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'Index: P, Q', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 8: January-July 1535 (1885), pp. 541-545. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75554 Date accessed: 17 September 2014.


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Pacæus (Pacey), Dr. Otho-Adam (called Dr. Adam or Adames, or the doctor or secretary of Lubeck), 121, 475, 510, 750 (pp. 282–3), 826 (p. 315), 827, 1010, 1061, 1065, 1078, 1109–10:—Ap. 1162, 1165, 1171, 1174, 1176, 1178 (p. 469 n.).

Pace, Thos., g. 149 (77, 80).

Pacok, Nic., 248.

Padstowe App. 1179 (p. 477).

Padua, 761, 986.

-, letters dated at, 117, 576, 875.

Page, Sir Richard, of the privy chamber, 898, 1011:—g. 149 (74).

-, -, letter from, 898.

Paget, Robt., alderman of London, 478.

Pakyngton, Augustine, g. 1158 (33).

-, Humphrey, 478 (bis).

-, John, 478:—g. 149 (32, 61), 1158 (33).

-, Rob., 208, 303, 478.

-, -, signature of, 208.

Palamedes. See Gontier, Palamedes.

Palatine of the Rhine, Frederic count, brother of Lewis the Elector Palatine, 5, 139, 666, 826 (p. 317), 1018, 1105.

-, -, his marriage, 826 (p. 317).

-, -, his wife, 826 (p. 317).

Palatine of the Rhine, Lewis count, Elector, 831.

Palermo, in Sicily, 459, 1120 ii.

Palermo, abp. of, 392.

Palgrave, —, 1131.

Palmer, Sir Thomas, knight porter of Calais, 12, 309, 438, 446, 549 n., 550, 668, 741, 816, 919, 930, 1074:—g. 149 (35).

-, -, letter from, 816.

-, -, letter to, 741.

-, -, handwriting of, 550, 930.

-, -, his wife, 919.

Palmer, —, 334, 732, 814 ii.

-, Mr., 366, 391, 539.

-, John, g. 149 (81).

-, Ric., g. 149 (39, 61).

-, Robt., 478, 737.

Palmieri, Andrea Matteo, cardinal, letter to, 986.

Pant Rythyn, g. 291 (51).

Pargetour, lady, 478.

Paris, 33, 37, 165, 174 (p. 61), 185–6, 245, 282, 399, 573, 726, 859 (pp. 335, 337), 1096, 1151.

-, letters dated at, 50, 71, 111, 140, 163, 165, 227, 517, 897, 1096, 1113.

Paris, University of, 33, 517.

-, -, doctors of, 33.

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

Parkar. See Parker.

Parkehurst, Ric., master of Ashford College, 567 (?).

Parker, —, 268.

-, Sir Henry, son of lord Morley, 1061:—g. 149 (49). See also Morley.

-, Henry, 311, 599:—g. 149 (66, 67, 70).

-, John, g. 149 (81), 1158 (21).

-, Thos., 148.

-, Wm., 1048 ii., ix.:—g, 149 (54).

Parliament, 121 (p. 38), 174, 217 (p. 84), 218, 297, 307, 429 (p. 166), 503, 552, 566–7, 592 (3), 659, 661, 705, 801 (p. 302), 859 (p. 335), 869, 930, 956, 968, 974 vi., 996, 1004, 1038, 1043, 1107, 1121 (p. 440), 1131:—g. 291 (20), 481 (13, 15).

Parr (Parre), Matilda, g. 962 (30).

-, Sir Thos., g. 962 (30).

-, Sir William, 999:—g. 149 (46), 962 (30).

-, -, letter from, 999.

-, Will., g. 962 (30).

Parson, —, 357.

-, John, 888 (2).

-, Nich., 357.

Pary, Gilbert, g. 149 (63).

-, Ric., g. 149 (63).

Parys, Chr., 448.

-, Philip, g. 149 (57).

Paslew, Eliz., 1040.

Pasmych, Ric., g. 632 (11).

Pasquino, sayings of, 576.

Passage [of La Renteria], the, 744.

Pate (Pattes), Richard, archdeacon of Lincoln (nephew of bp. Longland), ambassador with the Emperor, 48 (p. 17), 270 (p. 108), 272 (p. 112), 355 (p. 144), 429, 629, 683 (p. 258) 697 (1, 2), 744–5, 782, 785, 826 (p. 315), 892, 908, 1019, 1044, 1061:—App. 1179 (p. 475)

-, -, his servant, 892, 1061.

Pate, Wm., g. 632 (20).

Patmer or Patmere, Thos., 169, 1063.

Pattes. See Pate.

Patrington in Holderness, 952.

Patryxstavy, Doven, g. 802 (6).

Paul III., pope (1534–50) [Alex. Farnese], 17, 33, 48 (p. 17), 91, 117, 132, 144–5, 174 (pp. 58, 60), 182, 185–6, 189 (p. 70), 198, 212, 233 (Pontifex), 251 (Paul the bishop), 263 (p. 104), 273, 326, 340–2, 399, 425, 429 (p. 165), 433 (2), 439, 465, 469–70, 498, 523, 535, 537, 554, 557, 579, 622, 647–8, 712–13, 725–6, 734, 744, 746, 747–8, 750 (p. 282), 753, 777, 779, 786–7, 791, 806–7, 812–13, 826 (p. 316), 837, 874, 899, 901, 904, 909–10, 940, 948 (p. 371–3), 949, 972, 985–6, 1035, 1044, 1052–3, 1060, 1071, 1095–6, 1115–18, 1121, 1125 (2), 1144, 1146–7, 1152:—App. 1179 (p. 473).

-, -, letters from (briefs), 1095, 1116–17.

-, -, letters to, 425, 469, 647, 1146, 1152.

-, -, his two grandsons, 1144.

Paul, —, (dominus Paulus), 233.

Paulet (Poulet), Sir William, comptroller of the Household, master of the Wards, 287–8, 516, 610, 642, 686, 886 i., 974 i., 1018:—App. 1179 (p. 475):—g. 149 (33, 77), 291 (14).

-, -, letters from, 287–8.

-, -, letter to, 610.

Paulett, Geo., g. 149 (77).

-, Hugh, g. 149 (79).

-, John, g. 149 (77).

-, Ric. g. 149 (33).

-, (Pollet, Pawlett), Thomas, sent to Ireland, 193, 382, 448, 485, 621, 755.

Pavia, 761, 875.

-, siege of (in 1525), p. 282.

Pavia, John Baptist of, 542, 875.

Pawne, Wm., 169.

Paylte, in Liege, g. 632 (12).

Payne, —, an old man, 736.

Paynswick, 602.

Payton, Sir Rob., g. 149 (57).

Peche, Eliz., letter from, 241.

Peckham, commandry of, 381.

Peckham, Edw., g. 149 (55).

Pecok, Stephen, 478.

Pedyngton, Bucks, g. 481 (31).

Peers, Rob., g. 149 (24).

Pekerryng. See Pickering.

Pekham. See Peckham.

Pembroke, 466.

Penizon (Peneson), Sir William (or Jerome), 111:—App. 1179 (p. 474).

-, -, letter from, 111.

[Note. His real name was Girolamo, the Italian form for Jerome, and some of his letters are signed "Gir.," which was mis-read by the editor as "Gu." for "Guglielmo." Probably many of his contemporaries made the same mistake, and called him William in consequence; which name he certainly adopted, and in writing to Englishmen commonly signed himself "Wyll'm Penizon."]

Penmon priory, 644.

Pennyngton, Thos., g. 632 (17).

Penrnyn, 224.

Penrose, Ric., g. 149 (50).

Pension viager, the, 344, 792 (2).

Penyman, Father, 667.

Peper, Henry, 608.

Pepper, Th., of Charelton, 96.

Percy, Alan, g. 802 (31).

-, Sir Ingram, 991.

-, Sir Thomas, 255, 1143.

-, Sir Will., g. 149 (72).

Peresall, John, 1098.

Peret, —, councillor, 726.

Perewich, Dorbych., g. 802 (30)

Perkins, Mr., 511.

Perne, Chr., 151.

Perpount (Perpoynt), Thos., 208, 478:—g. 1158 (15).

-, -, signature of, 208.

Perry, —, 169.

Persia, 535, 579.

Persian war, 373.

Persians, the, 672.

Persone, Nic, 118.

Perugia, in Italy, 17, 145, 233.

Perusins (Perugians), the, 899.

Peryent, John, sen., g. 149 (49).

Pesaro, in Italy, 1121.

Pest, Peryn, 677.

Peterson, Gerard, g. 481 (2).

-, Leonard, g. 634 (1).

Petit, —, 881.

Petrutius, Reynold, of Sienna, 251.

Petur, Dr. (qu. William Petre, visitor of the monasteries?), 865 (p. 340).

Pewnoll, John, alias Falconer, sometime falconer to bp. Fisher, 856 (§27, 31, 40, 42, 44–5, 49, 54).

Pexall (Pexsall), Ralph, 169, 478.

Peyton, Frances, g. 962 (11).

-, John, g. 962 (11).

-, Ric., g. 962 (11).

-, Sir Robt., g. 962 (11).

-, Robt., g. 962 (11).

Philip of Spain, son of Charles V. (afterwards Philip II.), 189 (p. 69), 355 (p. 144), 666 (p. 253).

Philips, Roland, vicar of Croydon, 600, 602.

Philip (Philippe, Philippes, &c.), Francis, maître de salle to Katharine of Arragon, 189 (pp. 68–9), 209 ii., 684.

-, Mark, 937.

-, Morgan, g. 1158 (19).

-, Wm., priest, 406.

Philippe, Mrs., 424.

Philippe, Sir, priest, 1000.

Philips (Phyleppes, &c.), Harry, Tyndale's betrayer, 1151.

-, John, g. 149 (71).

-, Thos., g. 1158 (30).

Picardy, 794 (6):—g. 802 (14).

-, native of, g. 481 (10).

Pickering (Pekerryng, Pykeryng), —, 13, 65.

-, Jas., 1046.

-, Launcelot, son of Jas., 1046.

-, Thos. 1142:—g. 962 (30).

Piedmont, 174 (p. 59), 339 (2).

Piers, Walter, g. 149 (33).

Pigly, Bernardo de, Florentine, 752.

Pignatelli, Hector. See Sicily, viceroy of.

Pigot, Francis, g. 149 (54).

-, (Pegot), Wm., 789 (1, 2).

Pikesley, Heref., g, 802 (18).

Pilgrome, Gerard, g. 481 (11).

Pilston, serjeant. See Puleston.

-, (Pylston), Hugh, B.D., perpetual vicar of Wrexham, 803.

Pinto, Sebastian, a Portuguese, 353, 478.

Pio Ridolpho. See Faenza, bp. of.

Piracy, 281.

Pirton, Worcester, g. 802 (16).

Pitham. See under Calais.

Pitts, —, 574.

-, (Pyttes), John, priest, App. p. 477.

Plankney, Edward, letters from, 506–7.

Plantagenet, Arthur. See Lisle, viscount.

Plate, 44, 907.

Platt. Ralph, g. 632 (8).

Plees, Hen., g. 481 (19).

Plesden (Pledgon, Essex), 865 (p. 339).

Plummer (Plomer), Chr., priest, 289, 1001 (1, 3):—g. 802 (25).

Plumpton, John, g. 149 (79).

Plymouth, 676.

-, letter from the town, 87.

-, letters dated at, 87, 676.

-, mayor of. See Elyott, John.

Podebusk, Praebernus, 522.

Podyngton, 406.

Poer, Sir Ric., p. 349.

Pogk, Otto. See Pacæus, Adam.

Pointz, —, 989.

Poke, Edw., g. 149 (54).

Poland (Polon), queen of, 899.

Pole, Reginald, brother of lord Montague, dean of Exeter, afterwards cardinal, 217–20, 265, 535, 542, 573, 575, 579–81, 672, 750 (p. 283 n.), 761–2, 785, 801, 830, 874–5, 883, 975, 986, 1156.

-, -, letters from, 761–2.

-, -, letters to, 218–20, 801, 1156.

-, -, a gentleman of, 830.

-, -, dialogue of Pole and Lupset, 217 (2).

Pole, Sir Geoffrey, brother of Reginald, 242, 750 (p. 283 n.).

Pole, German, g. 149 (48).

-, Sir Hen. See Montague, lord.

-, Hen., g. 149 (60).

-, Ranulph, letter from, 348.

-, Robt., 269, 364.

-, Sir William, 348.

-, (Poole), Wm. de la, prisoner in the Tower, 1001.

Polesworth (Pollesworthe), letter dated at, 180.

-, abbess of, letter from, 180.

Pollard, Hugh, g. 149 (58).

-, John, of Plymouth, 87.

-, John, of Oxford, 312 ii.:—g. 149 (52).

-, Richard, 520, 538:—g. 149 (58), 802 (14).

-, —, 1083.

Polle, Wm., 45.

Pollesworthe. See Polesworth.

Pollet. See Paulet.

Polon. See Poland.

Polsted, Henry, 856, 858, 867, 1078, 1142:—g. 962 (22).

-, Thos., 576:—g. 962 (22).

Polvertoft, Robt., letter from, 259.

Pomeray, Sir Edw., g. 149 (58).

Pomerey. See Pommeraye.

Pomfret. See Pontefract.

Pommeraye, Gilles de la, 263 (p. 103):—App. 1179 (p. 474, 477).

Pont, Peter du (Perin del), Grand Master of St. John (died 1535), 125 ("late master," see Errata), 459, 546–7.

-, -, letters from, 546–7.

Pont de Remy, letters dated at, 702–3, 709.

Pont Ste Messana, letter dated at, 374.

Ponte, Johannes de, chaplain to Mons. de Vaux, letter from, 64.

Pontefract (Pomfret), 475.

Pontoise, letter dated at, 164.

Poole (Dorset), port of, g. 149 (12).

Poole. See Pole.

Poolle, Mrs., 606.

-, -, her husband, in Ireland, 606.

Pope, the See Paul III.

Pope, the, or bp. of Rome (Papal office, authority, supremacy, power of the Pope, Holy See, &c.), 12, 48 (pp. 17, 18), 55, 78, 81, 105, 121, 140, 165, 174 (p. 59), 190, 195, 217 (2), 218–19, 253, 263 (p. 103), 279, 293, 295, 297, 307, 386–7, 403, 406–7, 429 (p. 166), 451, 472, 475, 506, 527, 556 (p. 210), 560, 565–6, 589, 592 (2), 595, 607, 616, 623–4, 644, 659, 666–7, 704–5, 739, 746, 770, 786, 799, 801, 821, 826, 832, 837 (p. 321), 839, 848–9, 854, 856 (21), 859 (p. 335), 869, 876, 909, 921, 933, 941, 948 (pp. 370, 372), 963, 968, 985, 990, 994, 1000 (2), 1011, 1012, 1019, 1020, 1025, 1062, 1069, 1082, 1105, 1118, 1131 (2):—App. 1178 (p. 469), 1179 (p. 476).

Pope, Mr., 478.

-, John, 478.

Poplar, Mr., 828.

Popley (Poppley, Pople), Wm., 210, 354, 367, 398, 509, 606, 766, 905.

-, -, letter from, 398.

Porchester, 357, 544, 1040.

-, castle of, 544, 1049.

Porte, Sir John, justice, 609 i., 886 i., 974 i.:—g. 149 (17).

Porter, Baldwin, g. 149 (62), 1158 (23).

-, John, g. 149 (79).

-, [of Calais], Mr. See Palmer, Sir Thos.

Portesham, John, late abbot of Abbottesbury, g. 149 (14 ii.)

Portkellerd, in N. Wales, 472.

Portlester, in Ireland, 226.

Portman, Will., g. 149 (79).

Porto, Paulo de, 326.

Portsmouth, 851, 878.

Portugal (Portingall), 233, 271, 901, 1051:—App. 1179 (p. 473, 474).

Portugal, king of. See John.

-, infanta of. See Mary.

Portuguese (Portingalle), a, 66, 378.

Postell alws Bakars, Joan, 148.

Poterne, prebend of, in Salisbury, 766.

Potted, John, 61.

Poulet. See Paulet.

Poulle. See Pole.

Powderham, Devon, letters dated at, 520, 538, 690, 872.

Powell, —, 716.

-, Dr. Edw., 3, 1001 (1, 3).

-, Edward, letter from, 534.

-, Robt., 958.

Powes, Edward Grey, lord, 892.

Powre, Robt., 1056.

Poyet, Guillaume, president of the Parliament of Paris, 557, 1113.

Poynes, Nich., g. 149 (37).

Poyns, —, his obligation, 1057.

Prat, Anthony du, cardinal of Sens, Chancellor of France and Papal Legate (died 1535), 37, 71, 111, 189 (p. 72), 282, 429, 537, 742.

-, -, secretary of, 189 (p. 72).

-, -, his son, 37.

Prat, Roger de, g. 632 (19).

Prat, Wm., 354, 905.

Prate, Joyce van, 656.

Preaching of Novelties, 1000.

Prest (Preest), John, alderman, 208, 478.

-, -, signature of, 208.

Presteign (Presteyn), Heref., 170.

Preston, Lanc., 1108.

Preston, Rutl., g. 149 (10).

Preston, Arthur, g. 802 (8).

-, Janico, viscount Gormanstown, 382, 973.

Price, Mr., 496 (2).

-, John, clk., 1021.

-, Rob., g. 149 (38).

-, Wm. à, g. 291 (41).

Prideaux (Prydow), Humph., 979:—g. 149 (58).

-, -, letter from, 979.

-, (Predeaux), John, g. 962 (32).

Priest. See Prust.

Princes, fantasies (sketches) of, 33 (2).

Princess, the, called so by Imperidists. See Mary.

Princess, the (officially so called). See Elizabeth.

Priolus, Aloysius, letters to, 761–2.

-, -, his cousin Franciscus, 761.

Priors Horeberne, 989.

Privy Seal, lord. See Boleyn, Sir Thos.

Proclamation against seditious words, the, 147.

Proclus, commentaries of, on Euclid, 761.

Prognostication made in Flanders, 1 (p. 2), 327 (p. 131).

Prothonotary, the. See Casale, John da.

Prowde, Thomas, of Calais, 884.

Prowdhowe, Nthld., 1143 (4).

Prussia, 1170.

Prussia, Albert duke of, letter from, 1140.

Pruste, John, quondam abbot of Hartland, 569 n., 979. (See Errata.)

Prydow. See Prideaux.

Pryn, John, treasurer of Lincoln, 312.

Pryseley, William, of Calais, 368, 884.

-, -, signature of, 368.

Puleston (Pilston), —, serjeant, 122, 925.

Puleston (Pulleston), John, g. 149 (66, 67).

Pullen (Pulleyn), John, 1048 ix.:—g. 149 (72).

-, Ralph, g. 149 (72).

Pullion, Ant., 859 (p. 333).

Pulteney, Sir Thos., g. 149 (45).

"Pupsie, Dr.," 770.

Purcell (Pursell), —, 193, 222, 226.

Puttenham, Rob., g. 149 (77).

Pygott. See Pigot.

Pyke, James, 450.

Pykerell, John, g. 149 (43).

Pykering. See Pickering.

Pylston, Hugh, B.D., perpetual vicar of Wrexham, 803.

Pynchester, Roger, 478.

Pyncok, —, 1029.

Pynfolde, John, g. 149 (74).

Pynto. See Pinto.

Pyrford, Surr., 106.

Pyrton in Lydney, Glouc., 552

Pyrton, Sir Will., g. 149 (36).

Pyttes. See Pitts.

Q.

Quarles, Geo,, g. 149 (46).

Quarneby (Quernbye), Sir Nic., 81, 94.

Quarre Abbey, 74 (ii., 2).

Queen. See Boleyn, Anne.

Queen (called so by Imperialists). See Katharine of Arragon.

Queenborough (Quinyborowe), Leic., 312 iv.

Quenby, Yorke., g. 802 (0).

Quernbye. See Quarneby.

Quinyborowe. See Queenborough.



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