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Packer [John], 462–463.

Packington, Lady Dorothy (wife of Sir John, dau. of Humphrey Smith, widow of Benedict Barnham [d. 1639], 83.
-, her former husband [Benedict Barnham], 84.
-, letter from, 346.
-, her daughter's marriage, 346.
-, her husband. See below.
-, her brother mentioned, 346.

Packington, Sir John [1549–1625], 83, 346.

Padoa. See Padua.

Padavino [Giovanni Battista] [the Secretary to the Venetian Senate], arrives at Zurich, 118.

Padua [Italy], 226, 333.
-, letter dated from, 247.

Paget, Lord William, 4th Baron Paget [1572–1629], 61.

Paginton, Lady Dorothy. See Packington, Lady Dorothy.

Paginton, Sir John [1549–1625].
-, See Packington, Sir John.

Pagliarini (Pagliavini, Payglieriny, Pallarinne), Cavaliere, letter from, 196, 225.
-, letter to mentioned, 245, 475.

Paiva, —, a Portuguese, 69.

Pakington, Lady Dorothy. See Packington, Lady Dorothy.

Palarma. See Palermo.

Palavicino, Horatio, Marquis, Governor of Como, 115.

Pale. See English Pale.

Palermo (Palarma) [Sicily], ship seized by Governor of, 509.

Pallarinne. See Pagliarini.

Palma [nova] [Italy], powder and munitions sent to, 334.

Palmer, Richard, letter from, 84.

Palmer, Sir Thomas, death of, 2.

Palmes, George, prisoner, 110.

Palsgrave, the. See Frederick IV, Elector Palatine.

Pamfili, Cardinal, 333.

Pamont (? Pamunkey) Red Indian King of, 418.

Papal States, infantry and cavalry of the, 333. See also Paul V.

Papists. See Roman Catholics; recusants; priests; Jesuits.

Pardo, El [Spain], 341.

Pardo, Don Sancho, captain of "The Admiral," 267, 272.

Paris [France], 15–17, 67, 82(2), 163, 201, 235, 244, 249, 261, 283, 385.
-, letter dated from, 3, 33, 34, 55, 56, 68, 131, 166, 178, 235, 251, 256, 283, 358, 384.
-, "Parliament" of. See France, "Parliaments" of.
-, Nuncio at, 244. See also Paul V.
-, Doctors of Theology in, 385.
-, Chamber of Justice, 32.
-, Protestant Church in, 166. See also Huguenots.
-, Great Chamber in, 384.
-, College of Sorbonne, 385.
-, courts at, 469. See also Marble Table.
-, St. Severin, 251.
-, La Rue Zacharias, 251.

Paris, —, 56.

Parker, Aug., signs letter, Controller of Harwich, 60.
-, -, Controller of Ipswich, 47.

Parker (Parkes), Sir John, letters from, 1, 270.

Parker, Leonard, merchant of London, trading to Spain and Portugal, 443.

Parker, Matthew, Archbishop of Canterbury [1559–1575], 407.

Parker, Richard (Fellow of Gonville and Caius College), signs letter, 211(2), 386.

Parker, Wm., Lord Mo[u]nteagle [1575–1622], his sister's counsel, 9.
-, pays allowances from Lord to Lady Buckhurst, 341.

Parkes, Sir John. See Parker.

Parkins, Dr. Christopher, Dean of Carlisle [d. 1622] (Sir Christopher Perkins), letter from, 450.
-, mentioned, 46.

Parkinson, —, Alderman of Berwick, 153.

Parliament, 7, 47–8, 64, 74, 139, 153, 154–5, 258, 272, 275, 298, 300, 378, 400n, 402, 476, 480, 487(2), 509, 518.
-, with reference to union with Scotland, 108, 140, 155, 173, 426. [See also Scotland.]
-, House of Commons (Lower House), 59, 105, 154, 164, 184, 275, 355, 426, 476.
-, Speaker of. See Phelips, Sir Edward.
-, House of Lords (Higher or Upper House), 138, 140, 426.
-, See also Acts of Parliament; Scottish Parliament; Union, the; France, "Parliaments" of; Subsidy.

Parr, John, the King's Embroiderer, deceased, 432n.
-, debts due to him, 432.
-, father-in-law to Thomas Gough, 432.

Parry, Lady [? Dorothy, née Brooke, wife of Sir Thomas P., Ambassador to France], 320.

Parry, Sir Thomas, Ambassador to France, till 1606, 469.
-, Mentioned as to be sent to treat with the Archduke for peace in the Low Countries, 475.

Parsfeld, Mr. D., one of the Chaplains of the Archbishop of Canterbury, 450.

Pascala, Sig. See Paschal, Charles.

Pascault, —, 56.

Paschal, Charles (French Ambassador to the Grisons), 116–118, 333.
-, letter from, 180.

Passports, 2, 42, 123, 124, 131, 167, 189, 225, 240, 243, 269, 342, 397, 429, 496, 519.

Pastor, Ludwig von, "History of the Popes," 333n.

Paul V, Pope, 25, 54, 61, 71, 102, 115, 161, 198, 214, 242, 261, 268, 279, 295–296, 375, 414, 453.
-, preparations for war with Venice, 25, 71.
-, peace with Venice negotiated, 102.
-, his interdict against Venice mentioned, 102, 111–12.
-, peace with Venice, 111–114, 339.
-, relations with Venice worsening, 196, 226.
-, his territories, 123, 333.
-, his Nuncio, removed from Brussels to Spain. See Carafa.
-, -, to leave Venice. See Gessi.
-, his Nuncio in France (the Nonce), 112, 244.
-, the new nuncio at Brussels.
-, See Bentivoglio.
-, his legate in Poland, 186.
-, goes to Frascati, 256.
-, his bulls, 312.
-, James I engaged in composing an answer to his briefs, 375.
-, See also under Apostolic, Holy See, Papal States, Pope, and Rome.

Paulines, Sir Guy, 124.

Paulo, Father. See Sarpi.

Paules. See London, St. Paul's.

Payglieriny, Cavaglier. See Pagliarini, Cavaliere.

Paymaster for the King's Houses, 254.

Payne, Richard, petition of, 516.

Paynsley (Paynesley) [Staffs], 456.

Peace, Articles of, between Emperor and the Turks, 6.

Peace negotiations, United Provinces, Archdukes and Spain, 7, 13, 17–18, 38, 41–42, 50, 53, 68–69, 79–80, 89, 99, 133, 140, 166, 175, 200, 208, 215, 236–238, 249, 259, 268, 269, 272, 273, 280, 285–6, 294, 304–305, 315–316, 317, 322, 328, 346, 351–353, 358– 360, 376–377, 384, 468, 475, 488. See also Commissioners.

Peacock (Pecock), James, 159.

Pearce (Piers, Perse, Percy, Perseus, Peerce), Mr. or Dr., Stephen, Senior Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, 309, 366, 367, 381, 383, 404, 409, 410.
-, letter to, 349–350, 466–467.
-, letter from, 210, 325.
-, President and Senior Fellow of Caius College, 309, 349, 383, 405, 466.

Pearle. See Perle.

"Pearl" (ship), 520.

Pearls, 14, 141, 470.

Pecock, James. See Peacock, James.

Peerce, Mr. Dr. See Pearce, Mr. Dr.

Peeters, Maurice, letter from, 450.
-, his suit to the king concerning stuff made of Bombazine and no wool and his suit concerning silk dyeing, 450.

Pelham, Sir William, 444.
-, letter from, 196.

Pemberton, William, of Christ's College, Cambridge, 213, 407.

Pembroke, Countess of. See Herbert, Mary.

Pembroke, Earl of. See Herbert, Wm., 3rd Earl of P. [1580– 1630].

Pemmarton (servant to Sir John Popham, Lord Chief Justice), 281, 336.

Penarith. See Penrith.

Pendennis Castle [Cornwall], 271.

Pennington, Joseph (Commissioner for Middle Shires), signs letter to Earl of Salisbury, 6.
-, letter from, 29.
-, See also Scotland, Commissioners for Border Causes (for the Middle Shires).

Penreth. See Penrith [Cumberland].

Penrith [co. Cumberland], 29, 30, 78, 218.

Penruddock, Sir Thomas, 348.

Pepper, Sir Cuthbert (Cudbert), 199, 372, 378, 449, 502.

Pera (Constantinople) [Turkey], 245.

Percevall, Mr. See Percival, Mr. [Richard], Secretary to the Court of Wards.

Percevell, Mr. See Percival, Mr. [Richard].
-, letter to, 135, 481–482.

Percival (Percivall, Percevall), [Richard], Secretary to the Court of Wards, 182–183, 211, 313.
-, letter to, 481–2; letter from, 135, 231.

Percivall, Mr. See Percival, Mr. [Richard], Secretary to the Court of Wards.

Percy, Sir [Allan, Allen], his annuity mentioned, 85.
-, his petition concerning the light for ships in Tynemouth Castle, 390.

Percy, Charles, 172.

Percy, Dorothy, Countess of Northumberland, wife of Henry Percy, 9th Earl of Northumberland, letter from, 449.
-, pregnant, 139.
-, formerly wife of Sir Thomas Perrott, 449.
-, her jointure from Perrott's lands, 449, 451.

Percy, Henry, 9th Earl of Northumberland, 3, 64–65, 390, 413.
-, letter from, 139, 140, 171, 172, 449.
-, his tenants, 3.
-, his principal officer. See Alnwicke.
-, father of, 65.
-, steward of, 65.
-, his officers mentioned, 390.

Percy, Lady Mary, her letter mentioned, 172.

Percy, St. Perseus. See Pearce, Stephen.

Percy (Persye), [Thomas], conspirator, 307.

Percy, Thomas, Earl of Northumberland, his rising in 1569, 335.

Perkins, Sir Christopher. See Parkins, Dr. Christopher.

Perkyns, Francis, 456.

Perle, Jean [John] (a pirate), 55, 56, 502.

Peron, Cardinal de, 283.

Perrott, Sir James, 449, 449n.
-, letter from, 391, 451.

Perrott, Sir John, 444.
-, disposition of his estate, 391, 451.
-, father of Sir James Perrott, 451.
-, Lord Deputy of Ireland, 451.

Perrott, Richard, 145.

Perrott, Sir Thomas [d. 1594], 449n.

Perse, Dr. See Pearce, Mr. or Dr., Senior Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge.

Perseus, Stephen, Fellow of Gonville and Caius College. See Pearce, Stephen.

Persia, 110, 242, 450.
-, Bombazine cotton from, 450.

Persians, 333.

Persons [Robert, S. J.], 482.

Persye. See Percy [Thomas].

Pert, William, letter from, 314, 344.
-, prisoner in "the Fleet," 344.

Perth, Earl of. See Drummond, James, Lord Drummond, 1st Earl of Perth [c. 1580–1675].

Perugia [Italy], letter dated from, 67.

Peryers (Perzers, Reryers), Manor of [Herts], 144, 415.

Perzers, Manor of. See Peryers.

"Peter Bonaventure" (ship), 509.

Peterborough, Dean of, 367, 382.

Petronel, 139. See also pistols.

Peyton, Christopher, auditor, letter from, 2.
-, his letters patent mentioned, 2.

Peyton, Sir John, Governor of Jersey, 433, 494.
-, letter from, 299.
-, differences with inhabitants of Jersey, 282, 284.
-, desires a Commission to enquire into the king's revenues in Jersey, 433.

Pfäfers [Switzerland], 119; Abbot of, 118.

Pheasants, 388.

Phelippes, Phelyppes. See Phelips, Phillips.

Phelipps, Capt. Thomas, 35.

Phelips (Phelipps, Philips, Phillips), Sir Edward [of Montacute, Somerset [1560–1614], Speaker of House of Commons [from 1604], Master of the Rolls [1611–1614]], letter from, 41, 50, 59, 108, 154, 218, 242.

Philip III, King of Spain, Portugal and Naples, Duke of Milan, etc., 18, 25–26, 38–39, 69, 73, 84, 122, 146, 152, 157, 164, 168–169, 170–171, 173, 175, 179–180, 225, 240, 241, 265, 279(2), 294, 302, 312(2), 313, 315, 322, 328, 339, 352, 369, 482, 510–11, 514.
-, reply to memorials of English ambassador, 9–10.
-, court of. See Spain, Court of.
-, council of. See Spain, Council of.
-, portrait of, 73.
-, subjects of, 169, 510. See also Spaniards etc.
-, ministers of, in the ports, 10.
-, letters to mentioned, 50.
-, league with Hanse Towns, 129.
-, his dominions mentioned, 221.
-, at the Escorial, 242.
-, his copper mines in W. Indies, 272.
-, pirate seeks his protection, 229.
-, rôle of his ambassadors in relation to French intervention between Venice and the Papacy, 111.
-, claim of as Duke of Milan to be Protector of bishopric of Chur, 180.
-, his servants, pensioners and garrisons to be paid, 322.
-, his finances, 322, 339–340.
-, decrees he will not pay the merchants of Genoa, 334, 339.
-, receives promise of 12 ships of Sir Anthony Sherley in the Levant, 340.
-, "at the Pardo 'in solace'," 341.
-, peace negotiations with United Provinces 99, 236–238, 249, 273, 294, 315–6, 338–339, 369, 468, 488. [See also Austria, Archdukes of; Peace negotiations; United Provinces].
-, promises to confirm peace negotiations of Archduke and United Provinces, 273, 328.
-, releases the Dutch prisoners, 272, 312.
-, his relations with James I in connection with the projected peace in the Low Countries, 358–360.
-, his ministers who bear arms in the Netherlands excluded from the peace negotiations in the United Provinces, 384.
-, allows United Provinces to be a free State, 475.
-, Jews banished from his dominions, 473.
-, will be damaged by Brazilian trade going to England, through the Jews, 473.
-, decree of, for raising 1 million ducats a year, 477.
-, wheat belonging to English merchants seized by the Purveyor of his galleys, 493.
-, James I requested to grant especial letters for, 495.
-, See also Spain; Spanish.

Philip and Mary, grant from to Caius College, Cambridge, mentioned, 206.

Philippeville [Belgium], Governor of, 225.

Philips (Phylyps), Judge, 318.

Philips, Serjeant, 41. See Phelips, Sir Edward.

Phillipes. See Phelips.

Phillips (Phillipes), John, letter from, 135.

Phillips, John, yeoman of the Tower, 149.

Phillips, Mrs. [Mary] [wife of Thomas], 393(2).
-, letter to, 371, 386–387.
-, letter from, 397.
-, wants a passport to go to Calais, 397.

Phillips (Phillipes), Philip, Mayor of Chester, letter from, 264, 278.

Phillips, Richard, son of John Phillips, 135.

Phillips (Phelippes), Thomas, 393, 394.
-, letter from, 393, 452.
-, hopes to get the secret method of converting iron to steel from Ball, 393.

Phylyps, Judge. See Philips, Judge.

Physic, 87, 124, 135, 150, 290, 380.

Physician. See Trades and professions.

Pichelesthorne. See Pitstone [Bucks].

Pichley. See Pytchley [Northants].

Pickering, Christopher (servt. to Sir Richard Musgrave, the younger), 29, 77, 128.
-, examination of, 78.
-, plea for his pardon, 106, 218.

Pickering (Pykering), Sir Christopher, proposed as Sheriff for Cumberland, 320.
-, signs accounts, 374.

Pickering (Pyckeringe), William, held office at Sheriff Hutton Park and Castle, 471.

Pickeringlyth [co. Yorks]. See Pickering Lythe [co. Yorks].

Pickering Lythe (Pickeringlyth) [co. Yorks], 428.

Piedmont [Italy], 283.

Piercie, Thomas, 230–231.

Piers, Dr. See Pearce, Dr., Senior Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge.

Piers [Thomas]. See Piercie, Thomas.

Pigott, Sir Christopher, prisoner in the Tower, letter from, 59.

Pigott, Thomas, signs objection of Grocers of London to the patent of the Starchmaker's Company, 443.

Pimental, Juan Alonso, Count of Benavente, Viceroy of Naples, 25, 225, 234.

Pinchbeck [co. Lincoln], letter dated from, 104.

Pindamon and Astrurio, Chevaliers, challenge from, 141.

Pinnace, 179, 219–20, 421.

Pino, Monsig., 256.

Piracy, 55–58, 105, 151, 157, 169– 170, 217, 228, 311, 483, 495–6.

Pirates, 151, 157, 169–170, 228–229, 234, 310, 341, 392, 399, 402.
-, agent of, 170.
-, apprehending of, 105, 512.
-, English, 168–71, 311, 334, 392, 402, 430. See also Gyfford; Mellin; Owen; Jennings; Ward.
-, victualling of, 105, 151.
-, English mariners imprisoned in Sicily alleged to be pirates, 509.

Pisa [Italy], 246.

Pistols, ordered from a gunmaker and treason suspected, 393.

Pitstone (Pichelesthorne) [Bucks], tenants of, proceedings against Lord Chancellor of England, concerning Pitstone Wood, Bucks, 452.

Pitston[e] Wood [Bucks], proceedings concerning, 452.

Pitt, Mr. John (Mayor of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis), 30.

Pitts, Mr., 325.

Pius V, bull of, 196.

Place, Elie de la, Seigneur de Russi, French deputy to the StatesGeneral of the United Provinces, 166, 286; a commissioner, 236–8, 328.

Plagge (Plage), Regnier of Hamburg, Master of the "Jung Frau" or "Damoiselle," 122, 510–12.

Plague, 125, 126. [See also Sickness].
-, in Westminster, 1, 65, 85, 136, 157, 162, 168, 192.
-, in Lisbon, 73.
-, in Hatfield [Herts], 93.
-, in London (City), 288.
-, in Edinburgh, 216, 319.
-, in Constantinople, 333.

Plassin, Monsieur, 177.

Plata, Rio de la [River Plate, S. America], 510.

Plate, 14, 184, 266, 470.
-, His majesty's, 274.

Plemue. See Plymouth [co. Devon].

Plimu. See Plymouth [Devon].

Plymouth (Plemue, Plimu) [co. Devon], 26, 36, 58, 213, 515.
-, state of unpreparedness of, 49.
-, state of fortifications at, 88, 265, 266.
-, letter dated from, 49, 88, 90, 142, 209, 265, 266, 354, 357.
-, adventurers of, 36. See Virginia.
-, mayor of mentioned, 58.
-, Vice-Admiral of, 402. See Hawkins, Richard.
-, ? gaoler of one of the prisons of.
-, See Poppe.
-, pirate ship from, captured, 430.

Plympton [co. Devon], 58.

Pohatan (King). See Powhatan.

Poison, 124.

Poland, 25–26, 212, 331, 380.
-, affairs in, 129, 185–190.
-, borders of, 388.
-, bishops of, 186.
-, Chancellor of. See Zamoyski.
-, diet of. See Polish Diet.
-, General of the King of. See Zolkiewski.
-, merchants in, 188.
-, nobility of, 130, 185.
-, parliament of. See Polish Diet.
-, Prince of. See Radziwill, James.
-, Queen of. See Constantia.
-, rebels of (Rokusaners, Roccoshans, Rockusaners), 130, 185, 332.
-, senators of, 185.

Poland, King of. See Sigismund III.

Poles (Pollacs), 25, 186, 188, 189.

Polish ambassador to the Sultan.
-, See Danielewicz, Nicholas.

Polish Diet, 185, 332.

Pollacs. See Poles.

Pollard, —, tenant to Queen Elizabeth of the herbage and pannage of Sheriff Hutton Park [Yorks], 471.

Pompeo, Signor, 245.

Pont à Mousson (Pontamousson) [Lorraine, France], letter dated from, 130.

Pontefract [Yorks], letter dated from, 315.

Poole [Dorset], 29, 90, 122, 169, 399, 511, 512.
-, officers for port of, letter from, 29.
-, Controller of. See Sympson, Nicholas.

Poole, Sir Henry, letter from, 136.

Poole, Mr. Jeffrey, servant to Cardinal Farnese, 221.
-, his sister, — Redish, 221.

Pootye, Richard, Controller of Orford and Aldborough, 44.

Pope, the, 16, 385; [Alexander VI], granted West Indies to Kings of Spain and East Indies to Kings of Portugal, 242.
-, See also Paul V; Pius V.

Popery. See Roman Catholics.

Popham, Sir Francis, letter from, 202.
-, his father's death mentioned, 202.
-, letter to mentioned, 354.

Popham, Captain George (Customer of Bridgwater), 171.
-, letter from, 141.
-, on expedition to Virginia, 171.
-, referred to as President of the plantation [by the Virginia company of Plymouth], 356.

Popham, Sir John, Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench [d. 25 June, 1607], 42, 60, 74–75, 137, 141, 148–149, 155n, 158, 422, 435n.
-, letter to, 26–27, 110, 135, 155, 160.
-, letter from, 47, 135.
-, -, mentioned, 23, 135.
-, his handwriting counterfeited, 421.
-, death of, 155, 157, 202, 217.
-, "Late Lord Chief Justice" mentioned, 219, 281, 336, 373.
-, in connection with planting of colony, 356.

Popish Archbishop [of Cashel, Ireland]. See O'Kearney, David.

Poppe [=? Pope], gaoler of one of the prisons [? of Plymouth], 402.

Portarecca. See Puerto Rico [West Indies].

Portingall. See Portugal.

Portland Castle [co. Dorset], 105, 151, 399.
-, Governor of, 151.

Portman, John, 50.

Porto Rico. See Puerto Rico [West Indies].

Portsmouth [co. Hants], 62, 323.
-, letter dated from, 323.
-, magistrates of, mentioned, 323.
-, mayor and burgesses of, letter from, 7.
-, mayor of. See Wynter, W.
-, M.P. for. See St. John, Sir Oliver.

Portugal, 10, 99, 495.
-, laws of, 152, 510.
-, kingdom of, 152, 242.
-, - was granted the East Indies by the Pope, 242.
-, Captain General of. See Aguilar, Conde de.
-, King of. See Philip III, King of Spain.
-, Viceroy of. See Castilho, Pedro de.
-, names of merchants and citizens of London trading to Spain and, 443.
-, Jews of, called Morani, 473.
-, Prince of. See Manuel, Don.

Portuguese (Portingals), 39, 69, 71, 494–5, 512(2). See also Lisbon.

Poschiavo Turstena [Switzerland], 116.

Postmaster. See Trades and professions.

"Post Nati" case, 275, 293, 297, 388, 441, 452–453. [See also Union.]

Posts, 11(2), 12, 15, 31, 58, 123, 156, 167, 173, 175, 189, 192, 207, 218, 261, 297, 320, 324, 334, 342, 350, 360, 368, 371, 383, 387, 519.

Pott, John, 96.

Potte (Pott), Tom [Keeper of the King's Dogs], 22.

Pougues [Les Eaux, France], 249.

Poulet, Sir Richard, letter from, 452.

Powell, 197.

Powell, Edmond:
-, case against Thomas Bland, 489.
-, - Henry Burton, Thos. Bland and Edmond Hilton, 489.

Powells. See London, St. Pauls; Sermon Lane.

Powhatan (Pohatan), Red Indian King, 418.

Powle. See Poole [Dorset].

Prada, Andreas de, Secretary of State in Spain, 10.
-, letter to, 163–164.

Prague [Czechoslovakia], 23, 26, 332.
-, letter dated from, 251.
-, letter from mentioned, 331, 379.

Prata, Signor Gio. Ba., 245.

Prater, Thomas, 213.
-, case of, 162.

Precious stones. See Jewels.

Pregadi. See Venice, Senate.

President, the, 356. See Popham, George.

President, the, 155, 160. See Seville, Contractation House, President of.

Presidentship, 191, 230. See Munster.

Press, the, of men from Northumberland for Ireland, 390.

Prestbury [co. Gloucester], rectory, particulars of, 274.

Preston, Sir Amyas (Amias), 62, 454.
-, letter from, 453.
-, petitions for grant of moiety of forfeitures of vendible clothes, etc., 453.

Preston, Christopher, 50.

Preston (Prestonn), Jo[hn], Collector General of Scotland, 241.

Preston, John, Esq. (Mr. Preston of Andernes), 24, 290, 456.

Preston (Prestoun), Sir Richard[e], 436.

Prestonn. See Preston.

Prestoun. See Preston.

Prevost, Monsieur, 166.

Price (Pryce), Mr., 375.

Price, Robert, 456.

Priests [Roman Catholic] and seminarists, 20, 23–24, 137, 146, 158–159, 161, 163(2), 195(2), 201, 213, 244, 259, 266, 281, 296, 304, 318, 378, 389, 413, 419, 421, 482, 495, 500, 516. See also Jesuits.

Prince, the. See Henry, Prince, son of James I [died 1612]; Charles, Prince, son of James I.

Prince, the, 142. See Lorraine, Claude de, Prince de Joinville.

Prince, the [Spanish]. See Spain, prince of.

Principal Secretary [to James I].
-, See Cecil, Robert, Earl of Salisbury.

Printer, to King James I. See Barker, Mr.

Printing. See Books.

Printing presses, in London, 281(2), 336.
-, in Warwickshire, 281.

Prisoners, Dutch, release of by Spain, 272, 312. [For other references, see names of individuals, areas or countries concerned].

Prisons. See Gaols.

Priuli, Francesco, Venetian Ambassador to Spain, 308.

Privy Chamber, 123, 218.

Privy Chamber, gentleman of, 40.
-, Groom of. See Heiborne, Ferdinand; Marbury, Lawrence; Lepton, John.

Privy Council (the Council, the lords of the Council, the lords, etc.), 5, 12(2), 22, 23, 32, 39, 55, 68, 82, 84, 89, 91, 93, 105, 108, 119, 149, 150, 152, 155, 156, 167, 169, 170, 171(3), 172, 173, 174(2), 176, 190–1, 192, 195, 207, 223, 226, 241, 253, 254, 258(2), 279, 286, 287, 299, 301, 303, 306, 317, 324, 326, 331(2), 341, 346, 347, 349, 351, 353, 355, 356, 360, 361, 362, 374, 375, 389, 390, 391, 393, 396, 397, 400, 402, 403, 412, 413, 421, 430, 432, 434, 435, 441, 443, 451, 463, 469, 475, 478, 482(2), 489, 492, 494, 499, 501, 508(2), 510, 512, 515(2).
-, petitions to, 7, 20, 84, 397, 413, 446, 472, 509, 511, 514, 516, 520.
-, petitions to mentioned, 422, 432, 433, 493, 495.
-, letters, etc., to, 20, 50(2), 87, 90, 122, 137, 172, 178, 194, 217, 232, 235, 255, 265, 275, 278, 282, 284, 291, 317, 326, 347, 399, 458, 512, 516.
-, letters, etc., to mentioned, 62, 86, 89, 174, 189, 258, 266, 283, 347, 383, 400, 401, 508.
-, letters, etc., from, 110, 208, 260, 272, 337, 453.
-, letters, etc., from mentioned, 15, 20, 31, 44, 50, 62, 72, 128, 129, 151, 178, 194, 217, 232, 260, 278, 282, 291, 314, 326, 330, 347, 350, 360, 361, 375, 390, 401, 402, 436, 461, 482n.
-, memorial to, from French ambassador, concerning trade, 401.
-, proceedings in Case between d'Aristigny and Hareneder, French merchants, and Basset and Cole, 337, 402.
-, appointments to, 91, 173.
-, Judges nominated by, 170.
-, Clerk of, 503. See Corbet, [John]; Ashley, Sir Anthony; Smith, Sir Thomas.
-, account of negotiations with a member of, 174.
-, committee of the, 298–299.
-, thanked by James I for arranging the grant of a loan, 291– 292.
-, discuss union of Scotland and England, 275.
-, part to be played by, in Lady Buckhurst's suit, 361–362.
-, petition for a grant of concealed lands referred to them by the king, 397.
-, in connection with Guernsey and Jersey, 432–3, 493–4.
-, some members of, should be appointed to take knowledge of the grievances of students of Civil Law, 478.

Privy Seal, the, 85 100, 105, 207, 220, 223, 227, 231, 235, 240, 293, 294, 335, 396, 479, 492, 519.

Proby, Peter, burgess of Kingston upon Hull, 331.

Proclamations, references to, 19, 72, 164, 175, 192, 207, 224, 243, 258, 269, 277, 323, 330, 347, 378, 399, 401, 404n, 438n, 443, 468, 483, 500.

Proctor, Sir Stephen, 454.
-, letter from, 165.
-, his court at Fountains [Abbey], Yorks, 470.
-, distrains a mare of John Servant's, 470.

Procureur, the king's, in Jersey, 282.

Proeghi, Signer Scipione, 245.

Protestant cantons [of Switzerland], 181.

Protestant Church, in Paris, 166.
-, See also Huguenots.

Protestants
-, in Northumberland, 3–5.
-, in Galway, 134.
-, [English], in Spain, 160, 227, 341. See also Challines; Gurgeny.
-, [English] in Paris, 249. See also Huguenots.
-, and the Court of High Commission, 281. See also Puritan.

Prouse, John, Governor of the Merchants in Exeter, letter from, 311.

Prusa [Turkey], alias Bursa, 376.

Prusse. See Prussia.

Prussia, 185, 186.

Pryce. See Price.

Puerto Rico [West Indies], 26, 36.

Puerto de Santa Maria (St. Mary Port) [Spain], 493.

Pujeit, Monsr. See Pujet, Monsr.

Pujet, Monsieur, Intendant of Finances, 166, 177.

Pulford, —, 511.

Pultusk (Pultowski) [Poland], 185.

Puritanism, 203, 348.

Puritan minister, 150.

Puritans, 164.

Pursuivants, [of Roman Catholics], 137, 289, 336, 389, 419, 482, 495.

Putney [Surrey], letter dated from, 103, 190, 194, 267.

Pyckeringe, William. See Pickering, William.

Pykering. See Pickering.

Pym, William, 159.

Pyrenees, 7.

Pytchley (Pichley) [Northants], 423.



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