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Packets or packet boats; lxxxiv. 80; lxxxv. 148; lxxxvi. 8, 10, 85, 109; lxxxvii. 19, 34, 45, 136, 149; lxxxix. 8, 11, 47, 64, 94; xc. 80, 109; xci. 25, 39, 46; xcii. 10, 14; xcv. 62; xcvi. 81; xcvii. 84, 105; xcix. 29, 57, 124; cii. 91, 120; ciii. 45.

-, See also Dummer, Mr.

-, to take arms for King of Portugal, duty free; xcvi. 81.

-, a diary and account of voyages made by; xcvii. 81.

-, cost of maintaining; ciii. 45.

-, laid up at Falmouth, to be delivered for the service of the navy; lxxix. 65.

-, wages of commanders, &c., of; lxxx. 7.

-, for Lisbon, charge of; lxxxv. 148.

-, between Falmouth and Lisbon, as to saving in building of; lxxxvii. 19.

-, West India, to carry goods; lxxxvi. 85.

-, -, charges for; lxxxvii. 34; xci. 25.

-, -, schemes for, &c.; lxxxix. 64, 81.

Padua, mention of; lxxxix. 114.

Page, Matthew, of Warrington, in co. of Lancaster, the wharf of, petition; xciii. 78.

-, William, in the service of the Lord Mayors; xcix. 30.

Pages of the bedchamber, plate from; lxxxiii. 80.

Paice, Joseph, petition for money for the forces; lxxix. 18; lxxxviii. 55.

Painter, H. M. principal; xciv. 26.

-, -, serjeant; lxxxvi. 130; xcviii. 71.

Palaces, furnishing of the; lxxxiv. 139.

-, H.M., charge of repairs of; lxxix. 6; c. 92.

“Paler” of the House park at Hampton Court; lxxxiv. 109.

Pallace, manor of; xcvi. 120.

Pall Mall, petition as to a passage from; xciv. 72.

Palmal Court; xciv. 122.

Palmer, Mr., yeoman of the guard; lxxxi. 28.

-, Ann, widow, daughter to Charles Nevill, for relief; lxxxi. 28.

-, Charles, and his brother Edward, deceased, case of, &c.; lxxxvii. 40; xcvii. 13.

-, Henry, excise officer, fraud; lxxxii. 4, 12.

-, -, solicitor for the salt duties; lxxxii. 75.

-, Sir Henry, Bart., renewal of the stewardship of H. M. manor of Wingfield; lxxxi. 4.

Palmes, Mr., loan to pay Queen's debt; lxxx. 96.

-, Guy, Esq., a teller of the Exchequer; lxxxiii. 9; lxxxvii. 63.

-, -, -, first clerk in office of; lxxxviii. 40; xci. 5.

-, Wm., Esq., petition for lease of a manor, grant of lands, &c; xciv. 117; xcv. 57.

-, -, a second discovery by; xcv. 126.

-, -, misfortunes on account of his son's office; xcvii. 93.

-, -, for a commission to inquire into forfeited estates; xcix. 115.

Pan and Orpheus, double statue, price of; lxxxvi. 76.

Pantry, yeoman of the; lxxxvii. 140.

Papal Nuncio and the Greek youths from Oxford; lxxxvii. 142.

Paper, &c., a proposal for pasting a mill-mark on; lxxxix. 68.

-, marks, and stamps for parchment, counterfeit; xc. 102.

-, duties; lxxx. 14.

-, office, a proper place for the; ci. 4.

-, -, at Whitehall, keeper of, and state of the; xcix. 55.

-, -, Ireland; cii. 12.

-, -, -, business of the clerks in, &c.; c. 20.

Papers to be laid before the Queen; lxxx. 19; lxxxii. 40; lxxxiii. 10.

Papillon, Mr. [Treasurer of the Navy's accounts]; lxxx. 73; xcv. 16.

-, -, detection of frauds of; lxxxvii. 67.

-, -, stay of process against, requested; xcvi. 99.

-, Philip, cashier to late Treasurer of the Navy, memorial, &c.; xci. 19; xcvii. 44.

-, -, late cashier of the victualling, accounts of; lxxxi. 84.

Parchment duties; lxxx. 14.

Paris; lxxxvii. 142 (p. 208); xciv. 73.

Parishes, &c. in arrear for aid; lxxxv. 161.

Parks, Col., governor of the Leeward Isles; ci. 73.

Parke, Col. Daniel, account of, &c.; ciii. 20.

-, -, -, intelligence as to Martinique and Barbadoes, &c.; ciii. 68.

Parker, Sir George; lxxxii. 45, 47.

-, Mr. John, agent for prizes at Falmouth, petition; xciii. 3; xcvii. 65; xcviii. 90.

-, -, -, unfit; xcvi. 5.

-, William, superannuated ship's officer, for remission of tax; lxxxix. 89.

Parkhurst, petition for prosecution of; xciv. 83.

-, Mr., Mrs. Nevill's case referred to; lxxxvii. 124.

-, -, or John, Esq. (appointed to get in arrears upon superseding the prize commission), his proceedings; lxxxvi. 50, 73; lxxxvii. 42; xc. 25, 37.

Parliament, Acts of, referred to; xci. 5; xcii. 27; xcv. 36; xcvi. 44; xcvii. 17, 25; c. 24; cii. 92.

-, mention of; lxxxviii. 87; xcvi. 91; xcvii. 31; c. 76, 77, 86, 87, 88; ci. 3, 82; cii. 33, 54, 97; ciii. 28, 34, 41, 65, 69; civ. 33, 59.

-, attendance of Masters in Chancery in; xciv. 5.

-, the charge laid on Her Majesty's family by; ciii. 12.

-, the, a clock and bell at Westminster necessary for; xcvii. 36.

-, forces provided by, for Spain and Portugal; civ. 21.

-, both Houses of, lights for accommodation of members; xci. 82.

-, members of, a square proposed to be built for; xcviii. 51.

-, aid to King Charles III.; c. 71, 83.

-, in Ireland, the, allowance for the lighthouses; xci. 71.

-, -, charge of sessions of; xci. 81; xcv. 75; civ. 14.

-, -, the, and the linen manufacture; ci. 72.

-, of tinners, contract with the; xcviii. 115.

Parliamentary taxes passed, &c., list of accounts of; xcvii. 39.

Parminter, Cornelius, of Barnstaple, Devon, and Mr. Ustick, petition; xciii. 62.

Parran, John, late a, receiver general for duties on houses, &c., for Oxfordshire, stay of process; lxxxv. 15.

Parry, Charles, Esq., for office of surveyor of the highways and keeper of the King's private roads, &c.; lxxxii. 60; lxxxviii. 82.

-, Mr. Francis; lxxxii. 60.

Parsons, Col., qualifications for the graver's place; xci. 143.

-, Mr. Auditor; lxxxi. 19.

-, Anthony, auditor, almshouses in Glaston; lxxxviii. 35.

-, -, -, answer to Thornton's petition; xciii. 100.

-, Mr. William; ciii. 61 (p. 549).

Partridge, W., &c., naval stores in Massachusetts Bay, &c.; lxxxvi. 145; xc. 124.

Paschal, John, Esq., joint commissioner of prizes during late war; lxxxiii. 98.

-, Mr., payments arising from arrears by; xc. 25.

-, Mr., appointed to get in arrears upon superseding the prize commission, absconded; xc. 37.

Pasha, commission signed by the Divan and; lxxxiv. 34.

Paston, Col., Lord Yarmouth's brother; lxxxiv. 37.

-, Lord, respits of his regiment; xcv. 46.

Patent, master joiner by, as to powers of; lxxxix. 92.

-, office, a, when void, to be given to Mr. Wentworth; xciv. 114.

-, officers, as to payment of land tax by; xcii. 38.

-, offices, granted, to be renewed; lxxix. 122.

Patriæ, Philo, letter signed, touching Mr. Raworth, &c.; xci. 100.

Patten, Mr., privileges granted to him for his wharf; xciii. 78.

-, Major Archibald, late captain in the Earl of Donegall's regiment, remonstrance, &c.; xciii. 60, 91; xciv. 65.

Patterson, or Patton, George, a Scotchman, detained for leaving France contrary to the Act; xc. 72.

-, James, an invalid reduced at Tinmouth, petition of; xci. 132.

Pattuxent and Potomac in Maryland, receivers of impost; cii. 111.

-, collector of; lxxxv. 87.

Paul, Wm., petition for lease of prizage of wine; c. 18.

Paulden, Rebecca, widow of Capt. Thomas, petition, pension; xcviii. 65.

Paulin's Cray, in Kent, Sir P. Warwick's lands in; lxxxviii. 83.

Pauncefort, Mr.; lxxxi. 6; lxxxiv. 147; lxxxvii. 57.

-, -, and Sir H. Furnesse's accounts of remittances; xci. 76.

-, -, letter to, as to bills advised, &c. according to treaty; xciii. 44.

-, -, payment to, for H.M. hawks; xciv. 86.

-, Mr. E., payment of troops; lxxxvii. 56; xcv. 67; xcix. 12.

Pawling, Mr., controller and accountant general, memorial of; xci. 13.

Pawnbrokers, a proposal for licensing; lxxxiii. 115.

Paxton, Capt.; lxxxiii. 90.

Pay, Nicholas, Esq., grant of timber trees to; lxxxiv. 88.

Paymaster, or Paymaster General, of Forces, &c., or his deputy; lxxxvii. 9; lxxxviii. 86; lxxxix. 3; xc. 88; xci. 28, 50; xciii. 51; xciv. 10,; xcv. 33, 72; xcvi. 96; xcviii. 34; xcix. 116, 121; cii. 49.

-, of the forces acting with the allies; xcix. 121.

-, and commissaries of the army in Scotland, difficulties as to the payment of the troops; ciii. 37.

-, of the works' allowance; xcix. 123.

Pay Office; xcvi. 7; xcviii. 104; c. 47.

-, -, of Rotterdam, state of cash of the, lxxxiv. 12.

Paynter, Mr., or Francis, paymaster, &c. of captor's prize money; lxxxi. 73, 89.

Paynton, Shreeve, receiver-general of the land revenue of South Wales and Monmouthshire, petition; cii. 31.

Peace, Justices of the, necessary to be appointed in Scotland; ci. 78.

-, -, a complaint against; ci. 87.

Pearl, the ship and cargo, claims on; xciv. 44.

Pechels, Marquis de, a pension proposed to be resigned to; xcviii. 48.

Peck, Robert, superannuated ship's officer, for remission of tax; lxxxix. 89.

Pedlars, duty of; lxxx. 11.

-, license to; lxxx. 56.

-, petty chapmen, &c., petition for office of licensing; lxxxiv. 122.

Peers, House of, case heard in the; lxxxiv. 83.

-, -, petition of the eight doorkeepers of the; xc. 53.

-, -, and security of the records; xciii. 115.

-, -, an address from, mentioned; xcix. 55.

Peirce, Col., served in Duke of Ormond's expedition; lxxxv. 58.

Peirs, Major, at Port Royal, sent in a flag of truce to Petit Guavas; xciv. 2.

Pelcome, David, for an appointment; xci. 102.

Pelham, Mr.; lxxix. 23; lxxxi. 94.

-, Henry, Esq., Clerk of the Pells, petition, &c.; xcvi. 39; ciii. 30.

“Pelican,” the, a prize, wines in; xcvii. 29.

Pells, the, Clerk of; xcvi. 39.

-, -, and four tellers, memorial; xcix. 107.

Pember, Sarah, late wife of Seaborne Buckeridge, deceased, petition; xciv. 83.

Pembroke [and Montgomery, Thomas] Earl of, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland; ciii. 34; civ. 14.

-, -, contract for hemp, &c.; lxxxix. 55.

-, -, new barracks in Eyre; ciii. 74.

-, -, papers as to forfeitures laid before; ciii. 38.

“Pembrook,” goods on board the, plunder; lxxxii. 47.

Pembrudge, Mr. Charles [surveyor], of Bristol, for additional salary to; xcv. 86.

Pence, &c., petition for power to coin; lxxxiv. 122.

Pendarver, Alex., average price of tin in Cornwall; lxxxv. 20.

Pendeck, William, “a faggott” and “noe effective man,;” lxxxv. 55.

Pendennis Castle, siege of; xciii. 15.

Pendrill, Eleanor, widow of Humphrey, who had been instrumental in preserving King Charles II. at the royal oak; lxxxi. 27.

-, William, as to pension of sons and daughters of; lxxxvi. 68, 74; lxxxvii. 29; xcix. 21.

Penmaquid, a piece of land in America called, petition for; xcvii. 108.

Penn, Mr., proprietor of the province of Pennsylvania; lxxxiii. 15.

Penneck, John, petition to compound for tobacco duties; c. 17.

Pennicook; civ. 50.

Pennsylvania, Mr. Weaver pursued to; lxxxii. 46.

-, exports from England to, value of, for six years; xcii. 80.

-, goods imported from; lxxxii. 94.

-, &c., merchants trading to, for packet service to New York; xc. 109.

-, Order in Council for allowance to minister and schoolmaster; lxxix. 78.

-, receivers account of; lxxxv. 22.

-, the posts in; ci. 32.

Pennyfather, Col., a petition delivered by; lxxxvii. 119.

Penny Post Office; lxxx. 33, 68, 111, 119; lxxxiii. 103; lxxxvii. 115.

-, -, -, errors and practices of Mr. Blackhall; lxxxvi. 26.

-, -, -, collectors of, suspended; lxxxv. 21.

-, -, -, complaints against late collectors of; lxxxv. 167.

-, -, -, taxes on the officers of; lxxxvii. 73; xcvi. 112; civ. 35.

-, -, -, names and salaries of officers; ci. 63.

-, -, -, origination of; lxxx. 35, 55; lxxxii. 51.

-, -, -, in and about Dublin, as to the; xcviii. 78.

Pensioners, gentlemen; lxxxi. 70.

Pensions, annuities, allowances, &c.; lxxix. 114; lxxx. 1, 20, 27, 103, 109, 115, 126, 127, 139; lxxxi. 52, 60, 100; lxxxiii. 79, 90; lxxxiv. 75, 109, 124, 128, 148; lxxxv. 5, 32, 67, 74, 81, 131, 133; lxxxvi. 4, 68, 74, 81, 117, 119, 121, 122, 131, 148; lxxxvii. 24, 29, 38; lxxxviii. 25, 57, 65, 70; lxxxix. 28, 29; xc. 27, 54, 115; xci. 26, 54, 98, 99, 104, 128; xciii. 12, 13, 15, 18, 39, 102, 119, 134; xciv. 21, 61, 114, 135; xcv. 14, 54, 124; xcvi. 13, 15; xcvii. 41, 59, 107, 110, 168; xcviii. 8, 26, 30, 52, 53, 58, 78, 120; xcix. 2, 11, 21, 33, 36, 40, 73; c. 31, 37, 38, 41; ci. 48, 58, 85, 95; cii. 9, 31, 90, 98, 135; ciii. 15, 30; civ. 13, 31, 50.

-, a minute as to; xcvi. 40.

-, list of persons for; lxxxvi. 122.

-, wrangling in Irish House of Commons about; lxxxvii. 78.

-, settled by King James II.; lxxxvii. 140.

-, in Ireland fallen in; xcviii. 78.

Penrin, adjoining Falmouth, liberties to borough of, and rights and privileges of traders there; lxxxvi. 2; lxxxvii. 121.

-, mayor, &c. of, certificate of character; lxxxix. 84.

Penzance, agent for prizes at; xcvii. 65.

-, memorial of the inhabitants of, as to a cruizer; lxxxvii. 146.

Pepys, Samuel, Esq., formerly treasurer of the garrison of Tangier, and late Treasurer of the Navy, executor of; xcv. 35; c. 73.

Pera, of Constantinople; lxxxiv. 142.

Percival, Major, an Englishman, governor of the castle of Denia; cii. 87.

“Peregrine galley, the,” built out of waste timber; lxxxi. 48.

Periam, Mr., manor and borough of Milverton; lxxxi. 19.

Perrie, Mr., Registrar of Admiralty Court at Antigoa, prizes; xc. 97.

Perry, Mr. Micajah, and Co., of London, merchants, provisions; lxxxvii. 64.

-, Thomas, a groom of the privy chamber to her late Majesty, memorial; lxxxvi. 64.

Persehouse, Peter, serjeant-at-arms to the House of Peers, for allowance; lxxxv. 133.

Perveth, manor of, Cardiganshire; lxxxi. 80.

Peterborough, Earl of, or Lord; xciv. 30; xcv. 72; xcvi. 28; c. 72.

-, -, success at Barcelona; xcvi. 51.

-, -, ambassador to Spain, money, &c. to; xcix. 87.

-, -, equipage of; lxxxii. 73.

-, -, expedition under; xciv. 11, 49; civ. 45.

-, -, an express from; xcv. 99.

-, -, for repayment for medicines; lxxxiv. 106.

-, -, money advanced; xcvi. 30; civ. 25.

-, -, money for pressing occasions; xcvi. 59.

-, -, pay of a physician general, on establishment of; xc. 94.

-, -, the regiments under, subsistence, &c. of; lxxxiv. 26; xcvi. 7, 57.

-, -, commissary of the artillery train, in the sea expedition of; xciv. 35.

Peters, Hugh, executed for high treason, daughter of; lxxxv. 145.

-, John, gent., various manors. &c.; lxxix. 108; lxxx. 16; lxxxi. 30.

-, -, proceedings against Lady Carteret; lxxxvii. 139.

-, -, first clerk in office of Guy Palmes, Esq., petition for loss by recoinage; lxxxviii. 40; xci. 5.

Peteuxent, see Pattuxent.

Petit, or Petty, Guavas, a flag of truce from; xciv. 2, 108.

-, -, lieut-governor of; xciv. 108.

Petitions, epitome of a great number of, with minutes; xcii. 103.

Petre, Lord; lxxix. 108.

-, -, rents paid to, till the Revolution; xciv. 117.

Petty Bag, clerk of the, for warrant to; lxxxv. 146.

Petty, Henry, Esq., an office held during the life of; xci. 113.

-, Sir Wm.; lxxxvii. 3.

Petyt, Mr. William, keeper of the records in the Tower, reports, &c.; lxxxix. 147; xci. 117; xcii. 82; xciii. 115; xcix. 104; c. 61; ci. 75.

-, -, records in Cæsr's chapel; xcv. 81.

Pewter, as to exportation of; lxxxvi. 66.

Pewterers in City of London, master, &c. of the company of, pre-emption of tin; lxxxvi. 66.

Phelips, Mr. Auditor; xcix. 9.

Phelps, Mr., lands leased from Jasper English, Esq.; lxxxv. 89.

Philadelphia, dated; lxxxv. 103.

Philips, Captain, yeoman usher of the Black Rod, charges for prisoners; lxxxix. 146.

-, Mr. Adolph, merchant, London; lxxxiii. 15.

-, George, commander of the “Eaton” frigate, petition, &c.; lxxxiv. 97.

-, Captain Robert, recommended for reward; ciii. 22, 80.

Phillips, John, of Carmarthen; lxxx. 123.

Philosopher, an old, a statue, price of; lxxxvi. 76.

Phipps, Mr. Constantine, of the Middle Temple; xcvii. 10.

Phœnix Park, near Dublin, ranger of the, and as to the office, how held; xci. 113.

-, -, the dog kennel under the wall of, removal of; xcvi. 73.

Physician General, pay off; lxxxvii. 112.

Pidgeon, Nicholas; lxxxiv. 42.

Pigeon, D., transport of troops; lxxxi. 79.

Pigou, Mrs., and children, petition and case of; xcix. 117.

-, James and Stephen, refugees, &c., as to; xcix. 117.

-, Judith, a Frenchwoman, deceased, estate left by; xcix. 117.

Pike, Henry, late purser of the ship “Dover,” verdict against; lxxix. 119.

Pilcherd and herring fishery, the preservation of; xc. 3.

Pillage on board prizes, as to right of captains, &c. to; xci. 61.

Pinchas, Bohas, envoy from Tripoli to the States General, memorial of; lxxxiv. 34.

Pipe, clerk, secondaries, and sworn clerks of the, &c.; lxxxviii. 67; c. 63.

-, deputy clerk of the, certificates, &c.; lxxxiv. 135; lxxxvi. 11, 67; xcv. 52; xcviii. 47; cii. 122.

-, office, search at the; lxxxvi. 75.

-, -, supers of the accounts in the great roll of; xc. 84.

-, roll, extracts from a; xcii. 39; xciv. 56.

-, or butt, Standard of the dimensions of the; lxxxvii. 148.

Pipon, Philip, farmer of the revenue of Jersey; lxxxix. 99.

Pirate money, the petition as to, reasons in favour of; xciv. 63.

Pirates in American plantations, as to trial of; lxxxv. 25.

-, fees for passing commissions for trying; xci. 120.

-, treasure, how dealt with by Colonel Dudley; xcvii. 10.

Piscataqua, or Piscataway; xcix. 119; ci. 32.

Pistoles to be received at current rate; lxxxvii. 42.

Pitch and tar for the navy, for appointment to purchase; lxxxv. 39.

-, -, contract for; lxxxv. 116.

-, -, the trade in; ciii. 61.

Pitkin, a person concerned with; xcvi. 54.

-, Thomas, in H.M. service, memorial; xcvi. 8.

Pitrichie; civ. 50.

Pitt, Mary, widow, order in council; lxxxiii. 47.

Placentia; ciii. 61 (p. 550).

Places not to be sold, H.M. order for, cited; xci. 93.

Plantation duties, receiver of; lxxxiv. 8; xciii. 59; xciv. 85; xcv. 61.

-, trade, observance of Acts for better regulation of; lxxxiii. 15.

Plantations, accounts from; lxxx. 98; lxxxi. 74; lxxxvii. 4, 95.

-, auditors of, office in Spring Gardens; lxxxiii. 64.

-, business of the, payment for; lxxxvii. 16.

-, governors of H.M., forbidden to receive presents; lxxxvii. 18.

-, -, names of, and payments to, for passages; xcii. 86.

-, land service in, estimate for 1706; xcvii. 2.

-, naval stores from the; ci. 2; cii. 85.

-, a private trade in the, contrary to Act of Parliament; lxxxviii. 52.

-, prize money in the, payment out of; xciii. 22.

-, prosecutions of pirates very difficult in the; xcvi. 101.

-, in America, governors, credit to be given by; ci. 49.

Plate, &c., embezzlement of; lxxxv. 65.

-, -, seizure of; lxxxv. 66.

Plater, Mr., a receiver in Maryland, salary and accounts of; xcvi. 31; cii. 111.

Plaxton, Wm., Deputy of the Treasurer's Remembrancer; lxxxiv. 95.

Player, Captain, bonds taken by; lxxxix. 80.

Playle, John, petition as to watering the roads in Hyde Park; xciii. 76.

Ploen, Duke of, 1,000l. to buy a jewel for his duchess; lxxx. 72.

Plot, Lords Committee for the, and the charges for prisoners; lxxxix. 146.

Plowman, Daniel, captain of a ship which turned pirate after his death; xcv. 71.

Plunder and prize goods, methods pursued with; xcviii. 105.

“Plus lands,” which had constantly paid quit rents; lxxxiv. 70.

Plymouth; lxxxi. 25, 105; lxxxii. 6, 32; xciii. 20, 30, 108; ciii. 110.

-, agent for commissioners of sick and wounded at; xcix. 108.

-, Controller of the Customs and port of; xcii. 6; xcv. 18.

-, conveyance of troops from; lxxxvi. 83.

-, customs at, searcher of; lxxix. 116.

-, a deputy commissary for marines at, as to; lxxxix. 24.

-, derelict wines condemned at, to the Lord High Admiral; c. 19.

-, the docks at, a monument of Mr. Dummer's skill; xcvi. 53.

-, fish, duty allowed on exportation; lxxxvi. 27.

-, lieut.-governor of; lxxxvi. 83.

-, late sub-commissioner of; xcviii. 90.

-, petition for the same office; xcvii. 65.

-, the members of the head port of; lxxxvii. 121.

-, postal arrangements for; lxxxvii. 134.

-, wasting of goods in a prize at; xciv. 48.

-, Spanish prize brandy at; xci. 150; xcii. 24; xciii. 112; xcviii. 110.

-, six companies in garrison at; lxxxvi. 6.

-, smuggling goods in one of H.M. ships at; lxxxvi. 87.

-, Ustick employed as surveyor of; xciii. 62.

-, as to the West India packets from; xcix. 57.

-, (America), colony of, posts in; ci. 32.

-, Ursula, Countess Dowager of, administratrix of the Duchess of Buckingham, pension of the latter; xciii. 119.

Poblett, Abad de, advance to, for his Catholic Majesty; cii. 15, 49.

Pocock, Richard, an executor of Ann James, custody of an idiot; lxxxi. 34.

Pole-begg, or Pool-beg, Dublin, a lighthouse at; xci. 71 (p. 284).

Polhampton, Wm., a method to prevent fraudulent drawbacks on tobacco; xcviii. 42.

Polhill, David, Esq., grant of a stewardship to, determined; xci. 34.

Poll duty; lxxxi. 92; lxxxii. 9.

-, tax, a, and the New River Company; lxxxix. 137.

Pomeroy, Mr. John, nominated a prize agent; xcii. 95.

Pontack, an alias of Monsr. Renaw; lxxxiii. 119.

Pontefract Castle; xciii. 15.

-, -, pension for service in taking; xcviii. 65.

Poole in Dorsetshire; lxxxii. 37.

-, duties on goods at; lxxxix. 77.

-, Comptroller of; xcvii. 83.

Pooley, William, of Boxted (Suffolk), knight, advowson; lxxxix. 150.

Poor clergy, the, Queen's charter for maintenance of; xciii. 75.

-, gentlemen, late of the 2nd troop of Guards, petition of; lxxxvi. 81.

-, knights at Windsor; lxxxiv. 119.

-, rate in parish of Egham; lxxxv. 117.

Poplar and Black wall, in the parish of Stepney, inhabitants of, petition and case of, &c.; cii. 38.

Popple, Mr., Mr. W. or William; lxxxii. 23, 53; lxxxiii. 15; lxxxv. 162; xcv. 12; xcvii. 73, 77.

-, Wm., junr.; lxxxi. 64; c. 51; ci. 11; cii. 111.

Porchester, in co. of Southampton, parish of, petition; xcvii. 117.

-, -, inhabitants of parish, repair of the church; c. 2; ci. 69.

-, Castle, as to; ci. 79.

-, -, and church used for prisoners of war, &c.; xcvii. 117.

Port duties in Virginia, revenue from, &c.; xc. 33; xciv. 79.

Porter, Capt., and his men, warrant in favour of; lxxxvi. 103.

-, -, deceased, allowance; xcii. 43.

Portland, Earl of, the cause against; xc. 36, 87.

-, -, a mansion house purchased from; xcv. 26.

-, -, superintendent of the Hampton Court Gardens; xciii. 106.

-, Island of, stone quarries in, &c.; ci. 83.

Portman, Henry, state of Hyde Park palings, &c.; lxxxvii. 100; xci. 11.

Portmore, Earl of; c. 97.

Porto Bello, or Bell; xciv. 2, 108; cii. 24.

Porto Venere, agent for prizes at; lxxxv. 144.

Port Royal [Jamaica]; xciv. 2.

-, -, -, fatal accident at; lxxxv. 103.

-, -, -, prizes; lxxxix. 90.

-, -, -, Fort, captain of, ordered to board a flag of truce; xciv. 108.

-, -, [Nova Scotia]; xcvii. 10.

-, -, -, infestings of the French from; xci. 48.

-, -, -, an expedition sent to take; cii. 39 (p. 512).

-, -, -, attack made upon, and account of; ciii. 61 (p. 550).

Port St. Maries, see St. Maries.

Ports in Ireland, a form showing names of, and cash from; lxxxvii. 66.

-, the northern, as to survey of; lxxxix. 109.

-, instructions for; lxxxix. 135.

-, various, seamen to be provided from; lxxix. 85.

-, See Out Ports.

Portsmouth; lxxxii. 61; lxxxvi. 80; lxxxvii. 137.

-, coin and bullion seized from; lxxxiv. 16.

-, collector at, as to arms for Portugal; xci. 87.

-, commissary [of musters] at, more fit to be in the invalids; lxxxvii. 120.

-, commissioner of the navy at; xcvii. 22; xcix. 113; c. 36a; ci. 33.

-, customs officer at, letter from; lxxxvi. 94.

-, deputy commissary for marines at, as to a; lxxxix. 24.

-, dock or yard; lxxxiii. 19; cii. 28.

-, -, a monument of Mr. Dummer's silk; xcvi. 53.

-, -, supply of heath for; lxxxviii 9.

-, imperfect state of accounts from; lxxxv. 135.

-, master gunners of; xc. 76.

-, mismanagement at; xciii. 31.

-, prize at, wasting of goods in a; xciv. 48.

-, purveyor of the navy at, indentures; xcv. 17; xcvi. 1.

-, regiments, great mortality in, and desertion; lxxxix. 136; xcv. 46.

-, sick seamen at; lxxxvi. 104.

-, sub-commissioner of prizes at; lxxxiii. 45.

-, trees required at; xcvii. 22.

-, and Gosport, ferry between; ci. 47.

Portugal; lxxxvii. 85; xci. 88; xcii. 74; xciii. 42; xcviii. 48; xcix. 2, 34, 85; ciii. 99; civ. 52.

-, ambassador in, expenses and allowance to; lxxxv. 121.

-, -, extraordinary to, estimate of necessaries for; lxxxvii. 37.

-, court of, failure of, to execute the treaty; ciii. 34.

-, crown of, arms and ammunition for the; lxxxvii. 144; lxxxix. 106; xcv. 117; xcvi. 58, 81.

-, Dutch regiments which had been prisoners in; xciii. 108.

-, envoy, memorial as to arms stopped by customs officers, &c.; xci. 87; xcvi. 81; ciii. 34.

-, establishment, clothiers on the, petition; cii. 78.

-, establishments of 1704 and 5 compared; xcvi. 107.

-, exchange with, state of; ciii. 99.

-, expedition, refitting transports for; lxxxviii. 19.

-, -, and commander in; xcii. 98.

-, -, of King of Spain to, mentioned; xc. 100.

-, forces in or for, the charge of; lxxxviii. 45; xcii. 79.

-, -, medicines for the; xcii. 104.

-, -, account of the; civ. 20, 21.

-, -, clothiers of, petitions; lxxxix. 116; xc. 7, 61; xcii. 42; xcv. 43; xcvi. 119.

-, -, new proposal for the clothing of the; cii. 116; ciii. 19.

-, -, col. of H.M.; xci. 29.

-, -, commissaries general of provisions for the; xcvii. 15, 23, 37.

-, -, acting with the allies in, subsistence and payment of; xciv. 131.

-, gold, value of; lxxx. 105 (p. 39).

-, horses purchased for H.M. service in; cii. 127.

-, King of, commissary general of, horses delivered by; xcv. 60.

-, -, consul general for, (Madeira excepted); ciii. 59.

-, -, English officers serving in the army of; xci. 29; xcvii. 113; xcviii. 117; c. 25; ci. 12.

-, -, guns, &c. delivered to, out of a Spanish prize; xcv. 31.

-, -, a prize embargoed by; lxxxix. 114.

-, -, regiments on foot under the; lxxxix. 107.

-, King Charles III. of, c. 49.

-, mails for, want of despatch of the; ciii. 45.

-, packet boats to; lxxxix. 94; xc. 80.

-, -, running oftener on King of Spain going to; xcix. 29.

-, recruits sent to, pay for; xciii. 134.

-, a regiment prisoners in; xcv. 4.

-, regiments for, or sent to, &c.; xcii. 67; xcv. 34; xcvi. 77; xcix. 56; ci. 111; cii. 8; ciii. 75.

-, remittance of money to, for government, proposals; xcvi. 116; civ. 5.

-, service of, money issured for; xcv. 114.

-, -, contingencies for the, allowance out of; xcviii. 19.

-, -, late succours of; lxxxv. 90; lxxxvi. 72.

-, transport ships to, cost of victualling; xc. 114.

-, troops in, method of paying; xcii. 90.

-, the 10,200 men in, abstract of what remains unissued for; xcvi. 96.

-, the war in, Her Majesty's sentiments, &c. as to; ciii. 34.

Portuguese, the, artillery service managed ill by; ciii. 13.

-, artillery train of the, in Spain, charge of the; cii. 118.

-, ships, piracies upon, &c.; xciii. 89; xcv. 71.

Post fines (revenue of green wax), as to; xc. 119.

Post Office; lxxx. 20, 103; lxxxiv. 80.

-, -, and Penny Post Office, warrant as to accompts of; lxxxv. 63.

-, -, annuity or pension out of; lxxxi. 33; xcv. 14; ci. 85.

-, -, auditor of the; xciv. 101; xcv. 56.

-, -, authorities, complaints against; lxxxvi. 40.

-, -, advance of salaries, &c. of officers of the General; lxxxvi. 34, 35, 36.

-, -, assessments on clerks or officers of; lxxix. 28; ci. 63.

-, -, officers of the, with salaries under or not above, 60l. assessed; lxxxix. 129; civ. 34.

-, -, General, overstocked with halfpence; lxxxvi. 102.

-, -, -, debts of Scotch post renters in books of; xci. 30.

-, -, -, premises for; lxxxvi. 53.

-, -, -, solicitor of, establishment of salary for; lxxxvi. 36.

-, -, -, governors of; lxxxii. 44.

-, -, officers of the, as to cross roads; lxxix. 26.

-, -, a packet service to New York under direction of the; xc. 109.

-, -, persons likely to injure the; lxxxv. 63.

-, -, receiver general of; lxxx. 38; lxxxiv. 101.

-, -, revenues of the, proposed charge on; c. 101.

-, -, See also Penny Post Office.

-, -, Dublin, the duties of officers of, &c.; lxxxvii. 114.

-, -, in Ireland, care of; lxxxvi. 56.

-, -, in Scotland let out to farm; lxxxiv. 101.

Postage of letters for the service of the crown, monthly accounts of; xcvii. 42.

-, to the West Indies, as to price of; xci. 46.

Postal arrangements in Cornwall; lxxxvii. 134.

Postmater to take rates; lxxxiii. 14.

Postmasters (deputy) in the country, as to securities from; lxxxvi. 36.

Postmasters General, the [reports, &c]; lxxx. 7, 63, 68, 111; lxxxi. 33; lxxxii. 51; lxxxiv. 101, 145; lxxxv. 21, 167, 168; lxxxvi. 8, 26, 53, 109; lxxxvii. 19, 34, 45, 114, 115, 134, 149; lxxxix. 8, 11, 35, 64, 74, 94; xci. 25, 30, 39, 46; xcii. 10; xciv. 101; xcv. 56; xcvii. 84, 105; xcix. 29, 57; ci. 32; cii. 91, 120; ciii. 67, 106.

-, -, deputy at Edinburgh; lxxx. 59.

-, -, petitions of their servants; lxxxvi. 34, 35.

-, -, proposal for a new establishment, lxxxvi. 36.

-, -, production of vouchers to; lxxxvi. 55.

-, -, auditor's allowance; xciii. 55.

Posts in N. America, as to the; ci. 32.

Potenger, John, Esq., Controller of the Pipe, petitions; lxxxviii. 67; c. 63.

Potomac in Maryland, receiver of; lxxxv. 87.

Potomak, or Pocomoke, river in Maryland, collectorship of; xcvii. 38.

Potter, Thomas, certificate for; xcii. 96.

Potts, John, one of Her Majesty's tenants in Cumberland, petition; lxxxvii. 123.

Poultney, Mons., ci. 95.

Poundage, for the use of the hospitals; lxxxvi. 116.

-, deducted from the “subject troops;” lxxxvii. 49.

Povey, Mr.; lxxxvii. 16.

-, -, accounts of; xci. 51.

-, -, imprest paid by, Attorney General's opinion about; xc. 129.

-, Richard, treasurer for the sick and wounded; lxxx. 133; lxxxv. 73; lxxxix. 18.

-, -, -, deceased, and as to securities of; xciv. 100.

Powder, state of the, &c.; cii. 53, 69.

-, makers, difficulties of, as to saltpetre, &c.; xcviii. 38.

-, -, unreasonable demands, prices, &c.; xcix. 15.

Powell's petition; ciii. 24.

Powell, Mr. Arthur, deceased, late riding purveyor, petition of four children of, for his pension; xciv. 135.

-, Caleb, receiver general of taxes in Welsh counties, allowance to; xcv. 118.

-, Mr. Henry, late steward of Chelsea Hospital, petition for a pension, &c.; cii. 90, 135.

-, John, for employment as land waiter; xcvi. 70.

-, Samuel, Esq., serjeant-at-arms attending the House of Commons; lxxxiv. 110.

-, Thomas, petition as to an annuity purchased by him; xcvii. 41.

-, Winifred, Elizabeth, and Anne, daughters of Thomas; xcvii. 41.

Power, Col., commonly called Lord, son of, where and how educated, &c.; xcix. 2.

-, Major Edmund, debt to him and his troop; xcviii. 6.

-, -, -, a petition of, enclosed; xcviii. 43.

-, Mr. Thomas, agent for prizes at Bideford, ill practices of; lxxxix. 144.

Pownall, Col. Thomas, regiment of marines commanded by; xciv. 43.

Powis or Powys, Mr.; lxxx. 146; lxxxii. 41; lxxxvi. 70; xcii. 59.

-, Mr., to inquire into Mr. Povey's accounts; xci. 51.

Poyke, Richard, clerk of the cheque, concealment of fraud; lxxxv. 134.

Pratt, John, deputy receiver general, purchase of horses for H.M. service; cii. 127.

Preachers, King's, rent of Furneis Monastery for support of; lxxx. 21.

Prerogative. See Royal.

Presbyterians, Protestants engaged in the Irish linen manufacture a kind of; cii. 29.

Preston, Lord; lxxix. 100; lxxii. 11.

-, -, sufferings of crown tenants from officers of; lxxxvii. 123.

-, -, in Scotland, liabilities; xci. 64.

-, George, and others, bail for Gifford, &c., petition as to recognizances; xcvi. 18.

-, Thomas, Monastery of Furneis demised to; lxxx. 21.

Preston Pans, dragoons sent to; cii. 97.

-, -, tumult at a seizure of brandy there; cii. 134.

Prestoso, Jeronimo, as to a prize ship bought for; xc. 125.

Price, Mr. Baron, case as to salary for Trinity term; lxxxi. 36.

-, Mr. Edward, for the collectorship of the Potomak river; xcvii. 38.

Price's regiment, as to; lxxxvi. 56.

Primrose, Col.; xcv. 106.

Prince's counsel; lxxxvi. 13, 87.

Princess, the, proposed charge on the revenues for; c. 101.

Printers, his or her Majesty's, accounts of; lxxix. 1; lxxxv. 69.

Prior, Mr.; xciv. 73.

-, Matthew, one of the commissioners for trade and plantations; lxxxv. 52.

Prisage wines, the new subsidy on, deposits for; xcvi. 20.

-, Ireland, totals of, from 1695 to 1701; xc. 122.

Prisoners of war, accommodation and subsistence of, &c.; lxxxiv. 114; lxxxvii. 97; xci. 10; xcii. 17; xciv. 100.

-, -, number of; lxxxvi. 115; xcv. 80.

-, -, money imprested from the navy for; lxxxvi. 116.

-, -, right of the consul to make a bill for; xciv. 88.

Prissick, Christian, report on petition of; xciii. 88.

Private roads, keeper of her Majesty's; lxxxviii. 82; xc. 57.

Privateers, bill and declaration for the encouragement of; lxxix. 68; lxxx. 2.

Privy Chamber, purchase of place of groom of the; lxxxvi. 64.

Privy Council, Lord President of, salary of; ci. 74.

-, -, order as to Exchequer bills; cii. 121.

-, -, [Scotland], proclamation printed, &c. by order of; cii. 71.

-, -, Lords of the [Scotland], proclamation as to bullion, &c.; cii. 134.

-, garden, ground behind the fountain in the; lxxxiv. 37.

-, lodgings, fees for carrying up wood, &c. to; xciv. 59.

-, -, locks of the, in whose hands; xcix. 127.

-, purse, the late king's debt; lxxix. 86.

-, seal, commissioners for keeping the, &c.; lxxx. 90; lxxxi. 83.

-, -, the Lord; lxxx. 84.

-, -, for allowing accounts, report on a; ci. 21.

-, seals, money paid in passing; lxxxv. 24.

Prize agent on board the fleet in the W. Indies, salary, &c.; xcvi. 65.

-, -, on board the grand fleet, ci. 9.

-, agents zealous for the crown, always pushed at; xcviii. 103.

-, -, xcvii. 43; lxxxii. 56.

-, -, difficulties of finding; xciv. 105.

-, -, instructions for; lxxxiii. 121.

-, -, liberty to trade; xcv. 47.

-, commission, arrears upon superseding the; xc. 37.

-, fish; lxxxi. 103; lxxxii. 17.

-, -, required to be exported without duty; xcix. 106.

-, goods from plantations, duties on; lxxxii. 6, 17.

-, -, as to taxation of; lxxxix. 55.

-, -, concealed, affidavit as to; ci. 89.

-, money; lxxxi. 73, 89; lxxxvi. 73; xciii. 98.

-, -, additional scheme of the receipts and payments of; lxxxvii. 110.

-, office, as to the; lxxxviii. 24; xcii. 36; xciv. 28; xcv. 63; cii. 41.

-, -, fees at the table of; xc. 103.

-, -, money due to, from Board of Ordnance; xcii. 21.

-, -, medals to be paid for by, lxxxvii. 145.

-, -, presentment of Mr. Crow; xcv. 94.

-, -, W. India prizes not accounted for at the; xcix. 111.

-, officers, for remission of taxes; lxxxix. 127; xciii. 16.

-, ships, privileges of; lxxxvi. 59.

-, -, taken into H.M. service, as to; xcii. 20.

-, -, and goods. See Prizes, Commissioners of.

-, -, -, persons chosen for sale of; xciv. 48.

-, yielding without resistance; xci. 61.

Prizes, advocate for H.M., petition to be lxxxviii. 61; xcviii. 87.

-, arrears of; lxxxiii. 98; xc. 25.

-, a commissioner appointed as agent for; lxxxv. 144.

-, agent for, at Newfoundland, liberty to trade; xcv. 47, 55.

-, captors of, payments to; lxxxv. 164.

-, commissioners of [reports, &c.], and prize ships and goods; lxxix. 68; lxxxi. 58, 93, 105, 108; lxxxii. 6, 15, 25, 32, 45, 55, 56, 58, 63, 70, 79; lxxxiii. 45, 121; lxxxiv. 13, 14, 25, 43, 49, 64, 69, 74, 78, 85, 86, 89, 96, 102, 108, 116, 153, 157; lxxxv. 46, 48, 50, 84, 96, 126, 135, 149, 158; lxxxvi. 13, 15, 27, 41, 65, 69, 94, 111, 120; lxxxvii. 6, 109, 118, 133, 137, 145; lxxxviii. 36, 61; lxxxix. 32, 55, 56, 61, 108, 114, 120, 123, 144; xc. 38, 39, 45, 96, 97, 125; xci. 61, 116, 137, 150; xcii. 3, 4, 24, 75, 76, 95; xciii. 3, 22, 27, 31, 52, 63, 112, 124, 128, 130, 133; xciv. 142; xcv. 7, 31, 55; xcvi. 4, 5, 26, 31, 47, 92; xcvii. 28; xcviii. 11, 66, 69, 72, 87, 105, 110; xcix. 60, 61, 89, 90, 106; c. 52; ci. 43, 86; cii. 13, 108, 151.

-, -, their secretary and Mr. Tooke; xc. 103.

-, -, account of; xcvii. 94.

-, -, deducting the charge of management; lxxxii. 74.

-, -, guns delivered to the Ordnance; xciii. 21.

-, -, ordnance, &c. from Vigo; lxxxix. 118.

-, -, exchange of prisoners arranged by; lxxxvi. 115.

-, -, clerk for Mr. Burnaby; xciv. 47.

-, -, prize money to the admiral; lxxxv. 165.

-, -, one of the board sent with Sir C. Shovel; lxxxv. 144.

-, -, papers on several subjects from; xciv. 105.

-, -, presentments; xcii. 24; xcvi. 55; xcvii. 89, 106; xcviii. 23, 28; ci. 9.

-, -, bills of exchange; c. 53.

-, condemned in Jamaica; lxxxix. 90.

-, demand of flag officers upon; lxxxv. 137.

-, estimate for repairing; lxxxvi. 33.

-, H.M. declaration as to, flag officers aggrieved by; lxxxv. 165.

-, his Majesty's share of; lxxxviii. 24.

-, receiver general of; lxxxiv. 144; lxxxvii. 52; xci. 32; civ. 3.

-, -, no money in the hands of; lxxxix. 120.

-, solicitor and deputy solicitor for; xcvi. 55.

-, stricter orders necessary for; xcix. 94.

-, taken by Sir Cloudesley Shovell's squadron; lxxxv. 45.

-, -, at Vigo, victualling, manning, &c. the; lxxxix. 87.

-, -, since Christmas 1704, a list of; xciv. 142.

-, -, by her Majesty's ships; xcv. 63.

-, -, in the French war, commissioners for; lxxx. 144.

Proby, Thomas, of Dublin, Esq., petition as to the dog kennel near Phœnix Park; xcvi. 73.

Proger, or Progers, Edward [Esq., ranger at Hampton Court], as to rate; lxxx. 114; cii. 46.

-, -, -, fees claimed by; xc. 85.

-, -, -, repairs; xci. 43.

-, -, entitled to Great Gate House leading from King Street; xcvii. 70.

“Promat,” the, captured French man-of-war; lxxxiv. 96.

Prosecution of criminals, &c., salary for; lxxxiv. 41; xcii. 72.

Protestant refugees, French; lxxxiii. 11.

Proudfoot, Mr. Mark, as to appointment of; xcix. 60; ci. 9.

-, -, agent for prizes for the fleet for the Mediterranean, &c., petition, &c.; xciii. 63; xcix. 89.

-, -, -, malpractices of, &c.; xcviii. 23, 28; cii. 51.

Provisions for horses and men, estimate for; lxxix. 44, 45.

Provost, John, merchant; lxxxii. 66; lxxxiii. 18.

Prowse, Mr., repairs; xcix. 18.

Prussia, King of, treaty with; xcii. 52.

-, -, debt from her Majesty to; xcv. 25.

-, -, subsidy to, for men in Italy, as to; xcv. 68.

-, -, arrears of subsidies due to, &c.; xcv. 107; xcviii. 25.

Prussian ambassador, the, importation of wine; xciv. 78.

-, -, extraordinary; xcv. 107.

-, auxiliaries; lxxxvii. 26.

Public, persons indebted to the, prosecution of; xcvi. 45.

-, accounts from 1701 to 1704, abstract of; xci. 133.

-, -, commissioners for; lxxx. 47; lxxxi. 110; lxxxiii. 49, 64; lxxxiv. 104, 149; lxxxvii. 70, 95; lxxxix. 45.

-, -, -, answer to Mr. Burton; lxxxiii. 57.

-, -, -, answers to reports of; lxxxix. 51, 52.

-, -, -, secretary to the; lxxxviii. 2.

-, -, -, strictures on Earl of Orford; lxxxiii. 51.

-, -, committee of, proceedings of (office in Spring Gardens); lxxix. 75.

-, -, -, report of; lxxxvii. 58.

-, -, sentiments on manner of keeping; lxxx. 4.

-, -, in Ireland, commissioners for; cii. 26.

-, -, -, debate on; lxxxvii. 77.

-, debt between England and Ireland, state of; xci. 80.

-, expense for 1707, estimates of; c. 105.

-, revenue, loans on; lxxxvi. 88.

-, seals, the, imitations of, and a contrivance to prevent; xcv. 5.

Pudsey, Ambrose, Esq., petition for part profits of a mine; lxxxix. 100.

Pullein, Thomas, Esq., stud master in the late reign, for arrears; xciv. 70.

Pulteney, Sir William, land granted to; cii. 131.

Punshon, George, frauds in the salt duties, petition; xcix. 72.

Purbeck, Margaret, Viscountess, deceased, debt claimed by administrator of; xci. 112.

Purcell, Col. Tobias, allowance to, quoted; xci. 45.

-, -, -, governor of Duncannon fort, petition; cii. 14.

Purdon, Mary, wife of Capt. George, for relief; c. 23.

Pursuivants-at-arms, coronation fees; lxxxi. 59.

-, for dispersing proclamations through Wales; lxxxv. 99.

Purveyors and household servants, arrear to; cii. 106.

Pye, John, gent., late collector of customs at Newcastle, petition to the House of Commons; lxxxiii. 85.



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