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'Index: L', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 5: 1594-1595. (1894), pp. 568-573. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111669 Date accessed: 21 August 2014.


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La Barauderie (Barodereye), M. de, sent to England, 306, 307, 333, 337.

Lacher, Alderman, 174.

La Courbe, Sieur de, master of the Duke of Mercœur's camp, slain, 321.

Lacye, Mr., of Lincolnshire, 517.

La Diguieres. See Lesdiguieres.

Ladrone, Count Goiolamo di, to govern Vienna, 190.

Ladwyn, Mr., his servant arrested, 139.

La Fere (Lefferre), in France, 366, 429, 434, 435, 436, 441, 456, 465, 478, 479, 481, 491, 492, 513.

letter dated at, 464.

La Ferte (La Frette), in Luxembourg, 103, 107, 259.

La Fontaine, M. de, French ambassador, 178, 434.

— letters from, 254, 380, 384, 427, 473, 481, 536.

— letter to, 349.

— a brother of, 254.

La Force (Forsy or De Force), M. de, 371, 378, 386, 397, 435.

La Hay, Mons., de, a Huguenot, 318.

Laighton, Lady, 115.

Lake, Mr., 382, 448.

Lallandt, le Drossaerdt de, 345.

Lamb, Harry, the Lord Admiral's servant, 194.

Lambert :

—, Englishman in Spain, 357.

Capt. Oliver, 240.

— letter from, 132.

— appointment as lieutenant governor of Ostend, 133, 169.

Lambeth, 69, 475, 478.

letters dated at, 18, 31, 141, 215, 475, 497, 507.

La Motte (Lamott, La Mote), Valentine sieur de, Spanish general, slain at Dourlens, 104, 133 bis, 147, 182, 183, 258, 287, 328.

Lampen, John, 146, 147.

Lancashire, 181, 242, 261, 360.

Papists in, 98.

sheriff's assistants in (named), 524.

Lancaster :

Duchy of, 64, 500.

— Mr. Chancellor of, 101.

— officers of, 101.

Lancaster Herald, Nicholas Paddy, 518.

Land's End, 386.

intended Spanish attack at, 164.

Lane :

Edward, 138.

Captain Par., 524.

Robert, 51.

William, 138, 195.

— letter from, 296.

Langford, letter dated at, 31.

Langley :

—, a maintainer of seminary priests, 98.

— his son, 98.

—, servant to the Earl of Shrewsbury, 224, 228, 528.

Langterey, Francis, letter from, 291.

Langton, Captain, 198 bis, 262.

Lankenhorne, in Cornwall, 146.

La Noue, M. de, 493.

— intended as French ambassador, 179, 216.

Lant, Thomas, Portcullis Pursuivant, 518.

La Nuca, Don Martin de, 346, 349.

Lanzknechts, 371.

La Rochelle. See Rochelle.

La Sture, Juan de, paymaster in Flanders, 225.

Latham, Captain, 524.

Latimer, Edward Nevill de. See Nevill.

Latimer :

Lady, 70.

— her daughter, wife of Sir Thomas Cecil, 70.

Latin, the language, 17, 226, 378, 466.

Laton, —, 492, 495.

La Tulerie or La Troillerie, M. de : 417, 441, 513.

Laughles, Mr., 347.

Laurini, Johannes, a Jesuit, collecting alms at Milan, 124.

Lavernne or La Varene, —, letter from, 79.

Law, David, a Scottish priest, 124, 242, 254, 329, 527.

— examination of, 243.

Lawers, the young laird of, 199.

Lawrence Merston. See Marston, St. L.

Lawson, Ralph, 477.

Lead, export of, 150 bis, 151, 175, 301.

Leadenham (Long Ledneham), 239.

Leather, patent for sale of, 476.

Lee, letter dated at, 231.

Lee :

—, a priest, 185.

(Ley, Leyghe, Lyghe), Mr. Henry, 139, 142, 145, 151, 153, 244, 254, 302.

Sir Henry, 80, 523.

John, letter from, 200.

— his father's house near Ashridge, 200.

Richard, Clarencieux king of Arms and Richmond herald, 518, 519.

Williams, letters from, 29, 127

Leeman. See Leman.

Leer (Lyre, Lere, Lier), in East Friesland, 258, 405, 420, 423.

Le Febvre, M., at Rochelle, 349.

Lefferre. See La Fere.

Le Fort, Sieur, 105, 254.

Leghe, Edward, letter from, 395.

— his seven daughters, 395.

Le Grand :

Rogier de Bellegarde Monsieur, 429, 430, 434, 456.

— letter from, 393.

— makes suit to be governor of Rouen, 332.

Leicester, the Fryth of; 68.

Leicester (Lestre), Robert, Earl of (died 1588), 8, 71 bis, 218, 294, 321.

Leicester, G., certificate by, 211.

Leicestershire, lieutenant and muster master of (named), 523.

Leigh, Henry, steward of Burgh, 443.

— petition of, 65.

Leighton :

Lady, 291, 396.

Hugh, of Seville, 504.

Sir Thomas, 24, 197.

— letter from, 311.

Leith, 18, 207, 244.

Leman or Leeman, Michael, merchant stranger, a payment to, 135.

— petition of, 67.

Le Mayre, Martin, 18.

Lennox :

Charles Stuart, Earl of, father of Arabella Stuart (died 1576), 252.

Lady Maria (died 1578), 70.

Lent, eating of flesh in, 151, 152.

Lenton, Edward, letter from, 224.

Leodium. See Liege.

Leonard, Mr. Sampson, 206, 215.

— his wife, only sister of Gregory Fiennes, lord Dacre, 206.

Lesdiguieres (Desdiguieres, Digier, La Diguiéres, D'Higieres), François de Bonne de, French general, 43, 46, 190, 378, 443, 457, 471, 530.

Lestre. See Leicester.

Lettuces from Barbary, 1.

Leuchtenberg, Landgrave of, 392.

Levans, Captain, 524.

Levant merchants, 486.

Lever, in Lancashire, 524.

Leveson, Levison or Leweson, William, merchant of London, 376, 383, 386.

— letter from, 384.

Lewes, Captain Allan, 523.

Lewis :

Dr. Owen, bishop of Cassano (1588 to 1595), an Englishman at Rome, 313, 461, 498.

— to be a cardinal, 185, 313.

— sings mass, 264.

Leyden (Leydonn) :

letter dated at, 439.

banished men of, 275.

Leyghe or Ley. See Lee.

Liddisdale, 7, 459.

Liege (Luycke, Leodium, Luk), city and bishopric, 97, 103, 107, 112, 124, 147, 183, 392.

letter dated at, 392, 461.

a spy, native of, taken at Berghes, 10, 19.

bishop of, 97, 112, 121, 147, 163.

deputies from, demand restitution of Huy, 140,

Lier. See Leer.

Lieutenants of counties :

to be changed, 340.

list, 523.

Lieua, Don Petro di, 189.

Lilfvelt, M., former chancellor of Brabant, 168.

Lille (Lisle), in Flanders, 224, 303.

Limburg or Limbergh, in the Low Countries, 118.

Limerick, bishop of, desires removal to Armagh, 178.

Lincoln, 69, 239.

Lincoln, bishop of. See Wickham, W.;

Chaderton, W. (1595).

bishopric of, 254.

Lincoln, Earl of, 509, 510, 515.

— letter from, 250.

— his case with Mr. Ayscough, 108.

Lincolnshire, 341, 399.

muster master, Captain Buck, 593.

musters in, 291.

lord lieutenant. See Burghley, lord.

Lindsay, Walter (Baron Lynsy), Huntley's agent in Flanders and Spain, 73, 122, 391.

— his house razed, 6, 14.

Lindsey, a division of Lincolnshire, 517.

Lingen, Henry, 515.

Linghen (Lingen), in Westphalia, 118, 466, 491.

Lippa, taken by the vayvode of Transylvania, 453.

Lippe (Lip, Lype), the German river, 299, 345 bis, 346, 351, 529.

Lipsius, a French discourse ascribed to, 423, 466.

Lisbon, 55, 56, 68, 164, 186, 208, 221, 234, 263, 306, 322, 345, 356, 383, 397, 442, 473, 509, 510.

ships of war at, 28, 442.

cardinal of. See Albert, Card. Archduke.

governor of, 208.

treasure ships at, 234.

Lisle. See Lille.

Lithone, 340.

Little Hayes farm, sold by Essex, 218.

Littleton :

Mr., 407.

Sir Edward, 524.

Francis, 240.

— his wife, 240.

Livonia, bishop of, at Rome, 190.

Llanaber, co. Merioneth, petition from the tenants there, 393.

Llandaff, bishop of. See Babington, G.; also Morgan, W. (1595).

bishopric of, 18, 215, 291.

Llanelidan parsonage, co. Denbigh, 164.

Lloyd :

Griffith, yeoman of the Chamber, petition for a lease, 100.

Rowland, arrested, 139.

Lochem (Lochum), in Gelderland, 271, 282.

Loch Side in Glennageis, in Scotland, letter dated, 78.

Lock or Lok :

Mr., 521.

Henry, letters from, 33, 334.

— letter to, 14.

— his claim to collectorship of the bishopric of Exeter, 33.

Locke, Thomas, 85.

Locres, Monsieur de, 271.

Lodian. See Lothian.

Loghen, near Embden, 258.

Loire, the river, 536.

Lok. See Lock.

Lombardy, 529.

a native of, 127.

Lomenye, M. de, envoy from France, 390, 429, 441, 456 bis, 463, 473.

— letters from, 400, 428, 465, 530.

London, passing notices, 2, 3, 7, 8, 34, 35, 67, 69, 83, 87, 89, 90, 91, 106, 112, 145, 146, 157, 158, 162, 165, 204, 211, 216, 218, 222, 226, 231, 239, 242, 243, 246, 248, 253, 255, 309, 333, 341, 342, 370, 394, 462.

letters dated at, 2, 17, 19, 29, 38, 40, 47, 48, 80, 96, 101, 105, 113, 114, 130, 131, 138, 145, 154, 196, 197, 198, 202, 211, 215, 221, 223, 248, 254, 296, 305, 340, 353, 359, 361, 362, 365, 369, 376, 379, 380, 383, 385, 386, 399, 400, 407, 420, 428, 463, 473, 486, 492, 494, 498, 501. See also below under names of streets.

authority of the city, 139.

bench of aldermen, 40, 113, 155.

common council, 40.

customership, 47.

disorders in, 248, 249, 250.

— device for their remedy, 250.

French church in, 349.

grocers' company, letter from, 332.

haderdashers' company, letter from, 296.

infection in, 66.

lord mayor of (1594–5). See Spencer, John.

lord mayor and aldermen, 80.

— letters from, 114, 476.

merchants of, 150, 176.

packership of, 40, 47.

physicians of, 200, 201.

prentices in, riots by, 249.

sheriffs, 376.

stationers' company, 191.

surveyor of customs. See Coleshill; also Carmarthen.

surveyorship of customs, 47, 376.

wharfingers, 145.

port of, 59, 94, 100, 108, 137, 138, 145, 358, 364, 376, 485.

— letter to the officers, 484.

— ships trading from, 49.

London, places in :

Barbican, letter dated at, 214.

Barbican Street, letter dated at, 465.

Barking Church, 18.

Basing Lane, 359.

Baynard's Castle, 343.

letter dated at, 84.

Bedlam Hospital, 249.

Beechlane, letter dated at, 315.

Bethnal Green, letter dated at, 277.

Bishopsgate, 256.

letters dated at, 136, 158.

Blackfriars, 201.

letters dated at, 279, 475.

Bowe Lane, 341.

Bread Street, 359.

Bridewell Prison, 346.

Charterhouse, 33.

Cheapside, 33, 38, 94, 148, 249, 280, 359, 483.

Christchurch (Crychurche), 214.

Clink prison, 25.

Cold Harbour, 139.

Counter prison, in the Poultry, 139.

letters dated at, 482, 483, 496.

Counter prison, in Wood Street, 25, 68, 94, 139, 249, 341.

letters dated at, 148, 355.

Custom House, 365, 498.

letters dated at, 98, 145, 485.

Derby House, 472.

Doctors Commons, 191.

letters dated at, 7, 48, 148, 223.

Durham House, letter dated at, 233.

Eastcheap, 68.

Ely Place, 71.

Exchange (the “bourse”), 146, 365.

Fleet prison, 25, 39, 256, 270.

letters dated at, 294, 304, 311.

recusants in, 29.

sub-warden of, 29, 127.

warden of, 159.

Foster Lane, 363.

Furnival's Inn, 148.

Gatehouse prison. See under London.

Gracechurch (Gratyvs) Street, 18, 140.

Gray's Inn, 69.

Great St. Bartholomew's, letter dated at, 128.

Grocers' Hall, 332.

Heneage House, 427.

letters dated at, 294, 347, 427.

High Holborn, the White Lion in, 210.

Houndsditch (Honsditch), 380.

Inner Temple, the, 210, 267.

Inns of Court, 342.

Ironmonger Hall, 140.

Leaden Hall, letter dated at, 37.

Limehouse, 33, 38, 193, 280.

the Lion tavern, 280.

Lombard Street, White Bear in, 33.

London Wall, 249.

Lothbury, letter dated at, 135.

Conduit in, 18.

Mark Lane, 8.

Marshalsea prison, 238, 291.

letter dated at, 238.

Michell Lane, 68.

Middle Temple, 55.

Milk Street, letter dated at, 114.

Minories, letters dated at, 4, 377.

Newgate prison, 81, 346, 353.

New Inn, 341.

Paris Garden, 400.

the apes and bears in, 235.

Paul's Churchyard, the Anchor in, 139.

Paul's Wharf, 341, 342, 343.

Philippe Lane, 146.

Poultry, 139.

Puddle Wharf, letter dated at, 46.

Queen's Wharf, building of, 145.

Rolls, the, 241

letter dated at, 362.

St. Bartholomew's, letters dated at, 167, 460.

St. Katherine's (St. Katternse), 338, 347, 355.

St. Lawrence Lane, 359.

St. Paul's (Powles, Paules), 249, 250, 339, 427, 533.

— dean of, 369. See Nowell, A.

— tombs at, 400.

St. Paul's Churchyard, 211.

Savoy, 69.

letters dated at, 233, 277, 498.

Serjeant's Inn, letters dated at, 281, 469.

Somerset House, in Strand, 17, 407.

letters dated at, 192, 425.

Southampton House, 480.

Steel Yard (Stillyard), the, 343.

Stocks, 18.

Strand (Strond), 238.

letters dated at, 19, 23, 46, 80, 100, 203, 380, 385, 443, 458, 484, 511.

Temple Bar, 214, 346, 353.

Thames Street, 18, 342, 343.

Tower, 69, 200, 222, 235, 273, 427, 475, 476.

letters dated at, 104, 254, 256, 282, 303, 373, 476, 502.

lieutenant of, 282, 302, 303. See Blount, Sir M.;

Drury, Sir D.

lieutenantship of, 475, 476.

prisoners in, 25, 183, 251.

Tower Street, 355.

The Wardrobe, letter dated at, 108.

Wood Street, 139, 341.

letters dated at, 3, 114, 115, 142, 148, 346, 440, 492.

London, Bishopric of, 7, 32, 122.

Bishop of. See Aylmer, John (died 1594); Fletcher, Richard.

Edmund, bishop of (in 1562). See Grindal, E.

Long or Longe :

—, a debt of, 291.

Captain, 523.

Nicholas, brewer, 355.

Sir Walter, 288.

— his father, 288.

Mr. William, of Wiltshire, his servant arrested, 139.

Longford, Nicholas, 276.

— letter from, 31.

— Cecil's bargain with, 23, 276.

Long Ledneham. See Leadenham.

Longueville, Duke of, makes a raid in Burgundy, 151.

Loozen, Mons., of the States General, 490.

Lopez, Dr. Roger, executed for treason, 3, 16, 25, 54.

— the declaration of his treasons, 44.

Loretto, in Italy, 264.

Lorraine, 19, 259, 263, 278, 529.

Lorraine, duke of, 259.

— his daughter to marry the Duke of Montpensier, 259.

Lothian (Lodian), in Scotland, 192.

Louvain University, 141.

Lovelace, Mr., 7.

Lovell, Captain, 523.

Low Countries and Flanders (Dutch), 8, 28, 56, 114, 118, 133, 172, 186, 202, 203, 204, 208, 263, 275, 308, 314, 316, 345, 365, 367, 416. See also States General and United Provinces.

Dutch troops (Hollanders, States troops) in, 6, 124, 140, 196, 257, 351, 512.

English troops (companies, regiment) in, 4, 5, 6, 23, 36, 60, 103, 107, 111, 117, 146, 219, 259, 283, 304, 321, 350, 405, 490, 514.

commissary of, 112.

recal of, 36, 39.

list of officers (in 1588), 240.

English treasurer at wars in, 411. See Sherley, Sir Thomas.

merchants of in London, 40.

ordnance supplied for, 165.

Papists and Spaniards in, 97, 103.

Scottish troops in, 110, 283, 304, 375, 379, 389, 512.

— colonel of. See Murray.

Low Countries, Spanish. See Flanders.

Lowther, Gerard, letter from, 181.

— his nephew Gerard Lowther, 181.

— — his wife, 181.

Lowys, Manoel. See Tynoco.

Lubeck, 177, 510.

ships of. See Ships.

archbishop of Bremen and, 529.

Lubing, Francis, Henry and William, of Lunenberg, claim of, 215.

Lubscop, 536.

Lucas :

John, 426.

Reynold, 426.

William, of the Isle of Man, 361, 426.

Lucca Emorentiana, a lute player, 269.

Lucie, Sir Thomas, 524.

Ludovic, Count. See Nassau.

Luk, the land of. See Liege.

Lumley :

Jane, lady, 219.

— letter from, 219.

(Lumle), Lord, 529.

— letters from, 1, 227, 250.

— his “book,” 19.

— his lands, 68.

— a servant of, 203.

— his wife Elizabeth, 227 (“my Bess”).

Lumner, Henry, 396.

Lumsdane, William, of Scotland, 153.

Luneburg (Luueberg), 215.

letters dated at, 215, 216.

Luneburg (Lunenberg), duke of. See Brunswick & L.

Lusalie, contribution against the Turks, 194.

Lutens, —, 451, 453.

Luton, letter dated at, 238.

Luttrell, Nicholas, of Dublin, imprisoned in Spain, 504.

Luxembourg (Lutsenborgh), 19, 103, 107, 147, 163, 182, 183, 213, 257, 259, 479, 512, 529.

Luycke. See Liege.

Lydney, letter dated at, 460.

Lyesuelt (Qu. Bleyswyk ?), in Holland, 513.

Lyghe. See Lee.

Lyly, Thomas, letter from, 91.

Lyme Regis, 444.

Lyndsay. See Lindsay.

Lynn or King's Lynn, 505.

customs return, 393.

charges laid out by the town, 505.

Lynn, South, Games lands in, 84.

Lynnell, Francis, 265.

Lynsy. See Lindsay.

Lyonhales, 218.

Lyons (Lion) and the Lyonnois, 43, 44, 46, 190, 269, 293, 298, 306, 308, 333, 335, 368, 371, 377, 378, 387, 401, 429, 530.

French king going to, 11, 43, 45, 46, 77, 150, 269.

Lyons, —, a messenger, 407.

Lyre. See Leer.



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