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Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 5, 1714-1719. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1883.

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Pack, Ann, widow of Joel, foster-brother to the Duke of Gloucester; ccxv. 36.

Packer, Philip, Esq., late Paymaster of the Works; ccv. 7.

Paddon, Capt. George, plenipotentiary to the Emperor of Morocco; clxxx. 13, 28; clxxxii. 5; cxc. 28, 66; cxci. 46, 52, 60; cxcii. 23, 34, 37, 41, 63; cci. 21.

-, -, -, recalled; cxcix. 40.

Padstow; ccx. 5.

Page, Sir Francis, serjeant-at-law; ccvii. 6.

-, Sir Gregory; ccxxiii. 15.

Pages, H.M., ordinary pay of; ccxix. 8.

Paget, Lord, his allowance upon the Treaty of Carlowitz; ccxv. 62.

Pagett, David, formerly lieutenant in the land forces, case; ccxiv. 24.

Paine, Robert; ccvii. 12.

Painter's coffee-house, Bucklersbury; cxcviii. 38.

Palaces, Royal. See also St. James's, Whitehall.

-, -, cost of lamp service for; clxxxv. 55.

-, -, repairs; ccxvi. 8; ccxx. 16.

-, -, offer of Portland stone for; ccxiv. 55.

Palatine, Elector, envoy from the; cxci. 25.

-, troops in Catalonia, payments to; cxcix. 27.

Palatines, commissioners for, reports, &c.; clxxxvii. 25; clxxxviii. 7; cc. 20.

-, -, secretary to the; cxc. 48.

-, in Ireland; clxxxvii. 25; clxxxviii. 7; ccxiii. 5.

-, in New York; clxxxix. 64.

-, in Germany; ccxix. 14. See also Wurtembergers.

-, sent to the West Indies; cciv. 47.

Palmer, Charles, petition; ccvi. 12.

-, Francis; cxcviii. 38.

-, John; cc. 2.

Palmes, Guy, Esq., a teller of the Exchequer, petition; ccxiv. 10.

Pamphlets. See Books.

Papist, an Irish, grantee of James II.; clxxv. 66.

Pangaert, Pierre, contractor for forage to the forces; ccxxiii. 27.

Pardon, Act of; ccxxiii. 6.

Paris; clxxxix. 4; cxci. 68; cxcviii. 16; ccix. 31; ccxiii. 31; ccxiv. 77; ccxv. 6.

-, academy of drawing and embossing at; cxcii. 75.

Parker, Anne; ccxiii. 13.

-, Ephraim, scheme for a lottery; ccv. 88.

-, John; cxcvii. 65.

-, Lord Chief Justice, his opinion on Oglethorp's claim; ccxxi. 41.

Park, the New, keeper of, the Earl of Rochester; clxxxv. 10.

Park Gate, dragoons transported from; ccxvi. 10.

Parks. See Windsor Great Park.

Parks, or Parke, Col., governor of the Leeward Islands (murdered); cxcvi. 6; ccxxi. 8, 41.

Parliament; cxcvi. 24; ccii. 4.

-, Acts of; clxxx. 5, 25, 66; clxxxi. 24; clxxxiii. 2, 24; clxxxv. 20, 59; clxxxvi. 14; clxxxvii. 39; clxxxix. 11, 14, 15, 22, 52, 54, 63; cxc. 8, 29, 32, 33; cxci. 10, 11, 26; cxcii. 13, 58, 62; cxciii. 2, 20, 37, 46; cxcvi. 11, 12, 22, 36; cxcviii. 43, 49; cxcix. 11, 33, 48, 50, 63, 69; cc. 2, 7, 18, 34; cci. 2, 17; ccv. 29, 35; ccvi. 5, 12, 23; ccvii. 12, 20, 39; ccviii. 2, 8, 13, 23, 29, 44, 51; ccix. 9, 24; ccxi. 13; ccxii. 94; ccxiii. 35, 62, 66; ccxiv. 5, 13, 25, 46, 50, 51, 62, 63, 65, 71, 73; ccxv. 5, 64; ccxvi. 15, 36; ccxix. 58; ccxx. 11, 37, 42; ccxxi. 2, 21; ccxxii. 5, 29; ccxxiii. 6, 8, 15.

-, Acts of, abstracts of, touching the Equivalent; ccxxiii 24.

-, -, clauses of; ccxiv. 39; ccxxi. 39.

-, -, printing of; clxxxiv. 66.

-, -, proposals for; cxci. 20, 42; cxcviii. 13; ccvii. 20; ccx. 5; ccxiv. 32; ccxvi. 25; ccxxiii. 10; ccxxvi. 105.

-, Bills in; cxciii. 2; ccxv. 56; ccxxi. 23.

-, funds granted by; clxxxix. 58; cxc. 51.

-, Houses of, alarm as to the stability of; ccxvi. 8.

-, -, cutting the leads of; ccxvi. 8.

-, -, service of lamps for; clxxxv. 55; cciii. 6.

-, -, stationery for; ccv. 90.

-, members of; clxxxi. 38; cxcviii. 5; cxcix. 68; ccii. 3; cciv. 41; ccvi. 12; ccxiii. 21.

-, -, accusation against; ccxi. 12.

-, -, their franking privileges; clxxx. 10; ccvi. 29.

-, memorialists referred to; ccx. 5; ccxxiii. 4.

-, office, repairs to; ccxx. 45.

-, resolutions of; cxci. 22; ccviii. 47; ccxxi. 19.

-, service in, Customs' service disabling from; cxcvi. 19.

-, session of; clxxxix. 30, 54; cc. 2; ccvi. 22; ccviii. 47.

-, votes of; clxxxv. 35; clxxxvi. 23; cxci. 29; ccix. 7; ccxxi. 14.

Parliamentary elections; ccxiv. 18.

Parmiter, Mr. Saml.; cxcii. 79.

Parr, Thos.; cxcix. 67.

Parsons, Duke, deputy to auditor of imprests, memorial of; cxcix. 52.

Partridge, Col. Wm., petition; cc. 30.

Passage [near Cork], ships from; ccxv. 14.

Paston, Lord; cxcvii. 46.

Patent Officers, references to; cxcii. 84.

Patentee of lamp lights; clxxxv. 55.

Patents. See Letters Patent.

Paterson, Lady; ccxvi. 27.

-, Mr., memorial; clxxxix. 6.

Paul, Robt., assistant to the comptroller-general of Customs; cxc. 33; cciv. 76.

-, Mr.; ccxii. 32.

Paulett, Lord Wm., memorial; ccxxvi. 33.

-, -, lottery for reducing Exchequer bills; ccxvi. 32.

-, Rt. Hon. John, Earl; ccxix. 33.

-, see also Powlett.

Paulin, Count de, his regiment; clxxxix. 60.

Pauncfort, Mr. Edw., controller of Excise; clxxxii. 26.

Paxton, Nicholas, attorney-at-law, petition; ccxi. 14.

Pay office (Horse Guards); clxxx. 37, 44; clxxxiii. 17; cxcii. 5; cciii. 2; ccvi. 17; ccxi. 4; ccxii. 4, 38; ccxiv. 3; ccxviii. 3.

-, -, (Navy); ccxv. 18.

Paymaster or paymaster-general of the forces. See also Sir Roger Mostyn, Earl of Lincoln, &c.; clxxxi. 7; clxxxiii. 17; clxxxvii. 20; cxcii. 27, 50; cciv, 79; ccvi. 45, 46; ccxii. 23; ccxiii. 18, 61; ccxvi. 31.

-, of marine regiments, &c.; cxcv. 4.

-, pensions payable by, list of; ccvii. 15; ccxxi. 9.

-, of H.M. guards, garrisons, &c.; clxxxv. 24; clxxxviii. 10; cxciv. 2; ccxxv. 4.

-, -, abroad; clxxx. 53; ccxxi. 27. See also Moore, Thos.

-, -, the late; clxxx. 19.

Payne, Robt., of Playhatch, petition; cciv. 73.

Paynter, James, concerned in treasonable practices; cxcvii. 65.

Payzant, James, payment to; cxcix. 43.

Peace. See Justices.

-, commission of the; cxci. 22.

Pearce, John, contractor for transporting prisoners of war, case of; clxxxv. 11.

Pearkes, Benjamin, alderman of Worcester, prosecuted for drinking tbe health of the Pretender; ccvii. 25.

Peck, Daniel, lessee of copper mine; cci. 7.

Pedlars. See also Hawkers.

-, duties on, account of officers for; clxxxi. 39.

Peers, Sir Chas.; cxci. 37.

-, -, plot to assassinate; cc. 33.

-, summoned to the Coronation; clxxxii. 48.

Pelham, Herbert, recommended as surveyor of duties; ccxix. 30.

Pell Mell, the Black Periwig in the; clxxxv. 18.

Pell Office records; ccxx. 45.

Pells; clxxxvii. 25.

-, clerk of the; cxciv. 7.

-, deputy clerk of the; ccxx. 45.

Pelt, Adult van, a pirate; ccxxii. 6.

Pemaquid river, America; cc. 30.

Pembroke county; ccvii. 39; ccxii. 85.

Pembrok, Mr.; ccxiv. 10.

Penalties, statute; cxc. 47.

Pendarves, Alex., surveyor-general; clxxxi. 46; ccxix. 60.

-, -, report of; clxxxviii. 20; cxcvii. 4.

Pendennis Castle, lease, rent, &c. of; cxc. 43; cciv. 18.

Pendicle or Howsleys; ccxiv. 60.

Pendril, Wm., Frances Jones, his daughter; clxxxv. 47.

-, Rich., the grandchildren of; cxcvi. 25.

Penhallow, Sam., receiver-general of revenues in New Hampshire, letter; ccxiv, 43.

Penn, Hannah, wife of Wm.; clxxxiii. 24; cxcvii. 24,

-, Wm., his surrender of Pennsylvania; clxxxiii. 24.

Penney, Thos., of Keyford in Yeovil, receiver-general of the county of Somerset; ccxii. 51.

Pennsylvania; cxxxxi. 32; clxxxiii. 24; clxxxv. 59; cc. 3.

-, Act passed in, for raising a sum for the Expedition; ccvi. 22.

Penrose, tin agent at; cc. 37.

Penryn, collector of Customs at, his petition; cxcvii. 45.

Pensioners, the late Queen's; clxxxv. 17.

-, Gentlemen, their petition; clxxxv. 40; ccxiv. 34.

-, -, additional, to be provided for by the Wardrobe; cxcviii. 7.

-, to the revenue, the practice of making, not to be encouraged; clxxxix. 43.

-, oath required of all; ccxx. 15.

Pensions and annuities; clxxx. 3; clxxxi. 32, 43; clxxxii. 13; clxxxiv. 64; clxxxv. 17, 42, 51; clxxxvi. 10, 21, 29, 46, 52, 53; clxxxvii. 7, 22, 39, 41; clxxxviii. 55; clxxxix. 12; cxc. 9, 25, 63; cxci. 2; cxcii, 10, 14, 42, 48, 71; cxciii. 6, 7, 37, 38, 64; cxcvi. 7, 13, 19, 32, 41; cxcvii. 22; cxcviii. 15, 36, 42; cxcix. 10, 32; cci. 20; cciii. 11; cciv. passim; ccv. 85, 97; ccvi. 12; ccvii. 15, 24, 42, 53; ccx. 4; ccxii. 56; ccxiii. 45, 51, 55, 65; ccxiv. 1; ccxv. 36, 57, 61, 66; ccxvi. 6, 22; ccxix 39, 70, 73, 74, 76; ccxx. 1, 15; ccxxi. 4, 12; ccxxv. 5; ccxxvi. passim.

-, (Scotland), granted by Queen Anne since the Union; cxc. 9, 63.

-, granted by George I.; cxc. 13.

Penzance; clxxxvi. 48; clxxxviii. 4; cxciii. 61; ccx. 5.

Peploe, Rev. Sam., letter; ccxxi. 32.

Pepper, Gilbert, undertaker for sick and wounded prisoners of war in Ireland; ccxv. 4.

-, Major-Gen., his regiment of dragoons; cxcii. 44; cxcix. 29; ccv. 59.

-, proposals for preventing the running of, in the port of London; cxcvi. 4.

Perobe, Francis, petition; ccxxvi. 104.

Perrin, Thos., tobacco merchant of London, petition; cxc. 18.

Perry, Micajah and Rich., petition; clxxxix. 5; ccix. 4.

-, Richard, replication of; ccx. 5.

-, -, petition; ccxii. 88.

Perth, abandoned by the rebels; cxcviii. 37; cxcix. 12; ccxx. 21.

-, justices of the peace; ccxi. 18.

Perthshire; clxxxvii. 10; cxcii, 9; ccxi. 19.

Perveth manor, co. Cardigan; clxxxii. 14.

Pery, John, secretary to the Royal African Company; clxxxv. 59.

Petcum. See Petkum.

Peterborough, Rt. Hon. Earl of, ambassador extraordinary from Queen Anne to the King of Sicily; clxxxi. 20; clxxxvi. 16; cxci. 47; ccviii. 5.

Peters, Mr. Robt., late receiver-general of Hertfordshire; clxxxi. 28; clxxxii. 20, 40; cxciii. 1; cxcviii. 53; cxcix. 41; ccv. 64, 65; ccvii. 19, 38; ccxi. 11; ccxiii. 32; ccxiv. 49; ccxv. 8; ccxx. 47; ccxxii. 45.

Peterson, Eleanore, widow of Erasmus, chaiseman to the Prince of Denmark, petition; ccxii. 97.

Petit, Brigadier Lewis, lieut.-governor of Port Mahon; clxxxi. 12; cxc. 52; cxciii. 20; cci. 10; cciv. 82.

Petkum, Mons., resident of the Duke of Holstein; cxci. 25; cxcix. 31.

Petty Bag Office, clerk of the, and estates of attainted persons; cxcviii. 35.

Peyton, Craven, Esq., Warden of the Mint, report of; clxxx. 9.

Philadelphia, minister and schoolmaster of, their pensions; clxxxi. 32; cc. 3, 4.

Philiphaugh; cxcvi. 48.

Philips, Capt. Thos.; cxcix. 20; cciv. 40.

Phillipps, Col., memorial as to provisions for Placentia and Annapolis; ccxiv. 44.

-, James, receiver of land and window tax in South Wales, petition; ccxii. 85.

Phillips, Ann, widow of Capt., recommended for a pension; ccxiv. 78; ccxix. 57.

Philp, John, purse-bearer of the Chancellor of Scotland; ccxiv. 76.

Phipps, Sir Constantine; clxxxv. 66; ccviii. 38; ccix. 7, 11.

Phnix Park, Dublin, Steven's Hospital; clxxxv. 29.

Piddington Head, water supply to Somerset House from; cxcviii. 55.

Pidmeden; ccvi. 24.

Piedmont, cxcviii. 58.

-, campaign in; clxxxi. 16; cxcvi. 43.

-, pensions of ministers and schoolmasters in; clxxxi. 32.

Pigott, Major Robt., petition of; cxc. 23.

Pilchards, trade in; cxci. 42; cxciii. 61.

Piles, Eliz., widow and executrix of the master bricklayer to Queen Anne at Windsor Castle, petition; ccxii. 95.

Pipe, clerk of the, fiat to; clxxxviii. 41; cxcvii. 44.

-, -, as to charges for the apprehension of felons; ccxiv. 50.

-, deputy clerk of the, report, certificate, &c. of; ccvii. 30; ccxiii. 13.

-, leases, method of suitors in obtaining; clxxxi. 41.

-, office; clxxxi. 41; ccvii. 30; ccxiii. 13; ccxx. 45.

Pirates, about South Carolina; cc. 40; ccxx. 23; ccxxiii. 7.

Pisa; clxxxviii. 60.

Piscataqua; cxciii. 3.

Pitmudie, lands of; ccxiv. 60.

Pitt, Col. Thomas, petition; cxcii. 44.

-, Wm., governor of gaol of Newgate; ccvii. 54; ccix. 21.

Pittencreife; ccxiv. 60.

Pittferran; ccxiv. 47.

Pix, the trial of the; ccv. 19.

Placentia. See also Newfoundland.

-, clxxx. 15, 29, 63; clxxxiv. 12; clxxxviii. 24, 42; cxcii. 70; cxcvii. 62; cciv. 34, 64; ccvi. 35; ccvii. 14, 29; ccviii. 7; ccxi. 5; ccxiv. 44; ccxv. 14; ccxviii. 6; ccxxii. 27, 41; ccxxvi. 82.

-, garrison of, memorial of the officers of the; ccxxii. 39.

Plague, cattle. See Cattle Plague.

Plantation Office, Whitehall; cciv. 53.

Plantations, the. See also American Plantations, Trade and Plantations.

-, collectors of Customs in; cxciii. 30; cxcviii. 65.

-, governors of, &c., list; ccxvi. 38.

-, -, receive one-third of seizures and forfeitures; cciv. 76.

-, guards, garrisons, &c. in, estimates for; ccxi. 4.

-, English calicoes from, duty on; ccxxiii. 15.

-, naval stores from; cci. 12.

-, revenues of, auditor of; ccxiii. 8.

-, -, proposals touching; cxcviii. 13; ccxxii. 16.

-, (West Indies), rebels transported to; cxcviii. 72; cc. 43.

Planters and merchants of New England; cxcviii. 30.

Plate for H.M. household; clxxxiv. 25; ccxii. 11; ccxix. 58.

-, for the Embassy to Spain; cxciv. 16; cxcviii. 21.

-, duty on; cxcvii. 36.

-, wrought, as to freedom from duty; ccxix. 58.

Plaxton, Mr., deputy in the Treasurer's Remembrancer's Office; ccxx. 45.

Playhatch; cciv. 73.

Plenipotentiaries, pay of; cxc. 66.

Plumptre, John; ccviii. 37.

Plymouth; clxxxvii. 44; cxciii. 61; ccv. 27; ccvi. 50; ccxii. 50; ccxxi. 44; ccxxii. 41.

-, Castle, fitted up for the Swedish Envoy under arrest; ccviii. 26.

-, money at or for; clxxxi. 26.

-, new docks at; cxcvi. 13.

Pocock, Col., his regiment to be paid in full; clxxx. 54.

Poland, Augustus, King of, arrears due to the Saxon troops; ccxxiii. 27.

-, -, H.M. Envoy Extraordinary to; clxxxii. 14; clxxxvi. 16; cxcvi. 10; cc. 24; ccviii. 4.

Pole, Sir Wm., Bart., Master of the Household of Queen Anne; clxxxv. 18.

Police, Board or Commissioners of (Scotland); cxcvi. 9; ccv. 28.

Pollington, Edw., collector of Customs at Newhaven, Sussex; ccv. 51.

Pomerania; cxci. 12.

Ponting, John and Anne, prosecuted as outlaws; cxcix. 55.

Poole; cxciii. 31; cciv. 49; ccx. 5; ccxxii. 42.

Poplar, parish of; clxxxii. 39.

Popple, Wm. (Trade and Plantations); clxxxviii. 12, 47; cxcii. 56; cxcix. 35; cciv. 9, 17, 53; ccix. 14; ccxix. 9; ccxxii. 4.

Port a Chova; ccxv. 14.

Port Mahon; clxxxi. 12, 22; clxxxiii. 9; clxxxiv. 31; clxxxvi. 9; clxxxviii. 24; cxc. 52; cxcix. 45, 53.

-, annual charge for officers at; clxxxv. 5.

-, fortifications at; cxciii. 20.

-, garrison at; clxxx. 33, 34; cxc. 52; cxcvi. 46; cciv. 44.

-, new hospital at; clxxx. 67.

-, remittances to; ccxiii. 9.

-, revenues of; clxxxv. 57; ccvi. 6.

Port Royal, fire at; cxcvi. 49.

-, reduction of; cc. 8.

Portland; ccxiii. 29.

-, manor of; ccxx. 8.

-, petition for lease of quarries, &c. at; ccxiv. 55.

-, island of, inhabitants and quarry men of, petition; ccxx. 39.

-, -, landslip in; ccxx. 39.

Portman, Henry, ranger of Hyde Park, memorial; cxc. 67.

Portmore, Rt. Hon. the Earl of, Governor of Gibraltar, letter from; ccviii. 33.

Portsmouth, abuses committed by sheriffs' bailiffs at; cxciii. 50.

-, charges for the gun wharf and blockhouse at; ccvi. 26; ccxii. 21.

-, fortification of; clxxx. 5, 7, 25; clxxxvi. 50; clxxxviii. 27, 50; clxxxix. 3, 36, 51, 63; cxcii. 55; cci. 14, 15; ccvii. 7; ccviii. 46.

-, garrison at; ccxii. 2.

-, H.M. second engineer at; cxcii. 55.

-, land near, called Stanshaw, clay taken from; ccxxi. 30.

-, merchants of; ccxii. 2, 3.

-, money at or for; clxxxi. 26.

-, new docks at; cxcvi. 13; ccvi. 48; ccxv. 20.

-, -, compensation for the clay taken for; ccvi. 50.

-, -, timber for; ccix. 24.

-, H.M. purveyor of the Navy at; clxxxix. 59.

-, ship stopped at; ccxxvi. 2.

-, water supply for; cxcviii. 44.

-, (New Hampshire); ccxiv. 43.

Portugal; cxciii. 3; ccxix. 37.

-, envoy to; clxxxv. 68; clxxxvi. 16; ccxiv. 42.

-, King of, powder due to; ccvii. 13.

-, -, subsidy to; clxxxvii. 12; clxxxviii. 39; cxcii. 2; cxcix. 27; ccxxiii. 27.

-, laws of, prohibit shipping of money under penalty of death; clxxx. 20.

-, letters, in war, come through England to Holland; ccvi. 29.

-, moidores of, value of; clxxx. 9.

-, postal arrangements with; clxxxiii. 7.

-, Princess of, her pension; ccxiii. 65.

-, public service in, money paid for; clxxx. 18.

-, Queen of, her embarkation; cxcviii. 58.

-, Spanish regiment of foot raised in; cxcix. 27.

Portuguese in Africa; clxxxv. 59.

-, army, retreat from Madrid of; clxxxviii. 39.

-, troops in Catalonia, payments to; cxcix. 27.

Post fines, farmer of the; cxcvi. 31.

-, Office, the arrangements for Spain and Portugal; clxxxiii. 7.

-, -, the proposals for checking frauds in; cxc. 26.

-, -, London, accounts of the receiver-general; cxcviii. 23.

-, -, General; ccxiii. 19.

-, -, gross and net produce of; ccvi. 29; ccxxvi. 90.

-, -, secretary to; ccxiv. 7.

Postmasters-General, H.M. [Cornwallis and Craggs]; clxxx. 10; clxxxiii. 7; cxc. 26; cxcix. 26; ccvi. 29; ccxiii. 19; ccxiv. 7; ccxv. 33.

Potter, Mr. Peter, agent to the regiment of Fusiliers; clxxxvii. 20.

Potts, Thos., gent., under sheriff of Northumberland, petition; ccviii. 23.

Pouchoud, David, memorial; cxci. 72.

Poulett. See Powlett.

Poulton, Lancashire; ccxxvi. 5.

Poultry, H.M., clerk of the; clxxxiv. 73.

-, Compter; cxci. 37; cc. 33.

Povey, Thos., son of John, late clerk of the Privy Council; ccxv. 40.

Power, Catherine, alias O'Hara, petition; clxxxix. 32.

-, Lord, letter as to his pension; ccxv. 39.

Powlett. See also Pawlett.

-, Lord Wm., forester of Rynefield Lodge, New Forest, Hampshire; cxcviii. 25.

-, Wm. Teller of the Receipt of the Exchequer; cxciii. 13.

Powys, Mr. R.; clxxxii. 45; clxxxviii. 54, 60; cxc. 12, 28, 40, 66; cxcii. 21, 64, 69; cxciii. 2; cxcviii. 16, 62; cxcix. 16, 25; ccv. 48; ccvi. 42, 43; ccviii. 4, 5, 10; ccix. 23; ccxiii. 59; ccxiv. 39, 77; ccxv. 62; ccxxii. 2; ccxxvi. 8.

Prantigni; ccxiii. 31.

Pratt, Dr., affidavit by; ccxv. 36.

-, Mr., deputy vice-treasurer; cxcix. 29.

Prebend's fees in Scotland; clxxxv. 9.

Press yard, the, for prisoners from Preston, &c.; ccvii. 54.

Preston, Brigadier George, his regiment; cxcvi. 21.

-, -, intelligence not paid for by; ccxiii. 64.

-, Col., his regiment; cxci. 62.

-, Dame Margt., wife of Sir John, petition; ccxiv. 60.

-, Demoiselle, in possession of the revenues of Furness Abbey; cxcviii. 5.

-, Eliz., widow, petition; clxxxviii. 20.

-, Lancashire; ccxxi. 32.

-, claims by sufferers at; ccxx. 2.

-, forfeitures; ccv. 26, 35; ccviii. 23.

-, special commission for trying rebels taken at; cxciv. 2; cci. 3.

-, lords and gentlemen taken at, their stewards raise money from the estates; cxcviii. 29, 32.

-, rebels; cxcviii. 54, 72; cxcix. 21; cc. 16, 34; cciv. 32; ccvii. 54; ccix. 21; ccxxi. 22.

Preston Pans; ccxii. 34.

-, people assist against Custom House officers at; clxxxv. 63; clxxxix. 1; ccxx. 3; ccxxi. 22.

-, officers' books at; clxxxvi. 18.

-, collector of Customs at; ccxx. 3.

Pretender, the; cxci. 22; cxciii. 40; cc. 26; cciii. 14; ccxiii. 64; ccxxii. 14.

-, -, payments to spies; cxcix. 25.

-, -, conspirators in favour of, seized by Geo. Werden; ccvi. 43.

-, -, -, for setting up his standard at Oxford; ccxiv. 15.

-, -, correspondence concerning; ccv. 36.

-, -, drinking the health of; cxci. 57; cci. 18; ccvii. 25.

-, -, duties demanded in the name of; cxcix. 64.

-, -, pictures of; ccxii. 36.

-, -, plot for proclaiming; cc. 33.

-, -, preparations in French ports for descent on England 2 Sept. 1715; ccxxi. 48.

-, -, -, proclamation of principal heads of; ccxxi. 48.

-, -, zealous opponent of; cxcii. 64.

-, -, partizan of; cxcii. 30; ccxi. 1.

Price or Pryce, Mr. Baron; clxxxii. 10.

-, Arthur; clxxxiv. 58.

-, Brigadier, his regiment of foot; clxxxvi. 38.

-, Richd., Registrar of Pamphlets, at the Stamp Office; clxxxvii. 19.

-, ; ccxxvi. 37, 69.

Printers, H.M.; clxxxiv. 66; ccv. 90.

Prints of the navy, docks, &c., proposal for producing; clxxxv. 7.

Pringle, Robt. [Secretary-at-War's Office]; clxxxviii. 47; cxcvii. 58; cxcviii. 77; ccxiv. 37, 68; ccxv. 41; ccxix. 59, 64.

-, Thos., deputy keeper of the King's signet in Scotland; ccxxiii. 18.

Prior, Matthew, committed to the custody of the serjeant-at-arms; ccxiv. 9; ccxxi. 15.

-, -, letters of; cxcviii. 16; cc. 41.

Prisoners, cost of their keep, &c.; ccvi. 42; ccvii. 54.

-, proposals for their transportation; ccxx. 42.

-, in Scotland; cxcix. 34; ccxi. 14.

-, British and Foreign, in Spain; cxci. 33; ccv. 59.

Prisoners of war, subsistence of; ccxvii. 2.

-, transport of; clxxxv. 11.

-, (Ireland); ccxv. 4.

Prisons; clxxxix. 42, 48, 49; cxci. 37, 55. See also Tower, Fleet, Marshalsea, Newgate, Poultry Compter, King's Bench.

Prissick, Christopher, petition; ccxiii. 8.

Privy Council, Committee of the. See Council, Committee of.

Privy Gardens, office of the controllers of army accounts; clxxxi. 20; ccvii. 10.

-, the Earl of Mar's house in; cxcviii. 57.

-, gatekeeper at the; ccxii. 81; ccxxvi. 62.

-, lease of ground in; ccxiii. 24.

Privy Seal, cost of engraving, &c.; cc. 17 ccxx. 22.

-, -, keeper of the (Scotland); ccxii. 77.

-, Seals; clxxxi. 56; clxxxviii. 12; cxc. 47, 54, 66; cxci. 60; cxciii. 57, 62; cxcvii. 13; cxcviii. 60, 71; cxcix. 26, 27, 43, 55; cc. 3.

-, -, dormant; cxcix. 43.

Prize Office suppressed; clxxxi. 40.

-, -, (Covent Garden); cxcviii. 68.

-, -, profits of, how settled; clxxxi. 40.

Prizes, agents for bringing in; cxcviii. 68; ccxx. 13.

-, commissioner of, memorial; ccxx. 20.

-, lottery; clxxxv. 44.

Prizage due to the King; ccix. 9, 17.

Prize agents; clxxxviii. 60.

Proby, Lieut.-Col. Wm.; clxxxiv. 32.

-, Thos., surgeon, petition of; clxxxv. 29.

Proclamation; clxxxvii. 10.

-, for pardon of pirates in the plantations; ccxiv. 58.

Proctor, Nicholas, Esq.; ccvii. 52.

Proselytes from the Church of Rome, Commissioner for relief of; ccxxi. 3.

Propagation of the Gospel, Society. See Society.

Protestant interest (Ireland); clxxxvii. 25; cc. 20; ccxiii. 5.

-, sufferers (Ireland); ccxiii. 52; ccxiv. 53.

-, ministers in America and the Colonies, pensions to; clxxxi. 32; cc. 3.

-, refugees; ccv. 93.

-, -, French, memorial for their arrears; ccxi. 7.

-, -, -, in St. Christopher's; clxxxi. 25.

-, -, -, in Catherlogh, Ireland; clxxxvi. 31.

-, religion protected by the British minister at Stockholm; clxxxi. 32.

Protestants; ccvii. 53; ccix. 4.

-, reformed, 600 raised at Newcastle against the rebels; ccxxiii. 14.

-, Vaudois, persecution of; cxcix. 33.

-, zealous; clxxxi. 27; clxxxvi. 25; clxxxviii. 20; cxc. 69; cxcvi. 19; cc. 14, 16; cci. 11; ccvii. 48; ccxv. 65.

Providence, governor of; cc. 40.

Prussia, King of, British envoy at the Court of; clxxxii. 16; cxci. 12.

-, -, petition for mourning charges at decease of; clxxxii. 16.

-, -, arrears due to his troops; ccxxiii. 27.

-, -, minister of, present to; ccxxii. 30.

Pulteney or Pultney, Hon. Wm., Secretary-at-War; clxxxi. 37; clxxxii. 29; clxxxix. 10, 22; cxcii. 11, 81; cxciii. 65; cxcvii. 62; cc. 14, 38; cciv. 11; ccv. 10, 63; ccxiv. 24.

-, Daniel, envoy to Denmark; clxxxvi. 16; ccviii. 10.

Purcel, Col. Toby, governor of Cork, and Richard his son, memorial; cxcii. 38; cxciii. 38.

Purefoy, Wm., Esq., recommended by the House for half-pay; ccix. 30.

Purveyors, the Royal; clxxxii. 33.

Pym, Ja., proposal for raising 100,000l. revenue; clxxxv. 38.