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Name Letters Written Letters Received Letters Mentioning Further details
Palatinate, ministers of the 1 - - Alternative names: Palatinate ministers (1637); ministers of the Palatinate
Parish Clerks, Company of 1 1 - Alternative names: The Company of Parish Clerks
Paris, Reformed Church of, fl. 1567 - 1 - Alternative names: Reformed Church of Paris
Paris, Reformed Ministers of 2 - -
Paris University, formed 1250 or before - - 3 Alternative names: University of Paris; L'Université de Paris; Sorbonne
Parliamentary Committee 1 - -
Parliament, Commissioners of, fl. 1641-1647 1 1 - Alternative names: The Commissioners of Parliament
Parliament of England 15 27 - Alternative names: Parliament, both Houses of; Both Houses of Parliament; Parliament; Rump Parliament, 1648–1653; Long Parliament, 1642–1648; Barebone's Parliament (also Little Parliament, Nominated Assembly, Parliament of Saints), 1653; Parliament of England and Scotland
Parliament of Scotland 1 1 -
Parliament's commissioners in Edinburgh - 1 -
Participants of a synod of the Unity of Brethren, fl. 1658 1 - -
Participants of the convocation of the Unity of Brethren, fl. 1645 1 - -
Púchov and Lednica, Priests and seniors in, fl. 1663 - 1 - Alternative names: Priests and seniors in Púchov and Lednica; Puchov and Lednica, Priests and seniors in
Púchov, brothers in, fl. 1660 - 1 - Alternative names: Brothers in Púchov; Puchov, brothers in
Pembroke, Gentlemen of the County of, fl. 1643-1644 - 1 -
Pembrokeshire, Committee of, fl. 1645-1648 3 - - Alternative names: The Committee of Pembrokeshire
Philosophical Society of Oxford - 1 -
Physicians, sons of, fl. until 1712 - 1 - Alternative names: The sons of physicians
Piedmont, Pastors and Elders of the Churches of 3 - - Alternative names: Pastors and Elders of the Duchy of Piedmont; Pastors and Elders of the Churches of Piedmont
Plantin press, employees - 1 - Alternative names: Ouvrieres et Correcteurs de son imprimerie; Christophe Plantin's employees
Plenipotentiaries of The Sound 2 - - Alternative names: Plenipotentiaries at the Sound
Plymouth, Mayor of and Others at, fl. 1647 1 - - Alternative names: The Mayor and Others at Plymouth; Unidentified
Plymouth, others of, fl. 1643 1 - -
Poland and Duchy of Lithuania, Senate and Clergy (ordines) of, fl. 1575 1 - - Alternative names: Senate and Clergy (ordines) of Poland and Duchy of Lithuania
Poland, states of, fl. 1587 1 1 - Alternative names: The states of Poland
Poole, Committee at, fl. 1643 2 - - Alternative names: The committee at Poole
Poole, inhabitants of - 1 - Alternative names: Inhabitants of Poole
Poole, Officers of Customs at, fl. 1711 - 1 - Alternative names: Officers of Customs at Poole
Poperinghe, Classical Assemblu held at, fl. 1578 1 - -
Portsmouth, Committee at, fl. 1643 - 1 - Alternative names: The committee at Portsmouth
Prisoners at Newgate or Gresham College 1 - - Alternative names: 'Other clergymen'
Titles or roles: Prisoners with Thomas Swadlin in the King's cause at Newgate or Gresham College
Prisoners in Chester, fl. 1648 1 - -
Prisoners in the Fleet, fl. 1649 1 - - Alternative names: Other prisoners in the Fleet; Unidentified prisoners
Prisoners in the King's Bench, fl. until 1690 1 - -
Prisoners in the Tower, fl. 1646-1647 1 - - Alternative names: Prisoners in the Tower; Some Prisoners in the Tower; Unidentified prisoners
Prisoners in the Tower, fl. 1647 1 - -
Privy Council (1580-1603) 9 6 - Alternative names: Privy Council of Queen Elizabeth; Lords of the Privy Council; Lords of the Privy Council in England
Privy Council of Philip II, fl. 1572 - 1 - Alternative names: Counseil privé du roy
Privy council of Philip II in the Southern Netherlands, fl. 1570 - 1 - Alternative names: Conseil privé du roi dans les Pays-Bas
Privy Council of Scotland (in office before 1643) 1 - -
Privy Council to Charles I, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland, 1625-1649 4 2 -
Privy Council to Henry VIII, King of England, 1509-1547 - 1 -
Public, members of the, fl. 1697 - 2 - Alternative names: Members of the public

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