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'Index Of Subjects: P', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 20: 1705-1706 (1952), pp. 1143-1168. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=84902 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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Packet Boats. See Post Office.

Packets (Pacquets), carrying of—

between Dublin and Holyhead, 576
-, by coast guard vessel, Ireland, 494
-, for Envoy Extraordinary, 479
-, for officers of the Fleet at Leghorn, 480
-, to admirals in Jamaica, 710.

Pages of

Honour out of Court, lodging of, 146
-, the Backstairs. See Chamber, The—Backstairs
-, the Removing Wardrobe. See Wardrobe, Removing
-, the Royal Bedchamber. See Royal Bedchamber.

Painters
-, (W. Thompson, A. Verrio), 18
-, payment to, 394
-, pension for, 18, 133, 314, 332
-, petition of, 18, 121, 133
-, royal bounty to, 332, 339
-, to have no more painting, 18, 133.

Queen's Principal Painter (Sir G. Kneller), payment to, for pictures of the Queen, 298, 546.

Serjeant Painter. See Works and Buildings.

Painting

at Hampton Court (by A. Verrio), 18, 644
-, no further charge for, 18, 133.

for Post Office, 394.

See also Pictures.

Palaces. See Royal Palaces and Houses.

Pales, taken down in Hyde Park, grant of, 73, 96, 768.

Panel, Great, in the Privy Chamber at St. James's Palace, glass border for, 319.

Pannage. See Woods and Forests.

Pans
-, See Snuffers
-, Stools—close.

Paper

for—

digesting the records in the Tower of London, 130.

emissary to Morocco, 540.

Plate (as by 8-9 Wm. III, c. 7 and 1 Anne, c. 7), deficiency of, distribution and application of revenue to, 751, 770.

Privy Council Chamber, 645.

New Duty on, continued (8-9 Wm. III, c. 20 and 1 Anne, c. 7), revenue from, distribution and application of, to Deficient Funds, 231, 300, 347, 378, 404, 425, 458, 489, 525, 556, 589, 611, 630-631, 651, 682, 707, 727, 750, 769.

stamped, duties on. See Stamp Duties.

See also Stationery Wares.

Paper Office. See State Paper Office.

Papers
-, Foreign. See Foreign Papers
-, Printed. See Printed Papers.

Papists. See Roman Catholics.

Paragon, blue and crimson, 387.

Parchment

duties on. See Stamp Duties.

for blank books for Customs officers, 534.

See also Stationery Wares.

Parks
-, enclosure of land for, at Rostellan, petition for, 704
-, Phoenix Park. See Index of Persons and Places— Dublin.

See also Lands—Crown
-, Royal Parks.

Parliament

accounts or estimates submitted to, 9, 280, 591, 597.

Acts of (or Statutes of England), 62, 141.

concerning—

Annuities (4 Wm. and Mary, c. 3), 13, 89, 323-324
-, (5 Wm. and Mary, c. 7), 490, 757
-, [5-6 Wm. and Mary, c. 20], 136
-, (9 Wm. III, c. 44), 427
-, (1 Anne, St. 2, c. 5), 89
-, (2-3 Anne, c. 9), 236, 338
-, (3-4 Anne, c. 2), 5, 233, 256, 326, 390
-, [3-4 Anne, c. 14, for the relief of F. Emes et al.], 278, 287
-, (4-5 Anne, c. 18), 57, 89, 575, 578, 677
-, (6 Anne, c. 39), 89.

Army—

agents, regimental, giving of bonds by (6-7 Wm. and Mary, c. 8), 635.

arrears or debts, debentures for (2-3 Anne, c. 17), 103, 373, 500
-, duplicates of [3-4 Anne, c. 14], 287, 487
-, issuing of, to noncommissioned officers [3-4 Anne, c. 5], 283.

to Forces in New York (2-3 Anne, c. 17), 373, 500.

clothing (3-4 Anne, c. 5), 753.

disbanding (9 Wm. III, c. 10), 8.

mutiny and desertion (2-3 Anne, c. 17), 13
-, (4-5 Anne, c. 22), 633.

pay and clearings to regiments (4-5 Anne, c. 12), 13, 632, 633, 726.

recruiting [2-3 Anne, c. 13], 283
-, (4-5 Anne, c. 21), 633.

Assessments (or Taxes) (8-9 Wm. III, c. 6, First 3s. Aid), 769
-, (9 Wm. III, c. 10, Land Tax), 8
-, (1 Anne, c. 6, Land Tax), 292
-, (1 Anne, St. 2, c. 1, Sixth 4s. Aid), 15
-, (2-3 Anne, c. 1, Seventh 4s. Aid, Land Tax), 37
-, (3-4 Anne, c. 1, Eighth 4s. Aid, Land Tax), 6, 9, 20, 38
-, (4-5 Anne, c. 1, Ninth 4s. Aid, Land Tax), 46, 54, 178, 506, 512.

compositions for debts of receivers general [3-4 Anne, No. 17, Private], 490
-, (3-4 Anne, No. 18, Private), 464
-, (3-4 Anne, No. 19, Private), 601
-, (3-4 Anne, No. 22, Private), 601
-, (3-4 Anne, No. 36, Private), 260, 533, 610
-, (3-4 Anne, No. 58, Private), 601.

Bank of England (5-6 Wm. and Mary, c. 20), 13, 664.

Bankers or Patentees (2-3 Anne, c. 9), 236, 338.

Capitation (8-9 Wm. III, c. 6), 769
-, (1 Anne, c. 6), 15.

China Goods, duties on (2-3 Anne, c. 18), 702
-, (3-4 Anne, c. 18), 702.

Cider, duties on (4-5 Anne, c. 17), 59, 563.

Civil List (4 Wm. and Mary, c. 3), 89
-, (7-8 Wm. III, c. 30), 89
-, (9 Wm. III, c. 23), 89
-, (1 Anne, c. 1), 155, 179, 213, 376, 627.

Coinage (18-19 Car. II, c. 5), 732
-, (4-5 Anne, c. 9), 732.

Customs Duties, 102, 579
-, compositions for debts (3-4 Anne, c. 3), 178, 545, 606
-, (4-5 Anne, No. 48, Private), 681.

Dean Forest (19-20 Car. II, c. 8), 547.

Deficient Funds (8-9 Wm. III, c. 20), 97, 758
-, (1 Anne, c. 7, Second General Mortgage), 97, 201, 231, 263, 300, 348, 378, 405, 425, 458, 489, 525, 556, 589, 611, 631, 651, 682, 707, 728, 750, 751, 758, 770.

Dover Harbour (11 Wm. III, c. 5), 96.

Drugs, duty on (3-4 Anne, c. 18), 702.

East India Company (9 Wm. III, c. 44), 426, 427, 751.

East India Goods, duties on (2-3 Anne, c. 18), 702
-, (3-4 Anne, c. 18), 702.

Exchequer Bills [8-9 Wm. III, c. 24], 254
-, (4-5 Anne, c. 23), 644.

Excise Duties (4 Wm. and Mary, c. 3), 13, 89, 91, 323-324
-, (5 Wm. and Mary, c. 20), 13
-, (7-8 Wm. III, c. 30), 89
-, (12-13 Wm. III, c. 12), 89, 442, 443
-, (1 Anne, St. 2, c. 5), 89.

composition for debt of collector (12-13 Wm. III, c. II), 627
-, (1 Anne, c. 7), 552.

France—

forbidding English refugees to return without licence [9 Wm. III, c. 1], 536.

prohibiting trade and commerce with (3-4 Anne, c. 12), 685.

war against, subsidies for (1 Anne, c. 6), 323.

Frauds (14 Car. II, c. 11), 532.

Gold (5 Hen. IV, c. 4), 221.

concerning—

Gums [3-4 Anne, c. 18], 429.

Interest on monies imprested from the Exchequer (2-3 Anne, c. 11), 334, 374.

Japan Wares, duties on (3-4 Anne, c. 18), 702.

Lands—

Crown (1 Anne, c. 1), 130, 155, 179, 213, 335, 376, 400, 627.

Irish Forfeited, unsatisfied debentures on (2-3 Anne, c. 19), 364, 439, 631
-, (3-4 Anne, c. 3), 490
-, [3-4 Anne, c. 14], 287
-, (4-5 Anne, c. 23), 600.

Malt, duties on (2-3 Anne, c. 2), 33
-, (3-4 Anne, c. 17), 35, 46
-, (4-5 Anne, c. 17), 59, 60, 62, 87, 89, 563.

Marines—

bounty to (3-4 Anne, c. 3), 7.

clothing [4-5 Anne, No. 12, Private], 675.

disbanding (9 Wm. III, c. 10), 8.

pay and clearings (2-3 Anne, c. 17), 12-13
-, (4-5 Anne, c. 12), 13.

Merchandises, Imported, duties on (3-4 Anne, c. 3), 490.

Million Lottery Tickets (5 Wm. and Mary, c. 7), 424
-, [3-4 Anne, c. 14], 278
-, (4-5 Anne, c. 18), 424.

Mum, duties on (4-5 Anne, c. 17), 59, 563.

Navigation (12 Car. II, c. 18), 685.

Navy—

appropriations for (11 Wm. III, c. 3), 292
-, (12-13 Wm. III, c. 11), 292
-, (1 Anne, c. 6), 292.

seamen, bounty to (3-4 Anne, c. 3), 7.

sick and wounded, appropriation for debt to (11 Wm. III, c. 3), 16, 292
-, (12-13 Wm. III, c. 11), 16, 292
-, (1 Anne, c. 6), 16, 292.

stores, importation of, from the Plantations (3-4 Anne, c. 9), 520.

victualling, appropriations for (12-13 Wm. III, c. 11), 292
-, (1 Anne, c. 6), 292.

Newfoundland Trade (10 Wm. III, c. 14), 153, 358, 596, 614.

Ordnance, sea service of (12-13 Wm. III, c. 11), 292.

Packet Boats, prohibiting of, from importing or exporting merchandise (14 Car. II, c. 11), 532.

Perry, duties on (4-5 Anne, c. 17), 59, 563.

Plantation Trade (7-8 Wm. III, c. 22), 259.

Popish Priests (11 Wm. III, c. 4), 565.

Prizes, fifth part of, for King's use (4 Wm. and Mary, c. 25), 497.

Public Credit, preserving of (1 Anne, c. 7), 751.

Restraining Act (1 Anne, c. 1), 400.

Royal Household (1 Anne, c. 1), 335.

Salt Duties (5 Wm. and Mary, c. 7), 490
-, (8-9 Wm. III, c. 20), 97, 758
-, (9 Wm. III, c. 44), 427
-, (1 Anne, c. 7), 97, 758.

Silks, duties on (11 Wm. III, c. 3), 16, 292.

Silver (5 Hen. IV, c. 4), 221.

Spain, trade with (3-4 Anne, c. 12), 685.

Spirits, duty on [4-5 Anne, c. 23], 215.

Stamp Duties (9 Wm. III, c. 25), 426, 427
-, (9 Wm. III, c. 44), 427
-, (1 Anne, St. 2, c. 19), 359
-, (4-5 Anne, c. 23), 772.

concerning—

Subsidies, Divers (1 Anne, c. 6), 16, 292, 323, 427, 443.

Tobacco Duties (4-5 Anne, c. 18), 769.

Tonnage and Poundage (2-3 Anne, c. 18), 6
-, (3-4 Anne, c. 3), 5, 7, 12, 22, 24, 34, 35, 37, 59
-, (4-5 Anne, c. 18), 575, 769.

Tonnage of Ships [5-6 Wm. and Mary, c. 20], 136, 664.

Transport Service, debt for [6-7 Wm. and Mary, c. 7], 280
-, (3-4 Anne, c. 14), 287.

Two Millions (9 Wm. III, c. 44), 426, 427.

Wagons, drawing of [2 Wm. and Mary, Sess, 2, c. 8], 314.

Wines, duties on [8-9 Wm. III, c. 24], 254
-, (3-4 Anne, c. 3), 490, 606.

on Low Wines, 41
-, (7-8 Wm. III, c. 30), 89
-, (12-13 Wm. III, c. 11), 16, 292, 627
-, (3-4 Anne, c. 18), 5, 9, 12, 20, 22, 23-24, 34, 35, 37, 40, 44
-, (4-5 Anne, c. 23), 91, 215, 600, 644, 772.

Woodstock, grant of, to the Duke of Marlborough (3-4 Anne, c. 4), 225.

Wool (1 Wm. and Mary, c. 32), 415
-, (10 Wm, III, c. 16), 297, 415.

for—

New Jersey, 148
-, New York, 148
-, Newfoundland, 153, 358.

printing and delivery of, 178, 254, 337-338, 358, 506-507, 633.

proposal for clause concerning duty on spirits carried coastwise to be inserted in an act, 560.

to be sent to Hanover, silver boxes for, 653.

applications to, 732, 759.

attendance in, of—

Justice of the Common Pleas, Ireland, 632
-, S. Ogle, 431
-, Yeoman Usher of the Black Rod, 554.

bill in, 283.

Clerk of (M. Johnson), certificates by, 256, 659
-, new closet for, at Old Palace, Westminster, building of, 281
-, petition of, concerning repairs to the Parliament Office, 239.

dial necessary to, to replace clock and bell in New Palace Yard, 183.

dissolution of, 252.

frequent Parliaments, time of, 406.

House, carrying of Crown to, 386.

Members of—

delivery to, of letters, 254
-, of printed votes and acts, 254.

for Carlisle, 496.

Office, in Old Palace Yard, damaged in storm, 239
-, repairs to, 105, 131, 239, 331
-, works at, 281.

proclamations, etc., printing and delivery of, 337-338, 506.

sessions of, 43, 62, 69, 86, 88, 91, 254, 256, 431, 465, 484, 535, 554, 591, 614, 617, 633, 724, 729, 732, 740.

speeches. See Speeches.

supplies or grants made by, 2, 16, 57, 62, 79, 136, 161, 174, 194, 259, 294, 555, 614, 692.

no provision for—

debts of Navy Second Book, 138
-, deficiencies on funds, 259
-, extraordinary services relating to the war. See Army—Abroad, extraordinaries.

survey of Crown Lands, 241, 670.

votes, printed, 254.

See also Commons, House of
-, Lords, House of.

-, Ireland. See Index of Persons and Places—Ireland.

Parson, of St. Clement Danes, composition for tithes, 405.

Pasquas, to the Viceroy of Morocco and his sons, 539.

Pass, fraudulently obtained, prosecution for, 283.

Passage Money
-, to chaplains and schoolmasters going to the Plantations. See Chaplains—going to the Plantations
-, Schoolmasters—going to the Plantations.

Paste, making of, 611.

Pasturage. See Woods and Forests.

Pasture Lands. See Lands—Crown.

Patacon. See Coins.

Paving, in London and Westminster, 281.

Paymasters, departmental, money in hands of, for service of their offices, state of, 85.

Peace

Justices of the Peace. See Justices.

treaties of. See Treaties.

Pearl, buckle of Order of Garter garnished with, 616.

Pedlars. See Hawkers, Pedlars and Petty Chapmen.

Peers, House of. See Lords, House of.

Pells
-, See Exchequer Receipt
-, Index of Persons and Places—Ireland
-, Exchequer Receipt.

Peltry, exported, New York, duties on, 711.

Pendants, of distinction, worn by commanders-in-chief of squadrons of ships of war, 623.

Pendulum, for Queen [of Morocco's] clock, 539.

Penny. See Coins.

Penny Post Office. See Post Office.

Pens, for emissary to Morocco, 540.

See also Stationery Wares.

Pensioners, Gentlemen. See Gentlemen Pensioners.

Pensions

assignment of, 237, 278, 572, 672.

ceased or determined with the late wars, 126, 143.

Civil List overburdened with, 209.

in lieu of royal bounty, 649.

issue for (to H. Baker), 19.

on—

Army establishment, 17-18, 100, 156, 170, 211, 230, 569, 728.

Paymaster of Army widows' pensions (S. Lynn), 637.

to Chelsea pensioners, arrears of, 60, 103, 109, 110, 161, 165, 261-262, 312, 373, 409, 429, 451, 468-475, 577, 581, 650.

on—

Crown Land revenues, 104, 113, 224, 595, 610.

Excise, 665.

First Fruits and Tenths, 237, 278, 332, 389, 419, 515, 572, 665, 671-672.

Irish establishment, 80, 84, 88, 105, 157, 216, 230, 260, 434, 446, 576, 637, 646, 649, 700.

Civil List, 649.

French pensioners, 3, 216, 441, 609, 649, 705, 745.

Military List, 81, 586, 737.

Revenue, 23, 28, 81, 150, 222, 414, 446, 703
-, quit rents, 170, 207, 476, 680-681, 747.

Logwood Duty, annuity or pension in lieu of, 367, 522.

Navy, 165
-, cripples, Chatham Chest, 159, 401, 705
-, seamen losing limbs, 512.

Post Office, 79, 677.

out of a forfeited estate, 328.

pay of vice-admiral incorrectly entered as pension, 603.

petitions or memorials for or concerning, and decisions given thereupon, 17, 17-18, 18, 28, 80, 81, 82, 82-83, 83, 83-84, 84, 88, 103, 104, 105, 111, 113, 120, 124, 126, 128, 131, 133, 137, 138, 143, 145, 148, 150, 152, 157, 159, 166, 170, 178, 180, 182, 187, 190, 201, 207, 209, 211, 215, 216, 224, 255, 260, 359, 401, 446, 476, 536, 610, 646, 703, 747.

Queen's Private Pensions, Allowances or Bounties—

establishments or lists of, 18, 82, 83, 94, 201, 229, 314, 316, 377, 555, 616, 693-694, 734-735, 748.

Paymaster of (E. Nicholas), allowance for a clerk, 554.

issues to, 19, 50, 67, 94, 99, 316, 339, 354, 369, 377, 386, 395, 407, 416, 442, 481, 519, 555, 572, 614, 616, 619, 741, 744, 748, 749, 770.

list or establishment of, of pensions etc., 18, 82, 83, 94, 201, 229, 314, 316, 555, 693-694, 748.

memorial of, 145.

payments by, 17, 82, 82-83, 83, 102, 103, 105, 106, 124, 163, 208, 229, 314, 328, 332, 378, 413, 431, 481, 521, 555, 649, 693-694, 699, 734-735, 745, 768
-, of fees on imprests, 256, 554.

petition of, for copy of Rymer's collection, 187.

petition referred to, 178, 488.

received by widow after remarriage, letter and enquiry concerning, 128.

revenue overburdened with, 111, 143, 166.

royal bounty in lieu of, 378, 512.

taxes on, account of, 122, 270
-, complaint concerning, 104, 113.

to—

Clergy, 104, 113, 595, 610
-, officers of Stables not continued in Queen's service, 18
-, poor ministers of Isle of Man, 390, 514, 690
-, vicar of Thurnby, 610.

transfer of, 649.

See also Annuities
-, Exchequer Receipt.

names of pensioners

Adams, J.

Alesieu, Françoise.

Allen, J.

Allen, J.

Allen, R.

Allen, R.

Anderson, J.

Anderson, W.

Appleby, W.

Archer, H.

Arlington, Countess Dowager of.

Armstrong, J.

Arnold, N.

Arnold, Susanna.

Arnop, P.

Arrowsmith, B.

Arthur, H.

Ashley, W.

Ashton, R.

Ashville, A.

Astley, Utesia.

Atkinson, M.

Aubrey, W.

Austin, R.

Axton, A.

Banks, J.

Barham, T.

Barker, T.

Barrington, H.

Barrington, J.

Bateman, J.

Bawkham, W., father of.

Bayley, R.

Beach, R.

Bennett, J.

Bensley, G.

Bernard, H.

Berry, J.

Bing, Anne.

Blayney, Lord.

Blune, Susanne de.

Bogart, —.

Bonnett, A.

Booklesse, J.

Bowsell, A.

Boyle, L.

Boyne, J.

Boys, W.

Brabant, F.

Brace, A.

Branford, J.

Bray, L.

Brenan, —.

Brenan, D.

Brett, A.

Brett, J.

Briggs, R.

Brocket, W.

Brode, F.

Broe, R.

Broggin, P.

Brooks, H.

Brooks, J.

Brothers, J.

Brown, E.

Brown, H.

Brown, J.

Brown, Sarah.

Brown, W.

Brown, W.

Brown, W.

Brown, W.

Brown, W.

Browning, Jane.

Bryer, M.

Buccleuch, Duchess of.

Bucher, J.

Buckley, R.

Bullock, G.

Burford, J.

Butler, T.

Buttman, T.

Bynns, R.

Cage, —.

Cane, G.

Cantiran, Susanne de.

Carey, Anne.

Carter, E.

Carter, J.

Carter, R.

Caseby, T.

Cave, J.

Chail, Kath du.

Chail, Mary du.

Chaloner, M.

Chamier, Magdalen de.

Chandler, R.

Charlton, E.

Chavilly, F.

Chetwynd, Mary.

Churchman, T.

Clark, G.

Clark, G.

Clark, J.

Clark, T.

Clark, W.

Clark, W.

Clovy, P.

Cock, J.

Cock, Mary.

Cock, P.

Coggin, R.

Coggin, W.

Coles, J.

Collins, T.

Cook, P.

Cooper, H.

Coque, — le.

Couch, C.

Cowes, J.

Cowes, S.

Cox, R.

Crake, F.

Crispe, T.

Croisett, Margaret.

Crosland, T.

Culliford, W.

Dalem, Eliz[abeth] Sixte.

Dambon, J.

Daniel, —, widow.

Daniel, W.

Darlieth, J.

Daugherdy, G.

Davies, R.

Davies, R.

Dawges, —.

Dawson, E.

Decoate, B.

Degruchy, P.

Denton, J.

Derish, D.

Dickson, J.

Dobbs, W.

Dorchester, Countess of.

Doughty, E.

Dowling, R.

Downes, E.

Dragenbergh, C.

Ducket, C.

Durand, P.

Eagles, E.

Edmondson, W.

Edwards, G.

Edwards, J.

Edwards, N.

Edwards, R.

Ellis, J.

Enton, P.

Exdon, J.

Falkland, Viscount.

Fannen, J.

Farrell, W.

Farrow, N.

Feltham, L.

Fenley, D.

Fisher, R.

FitzHugh, Martha.

Fleck, J.

Flower, Rebecca.

Fontaine, J.

Ford, J.

Foulkes, G.

Fox, P.

Francis, I.

Frazier, D.

Freeman, J.

Freeman, R.

Frescheville, J.

Fullerton, Mary.

Gabriell, W.

Garret, W.

Gastigny, J.

Gibbons, T.

Gibson, E.

Gibson, J.

Gifford, C.

Giles, E.

Gladston, J.

Goby, R.

Goddard, R.

Gohin, Hester.

Goodwin, T.

Gording, R.

Govy, J.

Govy, R.

Grafton, Duchess Dowager of.

Grafton, Duke of.

Graham, R.

Grangue, Anne Daniel de.

Grant, P.

Green, D.

Gregory, G.

Grey, J.

Grey, J.

Grey, T.

Grey, W.

Grey, W.

Griffin, R.

Griffith, E.

Griffith, W.

Groves, R.

Guerine, R.

Gunne, R.

Hackley, J.

Hadson, M.

Hales, W.

Hall, J.

Hamilton, G.

Harley, T.

Harris, E.

Harris, G.

Harrison, E.

Harvey, T.

Hedges, T.

Henley, J.

Henrich, C.

Henry, W.

Hext, A.

Higgins, J.

Holmes, B.

Horne, J.

Horne, J.

Hornsey, E.

Horsley, J.

Howard, R.

Howells, E.

Howells, S.

Hughes, C.

Hughes, C.

Hughes, J.

Hughes, J.

Hume, W.

Humes, G.

Hunber, S.

Hunt, J.

Hunt, N.

Inwood, R.

Jackson, J.

Jefferson, J.

Jelson, S.

Jennaway, A.

Jennings, T.

Jermyn, S.

Johnson, A.

Johnson, G.

Johnson, R.

Johnson, T.

Jones, F.

Jones, R.

Jordan, T.

Jordan, W.

Kelly, W.

Kent, G.

Killigrew, Barbara.

Killigrew, Mary.

Kilpatrick, J.

Lambermont, Mary.

Lamotte, Olimpe.

Lane, J., daughters of.

Lane, T.

Lashly, W.

Laussac, A. de.

Laussac, Jane de.

Laussac, Marie de.

Lauze, —.

Lawlesse, P.

Leare, J.

Ledbury, W.

Leed, R.

Legg, W., and widow of.

Leviston, J.

Lisle, Madam de, widow.

Little, J.

Lloyd, Ann.

Longford, Earl of.

Loufton, —.

Lowder, W.

Lunt, J.

Mabson, M.

Macay, R.

Macdonall, H.

Mackennay, W.

Maclare, J.

Maclean, J.

Maclean, Sir J.

Macloudy, J.

Macmillion, J.

Macmillion, W.

MacNeale, L.

Makenly, D.

Marshall, J.

Martin, J.

Martiniere, Magdalen de la.

Massy, —.

Matson, M.

Matthews, J.

Mead, J.

Meloniere, [I.] de la.

Melton, J.

Merrison, J.

Michison, R.

Miller, H.

Miller, J.

Milliere, Jeanne de la.

Mills, G.

Mingen, J.

Misson, —.

Mittime, D.

Mollien, Susanne de.

Moncall, M. A. D. d'.

Moncall, Magdalene d'.

Monpesson, —.

Montgomery, J.

Moore, J.

Morgan, J.

Morgan, T.

Morris, N.

Morrison, J.

Mount-Alexander, Earl of.

Mowat, Sir W.

Mullican, G.

Murrow, W.

Narbone, J.

Needham, J.

Neno, I.

Newball, J.

Nicholls, J.

Nicholls, J.

Nicholson, W.

Norman, J.

Nottingham, W.

Oates, Rebecca.

Oates, T.

Ogleby, J.

Oglethorpe, W.

Page, J.

Pallier, Susanne.

Parence, F.

Parker, T.

Parnham, H.

Parre, R.

Pauldon, Rebecca.

Pauldon, T.

Payzant, L.

Peare, J.

Pechels, Marque de.

Pennell, P.

Phillips, —.

Phillips, C.

Pilligreen, P.

Porter, G.

Portsmouth, Duchess of.

Potter, R.

Potter, R.

Potts, G.

Pouchaud, N.

Powell, C.

Powell, H.

Pratt, J.

Price, R.

Prior, J.

Pritchard, T.

Purcell, E.

Purcell, Frances.

Pyle, W.

Rabellis, A.

Raleigh, —.

Raleigh, Frances.

Raleigh, P.

Read, A.

Read, J.

Read, T.

Renham, F.

Reynolds, A.

Reynolds, J.

Robins, G.

Rogers, —, widow.

Rogers, Ann.

Rogers, J.

Ronsele, Baron de.

Ronsele, Elizabeth.

Ross, A.

Ross, J.

Rouse, M.

Roux, Judith de.

Rowland, P.

Rudderford, R.

Russell, Lady or Dame Laetitia.

Russell, Sir W.

Ruthven, F.

St. Albans, Duke of.

St. Lawrens, L. de.

Salle, Jean de la.

Sallinanne, Eliz[abeth].

Scott, E.

Scott, H.

Scott, R.

Sefton, J.

Serjeant, J.

Sermen, Mary Ann.

Sermion, —.

Serry, S.

Shepherd, T.

Sherlock, [W.]

Sherwood, R.

Simpson, A.

Simpson, J.

Skinner, M.

Smith, N.

Smith, R.

Smith, W.

Smythers, E.

Solomon, J.

Southampton, Duke of.

Sparrell, D.

Spence, G.

Spencer, T.

Spiller, R.

Starkey, L.

Stephens, Lady.

Stephens, W.

Stewart, J.

Stewart, J.

Styles, T.

Sutton, —.

Sutton, A.

Swaine, J.

Tawney, J.

Taylor, J.

Taylor, R.

Taylor, T.

Taylor, T.

Tempest, R.

Temple, Christian.

Thanet, Countess Dowager of.

Thermin, Ann.

Thomas, E.

Thomas, G.

Thomas, H.

Thomas, J.

Thompson, J.

Tregeare, H.

Trollop, N.

Turner, J.

Turner, T.

Vandiere, Magdalen.

Vandry, J.

Vaughan, Ellinor or Hellen.

Vebron, [Elizabeth].

Vernall, W.

Verrio, A.

Vic, Sarah de.

Villeneuve, Margaret or Marguerite de.

Wade, T.

Wade, W.

Wagget, Elizabeth.

Waldegrave, Lord.

Walderick, J.

Walker, —.

Walker, G., family of.

Wallis, J.

Watford, T.

Watford, T.

Watson, J.

Watson, O.

Way, H.

Webb, J.

Whitehead, J.

Whitgrave, T.

Wilkes, [J.]

Wilkinson, R.

Windham, —.

Windham, Frances.

Windham, Sir F.

Windham, Rachel.

Windsmore, R.

Winter, W.

Wise, R.

Woodworth, A.

Worley, H.

Worley, T.

Yates, N., heirs of.

Young, W.

Pepper
-, pretended damaged, petition relating to, 137
-, taken from ship and put on board men of war, petition concerning, 754.

Perpetuities, to—

Cambridge University, 338
-, Emmanuel College, 367, 514, 720.

Cotton, Sir John, 528.

Dartmouth, Corporation of, 304, 308, 418, 666.

Eton College, 302, 369, 544.

Fairfax, Colonel Charles, heirs of, 302, 394, 417, 666.

Lichfield Cathedral, Dean and Chapter of, 418
-, vicars of, 418.

London and Westminster—

St. Botolph, poor of, 427
-, St. John [the] Baptist, poor of, 666
-, St. Magnus, poor of, 563
-, St. Michael, Cornhill, poor of, 363, 508.

Southwell, schoolmaster of, 515.

See also Annuities
-, Charities
-, Pensions.

Perry, duties on. See Excise—duties, on malt.

Persian Carpet. See Carpets.

Persons coming or come from France to England —

Act of Parliament concerning [9 Wm. III, c. 1], 536.

apprehended, 28, 433.

without licence, apprehending or seizure of, petition for reward for, 185, 536
-, proclamation concerning, of 18 June, 1702, 457, 536
-, prosecution of, charges of, 283
-, reward for, 457.

Petty Bag, Clerk of, warrant to, 463.

Petty Canons, of St. Paul's Church, London, stipend to, 405.

Petty Chapmen. See Hawkers, Pedlars and Petty Chapmen.

Petty Jury. See Juries.

Pewter
-, See Candlesticks
-, Chamber Pots.

Pheasantry, in Middle Park, Hampton Court, 733.

pheasant keeper (J. Warner), petition of, 523.

repairs to, 523, 545.

Physic

Doctors of, 433, 544, 623.

for—

servants of Stables, 628
-, Mrs. Wright, 628.

Professor of, Cambridge University (C. Green), fee or salary to, 367, 514, 720.

Reader of, Oxford University (T. Hoy), fee to, 544.

See also Medicines.

Physicians, 82.

Army—

in expeditions to—

Cadiz (C. Morley), 214.

Catalonia (J. Lecaon), establishment for, 237, 500
-, pay to, 566.

Spain establishment for, 683.

in Ireland (Sir P. Dunn), appointment of, 157, 433-434
-, petition of, or in behalf of, 126, 157, 376-377, 434
-, salary or fee to, 157, 434.

to—

Charles II (Sir A. Frazier), 270, 410.

Hospital in the Savoy (— Huckley), 405.

Prince George of Denmark ([J.] Arbuthnot), lodgings of, at Windsor, furniture for, 318-319
-, cases for furniture, 357.

Queen Anne ([E.] Hanns), bedstead for, case for, 357
-, lodgings of, at Hampton Court, furniture for, 318.

See also Apothecaries
-, Chirurgeons
-, Surgeons.

Piccage. See Lands—Crown.

Pictures, of the Queen—

for—

Foreign Ambassadors, 298, 363
-, Plantations, 298.

frames for, 298, 466.

payments for, 298, 546.

set with diamonds, 363.

Pieces of Eight. See Coins.

Piers, at—

Dover Harbour, damage to, surveys of, 603
-, repairing of, 545, 596.

Lyme Regis, Cobb Pier, repair of, annuity for, 186, 302, 322, 399, 418, 555.

at—

Seaton Delaval, decay of, 488
-, grants for, 488
-, petition concerning, 174, 488, 633.

See also Harbours
-, Quay.

Pillars
-, tapestries or hangings of. See Tapestries.

Pillows

down, 364.

for—

Forces going to Barcelona, 43
-, Queen's service at Windsor, 364.

satin, 364.

See also Beds and Bedding.

Pilots. See Ships and Shipping.

Pinado, quilt, 387.

Pipe, The. See Exchequer Court.

Pipes. See Water Pipes.

Piracy
-, countenanced and connived at, in the Plantations, 522, 586
-, first seizure and condemnation for, prosecuted to effect in New England, 586.

Pirates, in the Plantations—

accessories to, 502.

apprehending (imprisoning, pursuing, seizing etc.) of, and their effects, payments for, 501, 502, 503, 504
-, rewards for, 81-82, 365, 524, 562, 586, 694.

commissioners for enquiry concerning, 501, 502.

crew of brigantine sent to clear coast of French privateers and turned pirate, 157.

executed, 292, 501, 678, 762
-, execution charges, 502.

goods and effects of, 365, 524, 586.

concealed, petition proposing discovery of, etc., 741, 765.

gold and treasure—

accounts and invoices of, 503-504, 504, 521-522, 524, 527, 604.

coining of, 66, 504, 526-527, 604.

paying of, into the Exchequer, 504, 604, 762.

payments out of, 66, 501-503, 504, 521-522.

petitions for, 109, 157.

securing etc. of, 501, 502, 503, 504
-, commissioners for, 503, 504
-, rewards for, 81-82, 365, 524, 562, 586, 694.

sending of, to England, 66, 82, 109, 157, 503, 522, 524, 526-527, 586, 604, 694, 762.

guns, 504.

negroes, 502, 504, 629.

produce of, paid into the Exchequer, issue of, for service of Royal Hospital, Greenwich, 16, 292, 678
-, sold in Nevis, 629
-, sold in New England, 504.

receiver of (R. Crawley), 678.

sails, 504.

sales of, 504, 629.

silver, 504, 524.

sugar, 502, 504.

in—

Massachusetts Bay, New England (J. Austin, C. James, J. Quelch, — Scudamore et al.), 82, 157, 501, 502, 503, 504, 521, 524, 526, 562, 586, 694, 762.

West Indies (W. Kidd et al.), 16, 292, 678, 741, 765.

prosecution of, carried on with great difficulty, 522
-, charges of, 502, 503, 504, 522, 524.

Pistoles. See Coins.

Pistols. See Arms and Ammunition.

Pit Coal. See Coal.

Pitch, for the Navy. See Navy.

Planets, tapestries of. See Tapestries.

Plantations. See Royal Gardens and Plantations.

Plantations And Colonies

Admiralty courts in. See Admiralty—Courts in the Plantations.

Advocates General in. See Advocates.

[appointments in, continuance of, by proclamation of 9 March, 1701/2], 557.

Army or Forces in. See Army— Abroad, in West Indies
-, Army —Guards and Garrisons, Sea Service Regiments, in or going to the West Indies
-, Army— Guards and Garrisons, Sea Service Regiments, in the Expedition to Cadiz and the West Indies.

Attorneys General in. See Attorneys General in the Plantations.

business relating to, of the Attorney and Solicitor General, 283.

capital offenders in, prosecution of, fees for, 503.

cattle for, 498, 531.

chaplains going to. See Chaplains—going to the Plantations.

Customs officers in. See Customs—officers, in the Plantations.

Customs seizures in. See Customs—seizures, in the Plantations.

exchange rate in, of the Crown piece, 604.

exportation from, of rice, molasses and other goods, to foreign markets, abuses in, 259.

exportation to, of Scotch salt, proposals for preventing of, in the case of a Union between England and Scotland, without paying the duties similar to those charged on English salt, 657.

forfeitures in. See Forfeitures— in Plantations.

Four and a Half per cent. Duty in. See Customs—duties.

Governors of, accounts of Ordnance stores, 116-117, 118, 274
-, instructions concerning the disposal of prizes, 124, 125, 289-290, 325, 444
-, transportation charges, no allowance for, 39, 215.

importation of bullion etc., encouragement of, 522.

improvements in, by pardons of forfeitures, 498.

Indians in. See Indians.

laws of, 125, 290.

Naval stores. See Navy— stores.

negroes. See Negroes.

Ordnance stores. See Ordnance —stores, for or sent to the Plantations.

packet boats. See Post Office— packet boats, between England and West Indies.

piracy in, countenanced and connived at, 522, 586.

pirates in. See Pirates.

Plantation Clerk. See Customs— Plantation Clerk.

Plantation Duties. See Customs —duties.

Plantation Trade. See Trade.

planters and inhabitants in, having good estates or dealings with merchants in England, unwilling to accept agencies for prizes, 289.

prizes taken in. See Prizes— taken in, Plantations
-, agents for. See Prizes—agents for, in the Plantations.

Queen's Counsel in. See Queen's Counsel—in Plantations.

Queen's pictures for, 298.

quit rents. See Quit Rents— in Plantations.

revenues in—

accounts of, 107-108, 117, 306.

receivers general of, deputies of, 288
-, quit rents to be received by, yearly rental of, and charging of, in accounts, 108, 306
-, to give security in England as well as in those parts where their offices are executed, 108, 288, 306, 365, 698.

Surveyor and Auditor General of (W. Blathwayt)—

certificate by, 218.

consultation concerning prizes, 444.

deputations to deputies, 362, 441-442, 585-586, 693.

deputies to (C. Adams, G. Clark, D. Diggs, R. Gibbs, E. Perry, T. Wood), 227, 362, 365, 441, 441-442, 524, 585-586, 655, 693.

instructions, directions or orders to, 13, 108, 113, 116, 117, 123, 128, 160, 219, 265, 274, 290, 297, 306, 498, 501, 532, 570, 635, 636, 640.

letters from, 220, 227, 287, 288, 297, 343, 364, 365, 524, 629, 709.

letters to, 297, 503.

Office of, 629.

patent of, duplicate of, 365.

petition of, 204.

petitions etc. referred to, and reports etc. by, 81-82, 107, 107-108, 111, 115, 117, 123, 124, 125, 128, 137, 139, 150, 154, 160, 167, 176, 183, 184, 185, 186, 190, 206, 207, 210, 213, 219, 225, 228, 265, 274, 288-290, 294, 296, 321, 330, 342-343, 371, 413, 435, 436, 437, 440, 445, 446, 447, 462, 467, 498, 501, 521-522, 530, 532, 536, 550, 555, 557-558, 558, 562, 570, 584-585, 586-587, 603-604, 635, 636, 640, 677, 698-699, 709.

to attend or attending the Treasury, 36, 144.

warrants to, 467, 545.

schoolmasters going to. See Schoolmasters—going to the Plantations.

seals for, 531, 620, 651.

sheriffs in. See Sheriffs—in the Plantations.

ships trading illegally. See Ships and Shipping—trading, illegally.

transports. See Transports.

war ships bound to, instructions to commanders of, concerning disposal of prizes. See Navy —officers, captains and commanders, in or going to, Plantations.

woods and forests. See Woods and Forests—in the Plantations in America.

See also

Trade and Plantations.

Index of Persons and Places— America
-, Bermudas
-, Carolina
-, Connecticut
-, Jerseys, The
-, Maryland
-, Massachusetts Bay
-, New England
-, New Hampshire
-, New Jersey
-, New York
-, Newfoundland
-, Pennsylvania
-, Rhode Island
-, Virginia
-, and West Indies.

Plate

delivered to Ambassador, 376.

for horse race in Yorkshire, 319.

gilt, 588.

given by Queen for christening present, 588.

gold, 319.

of Envoy Extraordinary, sent by sea from Leghorn to England, 757.

paper for. See Paper.

See also Jewel House
-, Mint.

Pleas
-, See Common Pleas, Court of
-, Exchequer Court.

Plumbers

at Hampton Court, turning cocks and cleansing basins, 264.

of Windsor Castle (J. Roberts, M. Roberts), appointment and resignation of, 131, 354
-, payment to, 264.

Pocket Frame. See Frames.

Poet Laureate
-, (N. Tate), petition of, 106
-, royal bounty to, 106, 229.

Poll Taxes. See Assessments.

Poor, of—

Chipstead, charity to, 764.

Dublin, Governor and Guardians of, petition for grant of revenue towards completing workhouse, 106, 207, 586.

London and Westminster—

St. Benet, Paul's Wharf, charity to, 764
-, St. Botolph, perpetuity to, 427
-, St. John [the] Baptist, perpetuity to, 666
-, St. Magnus, perpetuity to, 563
-, St. Michael, Cornhill, perpetuity to, 363, 508
-, Savoy Hospital, precincts of, annuity to, 597, 679.

Windsor, charity to, 491.

Popish Priests. See Roman Catholics.

Port Duties, Virginia, 343, 498-499.

Portcullis Pursuivant. See Heralds and Officers at Arms.

Porterage, allowances for, 182, 624.

Porters

Groom Porter. See Grooms.

of—

Customs. See Customs.

Exchequer Gate. See Exchequer Receipt.

Hospital in the Savoy ( — Balders), 405.

Mint. See Mint.

to keep gates of town and citadel of Hull, necessity for, 175, 505.

weighing porters. See Customs.

Post Fines, farm of—

farmers of (Earl of Berkshire, Sir R. Clayton, Sir R. Howard), tallies for, 571.

rent of, answered direct by sheriffs, 571.

Post Horses, expenses for, of Ambassadors, 345, 346, 757.

Post Office

accounts, 220.

annuities on. See Post Office— pensions or annuities on.

Court Post. See Court Post.

engraving, payment for, 394.

General Post Office, in Lombard Street, London, 493
-, purchase of the building, 117, 148, 165, 335.

incidents bills, 394, 495, 585, 633.

letters, mails or post—

for—

House of Commons, delivery of, 585
-, Queen's service, carrying of, allowance for (to J. Farrar), 323, 426, 527, 612, 690.

giving of, to French on shore, 582.

night post or mail, 3, 59, 78, 79, 92.

of—

Envoy Extraordinary, 479
-, Members of Parliament, 254
-, officers of the Fleet at Leghorn, 480.

postage of. See Postage.

ships' letters, 394, 585, 627, 633.

See also Court Post
-, Post Office—packet boats.

mails. See Post Office—letters, mails or post.

officers of, of salaries of less than 60l. per annum, repayment of assessments, 569.

packet (pacquet) boats—

at Harwich, delays of, examination of, 394.

between—

England (Falmouth) and Spain and Portugal—

agent and manager of (— Rogers), petition concerning, 649-550.

boats—

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

carrying—

arms and accoutrements for use of Crown of Portugal, 532.

goods, etc., 450
-, memorial concerning, 139
-, ought not to be permitted, 139.

mails weekly instead of fortnightly, 295, 620.

passengers, 10, 765-766.

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 (E. Dummer), payment to, for boats, 744
-, petition concerning hardships of contract, 619-620
-, release and discharge of, from contract, 744.

hazard of weather or privateers, 295.

victualling, 620.

wages, 620.

weekly sailings instead of fortnightly, 295, 620.

England and West Indies (five)—

accounts concerning, 550.

carrying Forces, agreement or contract for, 37, 161-162, 162, 449, 455
-, payment on contract, 61, 584.

complaint concerning non-delivery of mail and non-discharge of goods at Falmouth, 210, 706.

contract for, 531, 706.

allowances on, 735 736.

commencement of, 736.

income of letters and packets and freight of passengers, deficiency of, 475, 497, 498, 735, 736
-, surplus of, 37.

memorial concerning, 475
-, report on, 207, 735-736.

payment on, 497
-, annual payment, letter concerning, 151.

contractor for (E. Dummer), 37, 161-162, 449, 455, 706
-, accounts of, 550
-, allowances to, 735
-, payments to, 61, 497, 531, 584
-, petitions etc. of, 151, 162, 183, 207, 208, 210, 475, 497-498, 685, 735-736.

fitted out at Queen's charge, 736.

hazard of weather or enemy, 475, 735, 736.

letters etc. sent by, 586, 630, 693.

mails landed at Plymouth instead of Falmouth, complaint concerning, 210, 706.

management of, by way of account and not by contract, payment for, 531.

new vessels, 736.

passage desired on, 422.

taken by enemy or sunk, 475, 735, 736.

victuals, 736.

wages, 736.

wear and tear, 736.

exempted from embargo, 577.

prohibited from importing or exporting merchandise by Act of Frauds (14 Car. II, c. 11), 532.

painting for, payment for, 394.

payment to Marshal of Trained Bands, 394.

Penny Post Office, collector of (R. Blackall, F. Golling), discharged, 620
-, petition for restoration to office, 197, 620.

pensions or annuities on, 79, 349, 350, 448, 451, 501, 677, 688.

post. See Post Office—letters, mails or post.

postmasters, of—

Falmouth, 627.

Macclesfield (R. Barber), place of, recommendation for, 695
-, represented as unfit, 695.

Plymouth, deputy, 736.

Preston (T. Santer), debt of, 761
-, sureties of, petition of, 761.

Postmasters General (Sir T. Frankland et al.) articles or agreement between, and the contractor for the packet boats, 161-162, 162, 449
-, concerning removal of residence of agent and manager of packets from Falmouth to Flushing, 549-550
-, memorial of, 117, 295
-, payments by, 220, 349, 350, 448, 497, 501, 569, 677, 688, 744
-, petitions etc. referred to, and reports etc. by, 124, 139, 148, 165, 183, 197, 207, 210, 211, 335, 475, 497-498, 549, 619, 620, 685, 695, 706, 735-736, 761
-, to attend or attending the Treasury, 37, 39, 42, 117
-, warrants to, 220, 295, 349, 448, 450, 497, 501, 569, 677, 688, 735, 744.

Receiver General of (S. Lilly), accounts of, 352
-, payment by, 402.

seals, leaden, for, payment for, 394.

Postage, of—

expresses, 756.

letters and packets, payments for, by—

Ambassadors, 345, 346, 347, 479, 480, 568, 621, 622, 689, 756
-, Solicitor and Comptroller of the Rights and Perquisites of the Admiralty, 134.

Potashes
-, used in liquid compositions for staining calicoes, imported from Holland, 529
-, not to be imported as a separate commodity from Holland, 529.

Pots
-, See Chamber Pots
-, Flower Pots.

Poundage
-, 66, 304, 394, 408, 604, 662, 733, 769.

See also Customs—duties, Tonnage and Poundage.

Powder. See Ordnance—gunpowder.

Powder Wagons. See Ordnance—gunpowder wagons.

Prayer, forms of, printing and delivery of, 337-338.

Prayer Books, for the chapel of an Ambassador, 376.

Prayers, reading of, in the Queen's Chapel at St. James's Palace, 527, 645.

Preachers

at Macclesfield, allowance or stipend for, 496.

Lent, lists of, printing of, 299, 731.

Presents

for the Five Nations of Indians bordering on the Province of New York, 108, 123, 219, 227, 306, 344.

given by—

Ambassador to Portugal, 538, 540
-, Ambassador to Tuscany and Genoa, 756
-, Assemblies of Leeward Islands, 477, 501, 594, 678
-, Emperor of Germany, 414
-, Queen Anne, 67, 98, 236, 298, 363, 538, 540, 618, 635, 678, 768.

to—

Emperor of Morocco, 538, 540
-, Foreign Ambassadors etc., 67, 98, 236, 298, 363, 618, 635, 678, 768
-, Governors of Leeward Islands, allowances in lieu of, 477, 501, 594, 678
-, King of Spain, 414
-, sultanas in Morocco, 539.

See also Gifts.

Presses

press for coining ducats for the Elector Palatine, 119, 257.

printing presses—

messenger appointed to look after the printing press (R. Stephens), charges for attendance, 283
-, petition of, 179
-, salary and allowance in lieu of bills, 309.

payment for, 724.

Preventive Officers. See Customs—riding or preventive officers.

Principal Secretaries of State. See Secretaries of State.

Printed Papers, for Ambassadors, 345, 346, 347, 568, 621, 756.

See also Gazette
-, Gazettes.

Printers

of libels, prosecutions of, 283.

payments to, 337-338, 506, 724, 731.

Queen's, debt due to, payment towards, 145, 178
-, delivery of Acts of Parliament and Articles of War, 358, 633
-, instructions concerning the Land Tax anno 1706,178,506
-, memorial or petition of, 145, 178
-, to attend the Agents for Taxes, 178.

Printing

of—

Acts of Parliament, 337, 506
-, forms of Prayer, 337
-, Lent preachers etc., 299, 731
-, Proclamations, 337, 506
-, Rymer's Foedera, 99, 347, 744
-, Speeches, 337.

payments for, 99, 299, 337-338, 347, 506, 731, 744.

Printing Press. See Presses.

Priories, at—

Launceston, 402
-, Tywardreath, 241.

Prisoners

enlargement of, 727, 745.

escape of, 205, 743.

imprisoned for—

affray with Customs officers, 596-597
-, crimes at Edmonton, 253
-, Customs debts, 162, 170, 211, 404, 464, 564, 681, 722, 745
-, exporting wool, 140, 353, 743
-, inveighling woman into madhouse, 696
-, neglecting Excise duties, 246, 354, 564
-, piracy, 503
-, smuggling, 483, 505, 531
-, Tax debts, 209, 220, 224, 727
-, threatening the Lieutenant Governor of Bermuda, 198, 588
-, unpaid Transport bills, 494.

in—

Bermudas, 198, 588
-, Holland, 494
-, Massachusetts Bay, 503.

of war. See Sick and Wounded Seamen and Prisoners of War.

petitions of, or concerning, ll5, 119, 121, 140, 162, 163, 170, 198, 202, 205, 209, 211, 220, 224, 246, 253, 353, 404, 464, 483, 564, 588, 596-597, 681, 698, 722.

reward for apprehending, 163, 443.

subsisted by keepers, 503, 696.

wives and children of, kept by parishes, 354, 531
-, subsisting on charity and allowance from prison, 597.

Prisons and Gaols

allowance from, to prisoner's wife and children, 597.

Chester, 531, 597.

Dorchester, 119, 505.

Jamaica, 710.

keepers, subsisting prisoners, 503, 696.

Marshalsea, [Southwark], 202, 698.

Marshalsea in the Savoy, 244, 406.

New Prison, Clerkenwell, 696.

Newgate Prison, 115, 121, 246, 253, 354, 469, 564.

prisoners in. See Prisoners.

Queen's Bench Prison, 681.

repairs to, 244, 406, 710.

Suffolk, Massachusetts Bay, 503.

Wood Street Compter, 170, 353, 464.

Privateers. See Ships and Shipping.

Privy Council

Chamber—

at Whitehall Palace, works at, 281.

books, paper etc. for, 645.

joiner of (J. Norris), allowance to, for frames for Queen's pictures, 298, 466.

keepers of (R. Coling, J. Cox), fees to, 437, 465, 515, 665
-, payment to, for disbursements and attendance, 465.

necessaries for, 465, 645.

New, at St. James's Palace, candlesticks and snuffers, 429
-, carpets, 328, 429, 465
-, chamber pots, 429
-, chest, iron-bound, 429
-, coal basket, 429
-, dust basket, 429
-, furniture and furnishings, 319, 328, 429, 465
-, gold pocket frame, glasses for, 319
-, Great Panel, border of glass for, 319
-, Indian box, removal of partitions from, etc., 319
-, Lobby Room, chairs for, 429
-, Lords' Withdrawing Room, chairs and carpet for, 429
-, Office, carpet for, 429
-, stools, close, 429.

servant to (J. Cox), payment to, for attendance, 465.

Clerks of (W. Blathwayt, C. Musgrave, Sir J. Nicholas, J. Povey, E. Southwell), allowance to, for attending the business of the Commissioners for Trade and Plantations, 301, 366, 371, 417, 532, 667
-, fees or allowances to, relating to Irish Bills, 435
-, salaries to, 302, 368, 418, 515, 663.

Irish Bills, 435.

letters to Lords Lieutenant etc., writing of, 601.

Lord President of (Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery), allowance in lieu of diet, 366, 417, 515, 535, 667, 768
-, royal bounty to, 417, 535, 768.

Office, petition sent to, and lost, 562.

officers of, fees or allowances to, relating to Irish Bills, 434.

Orders in Council, 7, 39, 78, 82, 108, 109, 111, 113, 122, 123, 127, 128, 152, 174, 182, 207, 214, 219, 237, 274, 330, 361, 402, 413, 460, 511, 521, 544, 575, 577, 595, 596, 598, 599, 600, 621, 623, 635, 681, 697
-, writing of, 601.

printing and delivery of Acts of Parliament, Proclamations, Forms of Prayer, Speeches, etc. for, 337-338, 506.

Queen Anne attending, 228, 294, 361, 402, 413, 457, 491, 511, 544, 575, 577, 595, 596, 599, 600, 621, 623, 681
-, presentments, reports etc. to be laid before, 103, 117, 142, 166, 204, 437, 675.

stationery for, 506.

under clerks of (T. Beake, junior, et. al.), payment to, 601.

Privy Purse
-, issues for, 10, 21, 96
-, Keeper of (Duchess of Marlborough), issues to, 231, 258, 350, 500, 528, 755, 762.

Privy Seal

Keeper or Lord Privy Seal (Duke of Buckingham, Duke of Newcastle), allowances to, for fees and in lieu of diet, 302, 366, 371, 419, 460, 515, 532, 667.

delivery to, of purses for the Queen's service, 545, 644.

inner room of, at the House of Lords, chairs for, 429
-, hangings for, 429
-, stool and pans for, 429.

warrants etc. for, 231, 246, 431, 432, 446, 531, 548, 580, 647
-, errors in, amending of, 57.

Prizes (Ships and Goods), 155, 259.

Accountant's Office, accountants in (W. Bathurst, J. Portman), 102, 239, 723.

clerk in (E. Richbell, J. Thomas), appointment of, 723
-, replaced for negligence, 723.

extraordinary clerk in (J. Thomas), 723.

See also Prizes—clerk and accountant for.

accounts or states of, 30, 102, 117, 136, 145, 204, 234, 239, 248, 274, 275, 290, 331, 420, 451, 497, 560, 618, 705, 755
-, monthly, 108-109, 294, 331.

agents for—

accounts, 204, 275, 497, 560, 755.

allowances or salaries to, 146, 201, 204, 219, 245, 263, 357, 387, 398, 491, 545, 555, 599, 606, 634, 637, 644, 654, 682, 723
-, repayment of, 173, 642.

appointments of, 146, 177, 219, 238, 245, 262, 275, 357, 398, 422, 441, 458, 491, 497, 545, 554, 590, 599, 606, 617, 634, 637, 644, 654, 682, 723.

bills drawn by, on Victualling Commissioners, 707.

charges concerning wines, 194.

complaints from, 124, 289.

declining office or service, 275, 398, 422, 545.

delivering guns, shot etc. out of Spanish prize for use of King of Portugal, 154, 390.

deprived of benefit of prizes, 590.

disbursements on prizes, 393, 429.

discovery to, of embezzlements of prizes, 533.

empowered to make rewards to discoverers of prizes and prize goods, 445, 533-534.

fees and charges, 124, 288, 289.

finding of, 124, 288, 289.

in the Channel Islands, England, Ireland, Mediterranean, Portugal and Scilly Islands—

Alderney (H. Mainwaring), 115, 130, 214, 238, 332, 393.

Barcelona (C. Powell), 177, 491.

Deal (C. Bargrave), 22, 137, 138, 358, 429.

Dublin (J. Hawkshaw, — King), 644.

Falmouth (N. Davey, J. Parker, J. Russell), 194, 458.

Genoa and ports and places belonging to that Republic (Sir L. Blackwell, G. Henshaw, T. Kirk, J. Scudamore), 191, 204, 554, 555, 590, 723.

Jersey (H. Mainwaring), 115, 130, 214, 238, 332, 393.

Leghorn (Sir L. Blackwell, C. Crow), 191, 204, 441, 590.

Lisbon ([E.] Tyrrell), 154, 390, 595, 707.

Madeira (B. Hemmins), 682.

Mediterranean, on board the Fleet (M. Proudfoot, W. Rock, J. Smith, W. Window), 44, 204, 219, 245, 511, 560, 617, 634, 637, 755
-, clerk for, salary for, 245, 634, 637
-, joint agency, 637.

Penzance (J. Parker), 194, 458.

Portovenere (Sir L. Blackwell), 191, 204, 590.

Portsmouth (— Benbow), 393.

Rochester (C. Naylor, R. Solers), 654.

St. Ives (J.Parker), 194, 458.

Sark (H. Mainwaring), 115, 130, 214, 238, 332, 393.

Scilly Islands (J. Brant, T. Ekins), 262.

Smyrna (W. Sherrard), 146, 357.

Waterford, 695.

in the Plantations, 124, 275, 288, 289, 444.

Antigua, 275.

Barbados (W. Cleland, — Gibbs), 437, 497, 533, 534.

Connecticut (H. Couts, J. Couts, W. Glencrosse, J. Scott), 545.

Jamaica (A. Brown, J. Gyde, T. Wood), 234, 275, 599, 644.

Maryland, 433.

New England (J. Colman), 497.

New York (H. Couts, J. Couts, W. Glencrosse, J. Scott), 545.

Newfoundland (C. Campbell, G. Wheeler), 387, 398, 606, 618.

Pennsylvania, 433.

Rhode Island (H. Couts, J. Couts, W. Glencrosse, J. Scott), 545.

Virginia (J. Walker), 545.

West Indies, 30, 124, 164, 238, 245, 275, 289, 433, 444.

on board the Fleet (W. Burnaby, A. Hamilton), 173, 201, 204, 219, 245, 263, 422, 445, 533, 642.

clerk for, establishment of, 255
-, passage of, 422
-, salary to, 201, 255, 263, 642.

servant of, passage of, 422.

letter and papers relating to, 164, 433.

list of, 275.

passage of, on packet boat, 422.

payment by, for Forces in Catalonia, 44, 511.

payments to, for services, 332, 393, 429.

persons recommended as, 30, 398, 441, 497, 644, 723.

petitions of, 115, 130, 214, 238.

planters and inhabitants having good estates in the Plantations or dealings with merchants in England not willing to accept agencies, 289.

prosecution by, 437.

restraining of, from trading, 387.

rules and instructions concerning the disposal of prizes, 124, 219, 238, 245, 288-289, 325, 444, 618.

securities of, 289, 422, 441, 497, 723.

seizing ships and goods, 238.

sending of, from England, 30, 289.

sub-agents appointed by, 191, 590.

supplying money or credits for victualling the Fleet, 595.

taken prisoner by the French and to be exchanged, 618.

to view and value provisions taken in French ships, 695.

under censure for mismanagement, 644.

undue practices of, 204, 634, 637, 755.

unfit, 458.

appeals for, Court of. See Admiralty—Court of Appeals for Prizes.

appraisement and adjustment of, 245, 321, 332, 392, 444, 543, 545, 674, 657.

arrears of, 21, 316
-, Receiver of. See Prizes—[Receiver of Arrears of Prizes].

books and ledgers concerning, 321.

brandy. See Brandy.

brought into the High Court of Admiralty, journal of, 321.

calico. See Calico.

capture not entitled to privilege of prize, 445.

charges etc. incident to, 124, 240, 242, 275, 287, 288, 289, 332, 392, 393, 429, 543, 575, 640, 657, 674, 682, 710, 739, 752.

cider. See Cider.

claim on, 106, 123.

clerk and accountant for, at Portsmouth (R. Clutterbuck, J. Mellish, J. Oviatt), appointments of, 246, 709
-, removed, 709
-, replaced for not attending business of office, 246.

Commissioners (Principal) of (J. Anstis, Sir E. Ayscogh, T. Baker, E. Brereton, J. Carpenter, C. Deering, F. Dormer, A. Dun combe, J. Evelyn, E. S. Howe, Sir R. Langley, Sir T. Littleton, G. Morley, B. Overton, J. Parkhurst, A. Pendarvis, N. Pollexfen, J. Vernon, R. Yard), 124, 239, 288, 294, 325, 331, 358, 437, 451, 453, 461.

absence of, sales of prize ships and goods in, 255.

accounts of, 30, 248, 331, 420, 451, 560
-, method of, approved, 331
-, monthly, 108-109, 294, 331.

at Plymouth ([H.] Hook), 358.

attending the Queen at Winchester (G. Morley), leave of absence to, 397.

bills payable to, 44, 92, 511, 602, 707.

commissions, 220
-, charge in passing, petition for, 107
-, new, 314-315, 647
-, suspended, 314.

payments by, 239, 358, 429, 544, 552, 744, 764.

petitions etc. referred to, and reports etc. from, 22, 92, 95, 102, 103, 105, 106, 108, 111, 116, 117, 124, 127, 128, 130, 131, 137, 138, 145, 146, 148, 153, 154, 164, 169-170' 173, 177, 178, 182, 19l' 201, 203, 204, 205, 206' 207, 209, 212, 219, 220' 224, 228, 234, 238, 244' 246, 255, 258, 269, 274' 275, 285, 286, 287, 288' 289, 294, 308, 310, 33l' 358, 387, 390, 429, 433' 444, 445, 451, 453, 458' 461, 462, 497, 520, 534' 560, 590, 595, 617, 618' 630, 640, 642, 644, 680' 695, 705, 706, 709, 713' 723, 732, 738, 755, 764'.

process against, 248
-, petition for stay of, 106, 220.

prosecutions by, 275, 277, 623.

quorum of, 238.

salaries of, 314, 647.

sub-commissioners—

answerable for errors of their accountants or other miscarriages in their offices, 709.

at—

Hull (W. Burnaby), 201, 219, 245, 642
-, salary of, to be saved, 245.

Plymouth (H. Darrell, S. Foot, J. Manley), 232, 682
-, appointments of, 79, 232, 682.

Portsmouth (P. Burrard, C. Goring, Sir G. Parker, J. Sands), 246, 648, 709
-, appointment of, 648.

to attend or attending the Treasury, 22, 30, 37, 91, 92, 95.

to observe directions of Queen's Declaration relating to prizes and distribution thereof, 314-315.

warrants to, 152, 209, 232, 239, 245, 246, 255, 262, 357, 358, 398, 422, 429, 441, 445, 458, 491, 497, 533, 544, 545, 552, 554, 599, 606, 623, 634, 637, 644, 648, 654, 682, 709, 712, 723, 744, 764.

Comptroller for (W. Gostling), appointments of, 315, 647
-, clerks of, salary to, 315, 647
-, salary to, 315, 647
-, to sign certificates of prize money, 31.

condemned—

as perquisites of Admiralty, 240, 299, 332, 392, 421, 543, 657, 674; ledger book of, 321.

in Doctors Commons, 442, 752.

Customs duties on, 221, 235, 496, 543, 575
-, on prize French Goods, 234, 255
-, on prize wines, 103, 234, 235, 240, 242, 255, 402, 763
-, prize wines not worth the customs, 224, 251, 257, 313, 318, 335.

delivery or restoration of, book of orders relating to, 321.

directions concerning, 108-109, 294.

disbursements on, 393, 429.

disposal of, 398, 491, 555, 599, 606, 664, 682, 723
-, by captors, 275, 288, 289, 325, 590, 618
-, by Courts of Admiralty, unduly, 124, 275, 288, 289, 444
-, instructions concerning, 124-125, 275, 288-290, 325, 444, 618.

embezzlements or concealments of, 117, 245, 705, 706
-, discoverers of, allowances to, 178, 445, 533-534, 712
-, in Barbados, 178, 533-534
-, in Falmouth port, 458
-, in the West Indies, 445
-, of the Vigo booty, 534
-, on the continent of North America, 712
-, preventing of, 705, 706
-, prosecution of, 245, 712.

entries of, book of, 321.

Excise duties on, 209, 674, 680
-, on prize brandy, 111, 209, 234, 255, 287, 321, 485, 523, 674, 712, 744
-, prize cider not worth the Excise, 752.

frauds, suspected, 156.

freeing or restoration of, 321, 332, 771.

French Goods. See French Goods.

guns and stores, delivered for use of King of Portugal, 154, 390
-, delivered to the Ordnance, 31, 228.

information or intelligence of, 206, 630, 764.

landsurveyors for, London port (— Clifton, [C.] Tichborne), petition of, 133.

lists of, 205, 618.

money, 31, 234, 286, 294, 732, 755
-, account of, 560
-, applying of, to the Victualling, 61
-, certificates of, 31
-, in Barbados, recovery of, 437
-, in Jamaica, proposal for using for supply of Navy, 212, 738
-, issues out of, 1, 33, 78, 85, 639, 640, 662, 669, 685, 690.

Office, 275, 397, 451, 452
-, establishment of, 255
-, incidents bills, 437, 727
-, salary bills, 254, 313, 437, 551, 617, 685
-, stationery wares delivered to, 316.

officers, 287, 705.

prosecutions or proceedings concerning, 245, 275, 277, 289, 290, 437, 444, 623, 712.

provisions, 695, 771
-, taken up for the Victualling, 695.

Queen's Advocate for. See Admiralty—High Court of.

Queen's Declarations concerning, 125, 134, 206, 207, 246, 290, 618, 623
-, of 1 June 1702, 17, 314.

Receiver General, Barbados (C. Thomas, J. Wiltshire), 548, 630.

Receiver General and Treasurer of (J. Brewer), accounts of, 10, 31, 92, 420, 424, 738
-, deputy receiver, note drawn on, 713
-, distribution by, of captors' shares of prizes, 618
-, loans by, or to be raised by, 16, 31, 293, 320
-, payment by, 263
-, payments by, into the Exchequer, 4, 31, 92, 224
-, payments to, 16, 170, 228, 294, 462
-, to attend or attending the Treasury, 4, 30, 43, 91, 92.

[Receiver of Arrears of Prizes] (J. Parkhurst), 109, 117, 145, 316, 497.

replevined in Ireland, 130, 308.

Rights and Perquisites of Admiralty. See Admiralty.

sales of, 103, 123, 158-159, 224, 240, 241-242, 251, 255, 257, 259, 269, 287, 294, 297, 313, 318, 331, 335, 358, 376, 391, 402, 422, 442, 444, 445, 451-452, 453, 461, 494, 496, 497, 511, 605, 618, 623, 744, 755, 763
-, in Jamaica, 234
-, in New England, 497
-, in absence of Prizes Commissioners, persons constituted to carry on (S. Atkinson, B. Dawney, D. Griell, T. Reynolds), 255.

salt. See Salt and Rock Salt.

salvage of, 674, 681.

Secretary for (A. Burnaby), 713.

appointments of, 315, 647.

clerks in office of—

chief clerk (T. Baker, R. Caldwell), appointment of, 445
-, declining appointment, 445.

salary to, 315, 647.

salary to, 315, 647.

seizures of, 214, 234, 238, 240, 260, 543, 575, 621, 674, 712.

shares of—

agents' shares, 146, 357, 387, 398, 491, 545, 555, 599, 606, 644, 654, 682, 723.

captors' shares or rewards, 17, 31, 92, 108, 134, 170, 203, 206, 207, 214, 224, 234, 241-242, 246, 251, 255, 269, 275, 277, 286, 287, 294, 297, 318, 335, 361, 390, 392, 402, 496, 511, 543, 575, 618, 621, 623, 630, 635, 645, 657, 674, 682, 695, 732, 743, 763, 764
-, distribution of, to be made by the Receiver General for Prizes, 618.

droits of Admiralty, 214, 635.

Lord High Admiral's tenths, 204, 288, 392, 543, 575, 657, 674, 682, 739.

Queen's (or King's) share, 31, 168, 170, 255, 269, 462, 481, 497, 618
-, allowance out of, 206
-, issues or payments out of, 4, 206, 226, 398, 428, 764
-, one fifth, as by Act (4 Wm. and Mary, c. 25), 497
-, one tenth, previous to Act (4 Wm. and Mary, c. 25), 497
-, payment of, into the Exchequer, 4, 31, 224.

to discoverers of embezzlements or concealments, 178, 445, 533-534, 712.

ships, 14, 17, 106, 123, 134, 148, 155, 165, 168, 173, 209, 234, 235, 241, 251, 253, 255, 257, 259, 275, 299, 308, 318, 321, 335, 391, 392, 393, 402, 422, 429, 442, 445, 458, 461, 481, 485, 496, 497, 511, 523, 543, 552, 599, 605, 680, 682, 705, 706, 744, 763.

at ports at home and abroad, book of entries of, 321.

bestowed on owner of ship lost at Vigo, 161.

French, 169, 202, 204, 214, 224, 235, 246, 275, 332, 361, 392, 393, 402, 421, 451, 462, 511, 635, 645, 657, 674, 681, 682, 690, 695, 712, 739, 753
-, taken by Zeelanders, 156, 386, 561.

maintenance of, debt for, 159.

named. See Ships and Shipping—named.

release or freeing of, 321, 332, 771.

sales of, 158-159, 255, 294, 331, 358, 402, 421, 444, 451-452, 494.

saved in Barcelona Bay, 204, 755.

seizures of, 214, 238, 240, 260, 543, 574, 575, 621, 674, 712.

Spanish, 154, 206, 390, 630, 764.

taken into the Navy service, 154, 294, 358.

taken up for the Victualling, 695.

wrecked, 452, 674, 712.

Solicitor for (D. Burgess, J. Wynne), appointment of, 42, 520
-, assistant to, appointed joint solicitor, with additional allowance, 42, 520
-, petition of, 173, 520
-, salary or allowance, 42, 520.

storekeeper for, London port (J. Mellefont), petition of, for allowance for service in connection with the Vigo booty, etc., 116, 285.

taken—

at, in or on
-, carried into
-, or at—

Cornwall Coast, 244.

Deal, 393.

Dover, 221, 255, 393, 605.

Downs, The, passing through to the Thames, 429.

Falmouth, 458.

Foreign Parts, 321, 444, 618.

Barcelona, 491.

Barcelona Bay, 204, 755.

Genoa and ports and places belonging to that Republic, 554-555, 723.

Madeira, 682.

Portugal, 61
-, Lisbon, 635, 657, 764.

Smyrna, 146, 357.

Vigo and Puerto de Santa Maria (Vigo booty), 17, 134, 203, 286, 429
-, accounts, 239
-, debts on goods, 393
-, embezzlements, 534
-, goods fished out of the water, 392, 393
-, matters concerning, negotiated at the Custom House, 285
-, prize money, 286, 732.

Ireland, 130, 158-159, 695
-, Castlehaven, 299
-, Dublin, 644
-, Irish Coast, 771.

Mounts Bay (Gwavas Lake), 240, 253, 259, 260, 543, 575.

Outports, bringing of, to London Port, 130, 145, 221, 240, 253, 310, 393, 445.

Penzance, 445.

Plantations—

Barbados, 178, 437, 533-534, 548, 630
-, Jamaica, 212, 234, 275, 599, 710, 738
-, Leeward Islands, 771
-, Maryland, 169-170, 421, 462, 690
-, Nevis, etc., 205
-, New England, 497, 640
-, Newfoundland, 398, 606
-, North American Continent, 712
-, Virginia, 545
-, West Indies, etc., 117, 124-125, 153, 234, 238, 245, 274-275, 288-290, 325, 444, 445.

Plymouth, 117, 192, 234, 294, 680, 743.

Portsmouth, 234, 255.

Ramsgate, 255.

Rochester, 221, 251, 257, 654.

Rye, 221.

St. Ives, 393.

Sandwich, 429, 552.

Southampton, 297, 743.

Thames, The, 234.

Weymouth, 234, 255, 645.

by—

connivance and collusion, 259-260, 442.

privateers. See Ships and Shipping—privateers, prize ships and goods taken by.

Navy ships, 17, 134, 205, 207, 235, 245, 275, 286, 325, 357, 392, 444, 481, 590, 618, 623, 630, 680-706, 764, 771
-, instructions concerning, 124, 245, 288-289, 325, 444, 618, 706
-, marines assisting in capture, 246
-, prosecutions concerning, 275, 277, 289.

Zeelanders, 156, 386.

in late war, 136, 220, 316, 712.

Treasurer of. See Prizes—Receiver General and Treasurer of.

wines. See Wines.

Proclamations—

concerning—

[apprehending of persons going to or from France and deserters], 18 June 1702, 457, 536.

embezzlements of the Vigo booty, 13 December 1702, 534.

[the continuing in office of all appointed by William III in the Colonies and the Channel Islands, 9 March 1701/2], 557.

printing and delivery of, 337-338, 506.

Proctors

for Hospital in the Savoy (E. Cook), 405.

Lord Admiral's Proctor in the High Court of Admiralty and Court of Appeals for Prizes (J. Glasier), payments to, 393, 672.

Queen's Proctor, papers to be sent to, 106.

Procurations, out of Crown Land revenues, 595.

Professors, of—

Civil Law. See Civil Law.

Physic. See Physic.

Prohibited Goods. See Customs.

Proprietors, of—

Carolina, rent due from, arrear of, 108
-, fees of tally, 120.

the Jerseys, charter of, 307
-, reserved rent due, 108, 306-307.

Protestants

French—

captives, brought to England by servants of Ambassador from Morocco, 679, 734.

See also Refugees, French.

German Lutheran, of the Savoy, petition from, 129, 293.

person bred as, under care of Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 700.

Protestant interest in Ireland, 704.

Provost Marshals
-, in Barbados, prize money in hands of, recovery of, 437
-, in the expedition to Spain, establishment for, 683.

Psalms, New Version of, Supplement to, 229.

Public Accounts
-, Commissioners of, 106, 117, 179, 280
-, in Ireland. See Index of Persons and Places— Ireland, Accounts.

Public Bills, Irish, fees and charges on passing of, 434-435.

Public Credit, preserving of, Act for (1 Anne, c. 7), 751.

Public Debt, due from England to Ireland, state of, 401.

Public Offices, letters and orders to, 601. See also Paymasters.

Public Records. See Records—Public.

Public Scandal, 173.

Public Seals.See Seals and Signets.

Publishers, of libels, prosecutions of, 283.

Punts, in St. James's Park, making and repairing of, 628.

Purses
-, for Queen's service, 545, 644
-, Privy Purse. See Privy Purse.

Pursuivants. See Heralds and Officers at Arms.

Pyx. See Mint.