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'Index of Subjects: P', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 21: 1706-1707 (1952), pp. 684-691. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90524 Date accessed: 24 July 2014.


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Pacquet Boats. See Post Office.

Pages. See Royal Household.

Painters, payments to, 15. 253.

Pannage, lease of, 223

Paper, duty on, to encourage bringing plate to the Mint (as by 8–9 Wm. III, c. 7),

deficiencies of, and application of revenue to, 79, 105, 134, 150, 174, 199, 23. 275, 310. 348, 398, 424, 447, 470, 49X, 522;

payment out of to Deficient Funds, 74.

Paper, stamped See Stamp Duties.

Paper Office. See State Paper Office.

Papers. See Books.

Parchment, stamped. See Stamp Duties.

Parks. See Royal Parks.

PARLIAMENT, England. Acts of, concerning

Accountants (2–3 Anne, c. 11), 278.

Accounts, Public (1 Anne, c. 4), 383.

Additional Subsidy. See Parliament

Acts of Tonnage.

Ale quart and pint measures (11 Win. III, c. 15), 265.

Annuities (4 Wm. and Mary, e. 3), 217, 218;

(5 Wm. and Mary, c. 7), 217, 218;

(5–6 Wm. and Mary, c. 5), 217, 218;

(5–6 Win. and Mary, c. 20), 214, 217, 218, 339;

(11 Wm. III, c. 3, clause 10). 210;

(2–3 Anne, c. 3), 474;

(3–4 Anne, c. 2), 90;

(4–5 Anne, c. 18), 90, 199, 270, 457;

(6 Anne, c. 2), 214, 215, 217, 218, 219, 270, 299, 316, 342.

Army (1 Anne, Stat. 2, c. 24), 27.

Assessments (3 Win, and Mary, c. 6), 216;

(8–9 Wm. III, c. 6), 280;

(6 Anne, C. 1), 135, 220, 520.

Bank of England (5–6 Win. and Mary, c. 20), 217, 218, 494.

Civil List (1 Anne, c. 1), 242.

Compounding for Debt (3–4 Anne, Private Act xvii), 176;

(4–5 Anne, Private Act LXIV), 176.

Cotton House (6 Anne, c. 30), 518.

Court of Wards and Liveries (12 Charles II, e. 24), 211.

Customs Bonds (4–5 Anne, c. 18, clause 27), 254;

(5 Anne, c. 6, Private Act), 443.

Dean Forest (19–20 Charles II, c. 8), 148.

Debentures upon Forfeited Estates, Ireland (2–3 Anne, c. 18, clause 28), 302;

(4–5 Anne, c. 11), 200;

(4–5 Anne, Private Act, XL), 247. 318;

(6 Anne, c. 27, clause 23), 248;

(6 Anne, c. 33), 247, 318, 458.

Deficient Funds (8–9 Win. III, c. 20), 278;

(1 Anne, c.7), 75, 80, 106, 207, 224, 313, 426, 469, 474.

Dover Harbour (2 Anne, c. 7), 236.

East India Goods (6 Anne, c. 37) 35, 48, 49, 368.

East India Trade or Two Millions (9 Wm. III, c. 44), 56, 455.

Exchequer Bills (8–9 Wm. III, c. 6), 278;

(8–9 Wm. III, c. 24), 278;

(6 Anne, c, 21). 28, 39, 224, 246, 269, 280, 283, 291, 310, 317, 325, 344, 356, 378, 379, 456, 510.

Excise (1 Win. and Mary, c. 24), 215–6;

(2 Win. and Mary, Sess. 2, c. 3), 216;

(2 Wm. and Mary, Sess. 2, c. 10). 216;

(3 Win. and Mary, c. 1), 216;

(4 Wm. and Mary, c. 3), 215, 217, 218, 494;

(5 Wm. and Mary, c. 5), 218;

(5 Win, and Mary, c. 7), 217, 218;

(5–6 Win. and Mary, c. 5), 217, 218;

(5–6 Wm. and Mary, c. 7), 494;

(5–6 Win. and Mary, c. 20), 214, 494.

Forfeited Estates, Ireland (2–3 Anne, c. 19), 248. See also Parliament, Acts of Debentures.

Frauds (14 Charles II, c. 11), 258.

Houses and Windows (6 Anne, c. 21) , 224, 291, 356.

Justices of the Peace (3 Henry VII, c. 3), 258.

Low Wines (6 Anne, c. 2), 217.

Malt Duties (6 Anne, c. 5), 135, 220, 479, 523.

Malt Lottery (8–9 Win. 111, c. 22), 474.

Million Adventure (5–6 Wm. and Mary, c. 7), 217, 218, 452, 494.

Mint, The (4–5 Anne, c. 9), 97, 419.

Navigation (12 Charles II, c. 18), 428.

Oath of Allegiance (1 Anne, c. 16) 39.

Plantation Trade (22–23 Charles II, c. 26), 428.

Prize Wines (2–3 Anne, c. 18), clauses 5 and 16), 482.

Royal Lustring Company (6 Anne, c. 3), 350.

Salt (7–8 Wm. III, c. 31), 224.

Subsidies, Impositions and Duties (6 Anne, c. 27), 25, 232, 248, 357, 469.

Timber (9 Wm, III, c. 33), 458.

Tonnage and Poundage (9 Wm. III, c. 23), 69, 382;

(1 Anne, c. 1), 382;

(2–3 Anne c. 18), 302;

Additional Subsidy of (4–5 Anne, c. 18), 90, 199, 320.

Trade, to America (6 Anne, c. 64, clauses 16 and 17). 504;

with France (3–4 Anne, c. 12, clause 4), 460, 504.

Two Millions. See Parliament, Acts of East India Trade.

Union of England and Scotland (6 Anne, c. 11), 208.

Vellum, Parchment and Paper (9 Wm, III, c. 25), 56, 455;

(6 Anne, c. 2, clause 32), 440.

Wine Measure (6 Anne, c. 27), 245.

Clerk of (M. Johnson), 373.

Houses of, lights set up in, payment for, 252;

service and attendance on, royal bounty to persons for, 247;

vermin in, destroying, 486.

members of, letters of to be franked, 455.

(non-civil list), grants of Excise supply, 215–8.

See also Commons, House of;

Lords, House of.

Ireland. See Index of Persons and Places Ireland.

Scotland, 348.

Acts of, concerning Coinage (Act of 1686, c. 38), 423;

(Act of 1690, c. 101), 423.

Erecting Manufactories (Act of 1661, No. 40), 463.

Exemption from Excise (Act of 1690, July 22), 460, 461, 462;

(Act of 1695, July 16), 460, 461, 462.

Sugarworks (Act of 1681, September 17), 463;

(Act of 1696, October 19 [October 9]),463.

ratification of the Treaty of Union by, date of, 488.

recommendation to, from the Committee for Private Affairs, 461.

resolution of, dated Edinburgh, 1703 September 7, concerning Excise duties, 461.

Parliamentary survey of lands. See Lands—Crown Lands.

Paten, for a chapel, 100, 414.

Pedlars. See Hawkers.

Peers, House of. See Lords, House of.

Pensionary Watermen. See Royal Watermen.

Pensioners, Band of. See Gentlemen Pensioners;

of Chatham Chest, 356;

of Chelsea Hospital, 96, 118–9, 126, 278, 296, 309, 377, 490, 516.

PENSIONS on the Army, 122.

on the establishment of Ireland, 70–2. 78, 105, 118, 192, 221, 231, 281–2, 438–9, 489–90.

on the Post Office, 155, 272, 298, 304.

on the Royal Household, 94, 238.

on the Tenths, 128.

out of the Civil List, 225.

out of the Crown Land Revenues of Wales,211.

out of Quit Rents, Ireland,314.

out of the Revenues of South Wales, 211.

Queen's Private Pensions. See Queen's—Private Pensions.

to French refugee officers who attended William III on his expedition to England, 389.

names of pensioners

Auverquerque, H. de

Nassau, Sieur de.

Bafiniac, J.

Bailhache, A.

Bancons, I.

Bancons, J.

Barbut, P.

Barry, J.

Barthe, J. la.

Baucourt, E.

Beaw, Frances, widow.

Bedorat, P.

Bellegard, D.

Bernard, H.

Bigneux. P.

B1ayney Lord.

Bonabell, J.

Bordenuve, P.

Bourbon, Katherine B'.

Brabant, F.

Brennan, D.

Brocas, G. Lamothe.

Brown, H.

Brumville, M.

Bruse, P.

Bryar. See Pensioners, names of—Byrer.

Buceleuch, Duchess of.

Buckley or Bulkley, R.

Bulkley. See Pensioners, names of—Buckley.

Byrer or Bryar, M.

Caladom [Caladoin], P.

Cave, J.

Cercler, M. L.

Chabert, S.

Chabrol, F.

Charmard, J. F.

Charois, D. la.

Cock, J.

Cock, Mary.

Comberose, P. de.

Coste, P. la.

Couraud, P.

Culpeper, Lord.

Dagos, J.

Dalterac, J.

Danroche, C.

Dautevil, F.

Debette, P.

Domergue, H.

Dorchester, Countess of.

Dorguil, G.

Ducros, J.

Dufiguier, F.

Dufour, D.

Duhomet, J.

Dupuy, P.

Durban, J.

Eagles, E.

Edwards, G.

Estanniere, I.

Fabre, L.

Falquier, I.

Fannen or Fannon, J.

Farrell, W.

Farthing, Elizabeth, spinster.

Favier, T.

Feltham, I.

Foissac, J.

Fontalba, L. de.

Fontjuliane, L. de.

Fox, P.

Fraissinet, P

Frescheville, J.

Garrett, W.

Garripuy, F.

Garrison, A.

Gaspart, C.

Gastigny, J.

Geneste, L.

Gibbons, T.

Girard, P.

Glatigny, A.

Gont, J.

Grafton, Duke of.

Grinder, la M.

Guillermin, P.

Guizot, J.

Hunt, N.

Jerson, T.

Joye, J.

Keightley, Lady Frances.

Labaumer, J.

Labeissade, J.

Laboissiere, J.

Labrissonniere, P.

Lacapelle, I.

Lacoste, J.

Ladeveze, A.

Lafitte, J.

Laforteles, C.

Lagarde, J.

Lager, J.

Laigle, I. de.

Lamouline, R.

Lande, H. la.

Landeveze, A.

Lane, T.

Lasalle, J.

Lause, F. de.

Laval, D .

Laval, J. de.

Longchamp, P.

Lowder or Lowther, W. or T.

Man, Isle of, poor ministers in.

Mansell, Barbara.

Mansell, C.

Mansell, F., captain.

Mansell, F.

Marchais, B.

Mareschal, J

Maret, G.

Maria, A. la.

Marin, G. la.

Marvand, J.

Mascarene, P.

Massiloi, J.

Massuguiere C.

Mauries, J.

Melier, C.

Melon, D.

Melon, J,

Meloniere, — la.

Mercade, B.

Mercier, F.

Moinandue, A.

Molié, E.

Moncal, A.

Monpinson, J.

Munet, C. de.

Netterville, J.

Nicholson, W.

Oglethorp, —.

O'Hara, Mrs. Mary.

Pains, D.

Pajou, G.

Pajou, L.

Palmes, .

Passy, L.

Paulding, —, widow.

Pavillard, J.

Pepin, J.

Pilligreen, P.

Plaigne, A.

Plaigne, Elizabeth.

Plaigne, J.

Poncet, G.

Ponthieu, C.

Pritchard, T.

Ralegh, Mrs. —.

Rasinque, J.

Rivals, L.

Rochester, Earl of.

Rossilon, H.

Roux, A.

Rowe, Arabella.

Rowe, Charlotte.

St. Albans, Duke of.

St. Brest, J.

St. Martin, I.

St. Meard, P.

St. Puy, J.

St. Simond, J.

Sefton, J.

Sergeant, J.

Slane, Lord.

Stanhope, A.

Stewart, J.

Sutton, A.

Talbot, Katherine, widow.

Taylor, R.

Teissier, J.

Terson, T.

Tettersall, N.

Thors, — D'.

Tonks, Ann.

Townsend, Margaret, widow.

Val, Jaques du.

Val, Jos. du.

Valogne, M. A.

Vaudry, J.

Vaury, J.

Vernons, M.

Vertien, J.

Vigna1, A.

Vignau, P.

Vigne, F.

Vigneul, L.

Villè, P.

Vimarre, J.

Vivier, J. du.

Walker, Mary.

Whitgrave, T.

Windham, Frances.

Windham, Sir F.

Windham, Rachael.

Worley, H.

Wren, Ellinor, widow.

Yates, N., heirs of.

Young, W.

Perpetuities, to—

Auverquerque, H. de Nassau, Sieur de, 191.

Cambridge, University of, for a Preacher, 334, 375.

Dartmouth, Corporation of, 165, 375, 419.

Emmanuel College, 165, 510.

Eton College, 165.

Fairfax, colonel E., heirs of, 166, 374, 506.

Lichfield Cathedral. Dean and Chapter of, 112, 506;

Vicars Choral of, 112, 506.

London and Westminster—

St. John Baptist, Walbrook, poor of, 165.

St. Magnus, poor of, 166.

St. Michael, Cornhill, poor of, 166.

Tower, the, Vicar of, 63.

Oxford University, for the Lady Margaret Divinity Lecturer, 507.

Southwell, schoolmaster of, 166.

Windham, colonel Francis, and his heirs male, 530.

Perquisites, allowance in lieu of, 65. See also Admiralty—Droits.

Petty Bag, Clerk of, 121, 318, 343.

Pewterers, Company of, petition of, 516.

Physic, for the servants of the Stables, 221;

Reader or Professor of, at, Cambridge University (C. Green), 165, 510;

Reader of, in Oxford University (T. Hoy), 59.

Physician, 93.

Pictures, brought from Holland, 7.

Pictures and hangings, of the Duke of

Marlborough, 99.

Pieces of Eight. See Coins.

Pilchards. See Fish.

Pillows, down, 247.

Pint measure. See Weights and Measures.

Pipe, Clerk of. See Exchequer—Court.

Pipe Staves, discharge of a lading of, 80.

Pirates, apprehended, 354. 355;

effects, remitted to England, 355;

from Madagascar, landing at Maryland, 354.

Pistoles. See Coins.

Pistols, 425;

case of, 86.

Pitch, for the Navy, 11, 137.

Pyx. See Mint.

Plantations, Agent for Prizes in, 28.

Auditor General of (W. Blath-waite), 147, 206, 211, 215, 430, 449. 482.

bonds, 49.

business. See Trade and Plantations.

chaplain for (R. Maule), 176.

Customs officers. See Customs—officers.

duties, arrears of, issues out of, 91, 155, 227;

in the Exchequer, payment out of, 154;

late Receiver of ([M.] Wicks), 145.

goods, duty on, 160.

goods from, as produce of the Perquisites of Admiralty, 285.

Governors of, 283;

salaries of not to commence sooner than their arrival, 439.

Lieutenant Governors of, allowances to in absence of the Governors, 215.

naval stores brought from, premiums on, 140, 325.

pacquet boat from, 28.

Post in, erecting and settling a regular, 283.

postage of letters and pacquets to, 417.

prize money in, to be paid to Navy and Victualling agents, 88.

proprietors of, 283.

trade. See Trade and Plantations.

Plasterer, 325.

Plate, gift of at a christening, 157;

given at Datchet by the Queen, 133;

shipment of, permission given for, 89 , See also Jewel House.

Plates, trencher, 210.

Plumber, 253.

Poor, The, issues for the relief of—at the Gate, 133, 228.

of London and Westminster, St. Botolph's, 167;

St. John Baptist, Walbrook, 165;

St. Magnus, 166;

St. Mary Ab-church, 377;

St. Michael, Cornhill, 166.

of Stepney and Wapping, 67.

Poor Knights of Windsor. See Garter.

Popinjay, 242.

POST OFFICE

annuities on, 238–9, 272, 297, 300, 304, 356.

contractor for the West Indies pacquet service, 434.

deputy postmasters (S. Bridge, T. Chapman, Anne Raby), arrears of, 343;

debt of, 365;

in America, 88;

loss of money in letter bags, 343;

providing horses and servants, 365;

salary, 365.

Flanders, correspondence. See Post Office—Postmasters General.

franking, letters of members of Parliament, 455;

packets of proclamations, 435.

General Post Office, 432, 434.

Governors of, 48.

house, in Lombard Street where the General Letter Office or Post Office is kept, lease of, 110, 153.

in America, chief deputy of, salary of, 283;

erection of, 88.

in North America, erecting and settling, grant made for, 282–3.

in North Britain, management of, petition for a commission for, 455.

incidents bills, issues for, 158, 316, 377, 508.

keeper of, in Newmarket (A. Raby), 199.

letter bags, money transmitted in, loss of, 343.

letters, postage on, 333;

ship letters, 158, 377, 508.

money, lost in the mail, 199.

officers, salaries of exempted from assessments, 224.

pacquet boats, abuses, payment for examining, 508.

between England and Ireland, contract for, 334–5;

loss on, 229;

manager of (J. Vickers), 229.

between England and New York, 88.

for the Flanders correspond ence, 409–10.

from Lisbon, charges on, 482.

from the Plantations, 28.

from Valencia, 194.

quays, for cleaning and repair of, 306.

to Lisbon, transferred from Falmouth to Flushing, 479.

used as transports, 16.

West India, contract for, 186, 227, 231, 397, 417, 430–4, 455, 497, 509;

manager of the marine charge of, 434;

soldiers carried on, 163.

pacquet service, on the coast of America, proposal for increasing, 431–2.

pensions on, 155, 272, 298, 304.

postmasters, at Edinburgh (G. Maine), petition of, 455;

debts of, 186, 225.

Postmasters General (Sir R. Cotton, Sir T. Frankland, T. Neale), 88, 110, 153, 155, 186, 199, 224, 225, 229, 238, 244, 283. 297, 300, 304, 306, 334, 343, 365, 397, 409, 417, 432, 435, 455, 482, 486, 497, 500;

payment by, 282;

report by on the Irish pacquet boats, 335 ;

report by on the Flanders correspondence, 409–10, 414;

report by on the West Indies pacquet service, 227, 231, 417, 432–3, 434.

postmistress (E. Atkinson), debts of, 244, 500.

Receiver General ([S.] Lilly), 155, 298.

soil carried away from, payment for, 508.

well, payment for pumping the, 508.

Potashes, from Dantzig, 80;

from Gothenburg, 95.

Prayer Books, for Barbados, 100.

Preachers, for Cambridge University, 334, 375;

Lent, lists of, printing charges, 336.

Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 489.

Presents or gifts, from the Queen, at christenings, 157, 245;

to Ambassadors etc., 151, 229, 274, 291, 424;

to the Emperor of Morocco and Alcaid of Tangier, 425;

to the Government of Algiers, 86.

Printers, petition of, 437;

taken into custody for printing a libel, 316. See also Queen's Printers.

Printing press, used with the expedition under Earl Rivers, 435.

Prisoners, carried through France, 200.

charge of, payment to a Consul for, 194.

French and Spanish, in Jamaica, maintenance of, 205.

in France, 76;

exchange of, mismanagement of, 300;

redemption of, 75.

in the Fleet, 436.

in the late war, transportation of, 312.

of war, secured in Porchester Castle, 115;

subsistence for, 529.

petition of, 188.

returning to France under parole, permit to take plate, 417.

taken at Almanza, relief of and subsistence for, 31, 35, 42, 43, 427, 466, 484.

transported from France, 188.

Privy Council, England, Chamber, chair of state for, 167 ;

Keepers of (R. Coling, J. Cox), fees or salaries of, 63, 166, 376, 420, 485, 506, 517–8.

clerks of (W. Blathwaite, C. Musgrave, J. Povey, E. South-well), allowances to for Trade and Plantation business, 79, 164, 373, 418, 507, 517;

salaries, 62, 164, 376, 418, 507.

Lord President of (Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery), allowance to in lieu of diet, 364;

bounty for, 364;

payment to, 443.

Lords of, 343;

printing account, 129.

Orders in Council, 199, 208, 209, 215, 221, 253, 254, 255, 308, 338, 343, 345, 364, 369, 370, 401, 412, 419, 496.

Queen in, 33, 221, 253, 254, 307, 338, 343, 352, 369, 370, 371, 412, 450, 496.

under clerks of, payment to, 304.

-, Scotland, 423;

Act of, dated 1701 February 25 concerning a sugar works in Glasgow, 463–4;

proclamation of, 445.

Privy Purse, issues for, 43, 411, 419;

Keeper of (Duchess of Marlborough), 419.

Privy Seal, Lord Privy Seal (Duke of Newcastle), allowance to, 60, 164, 373, 418;

seal of, purse for, 192.

Prizage and Butlerage. See Wines.

Prize and Perquisite. See Admiralty—Droits.

PRIZES, Accountant for, office of, clerk in (R. Griffith, E. Marshall), 129.

Accounts, Commissioners for stating, 19.

Advocate for (N. Lloyd, S. Waller), salary of, 239.

Agents for, 279.

allowance to, 159, 419.

at Barbados (S. Barwick, W. Cleland), 419.

at Dartmouth (T. Newman, N. Terry), 287, 412.

at Dublin (J. Hawkshaw), 242.

at Falmouth (N. Davy. J. Parker), 306–7.

at Genoa (Sir L. Blackwell, T. Kirke), 130, 243.

at Guernsey (.J. Dobree, R. Lee), 159.

at Jamaica (A. Brown, A. Hamilton), 209, 240, 318.

at Leghorn (Sir L. Black-well), 76, 130.

at Lisbon, (E. Tyrrell), 76.

at Milford Haven (WT. Court ney, W. Thomas), 339.

at Newfoundland (C. Camp bell, G. Wheeler), 76, 199, 243.

at Portovenere (Sir L. Black-well), 130.

at Rochester, 4.

in the Plantations, 28.

on board the fleet under Sir C. Shovell (M. Proudfoot, WT. Rock, J. Smith), 242.

with the fleet under Sir G. Rooke (P. Bowles), 312.

and cargoes, disposal of, 240.

brandy, 396.

captors of, payment to, 312.

carried into Jamaica, accounts of, 88.

Commissioners, Principal (T. Baker, M. Barton, F. Dormer, A. Duncombe, J. Evelyn, C. Killigrew, N. Pollexfen, Sir T. Skipworth), 4, 25, 26, 27, 28, 76, 88, 104, 108, 129, 130, 145, 159, 175, 199, 209, 219, 237, 239, 240, 242, 243, 249, 274, 277, 279, 287, 290, 292, 298, 299, 306, 307, 309, 312, 323, 339, 405, 412, 419, 487, 504.

new commission, 51, 52, 495.

office keeper to (J. Turner), 243.

payment by as damages to owners etc. of a ship seized and condemned, 309.

reports by, 307, 312.

resignations of, 50, 487.

Secretary (A. Barnaby), 243.

Solicitor to (D. Burgess), 243.

storekeeper to (J. Mellefont), 243.

sub-commissioners, Plymouth (J. Manley, J. Mountstephens), 249;

Portsmouth (P. Burrard, C. Goring, R. Norris, Sir O. Parker), 52, 240, 504.

to prepare instructions for a commission of enquiry into prizes, 4.

Court of Appeals, bills of fees, 103.

embezzlement of, by commanders of ships of war, 299;

in the West Indies, commission of enquiry into, 298, 318.

fish, 396;

export of, free of Customs, 68.

French, 312.

goods seized as, 94.

goods sent to the Customs House, 4.

money, arrears of, issue out of, 227;

brought home from Jamaica, 240;

in Jamaica and the Plantations, to be paid to Navy and Victualling Agents, 88;

in the Exchequer, issue out of, 177;

Queen's share of, 145, 240, 309, 312.

Office, incidents bills, issues for, 87, 334, 499;

salary bills, issues for, 64, 156, 240, 331, 468;

wine cooper to (T. Parry), 290.

Receiver General of (J. Brewer, J. Henley), 249, 482;

appointment, 503;

resignation, 51, 503;

securities for, 511, 514.

Receivers of, to be appointed by the Receiver General of Prizes, 249;

sub-receiver, Plymouth (W. Roach), petition of, 219.

ships, 68, 86. 88, 94, 160, 240, 242, 244, 254, 274, 285, 290, 306, 312, 323, 337–8, 346, 347, 412, 502.

storekeeper for, at Portsmouth (J. Battaley, S. Binkes), 104.

taken in America, value of, better accompting for, 299.

taken in the East Indies, 24, 26.

taken into Virginia and Maryland, 108.

wines, 191, 279, 286, 291, 306, 307, 346, 358, 482.

Proclamations, franked by the Post Office, 435.

Proctor. See Queen's Proctor.

Protestants, French, royal bounty for, 6, 45, 94, 329;

High German Lutheran, minister and congregation of the, lease of the Savoy chapel to, 57–9;

in Ireland, 196.

Provisions, in Ireland, cheaper than in England, 260.

Publisher, taken into custody, 316.

Puncheons, for the Mint in Scotland, 263, 264, 354.

Purse, for the Lord Privy Seal, 192.

Purser, 209.

Pursuivants at Arms. See Heralds.