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'Index of Persons and Places: P', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 21: 1706-1707 (1952), pp. 602-608. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90507 Date accessed: 25 October 2014.


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Pacey, Samuel Receiver General for Land Tax 1707, co. Suffolk, 183.

-, William, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707 for the hundreds of Blofield etc. and town of Yarmouth, 182.

Padstow, co. Cornwall, port, Collector in. See Parminter, C.

Page, William, tidesman, London port, 189.

Page, Gregory and Moore, John, owners of the Anna, petition of, 3, 85.

Pain, —, Commissioner of Massachusetts Bay, 204.

Paine, William, of the Isle of Thanet, petition of, 156.

Pains, Daniel, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Painton, [Shreeve], arrears of revenues of South Wales. 295.

Pajou, Gaspard, ensign, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 71.

-, Louis, ensign, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 71.

Palatine, Elector. See Elector.

Pallace [?Pallas, co. Kerry], manor, 117.

Palmer, Barbarah, Duchess of Cleveland, 303;

annuity to, 297, 300;

petition of, pension on her marriage with [R.] Fielding, 154–5.

-, Sir Henry, uncle of Sir Thomas, 419.

-, Sir Thomas, petition of, office of steward and courtkeeper of Wingham manor, 105, 419.

-, William, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Suffolk, 102.

Palmes, —, pension to, 298.

-, Guy, a Teller of the Receipt, 84.

Papillon, Philip, late Cashier and Treasurer for the Victualling, 181, 278, 359.

Parke, (Park, Parkes, Parks), Daniel, colonel, arrival of in Antigua, 172.

arrival of in the Leeward Caribbee Islands, 188, 216.

Captain General and Governor in Chief of the Leeward Caribbee Islands, payments to, 172bis, 369, 514.

chapel of, necessaries for, 404;

plate for, 414.

Governor and Commander in Chief of the Leeward Caribbee Islands, 274, 401, 453;

report by, 188.

Governor of Barbados, 41.

payment to, 28.

Parker (Parkur), Sir George, late sub-Commissioner for Prizes at Portsmouth, 240.

-, John, Agent for Prizes at Falmouth, petition of, 306–7.

-, Miles, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707 for the county, city and university of Oxford, 185, 422;

Receiver General of House duty, co. Oxford, 422.

-, Sir Thomas, Serjeant at Law, 32, 257.

Parks. See Parke.

Parlett, Philip, tidesman, Lynn port, 189.

Parminter, Cornelius, of Boscastle, lately a Collector in Padstow. petition of, 526.

Parr, William, Marquess of Northampton, warden, chief forester etc. of Salcey Forest, 190.

Parracombe, co. Devon, 359.

Parrot, William, housekeeper to the Trustees for circulating Exchequer Bills, 305.

Parry, Thomas, wine cooper to the Prize Office, 290.

Parsons, Anthony, an Auditor of the Land Revenue, 10;

executor of, to deliver up records, 198.

-, John, proposed as Comptroller of Excise, Scotland, 261–2;

appointed Comptroller of Excise, Scotland, 262, 298;

Comptroller of Excise, North Britain, 467.

Pascall, Edward or Henry, executor of Sir H. Everard, 167, 245, 298.

Passy, Louis, lieutenant, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 71.

Paston, Charles, styled Lord Paston, [foot] regiment of, arms of lost at sea, 17.

captain in. See Travell, [J.]

chaplain, pay for, 365.

clearings, 92, 122, 232, 380, 465.

ensign in. See Perry, N.

levy money, 115, 116.

lieutenant in. See Cason, W.

subsistence for, 83, 96, 139, 154, 195, 219, 288, 325, 378, 417, 441, 465, 490.

Patching, Thomas, of Rusper, an outlaw, 225, 440, 442, 453, 486, 523.

Patrickson, Richard, searcher of Carlisle port, deceased, 159.

Pattillo [John], lieutenant in the Marquess of Carmarthen's Marine regiment, 153.

Paul, John, duty of Prizage, London port, 69;

executors to. See Clitherowe, C.;

Paul, W.

-, William, executor of John, action by, 69.

Paulding, —, widow, to have half her husband's pension, 532.

Paulin (Pawling), Robert, Comptroller and Accountant General of the Stamp Office, 324.

Pauncefort, E[dward], agent to the Paymasters of the Forces in Ireland, 124.

Pavillard, Jonas, lieutenant, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Pawlet. See Poulett.

Pawling. See Paulin.

Pawson, Elias, of York, merchant, repayment to of Tonnage and Poundage, 382.

Peachey, Thomas, late Mewskeeper at Greenwich, petition of, 113.

Pearce (Pierce), Thomas, foot regiment of, 189, 235, 294, 337.

Pearson, (Peirson), Richard, schoolmaster, going to the Leeward Islands, passage money 267.

-, William, Collector at Plymouth, money furnished by, 4, 85.

Pedro, Don. See Vincento.

Peirson. See Pearson.

Peisley, William, Chief Justice of Merioneth, Carnarvon and Anglesey, fees, 97, 105.

Pelham, Henry, Clerk of the Pells, 157, 160, 176, 210, 291.

Pellew, Charles, et al., masters of tin vessels, petition for convoys, 491.

Pembridge, Charles, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Somerset and Bristol, 101.

Pembroke, county of, Chief Justice of. See Neave, P.

lease of lands etc. in, 67.

Receiver General for Land Tax 1707. See Howells, G.

second justice of. See Webb, T.

Surveyor of duties on Houses. See Vaughan, J.

Pembroke, co. Pembroke, manor or lordship, 287.

Pembroke, East, co. Pembroke, manor or lordship, 287.

Pembroke, West, co. Pembroke, manor or lordship, 287.

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

Pengelly, Pengelly Prior, co. Cornwall, 155, 277.

Penkelly, Penkelley, co. Brecon, manor or lordship, 287.

Penn (Pen), William, surrender of his Proprietary Government of Pennsylvania, 24, 208, 230.

Penneck, John or William, composition for tobacco bonds, 95, 137.

Pennsylvania, goods from, Customs duties on, account of demanded, 208, 230.

Post Offices in, erecting and settling, 88, 282.

Proprietary Government of, surrender of, 24, 208, 230.

Penzance, co. Cornwall, Collector of. See Jones, C.;

Score, R.

Peper. See Pepper.

Pepin, Jean, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Pepper (Peper), John, colonel, or brigadier, service in and journeys to Spain, payment for, 18, 176, 235, 375.

Pepys, Samuel, late Treasurer for Tangier, 211

Perabes [?Perales, Spain], 99.

Percival (Percivall), William, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Cambridge and Ely, 101.

Perin. See Perinet.

Perinet, Perin, Estienne, ensign, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 71, 282.

Perry, Andrew, highway robber, arrested, 339.

-, Edward, Commissioner of the Four and a Half per cent. duty at Antigua, 132.

-, Micaj[ah], and Company, of London, merchants, bill of, 106.

-, [Nathaniel], ensign in Lord Paston's regiment, 271.

Perth, co. Perth, Customs establishment at, 487.

Peter, Robert, a former Auditor of the Receipt, 400.

Peterborough, Countess of. See Mordaunt, Carey.

Peterborough, Earl of. See Mordaunt, C.;

Mordaunt, H.

Peters, Robert, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707, co. Hertford, 184.

Peterson, Martin, master of the Prince Charles, 346.

Petit (Petyt), William, Keeper of the Records in the Tower, 57, 158, 181, 508, 530;

annuity for in lieu of office of Keeper of the Records in the Tower, 211, 240, 365, 470, 508;

payment to for clerks, 239.

Petty, Henry, 3rd Baron Shelburne (afterwards Earl of Shelburne), quit rents in Ireland, 78, 196–7.

Petyt. See Petit.

Phelipps. See Phillips.

Phelps, John, riding surveyor at Potomac River, 439.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 439;

Comptroller of. See Alexander, W.

Phillips (Phelipps, Philipps, Philips), —, colonel, 532.

-, Constantine, Serjeant, outpensioner, Chelsea Hospital, 119, 377.

-, John, tidesman, Plymouth, 345.

-, [John], lieutenant in the Marquess of Carmarthen's Marine regiment, 153.

-, Joseph, boatman, Harwich port, 268.

-, Robert, warden, chief forester etc. of Salcey Forest, 190.

-, Thomas, clerk, going to Antigua as chaplain, passage money, 285.

-, William, lease of premises in the Savoy Hospital, 58 bis.

Phips, —, drawbacks for herrings, 417.

-, -, Abra., master of the Friendship or Everard, 450.

Piedmont, crowns of, exchange equivalence of, 1, 10, 16, 19, 26, 35, 37, 40, 41, 55, 59.

Pierce. See Pearce.

Piggon, Edw., Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Norfolk, 101.

Pigot, John, lands in Ireland, 117.

Pigott, Sir Richard, a Farmer of Hearth-money, 299.

Pigou, Frances, and her children, grant of a share of the estate of J. Pigou, 127.

-, James, estate of, 127.

Pilkilton, John, lease of rooms in the Savoy Hospital, 58.

Pillardington, co. Leicester, 226.

Pilligreen, Paul, outpensioner, Chelsea Hospital, 119, 377.

Pilson, James, surveyor in Berwick port to be Collector of Fowey port, 268.

Pinson, [Edward], quartermaster, going to Jamaica, subsistence and pay for, 92.

Piper (Pyper), Francis, a highwayman, 244.

Piron (Pyron), Jacques, outpensioner, Chelsea Hospital, 119, 377.

Pisa, Italy, 334.

Piscataway, New Jersey, Post in, erecting and settling a, 282.

Pitt (Pitts), John, captain, Commissary of Musters on the establishment of Catalonia, 280;

Company of Miners of, 123, 124;

Deputy Commissary of Musters of the forces under the Earl of Peterborough, royal bounty to, 467;

Deputy Commissary of Musters in Spain, royal bounty to, 484.

Pitts. See Pitt.

Plaigne (LaPlagne, Laplagnie, Laplaigne), Alexander la, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72, 415, 487.

-, Elizabeth, wife of Alexander, pension to, 487.

-, Joseph la, ensign, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 72.

Playell, John, watering the road way in Hyde Park, 330, 372.

Plott, Thomas, Commissioner of the Alienation Office, 251, 252.

Plymouth, co. Devon, 68, 103, 208, 347, 396, 518, 519.

acting Receiver for Prizes at. See Roach, W.

Agent for Droits and Perquisites of Admiralty at. See Hook, H.

Agent for Sick and Wounded at. See Dickenson, G.

agents and clerks for the West Indies pacquet service in, salaries, 433.

chirurgeon at. See Howell, J.

Collector at. See Pearson, W. hospital, 66.

landwaiter at. See Cheavely, J.;

Doidge, J.;

Leman, R.;

Voisey, J.

Stonehouse in, waiter and searcher at. See Coates, J.;

Elliot, J.

sub-Commissioners for Prizes in. See Manley, J.;

Mountstephens, J.

sub-Receiver for Prizes at. See Roach, W.

tidesman in. See Coates, J.;

Gamble, R.;

Holman, T.;

Lawrence, H.;

Loaden, P.;

Phillips, J.

voyage from to West Indies, 433.

-, See also Massachusetts.

Plymouth Sound, 340.

Pocklington, John, second justice of Chester, salary, 357, 407, 516:

second justice of Denbigh, Flint and Montgomery, salary, 407, 516.

Pococke, —, messuage on Castle Hill Windsor in the tenure of, 110.

Pocomoke. See Potomac.

Podmore, John, a trustee for Edward Griffith, 117.

Pollard, John, supervisor of Excise at Lincoln, ordered to Scotland, 273.

-, William. officer of Excise at Sheffield, reward to, 435.

Pollexfen, John, a Commissioner of Trade, 60, 372, 507.

-, Nicholas, a Commissioner of Prizes, 50, 487, 495.

Polwheele, John, lease of a tenement in Pengelly Prior, 155, 277.

-, Mary or Maria, wife of John, 155, 277.

-, Richard, son of John, 155, 277.

Poncet, Guillaume, captain, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 70.

Pontefract, Pontfret, co. York, St. Ross chantry in, 226.

Ponthieu, Cha., captain, French pensioner on the Irish establishment, 71.

Poole, co. Dorset, 405.

Collector of Excise in. See Saville, G.

Customs searcher of. See Ellesdon, C.;

Lisle, G.

Receivers General for Land Tax 1707. See Derby, B.;

Derby, J.

Poole (Pool), David, late of Liverpool, merchant, surety for E. Scarborough, prisoner in Lancaster castle, 188, 331.

-, Joseph, boatman, Guernsey, 268:

chief tidesman in Guernsey, 145, 147;

Register of Certificates in Guernsey, 188, 312.

Pope, John, Collector of Rochester, chosen as Accomptant General of the Customs, Scotland, 258.

Poplar, London, inhabitants of, arrears of assessments, 159, 339.

Popple, William, junior, Assistant Secretary to the Commissioners for Trade, 120;

Secretary to the Commissioners for Trade, 281, 302, 347, 444, 453, 491, 507, 518.

-, -, senior, Secretary to the Commissioners for Trade, 24, 56, 60, 113, 164, 208, 230, 372, 403.

Porchester, co. Southampton, castle, used for securing prisoners of war, 114;

parishioners of, rebuilding the parish church, 114–5.

Port Glasgow, Newport Glasgow, Renfrewshire, 366, 429;

Collector of, see Campbell,;

Customs establishment at, 487.

Port Patrick, co. Wigtown, 429;

Customs establishment at, 487.

Port Royal. See Jamaica.

Porter, —, captain, house in Brewers Yard, 112.

-, Nathaniel, clerk to the tide-surveyor, London port, deceased, 100.

Portland, co. Dorset, island of, duty paid to the islanders for stone, 445, 519;

quarrymen, opposing the right of the Crown, 519.

Portman, Henry, Keeper of Hyde Park, 153, 371.

Portmore, Earl of. See Colyear, D.

Porto Vello. See Puerto Bello.

Portovenere, Port Venere, Italy, Agent for Prizes at. See Blackwell, Sir L.

Portsmouth, co. Southampton, 104, 123, 189, 241, 338, 418, 444.

Agent for Droits and Perquisites of Admiralty at. See Mellish, J.

dock, 289.

garrison, at, common distemper in, 405;

fire and candle for, 92;

regiment quartered in, 405.

landwaiters at. See Baitailhe, J.;

Leigh, T.

Navy purveyor at, 230.

Navy wages at, payment of, 357.

Navy Yard, 86, 284, 330.

Ordnance wharf and storehouse at, 3, 8, 27, 28, 85, 111, 241, 246.

shipping at, carrying wheat to Lisbon, 55.

soldiers at, wives and children of, money for, 195.

Storekeeper for Prizes at. See Battaley, J.;

Binkes, S.

sub-Commissioners for Prizes at. See Burrard, P.;

Goring, C.;

Norris, R.;

Parker, Sir G.

Portugal, brandy of, 231.

clothes, etc. to be sent to, 46.

Commissary of Musters in. See Herlackenden, G.

correspondence of, from America, transmitted through England, 432;

cut off, 99.

current money of, milreis and reis, 2.

current pieces of eight of, 2.

Forces in, 2, 6, 15, 19, 22, 26, 35, 43, 54, 65, 69, 73, 81, 90, 92, 94, 99, 115, 120, 145, 161, 173, 235, 236, 250, 269, 270, 291, 293, 294, 300, 310, 317, 322, 324, 360, 361, 378, 379, 427, 436, 437, 448, 452, 466, 476, 480, 484, 524, 528;

late Commissary of Provisions to. See Llewellyn, M.

Horse and Dragoons sent to, 178, 328.

King of, Alliance with, 525.

Ambassador to. See Methuen, J.;

Methuen, P

Ambassador Extraordinary to. See Methuen, J.;

Methuen, P.;

Ruvigny, H.M. de, Earl of Galway.

Ambassador from, goods of, free of Customs, 480.

chests of arms belonging to, 411.

Councillor of State to. See Marialva, Marquis de.

Envoy Extraordinary from, 411. See also Cunha, D.

Envoy Extraordinary to. See Methuen, P.

Envoy from, 89, 171, 220, 378, 410, 418, 444, 523.

forces of, 77, 83, 89, 218, 269, 523.

General officers serving, issues for, 161.

horses for, 378, 418, 444.

men for, clothing for, 526.

payments and subsidies to, 4, 22, 26, 30, 54, 89, 141, 160, 178, 212, 218, 235, 236, 269, 324, 337, 378, 511, 523.

things bought for, permit to export, 220.

treaties with, 83, 173, 178, 410–1, 411.

merchants trading to, petition of, 337, 345–6.

recruits for, 4, 182.

regiments in or going to, 4, 90, 189, 237, 294, 337;

families of officers in, subsistence for, 294.

specie sent to Spain from, 3.

troops of, under the Marquis Das Minas, 99, 132, 322, 378.

woollen manufacturers, re-admitted to by treaty, 346.

Port Venere. See Portovenere.

Potomac, Pocomoke, river, Maryland, riding surveyor at. See Phelps, J.

Potten, William, boatman, Newcastle, 381;

mate to one of the boatmen at Newcastle, deceased, 439.

Pottenger (Pottinger), John, Comptroller of the Pipe, 74, 166, 507, 508.

Potter, Thomas, tidesman, London port, 345.

Pottinger. See Pottenger.

Potts, George, outpensioner, Chelsea Hospital, 119, 377.

-, Michael, boatman, Sunderland port, 268.

-, Philip, Surveyor of duties on Houses for the city of London, 101.

Poulett (Pawlet, Poulet), Charles, 2nd Duke of Bolton, payment to, 169;

et al. sureties for T. Cobb, petition of, 280.

-, Francis, brother of John Lord Poulett, 328.

-, John, Lord Poulett, reversion of the park of Curry Mallet, 328.

Poulteney, Poultney. See Pulteney.

Povey, John, a Clerk of the Privy Council, 62, 164, 376, 418, 507.

-, Richard, late Treasurer for Sick and Wounded, executors of, 66;

payment to, 530.

Powell, Caleb, Receiver General for Land Tax 1707, cos. Brecon, Radnor and Montgomery, 184.

-, Henry, disbursements for the late King's service in Holland, 440.

-, -, late Steward of Chelsea Hospital, petition for a pension, 398, 437;

annual payment to, 520.

-, John, tidesman, London port, 439.

-, Mathew, supervisor of Excise at Nottingham, ordered to Scotland, 273.

-, Samuel, a Serjeant-at-Arms, 63, 293, 375;

attending the House of Commons, 98, 111.

-, -, William, making an engine to convey liquid fire, 42, 402, 423 bis.

-, See also Powle.

Power, John, 9th Baron Power, royal bounty to, 374, 380.

Powis. See Powys.

Powle, Henry, Master of the Rolls, 211.

Powney, Hannah, executor of John, petition of, 445.

-, John, late of Old Windsor, term in the Bill Office, Custom House, 445;

executors of, petition of, 445.

-, Penyston, son of John, petition for a term in the Bill Office, Custom House, 445.

Powys (Powis), Sir Thomas, Queen's First Serjeant-at-Law, 257, 404.

Prade, Louis de la, a French minister, allowance to, 210.

Pratt, John, outpensioner, Chelsea Hospital, 119, 377.

Prattle, T., a Commissioner for the fortification of Massachusetts Bay castle, 204.

Presgrave, Robert, chief clerk to G. Palmes, children of, support of, 84.

Preshaw, David, merchant, of Scotland, signatory to a petition, 370.

Preston, co. Lancaster, 225;

postmaster of. See Santer, T.

Preston, co. York, manor of, 181.

Prestonpans, Preston Pans, co. Haddington, 319, 428, 429;

Customs establishment at, 487.

Pretty (Pritty), [Thomas], lieutenant in the Marquess of Carmarthen's Marine regiment, 153.

Price, Arthur, appointed Customer of Milford Haven port, 438.

-, William, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Carmarthen, 102.

Pride, Rebecca, Mrs., royal bounty for, 11, 138.

-, See also Bruges, R.

Primrose, [Gilbert], colonel, petition of, 520.

Prince Eugene. See under Savoy

Prince George of Denmark. See George.

Print, Charles, carrying votes, payment for, 158.

Prior (Pryor), Frederick, bond of, 249, 486.

-, Mathew, a Commissioner of Trade, 60, 372, 507.

Pritchard, Thomas, outpensioner, Chelsea Hospital, 119, 377.

Pritty. See Pretty.

Proctor, Cuthbert, tidesman, Newcastle port, dismissed, 136.

Progers, Edward, Keeper of the Middle Park and Hare Warren and Moletaker at Hampton Court, payment to, 38, 303, 333;

petition of, 246.

Proudfoot, Mark, Agent for Prizes on board Sir C. Shovell's fleet, 242.

Prussia, King of, Ambassador Extraordinary to. See Wentworth, T., Lord Raby;

Whitworth, C.

payment to for his share of the charge of men to aid the Duke of Savoy, 56, 57, 65, 161, 219, 317, 436, 510.

subsidies to, 66, 131, 137, 317, 436, 510.

treaty with, dated 1701–2, January 9, 66, 131, 143.

troops of, 66, 131, 137. See also Index of Subjects Army.

Pudner, —, captain, commander of the Experiment, 338.

Puerto Bello, Porto Vello [Bello], [Colombia], Spanish sloop with money from, 277.

Pugh, Thomas, Surveyor of duties on Houses, co. Glamorgan, 102.

Pujol, Francis, master of the Nostra Seigniora del Rosario, 338.

Pulteney (Poulteney, Poultney, Pultney), Daniel, Ambassador Extraordinary to the King of Denmark, 413;

Envoy Extraordinary to the King of Denmark, 475.

-, John, a, Commissioner for Trade, 517.

-, Sir William, lease of Windmill Field, St. James's, 442;

messuages of in St. James's, 411.

Purcell, Toby, colonel, Governor of Dun-cannon Fort, petition of, 192.

Purchase, William, extraordinary tidesman, London port, 93;

waiter and searcher at Bankfield in Liverpool port, 189.

Purdon, Mary, royal bounty for, 526.

Purnell, John, tidesman, London port, 100.

Purvis, [Archibald], lieutenant in the Marine regiment of Sir C. Shovell, 153.

Putham, Michael, landwaiter in Minehead port, 188.

Pye, Sir Robert, a former Auditor of the Receipt, 400.

Pyle, Edward, woodward of New Forest, payment by, 138, 309.

Pyper. See Piper.

Pyron. See Piron