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Pages 572-578

Calendar of State Papers Colonial, East Indies, China and Japan, Volume 4, 1622-1624. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1878.

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P.

Packer, -, p. 295.

Pady, Sir Wm., 404.

Page, Dr., Incumbent of Deptford, 398, 463, 493.

-, Edmond, p. 493.

-, Edward, p. 488.

-, Geo., 345.

-, -, his salary, 351.

-, -, petition of, p. 223.

Paget, -, p. 273.

Pagodas, pp. 1089, p. 166, p. 172.

Painter, Giles, p. 91.

Palembang (Sumatra), p. 378.

-, letter dated from, 579.

Palmer, William, 81, p. 93, p. 242, 680.

-, -, petition signed by, p. 491.

-, -, 526.

Palsgrave, the, 146, 163, 164, 175, 225, 227, 261, 265, p. 142, p. 144, p. 148, pp. 1502, 328, p. 156, pp. 1601, p. 166, p. 170, 357, p. 193, 368, p. 200, p. 204, 371, p. 224, 437, 682, p. 478, p. 480.

-, commander of, see Clevenger, Chas.

-, bound for England, 261, p. 109, 266, p. 202.

-, arrives in England, p. 113, 316, p. 143.

-, suit of the mariners of, p. 167.

-, to be repaired, 607.

-, to be launched, p. 462.

-, master of see Addison.

-, pursers of, see
-, Cartwright, Ralph.
-, White, Daniel.

-, purser's mate, see Montgomery, Adrian.

-, stewards of, see
-, Goswell, Robt.
-, Leeson, Thos.

-, steward's mate, see Francis, Lloyd.

-, letter dated aboard, 316.

Pamphlets printed, 595; see also Amboyna massacre.

Panter, Wm., p. 485.

Paper, p. 21, p. 64, 265.

Papillion, or Popillion, David, 29, p. 462 (2), p. 488.

Parfect, Margery, p. 224.

Paris, the Parliament of, 215.

-, Council of State in, 277.

-, English ambassador at, see Carlisle, Earl of.

-, letter dated from, 277.

Parker, John, p. 232 (2), 643 (2).

-, Barbara, his wife, 643 (2).

-, Capt., his father (deceased), p. 232 (2).

-, Leonard, p. 485.

-, widow of, p. 485.

-, John, son of, p. 485.

Parkes, John, p. 219, p. 223.

-, Winifred, wife of, p. 219, p. 223.

-, Richard, surgeon, 38.

-, -, examined, found grossly ignorant, and discharged, 38.

Parkhurst, Robt., Sheriff of London, 300, p. 169, 345, p. 227, 492.

-, -, petition signed by, p. 492.

Parkinson, John, p. 485.

Parliament, 118, 421, 437, pp. 2656, p. 280, p. 282, 597.1., 602. i., 670, 698, 700, 710.

-, clerk of the Upper House of, 667.

-, clerk of, see Wright.

-, committee of, p. 269, 454, 459.

-, orders of the Court or House of, 435, p. 267, p. 276 (2), 616, 667, p. 466, 712.

-, persons exhibiting scandalous petitions to, to be subject to exemplary punishment, p. 282.

-, stay of the East India Company's ships by, 421, 4235, p. 296.

-, -, debate in (not in the Commons' Journal), concerning, 425.

-, complaints of mariners against the East India Company before, p. 278, p. 280.

-, take great exception to the East India trade, p. 267.

-, East India Company's six patents sent to, 451.

-, East India Company receive very coarse usage from, 454, p. 278.

-, the narration of the Amboyna massacre much asked after by knights and burgesses of, 544.

-, weighty affairs in, p. 276.

-, House, p. 269.

Parr, Thos., 381.

Parry, Thos., p. 478.

-, petition signed by, p. 491.

Parsons, Edward or Edmund, p. 176, p. 222.

Pashley, John, p. 157.

Patani, 98, p. 99, p. 111, 265, p. 146, 348, p. 205.

-, Queen of, 46.

-, chief factor in, see Denton, Adam.

-, factors in, 366.

-, orders to factors to leave, p. 62, p. 110, p. 200.

-, factory dissolved, p. 205.

-, concerning cloth taken at, 202.

-, junk taken at, 98.

-, pepper from, p, 99.

Patteson, or Pattison, Henry (deceased), p. 166.

-, estate of, p. 124, p. 166.

-, John, p. 141;

-, Benj., brother of Henry, 301, pp. 1234.

-, Ralph, his brother, p. 124.

-, William, father of, p. 124.

-, sister of, see King, Ann.

Paw, pensioner, 695.

Paxton, Giles, p. 486.

Peace, the (Dutch ship), 145.

Peadle, Robert, 339, p. 176.

-, Elizabeth, 339.

Pearls, 230, p. 231, p. 251, 435, 437, 660, p. 442.

-, fair pear, 471.

-, fishing for, p. 47.

Peble, see Pepble.

Peheo (Peiho), p. 99, p. 101.

Peirce, Richard, p. 488 (2).

-, William, p. 221.

Pencho (? Pencoed), Wales, p. 478.

Pendennis Castle, Capt. of, see Killigrew, Sir Robt.

Pendley (Pepble), John, 463, p. 480.

-, Nicholas (deceased), p. 480.

Peniston, Ant., p. 493.

Pennington, Issac, p. 93, p. 488.

-, petition signed (Penington), by, p. 492.

-, Daniel, p. 93, p. 488.

Pennyngton, Robert, p. 491.

Pens, p. 64.

Pepble, see Pendley.

Pepper, 13, 18, 24, 26, 35, p. 20, p. 21, 46, 54, 73, 74, 84, 92, 105, 115, 140, p. 62, p. 64, 229, pp. 902, p. 99, p. 109, 293, 294, p. 124, p. 127, p. 140, pp. 1424, 3234, p. 146, p. 149, 329, pp. 159160, p. 166, 335, 338, pp. 1801, 351, 358, p. 193, p. 196, p. 202, p. 205, p. 207, 369, 375, p. 220, p. 224, 3901, p. 263, 449, 453, 472, 477, 485, 494, p. 345, 553. i., 573, p. 376, p. 378, 640, 677, 721, 723, p. 478, pp. 4802, p. 484.

-, about taking out dividends in, 50, p. 127, 311, p. 133, 323, 493, 495, 566, p. 372, 646, 650, 665.

-, concerning the price of, p. 5, 30, p. 28, p. 63, 237, p. 111, p. 127, 311, p. 146, p. 186, p. 196, p. 202, p. 250, p. 260, 455, 464, 495.

-, -, fell from 2s. to 14d. per lb., p. 159.

-, -, raised by the Dutch, p. 62.

-, -, the Dutch at variance, 311.

-, -, the Dutch false to all agreements to bring down the excessive price of, p. 202.

-, -, exception taken to, 496, 527.

-, sale of, 51, 302, p. 126, 496.

-, to the value of 200,000l. imported, 540.

-, impost on, 314.

-, concerning the discount on (treaty with the Dutch), 178, 186, 187. i., 197, 202, 203, 214, 219, 283.

-, and the security demanded, 384, 388.

-, to be sold in London, to keep the Dutch out of the market, 300.

-, not to be sold to London grocers, 109.

-, petition of grocers about, 393.

-, for the Prince's house, p. 462.

-, concealed in the James, 103.

-, will not burn, 147.

-, stolen, 531.
-, see also
-, Acheen;
-, Bantam;
-, Calicut;
-, Jambi;
-, Malabar;
-, Patani;
-, Priaman;
-, Sangora.

Peppercorn, the, 70, 146, 175, 261, p. 111, 266.

-, a rotten ship and must be laid up, p. 112, p. 201, p. 205.

-, a careening ship, p. 205.

Pepwell, Capt. Henry, 18, 30.

-, estate of, 30, p. 91.

-, wages of, 30.

Perez, Augustine (a Portuguese), 586, p. 396.

-, -, examined and tortured at Amboyna, p. 304.

-, -, condemned to death, p. 311.

-, -, prays devoutly and is executed, p. 315.

-, -, his two wives, p. 315.

-, -, names of his judges, 611613.

Perkins, Ann, p. 478.

-, Sir Christopher, 92, 96, 98, 105, 107, 109.

-, Joan, p. 92.

-, -, Thos., husband of, p. 92.

-, Wm., p. 224.

Perry, Alexander, p. 485.

-, -, wife of, p. 485.

-, John, purser of the Sampson, and factor in the Moluccas, 53, 91, p. 207, 375.

-, -, petition of, p. 481.

-, William, p. 223.

Persia, 59, 84, 335, 347, 348, 358, 373, 375, 404, 489, 539, p. 410, 636, p. 442, 698.

-, King or Shah of, see Abbas, Mirza.

-, necessary to have an agent of reputation resident in, p. 442.

-, letters to be prepared for, 13, 667, 670.

-, the East India Company's agents in, see Monox, Edward, Kerridge, Thos.

-, discussion of East India Company whether to follow the trade to, p. 180.

-, concerning trade to, 13, 14, 35, 59, 78, pp. 1267, 330, p. 162, p. 164, p. 170, 335, 345, 347, p. 232, 404, 406, p. 249, 440, 462, p. 287, 510, 566, 577, p. 377, 623, 667, p. 442, 680, pp. 450 451, 698, 706, 708, p. 462, 716, 720, 721.

-, King James encourages trade to, 109.

-, Duke of Buckingham does not discourage trade to, p. 246.

-, Sir Thos, Roe on the management of trade to, 103.

-, Rich. Steele's observations on the trade to, 339, 347.

-, Sir Robt. Sherley's propositions in relation to, 401, 404, 406408, p. 249, 4523, 554, 560, 563, 569572, 580, 623, 626, 681, 683, 702, 706, 709, 716.

-, -, the East India Company's answer to, 571.

-, Kerridge appointed to settle trade to, p. 227.

-, difficulties of trade to, 577, p. 376.

-, the new contract for trade to, p. 376.

-, exportation of money for, 156.

-, computation to be made. of East India Company's stock at, 345.

-, The East India Company not allowed to build a honse (factory), in p. 163.

-, factors in, p. 126, 539, 554, p. 450, 716.

-, -, send back their goods to India, p. 287.

-, -, remonstrate against their grievances in, p. 287.

-, -, if they cannot establish a profitable trade will depart from, p. 287.

-, -, crave license for their departure, 577.

-, license granted by the King for trade to, p. 376.

-, to prosecute the trade will require ten factors, p. 377.

-, minutes of a Court to consider the trade to, pp. 450451.

-, that trade the most ancient in Christendom, 698.

-, the English esteemed above other strangers in, p. 376.

-, at war with the Great Mogul, 131.

-, the Persians assist the English to take Ormuz, see Ormuz.

-, two of the King's ships preparing for, p. 466.

-, letters to, sent by way of Aleppo, pp. 1367.

-, prize taken in, p. 150.

-, waterworks projected in, 339.

-, Ambassador from, see Sherley, Sir Robt.

-, Ambassadors to (Tartar, Turkish, and Uzbeg), p. 162.

-, interpreter in, p. 376.

-, Rahdars of, 226, p. 162.

-, fleet, 84.

-, -, commander of, indiscreet conduct of, p. 61.

-, ships from, 371, 419.

-, ships for, p. 165, 373, 667, 711.

-, gulf of, 59, 113, p. 144, 345.

-, carpets, see Carpets.

-, silk, see Silk.

-, the Armenians in, p. 127.

-, the Danes in, p. 64.

-, -, trade in the name of the English, p. 64.

-, the Dutch in, pp. 1624, 440, p. 287, 570, p. 376, p. 442.

-, -, attempt to ruin trade to, 103.

-, -, refuse to pay customs to the English in, p. 165, p. 287.

-, -, trade of, offered to, 404.

-, the Portuguese in, 113, 131, 132, 135, p. 61, pp. 1267, p. 140, p. 287.

-, -, their trade to, the wealth of Portugal for 100 years, 570. I.

-, -, proposals to gain the whole trade from, 335.

-, -, their wars in, 677.

-, see also
-, Coogee;
-, Damoan;
-, Ghilan;
-, Gombroon;
-, Lar;
-, Noore;
-, Ormuz.
-, Shiraz;
-, Shirwan;
-, Tauris.

Persians, the.

-, who renounced Mahomet, torn in pieces, 317.

-, eat abundance of sugar, p. 164.

-, inconstant and false, 577.

Persian, letter written in, 410.

Pescadores, Straits of, 70, 146.

-, the Chinese at, p. 251, 525.

-, the Dutch at, p. 251, 525.

-, -, success of, p. 112.

-, -, not likely to stay at, 525.

-, -, fortifications at, 223, pp. 1934, p. 199, 392, p. 250, 597. i.

-, -, poisoned and their vessels blown up by the Chinese, p, 250.

Peters, Lawrence, p. 225.

Pett, Capt., 397, p. 411.

-, Peter, p. 92.

Pettapoll, 54.

Pettus, George, p. 124.

-, -, sent home, p. 63.

-, -, petitions of, p. 219, p. 223 (2).

Pexall, - p. 255.

Pharaoh's kine, 692.

Phellpes, -, p. 161.

Phelps, John, mate of the Richard, 339, p. 175, 342.

-, -, his journal, p. 148.

-, -, petition of, p. 219.

Philip IV., King of Spain, 191, p. 127, 317, 321, 360, 706.

Philippine Islands, the, see
-, Caggalion.
-, Cape Spirito Sancto.
-, Manillas.
-, Maravillas.

Phillpott, -, master of the Exchange, Royal, and the Diamond, 34, p. 251.

Philpot Lane, letters dated from, 296, 720.

Phippes, Robt., p. 492.

Physicians, 409.

-, College of, pp. 149150.

Pichell, or Prichell, -, p. 151.

Pickerill, Gabriel, p. 485.

Pickering, Robert, surgeon, p. 109.

-, -, petitions of, p. 221, p. 224, p. 478.

Pictures (for presents in the East Indies), p. 111, p. 168, p. 205.

Pierce, Alexander, p. 224.

-, Elizabeth, p. 148.

-, Wm., son of, p. 148.

Pike, see Pyke, Edward and George.

Pikes, 421.

Pilchard, John, p. 223, p. 224.

Pinchin, Robt., p. 93, p. 170.

-, -, petition signed by, p. 491.

Pinder, -, p. 170, p. 466.

Pingle. or Pingley, Wm., p. 222, p. 277.

Pintadoes, 98.

Pipe staves, 371.

Pirates, p. 64, p. 196, p. 202, 565.

-, money, 83, 103.

Pirk, -, 54.

Piscadores, see Pescadores.

Pistols, p. 126.

-, a case of, p. 111.

Pitch and tar, 270, 371.

Planks, see Timber.

Plate, 2, 30, 347, 351, 359, p. 203, 527; see also Gold, Silver.

Play acted before the States Ambassadors, 253.

Pleas of the Crown (law books), p. 466.

Plommer, Edward, p. 224.

Plumes, see Feathers.

Plummer, Edmunde, p. 492.

-, Thomas, p. 442.

Plushes, p. 442.

Plymouth, 29, 69, 72, 81, p. 123, p. 142, p. 412, 721.

-, ships arrived at, 23, 373, 472, 534, 541, 543.

-, letter dated from, 472.

Polambam, see Palembang.

Polsted, Henry, 300.

-, -, petition signed by, p. 491.

Poola la Gnndle, see Pulo la Gundie.

Poole, John, p. 225.

-, Robt., p. 140.

Polton, see Pulton Ferdinando.

Pooloroon, pp. 534, 193, p. 90, 265, p. 202, 375, 391, p. 235, 598, 602, 615.

-, concerning the surrender of (Dec. 1616), 125, p. 54, 150, 533, p. 397, 597. i., 598.

-, -, debate before and order of the King, 150, 151, 203, 206, 503.

-, East India Company request the King's leave to fortify upon, 511.I.

-, -, Carleton's propositions concerning, p. 369.

-, the charges of fortification in, will be great, p. 202.

-, Governor of, unfriendliness of, 236.

-, English captain of, see Haies, Robt.

-, debts in, p. 206, 391, 399, p. 251.

-, the Dutch in, 125, p. 202, 598.

-, -, cruelties, tortures, and murders of, pp. 534, p. 194, p. 202, p. 206, p. 208, 391, 399, 561, p. 390, p. 397, 597. i., 598, 610, p. 447, 695, 722.

-, -, his Majesty's subjects murdered by, 119.

-, -, English goods taken by, 35, 50, 119, pp. 534.

-, -, invasion of, 595.

-, -, agree to restore, 212, 232.

-, -, about restitution of, p. 202, p. 235.

-, -, refuse to deliver up, p. 194, 610.

-, -, opinion of the natives of, 193.

-, -, bailiff of, p. 251.

-, -, spices in, pp. 5354.

Pooloroons, the, p. 397; see also Orankays, the.

Pooloway, p. 397, 598.

-, new school-house in, 236.

-, the Dutch in, pp. 5354.

-, -, English ships detained by, 236.

Popillion, see Papillion, David.

Poplar, p. 143, p. 152.

Poppen of Amsterdam, Bewinthebber of East India Company, 588, 597, 615.

-, deceased, 668.

-, -, worth eight or ten tons of gold, 678, p. 465.

Porey (? Povey), deceased, p. 372.

-, his estate, pp. 4823.

Pork, 13, p. 158, 409.

-, complaint of, p. 137.

Porter, Capt., 69.

-, Endymion, 81, 83, 96, 107.

-, Jane, see Boyde, Jane.

-, Richard, pp. 1567.

Portis, John, see Portus, John.

Portsmouth, 37, p. 134, p. 151, 358.

Portugal, p. 63, 266.

Portuguese, the, 195, 198, p. 238, p. 341, p. 395.

-, sell but little pepper, 496.

-, a, examined, tortured, and condemned to death (Amboyna massacre), see Perez, Augustine.

-, ships and junks, p. 142.

-, women (kept by Capt. Greene), p. 467.

Portus, John, 174.

-, -, estate of, p. 481.

-, Margaret, sister of, p. 481; see also White, Margaret.

Pory, Thos., purser of the Dolphin, p. 412.

Potter, Griffith, p. 480, p. 485.

-, John, 41.

-, -, 30.

Poultry, 272.

Povy, John, master's mate of the Abigail (deceased), p. 201, p. 205, p. 372 (?).

Power, Sir Henry, Viscount of Valentia, 471.

-, -, complaint against, 493.

Powder (gunpowder), 103, 111, 193, 261, pp. 1223, p. 144, 379, 390, p. 251, p. 275, 510, 698, p. 466 (2), 720.

-, from Amsterdam, Danske, and Hamburgh, p. 275, p. 277, 560, 646, 687.

-, foreign, p. 466.

-, price of, p. 207, 706.

-, about purchase of, p. 411.

-, great quantity of bought by East India Company, p. 249.

-, the very best to be bought, 560.

-, the whole store of the kingdom in the Tower, pp. 2756.

-, East India Company petition for leave to make, 687, 723.

-, torture with, 521.

-, 22 barrels of, shot away at a drunken meeting, p. 62, p. 207.

-, vain and idle and riotous shooting and waste of, p. 151, p. 200, 391, 403, 449, 517, 554, p. 411.

-, mills, the King's, 723.

-, mine, p. 64.

Powell, John, p. 220.

-, Lewis, 409.

-, Thos., p. 150.

-, Thomazin, 292, p. 246.

-, -, her suit and petitions to and against East India Company, 291, 354, 355, 361, 362, 363, 374, p. 246, p. 265, p. 478.

-, -, release given by, p. 266.

-, -, her husband, 355, 363.

-, -, Wm., son of, 291, 355, 363, p. 246.

-, -, -, starved to death in prison, 291.

-, -, 367, 680, 708, p. 478.

-, -, his son, p. 478.
-, see also Powle, John.

Powle, John, p. 207, 375, p. 319, p. 392, p. 397.

-, -, taken by the Dutch in irons to. Amboyna, p. 305.

-, -, examined, p. 310.

-, -, is acquitted and visits John Fardo and others in prison, p. 311, pp. 31314.

-, -, petitions of, 554, pp. 483484 (2).

-, -, in England, 607.

-, -, allowed 10s. a week, 708.

Powlstead, Henry, see Polsted, Henry.

Prayer Book, see Colson, Sam., confession of his innocency.

Preachers, see East Indies, Preachers in, Ministers.

Precious stones, see Jewels.

Poyntill, Richard, p. 487.

-, Tymothy, widow of, p. 487.

Prerogative Court, the, p. 176.

Prescott, Edward, p. 488.

-, Geoffrey, p. 93.

-, Richard, p. 221.

Pressing (to death), a punishment called, 548, 551, 586.

-, described, p. 347.

Preston, Dr., p. 488.

Pretty, Robt., p. 149.

Preys, Abel, see Price, Abel.

Priaman (Sumatra), 455, 494.

-, pepper, price of, 574.

-, letter dated from, 455.

Priaulx, Peter, p. 226.

Price, Abel, surgeon at Amboyna, p. 284, p. 392, p. 396, p. 447.

-, -, a drunken debauched sot, p. 392.

-, -, and the Amboyna massacre; his torture, confessions, &c., pp. 2846, pp. 3045, p. 342, p. 345, 548, 549, 585, p. 392, p. 396.

-, -, judged to death, 5 March 16223, p. 311.

-, -, protestation of his innocence, p. 311.

-, -, executed, p. 315.

-, M.P., p. 266.

-, -, his brother's estate, p. 266.

-, John, pp. 4823.

-, Robert, p. 479.

-, -, p. 479.

Prichard, Edward (deceased), p. 488.

Prichell, -, see Pichell.

Prichett, Samuel, p. 221.

-, -, Ellen, wife of, p. 221.

Primrose, the, 373, 711.

-, sold to the Khan of Shiraz, 372, 373, 711.

-, master of, petition of, p. 220.

-, insufficient for the East India Company's service, 711.

Pring, Capt. Martin, p. 92, 261, 403.

-, to be examined by the Privy Council, 98.

-, his report to the East India Company of Bart. Churchman, 103.

-, his motion for gratification refused, p. 144.

Printing, charges for (bonds), 78.

-, men skilful in, required by the Shah of Persia, p. 377.

-, cost of narration of Amboyna massacre, 636.

Pritchett, Samuel, p. 484.

Privy Council, the, 2, 28, 107, 109, 128, 300, 335, p. 179, 355, 363, 398, 404, 409, p. 246, 416, p. 253, 421, p. 267, p. 269, p. 275, p. 279, 463, 539, 548, 566, 567.

-, Lord President of, see Montague, Henry, Vise. Mandeville.

-, complaints of East India Company against the Dutch to, 20.

-, proceedings of, with the States ambassadors and Lords Commissioners about treaty with Dutch, 32, 36, 55, 64, 67, 76, 89, 108, 112, 115117, 127, 154, 160, 161, 162, 165, 166, 167, 178, 179, 183, 187, 188, 200222, 281, 283.

- and the Amboyna massacre, 513, 518, 544, 574, 595, 661, 696, 717.

-, -, narration of, read and debated before, 499, 503, 597. i.

-, -, concur in a detestation of that fact, 522, 631.

-, -, many shed tears, 524.

-, committee of, commissioners on the Amboyna business, 608, 633, 645.

-, meetings of, 617, 618, 620, 629, 630.

- and the seizure of the Dutch East India ships, 628, 635, 643, 6456, 652, pp. 463 464.

- and the pirate money, p. 175.

- and Sir Robt. Sherley's proposals for trade to Persia, 554, 560, 569571, 580, 623, 681, 683, 706, 716.

-, commission granted to, 196.

-, gratifications (new year's gifts) to, 2.

-, letters from
-, 1622: 25.
-, 1624: 569, 638. II.

-, minutes of proceedings of, 543.

-, orders of, 119, 620.

-, letters, petitions, and reports to
-, 1622: p. 11 (2), 118.
-, 1623: 285, 291, 292, 354.
-, 1624: 397, pp. 2756, 509, 511. i., 541, 564.

-, clerks of, 623; see also Beecher, Sir Wm.; Dickenson, -.

Prizes, 303.

-, instructions about, 70; see also Golden Prize, Buckingham, Duke of, James 1, Ormuz.

Proby, Sir Peter, Lord Mayor of London (16223), p. 138, p. 150, p. 156.

Proverbs and quaint sayings, 5, 116, 137, 152, 173, 261, p. 137, p. 165, p. 176, pp. 235 6, 565, p.378, 589, p. 391, 655, 667, 692.

-, Italian and French, 54, 519, 552, 588.

Prowse, John, 673.

Pruson, or Prusson, Hildebrand, 46, 50, 58, p. 170, 339, p. 232, p. 275.

-, -, charges and proceedings against, pp. 1767, p. 179, p. 186, 363, 413, p. 248, 421, 426, 431.

-, -, desires to see pursers' books, p. 238.

-, -, his petition read, 431.

-, -, his abuses as foul as any man's, 431.

-, -, dismissed the East India Company's service, 431.

Prussia, p. 151.

Pullcat, p. 20, p. 21, 54, 85, 110, 111, p. 62, p. 64, 203, p. 108, p. 111, p. 209.

-, supplies sent to, 110, p. 62.

-, factor at, see Mills, Thos.

-, factories at, p. 20.

-, -, to be dissolved, p. 111.

-, English give over trade in, p. 147, p. 203, p. 209.

-, concerning the trade with, p. 489.

-, fort at, 206, 208, p. 98.

-, -, charges of, p. 203.

-, English avoid payment of half of the charge for maintenance of castle and garrison, of, p. 489.

-, the Danes in, p. 201.

-, the Dutch in, p. 20, 85, p. 100.

-, -, complaints of, p. 111.

-, -, wrongs inflicted by, p. 62.

-, ships in, 392.

-, powder, p. 202.

Pulo Bessee, see Bessee.

Pulo Condor (China), p. 209.

Pulo la Gundie, Island of, situationof, p. 379.

-, English take possession of, p. 379.

-, Act for possession of, p. 379.

-, fortifying and building upon, pp. 379 380.

-, arrival of Dutch ships at, p. 380.

- belongs to the King of Bantam, p. 381.

Pulton (Polton), Ferdinando, p. 466.

Punishments, see Capital causes, Criminal offences, Pressing.

Punnett, or Punnyett, John, p. 144, p. 150, p. 180, 409.

-, -, petition of, p. 481.

-, Thos., p. 150, p. 265, 582.

Purchas, Samuel, 305.

-, -, hath undertaken a great volume of all the East Tndia Company's voyages, 38.

-, -, writes a history of the world, 639.

Purefey, or Purefie, John, factor at Ispahan, letters from
-, 1623: 330.
-, 1624: 440, 462, 577.

-, -, his wages, 667, p. 479.

Purselow, Thos., p. 225.

Purser, Joseph, p. 141.

Pybourne, Wm., p. 219.

Pyke, Edward, p. 5, 139, p. 160, p. 205.

-, -, killed, 111, p. 63.

-, -, estate of, p. 63, p. 186, 416, 582, 636, p. 482.

-, -, his accounts, p. 231.

-, -, George, brother of, p. 231, 416, 582, 636, 680.

-, -, his sister, see Clarke, Thomazin.

Pym, Humphrey, master of the Swallow, 539.

Pynn, -, p, 161, p. 170, p. 179.

Pytt, Sir Wm., p. 151.

-, -, his brother, deceased, p. 151.

-, -, -, widow of, p. 151.