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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 2, 1667-1668. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1905.

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Packe (Pack), Samuel, 176, 197.

Packer, James. See Parker.
-, -, Peter, 193.
-, -, Philip, Paymaster of the Works, 246, 362, 366, 427, 429, 445, 456, 458, 463, 486, 587, 591, 621, 624, 641.
-, -, Robert, Usher of the Receipt of the Exchequer, 165, 173, 188, 213, 274, 586.
-, -, William, Usher of the Receipt of the Exchequer, 13, 43, 120, 152, 165, 173, 180, 188, 213, 502, 586, 594, 605, 628, 637.

Page, Gregory, 176, 197.
-, -, Thomas, 342.

Pages of Honour. See Royal Bedchamber.

Paget, Col., 426.
-, -, Justinian (of the King's Bench), 111.
-, -, William, 6th Lord Paget de Beaudesert, 423, 427, 437, 450, 459, 466, 610.

Paine. See Payne.

Painter. See Paynter.

Palace. See King's houses.

Pall Mall, keeper of. See Dupuy, H.

Pallin. See Papillon.

Palmer, Sir Edward, 277.
-, -, Elia (farthings), 434, 436, 438, 497.
-, -, Sir Geoffry, Attorney General, 571, 585; loans, 180, 482.
-, -, Sir Henry, bart., 585.
-, -, Sir Philip, 536, 571, 594, 624.
-, -, Sir Roger, 348, 585; Cofferer of the Household to Charles I.
-, -, Thomas (Collector of Newcastle), 63.
-, -, William (Collector of Firehearths), 178.

Panton (Penton), Col. Thomas, 437, 469, 631, 638.

Pannage, 131.

Papillon (Pallin), Thomas, 231, 235, 250, 253, 484, 519, 520, 524, 525.

Paramore, Philip, Lieutenant, 612, 617.

Pargiter, Francis, alum farmer, 528, 568.

Parker, Capt., 362.
-, - (Packer), James, keeper of Armoury at Westminster, 571, 593.
-, -, Richard, stores, 569.
-, -, Thomas, 551.

Parliament Acts, 126, 348, 380, 442, 505, 568, 578, 579, 616, 629.
-, -,-, public, 156.
-, -, applications to, 472.
-, -, grants by, accounts of, in the Exchequer, 525.
-, - Houses, incidents for, 608.
-, - Members, 44, 122.
-, -,-, acting as Farmers of Excise, 354.
-, - privilege, 119, 250.
-, - proceedings as to Hearth money, 296.
-, - Statute Book, 11, 337, 348.

Parnell, Thomas (King's letter carrier), 159.

Parret, Richard, 144 (see Perrot).

Parsons (Persons), Auditor Anthony, 20, 21, 25, 26, 29, 57, 83, 85, 87, 89, 90, 150, 223, 255 (deputy of 267), 295, 304, 307, 314, 315, 317, 356, 367, 380, 405, 448, 499, 554, 564, 595, 641.

Particulars. See Bag.

Passes, 517.

Paston, Sir Robert, Wood farm, 34, 56, 72, 74, 79, 81, 82, 84, 86, 88, 97, 104, 106, 108, 118, 122, 142, 195, 196, 198, 221, 224, 225, 226, 229, 287, 293, 443, 466, 515.
-, -, Mr. (discovery), 316.

Patent Office, 441.

Patents, Clerk of the, 212, 251 (see Pigott, Sir R.)

Patrick, Dr. Symon (loan), 172, 529, 596.
-, -, John (vicar, loan), 174; Father, 393, 394.
-, -, Mr., 243.

Patrington (Yorks), 567

Paulet (Pawlett, Powlett, Poulet), Charles, 259.
-, -, -, Lord St. John, of Basing, afterwards 6th Marquess of Winchester (son of 5th Marquess of Winchester), 225, 274, 285, 298, 299, 308, 309, 361, 364, 381, 539, 550.
-, -, -, son of Lord Charles, brother of Marquess of Winchester, 552.
-, -, Chideock, Keeper of Privy Gallery, Whitehall, 601.
-, -, Captain Henry, Governor of Calshot Castle, 455, 472, 631, 632.
-, -, John, 631.
-, -, -, 5th Marquess of Winchester (162974), 379, 552.
-, -, Mrs., of Ludlow, 251.
-, -, William, 113, 200, 205.

Payman, Samuel, 147.

Payne (Pain, Paine), Halbert (Liverpool), 394, 410, 443, 445, 446, 600.
-, - [John], of the King's Remembrancer's Office, 217, 221, 279, 439; Attorney in the Exchequer, 300.
-, -, Thomas, Serjeant-at-Arms, 548, 610.

Paynter, Humfry, King's chirurgeon, 549, 620.

Peace, Clerks of, 268, 286, 342, 343, 583.
-, -, Justices of, 369, 438.
-, -, -, Treasury appealing to, 266, 438.
-, -, - action as to Excise. See Excise, Hearth, &c., &c.
-, - with Dutch, 51, 69.
-, - with France, 345.

Peacock, John, Excise Farmer, co. Berks, 190.

Peake, Mr., 349.

Pearce (Peirce, Pearse, Purse), James, 36, 171, 256.
-, -, Mr. (of Somerset House Chapel), 235.

Pearls, 424, 428, 429, 435, 451, 618, 627.

Pearson (Pierson), Dr. John, 162.

Peirce (Pearson), See Pearce; Pearson.

Pemberton, Miles, 129.

Pemble, John, 176, 203, 206; stores, 569.

Pembroke, 67, 218.
-, -, Commissioners for Aids, 179.
-, -, Hearth money Receivers, 46, 66, 173, 349.
-, -, Receivers of Taxes, 22, 349, 366, 588, 640, 645.
-, -, Earl of. See Herbert. P.

Pendrell, George, pension, 97, 190.
-, -, Humphrey, pension, 97, 190.
-, -, John, pension, 97, 190.
-, -, Richard, pension, 97, 190.
-, -, William, pension, 97, 190.

Pendrels (the) pension, 97.

Pendennis Castle, garrison payments, 72, 60. 67, 70, 157, 181, 277, 279, 283, 305, 318, 346, 553, 583, 587, 603, 610, 611, 616, 640; (Governor of. See Arundell, Richard).
-, -,-,-, account of, 180

Peniston, Sir Thomas, 358.

Penkelly (Hundred, Brecon), 627.

Penmaine manor, Duchy of Cornwall, 605.

Penn, Sir William, 184, 492, 512.

Pennyman, James, of Grimsby, Cleveland, Yorks, discharge of Baronet fee, 200.
-, -, Thomas, 330.

Pensions, establishment or list, revision of (and dormant warrants), 410, 4345, 437, 450, 452, 454, 456, 461, 469, 470, 474, 580, 581.
-, -, list of (reference to), 31, 322, 337, 3423, 344, 345, 359.
-, - paid by Cofferer, 52.
-, - paid by Receivers of Revenue, 51, 575, 576, 577.
-, -, stop of payment of, and salaries, 32, 55, 74, 76, 223, 230, 251, 252, 288, 309, 335, 336 (1668 May), 383, 562: for year of suspension, see Suspension.
-, -, 6,000l. for (1668), 323, 324, 3278, 330.
-, - See:
-, Andover, Viscount.
-, Archer, P.
-, Ball, John.
-, Baron, H.
-, Bath, Earl of.
-, Bennett, Sir John.
-, Blagg, Mary.
-, Boynton, Isabel.
-, -, Mrs. K.
-, Bray. L.
-, Brentford, Countess of.
-, Brett, Capt. Richd.
-, Bristol, Earl of.
-, Brouncker, R.
-, Burges, Col. Fr.
-, Burley, Elizabeth.
-, Byron, Lady D.
-, Cambridge, Duke of.
-, -, James, Duke of.
-, - University.
-, Capell, Mr. E.
-, Carlisle, Earl of.
-, Chandos. Lord.
-, Clerges, Sir T.
-, Clifford, Mrs.
-, Clifton and Dartmouth Hardness (borough of).
-, Cloberry, Sir Jo.
-, Coningsby, Juliana (Mrs. Hext).
-, See Cornwallis, Lady.
-, Darcy, Lord.
-, Dartmouth.
-, Derby, Countess of.
-, Doyly, Sir W.
-, Dysart, Countess of.
-, Emmanuel College.
-, Estoll, Mr.
-, Eton College.
-, Fincher, Col. R.
-, Fisher, Capt. (daughters of).
-, Fitchett, W.
-, Fitz Gerard, Col.
-, Fox, Somerset.
-, Gascoigne, Sir Bernard.
-, Gifford, Charles.
-, Golding, A.
-, Gorges, Dr.
-, Grays Inn.
-, Halsnoth, Joan.
-, Hewit, J.
-, Hext, Mrs. Jul.
-, Hudson (widow) Elizabeth.
-, Hyde, Dr.
-, Killegrew, T.
-, Knight, Sir Ra.
-, Lane, Mrs. (Lady Fisher).
-, Langhorn, Mr. Rowland.
-, -, Mrs.
-, Lauderdale, Earl of.
-, Lawson, Eliz. and Ann.
-, Lely, Mr. [P.]
-, Lichfield Cathedral.
-, Long, James.
-, Mansell, Francis.
-, Massonet, P.
-, Monmouth, Duke of.
-, Morrice, W. junr.
-, Nottingham, Earl of.
-, Oxford (Lady Margaret).
-, Pendrell, George.
-, -, Humphry.
-, -, John.
-, -, Richard.
-, -, William.
-, Peterborough, Earl of.
-, Portland, Lady.
-, Prince Rupert.
-, Read, Priscilla.
-, Richmond, Duke of.
-, Rochester, Earl of.
-, Rosse, Capt.
-, St. Albans, Earl of.
-, St. Botolphs.
-, St. John Baptist.
-, St. Magnus.
-, St. Martin's in the Field.
-, St. Ravy, Sir William.
-, Sayers, Lady.
-, Scot, Sir E.
-, Skelton, Mr.
-, Slaughter, Mrs.
-, See Southwell, schoolmaster of.
-, Swan, R.
-, Tethersall, Capt. Nic.
-, Tomkins, R.
-, Troutbeck, Dr. John.
-, Tyrringham, Capt. F.
-, Vanderdowse, Mr.
-, Vaughan, Richard.
-, Villiers. Dame Barbara.
-, Wentworth, Lady.
-, Whitgrave, Thomas.
-, Windham, Thomas.
-, Withers, Eleanor.
-, Wyndham, Mrs. Anne.
-, Yates, Elizabeth.

Penton. See Panton.

Pepper, 95, 103.

Pepper, Mr., 471.

Pepys (Pepis), Samuel, Clerk of the Acts, and Treasurer of Tangier, 13, 47, 53, 70, 76, 83, 105, 107, 111, 115, 119, 121, 144, 151, 155, 158, 184, 216, 217, 218, 220, 231, 243, 253, 254, 262, 271, 272, 312, 318, 319, 321, 339, 359, 382, 391, 403, 412, 413, 420, 423, 4256, 431, 435, 438, 444, 447, 451, 456, 476, 480, 484, 489, 512, 562, 576, 638, 643. For issues to, for Tangier, see Tangier.

Percevall (Peircevall), Mr., waggon conductor, 422.

Perfume, 188.

Perin. See Perrin.

Perinant (Pernant), Gratian, 228.
-, -, Mr. (Solicitor for Aids, London), 111.

Perinchief, Dr. (loan), 173.

Perkin, Mr., 139.

Perkins, Samuel, Privy Gardens, 454, 637.

Perquisites, abolition of, 383, 392, 469.

Perrin1 (Peryn, Perryn, Perin, Perne), Henry, 168, 551, 569.
-, -, John, Undersearcher of London, 105, 194, 342, 348, 355.
-, -,- (Receiver of Hearth money, cos. Hunts and Lincoln), 50, 114, 127, 175, 205, 219, 222, 250, 257, 270, 278, 301, 376, 377, 379, 386, 534, 536, 594, 597, 600.

Perrot (Parrot), Sir Herb., Collector of Eighteen months' tax, co. Hereford, 144.

Perry (Pery), James, 330.
-, -, John, Collector of Aids for town of Kingsland, co. Hereford, 185.
-, -, John, French tonnage, 384.
-, -, Matthew, French tonnage, 373, 384, 387, 391.

Persia, factors [of King of], 283, 486, 288, 289, 293, 540.

Pershore hundred (co. Worcester), 16.

Persons. See Parsons.

Peterborough Aids, Commissioners for, 69, 179.
-, -, Earl of. See Mordaunt, Henry.
-, -, tenths collectors, etc., 192, 203.

Pett, widow, 92.

Petts, Mr., 114.

Petworth (Sussex), 37, 171, 538.

Peyton, Sir Thomas, 249, 384, 391, 637.

Phelipps. See Philips.

Philips (Phelips, Phillipps, &c.), John, an Auditor of the Exchequer Court, 5, 6, 12, 21, 23, 24, 34, 44, 72, 73, 74, 76, 77, 82, 91, 125, 144, 145, 148, 149, 150, 173, 181, 184, 228, 231, 243, 253, 255, 260, 268, 298, 299, 318, 331, 378, 379, 386, 395, 408, 409, 440, 448, 472, 498, 534, 594, 595, 641; deputy (deputies), 76, 127, 135.
-, -, Col., 144.
-, -, Fabian, 277, 321.
-, -, Henry, master carver in wood, 546, 617.
-, -, Mr., 32 (a witness), 443.
-, -, - (of Kempton Park), 27.
-, -, Robert, 212, 374.
-, -,-, Groom of the Bedchamber, 544, 585; Col., 590.
-, -, Thomas (Collector, Brecon), 627.
-, -,-, King's waiter, London port, 621, 633.
-, -,-, (loan), 543; King's Apothecary, 549, 617, 618.

Phisique Garden, 472.

Philpot (Fillpott, Philpott), Henry, 69, 91, 111, 139.

Picarne, Charles, falconer, 601, 602.

Pictures, 351, 357, 382, 598.

Pieces of Eight, 5, 9, 284, 310, 312.

Piedmont and Waldenses, question of money collected for, 64, 67; see Grey, Ed., 214, 242, 248, 267, 285, 291, 298, 314, 365, 442, 444, 450, 5245, 565, 624.

Pierrepont, Henry, Marquess of Dorchester (loan), 167, 596.

Pight, Richard, 102, 340, 344, 482; discoveries of moneys, 582.

Pigot (Piggot), Mr., 71.
-, -, Sir Richard, 62, 121, 134, 226, (Clerk of the Patents, 258), 336, 343; Chimney Farmer, 361, 516.

Pike. See Pyke.

Pilton (priory of) (Devon), 312, 565.

Pindar, Mr. (one of the Six Clerks), 237, 240.

Ping, John, 191.

Pinkny, Pinckney, widow, Elizabeth, 86 (187 royal bounty), 220, 359, 511, 517, 584, 664.
-, -, Charles, King's embroiderer, 559, 610.

Pinsent, Mr., 113.

Pipe Office. See Exchequer Court.

Piper, Thomas, 623.

Pishiobury (Herts), 521.

Pit (Pitt), Thomas, 168, 191, 204; see Pitts, Pitt.

Pitcarne, Mr., 397.

Pitt, Mr., 8; see Pit.

Pitts, Thomas, 551; see Pit.

Pix, trial of. See Mint.

Place (Playse), John, 239, 241, 243, 261, 377.

Plague, the, 50, 58, 89, 90, 155, 235.
-, -, defalcations on Excise, &c., demanded for, 40, 64, 151, 231, 243, 252, 260, 261, 296, 297, 298, 299, 315, 351, 465, 466, 473, 477, 501, 507, 512, 532, 583, 613, 640.

Plantations Council. See Trade (Board of).
-, -, Navigation Act, observation of, pressed upon the Colonial Governors, 198, 2012, 43940.
-, - Trade, fostering of, by destruction of tobacco, 592.

Plate and Jewels. See Jewel House.
-, -,-, deposited in Tower privately, coining of, 70.
-, -, discoveries of. See Discoveries.
-, -, King's plate concealed, 171.
-, -, presents of. See Presents.

Player, Sir Thomas, Chamberlain of London (for the city's loans see London, loans), 5. 30, 31, 34, 35, 37. 41, 45, 47, 48, 49, 52, 58, 73, 75, 79, 81, 85. 94, 95, 121, 128, 133, 140, 148, 152, 153, 154, 156, 211, 216, 217, 224, 225, 226, 232, 233, 247, 254, 260, 263, 276, 332, 335, 374, 376, 377, 426, 482, 491, 511, 522, 523, 528, 529, 530, 536, 538, 571, 633.
-, -,-, loans procured by, 613.
-, -,-, Receiver of Aids for London, 440, 620.
-, -,-, junr., 328.

Playse. See Place.

Pleadall, Mr., 257.

Pley, Mrs. Constance, 509, 645.
-, -, George. of Weymouth, 439, 645.
-, -, Mr. (goods for stores), 184.

Plot discovered, 432, 530, 611.

Plowman, Mathew, Sub-Commissioner of Excise, 231.

Plume. Thomas (loan), 183.

Plummer, Mr., 502.

Plumstead (Kent), 341.

Plunket, Lawrence, 432, 437.

Plymouth (Devon), 63, 84, 185, 188, 440.
-, -, comptroller of, 260, 529.
-, - fortification, purchase of lands for, 94, 180, 593.
-, - garrison, issues for, 36, 38, 56, 65, 66, 67, 69, 119, 130, 135, 165, 172, 178, 179, 189, 203, 210, 221, 277, 279, 283, 286, 287. 288, 521, 524, 553, 583, 587, 603, 611, 616; account of. 180.
-, -, Governor of, 394; See Skelton, Sir J.; Granville, J.
-, -, Mayor of, 439.

Pohock, Mr., 409.

Pointon. See Poynton.

Pointz. See Poyntz.

Polhill (Polehill), William, Receiver of Aids, &c., Kent, 206, 240, 255.

Poll. See Assessments.

Pollard, Mr., Deputy to Auditor Parsons, 247, 356, 380, 501, 503, 631.

Pomegranates, duties on, 188, 515.

Pool, Hundred of, co. Salop [sic for Montgomery], 81.

Poole (Dorset), 103, 109, 204, 206, 590.

Poole (Pool), Sir Courtney, 132, 264.

Pooler, John, Sub-collector for the diocese of Worcester, 116, 192, 203.

Pooley, Sir Edmund (Edward), Searcher of Kent, 3, 80, 244, 302; interim receiver of First Fruits, 76, 368, 378; interim receiver of Crown Revenues for Norfolk and Huntingdon during the suspension of Mr. Jay, 24, 26, 42, 62, 101, 172, 173, 272, 278, 393, 535; a Commissioner of Alienations, 60; Royal bounty, 379, 445, 605, 617, 621.

Porter (Potter), Ann. stores, 569.
-, -, George, 352 (surveyor of London port), 357.
-, -, William, of Berks (Receiver of Firehearths, co. Berks), 24. 44, 56, 57, 78, 94, 128, 184, 308, 334, 335, 390, 391.

Portland, Earl of. See Weston, Thomas.
-, -, Lady. See Weston, Frances.
-, - Isle, stone quarries lease, 435, 438.

Portman, Mr., interest account, 370, 401.

Portskewett ("Purcasset") manor, South Wales, 185, 210.

Portsmouth (Hants), 10, 30, 162, 163, 168, 169, 196, 285, 455, 489, 542, 574.
-, -, Dutch prisoners at, 312.
-, -, fortifications of, 134, 147, 249, 312, 320, 334, 341, 390, 473.
-, -, garrison of, including payments for, 166, 544, 588, 616, 640.
-, -, Godshouse at, 550.
-, -, Governor of. See York, Duke of.
-, -, stores at, 175, 179, 204.
-, - Yard, 427, 429, 432, 433, 434, 436, 614, 618, 620.

Portugal, 234, 287, 308, 562.
-, -, English forces in, 290, 334, 574.
-, -, Envoy in. See Southwell, Sir Robert.
-, -, men-of-war, 574.
-, -, Navigation Act, 198.
-, -, treaty with (1661, June 23), concerning Bombay, 125, 159.
-, -, treaty [between Spain and Portugal, 16678, Feb. 13], 301.
-, -, troops in English pay, 458, 488, 573.

Portuguese ships taken by Dutch, 80.

Post Fines, 122, 145, 148, 151, 155, 215, 249, 267, 452.
-, -,-, in Wales, lease of, 218.
-, -,-, Farmers of, 182, 214, 265, 292, 297, 317, 533, 552; see Clayton, Mr.; Morice, Mr.; Earl of Berkshire; R. Howard.

Post Office, 98.
-, -,-, carrier of the King's letters, 159.
-, -,-, Farm of, 86, 159, 197; see Lord Arlington and Lord Berkeley.
-, -,-,-, abatements and defalcations on, 39, 49, 92, 101, 103, 122, 315, 318, 323, 350, 352, 403, 410, 485, 582, 628, 636.
-, -,-,-, tallies on, and payments out of, 206, 328, 369, 397, 466, 613, 622, 624, 642.
-, -,-, Postmaster (as deputy under the Duke of York), 600; see Arlington, Lord.

Potashes, 581.
-, -, Farm of, 221, 226, 452.

Pott, Widow, 201.

Potter, G., 282, 294. See Porter.
-, -, John, 207.

Potts, Edmund (Solicitor for Essex, Suff. and Herts), 518, 552; (solicitor to Doyly, Sir W., for Aids), 297, 386.

Poulet. See Paulet.

Poulteney (Poultny). See Pulteney.

Poulton (Lancs.), 63.

Poulton, William, falconer, 554, 606.

Poundage, 69, 642.

Povey (Povie), Mr., 47.

Powder office [or manufacture], 398, 401; powder patent, see O'Neal, D.

Powell, Col., 454, 504.
-, -, David, Sheriff of Montgomery and Receiver of Taxes, 69, 91, 244, 247, 253, 292, 300, 303, 346, 349, 351, 395, 396, 399, 543, 570, 5789, 602, 607.
-, -, John (Collector, Brecon), 627.
-, -, Mr. (for Viscount Mordaunt), 133.
-, -, Nathaniel, Sub-collector Diocese of Bristol, 119, 192.
-, -, Rowland, Solicitor of Aids, &c., for London, Kent, &c., 297, 385, 396, 458, 518, 539, 553.

Powick ("Poyt"), Worcester, 182.

Powlett. See Paulet.

Poyer, Elizabeth, 152.

Poynts (Points, Poyns), Francis (for canvas), 175, 396, 569, 601 loans.
-, -, Mr. (Master of Clerkenwell Workhouse), 47.

Pratt, John, 212.
-, - Mr. (Steward of a manor), 267, 316, 533.

Prescott (Prestcott), Mr., 51, 231.

Presents. See Royal Presents.

Pressing. See Navy.

Preston, Thomas, customer of Sandwich, 553, 621, 623, 633; landwaiter for London port, 433, 438, 440, 444.

Prestwich, Edward, 175, 551.

Prestwood, John, 52.

Prettyman (Pretyman), Sir George, 11, 20, 220.
-, -, Sir John, Receiver of First Fruits, 11, 20, 22, 26, 76, 87, 91, 101, 113, 115, 119, 122, 123, 143, 152, 220, 229, 235, 238, 242, 247, 250, 255, 261, 270, 274, 279, 288, 298, 357, 367, 370, 373, 376, 378, 410, 523, 542, 589.
-, -, William, Remembrancer, and interim Receiver of First Fruits and Tenths, 21, 63, 67, 69, 72, 73, 76, 78, 80, 83, 109, 143, 178, 217, 222, 229, 247, 250, 258, 404, 405, 436, 437, 509, 513, 533, 624, 625.

Price, David (agent to John Lloyd), 175.
-, -, Gervase (Jerv.), 102 (Keeper of the King's private Armoury, Whitehall), 159, 598, 605.
-, -, Henrietta Maria, Maid of Honour to the Queen, 503, 544, 642.
-, -, Sir Herbert, 574, 593.
-, -, Humphrey, Collector of the Hundred of Pool, 81.
-, -, John, Sub-collector of the Diocese of Oxford, 192.
-, -, Margaret, 576, 578, 608.
-, -, Mary, 151.
-, -, Thomas (Receiver of Aids and Taxes, co. Hereford), 4, 6, 15, 50, 51, 105, 240, 241, 274, 282, 341, 393, 452.
-, -, -, express from the East India Company from Bombay, royal bounty, 270, 272, 384, 535, 565.

Prices, 149, 220, 232, 407.

Prickman, Mr., 70, 71.

Prideaux, Mr., 132 (Navy business) 264.
-, -, Peter, 54.

Prince Rupert, creation money, 518.
-, -,-, grant of Excise arrears, 588.
-, -,-, lease, 562.
-, -,- mint proposals, 333, 353, 4267, 438, 606.
-, -,-, pension payments, 13, 16, 19, 160, 164, 166, 192, 217, 293, 305, 307, 310, 366, 461, 516, 536, 539.
-, -,-, poll money arrears, 383, 598.
-, -,-, Secretary to, 353. See Hayes, W.
-, -,-, Windsor Forest, 619.

Prisoners, Dutch, in England, 134, 312, 421, 504, 630.
-, -, -, Commissioners for, 421.
-, -, English, in Holland (see Heinsius), 75, 148, 160, 397, 475, 482.
-, -, regulations as to custody of, 7.

Pritchard (Prichard), Thomas, security for Mr. Harris, Receiver of Hearth money for Devon, 86, 311, 315, 387, 474, 475, 486, 597, 640.
-, -, Walter, security for Mr. Harris, Receiver of Hearth money for Devon, 86, 597.

Privilege. See Parliament.
-, -, privileged places, 491.

PRIVY Chamber, Grooms of, 152.
-, - COUNCIL for all Treasury matters, see Treasury (referring, matters to), 224, 239, 242, 243, 265, 266, 267, 268, 274, 276, 277, 279, 286, 288, 290, 291, 298, 299, 304, 325, 329, 339, 344, 345, 413, 418, 422, 441, 461.
-, -,- Chamber, 551.
-, -,-,- keeper. See Cox, G.
-, -,-, clerks of, 32. 90, 189, 190, 244, 273, 350, 470, 476, 505; see Browne, Sir R.; Nicholas, Sir J.; Southwell, Sir R.; Walker, Sir E.
-, -,-, committee meeting with Treasury Lords, 332.
-, -,-, from of warrants to the Treasury, 128, 129.
-, -,-, letters from, to stir up taxes receivers, 394.
-, -,-, Lords of. See Privy Council Board.
-, -,-, meeting, 498.
-, -,-, orders of, 1, 15, 35, 43, 98, 110, 111, 112, 119, 128, 175, 204, 241, 244, 250, 321, 325, 338, 350, 354, 386, 414, 416, 421, 424, 437, 442, 444, 446, 447, 450, 457, 461, 462, 466, 469, 472, 484, 485, 490, 499, 501, 502, 503, 504, 511, 565, 568, 592, 605, 621, 630, 637, 642.
-, -,-, records keeper of. See Ravenscroft, G.
-, -,-, register book in the Treasury, 380, 381.
-, -, Garden, 637.
-, -, PURSE accounts, 312, 315, 563.
-, -,-, assignments of prizes to, 32.
-, -,-, establishment, 565; retrenchment, 572.
-, -,-, issues and loans and docquets for, to Baptist May, 5, 8, 10, 91, 107, 109, 112, 170, 179, 184, 195, 196, 199, 203, 207, 230, 255, 261, 263, 266, 283, 289, 290, 291, 294, 300, 304, 305, 308, 315, 320, 335, 336, 370, 375, 415, 418, 466, 503, 533, 542, 544, 560, 565, 576, 579, 615, 618, 620, 621, 622, 623, 638, 641.
-, -,-, keeper of, 263. See May, Baptist.
-, -,-, question of accounting for healing gold, &c., 230.
-, -,-, New Year's gifts to be paid into, 526.
-, -,-, warrant, signature of, 446.
-, -, SEAL, Lord (see Robartes, John) 23, 99, 142, 150, 212, 232, 236. 256, 263, 266, 272, 276, 277, 278, 280, 295, 337, 368, 373, 383, 408, 435.
-, -,-, authority of, 309; necessary for payments, 431.
-, -,-, allowance of diet to, 184, 223, 518.
-, -,-, fees for, 99, 504, 596.
-, -,-, payments to, 187.

Prizage and Butlerage, Farm of. See Waller, Sir W.
-, -,-, orders, &c. on, 370.
-, -,-, Farmers' allowances to officers of State, &c., 201, 207.
-, -,-, Farm of, 244.

Prizes (ships), 5, 9, 31, 33, 42, 45, 67, 68, 70, 73, 74, 9598, 100, 227, 238.
-, -,-, Commissioners for, 274, 318, 525, 565.
-, -,-,-, Secretary to See Blany, Mr.; Lloyd, Mr.
-, -,-, Customs on, 134, 184.
-, -, goods, 585, 593.
-, -, goods and ships, sale of, by candle, 27, 29, 36.
-, -, in Ireland. See Ireland.
-, -, Lord Ashley's account of, 387, 388.

Prize money, accounts of, 525.
-, -,-, payments out of, 5, 9, 101, 136, 225, 238, 242, 258, 318, 608.

Prize office, 40 (officers of 182).

Probert, Sir George, 111, 113, 201, 205.

Progers, Col. Edward, 61, 78, 116, 139, 266, 369, 414, 431; Groom of the Bedchamber, 475, 481, 527, 532, 538, 544, 585, 589; mews, 639.

Prohibition of imports, see Glasses, 361.

Prohibited goods, 635.

Propagating Gospel. See New England.

Provision money, 129.

Prust, Robert, 112, 113.

Prynn, William, 10, 347, 487, 491; Keeper of Records in the Tower, 544, 555, 599.

Puddle Wharf. See Streets.

Pudsey, Ambrose, outlaw, 524.
-, -, Col., 425.

Pulter, Robert, 517.

Pulteney (Poultney, Poltney), Sir William, 7, 22, 27, 310, 317, 320, 615, 642.

Purbeck quarries (Dorset), 390.

Purefoy, William, Excise Farmer, co. Warwick, 190.

Purse. See Pearce.

Pursell (Purcell), Elizabeth, 568, 593.
-, -, Henry, King's music, 568, 593.
-, -, John, of Montgomery, 334.

Pye, Sir Robert, 229.

Pyford, James, of Snowshill, 215, 295, 526, 528, 536.
-, -, Mr. (land of), 255.

Pyke, George, 64, 130 (Paymaster of the waggons for bringing in Royal Aids), 179, 180, 194, 605.
-, -, Mr., 66, 67, 96, 314.

Pyles (Pyle), Richard, King's chirurgeon, sergeant chirurgeon, 549, 559, 639.

Pyne, Capt., 283.