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'Index: P', Calendar of State Papers Colonial, East Indies and Persia, Volume 8: 1630-1634 (1892), pp. 694-700. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=71492 Date accessed: 20 September 2014.


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Page, Dr., p. 108.
-, -, Geo., 30, p. 27, 33, p. 114, 175, 182, 188, 357, p. 338, p. 522.
-, -, -, goes to England, 30, p. 24, 249.
-, -, -, in England, 175, 176, 475.
-, -, -, letter from, 189.
-, -, -, his private trade, 189, 190.
-, -, -, his wife, 481.
-, -, -, Samuel, p. 250.

Paget, William, 4th Lord, deceased, p. 637.
-, -, -, 5th Lord, his son and executor, p. 637.
-, -, a minister, 92.

Pagodas (coins), 88, p. 71, p. 73, 91, p. 189, p. 191, p. 194, 215, 246, pp. 251–2, 313, 326, 335, p. 341, 378, 389, 411, p. 523, 616, pp. 584–6.
-, -, (Armagon), worth 6s. 8d., p. 73.
-, -, (Masulipatam), worth 9s.d., p. 71, p. 76.

Pahang, p. 177.

Paintings, see Pictures.

Palembang (Sumatra), 202–3, p. 192, p. 208.

Palmer, Sir Hen., Comptroller of the Navy, letter from, 421.
-, -, Robt., p. 506.
-, -, Wm., p. 506.
-, -, —, 546.

Palsgrave, the (ship), 12, 32, p. 19, p. 23, 41, 42, 48, 60, p. 48, 78, 82, 85, 90, 92, pp. 87–8, p. 94, 120, 135, 141, p. 119, 142, 151, 175, 184, 189, 200, p. 176, 202–3, 210, p. 185, p. 187, 218, pp. 208–10, 223–5, p. 215, 229–30, p. 219, 231, 232, 234–6, 239, 244, p. 230, 255–6, 261, p. 247, 270, 272, 283–4, 286–8, pp. 274–5, 292. 297, 301, 307, 322, 324, 328, 332, 337, p. 320, 352, p. 325, 361, p. 337, 371, 375, 377, 383, 385, 387, 394, p. 365, 401, 403, p. 374, p. 395, pp. 441–3, 531, p. 518, 535, 555, p. 543, p. 583, p. 587, p. 600, pp. 617–8, p. 621, pp. 626–8.
-, -, fire in, p. 18.
-, -, about the sale of, 40.
-, -, about repair of, p. 34, 44, 48 (2), 55, 305.
-, -, captain of, see Hall, John.
-, -, masters of, see
-, Austen, Edw.
-, Dunn, Henry.
-, -, pursers of, see
-, Fenn, Thos.
-, Reignolds, Thos.
-, Williamson, Geo.
-, -, stewards of, see
-, Durant, Giles.
-, Petley, Lewkenor.
-, -, preacher in, see Crossethwaite, —.
-, -, arrives in England, 179, p. 193, p. 209, p. 211, 221, 224, 230, 238, 255–6, 279, 281–2, 291, 299, 360.
-, -, letter dated aboard, 534.

Paper, 122, 215, p. 303.
-, -, writing, 357, p. 589.

Papist pictures, 142.

Paris, letter dated from, 97.

Parkhurst, Robt., Alderman, 277.
-, -, Lord Mayor, p. 607.

Parks, John, surgeon, 611.

Parliament, East India Company's printed remonstrance to, p. 374.

Parphrey, Geo., p. 471, p. 475.
-, -, -, his salary, p. 471.

Parranap or Parrmapp, 631.

Parsly, Wm., p. 571.
-, -, -, Alice, his mother, p. 571.

Pashley, John (master of the Mary), 82, 114, 201.
-, -, -, letter from, 260.
-, -, -, widow of, 515, p. 504, p. 571.

Patani (Siam), 388, p. 583.

Patricke, John, p. 250.

Pattaron, Edw., p. 255.

Patten, Edward, p. 313.

Pattolaes, a case of, would have procured 10 tons of cloves at Macassar, p. 190.

Paulsgrave, Fras., p. 505.

Paul's churchyard, see St. Paul's.

Payne, Thos., p. 530.

Peacock, Francis, 508, 511, p. 523.
-, -, Rebecca, p. 476.

Pearce, Edward, p. 499, 540.
-, -, -, his wages, p. 499.
-, -, -, his father, 540.

Pearl, the (ship), 284, 292, 297, 304, 340, p. 311, pp. 323–4, p. 326, 372, 402, 480, pp. 604–5, 631.
-, -, master of, see Jesson, Randall.
-, -, purser of, see Walmesley, Peter.
-, -, cabinet, p. 152.
-, -, cups, 182.
-, -, seed, 441, 445–6, 459, p. 432.

Pearls, p. 19, p. 305, 388, p. 380, p. 386, p. 457, p. 543.
-, -, fishing place for, p. 465.
-, -, East India Company's buyer of, p. 466.

Pearse, Wm. (chief at Jambi), p. 89, 261, p. 249, 290, p. 493.
-, -, -, letter from, 22.
-, -, -, in England (after 14 years' service), p. 459.

Peate, Rich., 194.

Peeterson, John, p. 450.

Pegu, p. 75, p. 188, p. 190, 380, p. 353, p. 618.

Pemberton, Sir Jas., Lord Mayor of London, 1611–12, 540, 543.

Pemble, Jas., p. 504, p. 636.
-, -, -, Eliz., his wife, p. 504, p. 636.

Pembroke and Montgomery, Earl of, see Herbert, Philip.

Pennington, Capt., 283, 286, 466, p. 458, 529.
-, -, -, letters from, 282, 468, 497.
-, -, -, letter to, 287.
-, -, -, his nephew, p. 458, p. 462, 522.
-, -, —, p. 499.

Pennistone, Anthony, p. 109, p. 608.

Penvowes, Hump., p. 635.
-, -, -, Eliz., his wife, p. 635.

Pepole, see Pippoly.

Pepper, p. 7, 22, 30, p. 25, 40, 41, 42, 46, 60, 65, 70, p. 50, 74, 75, 77, 82, 84, p. 68, p. 72, 89, p. 75, 95 (2), pp. 80–2, 98, 100, 102, 103, p. 88, pp. 90–1, p. 95, 114, pp. 103–4, p. 106, 135, 137, 141, p. 123, 145, 165, 180, 184, p. 158, p. 167, 194, p. 169, 200, 200. I., pp. 175–7, 203, p. 180, pp. 183–4, p. 188, 217, pp. 208–9, 229, p. 218, p. 221, 231, p. 227, p. 230, 247, 249, 256, 261, pp. 247–8, p. 252, 263, p. 256, 272, 282, pp. 274–5, 291–3, 297, 299, p. 287, 314, 319, 322, 324, 328, 334, 337, 339, pp. 324–5, 360, p. 340, 377, p. 348, 383, p. 354, 385, 387, 394, 396, 400, p. 370, 406, p. 374, 410, 415, 418, 419, p. 396, 437, 441, p. 414, 449, 469, p. 444, pp. 448–50, 484, 486, p. 455, pp. 457–9, 492, 494, p. 471, p. 473, p. 476, 502, 504, 506, 508, pp. 485–8, p. 490, 515, pp. 493–4, 517, p. 511, 529, 531, 535, 538, p. 524, 543, 548, 550, 560, 562, p. 543, 566, 569, 584–6, 594, 596–7, 599, 600, 603–7, p. 572, 615, p. 588, 617–8, p. 592, 621, 626, p. 605, pp. 607–8, 631, p. 617, pp. 625–6, p. 629, p. 635.
-, -, purchase of, pp. 49–50, 127, 197.
-, -, trade in, pp. 604–5.
-, -, wrecked in the John, 129.
-, -, 1,200 lbs. or 1,500 lbs. allowed to the ton, 348, p. 320.
-, -, and bags stolen, p. 344, p. 353, 593, 596.
-, -, -, curious discovery of, 596.
-, -, returned to value of 150,000l. and the whole sold to Dan. Harvy, 490, 492.
-, -, Acheen, 269.
-, -, Bantam, 42, 103, pp. 87–9, p. 91 (2), p. 110 (2), 168, 200, 200. I., 202–3, pp. 186–9, p. 227, p. 274, p. 286, p. 311, p. 320, p. 326, p. 395, 477, 484.
-, -, -, price of, p. 87, p. 89, 127, p. 159, 200. I., p. 183, pp. 187–8, p. 248.
-, -, Jacatra, p. 20.
-, -, Jambi, 22, pp. 75–6, 103, p. 89, pp. 91–2, p. 110, 129, 200, p. 180, 210, p. 187, p. 274, 299, p. 286, p. 320, 484, 501, p. 604.
-, -, -, will yield upwards of 1,500 tons yearly, p. 89.
-, -, Japara, p. 110.
-, -, Malabar, p. 158, 190, 614, p. 628.
-, -, -, price of, p. 158, 190, 614.
-, -, Priaman, p. 439.
-, -, Sumatra, p. 326, p. 341.
-, -, Tecoe, p. 439.
-, -, 2,500 bags, worth 34,000l. to be sold, 383.
-, -, dividends in, p. 47, 74, 75, 77, p. 67, 86, 89, 92, pp. 80–1, 96, 394, 489, p. 572, 610.
-, -, pickled green, p. 476, p. 603.
-, -, to mingle the mouldy with the other, p. 450.
-, -, transport of 2,000 tons, p. 110.
-, -, price of, 40, 42, p. 50 (2), 74, 75, pp. 80–1, 188, p. 274, 306, 314, 328, 334, p. 323, 383, p. 364, p 368, p. 370, 479, p. 459, 490, p. 473, 587–8, 604–5, p. 572, 614, 631, p. 629.
-, -, -, freight charged for private trade, 305.
-, -, -, debate of East India Company on, 75, 613–4.
-, -, customs on, 469.
-, -, 1 lb. of lead for 2 lbs. of, 438.
-, -, against the Dutch importing to England, 75.
-, -, trees, p. 186.
-, -, -, require three years' growth, 200. I.

Pepprill, Phil., p. 250.

Percivall, —, 594.

Perdu, Fred., 385.

Perier, John, p. 171.
-, -, -, his wife, p. 171.

Perkins, Adrian, p. 508.
-, -, Joan, 410, p. 504.
-, -, Thos., 554.
-, -, -, his widow, 554.

Perpetuanas, see Cloths.

Perrally, 315.

Perrott, Fras., 293.

Perry, Alexander, p. 237.
-, -, Hugh, Alderman and Sheriff, p. 32, 100, p. 105, 128, 214. II., p. 268, 337, 339, p. 339, p. 374, 465, 473, p. 450, p. 514, 560, 580, 599, p. 617.
-, -, Robt., p. 339.
-, -, William, p. 250.

Persia, 10, p. 7, pp. 18–19, p. 22, pp. 24–5, 43, 49, p. 68, 95, p. 81, p. 88, 115–6, 121, pp. 103–5, 124, p. 119, 146, 156, 158, 163, 177, 183, 190, p. 167, 198, p. 176, 201–2, p. 184, p. 188, p. 196, 218, 221, p. 218, 241, pp. 227–8, p. 242, 258–60, p. 256, 269, 270, 292, 294, 300, 305, 320, p. 305, 339, 349, pp. 340–1, 374, 385, 388, 390, p. 360, p. 375, p. 378, p. 405, 441, p. 411, p. 417, p. 443, p. 457, 490, p. 471, 500, p. 485, 513, 518, 533, pp. 518–9, 539, 540, 546, 553, 560, 563–4, 575, p. 569, p. 571, p. 573, 616, p. 583, p. 585, pp. 587–9, 617, 634, pp. 619–29, 639–43.
-, -, state of the Empire, 73.
-, -, a "costly place," p. 526.
-, -, Kings or Shahs of, see
-, Abbas Mirza.
-, Cyrus.
-, Sefi I. or Sain Mirza.
-, -, ambassador from, 148, 183.
-, -, -, interpreter to, see Martin, John.
-, -, English ambassadors in, see
-, Cotton, Sir Dodmore.
-, Sherley, Sir Robt.
-, -, consul and English merchants in, 641.
-, -, Lord Chancellor of [Etteman Dowlat], see Sefi I., his High Chancellor.
-, -, -, "this new," see Mirza, Tuckey.
-, -, President and Council of, 180.
-, -, agents in, p. 522, p. 598, see also
-, Burt, Wm.
-, Gibson, Wm.
-, Heynes, Edw.
-, Hoare, Wm.
-, -, -, well esteemed of the Emperor, 643.
-, -, factors in, p. 163, p. 341, 447, p. 425, p. 542, 624, p. 609, p. 621, p. 623.
-, -, -, letter to, 257.
-, -, -, their private trade, p. 571.
-, -, -, many sickly, p. 62, 374, p. 425.
-, -, -, mortality of, p. 196, 257, 272, p. 380, 447, p. 424, p. 466, p. 542, 620, 624.
-, -, -, but two living out of seven left last year, 624.
-, -, -, lack of, p. 104, p. 136, p. 202, 447, p. 424.
-, -, -, five put ashore, p. 169.
-, -, linguist in, pp. 576–8, p. 598.
-, -, minister in, see Fuller, Thos.
-, -, Mint houses in, p. 464.
-, -, soldiers in, p. 201.
-, -, -, receive their pay in broadcloth, pp. 200–1.
-, -, new joint stock for, 10, 12, p. 7, p. 18, p. 24, p. 26, 33, p. 52.
-, -, first, second, and third voyages to, see East Indies [and Persia], voyages to, pp. 658–9.
-, -, the greatest part of East India Company's estate in (150,000l.), p. 626.
-, -, debt in, p. 155, 582.
-, -, transfers of adventures in, p. 109, p. 239.
-, -, commodities shipped from, p. 52.
-, -, arrival of English ships in, p. 24, p. 134, 164.
-, -, ships for, 65, 111, p. 167, p. 230, p. 243, p. 286, 339, p. 341, 374, 378, p. 358, p. 360, 399, 400, 438, 476, p 542, p. 586, p. 600.
-, -, presents for, 111, p. 103, p. 133, p. 136, p. 201, p. 259, p. 422, pp. 465–7.
-, -, -, excess of, p. 626.
-, -, gold exported to, 8.
-, -, trade with, 48, 50, 51, 52, 60, p. 49, p. 51, p. 53, p. 60, 80, 81, 92, 159, pp. 162–3, p 200, 250, p. 287, 365, 406, p. 524, 584, p. 583, pp. 585–7.
-, -, -, bribes for, 159, p. 199, p. 201, pp. 253–4, p. 423, p. 426, p. 578.
-, -, -, debates concerning, p. 163, p. 172, 406.
-, -, -, firmans and contracts for, see Sefi 1st.
-, -, private trade in, 33, pp. 286–7, p. 471, p. 571, p. 616.
-, -, does not answer expectation, 306, p. 545.
-, -, Indian commodities in disesteem, p. 576.
-, -, colours of cloth vendible in, p. 53, p. 578.
-, -, East India Company's cloth, tin, &c. unsold in, p. 577.
-, -, carpets and quilts from, sold, 194, p. 411.
-, -, silk trade in, 12, pp. 9–10, 15, 48, 78, p. 60, 80, 81, p. 183, 214, p. 379, 582, 643.
-, -, -, scarcity of, 270, 272.
-, -, trade between Surat and, yields cent. per cent., p. 163, p. 320.
-, -, sugar and spices for, p. 50.
-, -, goods vendible in, p. 7, 60, 65, 95.
-, -, glutted with pepper, p. 184.
-, -, prices grown so bad in, p. 387, p. 422.
-, -, 1,000 cloths to be provided for, 473.
-, -, Custom House and customs in, p. 52, p. 62, p. 135, 161, p. 201, p. 254, p. 258, p. 386 (2), p. 389, p. 465, p. 544, p. 598.
-, -, surgery chests for, p. 523.
-, -, wars between Turkey and, 12, p. 20, pp. 52–4, 73, p. 136, p. 197, p. 203, p. 243, p. 465.
-, -, mortality in, 13, p. 40, p. 202, p. 341, 409, p. 380, p. 386, 417, 447, p. 424, 500.
-, -, -, has struck a general fear, p. 424
-, -, want of food in, p. 380.
-, -, extraordinary drought in, p. 422.
-, -, Dutch in, 12, p. 7, pp. 9–10, pp. 24–5, 52, pp. 40–1, p. 53, 76, 78, pp. 61–2, 158. I., p. 131, pp. 134–6, p. 184, p. 197, pp. 200–1, 222, p. 227, pp. 253–5, 266, p. 259, 268, pp. 302–4, pp. 378–9, pp. 386–9, 438, pp. 422–5, p. 457, p. 463, pp. 465–8, 534, p. 518, pp. 577–8, p. 598, p. 615, p. 621.
-, -, -, commander of, or chief in, see Visneck.
-, -, -, ambassador in, p. 133.
-, -, -, their linguist, p. 578.
-, -, -, the Shah's opinion of, p. 135.
-, -, -, both base and perfidious, p. 134, 222, p. 388.
-, -, -, "those roguing Hollanders," 416.
-, -, -, "treacherous rascals," p. 426.
-, -, -, ships from, 273, p. 443.
-, -, fleet intended for, 374, 600.
-, -, -, land broad cloth and 20 chests of money, p. 577.
-, -, French in, 15.
-, -, Portuguese in, p. 24, 73, p. 62, 158, I., p. 131, p. 135, p. 196, p. 242, p. 378, p. 465.
-, -, -, designs of, p. 7.
-, -, Venetians in, p. 202.
-, -, see also Amadan, Ardasse, Ardeveile, Cannar, Farrabatt, Ghilan, Gombroon, Ispahan, Jask, Kasbin, Kashan, Khorassan, Kishme, Lar, Mazanderan, Ordoe, Ormuz, Resht, Shiraz, Shirwan, Tauris.

Persian horses, p. 586, p. 599, p. 627.
-, -, MSS. books, p. 523, p. 598, p. 623.
-, -, wine, 157.

Persians, 10, p. 9, 107, 112–3, 164, p. 149, 249.
-, -, perfidious, deceitful, faithless, covetous, 52, p. 202, pp. 544–5.

Persivall, Ant., 184.

Peters, Geo., p. 108.
-, -, -, Jane, his wife, p. 108.
-, -, or Peter, Vrian, p. 504, p. 636.
-, -, -, Anne, his wife, p. 504, p. 636.

Petly, Lewkenor, 82, p. 275, 299, 305–6, p. 288, p. 322.

Pett, Phineas, 101.

Pettapoli, 88, p. 76, 117, 200. I., p. 186, p. 189, p. 191, pp. 194–5, 216, 246, p. 251, 304, 308, 310–1, 313, 326, 333, 335–6, 369, p. 344, 380, pp. 352–3, 389, 392–3, 397, 411, 414, p. 443, p. 585, p. 603.
-, -, Governor of, p. 71, 117, p. 194, 380, 389, 393, 397.
-, -, hurricane at, 340.
-, -, letters dated from, 215–6, 333, 378.

Petts, Peter, p. 67.

Pettus, Geo., 30.
-, -, -, (deceased), 299, 337.
-, -, -, his widow, 299, 301.

Pewter, 263, 338.

Pewtris, Henry, p. 418.

Phesant, —, 182.

Phettiplace, Chas., p. 637.

Philip IV., King of Spain, 21, p. 22, 93, 111, p. 114, 161, 344, 592, 630.
-, -, his design against English and Hollanders in East Indies, 637.

Philipps, Thos., p. 490.
-, -, Wm. (tailor), 544.

Phillitt, Thos., p. 108.
-, -, -, Mary, his wife, p. 108.

Philpott, —, King's herald and bailiff of Sandwich, p. 148, p. 152, 183 (2).
-, -, John, p. 450, p. 635.
-, -, -, his mother, p. 635.

Phipps, Robt. (grocer), p. 523.
-, -, -, Robt., his son, p. 523, 626.
-, -, -, his seven children, p. 523.

Physic, p. 623.

Pice (coins), p. 620.

Pictures, 88, p. 73, pp. 75–6, 117 (2), 181, p. 251, 308, 310, 336, 338, 343, 380, 388, p. 582, p. 600.
-, -, cloth, p. 71.
-, -, papist and superstitious, 142.
-, -, colours for, p. 600.
-, -, Masulipatam (stained), p. 628.

Piffe, Leonard, p. 238.

Piggott, Robt., p. 322, 543, 621.

Pigs, p. 617.

Pike, John, see Pyke, John.

Pincocke, Rumball, p. 250.

Pinder, Sir Paul, p. 80, 114, p. 530, 552, 620–1.

Pingley, —, 288, p. 431, 623.

Pinson, Gerald, 207, p. 192, p. 215, p. 249, 289, 290, p. 324, 380, 477, 554, 556, 583, 585, 629.
-, -, -, letters from, 229, 353, 627.
-, -, -, his father, 554.

Pinto, Francisco, p. 176.

Pipe, clerk of the, 581.

Pipes (tobacco), 338.

Pipestaves, 48, 55, 100, 135, 362, 490.

Piply, Pippoly, Piplee or Pepole (Rengal), 254, 470, 539, p. 589.

Pirates, 355, 464.
-, -, see also Algiers, Turkish.

Pistols, 319, 338, 357.
-, -, new invention, 395.

Pitch, p. 50.

Pitcher, Edmund, p. 503.

Pitt, Sir Wm., 522.
-, -, Wm., p. 499.
-, -, -, his salary, 522.

Pittacrues, —, 301.

Pitti, Signor, 280.

Pitts, John, a minister, p. 364.
-, -, Richard, p. 503.

Plate, 180, p. 192, p. 230, p. 424, 618, p. 605, 637.
-, -, East India Company's present of, 383, p. 530.

Plosse, Robt., p. 210.

Plumer, —, 92.

Plumleighe, Capt. Rich, 283.
-, -, -, letters from, 59, 549.
-, -, -, gratuity from East India Company to, 67, 77.

Plymouth, p. 34, 59, 60, 67, 77, p. 67, 158. I., 163, 183, 201, 258–60, 300, 424, 451, 457, 459, 468, 474, 480, 486, 509, 517, 607.
-, -, letter dated from, 488.

Point de Galle, 555.

Poland, p. 20.

Poles, p. 159.

Pollyn, John, 145, 383.

Poole, —, 594.

Pooloroon (Bandas), 185, p. 368, p. 375, 473, 470, p. 502, p. 604.
-, -, the Dutch in, p. 368.

Pooloway (Bandas), 185.
-, -, Dutch Castle of, p. 160.

Pope, Oliver, p. 504.
-, -, -, Alice, his wife, p. 504.

Poplar, 48.
-, -, East India Company's almsmen at, 154, 194, 360, p. 402, 511, p. 489, p. 499, p. 502, 550, 574, p. 608.
-, -, East India Company's hospital at, 316, 322, p. 402.
-, -, -, building a chapel at, p. 402, see also Blackwall.
-, -, East India Company's gratuities to poor at, 360, p. 608.

Porcelain, p. 88.

Pork, 60, 288, 328, 334, 360, 366, 375, 394, 511, p. 515, 536, p. 591, 623.

Port Coung, p. 131.

Porter, Abraham, 307.
-, -, Stephen, p. 249, 531.
-, -, -, his salary, 531.

Portland, 175, 292.
-, -, Earl of, see Weston, Richard Lord.

Portsmouth, 101, 272, 320, 406, 423, 427, p. 395, 429, 431–2, p. 401, p. 407, 445, p. 413, p. 417, p. 475, 577.
-, -, letter dated from, 430.

Portugal, King of, see Sebastian.
-, -, President and Council of, 161.
-, -, Commissioners from, utterly reject peace with East India Company in the Indies, 161.
-, -, junk (prize), 10, 12.

Portus, John, p. 504, p. 635.
-, -, -, Eliz., his wife, p. 504, p. 635.

Post and postage, p. 511.

Potter, — (father-in-law to Roger Giffard), p. 238, pp. 405–6, 445, 479, 582, p. 569, p. 635.
-, -, Bell, pp. 624–5.

Potton, Consul, p. 197.

Potts, Spencer, 396, 494.

Poultry Compter (prison), the, p. 34, p. 313, 506, p. 515.

Powder, p. 22, 46, 55, 128, 138, 142, 175, p. 148, 191, p. 175, p. 247, 265, 288, 301, 306, p. 286, 314, 337, 346, p. 319, 352, 362, p. 374, p. 402, 451, p. 444, p. 472, 502, p. 493, 532, p. 522, 546, 548, 550, 552–3, 560, 562, 566, 572, 582, 603, 606, 617, 621, p. 607, 630, 637.
-, -, complaint of "the badness" of, 480.
-, -, price of, 48, 55, 141–2, p. 247, 337, 394, 396, p. 435, 552–3, 562, 566, 606, 630, 637.
-, -, mills (East India Company's), 46, 74, 95, pp. 81–2, pp. 114–5, 138, 288, 291, pp. 286–9, 337, 346, p. 319, 357, 362, 377, 387, 418, 422, 502, p. 489, 546, 548, 550, 599, 603, 611, p. 607, 630.
-, -, -, blowing up of, p. 81.
-, -, East India Company's license or patent to make, 276, 286, 288, 346, 348, 350.
-, -, "mended," 305, pp, 288–9, 546, 548, 559, 591, 596, 603, 611, 617, p. 607.
-, -, -, the price, 603.
-, -, license for transportation of, 48.
-, -, the King to have the sole making and selling of, 350.
-, -, East India Company's powder makers, 352, 362, see also
-, Blythe, —.
-, Collins, —.
-, -, -, gratuity to, p. 319.

Powell, John, 86, 92, 148, 182, p. 157.
-, -, -, petitions of, 61, 86, 253, p. 337, 524.
-, -, -, his brother, 148.
-, -, John (merchant), p. 239.
-, -, of the Custom House, 141.
-, -, or Powle, John (purser of the Swan), 286, p. 337, 377.
-, -, -, letter from, 470.
-, -, -, letters to, 472, 505.
-, -, Rowland, 529.
-, -, William, 584.

Powlett, Robt., letter from, 245.

Poynett, — (a pilot), 145, 148, 168.
-, -, -, deceased, p. 364.

Preachers, see East Indies, preachers in, p. 670.

Precious stones, see Jewels.

Preddis, Rich., 30, p. 27, 388, 415.
-, -, -, death of, p. 104.

Prerogative Court, the, p. 407.

Prescott, Edw., p. 68, 86, 95, p. 251.
-, -, -, deceased, p. 248, pp. 250–1, 621.
-, -, -, Wm., his brother, 621.

Preserves, p. 379.

Preson, or Preston, Fras., 225, 243, 267, 278, 285, 330, 440, p. 634.
-, -, -, Austin, his wife, p. 634.

Prevost, Dr., p. 80.

Priaman (Sumatra), p. 89, p. 439.
-, -, factor at, p. 625.

Priaulx, Peter, p. 448.

Price, Capt. Chas., letter to, 146.
-, -, John, 114.
-, -, Michael, 373.
-, -, -, his mother, 373.
-, -, Wm., death of, p. 104.
-, -, -, his estate, 122.

Prideaux, Edmond, p. 405.
-, -, John, p. 405.

Pringle, —, 375.

Prior, —, 334, p. 514.

Prisons, see
-, Gatehouse.
-, Marshalsea.
-, Poultry Compter.

Privy Council, the, 6, 84, 109, 154, p. 148, p. 153, 197, 277, 288, p. 286, p. 288, 346, 348, 350, 357, 362, 398, 401, p. 407, 452, 456–7, 459, pp. 431–2, 469, 482, 502, p. 490, 526, p. 523, p. 529, 546 (2), 559, 563, 581, 606, 621, 626, 628, p. 607, 637.
-, -, orders of, 276, 387, 453.
-, -, letters and petitions to, p. 95, 108, 252, 253, 265.
-, -, East India Company's new year's gifts to, 371, 637.
-, -, clerk of, see Mewtys, —.

Proclamation, 263.
-, -, references to, p. 274, 303.

Proverbs and quaint sayings, p. 120, 382, 412, 462, 570–1, p. 599, p. 603, p. 618, p. 629.

Prowse, Conand, p. 418.

Pryme, Thos. (carpenter), p. 401, p. 418.

Prynn, under sheriff, 540.
-, -, Capt., see Pynne, Capt. John.

Pulicat, p. 76.
-, -, Dutch Governor in, 246.

Punch, 311.

Purchas, Sam., his pilgrims, 1.

Purefey, —, 27.

Puttana, see Patani.

Pye, John, p. 504.
-, -, -, Eliz., wife of, p. 504.
-, -, Sir Robt., 153.

Pyke or Pike, John, 283, p. 475, p. 484, 513, p. 489, 517–8.

Pym, Hump., consultation signed by, 201.
-, -, -, letters from, 241, 374.

Pynne, John, captain of the London and Exchange, 67, p. 47, 82, 92, p. 81, p. 94, 114, 118, 329, 399, 486, 596–9, 606, 620.
-, -, -, letter from, 600.
-, -, -, his private trade, 596–9, 603, 606–7, 609, 620.



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