Index: P

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P.

Pack, Robt., p. 135.

Packer, —, 43, 369.

Page, Edm., 51, p. 132, p. 136, 363.
-, -, George, p, 29, 388, 796, 818.
-, -, -, letters from, 378, 400, 573, 818, 829, 830.
-, -, -, commission and instructions signed by, 763.

Pagodes, p. 549, p. 551, see Coins.

Pahang, Noqueda of, p. 208.
-, -, junk, 345.

Painter, Wm., 172, p. 419.

Painters, 147.

Paintings, see Pictures.

Paiva, Emanuel de, see Payna, Manuel de.

Palanquins, p. 370.

Palatinate, the, 62.

Palembang (Sumatra), pp. 375–6, 668.

Palmer, Edw., p. 697.
-, -, John (deceased), 359, p. 240.
-, -, -, his estate, 393.
-, -, Robt., 84, 103, p. 66, 219, p. 137, 427.
-, -, Sebastian, 195, 205, 687.
-, -, Thos., p. 601.
-, -, Wm., father of John, 359.

Palsgrave, the, 7, 18, p. 31, 65, 80, 209, p. 133, p. 199, pp. 208–9, 332, 358, pp. 271–2, p. 274, p. 282, p. 375, pp. 440–1, pp. 444–5, p. 448, 577, p. 452, p. 454, p. 551, 726, 745, 748, 752, 758, 766, 770, p. 595, pp. 598–9, p. 606, 793, p. 628, p. 697.
-, -, master of, see Tozier, Wm.
-, -, master's mates, see Cooke, Wm.; Pashley, John.
-, -, pursers of, see Montgomery, Adrian; Cartwright, Ralph.
-, -, surgeon in, see Garland, Phil.
-, -, steward of, see Leeson, Thos.
-, -, petitions for steward's mate of, p. 132 (5).
-, -, outward bound, 21.
-, -, fight with Portuguese, 233, p. 208, p. 214.
-, -, in East Indies, 566.
-, -, expected from Surat, 666.
-, -, fire in, p. 443, p. 445, 736.
-, -, arrives in England, 736, 739, 747, 753.
-, -, repairs to, 835.

Paper, p. 551.

Papillion or Popillion, David, 256, p. 601, p. 699.
-, -, -, gratuity to, p. 342.

Papists, 528, 756.

Paris, 118.
-, -, plaster of, p. 61.

Parker, Eliz., p. 133.
-, -, Henry, p. 133.
-, -, -, conspiracy of, p. 151.
-, -, -, hanged, 172, p. 97, p. 151, 406.
-, -, John (deceased), his estate, p. 129.
-, -, -, his father, 406, 409, 660.
-, -, Capt. Nich., letter from, 735.
-, -, -, gratuity to, 770.
-, -, Philip, p. 599.
-, -, -, Jane, his wife, p. 599.
-, -, Wm., 172, p. 294.
-, -, -, his estate, p. 282.
-, -, -, his sister, p. 282.

Parks, John, p. 132, p. 134, p. 294, 391, 442, p. 354, p. 419, 565, 592, p. 535, 701, p. 555, p. 560.
-, -, -, suit of, pp. 347–8, 696.
-, -, -, his wife, 391.
-, -, Wm., p. 291.
-, -, -, Grace, his sister, p. 291.

Parliament, p. 174, 304, 313, 315, p. 200, p. 206, 334, p. 226, p. 265, 510, 584, 637, 639, 810, 849.
-, -, such a commanding power as is not fit to be resisted, p. 174.
-, -, lords of the Upper House of, p. 174, p. 178, 313, 315, p. 194, p. 199, 635.
-, -, -, and the Earl of Warwick and the East India Company, 667, 669, 672.
-, -, Committee of the Lower House of, p. 174, 315, p. 195, p. 199, p. 485, 635.
-, -, and the East India Company, pp. 606–7, 783.
-, -, orders of, 635, 672, 677.
-, -, journals of, 635, p. 496, 672.
-, -, petitions to, p. 125, 314, 315, p. 617.
-, -, -, of East India Company to, 633, 635, 637, 639, p. 496, p. 500.
-, -, messenger of, see Compton, Henry

Parramore, Wm., p. 295.

Parrett, Matthew, 804.

Parrie, Thos. (grocer), p. 305.

Parsay, Sam., p. 295.

Parsons, Thos., p. 599.

Parveis, —, 400.

Pashley, John, p. 282, p. 286 (2), p. 481.
-, -, -, his wages, p. 286 (2).

Patani (Siam), 760.

Paw, M., 581, p. 473, p. 529.

Payna or Paiva, Jeronimo de, p. 140, 248, 359, 391, 409, p. 326, pp. 446–7, 623, p. 480, 763.
-, -, -, his propositions, p. 242, 409, p. 326.
-, -, -, gratuities to, 292, 359.
-, -, -, entertained by East India Company, p. 259.
-, -, Manuel de, 310, 396.

Payne, Thos., p. 295.

Pearce, Wm. (surgeon), 796.
-, -, -, letter to, 668.
-, -, Rich., p. 556.
-, -, Thos., p. 556.

Pearls, 65, 76 (2), 82, 130, 289, p. 194, p. 256, p. 328, 416, p. 342, p. 441, 624.
-, -, fishing for, 454.

Peas, p. 224.

Pease, Wm., p. 291.

Peate, Roger, p. 434.
-, -, Joan, wife of, p. 434.

Peck, Wm., p. 598.

Pecke, John, 754, 758.

Peeters, Urian, p. 295.
-, -, -, Alcuritt, his wife, p. 295.

Peeterson, Lawrence, p. 295.
-, -, -, Eliz., widow of, p. 295.

Pegu, pp. 370–1, p. 373.
-, -, gold in, pp. 372–3.
-, -, gold plentifully sold in markets as ordinary merchandise in, p. 373.
-, -, the ryal worth 7s. in, p. 370.

Peirce, Frances, p. 451.
-, -, Hugh, p. 296, p. 598.
-, -, -, Eliz., his wife, p. 296, p. 598.

Pelham, Sir Wm., 227.
-, -, -, John, son of, 222, 227, 229, p. 124.

Pemberton, Dr., his executors, p. 641.

Pembroke, Earl of, see Herbert, Wm.

Penang, p. 515.

Pendennis, Fort, letter dated from, 244.

Pennington, Capt. John, letter from, 252.
-, -, Isaac, p. 299.
-, -, Robt. (deceased), p. 415, p. 600.
-, -, -, his son, p. 415.

Penryn, Wm., p. 304.

Pepper, p. 3, 3, 17, 21, p. 28, 57, 127, 156, 167, 180, pp. 95–6, 187, 190, 191, 193. I., 203, 205, 209, 211, 219, 227, p. 125, p. 127, p. 129, p. 135, 255, pp. 151–2, pp. 156–7, 258, 262, 265, 277, pp. 173–4, 290, 307, p. 197, p. 210, 333, 335, pp. 219–20, 338, p. 227, 345, p. 230, p. 234, p. 256, p. 258, 373, 375, pp. 272–3, 379, 386, p. 293 (2), pp. 296–7, 393, pp. 308–9, 398, 403, p. 317, p. 319, 406, p. 321, 409, 414, p. 336, 425, 453, p. 370, p. 373, pp. 375–6, p. 379, 465–6, 481, 542, p. 419, p. 445, pp. 447–8, p. 450, 582, 585, 588, 590, 601, pp. 480–1, 629, 635, p. 496, p. 501, 658, p. 515, 677, p. 556, 731, p. 564, 741, 745, 768, 772, p. 594, p. 595, p. 598, 776, p. 612, 798, p. 629, 810, 825, 829, 839, 865–6, p. 683, 870, 878.
-, -, Bantam, 193, 250, p. 251, 551, p. 445, p. 452, p. 483, 629, 726, 734, 748, p. 604, p. 609, 815.
-, -, -, 50 per cent. cheaper than Deccan, p. 447.
-, -, -, price of, 759, 766, p. 683.
-, -, -, calculated at 5,000 tons yearly, p. 154.
-, -, Batavia, p. 248.
-, -, Deccan, p. 445, p. 447.
-, -, Jambi, 7, p. 97, p. 209, 338, p. 283 pp. 285–6, pp. 304–5, 409, p. 429, p. 454, p. 483, 668, 689, 734, 751, pp. 681–2.
-, -, -, price of, p. 283, p. 429, 689.
-, -, -, calculated at 3,000 tons yearly, p. 154.
-, -, -, the chief place for, p. 263.
-, -, Malabar, 7, 338, p. 227 (2), p. 283, p. 285, p. 305, p. 445, p. 465.
-, -, -, price of, p. 172, p. 283, 393, p. 321, 409, 427, 449, 475, p. 429, 689, 758–9, 766.
-, -, Priaman, 7, 338, p. 283, pp. 285–6, p. 429, p. 454, 689.
-, -, -, price of, p. 283.
-, -, dividends in, pp. 283–6, 390, p. 289, p. 302, p. 304, p. 306, 409, p. 326, p. 328, 425, 427, p. 348, p. 361, 501, p. 452, p. 454, 582, 588, 624, p. 568, p. 577, 753, 762, 765–6, 817, 836.
-, -, sale of and prices, 228, 230, 449, 604, 765, 846.
-, -, sale of 360, 400, and 500 bags of, p. 194, 567, p. 483.
-, -, offer to buy 10,000l. worth and more of, p. 429, 567, p. 452, 592, p. 465, 607, 624, pp. 483–4, 687, 689, 696, 705, 713, 717, 762, 766.
-, -, contracts for 36,000l. worth of, p. 485.
-, -, price of, 167, 262, p. 178, p. 220, 338, p. 249, pp. 284–5, p. 304, p. 321 (2), p. 353, 449, p. 361, p. 383, 466–7, 538, p. 454, 583 III., 590, 594, 597, 611, 613, 666, 705, 713, 725, 803, 866.
-, -, -, 30l. per ton, 656.
-, -, Hollanders enhance price of, 457.
-, -, the Dutch buy 2,000 tons yearly, 666.
-, -, securities for purchase of, 149, p. 78, p. 429, p. 452, 620, p. 484, p. 641, 841.
-, -, the King's division, 412.
-, -, about buying at Cananore, p. 326.
-, -, presents of, 567, 728, p. 671.
-, -, private trade in, p. 269, p. 451, 480, see also East India Company's factors, private trade of.
-, -, stolen, 577.
-, -, requests to take out, p. 127, p. 226, 611.
-, -, requests to sell in town refused, p. 305 (2), p. 354, pp. 361–2, 457, 474, 478, p. 423, p. 465, 705, 836, 848.
-, -, liberty to sell in town, p. 556, p. 663, 849.
-, -, penalties for selling in town, 3, 7, 262, p. 225, 355, 359, pp. 303–4, p. 416, 717 (2), p. 556, 731, p. 563, 741, p. 577, 759, 766, p. 663, 849.
-, -, ought to have been transported, p. 429, 572, p. 514, p. 556, 724.
-, -, abuse of weight in, 160, 163.
-, -, freight for, p. 502, 786.
-, -, discussion whether enough in the kingdom to serve (spends 1,000 bags yearly), 457.
-, -, wrecked in the Moon, 178, 180, 191, 229, p. 140, 245, 256, 260, p. 225, 353, p. 232, p. 238, p. 328, 478, 542, pp. 419–21, 423, 560, 633, 745, 749, p. 603, p. 606.
-, -, -, price upon, 245, 248, 258.
-, -, -, impost upon, 262.
-, -, gathered (from wreck of the Moon) by the inhabitants (of Dover) in multitudes, 180.
-, -, white, p. 230.
-, -, wet, to be garbled (dried and cured), 234, p. 268.
-, -, garbling not known in India, p. 445.
-, -, bags, pp. 224–5, 375, 453, 470, p. 423, p. 432, p. 514, 738.
-, -, discussion on, two sorts of, 391, 460.
-, -, -, 5,000 to be made, 488, p. 423.

Pequin, p. 378.

Pera, p. 370, p. 373.

Percye, Robt., 770.

Perfect, Marg., p. 423.

Perfumes, 789.

Perpetuanoes, see Cloth.

Perrott, Sir James, 315.
-, -, Simon, p. 429.

Perry, Hugh, 330, p. 348, p. 361, 457, 467, p. 437, 582, 613, p. 483, p. 504, p. 524, 770, 826.
-, -, John, 231, 241.
-, -, Rich., p. 133.
-, -, Robt., 826.
-, -, Wm., p. 375.

Perryn, Thos., p. 287.

Persia, 57, 64, 66–8, p. 41, 89, 93, 96, 105, 119, 121, 123, 130, 141, p. 72, 183, p. 96, 209, 210, 221, p. 129, p. 148, 295–308, 311, p. 194, 325, 330, 341, p. 233, pp. 237–8, 359, p. 240, 378, p. 274, p. 280, p. 289, p. 315, p. 335, 442, p. 421, p. 444, p. 480, 652, p. 549, 773, p. 594, p. 609, 786, 806, 834, p. 671, 847.
-, -, healthfulness of, 847.
-, -, Kings or Shahs of, see; Abbas, Mirza; Sefi 1st.
-, -, Ambassador from, 111, 174, 252, 257–9, 265, 278, 281, p. 284, 847, see also Nukud Aly Beg, Sherley, Sir Robt.
-, -, -, Countess of Warwick lends house for, 260.
-, -, debate of East India Company about sending an ambassador to, 157, p. 172, p. 174, 280.
-, -, Shah Abbas' letter for trade to, 274.
-, -, Shah Sefi's firmans for trade to, 852, 857.
-, -, debates of East India Company about voyages and trade to, p. 46, 93, 96, 103 (2), 141, p. 72, p. 77, p. 127, pp. 172–3, 280, p. 289, p. 329, p. 353, p. 421, 558, 594, 655, 660, p. 508, 663, 666, 684, p. 529, 725, 731, 733, p. 568, 756, 758–9, 761, 764, 765, 769, 771–2, 776, p. 607, 778–9, p. 612, 787, pp. 621–2, 797, 821–2, p. 663, 836, 847.
-, -, -, complaint (of Ant. Wither) against, p. 66, 135, 783.
-, -, thirty persons have underwritten 40,000l. for, 771.
-, -, President and Council in, 639.
-, -, -, letter from, 799.
-, -, factors in, 93, 232, 298, 309, 320, 330, 341, p. 256, pp. 317–8, p. 321, p. 326, pp. 328–9, p. 342, pp. 446–7, p. 622, p. 625.
-, -, -, names of, 796.
-, -, -, wages of, 289, 385.
-, -, -, East India Company's instructions to, concerning Sir D. Cotton, p. 329.
-, -, -, consultations of, in, 791.
-, -, -, about calling home, 731, p. 671.
-, -, expense of factory in, 791, p. 622, p. 671.
-, -, trade to, 2, 36, 47, p. 29, 66–8, 84, 91, 111, 118, 119, 128, p. 66, 141, 163, 169, 170, p. 126, p. 156, 296, 298, 300, 320, 332, p. 213, p. 256, p. 270, p. 273, p. 280, p. 284, p. 325, p. 442, p. 445, 655, p. 502, p. 504, p. 523, p. 552, 732, 773, pp. 595–6, p. 608, 794, p, 636, 810, 856, 859, p. 683.
-, -, -, privileges demanded for, 33.
-, -, -, considerations touching, 238–240, p. 351, 571, p. 606.
-, -, silk trade in, 10, 19, 26, 27, 30, 36, 46, 93, p. 154, 462, p. 445, 652, 661, 731–2, p. 564, p. 568, 772, 776, 787, 791, p. 628, 825, 829, 847.
-, -, cloths, tapestry, jewels, tin, ryals, knives, strong waters, &c., for, p. 10, p. 28, 65, 89, 93, 105, 127, p. 69, 145, 147, 163, p. 127, 262, 285, 296, pp. 271–2, 391, p. 305, 655, p. 505, 732, 743, 771, p. 592, 776, p. 603, 811–2, 817, 819, 859.
-, -, goods vendable in, p. 302.
-, -, voyages to, 26, 27, 48, p. 28, p. 69, 141, 163, 822, 826.
-, -, -, ships engaged for, 122.
-, -, English ships bound to and arrived at, 118, 233, 235, 294, 304, 318, p. 271, p. 273, 382, p. 375, 566, 573, p. 448, 726, 748, p. 603, 787, 791, 829, 832.
-, -, value of East India Company's estate in, 784.
-, -, gold in request in, pp. 603–4.
-, -, debate about sending gold to, p. 607, 780.
-, -, value of the currency in, p. 212.
-, -, fighting in, 35, 121, 123, 174, 233, p. 208, p. 214, 590.
-, -, -, list of men slain, 122.
-, -, whether to consort with the Dutch in voyage to, p. 237.
-, -, East India Company's resolution to leave, p. 280.
-, -, about translating letters in, p. 173.
-, -, postage of letters from, p. 66, 545, 677.
-, -, customs in, p. 596.
-, -, rarities from, 278.
-, -, dogs for, 412.
-, -, a new Persian Company, 21.
-, -, the Dutch in, 2, p. 4, 27, 105, 119, 121, 174, 280, 320, p. 213, p. 327, p. 445, 731, pp. 563–4, 791, p. 622, p. 629, p. 673.
-, -, -, desire to trade in, 759.
-, -, -, trade in, p. 443.
-, -, -, -, to keep out of, the, 558.
-, -, -, deny paying customs to English, p. 328.
-, -, -, give great presents, p. 214, 831.
-, -, -, commander of fleet, see Becker, Albert.
-, -, -, ships bound to and arrived at, 233, 235, p. 444.
-, -, -, sail in company with English, 763.
-, -, -, ship expected from, p. 198.
-, -, -, sailors fled from to, p. 448.
-, -, -, fighting of, 35, 111, 121, 123, 174, 233, p. 214.
-, -, -, -, list of men slain, 122.
-, -, the French in, 84, 320.
-, -, -, in hopes of commerce in, p. 564.
-, -, -, fleet for, 118, p. 564.
-, -, the Moors in, p. 445, pp. 563–4.
-, -, the Portuguese in, p. 3, 33, 111, 121, 209, p. 327, p. 564, 763.
-, -, -, armada, 111, 121.
-, -, -, fighting with, p. 4, 35, 111, 121, 123, p. 208, p. 214.
-, -, -, -, list of men slain, 122.
-, -, -, extraordinarily weak, p. 564.
-, -, -, about English assisting against, p. 628.
-, -, Gulf of, 32, p. 29, 121, 122, 301, p. 199, p. 274, p. 367, p. 375, 688, 763.
-, -, see also Bahrein, Baudier, Costack, Ghilan, Gombroon, Gumrough, Ispahan, Jask, Kasbin, Kishme, Lar, Larack, Ormuz, Shiraz, Tauris.

Persians, p. 301, p. 485.
-, -, 300 sent in East India Company's fleet to, p. 444.

Persian merchant, the, see Hoga Shan su warr.
-, -, fleet, the, p. 594, 829.
-, -, horses, p. 443.

Persyn or Persin, M., 484, 840.

Peru, p. 689.

Pescadores, the, p. 156, p. 251.
-, -, agreement between Dutch and Chinese at, p. 158.
-, -, Chinese will not let Dutch enjoy, p. 251

Peter, Wm., p. 293.

Peter and Andrew, the, p. 290, p. 321.

Petersonn, Claus, 695.

Petley, Lewknor, p. 267.

Pett, Peter, p. 294.
-, -, -, his widow, p. 294.
-, -, Phineas, letter from, 195.

Pettley, Edward, 330.

Pettus, Geo., p. 268, p. 296, p. 604, 819.
-, -, -, petition of, p. 296.

Pexall, —, p. 35.

Pewterers, Master and Wardens of the, p. 331.

Phelps, John, p. 133, 266, p. 435, p. 599.
-, -, -, instructions to, 267.
-, -, -, Eliz., wife of, p. 133, p. 435, p. 599.

Philip, 50.

Philips, Stephen, p. 286.
-, -, -, Alice, wife of, p. 286.

Phillips, Richard, p. 206.
-, -, -, his wages, p. 267.
-, -, -, his mother, p. 266.
-, -, Stephen, p. 435.
-, -, -, Alice, his mother, p. 435.

Phillpott, John, estate of, 393.
-, -, -, his children, 393.

Phippeny, John, p. 132.

Phipps or Phips, Edmund, 381, p. 279, p. 287, p. 301, p. 303 (2), 414, p. 336.
-, -, -, petition of, p. 329, 416.
-, -, -, suit between East India Company and, p. 361.
-, -, Robt., p. 593.
-, -, -, his wife and family, p. 593.

Pickus, Henry, p. 296, p. 599.
-, -, -, Sarah, his wife, p. 296, p. 599.

Pickaxes, 694.

Pickering, Arnold, p. 291.
-, -, Robt. (deceased), p. 496.
-, -, -, Judith, widow of, p. 496

Pickus, Henry, p. 434.
-, -, -, Sara, his wife, p. 434.

Pictures, 23, p. 97, p. 155, 313, p. 327, p. 551. See also Amboyna; Greenbury, Rich.

Piddock, Eliz., p. 415, p. 421, p. 423, 564.

Pierce, Wm., 251.
-, -, -, his wages, 251, p. 286.
-, -, -, Bridget, his wife, p. 286.
-, -, -, (minister), 416.

Pierson, Christ., 172.

Pieterson, David, 563.

Piff, Leonard, p. 551.

Piggott, —, 131.

Pigs, 631.

Pike, Edward, his estate, 145, p. 599.

Pikes, 694.

Pincheon, Duodate, p. 295.

Pinchin, Sir Robt., p. 437 (2), p. 438.

Pinder, Fras., 233, p. 279, 395, 398.
-, -, -, petition of, 403.
-, -, Sir Paul, p. 266, p. 429, 592, 702.

Pingley, Wm., p. 135, 341, 736.

Pinne, Hump., 520.

Pinson, Nich., p. 290.

Pipe staves, 307, p. 225, p. 237, 383.
-, -, to be wrought into hogsheads and puncheons, 451.
-, -, price of, p. 237.

Pirates, 266.
-, -, contributions for suppressing and expeditions against, 103, p. 266, pp. 268–9, 379, 381, p. 289, p. 304.

Piscadores, seePescadores.

Pistachios, p. 628.

Pistolets, double, 243, p. 271, see Coins.

Pistols, p. 97, p. 480, 806, 808.

Pitch, 572.

Pitt, Agnes, p. 436.

Pitt, —, p. 507.

Pittman, Constance, p. 296.
-, -, -, James, her son, p. 296.

Pitts, Geo., p. 136.

Planets, the, p. 596.

Planks, see Timber.

Plant, Wm., 284, p. 197, p. 206.

Plate, see Silver.
-, -, cabin, p. 290.

Platt, Robt. (deceased), p. 266, 793.

Plays, p. 159.

Plommer, Thos., p. 601.

Plummer, Geo., p. 292.

Plushes, 248, p. 272, p. 441.

Plymouth, 53, 118, 252, 367, p. 259, 373, 379, p. 305, 517–8, p. 424, 564, 596. II., p. 466, p. 486, p. 515, 687, 692, 741, 756, 768–9, 826, 838, 842, 850.
-, -, Castle of, Capt. of, see Gorges, Sir Ferd.
-, -, Dutch ships at, 339.
-, -, letters dated from, 252, 253.

Poddy, Robt., 804.

Podicera, intended factory at, p. 155.

Poland, p. 445.

Polstead or Poulstead, Henry, 457, p. 438, 639, 642, p. 601.

Poole, Alderman, p. 355.

Pooloroon (Bandas), 158, 199.
-, -, English losses at, 439.
-, -, forts at, 15.
-, -, a "hen's nest," 466.
-, -, the Dutch assault and pillage, 199.

Pope, Ralph, 7, p. 132.
-, -, -, Marg., his wife, p. 132.
-, -, -, gratuity to, 639.

Popillion, see Papillion, David.

Poplar, p. 336, p. 485.
-, -, the poor of, p. 125.
-, -, -, gratuities to, p. 429.
-, -, almshouses at, 717.

Porcelain, p. 380 (2), 716, p. 546–7, p. 549.

Porey, Thos., his estate, p. 135.

Pork, 3, 7, 43, p. 124, p. 174, 284, p. 243, p. 342, p. 560, 745, 752, 772.
-, -, price of, 431, 440, 736.
-, -, proved very bad, 566.
-, -, salting, 672.
-, -, stolen, 341.

Porks, see Pigs.

Porke, Rich., p. 133.

Porreadge, city marshal, 424.
-, -, -, deceased, p. 336, p. 338.
-, -, -, his son, p. 338.

Porter, Endymion, p. 308, 817.
-, -, John, p. 206, 333, 335, p. 244.
-, -, Capt, p. 290.
-, -, Stephen, p. 276, 572, 596.
-, -, -, his wages, 572.

Porter's Quay, 819.

Portsmouth, 118, 304, p. 257, p. 259, 373, p. 266, 379, p. 283, 390, p. 301, p. 304, 398, p. 321, p. 354, 451, 470, 490–1, 498, 501–2, 506–8, 510, 512–4, 519, 522–3, 526–7, 530, 534–5, 538, 545–6, 549, pp. 415–6, 554, p. 419, 556, 558, p. 424, 560, 565, 567, p. 450, pp. 454–5, p. 465, 614, 615, 622, p. 484, 636, p. 507, 662, 682, 684, 690, 699, 704, 707, p. 555, p. 606, 824, 848.
-, -, overture for a magazine at, 828.
-, -, Lieut. of, 525.
-, -, clerk of the King's stores at, see Brookes, —.
-, -, letters dated from, 493, 515, 518, 529, 533, 539–40, 543–4, 698, 703, 714.

Portugal, p. 272, 539, 817.
-, -, junk, p. 296.

Portuguese, the, p. 260, 373, p. 596.
-, -, carracks, 260.

Potter, Rich., p. 290.

Poultry, the Compter in the, p. 450, 583.

Poulstead, Henry, see Polstead, Henry.

Powder, 3, 10, 12, 18, 21, 65, p. 35, 69, 73, 76, 89, 99, 110, p. 61, 147, 175, 181, p. 124, p. 127, p. 148, p. 151, 264, p. 173, 284, p. 195, p. 219, p. 226, p. 244, p. 249, p. 259, p. 279, p. 302, 398, 403, p. 318, p. 321, p. 335, 440, p. 347, 448 (2), 460, 482–3, 510, p. 419, 556, 572, 601, p. 485, 631, 633, 642, 672, 694, 752, p. 596, p. 603, p. 625, 798, 806, 815, 828–9, 835, 842.
-, -, offers to make, 21, 25, 156.
-, -, the relative weight of saltpetre to manufacture, p. 360.
-, -, 1 cwt. of saltpetre to every cwt. of, 752.
-, -, grant to East India Company for making, 570.
-, -, to make trial of, 472.
-, -, the best made in England, p. 596.
-, -, the King prohibits East India Company making, 728.
-, -, price of, 156, 365, p. 252, p. 318, 448, 460, 482, 485, 556, 601, 672, 676, 752.
-, -, contracts for, 149, 171, 453, p. 360, 470, 472, 570, 592, 767, 819.
-, -, license to transport, 867–9.
-, -, waste of, p. 124, 451, 588, 601, 607, 611, p. 504.
-, -, lent to the Dutch, p. 595.
-, -, carriage of, through London, 460.
-, -, mills, p. 10, 12, p. 31, 65, p. 35, 75, 116, p. 69, 156, 171, 173, 175, 181, 182, p. 172, p. 204, 333, p. 220, 342, p. 226, pp. 243–4, 365, p. 252, p. 259, p. 354, 448, p. 360, 482, 556, p. 424, 560, 564, 722, 724, 728, 738, 752, 762, 764, 767, p. 603, 825, p. 671.
-, -, -, patent to erect, 354.
-, -, -, charges for, p. 355.
-, -, -, blown up, 116, 655.
-, -, -, clerk of, see Collins, Edward.
-, -, repairs to, 450, 453, p. 360, 839.
-, -, brick powder house, p. 204.
-, -, workers, p. 204.
-, -, maker from France, 135.
-, -, see also Danzig.

Powell, Edward, p. 419, 556, 601, p. 599.
-, -, -, petition of, p. 435.
-, -, -, gratuity to (a good linguist), 569.
-, -, John, 18, 110, p. 133, p. 218, p. 286, pp. 298–9, p. 351, 501, 510, p. 408, 580.
-, -, -, petitions of, p. 292, p. 294.
-, -, -, gratuity to, 731.
-, -, Thomazine, p. 599.

Powlett, —, p. 600.

Poynett, John, 118, p. 95, p. 133, p. 188, 373, p. 265, p. 286, 427, p. 354, 478, 545, 556, p. 429, 752, 758, 770, p. 663.
-, -, Thos., p. 133, p. 265, p. 354, p. 429.

Praw, the, named Expedition, the, which see.

Preachers, see East India Company, p. 743.

Preby, —, p. 225.

Precious, Thos., p. 435.
-, -, Mary, his wife, p. 435.

Precious stones, see Jewels.

Predis, Preddis, Predys, Preddys, or Priddis, Rich., p. 296, 409, p. 435, p. 446, p. 480, 763, p. 596, 791, 796, p. 628 (2), p. 629, 829–30.
-, -, -, his wages, p. 696.
-, -, -, his journal, 623.
-, -, -, Eliz., his wife, p. 435, p. 696.

Prenter, Wm., 359.

Prescott, Edward, 760, p. 593.

Preston, David, p. 134.
-, -, Francis, p. 134.
-, -, James, 509.
-, -, Patrick, p. 134.
-, -, Ralph, 65, p. 35.

Prestwich, Edmond, p. 136.

Pretty, Robt., p. 237.

Priaman (Sumatra), p. 263, 734.

Price, Abel (deceased), p. 296.
-, -, -, Jane, his mother, p. 296.
-, -, John, p. 133.
-, -, Wm., 280, 285, p. 292, 796.

Priddis, Rich., see Predis, Rich.

Priestly, Wm., his estate, 560.
-, -, -, Wm., his son, 560.

Prince William (Dutch ship), the, p. 734.

Pring, Capt., 373.
-, -, Wm., 687.
-, -, -, his wages, 687.

Priox, Peter, 453.

Pritchard, Benj., p. 132.
-, -, Wm., vicar of Battersea, p. 252.

Pritchett, Sam., p. 131.

Privy Council, the, 22, 28, 38, p. 31, 61, 62, 103, 110, p. 72, 143, 157, 165, 167, 177, 182, 185, 208, 226, 241, p. 140, p. 173, p. 178, p. 195, 317, pp. 197–9, 333, p. 220, p. 251, 381, p. 289, p, 325, 414, pp. 353–4, 452, p. 360, 454, 532, p. 408, 547, p. 419, 560, 565, p. 451, 583, 585, 5S8, 592, 597, p. 465, 605, 613, 658, 672, 679, 690, 717, 739, 808.
-, -, and the Amboyna Massacre, 62, 64, 65, 70, 71, 426, pp. 341–2, 435, 452, 527, 543, p. 415, 559, 689, 707, 714, 723, 737, 742, 744.
-, -, East India Company remonstrance and complaint against the Dutch presented to, 189, 215, 719.
-, -, directions and remarks concerning stay of Dutch East India Company's ships, pp. 104–6, 524, 539–40, 559.
-, -, -, act for release of, 699.
-, -, -, concerning bribes for, p. 555.
-, -, and trade to East Indies, 165, 166, 185, 198, 228, p. 351, 701, 706, 722, 781–2, 784–787.
-, -, and the East India Company, 25, pp. 110–11, 215, 335, 351–2, p. 304, p. 335, pp. 338–9, 465, 470, 506, 542, p. 484, 635, 639, 642, p. 501, 657, 665, 684, p. 534, 705–6, 711, p. 576, p. 606, 794, 798, 801–2, 819, 832, 845, p. 673, 850, 864.
-, -, and Smethwike's scandalous proceedings, 685, 787, 794, 800–1, 819.
-, -, and the Persian Ambassadors, 298, 300, 302, 304, 308, p. 198, 318, pp. 206–7, 330–1, p. 219, p. 224, pp. 233–4, 356, 357, p. 237, 364, p. 253, pp. 280–1, pp. 286–7, 390–1, 403, p. 318, p. 321, p. 329, 419.
-, -, and the Persian trade, p. 66 (2), 141, 163.
-, -, and the customs of Ormuz, p. 341.
-, -, orders, letters and minutes of proceedings of, 24, 158, 502, 559, 699, 706, 718, 750, 782, 785.
-, -, letters and petitions to, 166, 220, 240, 290, 323, 325, 331, 347, 362, 413, p. 432, 570, p. 455, 582, 584, p. 504, 676, 706. I., 712, 742, 779, 781, 784.
-, -, clerks of, presents to, p. 432, 592, see also Becher Wm.
-, -, keeper of the council chamber, see Cox, —.

Prize goods, p. 354, 538, p. 446, 590.

Prout, Thos., p. 435.

Proverbs and quaint sayings, p. 61, p. 148, p. 151, p. 153, p. 155, pp. 157–8, 310, pp. 208–10, 337, p. 364, p. 369, p. 377, 492, 576, 651, p. 546, 769, p. 621, p. 628, 818 (2).

Pruson, Hildebrand, p. 523.

Prussia, 141.
-, -, wars in, p. 244.

Prynne, Capt., p. 577.

Pryor, Rich., 420.

Psalms, p. 319, 794.

Psalters, p. 319.

Pulicat, 432, 716, p. 547, pp. 549–52.
-, -, factory at, p. 550
-, -, cloth from, p. 682.
-, -, the Dutch at, pp. 550–1.
-, -, Road, junk burnt in, p. 550.

Pulliver, Henry, p. 513.
-, -, -, his wife, see Smith, Rich., widow of.

Pulo Bessee, see Bessee.

Pulvory, articles for trade to, p. 481.

-, Governor and Chief Justice of, see Sibo Sibo.

Pundo, King of, 255.

Purchas, Samuel, p. 10, p. 15, 23.
-, -, -, presents East India Company with his four vols. "History of the World," p. 10.
-, -, -, translated into Latin, 458.
-, -, -, reads his epistle to East India Company, p. 10.
-, -, -, cannot persuade the printer to insert his epistle, p. 15, 23.
-, -, -, is told his epistle may be dangerous, 23.
-, -, -, gratuity from East India Company to, p. 10, p. 15.

Purefe or Purifey, Geo., 251, p. 421.
-, -, John, p. 5, 251, p. 274.
-, -, -, letters from, 320, 332, 349.
-, -, -, petition of, p. 292.
-, -, -, letter to, 385.
-, -, -, his wages, 385, p. 292, p. 421.
-, -, -, his estate, p. 421.

Purfett, Marg., p. 297.

Pye, Edmund, p. 298.

Pynn, John, Capt. of the London, 565, p. 429, 572, 588, 592, p. 465, 743, 752, 756, 771, p. 607, 790, 793, 798, 809.
-, -, -, examinations of, 569, 588.
-, -, -, arrested, p. 432.
-, -, -, appointed commander of the London, 754.
-, -, -, his wages, 754, p. 598.
-, -, -, payment to, p. 429.
-, -, -, gratuity to, p. 465, 793.