and marriage of two wives, 319.
-, statute of Confinement, 322.
-, Act of Entail, 323.
-, Act and proposals for reform of taverns and licensing of tavern keepers, 461.

Parliament, rumoured summoning of, 12.
-, committees of, apppointed, 43.
-, a bill in, for London water supply, 55.
-, Sir Thomas Sherley's bill in, 72, 143.
-, bill for Norham Castle in, 78, 451.
-, and a subsidy to James I, 132.
-, proceedings in, concerning Wardships, 141–144.
-, bill in, for annexation of £50,000 per annum, 244.
-, Lord Cobham's cause in, 253.
-, "Devonshire crew" in, 264.
-, and question of trade of England with Scotland, 359.
-, a synopsis by Cranborne of main propositions in, 425.
-, James I and, see under James.
-, see also Commons and Lords.

Parma, Prince (Duke) of, 78, 85.
-, and an attack on Sluys, 103.

Parres, see Paris.

Parrott, see Perrott.

Parry:
-, Anthony, 458 (3).
-, Dr., Dean of Bangor, recommended as Bishop of St. Asaph, 314, 391.
-, Sir Thomas, English Ambassador in Paris, 27, 100, 172, 173, 446.

Parsley, Mrs., 123.

Parsons (Persons):
-, [Father Robert], 19, 71, 110.
-, Mr., 167.

Pavye, Mr., 171.

Pawnbrokers, (the Brokers) registraries proposed, 56.

Pawton (Cornwall), manor of, 164.

Payne, Thomas, 153.

Pelham, Sir Edmond, Chief Baron of the Exchequer in Ireland, 446, 448.

Pembroke, Earl of, see Herbert.
-, [Mary], Countess of, 383.

Pembrokeshire, coalmines in, 120.

Penal Laws, execution of, Judges' opinion on, 349–350.

Penkevell [?] (Cornwall), 52.

Penkevell, Thomas, a recusant, 52.

Penne, Thomas, 36.

Penns (Penn),—, 193, 198.

Pensions, to retired army captains, 370.
-, see also under Ireland.

Pepper, Sir Cuthbert, 283, 466.

Percival:
-, Mr., letter to, 146.
-, Richard, letter from, 314.

Percy, Henry, 9th Earl of Northumberland, 120, 331, 444.
-, letters from, 257, 277, 373.
-, work of, in his garden at Sion, 360.
-, and Sir John Perrott's goods, 372, 373.

Perez, Antonio, 26, 433.
-, a book by, 198.

Periam, Sir William, Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical, 290.

Periers, manor [in Cheshunt, W. Herts.] 58.

Perkins, Sir Christopher, Master of Requests. 290.
-, statement by, to deputies for Hanse towns, 316.

Perman, George, 311.

Perrott, (Perrot, Parrott):
-, Sir James, 373, 453.
-, Sir John, lands of, 120, 453.
-, -, concealed goods and chattels of, 355, 372, 373.
-, -, as Deputy of Ireland, 453.
-, Sir Thomas, 453; his wife, see Northumberland, Countess of.
-, Thomas, of Hereford, 243.

Perse, Steven, 60.

Persons, see Parsons.

Perth, letter dated at, 169.

Peter, see Petre.

Peterborough:
-, Bishop of, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical, 290.
-, Dean of, see Palmer.

Peterson:
-, Richard, letter from, 36.
-, -, 35.

Petre (Peter), John, Lord Petre, 159, 205, 430.

Peyton (Paiton):
-, Christopher, letter from, 44.
-, Sir John, formerly Lieutenant of the Tower, 75, 404.
-, -, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical, 290.

Phelipps, see Phillips.

Philip II, King of Spain, 139.

Philip III, King of Spain, 400.
-, a licence granted by, 39.
-, prohibition by, against trade with English and Dutch, 246.
-, and Order of the Garter, 398.
-, treaty of peace and commerce of, with the United Provinces, 450.
-, a debt of, 461.

Phillips (Phillipps, Phillippes, Phelipps):
-, Edward, letter from, 325.
-, Sir Edward, serjeant-at-law, 22, 454.
-, -, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical, 290.
-, John, 153.

Pickering, Lewis, petition of, 258.

Piers, Henry, 51.

Pigott, William, 52.

Pim, —, a pirate, 258.

Pincarde, —, 311.

Pinchbeck (Lincs.), 353.

Pinford lands [Dorset], lease of, 260.

Pinson, Abel, letter from, 28.

Piracy, see under Ships.

Pistol, double-barrelled, 279.

Pitcher, Nicholas, 311.

Plague, the, (the sickness, infection), in London and Westminster, 36, 49, 77.
-, -, deaths from, 186, 383, 387.
-, -, effects of on trade, 6.
-, in Bath, 179, 190, 274, 277, 308, 311–312, 313–314.
-, in Coventry, 111.
-, in Dublin, 275.
-, at Greenwich, 208.
-, in Shrewsbury, 459.
-, in Yorkshire, 327.

Plantagenet:
-, Edmund (De Langley), Earl of Cambridge, 1st Duke of York, 331.
-, -, his wife Isabel, 331.
-, John (of Gaunt), Earl of Richmond, 331.
-, Lionel, Earl of Ulster, 331.

Plasterers, the, a protest by, 454.

Plat Pays, the, 42.

Playhouses, suggested tax on, 339.

Plimouth, see Plymouth.

Plumpton, Mr., 317.

Plymouth (Plimouth), letters dated at, 87, 107, 145, 166, 279, 340, 348.
-, council of, names of, 153.
-, farm of customs at, 348.
-, Sound, ships in, to fight the Spaniards, 258.
-, Captain of the fort at, see Gorges.
-, Mayor of, see Hawkyns.
-, recorder of, see Hele.
-, town clerk of, see Lupton.

Poe, Dr., 193, 198.

Poland (Pollonia, the Pole), wars of with Sweden, 284, 377.
-, commodities from, brought into England, 315.
-, King of, see Stephen.

Polder bulwark, see Ostend.

Pole, see Poole.

Pollonia, see Poland.

Polonois, John, 419.

Pomerania, Markgrave of, see Brandenburg.

Poole (Poulle) [Dorset], piracies reported from, 258.
-, farm of customs at, 348.

Poole (Pole):
-, Mr., 438.
-, Mr., of Devon, 365.
-, Sir Henry, letters from, 304, 318.

Pooley, Ed., a lawyer, 446.

Poorscourt, see Powerscourt.

Pope, the, see Clement VIII.

Popham (Popeham):
-, Sir Francis, 43.
-, Sir John, Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench, member of the Privy Council, 195, 256, 310, 404, 427.
-, -, letters from, 43, 62, 73 (2), 108, 118, 165, 180, 215, 308, 339, 349, 386.
-, -, letters to, 49 (2), 53.
-, -, and matters concerning the Jesuits, 35, 118, 400.
-, -, and registraries for brokers, 56.
-, -, a judgment by, 83.
-, -, and trials of cloth dyeing, 215– 217, 226.
-, -, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical, 290.
-, -, and office of records in the Tower, 346–347.
-, -, and manufacture of playing cards, 402.
-, -, as overseer of Lord North's will, 403.
-, -, proposed for the Court of Delegates, 440.
-, -, and Sir Walter Ralegh, 455.
-, -, and the Duchy of Lancaster, 465.
-, -, and suit for alnage of cloth, 466.

Porchmouth, see Portsmouth.

Porgats [?Portuguese], 229.

Portalegre, Conde de, 125.

Porter:
-, Jasper, 311.
-, Joan, 311.
-, John, 311.

Portland [Dorset], 455.

Portsmouth (Porchmouth), [Hants.], letter dated at, 192.
-, James I at, 237.
-, prison of Little Ease in, 321.
-, Lieutenant Governor of, see Berry.

Portugal, Portuguese (Portingall), 6, 441.
-, request for office of English consul in, 125.
-, new Christians of, leave Spain, 184.
-, King of, a pedigree of, 242.
-, voyage, the, 245.
-, customs with Castile, 345.

Postal endorsements:
-, Canterbury to Dartford, 212, 332, 346.
-, Dover to Rochester, 204.
-, Flushing and Dover to Dartford, 112.
-, Flushing and Sandwich to Dartford, 103.
-, Plymouth to Crewkerne, 166.
-, Sandwich to London, 329.
-, at Ware, 359.

Pot:
-, George, 376.
-, William, 376.

Poulle? Poole, q.v.

Powell, Mr., the King's receiver, 408.

Power, Captain William, letters from, 347, 358.

Powerscourt, (Poorscourt), [co. Wicklow], 255.

Poyntz, Captain, 80.

Prague, the Emperor at, 155, 156.

Prater, Richard, certificates of Ordination of, 51, 54.

Pratt, Master, and a Fellowship of Caius College, Cambridge, 59.

Prayer Book, revision or confirmation of, 35, 43.

Preface, the, see Union.

Prescott (Lancs.), Chapels of Farnworth and Rainford, curates and churchwardens of, a presentment of recusants by, 101.

Presentinis, —, 110.

President, the Lord, 259.
-, See also under Wales.

Preston:
-, -, 455.
-, Sir Amias, 249, 250.

Pretheroe, Dr., parson of Ashby, 281.

Prickett, Robert, letter from, 302.

Priests, see Roman Catholics.

Primroose, see Lepton.

Prince, the, see Charles and Henry.

Princes Risborough (Risboroughe Prince; Bucks), manor of, 313.

Privy Chamber, a lady of, 217.
-, a groom of, 195.

Privy Council (the Council), 24, 166, 180.
-, letters from, 72, 162 (2), 277, 388, 416, 417 (2).
-, letters to, 3, 25, 31, 144, 165, 174, 189, 191 (an enclosure), 194, 202, 234, 270 (an enclosure), 324, 399, 425, 426, 434 (2), 442, 454, 462.
-, names of, 42–43.
-, -, see also Carewe, Hitcham, Sydney.
-, requests to, from Lord Grey, 250.
-, and James I, 49, 399.
-, and frauds in Ireland, 76, 77.
-, and effect of treaty with Spain on war in Low Countries, 269–274.
-, answer of, to claims of Hanse towns, 316 (2), 317.
-, and annexation of lands, 413.
-, advised by Cranborne not to lose time in argument, 426.
-, and high price of corn, 464.

Privy seal for Crown Jewels, 300.

Privy seals for loans, 174, 175, 180.
-, requests for relief from, 198, 261, 294, 295, 323, 334, 348, 356, 368, 385, 434.
-, a "lewd lybell" concerning, 344.
-, see also Taxation.

Proby, Peter, letters from, 331, 334, 346.

Proctor, Sir Stephen and Earl of Derby's lands, 200, 268.
-, letters from, 282, 302, 368.
-, letters to, 301, 466.

Proverb, an old, 441.

Prussia, commodities from, brought into England, 315.
-, Markgrave of, see Brandenburg.

Puleston, Roger, 314.

Puritan recusants in Cambridge University, 398.
-, petitions to James I, see under James.

Purvey, Auditor (the Auditor), 209, 222.

Purveyance, abuse of, 43.
-, composition for, 79.
-, question of, 143, 426.



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