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'Index Of Persons and Places: P', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 20: 1705-1706 (1952), pp. 909-920. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=84877 Date accessed: 23 November 2014.


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P., T., letter relating to the coopers of the Victualling Office, 195.

Pacey, Samuel, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Suffolk, 607.

-, William, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Norfolk, 488, 607.

Packer, —, merchant in Morocco, 539.

-, Philip, Paymaster of the Works, accounts of, 615, 676
-, executors of, 676.

-, -, administrator and grandson of Philip, 615.

Padstow, co. Cornwall, collector of Customs. See Bligh, J.

riding officer. See Bickford, J.
-, Hobbard, S.

smuggling in, of salt and wines and brandies, 413.

tidesmen. See Crocker, R.
-, Lewis, J.
-, Lock, W.
-, Noncollins, J.

Page, Jo[hn], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 472.

-, Simon le, petition of, 178.

Paget, William, Lord [7th Baron] Paget, Ambassador [to Turkey], 345.

Paine. See Payne.

Painter, Theo., boatman, Plymouth port, appointment of, 409.

Pallas, co. Kerry, manors and lands of, 293.

Palleser, [Walter], captain in Colonel T. Saunderson's Regiment of Marines, company of, 14.

Pallier, Susanne, pension to, 83, 694.

Palmer, —. See Jackson, B.

-, Charles, reward to, for proposal for changing into an impost the Excise on coffee, tea and chocolate, 187-188.

-, -, 1st Duke of Southampton, See FitzRoy, C.

-, Francis, Sheriff of co. Mayo, murder by, of J. O'Donnell, 771.

-, Thomas, arrears to, 552.

Palmes
-, Guy, son of William, a Teller of the Exchequer Receipt, clerks to. See Peters, J.
-, Presgrave, R.

demand on, of W. Allen, for annuities, 177, 340, 487, 543.

mismanagement in Annuity Office, 178, 196, 341, 543.

petition of, 105.

to attend the Treasury concerning debt of Mary Stephens, 22.

-, William, Exchequer bills deposited by, to answer W. Allen's demand upon Guy, 177, 178, 487, 543
-, leases of Cookham and Bray and estate of T. Whitbread etc., 28, 153, 159, 164, 196, 421
-, misfortunes of, on account of Guy, 196.

Pangborne (Pangborn), Elizabeth, widow, petition of, 164.

Panton
-, George, coming from France without leave, apprehending of, 185, 536
-, charges against, 283.

Papillon (Papillion), Philip, Cashier for the Victualling (to the Earl of Orford), accounts of, 24, 35, 73, 135, 148, 320, 370, 398, 451, 574.

Parence, Fr[ancis], sergeant, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 471.

Parget, John, boatman, drowned at Southampton on the Shoreham Customs sloop, bounty to widow and child of, 431.

Paris, France, 39.

Park
-, (Parke, Parkes, Parks), Daniel, colonel, Captain General and Governor in Chief of the Leeward Islands, allowance to, for getting in arrears of prizes etc., 21, 145
-, instructions to, 467, 484
-, letter of, concerning guns and ammunition, 194
-, passage of, with goods etc., 23, 39, 490, 578
-, salary to, 492, 528, 585.

-, John, captain, half-pay officer, Irish Establishment, 441.

-, Joseph, petition of, for place of streetkeeper to the Hackney Coach Office, 154.

-, Nich[olas], reversionary annuity, 718.

Parker, Sir George, sub-Commissioner for Prizes, Portsmouth port, 648.

-, John, Agent for Prizes, Falmouth, Penzance and St. Ives, petition of, concerning charges against him, 194
-, unfit to be continued, 458.

-, Tho[mas], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 473.

Parkes. See Park.

Parkgate, co. Chester, 412.

Parkhurst
-, John, a Commissioner for Prizes, 248
-, [Receiver of the arrears of Prizes], 109, 117, 145, 316, 497.

-, Priscilla, alias Helden, executrix of J. Helden, annuity to, 381.

Parks. See Park.

Parnham, Hen[ry], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 471.

Parran, John, Receiver General of Taxes for the county, city and university of Oxford, petition of, 606.

Parre, Ral., pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 473.

Parrot, William, housekeeper, Office of Trustees for Exchequer Bills, salary to, 259.

Parry, Rich[ard], proposal relating to Hawkers and Pedlars, 131.

Parsons, [Anthony], Auditor of Crown Land Revenues, 106, 246, 567, 595, 640.

-, Sir John, a Commissioner for Victualling the Navy, letter of, 232.

-, Robert, captain and major in Lord Lucas's Regiment, company of, 328, 639
-, petition of, 118, 328.

-, William, Queen's waiter, London port, 270
-, deputy to. See Smith, R.

Partis, Francis, et al., composition for Salt Duty debt, 153, 170, 200, 336, 476, 658.

-, Matthias, debt of, for Salt Duty, 658
-, estate of, extended, 670
-, sureties for, discharge of, 658.

Partridge (Patridge), [William], colonel, [Lieutenant Governor of New Hampshire], disbursements by, for an Independent Company of Foot, 407.

Paston
-, Charles, Lord Paston, payment to, 687
-, petition and memorial of, 170, 200, 352
-, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, [47].

Patridge. See Partridge.

Patten
-, (Patton), Archibald, captain and major in the Earl of Donegall's Regiment, 271, 670
-, company of, 276
-, pay of, 117, 146, 154, 232, 385.

Patuxent, Maryland, collector of Customs. See Muschamp, G.

Paul (Paule), Sir John, Farmer of Prizage, 56.

-, Rob[er]t, reversionary annuity, 714.

Pauldon, Rebecca, widow of Thomas, pension to, 83, 694.

-, Thomas, captain, 694
-, pension of, 83.

Paule. See Paul.

Paulet. See Powlett.

Pauncefoot (Pauncefort), Edward, Deputy to the Paymaster General of the Forces Abroad, 5, 6, 12, 21, 59, 103, 110, 111, 115, 125, 142, 273, 307, 404, 714.

Pavia
-, Maria or Mary, payment to, to carry herself and her family to Barbados, 521
-, petition etc. of, for consideration for services and sufferings at Cadiz and Puerto de Santa Maria, 117, 131, 153, 370.

Pavillard, —. et al., French officers, petition of, 174, 183.

Pawling, Robert, Comptroller and Accountant General of the Stamp Office, 389, 576.

Pawson, Elias, merchant, ship-owner, petition of, for repayment of duty on wines, 194, 577-578.

Paxton, John, house of, in North Row, Haswell upon the Hill, 312.

Payne (Paine), Edward, bill drawn by, 351.

-, Eliz[abeth], relict and executrix of Joshua, annuity to, 384.

-, Joshua, assignee of J. Portman, annuity to, 384.

-, Rachel, petition of, 117.

-, Richard, surety for J. Gifford, W. Martin and T. Matthews, 374, 565.

-, Thomas, recommendation in favour of, 106, 117.

Payzant, Lewis, a French pensioner, memorial concerning the placing of, upon the Irish Establishment, 216.

Pearce
-, (Pearse, Peirce), Edward, lieutenant colonel, commanding officer of the Earl of Barrymore's Regiment, 692
-, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Dragoons, [8].

-, [Thomas], colonel, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, [43].

Peare, Jo[hn], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 472.

Pearse. See Pearce.

Pearson (Peirson), Thomas, tidesman, Stockton, 235.

-, William, boatman, Blakeney and Cley, appointment of, 409.

-, [William], doctor, Archdeacon of Nottingham, arrear to, for pensions, synodals and procurations, 595.

Pechels, Marque de, pension to, 745.

Pechey
-, Thomas, keeper of mews and stables at Greenwich, petition of, concerning stoppage of rents, 648
-, service of, without salary, etc., 648.

Peck
-, Daniel, of Chester, Deputy Receiver of Crown Land Revenues for North Wales and co. Chester, appointment of, 582
-, sureties of, 194, 582, 590.

-, William, Sheriff of co. Essex, 689.

Peerman, James, lease of Old Stables, Windsor, 240.

Peirce. See Pearce.

Peirson. See Pearson.

Peisley
-, (Peisly), William, Chief Justice of cos. Anglesey, Carnarvon and Merioneth, appointment and replacement of, 643
-, salary to, 276, 329, 491, 577.

Pelham, Henry, Clerk of the Pells, 421.

allowances to, for attendance in vacation, 653
-, for attendance upon the Lord Treasurer, 653
-, for locking up the Queen's Treasure, 653.

clerks to, 554
-, first clerk, nomination of, 563. See also Lloyd, H.
-, White, P.

fees on imprests, 554.

payments to, for making up etc. the Pell Rolls of the time of his predecessor, 170, 490, 658.

-, Sir Thomas, concerning wines forced ashore at Newhaven, 164, 166, 421, 433
-, concerning J. Diplock, 126, 153, 421.

Pelle. See Lepell.

Pember, Sarah, petition of, 117.

Pemberton, Thomas, arrear of rent of house hired from, by the Commissioners for Sick and Wounded, 485-486.

Pembridge, Cha[rles], Surveyor of Duties on Marriages and Houses, Bristol and places adjacent, additional salary to, 430.

Pembroke
-, county of, Chief Justice of. See Neve, P. le
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Howells, G.
-, seal for, double judicial, 763
-, Second Justice of. See Webb, T.

Pembroke, co. Pembroke, collector of Customs, place of, petition for, 177, 495. See also Farnolls, —.

Pembroke, Earl of. See Herbert, T.

Pen. See Penn.

Penancoet de Keroualle. See Keroualle.

Penberthy, Rich[ard], boatman, Rochester port, appointment of, 526.

Pendarvis, Alex[ander], a Commissioner for Prizes, 314.

Pendennis Castle, co. Cornwall, Lieutenant Governor of. See Trevanion, [R.]

Pendrill, —, widow. See Rogers, —. widow.

Pengelly Prior, in Trevennen manor, [in Gorran], co. Cornwall, tenement, petition for new lease of, 713.

Penn
-, (Pen), Samuel, assignee of G. Whitehall, annuity to, 381
-, executor of. See Askell, M.

-, William, letter of, concerning N. Bland, 188.

Pennell, Paul, drummer, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, turned out, arrears to, 471.

Pennick
-, William, debt of, for tobacco duties, 687
-, surety for. See Clies, F.

Pennsylvania, North America, Agent for Prizes in, letter relating to, 433.

See also Lewis
-, New Castle
-, Philadelphia.

Pennyman, [Thomas], Receiver General of the Stamp Office, outmoney received for, by servants of Sir S. Evans, 625.

Penrose, Bernard, collector of Customs, Gweek, appointment of, 560.

Pentire, John, of Boyton, case or petition of, 178, 506.

Penzance, co. Cornwall, 285.

Agent for Prizes. See Parker, J.

collector of Customs, 560. See also Jones, C.
-, Williams, J.

Customs officers at, to land and warehouse prize wines and goods, 259.

prize wines and goods at, 15, 259, 445.

Pepin, John, reversionary annuity, 715.

Pepper, Richard, surety for J. Gifford, W. Martin and T. Matthews, 374, 565.

Pepys
-, Samuel, Treasurer for the garrison of Tangier, accounts of, 136, 754, 760
-, executor to. See Hewer, W.

Percival (Percivall), John, Governor of the Hospital in Ireland, petition of, concerning his accounts, 177, 488.

-, William, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages and Houses, co. Cambridge, appointment of, 160, 461
-, salary to, 461.

Pereyra, Benjamin, letter of credit drawn on, 454.

-, Francisco, assignee of Donna Catherine de Silva Brandao et al., annuity to, 381.

-, [Isaac], Commissary of Provisions, Ireland, accounts of, for bread and bread waggons, 135.

-, Manaseh, letter of credit drawn on, 454.

Perry
-, (Perrie), Edward, Deputy Auditor and Surveyor General of the Revenue, Leeward Islands, appointment of, 655, 693
-, petition relating to, 204.

-, John, Receiver of the Casual Revenue, Leeward Islands, 629.

-, Micajah, of London, merchant, bill payable by, 498.

-, -, -, -, et al., sureties for W. Bird, petition of, 154, 371, 435
-, security given by, 287.

-, Rich[ard], petition of, 154.

Perryman, Robert, agent to the Earl of Essex's Regiment, payment to, 688, 721.

Perth Amboy, East Jersey, collector of Customs. See White, J.

Perwich
-, Mary, assignee of E. Backwell, annuity to, 379
-, executrix of. See Lagrange, Meliora Luy a.

Peterborough
-, Countess of. See Mordaunt, Carey
-, Mordaunt, Penelope.

-, Earl of. See Mordaunt, C.

Peters, John, clerk to G. Palmes, 341, 543.

-, Robert, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Hertford, 607.

Peterson, John, master of the Charles the Twelfth, information of voyages from London to Dieppe with tobacco, 159, 164, 421, 485.

Petre, Robert, clothier to the regiments of Colonels [R.] Elliott and Sir C. Hotham, 750.

Pettit (Petyt), John, tidesman, Plymouth port, appointment of, 260.

-, William, [Keeper of the Records in Caesar's Chapel in the White Tower, Tower of London], 130.

supervisor of the work of digesting the records, chief clerk to. See Holmes, G.
-, payments to, for himself and his clerks, 315, 426, 538, 619, 720.

Petty, William, loans by, 609-610.

Petyt. See Pettit.

Peverel, cos. Nottingham and Derby, honor of, casual profits of, 626-627, 647.

High Steward of, office of, grant of, 627, 646-647. See also Willoughby, Sir T.

waifs and strays, 627.

Peytier, —, of Antwerp, bills of exchange, 39.

Phelipps. See Phillips.

Philadelphia
-, Pennsylvania, collector of Customs. See Bewly, J.
-, Moore, J.

Phillips (Phelipps, Philips), —, ensign and adjutant, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 470.

-, Anthony, innovation of lost order of loan, 746
-, assignee of. See Hardy de Beaufort, Mariana.

-, Const., sergeant, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 262.

-, John, collector of Excise, 351.

-, -, captain, Yeoman Usher of the Black Rod, payment to, for extraordinary attendance etc., 188, 554.

-, [Robert], colonel, [royal bounty for], 84.

-, [Thomas], captain in the Earl of Donegall's Regiment, company of, 184-185, 541.

Philpot, Char[les], tidesman, London port, dismissed, 526.

Phipps
-, Sir William, Governor of New England, 497
-, executors of, discharge of, from proceeds of the St. Joseph, 497
-, executrix of, 497.

Pickering
-, John, of London, silkman, surety for J. Mason, composition for debt, 260, 330, 533, 546
-, estate of, seized and levied upon, 330
-, money paid for, by sheriffs, 181.

Pickhill, co. Denbigh, 272.

Piddock, Richard, merchant, executor of R. Potter, petition of, for payment for Army clothing, 584.

Piedmont, money of, 20, 23, 32, 33, 49, 58, 60, 65, 67, 86, 93, 228, 304, 340, 360, 428, 519, 578, 729.

Pierrepont
-, Evelyn, 5th Earl [afterwards 1st Duke] of Kingston, mansion house of, called Thoresby, in Sherwood Forest, and riding made by, 550
-, riding desired by, from Thoresby House through Bilhaugh Wood in Sherwood Forest, 550, 618, 637-638.

Pigg
-, Randall, tile manufacturer, petition of, for licence to dig clay, 667
-, tenement of, in Richmond manor, co. Surrey, 667.

Piggott, [Walter], captain in Colonel A. Lutterell's Regiment of Marines, company of, 13.

Pigou (Pigout), Frances, wife and executrix of Stephen, concerning debt due to J. Baron, an alien enemy, from the estates of James and Stephen Pigou, 28, 580-581, 695, 703.

-, -, daughter of Frances and Stephen, grant to, of debt due to J. Baron from the estates of James and Stephen Pigou, 266, 463, 580-581, 695.

-, James, brother of Stephen, a French refugee, administrators to. See Bouxin, S.
-, Pigou, S.

concerned in Army clothing, 580.

estate of, 27, 202, 463, 580-581.

nephew of. See Baron, J.

sisters of, 580.

son and executor of Judith Unatelet alias Pigou, 580.

-, John, son of Frances and Stephen, grant to, of debt due to J. Baron from the estates of James and Stephen Pigou, 266, 463, 580-581, 695.

-, Judith. See Unatelet, Judith.

-, Mary, daughter of Frances and Stephen, grant to, of debt due to J. Baron from the estates of James and Stephen Pigou, 27-28, 159, 266, 463, 580-581, 695.

-, Paul, son of Frances and Stephen, grant to, of debt due to J. Baron from the estates of James and Stephen Pigou, 27-28, 117, 145, 159, 266, 463, 580-581, 695.

-, Stephen, brother of James, a French refugee, administrator to James, 580
-, concerned in Army clothing, 580
-, estate of, 27-28, 266, 463, 580-581
-, executrix of. See Pigou, Frances
-, merchant, 266
-, son and executor of Judith Unatelet alias Pigou, 580.

Pilligreen, Paul, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 261.

Pinchbeck, co. Lincoln, tithes in, 362, 654.

Pine, Ann, reversionary annuity, 717.

-, Hester, reversionary annuity, 717.

Pinnell, —, house or plantation of, in St. Christopher, 493.

Pinson, [Edward], quartermaster in Colonel T. Handasyde's Regiment, respited pay of, 598.

Pinyot, Louise, royal bounty to, 229.

-, Mary, royal bounty to, 229.

Pipon, Philip, Receiver of the island of Jersey, petition of, 130, 292.

Pippin, Eliz[abeth], executrix of R. Garner, 382.

-, Joseph, husband of Eliz[abeth], annuity to, 382.

Pisa, [Tuscany], 480.

Pitcher, Robert, tidesman, Yarmouth port, 439.

Pitkin
-, Thomas, assigns and creditors of, petition on behalf of, 454
-, concerned with T. Brerewood in a public scandal, 173.

Pitt, George, annuities to, 380, 383.

assignee of E. Backwell, 380.

assignee of G. Whitehall, 383.

executors of. See Guidott, A.
-, Pitt, N.
-, Pitt, T.
-, Stephens, F.
-, Tutt, T.

-, John, captain, Aide de Camp to the Duke of Marlborough, royal bounty to, for carrying express, 667.

-, -, Deputy Commissary General of the Musters in Catalonia, appointment of, 178, 187, 532
-, pay or salary to, 178, 532, 541, 566.

-, Nicholas, executor of George, annuities to, 380, 383.

-, Samuel, Sheriff of co. Somerset, account of, debit on, 481, 508.

-, Thomas, executor of George, annuities to, 380, 383.

Pittenweem, co. Fife, ship of, 595.

Plain, Richard, tidesman, Hull port, appointment of, 606.

Plater, Geo[rge], colonel, Receiver General of Maryland, allowance to, for condemnation of prize ship, 169-170, 462.

Plaw, John, boatman, drowned at Southampton on the Shoreham Customs sloop, bounty to widow and children of, 431.

Playell
-, (Playter, Pleyell), John, watering the road in Hyde Park, payment to, 111, 300
-, petitions for payment, 111, 117, 184.

Plume, Jam[es], loans by, 626.

Plymouth, co. Devon, 440.

boatmen at. See Bayley, P.
-, Goard, J.
-, Harvey, W.
-, Painter, T.

butter for the Navy, 458.

cheese for the Navy, 458.

collector of Excise. See Powell, J.

comptroller of Customs. See Ash, E.

customer. See Bridgeman. C.
-, Northcote, C.

Deputy Postmaster, 736.

[garrison of], proposal for, 197.

Governor of. See Trelawney, C.

landwaiters at. See Burgoyne, T.
-, Wood, R.

mails, for the West Indies, 736
-, landed at, instead of Falmouth, presentment concerning, 210.

Moors at, of the retinue of the Ambassador from Morocco, with French captives, 734.

prize wines and brandies, 117, 192, 234, 255, 564, 743.

prizes at, 234, 255, 680, 743.

Commissioner for. See Hook, [H.]

privateer sold, and afterwards taken up for the Navy, 294, 358.

sub-Commissioners for. See Darrell, H.
-, Foot, S.
-, Manley, J.

riding surveyor between, and Exeter. See Eathorne, J.
-, Strode, S.

ships at, 533
-, prizes. See Plymouth—prizes at.

tidesmen at. See Brown, G.
-, Pettit, J.

Yard, Commissioner of, taking up a privateer for the Navy, 358
-, issues for, 48, 517.

Plymouth, Countess of. See Windsor, Ursula.

Pocomac
-, Pocomoke, Potomac, Potomack, Maryland, collector of Customs. See Kennedy, D.
-, Price, E.
-, Roby, J.

Receiver of the Revenue. See Muschamp, G.

-, North, Maryland, collector of Customs. See Dansey, J.
-, Seymour, T.

-, South, Virginia, collector of Customs. See Spencer, N.

Poley, Edmund, Envoy Extraordinary to the Elector and Princes of Brunswick and Lüneberg, audiences of leave, 568.

extraordinaries, 568.

mourning by, 568
-, for death of the Queen of Prussia, 568.

ordinary to, 315, 388, 512, 665.

postage of letters, 568.

prints, gazettes and other intelligence etc., 568.

residences of, at Hanover, house rent, 568
-, at Wolfenbüttel, lodgings, 568
-, at Zell, lodgings, 568.

return of, and his retinue etc., 568, 665.

stationery ware, 568.

-, Robert, a Commissioner of Stamp Duties, 655.

Polhampton (Pollhampton), William, proposal of, offering a method to prevent fraudulent drawbacks on tobacco, 196, 612.

Polhill, David, High Steward, Bailiff and Woodward etc. of the honor of Otford, 378, 764.

Pollexfen, John, a Commissioner for Trade, salary to, 514.

-, Nicholas, a Commissioner for Prizes, 647.

Pollhampton. See Polhampton.

Polstead, Ezekiel, General Surveyor of Duties on Marriages and Houses, 546, 552.

Polwheel, John, petition of, for new lease of Pengelly Prior, 713.

Poole
-, co. Dorset, collector of Customs, accounts of, 627. See also Chamberlain, W.
-, Saville, G.

comptroller of Customs. See Smith, N.

fisherman at. See Sisterne, H.

landwaiters at. See Culliford, W.
-, Farrell, M.

Receiver General of Taxes. See Derby, B.
-, Derby, J.

searchers at. See Ellesdon, C.
-, Lister, G.

smuggling at, 505.

tidesmen at. See Brown, A.
-, Dory, T.

Poole, Richard, payment to, for lodging maids of honour and footmen at Windsor, 645.

Pooley (Pulley), Ann, reversionary annuity, 720.

-, Mary, reversionary annuities, 714, 720.

-, Richard, junior, Bailiff of the hundreds of Hinckford and Barstable, grant of office to, 571.

-, Robert, reversionary annuity, 720.

Pope, Richard, petition of, for grant of the town and lands of Clonad, 170, 200, 466, 629.

Poplar
-, co. Middlesex, collector of Taxes, absconded, debt of, 762, 769
-, inhabitants of, process against, for tax debt, 762, 769.

Popple
-, William, senior, Secretary to the Commissioners for Trade, 153, 169, 191, 358, 444, 455, 504, 562, 570, 632
-, issues to, 299, 366, 417, 514, 544, 664, 771
-, salary to, 299, 366, 417, 514, 664.

-, -, junior, Assistant Secretary to the Commissioners for Trade, 614, 620, 658.

Porchester. See Portchester.

Port Allegre. See Portalegre.

Port Royal
-, Jamaica, burning of, 296
-, fort at, officers of, salary to, 710
-, soldiers at, provisions for, 710.

Port St. Mary. See Puerto de Santa Maria.

Port Venere. See Portovenere.

Portalegre, Port Allegre, Porta Legree, Portugal, English regiment taken prisoner at, 13, 327, 386, 726.

Portchester
-, Porchester, co. Southampton, parish of, petition of, 387
-, parish church, repair of, 387.

Porter, Christopher, of Cornwall, surety for G. Spry, petition of, 200, 564.

-, George, captain, pension, allowance or bounty to, 748.

Portland, Duke of. See Bentinck, W. H.

-, Earl of. See Bentinck, W.
-, Bentinck, W. H.

Portland
-, island of, co. Dorset, inhabitants of, petition of, 730
-, quarries at, bailiff of, petition from, 117
-, ship wrecked near, petition concerning tin salvaged from, 730
-, warehouse at, 730.

Portlock, Benjamin, Secretary to the Duke of Ormonde, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 271.

Portman
-, Henry, alias Seymour, Keeper of Hyde Park, delivery to, of old pales, posts and rails, 73, 96, 768
-, issue to, 546
-, letter of, 154.

-, John, accountant in the Accountant's Office for Prizes, 102, 239, 723.

-, -, banker, assignees of, annuities to, 379, 383-384. See also Davies, Sir T.
-, Honywood, J.
-, Lampen, E.
-, Lowe, G.
-, Payne, J.
-, Smith, H.
-, Turgiss, T.
-, Wamer, J.

-, -, of London, goldsmith, assignees of, annuities to, 242
-, executors of, annuities to, 242.

Portmore, Earl of. See Colyear, D.

Porto and Correa, Messrs., letter of credit drawn on, 454.

Portovenere, Port Venere, [Genoa], Agent for Prizes. See Blackwell, Sir L.

Portsmouth, co. Southampton, Agent for Prizes. See Benbow, —.

butter for the Navy, 458.

cheese for the Navy, 458.

coal measure, 691.

collector of Customs. See Binks, S.
-, Weaver, —.

Customs Houses, tin to be secured in, 84.

Customs officers, 84.

Fleet at, 252.

Forces at, 170.

going to Portugal, [Deputy] Commissary of [Musters], 244.

[going to the West Indies], lying long on board, 397
-, medicines etc. for, 397
-, muster of, 690.

in barracks, 691.

mortality and desertions, 170, 691.

garrison, barrackmaster to take charge of and account for stores, 691.

barracks, 691.

fire and candle for, establishment for, 691, 734.

petition for, 164.

saving in cost of, by bringing coal in tenders or other Navy ships, 712.

stock of, charge of, and accounting for, 691
-, to be laid in during summer when prices are lower, 691.

petition from, 164.

regiments and companies in, 170, 691.

Governor of. See Erle, T.

King of Spain at, 348.

Ordnance wharf and storehouse, 41, 486.

pirates' gold brought to, from New England, 524, 526, 604.

prize goods and wines at, 234, 255.

prizes at, clerk and accountant for. See Clutterbuck, R.
-, Mellish, J.
-, Oviatt, J.

sub-Commissioners for. See Burrard, P.
-, Goring, C.
-, Parker, Sir G.
-, Sands, J.

Purveyor of the Navy at, 553.

servants of the Ambassador from Morocco expected at, with French captives, 679.

ships at, 84, 680.

bound to Virginia, 437.

fitted out at, 448
-, to be refitted and victualled for a voyage to the Straits, 482.

from New England, with pirates' gold, 524, 526, 604.

tin, landing of, 84, 680.

Yard, issues for, 48, 517
-, officers of, 554
-, timber for service of, from the New Forest, 553, 554, 709.

Portsmouth, Duchess of. See Keroualle, Louise Renée de Penancoet de.

Portugal, 63, 81.

Army in. See Index of Subjects —Army, Abroad, in Portugal.

brandy from, duties on, 397, 509.

chief place for the reception of the English woollen manufacture, 703.

Court of, watch at, 740.

expedition to, 6.

goods for, export of, 450.

goods from, for the Portuguese Envoy and the Duke of Schomberg, 331.

Infanta of, mourning for, 347.

intelligences from, for English Envoy, 479.

King of, Ambassador Extraordinary to, at Lisbon, 538
-, concerning the services of T. Morris, 104, 254
-, instructions and orders to J. Jones, 538, 539
-, letters and presents from, to the Emperor of Morocco, 538, 540
-, order of, for the taking up of ships in Portugal, 397. See also Methuen, J.

arms, ammunition and accoutrements for, 176, 182, 187, 449, 487, 501, 505, 532
-, from a Spanish prize, 154, 390
-, taken up for the garrison of Barcelona, 731.

cow and goods for, 450.

Envoy Extraordinary to. See Methuen, P.

Envoy from, goods for, from Portugal, 331
-, memorials of, etc., 177, 187, 331, 356, 391, 501, 532, 731. See also Cunha, D[on] L. da.

Forces of, acting with English Forces, 233, 264, 368, 477, 544, 668.

Adjutant General. See Lundy, [R.]

Brigadier. See Rochefoucauld, F. de la, Marquis of Montandre.

General Officers in the service of, demands and pretensions of, 130, 306
-, pay of, 306, 372. See also Richards, J.

Major General. See O'Farrell, [F. F.]

in the Grand Alliance for the good of Europe, 703.

permitting goods of Queen Anne or for the use of the Forces to pass duty free, 449.

subjects of, deserving of encouragement, 703.

subsidy to, for the maintenance of Thirteen Thousand Men, 12, 20, 23-24, 25, 43, 46, 47, 50, 56, 57, 70, 92, 156, 266, 267, 305, 355, 372, 394, 495, 510, 516, 553, 577, 656, 724
-, deductions from, 154, 390, 740
-, Dutch quota of, 130, 305-306.

treaty with, 264, 291, 369.

mails between, and England, 295, 735, 744.

money of, 58.

packet boats between (Lisbon), and England, agent and manager of, removal of, from Falmouth to Flushing, petition concerning, 549-550.

boats, fifth, establishment of, 117, 295
-, fourth, establishment of, 117, 295
-, old, belonging to the Post Office, employed, 620
-, purchase of, from contractor, 744.

carrying goods etc., 450
-, licence for, 532
-, memorial concerning, 139
-, ought not to be permitted, 139.

commanders of, nomination of, and wages etc., 619-620.

contract for, hardships in, 619-620
-, new contract, petition for, 619-620
-, release and discharge of, 744.

contractor for. See Dummer, E.

hazard of weather or privateers, 295.

wages and victualling, 620.

weekly sailings instead of fortnightly, 295, 620.

possessions of. See West Indies, Portuguese.

prizes taken in, proceeds of, 61.

remittances to, and bills of exchange, 1, 40, 44, 92, 209, 395, 453, 559.

ships at, in, or going to and from, hired to attend the Expedition to Catalonia, 26, 397.

transports for Forces, defended against the enemy, 172, 175, 481, 512
-, from Holland, 126, 459, 592
-, from Ireland, 291, 705, 759
-, hired in England, 759
-, hired in Ireland, 705, 759
-, hired in London, 705, 759
-, hired in Whitehaven, 162, 424
-, issue for, 16, 291.

subject of, seizure of goods consigned from, by commission, 202, 639, 702-703.

wines from, duties on, petition for return of, 577-578.

See also Algarve
-, Castello De Vide
-, Lisbon
-, Oporto
-, Portalegre.

Potomac, Potomack. See Pocomac.

Potter, —, petition of, 114.

-, Ral[ph], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 473.

-, Rob[ert], sergeant, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 471.

-, Robert, clothier to the regiment of Brigadier V. Columbine and Colonel J. Rivers, executor of. See Piddock, R.
-, money paid and due to, 584.

Pottinger
-, John, Comptroller of the Pipe, Customs fees, 448
-, salary to, 303, 368, 419, 515.

-, Ma., reversionary annuity, 716.

Potts, Geo[rge], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 261.

Pouchaud
-, Nicholas, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears of, 261
-, ensign in the Company of Invalids, 262.

Povey, John, Clerk of the Privy Council, salary to, 302, 368, 418, 515, 663.

-, Richard, Treasurer for the Sick and Wounded, accounts of, 132, 135, 146, 305, 356, 752.

executors of, 752
-, payment by, of balance of account into Exchequer, 135, 146, 356, 494, 602
-, payment by, of rent of house, 132, 485-486.

issues or imprests to, 242, 485
-, repayment of, 124, 131, 135, 146, 292, 326, 356, 360, 375, 485, 494, 602.

security of, fees on, 340.

sureties of, 494.

-, Thomas, Lieutenant Governor of New England, reward to, for seizing etc. pirates' gold and effects, 694.

Powell (Powel, Powle), —, petition of, 153.

-, Ann, reversionary annuity, 719.

-, Arthur, riding purveyor, petition of children of, for continuation of his pension, 131.

-, Caleb, Receiver General of Taxes, cos. Brecon, Montgomery and Radnor, 36, 608.

-, Charles, Agent for Prizes, Barcelona, allowance to, 491
-, appointment of, 177, 491.

-, Ch[arles], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, drawn out to Windsor, arrears to, 469.

-, Eliz[abeth], reversionary annuity, 719.

-, Hen[ry], et al., hirelings attending William III to Holland in 1701, petition of, for payment, 211, 212, 729.

-, Hugh, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 472.

-, John, collector of Excise, Plymouth, furnishing money for use of Forces under Earl Rivers, 98, 99, 766.

-, -, petition of, for land waiter's place, London port, 178.

-, [John], major, captain of the Independent Company of Foot in Newfoundland, disbursements by, for provisions etc., 311, 312, 317, 652
-, executors or assignees of, 311, 317, 652.

-, Samuel, a Serjeant-at-Arms, fee and board wages, 301, 367, 418, 514, 666
-, attending the House of Commons, disbursements by, 254.

-, -, waiter and searcher, Deal, appointment of, 457.

-, Thomas, boatman, Bristol, drowned, 235.

-, -, petition of, concerning the purchase of an annuity for his daughters, 200, 547.

-, William, petition of, 118, 154.

-, Winifred, reversionary annuity, 719.

Power
-, Edmund, major, debt claimed by, 700
-, half-pay to, Ireland, 700.

-, Henry, son of John, [afterwards 10th Baron Power], annuity to, on the Irish Establishment, 216, 700
-, delivered into the care of the Duke of Ormonde and bred a Protestant, 700.

-, John, Lord [9th Baron] Power, colonel, 700
-, memorial concerning proposals of, 216.

Powis. See Powys.

Powle. See Powell.

Powlett
-, (Paulet, Powlet), Charles, 2nd Duke of Bolton, Bailiff of Burley, New Forest, claim of, to windfalls, 264
-, petition of, 125.

Vice Admiral of co. Southampton and the Isle of Wight, duty on brandy etc. from the Mary Ann, 202, 204, 674, 712, 739
-, officers of, 674, 712
-, salvage from the Grand Alexander, 674, 681.

-, -, -, et al., sureties for T. Cobb, petitions of, 138, 424, 461, 649, 723.

-, Geo[rge], et al., sureties for B. Nicholls, petition of, 759.

-, William, Lord Powlett, arrears of rent of Green wax, 34, 188, 449, 594
-, grant to, of fines and profits of the Greenwax, 449, 594
-, petition of, 188.

Pownall
-, (Pownel), [Thomas], colonel, lieutenant colonel in Colonel T. Saunderson's Regiment of Marines, company of, 14
-, regiment of Marines of. See Index of Subjects —Marine Regiments, Six Marine Regiments, [1].

Powys (Powis, Powyse), —, 110, 121, 149.

-, Sir Thomas, a Serjeant-at-Law, 34, 44, 45
-, fee or salary to, 153, 366
-, petition of, 153.

Prade
-, Lewis de la, Minister of the French Church at Wapping, allowance to, 82
-, royal bounty to, 735.

Pratt (Prat), Charles, warehousekeeper of the Stamp Office, resignation of, 164, 455.

-, Henry, tidesman in inferior list, London port, appointment of, 596.

-, John, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 261.

-, Samuel, clerk, payment to, for lodgings of chaplains at Kensington, 465.

-, -, doctor, Lecturer of the hospital in the Savoy, 405
-, Minister of the hospital in the Savoy, petition of, for allowance etc., 597, 679.

Preist, Josiah, a child of the Chapel Royal, clothing allowance to, 547.

-, Nath[aniel], a child of the Chapel Royal, clothing allowance to, 547.

Presgrave, Robert, clerk to G. Palmes, concerning frauds etc. in the Receipt of the Exchequer, 5, 12, 13, 24, 146, 341, 421, 543.

Preston, co. Lancaster, postmaster of. See Santer, T.

Preston, Visoount. See Graham, E.

Preston, George, surety for J. Gifford, W. Martin and T. Matthews, 117, 154, 374, 565.

Price, Arthur, reversionary annuity, 715.

-, Edward, collector of Customs, Pocomac, Maryland, 702, 758
-, letter concerning, 183
-, surveyor of Customs, Wicomico and Mony, Maryland, 702.

-, Nicholas, colonel, regiment of. See Index of Subjects—Army, Regiments, Foot, [67].

-, Rich[ard], pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, drawn out to Windsor, arrears to, 469.

-, Thomas, assignee of B. Turner, annuities assigned by, 242, 450, 561
-, annuities of, 561, 611.

assignees of. See Burton, P.
-, Graham, R.

estate of, extended, claim of R. Cook to bankers' assignments, 174, 236, 519, 600, 611.

-, William, arrears to, 552.

Prickett, Marma[duke], reversionary annuity, 715.

Pride, Rebecca, royal bounty to, 229.

Prideaux, Sir Richard, survey by, of Crown Lands, 241, 670.

Primrose
-, Gilbert, colonel, major of the First Regiment of Foot Guards, brevet of, 165
-, petitions etc. of, concerning repairs to guard rooms, etc., 159, 178, 402, 416, 530.

Prior (Pryor, Pyror), Jaig or Jacques, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 262, 650.

-, Matthew, a Commissioner for Trade, salary to, 514.

Pritchard, Thomas, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, arrears to, 262.

Proby
-, Thomas, of Dublin, lease of ground occupied by dog kennel and Queen's Ice House in Phoenix Park, Dublin, 649
-, leave to, to remove the dog kennel, 171, 464, 649.

Proctor, Samuel, broker, employed to buy prize ships and goods, petition of, 331.

Progers
-, Edward, Keeper of the Middle Park, Hampton Court, disbursements by, 335, 521
-, notice of repairs, 521
-, petition of, 131, 177, 521.

-, [Edward], term of, in the Gatehouse leading to New Palace Yard, 573.

Proisly Dept. de Tugny, Judith de, royal bounty to, 229.

Proudfoot
-, Mark, Agent for Prizes on board the Fleet in the Mediterranean, 204, 755
-, allowance to, 245
-, appointment of, 219, 245
-, charged with undue practices, and misbehaviour of, 634, 637
-, clerk for, 245
-, prizes or prize money in hands of, account of, 560
-, replaced, 634.

Prowse, —, repairs to tenements in Taunton, 712.

Prussia, Forces of, for aid of the Duke of Savoy. See Prussia—King of, subsidy to.

King of, Ambassador Extraordinary from, 54, 60
-, entertained at the Cockpit, 628
-, memorial from, 164, 449. See also Spanheim, Baron E. von.

Ambassador Extraordinary to. See Wentworth, T., Lord Raby.

Envoy Extraordinary to. See Wentworth, T., Lord Raby.

subsidy to, towards maintaining Eight Thousand Men sent to help the Duke of Savoy, 3, 4, 20, 21, 35, 41, 54, 59, 60, 90, 226, 264, 360, 369, 404, 452, 484, 486, 493, 581
-, deductions from, 404.

treaty with, 4, 264, 360.

Queen of, death of, mourning for, 568, 622.

Pryor. See Prior.

Puerto de Santa Maria
-, Port St. Mary, Spain, 370
-, prizes from, 285, 429
-, transport at, 448.

Puleston, John, of Hafod y Wern, lease of shops at Wrexham, 272.

-, -, of Pickhill, lease of shops at Wrexham, 272.

Pulford, Thomas, lease of shops at Wrexham, 272.

Pullein (Pulleine), Thomas, Sheriff of co. York, 461.

-, Tho[mas], Stud Master to William III, arrears to, 117.

Pulley. See Pooley.

Pulteney, Daniel, reversionary annuity, 714.

-, -, Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Denmark, equipage, 652, 679
-, ordinary to, 652, 679.

-, John, concerning grant of the messuage or tenement inhabited by Sir J. Mordaunt, 614
-, house of, near St. James's Palace, 614.

-, Sir William, estate of, 614.

Punshon, George, concerning Salt Duty frauds, 96-97, 207.

Purcell, Edward, pension to, 83, 694.

-, [Edward], major in Colonel W. Seymour's Regiment of Marines, company of, 13.

-, Frances, pension to, 83, 694.

-, Toby, colonel, petition of, for confirmation of title to an estate in co. Tipperary, 704.

Purdon, George, captain, officer that came in upon the capitulation of Limerick, petition of, for royal bounty, 164, 200, 464.

Purefoy, Sarah, widow, lease of lands and tenements in co. York, 641.

Purvier, William, bill drawn by, 351.

Putt, Sir Thomas, et al. Commissioners to enquire of Tax frauds in co. Devon and the city of Exeter, 445.

Pye
-, John, claim of, for drawback of codfish, 417
-, composition for Salt Duty debt, 153, 154, 356, 417.

Pyle, William, pensioner, Chelsea Hospital, turned out, arrears to, 469.

Pyror. See Prior.