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'Index: P', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 10: January-June 1536 (1887), pp. 610-615. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75454 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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Pacæus, Otho Adam, of Lubeck (Adam von Pack, generally called Doctor Adam or Adams), 24, 303, 342, 415 (? the Doctor), 449, 492–3 ("another who accompanied him"), 524 (his companion), 540–1 (another almain, &c.), 601 (p. 244), 699 (p. 289 "two Germans"), 718, 885, 1116.

Pace (or Pacey), Ric., dean of St. Pauls and of Salisbury, 328, 824:—g. 1015 (5.)

Packington (Pekyngton), Mr., 174.

- (Pakyngton), John, g. 392 (37).

-, -, letters from, 386, 820.

-, Rob., 386.

Paddington, Midd., g. 597 (22).

Padua, 418, 441, 479, 619, 659, 661, 872, 945, 1212.

-, letters dated at, 411, 961.

Page (Payge), —, 849, 994, 1058, 1156.

-, Hen., g. 1256 (3, 44).

-, Nic., 364 (p. 138).

-, (Payge), Sir Ric., 86, 669, 672, 707–8, 738, 798 (p. 338), 855, 865, 909, 919–20, 1135.

-, -, letter from, 1135.

-, -, letter to, 707.

-, Ric., g. 1256 (48).

Pageant, plan of a, 1016.

Pagett, [Sir] Wm., his hand, 1187.

Paisley, Wm., 476 (see Errata).

Pakyngton. See Packington.

Palatine of the Rhine, Frederick II., count (the Palsgrave), duke of Bavaria, brother of the Elector Palatine, 24 (p. 7), 303 (p. 114), 458 (pp. 184, 186), 575 (p. 228), 593, 670 (p. 272), 954, 1034.

-, -, his wife. See Dorothy, of Denmark.

Palatine of the Rhine, Lewis count, elector, 24 (pp. 7, 8),

Palatine of the Rhine, Wolfgang count, brother of the Elector, 860.

Palavicino, —, 403.

Palermo (Panormus), in Sicily, letter dated at, 648.

-, Venetian consul at, 632.

Pallavicino (Palvasine), Carmelita, 1169.

Palma, bp. of, 442.

Palmer, Sir Thomas, knight porter or chief porter of Calais, ("Mr Porter,") 100, 188, 221, 337, 471, 558, 608, 707–8, 834, 855, 994, 1005–6, 1076, 1101, 1120, 1156, 1173, 1270 (? Pamme):— g. 597 (35).

-, -, letters from, 1606, 1120.

-, -, letter to. 1076.

-, -, handwriting of, 707 (2), 1005.

-, -, servant of, 608.

Palmer, —, 1207.

-, —, of Calais, 1145.

-, Henry, son of Sir Thos.. 407, 1005 (?).

-, -, letter from, 407.

-, John, abbot of Tiltey, 408.

-, John, of Leamington, 1257 x.

-, (Palmere), John, sig., 722.

-, Robt., 1257 ii.

-, Simon, 275.

-, Thos., 1187.

Palmieri (Palmerius), Andrea Matteo, abp. of Matera, cardinal, 546.

Palshid, Ric., g. 1015 (43).

Palvasine. See Pallavicino.

Pamber forest, Hants, g. 392 (13).

Pamme, Maitre, 1270 (qu. Palmer, Sir T. ?).

Pannelles Court in Burwardescote, 1091.

Panormus. See Palermo.

Panton, Hugh, g. 1256 (24).

Paris, 85, 87, 177, 368, 734, 905, 924–5, 1175:—App. 1:—g. 226 (14), 597 (49).

-, letters dated at, 504, 566, 695, 1065, 1169, 1174.

-, Notre Dame (Our Lady Church), 695.

-, St. Jean de Lateran, 905.

-, artlllery of, 368.

-, president of councillors of, 695.

-, provost of. See Villebon, sieur de.

-, scholars of, 695.

Paris, bp. of. See Bellay, John du.

Paris (Parys), John, 97.

-, Ph., g. 1015 (4).

-, (Pares), Philip, bp. Gardiner's treasurer, 67.

Paris Garden. See under Southwark.

Parke, Chr., g. 1256 (20, 49).

Parke's manor, 1091.

Parker, Henry, lord Morley (q. v.).

Parker, Sir Henry, son of lord Morley, and father of lady Rochford, 1010, 1087 (3):—g. 775 (6).

Parker, Dame Grace, wife of the preceding, 1087 (3).

Parker, —, 486, 524, 541.

-, (Parcar), Henry, page of the Chamber, 869, 1222:—g. 775 (14).

-, John, 526, 871:—g. 392 (8).

-, John, abbot of Chertsey, dec., g. 226 (17).

-, John, vicar of Thame, 1170.

-, Kath., g. 777 (1).

-, Ric., cook, 1171.

-, Thos., president of Hereford, 1257.

-, Thos., g. 777 (1).

Parkhows, Wm., clk. g. 597 (19).

Parland. See Perlaunt.

Parliament (Session of February 1536), 10, 25, 78, 83, 105, 159, 161, 206, 243–4, 246, 254, 258, 282 (p. 103), 307 (p. 117), 330, 339, 410, 438, 459–60, 494, 558, 580, 598, 613, 619, 635, 669, 699 (p. 295), 734, 742, 800, 815, 936, 1101.

-, new, of June 1536 (met 8 June), 736, 790, 815, 817, 851–2, 855, 871, 874, 884, 892–3, 903, 908 (pp. 377, 379), 909 (p. 381), 916, 919, 931, 948, 985–6, 994, 996, 1016, 1046, 1063, 1069 (p. 441), 1074, 1086–7, 1092, 1122, 1155–6, 1212.

-, references to former Parliaments and to the powers of Parliament, 92, 138, 183, 241, 245, 292, 308, 376, 380, 462 (p. 190), 615, 636, 725–6, 752, 816, 837, 952–3, 1038, 1087 (51), 1088 (see Errata), 1138.

Parliament of Ireland. See under Ireland.

Parliament, licences of absence from, 254 (p. 93).

-, Acts passed in, 243, 1087.

Parre, Mr., 1222.

-, Sir Wm., 364 (p. 142).

Parry, Stephen a, 822.

-, Thomas, 291, 472, 480, 588.

-, -, letters from, 472, 480.

Partriche, John, 722.

Pascall, John, 164.

Pasquinade, a, 367.

Paston, Sir Wm., 97.

Pate, Ric., archdeacon of Lincoln (nephew of bp. Longland), ambassador with the Emperor, 167, 201, 267, 297 (? "Domino Ricardo"), 322, 351 (p. 132), 352, 500, 535, 583, 619 (p. 251), 620, 626, 637, 670, 682, 685, 691, 699 (p. 293), 726, 814 (p. 344 "meum collegam"), 861, 887 (p. 368–9), 888 (3), 891, 906 ("his colleague"), 908, 946, 955, 1066, 1069 (pp. 443–4), 1094, 1267.

-, -, letters from, 500, 670, 682, 691.

-, -, letters to, 726, 955.

Pate, John, of the wardrobe, g. 226 (15, 19).

-, John, brother of Richard, 891.

Patmer, Will., 1257.

Patrick, friar, 612, 640.

Patter, Thos., 1257.

Paul III. [Alex. Farnese], pope (1534–50), 7, 10, 11, 34–5, 42, 59 (p. 21), 70–2, 106, 107 (p. 37), 112, 123, 141 (pp. 52–3), 175, 187, 190, 223, 229, 235 (p. 84), 261, 264, 281–2 (p. 103), 315, 321, 351 (p. 132), 358–9, 367–8, 375 (p. 152), 398, 403, 410, 420, 426, 429, 441, 443, 457, 458 (pp. 185, 187), 479, 495, 534, 546, 570, 575, 592, 600 (p. 242), 619–20, 632, 637, 659–61, 665–6, 670(pp. 270–4), 678, 682, 684–5, 687–9, 691, 699 (pp. 287, 294–5), 700, 714, 718, 726, 759, 760 (p. 320), 768, 795–6, 814, 831, 838, 861, 887 (p. 368), 906, 908 (Holy See), 947, 954–5, 956, 972, 977–8, 1069 (pp. 447–8), 1077 (p. 546), 1094, 1130 ("vescovo di . . . . ."), 1140, 1142, 1160, 1169, 1183, 1197, 1212, 1227, 1229, 1254–5.

-, -, letters (briefs) from, 281, 972, 1183, 1229.

-, -, letter to, 42.

-, -, secretary of. See Ambrogio, Signor.

-, -, his son. See Farnese, Peter Louis.

Paulet (Pawlet or Poulet), Sir William, comptroller of the Household, master of the Wards, 41, 73, 151, 269, 282, 284 (p. 106), 512–13, 558, 797, 806, 843, 848, 995, 1019 n., 1078:—g. 392 (13, 28), 777 (15).

-, -, letter from, 843.

-, -, letter to, 513.

-, -, his signature, 712.

Paulet (Powlet), Thos.. 40 ii.

Pavia, in Italy, 592, 700.

Pavia, Giov. Battista of, 945.

Pavylyon, the Court of, 67.

Pawlet. See Paulet.

Pawne, Mr., his debts, 1257 v.

-, Will., 1257.

Payge. See Page.

Payn, John, son of Michael, g. 226 (10).

Payneston (Paynstow), in Ireland, 1048.

Paynter, John, mayor of Dover, letter from, 1214.

Pays de L'Angle, 569.

Pays de Vaud, in Savoy, 368.

Pebidiauke, deanery of, in Wales, 431 vi.

Peccarynge. See Pickering.

Peckham (Pekham, Pyckham), Edmund, cofferer of the Household, 674, 870–1, 1041 ("Thos. P."):—g. 1256 (14).

Pecok, Wm., mercer, 772, 914 bis.

Peers, assessment of, 636.

Pekham. See Peckham.

Pekrell. See Pickerell.

Pekyngton. See Packington.

Peldon, Essex, g. 1015 (29).

Pele, Roger. See Furness, abbot of.

Pellis, Martin, 15.

Peloponnesus, the, 900.

Pembroke (Pembroche, Penbroke), 431 (pp. 175–6), 1009.

-, Monkton (Mounketon) priory, cell to St. Albans, 1238 (Herts).

Pembroke, deanery of, 431 iii.

Penal statutes, 1030.

Penarth Pont, in Carnarvonsh., g. 226 (17).

Pencriche, Dan Hamlet, 655.

Pengeden manor, Suss., g. 1256 (37).

Penizon, Sir Wm. (or Jerome), letter from, 260.

Penkridge (Penkryche), College, Staff., g. 226 (5).

Penrith (Peryth), Cumb., 693 ii.:—g. 597 (9).

Penrose, Ric., g. 1015 (3).

Pensax, Thos., 77 ii.

Penshurst Park, Kent, 878.

Pensions, 92.

Pentney priory, Norf., 364 (p. 143), 563, 1238 (p. 516).

-, prior of. See Codde. Robt.

Penwortham priory, Lanc., 364 (p. 141).

-, prior of. See Hawkesbury, Ric.

Penyngton, Will., 364 (p. 140).

Penyon Maysy, manor of, 1091.

Percake, —, 869.

Perchynge manor, Suss., g 1256 (37).

Percy, Henry. See Northumberland, earl of.

Percy, Sir Thomas, brother of Northumberland, 246 (13).

Percy, Sir Wm., 1274:—g. 777 (10).

-, Wm., 1257 ii.

Peretre or Peretrey, —, his pardon, 963, 1074. [Is this "the friar," 855, 865, 919 (p. 386), 931, 952? And perhaps also the writer of the letters, 924–5, 1081?].

Periford on Avon (Worc. ?), g. 597 (31).

Perjury, 1087 (43).

Perlaunt (Parland), near Windsor, 791, 794.

Perpownte, John, curate of Soberton, 1148–9.

-, -, letter from, 1148.

Perpoynt, Sir Will., 1249.

Perrenin or Perrenot, Anthoine, Secretary of State to the Emperor, Maître Anthoine, 143, 201, 700, 889, 901, 1004.

-, -, letter from, 889.

-, -, letters to, 143, 201, 901.

Persall, John, 178.

-, Ric., 178.

Pershore, Worc., letters dated at, 414, 1200.

-, John Poletensis, abbot of, letter from, 1200.

Persia and the Persians, 223, 534, 600, 796.

Persivalle, Thos., 431.

Peryth. See Penrith.

Pescia, signor Baldasar da, 844.

Peter the Cruel, king of Castile (14th cent.), 284 (p. 106).

Peter, Wm., 40 ii.

Peterborough, Ntht., 41, 65, 73, 76, 141 (p. 51), 284 (p. 105), 427.

-, abbey church of, 282, 284 (p. 105).

-, abbot of, 284 (pp. 105–6).

Peterfield, —, sexton of St. Swithins, 480.

Petly or Petley, —, 953, 964, 1059, 1074.

Peto, Wm., Observant Friar (afterwards Cardinal), 524.

Petra Sancta. See Pietra Santa.

Petre, Wm., LL.D., Cromwell's deputy in testamentary causes, 88.

Petty Bag, clerks of, 598.

Pexall (Pexsall), Ralph, clerk of the Crown, 994, 1257.

Pexley, Mr., 313.

Pexsall. See Pexall.

Peyntwyne, John, 506.

Pforzheim, in Germany, 458 (p. 186).

Phelip. See Philip.

Phelpe, John, 431.

Phelpot. See Philpot.

Philbert, —, 789 (p. 330).

Philip (qu. Philip Hoby?), 224.

Philip, —, 85, 467. See also Philips.

-, —, servant to queen Katharine, 40.

- (Phelip), Ric., 252.

Philippo, Francisco, 40.

Philips (Phillyppes), —, hardwareman, 772.

- (Phillyp), Mrs., silkwoman, 772, 914.

- (Philipp, Philip, "illo Phi . . . ."), Harry, 529–30, 535, 601 ("two rebels," i.e., P. and Jas. Griffith), 796, 814 (p. 344).

Philol. See Filoll.

Philpot (Phelpot), John, 252.

Phrier. See Friar.

Piacenza (Placentia). in Italy, 684, 906, 954.

Piamontese, Francesco, courier, 437, 795.

Picardy, 401, 759, 1120, 1145:—g. 597 (34), 1015 (19).

Pickerell (Pekrell, Pykarell), John, auditor of Ric. Nixe, bp. of Norwich, 79, 250.

- (Pykarell, Picarell), Thos., 97, 1257 ii.

Pickering (Pykeryng), Yorks, 553.

Pickering, Ant., 115, 337 (p. 128), 918.

-, -, letters from, 115, 918.

- (Pikeryng, Peccarynge), Sir Wm., 834, 869.

Piedmont (Pedemons), 437 (p. 178), 450, 592–3, 659, 684, 688, 759, 768, 795 (p. 336), 907, 932, 1114, 1227 (p. 512).

Pietra Santa (Petra Sancta), in Italy, 861.

Pikerd, Robt., 927.

Pilgrimages, 831, 1186.

-, Act against, 246 (16).

Pille (Pulla) priory, in Stainton, Pemb., 1238 (St. David's).

Pillerton (Pyllarton), Warw., 14, 1259.

Pilton, Devonsh., mon. of, 1238.

Pinott, —, 437.

Pirates, Act concerning, 243 (38), 254 (robbers on the sea), 1087 (49).

Pirry, Martin, 1257.

Pishill (Pushull) Napper, 1091.

Pishill (Pushall) Venables, 1091.

Place, David. See Lloyd, David.

Placentia. See Piacenza.

Plague, the, sickness, death, &c., 379, 608, 669, 737, 747, 789, 884, 976, 1063.

Plantagenet, Bridget, daughter of lord Lisle, 1148–9.

Plate and jewels, 79, 132, 137–8, 163–4, 179, 191, 236.

Playford, Suff., 1257 ii.

Plummer, Chr., canon of Windsor, 997, 1119:—g. 597 (36).

-, -, servants of, 997, 1189.

-, (Plommer), John, 790.

Plumstead (Plumpsted), Kent, g. 1015 (37).

Plumstead (Plumpsted), Magna and Parva, Norf., 250.

Plumstede, Joanna, 364 (p. 143).

Pluralities. See Dispensations.

Plymouth, 246 (8), 462, 557.

-, letter dated at, 52.

-, Act concerning, 246 (8).

-, mayor of. See Horsewell, Jas.

-, vicar of, 52.

Pocklington (Poklington), Yorks, 1274 (2).

Poek, Dr. See Pacæus.

Pointz. See Poyntz.

Poklington. See Pocklington.

Poland, 1003.

Pole, Sir Geoffrey, brother of Montague, 752. (See Notes).

Pole, Henry. See Montague, lord.

Pole, Reginald, brother of lord Montague, dean of Exeter, cardinal (1536), 7, 124, 217, 264, 276, 320–1, 398, 419–20, 426, 441, 479, 503, 565, 600, 619, 626, 658–9, 661, 872, 974, 1042, 1093, 1142, 1197, 1212.

-, -, letters from, 7, 217, 276, 420, 426, 441, 619, 872, 974, 1093, 1197.

-, -, his book, De Unitate Ecclesiastica, 420, 426, 441, 503, 600, 619, 658–9, 1142, 1197, 1212.

-, -, -, abstract of, 975.

Pole, Mr., 1112.

-, Robt., g. 226 (21).

-, Will., provost marshal in Ireland, 1195.

Poletensis, John, abbot of Pershore, letter from, 1200.

Poleyn, John, g. 777 (14).

Pollard, Sir Hugh (knighted 20 Feb. 1536), sheriff of Devonshire, 105, 337 (p. 128), 416:—g. 1256 (53).

- (Polerd), Ric., 40 ii., 416:—g. 1256 (53).

Pollesworth, Warw., abbey of nuns, 1191 (2), 1238.

-, -, abbess of, 1191 (2).

Polslowe nunnery, of St. Katharine's, Devon, 388, 1242.

-, prioress of, 1238.

Polsted, Henry, Cromwell's servant, 254, 1039.

Polton. See Poulton.

Pomeranus, —, German reformer, 108, 457, 587.

Pomerey, Sir Edw., g. 1256 (53).

Pomfret. See Pontefract.

Pondremy. See Pont de Remy.

Ponsonby, Matt., 364 (p. 140).

Pont, Perindel, Grand Master of St. John (died 1535), 197, 339, 391.

-, -, letter to, 391.

Pont or Ponte, John de, 146, 1023–4, 1220.

-, -, letters from, 1023–4, 1220.

Pont de Remy (Pondremy), in France, 466.

-, letters dated at, 455–6, 544–5, 976.

Pontefract (Pomfret, Pountfrete), Yorks., castle of, 1268.

-, priory of, 364 (p. 141), 717.

-, -, prior of. See Thwaytes, Jas.

-, college of, g. 1256 (48).

Pontremulo (Pontremolo), in Italy, letters dated at, 887–8, 1069.

Ponynges. See Poynings.

Poole. See Pole.

Poole, Henry, 1192.

Pope, the. See Paul III.

Pope, the, Papal office, authority, &c., Apostolic See, Holy See, 7, 14, 46, 49, 72, 90, 103, 112, 141 (p. 48), 146, 149, 172, 182–3, 202, 217, 241, 253, 256, 279, 282 (p. 103), 283, 284 (p. 106), 287, 292, 308, 315, 318, 346, 351, 356, 372, 426–7, 450, 458 (p. 186), 469, 482, 494 (p. 200), 550, 585–6, 594, 619, 670 (pp. 269, 271), 682, 698–9 (pp. 287, 292), 725–6, 735, 752, 770, 774, 782, 796, 831, 908 (p. 379), 922, 924, 956, 974, 1003, 1021, 1030, 1070, 1077, 1085, 1087 (44), 1089–90, 1125, 1137, 1169, 1182, 1227, 1239.

Pope, —, 869.

Pope, Thos., 243 (30), 573, 916, 1087 (13).

Popenruyter, Hans, of Mechlin, 807.

Popley, Wm., Cromwell's servant, 55, 254 (p. 93), 339, 445, 754, 920, 931, 964, 1128, 1165, 1182.

-, -, letters from, 339, 445.

-, -, letter to, 1128.

Populo, Marchese del, 403.

Porchester Castle, Hants, 299, 780.

Porte, Sir John, justice, 848, 876.

Porte, John, 318.

Porter or Power, Robt., 1187 (2 ii., 3).

Porter, Rose, 773.

-, Thos., 496.

Porth, John, g. 597 (12).

Portingal. See Portuguese.

Portington, Thos., 1257 x.

Portland, Walter, 337, 936.

Portman, Wm., 40 ii.

Porto Ercole, in Italy, 368 (p. 146).

Portre. See Porter.

Portsmouth, Hants, 780, 807, 1231:—g. 1015 (43).

-, Blockhouse and Berehouse at, g. 1015 (43).

-, tower at, 807.

Portugal and the Portuguese, 368 (p. 146), 428, 442, 575 (p. 226), 719, 888, 1069 (p. 442), 1227 (p. 512).

-, Imperial ambassador in. See Sarmento, Luis.

Portugal, Infanta of, d. of Eleanor queen of France, 888, 907, 923, 1069 (pp. 442, 445), 1227 (p. 512).

Portugal, king of. See John.

Portugal, Don Louis of. See Louis.

Portugal, queen of, sister of Katharine of Arragon (N.B.—Isabella (died 1498) and Mary (died 1517), Katharine's sisters, were successively wives of Emanuel king of Portugal), 284 (p. 106).

Portuguese, a ("the Portingal"), 148.

Posts, 337.

-, master of the. See Tuke, Sir Brian.

Poulet. See Paulet.

Poulton (Polton, Pylton) priory, Wilts, 382, 952.

Pountefrete. See Pontefract.

Powderham, Devon, 4, 821.

Powell, Dr., his debts, 1257 vii.

-, Robt. a, 1104.

-, Thos. ap, of Magor, 252.

-, Thos. ap, of the Pull, 252.

Power, Anne, widow, g. 775 (4).

- (or Porter), Robt., 1187 (2 ii., 3).

Powers, Essex, 878:—g. 1256 (31).

Powes, in Wales, 195, 258.

Powes or Powis, Sir Edw. Grey lord, 258, 331, 834, 876.

-, -, letter from, 331.

Powis, Wolf, one of the Council of Denmark, 304.

Powles. See under London, St. Pauls.

Powlet. See Paulet.

Poynings (Ponyngs) manor, Suss., g. 1256 (37).

Poynings' Act, 897, 1030, 1032.

Poynings (Ponynges), Sir Thos., 243.

Poyntz or Pointz, Ferdinand, 222.

-, John, letter from, 790.

-, Robert, 222.

-, Thos., 222.

-, -, his wife, 222.

Praet (Prat), Lewis de, of the Emperor's Council, 437. (See Errata.)

Prat, Rogier de, 603, 1265.

Pratt, Wm., g. 1256 (33).

Preachers and preaching (sermons, &c.), 45–6, 75, 91, 112, 165, 172, 220, 282 (p. 103), 284 (p. 106), 286, 292, 308, 346, 389, 462, 482, 588, 594, 615, 619, 623, 625, 716, 723, 742, 752, 804, 831, 891, 922, 929 ii., 1023, 1034, 1043, 1077, 1099, 1140, 1185, 1239.

Premonstratensian Order, 110 ("my religion").

Prentices, Act touching, 1087 (39).

Presbury, Wm., 1027.

Prestcoyte, Peter, prior of Holland (364 (p. 141).

Presteyn, in Wales, 754.

Preston, Suss., g. 1256 (7).

Preston Capes, Warw., 1259.

Preston Hall (Hawle), 562 (p. 220).

Preston, Ric., 364 (p. 140).

Price (Pryce), David a. See Rice, D. ap.

- alias Whitford, Hugh, clk., g. 226 (18).

-, Matthew, 251, 1244.

-, Ric., abbot of Conway, letter from, 1046.

-, -, his brothers, 1046.

Princess, the. See Elizabeth.

Princess, the (so called by Imperialists). See Mary.

Princess Dowager, the. See Katharine of Arragon.

Priolus. See Priuli.

Prisley. See Pryseley.

Prisons and prisoners, 254 (p. 93).

Prittlewell, Essex, priory of, 1238.

Priuli (Priolus), Alvise, 276, 420, 426, 441, 479, 619, 626, 658, 872.

-, -, letters to, 426, 441, 619, 626, 658, 872.

Procession in London (12 Nov. 1535) for the recovery of Francis I., 10.

Proclamations, 72.

Proctors, 1030.

Prophecy, 614.

Prothonotary, the. See Casale, John da.

Prout. See Prowde.

Provence, 970, 1142, 1212.

Prowde (Prout), Sir Thomas, 406, 525.

-, Thos., spear of Calais, dec., 1005, 1101, 1173.

Prowez, John, Cromwell's servant, letter from, 365.

Prows, —, 1052.

Prussia, Albert duke or prince of, 24 (p. 7).

Prydeaux, Humph., g. 1256 (53).

Pryour, John. See Wangford, J., prior of.

Pryseley (Prisley), Will., of Calais, 476 (see Errata), 519, 656, 1074, 1086, 1138, 1155.

-, -, letters from, 519, 1155.

Psalley. See Sawley.

Puddesworthy, Devon, g. 392 (40).

-, water of, g. 392 (40).

Pudsey, Thos., g. 597 (39).

Puffins, 69.

Pulla. See Pille.

Pully, Henry, 998.

Purbeck, Isle of, 780.

Purbeck stone, 780.

Purgatory, doctrine of, 172, 225, 282 (p. 103), 346, 462, 528, 601 (p. 244), 619, 752, 831, 950, 1043, 1099, 1186.

Purse, Jas., g. 226 (8).

Pushall or Pushull. See Pishill.

Puttale, Wilts, g. 1256 (6).

Py or Pye, John, 702–4, 834.

-, -, letters from, 702–4.

Pycher, Fras., post, 598.

Pyckham. See Peckham.

Pye. See Py.

Pykarell. See Pickerell.

Pykeryng. See Pickering.

Pykyll, 878 (p. 365).

Pyllarton. See Pillerton.

Pylston, —, 871 (bis).

Pylton. See Poulton.

Pynar, —, 1006.

Pynnelly, priory of nuns, Warw., 1191 (2), 1238.

-, prioress of, 1191 (2).

Pypho, John, letter from, 571.

Pyssowe, 1231.



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