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Pacific Northwest [2 subentries]

Pacific Ocean [1 reference]

Paço de Arcos, Portugal [3 references]

Page, John [3 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Paine, William (Mass. Loyalist) [1 reference]

Palermo, Sicily [2 references]

Palfrey, William (W. Lee’s brother-in-law) [1 reference]

Palloni, Gaetano [1 subentry]

Panic of 1837 [1 reference]

Panther Creek, Ky. [1 subentry]

Paolina (Paulina) (Imperial polacre) [2 references]

Paradise (Van Bibber’s estate), Baltimore Co., Md. [1 reference]

Paris, France [27 references + 5 subentries]

Parke, Benjamin (Fredericksburg, Va. notary public) [1 reference]

Parker, Cortlandt L. [1 reference]

Parker, Daniel [1 subentry + 1 “see also” entry]

Parker, James [1 reference]

Parker, Richard (quartermaster at Pa., 420–21) [1 subentry]

Particulars of the Capture of the Ship Olive Branch (Allen, I.) [2 references]

Patents [2 references]

Paterson, William (associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court) [1 reference]

Patterson, Catherine Livingston (Mrs. John) [1 reference]

Patterson, John [1 reference]

Patterson, Robert Livingston [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Patterson, William D. [2 subentries]

Patton, Robert [3 subentries]

Patton, Robert (governor of St. Helena) [1 reference]

Patty (U.S. brig) (Capt. Egery) [1 reference]

Paul, Capt. (of French privateer) [1 reference]

Paul I (of Russia) [1 reference]

Paulina [See redirect]

Peace and Amity, Treaty of (1805) [1 subentry]

Peale, Charles Willson [2 subentries]

Pearl River, W.Fla. [4 references]

Pearson, Capt. Leonard (of Adventure) [1 reference]

Pearson, Capt. Samuel (of Iris) [4 references]

Peck, William Dandridge [2 subentries]

Pedersen, Peder (Danish consul and chargé d’affaires) [3 subentries]

Peggy (French schooner) (Capt. Buisson) [2 references]

Peggy (U.S. ship) (of Boston) [1 reference]

Peirce, Nathaniel S. [1 reference]

Peirce, Washington [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Pelican (British sloop of war) [1 reference]

Pelletreaux, Mr. (of La Rochelle) [1 reference]

Peñalver de Cárdenas, Luis (Spanish bishop of New Orleans) [1 reference]

Pennock, William [1 reference]

Pennsylvania [4 references + 9 subentries]

Pennsylvania, University of [See redirect]

Penrose, Clement Biddle [1 reference]

Penrose, James [1 reference]

Penrose, Sarah Biddle (Mrs. James) [1 reference]

Pensacola, W.Fla. [8 references + 1 subentry]

Perdido River, W.Fla. [2 references + 1 subentry]

Performance (U.S. schooner) (Capt. Smart) [1 subentry]

Perigord, M. [See redirect]

Perkins, Thomas (1763–1836; Salem, Mass. merchant) [1 reference]

Pernambuco, Brazil [1 subentry]

Perpignan, France [1 reference]

Perregaux, Jean-Frédéric (Paris banker) [2 references]

Perreimond, André-Thomas (French consul at Philadelphia) [1 reference]

Perrot and Lee (Bordeaux merchant house) [1 subentry]

Perry, Oliver Hazard [1 reference]

Perth Amboy, N.J. [1 reference]

Petersburg, Va. [2 references]

Pettet, Capt. Robert (of Termagant) [1 reference]

Philadelphia, College of [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Philadelphia, Pa. [7 references + 23 subentries]

Philadelphia (U.S. frigate) [2 references + 2 subentries]

Philanthropist (U.S. brig) (Capt. Hodgdon) [1 reference]

Philippines [1 reference]

Phipps, Henry [See redirect]

Pichardo, José Antonio [1 subentry]

Pichon, Alexandrine-Emilie Brongniart (Mrs. Louis-André) [1 subentry]

Pichon, Louis-André [10 subentries]

Pickering, Timothy [2 references + 1 subentry]

Pico Island, Azores [1 reference]

Piedmont, Italy [1 reference]

Pinckney, Charles [1 reference + 33 subentries]

Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth [1 subentry]

Pinckneyville, Miss. Territory [1 reference]

Pinkham, Capt. Hezekiah (of Favourite) [1 reference]

Piombino, Italy [1 reference]

Piombino, Prince of [See redirect]

Piombino, Princess of [See redirect]

Piranesi, Francesco [1 reference]

Piranesi, Giovanni [1 reference]

Pitman, George [1 reference]

Pitot, James [3 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Pitt, William, the Younger [1 reference + 2 subentries]

Pittsburgh, Pa. [1 reference]

Pluto (British sloop of war) [1 reference]

Plymouth, Mass. [1 reference]

Plymouth, N.C. [1 reference]

Pochon, Charles [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Podière and Co. (Bordeaux merchants) [1 reference]

Point Coupée, Orleans Territory (now La.) [5 references]

Poland [1 reference]

Polish Royal Military Academy [1 reference]

Pollock, George [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Pollock, Robert [1 reference]

Polly (U.S. brig) [1 subentry]

Polly (U.S. schooner) (Capt. Lasky) [2 references]

Pont-Audemer, Normandy [1 reference]

Pontchartrain, Lake [4 references + 1 subentry]

Poole, England [1 reference]

Popham, William (notary public) [1 reference]

Port-au-Prince, Haiti [1 reference]

Porter, Letitia Preston Breckinridge Grayson (Mrs. Peter Buel) [2 references]

Porter, Peter Buel [1 reference]

Porter, Capt. Ralph (of Sally) [3 subentries]

Portland, Mass. (now Maine) [4 references + 2 subentries]

Port Royal, Jamaica [1 reference]

Portsmouth, N.H. [3 references + 1 subentry]

Portugal [23 subentries + 2 “see also” entries]

Post Office, U.S. [3 subentries]

Potomac River [2 references]

Power, Robert (acting consul at Tenerife) [1 subentry]

Poydras, Julien D. [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Preble, Ebenezer [1 subentry]

Preble, Edward [4 references + 5 subentries]

Preble, Henry (temporary secretary to C. Pinckney and Monroe, 77–78) [1 reference + 4 subentries]

Premura (Imperial ship) [1 reference]

Presbyterian Church [1 subentry]

Press, free [2 references]

Prevost, John Bartow [3 subentries]

Price, Chandler [2 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Price, David [2 subentries]

Price, James [1 subentry]

Prince of the Peace [See redirect]

Princeton, Battle of (1777) [1 reference]

Princeton, N.J. [1 reference]

Princeton University [See redirect]

Prince William County, Va. [1 reference]

Principe de la Paz (Spanish privateer) [1 reference]

Principles of Natural and Politic Law (Burlamaqui) [1 reference]

privateers, American [1 reference + 1 subentry]

privateers, British [6 references + 3 subentries]

privateers, French [13 references + 9 subentries]

privateers, Spanish [3 references + 3 subentries]

Providence [See redirect]

Providence (British privateer) [1 reference]

Providence, R.I. [3 references + 3 subentries]

Prussia [11 subentries]

“Public Accuser” (pseud.) [1 subentry]

Puche, Francisco [1 reference]

Puerto Rico [2 references + 3 subentries]

Purviance, John Henry [5 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Purviance, Robert [3 subentries]