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'Index: P', Calendar of State Papers Colonial, East Indies, China and Japan, Volume 3: 1617-1621 (1870), pp. 571-576. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=68891 Date accessed: 24 October 2014.


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Packer, Sec. to Marq. of Buckingham, 806.

Padye, Sir Wm., 609.

Page, Geo., p. 97.

Paine, John, 717.

-, Michael, 747.

Painters, see the Great Mogul's painter, Hatfield.

Paiton, -, p. 56.

Palacatta, see Pulicat.

Palembang (Sumatra), 1174.

Palmer, John, p. 227, 610, 617.

-, Wm., p. 100, 284, 329, p. 337, 1134.

-, -, 754.

Palsgrave, the, 382, 464, 589, 631, 760-1, 814, 842, p. 375, 857, 878, 883, 927, 929-30, 955, 1095, 1107, 1110.

Palsgrave, the, consultations aboard, 755, p. 402.

-, account of men deceased in, 950.

-, commander of, see Clevenger, Capt. Chas.

-, master of, see Browne, Arnold.

-, letters dated from aboard, 763, 767.

Pampillion, see Papilion, David.

Pangasenan, Bay of (Philippine Islands), p. 402, 1095.

Paper, p. 159, 340, 490.

-, price of, 47.

Papers, office of H.M., 672.

Papilion, David, 165, 1086.

Paquin, 16.

Parente, Sir Alvise, 848.

Paria (Chiampa), letter dated from, 81.

Paris, ambassadors extraordinary from the States to, 988.

-, letters dated from, 348, 355, 787, 988.

Parish Garden, 1174.

Parker, Christopher, p. 408.

-, John, 790.

-, -, letters from-
-, 1619 : 786.
-, 1621 : 1078.

-, -, father of (his death), 786.

-, Thos., 1086.

-, Capt. Wm., p. 58, 159, 205, 216, 241, 280, 323, 479, 712, 726.

-, -, death of, 601, 609.

-, -, 697, p. 505.

Parkin alias Woollman, Henry, letter from,
-, 16l8 : 472.

Parkinson, John, p. 338.

Parliament, the happiest day ever seen in, 974.

-, gratuity to a woman that complained of the East India Company to, 1052.

Parslowe, -, 450.

Partappshawe, 172.

Partner, Anna, 450.

Partridge, Wm., 34, 88, 220.

Patani, 1, p. 2, 12, 72, 96, 140, 184, 221, 234, p. 128, 275, 407, 500, 538, 547, 554, p. 265, 718, 742, 747, 755, 760, 763, 767, 775, 787, 802, 810, 814, 835, 843, 846, 851, p. 374, 883, 908, 917, 927, 930, 948, 950, 1033, 1078, 1134, 1140.

- "begins to be forsaken," p. 107.

-, English factory in, 775, 846, 1069.

-, chief factors at, see
-, Browne, John
-, Denton, Adam
-, Gilman, Edward.

-, house built for the Company at, 466.

-, supplies for, 883.

-, the Company's heavy losses at, 933.

-, fight between English and Dutch ships at, p. 498.

-, English ships taken by Hollanders at, 767, 817-9, p. 359, 820. I., 842, 948.

-, pepper from, p. 2.

-, the Queen of, 714, 846, 1140, 1154.

-, letters dated from, 917, 921, 968, 973, 975, 1002, 1007, 1012, 1013, 1014, 1048, 1051, 1069, 1070, 1078, 1099.

Patteson or Pattesonn, Henry, factor at Tecoe, 88, 114, 136, 246, 482, 684, 762,

-, -, letters from,
-, 1617 : 6, 51, 119.

-, -, his accusations against Nicolls, 365.

-, -, his accounts, p. 109.

-, -, death of, 246, 285.

-, -, supposed to have been poisoned, 257.

-, -, his will and estate, 246, 455, 466, 672, 760, 762.

-, William, father of, 669, 672, 684.

-, Benjamin, brother of, 669, 672, 684.

Paulhill, Wm., see Polhill, Wm.

Paulson, Rich., 489.

Paw, Sir Adrian, 199.

Payne, Isaac, see Van Payne.

-, Michael, p. 359.

Peacocke, Tempest, 8, 106, 221, p. 128, 275.

-, -, his behaviour to the King of Cochin China, 277.

-, -, his murder, p. 2, p. 125, 275, 277.

Peacocks, 124, p. 159.

Pean, servant to W. Edwardes, death of, 340.

Pearls, 162, 172, 182, 187, 189, 209, 217, 270, 276, 317, 336, 557, 624, 1149, p. 495.

-, the sale of small, unprofitable, 552.

-, the great pearl of 20 carats, 790.

Pegu, 403, 404, 502.

-, the adventure to, "accounted desperate," 403, 782.

-, fear of the Hollanders spoiling trade in, 502.

-, King of, 221.

Peirce, Frances, p. 341.

-, Richard, p. 340.

Peirson, John, 808, p. 503.

Pekin (China), 244.

Pelter, Wm., 208.

Pembroke, Earl of, See Herbert, Wm.

Penguin island, 609.

Pennington, Captain, 455, 474, 480, 712, 745, 758, 762.

Pennye, Gilbert, p. 97.

Pensley, John, 1031.

Pepper, p. 2, 51, 62, 94, 96, 118, 119, 124, 134, 136, p. 56, p. 57, 146, 149, 172, 184, 194, 204, 216, 231, 238, 241, 245, p. 106, 257, 262, 323, 326, 329, p. 159, 344, 359, 360, 365, 384, 433, 445, 450, 466, 474, 480, 507, 512, 540, 590, 592, 601, p. 260, 633, p. 265, 666, 734, 753, p. 306, 760, 762-3, 767, pp. 348-9, 835, 842, 858, 879, 883, 910, 929, 939, 1070, 1097, 1099, 1103. I., 1107, 1119, 1125, 1129, p. 472, p. 474, 1136, 1152, 1168, p. 495, p. 498, p. 508.

-, price of, 1112, 1128, p. 486.

-, Bantam, annual yield of, p. 107, 1062.

-, Bantam, great harvest of, 344.

-, -, price of, p. 55, p. 474.

-, Jambi, p. 107, 418, 663, 664, 1128, p. 496, 1174.

-, -, price of, p. 55, 473, p. 374, 1128.

-, Tecoe, 1128.

-, division of Java, see Java.

-, Acheen, price of, 1128, p. 495.

-, great quantities planted, 285.

- harvest, 1174.

-, outbidding of the Dutch for, 424.

-, the mariners to pay freight for, 428.

- for his Majesty's use, 445.

-, contract for, at 20s. the ton of 1,500lbs., 783.

-, 500 tons may be sold yearly, 1174.

-, no place in Java, but Bantam yields, p. 386.

- trees destroyed at Bantam, 933.

Peppercorn, the, 2, 12, 67, 87, 111, 127, 133, 137, pp. 55-58, 234, 238, 245, 601, 603, 609, 614, 670, 775, 787, 842, 844, p. 374, 879, 883, 908, 933, 980, 1069, 1095, 1110, p. 462, 1124, 1172.

-, homeward bound, 245.

-, arrives at Masulipatam, 704.

-, - at Bantam, 915.

-, - at Patani, 1012-3.

-, at Firando, 1112.

-, master of, see Curtis, John.

-, surgeon of, 146.

-, letters dated from aboard, 137, 573, 605.

Pepwell, Capt. Henry, 40-1, 46, 54, 61, 94, 119, 127, 189, 205, 238, p. 106, p. 108, 246, 258, 297, p. 156, 403, 445, 455, 480, 499, 507, 604, 617, p. 348.

-, -, dangerously wounded, 47.

-, -, letter from,
-, 1617 : 47.

-, -, his wages and estate, 765, 768, 789, 1168.

-, -, his accounts, 791.

-, Mathew, 40.

Pequenia, port, 38.

Perak, p. 486.

Percevall, a Scottish doctor, 216.

Percy, Edward, 801.

Perdap, Shaw, 213.

Peres, Antonio, 620, 621.

Perkins, Aden, p. 100.

-, Henry, 442.

-, Robt., 442.

Permafoy, Anthony, 1171.

Perpoint, Young, 743.

Perrey, John, see Pery, John.

Perrot, Fras., p. 408.

Perry, Edward, 932, 1045.

-, -, letters from,
-, 1620 : 906, 907.

-, John, 1093.

Persia, 10, 15, 18-21, 30, 40, 60, 69, 119, 139, p. 57, 154, 172, 177, 186, 189, 209, 213, 230, 302, 331, pp. 160-1, 340, 356, 358, 531, 535, 536, 589, 750, 756, 759, 761, 778, 781, 786, 790, 828, 926, 1119, 1128.

-, account of voyage to, 47.

-, commission and instructions for trade to, 155, 156, 263, 469.

-, chief factors in, see
-, Barker, Thos.
-, Monox, Edw.

-, -, petition to be, 496.

-, factors in, 789.

-, -, letter to, 893.

-, goods vendible from England and India in, p. 159, p. 200.

-, goods vendible in England and India from, p. 159.

-, Armenians drive rich trade between India and, 54.

-, dear rates of service in, 10.

-, Roe's commission to conclude trade with, and proposals relating to, 155, 270.

-, trade settled with the Sophy of, 289, 302.

-, the Muscovy Company's trade in, 306.

-, contention in the factory of, 44.

-, climate of, p. 158.

-, 8,000 bales of silk may be yearly had from, 738.

-, the silk made in, will yearly amount to, 1,000,000l., p. 158.

-, Roe's opinion of Company's affairs at, 738.

-, danger of overthrow of trade in, p. 306.

-, project for opening a trade in, 16.

-, the Sophy remits payment of all customs in, 330.

-, suggestions for bringing commodities from, 16.

-, opinions of, and trade in, 18, 22, 37-8, 54, 56, 59, 60, 77, 90, 91, 103, 122, 127, 135, 162, 220, 276, 319, 330. I., pp. 157-158, 340, 347, 358, 380, 446, 466, 502, 532, 589, 594, 608, 753, p. 308, 754, 762, 797, 1133, 1143, 1149.

-, -, and the Duke of Russia, 307-310, 312-313.

-, the Company resolve not to proceed further in, until more certain news be received from, 284.

-, Shah or Sophy of, see Abbas, Shah.

-, poverty of the country, 753.

-, the linguists in, addicted to drunkenness, 340.

-, carrying letters to England from (certain death), p. 200, 489, 499, 526.

-, suggestions for correspondence with, 600.

-, interludes and pastimes in, 753.

-, articles of proposed treaty with, 369.

-, camel hire in, 812
-, see also Camels.

-, capitulations for trade in, 446, 584.

-, privileges granted by Shah Abbas to English in, 753.

-, want of supplies in, 600.

-, ships for, 589, 926, 1108, 1167.

-, ships arrived in, 1128.

-, -, expected from, 1128.

-, resolved to send a good supply of comodities to, 480.

-, "signs and tokens" seen in, 584.

-, dollars to be bought for, 474.

-, cloth to be sent to, 1040.

-, coral to be sent to, 469.

-, transmission of letters to, 797.

-, a coachman sent to, 557.

-, suit of armour to be sent as a present for some nobleman in, 557.

-, the Banians the chief merchants in, 446.

-, tin sent to, 624.

-, bullion sent to, 624.

-, currency of, p. 308.

-, exportation of prohibited commodities from, p. 308.

-, the Hollanders in, 356.

-, the Spaniards in, 15, 56, pp. 120-1, 356, 416, 584, 726, 753.

-, -, their insolence and pride in, p. 158.

-, -, complaints against, 122.

-, -, their ambassador in, see Silva, Don Garza de.

-, the Portuguese in, 18, 20, 75, 76, 78, 80, 91. I., 92, 97, 122, 267, 302, 330, 339, 416, 753, p. 306, p. 308, 781, 1126, 1128, 1130.

-, -, the Shah to force the, to consent to a free trade, 263.

-, -, strive by might and main to supplant the English in, 77, 753.

-, fight between English and Portuguese fleets in, 992.

-, the Turks in, 489.

-, wars between Turkey and, 446.

-, no appearance of peace between Turkey and, p. 158.

-, -, overthrown by the King of Persia, 584.

-, carpets from, see Carpets.

-, silver and gold of, 446.

-, weights, measures, and coins of, 74, 97, 330, p. 159, p. 200.

-, gulf of, 268, 416, 475.

-, see also-
-, Costack
-, Gaytoun
-, Gombroon
-, Ispahan
-, Jask
-, Kasbin
-, Lar
-, Minau
-, Moghistan
-, Ormuz
-, Shiraz
-, Tauris.

Persians, the, 45, 220.

Persian, letter in, 451.

Pert, Stephen, 609.

Pery, John, 1162.

-, -, letter from,
-, 1619 : 601.

Pestle, Wm., p. 502.

Peterson, Admiral John, 105, 250, 357.

-, Jac., 630.

Peterson, "the English umpire in Japan," 226, 320, 373.

Petre, Wm., 692.

Pett, see Pitt, Rich.

Pettapoli, 94, 403, 670, 1083, p. 496.

-, factory at, 94, 502, 780, 787, 1129.

-, -, dissolved, 1083.

-, weavers in, 502.

-, letter dated from, 502.

Pettus, Edward, 18, 59, 127, 230, p. 156, pp. 160-1, 409, 451, 600, 651, 753, pp. 306-9, 788.

-, -, letters from-
-, 1617 : 10, 74, 91-3, 97, 144.
-, 1618 : 446, 498.

-, -, letters to,
-, 1617 : 64, 68, 69.

-, -, fears of his turning Moor or friar, p. 308.

-, -, disorderly carriage of, p. 161.

-, -, dismissed the Company's service, p. 307.

-, -, begs money to buy bread, p. 308.

-, -, the East India Company's prisoner, p. 310.

-, Geo., 634.

Philip III., King of Spain, p. 2, 22, 99, 121, 122, 139, 177, p. 121, pp. 157-8, 367, 594, p. 267, 750, 753, p. 309, 988, 1156.

-, -, about suppressing pirates, 896.

-, -, his offers for the silks of Persia, 753.

-, -, his officers, 305.

Philippine Islands, the, p. 3, 221, 843.

-, the Spaniards in, 221.

-, - and Flemings in, p. 187
-, see also Hartes Bay and Island
-, Luzon
-, Manilla
-, Maravilla
-, Pangasenan.

Philipps or Phillippes, Wm., 712.

Phillippe (Dutch factor), 1099.

Phillips, Abraham, p. 339, p. 503.

-, Alice, wife of, p. 339.

-, Elmer, 1168.

Phillips (merchant), death of, 257.

-, widow and son of, 294.

Philpot Lane, see Smythe, Sir Thos., his house in.

Phippes, Humphrey, p. 340.

Pibourne, Thos., see Pybourne, Thos.

Pickering, Robt., p. 502.

-, -, Judith, wife of, p. 502.

Pictures
-, 26, 216, 218, 220, p. 107, 262, 270, p. 125, 316-7, 330, p. 159, 624, p. 309, 861
-, see also Agate, St. Paul.

Pictures of the planets, 24.

Piend, Edward, p. 97.

Pigmies, a nation of, 169, 244.

Pike, Geo., 227, 231, p. 470.

Pilchards, p. 360.

Pilkington, John, p. 225.

Pinchon, Christopher, p. 229.

Pindar, Paul, p. 230.

-, -, Sarah, wife of, p. 280.

Pinder, Francis, 834.

-, Phil., p. 227.

Pine, Christopher, 743, 781.

Pinkerton's collection of voyages, p. 301.

Pinto, Fras., 489, 514, 646.

-, -, widow of,646.

Piott, Alderman Rich., p. 99.

Pipe-staves, 249.

-, price of, 659.

Pirates, 126, 217, 249, p. 121, 289, 372, 584, 745, 759, 875, 1096, p. 462, 1137, 1156, p. 497.

-, about the suppression of, 543, 552, 557, 581-2, 589, 610, 646, 735, p. 350.

-, English captives with, 745.

-, contributions for, 769, 1092
-, see also Holland, States General, the.

Piscadores, straits of, 1110.

Pitchforth, John, p. 226.

-, -, Elizabeth, mother of, 226.

Pitt, Rich., (factor, Siam), 221, 407, 817, 846, p. 476, 1143.

-, -, letters from-
-, 1617 : 86, 89, 140.
-, 1618 : 349.

-, -, letters to,
-, 1617 : 201, 226, 407.

-, Thos., 149.

Plate, refined Japan, 206.

Pley, George, 18, 19, 60, 80, 92, 93, 127, 176, 230, p. 156, pp. 160-1, p. 200.

-, -, commission and instructions to, 155, 156.

-, -, letters from,
-, 1617 : 50, 63-5, 74, 77, 90, 91, 97, 98, 103, 144.

-, -, letters to,
-, 1617 : 59, 68, 69.

-, -, death of, 230, 302, p. 157.

-, -, his character, 330.

-, -, his goods, p. 306.

-, -, inventory of, p. 160.

-, -, wife and children of, 90, 176.

Plumer, Edward, p. 408.

Plymouth, 127, 661, 738, 762, 810, 819, 955, 1052, 1072, 1079, 1092, p. 454.

-, arrest of Dutch ship from East Indies at, 935, 938, 945-6, 954-5, 957, 961, 964.

-, letter dated from, 934.

- castle, captain of, see Gorges, Sir Ferdinando.

- Sound, 138.

Pointell, Richard, p. 340.

Poland, 464.

-, King of, 307.

-, costume of the ladies of, 570.

-, the Emperor of Russia's troubles with, 307-309.

Polhill, Capt. Wm., 34, 40, 54, 88, 119.

-, -, complaints against, 119.

-, -, letter from, 327.

-, -, death of, 846.

Poll, John, 609.

Polsted, see Poulstead, Henry.

Poola, Babbee, 363.

Poole, 808.

Pooloroon, 5, 73, 82, 128, 129, 130, p. 106, 373, 408, 409, 424, 425. I., 438, 474, 554, 623, 634, 797, 846, 989, 990, 1032, 1126, 1129, p. 476, 1138, 1153.

-, assault of, 116.

-, surrendered to the King of England, 245, 425, 623, 1126.

-, English factory in, p. 425.

-, - fort at, 609, 666, 990.

-, - Council at, p. 4.

-, - ships arrive at, 997.

-, - trade at, 245, 425. I.

-, -, -, hazard of losing, 623.

-, chief factor in, see Haies, Robt.

-, disputes with the Dutch concerning, 5, 82, 341.

-, the English resolve to defend it against the Dutch, pp. 5, 6.

-, Dutch purpose to starve English out of, 125.

-, miserable sufferings and state of the English at, 332, 623, 846.

-, the English hold out at, in spite of Hollanders, 746, 883.

-, fight between English and Dutch near, 332, 344, 552, 554, 990.

-, English ships taken by Dutch at or near,
-, see Attendance
-, Solomon
-, Swan.

-, taken by the Dutch, 990, 997.

-, the Dutch Commander at, 5.

-, -, letter to,
-, 1617 : p. 6.

-, -, letter from,
-, 1617 : p. 6.

-, annual yield of spices in, p. 386.

-, letters dated from, 409, 554, 585.

Pooloway, 5, 82, 334, 666, 1032, 1129.

-, surrendered to the King of England, 245, 623.

-, English factory in, p. 425.

-, worth all the islands of Banda, p. 424.

-, fight between English and Hollanders before, 344.

-, English prisoners of the Dutch in, and their treatment, 409, 623, 634.

-, -, letters to,
-, 1619 : 554, 585.

- taken by the Flemings, and the English forced to fly, 245.

-, annual yield of spices in, p. 386.

-, Dutch conquest of the fort of, p. 4.

-, Dutch shipping at, 5.

-, Castle Revenge, garrison charges of, 1113.

-, letter dated from, 1032.

Pope, the, sent to by King James (as reported), 819.

-, his legate in Persia, the, 753.

Poplar, 249.

Porcelain, 337, 403, 775, 979, 1083, 1129, 1134, 1160, p. 495.

Pordage, -, 783.

Pore, Robt., pp. 55-6.

Porie, Thos., 149, p. 96, 805.

Porter, David, 1171.

-, George, 1171.

-, Margaret, 442.

-, John, p. 359.

-, Matthew, 395.

Portis, John,p. 360.

-, -, his woman, see Maddalina.

Portland 726.

- Road, letter dated from, 723.

Portsmouth, p. 350.

Portuguese, the, 22, 58, 210, 343.

-, Guzerat cloth imported by, 19.

-, preparing an armada against the English, 750.

-, galleons, p. 3.

- -, destroyed and taken by the Dutch, 47, 160.

- -, taken prize by the English, 127, 154, 193.

- -, preparing for a voyage to the East Indies, 928.

-, ambassador to Persia from, see Persia.

-, Vice-King of, 177.

-, letters in, 539, 620, 621.

Pory, John, letters from,
-, 1618 : 467, 475.

Potatoes, 1160.

Potten, Lawrence, 184.

Poulstead, Powlsted, Polsted, or Polstead, Henry, p. 57, pp. 229-230, 783, 785, p. 341, 1039.

Poultney, Jas., 161, 194.

Povey, Justinian, p. 99.

Powder, 237, 265, 287, 450, 734, p. 360, 1130, 1136, 1167.

-, bad quality of, 990.

Powell, John, see Powle, John.

-, Humphrey, pp. 226-7, p. 339.

-, Sir Stephen, 776.

-, William, son of Humphrey, pp. 226-7, p. 339.

-, Thos., p. 227.

Power, Sir Henry, Viscount of Valentia, 1154.

Powers, -, 259.

-, Walter, p. 338.

Powes, John, p. 337.

-, Richard (deceased), p. 337.

Powle, John, 240, 421, p. 266, 990.

-, -, letters from,
-, 1618 : 381, 390, 393, 497.

-, -, his disputes with Ufflete, 415.

Powlsted, see Poulstead, Henry.

Prat, Joseph, 842, p. 408.

-, Mary, wife of, p. 408.

Preachers, see Ministers.

Precious stones, 49, 221, 276, 317, 385, 648, P. 307.

- of a large size, 370.

-, Sir Thos. Roe recommends that one worth 20,000l. be sent to India,317
-, see also Diamonds
-, Emeralds
-, Jewels
-, Pearls
-, Rubies.

Preistley, Wm., p. 56, p. 230.

Prescott, Edward, p. 231, p. 341, 1092.

Presson, see Preston, Raph.

Prester John's country, 659, 754.

Preston, George, 740.

-, John, p. 98, p. 100.

-, Ralph, brother of George, 808.

-, -, death of, 127.

-, -, estate of, 740.

Prettye, Robt., 678.

Priaman (Sumatra), 38, 40, 94, 257, 597, 643, 670, 747, 755, 760, 763-4, 767, 775, 778, 843, 845, pp. 374-5, 1136.

-, trade at, 257, 285, 933.

-, the Dutch suitors for trade at, 51, 281, 285.

-, gold, 36.

Prianer, Peter, p. 505.

Priaux, Peter, p. 341.

Price, John, 111.

-, Robt., 149, 738.

Primrose, the, 1119.

Prince, the, see Kharrum, Prince.

Pring, Capt. Martin (captain of the James Royal), 147, 154, 155, 156, 158, 162, 173, 186, 193, 220, 245, p. 107, 248, 392, 418, 424, 447, 467, 525, 531, 562, 601, 602, 609, 624, p. 266, 670, 742, 745-747, 754, 759, 767, 775, 782, 787, 797, 802, 814, 822, 824, 844, p. 374, 878, 883, 910, 926, 929, 939, 948, 979, 980, 1015, 1066, 1096, 1100, 1109, 1111, 1120, p. 470, 1133, pp. 474-5, 1136, 1138, 1145, 1161.

-, -, commissions from, 188, 286, 298.

-, -, consultations by, 296, 508.

-, -, letters from-
-, 1617 : 193.
-, 1618 : 302, 423, 444.
-, 1619 : 643.

-, -, letters to-
-, 1617 : 187.
-, 1618 : 270, 293, 512, 524.
-, 1619 : 538, 602, 607.

-, -, articles of peace between Kings of Great Britain and Jacatra concluded by, 477.

-, -, his opinion on the junction of the Dutch and English East India Companies, p. 267.

-, -, his meeting with General Coen, 934.

-, -, the Portuguese complain of hostilities of his fleet, 303, 759.

-, -, sailed for England, 851.

-, -, his journals, 617.

-, -, examinations of, p. 472, p. 475, 1136, 1138.

-, -, his character, 1136.

-, -, his wages, 1161, 1171.

Privy Counci., the, 16, 176, 182, 224, 231, 241, 255, 262, 284, 301, 306, 377, 383, 391, 395, 397, 421, 425, 438, 443, 505, 506, 527, 534, 581, 700, 768, 777, 799, 801, p. 345, pp. 349-350, 902, 991, 1040, 1046, 1052, 1062, 1072, 1082, 1130, p. 472, 1138, 1140, 1147, 1150, 1180.

-, Lord President of, 1133, 1177.

-, the greatest part of, compose the East India Company, 412.

-, committee of East India Company to appear before, 356.

-, letters from-
-, 1618 : 378.
-, 1621 : 1022, 1132.

-, order of,
-, 1621 : 1028.

-, petitions, remonstrance, declaration, and letters to-
-, 1618 : 309, 348, 483, 509. I.
-, 1619 : 553, 769, 789.
-, 1620 : 876, 924.
-, 1621 : 1080, 1081, 1146, 1179.

-, answers of, to States Commissioners, 509, 545.

-, entreat Sir Noel Caron to stay the States Commissioners, 565.

- and the East India Company, 1028, 1029.

-, gratifications to be offered by East India Company to, 781.

Proclamation, 682.

Proctor, Jacob, p. 230.

-, -, Jane, widow of, p. 230.

Proverbs and quaint sayings, 65, 86, 106, 144, 365, 518 p. 266 (2), p. 267 (2), 729, 760, p. 360, 872, 890, 1043, 1087, 1134, 1160, 1162, 1174.

Pruson or Prusson, -, 1086, 1130, 1143, p. 498, 1175, p. 502.

Pulicat, 502, 670, 742, 787, 841, 883, 1083, 1129.

-, arrival of English factors in, 884.

-, trade in, p. 496.

-, the Hollanders and the English in, p. 385, 884, 1126, p. 496.

Purefey or Purifie, John, 505, 756, 778, p. 337, 800, 811, 848, 871, 880, 890, 895, 992.

-, -, sworn a free brother of the East India Company, p. 229.

-, -, letters from,
-, 1620 : 858, 861, 872.

-, George, p. 337.

Purses, embroidered, p. 309.

Purslowe, Thos., p. 340.

Pybourne or Pibourne, Geo., 88, 119, 246.

-, -, sickness of, 114.

-, -, death of, 246, 285.

-, -, his estate, 760.

-, Thos., 224.

-, Wm., brother and executor of Geo., 466, 842.

Pye, Edmund, p. 99.

Pym, Wm., p. 226.

Pyott, Alderman Rich., p. 229.

-, -, Rich., son of, p. 229.



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