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P

P., R., disposal of tin in the Tower, 67.

Pace, John, recommended to be a stamper, 108.

Pacey (Pacy), William, Receiver General of Taxes for Norfolk and Yarmouth, 57, 356, 444.

Pack, Ann, pension of, 556.

Packthread, for the work of digesting and ordering the Records in Csar's Chapel in the Tower, 185.

Pacy. See Pacey.

Paddington, co. Middlesex, churchwarden of, pension for, 551; highways at, surveyor of, pension for, 551; tithes of, collector of, pension for, 551.

Paddon, Agnes, apprehended and convicted for burglary, 442.

Padstow, co. Cornwall, tidesmen in, 612.

Pagan, James, tidewaiter at Inverness, 527.

Page, , petition of, 30.

-, Ambrose, surety for Sir Harcourt Masters, 79, 445.

-, Sir Francis, Serjeant at Law, Baron of the Coif of the Exchequer Court, 359, 434, 440.

-, Richard, owner of the manor of Uxendon, 287.

-, -, Richard, son and heir of, 287.

-, Thomas, tenant of a messuage in London, 256.

-, William, quarter master, half pay officer in Ireland, 394.

Pagham Point, co. Sussex, surveyor, waiter and searcher and riding officer for the wool business at, 642.

Painter. See WorksSerjeant Painter.

Palaces. See Royal Palaces.

Palatinate, Germany, Elector Palatine, present of wild boars for the King from, 235; Resident from. See Schmidtman, .
-, officers of, taken prisoner in Spain, 422.
-, poor Palatines, in Ireland, royal bounty for, 88, 510; transportation of, back to Germany, 80, 235, 457.

Palfrey, George, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 402.

Palie, Susanna, pension for, 553.

Palin, Math., ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 398.

Pallie, James, quarter master, half pay officer in Ireland, 393.

Palmer, Anne, prosecuted for clipping and counterfeiting, 490.

-, Elizabeth, executrix of Henry Batchelor, 344.

-, Francis, petition for reward for discovery of abuses in the tobacco trade, 66, 93, 519.

-, Sir Thomas, a Commissioner for stating Army Debts, 170, 241, 379, 492, 529, 574.

-, [William], lieutenant general, Regiment of Dragoons of, 537.

-, William, Surveyor of the Duties on Houses [for Suffolk], 124.

Palmes, Francis, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the King of Poland, 501, 514, 558.

-, Guy, debts of, 39, 65, 317; pension of, 317, 548.

-, William, junior, pension for, 548.

Paltock, Robert, pension of, 556.

Panmure, co. Perth, barony of, 563.

Panmure, Countess of. See Maule, Margaret.

-, Earl of. See Maule, J.

Panting, , and his brother, prosecuted for clipping and counterfeiting, 490.

Pape, William Frederick, pension for, 548.

Paper, duties on. See Customsduties, on soap; Stamp Duties.
-, for Ambassadors, 330, 615.
-, for the Register of the Order of the Garter, 470, 677.
-, for the office of the Removing Wardrobe, 677.
-, for the trial of the Rebels at Westminster, 140.
-, for the work of digesting and ordering the Records in Csar's Chapel in the Tower, 185.
-, gilt, for the Register of the Order of the Garter, 470, 677.

Paper Office. See State Paper Office.

Parchment, duties on. See Hides; for Customs officers, 298; for the work of digesting and ordering the Records in Csar's Chapel in the Tower, 185; stamped, duties on. See Stamp Duties.

Pardaillan, Victoria, pension for, 553.

Pargiter, Edmund, Inspector General of Outports in Scotland, 68, 416.

Paris, France, 46, 91, 164, 372, 422, 502, 503, 625, 635.

Parker, . pension of, 86.

-, -, prosecutor for the Customs Commissioners, 287.

-, Anne, et al., payment to, for apprehending a highway robber, 186.

-, Grace, transported to America, 591.

-, John, petition for stay of process, 92.

-, Miles, Receiver General of Taxes for Oxfordshire, 443.

-, Sir Philip, recommendation by, 104.

-, Thomas, Lord Parker, Lord Chancellor or Keeper of the Great Seal, 352, 364; Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench, 351, 371; annuity for, 351, 381; royal bounty for, 351.

-, -, -, George, son and heir of, annuity for, 338; grant of office of Teller of the Exchequer Receipt, 339, 514.

PARLIAMENT
-, Acts of, concerning
-,-, Accountants, charging interest to (12 Wm. III, c. 11, and 23 Anne, c. 17 [11]), 250.
-,-, Annuities (6 Anne, c. 11 [48]), 412; (1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 19), 154; (3 Geo. I, c. 7), 129, 133, 378, 650; reversionary (1112 Wm. III, c. 3), 605.
-,-, Arms, ammunition, gunpowder, importation of (1 Jas. II, c. 8), 220.
-,-, Army, bills of exchange (as by 3 Geo. I, c. 7, cl. 22), 204. Debts, Commissioners for (3 Geo. I, c. 17), 218. debentures for (3 Geo. I, c. 17), 193; (4 Geo. I, c. 9), 463, 483, 543. payment of (4 Geo. I, c. 9, cl. 8), 463.
-,-, Bank of England (9 Anne, c. 7, and 12 Anne, c. 11), 227; (1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 12), 154, 312, 439, 584, 585; (3 Geo. I, c. 8), 191, 306, 432, 604, 628, 672.
-,-, Churches, Building Fifty new (9 Anne, c. 22 [17]), 164, 199; (1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 23), 531.
-,-, Coals, duties on (45 Anne, c. 6 [18]), 412; (8 Anne, c. 4 [10]), 280; (9 Anne, c. 22 [17]), 199, 531.
-,-, Customs revenue (1 Geo. I, c. 1), 596.
-,-, Dean, Forest of (20 Chas. II, c. 8), 437.
-,-, Deficient Funds (4 Geo. I, c. 1), 428.
-,-, East India Company (9 Wm. III, c. 25, and 44, and 6 Anne, c. 71), 583.
-,-, Exchequer Bills (3 Geo. I, c. 8), 301; exchanged by the Bank of England, payment for (9 Anne, c. 7, and 12 Anne, c. 11), 227.
-,-, Exchequer Receipt, chief clerks in (89 Wm. III, c. 28), 346.
-,-, Excise, 3,700l. per week (23 Anne, c. 3), 557.
-,-, Fidelity, oath of (89 Wm. III, c. 28), 54.
-,-, Forfeited Estates (1 Geo. I, c. 50), 48, 104, 364, 381, 414, 532, 578, 603; (4 Geo. I, c. 8), 68, 436, 532.
-,-, Frauds (14 Chas. II, c. 11), 577.
-,-, Greenwich Hospital, completion of (9 Anne, c. 22), 604, 618.
-,-, Houses, duties on (7 Wm. III, c. 18), 616; (8 Anne, c. 4 [10]), 280.
-,-, Land Tax anno 1718 (4 Geo. 1, c. 1), 349, 578; arrears of (3 Geo. I, c. 4), 78, 442.
-,-, Leather, Duties on (9 Anne, c. 11 [12], and 9 Anne, c. 23 [10 Anne, c. 19]), 512.
-,-, Lotteries, Civil List (12 Anne, c. 11), 176. 1,500,000l. anno 1710 (8 Anne, c. 10), 176, 280. 1,400,000l. anno 1714 (13 Anne, c. 18, and 1 Geo. I, c. 2), 176, 267, 584, 585. General Fund for Redeeming Funds of (3 Geo. I, c. 7), 129, 260, 412, 460, 650, 681.
-,-, Malt, duty on (3 Geo. I, c. 4), 323, 500, 578; (4 Geo. I, c. 3), 295, 335, 337, 339, 639.
-,-, Mint, Coinage Duty (1 Geo. I, c. 43), 511.
-,-, Mutiny [34 Anne, c. 5], 293.
-,-, Naturalization (7 Anne, c. 5), 406.
-,-, Navigation, 558, 571, 590, 636.
-,-, Paper, drawback of duty on (10 Anne, c. 19, cl. 63), 66.
-,-, Public Supplies (3 Geo. I, c. [3]), 161.
-,-, Restraint, 383.
-,-, Sheriffs (3 Geo. I, c. 8, 15 and 16), 78, 141, 186, 478, 595, 604.
-,-, Silks, wrought, from the East Indies, duties on (1112 Wm. III, c. 3), 605.
-,-, South Sea Company (1 Geo I, st. 2, c. 21), 154; (3 Geo. I, c. 9), 427.
-,-, Stamp Duties (1 Anne, st. 2, c. 19), 634.
-,-, Subsidies (4 Geo. I, c. 9), 37.
-,-, Sufferers from the invasion of the French in St. Christopher and Nevis (9 Anne, c. 16, and 10 Anne, c. 41), 596.
-,-, Superiors, etc., in Scotland, encouragement of (1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 20), 532.
-,-, Sweden, prevention of designs of (3 Geo, I, c. 7, cl. 41), 318, 363, 428, 542, 578; prohibition of trade with (3 Geo. I, c. 1), 637.
-,-, Tobacco trade (5 Geo. I, c. 7), 417.
-,-, Tunnage and Poundage (45 Anne, c. 6 [18]), 412.
-,-, Westminster Abbey (9 Anne, c. 17, and 10 Anne, c. 20), 47, 312.
-,-, printing, 377.

-, Houses of, 435; lighting lamps for, 558.

Parma, Duke of, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Davenant, H.

Parr, , 193.

Parrott, William, merchant, 244.

Parry, Jonathan, merchant, 245.

-, -, merchant, 245.

-, Robert, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 398.

-, Thomas, sheriff of Pembrokeshire, 605.

-, Weedon, merchant, 540.

Parsable, James, pension for, 548.

Parsons, , lodgings in Scotland Yard, 184, 268.

-, Duke, deputy Auditor of Imprests, 503, 613.

-, Edward, Receiver General of Taxes for Whitehall, Kensington and St. James's Palaces, 57, 357.

-, Eliz., prosecuted for clipping and counterfeiting, 490.

-, Henry, merchant, 540.

-, John, lease of land in London, 249, 252.

Partington, William, surgeon, half pay officer in Ireland, 395.

Parton, co. Cumberland, waiter and searcher at, 581, 641.

Partridge, Simon, tidesman, superior list, in London, 140.

Pashley, John, petition for extension of lease of land in Market Lane, London, 4, 147.

-, -, Elizabeth, wife of, 4, 147.

Paskoe, Philip, boatman at Falmouth, to be chief boatman of the Salt Duty at Fowey, 459.

Pasquet, Marie, pension for, 548.

Passac, Phillippe de, pension for, 548.

Passaro, Cape, 567.

Passy, Brunet de. See Brunet.

-, Lewis, lieutenant, French pensioner in Ireland, 407.

Paste, for the work of digesting and ordering the Records in Csar's Chapel in the Tower, 185.

Pasteboards, duties on. See Customsduties on soap, etc.

Paston, Charles, Lord Paston, royal bounty for, 86, 494.

Patent searchers. See Customs.

Patents, Clerk of, fees for passing Commission of Excise in Scotland, 416.

Paterson. See Patterson.

Paton, William, pension for, 548.

Patonier, Clement, pension for, 554.

Patrickson, John, copying clerk of the Entries Inwards in London, 508.

Patridge, John, payment for apprehending felons and burglars, 435.

Patshall, , royal bounty for, 121.

Patten, Robert, pension for, 548.

Pattenson, Robert, recommended to be a landwaiter, 43.

Patterson (Paterson), Sir Hugh, of Bannockburn, forfeited estate of, 561.

-, -, Jane, wife of, 89, 561.

-, James, petition of, 94.

-, John, tidesurveyor at Port Glasgow, 523.

-, Thomas, pension of, 153, 475.

Patton, Henry, tidewaiter at Alloa, 318.

Pattrick, John, watchman of the Customs, Scotland, 145.

Paul, , account of the New Subsidy, 602.

-, Franois, pension of, 619.

Paulden, Mrs, petition of, 105.

Pauldon, Rebecca, pension of, 556.

Pauncefort, Edward, Receiver General of Excise, 19, 47, 109, 227, 601.

Pawlet, Pawlett. See Powlett.

Paxton, William, transported to America, 591.

Payne, Robert, distributor of stamped vellum, paper and parchment in Berkshire, 103, 202, 590.

-, -, petition to have affidavits delivered up, 66, 78.

Paynter, James, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 403.

Payzant, , payment for attendance at Hampton Court, 28.

Peach, Mrs. Sarah, necessary woman in the Royal Household, 425, 448, 608.

Peacock, Edward, tidewaiter at Caithness, 145.

Pearce (Pierce), Edward Lovet, cornet, half pay officer in Ireland, 395.

-, Elias, merchant, 245.

-, Rowland, pension of, 556.

-, [Thomas], major general, Regiment of Foot of, 207, 390, 395.

-, William, transported to America, 592.

Pearde, Richard, senior, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 395.

-, -, junior, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 395.

Pearson (Peirson), , of Balmudie, 521.

-, Elizabeth, petition of, 50.

-, George, lease of land in Rosedale, 166.

-, Robert, lease of land in Rosedale, 167.

-, -, junior, lease of land in Rosedale, 167.

-, Thomas, lease of land in Rosedale, 167.

-, -, junior, lease of land in Rosedale, 167.

-, William, tenant of land in Rosedale, 167.

Pease, for the Army in Gibraltar, 232, 233.

Peates, Mary, pension for, 548.

Pechelves, Marie de, pension for, 554.

Peckham, William, sheriff of Sussex, 605.

Peele, Gerard, transported to America, 592.

-, Oliver, waterman in London, 640, 661.

Peers, Sir Charles, a Commissioner of Customs, 666.

Peirson. See Pearson.

Pelham, Henry, Clerk of the Pells, 260, 266, 667.

-, Thomas, a Commissioner of Trade and Plantations, 374, 426, 495, 657.

Pelham-Holles, Thomas, 4th Duke of Newcastle - upon - Tyne, Lord Chamberlain, 70, 76, 98, 100, 159, 200, 265, 294, 323, 414, 419, 451, 470, 499, 516, 540, 581, 596, 634, 646, 679.

Pellet, John, pension for, 548.

Pemberton, Roger, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 388.

Pembroke, county of, Chief Justice of. See Vaughan, R.; Deputy Lieutenants of, 655; Judicial seal for, 521; Justices of the Peace of, 655; Receiver General of Taxes. See Howell, G.; Phillips, J.; Second Justice of. See Beeston, H.; sheriff of. See Parry, T.

Pembroke, Thomas, trustee for the creditors of Guy Palmes, 317.

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

Pembruge, Cha., landwaiter at Bristol, 74.

Penault, Pierre, pension for, 554.

Penavayre (Penavair), Anthony, Surveyor of Duties on Houses for Leicestershire, 269, 455; Surveyor of Duties on Houses for Cheshire, 455.

Pendarves, Alexander, Surveyor General of Crown Lands, 69.

Pendlebury, James, Master Gunner of Great Britain, 290.

Pendock, Philip, Clerk of the Cheque of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 297, 490.

Pengelly, , of the East India Company, 45.

Penknives, for the work of digesting and ordering the Records in Caesar's Chapel in the Tower, 185.

Pennefather, Mathew, Comptroller General and Accomptant General in Ireland, 648.

-, -, Muster Master General of the Forces in Ireland, 393, 407.

Pennington, Thomas, King's waiter in London, 216.

Pennock, William, payment for seals and stamps for the Post Office, 137, 467.

Penny. See Mintcoinage.

Penotiere, Susanna la, pension for, 553.

Penry, Charles, sheriff of Breconshire, 605.

Pens, for Ambassadors, 330, 615; for the Register of the Order of the Garter, 470, 677; for the office of the Removing Wardrobe, 677; for the trial of the Rebels at Westminster, 140; for the work of digesting and ordering the Records in Csar's Chapel in the Tower, 185.

PENSIONS
-, King's private, Paymasters of, 305; account of expenses in the Office of the Cofferer, 331. See also Chetwynde, W.; Clayton, W.
-, out of Excise, 97.
-, on the Civil List, Ireland, 264; on the Establishment, Ireland, 88, 91, 93, 230, 264, 472, 489, 495, 510, 511, 520, 530, 601, 618, 619.
-, out of the Logwood Duty, 152, 194.
-, out of the Post Office, 666.
-, payment of, warrants for, 120.
-, poundage on, 96.
-, Queen Anne's, Paymaster of. See Nicholas, E.
-, names of pensioners, annuitants, etc.
-,-, Abergavenny, Lord.
-,-, Abernathy, Margaret.
-,-, Addison, J.
-,-, Aikman, .
-,-, Albany, minister of.
-,-, Albenas, C. d'.
-,-, Alberac, J. d'.
-,-, Alix, Magdalen.
-,-, Alix, Margaret.
-,-, Alix, Mary.
-,-, Allen, Sir T.
-,-, Allone, A. T. d'.
-,-, Amsterdam, minister at.
-,-, Anderton, J.
-,-, Apia, C.
-,-, Apia, P.
-,-, Armand, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Armstrong, Catherine.
-,-, Armstrong, Mary.
-,-, Arnold, Susannah.
-,-, Ashton, Mary.
-,-, Aspinwall, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Atterbury, T.
-,-, Aubuse, Ann P. d'.
-,-, Audat, J.
-,-, Augier, C.
-,-, Austin, Mary.
-,-, Ayscough, M.
-,-, Bac, Catherine du.
-,-, Bacalan, Isabell de.
-,-, Ballisis, T.
-,-, Balmiere, P.
-,-, Bancons, J.
-,-, Bancont, I.
-,-, Barbot, Charlotte.
-,-, Barbut, F. La Bastide.
-,-, Barricave, Rose.
-,-, Barrow, M.
-,-, Barry, J.
-,-, Barry, R.
-,-, Baru, J.
-,-, Bascoul, D.
-,-, Basoche, D.
-,-, Bassade, J. la.
-,-, Bastin, Martha.
-,-, Batchelor, H.
-,-, Batten, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Battle, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Beaubuisson, Ann.
-,-, Beaubuisson, Jane.
-,-, Beaubuisson, Jane Guenon de.
-,-, Beauchamp, J.
-,-, Beconne, Judith.
-,-, Bedford, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Belcher, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Belgarde, D.
-,-, Bell, Jane.
-,-, Belleau, C. L.
-,-, Bellefons, Henrietta de.
-,-, Bellenden, Lord.
-,-, Benigne, Judith.
-,-, Benson, Susanna.
-,-, Berkeley, Jane.
-,-, Berkshire, Earl of.
-,-, Bessiers, J.
-,-, Bette, Frances de Grandy de.
-,-, Bette, Susanna de.
-,-, Beveridge, Mary.
-,-, Beverley, T.
-,-, Bibal, Elizabeth.
-,-, Bing, Ann.
-,-, Birenhof, J. de.
-,-, Blagny, Mary de.
-,-, Blaignac, Baron de.
-,-, Blance, Susanna de.
-,-, Blossett, P. d'.
-,-, Bois, Marie M. du.
-,-, Boisrousseau, Ann de.
-,-, Boissonade, S. la.
-,-, Boitou, Mary.
-,-, Bonable, Susanne.
-,-, Bondat, J.
-,-, Bonnet, Mary.
-,-, Booth, G.
-,-, Borde, Ann de la.
-,-, Bosch, M.
-,-, Boss, C. du.
-,-, Boucher, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Boucher, Mary.
-,-, Boucherie, J.
-,-, Bourbon, Catherine de.
-,-, Bourdigues, E.
-,-, Bourdigues, M.
-,-, Bowden, Althenia.
-,-, Boyce, W.
-,-, Boyor, J.
-,-, Braguire, J.
-,-, Brandenbourg, Count of.
-,-, Brassalay, J.
-,-, Brassley, . children of.
-,-, Brevil, Mary de.
-,-, Brian, M.
-,-, Brocas, G. L.
-,-, Brotherson, J.
-,-, Brown, E.
-,-, Brown, Sarah.
-,-, Browning, Jane.
-,-, Bruges, Rebecca.
-,-, Brugire, Judith de.
-,-, Bruleray, J.
-,-, Brunet de Passy, Henrietta.
-,-, Brunet de Passy, Margaretta.
-,-, Brunet de Passy, Susanna.
-,-, Buccleuch, Duchess of.
-,-, Buchan, Earl of.
-,-, Bucholtz, C.
-,-, Buck, Catherine.
-,-, Bunce, Williamina.
-,-, Burghill, G.
-,-, Bute, Earl of.
-,-, Butler, T.
-,-, Butler, W.
-,-, Butts, J.
-,-, Byng, P.
-,-, Byron, Lord.
-,-, Cabrol, F.
-,-, Cailland, S.
-,-, Caladon, P.
-,-, Calderwood, W.
-,-, Calvairac, D.
-,-, Cambridge University, Professor of Arabic.
-,-, Cameron, E.
-,-, Campbell, J.
-,-, Canole, E.
-,-, Canole, Mary.
-,-, Cantiran, Susanna de.
-,-, Cassilis, Countess Dowager of.
-,-, Catelet, Camille.
-,-, Cathcart, Lord.
-,-, Cavan, Earl of, son of.
-,-, Cercler, M. La Mottee.
-,-, Ceville [Civil], Hester de.
-,-, Chabanne, Mary de.
-,-, Chabert, S.
-,-, Chabrol, A.
-,-, Chadignac, Mary J. de.
-,-, Chail, Catherine du.
-,-, Chail, Mary du.
-,-, Chainay, Magdalen de la.
-,-, Chainay, Mary de la.
-,-, Chaloner, E.
-,-, Chamberlain, T.
-,-, Chamier. Magdalen.
-,-, Champagne, Marie de.
-,-, Champlaurier, Mary de.
-,-, Champlaurier, Susanna de.
-,-, Chapelle, Charlotte de la.
-,-, Charmois, Henriette du Haut.
-,-, Charon, Mary A. de.
-,-, Chavernay, Lucrece de.
-,-, Chelar, P.
-,-, Chesne, M. du.
-,-, Chesne, P. du.
-,-, Chivre, Cecele H. de.
-,-, Chivre, Helene M. de.
-,-, Christian, Ann.
-,-, Christ's Hospital Foundation.
-,-, Cire, Lewis de.
-,-, Clancarty, Earl and Countess of, children of.
-,-, Clauson, Elinor.
-,-, Clavier, J.
-,-, Clavier, P.
-,-, Clou, Ann de.
-,-, Colepeper, Lord.
-,-, College, Edith.
-,-, Collins, Ann.
-,-, Collins, Martha.
-,-, Colt, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Colt, Sir H. D.
-,-, Combecrose, Marguerite.
-,-, Connock, Alicia.
-,-, Connock, Mary.
-,-, Connock, Philadelphia.
-,-, Conway, Elinor.
-,-, Cook, T.
-,-, Cooper, Agnetta.
-,-, Cormell, Ann de.
-,-, Cornet, Mary.
-,-, Cornwallis, T.
-,-, Cossard, Ann G.
-,-, Cotterell, Sir C.
-,-, Coulom, D.
-,-, Court, Mariane de.
-,-, Coutiers, Judith.
-,-, Craggs, J.
-,-, Crawford, Earl of.
-,-, Cresserous, de.
-,-, Crocker, I.
-,-, Croisette, Margaret de la.
-,-, Crosat, J.
-,-, Cross, J. du.
-,-, Cunningham, Magdalen.
-,-, Dabbadie, D.
-,-, Dacere, Elizabeth M.
-,-, Dagneau, L.
-,-, Dagneau, Mary.
-,-, Dalais, I.
-,-, Dalem, Elizabeth S.
-,-, Dalhousie, Countess Dowager of.
-,-, Dallon, F.
-,-, Dampierre, S.
-,-, Dancourt, Mary.
-,-, Dandre, T.
-,-, Dangeau, Charlotte de.
-,-, Darques, L.
-,-, Darripe, D.
-,-, Darsilliers, Mary.
-,-, Davesnes, C.
-,-, Davessein, M. A.
-,-, Davessein, Magdalen.
-,-, Dawson, Hester.
-,-, Day, T.
-,-, Denbigh, Earl of.
-,-, Denby, H.
-,-, Denis, P.
-,-, Denmark, Prince Charles of.
-,-, Denroche, C.
-,-, Denroches, C.
-,-, Denty, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Denty, Hannah.
-,-, Denty, Hellen.
-,-, Denty, Letitia E.
-,-, Desclaux, N.
-,-, Deserbiers, R.
-,-, Despierres, W.
-,-, Deveille, Ann.
-,-, Devese, Catherine P. de la.
-,-, Dickenson, Jane.
-,-, Disney, Ann.
-,-, Disney, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Doffranville, Martha.
-,-, Dolby, J.
-,-, Dollon, Catherine de.
-,-, Dorison, J.
-,-, Dornand, Magdalen.
-,-, Dorset, Duke of.
-,-, Dortoux, J.
-,-, Doudart, A.
-,-, Douglas, C.
-,-, Douglas, Dame Jane.
-,-, Drancourt, Mary de Rambure.
-,-, Drulhon, H.
-,-, Drummond, L.
-,-, Ducros, J.
-,-, Duke, Ann.
-,-, Dumas, P.
-,-, Dunbarton, Earl of.
-,-, Duncan, C.
-,-, Durand, J. de.
-,-, Durell, Susanna.
-,-, Duroure, F.
-,-, Duvall, A.
-,-, Dwyre, J.
-,-, Dyot, Arabella.
-,-, Elibanck, Lord.
-,-, Elphinstone, Lord.
-,-, Epine, B. de l'.
-,-, Erle, T.
-,-, Erskine, C.
-,-, Estanquette, Major l'.
-,-, Estaunic, I.
-,-, Falaiseau, P.
-,-, Falkland, Lord.
-,-, Falquerolls, B. de.
-,-, Farey, Catherine de.
-,-, Farinel, B.
-,-, Farquhar, .
-,-, Farthing, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Fau, S. du.
-,-, Favas, J.
-,-, Fawn, O.
-,-, Fay, S. du.
-,-, Feild, Catherine.
-,-, Fenovillette, J.
-,-, Ferriere, Mary de la.
-,-, Fielding, Ann.
-,-, Findlater, Earl of.
-,-, Fisher, R.
-,-, Fitzharry, Ann.
-,-, Fitzharry, Judith.
-,-, Fitzwalter, Lord.
-,-, Flechieres, F.
-,-, Floirant, P. de Clary.
-,-, Flower, Rebecca.
-,-, Foisac, Louise de.
-,-, Fontaine, J.
-,-, Fontalba, L.
-,-, Forbes, A.
-,-, Forbes, Lord.
-,-, Force, D. la.
-,-, Force, Duchess de la.
-,-, Fort, N.
-,-, Fos, Catherine de.
-,-, Foster, Rebecca.
-,-, Foubert, H.
-,-, Foucault, Elizabeth.
-,-, Fournier, Blanch de.
-,-, Foxton, Susanna.
-,-, Francis, Martha.
-,-, Frankland, Sir T.
-,-, Franquefort, Mary B. de.
-,-, French Ministers in the Savoy.
-,-, French refugees.
-,-, Gacherie, Mary.
-,-, Galliard, J. E.
-,-, Gallisian, C.
-,-, Galway, Earl of.
-,-, Gansem, M.
-,-, Garter, The, Order of.
-,-, Gates, Mary.
-,-, Gaubert, M.
-,-, Gendre, Mariane le.
-,-, Geneste, L.
-,-, Genuini, G.
-,-, Germain, B.
-,-, Germain, Susanna.
-,-, Ghant [Ghent], Amalia van.
-,-, Ghast, Marie du Lisle du.
-,-, Gibson, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Girard, P.
-,-, Giraud, H.
-,-, Giraud, J.
-,-, Goddard, Eleanor.
-,-, Godfrey, E.
-,-, Gohin, Hester.
-,-, Goisy, Charlotte de.
-,-, Goldsborough, Amy.
-,-, Gormanston, Viscountess.
-,-, Goslin, J.
-,-, Gostwick, Sir W.
-,-, Gousset, Charlotte.
-,-, Goux, A. le.
-,-, Graff, L. de.
-,-, Grafton, Duke of.
-,-, Graham, Alice.
-,-, Graham, Mary.
-,-, Grandry, J.
-,-, Grangue, Ann D. de.
-,-, Grangue, Susanna.
-,-, Grantham, Earl of.
-,-, Graves, J.
-,-, Gravie, J.
-,-, Greenwich, minister of.
-,-, Grenie, J.
-,-, Grenier, J.
-,-, Griffith, Mary.
-,-, Grimaudet, Ann.
-,-, Grindor, S. la Motte.
-,-, Grognet, I.
-,-, Grosvenor, Ann.
-,-, Grove, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Guerin, Ann.
-,-, Guery, D.
-,-, Guilhermin, P.
-,-, Guiminiere, Ann de la.
-,-, Guiraud, Frances.
-,-, Guischard, Catherine.
-,-, Guizot, J.
-,-, Gulman, J. G.
-,-, Guyn, H.
-,-, Gwyne, Sir R.
-,-, Haddington, Earl of.
-,-, Hadley, J.
-,-, Hague, The, minister at; Society of French Gentlewomen at.
-,-, Haldane, J.
-,-, Hampton church, rector of.
-,-, Hampton, poor of.
-,-, Hampton Court Palace, chaplain at; Reader of.
-,-, Handel, G. F.
-,-, Hanet, J.
-,-, Harlackenden, Catherine.
-,-, Harris, D.
-,-, Harris, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Haughton, Tabeitha.
-,-, Hawley, Judith.
-,-, Hay, Lord.
-,-, Herault, J.
-,-, Herbert, Lord.
-,-, Herman, .
-,-, Hewardine, F.
-,-, Hildsley, Katherine.
-,-, Hill, Mary.
-,-, Hill, N.
-,-, Holder, G.
-,-, Holland, Abigail.
-,-, Holstein Beck, Princess of.
-,-, Hompesch, Heriette de.
-,-, How, Ruperta.
-,-, Howard, Henrietta.
-,-, Howard, J.
-,-, Howard, Lucy.
-,-, Howard, Lord.
-,-, Hugk, J. G.
-,-, Humphrey, Margaret.
-,-, Hunsdon, Lord.
-,-, Hussy, Sarah.
-,-, Hutton, Mary.
-,-, Hutton, Penelope.
-,-, Hyde, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Hyndford, Earl of.
-,-, Inwood, R.
-,-, Ireland, C.
-,-, Ireland, Frances.
-,-, Ireland, Jane.
-,-, Irwin, J.
-,-, Itie, J.
-,-, Jalaquier, J.
-,-, Jancourt, Mary.
-,-, Jersey, Earl of.
-,-, Johnston, Sir P.
-,-, Johnston, S.
-,-, Jolliffe, Margaret.
-,-, Jollyvet, E.
-,-, Joly, Margaret.
-,-, Jones, J.
-,-, Jouneau, Mary.
-,-, Joye, J.
-,-, Juigny, Henriette de C. de.
-,-, Justell, Charlotte.
-,-, Kaysers, Amalia.
-,-, Kaysers, Ann.
-,-, Kaysers, Levina.
-,-, Kaysers, Margaret.
-,-, Kaysers, Maria.
-,-, Keightley, Lady Frances.
-,-, Kemp, A.
-,-, Kensington Charity School.
-,-, Kensington, Minister of.
-,-, Kensington, poor of.
-,-, Kensington, St. Margarets, minister of.
-,-, Kensington, schoolmaster at.
-,-, Kerr, Mary.
-,-, Kersh, Ann.
-,-, Killigrew, Barbara.
-,-, Kilmarnock, Earl of.
-,-, King, Alice.
-,-, Kirk, Mary.
-,-, Kirks, Hamnet.
-,-, Labat, A.
-,-, Lac, B. du.
-,-, Lacger, J.
-,-, Lacoste, J.
-,-, Lamacourt, D.
-,-, Lamangere, M.
-,-, Lamarest, J.
-,-, Lamaria, A.
-,-, Lambert, L. de Tressor du Mesnil.
-,-, Lancaster, C.
-,-, Langlade, D.
-,-, Langrac, Ann de.
-,-, Lappan, J.
-,-, Lardan, J.
-,-, Laspay, Charlotte de.
-,-, Latour, P.
-,-, Lauderdale, Earl of.
-,-, Lawrence, L.
-,-, Lee, Mary.
-,-, Leigh, Agnes.
-,-, Leighton, Susanna.
-,-, Lestablere, R.
-,-, Lidderdale, J.
-,-, Lindores, Lord.
-,-, Lloyd, R.
-,-, Lockhart, Martha.
-,-, Lomaria, Maria de.
-,-, London, St. James's, poor of.
-,-, London, St. Margaret's, poor of; Vicar of.
-,-, London, St. Martin's in the Fields, poor of.
-,-, London, Tothill Fields, hospital in.
-,-, Longbottom, R.
-,-, Longuevergne, O. de.
-,-, Longverque, Hester de.
-,-, Longverque, Lucrice de.
-,-, Lonpre, C. de.
-,-, Lonsdale, Lord.
-,-, Lorain, Marg[aret] de.
-,-, Loudoun, Earl of.
-,-, Lovelace, Lady.
-,-, Lovell, Mary.
-,-, Lovigny, Henriette de Bene de.
-,-, Lovigny, Jeanne de Bene de.
-,-, Lovigny, Mary de Bene de.
-,-, Lower, Josina.
-,-, Lowther, Hannah.
-,-, Lunt, J.
-,-, Lyme Regis Corporation.
-,-, Macclesfield, preacher at.
-,-, Mackdonald, A.
-,-, Mackdonnell, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Mackenzie, Frances.
-,-, Mackintosh, W.
-,-, Mackraken, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Macon, Frances.
-,-, Maddocks, M.
-,-, Magney, A.
-,-, Mainaude, A.
-,-, Malvirne, Marie d'.
-,-, Man, Isle of, poor ministers of.
-,-, Mansell, Ann.
-,-, Mansell, Frances.
-,-, Mansell, Rachel.
-,-, Mar, Margaret.
-,-, Maranein, Helene de.
-,-, Marchmont, Earl of.
-,-, Maret, W.
-,-, Maria, Constance de la.
-,-, Marioge, Catherine.
-,-, Marioge, F.
-,-, Marioge, J.
-,-, Marioge, Margaret.
-,-, Marmande, Charlotte T. de.
-,-, Marolle, Margueritte.
-,-, Marolle, Susanna.
-,-, Marsay, Seigneur de.
-,-, Marshall, Mary.
-,-, Martigny, Ann.
-,-, Martigny, Gabriel.
-,-, Martinerie, Magdalen de la.
-,-, Martines, D.
-,-, Martini, J. C.
-,-, Massilos, J.
-,-, Massot, P.
-,-, Mathews, J.
-,-, Mathews, Sarah.
-,-, Maturin, Ann.
-,-, Maturin, Rachel.
-,-, Mauclere, Ann de la.
-,-, Maugere, L. A. de la.
-,-, Maulevrier, Eliza[beth] de.
-,-, Maxwell, J.
-,-, Maxwell, W.
-,-, May, J.
-,-, Meadows, Sir P.
-,-, Mege, A.
-,-, Mellon, J.
-,-, Melyer, C.
-,-, Menardiere, J. de la.
-,-, Mercier, Martha.
-,-, Miller, D.
-,-, Miller, R.
-,-, Miller, Sarah.
-,-, Milliere, Ann G. de la.
-,-, Mimet, C. de.
-,-, Mince, G.
-,-, Minshall, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Mitchell, Mary.
-,-, Molien, Susanna de.
-,-, Molliere, S. la.
-,-, Moncal, A.
-,-, Monceau, Marie de.
-,-, Monfort, P.
-,-, Monguyon, Charlotte.
-,-, Mont, Hester du.
-,-, Mont, Marie du.
-,-, Montant, Ann de.
-,-, Montant, Sylvia de.
-,-, Montgomery, L.
-,-, Montigny, J. de Remy de.
-,-, Montmeillan, Ann G. de.
-,-, Montsegur, M. de.
-,-, Mordington, Lady Mary.
-,-, Morel, P.
-,-, Morris, D.
-,-, Morrison, Margaret.
-,-, Morse, J.
-,-, Mothe, J. de la.
-,-, Mouchand, J.
-,-, Moulaine, Marie la.
-,-, Mowat, Sir W.
-,-, Muce, Henriette M. de la.
-,-, Mue, Susanna F. de.
-,-, Munro, Sir R.
-,-, Munster, Duchess of.
-,-, Napier, Lord.
-,-, Nassau Siegen, Prince of.
-,-, Nayac, Marguerite.
-,-, Neufville, Claud M. de.
-,-, Neuville, J. de.
-,-, Neuville, Mariane de.
-,-, Neuville, S. de.
-,-, Neville, Hannah.
-,-, New England, minister in.
-,-, Newberry, Cecilia.
-,-, Newman, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Newmarket, minister of.
-,-, Newmarket, schoolmaster at.
-,-, Newport, Lady.
-,-, Northey, Sir E.
-,-, Oates, Rebecca.
-,-, Offranville, Judith.
-,-, Oliphant, Lord.
-,-, Orgevall, Ann d'.
-,-, Ormonde, Duke of.
-,-, Osborne, C.
-,-, Osborne, Sir J.
-,-, Otway, Frances.
-,-, Oxford University, Professor of Arabic.
-,-, Pack, Ann.
-,-, Paddington, churchwarden of.
-,-, Paddington, collector of tithes at.
-,-, Paddington, surveyor of highways at.
-,-, Palie, Susanna.
-,-, Palmes, G.
-,-, Palmes, W.
-,-, Paltock, W.
-,-, Pape, W. F.
-,-, Pardaillan, Victoria.
-,-, Parker, .
-,-, Parker, G.
-,-, Parker, Lord.
-,-, Parsable, J.
-,-, Pasquet, Marie.
-,-, Passac, P. de.
-,-, Passy, L.
-,-, Paton, W.
-,-, Patonier, C.
-,-, Patten, R.
-,-, Patterson, T.
-,-, Paul, F.
-,-, Pauldon, Rebecca.
-,-, Pearce, R.
-,-, Peates, Mary.
-,-, Pechelves, Marie de.
-,-, Pellet, J.
-,-, Pembroke and Montgomery, Earl of.
-,-, Penault, P.
-,-, Penotiere, Susanna de.
-,-, Percourt, B. G. de.
-,-, Perer, Mary.
-,-, Perigoix, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Petit, Susanna.
-,-, Phillips, Anne.
-,-, Phillips, Dorothy.
-,-, Phillips, Lady Mary.
-,-, Pie, Mary la.
-,-, Piggot, Jane.
-,-, Pignot, Louise.
-,-, Pignot, Mary.
-,-, Plafay, C.
-,-, Plaigne, Elizabeth la.
-,-, Plessin, Catherine de.
-,-, Plot, Susanna.
-,-, Plunkett, Frances.
-,-, Poncet, W.
-,-, Portal, Jane.
-,-, Porte, P. la.
-,-, Portel, Moyse.
-,-, Porter, G.
-,-, Portland, Duke of.
-,-, Portneuf, Catherine de.
-,-, Portneuf, Susanne de.
-,-, Portugal, Princess of.
-,-, Pougnet, H.
-,-, Powell, W.
-,-, Power, Lord.
-,-, Poyntz, S.
-,-, Presgrave, Cecilia.
-,-, Pressac, H. de.
-,-, Prestwich, Lady Mary.
-,-, Pride, Rebecca.
-,-, Primaudaye, A. de la.
-,-, Primaudaye, Henriette de la.
-,-, Primaudaye, P. de la.
-,-, Pugh, Ann.
-,-, Purcell, E.
-,-, Quinn, H.
-,-, Quinsac, C. d'.
-,-, Radnor, Earl of.
-,-, Rainsford, F.
-,-, Raleigh, F.
-,-, Ranelagh, Earl of.
-,-, Ramsay, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Raven R.
-,-, Rea, Lord.
-,-, Reboul, M. A.
-,-, Reed, R.
-,-, Reeves, Mary.
-,-, Regne, A. V. de.
-,-, Renard, L.
-,-, Renaud, Frances M.
-,-, Reneville, C. de.
-,-, Reynolds, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Ricard, Judith.
-,-, Ricaut, Charlotte.
-,-, Richbell, Ann.
-,-, Richmond Charity School.
-,-, Rigo, J. de.
-,-, Rimblierre, J.
-,-, Riotor, W.
-,-, Rivals, L.
-,-, Rivet, Joanna.
-,-, Roberts, Catherine.
-,-, Robethon, Charlott.
-,-, Robethon, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Robethon, Susanna.
-,-, Robins, Mary.
-,-, Roch, J.
-,-, Roche, Jaqueline G. de la.
-,-, Roche, P. la.
-,-, Rochegude, J. de.
-,-, Rochegude, Marquis de.
-,-, Rochford, Earl of.
-,-, Roleston, Deborah.
-,-, Roque, J. la.
-,-, Ross, Lord.
-,-, Ross, Magdalen.
-,-, Rosseliere, P. la.
-,-, Rossington, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Rotterdam, minister at.
-,-, Rousse, J.
-,-, Rousset, G.
-,-, Roussy, Lady Charlotte de.
-,-, Roux, Judith de.
-,-, Roux, Mary de.
-,-, Rowley, J.
-,-, Ruel, G. du.
-,-, Rushworth, Ann.
-,-, Russell, Lady.
-,-, Sabbatier, Marguerite.
-,-, Sabliere, N. de R.
-,-, Sacetot, Catherine de.
-,-, St. Albans, Duke of.
-,-, St. Clair, C. de.
-,-, St. delis d'hencourt, Elizabeth de.
-,-, St. delis d'hencourt, Magdeline de.
-,-, St. delis d'hencourt, Uranie de.
-,-, St. Feriol, C. Le Touch. Saintlo, M.
-,-, St. Meme, Marie de.
-,-, St. Pan, G.
-,-, St. Paul, Mary F. de.
-,-, St. Saphorin, Seigneur de.
-,-, Salle, J. de la.
-,-, Samasan, Blanch.
-,-, Samasan, Henrietta de.
-,-, Samasan, Mary de.
-,-, Sandos, Martha.
-,-, Sandwich, Earl of.
-,-, Sarette, Frances.
-,-, Sarrau, Margaret.
-,-, Sarrau, Susanna.
-,-, Sarriere, Susanna de.
-,-, Sartres, F.
-,-, Saurin, J.
-,-, Sayers. Sir J.
-,-, Schack, Baron de.
-,-, Schaub, L.
-,-, Schomberg, Duke of.
-,-, Seigler, Catherine.
-,-, Sercler, Susanna de.
-,-, Serre, J. la.
-,-, Sewell, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Shales, C.
-,-, Shaw, W.
-,-, Shelley, Mary.
-,-, Sherman, Eliz[abeth].
-,-, Simons, Mary.
-,-, Simpson, Marg[aret].
-,-, Simpson, Sarah.
-,-, Sinclar, M.
-,-, Slingsby, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Slingsby, Victoria.
-,-, Smidt, Mary.
-,-, Smith, , widow.
-,-, Smith, W.
-,-, Smithsby, Rabsey.
-,-, Souselles, Mile. de.
-,-, Stamford, Earl of.
-,-, Steidel, G.
-,-, Stewart, Jane.
-,-, Stirum, Amalie de.
-,-, Stirum, Mary Ursuline de.
-,-, Strathnaver, Lord.
-,-, Struther, Ann.
-,-, Suffolk and Bindon, Earl of.
-,-, Sutherland, Earl of.
-,-, Swintown, Margaret.
-,-, Sydenham, R.
-,-, Tagg, T.
-,-, Tamworth, Lord.
-,-, Tavier, T.
-,-, Teilhac, Martha de.
-,-, Terrot, J.
-,-, Terson, T.
-,-, Tessin, Catherine.
-,-, Teynham, Lord.
-,-, Thenie, Susanne.
-,-, There, Mary de.
-,-, Thomas, Magdalen.
-,-, Thomas, Rachel.
-,-, Thompson, C.
-,-, Thompson, W.
-,-, Thornicroft, Mary.
-,-, Thors, Henrietta P. de.
-,-, Torpichen, Lord.
-,-, Torteron, B.
-,-, Torteron, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Torway, Dorothy.
-,-, Tottersell, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Touch, P. de la.
-,-, Touranac, J.
-,-, Townsend, G.
-,-, Tugny, Judith de P. D. de.
-,-, Turnbull, Penelope.
-,-, Tuto, H. M.
-,-, Tweeddale, Marquess of.
-,-, Tyers, B.
-,-, Valentine, Judith.
-,-, Valogne, M. A.
-,-, Vassor, M. de.
-,-, Vaudois churches.
-,-, Vaury, J.
-,-, Vebron, Eliza[beth] de.
-,-, Veneville, C. de.
-,-, Veniere, Mary.
-,-, Verangeville, Catherine de.
-,-, Verboon, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Vere, Lady Harriot.
-,-, Vere, Lady Mary.
-,-, Verie, Isabella de la.
-,-, Vernon, J.
-,-, Vernoux, M.
-,-, Verriere, F.
-,-, Verron, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Vervillon, Mary.
-,-, Vestien, J.
-,-, Veugle, G. de R. a.
-,-, Vialars, J.
-,-, Vicouse, Mary St. F.
-,-, Vicouse, T. la Cour.
-,-, Vignau, P.
-,-, Vigne, F.
-,-, Vigneau., B. de.
-,-, Vigneul, L.
-,-, Ville, P.
-,-, Villeneave, J.
-,-, Villenuve, Henrietta de.
-,-, Villenuve, Margaret de.
-,-, Villiers, .
-,-, Villiers, Ann.
-,-, Vivans, Count of.
-,-, Waggot, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Walkling, C.
-,-, Walter, Jane.
-,-, Walter, Mary.
-,-, Walters, Catherine.
-,-, Wandesford, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Wapping, French church at,
-,-, Wapping, schoolmaster at.
-,-, Warr, Lord de la.
-,-, Warrington, Earl of.
-,-, Watson, Margaret.
-,-, Watson, William.
-,-, Watts, R.
-,-, Werden, G.
-,-, Werndley, H.
-,-, Westminster, church wardens of.
-,-, Westmoreland, Earl of.
-,-, Whaley, Winifred.
-,-, Whichcoate, G.
-,-, Whittle, Ann.
-,-, Whittle, J.
-,-, Whittle, Mary.
-,-, Wilkinson, Ann.
-,-, Wilkinson, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Willoughby, Lord.
-,-, Windsor, Corporation of.
-,-, Windsor, Dean and Chapter of.
-,-, Windsor, schoolmaster at.
-,-, Windsor, New, church and poor of.
-,-, Windsor, Old, Vicar of.
-,-, Winstanley, Eliza[beth].
-,-, Wolters, D.
-,-, Worseley, H.
-,-, Wright, Sarah.
-,-, Wroughton, Teresa.
-,-, Wyndham, Frances.
-,-, Xeres, J.
-,-, Young, Frances.
-,-, Young, Mercy.

Pentenreider (Penterreiter), Christopher, Minister of the Emperor of Germany, 122, 360.

Pepper, Gilbert, memorial rejected, 91.

-, [John], major general, Regiment of Dragoons of, 389, 390, 396.

Pepper, duties on. See Customsduties.

Percival, William, Surveyor of the Duties on Houses for Cambridgeshire, 303.

Percourt, Bonne Green de, pension for, 553.

Perdrian, Daniel, alderman, 525.

Perer, Mary, pension for, 554.

Perez, Antonio, ensign, of the Earl of Galway's Spanish Regiment of Foot, 175.

Perigoix, Eliza[beth], pension for, 553.

Perpetuities to
-, Cambridge University, preacher at, 265, 301.
-, Christ's Hospital, 203.
-, Clifton Dartmouth Hardness Corporation, 283.
-, Sir John Cotton, 150.
-, Emmanuel College, Cambridge University, 265, 301.
-, Eton College, Provost and Fellows of, 290.
-, Fairfax, colonel [C.], heirs of, 281, 474.
-, Kinnoul, Earl of, 54, 347.
-, Lichfield, Dean and Chapter of, 154, 282; Vicars Choral of, 282.
-, London, St. Botolph's, poor of, 282.
-, London, St. John Baptist, Walbrook, poor of, 282.
-, London, St. Magnus, poor of, 282.
-, London, St. Michael's, Cornhill, poor of, 282.
-, London, Tower of, Vicar of St. Peter ad Vincula in, 282.
-, Oxford University, 62, 265, 300, 380.
-, Southwell School, schoolmaster of, 282.
-, Yates, N., heirs of, 280, 474.

Perrin, Thomas, Customs debt of, 287.

Perrott, John, sheriff of Worcestershire, 586.

Perry, , sureties of, 11, 70.

-, Mervin, rector of Dyrham, 321.

Perry, duties on. See Malt.

Perth, co. Perth, 128.

Pesme, Franois Lewis de, Seigneur de St. Saphorin, pension for, 548; royal bounty for, 92, 105, 237, 512, 599.

Petcum (Petkum, Pettecum), , payment to, for the troops of Holstein Gottorp, 430, 456; seizure of silk of, 7, 10, 164.

Peterman, Roth, salary due to, 347.

Peters, Peter, seizure of lace, 92, 98, 523.

-, Robert, Receiver General of Taxes for Hertfordshire, 58, 61, 62, 344, 347, 379, 501.

Peterson, Frederick, tenant of a messuage in London, 258.

-, Lodw[ic]k, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 405.

Petit, Lewis, brigadier, late Lieutenant Governor at Port Mahon, Paymaster and Engineer of the fortifications at Port Mahon and Gibraltar, 123, 181, 182; Chief Engineer to the King of Spain, 123.

-, Susanna, pension of, 553.

Petitions, Clerk of. See Lowndes, [W.]

Petkum, Pettecum. See Petcum.

Petty, George Speke, sheriff of Wiltshire, 359, 605.

Petty Bag Office, 339.

Peyraute, Francis, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 388.

Phelps, John, petition of, 22.

Phesdo, co. Kincardine, 521.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, schoolmaster going to, 374.

Phillips (Philips), [A.], Paymaster of the Second Classis Lottery anno 1712, 76, 436.

-, Dorothy, pension for, 548.

-, -, tenant of a messuage in London, 252.

-, Erasmus, coastwaiter in London, 209, 216.

-, James, Receiver General of Taxes for South Wales (cos. Cardigan, Carmarthen, Glamorgan and Pembroke), 57, 62, 357, 443, 465.

-, Lady Mary, pension for, 548.

-, [Ric.], colonel, Governor of Annapolis and Placentia, 39, 44, 75, 84, 87, 90, 314, 324, 440, 480; regiment of, 533.

-, Robert, captain, 530.

-, -, Anne, widow of, pension for, 88, 530.

Phillpot, Nich[ola]s, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 403.

Philp, John, pursebearer to the Lord High Chancellor of Scotland, 234.

Philps, John, Auditor of the Revenue, Scotland, 427.

Phipps (Phips), Sir Con[stantine], attending the Treasury, 40.

-, Thomas, Receiver General of Taxes for Wiltshire, 57, 357.

Physic, Reader of, in Cambridge University. See Green, [C]; in Oxford University. See Hoy, T.

Physician in Ordinary to the King. See Shadwell, Sir J.

Pictures, for the Ambassador from Portugal, 71, 418; from France, 67, 381; of the King, full length, 347.

Pidget, Amy de, captain, of the Earl of Galway's Spanish Regiment of Foot, 174.

Pie, Mary la, pension for, 554.

Pieces of Eight. See Coins.

Piedmont, Italy, 247.

Pierce, See Pearce.

Pierrepont (Pierpoint), Evelyn, Duke of Kingston upon Hull, Lord Privy Seal, 58, 365, 426; allowance in lieu of diet, 365, 426; rich purse for, 451.

-, -, -, Warden and Chief Justice and Justice in Eyre, Trent North, 291.

-, John, transported to America, 591.

Pigg, , petition of, 98.

-, John, dismissal of, 30.

Piggot (Piggott), Jane, pension of, 556.

-, Robert, major, half pay officer in Ireland, 387.

Pignot, Louise, pension for, 554.

-, Mary, pension for, 554.

Pillmore, Thomas, lease of land in Rosedale, 168.

Pillows, for the King's service at Newmarket, 470.

Pilott, Joseph, lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 387.

Pinckney, Calverley, Solicitor or Deputy to the Warden of the Mint, 84, 196, 490.

Pinero, Francis, lieutenant, of the Earl of Galway's Spanish Regiment of Foot, 175.

Pisshe Flatt. See Lanercost.

Pistoles. See Coins.

Pit. See Pitt.

Pitarrow, Scotland, 521.

Pitch, from America, for the Navy, 382; from Nova Scotia, for the Navy, 453; seizure of, 636.

Pitman, Daniel, tidesman, superior list, in London, 100, 581.

Pitscandly, co. Forfar, 521.

Pitt (Pit), John, merchant, 158.

-, Samuel, merchant, 158.

-, Thomas, lease of land in St. James's Park, 144.

-, William, bill payable to, 275.

-, -, Keeper of Newgate, 66.

-, -, under clerk in the Treasury, 7, 283, 431, 579, 671.

Pittpollocks. See Findaurie.

Place, Samuel, tidesman, superior list, in Bristol, 180.

Placentia, Newfoundland, Army in. See Army.

Plafay, Claudius, cornet, French pensioner in Ireland, 406.

Plaigne, Elizabeth la, pension of, 619.

Plaistow, Thomas, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 391.

Plantations and Colonies, chaplains going to, 104, 107.
-, Customs officers in, salary bill, 47, 420, 669.
-, Duty (as by 25 Chas. II, c. 7, and 1 Geo. I, st. 2, c. 12), payments out of, 169, 192, 432.
-, Prize Duty, payment out of, 192.
-, revenue of, 112.
-, schoolmasters going to, 104.
-, Surveyor and Auditor General of. See Blathwaite, W.; Newburgh, Lord; Walpole, H.
-, See also Trade and Plantations.

Plays, acted at Hampton Court by a Company of Comedians from Drury Lane, 628.

Plessin, Catherine de, pension for, 548.

Pleydell, Edward (Edmond), lease of lands in Braydon Forest, 41, 431.

-, William, lease of lands in Braydon Forest, 431.

Plot, Susanna, pension for, 548.

Plukenet, Brook, captain lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 398.

Plumb, , captain, merchant, 244.

Plummer (Plumer), Isaac, apprehended for burglary, 370.

-, William, tenant of a messuage in London, 253.

Plumptree (Plumtre), John, a Commissioner for stating Army Debts, 170, 173, 211, 241, 379, 492, 529, 574.

Plumstead, Thomas, merchant, 540.

Plumtre. See Plumptree.

Plunket (Plunkett), Frances, pension of, 556.

-, Thomas, captain, royal bounty for, 43, 319.

Plymouth, co. Devon, Comptroller of Customs at. See Ash, E.
-, Customer or Collector of Customs at, 105, 600.
-, Navy Yard, issue for, 491; stone from Portland for, 100, 249, 577.
-, searchers at, 106, 566, 571.
-, tidesmen in, 612.

Plympton, co. Devon, hundred, 355.

Pococks, [John], colonel, Regiment of Foot of, 5.

Poe, Joseph, adjutant, half pay officer in Ireland, 389.

Poland, King of, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Vernon, Sir R.; Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to. See Palmes, F.; Minister of. See Coq, [J.] le.

Polhill, Edward, collector of Newhaven, 508.

Pollard, William, landsurveyor in London, 100, 567.

Pollet, Richard, convicted for felony, 583.

Pollington, Edward, collector of Newhaven, appointed landwaiter in London, 508.

Polwarth, Lord. See Hume-Campbell, A.

Poncet, William, captain, French pensioner in Ireland, 407.

Pondhead. See New Forest.

Ponge, Peter la, Director of the Hospitals in Spain, 171, 219.

Pontefract, co. York, Sign of the Castle in, 66.

Poole, co. Dorset, 202.
-, boatmen at, 101, 500, 567, 612.
-, collector of Customs at, complaint against, 194. See also Lawson, .
-, Corporation of, 194.
-, Receiver General of Taxes. See Darby, B.
-, Surveyor of. See Lightfoot, R.; Skutt, B.
-, tidesmen at, 612.
-, waiters and searchers at, 612.

Poor, foreigners transported to Rotterdam, 165; of Kensington, pension for, 551; of London, 126; of St. Botolph's, London, perpetuity for, 282; of St. James's, pension for, 551; of St. John Baptist, Walbrook, perpetuity for, 282; of St. Magnus, London, perpetuity for, 282; of St. Margaret's, Westminster, pension for, 551; of St. Martin's in the Fields, pension for, 551; of St. Michael's, Cornhill, perpetuity for, 282; of the Savoy, 36; of New Windsor, pension for, 550.

Pope, George, waiter and searcher at Bideford, 294.

-, Henry, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 297, 490.

-, William, tidesman at Liverpool, 180.

Popham, John, Receiver General of Taxes for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, 50, 336, 443, 660.

-, See also Mott.

Popish Recusants, 204.

Popkins, Thomas, sheriff of Glamorgan, 605.

Popple, William, Secretary to the Commissioners for Trade and Plantations, 5, 64, 149, 162, 314, 326, 515, 592; salary of, 152, 374, 426, 659.

Pork, for the Army in Gibraltar, 232, 233.

Porland, William, riding surveyor on the coast of Norfolk, 354.

Port Glasgow, co. Renfrew, boatmen at, 208, 318; collector at, 516; tidesmen at, 318; tidesurveyor at, 523; tidewaiters at, 208, 318.

Port Isaac, Portisick, Portsack, co. Cornwall, 217, 519.

Port Mahon, Maon, Minorca, 182, 276, 277; fortifications at, Paymaster and Engineer of. See Petit, L.; Lieutenant Governor of. See Petit, L.

Port Patrick, co. Wigtown, Comptroller at, 526; Customs collector, 526.

Portal, Jane, pension for, 548.

Portcullis Pursuivant. See Whitwick, T.

Porte, Paul la, pension of, 619.

Portel, Moyse, pension for, 545.

Porter, George, captain, witness in the assassination plot against Wm. III, pension for, 550.

-, Thomas, goods of, 315.

Porters, for the trial of the Rebels at Westminster, 140.

Portisick, co. Cornwall. See Port Isaac.

Portland, co. Dorset, quarries at, Keeper of, appointment of, 571, 572; case relating to, 112, 633, 658, 668. See also Tucker, E.
-, lease of, 34, 72, 81, 186, 418.
-, licence to dig, 648.
-, papers relating to, 619.
-, piers, crane and ways leading from, repairs of, 633.
-, stone from, for the Navy docks, 100, 248, 249, 577.
-,-, 9d. per ton granted to the inhabitants, 648.
-,-, transport of, 633; duty of 4d. per ton on, 602, 633, 648; prohibited without leave of the Surveyor of the Works, 648.
-, works in, 633.

Portland, Countess Dowager of. See Bentinck, Jane.

-, Duke of. See Bentinck, H.

Portman, Henry, Keeper of Hyde Park, 34, 283, 322.

Portmore, Earl of. See Colyear, D.

Portneuf, Catherine de, pension for, 554.

-, Susanne de, pension for, 554.

Portsack. See Port Isaac.

Portsmouth, co. Southampton, 468.
-, Collector of Customs, ship stopped by, 666, 668.
-, Custom House at, 30, 288.
-, garrison, boats to ship off soldiers from, 624; chaplain to. See Prosser, J.; fire and candle for, 623, 624; Lieutenant Governor of. See Gibson, Sir J.; messengers sent out from, 624; regiments transported from Ireland to, 43, 60, 371, 525; straw for soldiers to lie on, 624.
-, Key Gate, 624.
-, lands at, lease of, 309.
-, Navy Commissioners at, 248. See also Townsend, [I.].
-, Navy Yard, issue for, 491; stone from Portland for, 248.
-, Town Major, 623.
-, Town Porter, 623.

Portsoy, co. Banff, 538.

Portugal, King of, Ambassador from, 71. See also Borges, J.; Cunha, Don de.
-, Ambassador to. See Methuen, [P.]
-, Envoy Extraordinary to. See Worseley, H.
-, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to. See Delaval, G.
-, money due from, 35, 36.
-, troops of, prisoners in Spain, 422.

Portugal, Amalia Louise, Princess of, pension for, 554.

Post Fines, Farmer of, tallies struck for, 285. See also Strafford, Earl of.

POST OFFICE
-, account, fees for entering at the King's Remembrancer's Office and the Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer's Office, 138, 467; fees for passing in the Pipe Office, 467.
-, annuity payable out of, 351.
-, bags, leathern, for, 467.
-, branches, surveying, 138, 503.
-, Bristol Mail, robbed by highwaymen, 137.
-, candles for, 467.
-, carriers and coaches for, 467.
-, chimney sweeper, payment to, 467, 503.
-, clerks, beer for, 137, 468.
-, clockmaker, payment for, 467.
-, coal for, 503.
-, Convex Lights, collector for. See Lewen, R.
-, Dutch Mail, brought from Gothenburg, 138.
-, fire engine for, 467.
-, Gazettes for, 467.
-, General Post, letters carried to, 467; letters, collection of, 468; salary bill, 137, 313, 599.
-, incidents bill, 137, 467, 503.
-, letter receiver, additional, 467, 503.
-, letters, ship, 137, 467, 503.
-, New River water for, 137, 467.
-, new year's gifts, 467.
-, newspapers for, 467.
-, officers of, assessments for Land Tax, repayment of, 522.
-, packet boats, accounts of, 137, 467, 503; between Dover and France, 641; Deal, flags for, 137; Dublin, Director of. See Macky, J.; West India, 467.
-, painter, 467.
-, Penny Post, messengers, 468; salary bill, 137, 313, 599.
-, pension payable out of, 666.
-, post boys, Christmas box money to, 467.
-, Postmaster General, 74, 436, 515, 597; memorial of, 522; payment by, 381; petitions referred to, 36, 93, 308; reports of, 53, 91, 509, 560; warrant to, 522. See also Frankland, Sir T.
-, Postmasters, allowances of, 93.
-, rent, 137.
-, revenue, accounts, 436, 515; payment out of, 381; produce of, 597; 700l. per week payable out of (as by 9 Anne, c. 23), 261, 461, 464, 650.
-, rooms added to, rent of, 137, 467, 503.
-, salary bill, 465, 599.
-, scavenger, 503.
-, seals (brasses), 137, 467.
-, Secretary to. See Weston H.
-, stages, payment for survey ing, 503.
-, stamps, 137, 467.
-, Watch, payment for, 467, 503.
-, well of, payment for pumping, 467.

-, Ireland. See Ireland.

-, Scotland. See Scotland.

Potomac, North, river, Maryland, collector of, See Bowles, J.; Dixon, J.; Lowe, T.; deputy collector of. See Lowe, T.

Pots, chamber, for the King's service at Newmarket, 470.

Pottinger, John, Comptroller of the Pipe, 286.

Pougnet, Henry, pension for, 548.

Poulett. See Powlett.

Poulton, [co. Lancaster], landwaiters and coastwaiters at, 611.

Povey, Richard, Chief Serjeant at Arms, Ireland, 342.

Powell, Arnold, apprehended for felony and burglary, 266.

-, Aron, apprehended for burglary, 586.

-, Caleb, Receiver General of Taxes for North Wales, 443, 465.

-, Jonath., lieutenant, half pay officer in Ireland, 401.

-, Thomas, one of the Children of the Chapel Royal, 608.

-, -, payment for apprehending a felon and burglar, 428.

-, -, sheriff of Shropshire, 457.

-, William, pension of, 556.

-, -, tidewaiter at Leith, 270.

Power, John, Lord Power, 80; pension of, 106, 107, 120, 495.

-, Peter, one of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 297, 490.

Powles, , brigadier, memorial concerning sword blades, 230.

Powlett (Pawlet, Pawlett, Poulett), Charles, 2nd Duke of Bolton, 37, 42, 46, 93, 94; Lord Chamberlain of the Household, 470, 489, 673, 674, 675, 677; Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 168, 230, 264, 341, 342, 373, 375, 566, 601.

-, -, Marquess of Winchester, 257; regiment of, sword blades for, 23, 41, 230, 349.

-, John, Earl Powlett, Lord Steward of the Household, 25, 258, 260, 287.

-, Lord William, Master Keeper of Rhinefield Lodge and Queen Mead in New Forest, 23, 231, 268.

-, -, Teller of the Exchequer Receipt, 339; compensation for damages in his house when let to the Paymaster of the 1,500,000l. Lottery anno 1711, 72, 435; office of, 266, 267.

Powys, Richard, [Chief Clerk of the Treasury], 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 25, 28, 31, 32, 34, 35, 38, 40, 41, 46, 48, 49, 50, 51, 53, 55, 58, 59, 60, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 71, 73, 76, 77, 79, 80, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 9096, 106, 108, 110, 114, 116, 353, 483; payment for extraordinary service in the Treasury, 278, 302, 410, 578, 670; reports of, 25, 50, 73, 78, 91.

-, Sir Thomas, Serjeant at Law, 477.

Poyntz, Stephen, annuity or pension for, 283, 307, 309, 473, 481.

Pratt, , Deputy Receiver or Paymaster General of the Army in Ireland, 208.

-, John, Deputy Vice Treasurer of Ireland, 32.

-, Sir John, Commissioner for the Great Seal, 363.

-, -, Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench, 350, 371.

Predam, Christopher, waiter and searcher at Totnes, 293.

Preistly, Bartholomew, apprehended for felony and burglary, 196.

Prerogative Court, 195.

Presents, for the King from the Regent of France, 27, 59; for the Regent of France, 59.

Presgrave, Cecilia, pension for, 548.

Pressac, Hipolite de, pension for, 553.

Prest, Nicho., prosecuted for clipping and counterfeiting, 490.

-, -, Beatrice, daughter of, prosecuted for clipping and counterfeiting, 490.

Preston, Prestown, co. Berwick, 239, 240.

Preston, co. Lancaster, innkeepers in, 93.
-, Rebels taken prisoner at, subsistence of, 142; trial of, 79.
-, sufferers at, 105.

Preston, James, undersheriff of London and Middlesex, 140, 141, 186, 258, 478, 595.

-, Sir John, of Preston Hall, attainted of treason, 74, 437.

-, -, Dame Margaret Elphinston, wife of, 74, 89, 437.

-, Mary, Viscountess Gormanston, pension of, 93, 520.

Preston Hall, co. Fife, 74, 437.

Prestonpans, co. Haddington, Salt Duty, officers of, 208, 318; Supervisors of. See Menzies, W.; Smith, J.; watchmen of, 208, 318, 527.
-, tidewaiters at, 318.

Prestown. See Preston.

Prestwich, Lady Mary, pension of, 556.

Preventive officers. See Customs.

Price, , Commissary, disbursements of, 276.

-, Cromwell, cornet, half pay officer in Ireland, 390.

-, Herbert, cornet, half pay officer in Ireland, 386.

-, -, etc., collectors of Assessments in Whitehall, 26, 248.

-, alias Puissell, Margaret, transported to America, 591.

-, Michael, payment for convicting a felon, 595.

-, Robert, Baron of the Exchequer Court, 502.

-, Thomas, apprehended for felony and burglary, 266.

-, William, transported to America, 591.

Pride, Rebecca. See Bruges, Rebecca.

Primaudaye, Andre de la, pension for, 554.

-, Henriette de la, pension for, 554.

-, Pierre de la, pension for, 554.

Primrose, Archibald, Earl of Rosebery, royal bounty for, 534.

Prince, Lawrence, master of the Whidah, 133.

Pringle, [George], surgeon to the Third Regiment of Foot Guards, 612.

-, Robert, a Commissioner of Customs, 103, 666.

-, -, Secretary at War, 107, 351, 482, 528, 580, 596, 631, 647, 668; house rent allowance, 351.

-, Sir Walter, of Newhall, [a Lord of Session, Scotland], 680.

Printing press, messenger to look after. See Stephens, R.

Prints, duties on. See Customsduties, on soap, etc.

Prior, , prosecuted for clipping and counterfeiting, 490.

-, -, taken and kept in custody, 381.

Priors Acre. See New Forest.

Prisoners of war. See Armyin Spain.

Prisons named:
-, Compter.
-, Fleet.
-, Horsham.
-, King's Bench.
-, Lewes.
-, Marshalsea.
-, Newgate.
-, Poultry Compter.
-, SouthwarkKing's Bench.

Privy Chamber. See Royal Household.

PRIVY COUNCIL
-, Chamber, cleaning, 448, 608.
-,-, joiner of. See Howard, J.
-,-, Keepers of, 347; allowance for attending Trade and Plantations business, 281, 307, 426, 474, 513; fees payable to, for a knighthood of the Order of the Garter, 260, 469. See also Harmsworth, R.; Salter, E.
-,-, necessaries for, 347.
-, Clerks of, allowance for attending Trade and Plantations business, 321, 426, 506; payment to, 343; salaries of, 40, 42, 321, 506. See also Blathwaite, W.; Hales, R.; Southwell, E.; Stanyan, A.; Vernon, J.
-, Lord President of. See Devonshire, Duke of; Nottingham, Earl of; Sunderland, Earl of.
-, Lords of, printing for, 377.
-, Office, necessaries for, 347.
-, Orders in Council, 36, 50, 63, 64, 78, 270, 469, 596, 661.
-, Records, underkeeper of, 347.
-, underclerks, payment to, 343; salaries of, 46, 332.

-, Ireland. See Ireland.

Privy Purse, issues for, 7, 22, 101, 113, 163, 345, 349, 412, 500, 572, 573, 634; Keeper of. See Henning, C. F.

Privy Seal, Lord, salary of, 72. See also Dartmouth, Lord; Kingston, Duke of.
-, Office, clerk of, fees in passing Commission of Excise in Scotland, 416.

Prizes, brandy taken as, 64.

Prosser, Jacob, chaplain to the garrison of Portsmouth, 20, 291.

Protestants, French, royal bounty for, 24, 120, 408, 667.

Providence, Isle and Fort of, Bahama Islands, Governor of. See Rogers, W.

Prowde, James, ensign, half pay officer in Ireland, 391.

Prussia, King of, Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to. See Polwarth, Lord; Whitworth, C.; Minister from, 37; subsidy arrears due to, 37; Royal Prussian troop, 429, 456.

Pug Pitts. See New Forest.

Pugh, Ann, pension of, 556.

-, Howell, tidesman, superior list, in London, 104, 580.

Puissell, Margaret. See Price.

Pulteney, Daniel, a Commissioner of Trade and Plantations, 374, 426, 495, 657.

-, Henry, lease of a house granted by Chas. II to, 489.

-, John, a Commissioner of Customs, 666.

-, -, lease of land in Westminster, 108.

Purcell, Barnaby, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 398.

-, Edward, pension of, 556.

Purdon, George, major, half pay officer in Ireland, 402.

Purdue, Charles, transported to America, 591.

Purdy, Robert, officer of the Excise, fine on, 413.

-, -, Eliza[beth], wife of, 66, 413.

Purefoy, William, major, placed on half pay, 28, 88, 509.

Purnell, John, tidesman, superior list, in London, to be tidesurveyor at Margate, 21, 22, 216, 229, 293.

Pym, Martha, royal bounty for, 121.

Pyot, , seizure of lace head suit, 280.

Pyrk (Pyrks), , prosecuted for clipping and counterfeiting, 490.

-, Anne, prosecuted for clipping and counterfeiting, 490.

Pyx, Trial of. See Mint.