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'Index: P', Calendar of Treasury Books and Papers, Volume 5: 1742-1745 (1903), pp. 927-935. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=92103 Date accessed: 27 August 2014.


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Pacey, William, Receiver General for part of Norfolk, 344, 770.

Packer, Winchcombe Howard, 35, 127, 141.

Packet boats, 103, 240.

-, -, (Dover, Calais and Ostend), 66, 68, 114, 143, 157, 504, 509, 518, 523–4, 668, 709.

-, -, (Gibraltar), 504, 512, 518, 580, 707–8,

-, -, (Harwich and Holland), 54–5, 504, 518, 657.

-, -, (Helvoetsluis), 523–4.

-, -, (Lisbon), 51, 449, 471, 475, 504, 518, 707–8, 749.

-, -, (Port Mahon), 504, 512, 518, 580.

-, -, (West Indies), 691, 705, 707–8, 740.

-, -, carrying of officers and soldiers in, 499, 500, 509, 801, 820.

-, -, during the late war, 708.

-, -, importing goods in, 449, 475, 672

-, -, scheme of, 478, 518.

-, -, strengthening of, in consequence of war, 54, 66, 485, 504, 512.

Paddingwick alias Pallenswick (Fulham), 777.

Paddock. See Bushey Park.

Paddy (Paddey), Francis, 442, 474, 548.

Padstow (Cornwall), 652, 845.

Page (Bage), Edward, 321.

-, Francis, 281, 291, 365–6.

-, Henry, 838.

-, Michael, 594, 791.

-, Robert, 653.

-, William, 291.

Paget, Mr., 587.

Pagham (Sussex), 246.

Pain (Paine), Thomas, 219, 846.

Painter, James, 812.

Palace Yard. See Streets.

Palatine, Resident from Elector of. See Jordan, A. F.

Palmer, Charles, a lottery manager, 252, 648, 689.

-, Joseph, 35.

-, Silas, 115.

-, Thomas, 253, 291, 366, 368.

-, Sir Thomas, sheriff of Northamptonshire, 164.

-, William, 111, 128.

Palmerston Viscount. See Temple, H.

Palonia linens, 463.

Panthalion, Lieut. Eck van, 521.

Paper, duty on, 17, 91, 329, 426.

-, mills, 534.

-, money in the Colonies, 729.

-, Office. See Whitehall (Palace Library).

Papillon, David, a Commissioner of Excise, England, 210.

Papists, Scotland, Commissioners for, 709.

Paramor, Thomas, 151, 221.

Parham (Antigua), 270, 494.

Paris, 15, 24, 79, 99, 197, 201, 360, 398, 405, 419, 424, 607, 615, 751.

-, minister at. See Ambassadors (France).

Paris, John Ferdinand, 32, 238, 763, 813.

Park, Parks. See Bushey, Richmond; Hyde; St. James's; Green.

Park farm (co. Southants), 355.

Parke, Lawrence, tidesman, 652.

-, Mr., 476.

Parker, Sir Henry John, 110.

-, Hester, 71.

-, James, 222.

-, John, 288, 455, 471, 770.

-, John Burnaby, employed on His Majesty's service at Oporto; consul at Oporto, 17, 66, 84, 167, 176, 185, 192, 205, 240, 242, 250, 393, 395, 410, 419, 422, 606, 613, 621, 632, 640, 657, 683, 732, 793, 806–7, 821, 830, 834.

-, Jonas, 534, 590.

-, Sir Philip, 720.

-, Robert, 845.

-, Sir Thomas, Justice of Common Pleas, Chief Baron of the Exchequer, 222, 404.

-, Thomas, 1st Earl of Macclesfield, 13.

Parkins, Timothy, 597.

PARLIAMENT, GREAT BRITAIN (see Lords, Commons, Houses), 93, 246.

-, -, Acts of, 20, 33, 39, 46, 50, 55, 75, 89, 100, 137, 259, 297, 307, 720.

-, -, applications to, 26, 36, 41–2, 255, 259, 443, 446, 451, 453, 464, 554.

-, -, clerk of. See Cowper, A.

-, -, drafts or legislative proposals for acts, bills or clauses, 32, 41, 45–6, 268, 380, 472, 544, 552, 673–4, 754, 756, 786.

-, -, estimates for. See Estimates.

-, -, grants by, 64. See Oglethorpe, J.; Westminster Bridge; Georgia; Royal Africa Company.

-, -, expenditure not provided for by, 506, 780.

-, -, petitions to, 19.

-, -, printing for. See Printing.

-, -, propositions for, 241.

-, -, sessions of, 189.

-, -, supply voted by, 599, 662. See Services.

-, IRELAND. See Lords, House of.

Parliamentary Affairs. See Special service.

Parminter, John. senr. and junr., 218.

-, Richard, 220, 434.

Parr, Thomas, Receiver General for Bucks. 133, 569, 649.

-, William, 652.

Parrock, John, 452.

Parry, Edward, 210.

Parsons, Edward, Receiver General for Whitehall and St. James's Palace. 362 365, 578, 651.

-, John, clerk to Mr. Paxton. Treasury Solicitor, 131, 134.

-, Richard (alias Blandum or Blondum, Henry), 812.

-, -, 2nd Earl of Rosse, 501.

-, Robert, Comptroller General of Customs, 302, 527, 760.

Partridge, Mr., agent for Pennsylvania, 276.

Parvis, Mr. (felon), 225.

Pascoe, Samuel, smuggler, 482, 563, 566.

Pashley, Christopher, 95, 442.

Passage money, royal bounty for, for ministers and chaplains going to the Plantations, 51, 68, 162, 172, 180–1, 193, 228, 254, 264, 293, 306, 316, 333, 395, 404, 412, 416, 420–1, 494, 542, 605, 618, 625, 631, 637, 737, 742, 799, 807, 814, 818, 820, 822–3 825, 827, 829, 832.

Pasteur. See Boissier.

Pate, John, 215.

Pateshall, Robert, 513.

Patman, William, 838.

Patterson (Paterson), David, 645, 651.

-, Edward, 214.

-, Nicholas, 123.

-, Richard, 212.

-, Robert, 294, 561.

-, Thomas, agent to the Marines and the 3rd regiment of Foot Guards, 272, 666–7, 671, 712, 714, 730.

Patullo, James, 648.

Patuxent (Maryland), 653.

Paul, Dr. George, Advocate General, 21, 24, 149, 192, 430, 798. See Advocate.

-, Robert, 67, 132.

Pauncefort, Robert, Attorney General to the Prince of Wales, 255–6, 258, 354.

Pawlet. See Powlett.

Paxton, Elizabeth, 765.

-, Nicholas, Solicitor for the Affairs of the Treasury, 59, 60, 63, 72, 104, 108, 111, 118, 121, 142, 162, 183, 238, 763, 813; accounts of, 9, 54, 56, 98; imprisonment of, 32; reports by, 22; for payments to for Crown Law causes see Crown Law.

Pay Office, Horse Guards. See Army (Pay).

Payl, Christopher, 842.

Paymaster General of the Forces. See Army (Paymaster).

Payne (Payn, Paine, Peyn), George, a lottery manager, 84, 252, 648, 689; Secretary to the Taxes Commissioners, 260.

-, James, 573, 751.

-, John, sheriff of Sussex, 163.

-, Thomas, 266.

Paynter, Thomas, 296.

Payter. See Player.

Peachy (Peachey), John, 56, 138, 154.

Peacock, Robert, 215, 222.

-, Dr. Upton, Physician General to the Army in Ireland, 814, 832.

Peagrum. See Pigram.

Peake, Jacob, 679.

-, Thomas, 153, 296.

Pearce (Pearse, Peirce), Edward, 34. See Price.

-, James, 127, 142.

-, Richard, 652.

-, Captain Vincent, 28, 40.

Peard, Oliver, Receiver General for part of Devon, 134, 587, 589, 654.

-, William, 839.

Pearson (Peirson), Arthur, 288, 437.

-, Mathew, 846.

Peasley, Reverend William, 395.

Peat, William, 438.

Pedretti, George, 790.

Peckham. See Little Peckham.

Pedlars and Hawkers, Commissioners, &c. of. See Hawkers.

Peele (Peel, Peale), John, 266.

-, Robert, a Receiver of Crown rents, 723, 751, 770, 782.

-, Thomas, 711.

Peers, Col. Newsham, 44.

Pegram. See Pigram.

Peirce, Peirson. See Pearce, Pearson.

Pelham, Lady Catherine, 838.

-, Henry, 838; Paymaster General of the Forces, 37, 42, 51–2, 82–3, 94, 165, 167–8, 173, 180, 182, 194–5, 203, 226, 250, 252, 265, 272–3, 321, 390–1, 398, 439, 494–5, 519, 520, 535, 558 586, 613, 687; a Treasury Lord, 311, 313–5, 317, 319, 321, 323, 325, 327–8, 330, 332–4; Chancellor of the Exchequer, 338, 431, 491, 575, 610, 619, 635, 656, 682, 717, 757, 795, 805, 816, 827.

-, James, 94.

-, John, 440, 600.

-, Thomas, Secretary to the Extraordinary Embassy to France, 175–6.

Pelham-Holles, Thomas, 4th Duke of Newcastle, Secretary of State, 3, 15, 17, 33, 47, 66, 75, 79, 88, 158, 167, 169, 183, 196, 202, 212, 228, 236, 240, 256, 261, 267–8, 288, 301, 308, 314, 316, 318, 325, 329, 348, 361–2, 400, 408, 422, 424, 431, 441–2, 456, 459, 466, 471, 475, 492–3, 496, 502, 511, 531, 540, 610, 619, 632, 667, 669, 680, 684, 691, 696, 709, 725, 733–4, 737, 739, 740, 758, 774, 777, 779, 795, 805, 816, 826, 835–6, 847; office of, 64; secret service of see Secret service.

Pell, John, 237, 434.

Pells, Clerk of. See Exchequer (Receipt, England); Exchequer (Receipt, Ireland).

Pels (Pells) & Sons, bankers, Holland, 226–7, 459, 467.

Pelyne, Robert, 208.

Pembroke (Pemberton), George, Receiver General, co. Herts, 279, 282, 362.

Pembroke, county, 113, 116, 209, 229, 395, 433.

-, -, justices of. See Beeston, H.; Pollen, J.

-, -, sheriffs of. See Allen, W.; Bowen, M.; Jones, W.

-, Earl of. See Herbert, H.

Pendennis Castle and Fort, 474, 504, 560, 567, 763.

Pendock, Mrs., 109, 110.

Penglais (Penglays), (co. Cardigan), 124, 132.

Penleaze, William, 346, 647.

Penn, family, 523.

-, Hercules, 266, 651.

Pennant, Robert, 217.

-, Samuel, sheriff of Middlesex, 812.

Pennant Forest (co. Carmarthen), 846.

Pennington, John, 840.

-, Joseph, a lottery manager, 252, 648, 689.

Pennsylvania, agent for. See Partridge, Mr.

-, disputes as to, 523.

-, present from, to the King, 276.

-, recruits raised in, 504, 526.

Penny, Stephen, Comptroller of Excise, Scotland, 438.

Penryn (co. Cornwall), 220, 378.

Pensioners, Band of. See Gentlemen.

PENSIONS. See Petty bounty; royal bounty; French Protestants; for the King's private pensions, see Almoner, 12, 41, 67.

-, account of, in various offices, for the Secret Committee, 126, 130, 132, 139.

-, Committee of Secrecy inquiring into. See Secrecy.

-, establishment, renewal of, 93.

-, Ireland. See Ireland (establishment).

-, out of Excise, 48.

-, payable at the Exchequer, 105.

-, Paymaster of. See Stewart, W.; Hooper, E.; Keene, B.; Compton, C., 34, 74, 132, 139, 565, 690, 775; issues or imprests to, 32, 101, 188, 335, 360, 428, 638, 795, 831; debt in office of, 775.

-, regulations as to certificates of, 512.

-, uncalled for, 558.

-, annuities, perpetuities, allowances ON THE ENGLISH ESTABLISHMENT. See:—

Abergavenny, Lord.

Albemarle, Countess of.

Balgony, Lord.

Barbot, Charlotte.

Bellenden, Lord and Lady.

Berwick Corporation.

Bolton, Duke of.

Boston (New England).

Buchan, Earl of.

Cambridge University.

Campbell, Sir James.

Chamier, Daniel and Susanna.

Chelsea Hospital.

Christ's Hospital (children).

Cotton, Sir J. H.

Crawford, Earl of.

Cresset, G.

Dartmouth Corporation.

Davenant, H.

Dorset, Duke of.

Drummond, Lieut. L.

Duck, Sarah.

Durell, Solomon.

Edgcumbe, R.

Effingham, Earls Francis and Thomas, and Countess of.

Emmanuel College, Cambridge.

Eton College.

Fairfax, Col., heirs of.

Findlater, Earl of.

Fisher, Catherine, Dorothy, Isabella, Mary and William.

Forbes, Lord William, children of.

French Protestants.

Garlies, Lord.

Grafton, Duke of.

Grant. Lewis and Thomas.

Gore, George.

Griffin, Lady Mary.

Guion, Magdelain.

Haldane, Mungo

Holzendorff, Charles.

Home, Earl of

Hope, Charles.

-, Lord J.

Hyndford, Earl of.

Jennison, Ralph.

Johnston, Martha.

Kingdon, Mrs.

Kintore, Earl of.

Languerac, Mrs.

Lauderdale, Earl of

Lichfield, Dean and Chapter of.

-, Vicars of.

Lincoln, Earl of.

Lovat, Lord.

Macclesfield (town preacher).

Man, Isle of (poor ministers).

Martin, Lady.

Massaie, Eliz. Amproux de la.

-, Lucy Amproux de la.

Maxwell, W.

Mehmet, Maria Hedewig.

Monson, Lord.

Mordington, Lord.

Morris, Mrs.

Munro, Capt. George.

Newton, Amelia.

Orford, Earl of.

Oxford University.

Perse, Louise du.

Petre, Sarah.

Poole, Mrs.

Pye, Thomas.

Raleigh, Mary.

Reay, Lord.

Royal Waterman.

St. Albans, Duke of.

St. Botolphs (London).

St. Clair, Dr. Andrew.

St. John Baptist (London).

St. Magnus (London).

St. Michaels (London).

Savoy (French).

Somerville, Lord.

Southwell, schoolmaster.

Sutherland, Earl of.

Thornton, James.

Torpichen, Lord.

Tournie, Blanche, Magdaleane, and Marianne.

Tower, Vicar of.

Vaudois church.

Waite, Thomas.

Walton, John.

Warwick, Earl of.

Wynne, Elizabeth and Margaret.

Yates, Nicholas.

-, ON THE IRISH ESTABLISHMENT. See:—

Aldrich, William.

Barry, Redmond.

Brabazon, Edward.

Butler, Robert.

Cavan, Earl of.

Cholmondeley, Earl of.

Desmaizeaux, Anne and Peter.

Diemar, Baron E. H.

Doneraile, Viscountess.

Fane, Francis.

Finch, Lady Cecilia Isabella.

French churches at Cork.

Gore, George.

Grantham, Earl of.

Hamilton, Henry, children of.

Harrington, Earl of.

Hartstong, Price, children of.

Hobourg, Herman.

Howe, Viscountess.

Kielmansegge, Lady.

Lawman, Henry William.

Mayo, Viscountesses Ellis and Margaret.

Mayo, Viscount.

Mount-Alexander, Earl of.

Nesbit, Alexander.

Nettiwell, Jerome, Margaret and Nicholas.

Officer's widows, 698, 765.

Prendergast, Lady Penelope.

Rosse, Earl of.

Schaub, Sir Luke.

Schutz, Augustus.

Sporcke, Rudolph de.

Steinberg, Baroness de.

Torrington, Viscount.

Walpole, Lord R.

Walmoden, Amelia.

Yonge, Lady.

Penzance (Cornwall), 73, 108, 221, 256, 487, 569, 848.

Pepper warehouse, 98.

Pepperell, Mr., 820.

Percy, Charles, 445, 643.

Perez, Admiral, Ambassador from the Emperor of Morocco, 672, 803.

Perfedd. See Cwmwyd.

Perk, Mr., 338.

Perkins, Edward, sheriff of Monmouth, 626.

Perks, Edward, 650.

Pern, Chester, sheriff of Cambridge and Huntingdon, 167.

Perquisites. See Admiralty (Droits); Exchequer (Receipt, Chancellor).

Perronett (Perronet), Anna Catherine. 751.

-, David, royal bounty to, 76, 84, 194.

Perry, Jacob, 528.

-, William, sheriff of Bucks, 185.

Perry, 5; duty on, see Cider.

Perryman, Elias. 595.

Perth, county (Scotland), 3, 93, 260, 346, 351.

-, town, 215, 841.

Pesos, 291.

Peters, Gilbert. 838.

-, Ralph, 223.

Petersham, Viscount. See Stanhope, W.

Petersham (Surrey). 117.

Petre, Sarah, pension to, 605.

Petree, James, 435.

Petticrew, William, Deputy-Consul at Tetuan, Vice Consul at Tangier, 471, 479, 480, 482, 616.

Pettier, Mr., Secretary to the Salt Commissioners, 478.

Petty Bounty list, 10, 99, 152, 318. See Scheld, G. L.; Mansuer, R.

Pevensey Bay (Sussex), 490.

Pewtress, James, 170.

Peyn. See Payne.

Peyton, Sir Thomas, sheriff of Cambridge and Huntingdon, 625.

Philadelphia, 125, 688.

Philiphaugh (Selkirk), 218, 382, 578.

Philips (Phillips), Capt., 582, 597.

-, John, boatman, 650.

-, -, Receiver General of Cardigan, 546, 604.

-, Owen, 791.

-, Richard, Col. (Lieut. Gen.), Governor of Nova Scotia, 337; Col. of the regiment of Foot in America (including victualling of his regiment), 512, 514–7, 520, 525–7, 630, 639, 664, 674, 685, 694, 711, 723, 825.

-, Samuel, 443.

-, Thomas 570–1.

-, Vaughan, 269, 435.

-, Waiter, 222.

Philipson (Phillipson), John, 511; Surveyor General of woods, North and South Trent. 702, 733, 763, 779, 781, 784, 786, 788 830, 840.

Philp, John, 612.

Phipps, Thomas, junr., Receiver General for co. Wilts, 279, 296, 367, 436.

Phipps Tower (African Coast), 451.

Piccadilly. See Streets.

Picolata (Florida), 28.

Pictures, 13, 24, 296, 385.

Pieces of eight. See Eight.

Pierrepont, Evelyn, 2nd Duke of Kingston-upon-Hull; a gentleman of the Bedchamber 167; Master of the Staghounds, Trent North, 474, 647.

Piggens, Thomas, 845.

Pigott (Piggot Pigot) alias Horton, Francis, 74, 149.

-, John, 838.

-, William, 186.

Pigram (Pegram, Peagrum), John, Surveyor General of Customs, N. America, 34, 500.

-, Nathaniel, 488–9.

Pilkington, Sir Lionel, 163, 188.

Pilots, petition concerning, 487.

Pilsen (Bohemia), 409.

Pimlico House on the King's road to Fulham, 10.

Pine. See Pyne.

Pinks, Thomas, 63.

Pipe, officers of and Roll of. See Exchequer Court Pipe.

Piper, Allan, 683, 847.

Pistoles, 7, 270; French and Spanish, 729.

Pitcher, James (Thomas), Commissary of Musters for the American Expedition, 460, 589.

Pitches, Thomas (deputy) Accomptant of the Post Office, 749, 764.

Pitts, William, distiller, 235, 251.

Pix, trial of. See Mint (Pix).

Placentia (Newfoundland), victualling of, 6, 110, 115, 118–9, 123, 139, 148, 162, 167, 175, 193, 297, 328, 342, 346, 348, 357, 367, 394, 405, 420, 426, 515–7, 522, 554, 559, 560, 582, 585, 605, 614, 630, 635, 641, 664, 766, 774, 783, 804, 820, 827, 832, (See Woodford, M.)

Plague, 228, 289, 290, 293, 295, 297, 315, 324, 372, 377, 444, 449, 453, 502, 612, 679, 726, 757. See Quarantine.

-, among the cattle in Holland and England, 719, 722, 728, 735, 737, 780, 832.

PLANTATIONS. See Trade and Plantations; America; Sugar Colonies; 38, 67, 383, 691, 707, 800.

-, Auditor of, 485, 649, see Walpole, Horatio, senr.; deputy to, see Warren, W.; Pennant, R.; St. John, J.

-, business before the Privy Council, &c., 645; payments to clerks, &c. for attending to. See Attorney and Solicitor General; Andrews, H.; Spencer, J.; Privy Council (clerks).

-, Customs. See Customs.

-, forces in, 745; estimates for, 18, 224, 461, 701, 787; issues for, 197, 468, 470, 672, 684, 734, 740.

-, merchants, 58.

-, navigation and trade, Plantation duties, 688. See Navigation.

-, registering ships from, abuses in, 19.

-, tobacco. See Tobacco.

Plate, gifts of, and allowances of, to Ambassadors, &c., Secretaries of State, &c., 19, 120, 378, 573, 576–7, 752 (and see Christenings; Royal presents).

-, gilt and white, delivered into the Jewel Office by the King's Goldsmith. See Jewel Office.

-, (wrought), duty on, 323, 377.

-, -, -, deficiency of, 147, 199, 354, 407, 559, 570, 757, 768. (See Hops.)

Player, alias Payter, Henry, 209, 459.

Plowden, James, 749.

Plowes, Thomas, 315, 718.

Plumber. See Sergeant plumber.

Plumeridge, John, 627.

Plumpton, Moses, 841.

-, Richard, a Commissioner for Wine Licences. 436.

Plumptre (Plumtree), John, a Commissioner of Stamps, 218.

-, John, Paymaster and Treasurer of the Ordnance, 188, 388, 404, 600, 603, 611, 628, 800, 812, 814, 822, 832.

Plumptree, Dr. Russell, Professor and Header of Physic at Cambridge, 175, 192, 204, 208, 798, 810, 822.

Plunkett, John, 236, 816, 450.

Plymouth (Devon), 48, 52, 66, 132, 215, 220–1, 247, 256, 283, 285, 311, 315, 317, 338, 407, 435, 545, 555, 593–6, 646, 649, 650, 652, 657, 697, 766, 772, 839, 840, 843–4.

Pocomoke (Maryland), 844.

Poinz. See Poyntz.

Poland, Ambassadors to and from. See Ambassadors.

-, King of, subsidy to. See Saxony, Elector.

-, Queen of [Marie Joseph, daughter of the Emperor Joseph and wife of Augustus III. of Saxony, King of Poland], 393.

Pole, Lieut. Col., Edward, 502, 509, 575, 743.

-, William, 223.

Polhill, Charles, a Commissioner of Excise England, 210.

-, David, keeper of records in the Tower, 169, 170, 183, 195–6, 202–3, 396, 399, 400, 408, 421–2, 431–2, 610–1, 618–9 632, 637, 793, 795, 805, 817, 826, 828, 836.

Police, Scotland. See Scotland (Police).

Pollen, John, a Welsh Justice, 213, 392, 395 403.

Pollett, Anthony, Deputy Comptroller of the Mint, 847.

-, -, junr., King's Clerk for the copper coinage, 848.

Pollixfen, John, sheriff of Devon, 639.

Pomeroy, Mathew, 434.

-, William, 39.

Pondhead (New Forest), 346, 474, 561.

Ponsonby, Brabazon, 1st Earl of Bessborough, a Revenue Commissioner, Ireland, 650.

-, Hen. Col. (Brig. Gen.), 26, 40, 44, 96–7.

-, John, a Commissioner of Revenue and of Excise, Ireland, 650, 694, 765.

-, -, waiter, 650.

-, William, Viscount Duncannon, afterwards 2nd Earl of Bessborough, 247, 250, 253, 539.

Poole, Mrs., pension to, 381.

Poole (Dorset), 119, 198, 209, 220–2, 348, 481, 488, 572, 583, 646, 648, 652–3.

Poor Knights. See Windsor.

-, ministers. See Man, Isle of.

-, widows, royal bounty to, 228.

Poor, William, 649.

Pope, Henry, 648, 839.

Popham, Jonathan, 330, 490, 572.

-, Otho, 647.

Popish and superstitious uses, estates forfeited for, 70, 327, 377, 751.

-, priests, prosecution of, 557.

-, Recusants' convictions, charging of, 207, 799.

Popple, Alured, Governor of the Bermudas, 159, 180, 191–2, 200, 403, 406, 602, 617, 680, 801, 817–8.

-, Henry, Agent to the Independent Companies at Jamaica and New Providence, 748.

-, William, 777; Governor of the Bermudas, 762–3, 807, 841.

-, -, under-searcher, London, 69.

Porcas. See Purchase.

Port dues, 754.

Port Glasgow (Renfrew), 222, 233, 364, 435, 438, 444, 506, 545, 643, 653, 684, 772, 838, 840.

-, Louis (France), 657.

-, Mahon (Minorca), 2, 66, 374–5, 384, 387, 433, 538, 550, 553, 594–5, 598–9, 690, 790–2; packet boat service to see packet boat; victualling of, see Minorca (Victualling).

Porte, John de la, 573.

Porteous, Francis, 843.

-, Thomas, 839.

Porter, Anthony, 844.

-, James, Commissary at Vienna to treat of trade with those of the Emperor, 67, 176, 183, 185, 409, 422, 427, 606, 621, 632, 653, 794, 806, 821, 829.

-, Mr., smuggler, 73.

-, Laurence, Surveyor of houses, Surrey, 653.

Porthleven (Cornwall), 547.

Portland, Countess of. See Bentinck, Jane Martha.

-, Duke of. See Bentinck, William.

Portland, Isle, 234, 712; Surveyor of quarries, &c., 67, 69. See Bryer, T.; Tizard, E.; Roper, T.; Tucker, R.; Tucker, J.; Tucker, E.

-, pier, 99, 234.

-, stone, duty on, 817.

Portman, John, 48, 85, 133.

Portsea (Hants), 79, 222.

Portsmouth, Earl of. See Wallop, John.

Portsmouth (Hants), 109, 128–9, 208, 229, 260, 264, 345, 350, 379, 445, 488, 514, 526, 555, 563, 580–1, 596, 598, 654, 673, 679.

-, dockyard, 316.

-, fortification, lease of lands for, 39, 46–7, 261, 280, 284, 286, 331, 371, 514.

-, Governor of, 46–7. See Honeywood, Gen.; Legge, Col. R.

-, Guy's Bastion and Beeston's demibastion, 284.

-, victualling mills in, 129, 329, 330.

Portugal, 475.

-, commercial treaties with, 460.

-, Ambassadors to and from. See Ambassadors.

Portuguese cloth, imitation of, 85.

-, ships, 460, 475.

-, subjects, 331, 632.

Posbury (Devon), 482.

Post fines, farm of, and certificates as to, 50, 166, 230, 342, 388, 545, 602, 685, 748, 785, 799, 832. See Strafford, Earl of.

-, and pre fines co. Chester, lease of, 110, 145, 154.

POST OFFICE, 68, 668.

-, -, Accomptant of, 764; deputy to see Pitches, T.

-, -, alphabet keeper, 102.

-, -, bye and cross road letters, 61, 139; farmer of see Allen, Ralph.

-, -, clerks of the road, 102, 235.

-, -, establishment, General and Penny, salary bill, 167, 182, 391, 431–2, 797; incidents bill, 169, 182, 391, 431–2.

-, -, frauds in, 102–3, 233.

-, -, Inland Office, Comptroller of. See Bell, J.

-, -, laws relating to, 105, 156, 225, 227.

-, -, lease of building, 504.

-, -, officers of, 117, 378, 747.

-, -, Receiver General of, 518. See Onslow, D.; Stone, G.; Roberts, J.

-, -, re-taxing letters, 233, 235.

-, -, revenues, 156, 745.

-, -, road surveyors, 54, 61, 294, 304.

-, -, Secret Service Fund of, 669, 675–6.

-, -, Secretary to, 235, 540, 675. See Shelvoke, G.; Barbutt, D.

-, -, stages, arrangement of, for country business, 61, 304.

Postmaster General. See Coke, T.; Eyles, Sir J.; Fawkener, Sir E.; 34, 51, 54–5, 59, 61, 66, 68, 102–3, 139, 140, 143, 156–7, 225, 233, 240, 249, 300, 305, 328, 341, 378, 471, 475, 478, 485, 503, 509, 512, 518, 523–4, 580, 588, 657, 705, 707–8, 740, 747, 781–2.

-, -, (Scotland), 560.

Postlethwaite, Mathew and Stephen, 217.

Pot Act. See Victuallers' duty.

Pot ashes, 231, 234, 345.

Pote, Joseph, 426.

Potomac (Maryland), 173, 378.

Potter, Ja., 627.

-, John. See Canterbury, Archbishop of.

Pouchoud, Jacob, contractor for carrying the King's baggage when abroad, 262–4, 268, 274, 276, 281, 296, 313, 327, 330, 404, 491, 503, 637, 575.

Poulton (co. Lancs.), 222, 338, 537–8, 560.

Poultry Compter, 74, 144, 225, 342, 583.

-, Groom of. See Bale, S.

Powell, Charles, 323, 437, 650.

-, Thomas (Crown lands), 247; (smuggler), 70, 452, 549, 760, 763; (tidewaiter), 652.

-, William, tidesman, 12, 212.

Powlett (or Pawlet), Charles, 3rd Duke of Bolton, Warden of New Forest (Hants), 67, 94, 105, 118, 123, 140, 146, 341, 481, 514, 677; Governor of the Isle of Wight and Vice-Admiral of Hants, 471, 495, 566, 574, 624; annuity or pension to, 136, 165, 181, 197, 390, 401, 420, 602, 615, 629, 640, 802, 815, 827.

-, Col., 682.

-, George, Customs officer, 283, 407.

Poynton, John, 438.

Poyntz, William, banker, 225–8.

-, -, Receiver General of Excise, 126, 174, 274, 405, 552, 610, 667, 802.

Prague (Bohemia), 423, 631.

Prankard, Griffin, 242, 246, 350.

Pratt, Joseph, Surveyor of houses, York, 222; Customs officer, 322.

-, William, 843.

Pre fines. See Post Fines.

Prendergast, Lady Penelope, pension to, 405.

-, Lieut. Thomas, 6, 162.

Presburg (Hungary), 393.

Presents. See Royal Presents.

Presgrave, William, searcher, Cardiff, 54, 187, 217.

-, -, messenger, payments by, out of King's money, 496.

Presgrove, Thomas, 652.

Press. See Oxford University, Cambridge University.

-, messenger of. See Gray, S.

Pressing men for the Navy, 477, 542, 745.

Pressing and folding presses for linen trade, Scotland, 4.

Prestatyn hundred (co. Flint). 511, 569, 571, 771.

Prestonpans (Haddington), 218, 294, 646, 650–2, 840, 845.

Pretender's son, intelligence concerning, 511; for the Rebellion see Scotland (rebellion).

Prettyman, Barron, sheriff of Suffolk, 187, 417.

Prevereau, Daniel, first clerk in the Duke of Newcastle's office (including payments to, for meeting bills of exchange drawn by Ambassadors from abroad), 104, 201, 230, 254, 281, 398, 405, 603.

Price (Pryse), Charles, sheriff of Bucks, 626.

-, David, 163.

-, Edward (alias Peirce), tidesman, 69.

-, Edward, sheriff of Radnor, 157, 167, 785.

-, George, 193.

-, James (alias Priest), 627.

-, John, Captain, 595; lottery manager, 252; Customs officer, 289.

-, (Prece), John, Colonel, 487.

-, Matthew, 683, 847.

-, Thomas, felon, 350; tidesman, 210, 646.

-, William (alias Rice), 249.

Prices. See Silver; Drugs.

-, dearness of (1742), 31.

-, of corn, 45, 52.

-, of provisions in Ireland, 31, 45, 157, 275.

Pridie, Richard, 594.

Priest. See Price, James.

Prime, Andrew, a Cashier to the Bank of England, 251–2, 646, 676.

PRINCE of Orange. See Orange; Princess Royal.

-, OF WALES, 702.

-, -, annuity to, 35, 48, 183, 196 202, 400, 408, 422, 432, 610, 618, 632 795, 805, 816, 826, 835.

-, -, Attorney General to. See Pauncefort, R.

-, -, lease to, 255–6, 258–9.

PRINCESS, the four Princesses (Amelia, Carolina, Lovisa and Mary), establishments for, 169, 337 399, 407, 421, 432, 522, 607, 618, 632, 702, 793, 835.

-, -, Treasurer and Receiver General to. See Selwyn, J., junr.

-, Amelia and Caroline, 152, 816, 826, 836.

-, Lovisa, marriage to the Prince Royal of Denmark, 481; dower to 622; dresses, &c., for, 121, 335–6, 481; voyage to Ho land, 316, 373.

-, ROYAL (Anne, Princess of Denmark) wedding portion of, 19, 46, 124, 232, 247 343; birth of a daughter, 242, 395.

-, OF WALES, birth of a daughter, 431; birth of a son, 831.

Pringle, Joseph, a clerk in the Court of Delegates, Scotland, 682, 707, 757, 774.

-, Roderick, 320.

Printing, for Parliament, King's printer. See Basket, J.; Richardson, S.; Van deresch, Mr.; 138, 171, 190, 408, 412, 596, 635, 755, 818.

-, press, messenger of. See Gray, S.

Prisoners, escape of, actions against gaolers for, 299, 342, 345, 356, 363, 374.

Pritchard, Anthony, 644.

-, Rowland, 494.

-, Thomas, 144.

Privateers, 477, 563, 679, 704, 726, 773. See Marque, letters of.

-, French, 489, 491, 572, 658.

-, Spanish, 30, 43, 49, 55, 317, 321, 376, 595.

Privilege. See Commons, House of.

PRIYY COUNCIL, GREAT BRITAIN, 3, 60, 299, 445, 744, 747, 779.

-, -, -, Chamber, keepers of. See Andrews, H.; Spencer, J.

-, -, -, clerks of. See Vernon, J.; 139, 244, 378–9, 468, 782, 808; attending Plantation business, 165, 181, 197, 390–1, 420, 602, 615, 629, 640, 802, 815; in waiting, 302, 305, 312, 315, 317, 320, 330, 371, 374, 376–8, 443, 456, 475, 488, 524, 544, 556, 589, 719, 724, 726, 757, 761, 787; under-clerks of, see Sharpe, P., 168, 607.

-, -, -, Committee of, for trade, 267, 449, 516.

-, -, -, Office, Whitehall, 58, 502.

-, -, -, orders in, 50, 295–7, 300, 308, 310, 313–4, 319, 324, 336, 368, 370, 372–6, 445, 449, 467, 489, 491, 502, 504, 515 6, 545, 548, 550, 568, 570, 576, 582, 612, 679, 706, 719, 720, 722, 735, 742, 788.

-, -, -, Plantation business in, payments to officers for attending to. See Privy Council (clerks); Andrews, H.; Spencer, J.; Attorney and Solicitor General.

-, -, -, President of, 724. See Harrington, Earl of; Dorset, Duke of; Wilmington. Earl of.

-, -, IRELAND. See Ireland, Council.

-, GARDEN (Whitehall), 22, 24, 103, 117, 237, 239, 349, 351, 533, 537, 587–8, 591.

-, -, Lord Carteret's office in, 141.

-, PURSE, issues for, 12, 23, 33, 43, 53, 67, 74, 82, 87, 104, 187, 228, 235, 244, 260, 264, 281, 296, 322, 330, 337, 406, 444, 452, 464, 468, 477, 490, 501, 505, 515, 525, 539, 625, 656, 665, 674, 683, 686, 694, 699, 712, 718, 728, 737, 814. See Schutz, A:

-, SEAL (ENGLAND), 35, 510.

-, -, -, authority of, for warrants, 257, 261–2, 449.

-, -, -, diet allowance and fees to, 187, 420.

-, -, -, Lord or Keeper of. See Hervey, Lord J.; Gower, Lord J.; CholmondeLey, Earl of, 136, 220, 435–9, 552, 573, 576–7, 592, 655, 752 3, 841–2, 844, 847.

-, -, SCOTLAND, 58, 478, 653.

Prizage and Butlerage of Wines, Ireland, lease of, 54, 137–8, 229, 299, 350, 369, 469, 612; account and nature of, 229.

Prize goods, 132, 572, 791; Customs questions relating to, 18, 25, 33, 772.

-, money, distribution of, 56–8, 75, 139.

Prizes, French ships taken by the English, 488, 572, 580, 697, 701–2, 789.

-, Spanish ships taken by the English, 21, 25, 30, 33, 52, 57–8, 62, 75, 84, 139, 140, 298, 328, 341, 379, 382, 486, 547, 549, 563, 569, 577, 579, 580–2. See Ships (St. Joseph; St. Jago; San Joachim).

-, for English ships taken by the French and Spanish see Ships (seizures).

Proclamation money. See New York.

-, rewards. See Robbers.

-, of the King in Council. See Privy Council (orders). Printing of. See Printing.

Proctor (Procter), Basingbun, 71, 104.

-, Henry, Welsh Justice, 181, 395, 819, 830.

-, N., 592, 704, 776.

-, William, a lottery manager, 252, 648, 689.

-, Reverend William, 822.

-, Sir William Beauchamp, 753, 757.

Proctor or Procurator General. See Advocate.

Prosecutions, Treasury, 309.

-, in Scotland, charges of, 612.

Prosser, John, 418.

Protestants. See French.

Provisions, see Ireland (provisions); prices of, see Prices: for garrisons, see Minorca; Gibraltar; Placentia; Ruatan: for the forces, see Army (bread); for the navy, see Navy (victualling).

-, free importation of, 32.

Prowse, John, 646.

Prussia, Ambassadors. See Ambassadors (to and from).

Prust, Bartholomew, 81.

Pryse. See Price.

Public or Crown, persons indebted to, 363. See Defaulting.

-, loans, register of. See Exchequer (Receipt Auditor's Office).

-, revenue books. See Beresford, J.

Puckridge (Buckridge), Thomas, 254, 355, 656, 662.

Pugh, Edward Philip, sheriff of Carnarvon, 420, 762, 784.

-, John, 753.

-, Mrs., royal bounty to, 17.

Pulteney, Brig. Gen. Henry, 44.

-, Thomas, 700.

-, William, 10th Earl of Bath, 238–9, 295, 299, 349, 834.

Purcell, Mrs. Margaret, 335, 339.

-, Neil, 215.

-, Robert, 215, 840.

Purchase (Purcase, Purches, Porcas), Charles, 228, 264, 273, 276, 355.

-, John, 594, 791.

-, Samuel, 371, 380.

Purhagen, Elizabeth, 374, 386.

Purkis, John, 149.

Pursuivants at Arms. See Herald's College.

Purveyors, purveyance. See Royal Household.

Puxley (Northants), 755, 819.

Pybus, Captain Bryan, agent at Dover to the Postmaster General, contractor for the Dover Packet Service, 66, 68, 157, 499, 504, 509, 540, 668, 801, 820; a Victualling Commissioner, 68.

Pye, John, 208.

-, Thomas, pension to, 128.

Pyke, Mr., smuggler, 90–1.

Pyle, Harry, 213.

Pyne (Pine), John, engraver of Seals, 309, 436, 797, 811, 822; Bluemantle Pursuivant, 382, 438.

Pyncent, Sir William, sheriff of Somerset, 604.

Pyrke, Thomas, 529.



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