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Pacey (Pacy), Samuel, of Lowestoft, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Suffolk, 82, 302, 341.

Pack, John, late sheriff of Suffolk, 226, 291.

Packer, John, late Usher of the Receipt, 113; executors of, 409.

-, Philip, late Paymaster of the Works, 186.

-, -, son of John, issues to, upon his father's and grandfather's liberates, 59, 113, 280.

Packington, Sir John, et al., trustees for Col. Washington's children, 362.

Pacy. See Pacey.

Padstow, co. Cornwall, 169; Customs officers at, 131, 228; Customs sloop, 129.

Page, Matthew, postmaster of Warrington, petition for remission of debt, 382–3.

-, Philip, of Lancing, grazier, petition for restoration of wool, 348.

Paget (Pagett), Edward, chaplain in Brig. Cholmondeley's regiment, 40, 210; going to India, 40; Mathematical Lecturer, England, 40, 210; Mathematical Lecturer, Flanders, 40, 210.

-, William, Lord Paget, Ambassador to the Grand Seignior, 16, 57, 146, 154, 170, 271; secretary to. See Schryer, —.

Paignton, co. Devon, 131.

Painton, [Shreeve], life grant of office of Receiver of the Revenue, North Wales, 125.

Paise, Thomas, comptroller of Plantation Duties, North Carolina, 106.

Palfrey, —, judgment to, 333.

Palgrave (Palsgrave), Sir Augustine, of Norwood Barningham, outlawed for debt, goods of, 222, 271.

Palisse, — la, pension for, 142.

Palmer, Barbara, Duchess of Cleveland, pension of, 50, 96, 250, 252, 402.

-, Charles, proposal relating to Duty on Hawkers and Pedlars, 168.

-, Roger, Earl of Castlemaine, return of plate, 376.

-, Thomas, comptroller, New York, 178.

-, William, tidesman, Bristol, 402.

Palmes, Guy, a Teller of the Receipt, 70, 71, 279; clerk to. See Peters, J.

-, William, petition of, 90.

Palsgrave. See Palgrave.

Panfield, Pawfeild, co. Essex, manor of, 424.

Pankhurst. See Parkhurst.

Papes. See Sible Hedingham.

Papillon (Papillion), [Philip], junior, victualling, 44, 46.

-, [Thomas], victualling, 4, 32.

Par, co. Cornwall, 131.

Parc, — du, pension for, 142.

Paris, France, 404.

Parkehead. See Parkhead.

Parker, Mark, affidavit concerning pension of Col. J. Vaughan, 20.

-, Thomas, boatman, Lymington, 130, 402.

Parkhead, Parkehead, co. Cumberland, tithe rents, 255.

Parkhurst (Pankhurst), John, a Commissioner for Prizes, 67, 402; officer to recover and manage the arrears of Prizes, 98, 401, 411.

Parkins (Parkyns), Dame —, widow of Sir William, 191.

-, Susanna, daughter of Sir William, 191.

-, Sir William, debt to A. Somervile, 191; treason of, 191.

Parran (Parren), John, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Oxford, Oxford city and University, 289, 341.

Parris, Phillip, of Looe, merchant, information against, 199.

Parry, [Francis, a Commissioner of Excise], 152.

-, Mary, widow of [Segar], royal bounty for, 247.

-, [Segar], captain, killed at Landen, 247.

Parsons (Parson), Anthony, Auditor of Crown land revenues, co. Southampton etc., 101, 102, 307.

-, John, Surveyor and Inspector of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Southampton, 133.

Pascall (Pascal, Paschal, Paschall), John, a late Commissioner for Prizes, 12, 67, 92, 402; officer to recover and manage arrears of Prizes, 98, 401, 411.

Pascalle, —, pension for, 141.

Paschal, Paschall. See Pascall.

Passenham, co. Northampton, 421.

Passy, — du, captain, 158; killed in Flanders, 181.

-, -, widow, pension for, 158, 181.

Paston, William, 2nd Earl of Yarmouth, return of plate, 376.

Patching, Patchling in Pigotts, [in Broomfield], co. Essex, manor of, 426.

Patrick (Pattrick), Thomas, et al., reward for apprehending J. Longford, 185, 205.

Pattee, John, petition for tidesman's place, Weymouth, 128; tidesman and boatman, Brixham, 160.

Pattiloe, [John], lieutenant of Marines, arrears of, 380.

Pattrick. See Patrick.

Patuxent River. See Maryland.

Paul, William, sub-farmer of the prizage and butlerage of wines, 361.

Pauli. See Paulli.

Paulin (Pawlin), Thomas, collector of Coal duty, 227; deputy King's waiter, London port, 227; landwaiter, London port, 227.

Paulli (Pauli), [Jacob Heinrich], Resident from Denmark, present for, 229.

Pauncefort (Paunceford), [Tracey], late agent to the Duke of Schomberg's regiment, 80, 82; report concerning Capt. Laycock's demands for pay etc., 189.

Pavey, [James], life grant of office of Receiver of the Revenue, North Wales, 125.

Pawfeild. See Panfield.

Pawlet. See Poulett.

Pawlin. See Paulin.

Pawling, —, Comptroller of the Stamp Office, 73.

Payne, Richard, of Eton, tailor, land purchased from, 317.

-, [Thomas], a serjeant-at-arms, 197, 205.

Pearce (Pearse, Peirce, Pierce), —, serjeant at Mercer's Hall, 11.

-, John, tallies on, 167.

-, Richard, undersearcher, London port, 35, 36, 37, 145, 200.

Pearson (Peirson), John, renewal of lost money order, 214.

-, Richard, landcarriageman, London port, 322.

Peele, Stephen, waterman, London port, 290.

Peferie, —, French Protestant refugee, seized brandy, 340.

Peirce. See Pearce.

Peirestown. See Piercetown.

Peirson. See Pearson.

Pelham, Henry, Clerk of the Pells, 106, 240, 252, 399, 418; clerk to. See White, P.

-, Thomas, a Lord of the Treasury, 7–87 passim, 104, 109, 149, 225, 309, 377.

Pembroke, county of, assessments, 346; lands in, 367; original seal, post fines and fines pro licentia concordandi, 321, 360; Receiver General of Assessments. See Howells, G.

Pembroke, Earl of. See Herbert, T.

Pencyra. See Pereira.

Pendarvis, —, 72, 83, 84, 90.

Pendennis Castle, co. Cornwall, garrison of, 415.

Pendrell, Eleanor, royal bounty for, 202.

Penfold, Sir Thomas, Doctor of Laws, the King's Advocate General, 350.

Penllyn, co. Merioneth, manor or lordship of, mines in, 320.

Penn, —, evidence against F. Holmes, 325.

Pennington, —, 102.

-, William, of Rotterdam, seizure of ship and wine, 116, 132.

Pennsylvania, 169.
-, Divine in, allowance to, 148.
-, schoolmaster in, allowance to, 148.
-, side coast trade, duty on, 148.
-, whale fin from, 148.
-, See also Port Lewis.

Pennyman (Penryman), Thomas, Receiver General of the Stamp Duties, 15, 282.

Penryn. co. Cornwall, collector of. See Harry, E.; Customs officers, 131; ship of, 348.

Penshurst, co. Kent, 342.

Pentlow, Pentlowe, co. Essex, 424, 425; lands in, 424.

Penzance, co. Cornwall, Customs officers, 131; Customs sloop, 129.

Peppard, Nicho., forfeited lands of, 263.

-, Thomas, forfeited lands of, 263.

Pepper, [John], major, petition of, 88.

Pepys, [Samuel, late Secretary to the Navy], Victuallers' demands, 189.

Perce, — du, pension for, 142.

Percival (Percivall), John, money due on account of Hospitals in Ireland, 375; petition for grant of lands formerly of W. Nangle, 87, 375.

-, [Peter], chief searcher, London port, 35, 36, 37.

Percy, Samuel, petition concerning tenements called Higher and Lower Pinkworthy in manor of Bradford, co. Devon, 238.

Pereira (Pencyra, Pereyra), Isaac, Army contractor, 60, 209; transport, 345.

Pereshouse. See Pershouse.

Pereyra. See Pereira.

Perrot, Sir John, attainted, lands of, 250.

Perry, Micajah, et al., petition concerning whale fin, 148.

Pershouse (Pereshouse), Peter, life grant of office of serjeant-at-arms attending the Lord Chancellor, 125; serjeant-at-arms attending the Speaker of the House of Peers, 282.

Peter, Charles, late Surgeon to the Household, petition of, 228.

-, Robert, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Hertford, 342.

-, -, a former Auditor of the Receipt, 108.

Peterborough, Countess of. See Mordaunt, Carey.

-, Earl of. See Mordaunt, C.

Peters, John, [clerk to G. Palmes], case of, 71, 90, 319; not to be restored, 71.

Petersham, co. Surrey, 124, 154.

Petit, — le, pension for, 142.

Petit Bosque, —, pension for, 141.

Petre, William, grant of goods of Sir A. Palgrave, 222, 271.

Petty, George, agent to Brig. Trelawney's regiment, 384.

-, -, life grant of office of Surveyor of the Petty Customs, 125.

Pevensey, co. Sussex, rape of, 427.

Philips. See Phillips.

Philipstown, King's County, officer killed at, 347.

-, -, barony of, 355.

Phillips (Philips, Phillipps), —, widow of [Thomas], royal bounty for, 247, 250, 253.

-, Anthony, brewer, petition concerning duty on defective beer, 191–2.

-, Arthur, petition of, 87.

-, Francis, grant of the rectory of Old and New Windsor, 215.

-, [Henry], lieutenant of Marines, arrears of, 380.

-, John, captain, assisting the Receiver of Plantation Duties, 228; examiner of Customs officers' securities, 228.

-, Richard, late collector of Crown and quit rents, co. Leitrim, 273.

-, Robert, colonel, discharge of debts in quarters, 175; issue for, 172; royal bounty for, 410, 413.

-, Thomas, captain, petition for advance for necessities, 386.

-, [Thomas], captain, an engineer of the Ordnance, killed at St. Malo, 247, 253.

-, William, lease in the Savoy, 401.

Picardine, Joseph, information of prize embezzlements, 12–3.

Pickard, Peter, captain, petition for payment for destroying French ships, 388.

Pickering, John, surety for J. Mason, petition of, 382.

Piedmont, Italy, Forces in, in 1693–6, 214, 217–8, 247, 304, 319, 394; General of. See Ruvigny, H. de M. de, Earl of Galway.
-, Prince of, birth of, 391.

Pierce. See Pearce.

Piercetown, Peirestown, co. Dublin, 353.

Piggot, —, captain, died in Londonderry, 253.

-, Mary, widow, royal bounty for, 250, 253.

Pigou, Esteine, petition for payment for Army clothing, 381.

-, James, petition for payment for Army clothing, 381.

Pilchard, Francis, et al., payment for seizing wool, 237.

Pilham and Gilby, Pillyman Gisbye, co. Lincoln, lands in, 422.

Pilkington, John, lease in the Savoy, 401.

-, Richard, postmaster of Ipswich, petition for remission of debt, 401.

Pillyman Gisbye. See Pilham and Gilby.

Pinsent, Jonas, preventive officer, Paignton, 131.

Pinson, —, renter, New Forest, 5.

Piozett, —, pension for, 142.

Pirton, Pourton, Purton, co. Hertford, 423; manor of, 423.

Pisford. See Pitsford.

Pistoll, Thomas, landcarriageman, London port, 72, 329.

Pitcher, Lambert, surveyor, Leigh, 106.

Pitsford, Pisford, co. Northampton, 420.

Pitt, —, 328.

-, Moses, petition concerning his loss by building on waste Crown land, 65, 203.

Pittwell. See Prittlewell.

Plaistow, co. Essex, Marines' quarters at, 261.

Plater, [George], collector, Patuxent River, Maryland, 183.

Pleshey Park, Pleshie Park, co. Essex, 426.

Plessis, — du, pension for, 142.

Pletsoe. See Bletsoe.

Plomesgate, co. Suffolk, hundred of, 341.

Plomley, John, King's waiter, Bristol port, 347.

Plowman, Matthew, former collector and receiver of the Revenues, New York, 366.

Plume, Samuel, tidesman and boatman, Portsmouth, 130.

Plumpton, co. York, 214.

Plymouth, co. Devon, 12, 129, 326.
-, Commissioner of the Navy resident at. See St. Loe, [G.]
-, comptroller of. See Ashe, E.; Fall, W.
-, Customs officers, 12–3, 131, 150, 169.
-, dry docks, building of, 59, 285.
-, garrison of, 415.
-, money seized at, 150.
-, prize ships at, 12, 234, 302.
-, ships at, 13, 67, 150.
-, Sick and Wounded, 29.
-, sub-Commissioner for Prizes. See Buckeridge, [E.]; Crowse, W.
-, Yard, discharge of men, 21, 162.

Plymouth, Countess Dowager of. See FitzCharles, Bridget.

Plympton, co. Devon, 77, 338.

Poland, King of, Envoy Extraordinary from. See Bosen, [C. D. von].

Polesden Lacy, Pollesden, in Mickleham, co. Surrey, 420.

Poll. See Welshpool.

Pollard, Christopher, a Commissioner going to the East Indies, 165, 221.

Pollesden. See Polesden Lacy.

Polperro, co. Cornwall, 131.

Ponthieu, —, pension for, 142.

Poole, co. Dorset, collector of. See Sansom, J., junior.
-, customer of. See Sansom, J., junior.
-, Customs officers, 348, 362, 397.
-, Marines' quarters at, 261.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Derby, J.

Pooley, —, counsel, 34, 35, 38.

Pope, George, of Looe, merchant, information against, 199.

-, Robert, petition for landwaiter's place, Poole, 362.

-, Thomas, Customs officer, 216, 298.

Popple, [William], Secretary to the Commissioners for Trade, 27, 47, 97, 110, 155, 237, 388.

Port Isaac, Portiseck, co. Cornwall, 131.

Port Lewis, Pennsylvania, collector of. See Lowman, S.; Massey, W.

Port Royal, Jamaica, bell for parish church of, 228.

Porter, Sir Charles, a trustee for the Kenmare estates, 297.

Porthleven, co. Cornwall, 131.

Portiseck. See Port Isaac.

Portland, Earl of. See Bentinck, W.

Portland Castle, co. Dorset, garrison of, 415.

Portman, Edmund, loan by, 191.

Portnall Park, Potwell Park, [in Egham], co. Surrey, 420.

Portsmouth, co. Southampton, 12, 110.
-, Customs officers, 130.
-, garrison of, 415.
-, inhabitants of, petition of, 9.
-, Marines' quarters at, 253.
-, navy stores at, 288, 396.
-, provisions for the Fleet in 1693, 189.
-, seamen's wages, 123.
-, ship at, 6.
-, Sick and Wounded, 10, 123.
-, work at, 290.
-, Yard, new dock at, 21, 162; workmen, 21, 23, 162, 175.

Portugal, King of, Envoy to. See Methuen, P.; wine trade with, 309.

Portumna, Portumnay, co. Galway, manor of, 276.

Potcote, co. Northampton, 421.

Potenger. See Pottenger.

Potomac River. See Maryland.

Pottenger (Potenger, Pottinger), John, Comptroller of the Pipe, 29, 197, 205, 225.

Potwell Park. See Portnall Park.

Pouldoghan, Roscommon barony, co. Roscommon, 263.

Poulett (Pawlet, Powlett), Charles, Marquess of Winchester, afterwards 2nd Duke of Bolton, Keeper of Burghley Lodge, New Forest, 3.
-, King's gift to, at christening of his son, 385.
-, a Lord Justice of Ireland, 296, 332, 414.
-, royal bounty for, 91, 378.

-, Lord William, caveat against grant or remission of Capt. Rigby's fine, 230; farmer or manager of the Greenwax, 290.

Poultney. See Pulteney.

Pourton. See Pirton.

Povey (Povy), [John, clerk to the Committee for Trade and Plantations], 22, 27, 155.

-, John, Clerk of the Privy Council, 198, 204.

-, Richard, late Treasurer for the Sick and Wounded, 17, 99, 237.

-, Thomas, royal bounty for, 172, 413.

Powder, co. Cornwall, hundred of, Commissioners of Assessments, 112.

Powell, George Wood, merchant, discharge of fine, 347, 349; petition of, 81, 82.

-, Job, tidesman and weighing porter, Southampton, 103.

-, John, stock-holder in the General Company trading to the East Indies, 166.

-, -, late sheriff of co. Salop, 311.

-, Sir John, a Justice of the Common Pleas, 166.

-, Jonathan, petition concerning stolen Exchequer Bills, 292.

-, Samuel, a serjeant-at-arms, 197, 205; attending the House of Commons, 119, 174, 205, 398, 403.

-, Sir Thomas, discharge of baronetcy fee, 217, 232.

Powlett. See Poulett.

Powney (Powny), John, lease of site of manor of Old and New Windsor and Mustians Farm etc., 147, 215, 230, 306, 358.

-, -, father of John, grant of Mustians Farm, 215; lease of site of manor of Old and New Windsor, 307.

-, Richard, lease of site of manor of Old and New Windsor, 306–7.

Powys, [Sir Littleton], a Baron [of the Exchequer], Malt ticket loss, 32.

-, [Richard], Consuls' bills, 14.

-, Richard, comptroller, Lynn Regis port, 361.

-, Sir Thomas, counsel, 20, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38.

Poxen, —, chaplain for Jamaica, 78.

Poyke, Richard, a clerk of the cheque to the messengers of the Chamber, complaints against, 40, 41, 42; dismissed, 58, 275, 278.

-, -, a messenger of the Chamber, 295.

Poynings, co. Sussex, hundred of, 426.

Pratt, —, doctor, lodging chaplains and servants at Kensington, 244.

Preist. See Priest.

Prescott, Henry, wine taster etc., London port, 159.

Presgrave, —, [a clerk of the Receipt], 2, 69, 70.

Pressac, —, pension for, 142.

Preston, Little, co. Northampton, 421.

Preston, Viscount. See Graham, R.

Preston, Jenico, Lord Gormanstown, debt of Sir R. Bellingham to, 127, 144; died in rebellion and estate forfeited, 144.

Preston Capes, Great Preston, co. Northampton, 421.

Priaulx, Peter, senior, petition complaining of misapplications and embezzlements of public moneys and revenues of Guernsey and Jersey, 349.

Price, —, lieutenant, killed at Landen, 247.

-, Aubrey, executed for altering Exchequer Bill, 151.

-, Mary, widow, royal bounty for, 247.

Prideaux, Ellen, royal bounty for, 202.

Priest (Preist), Titus, boatman, Exmouth, 160.

Primauday, — la, pension for, 142.

Princes Meadows, Princess Meadow, part of the Thames Wall, in Lambeth and Southwark, co. Surrey, 317, 338.

Prior (Pryor), Matthew, Secretary to the Embassy in France, 343; Secretary to the Embassy for a Treaty of a General Peace, 343; royal bounty for, 2, 106, 115, 171, 172.

Pritchard, —, farmer, et al., reward for seizing wool, 26.

-, Thomas, mariner, petition of, 402.

Prittlewell, Pittwell, co. Essex, 426.

Pritty, [Thomas], lieutenant of Marines, arrears of, 380.

Progers (Proger), Edward, keeper of Middle Park, Hampton Court, 155, 170, 411.

Prou, —, pension for, 142.

Provenders Lassers and Emories, in Dumpford hundred, co. Sussex, tything of, 426.

Pryor. See Prior.

Puerton [? Burton], co. Lincoln, lands in, 422.

Pugeol, —, French Protestant refugee, seized brandy, 340.

Pugh, Thomas, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 346.

Puizar (Puissar), Marquis de, regiment of, 380.

Pullein (Pulleyn), Thomas, Master of the Studs, 196, 206.

Pulteney (Poultney), Michael, fee farm rent, 423.

-, Sir William, demise of Chelsea Mead alias Thames Mead, 154.

Purcell (Pursell), Elissa, wife of Nicholas, and daughter of Sir V. Brown, fortune of, 83, 368.

-, Nicholas, colonel, concerning the Kenmare estates, 94, 96, 392; grant of his wife's portion and interest in those estates, 83, 368.

-, Philip, forfeited lands of, 333.

-, Theobald, forfeited lands of, 351, 353.

-, Toby, colonel, grant of forfeited lands, 370; petition of, 88.

Purton. See Pirton.

Purvis, John, et al., owners of the Loyall Effingham, payment for hire of ship, 285.

Pye, John, collector, Newcastle, 234; clerk to. See Matsen, —; solicitor for the coast service, 234.

-, Sir Robert, a former Auditor of the Receipt, 108.

Pyle, Edward, woodward of New Forest, 38, 213, 394, 395.