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Packer, Humphrey, 365, 381.
-, -, Robert, usher of the Receipt, 629.
-, -, William, usher of the Receipt, 629.

Packington, Dame Frances, annuity to, 493.

Packington (? co. Warwick), 352.

Paddington (co. Midd.), 58.

Page, Edmund, undersearcher, London port, 17, 186, 495.
-, -, John, water bailiff, Dartmouth, 240.
-, -, William, mariner, 34, 91.
-, -, -, Cursitor,. Baron of the Exchequer, 228.

Paget (Pagitt), Mathew, minister of Thurmaston, 316, 349.

Pagham (Sussex), 648, 674.

Paine, Pain. See Payne.

Painter. See Paynter.

Palace Royal (Versailles), 303.

Palatine, the Elector, 608.
-, -, -, employ to. See Bretridge, Col. R
-, -, Prince. See Prince Edward.

Pale, John, 588, 602.

Pall Mall and Pall Mall Field. See Streets.

Palmer, Anne, royal bounty to, 150.
-, -, Lady Ann, royal bounty to, 214.
-, -, Anthony, 82.
-, -, Elizabeth, 729.
-, -, George, tailor, 92.
-, -, Sir Henry, 214.
-, -, Sir Jeoffrey, Attorney General, 22, 35, 50, 51, 52, 59, 75, 87, 99, 103, 202, 215, 232, 537.
-, -, John, 71.
-, -, Roger, 170, 313.
-, -, Thomas. Sub-Commissioner of Excise for Hants, 322. 473, 480; merchant, 344, 708; collector of Newcastle port, 729.

Panton, Nathaniel. 352.
-, -, Thomas, keeper of the Lodge at Petersham, 612.
-, -, William, 352, 732.

Paperell, John. principal engineer of forts. &c., to Charles I. 380.

Pare, John, Sub-Commissioner of Excise, co. Gloucester, 322, 483, 488.

Pargiter (Pargeter), Francis, a Customs Commissioner, 307.
-, -, John, 613.

Parham Hall (Suffolk), 320.
-, -, Hall (co. Cambridge), 641.

Paris (France), 66, 232, 243, 259, 383.

Paris, John de, founder of the Hospital of St. John Baptist at Bedford, 138.

Park End (co. Gloucester), 626.

Park End coppice (Wyre Forest, co. Worcester), 29.

Parke, Nicholas, a King's waiter, 54.

Parke (Bradninch, co. Devon), 119.

Parker, Christopher, merchant, 376, 609.
-, -, Henry, a marshal of the Exchequer Court, 145.
-, -, -, potmaker, 653.
-, -, James, keeper of the Armoury at Westminster, 260.
-, -, John, 359, 590.

Parkes, Nicholas, 636.

Parkhurst, Ferdinando, 72.
-, -, Sir William, warden of the Mint from 1641, 19, 315, 317, 321, 360, 535, 652.

Parkinson, John, 199.
-, -, Thomas, 254.

Parkside (co. Denbigh), 113.

Parkson farm (near Poole, Dorset), 38.

Parkstone (Dorset), 206.

Parliament, Acts of, 70. 79. 84, 102, 179, 183, 186, 192, 209, 227, 270, 305, 318, 330, 352, 378, 379, 381, 382, 383, 401, 584, 589, 591, 595, 670, 676, 698, 706, 728.
-, -, clerk of. See Goldsburgh, W.
-, -, Commissioners of, 181, 182.
-, -, Committees of, 382. See Prize revenue.
-, -, Houses, 65. 179, 183, 229, 715; and see Lords, Commons.
-, -, Members of, 283, 333, 572, 573, 619.
-, -, orders and ordnances, 186, 275.
-, -, votes, 347.

Parlour (Parlor), Edward, 626.

Parnell, Thomas, court post or King's letter carrier, 360, 618, 623, 674.

Parr, Henry, Lieut., 73.

Parry, John, 259.

Parsons, Amos, Sub-Commissioner of Excise, Bristol, 634.
-, -, Bartholomew, 552.
-, -, William, Sub-Commissioner of Excise for co. Gloucester, 322, 483, 488.
-, -, Sir William, Bart., 252.

Partley, John, 30.

Partridge, Henry, a brewer to the Navy, 280.

Pasteur, Escoffier, deputy of the Protestant churches of Piedmont, 238.

Paston, Sir Robert, 697.

Patacons, 34, 47, 180.

Patcham (Sussex), 307.

Pateshull, William, waiter, Bristol port, 10, 367.

Patrington (co. Yorks), 241.

Patshull (Staffordshire), 428.

Pattinson, Ellinor, royal bounty to, 397.

Pattison, John, 731.

Paul (Paule), George, 14, 539.
-, -, William, bishop of Oxford. 585.

Paulden (Pauldon), Capt. Thomas, 34, 287.

Paulet (Pawlett, Paulett, Powlett, and see Poulett, Powlett), Lady Ann, daughter to the 5th Marquess of Winchester, 522, 598.
-, -, Essex, receiver of the voluntary present for co. Hants, 506, 532.
-, -, Henry, captain of Calshot Point, 295.
-, -, Henry, 4th son of William 4th Marquess of Winchester, Deputy-Lieutenant of co. Hants, 67, 71, 82, 184.
-, -, Sir John,. royal bounty to, 593.
-, -, John, 427.
-, -, John, 5th Marquess of Winchester, 390, 535, 598.
-, -, William, collector of Cardiff port, 248, 730.
-, -, -, master of Malwood Lodge and Rails in New Forest, 147, 711.
-, -, -, Major, 83.

Pault, Peter, 165.

Pawlett (Somerset), 328; Deanery, 83, 112.

Pawley, Edward, 142.

Pawley's mill (Tinten, Cornwall), 30.

Pawned goods, office, for registry of, 26

Paxford, Richard, 41.

Payne (Paine, Pain), Dance, 259.
-, -, David, 155.
-, -, Ephraim, 32.
-, -, John, chief secondary in the King's Remembrancer's office, 64, 279, 529, 554.
-, -, Sir Joseph, Col., 73.
-, -, -, junr., Lieut., 73.
-, -, Nicholas, 40; land waiter, Dover, 338, 439.
-, -, Samuel, merchant tailor, 281.
-, -, Thomas, a sergeant-at-arms to the King, 560.
-, -, William, merchant tailor, 297.

Payneton, William, 346.

Paynter (Painter), George, 695.
-, -, Humfry, a principal chirurgeon to the King, 319, 618.

Payton, Sir Thomas, 399.

Peacock, John, farmer of Excise, co. Berks, 427, 639, 731.

Pearce (Peirce, Pearse, Perse, Pierce and see Piers), Edmund, farmer of Excise, co. Worcester, 473, 481, 635, 704, 705.
-, -, Sir Edmund, master in Chancery, 187.
-, -, James, Sub-Commissioner of Excise, Exeter, 634.
-, -, Thomas, Sub-Commissioner of Excise, co. Somerset, 708.
-, -, Valentine, Sub-Commissioner of Excise, co. Suffolk, 176, 438, 475, 572.

Pearl ashes, 454, 468.

Pearle, Thomas, 25, 69.

Pearson (Peirson), Thomas, 27.

Peasmarsh (Sussex), 26, 187.

Peate, Col. Adam, 183.

Peck, Henry, a gentleman of the Privy Chamber in Extraordinary, 236, 650.

Peckham, Great (Kent), 162.

Peers, House of. See Lords.

Peeters. See Peters.

Pegg, Mr., King's waiter, London port, 10, 50, 89.

Peirce, Peirson. See Pearce, Pearson.

Pelham, Peregrine, traitor, 93.

Pells, clerk of. See Exchequer (Receipt clerk).

Pemberton, Ralph, Sub-Commissioner of Excise, co. Berks, 470, 706.

Pembroke, county, 23, 62, 402, 485.
-, -, -, auditor of, 26.
-, -, -, Excise of, 322, 488.
-, -, -, Receivers General of, 410.
-, -, -, royal aid of, 685.
-, -, -, sheriffs of, 394, 441.
-, -, Earl of. See Herbert, P.

Penal statutes, receiver of fines upon, 29, 32, 38.

Pendants, 149.

Pendarvis, Richard, of London, merchant, 259, 339.

Pendennis Castle (Cornwall), garrison of, 201, 215, 257, 418, 447, 494, 514, 524, 552, 558, 564, 593, 614; repairs of, 526, 617.
-, -, -, Governor of. See Arundel, R., as also for payments for the garrison.

Pendrell, George, 534, 655.
-, -, Humfry, 655.
-, -, Joan, 534, 655.
-, -, John, 655.
-, -, Mary, 655.
-, -, Richard, 386, 655.
-, -, William, 655.

Pengelley (Trevena, co. Cornwall), 43, 100.

Pengelly (Pengilley), Henry, 21, 71, 233.

Pengethley (co. Hereford), 200.

Penhurst, George, 162.

Peniston (Penniston, Pennington), Sir Thomas. farmer of Excise, co. Oxford, 425, 647, 688, 716, 724.

Penleane manor (Cornwall), 41.

Penn, Sir William, 68, 614.
-, -, William, steward of manor of Penn, 139.

Penn (manor. Bucks), 139.

Pennant, Major Hugh, 118.

Pennant forest, manor and monastery (Carmarthen), 177.

Pennard ("Kennard") moor (co. Somerset), 39, 110, 143.

Pennington (Penington, and see Peniston). Isaac, alderman of London, 92, 107.
-, -, John, of Chigwell, 143, 347, 355.
-, -, Sir John. 143, 347.

Penny, Anthony, 162.
-, -, John, mariner, 337, 412.

Penny Lands (Saltash, &c., Cornwall), 119, 131.

Pennyman, Sir William, 302.

Penrith (honor, Cumberland), 16, 123, 595.

Penruddock, George, 20.

Pensioners, Band of. See Gentlemen.

PENSIONS, annuities, perpetuities, allowances, &c., &c.
-, -, question as to grant of, 10.
-, -, stop or suspending of (1663, Aug. 23), 542, 547, 552, 556, 557, 561, 566, 596, 628, 630, 645, 646, 681, 693.
-, -, arrears of, 101, 146, 252, 486, 493, 497, 498, 502, 516, 559.
-, -, and see following separately:
-, Albemarle, Duke of.
-, Alexander, alias Zinzan. Sigismond.
-, Allen, Thomas.
-, Andover, Viscount.
-, Andrews, Amice.
-, -, Mary.
-, Arpe, Katherin.
-, Ashburnham, John,
-, Ashley, Sir Anthony.
-, -, Lady Phillipp.
-, Ayton, Sir John.
-, Baggott, John.
-, Bickerton, Amy.
-, Blagg, Mary.
-, Bolton, Clare.
-, Booth, Mrs.
-, Bouchier, Priscilla.
-, Bowman, Mr.
-, Boynton, Isabella.
-, -, Katherine.
-, -, Mary.
-, Boyscleere, John.
-, Brentford, Lady.
-, Brett, Richard.
-, Bridgewater, Earl of.
-, Bristol, Earl of.
-, Brouncker, Rebecca.
-, Burges, Francis.
-, Burley, Elizabeth.
-, Byron, Dorothy.
-, -, Lady Eleanor.
-, -, -, Katherine.
-, Cambridge, Duke of.
-, Capell, Edward.
-, Carlisle, Earl of.
-, -, Joan.
-, -, Lodowick.
-, Carey, Dorothy.
-, -, Elizabeth.
-, -, Joane.
-, -, Symon.
-, Carr, Isabella.
-, Castleton, Nathaniell.
-, Chesterfield, Dowager Countess of.
-, Chiffinch, Thomas.
-, Choqueux, Anthony de.
-, Christophilus, Richard.
-, Civill, Franoise.
-, -, Pierre.
-, Clobery, Sir J.
-, Cole, Charles, junr.
-, -, Dr. Charles.
-, Coleman, Charles.
-, Colepeper, Sir Cheyney.
-, -, Lord.
-, Conyngsby, Julyan.
-, Cornwallis, Lady Elizabeth.
-, Coventry, Henry.
-, Crockford, John.
-, Crofts, Lord and Lady.
-, Davis, Thomas.
-, Derby, Dowager Countess of
-, Dike, Eleanor.
-, Dillon, Viscount.
-, Drummund, Sybill.
-, Eedes, Richard.
-, Elliot, Thomas.
-, Embersonne, Mathew.
-, Eton College.
-, Fairfax, Col. Charles, heirs of.
-, Fanshaw, Viscountess.
-, Fisher, Edmund.
-, -, Katherine.
-, -, Mary.
-, Fitchet, Wilks.
-, Forrest, Antoinette, La.
-, Fox, Somerset.
-, Fraser, Lady
-, Freeman, William.
-, Gamon, John.
-, Ganner, Elizabeth.
-, Gascoyne, Sir Bernard.
-, Gauden, Dennis.
-, Gerard, Lord Charles.
-, Godolphin, Sidney.
-, Gonzaga, Princess Ann de.
-, Gorges, Lady Jane.
-, Hamilton, Sir William.
-, Harding, Honora.
-, Hewytt, John, junr.
-, Hopper, Symon.
-, Hoskyn, J.
-, Houghton, Isabell.
-, Howard, Charles.
-, -, Walbrooke.
-, Howell, James.
-, Hudson, Elizabeth.
-, -, George.
-, Hume, Sir Alexander.
-, Inchiquin, Earl of.
-, Jenkin, Ann.
-, Johnson, George.
-, Keir, Lady Emlin.
-, Kettleby, Mary.
-, Killegrew, Cicily.
-, -, Lady Mary.
-, -, Sir Peter.
-, -, Thomas.
-, -, Sir William.
-, Kinkidd, Margaret.
-, Kirke, George.
-, Knight, John.
-, -, Sir Raph.
-, Lamme, Margaret.
-, Lane, Jane.
-, -, Richard.
-, Langhorne, Rowland.
-, Lanier, Nicholas.
-, Lauderdale, Earl of.
-, Laurence, Andrew.
-, Lawson, Ann.
-, -, Elizabeth.
-, -, Sir John.
-, Layton, Francis.
-, -, Henry.
-, Leeke, Thomas.
-, Legg, William.
-, Le Grand, Anna.
-, Lesley, Mrs.
-, -, Robert.
-, Levet, William.
-, Ley, William.
-, Lichfield, Cathedral Church, vicars of.
-, -, Mrs.
-, Lisle, Mrs.
-, Long, Sir Robert (heirs of).
-, Loughborough, Lord.
-, Lovett, Mr.
-, Major, Thomas.
-, Mallett, Andrew.
-, Mansell, Francis.
-, Mansfield, Viscount.
-, Martin, Edward.
-, Massonett, Peter
-, May, Adrian.
-, Mercey, Susan de.
-, Monmouth, Duke of.
-, -, Earl of.
-, Montbodiat, Franoise de.
-, Morgan, Edward.
-, Morland, Sir Samuel.
-, Morrice, Sir William.
-, Mounteney, Richard.
-, Murray, Eliz.
-, Napier, John.
-, Neale, Martin.
-, Negropont, Duke of.
-, Newport, Earl of.
-, Norton, Mr.
-, Norwich, Earl of.
-, Notary, Angelo.
-, Nottingham, Earl of.
-, O'Neale, Daniell.
-, Ormonde, Duke of.
-, Page, William.
-, Pendrell, George.
-, -, Humfry.
-, -, Joane.
-, -, John.
-, -, Mary.
-, -, Richard.
-, -, William.
-, Peterborough, Earl of.
-, Philips, Robert.
-, Plancy, Elizabeth.
-, -, Louise de.
-, Porter, Endymion.
-, -, Olive.
-, Portland, Countess of.
-, Price, Sir Herbert.
-, -, Mrs.
-, Prince Edward.
-, -, -, Dowager of.
-, Prince Rupert.
-, Princess Elizabeth.
-, Progers, Edward
-, Rattree, Grace.
-, Richmond, Duke of.
-, Rochester, Earl of.
-, Roper, C.
-, Rosse, George.
-, Saint Magnus (London).
-, -, Ravy, Sir W.
-, Sandford, Francis.
-, Sandilands, John.
-, Sawyer. John.
-, Sayer, Sir John.
-, Seymour, Henry.
-, Simpson, John.
-, Skelton, Bevill.
-, Slaughter, Anne.
-, Smith, Margaret.
-, Southwell Grammar School (master of).
-, Stanley, Edward.
-, Staresmore, Lady.
-, Stepney, Justicia.
-, Strickland, Walter.
-, Stuart, Sophia.
-, Tettersall, Capt. Nicholas.
-, Theobalds, Sir George.
-, Thomas, Henry
-, Tildesley, Lady Frances.
-, Titus, Silius.
-, Tompkins, R.
-, Turpin, Margaret.
-, -, Richard.
-, Vaughan, Richard.
-, Vic, Sir Henry de.
-, Villiers, Lady Barbara.
-, Vincent, Sir Francis, bart.
-, Walter, David.
-, Wardour, Lady Mary.
-, Warr, Dowager Lady de la.
-, Wentworth, Lady.
-, West, Mrs.
-, Whelden, John.
-, Widdrington, Lady Mary.
-, Windebank, Frances.
-, -, Jane.
-, Wingfeild, John.
-, Wyndham, Thomas.
-, York, Duke of.

Pepper, Richard, warehousekeeper, London port, 13.

Pepper, 571, 592.

Pepys, Samuel, 171, 271, 625; payments to, for Tangier garrison, 659, 668, 678, 686, 717.

Percehay, Christopher, 13.

Percy, Algernon, 11th Earl of Northumberland, 261, 307; Captain of Tynemouth Castle, 564.
-, -, Jocelyn, Lord Percy, afterwards 12th Earl of Northumberland, Captain of Tynemouth Castle, 564.

Perenant, Gratian de, 6, 217, 594.

Perfedd ("Perverth") (co. Cardigan? Carmarthen), 170.

Perin (Perwyn), John, searcher, London port, 17.

Periors. See Perrers.

Perkin, Samuel, cordwainer, 154, 279.

Perkins, Charles, Lieut., 77.
-, -, Thomas, 677.

Perkinson, William, King's waiter, London port, 89, 615.

Perpetuanoes, 141, 156, 279, 546.

Perrers ("Periors") (Cheshunt, Herts), 84.

Perrott, Sir Herbert, a receiver of the 18 months' assessment, 676.

Perry, Edward, 150.
-, -, George, Lieut., 82.
-, -, William, gauger of wines, Bristol, 348.

Pershore monastery (co. Worcester). 209.

Persia, 596.

Perthill (Stratton-upon-Fosse, co. Somerset), 131.

Peterborough, Earl and Countess of. See Mordaunt, Henry, Elizabeth and Penelope.

Peterborough, 39, 427; bishop of. See Laney, B., bishopric of, 232.

Peters (Peeters), Henry, 636.
-, -, Hugh, 92.

Petersham manor (Surrey), 151, 695.
-, -, King's lodge at, in the Great Park near Richmond, 424, 599, 612.

Peterson, James, mariner, 617.

Pett, Mr., 37.

Petty, William, 259.

Petty Customs. See Customs.

Peyton, Sir Thomas [of Knowlton], 109.

Pharr (see Farr), Capt. Rob., 82.

Phelips. See Philips.

Phelps, Anthony & Co., 37.

Philip, Isaac, a Swiss, 708.

Philips (Phillips, Phillipp, Phelips), Edward, farmer of Excise, co. Somerset, 428.
-, -, -, junr., 382.
-, -, -, 41.
-, -, Francis, steward of Kennington manor, 42, 75, 186.
-, -, Henry. King's sculptor and carver in wood, 314.
-, -, John, 39; Capt., 131.
-, -, -, an Auditor of the Exchequer Court, 2, 12, 68, 71, 133, 135, 140, 154, 201, 202, 209, 219, 224, 225, 276, 281, 311, 366, 429, 455, 499, 581, 595, 615.
-, -, -, Sub-Commissioner of Excise for Cheshire, &c., 702.
-, -, Margaret, 131.
-, -, Robert, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 42, 224, 296, 372, 400.
-, -, Samuel, a King's waiter, London port, 734, 737.
-, -, Thomas, distiller, 503; waiter, London port, 289.

Philpott (Philport). Henry, keepr of Finkley or Chute forest, 47, 182, 213, 416.
-, -, Mr., 456.

Physician in ordinary to the King. See King's physician.

Pickays (Pickais, Pirkaies), Agmondisham, King's goldsmith for the Guard, 191, 318.

Piccadilly. See Streets.

Pickering, Sir Henry, 192.

Picks, Edward, 132, 155, 352.

Pictures, 235, 269, 692.

Pidsley, John, 306.
-, -, Thomasine, 306.

Pieces of Eight. See Eight.

Piedmont, Protestant churches of, deputies of. See Pasteur, E.; Bastie, J.

Pierce. See Pearce.

Pierrepont, Henry, Marquess of Dorchester, 317, 492.

Piers, Sir Thomas, sheriff of Sussex, 607.

Pigeon, John, keeper of the King's garden, &c. at the Tower, 422.

Piggs of lead, 91, 254.

Pight, Richard, clerk of the irons at the Mint, 19, 491, 587.

Pigot (Piggott), Conquest, 107, 270, 431, 491.
-, -, Hugh, Sub-Commissioner of Excise, co. Stafford, 481.
-, -. Robert, Surveyor of Newcastle port, 153.
-, -, Thomas, master of the Court of Wards and Liveries, Ireland, &c., 333.
-, -, Walter, 107, 491.

Pike (Pyke), George, payments to. for the waggons for bringing up the moneys of the Royal aid, 667, 671, 685, 690, 712.

Pike Garden, Westminster. See Streets.

Pilkington, Henry, sewer to the Queen, 132.

Pimhill (Hundred, Salop), 226.

Pinckbeck (co. Lincoln), 178.

Pinckney (Pinkney) Elizabeth, royal bounty to, 153, 561, 631.
-, -, George, a King's embroiderer in ordinary, 238, 552.
-, -, Henry, Comptroller of Bridgenorth port, 15, 58.
-, -, Leonard, a teller of the Exchequer, 1, 3, 50, 354.
-, -, Timothy, a gentleman usher to Charles I., 458.

Pindar (Pyndar), Sir Paul, a Customs Commissioner to Charles I., 330, 574, 628, 632.
-, -, Sir Peter, Bart., 494.

Pine, Mr., 168.

Piode (co. Carmarthen). 640.

Pipe, clerk of. See Exchequer Court.

Pipe clay, 155.
-, -, staves, 206.

Piper, Emanuel, 41.
-, -, Tho., 36.

Pirkaies. See Pickays.

Piscataqua (New Hampshire), 641.

Pitchford (co. Salop), 640.

Pitelme. Lieut. Henry, 73.

Pitfield (Pittfield), Charles, King's waiter, London port, 10, 181, 289.

Pithy, Rowland, master of Trinity House, 61.

Pits (Pitts, Pytt), Edward, sheriff of co. Wor cester, 379, 604.
-, -, Samuel, 253.

Pittenweem (co. Fife), 387.

Pittington (Durham), 380.

Place, John, Sub-Commissioner of Excise, co. Yorks, 292, 481.

Plague, the, 643, 673, 675, 683, 684, 687, 690, 695, 704, 710, 722, 730, 7312.

Plaister, Bartholomew de, 648.

Plancy (Plancey), Elizabeth, dresser to the Queen Mother, 535.
-, -, Louise de, dresser to the Queen Mother, 535.
-, -, Peter, apothecary to the Queen Mother, 107, 591.

Planner, John, a brewer to the navy, 280, 576.

Plantations, 243, 250, 306, 620, 621.
-, -, Council for, 249, 259, 317, 420, 521.
-, -, -, -, Secretary to. See Frowd, P.
-, -, payments for, 617.
-, -, ships trading to, 714.

Plate, wrought plate, 56, 312, 374, 418, 475, 539; import or export of, 250, 255, 454, 499, 500, 515; seizures of, 130, 374, 464.

Platt, Col. or Capt. Richard, 498, 557.
-, -, Veronica, royal bounty to, 498, 557.

Player (Pleyer), Sir Thomas, chamberlain of the city of London (including payments to. towards repayment of the city's loans to the Government), 237, 251, 371, 373, 375, 376, 378, 379. 381, 384, 386, 393, 396, 405, 406, 409, 495, 500, 501, 544, 546, 551, 580, 590, 602, 604, 608, 609, 617, 624, 625, 668, 669, 670, 672, 717, 720; Receiver of portion of the 18 months' assessment from London, &c., 379, 390, 391, 414. receiver of hearth duties, 675.

Playter, Thomas, quartermaster, 77.

Pleasaunce, Forster, a messenger of the Chamber in ordinary, 274.

Pley, George, 76.

Plot, 566, 664.

Plowman, Matthew, Sub-Commissioner of Excise for Somerset, 178, 468, 469, 486.

Plukenet, George, collector of subsidies for Westminster, 642.

Plumbers close (Stratton upon Fosse, Somerset), 131.

Plumer (Plummer), John, exporter of wool, 134, 544.
-, -, Thomas, 286.
-, -, (Plomer), Sir Walter, Bart., 310.

Plumpin, Thomas, 123.

Plymouth Devon), town and port, 3, 4, 9, 12, 18, 60, 91, 161, 165, 218, 239, 246, 280, 289, 447, 454, 465.
-, -, garrison (including payments for), 3, 386, 393, 414, 435, 449, 518, 523. 540, 543, 552, 579, 594, 607, 621, 630, 665, 690.
-, -, -, Governor of. See Morrice, Sir W. and W.; Bath, Earl of.
-, -, -, Deputy Governor of. See Skelton, Sir J.
-, -, Road, 419, 520.

Pocock, John, 202.

Poest, Mr., 415.

Point, the (Portsmouth), 119.

Pointon manor (co. Lincoln), 35.
-, -, Cow Pasture, alias Gozdales (Painton, co. Lincoln), 35, 94, 192.

Pointz Coppice (Hanger Walk, Whittlewood Forest), 198.

Poleron (one of the Banda Islands), 432.

Polhill, David, sheriff of Kent, 373, 490.

Poll Bill. See Assessments (12 Car. II., cap. 9).

Pollard, Sir Hugh, Comptroller of the Household, 674; payments to for garrison of Guernsey, 317. 389.
-, -, Nicholas, 331.
-, -, Roger, a King's gunner, 448.

Polliday, Robert, 264.

Pollux Hill (co. Beds), 719.

Polzeath. See Higher Polswth.

Polwheele Thomas, 73.

Ponte, Count of. See Mells.

Pontefract (co. Yorks), monastery of, 54.

Pontlow [? Porthallow, or Pentlow, or Portlooe] manor (Duchy of Cornwall), 39.

Pontorson canvas, 367.

Poole, Sir Edward, Deputy Lieut., co. Wilts 688.

Poole (Dorset), 3, 10, 15, 38, 47, 68, 206. 230, 298, 504, 530.

Poor of Middlesex, Corporation for, 584.

Popham, Col. Sir Francis, 692.

Popish robes seized, 147.

Popleston, Johan, 180.

Pordage, John, 330.

Pordy, Thomas. 159.

Port Bridge garrison (Portsmouth), 726.

Portbury (Hundred, Somerset), 366. 678.

Portcullis, Pursuivant at Arms. See Holford, T.; Wingfeild, G.

Porthea Prior (Cornwall), 22, 81, 104.

Porter, Edward, 149.
-, -, Endymion, 227, 230.
-, -, George, a Gentleman of the Privy Chamber to the Queen Consort, 716.
-, -, John, Lieut., 73.
-, -, Olive, widow of Endymion, 230, 448.
-, -, Philemon, 589.

Portington, John, ensign. 74.

Portland, Earl and Countess of. See Weston.

Portland, Isle of (Dorset), garrison, 248, 512.
-, -, -, Lieutenant of and Captain o Castle, 108; Governor of. See Weld, H.
-, -, manor of, 115, 137, 142, 332.
-, -, [quarries of], 329.

Portlooe. See West Looe.

Portsea, Isle of (Southants), 38.

Portsmouth, 89, 119, 174, 227, 298, 323, 350, 441, 448, 510, 538, 550, 576, 591, 637, 676, 720.
-, -, fortification and repairs at, 373, 441, 542, 617, 675.
-, -, garrison of, including payments for, 236, 237, 284, 293, 371, 391, 408, 431, 440, 499, 508, 516, 530, 540, 562, 564, 580, 596, 623, 647, 672, 700.
-, -, -, Governor of, 284, see Norton, Col. R.; Deputy or Lieut.-Governor of see Legg, R.; Honeywood, Sir P.; Berkeley, Sir C.
-, -, Island and town, keeper of. See York, Duke of.

Portugal, 163, 307, 309, 352, 359, 360, 377, 391, 407, 428, 435, 444, 468, 491, 496, 520, 556, 559, 591, 722.
-, -, agent to and Ambassadors Extraordinary to and from. See Ambassadors to and from.
-, -, bullion from, 286.
-, -, duty, 314.
-, -, King of, 310, 369, 399, 400, 465.
-, -, Princess (Infanta) of (for her as Queen Consort to Charles II.. see Queen Cattarina), question of dowry of, 267, 296, 309. 310, 314, 338, 357, 360, 362, 363, 365, 372, 399, 400, 407, 422, 440, 447, 449, 450, 454, 456, 518; Envoy Extraordinary to, see Fanshawe, Sir R.
-, -, procurator of the Treasure to the King of. See Sylva. Don E.
-, -, ships, Brazil and Portuguese duties on, 314, 385.
-, -, wines. See Wines.

Post Fines, farm and farmers of, 40, 99, 103, 126, 196, 296, 361, 445, 619.

Post Office, 72, 111, 210, 223, 245, 293, 360.
-, -, -, Commissioners of, 72.
-, -, -, farm of, 111, 209, 505, 623.
-, -, -, farmer of. See Bishop, H.
-, -, -, Master and Comptroller of or Postmaster General, 81, 87, 293, 605, 623. See Stanhope, C.; Bishop, H.; O'Neale, D.
-, -, -, General letter office, 360.
-, -, -, rents and revenues of and payments out of, 309, 442, 542, 602, 605.

Potashes (and farm of), 53, 161, 334, 435, 468, 490, 648, 674.

Potkins (Potkin, Petkin), Henry, Sub-Commissioner of Excise, co. Norfolk, 229, 322, 474, 577.

Pott (Potts), Elizabeth, 107, 256, 370.
-, -, Thomas, master of the Harriers to Charles I., 107, 256, 370.

Potter, Ambrose, 180.
-, -, Charles, 413.
-, -, Dr. Christopher, 180, 413.
-, -, Nevill, Cornet, 77.
-, -, Samuel, 579.

Potters Lodge (Enville Chase), 127, 225.

Potters Park (Chertsey, Surrey), 41.

Potterspury (co. Northants), 9, 123, 128.

Poulett (Pawlett and see Paulet, Powlett), Francis, 52.
-, -, John, 1st Lord Poulet, 52.
-, -, -, 2nd Lord Poulet, 52, 596, 730.

Poult, Peter, 306.

Poulteney, Sir William, 10.

Poulton, Edward, a falconer in ordinary to the King, 374.

Poundage. See Scotch cattle; Excise.

Pounde, Robert, a litterman to the King, 618.

Povey (Povie), Justinian, an Auditor of the Exchequer Court, 65.
-, -, Thomas. receiver for Tangier garrison or agent to the Earl of Peterborough, 355, 384, 428, 453, 458, 493, 514, 515, 523, 536, 541, 549, 554, 585, 599, 623; payments to for ministers in Jamaica, 627, 714.

Powder (Hundred, Cornwall), 9.

Powell, Ann, 7.
-, -, David, his Majesty's fletcher, 498, 514.
-, -, George, Comptroller of Milford port, 70, 76.
-, -, James, 126; Sub-Commissioner of Excise, Bristol, 634.
-, -, -, Colonel, 240.
-, -, John, 314.
-, -, Mr. (probably Powell, Richard), 364.
-, -, Mrs. (probably Powell, Ann), 364.
-, -, Sir Nathaniel, Bart., 523.
-, -, Richard, 7, 64, 152.
-, -, Thomas, keeper of ammunition in the Tower, 454.
-, -, William, 297.
-, -, -, (alias Hinson), Sir William, 200.

Power, Anthony, merchant, 180, 371.

Powle, Richard, bailiff of the seven hundreds of the forest division of Berks, 45.

Powlett (and see Paulet, Poulett), Charles, Lord St. John of Basing, afterwards 6th Marquess of Winchester and 1st Duke of Bolton, 656.

Pownray, Richard, bailiff of Cookham and Bray, 109.

Poyer, Elizabeth, royal bounty to, 545.

Pragelle, John, 235.

Prat Regis (or King's Mead, near Derby) priory, 212, 214, 215.

Pratt, John, 693.

Pre fines, 14.

Prentice, Thomas, 263.

Presents to Ambassadors. See Royal presents.

Prestatyn (Hundred, co. Flint), 118, 124.

Prestcott, Henry, Surveyor of Customs, London port, 606.

Preston (Lancs.), 412.
-, -, (Northumberland), 325, 387.

Prestwich, Sir Thomas, royal bounty to, 553, 558, 564.

Prettyman, Sir John, Receiver of First Fruits and Tenths, 78, 80, 111, 383, 476, 554, 604, 611.

Price (Prise), George, 527.
-, -, Goditha, annuity to, 219.
-, -, Herbert, sewer to the Queen, 219, 256; Sir Herbert, 165, 168, 320; pension to, 698, 699.
-, -, Jeffery, 177.
-, -, Jervase (Gervas), underkeeper of St. James's park, 176, 562, 677, 691, 719.
-, -, John, 38. 354; merchant, 159, 287; (Kingswood Forest), 293.
-, -, Margaret, royal bounty to, 419, 527, 670.
-, -, Mr.. receiver of Royal Aid, co. Hereford, 697, 715.
-, -, Sir Richard. 83, 89.
-, -, Thomas, 329; collector of Customs, Gloucester port, 64, 71.

Prickman, Joseph. merchant, 317.
-, -, William, merchant, 31, 99, 149, 160, 292, 349.

Pride, Thomas, regicide, 92, 93. 107, 159.

Prideaux (Prideux) Edmund, 45.
-, -, Humphrey, collector of Barnstaple port, 4, 190, 600.
-, -, Peter, 119.
-, -, Sir Peter, sheriff of Devon, 373.
-, -, Richard, 123.
-, -, Sir Richard, Surveyor General of the Duchy of Cornwall, 52, 87, 91, 137, 169, 281, 528.
-, -, William & Co., merchants, 486.

Priestholm Island (near Beaumaris), 227.

Priests Marsh (Hooe, Sussex), 26.

Prince Edward of the Palatinate, 5th son of Frederick V., Elector Palatine (husband of Anne of Gonzaga), 95, 219, 421, 449, 543.
-, -, Maurice of Nassau. 217.
-, -, Rupert. 142, 217, 371, 575, 725; pension to, 102, 218, 248, 386, 547, 660; Earl of Holdenesse and Duke of Cumberland, creation money, 102, 516; royal bounty to, 218.
-, -, of Orange, 662; deputy to, see Huggins. Sieur C.
-, -, of Wales, Henry son of James I., 528.

Prince's meads or meadows (Lambeth), lease of, 12, 22, 105, 122, 188.
-, -, Wood (Bromby, Kirton in Lindsey, co. Lincoln), 306.

Princess Ann de Gonzaga, annuity to, 95, 219, 421, 543, 545.
-, -, Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia, sister of Charles I., 445, 585.
-, -, -, daughter to the Queen of Bohemia, pension to, 585, 615.
-, -, Henrietta Maria, Duchess of Orleans, sister of Charles II., 183, 239, 267. 439; portion of, 594.
-, -, Mary, Princess Royal, Princess of Orange, daughter of Charles I., issues to, 183; Jewels of, 606, 669; servants of, 64, 512, 530; funeral of, 406, portion of, 616.

Prinn's tenement (Netherton, Duchy of Cornwall), 138.

Prior, John, 556.

Priory lands. See Chantry.

Prise. See Price.

PRIVY Chamber, Gentlemen of, 236, 304, 403, 594, 597. See Swan, Sir W.
-, -, -, Grooms of, 58, 126.
-, -, -, sewers of, 146, 187.
-, -, -, usher of, 66.
-, -, COUNCIL, Board and Lords of, 15, 14, 52, 61, 64, 68, 76, 79, 120, 122, 153, 184, 191, 192, 193, 225, 230, 245, 250, 260, 268, 280, 281, 285, 286, 290, 297, 316, 336, 338, 372, 413, 435, 439, 446, 461, 477, 494, 504, 547, 569, 577, 593, 608, 715, 716.
-, -, -, Act of King in, 357.
-, -, -, chamber, 1, 2, 7, 13, 410.
-, -, -, -, keepers of, 273. See Ravenscroft, G.; Cuningham, N.
-, -, -, clerks, 197, 713. See Jane, J.; Cock, J., Lane, Sir G.; Beecher, Sir W.; Nicholas, Sir J.; Browne, Sir R.; Walker, Sir E.
-, -, -, orders in, 64, 76, 183, 184, 206, 213, 230, 238, 273, 277, 304, 305, 341, 362, 392, 415, 430, 435, 465, 470, 476, 484, 490, 506, 507, 508, 567, 571, 577, 578, 581, 591, 608, 624, 625, 629, 661, 708, 733.
-, -, -, President of. See Marlborough, Earl of.
-, -, -, proclamations of King in. See Proclamations.
-, -, PURSE, issues for, 61, 107, 226, 243, 291, 300, 301, 347, 362, 387, 418, 419, 439, 456, 491, 493, 499, 518, 525, 535, 536, 553, 541, 556, 559, 560, 581, 588, 602, 604, 622, 653, 683, 717.
-, -, -, keeper of, 499. See Bennet, Sir H.; Fitz Hardinge, Viscount.
-, -, SEAL, keeper of. See Robartes, Lord J.
-, -, -, for money payments, &c., passim.

Prizage wines, farmer of, 37, 97, 301. See Waller, Sir W.

Prizes (prize goods, prize ships, prize money), 39, 101, 124.
-, -, Commissioners for, 577.
-, -, -, -, in St. Christopher and Barbados, 767.
-, -, Committee of Parliament for, and inquiry as to arrears of, 7.
-, -, Crown revenue from, 124.
-, -, Dutch prizes. See War.
-, -, Treasurers for sale of, 205, 276.

Proby, Edward, 154, 279.
-, -, Sir Heneage, 40.
-, -, Peter, 413.
-, -, Sir Thomas, Bart., 378.

Proclamations of the King in Council, 297, 305, 315, 316, 334, 352, 498, 510, 518, 635, 675, 712, 733.

Procter, Jo., 147.

Prodger (Progers), Arthur, 5.
-, -, Edward, 125, 172, 247; a Groom of the Bedchamber, 290, 372, 693.
-, -, Henry, an equerry in ordinary, 694.

Prohibited goods. See Customs.

Projects for mining, setting the poor on work, &c., 14.

Proneire, Samuel, 40.

Propagators of the Gospel in Wales, 24.

Prosser, Eleanor, 573.

Proud (Prowd), Richard, Sub-Commissioner of Excise N. Wales, 323, 472, 473.

Prouse, John, 154.

Prunes, 227.

Prunke, John, 40.

Prusion (Pruson), Hildebrand, 114, 222, 229.

Prussia. See Brandenburg.

Prynne (Pryn), William. a Commissioner of Appeals in Excise, 75, 79, 177; keeper of Records in the Tower, 592, 597; pension, 683.

Puckle, James, 367.
-, -, William, Governor of Excise, 554.

Pugh, Mr., keeper of the original seal for Montgomery, &c., 14, 16.

Pulborough (co. Sussex), 48.

Puleston, Roger. sheriff of Flint, 381.

Purcell (Pursell, Pussel), Thomas, a King's musician, 565, 586.

Purdowne, Henry, 138.
-, -, Margery, 138.

Purefoy, William, regicide, 93.
-, -, -, farmer of Excise, co. Warwick, 640, 731.

Puriton (Somerset), Common, 328; Hundred, 366.

Purprestures, 347, 355.

Purstone ("Burstone") (co. Northampton), 641.

Pursuivants at arms. See Bluemantle; Portcullis.

Putney (Surrey), 529.

Putts. Samuel, 609.

Puy, Henry de. keeper of Pall Mall, 394.

Pyder (Hundred, Cornwall), 9.

Pye, Sir John, Bart., 645.
-, -, Sir Robert, Chamberlain of the Receipt of the Exchequer, 78; Auditor of the Receipt, 1, 2, 20, 29, 43, 50, 52, 57, 62, 72, 75, 78, 88, 96, 100, 102. 115, 198, 262, 265, 282, 284, 285, 290, 291, 292, 296, 298, 300, 301, 303, 305, 308, 311, 378, 474.

Pyke. See Pike.

Pym, Sir Charles, Bart., 539.
-, -, John, merchant, 526.

Pyndar. See Pindar.

Pyrton (Oxford), 188.

Pytt. See Pits.