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'Index of persons and Places: P', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 13: 1697-1698 (1933), pp. 525-529. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=82965 Date accessed: 26 November 2014.


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Pacey (Pacy), Samuel, Receiver General of assessments for part of Suffolk, 89, 306, 326, 400.

Packer, —, son of John, 53, 239, 321.

-, John, Usher of the Receipt and Keeper of the Council Chamber of the Star Chamber, 1, 120, 209, 233, 234, 412; a Manager of the Malt Lottery, 429; lottery tickets deposited with, 227, 239; old lottery tickets at his house, 52, 54; coining tools seized by him as a Justice, 52, 54; money entrusted to, 321.

-, Phillip, late Paymaster of the Works, 191, 209; late Usher of the Receipt, 209.

-, Thomas, a collector of taxes in Stepney, 430.

Pacy. See Pacey.

Page, —, of the Excise, 30.

-, Adam, lands in Newcastle, 415.

-, Phillip, information against, 259.

Paget, William, Lord Paget, Ambassador [at Constantinople], 279, 390.

Pakley [?Takeley], co. Essex, Waltham Hall in, 314.

Palermo, Sicily, consul at, 265.

Palgrave, Sir Augustine, outlaw, lands forfeited by, 267.

Pallis, Garrycastle barony, King's county, 444.

Pallister, Hugh, lieutenant, Sanderson's regiment, 275.

-, Walter, captain, Sanderson's regiment, 275.

Palmer, Edward, surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc., 424.

-, Isaac, tidesman, Whitehaven port, 227.

-, Joseph, surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc., co. Durham, 123.

-, Roger, Earl of Castlemaine, 62.

Palmes, Guy, a Teller of the Exchequer, 32, 84, 186, 426; suspension removed, 36, 37, 161.

Papillon, (Papillion, Pappillon, Pappillion) —, petition of, 74; victualling at Cadiz, 69, 262.

-, Phillip, Cashier for the Victualling, 100, 116, 289–90, 296, 300.

Papworth. See Tapworth.

Paris, and Calais, King's messengers between, 242, 325; chapel of the Ambassador from England in, 405.

Parker, —, evidence of, 66.

-, -, a supervisor of Excise, co. Hants., 53, 64.

-, Thomas, Lord Monteagle, lands, co. Lancs., 178.

-, -, petition of, 326.

Parkes, Richard, quartermaster, Windsor's regiment, 254.

Parkhead, co. Cumberland, 180.

Parkny. See Partney.

Parndon. See Great Parndon.

Parran, John, Receiver General of assessments, co. Oxford, 305, 399.

Parrot, Daniel, ensign, Coote's regiment, 274.

Parry, Francis, a Commissioner of Excise, 393; and the mismanagements, etc. in the Excise, 19, 29, 31, 85.

-, George, Solicitor for the Revenue of Excise, 2, 14, 15, 166, 228, 449.

-, Richard, surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc., for cos. Carnarvon and Merioneth, 123.

Parsons, —, forfeited estate of, 114.

-, Anthony, an Auditor of Crown Revenues, 372.

-, Edward, collector of Four and a half per cent. duties, etc, at Montserrat, 151.

-, John, affidavit of, 82.

-, -, surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc., co. Warwick, 124.

-, Richard, weighing porter, London port, 424.

-, Robert, captain, Bolton's regiment, 273.

-, William, King's waiter, London port, 233.

Parsons Flats, co. York, 195.

Partington, —, Excise duties, 19.

Partney, Parkny, co. Lincoln, 182.

Partridge, John, ensign, Sanderson's regiment, 275.

Pascoe, Thomas, petition for lease of tenements in Treverbyn Courtney, 117.

Pasmer, Henry, chaplain going to Maryland, 214.

Paston. See Pawscon.

Patrick, Simon, Bishop of Ely, testimony by, 67.

Patrickson, Richard, searcher, Carlisle port, 318.

Patrington, co. York, 199, 200.

Patsell [?Tattershall], co. Lincoln, manor of, 208.

Patten, co. Lancs. [Patton, co. Westmorland], 178.

Patteson, Henry, cottage in Northumberland, 417.

-, William, lands in Northumberland, 423.

Patton. See Patten.

Paul, James, lessee of the office of Havenor of the Duchy of Cornwall, 118.

Paulet, Charles, Duke of Bolton, his regiment. See Army—regiments.

-, -, Earl of Wiltshire, Marquess of Winchester, Lord Chamberlain to Queen Mary II, 307; a Lord Justice of Ireland, 128, 379; payment for, 56.

-, Isabella, Marchioness of Winchester, and the estate of her brother, John Howard, 55–6.

-, Lord William, grant to, 56, 58.

Pauly, [James Henry], Resident from the King of Denmark, 152.

Pauncefoot, Mr., 21, 56.

Pauncefort, Edward, bills in his hands, 169; deputy to the Master of the Jewel House, 297.

Pavy, James, searcher, Ipswich port, 281.

Pawscon [Paston], co. Northumberland, 414.

Paxton, co. Huntingdon, 181.

Payne, Thomas, a serjeant-at-arms, 215.

Payntor (Paynter), Allington, lease of lands in trust for his children, 127.

Peace, Robert, tenement in Corbridge, 421.

Pearson, John, cornet, Leigh's regiment, 254.

- See also Peirson.

Peascot, William, information against, non-payment of duty on wine, 259.

Peirce (Pierce), John, fined, 375.

-, Richard, undersearcher, London port, 110, 213.

Peirson (Pierson), Oliver, land carriageman, London port, 69, 264.

Pelham, Henry, Clerk of the Pells, 58, 61, 231, 234, 244, 401.

-, Thomas, a lord of the Treasury, 1–109 passim, 119, 211, 323, 373; opinions of, etc. 23, 24, 38; recommends a clerk, 68.

Peltier, —, payment to, 61.

-, James, cornet, Villiers regiment, 296.

Pelton, [co. Durham], 419.

Pembroke, county of, assessments on houses in, 337; Justices of the Peace of, 337; Receiver General of assessments, 306, 399; surveyors of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 121, 253.

Pembroke Ferry, co. Pembroke, Customs officers at, 265.

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

Pen, —, Excise affairs, 14.

- Cp. Penne.

Penberthy, Richard, mariner, Customs vessel, 333.

Penfold, Oliver, affidavit of, 70; information against, non-payment of duty on wine, 259.

Pengelley (Pengelly), —, petition of, 49.

-, Francis, Attorney General of the Duchy of Cornwall, 69, 272, 286, 360.

Penistone. See Benyston.

Penketh, co. Lancs, 179.

Penlyn. See Pennllyn.

Pennant, Peter, recommended for Receivership of North Wales and Cheshire, 79.

Penne, John, former Attorney General of the Duchy of Cornwall, 286.

- Cp. Pen.

Pennington, Thomas, King's waiter, London port, 232.

Penniston, Sir William, bart., lands in Cumberland. 180.

Pennllyn, Penlyn, co. Merioneth, manor of, 294.

Pennsylvania, 298.

Pennyman, Thomas, Receiver General of the Stamp Duties, 111, 129, 431, 450.

Penrith, Penreth, co. Cumberland, 180.

Penzance, co. Cornwall, port of, Customs officers in, 261, 278.

Peppel, Bethell, agent to a company of Invalids, 347.

Pepper, —, major, petition for grant of forfeited lands in Ireland, 400.

Pepys, Arthur, lieutenant, Denbigh's regiment 255.

Perry Inchipe, co. Huntingdon, 318.

Persehouse, Peter, a serjeant at arms, 247, 269,

Persia, 131.

Peterman, Rose, King's waiter, London port, 213.

Peters, —, a Roman Catholic priest, 31.

-, John, clerk to Guy Palmes, a Teller of the Exchequer, 31, 36, 37, 84, 426.

Peterson, Peter, proceeds of the sale of a seized ship, 125.

Petho [?Pettaugh], co. Suffolk, manor of, 196.

Petit, —, colonel, deceased, pension of, 325.

-, John Francis, captain, Gibson's regiment, 275.

-, Susanne Monnier, widow of colonel Petit, pension for, 325.

-, William, pension of, 264.

Peto, Edward, payment to, for hedging, etc., 63.

Petry, John, major, Harvey's regiment, 254.

Pettaugh. See Petho.

Petty, Henry, King's Ranger etc. in Ireland, 319.

Peyrove (Peygrove), James de, petition of, lading of a wrecked ship, 321, 347.

Phillips (Philips), —, colonel, royal bounty for, 220, 224, 295.

-, -, engineer, 437.

-, -, excise penalties, 19, 31.

-, -, widow, royal bounty for, 437.

-, Constantine, collection of quit rents of the manor of Cookham, 337.

-, George, cornet, Leigh's regiment, 254.

-, John, wholesale milliner, 231.

-, Phabian, quartermaster, Harvey's regiment, 254.

-, Robert, royal bounty for, 406.

-, Susannah, lease during her life, 372.

-, Thomas, lease of tenements in Stratton Sanctuary manor, 371–2.

-, -, captain, Farrington's regiment, 276.

Phillpotts, John, mercer, security for collector's clerk, Bristol port, 307.

Phinge, co. York, 197.

Phoenix brewhouse. See London— Streets and places in.

Phorton. See Forton.

Pickering, co. York, 194, 197.

Pickering, Gilbert, lieutenant, Brudenall's regiment, 274.

Pickerstaff, —, bills drawn on. 326.

Picket, John, tidesman, London port, 227.

-, Samuel, chaplain, Bolton's regiment, 274.

Pickhill, co. York, 194.

Pickwell, Bickwell, co. Leicester, 205.

Piedmont, Italy. Army in. See Army.

Pierce. See Peirce.

Piers, Thomas, lieutenant, Brudenall's regiment, 274.

Pierson. See Peirson.

Pigburn, Pigborne, co. York, 203.

Piggott, —, captain, killed at Londonderry, 438.

-, Mary, widow, royal bounty for, 438.

Pigot, Walter, captain, Northcott's regiment, 276.

Pike, Robert, lieutenant, Farrington's regiment, 276.

Pilltown, Pilltowne, Decies barony, co. Waterford, 380.

Pinchbeck, Punchbeck, co. Lincoln, 205.

Pinnock, Barnard, lieutenant, Sanderson's regiment, 275.

Piper, George, lands in Alnwick, 421.

Pippin, John, ensign, Bolton's regiment, 274.

Pitman, John, surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc., co. Somerset, 124.

-, Samuel, captain, Farrington's regiment, 276.

Pitsea, Pitsy, co. Essex, 317.

Pitt, George, captain, going to India, plate of, seized, 234, 237.

-, John, captain, his company of Miners, 276, 282.

-, Thomas, lease of ground in Dean St., Westminster, 191, 218, 219.

-, -, petition of, Customs seizure, 233–4, 237.

Pitts, Mr., Exchequer bills of, 10.

Placus alias Platus, Barretts barony, co. Cork, 380.

Platt, Edward, late sutler to the Horse Guards, 288.

-, Francis, chaplain going to Maryland, 214.

-, Count de, Envoy from the Elector of Hanover, present for, 343.

Platus. See Placus.

Pleasington, Plesington, co. Lancs., 179.

Plomesgate, co. Suffolk, hundred of, 306.

Plomley, Francis, outlaw, seized goods of, 235.

-, William, outlaw, seized goods of, 235.

Plumers, co. Berks., lands called, 175.

Plumpton, Plumpon, co. York, 202.

Plunket, Margaret, Countess of Fingal, interest in the late Earl of Clancarty's estate, 140.

Plymouth, co. Devon, 196, 268, 330, 449; citadel of, 357; coast near, riding officer for, 170, 243; Customs ship for guarding, 348; Commissioners for building a dry dock at, 426; port of, Customs officers in, 148, 173, 233, 236, 244, 264; want of provisions at, 250.

Plymouth, Countess Dowager of. See FitzCharles, B.

Pockthorpe, Pokethorp, co. York, 197, 201.

Pointon, co. Lincoln, 182, 205; Pointon Cowpastures alias Godsales in, 237.

Pokethorp. See Pockthorpe.

Pollagh, Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny, 380.

Pollexfen, John, a Commissioner for Trade and Plantations, 297.

Ponsonby, John, sheriff of Cumberland, 355, 360, 410.

Pontefract, co. York, 194.

Poole, Dorset, Receiver General of assess ments, 305; surveyor of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 123.

-, port of, Customs of, annuity out of, 240; Customs boat for, 333; Customs officers in, 49, 143, 209, 224, 227, 334, 401, 406, 411.

Poole, John, quartermaster, Windsor's regiment, 254.

Pooley, —, chief searcher's place, London port, 109–10.

Poopans, co. Northumberland, land called, 186.

Popple, William, Secretary to the Commissioners for Trade, 242, 243, 244, 297.

Pordam, George, lieutenant, Coote's regiment, 274.

Port, John, coiner, 298.

Portarlington, [King's county], French church in, 242.

Porter, —, allowance for, 44, 185.

-, -, Customs office Teller, 6, 7, 11, 12, 32.

-, John, lands in Ireland, 295.

-, Ralph, waiter and searcher, Scarborough, 371.

-, Thomas, captain, Bolton's regiment, 274.

Portland, Earl of. See Bentinck, William.

Portsmouth, co. Hants, 22, 53, 142, 159, 333, 363, 367; Customs officers at, 234, 260, 333, 370; disbanding of regiments at, 64; Navy Commissioner at, 142, 159.

Portugal, 342.

Pottenger (Pottinger), John, Comptroller of the Pipe, 207, 230.

Potter, Nathaniel, lieutenant, Sanderson's regiment, 275.

Potter Brompton, co. York, 201.

Potter Hanworth, co. Lincoln, 205.

Potterslagh, Pottersley, co. York, 197.

Potterson, —, widow, lands in Alnwick, 422.

Potterton, co. York, 194.

Pottinger. See Pottenger.

Potton. See Notton.

Poulson, Guilbert, landwaiter, Portsmouth, 234, 260.

Poulton, [co. Chester], port of, Customs officers in, 244, 278, 326, 350.

Povey, —, petition of, 61.

-, [Richard], to attend the Treasury, 103, 107.

-, Thomas, royal bounty for, 406.

Powell (Powel), —. Exchequer bills of, 12, 16.

-, George Wood, merchant, petition of, 412.

-, John, proclamation reward for, 373.

-, -, captain, Bolton's regiment, 274.

-, Morgan, comptroller, Milford port, 349.

-, Samuel, a serjeant-at-arms, 215, 230.

-, William, King's waiter, London port, 224.

Pownall, Thomas, lieutenant colonel, Harvey's regiment, 254.

Powney, Henry, lieutenant, Leigh's regiment, 254.

Powys, Mr., directions to, 38, 65.

-, Richard, comptroller, Lynn Regis port, 213.

-, Sir Thomas, counsel, 65–6, 109– 10.

Pratt (Prat), Elias, quartermaster, Denbigh's regiment, 255.

-, John, lieutenant, Erle's regiment, 275.

Preaching Friars House, [Tynemouth], co. Northumberland, 418.

Preistman. See Priestman.

Prendergast, Thomas, grant of forfeited lands in Ireland, 395, 443; petition of, 57.

Presfenn. See Presson.

Presgrave, Robert, first clerk to a Teller of the Exchequer, 186.

Presson, Presfenn, Pressen, Presto, co. Northumberland, 414, 419.

Preston, co. Lancs., friary in, 178.

Preston, Viscount. See Graham, R.

Preston, Jenico, eighth Viscount Gormanston, debt due from, 366.

-, Sir John, bart., rectory of Burton, co. Westmorland, 180.

Preston's Ground, co. Berks, 176.

Pretty, Thomas, lieutenant, marines, 445.

Prettyman, William, captain, Harvey's regiment, 254.

Price, —, lieutenant in Selwyn's regiment, killed at Landen, 113, 442.

-, Aubrey, alleged forgeries by, 87–91.

-, John, late Receiver General of the Revenue of Ireland, accounts of, 20, 63, 145, 253, 302.

-, Mary, insertion in the Army widows list, 113; royal bounty for, 442.

Pride, —, case of, Excise, 2.

Prideaux, Sir Richard, survey of lands by, in 1660, 117.

Priestman (Preistman), [Henry], a lord of the Admiralty, 100.

Prior (Pryor), Mathew, late Secretary to the Embassy for the Treaty of a General Peace, 327, 429; Secretary to the Ambassador Extraordinary to France, 189, 191, 209, 429; issues, undefined, 87, 214, 249; for service at the Hague, 429.

Priors (Pryors) manor in Broomfield, co. Essex, 313.

Pritchard, Edward, surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc., co. Salop, 124, 365.

Probert, Charles, surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc., cos. Monmouth and Glamorgan, 339, 385.

Procter, William, lands in Hornby, 179.

Proffitt, Thomas, lands in Warkworth, 420.

Propoge alias Propegna, Condons and Clangibbon barony, co. Cork, 168.

Proudfoot, Thomas, merchant of London, debt to Customs, 129, 266–7.

Providence, Island of, agents for Prizes appointed in, 356.

Prowle, Peter, deputy Clerk of the Pipe, 261, 356.

Prudhoe, co. Northumberland, 420.

Pryor. See Prior.

Pryors manor. See Priors.

Pue, John, lands mortgaged by, 396.

Puissar, James, Marquis de Puissar, grants of forfeited lands in Ireland, 105, 381, 403, 407–8: his regiment. See Army—regiments.

Pule, John, ship owner, of Yarmouth, 439.

Pulleine (Pulleince), Thomas, sheriff of co. York, 370, 385.

Pulman, Henry, a collector of taxes in Stepney, 430.

Pulteney, —, member of Parliament for Hastings, 372.

-, Sir William, tenant of land, etc. in Soho, 219; lease of lands in Chelsea, 388, 391.

Punchbeck. See Pinchbeck.

Purleigh, Purly, co. Essex, Bennetts lands in, 313.

Purneis, Archibald, lieutenant, marines, 445.

Pury, —, messuage in Windsor, 175.

Pye, —, [Customs officer], 326.

-, Elinor, lands in Northumberland, 416.

-, Thomas, searcher, Yarmouth, 361.

Pyewell, William, lieutenant, Coote's regiment, 274.

Pyle, Edward, lieutenant, Bolton's regiment, 274.

Pymme, John, payment to, provisions for troops at Newfoundland, 433.

Pyn, John, tenement in Alnmouth, 418.