Padua [Italy], 96.
Paget, Mr, accompanies Cecil to
Painted Chamber (Camera Picta),
Westminster, House of Commons Committees to confer
with House of Lords in, 135.
Painter, —, a courier, conveys
despatch from Edmondes to
-, brings despatch to Privy Council from Angers, 36.
Pakington, Sir John, of Westwood
Park, co. Gloucester, Lord
Lieutenant of Worcestershire, Clark handed over to,
Palma or La Palma, Island of
Palmer (Parmer), Sir Henry, of
Howlets in Bekesborne, co.
Kent, naval commander,
meets Cecil on way to Dover,
Palmer, —, of London, wardship
of his heir, 158.
Parcar, Diego. See Bourrell, John.
Paris [France], letters and despatches dated from, 23, 28,
-, English embassy to proceed to,
-, English embassy removes from
Rouen to, 28.
-, activities of English embassy
in, 28, 32.
-, Cecil's speech to officials of, 32.
-, English embassy leaves, 34.
-, fatal quarrel between Wiseman
and Faure in, 124, 125.
-, Provost of merchants of. See
Parker, F., petition to Perceval, 2.
Parker, Sir John, Keeper of Falmouth Castle and Commissioner for anchorage and
Parker, —, of the garrison at
Berwick, Cecil recommends
promotion of, 85.
Parkins, Dr. See Parkins, Christopher.
Parkins, Christopher, Dean of Carlisle and diplomatist, his
negotiations with Denmark,
Parkinson, Mr. See Parkinson,
Parkinson, Christopher, Recorder
of Berwick, M.P. for Berwick,
his motion in House of
Parkinson, Richard, member of
Oriel College, Oxford, signs
testimonial to Lister, 191.
Parkman, Peter, of Cadbury, co.
Devon, complaints against,
Parlement (of Paris), ratifies terms
of capitulation of Ancenis
and Rochefort, 29.
-, 52, 124.
Parliament (English), copies of
Cecil's speeches in, 101.
-, 129 and n., 154(3), 193.
-, matter of wardships and their
commutation raised in, 130
Parliament (Irish), 188.
Parliament House, 135.
Parma, Alessandro Farnese, Duke
of (d. 1592), mentioned, 14,
Parmer, Sir Henry. See Palmer,
Parnell, William, of Waltham
Abbey, co. Essex, petition to
Parry, Cecil, son of John Parry, 74.
Parry, John, brother-in-law to Matthew Cecil, names his son
Parry, Sir Thomas, English Ambassador to France, 173, 190,
Pate, Edward, a King's ward, 171.
Pate, Mrs, mother of Edward
Patrington, co. Yorks, manor of,
Paul, co. Cornwall, 109.
Paulet, William, 1st Marquess of
Winchester, Lord Treasurer
(d. 1572), 4.
-, mentioned, 216.
Paulets in Godnow (Godney), co.
Lincoln, petition to Cecil
from Bailiffs of manor of,
-, Bailiffs of. See Perry, Nicholas; Oldfield, John; Brymston, Nicholas; Greaves,
Thomas; Ederich, William;
Elwood, Isaac; Bennett,
Payne, Edward, Bailiff of St.
Neots, co. Hunts, petition to
Pease, —, 8.
Peerfets, Monsieur. See Pierrefite.
Pembroke, Earl of. See Herbert,
Pembroke College, Cambridge, statutes of, 96.
Penzance, co. Cornwall, petition to
King from inhabitants of,
-, reference to burning by Spaniards of, 109, 155.
-, dispute over markets with
Pepper, Sir Cuthbert, of Temple
Cowton, co. Yorks, Surveyor
of the Court of Wards, 113,
126, 156, 169, 206, 207.
-, grant to, 174.
Perceval, Richard, secretary to Sir
Robert Cecil and Registrar
of Wards, letters to 2, 82.
-, petition to Cecil, 79.
-, petition to, 156.
Percy, (Sir) Alan (Persie, Allen)
brother of Henry Percy, 6th
Earl of Northumberland,
M.P. for Beverley, member
of House of Commons Committee, 132.
Peres, Anthony. See Perez, Antonio.
Perez (Peres), Antonio, former chief
secretary to Philip II, King
of Spain, now English agent
in France, Cecil's conversation with, 28, 32.
Perry, Nicholas, Bailiff of Spalding
and Paulets in Godnow, co.
Lincoln, petition to Cecil,
Persie, Mr Allen. See Percy, Sir
Peryam, Sir William, Chief Baron
of the Exchequer, 96, 97n.
Peterborough, co. Northants, map
of fenland between Wisbech
Petre, Robert, Teller of the Exchequer, letter to, 4.
Peyton, Sir John, Lieutenant of the
Tower of London, attempts
to reconcile Earl and Countess of Cumberland, 110.
Phelips, Sir Edward, of Montacute,
co. Somerset, M.P. for Somersetshire and Speaker of the
House of Commons, replies
to House of Lords on behalf
of the House of Commons, 132.
-, his suggestion for petition in
matter of wardship, 139.
-, conveys message from King,
Philip II, King of Spain, 6, 16(2),
18(2), 29, 32, 34, 38, 39(2),
40, 42, 45, 47, 49, 50, 51, 59,
-, petition to, 9.
-, Archduke Albert offers treaty
of peace on behalf of, 11.
-, Queen's distrust of, 12.
-, reference to acts of his Council
of State in Brussels, 17.
-, Queen's arguments to prevent
unilateral treaty of peace
between France and, 19, 20.
-, effects of Queen's sea offensive
on military resources of, 33.
-, letter to, 99.
-, urged to attack England, 99.
Philip III, King of Spain, 154(3),
-, his proclamation on friendly
relations with England, 163.
-, orders English ship to be
Philippa, daughter of Lionel of
Antwerp, third son of Edward III, King of England,
Philipps, Mr, accompanies Cecil to
-, visits wife of the Governor of
-, sent to find accommodation for
English embassy in Angers,
Phillip, Dame. See Philippa.
Phoenix, The, of London, attacked
by Spanish warship, 179.
Picardy, 15, 30, 45, 55.
-, troops sent to Ireland from, 22.
-, Cardinal of. See Archduke
Pickering (Pickeringes), Rotherhithe, co. Surrey, place called,
Pickering, Christopher, of Threlkeld, co. Cumberland, petition to Cecil, 80.
Pickering, Lewis, of Irthlingborough, co. Northants, petition to King, 205.
Pierrefite (Peerfets), Monsieur, Lieutenant to Plessis-Mornay at
Saumur, entertains English
Pigion, —, [? of Bisley, co.
Gloucester], in the service of
Mr Neale, 160.
Pigot, Richard, Fellow of Oriel
College, Oxford, signs testimonial to Lister, 191.
Pitt, Sir Edward, of Kyre Wyard,
co. Worcester petition to
Plague, The, in London, 6, 129.
-, at Waltham Cross, 112.
-, 117, 118, 120, 167, 168.
-, at Shrewsbury, 194.
-, at Newport, 198.
Pleasantries, Edmonton, co. Middlesex, reference to Burghley's
property called, 2.
Plessington, Humphrey, of St.
Martin's-in-the-Fields, London, petition to Cecil, 8.
Plessis, Madame. See PlessisMornay.
Plessis, Monsieur de. See PlessisMornay.
Plessis-Mornay, Charlotte Arbaleste, wife of Philippe de,
places her coach at the disposal of Cecil and Herbert,
Plessis-Mornay, Philippe de, Seigneur du Plessis-Marlay,
Huguenot polemicist and
politician, Governor of Saumur, 35, 52, 53, 72.
-, attends conference with English envoys, 48.
Plonden, Mr, letter from Earl of
Essex to, 81.
Plunket, Patrick, 7th Lord Dunsany, 87.
Plymouth, co. Devon, Spanish
prize sold at, 163.
Plympton St. Mary (Plympton
Mary), co. Devon, 116.
Poiteau, John, formerly of London,
deceased, mentioned, 113.
Poland, King of. See Sigismund III.
Poland, Queen of. See Anne.
Pole, William. See Poole, William.
Pollexfen, Thomas, member of
Oriel College, Oxford, signs
testimonial to Lister, 191.
Pontefract, co. Yorks, provision by
will of chapel for King's
hospitals at, 186.
Pont de Se. See Ponts-de-Cé (Les).
Pont de Sey. See Ponts de Cé
Pontoise [Seine-et-Oise, France],
English embassy at, 28.
Ponts-de-Cé (Pont de Se, Pont
de Sey) [Maine-et-Loire,
France], English embassy
disembarks at, 35.
Poole. See Poole Keynes.
Poole, Erasmus, of Poole, co. Wilts
(d. 1577), father of Henry
Poole, mentioned, 97.
Poole, (Sir) Henry, of Poole, co.
Poole (Pole), William, Sheriff of
Devonshire, 97n., 128, 217.
Poole, —, 115.
Poole Keynes, formerly co. Wilts,
now co. Gloucester, manor of,
Poor, The, 159.
-, provision by will of corn for,
Poore, Captain. See Power.
Pope, The. See Clement VIII.
Popham, Sir Francis, of Littlecote,
co. Wilts, M.P. for Wiltshire,
member of House of Commons Committee, 135.
Popham, Sir John, Lord Chief
Justice of the King's Bench,
78, 80, 209.
-, delivers message from House of
Lords to House of Commons,
Portsmouth, co. Hants, Cecil crosses
from Isle of Wight to, 74.
Portugal, reference to relations between England and kingdom
-, 98, 99.
-, Dutch ships threaten merchants from, 192.
Poultry, The, London, 98.
Power, Sir Henry, Governor of
Queen's County, Ireland,
Power (Poore) [? William], Captain,
Powis, Lord. See Grey, Edward.
Poyntz, Sir John, of Iron Acton,
co. Gloucester, complaints
Prestwood, Thomas, of Totnes, co.
Devon, son-in-law of Nicholas Goodridge, petition to
Prestwood House, co. Worcester,
Priests and Seminarists, imprisoned,
77, 112, 113.
-, banished, 219.
Prior's Grove, Enfield, co. Middlesex, reference to Burghley's
property called, 2.
Pritchard, Valentine, brother-inlaw to the wife of Matthew
Privy Council, The, petitions to, 4,
7, 75, 77, 80, 91, 110, 120,
122(2), 124, 128, 153, 169,
179, 183, 189, 193(2), 197,
199, 200, 203, 204, 207,
-, 6(2), 10, 24, 81, 92, 110, 112,
121, 131, 134, 157, 158, 163,
169, 175(2), 179, 185, 188,
190, 194, 195, 196, 202, 210,
212(2), 214, 215, 219.
-, Cecil sends despatches and joint
letters to, 24, 26, 27(2), 28,
34, 36(2), 48, 67.
-, letter from Henry IV sent to, 34.
-, reference to Book of, 193.
-, Smith banished from England
-, Clerks of. See Waad, Sir William; Edmondes, Sir Thomas; Wilkes, Sir Thomas;
Ashley, Sir Anthony.
-, Keeper of the Chamber of. See
Proby, Mr. See Proby, Peter.
Proby, Peter, of London, 129.
Proclamations, prohibiting fairs,
Proctor, John, Gentleman Harbinger to Queen Anne, petition
to Cecil, 176.
Prodigal Son, The, ship called, 163.
Provence (Province) [France], 46.
Province. See Provence.
Prowde, Solomon, of London, complaints against, 98.
Prynne, Captain. See Prynne,
Prynne, Edward, Captain, sends
news from Brittany, 23.
Puleston (Pulliston), Roger, of the
Inner Temple, London, M.P.
for Flint, member of House
of Commons Committee, 135.
Pulliston, Mr. See Puleston, Roger.
Purveyance, House of Lords proposes to discuss abuses of,
-, 146, 150.
Pycke, William, of Binley, co.
Warwick, wardship of his
Pyke, Edmund, of Martin, co. Wilts,
petition to Cecil, 206.
Pylborough, Thomas, kinsman of
Richard Wood, 88.
Pymmes, Edmonton, co. Middlesex,
reference to Burghley's property called, 2, 176.
-, plan of the garret at, 102.
-, ground plan of, 102.
Pynwhites, cloth called, 220.
Pytney, Alice, wife of Peter Pytney,
Pytney, Peter, of Stourton, co.
Wilts, petition to Cecil, 79.