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'Index of persons and Places: P', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 12: 1697 (1933), pp. 406-409. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=82825 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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Pacey, Samuel, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Suffolk, 145.

Packer, —, justice, 2.

-, John, Usher of the Receipt, 34, 47, 60, 72, 73, 76, 198, 207, 245, 266, 295; lands in Gillingham, 240; loan by, 209.

-, -, a manager of the Malt Lottery, 98, 126.

Packintam, Robert, mortgage to, 323.

Padua, Italy, 205.

Page, —, tenant, 64.

-, Thomas, money due to out of forfeited estate, 327.

Paine. See Payne.

Paintor (Painter), Allington, lease of Gillingham manor to children of, 239.

Palfrey, Richard, forfeited estate of, 102.

Palice. See Palties.

Palisse, —, pension for, 96.

Pallas. See Palties.

Pallastown, Pallitown, Ratoath barony, co. Meath, 117, 135, 323.

Pallitown. See Pallastown.

Palmer, Barbara, Duchess of Cleveland, 194; pension of, 67, 70, 73, 273, 287, 299.

-, Edward, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, London and St. Martin's-le-Grand, 168, 228.

-, Joseph, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Durham, 302.

-, Roger, Earl of Castlemaine, Ambassador to Rome, 111.

Palmes, Guy, a Teller of the Receipt, 9, 12, 26, 29, 31, 46, 187, 249; defalcations of, 190, 200–1, 224, 257.

-, William, surety for Guy his son, 224, 257.

Palties alias Palice [? Pallas], Queen's County, 333.

Papillon (Papillion), Philip, Cashier for the Victualling, 17, 41, 44, 57, 61, 222 bis, 313.

Paragwanath, John, boatman at Portsmouth, to be tidesman and boatman at Penzance, 182.

Parcellstown. See Parsonstown.

Paris. See Parris.

Parker, George, estate of Wyke Parker, 107, 122.

-, John, place as leather seller, 136; place as surveyor or collector of the Malt Duty, 137.

-, Thomas, Lord Morley and Monteagle, payment to, 34.

-, Wyke, estate of, 107, 122.

Parkhurst, [John, a Commissioner for Prizes], 9, 10.

Parran, Clanmorris barony, co. Mayo, 114.

Parran (Parram), John, Receiver General of Assessments and Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Oxford, 144, 228.

Parrett, William, of London, merchant, 240.

Parris (Paris), Valentine, of East Looe, lease of tenement in Trelowia manor, 315.

Parry, David, money due to out of forfeited estate, 327.

-, Francis, a Commissioner of the Leather Duty, 120.

-, George, Solicitor of Excise, 59, 63, 66, 67, 79.

-, Richard, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, cos. Anglesey, Carnarvon and Merioneth, 302.

Parsons, John, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Warwick, 302.

-, -, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 303.

-, Sir John, Navy victualling, 1.

-, Sir Lawrence, arrears of rent of Dunboyne rectory, 305, 315–316.

-, Philip, additional clerk to the surveyor of the warehouse, London port, 290.

-, Richard, burglar, 241.

Parsonstown alias Parcellstown, co. Westmeath, 322.

Partridge, William, agent in New England to report on timber for the Navy, 272.

Pascall (Paschal), [John, a Commissioner for Prizes], 9, 10.

-, John, commander of the Barbarabella, 351.

-, -, Judith, wife of, 351.

Passage, co. Waterford, 321.

Paston, Sir John, Navy victualling, 17.

-, William, 2nd Earl of Yarmouth, Treasurer of the Household to James II, 110, 273.

Patuxent River, Maryland, collector at, 312.

Paulet. See Poulett.

Pauncefort, [Edward], 40, 46.

-, Tracy, of London, a place in the Leather Duty, 136.

Pavey, James, housekeeper to the Trustees for circulating Exchequer Bills, 270.

Pawlet. See Poulett.

Payne (Paine), —, information of, 265.

-, Richard, of Lewes, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Sussex, 13, 157.

-, Thomas, serjeant-at-arms, 242 bis.

Payrston (Payrstone), Francis la, forfeited stocks and shares, 222.

Peblestown. See Pubblestown.

Pedley, —, of the late Queen's Chapel, 110.

Pegou, James and Ste., petition for payment for clothes and accoutrements, 201.

Pelham, —. derelict lands, co. Sussex, 63, 64.

-, -, surveyorships, co. Sussex, 23.

-, Thomas, a Lord of the Treasury, 11, 15, 32, 34, 36, 47, 48, 51, 56–82 passim, 149, 151, 230.

Pembroke, county of, Receivers General and Surveyors of Duties on Assessments and Marriages, etc., and Houses, 146, 167, 227, 302.

Pembroke, co. Pembroke, collector of Customs at. See Middleton, W.

Pembroke and Montgomery, Earl of. See Herbert, T.

Pendergrasse. See Prendergast.

Pendrill, Eleanor, royal bounty for, 291.

Penfold, —, foreman of jury, 64.

Pennsylvania, 344.

Pennyfather, John, captain, tenant, 329.

Penzance, co. Cornwall, 182.

Pepper, Paul, fined for hiring ships to go to France, 309.

Pereira, Isaac, contractor for bread and bread waggons, 27, 29, 68, 177, 184, 251, 278.

Perigert, Mris., royal bounty for, 122.

Perkins, Sir William, executed for high treason, forfeited estates of, 99, 107, 173, 224–5.

Perrian, Adrian, of London, merchant, 161.

Perry, Henry, boatman at the Pill, Bristol port, 308.

-, Mich., a subscriber for Exchequer Bills, 143.

Peterborough, co. Northampton, diocese of, revenue of First Fruits and Tenths in, 339.

Peterborough, Countess of. See Mordaunt, Penelope.

-, Earl of. See Mordaunt, H.

Peters, John, clerk to a Teller of the Receipt, 9, 12, 31, 58, 62, 224, 249; defalcation of, 200–1, 224, 257.

Peterson, Peter, master of the Tolmodigheyt, 314, 346–7.

Petit, Jean, engineer, 27, 177.

-, [William, Keeper of the Records in the Tower], 70.

Pettyward (Pettiward), John, Sheriff of Surrey, 268, 283.

Phelips. See Phillips.

Philbert, —, 37.

Philipstown, King's County, barony of, 113.

Phillips (Phelips), John, auditor, 93.

-, Robert, colonel, royal bounty for, 129.

-, Thomas, petition, lease of tenements in Stratton Sanctuary, 341.

-, Wilfreind, payment to, 55.

Phillistown, co. Meath, 124.

Pickering, co. York, honor and manor of, 108, 126, 127; Steward of, 127; castle, 126; Allan Tofthouse, 127; Blansby (Blandesby) Park, 108, 126, 127; Crabtree Carr, 127; Edusmarsh, 127; Hounsgate Thicks, 127; Langdon, 126; Mill Rase, 127; Pickering Haggs, 127; Wheeldale Rigg, 127.

Pickering, John, captain, payment to, 253, 278.

-, Joseph, seizure of ginger, 170.

Piedmont, Italy, 96, 223, 233; troops from, 33, 45, 193, 250, 263.

Piggott, Sir Robert, tenant, 333.

Pilsworth, Charles, chaplain to a regiment of Foot Guards, 12, 123, 154.

Pitman, Daniel, tidesman, London port, 130, 149.

-, John, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Somerset, 302.

Pitt (Pitts), Thomas, seizure of goods, 160, 175.

-, -, captain, grant of houses in Dean Street, 105, 109, 119, 122.

-, -, a subscriber for Exchequer Bills, 143.

Place, —, du, 337.

Platin, co. Meath, 103.

Plunkett, —, forfeited estate of, 95, 111.

-, Angel, forfeited estate of, 325.

- Edward, forfeited estate of, 327, 336.

-, Ja., forfeited estate of, 132.

-, Margaret, Countess of Fingall, 320.

-, Nicho., forfeited estate of, 319.

-, Patrick, father of Ja., 132.

-, -, forfeited lands of, 315.

Plymouth, co. Devon, 54, 85, 175, 215, 347.
-, Customs officers at, 28, 39, 181, 279, 280, 348.
-, Fort or Town Major of. See Ceely, P.
-, Governor of. See Trelawney, C.
-, Mayor of, 44.

Polehore alias Polehere, co. Wexford, 324.

Pollexfen, Jno., a Commissioner of Trade and Plantations, 196, 241.

Polstead (Polsted), Ezechiel, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Gloucester, 167, 228.

Pontefract, Pomfret, co. York, 16, 97.

Pool, —. a Commissioner to enquire concerning derelict lands, 65.

-, Joseph, broker, 60.

Poole, co. Dorset, 146, 166, 302.

Pope, Elizabeth, daughter of George, 315.

-, -, wife of George, 315.

-, George, tenant of tenement in Trelowia manor, 315.

Popple, William, Secretary to the Commissioners for Trade and Plantations, 45, 147, 155, 173, 196, 241, 255, 308; loan by, 208.

-, -, junior, deputy secretary to the Commissioners for Trade and Plantations, 196.

Pordage, Benjamin, caveat concerning grant of estate, 337.

Portello, Isaac, 155.

Porter, —, payment to, 75.

-, -, captain, 184.

-, Sir Charles, a Lord Chancellor of Ireland, 23, 176; a Lord Justice of Ireland, 223; grant of estates to children of, 130, 285, 305, 316.

-, -, Elizabeth, daughter of, 130.

-, -, Frederick, son of, 130.

-, John, mortgage to, 321.

-, Letitia, daughter of Sir Charles, 130.

-, Robert, money due to out of forfeited estate, 327.

Portland, Earl of. See Bentinck, W.

Portlester, Skreen barony, co. Cork, 336.

Portlock, —, 91.

Portrushen, Portrusheen, co. Carlow, 326.

Portsmouth, co. Southampton, 49, 182, 223, 267, 288; Navy Commissioner at. See Greenhill, H.; Navy master builder and assistant builder at, 233; new docks at, 70, 289.

Portugal, 151; Envoy Extraordinary to. See Methuen, J.; Methuen, P.; Envoy from, 18. See also Arcada, Viscount de Font; ship manned by Portuguese, 119, 151.

Pottenger, John, lease of the Star Chamber, 8, 14, 30, 141.

Potter, Joseph, burglar, 240.

Poulce, Daniel, a subscriber to the National Land Bank, 258, 260.

Poulett (Paulet, Pawlet, Powlett), Charles, Duke of Bolton, 123; Warden of the New Forest, 267, 288.

-, -, Marquess of Winchester, Jewel Plate, return of, 273; a Lord Justice of Ireland, 9, 148, 149, 158, 162.

-, Lord William, revenues of the Greenwax, 123, 186.

Povey, John, Clerk to the Committee for Trade and Plantations, 41, 160, 220, 222, 293.

-, Richard, Receiver and Treasurer to the Commissioners for Sick and Wounded and Prisoners of War, 27, 189, 297, 340.

-, Thomas, royal bounty for, 129.

Powell, Eliz., money due to out of forfeited estate, 322.

-, [John], management of the Leather Duty, 75.

-, Littleton, revenues of the New River Water [Company], 109.

-, Morgan (C.), Comptroller, Milford port, 12, 155.

-, Robert, burglar, 240.

-, Samuel, serjeant-at-arms, 309, 338.

-, Thomas, boatman, Gatcombe, appointed at the Pill, Bristol port, 308.

Powis. See Powys.

Powlett. See Poulett.

Powys, Countess of. See Herbert, Mary.

-, Marquess of. See Herbert, W.

Powys (Powis), —, receivership of the Duchy of Cornwall, 76.

-, R., 297.

-, Sir Thomas, counsel, 6, 35, 36, 63–5, 66.

Prantstown [? Proudstown], co. Meath, 323.

Pready, William, tenant, 350.

Predith, Christopher, payment to for apprehending a coin counterfeiter, 215.

Preistman. See Priestman.

Prendergast (Pendergrasse), Thomas, captain, 184; grant of lands in Ireland, 131, 139, 141, 223.

Prescott, James, of Liverpool, captain, 298.

Preston, Viscount. See Graham, R.

Preston, John, alderman, tenant, 332.

Prestwich, Lady, pension for, 121.

Price, Daniel, payment to, 55, 237, 275.

-, David, clerkship of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 13, 157.

-, John, a Vice-Treasurer, Ireland, 148, 195.

Pride, Hugh, estate of, 91.

-, Shadrack, collector of Hearthmoney, 91.

Prideaux, Ellen, royal bounty for, 291.

Priestman (Preistman), Henry, a Commissioner of the Admiralty, 84, 274.

Prior, Matthew, payment to, 77; loan by, 106.

-, Thomas, captain, tenant, 330.

Pritchard, Edward, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Salop, 302.

-, John, Customs officer, Swansea, 285.

Proctor (Procter), Samuel, broker, 61, 164, 264.

Promelles, Brabant, Belgium, camp at, 190, 202.

Proudstown. See Prantstown.

Pubblestown, Peblestown, co. Meath, 322.

Puissar, James, commonly called Marquis de, grant of lands in Ireland, 14, 156, 285, 305, 318.

Pulborough, co. Sussex, 100.

Pulteney, John, Clerk of the Privy Council, Ireland, 111.

-, Sir William, house in St. Anne'sin-the-Fields, 119; lands in St. James's bailiwick, 146.

Purcell, Nicholas, colonel, royal bounty for, 266, 287.

Purvis, John, captain of the Loyall Effingham, 343.

Puy, Sieur du, allowance for, 304.

Pye, —, debt of, 57.

-, John, agent for prizes, Newcastleupon-Tyne, 94.

-, -, collector of Newcastle port, dismissed, 346.

Pym, Thomas, of Clerkenwell, lands in Dean Street, 105, 120.

Pyne, Sir Richard, Lord Chief Justice of Common Pleas, Ireland, grant of lands in Ireland, 124, 181, 199.