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Index of persons and Places: P

Pages 534-539

Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 15, 1699-1700. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1933.

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Pacey (Pacy), John, lieutenant in colonel Cunningham's regiment, half-pay for, 397.

-, Samuel, Receiver of co. Suffolk, 193, 323.

Packer, Anthony, payment to, 284.

-, John, steward and bailiff of the honor of Otford, 227, 268.

-, -, late Usher of the Receipt, 127, 134, 181, 254, 267, 284.

-, Philip, deceased, former Paymaster of the Works, 3, 4, 9, 40, 127, 135, 175, 305; late Usher of the Receipt, 127, 195.

-, -, executor to his father John and administrator to his grandfather Philip, 4, 8, 9, 127, 134, 135, 181.

Packhurst. See Parkhurst.

Packington, Sir John, 60; et al., trustees for the daughters of colonel Washington, 215.

Pacy. See Pacey.

Padstow, co. Cornwall, 318.

Page, George, et al., owners of the Eaton frigate, petition of, 337.

Paget, William, 7th Lord Paget, 21 bis; payments to, 30, 284; ambassador to the Grand Seignior, 202.

Pagez,, pension for, 144.

Pagham Point, co. Sussex, 168.

Pain, Paine. See Payne.

Palaquier,, pension for, 143.

Palfrey, George, lieutenant in major general Churchill's regiment, halfpay for, 451.

-, Henry, lieutenant in the Earl of Donegal's regiment, half-pay for, 153.

-, William, boatman, Hamble River, 212.

Palisse, la, pension for, 148.

Pallisor, Thomas, major in the Earl of Drogheda's regiment, half-pay for, 151.

Pallister, Hugh, lieutenant in colonel Saunderson's regiment, half-pay for, 449.

-, Walter, captain in colonel Saunderson's regiment, half-pay for, 449.

Palmer, Anthony, Customs riding officer, 111, 168, 420.

-, Archdale, money order assigned to, 267.

-, Barbara, wife of the Earl of Castlemaine, Duchess of Cleveland, Countess of Southampton, petition of, 107.

Palmes, , 85.

-, Guy, a Teller of the Receipt, 44, 207.

-, William, petition of, loss in making good the public cash, 89.

-, -, contract for sailcloth, 353.

Paltock, , payment to, 373.

Papillon,, 8, 9, 12.

-, David, late cashier of the Victualling, 387, 407.

-, Philip, late cashier of the Victualling, 136, 358.

-, Thomas, 33, 235, 238.

-, -, late cashier to the treasurer of the Navy, 73, 99, 108, 110, 389.

Papin, Jean, pension for, 144.

Papot, , pension for, 143.

Parce, du, pension for, 147.

Pardaillon, de, mdlle, charity for, 374.

Pare, du, pension for, 147.

-, John, collector of the Four-and-ahalf per cent. duty at Hole Town in Barbados, 268.

Pargiter, Robert, ensign in colonel Colt's regiment, half-pay for, 453.

Paris, France, 188.

Paris, , pension for, 144.

-, or Parris, Philip, judgment against, 108; petition to compound fines, 317; remission of a fine against, 412, 421.

Parker, , Custom officer at Gravesend, 9.

-, Jervais, lieutenant, half-pay for, 430.

-, Robert, first lieutenant of marines, half-pay for, 452.

-, Timothy, supervision of the duty on salt at Lymington, 182.

-, William, a country farmer, 206.

-, See also Barker, John.

Parkhurst (Packhurst), John, a commissioner for Prizes, 124, 126, 137, 258.

Parks, Richard, quarter-master, halfpay for, 447.

Parr, Nathaniel, tidesman, London port, 270.

-, William, quarter-master, halfpay for, 397.

Parran, John, Receiver General of taxes co. Oxford, 183, 323.

Parris. See Paris.

Parrott (Parrot), Customs riding officer, 6, 163, 168.

-, John, lieutenant in the Marquis de Puissar's regiment, half-pay for, 156.

Parry, David, waiter and searcher at Holyhead, 245.

-, Francis, a Commissioner of Excise, 385; et al., proposals for the farm of the Excise, 76, 77, 78, 87, 88.

-, Richard, surveyor general of taxes cos. Anglesea, Carnarvon and Merioneth, 244.

Parsons (Parson), Anthony, auditor of the Land Revenue, 117, 135, 222, 230, 239, 240, 440, 441.

-, Edward, agent in Montserrat to colonel Codrington, 278; tobacco duty owing by, 210.

-, Sir John, proposal for managing the Excise and Salt duties, 87.

-, Richard, weighing porter, London port, 254.

-, Robert, captain in the Duke of Bolton's regiment, half-pay for, 448.

-, -, weighing porter, London port, 254.

-, William, King's waiter, London port, 123, 125.

Partridge, John, ensign, half-pay for, 449.

-, William, smith, ironwork for Hyde Park, 294.

Pascall (Pascal), , pension for, 146.

-, John, officer for managing the arrears of prizes, 10, 13, 124, 126, 137, 258.

Passwater, John, payment to for carrying letters, 405.

Passy, , pension for, 145.

Passy, du, pension for, 147.

Paston, William, 2nd Earl of Yarmouth, Treasurer of the Household to Charles II, 354.

Pasturel, , pension for, 145.

Patella, John, et al., adjutants in the first Marine Regiment, pay for, 137.

Paterson, Robert, Customs supervising riding officer, 167.

-, See also Patterson.

Patilo, John, first lieutenant of marines, half-pay for, 452.

Patrickson, Richard, searcher, Carlisle port, 311.

Pattee, Stephen, preventive officer, 171.

Patterson, , complaint against H. Baker, 423.

Pattison, , 114.

Patuxent. See Potuxan.

Paul, , widow, charity for, 374.

Pauls, , monsieur, resident from the King of Denmark, 166.

Pauncefort, , 1, 71, 113, 118, 119, 233.

Pavey, James, searcher, Ipswich port, 185; customer, Ipswich port, 363.

Pay, Pierre du, pension for, 145.

Payne (Pain, Paine), George, first lieutenant in colonel Russell's regiment half-pay for, 451.

-, John, tidesman, Plymouth port, 196.

-, Richard, tidesman, London port, 171.

-, Thomas, a serjeant-at-arms, 193.

Paynter, James, lieutenant in colonel Colt's regiment, half-pay for, 452.

Pearce. See Pierce.

Pearson, John, cornet, half-pay for, 447.

Peck [? Pett], co. Sussex, 115.

Peck, Harry, ensign, half-pay for, 154.

Peckham, Thomas, prosecution of, 115.

Pedybank, co. Durham, 421.

Peeling. See Pilling.

Peirce. See Pierce.

Pejeou, Gasper, pension for, 146.

Pelat, , pension for, 144.

-, Peter, pension for, 146.

Pelham, Henry, clerk of the Pells, 317.

-, John, a clerk of the Exchequer, 26.

Pelisier, Lovis de, pension for, 144.

Pellen, Benjamin, ensign in colonel St. John's regiment, half-pay for, 152.

Pellisier,, pension for, 142.

-, -, captain in the Earl of Lifford's French regiment, pay for, 336.

Pelly, Henry, a miner sent to the West Indies, 279.

Pembroke, county of, Receiver General of assessments etc., 137, 325; surveyor of taxes for, 244.

Pembroke and Montgomery, Earl of. See Herbert, T.

Pembruge, Charles, warehousekeeper to be landwaiter, Bristol port, 313.

Pendennis Castle, co. Cornwall, 330.

Pendrill, Eleanor, royal bounty for, 372.

Penford, , Mrs., bill drawn on, 255.

Penkelly, co. Brecon, hundred of, assessments, 140.

Penn (Pen), William, prosecution of, 73.

-, -, Proprietor and Governor of Pennsylvania, 140.

Pennington,, 1.

-, Thomas, King's waiter, London port, 338.

Pennsylvania, 106.
-, chaplain for. See Evans, E.
-, collector of Customs in, instructions to, 381.
-, expedition to, 241.
-, Proprietor and Governor of. See Penn, W.
-, protestant divine and schoolmaster for, 402, 417, 418, 446. See also Thomas, J.
-, quit rents in, payment out of, 356.
-, revenue of one penny per pound on the coastal trade of, 402.

Penryn, co. Cornwall, 328; collector at. See Harry, E.; Strong, J.

Penzance, co. Cornwall, 427; collector at. See Bolitho, J.; Williams, J.

Pepin,, pension for, 144.

Peppett or Poppett, Bethel, agent to the pensioners at Tynemouth Castle, 132.

Pepys, Arthur, lieutenant in the Earl of Denbigh's regiment, half-pay for, 448.

Percivall, Charles, lieutenant in major general Stewart's regiment, halfpay for, 397.

Pereira (Pereyra), Isaac, 65, 345; payment to, 85; petition of, 106, 406.

Pereman, James, a close near Windsor purchased from, 216.

Perigert, , Mrs., charity for, 375.

Perint, Estienne, pension for, 146.

Perking, William, a redeemed captive, 178.

Perkins, , lady, estate of Sir W. Perkins, 94.

-, John, lieutenant in colonel Lloyd's regiment, half-pay for, 451.

Perris,, ensign in the Earl of Lifford's French regiment, half-pay for, 336.

Perrot, , lieutenant in the Marquis de Puissar's regiment, half-pay for, 398.

Perry, , servant to the late Queen, salary, 373.

-, -, colonel, 117.

-, John, quarter-master, half-pay for, 451.

-, Mervin, chaplain in Lord Portmore's regiment, half-pay for, 454.

Perth Amboy (Port Amboy), New Jersey, 57, 58, 105, 396; collectors at. See Coker, T.; Goodman, C.

Persehouse (Pershouse), Peter, a serjeantat-arms attending the Speaker of the House of Peers, 63, 271.

Peterborough, Earl of. See Mordaunt, Henry.

Peterborough, Countess of. See Mordaunt, P.

Peterman, Rose or Roth, King's waiter, London port, 138, 404.

Peters,, employment of, 85.

-, John, lieutenant, half-pay for, 397.

-, Robert, Receiver General of taxes, co. Hertford, 183, 325.

Peterson alias Peters, Henry, master of the John galley, 137, 172.

Petit, , captain, engineer, pay for, 100.

-, -, le, pension for, 147.

-, Lewis, captain, standing ensign and lieutenant in brigadier Belcastle's regiment, 376.

-, Susanna, royal bounty for, 372.

Petit Bosc. See Bosc.

Petit des Etangs. See Etangs.

Petitot, Estienne, pension for, 143.

Petry, John, major, half-pay for, 447.

Pett. See Peck.

Petter, George, judgment against, 389.

-, John, chaplain of major general Lumley's regiment, 430.

Petty, William, porter and tidesman at Whitehaven, 275.

Pevensey, co. Sussex, 168.

Peverell, co. Devon, honor of, 396.

Peyster, Abr. de, merchant, of New York, payment to, 242.

Peyton, Sir John, captain, half-pay for, 397.

Philadelphia, English Church in, petition of, 356; Customs collector at. See Bewley, J.; See also Lewis; Newcastle.

Philipstown, Ireland, 366.

Phillip, Hugh, lieutenant, half-pay for, 451.

Phillips (Philips), , lease of English Combe Farm, 122.

-, George, commander of the Eaton frigate, 337.

-, -, cornet, half-pay for, 447.

-, Henry, first lieutenant of marines, half-pay for, 452.

-, John, captain of marines, halfpay for, 50, 53, 57, 288, 299, 453.

-, Phabian, quarter-master, halfpay for, 447.

-, Robert, royal bounty for, 51, 286, 339.

-, Thomas, captain, half-pay for, 153, 450; petition of, 403.

-, -, lease of tenements in Stratton, 230.

Philpott (Philpot), John, adjutant, halfpay for, 154.

-, -, servant to the Groom Porter, petition of, 208; payment to for attending the House of Peers, 410.

Phoenix Park, co. Dublin, 141.

Pickance, Daniel, master of the Nightingale of Chester, 342.

Pickering, Gilbert, lieutenant, half-pay for, 449.

-, John, surety for Mason, 48.

Pickett, Samuel, chaplain, half-pay for, 448.

Pickin, Ralph, lieutenant, half-pay for, 153.

Piedmont, Italy, 192; officers from, 37; regiment of dragoons from, 274; French officers in, 257.

Pierce (Pearce, Peirce), , Customs officer for guarding the coast, 163.

-, John, lieutenant, half-pay for, 153.

-, Richard, Customs informant, 380.

-, -, undersearcher, London port, 128.

Pierre, , servant to the late Queen, salary, 373.

-, James, captain, robberies committed by the soldiers of, 233.

Pierre du Pay. See Pay.

Pierrepont, William, Earl of Kingstonupon-Hull, late justice in Eyre, Trent North, 235.

Piers, Thomas, lieutenant, half-pay for, 449.

Pigg, William, watchman in fee, London port, 383.

Pigott, Jane, royal bounty for, 372.

-, Walter, half-pay for, 450.

Pilcher,, in custody, 113, 114.

Pilkington, Free Gift, wife of Richard, petition of, 359.

-, Richard, late postmaster and deputy postmaster of Ipswich, 175, 359.

Pilling (Peeling), co. Lancaster, 234.

Pilot, Josua, lieutenant, half-pay for, 153.

Pinchinat, , pension for, 145.

Pinkney (Pinckney), Charles, chaplain, half-pay for, 447.

-, alias Bodingham, , Mris., payment to, 107.

Pinneau, , pension for, 142.

Pinnock, Richard, lieutenant in colonel Saunderson's regiment, half-pay for, 449.

Pinsent, Robert, captain in colonel Hamilton's regiment, half-pay for, 397.

Pinsun, , pension for, 142.

Piozat,, pension for, 147.

Pippin, John, ensign in the Duke of Bolton's regiment, half-pay for, 448.

Pitman, Daniel, tidesman, London port, 427.

-, Samuel, captain in colonel Farrington's regiment, half-pay for, 450.

Pitt, John, captain of an independent company, half-pay for, 320, 450.

Plafaye, , pension for, 142.

Plantamour, Philip, to remain at Berlin for the King's service, 354; ordinary and bill of extraordinaries for, 443.

Plarn, Henry, second lieutenant in captain Holt's regiment, half-pay for, 451.

Platt or Plott, John, surveyor waiter and searcher at Fowey, dismissed, 125.

Plessis,du, pension for, 147.

Plessy, Lewis de, quarter-master, half-pay for, 453.

Plomley, Francis, tidesman at Bristol to be landwaiter at Minehead, 318.

-, John, King's waiter, Bristol, 321.

Plunkett, , Mrs., servant to the late Queen, salary, 373.

-, James, captain of marines, 33, 98, 159, 210, 240, 383; half-pay for, 453.

Plymouth, co. Devon, 1, 121, 125, 130, 158, 163, 173, 196, 210, 212, 238, 245, 254, 315, 427.
-, castle, surrender of, 126.
-, comptroller of. See Ashe, E.
-, customer of. See Warren, R.
-, garrison at, 91.
-, harbour, Wilcove in, 130.
-, landwaiter at. See Harvey, S.
-, St. Nicholas Island at, 330.
-, searcher at. See Latton, J.

Pockley, Lancelot, annuity of, 248.

Pointon (Poynton), co. Lincoln, Cow Pasture alias Gosdales in, lease of, 215.

Poland, King of, envoy extraordinary from. See Bosen.

Pole, , major general, regiment of, 397.

Polhill, David, high steward of the honor of Oxford, 227, 268.

Pollexfen, John, commissioner for Trade, 198, 367.

Polstead, Ezekiel, surveyor of the duties on Houses and on Marriages, 131.

Poncet, Guillaume de, pension for, 144.

Pontbisson, Jacques, pension for, 143.

Pontelle, Charles le, lieutenant, half-pay for, 155.

Pontereau, Francois, pension for, 145.

Ponthieu, , pension for, 147.

Poole, co. Dorset, 171, 182, 209, 233, 321, 324, 383, 391; comptroller of. See Smith, N.; customer of. See Congreve, W.; Sanson, J.

Poole, Humphrey, quarter-master, halfpay for, 447.

-, Mathew, lieutenant, half-pay for, 154.

Pope, George of Looe, judgment against, 108; petition of, 317; remission of a fine against, 412, 421.

-, Thomas, Customs riding officer, 168.

-, William, labourer, convicted for transporting wool, 126.

Poppett. See Peppett.

Popple, William, secretary to the commissioners for Trade, 46, 51, 198, 211, 217, 250, 288, 337, 367, 416.

Pordam, George, lieutenant in colonel Coote's regiment, half-pay for, 449.

Portall,, pension for, 143.

Porter, John, captain, half-pay for, 156.

-, Thomas, captain, half-pay for, 448.

Portland, co. Dorset, castle, garrison at, 330.

Portland, Earl of. See Bentinck, W.

Portmore, Earl of. See Colyear, D.

Portsmouth, co. Southampton, 219, 282, 317; garrison at, 91, 330; master builder of the Navy at, 231; Navy commissioner at. See Greenhill, H.; regiments at, 69, 348, 402.

Portugal, ambassador in. See Fanshaw, R.; King of, envoy extraordinary to. See Methuen, P.

Portumnia, co. Galway, barracks at, 366.

Pottenger, John, comptroller of the Pipe. 195, 239.

Potter, Nathaniel, lieutenant in colonel Saunderson's regiment, half-pay for, 449.

Potuxan (Patuxent) River, Maryland, collector at. See Blackiston, R.; Jennings, P.; Muschamp, G.

Poulce. See Pulse.

Poulett, Charles, 1st Duke of Bolton, regiment of, 320; disbanded on half-pay, 448.

-, -, 2nd Duke of Bolton, Warden of New Forest, 48, 250; a Lord Justice of Ireland, 196; payment to, 373; regiment of, 278.

Poulton, co. Lancaster, customs establish ment at, 161, 234, 427.

Poulton, Jean, et al., petition of, 137, 138.

Povey (Povy), , captain of marines, 61, 355; complaints against, 341.

-, John, a Clerk of the Privy Council, 25, 56, 177, 198, 291, 332; deputy to the auditor of the Plantations, 240, 357.

-, Richard, a Commissioner for Sick and Wounded, 116, 117.

-, Thomas, royal bounty for, 51, 171, 286, 339.

Powell, Henry, kitchen clerk, to attend the King in Holland, 393.

-, John, captain, half-pay for, 448.

-, Jonathan, collector of Excise, 131.

-, Samuel, a Serjeant-at-Arms, 193, 404, 425.

-, William, King's waiter, London port, 133, 316; resigned, 300.

Power,, of the Post Office, 89.

Pownall, Thomas, lieutenant colonel, half-pay for, 447.

Powney, Henry, lieutenant, half-pay for, 447.

-, John, impropriator in fee of the rectory of Old and New Windsor, 232, 245.

Powys,, 63, 119.

-, Richard, assignment of a debt to, 378.

-, -, comptroller of Lynn Regis port, 304.

Poyke, Richard, late one of the clerks of the Cheque to the messengers of the Chamber, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 222, 303.

Poynton. See Pointon.

Prat,du, pension for, 145.

Pratt,, Dr., payment to, 57, 304.

-, John, lieutenant in major general T. Erle's regiment, half-pay for, 448.

-, -, town major of Berwick, salary, 430.

Prela, Count de, ambassador extraordinary from the Duke of Savoy, gift of a picture to, 290.

Prescott, Henry, wine taster, London port, 272, 281.

-, John, deceased, late surveyor etc. in Isle of Man, 302.

Presgrave,, 44.

Pressac,, pension for, 147.

Prestatyn, co. Flint, hundred of, 270, 414.

Preston, co. Lancaster, 371, 396.

Preston, Viscount. See Graham, Edward; Graham, Sir Richard.

Prestwich,, lady, charity for, 374.

Pretty, Thomas, second lieutenant of marines, half-pay for, 452.

Prettyman, William, captain, half-pay for, 447.

Price,, security for . Mason, 74.

-, Herbert, adjutant, half-pay for, 151.

-, John, ensign, half-pay for, 155.

-, -, Receiver General of the revenue in Ireland, 401.

-, Nicholas, lieutenant colonel, halfpay for, 153.

-, Thomas, town major of Dublin, 61, 325.

-, -, major, half-pay for, 151.

Pride, Hugh, surety for S. Pride, 329, 384.

-, Shadrack or Strudwick, late collector of Hearthmoney, 329, 384.

Prideaux, Ellen, royal bounty for, 372.

Primaudaye, la, pension for, 147.

Primrose, Archibald, cornet, half-pay for, 454.

Prior (Pryor), Mathew, secretary to the embassy in France, 86, 205, 207, 293, 351, 393; royal bounty for, 25, 360.

Proby, William, captain-lieutenant, halfpay for, 155.

Proger (Progers), Edward, keeper of the Middle Park, Hampton Court, 178, 191.

Prou,, pension for, 147.

Provost, John, merchant, petition of, 404.

Pryor. See Prior.

Puckley, Richard, weighing porter at Plymouth, 125.

Puichenin,, pension for, 144.

Puissar (Puissars, Puysare), Marquis de, regiment of, 156, 378, 398.

Pujor, Lovis, pension for, 146.

Pulborough, co. Sussex, 262; rector of, 276.

Pulleyn, Thomas, master of the studs to the King, 225.

Pulse (Poulce), [Daniel], servant to the late Queen, 373.

Pultney,, 50.

-, Charles, 48.

-, John, of the Inner Temple, 276, 277.

Purvis, Archibald, first lieutenant of marines, half-pay for, 452.

Puysare. See Puissar.

Py, Richard, captain of a company of grenadiers, 211.

Pyewell, William, lieutenant, half-pay for, 449.

Pyke, Robert, lieutenant, half-pay for, 450.

Pyle, Edward, woodward of New Forest, 400, 412.

-, -, lieutenant, half-pay for, 448.

-, Francis, ensign, half-pay for, 155.

Pyne. Nicholas, lieutenant, half-pay for, 152.