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Index of Persons and Places: L

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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 10, 1693-1696. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1935.

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La Barr. See Barr.

La Bowtelier. See Bouthillier.

La Brouse. See Brouse.

La Cave. See Cave.

La Cherois. See Cherois.

Lackareagh. See Lackenareague.

Lackenareague, Lackareagh, Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 1062.

Lackenehaghtry. See Lacknahagny.

Lackmallow, Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 281. Errata, 1449.

Lacknahagny, Lackenehaghtry, Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 281.

Lacy, Richard, fee farm rents, Bardney manor, 1018.

Ladds, Thomas, of Lydd, grazier, convicted for exporting wool, 117.

-, William, loan by, 938.

-, -, of Oundle, fines for exchanging broad money, 1085, 1235.

Lady Margaret's Professor. See Oxford University.

Lady Waste, co. Leicester, lands called, fee farm rents of, 1019.

La Faucille, La Fausille, La Fausselle. See Faucille.

La Ferte. See Ferte.

Lafitte. See Fitte.

La Forrest. See Forrest.

La Grose. See Grose.

Lahardan, Upperthird barony, co. Waterford, 959.

La Hay. See Hay.

Laisnee, , Mris., pension from the Queen, 1127.

Lake, co. Devon, 1020.

Lake, Mary, loan by, 915.

-, Samuel, master of the Prudent Mary, 360.

-, Thomas, caveat concerning mines in New England, 359.

Laker, Charles, lieutenant, joined the King's forces on surrender of Limerick, 1213.

La Lo. See Lo.

Lamb (Lambe), George, and company, in Algiers, bill of exchange, 135.

-, Patrick, contractor for victualling the hospitals in Flanders and the Low Countries, 480, 529, 534, 849, 9212, 953, 969, 995, 13012, 1344, 1440;

debt due from the Queen, payment of, 1077.

-, Thomas, collector, Jamaica, 6.

Lambert, John, of London, merchant, pepper sold to, 170.

-, Thomas, of London, merchant, wines etc. imported by, 831.

Lambeth, co. Surrey, barge houses and barge masters' houses in, 471.

Lambourne, co. Essex, 25, 238;

Wood, 26.

La Melonier. See Meloniere.

Lammersom, , captain, issue to, for gunners etc. going to Savoy, 857.

La Motte. See Motte.

Lamplugh, Thomas, bishop of Exeter, heirs of, discharged from Tenths debt, 984.

Lamsbrooke, [co. Berks], rent out of, 1024.

Lancaster, county of, 126, 136, 167, 288, 343, 379, 576, 677, 809, 936.

clippers and coiners in, 166.

coast of, rent of fishing on, 1020;

riding surveyor of. See Kirkby, W.

fee farm rents in, 10191020.

hundreds of, collectors of assessments of, 90.

innkeepers in, 871.

itinerant preachers in, lands appropriated to, rent of, 980.

Justices of the Peace, warrants from, 871.

Palatine, seal of, 992.

prisoner from the Tower sent to, 897.

raising seamen in, for the fleet, 46, 489, 902, 1291.

Receiver of Crown Revenues, 706, 707, 720. See also Hayhurst, W.;

Rivington, .

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, Births etc. See Kent, W.

Receiver General of Hearthmoney. See Blackburne, G. Receivers General, Commissioners etc. of Assessments, 22, 32, 90, 152, 204, 219, 319, 328, 331, 334, 465, 589, 706, 933, 1287, 1307.

Roman Catholics in, horses of, seized, sale of, 871.

sheriffs of, 331, 334.

stamped vellum and paper, collectors of duty on. See Dodd;

Townshend, W.

superstitious lands in, commission to enquire into. See Gerard, Charles, Viscount Brandon.

undersheriff of, 351.

Vice-Admiral of. See Gerard, Charles, Viscount Brandon, Earl of Macclesfield.

Lancaster, co. Lancaster, 474, 556, 671, 980, 1276.

Bretherns House, chantry of, rent payable to, 1020.

comptroller of, deputy to. See Medcalf, F.

merchants of, Customs debts of, 543.

ships from, 430.

-, Duchy of, copper mines in, lease of, 176;

seal of, 992.

Lancaster, John, ships for Virginia, 353.

-, Mary, issue to, for going to place of birth, 1389.

Lance, Joan, royal bounty for, 455, 721, 868.

Land (Woodland), Sarah, widow, petition of, 294.

Landbeach, in Northstow hundred, co. Cambridge, manor of, rent for, 1026.

Landen, Lander, Belgium, battle of, 570. 593, 681, 709, 1106, 1153.

Landguard Fort, co. Suffolk, governor or deputy governor, no provision in establishment for allowances to, 226;

Lieutenant-Governor of. See Hammond, F.;

regiment quartered in, 762.

Lane, , owner of the Bird, 444.

-, Hen., captain, royal bounty for, 236.

-, Henry, lease, tenement in Trelowia manor, 773, 1173.

-, James, Viscount Lanesborough, concerning place of Master of the Mint, Ireland, 579;

estate of, in Ireland, quit rents out of, 128;

lands of, co. Roscommon, 579, 957;

loan by, 911.

-, John, a captive in Algiers, 255.

-, Robert, loans by, 908.

-, Thomas, commissioner of Assessments, co. Stafford, 229, 297, 298.

-, -, pension for, 724, 734.

-, Sir Thomas, sheriff of London and Middlesex, 314, 714, 830;

a Commissioner for the Million Adventure (Lottery), 552, 983;

loans by, 912, 913, 916.

-, William, lieutenant, Army pay arrears, 286.

Lanegwest. See Llanogwest.

Lanercost, Lenor Coast, Lenor Cost, Leonard Coast, co. Cumberland, 573. 575, 694.

Lanesborough, co. Longford, ferry of, 654.

Lanesborough, Viscount. See Lane, James.

Laney, , pension from the Queen, for sermons, 1132, 1259.

Lang, John, grant of tenement in Boyton, 210.

-, Mary, tenant, Boyton, 210.

Langford, Elizabeth, wife of Walter, lease, tenement in Eastway manor, 127, 209, 348.

-, Frances, pension from the Queen, 1035, 1075, 1129, 1133, 1259.

-, Henry, lease, Mere manor, 671.

- (Langley),

-, coastwaiter, London port, 186;

raw silks seized by, 331, 354. Errata, 1449.

-, Humphrey, son of William, lease, tenement in Eastway manor, 209;

daughter of. See Elizabeth.

-, Walter (William), lease, tenement in Eastway manor, 127, 209, 348. Errata, 1447.

-, William, brother of Walter, lease, tenement in Eastway manor, 348.

-, -, father of Humphrey, grant to, tenement in Eastway manor, 209.

Langford's Lands, [? in Winkfield, co. Berks], rent out of, 1023.

Langhan. See Laughan.

Langhorne, Luke, Army payment, 149, 196.

-, Sir William, bond of, for East India Company's shipments, 1211.

Langle, Peter de or d', landwaiter, London port, 193, 999.

Langley, . master of the John Betty .1361.

-, Christian, houses in Norwich, 1262.

-, Henry. See Langford.

-, Sir Roger, a Commissioner for Prizes, 18, 335, 763;

loan by, 915.

-, Thomas, captain, Customs place, 136;

relieving Dutch seamen and soldiers at Harwich, 352, 367, 537.

Langram, Peter, et al., freight for ships hired in Ireland, 29.

Langston, co. Derby. See Longstone.

Langston (Langstone), [Francis or Thomas], colonel, regiment of, 50, 91, 124, 191, 235, 251, 284, 805, 1045;

agent to. See Roberts, R.;

chaplain to. See Stoughton, W.;

issue out of payment to, 511.

-, Francis, colonel, regiment of, 150, 274, 549.

-, John, of Deddington, collector of duty on stamped vellum etc., co. Oxford, 660, 672.

-, Thomas, colonel, regiment of, 530.

Langtown, co. Cumberland. See Longtown.

Langwith, John, messenger of the Chamber attending the Customs, executors of, 5.

Lanier, Sir John, lieutenant-general, regiment of, 235, 273, 274, 453, 512, 750;

agent to, 273;

troopers under, pay arrears of, 799.

Lansdown, Viscount. See Granville, Charles.

Lansdowne, William, clerk to the cheque, Bristol port, 975.

Lanteglos, Lauteglos, Park, co. Cornwall, 1172, 1263, 1301, 1343.

Lapaire. See Stone, F. le P.

La Pierre. See Stone, F. le P.

La Plaigne. See Plaigne.

Laprimodes, Maurice, Reformed captain, Army pension for, 983.

Lardon. See Leonard.

Lardsor. See Hadsor.

Larey, James, arrested for burglary, 943.

Larivere (Larrivere), Paul, loans by, 909, 912.

Laroche (Laroch), Peter, loans by, 911

-, See also Loixoes.

La Rousseliere. See Rousseliere.

Larrivere. See Larivere.

La Salle. See Salle.

Lascelles (Lascells, Lassells), , widow of, Army payment for, 727.

-, Edward, executors of, interest on loans, 1008.

-, Richard, loans by, 133, 140, 219, 268, 402, 603, 604, 938.

-, -, of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, goldsmith, payment by, 340;

receiver of the Act [56 Wm. and Mary, e. 7] for duties on salt etc for securing 1, 000, 000l. loans, 549;

royal bounty for good services, 614.

-, Thomas, housekeeper of the Excise Office, 182, 5278.

Lassells. See Lascelles.

Lasserer. See Ferte.

Laten. See Latten.

Latham, John, Corporal of Horse, Army pay arrears, 566.

Latimer, , lease, lands in Longtown etc., co. Cumberland, 17.

-, David, son of John, tenant, Netherby etc., co. Cumberland, 17.

-, John, lease, Netherby etc., co. Cumberland, 17.

La Touche. See Touche.

Latten (Laten, Lattin, Latton), John, King's searcher. Plymouth port, 1245, 1252.

-, -, lease, lodge etc. in Richmond, Old Park, 612, 653, 7667, 778, 1292.

-, -, royal bounty for, 424.

-, See also Letten.

Latus, John, landwaiter's place, Bristol port, 462.

Lauder (Lawder), , colonel, regiment of, 92, 129, 527, 1045;

agent to. See Hamilton, W.

Laughan (Langhan), John, King's tenant, co. Meath, 178. Errata, 1448.

Laugharne, co. Carmarthen, 996.

Laughton, , letter of, 623.

Laurence. See Lawrence.

Lauteglos. See Lanteglos.

Lauze, John, Yeoman of the Stirrup to the Queen, 1035, 1075.

-, Stephen, alamodes seized by the Customs, 1294.

Lavallin's Land, Levalins Land, Coolock barony, co, Dublin, 251, 316.

Lave. See Lavor.

Laver. See Lavor.

Lavera, James, of London, merchant, wines etc. imported by, 831.

Laverton, co. Somerset, 1172;

manor of, 878, 1172.

Lavie, John, French refugee, prisoner in the King's Bench, 18.

-, Mary, Customs debt of husband of, 390.

Lavor (Lave, Laver), Samuel, [ware-housekeeper] for prizes, Plymouth, French wine sold by, 171.

Law, Henry, noontender, London port, 377.

-, Thomas, accomptant to the Penny Post Office, 435.

Lawder. See Lauder.

Lawford, Edward, King's waiter's place, London port, 608.

Lawless, Walter, lands of, co. Kilkenny, forfeited, 251, 317.

Lawley, Sir Francis, Master and Treasurer of the Jewel House, 18, 58, 61, 98, 146, 187, 199, 204, 377, 439, 471, 583, 638, 646, 648, 663, 673, 700, 773, 815, 836, 929, 955, 1010, 1030, 1043, 1073, 1095, 1223, 1240, 1243, 1248, 1258, 1261, 1314, 1363.

Lawrence (Laurence), , captain, master of the Sun, 411.

-, Andrew, Surveyor of the Ways, 898, 904, 1179, 1187, 1233, 1241, 1411.

-, Daniel, loan by, 877.

-, Edward, collector, Shoreham, 90.

-, Emanuel, vessel of, sunk in Torbay, at the King's landing there, reward for, 58, 88, 1123. See also Leverance, Emanuel.

-, Grisell, lease, lands, co. Cornwall, 300.

-, John, receiver of First Fruits and Tenths in England and Wales, 762.

-, Noah, of London, merchant, affidavit concerning goods seized by the French, 924.

-, Sir Thomas, Secretary for Maryland, 1170, 1244, 1265.

-, William, doctor, bill signed by, 110.

-, -, proposal of, to farm duties of stannaries, cos. Cornwall and Devon, 12423.

Laws, Eliz. See Davies, E.

Lawson, Ann, daughter of Sir John. See St. George, Ann.

-, Edward, tidesman, Shields, 1234.

-, Sir John, pension for Dame Ann St. George, one of the daughters of, 194.

-, Joseph, Serjeant-at-Arms, 715, 735, 1088.

-, Robert, of Lancaster, merchant, Customs debt, 474, 556.

Laycock (Lycock), Martin, lieutenant, in Col. H. Rowe's regiment, Army payments, 272, 279, 283;

captain, in Viscount Charlemont's regiment, 774.

-, Richard, captain, commander of the America, 893.

-, Walter, Surveyor General of Woods, Trent North, 522, 7789, 785, 1348.

Layton, co. Essex. See Leyton.

Lazingby, Robert, noontender, London port, 377.

Lazonby, co. Cumberland, manor of, 343.

L'Bass. See Bas.

L'Britonier. See Bretonniere.

Lea, co. Chester, 829.

-, King's County and Queen's County, manor and lordship of, 213, 1027.

-, Portnahinch barony, Queen's County, 1027.

-, See also Lee.

Lea River, co. Cork, Ploody pool in, 1063.

Leach. See Leech.

Leader, John, captain, commander of the Chatham, 467.

-, Luke, loan by, 916.

Leake (Leek, Leeke), Ralph, loan by, 639, 646.

-, Richard, Master Gunner, 715, 734, 944, 1274.

-, William, collector of duty on stamped vellum etc., co. Salop, 672.

Leane, Thomas, tidesman and boatman, Penzance, 1106.

Lear (Leare), John, visitor and governor of the William and Mary College, Virginia, 245.

Leask. See Liske.

Leason. See Leeson.

Leatherland (Letherland), , captain, master of the Eagle, 411.

-, John, commander of the Richard, 1216.

Leavers Lands, [co. Berks], rents out of, 1024.

Le Bas, Le Bass. See Bas.

Le Breu. See Breu.

Lebron. See Lebrun.

Lebrun (Lebron, Le Brun), Jaques, lieutenant, pension for, 217, 634, 895;

pension transferred to Francis, 992.

-, Francis, brother of Jaques, pension transferred to, 992.

Lecaan, John, physician to the Hospital, Ireland, 148.

Lecester. See Leicester.

Lechmere, Sir Nicholas, 416, 524.

Leckhampstead, co. Berks, rent out of lands in, 1022.

Le Conquet Bay, Conquest Bay, France, ships forced on shore, 1187.

Lecuwen. See Leeuwen.

Lee (Lea, Leigh, Ley), , colonel, regiment of, 517, 525. 632, 726, 727, 744, 775, 851, 857, 921, 1000, 1045;

agent for. See Knewstub, J.

-, -, trees felled in Mote Park, 193.

-, Christopher, grant, tenements in Bradninch manor, 213.

-, Eliz., bill of, payment of, 1077.

-, Fra., loan by, 910.

-, Francis, of Rathbride, lands of, Ireland, forfeited, 4.

-, George, lands of, Efford Green Marsh, Modbury, 442.

-, Godfrey, loan by, 914.

-, John, royal bounty for, 455, 721, 868.

-, Jonathan, apothecary, Army medical supplies, 110, 605, 991, 1001.

-, Mary, pension from the Queen, 1035, 1075, 1132, 1259.

-, Peter, of Lyme Regis, prisoner in the Tower, 897.

-, Ralph, agent for prizes, Messina, 1261.

-, Robert, of New York, mariner, 1072.

-, Thomas, captain, ensign in the Earl of Bath's regiment, 162.

-, -, East India Company assisted by, 361.

-, -, inquisition taken at Leeds, 288.

Leech (Leach), John, a burglar, 1136.

-, Mary, widow, royal bounty for, 2378, 245, 455, 722, 869.

-, William, loan by, 908.

Leeds, co. York, inquisition taken at, 288.

Leeds, Duke of. See Osborne, Thomas.

Leeds, Ebenezer, agent for Colonel Russell's regiment, 1255.

-, Richard, bills of, payment of, 1076, 1077.

Leek, Leeke. See Leake.

Leeson (Leason), . tenement etc., Scotland Yard, assigned to, 622.

-, John, officer in the Post Office, 271, 435, 812.

-, Mary, widow, tenement etc., Scotland Yard, assigned by, 622.

Leeuwen (Lecuwen), John van, tea and calico from Holland, seized, 844. Errata, 1451.

LEEWARD ISLANDS, Agents or Commissioners of, 37, 1086. See also Bryar;

Carey, R.;

Codrington, C.;

Hutchinson, A.

beef for, 1088.

chaplains in, or going to. See Allen, J.;

Cruckshank, J.;

Innes, A.;

Lowe, C.;

Molineux;

Slade. A.;

Young, J. convoys for, 387, 393, 410411.

cotton, 37.

Council of, 37.

Deputy Auditor of Plantations. See Byam, E.

expedition against the French, 731.

Foot Company in, 91, 375, 557, 570, 9912, 1046, 1118;

agent for. See Carpenter, N. Four and a Half per cent. Duty in, collectors of, 1011, 1028.

officers of, 327.

revenue, or duty goods of, payments out of, 327, 1011, 1028;

shipped to England, 10101, 1028, 1432.

Government of, contingent charges of, provision for, 1011.

Governor of. See Codrington, C.;

salary of, 1011, 1028, 1432.

Irish linen for, 1088.

murderer executed in, estate of, escheated, 13, 37.

negroes, 37.

pork for, 1088.

prizes taken to, King's share of, 552.

regiments in, or going to, 327, 906, 1011, 1028, 1086, 1116, 1131, 1212, 1363, 1429, 1432;

establishment of, detailed, 906.

schoolmaster going to. See Cumming, J.

ships for. 36, 353, 387, 393, 403, 410411, 506, 801, 1086, 1088, 1253.

ships hired for the service of, 95, 731, 1086, 1211.

slaves, 37.

stores for the King's ships, 1086.

sugar, 37.

Leewards. See Havering.

Le Flayes Close. See Richmond, Old Park.

Le Forrest. See Forrest.

Legge (Legg), , colonel, et al., licence to make copper halfpence in Ireland, 1086.

Leghorn, Legorne, Ligorne, Linorno, Livorno, Italy, 40, 55, 564, 572, 969, 1182, 1209, 1225, 1238, 1275. Errata, 1457.

agent for prizes. See Shepherd, W.

consul at. See Blackwell, L.;

Herne, N.

letters posted at, 1338.

port charges at, 1339.

prizes taken to, 940.

ships from, 1214, 1262.

ships' stores from, 1339.

ships to, 258, 380, 409, 1353.

wine imported from, 1262.

Legmore, Joseph, lease, Shippon, co. Berks, 855.

Legorne. See Leghorn.

Le Goulesnes. See Goulesnes.

Le Heup. See Heup.

Leicester, county of, 310, 576, 1243.

Custos Rotulorum. See Grey, Thomas, Earl of Stamford.

Excise officers, 44, 489490.

fee farm rents, 1019;

receivers of. See Finnes, S.;

Hawkins, W.;

Hewett, J.

Lord Lieutenant. See Manners, John, Earl of Rutland.

Members of Parliament for, 1436. See also Ashby;

Sherard, Bennett, Lord Sherard.

raising seamen, in, for the fleet, 44, 490, 1291.

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, Births etc. See Truman, T.

Receiver of Crown Revenues, 720. See also Hewett, J.;

Hewett, T.

Receivers General Commissioners etc. of Assessments, 33, 152, 223, 420, 466, 589, 611, 696, 723, 933, 1237, 1287, 1308, 1436.

stamped vellum and paper, collector of duty on. See Cradock, J.

Leicester, co. Leicester, common oven in, fee farm rent, of, 1019.

mayor of, 610. See also Bentley, W.

Popish priest convicted at, estate of, seized, 610, 685, 707.

regiment ordered to march to, 726.

Summer Assizes at, 685.

Leicester, Earl of. See Dudley, Robert;

Sydney, Philip.

Leicester (Lecester), Francis, collector, Padstow port, 53, 1282;

surveyor, Bristol port, 872.

-, Math., tenant, Abergele, 1050;

tenant, Erethlyn, 1051.

-, Thomas, lands of, King's County, forfeited, 1347.

Loigh, co. Essex, Customs officer at, 875.

- See also Lee.

Leighton, Baldwin, colonel, pension or royal bounty for, 97, 722, 734, 1067.

-, Charles, accomptant to the surveyors of duties on glass etc., 1200.

-, Sir Edward, of Wattlesborough, baronetcy feos, discharge of, 72, 511.

-, Susanna, pension for, 31, 168, 684, 771;

loan by, 913.

Leinster, province of, escheator of. See Wallis, C.

Leinster, Duke of. See Schomberg, Meinhardt.

Loisler, Jacob, of New York city, executed for treason, estate of, 65.

-, -, of New York city, son of Jacob, father's estate, 65.

Leith, Scotland, transport of Foot soldiers from, 474, 485, 508, 645.

Leixlip, North Salt barony, co. Kildare, 178.

Leixoes, Laroche, Lixa, Portugal, agent for Prizes at. See Freemantle, J. Errata, 1452.

Lemar, Peter, loan by, 910.

Lemsford. See Lunsford.

Lenagh, Edward, captain, joined the King's forces on surrender of Limerick, 1213.

Lonaghan, Edmund, Irish Army officer at Limerick, 242.

Lenep. See Leup.

Le Neve (Leneve, L'Neve), , captain, searcher, bullion seized by, 382.

-, -, recommended for employment as inspector of duties on coal, London port, 1206.

-, Peter, deputy chamberlain of the Receipt, sorting records, foreign and domestic, in the Treasury of the Receipt at Westminster, 58, 135, 275, 501, 686, 930, 1134,;

attending the Tally Court, 563, 970,;

Rouge Croix Pursuivant, 719, 1114.

Lennard (Leonard), John, [of Limerick], mortgages of, forfeited, 351.

-, Thomas, Earl of Sussex, Crown debt due to, issues for, 974, 984, 1096, 1099, 1119.

Lennick-Saint-Quentin, St. Quentin Linnich, Belgium, [camp at], 319.

Lennox, Anne, Duchess of Richmond, muslins from Holland, 90.

-, Charles, Duke of Richmond, grant (1677) from Charles II. of duty on sea coals shipped at Newcastle, 1305.

Lenor Coast, Lenor Cost. See Lanercost.

Lenthall, Dame Elizabeth, royal bounty for, 455, 721, 868.

Leonard, James, alias Lardon, robbery on the highway, 830.

- See also Lennard.

Leonard Coast. See Lanercost.

Leons. See Holt.

Le Poole Closes. See Galltvaenan.

Leseley. See Leslic.

Lesk. See Liske.

Leslie (Lesely, Lesly), David, 5th Earl of Leven, regiment of, 48, 92, 111, 117, 127, 129.

-, Sir James, colonel, regiment of, 91, 476, 487, 525, 570, 811, 1045;

agent to. See Watson, J.

-, Kath., royal bounty for, 2378, 245.

Lesly. See Leslie.

Lesnewth, co. Cornwall, hundred of, 1083;

steward of. See Tremayne, Sir J.;

Tremayne, L.

L'Estang. See Estang.

Letherland. See Leatherland.

Lethieullier (Lethiculier, Lethieulier), Abraham, loan by, 912. Errata, 1452.

-, Lady Jane, loans by, 907, 909, 912, 914, 915. Errata, 1452.

-, Sir John, loan by, 916. Errata, 1452.

-, William, loans by, 911, 915. Errata, 1452.

Letten, Sara, loan by, 909.

-, Susanna, loan by, 909.

-, See also Latten.

Lettergorman, Littergorman, East Carbery barony, co. Cork, 228, 259.

Leu, , grant to (temp. Car. I.), house, wharves etc., Stepney, 268.

Leuis. See Lewis.

Leup or Lenep, . pensioner of the Queen, 1259.

Levalins Land. See Lavallin's Land.

Levander (Levando), Meriando (Marcando, Mariando), a soldier, prisoner in Newgate, 94, 117. Errata, 1447.

Levant, ships trading to, 840, 950.

Le Vasseur. See Vasseur.

Leven, co. York, manor of, 519.

Leven, Earl of. See Leslie, David.

Leverance, Emanuel, vessel sunk at Torbay to prevent landing of the French, 772. See also Lawrence, Emanuel.

Leverton, co. Berks, manor of, rent out of, 1022.

Leveson (Levison), Richard, brigadier or colonel, regiment of, 3, 78, 91, 118, 191, 274, 476, 483, 499, 525, 544, 573, 641, 890, 989, 1045;

agent to, 3. See also Spenceley, W.

Levett (Levet), Sir Richard, ship for Guinea etc., 36;

sheriff of London and Middlesex, 308.

Leving, Levinge, Levings. See Levins.

Levingston (Levingstone, Levinston, Livingston), , lieutenant, Army pay arrears, 159.

-, Sir F. See Levingston, Sir Thomas.

-, Robert, of New York, granted offices of Collector of Excise and quit rents, Town Clerk, Clerk of the Peace and Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, Albany, 1274;

interest on moneys advanced by, for support of forces etc. in New York, 46, 156, 12734, 1277, 1294, 1295, 1427, 1428;

treaties negociated with Indians of New York, 1274.

-, Sir Thomas (Sir F.), regiment of, 91, 129 (Errata, 1448), 476, 483, 517, 527, 569, 592, 607, 1045 (Errata, 1454), 1309;

agent to. See Hamilton, W.

-, William, master of the of the Flying Horse of Bristol, 430.

Levins (Leving, Levinge, Levings), Sir Richard, Solicitor General, Ireland, 131, 288, 337, 344, 3645, 370, 475, 580, 691, 729, 730, 959, 993;

counsel to Board of Revenue Commissioners, Ireland, appointment as, 131;

Speaker of the House of Commons, Ireland, 223.

Levinston. See Levingston.

Levison. See Leveson.

Lewen (Lewin), Peter van, Page of the Queen's Backstairs, 1034, 1074.

-, Thomas, loans by, 695.

-, -, Pension from the Queen, 1127.

Lewes, co. Sussex, 658. 672, 1246;

riding surveyor at, 889.

Lewin. See Lewen.

Lewis, Prince of Baden, envoy from. See Steyn, Baron;

goods of, 479, 1240;

retinue of, lodgings for 722, 735;

servant in attendance on, 1193.

Lewis (Leuis), Edward, house of, St. Francis Street, Dublin, 691.

-, Edward, et al., tenants, Llanfyllin, etc. parishes, 1059.

-, Griffith John, alias James or Jones, of Denbigh, grazier, estate of, seized, 262, 539.

-, Henry, Army contractor, 2, 11, 2930, 12134, 1351.

-, Jenkin, agent for Sir, B. Granville's regiment, 1045.

-, John, tenant, Castle Caerinion, 1057.

-, Robert, convicted for burglary, 774, 777.

Lewisham, Lewsham, Gate. See Greenwich Park

Lexington, Lord. See Sutton, Robert.

Ley, the. See Windsor, Old.

- See also Lee.

Leyett, Aldred, master of the Joan and Elizabeth, 1361.

Leyonbergh. See Leyoncrona.

Leyoncrona (Leyonbergh), , envoy from Sweden, 585;

secretary to the King of Sweden, 809.

Leyton, Layton, co. Essex, 116;

manor of, 60;

Wallwood. See Wallwood.

L'Hospital. See Hospital.

Library, the. See London and Westminsterstreets etc. (St. James's).

Lichfield, co. Stafford, 1033;

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, Births etc. See Green, W.;

Receivers General of Assessments, 151, 390, 590, 934.

Lichfield Cathedral, dean and chapter of, perpetuity to, 80;

Divinity Lecturer. See Baker, W.;

vicars choral of, perpetuity to, 80, 954.

Lichfield and Coventry, bishop of, 278, 1185. See also Lloyd W.;

First Fruits, arrears of, 1185;

grant to, of rectories, tithes etc., part of the Marquess of Powis's estate, 2778.

Liddell, Liddall, co. Cumberland, manor of 189.

Liddell (Lyddal, Lyddall, Lyddell), Dennis, Commissioner of the Navy, 765, 1443;

comptroller of the accounts of the Treasurer of the Navy, 685.

-, Robert, receiver of subscriptions to the Bank of England, 954.

Lidstone (Lydstone), Nicho., master of the St. George 1361.

Liege, Belgium, arms at, Ordnance issues for, 75, 87, 132;

bishop of, envoy from. See Lowe, Baron;

Elector of Brandenburg's troops at, exchange money for, 593;

forage at, issues for, 19, 207 225;

subsidies for, 1370.

Liffey, co. Dublin, ferry, 654.

Lifford, co. Donegal, ferry, 654.

Ligorne, See Leghorn.

Lillingstone (Lillington, Lillingston, Llillingston), Geo., of Barbados, petition for grant of Naval Office, Barbados, 414.

-, Luke colonel, regiment of, 509, 577, 612, 644, 726, 727, 753, 755, 787, 788, 789, 792, 794, 816, 851, 854, 883, 991, 1016, 1065, 1110, 1118, 1285, 1305, 1373;

agent to, 851.

Lilly, Stephen, Receiver General of the Post Office, 20, 331, 342, 435, 508, 690, 867, 965, 974, 1283, 1363.

Lime Kilns, Bristol port. See Bristol.

Limerick, county of, 409, 654, 980.

Limerick, co Limerick, 96, 645,

Article-man of 1013.

articles of capitulation, 4, 245, 729, 925, 1222.

attack on, under the Duke of Schomberg, 713.

Danish troops at, 385, 386.

houses ruined, 822.

repairs at, 12.

siege of, 560, 1027.

stores at, brass money in, 699, 784, 1120.

surrender of, 600, 1390;

Irish officers who joined the King's forces on, 156, 1967, 201, 2423, 250, 756, 799, 811, 834, 1007, 1161, 1213, 1368;

Irish troops transported to France on, 958, 1233.

Limerick, diocese of, bishop, dean and clergy of, 351.

Limerick, Earl of. See Dungan, William.

Linch. See Lynch.

Lincoln, bishopric of, bishop of, 30. See also Gardiner, J.;

Tenison, T.;

dean and chapter of, fee farm rent payable by, 1018, 1019;

tenths of, 97.

Lincoln, county of, 207, 293, 295, 423, 424, 431, 588, 810, 890, 1253, 1324.

concealed lands in, 1134.

fee farm rents, 293, 295, 1018, 1024;

receivers of. See Finnes, S.;

Hawkins, W.;

Hewett, J.

raising seamen in, for the fleet, 46, 489, 902, 1291.

Receiver General of Hearthmoney. See Blackburne, G Receiver of Crown Revenues, 516, 720. See also Hewett, J.;

Hewett, T.

Receivers General, Commissioners etc. of Assessments, 33, 152, 217, 223, 250, 464, 465, 466, 479, 539, 589, 723, 771, 776, 854, 933, 960, 1307.

Receivers General of Duties on Marriages, Births etc. See Cawthorpe, T.;

Kent, T

stamped vellum and paper, collector of duty on. See Cowley, E.

Vice-Admiral. See Saunderson, George, Viscount Castleton.

Lincoln, co. Lincoln, Assizes, 709;

St. Michael parish, 1018;

tenths of, 197, 683.

Lincoln, Earl of. See Clinton, Theophilus.

Lindewell. See Lindwell.

Lindon (Lyndon), Sir, John, Justice of the Court of Chief Place, Ireland, 374.

Lindores, Thomas, messenger to Charles II, 106.

Lindsey, co Lincoln, division of, commissioners of assessments, 217.

-, [? co. Lincoln], inhabitants of, petition concerning coals, 1418.

Lindsey, Earl of. Sec Bertie, Montagu;

Bertie, Robert.

Lindwell (Lindewell), Francis, tenant, Great Oakley etc., 1055.

Line, , chaplain, going to Maryland, 1266, 1276.

Linkinhorne, co. Cornwall, tin-blowing house, 522.

Linorno. See Leghorn.

Linstead (Lynsted), William, collector, Lynn Regis port, 1002.

Linton, , grant to, Brigstock manor, 990.

Lisbaliat. See Lisbealad.

Lisbealad, Lisbaliat, East Carbery barony, co. Cork, 228, 259.

Lisbehegh, Lisbehogy, East Carbery barony, co. Cork, 228, 259.

Lisbehogy. See Lisbehegh.

Lisbon, Potugal, 1287;

Brazil wood imported from, 1098;

English seamen sent home from, 941;

prizes taken to, 940;

ship of, 309;

wine from, 1132.

Lisboy, Lisnabeg, Lisnaboy, Slane barony, co. Meath, 252, 316, 493, 639, 1012.

Lisburne, Viscount. See Loftus, A.

Lisdornan. Sec Listernan.

Lisko (Leaske, Lesk), Alexander, charges of J. Cumming, payment for, 1062.

-, Andrew, tidesman, London port, 238, 556, 6478.

Liskeard Park, co. Cornwall, 295, 348;

manor of, 209210.

Lisle, Viscount. See Sydney, Philip.

Lisle (Lyle, Lysle), Madam, Pension from the Queen, 1128.

-, d', captain, Irish pension for, 966.

-, -, pension from the Queen, 1128.

-, Ann, widow, lease, Shaw Farm, Windsor, 266, 945, 1016.

-, Christian, loan by, 910.

-, Eliz., loan by, 910.

-, Robert, boatman, St. Helen's, Isle of Wight, 1126.

Lismalady, Lismoledy, Corkaree barony, co. Westmeath, 177.

Lisnabeg, Lisnaboy. See Lisboy.

Lister (Lyster), , Dr-, lodge of, [in co. Berks], 1023.

-, Martin, loans by, 913, 914.

-, Thomas, carver to the Queen, 1034, 1074.

-, -, pension for, 486.

-, William, collector of duty on stamped vellum etc., East Riding, York, 672.

Listernan [? Lisdornan, Upper Duleek barony], co. Meath, 177.

Littergorman. See Lettergorman.

Little, Thomas, committed to Newgate, 117.

-, William, of Uxbridge, innholder, 8.

Little Ardrums, Little Aldrulm, Little Ardrum, Deece barony, co. Meath, 629, 927, 1013, 1063.

Little Crowinstown, Little Croynstown. See Crowinstown.

Little Glanies, See Glane.

Little Hale, Little Hall, Wood. See Oundle.

Little Keyre, Little Kyre. See Kyre Parva.

Little Marsh. See Modbury.

Little Peatling. See Peatling Parva.

Little Rath. See Littlerath.

Littleclose, co. Lancaster, pasture called fee farm, rent of, 1019.

Littlecroynstowne, See Crowinstown.

Littlefair (Littlefaire, Littlepaire), , captain, master of the Golden Fortune, 1116, 1159. Errata, 1456.

Littlehales (Little Hales), Richard, footman to the Queen, 1035, 1075.

Littlehampton, co. Sussex, Customs officers, 1348.

Littlepaire, See Littlefair.

Littlerath, Little Rath, Naas North barony, co. Kildare, 177.

Littleton, Sir Charles, sub-commissioner for prizes, 151, 180, 202.

-, Fisher, loan by, 910.

-, Sir Thomas, Clerk of the Ordnance, 12, 15, 479, 736, 944, 1274, 1424, 1427.

Liverpool, co. Lancaster, 1140.

commissioners for assessments, 90.

Customs collectors at, 49, 658. See also Scarborough, E.;

Ustick, R.

Customs officers at, 134, 144, 701, 728.

deputy Comptroller of. See Aldersey, A.;

Glover, T.;

Hodgson, J.

deputy to Transport Commissioners. See Tyrer.

hundred of, head collector of assessments in, 90.

merchants of, 322, 646. ships fro, 430.

stones from Ireland, stopped at, 536.

surveyor of. See Colquit, J.;

Sharpless, G.

Livingston. See Levingston.

Livorno. See Leghorn.

Lixa. See Leixoes.

Llanbadarn Fawr, co. Cardigan, hundred of, duplicate assessment roll for the [Quarterly] Poll for, III.

Llanybyther. See Llanybyther.

Llandaff, Bishop of. See Beaw, W.

Llanddewi, Llandewy, co. Radnor, letter dated at, 783.

Llandewy. See Llanddewi.

Llandgynog. See Llandgynog.

Llandinam, co. Montgomery, 56.

Llandrino, Llangmeo, co. Montgomery, 1059.

Llandyssil, co. Montgomery, 1058.

Llanegwest, Lanegwest, co. Denbigh, 1048.

Llanerchydol, co. Montgomery, manor of, 1055.

Llanerfyl, Llaneroyle, Llanveroyk, Llanveroyle, co. Montgomery, 1059. Errata, 1456.

Llaneroyle. See Llanerfyl.

Llanfair, l Llanvair, Llanveir, Llanvevi, co. Montgomery, 1059. Errata. 1455.

Llanfarthing, alias St. Martin's See St. Martin's.

Llanfihangel, Llanvihangel, co. Montgomery, 1058.

Llanfihangel ar Arth, Llanvihangel Yeroth, co. Carmarthen, fair of, 157, 1141. Errata, 1457.

Llanfyllin, Llanvilling, Llanvyllin, Llanwilling, co. Montgomery, 1058;

fairs in, 10589;

Greenhall, 1058;

weekly market, 1058. Errata, 1455.

Llangadfan, Llangadvan, co. Montgomery, 1059.

Llangmeo. See Llandrinio.

Llangyniew, Llanguniew, co. Montgomery, 1059.

Llangynog, Llandgynog, co. Montgomery, 1058, 1059.

Llanibyther. See Llanybyther.

Llanllchaiarn, co. Montgomery, 1058.

Llanllugan, co, Montgomery, 1058.

Llanmerewig, Llanyrwigg, Llanyrywig, co. Montgomery, 1058. Errata, 1455.

Llanrhaiadr, Llanrhayadyr, Llanrhyadyr, co. Montgomery, 1058, 1059;

fair, market and tolls, 1059.

Llanvair. See Llanfair.

Llanveir. See Llanfair.

Llanveroyk, Llanveroyle. See Llanerfyl.

Llanvevi. See Llanfair.

Llanvihangel. See Llanfihangel.

Llanvihangel Yeroth. See Llanfihangel ar Arth.

Llanvilling, Llanvyllin. See Llanfyllin.

Llanwddyn, Llanwishing, Llanwithin, Llanwithing, Llanwyddin, co. Montogomery, 1058. Errata, 1455.

Llanwen. See Llanwnen.

Llanwenog, co. Cardigan, fair, 157, 1141.

Llanwilling. See Llanfyllin.

Llanwishing, Llanwen, Llanwithing. See Llanwddyn.

Llanwnen, Llanwen, Llanwnnen. co. Cardigan, fair, 157, 1141.

Llanwyddin. See Llanwddyn.

Llanybyther, Llanbyther, Llanibyther, co. Cardigan, fair, 157, 1141.

-, co. Carmarthen, fair, 157, 1141.

Llanyrwigg, Llanyrywig. See Llanmerewig.

Llavassog. See Llewesog.

Lleweny, Lleweney, Llewenny, Llewenny, co. Denbigh, 1049, 1052;

Liveryes, 1049;

Park, 1049;

Wallfield, 1049.

Llewesog, Llavassog, co. Denbig, 1052.

Llillington, Llillingston. See Lillingstone.

Lloyd (Floyd, Loyd, Loyde), , adjutant-general, Army payment, 578.

-, -, agent the Second Marine Regiment, 1258.

-, Abraham, of Bristol, estate of William, brother of, 13, 37.

-, Ann, daughter of W. Pendrell, Army pension for, 963.

-, Ann Robert ap Jenkin. See Robert ap Jenkin Lloyd.

-, Bevis, Receiver General of Crown Revenues, South Wales, 79, 97, 193, 362, 962, 1366.

-, Charles, of Bristol, brewer, Excise debt, discharged, 310, 540.

-, Edmund. See Lloyd, Edward.

-, [Edward], colonel, regiment of, 75, 182, 185, 235, 499, l508.

-, Edward (Edmund), colonel, regiment of, 91, 111, 157, 217, 389, 395, 492, 644, 781, 806, 814, Errata 1451.

-, -, commission for duties on stamped vellum etc., 618, 697.

-, -, Gentleman Usher Daily Waiter to the Queen, 1034, 1074;

bills of, payment of, 1076, 1078.

-, -, loan, by, 917.

-, -, of New England, mariner 945.

-, -, outlaw, estate of, Llandinam, 56.

-, -, under clerk of the Privy Council, 699, 724.

-, Eliz., loan by, 908.

-, Enbulus, tenant, Postley Park, 1049.

-, Sir Evan, surety for J. Clay, 262, 53940.

-, Francis, Second Judge, cos. Anglesea, Carnarvon and Merioneth, 1122, 1168.

-, Godfrey, colonel, regiment of, 91, 355, 513, 621, 668, 738, 785, 791, 875, 1116, 1133.

-, James, coastwaiter's place, London port, 809.

-, John, and Company, of London, merchants, ships for Madeira, 93.

-, -, collector of duty on stamped vellum etc., co. Denbigh, 672.

-, -, landwaiter, Liverpool port, 701, 728;

deputy searcher, Fowey port, 728.

-, -, services in the Customs, 1275.

-, -, tenant, Bachymbyd, co. Denbigh, 1052.

-, -, tenant, Segrwyd and Cernyfed, co. Denbigh, 1052.

-, Kath., loan by, 908.

-, Owen, tenant, lands in Clifferio, co. Denbigh, 1051.

-, Sir Philip, Warden of the Mint, 1358.

-, Robert, captain, half pay, 36.

-, -, tenant, Archwedlog, co. Denbigh, 1051;

tenant, Prysllygod, co. Denbigh, 1051.

-, Roderick (Rotherick), executor of T. Griffiths, 149, 461, 519.

-, Thomas, Paymaster of the Works, 1, 38, 47, 67, 233, 253, 2634, 291, 293, 303, 455, 511, 587, 715, 723, 763, 807, 8123, 817, 994, 997, 1010, 1073, 1136, 1137, 1182, 1240, 1288, 13191320, 1347, 1360;

issues to etc. See Index of SubjectsWorks, Paymaster;

loans by, 5, 11, 1354, 1355.

-, -, premises of, co. Montgomery, 277.

-, William, bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, grant to, glebe lands, Poole, Guilsfield etc., 1054;

issue to, for the Queen's pensioners, 1127.

-, -, colonel, regiment of, 1045, 1159, 1236, 1251;

agent for See Spenceley, W.

-, -, executed for murder of T. Johnson, estate of, in Antigua, 13, 37.

-, -, son of Ann, army pension, 963.

-, -, tenant, Poole, co. Montgomery, 1058.

L'Neve. See Le Neve.

Lo, la, Reformed captain, Army payment, 195.

Loads, Philip, waiter and searcher, Heacham and Brancaster ports, 460.

Loan, Lovin, Luffany, Fassadinin barony, co. Kilkenny, 994. Errata 1453.

Lobb, Henry, assignee of the Duke of Devonshire, loans by, 1352.

Lobsband (Lobsbond), Hen., loans, by 912, 915, 917.

Loche, de, prisoner in France, bounty for, 884.

Lock. See Locke

Lockart. See Lockhart.

Locke (Lock), John, Commissioner for Greenwich Hospital, 944.

-, Nicholas, of London, merchant, lease, waste ground, Blackheath, 756, 8389, 891.

Lockhart (Lockart), Martha, Woman of the Queen's Bedchamer, 1034, 1075.

Lockinge, co. Berks, rent out of a tenement in, 1022.

Loddington, John, of London, merchant, goods of, taken by the French, 931.

-, [Nathaniel], consul at [Tripoli], 1214.

Lodge, John, assistant surveyor, afterwards surveyor of the warehouse, London port, 759, 1238.

-, Robert, boatman, Sunderland port, 1323.

Loe. See Loo.

Loftus, Adam, Viscount Lisburne, park of, in Dublin, 575;

pension arrears, as in trust for the Earl of Ranelagh, 73;

regiment of, 235, 344, 397, 399, 1306, 1345.

-, Joseph, killed by A. Turner, 432.

Loghill, Longhill, co. Limerick, ferry of, 654. Errata, 1451.

Logstown, Naas South barony, co. Kildare, 177.

Lolcar [? Holker], co. Lancaster, rents of lands in, 1020.

Lom. See Lome.

Lombard, Peter, bills of, payment of, 1077.

Lome (Lom), Peter de, lieutenant, Irish Army pension, 1029.

LONDON, Admiralty Court in. See Index of SubjectsAdmiralty.

aldermen of. See London Lord Mayor and aldermen. alien's estate in, commission to enquire into, 125.

assessment commissioners, memorial from, 709.

assessment moneys brought to, under guard, 497.

bill of ambassador's extraordinaries sworn at, 1337.

Bills of Mortality, common sewers in, grant of waters of, 285.

Bishop of, Acts of Parliament, printing and stationery for, 425, 815, 1319.

caveat concerning the grant of the fine or pardon of N. Charlton, 285.

commissary to, in Virginia. See Blair, J.

debt due to, from the Queen, payment of 1078.

gift of plate thought necessary by, for the King's chapel in Barbados, 583;

ditto, in Maryland, 1261;

ditto, in New England, 648.

letter of, order for payment on, 1390.

Queen's pension to, for poor ministers in New England, 1227, 1259.

See also Compton, H.

brewers of, petition of, concerning the coining of copper farthings and half pence, 330.

brewhouse and brewing trade in, partnership in, forfeited, King's share of, 1360.

cattle sold in, by graziers and dealers, 539.

Chamberlain of, 255, 455, 889, 890, 897, 1368, 1424, 1425;

bounty for procuring loans, 1393. See also Player, Sir T.;

Robinson, Sir L.;

assistant to, for receiving taxes. See Westfield.

citizens of, named, 662, 891, 987, 1204, 1229;

loans by. See Londonloans.

City, copper coins to be made in, 666;

garbler, 1121, 1175, 1186;

garbling, no claims for, for over thirty years, 1186;

Great Grant to, in 1628, 11712;

loans on the Million Act in, 214, 280;

loans procured from, 348. See also Londonloans by Citizens;

Remembrancer of. See LondonRemembrancer;

water main pipes in. See Londonwater main pipes.

City Duty, 1121.

corn for, prices of, testimony for ascertaining, 856.

correspondent in, of the Receiver General of Assessments, co. Rutland, 55.

Crown Revenues in, 1260;

auditor of. See Aldworth, W.;

Phillips, J.

Customs House. See Index of SubjectsCustoms .

Customs money brought, to, 1178;

guard for, 1441.

distiller of, 1204.

Excise, improvement of, proposals for, 1091, 1380, 1381;

loss of, farm of, 1396;

not to be separated from the Country Excise, 1389;

payment out of, 688.

Excise money brought to, or to be sent to, 446, 539, 573;

guard for, 1432.

Excise Office. See Index of SubjectsExcise .

forces in, issue for, 499.

fruit for, 717.

glass duties in, officers of, 1405.

goldsmiths of, 47, 85, 340, 549, 560, 610, 673, 686, 695, 1010, 1042.

Guards, detachment of, marching to.737.

guineas in, price of. 1145.

Hackney Coaches in, commissioners to rogulate number of, 636.

Hearthmoney, collector of. See Vawser. W.;

Receiver General of. See Potts, S.;

remitted to, 1143.

horses bought in, for troopers from Ireland, 229.

Irish Revenue Commissioners in, 827.

L. B., box marked, from Holland, 821.

lands etc. near, sold at extraordinary rates, 1336.

letters posted at, 1338.

loans by citizens of, 3, 50, 59, 174, 180, 214, 293, 310, 326, 355, 475, 543, 619, 1125, 1221;

commissioners of, 214.

Lord Mayor of, advances by, for poor people, 1425;

annuity to, for Christ's Hospital, 472, 876, 888, 1082;

bills of imposts for wines, 224, 533, 1068, 1317;

debt due to, from the Daltons in Ireland, 650;

solicitor to, 650;

to convey their Majesties' thanks to citizens for loans on the Million Act. 214. See also Ashurst, Sir J.;

Pilkington. Sir T.

Lord Mayor and aldermen of, to permit a pipe to be laid into the city main water pipes for water for the Stables, 322.

Lord Mayor and merchants of, ship of, hired, 3445.

medicants supplied by Duke of Wurtemberg for Danish forces in, 387.

merchants, tradesmen etc., 6, 18, 45, 46, 67, 93, 135, 142, 151, 152, 156, 165, 202, 255, 295, 314, 318, 323, 328, 351, 354, 369, 377, 403, 414, 444, 462, 480, 516, 5267, 560, 564, 572, 581, 606, 6667, 679, 738, 750, 811, 831, 855, 856, 867, 873, 878, 891, 895, 924, 925, 931, 951, 960, 961, 976, 978, 979, 982, 987, 988, 1011, 1044, 1072, 1081, 1085, 1086, 1098, 1116, 1119, 1121, 1122, 1152, 1155, 1159, 1208, 1209, 1229, 1242, 1262, 1269, 1285, 1355, 1361.

complaints by, against delay in delivery of letters at the Post Office, 661.

goods of, seized by the French, 924.

ships of, 67, 93, 142, 152, 165, 170, 3445, 401, 444, 717, 940, 1213, 1285;

engaged in Newfoundland fishery, 576. See also Londonport:

Londonships.

silks imported by, seized, 151, 354.

trading in tapestries from Flanders, 262.

trading to ports in the Straits, 3656;

to the Plantations, 401, 430, 444;

to Spain, 351, 940;

to Virginia, 1193.

money in and round, date of calling in, 1420.

Navy Commissioners in, conduct money to be paid to seamen by, 447.

New River. the, brought into, 421.

officers etc. going from or to, charges incurred by, 132, 371, 386.

offices in, fees paid at, for passing a privy seal, 333.

Ordnance Office. See index of SubjectsOrdnance .

paper shipped from Holland to, seized, 1242, 1311.

poor people of, issues for, 455, 889, 890, 897, 1424, 1425;

King's charity to, 1283.

port, account of treasure recovered from wrecks in Ireland to be brought to, 843.

aliens in, Petty Customs of. See Londonport, Strangers' Customs.

coal meters, agents of Duke of Richmond to inspect books etc. of 1305.

coast duty, collector of. See Crisp, Sir N.

cocquet seal, keeper of. See Starkey, H.;

Wilmer, J.

collector inwards, 1177. See also Shaw, Sir J.

collector outwards. See Crisp, Sir N.

Customs House. See Index of subjectsCustoms .

Customs Officers, 6, 17, 38, 46, 48, 56, 76, 98, 127, 130, 136, 146, 151, 153, 160, 172, 176, 181, 186, 188, 193, 208, 213, 214, 223, 226, 233, 234, 238, 240, 243, 262, 268, 284, 295, 306, 309, 320, 326, 354, 367, 375, 376, 377, 381, 390, 391, 395, 396,

401, 403, 422, 448, 449, 451, 455, 469, 477, 502, 508, 509, 514, 531, 550, 556, 565, 582, 584, 595, 596, 597, 604, 608, 612, 625, 626, 638, 640, 648, 679, 700, 709, 717, 7589, 760, 780, 781, 784, 809, 812, 837, 840, 849, 872, 875, 895, 899, 980, 987, 999, 1001, 1002, 1008, 1080, 1100, 1140, 1150, 1162, 1177, 1190, 1207, 1211, 1212, 1213, 12145, 1223, 1238, 1242, 1266, 1276, 1293, 1323, 1330, 1351, 1356, 1361, 1394, 1423.

duties on coal, glass etc., management of, by the comptroller and receiver, 1197. See also London port, patent officers;

offices of, 1214.

duties on potashes etc. collected in, 896.

examiners pf ships, 1151.

Foreign duty, collector of.

See Shaw, Sir J.

goods entered in 6, 924, 979, 982, 1311.

goods shipped from, 961, 976, 1082, 1083, 1084, 1086, 1088, 1094, 1099.

landsurveyors, relief from Land Taxes, 1294.

patent officers in, to manage the duties on coals, glass etc., 12056.

Petty Customs, surveyor of, grants of office of. See Fanshaw, Sir R.;

Godfrey, M.;

Harrison, R.;

Lumley, R.;

Lumley, W.;

Marsh, P.;

Mountjoy, G.;

Stapley, Sir J.;

Waterson, W.;

of aliens. See LondonPort, Strangers' Customs.

prizage and butlerage, farm of. See Clitheroe, C.;

Paul, J.;

Paul, W. prize to be disposed of in, 652.

quays in two surveyors to inspect etc., 2134.

Register of Seizures, in See Earl, J.

revenue collectors, accounts of, comptroller of. See Backwell.

salary bill. See Index of SubjectsCustoms .

seizures in, 151, 170, 320, 354, 481, 502, 1232, 1330.

ship discharged in, 1152.

ships from, 4101, 1044, 1072, 1082;

embargo on. 834. See also Londonmerchants, ships of:

Londonships.

ships seized in, 373, 1210,

ships to, 940, 1116.

storehouse keeper for prizes, 151.

Strangers' Customs, collectors of, office of, 1320. See also Herbert, P.;

Starkey, H.;

Wilmer, J. Surveyor General, blank books for, payments for, 80, 81, 769, 892;

office of, clerks in. See Dawney B.;

Watts, E.

tide-surveyor's office, register of ships in. See Evatt, E.;

Winter, W.

tidesmen, new establishment, 12867;

proposed presentment for settling, 811;

regulations for employment of, 396.

tobacco imported into, 377.

warehouse, the, surveyor and assistants, 7589:

surveyor of. See Clark, B.;

Clark, S.;

Lodge, J.;

assistants to the surveyor.

See Clark, B.;

Davies, J.;

Tillotone, J. wines on shipboard in, 1280.

30 List, 326.

potashes, pearl, brought to, 339.

prizes brought to, 219, 228, 528, 701, 766. See also Londonport, prize.

Receiver General of Assessments. See Duncombe, C.;

Robinson, Sir L.

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, Births etc. See Robinson, Sir L.

Recorder of. See Lovell, Sir S. Remembrancer of the City of 533, 1068, 1317. See also Clark, A.

road leading to Knightsbridge from, 221.

sewers, common, waters of, 285.

sheriffs of, accounts of, 1235;

claim to fines imposed for exchanging broad money for profit, 1085, 1255;

clippings and goods seized by, 286, 303, 314, 334, 903;

bills of imposts for wines, 224, 533.

See also Middlesex;

Abney, Sir T.;

Ashurst, Sir W.;

Child, Sir F.;

Clark, Sir E.;

Cook, Sir T.;

Hedges, Sir W.;

Lane, Sir T.;

Levett, Sir R.;

secondary to. See Normansell, R.

ships, 3, 28, 36, 88, 165, 354, 356, 393, 401, 430, 461, 481, 961, 1011, 1155, 1158;

entered inwards and outwards, account required of total tonnage, 520. See also Londonmerchants, ships of;

Londonport, ships.

Society of, grant to, by Charles II., 9.

Solicitor for Taxes. See Thompson, J.

stationers of, 644.

stones from Ireland, duty on, 536.

streets etc. in. See London and WestminsterStreets and Places in.

suburbs of, copper coins to be made in, 666.

tobacco for, 152.

Tower of. See Tower.

undersheriff of. See Smith, J.

water main pipes, 322.

wines for, 717, 1155.

LONDON AND WESTMINSTER, STREETS AND PLACES IN

Acton Road, 541.

Admiralty Office, Westminster, 382.

African House, the, 1277.

Air Street, 70.

Aldersgate Street, 366.

Angel Court, 796.

Arlington Gate, 1110.

Arundel Buildings, 523.

Axe Yard, 165, 388.

Bakers Piddle, 542.

Bank of England. See Index of SubjectsBank of England.

Beak Street, 540.

Bedfordbury, Bedford Bury, 825.

Bedford Walk, 1216.

Berkeley House, 285.

Bishopsgate, 39, 560.

Black Boy, The, near Scotland Yard, 861.

Blackfriars, King's Printing Office, 494, 610.

Blue Mews, 140.

Bow Church Yard, 403.

Bow Lane, 657.

Brewer Street, 541, 542.

Bridle Lane, 542.

Broad Street, 630, 840.

Brown's Close, Westminster, 978.

Bunche's Close, Westminster, 978.

Burlington Street, 541.

Chancery Lane, 460.

Channel Row, rent for the door into, 860.

Charing Cross, 79, 136, 190, 246, 341, 437, 495, 959, 1053;

Mews at. See London and Westminster, streets etc. inMews;

Shuttleworth's Coffee House, 1303;

water pipes laid to, 322.

Charles I's Hospital, Westminster, issues for poor children of, 34, 35, 459, 904, 943, 1283, 1285;

Treasurer of, 459, 943.

Charles Street, 382, 391.

Christ's Hospital, 12, 14, 1283, 1425;

children of, annuity for. See London, Lord Mayor;

Treasure of, 472.

Clement's Inn, 167.

Clement's Lane, 741.

Cleveland House, 542, 1268.

Clock House, the, in St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, 796.

Coach House, Scotland Yard, 622.

Coleman Hedge Lane, Westminster, 541.

Coleman Street, 746.

Cornhill, 126, 128, 1067, 1085, 1235

Court of Wards, 253.

Crab Field, Westminster, 541.

Cripplegate parish, 319, 609, 692.

Cross Keys, the, abutting on Westminster Lane, 221.

Crown Office, King's Bench. See Index of SubjectsKing's Bench.

Dean Street, Westminster, 531, 541.

Delahay Street, De La Hay Street, Westminster, 382.

Denmark House, stables belonging to, 580.

Doctors Commons, King's Proctor at, 987, 1171.

Dogfield, alias Mulghay Close, Westminster, 540, 541.

Dover Street, 76, 98.

Downing Street, 594, 816, 1175.

Duchy House, in the Savoy, 434, 497, 580;

the Gallery adjoining, 497.

Duchy Lane, 497, 648.

Duke Street, Westminster, 478, 526.

Emlyn's Fields, Westminster, 70.

Field Court, Gray's Inn, 624.

Fleet Ditch, brewhouse in, 713.

Fleet prison, 1085.

Fleet Street, 64, 94.

Freshwater Wharf, 319.

Furnivall's Inn, 287, 1298.

Germain Street, near St. James's Church, 472.

Gerrard Street, 1264.

Glasshouse Street, Westminster, 541.

Globe Tavern, Cornhill, 1085.

Golden Lion, the, abutting on Westminster Lane, 221.

Golden Square, 108.

Gravel Lane, Westminster, 542.

Gravel Pits, Westminster, 541, 542.

Gray's Inn, 85, 167, 624, 1009.

Great Lincoln's Inn Fields, Powys House in, repair of, for the Lord Keeper, 220, 264, 267, 291, 454, 477, 923. See also Jordan, A.

Great Queen Street, 306.

Greek Street, Soho, 618.

Green Street, 140.

Guildhall, 314, 1409.

Gunpowder Alley, near Shoe Lane, 64.

Hand and Pen, the, in Clement's Lane, 741.

Hayden Yard, Minories, 560.

Hayhill, Westminster, 541.

Haymarket, 107, 149, 382, 480, 596, 606.

Hedge Lane, stables at, 495.

Hicks Hall, Sessions at, 583.

High Street, Westminster, 541, 621

Hind Court, Lottery Office in, 94. Hogmore Lane, 724.

Holborn, 136, 1085, 1113, 1298.

Hole in the Wall alehouse, Scotland Yard, 622.

Horse Guards, 362, 369, 628, 1113, 1224.

Horse Pond, near Horse Guards, 362.

Hyde Park, deer in, hay etc. for, 30, 581, 1113;

Keeper of, and issues to for underkeepers etc. See Villiers, Edward, Viscount Villiers;

leases. 32, 221, 264, 938;

Lodge, the, repair of wall near, 932;

new gates near St. James's, 932;

Old Road in, 248;

plantations in, 1325;

porter's lodge, 763, 784;

repairs etc. in, 1122, 1195, 1325;

restored and impailed, 81;

roads in, making and repairing, 208, 248, 763, 784, 1401. See also Studholme, M.;

sold and disparked, 81;

watering engine, 1122;

Watering Ring, the, 1122.

Inner Temple, 263, 281, 448;

society of, 269;

treasurer of. See Holloway, C.

Inns of Court, 32, 152, 934;

Receiver of Assessments. See Robinson, Sir L.

Katherine Wheel, the, in St. James's Street, Westminster, 541.

Kemp's Field, Westminster, 978.

Kensington. See Kensington.

Kinaston's Alley, Bedfordbury, St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, 825.

King Street, Westminster. 70.

King's Gate, Holborn, 1113.

Knave's Acre, Westminster, 541.

Knightsbridge, 71, 221, 540.

Laystall, part of Knave's Acre, 541.

Le Bass Court, alias Scotland Yard. See London and Westminster, streets etc. inScotland Yard.

Leicester Street, 541.

Lincoln's Inn, 285, 900.

Lion's Inn, 202.

Little Lincoln's Inn Fields, 1014.

Little Silver Street, Westminster, 542.

Little Spitalfields, Knightsbridge, 71.

Little Wallingford House, 666, 818.

Little Wood Street, 996.

Lombard Street, 1042;

General post Office in, 818.

Lothbury, 319.

Lottery Office. See London and Westminster, streets etc. inHind Court.

Market Lane, Westminster, 107.

Marsh Lands, Westminster, 480.

Mews, the, Charing Cross, 190, 272, 283, 322, 437, 495, 616, 658, 813, 959, 1053, 1071.

Middle Temple, 266, 432, 1044, 1234.

Milk Lane, Westminster, 541.

Minories, 560.

Monmouth Stable yard, 140.

Mount, the, near Westminster Lane, 221.

Mulghay Close. See London and Westminster, streets etc. inDogfield.

New Street, without Bishopsgate, 3940.

Newgate, 94, 117, 1154;

prisoner in, 480.

Old Bailey, in St. Sepulchre's Ward, 166, 449, 583, 1055, 1085;

Justice Hall in, 166.

Old Exchange, 1384.

Old Palace, Westminster, 537.

Old Palace Yard, Westminster, 537, 638.

Old Soho, alias Wardour Street, 541.

Old Southampton Buildings, 1277.

Old Spring Gardens, 576, 1163, 1243, 1300.

Outroper's Office, 331.

Pall Mall, 107, 137, 237, 262, 381, 571, 628, 641, 649, 652;

keeper of. See Berkeley, John, Viscount Fitzhardinge.

Pall Mall Field, 113.

Paternoster Row, 60.

Pawlet's Garden, 542.

Pesthouse, Westminster, 542.

Pesthouse Field, Westminster, 70, 542.

Pesthouse Field. Westminster, 70, 542.

Pesthouse Garden, Westminster, 542.

Peter Street, 542, 1331.

Petty France, 1331.

Piccadilly, 480, 540, 541.

Pickering House, 666.

Postern Gate, the Mews, 140.

Powys House. See London and Westminster, streets etc. inGreat Lincoln's Inn Fields. Princes Street, Westminster, 541.

Privy Garden. See Whitehall.

Pulteney Street, Westminster, 541.

Queenhithe, 1355.

Red Ball, the, Little Wood Street, 996.

Royal Exchange, Cornhill, 1067.

Russell Court, Westminster, 542, 1268.

Ryder Street, 221.

St. Alban's Street, 141, 285, 381.

St. Andrew's, Holborn, 136, 1085.

St. Anne's, 480.

St. Anne's Church, 531.

St. Anne's-in-the-Fields, 541.

St. Botolph's, annunity to churchwardens for proo of, 1187, 1188.

St. Catherine's [Wharf], 821.

St. Clement Danes, 648;

Court House, 992.

St. Gile's Westminster, 852.

St. Gile's without Cripplegate, 339, 609, 759.

St. Gile's Pound, 403.

St. James's Acres, 542.

St. James's Church, 472.

St. James's Garden Wall, 70.

St. James's House, 187;

New River water for rent for, 860, 1318;

pipes of, repairs to, 84.

St. James's Library, making a catalogue of, 629, 645.

St. James's Palace, 90, 1267;

houses near, leases of, 508, 994, 1008;

New River water for, rent for, 421;

Receiver General of Assessments. See Newport, Francis, Earl of Bradford;

verge of, 590, 934.

St. James's Parish, 70, 84, 189, 391, 540, 541, 542, 666, 1337;

bailiwick, 30, 69, 405, 480, 527, 540, 1300;

churchwardens of, 252, 722, 777, 1113;

commissioners of assessments, 1346;

Dutch Foot Guards at, fire and candle for, 1100;

gates of Hyde Park next to, 932;

ground set out for a churchyard, 405, 527, 540, 5423;

poor of, royal bounty for, 252, 330, 722, 777, 1113, 1123;

water supplied to, 76;

works at, for Princess of Denmark, 1318.

St. James's Park, 8, 137, 201, 262, 293, 576, 652;

birds and beasts in, keeper of. See Storey, W.;

boy wounded in, 13;

Chief Ranger. See Harbord, W.;

coaches to pass through by permission of the Queen, 1377;

deer moved to, 481;

disorders in, 1072, 1371;

fowl, keeper of, office of, caveat against grant of, 1233. See also Webb, J.;

gunners of, 607;

ice well built in, 298;

Keeper of. See Granvile, John, Earl of Bath;

lands and stables laid into, 405;

leases of ground and houses in and near, 90, 146, 188, 259, 457, 696, 1244;

repairs in, 534, 1105, 1136, 1325;

road leading from, 96;

roads in, repairing and making. See Studholme, M.;

scaffold engine, Works account for, 813;

survey etc. of, 699.

St. James's Place, 228, 821.

St. James's Square, 186, 211, 228, 288, 382, 387, 391, 480, 662, 1317.

St. James's Stables, 96.

St. James's Street, 228, 246, 342, 459, 541, 542, 918, 1239, 1268.

St. James's-in-the-Fields, 540.

St. John Baptist, Walbrook, perpetuity to churchwardens of, for poor of, 1123.

St. Magnus, in Bridge Ward, perpetuity to churchwardens of, for poor of, 1123.

St. Margaret's, Westminster, 319, 651;

boards etc. erected at the Queen's funeral to be used for the poor of, 931, 939;

churchwardens of, issues to, for the poor of, 34, 35, 459, 478, 514, 619, 904, 943, 1283, 1285;

minister of. See Onely, N.;

minister, Justices of the Peace etc., petition of, 931;

tithes of lands in parish of, 514, 619.

St. Martin's-in-Fields, 30, 71, 540, 549, 666, 720, 796, 862, 1148, 1300;

churchwardens of, issues to, for the poor of, 34, 35, 459, 478, 904, 943, 1263, 1283, 1285.

St. Martin's Lane, 560.

St. Mary-le-Strand. See London and Westminster streets etc., Savoy.

St. Michael, Cornhill, churchwardens of, issues to, for the poor of, 126, 128.

St. Michael, Queenhithe, 1355.

St. Paul's Cathedral Church of, receiver of the coal etc.. duties for, 1406.

St. Peter's Westminster, Collegiate Church of, issue to, for interment of the Queen, 1263.

St. Sepulchre's Church, 796.

St. Sepulchre's Ward, 1055.

Savoy, 580, 607;

alias St. Mary-le-Strand, 648, 823;

barracks at, part of, conversion into a prison, 709, 717;

Commissioners for Sick and Wounded to build a prison in, issues for, 732, 745, 875;

Foot Guards at, fire and candle for, 283, 756, 788;

Hospital, sisters and porter of, petition of, for arrears of allowance granted by Charles II. for quitting premises for the Foot Guards, 1297;

house for the Provost Marshal of the Forces, with prison attached, building etc. of, 1106, 1123, 1347, 1353, 1384, 1387, 1409, 1418;

Jesuits' College and houses in, housekeeper of. See Addison, T.;

Laboratory (Elaboratory) in, 110;

ministers of the French Church in, issues for. See Westminster (Dean and Chapter);

Queen's pension for French Church in, 1128;

sutler to the Foot Guards at. See Morin, T. Scotland Yard, 370, 485, 621, 622, 670, 707, 861;

alias Le Bass Court, 796.

Sherrard Street, Westminster, 541.

Shoe Lane, 64.

Shoulder-of-Mutton Fields, 540.

Shuttleworth's Coffee House.

See London and Westminster, streets etc. inCharing Cross.

Sign of the Castle, the, Paternoster Row, 60.

Soho, 70, 162, 618.

Soho Square, 261, 480.

Somerset House, 136, 365, 378, 596, 648, 808, 1175. Errata, 1457.

Somerset Stable Yard, 497, 498.

Somerset Stables, 498.

Spitalfields, 679.

Spitalfields, Chelsea. See Chelsea.

Stable Yard, near St. James's Palace, 508.

Stone Gallery. See Whitehall.

Stonebridge, 540.

Strand, 140, 497, 648.

Strand Lane, 648.

Suffolk Street, St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, 1148.

Suffolk Street Buildings, 480.

Swallow Street, Westminster, 540, 541.

Swan, the, in Arundel Buildings, 523.

Symond's Inn, 460.

Tally Court, Westminster. See Index of Subjects .

Temple, 94, 203, 306;

master of, issue to, 629. See also Sherlock, W.

Thames Mead, 696.

Tilt Yard, Dutch Foot Guards at, 1110.

Tower. See Tower.

Tower Hamlets. See Tower Hamlets.

Tower Hill, houses on, Crown's title to, 807;

vaults on, making of, 1040.

Tower Stairs, 170.

Tower Wharf, 78.

Trinity House, master of, 766;

officers of, 701, 766.

Trumpet, the, Pall Mall, 113.

Two Blue Balls, Pall Mall, 571.

Tyburn, 540.

Unicorn"Inn, Pall Mall Field, 84, 107, 113.

Walbrook, 1113.

Wallingford House, 628, 666, 1163, 1243, 1300.

Wardour Street, 541.

Warwick Street, Westminster, 540.

Water Lane, 1066.

Watering Ring. See London and Westminster, streets etc. inHyde Park.

Watling Street, 855.

Westminster Hall, 656;

Court of Wards, old Wax House under, 253;

scaffolding for Court of Justice in, 35, 52;

for Westminster generally. See Westminster.

Westminster Lane, 221.

Whitefriars, 1216, 1266.

Whitehall. See Whitehall.

Windmill Fields, 541, 542.

Windmill Street, 541, 542.

York Buildings, Strand, 140.

London. George, deputy to the Superintendent of the Royal Gardens, 222, 817, 834;

loans by, 358, 734, 746, 817, 909;

bill of payment of, 1078;

to attend Treasury Lords, 1382;

servant of, to attend Treasury Lords,. 1385.

Londonderry, county of, 101.

Londonderry, 144, 321.

chaplain at. See Jenney, C.

collector of. See Jemmett, W.

commissary of the stores in See Spurwaie, S.

Dean of, 1120. See also Morris, P.

garrison of, 236, 646.

Governor of. See Bridges, Sir M. merchant, 235.

officers of, and widows of, accounts of, 149;

creditors of, petition of, 156;

debts of, 112;

half pay for, 103;

royal bounty for, 111, 129, 220, 224, 236, 646.

petition of, not granted, 1419.

relief of, 99, 546.

ship of, 459.

siege of, 236, 616, 646.

surrender of, 561.

Long, Edward, collector's place, Harwich, 670.

-, Geo., mariner, petition for payment for ship hired from, 227.

-, George, lease, coal works, Stratton-super-Fosse manor, 900, 1142, 1209, 1243.

- -, stewardship of Shepton Mallet manor, 664;

stewardship of Milton Falconbridge manor, 711.

-, John, comptroller and searcher, Brighton and Shoreham, 852.

-, -, lieutenant, Irish Army officer at Limerick, 243.

-, -, master of the Justice, 1242, 1311.

-, Nathaniel, merchant, wines of, at Corua, 411.

-, Richard, master of the Concord of London, 401.

-, Sir Robert, tenements of, London, 648, 823;

grant to, in fee, Higham Park, co. Northants, 919.

- See also Strong.

Longard, Robert, fee farm rent, co. Lincoln, 1024.

Longbottom, Richard, King's barber, 603, 1004.

Longford, Ireland, county of 511, 654, 665, 833.

Longford, Countess of. See Aungier, Anne.

-, Earl of. See Aungier, Francis.

Longhill, See Loghill.

Longland, John, loans by, 308, 429.

Longmore, [? Longmoor, in Quernmore], co. Lancaster, pasture called, 1019.

-. See also Ebury and Longmore.

Longstone, Langston, co. Derby, 796.

Longstowe, Lonsloo, Lonstoo, co. Cambridge, manor of, rent out of, 1026. Errata, 1454.

Longtown, Langtown, co. Cumberland, 17, 574;

Bailey Town, Bayly Town, 18;

Cleugh Head, Clewhead, 17;

fair, 486;

Hallees, the, 17;

Peth, the, 17.

Longwood, Moyfenrath barony, co. Meath, 1234, 13312;

manor of, 13312;

house of, built on boundaries of cos. Kildare and Meath, 1332.

Longworth, co. Berks, rent out of lands in, 1022.

Longworth, Richard, deputy-comptroller, Poulton, co. Chester, 560.

Lonsloo. See Longstowe.

Lonstoo. See Longstowe.

Loo, Loe, Looe, Flanders, King's stables at, and servants journeying to, 496;

letters dated at, 82, 217, 1090, 1380.

Looe, co. Cornwall, Customs collector, 76, 329, 876, 1002;

seamen for the fleet to report to, 49.

- See also Loo.

Looker (Luker), Roger, tenant, St. James's, 30, 70.

Loosly Park. See Loseley Park.

Lootee (Loots), Peter, pension from the Queen, 1128, 1259.

Loots. See Lootee.

Lopdell, Luke, Customs bond, 56, 63.

Lord, Eliz., pension from the Queen, 1129.

-, Robert, shoemaker, shoes for the Army, 3, 63.

-, William, arrested for burglary, 943.

Lordell, John, of London, merchant, wines etc. imported by, 831.

Lords, House of. See Index of SubjectsLords;

in Ireland. See IrelandLords.

Lords Meadow. See Hewlington.

Lorimer, Alexander, lost order on the Joint Stock Act, renewal of, 616, 626.

Lorne, Lord. See Campbell, Archibald.

Losely Park, Loosly Park, co. Surrey, fallow deer removed from, 481.

Lostwithiel, co. Cornwall, Duchy of Cornwall prison at, keeper of. See Tredenham, S.;

mayor, recorder and burgesses of, 1261;

stannaries of, keeper of. See Tredenham, S.

Lough, Portnahinch barony, Queen's County, 1027.

Loughane Beg, Loughan Begg, Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 281.

- More, Muskerry barony, co. Cork, 281.

Loughbralock, [? co. Kildare], 252.

Loughlinstown, South Salt barony, co. Kildare, 178.

Loup (Loupe), Charles, boatman, Sunderland port, 315.

-, Elizabeth, lease in Dorchester, 213;

lease in Whitwell and Fordington, 220;

royal bounty for, 455, 721, 868.

Louth, Lowth, county of, 4, 177, 316, 467, 493, 638, 654, 665, 833, 1012. Errata, 1453.

Louther. See Lowther.

Love (Lowe), William, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Huntingdon, 34, 151, 299, 311, 355, 466. 589, 590, 934, 1043, 1237, 13078, 1333;

Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, Births etc., co. Huntingdon, 1041.

Loveing. See Loving.

Lovejoy, Eliz., widow, of Canterbury, estate of, escheated, 628.

Lovel. See Lovell.

Lovelace, John, 3rd Lord Lovelace of Hurley, captain of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 676, 708, 724;

Chief Justice in Eyre, Trent South, 860, 864;

regiment of, 397, 399;

recormmendation by, 663.

Lovell (Lovel), Sir Salathiel, Justice of Chester, 1234, 1249, 1318;

Justice of Denbigh, Flint and Montgomery, 1234, 1310;

Recorder of the City of London, 116, 368, 1234;

Serjeant-at-Law, 1234.

Lovell Close. See Richmond, Old Park.

Lovett (Lovet), , counsellor-at-law, interest in coppices in Kenilworth, 1033.

Lovigny, , issues to, for the Queen's pensioners, 1129, 1259.

Lovin. See Loan.

Loving (Loveing), John, a teller of the Exchequer, 285, 479.

-, William, demesne lands in Portland manor assigned to, 431;

grant to, by Charles II., of house and lands near the Strand, 648, 823;

grant to, of Hampton Court ferries, 881.

Lowe (Low), Baron, envoy from the bishop of Liege, diamond ring presented to, 627.

-, Cha., clerk, issues to, for transport charges to Leeward Islands, 1030, 1053.

-, John deputy chamberlain of the Receipt, 58, 275, 438, 501, 559, 563, 686, 759, 785, 861, 930, 970, 1134, 1315;

locking up the treasure in the Receipt, 134, 266, 438, 559, 686, 785, 861, 970, 1134, 1229;

attending the Tally Court, 563.

-, Richard, surety for R. Spencer, 52.

-, William. See Love, William.

Lower, Barbara, wife of William, husband's Army pay arrears, 781, 806, 814.

-, William, captain, in E. Lloyd's regiment Army pay arrears, 781, 806, 814.

Lowerham. See Droitwich.

Lowndes (Lownds), Robert, messenger to the surveyors of duties on glass etc., 1200.

-, William, a Treasury Clerk, 67, 76, 83, 86, 95, 193;

[acting Secretary to the Treasury] in the absence of H. Guy, 12330 passim, 24853 passim, 260, 261, 341, 501, 506, 511, 519, 520, 52832 passim, 597, 602, 603, 61821 passim, 679, 74563 passim, 790, 83360 passim 883, 900, 920995 passim;

Secretary to Treasury, 9961404 passim, 1410, 1418, 1430, 1437, 1440, 1442;

appointed Secretary to the Treasury by the King, 1369;

secret service issues, 1004, 1006, 1038, 1066, 1131, 1138, 1154, 1158, 1164, 1169, 1203, 1215, 1227, 1229, 1233, 1239, 1246, 1250, 1256, 1268, 1283, 1292, 1309, 1321, 1350, 1362, 1396, 1397, 1409, 1411, 1419.

allowance to, in lieu of fees, 1288.

bill of exchange drawn on, 1321. Commissioner for the Million Act, 553, 983.

Comptroller of Annuities on the Million Adventure (Lottery), 7867, 810, 1178.

concerning the accounts of the Marine Regiments, 105, 226.

concerning the redemption of British captives in Algiers, 2557.

grant to, in trust, of lands in Piecadilly, 480.

King's interest in the Bank of England transferred to, 1071, 1370.

lease, houses and lands in St. James's bailiwick, 30, 6970, 701, 527.

loan by, 914.

payments by, 758, 979.

Lowth. See Louth

Lowther, co. Westomorland, 532, 1301.

Lowther (Louther), Helen, See Wandesford, H.

-, Sir John, of Whitehaven and Lowther, a Commissioner of the Admiralty, 629, 797;

grantee of lands for the erection of Greenwich Hospital, 797;

loan by, 1301;

marriage of Helen, daughter of, to Sir C. Wandesford, 994;

Vice-Admiral, cos. Cumberland and Westmorland, 46, 488, 902, 1290;

Vice-Chamberlain of the Royal Household, 532, 571, 1301.

-, [John, Revenue Commissioner, Ireland], visit to England, 1067.

-, Robert, lieutenant, royal bounty for, 236.

-, Thomas, issue to, for passing commission for subscriptions for Greenwich Hospital, 1207.

-, -, searcher, Cardiff port, 770, 787.

-, William, Army pay arrears, 41, 141.

Loyd, Loyde. See Lloyd.

Lubbock, Samuel, Excise employment, 1062;

landsurveyor's place, Yarmouth port, petition for, 545;

landwaiter, Bristol port, 975, 1062;

tobacco destroyed by, 545.

Lucan, Newcastle barony, co. Dublin, 252, 597;

manor of, 597.

Lucas, Kath., loan by, 910.

-, Robert, 3rd Lord Lucas, 939;

Governor and Lieutenant of the Tower, 237, 245, 482, 503, 639, 651, 803, 815, 860, 869, 897, 904, 1030, 1053, 1111, 1130, 1149, 1164, 1303, 1319, 1321, 1322, 1325, 1431;

Lord Lieutenant, Tower Hamlets, 1292.

-, Thomas, lease, Mere manor, co. Wilts, 671.

Luckow, , captain sent from York to Edinburgh, 386.

Luddington, John, et al., lease, in trust for inhabitants of East Stockwith, 671.

Ludlow Castle, co. Salop, plate in, 58;

wardrobe keeper and caretaker of. See Haughton, J.

Ludman, Barnard, loan by, 721.

Luff (Luffe), John, Doctor and Reader of Physic, Oxford University, 97, 196, 401, 436, 801, 1255, 1256.

Luffany. See Loan.

Luffe. See Luff.

Luffield. See Cuffield.

Lugg, John, loan by, 909.

-, -, relief for poor sailors from Marseilles, 86.

Lugger (Luggar), Nathaniel, steward of the Hundred Courts, co. Cornwall, 956;

supervisor of tinblowing houses, cos. Cornwall and Devon. 522.

Luke, Margaret. Countess of Fingall, daughter of Donough, Earl of Clancarty, petition for 3, 000l. out of estate of Justin MacCarthy, brother of, 11623, 1391.

Luker. See Looker.

Lulworth, co. Dorset, riding surveyor at, 878.

Lum (Lumm), Elnathan, Deputy Receiver and Paymaster of the Revenue, Ireland, 102, 408, 417, 428, 433;

commission as deputy to the Paymasters of the Forces, Ireland, declared void, 340.

Lumley, Frances, Countess of Scarborough, [Lady of the Queen's Bedchamber], pensioner of the Queen, 1075.

-, Henry, colonel or brigadier, regiment of, 42, 51, 91, 102, 135, 149, 150, 196, 231, 265, 274, 453, 531, 799, 836, 844, 967, 1045, 1311;

agent for, 844, 967. See also Freckleton, T.;

sent to compliment Elector of Bavaria on his marriage, issues for, 1003, 1081.

-, Richard, Earl of Scarborough, Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 34, 35, 563, 973;

Vice-Admiral, cos. Durham and Northumberland and Newcastle, raising seamen, 46, 488, 9012, 1290;

business of, effected, 740;

custodiam of P. Sarsfield's estate, 108, 554;

rents, co. Kildare, payable to, 1012;

sons of, 1001;

Troop of Guards of, 52, 59, 142, 150, 158.

-, Richard, son of Earl of Scarborough, grant to R. Harrison et al. of office of surveyor of petty Customs etc., London port, for the life of, 1001.

-, William, son of Earl of Scarborough, grant to R. Harrison et al. of office of surveyor of petty Customs etc., London port, for the life of, 1001.

Lumm. See Lum.

Lumsden, Alexander, fine imposed on, satisfied, 166.

Lund, John, master of the Elizabeth pink, 1095.

Lune, co. Meath, barony of, 1031.

Luneburg. See Brunswick and Luneburg.

Lunen, Gerard, master of the Elizabeth, 564, 778.

Lunsford (Lemsford, Eleanor, fines remitted, 229, 245. Errata, 1448.

Lupton, Samuel, of London, merchant, goods purchased and shipped by, 1011.

Lutterell (Luttrell). , colonel, taking part in the expedition to Flanders, horses for, 1125.

-, Francis, colonel, regiment of, 251, 271, 286, 292, 327.

-, Henry, colonel, brother of Simon, custodiam lease, Ireland, 157, 179, 190, 482, 562, 600;

entered the service of the Republic of Venice, pension advances for, 164, 707, 952;

Irish officers joining, on surrender of Limerick, 223, 2423, 1161, 1213.

-, Robert, lieutenant, Irish Army deserter, 1213.

-, Simon, colonel, brother of Henry, estate, Ireland, forfeited, 157, 179, 190, 482, 562, 600, 683.

-, Thomas, lieutenant-colonel, a prisoner in Dublin Castle, 290.

Luttichau, Baron de. See Henry, W.

Luttrell. See Lutterell.

Lutwyche (Lutwich), Sir Edward, a Justice of Chester and Flint, 1043.

Luxeburg, the Emperor's journeys to, 333.

Luzancy, Hyppolito de, chaplain to the boats at Harwich, 166.

Luzan, , adjutant-general, Army payment, 578.

Lycock. See Laycock.

Lydd, co. Kent, 117.

Lyddal, Lyddall, Lyddell. See Liddell.

Lydstone. See Lidstone.

Lyfford. See Lyford.

Lyford, Lyfford, co. Berks, manor of, rent out of, 1022.

Lyford, , revenue employment, 76, 161.

Lyle. See Lisel.

Lyme Regis, Lyme, co. Dorset, Cobb pier, repair of, annuity to Corporation, mayor etc. for, 270, 793, 874, 1194, 1313.

collector of, 49. See also Jones, J.;

Jones, R.;

Thorold, A.

Customer of. See Jones, R.

Customs officer, 1253.

Customs receipts at, 1313.

Duke of Monmouth landed at, 27.

ships from, 430.

Lymerick. See Limerick.

Lympstone, Lympston, co. Devon, in Exeter port, Customs officers at, 956.

Lynagh, Oliver, lieutenant, Irish Army officer at Limerick, 243.

Lynch (Linch), Jeffrey, ensign, Irish Army officer at Limerick, 243.

Lyndhurst, co. Hants, 279;

royal, house and stables at, 759.

Lyndon. See Lindon.

Lynn Regis, Lyme, Regis, Lynn, co, Norfolk, 460, 538, 567, 840, 975, 1262, 1276. Errata 1450

collector at, seamen to render themselves to, 49. See also Linstead, W.

corn exported from, 314.

Customs officers, 56.

mayor and burgesses of, of lease of tolls, in trust for, 1164.

Recorder of. See Bennifield, D.

surveyor of. See Bury, J.;

Kirkby, F.

Tollbooth, 1164.

Lynsted, See Linstead.

Lyons, Jeremy, cornet, deserter from the Irish Army, 242.

Lysle. See Lisle.

Lyster. See Lister.

Lytcott (Lytcot), Giles, Comptroller-General of the Accounts of the Customs. 860, 1230.