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'Index: L', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 15: 1603 (1930), pp. 429-432. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112182 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Lafaille (la Faylla, la Falie), Martin de, 101, 125 220, 228, 229.

Laity, subsidies from, 2.

Lake, Thomas, afterwards Sir Thomas, 52, 87, 104, 142, 145, 324, 384, 388.
-, -, letters from, 30, 57, 213.
-, -, father-in-law of, 58.
-, -, and the office of writs of subpoena, 375.

Lakes:
-, Arthur, a chaplain of the Bishop of Winchester, 307.
-, Stephen, Doctor of the laws, 224.

Lambeth (Lambehith) [Surrey], 45, 205.
-, letter dated at, 91.

Lambeth Palace, a meeting of the Fellows of Corpus Christi College at, 150.

Lamton, Dr. see Lankton.

Lancashire, ladies from, supplicate the Queen, 119.
-, a gold mine in, 331.
-, Duchy of, Chancellor of, office void, 24, 149.
-, -, Chancellorship of, Sir John Fortesque and the, 94, 171, 199.
-, -, appointment to general receivership of, 200.
-, -, Bailey of, 228.
-, -, auditors of, 240.
-, -, Attorney of, 379.
-, arms purchased by recusants in, 88, 92, 93.
-, Justices of the Peace of, 92.
-, -, letter from, 88.
-, Catholics in, 92.

Lands sold, subsidies by, 2.

Lane:
-, Sir Ralph, 196.
-, Robert, letter from, 15.
-, Thomas, on trial for murder, 363.

Langar (Langer) [Notts], postal endorsement at, 61.

Lanherne (Lauheron) (N. Cornwall), 124, 178.

Lankton (Lamton) Dr., physician to Lord Cobham, 231, 243, 276.

Lani, Tho., mayor of Norwich, 188.
-, -, letter from, 189.

Lany, James, 274.

Lasingby see Lazenby.

Lasselles (Lassells): Brian, letter from, 195.
-, Sir Thomas, 126, 394.

Lassines, M. de Boys de, 125.

Laswitz, Melchior von, 384.

Latimer (Latymer), Lord, lands of, 23.

Lauheron, see Lanherne.

Launay, Monsieur de, letter to, 54.

Lavale, Robert di, see Delaval.

Lawe, Timothy, letter from, 262.

Lawghan Water [?] Scotland, 341.
-, cf. Lowgham, q.v.

Lawrence, Sir Christopher, 192.

Lawson:
-, Sir Wilfred, 394.
-, see Tilleston.

Layghton —, application for knighthood of, 234.

Laytone, —, account of, 23.

Lazenby (Lasingby) [Yorks], 380.

Leache, Edward, 386.

Leadhills, Crawford (Scotland), letter dated at, 319.
-, gold mining at, 332, 333.

League (Leige) [the Holy], 386.

Leake, —, 216.
-, Sir Francis, 266, 267.

Lee (Kent), letter dated at, 262.
-, proposal to send galleys to burn, 134.

Lee:
-, Sir Henry, letter from, 9.
-, Robert, Lord Mayor of London, letters from, 64, 127, 176.
-, -, a case tried before, 128.

Leffer, Castle (Ireland), fighting in, 145.

Leicester, Earl of, see Dudley.

Leicester Castle, letters dated at, 19, 251.

Leicestershire, 194, 202.
-, feodaryship of, 251.

Leige see League.

Leighe Durrant, manor of, (Cornwall), 265.

Leighton, Sir Thomas, governor of Guernsey, 24.

Leith (Scotland), cost of wars in, 2.
-, preparations for gold mines at, 342, 353.

Lennard, Samuel, 266.
-, -, letter from, 262.

Lennox, (Lennoxe, Lenox):
-, Duke of, see Stuart, Ludovic.
-, Countess of, rental of, 380, 381.
-, lands, 381.

Lenton, Edward, counsel for Lord Norreys, 178.
-, -, letter from, 381.

Leonard, Sampson, 215.
-, William, 34, 129.

Lesieur (Lesieure, Lessier), Stephen, Commissioner for the treaty at Bremen, 48, 339.
-, -, letters from, 7, 12, 13, 56, 234.

Leven, river (Cumberland), 120.

Levers, Conrad, master of the Venator, 125.

Leveson, Sir John, 309.
-, Sir Richard, Admiral, 42.

Levinus, (Levyne), Mr. see Munck.

Lewes (Sussex), 262.

Lewes, Edward, 261.

Lewisham (Kent), letter dated at, 266.

Lewkenor (Lewknor), Sir Lewis, 163.
-, -, letters from, 121 (2), 152, 154, 245.
-, Sir Richard, Justice of Chester, letter from, 96.

Lewson, Sir John, 121.

Leyden, University of, 122.

Lichfield (Lichfelde) [Staffs.], 6.
-, Deanery of, 57.

Liddel (Lyddell), (Cumberland), manor of, 381.

Lieutenant, Mr., see Peyton.

Lievin, Mons., 176.

Lille, William, letter from, 381.

Limerick, co. [Ireland], 348.
-, haven, 129.

Limerick, Bishop of, see Adams.

Lincoln, Bishop of, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical for Canterbury, 223.
-, -, see also Chaderton.
-, Earl of, see Clinton.

Lindley (Lyndley): Christopher, 395.
-, Sir Henry, letter from, 177.

Lindsay, Sir James, 25.
-, as ambassador from the Pope to James I, 5, 300–301.
-, and retinue, pass for, into France, 299.

Linewraye, J., letter from, 152.

Lingwood, Valentine, of Cork, 16.

Linkenhorne (Lynkenhorn) (Cornwall), letter dated at, 265.

Linlithgow, Earl of, see Livingston.

Lisbon, 129.
-, rumour of an armado in preparation at, 29.
-, Governor of, 29.
-, an army of ships from, 133.

Lisle, [Flanders] St. Peter's, dean and canon of, see Gifford, William.

Listen, Robert, of Salcombe, 16.

Lister (Lyster), John, letter from, 208.
-, Mr., 262, 263.

Littleton, Mr., children of, restored to his lands and goods, 72.

Liverpool, arming of recusants in, 93.

Livesey, Robert, 215.

Livingston, Alex, 1st Earl of Linlithgow, 116.

Llewenye, letter dated at, 48.

Lley, Mr., Justice of South Wales, 392.

Lloydd, Captain, 85.

Lock (Lok), Henry, letters from, 115, 141, 211.
-, -, letter to, 164.

Loderis mountains; see Louther.

Loftus, Adam, Bishop of Dublin, 148.

Lok, see Lock.

London, letters dated in, 25, 64, 74, 77, 93, 101, 114, 115, 127, 138, 139, 164, 166, 167, 176 (2), 189, 198, 274, 291, 323, 324, 325 (2).
-, Postmaster of, 163, 240.
-, postal endorsements at, 173, 195.
-, Proclamation of James I in, 1, 25, 26.
-, sheriff of, 3.
-, Lord Mayor of, 3, 25, 26, 58, 122.
-, -, and Aldermen, credit of, employed in cloth, etc., 64.
-, -, orders from, concerning the plague, 266.
-, -, see also Lee and Bennett,
-, Aldermen of, 25, 26.
-, suburbs of, 40.
-, Jesuit priests going to, 75.
-, port of, inward customs, 82, 324.
-, -, waiters of, 362.
-, -, customs officers of, 363.
-, -, searcher of, 363.
-, Recorders of, see Crooke and Montague, Sir Henry.
-, City Marshal of, see Waldrond.
-, James I's journey to, see James 1.
-, the Queen's journey to, see Anne.
-, the plague in, see under London and Westminster places, and Plague.
-, see also Westminster.

London, Bishop of, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical for Canterbury, 223.
-, -, see also Bancroft.
-, Archdeacon of, 224.

London and Westminster Places:
-, Aldermanbury, letter dated at, 74.
-, Austin Friars, letter dated at, 83 (2), 89, 96.
-, Barbican, letters dated at, 23.
-, Barking Church, 128.
-, Bedford House, 227.
-, Blackfriars, Lord Cobham's house at, 218, 238, 267, 272, 274, 289.
-, -, letters dated from, 15, 16, 92, 94, 95, 101, 102, 103, 105, 111, 113, 118, 119, 120, 121, 123, 125, 137, 138, 139, 140, 149 (2), 165, 166, 170, 174.
-, Bread Street (Bredstreete), the Three Caps in, 168.
-, Brewhouse Yard, the plague in, 215.
-, Cannon (Channon) Row, 268.
-, Charing Cross, letters dated from, 89, 94.
-, -, the sign of the Unicorn in, 297, 299.
-, Charterhouse, 93, 318.
-, -, James I expected at, 56.
-, Cheapside, 1.
-, Cornhill (Cornwell), 26.
-, Doctors Commons, letter dated at, 96.
-, Drury House, 84.
-, Durham (Duresme) Place, 37, 111.
-, Ely House rents, a house in, 181.
-, Exchange, the, 26, 96.
-, Fenchurch (Fanchurch) Street, letter dated at, 206.
-, Fleet prison, 393.
-, -, letters dated from, 101, 105(?), 106, 110, 127, 130, 143, 209.
-, -, the plague in, 209.
-, Fleet Street, 25.
-, Foster Lane, parish of St. Leonards in, 287.
-, Grays Inn, 3, 167, 181, 379.
-, -, letter dated at, 167.
-, Green's Alley, the plague in, 215.
-, Lime (Lyme) Street, 212.
-, Longditch, the plague in, 189, 215.
-, Long Wolstable (Longwoolstaple), the plague in, 189, 215.
-, Ludgate, 25.
-, Milk Street, Sheriff's house in, letter dated at, 1.
-, Montague (Mountague) house, 219.
-, Moorgate, 266.
-, Newgate, 269.
-, Parliament Stairs, 74.
-, Parliament Street, 74.
-, Petty France, (Petty Fraunce, Pettifrance) the plague in, 189, 215.
-, -, St. Clement Danes, the plague in, 189, 190.
-, St. Margaret's, the plague in, 189, 190.
-, St. Martin's in the Fields, the plague in, 189, 190.
-, St. Mary (Savoy), the plague in, 190.
-, St. Nicholas Shambles, a house in, 128.
-, St. Paul's Cathedral (Poules), 26.
-, -, dean of, see Overall.
-, Sanctuary, the, the plague in, 215.
-, Savoy, letters dated at, 71, 200.
-, -, the plague in, 190.
-, Savoy Liberty, 227.
-, Sea Alley, the plague in, 189, 215.
-, Sergeant's Inn, letter dated at, 103.
-, Silver Street, letter dated at, 156.
-, Somerset House, 61.
-, Strand, the, the plague in, 190.
-, -, Cecil's house in, 277.
-, Temple, the, letter dated at, 114, 139.
-, -, Middle, 271, 386.
-, Temple Bar, 227.
-, Thieving Lane, the plague in, 189, 215.
-, Tilt Yard, 25.
-, Tothill (Tuttle) Street, the plague in, 189.
-, Tower, the, 26, 34, 53, 54, 84, 370, 384, 388, 398.
-, -, letters dated from, 92, 152, 174, 183, 184 (2), 187, 204, 205, 207, 208 (2), 210, 214, 225, 231, 289, 303, 313, 327, 344.
-, -, James I to stay at, 49, 56.
-, -, warrant for release of three prisoners in, 92.
-, -, an ancient writ of summons to be had from, 172.
-, -, warders of, 174.
-, -, a rumour that Cecil has been committed to, 188.
-, -, statement of names for prisoners in, 215.
-, -, taking of, planned by Watson and Sir Griffin Markham, 228, 231, 233.
-, -, Crown Jewels to be removed to, 380.
-, -, record of Dukes of Cornwall in, 391.
-, -, Lieutenant of, see Peyton, Harvey, Sir George and Blount, Sir Michael.
-, Tower Gate, 26.
-, Tower Hill, 1, 26.
-, Tower Street, an alley in, 128.
-, Whitehall, Palace of, 1, 25, 45.
-, -, letters dated at, 51, 53, 54, 172.
-, Wood Street, 168.
-, Worcester House, 227.

Longeford, —, Sir Griffin Markham's "brother and sister," 205.

Lords, House of (Upper House), 396.
-, -, prerogatives of, 24.

Lorraine (Loraine, Lorena), 55.
-, Cardinal of, Bishop of Strasburg, 19.
-, Duke of, ambassador from, see Bourbon.

Lough Foyle (Loughfoile) in Tyrconnel, 383.

Louther (Loderis, Tedderis) mountains (Scotland), 340.

Lovelace, [Lancelot], a plea for help for, 134.

Low Countries (the Netherlands), 31, 46, 50, 60, 210.
-, Expenses of wars in, 1, 2.
-, and James I, 30, 244.
-, reinforcements raised in, by Spain, 47.
-, cautionary towns of, 69 (2), see also Flushing and Briel.
-, forts, etc. in, 69.
-, Earl of Leicester in, 185.
-, a man returned from banishment in, 198.
-, letters to Lord Grey from, 208.
-, Lord Grey's troops in, 355 (2).
-, Scottish companies in, see Scotland.
-, English Army in, see Army.
-, see also United Provinces.

Lowgham Water (?) nr. Crawford Moor, 332, c.f. Lawghan, q.v.

Lubeck, 234.

Ludlow (Ludlowe), letters dated at, 17, 291, 336.
-, wood at, 392.

Ludlow Castle, 177.

Lullingston (Kent), letter dated at, 72.

Lumley, [John] Lord, letter from, 145.

Lundy Island, 288.

Luneburg (Luneberg, Lunenburgh), Ernestus, Duke of, 234, 397.

Lussan, Mons. de, governor of Blaye, [France], 348.

Lutson, Robert, 261.

Luxemburg, 55.

Lydd [Kent] Commissioners for restraint of passage at, 165.
-, letter from, 165.

Lyddell, see Liddel.

Lyde, George, 289.

Lyndley, see Lindley.

Lyngen, Edward, attainted for treason, 92.

Lynkenhorn, see Linkenhorne.

Lyons, 217.

Lysle, Mr., of King's College, Cambridge, 80.

Lyster, see Lister.



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