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'Index: L', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 8: 1598 (1899), pp. 599-603. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111763 Date accessed: 30 August 2014.


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L,” conveying a nobleman from Scotland into England, 142.

La Boderie, Mons. de, in the Low Countries, 489.

La Burlotte, —, in the Spanish service, 103.

Lace-warr, Ric, of Oxford University, 201.

La Chaste :

Commandeur, 31.

Mons de, governor of Dieppe, 388.

La Fontaine, Mons. R. de, letters from, 195, 255, 510.

information supplied by, 219.

reports sent by, of feeling in England, 235.

communicates information to the Cardinal and others, 266, 270.

his proceedings, &c., in France, 328.

his corrupt and traitorous conduct, &c., 351, 352.

return to Paris. &c., 358, 359, 362.

return to England, 388.

his influence in France, 391.

a report set about by, 426.

La Hottiere Montigny, vice-admiral of Brittany, letter from, 219.

Laly, William, 244.

Lambert, Lambarte :

John, an Englishman, pilot royal of Spain, 303.

Mr., at Endvill, 486.

Sir Oliver, 305, 557.

— letter from, 421.

Thomas, 244.

Lambeth, letter dated at, 39.

Lambton, letter dated at, 524.

Lamprey pies, 9.

La Muche, Monsieur de, governor of Viterye, 82.

Lancaster, Duchy of, chancellor of, 19, 23.

leases, 23.

a suit in the court of, 220.

money in the hands of the receiver, pressed for, 236.

accounts of revenues, 237 (2).

Lancashire :

Catholics, 152.

papal propaganda in, by means of pretended possession by unclean spirits, 213.

exorcisers in, 293.

Land's End, advisability of stationing a cruiser off, 258.

Lanercost (Leanard Cost), 129.

Langford :

—, 348.

Roger, 162.

Langtree, Edward, of Langtree, conversion of, 399.

Lanneret, 425.

Lansby, 83.

Lantatha. See Adelantado.

Laple, Thomas, in the service of the French King, letters from, 83, 101.

Lapley, Lapleie, one, plotting to deliver Dublin castle to Tyrone, 412, 414.

Laplin, Capt. William, 302.

Larkin, Lieutenant, testimony to his good service, 55.

Lasko, Samuel a, 166.

Latimer, Ed., 255.

Laugharne, 422.

Launcerot, one of the Canary Islands, 180.

La Vardine, Laverdyn, Marshal or Mons. de, 82, 90.

Lawson, Ralph, of Grays Inn, 482.

Lea :

Richard, cousin of Lady Russell, 32.

Thomas, 32.

Leach, captain, of a pinnace from Hampton, 174.

Leather, export of, and trade, 114, 248, 298, 415.

Leaze, 557.

Le B., S.M., letter from, 203.

his cousin Marguerite, 204.

Lee, letter dated at, 208.

place of embarkation for soldiers for Ireland, 521.

Lee :

H., a messenger, 131.

Sir Henry, letters from, 158, 320, 403, 425, 530.

— wrongs offered to him in his office, 530.

John, captain of H.M. Store General, letter from, 242.

Leefland, 364.

Leeman, Mr., 14.

Leeuwarden, Leubaerden, letter dated at, 425.

Le Fort, François, letter from, 251.

Le Fort Bimbault, Jacques, outrages suffered by, in Jersey, 251.

Le Grand (Ecuyer), Mons., 118, 219, 266, 489.

in waiting on the King of France, 93.

departure for Spain, delayed, 270.

Leghorn (Livorne), Portuguese ships coming to, molestation of, 493.

Leicester :

Earl of. See Dudley.

Lady, and marriage of her niece, 284.

Leicester forest, destruction of game in, 509.

Lecestershire, levies from, embarkation of, 524.

Leigh :

Edward, recommended to Essex, 506.

Thomas, justice of the peace of War wick, 483.

Thomas, slain in Ireland, 506.

Sir Vrian, 506.

Leighton :

E. lady, letters from, 242, 519.

Mr., 195.

Richard, of Montgomery, 469.

Sir Thomas, 255, 519.

— letters from, 368, 397, 398, 477, 496.

Leinster, the state of, 428.

Leith, 47.

letter dated at, 357.

Leix (Lease), the fort of, in Ireland, 429.

Lempriere (Lamprier), Nicholas, of Jersey, 280.

Lennox :

Countess of, lands formerly in possession of, 218.

duke of, 143, 160, 181, 398.

— pseudonym for, 181.

— influence over the King of Scotland, 140.

— lieutenant for the Islands of Scotland, 322.

— secretary to, 147.

house of, its rivalries, 146.

Lent, licence to eat flesh during, 74.

Leonard, William, 24.

Le Premier, Mons., in waiting on the King of France, 93.

Lesdiguières (Desdiguieres), François Bonne de, 189.

Le Soubz, M., 204 (2).

Letters intercepted, mentioned, 242.

Levant, the, prospects of military service in, 188

Le Vasseur, —, 42.

Leven or Levens, Sir Melgar de (“the German whom the earl knighted”), quarrel with Sir Charles Blunt, 219, 224–231.

Leveson, Sir Walter, letters from, 428, 471.

Levies, 514.

assessments for, 277, 296.

Leviston, lord, 147.

Lewen, Edward, of Newcastle, 384.

Lewes, 27.

customer of, mentioned, 131.

Lewis, Lewes :

Edward, of Glamorgan, 469.

Morris, of Carnarvon. 469.

Thomas, of Ruperry, 439, 469.

William, of Abergavenny, 454.

Lews, D., pedigree from, 553.

Leyna, Lena, Don Sancho de, Spanish commander, 53, 57, 76.

Leyre, mutiny among the soldiers at, 400.

Lezure, Mr., 16.

Lichfield, 205.

Liddell or Lyddall, Thomas, mayor and alderman of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 386, 431.

letter to, 373.

Liege, letter dated at, 154.

Lille, Admiralty Court of, 195.

Limerick, letter dated at, 262.

bishop of, paper endorsed, 74.

Lincoln, co. of, inhabitants of, apply for aid for draining, &c., 243.

levy of men in, 264.

justices of the peace of, letters from, 289, 306.

the lord lieutenancy of, &c., 306.

Lincoln, deanery of, 332.

Lincoln, Earl of. See Clinton.

Lindsay, Margaret and Janet, 48.

Linge, William, an English merchant at Amsterdam, 151.

Linghen, 404.

Linley, Henry, 222.

Linn (Linge), garrison driven out from, 102.

Linne, Mr., a fellow of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 192.

Linxes, the, 303.

Lippe, River, the campaign on the, 393, 400, 401, 403.

the Comte of the, 394.

Lisbon (Lishbourne, Lyxsborne, Lisborne), 43, 59, 127, 180.

ordnance manufactured in, 184.

its openness to attack by the English, 453.

visited with the plague, 532.

Lithuania, 166.

Liveries, surveyor of the, 334.

Liverpool, troops sent to, for embarkation, 117.

Livonia, 167.

Lloyd :

—, an alleged murderer, 165.

one, 222,

Dr. John, of the Arches, letter from, 260.

Lieutenant, desiring employment, 289.

Mr., of Chester, 405.

(Loide) de Glin, Francis, of Carmarthen, 469. See also Loyde.

Loan for the Queen, difficulty of raising a, 511, 517.

Lochem (Lockam), in Zutphen, 435.

Lock, Mr., 158.

Lodowick, Count, 257.

Loggins :

Hugh, 27.

Sibill, 27.

Lok, Henry, letter from, 374.

London, city or port of 64.

restraint on importation of cochineal and indigo, 36.

collector of subsidy outwards, 40.

collector of the petty custom inwards, 40.

charter of the city alleged to be broken, price for renewal, 162.

measuring of corn, coal, etc. brought into, 223.

admission of printers in, 257, 258.

stillyard in, question of the seizure of the house of the, 268.

measures against rogues and vagabonds in, 334.

absence of the Court from, 342.

mischief feared, from unemployed soldiers in, 342.

corn required in, 481.

raising of a loan in, for the Queen, 511, 517.

contests the privileges of the Cinque Ports, 542.

account of gold, etc., brought to, 545.

London, places and streets :

Bishopsgate, 361.

Blackfriars, letters dated at, 38, 74, 241, 258, 355, 437.

Carter Lane, the Powle Head in, 459.

Channel Row, 104.

Chanon Row, letters dated at, 209, 311.

Cheapside, sign of the “Whit Greatward” in, 408.

Clements Inn Fields, the pulling down of cottages in, 234.

Colman Street, letter dated at a handsome house in, 360 (2).

Covent Garden (Cumming Gardens), 234.

Drury Gardens, 234.

Fetter Lane, Sarnes Heade in, 232.

Fish Street, the Star in, 347.

Holborn, Sir. A. Ashley's house in, 544.

Ivy Lane, letter dated in, 561.

King's Head tavern, 363.

Limehouse, 554.

Lothbury, letters dated at 158, 468.

Mark Lane, letter dated at, 7.

More Lane, letters dated at, 342, 384, 396.

St. James' Park, letter dated at, 261.

Somerset House, letter dated at, 379.

Strand, letter dated at Sir R. Cecil's house in, 102.

Temple Bar, the “Boes” without, 363.

Tuttle Street, letter dated at, 343.

Whitefriars, letters dated at, 10, 27, 430, 462,

White Lion, 342.

Wood Street, Sir F. Gorges's house in, 193.

Long :

Sir Walter, 9.

Sir William, the Davers' quarrel with, 427.

Longueville, Madame de, 93, 568.

Longworth, John, of Cambridge, 551.

Lopez, Hieronimo, 114.

Lord, Mr., governor of the hospital of Warwick, 370.

Lorraine :

Cardinal of, 352.

Duo or Prince de, 327, 568.

— daughter of, marriage, 178.

— and the Cardinal his son, 362.

— action against the Huguenots, 426.

— his marriage opposed, 491.

house of, its position in France, 226, 270.

Loughfoyle, 344, 371.

Love :

of Weymouth, 303.

Thomas, of London, 481.

William, master of a Spanish ship, 60.

Lovell, captain Thomas, esquire, 243.

Low, Thomas, alderman of London, 453.

Low Countries, the, people of, trust in the Queen's favour, 112.

the question of peace in, 178, 196, 214.

their debt to the Queen, the question of repayment, 178.

profitable effect of the war to, 197.

full of cities and towns, swarming with people living by daily trade and water labour, 198.

considered impregnable, 235.

English regiment in, 318.

Scotch and English regiments in, preacher to, 342.

— exercises and amusements, 356.

a traveller in, 346.

Spanish army in, its progress, 356.

Spanish soldiers leave, 362.

progress of the campaign in, 369, 393, 394, 403, 404, 412, 413, 423, 432, 434, 438, 445, 467.

the points of the contest dismissed, 424.

opinion in the, 388.

a matter touching the, referred to, 398,

plentifulness of English gold coins in, 401.

troubled state of, 456.

English forces in, disposition of, 456.

— their want of apparel, 499.

English officers in, reduction of their pay, 487.

Spanish preparations in, &c., 493.

captains to be employed in, 500.

recall of English forces from, protests against, 493, 502.

Irishmen to be raised for the Spanish army in, 516.

donation of, to the Cardinal, the greatest motive for peace, 536.

treaty of commerce with, referred to, 538.

Jesuits of, in communication with the Cordeliers, 556.

Spanish. See Flanders.

Lowe, “Honest,” mentioned by Udall, 150.

Lowman, Mr., recommended for service in Ireland, 414.

Lowther, Richard, 129.

Loyde :

de Lanvaire, of Cardigan, 469.

Lewis, of Radnor, 469.

de Yale, John, of Denbigh, 469. See also Lloyd.

Lubeck, 536.

protest from, against English goods, 406.

Lucca, secret succour given to, 189.

Lucy. Thomas, Justice of the Peace of Warwick, 483.

Ludkins, Henrick, Dutchman, 268.

Lullingstone in Kent, letters dated at, 498, 501.

Lugo in Galicia, alleged orders to starve Englishmen in, 506.

Lulworth, West, in Dorset, 152.

Lundey, Robert, arrested at Rochester, 437.

Lundy Island, Spanish attack on, projected, 59.

Lusant, Baron de, 362.

Luther, Martin, a book of prayers composed by, mentioned, 134.

Lutherans, the, 297.

Lyddell. See Liddell.

Lydyngton (Ledyngton), one, belonging to the Spanish faction in Scotland, 129, 130.

Lyggens, Mr., deputy lieutenant for Worcestershire, 524.

Lyle :

Jean Symonds, 351.

Th., letter from, 24.

Lyllé William, letters from, 22, 30.

Lylshull, letter dated at. 428.

Lyly :

Dr., Chaplin of the Savoy, epitaph on Lord Burghley, 340.

John, letter from, 340.

Lyme, defensive state of, &c., 148, 152.

Lymington, Hants, 376.

Lynche, Stephen, letter from, 300.

Lyndsay :

Sir Ja., brother to Earl Crawford, 331.

Jeremy (“Mr. Jeremy”), 47, 48.

— letter to, 47.

Sir Walter, recalled to Scotland, 529.

Lyneham, 244.

Lyons, 188, 490.

postal arrangements in, 186.

college for English Catholics in, 186.

letter dated at, 189.

Lysbya, near the Spanish coast, 71.

Lyttelton, Sir Edward, 418.



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