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'Index: L', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 9: August-December 1535 (1886), pp. 452-458. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75691 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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Lacham, letter dated at, 364.

Lache, R., friar of Sion, 986.

Lacock. See Laycock.

Lacy, lord Robt., founder of Pontefract mok., 1173 (p. 400).

-, (Lascy), Sir Hen., earl of Lincoln, temp. Hen. III., 1173 ii.

-, Henry, 440, 1121.

-, -, letter from, 440.

-, -, Alice, late wife of, 1121.

-, John, 463.

-, Sir John (A.D. 1172), 1173 ii.

-, Ric., 93.

-, Wm., 1059.

La Fère, in France, 548.

Lagolette. See Goletta.

Laistoft. See Lowestoft.

Laiton. See Layton.

Lambart, John, 949, 1059.

-, -, letter from, 949.

Lambay, in Ireland, 1053.

Lambe, Alex., 81, 1047 (see notes).

Lambeth, 29.

-, letter dated at, 517.

Lambhethe, Chr., 1059 (pp. 364–5).

Lame, John, 878.

Lampleugh (Lampelew), —, 606, 651.

-, -, his sister's son, 651.

Lamplew, Sir John, g. 914 (22).

Lampridio, M., 512.

Lan, in Welsh names. See Llan.

Lancashire, 144, 393, 1173 ii.

-, religious houses in, 1173 ii.

-, sheriff of. See Butler, Sir Thos.

Lancaster (Lanchaster), friars preachers at, 1173 ii.

Lancaster, duchy of, attorney of. See Wrothe, Robert; Baker, John.

-, -, chancellor of, 427.

-, -, treasurer of, 427.

Lancaster (Lanchaster), lord Wm. (11th cent.), 1173 ii.

Lancton, Linc., g. 1063 (6).

Landeszkrone. See Landscrona.

Landgrave, the. See Hesse, landgrave of.

Landscrona (Landeszkrone), in Sweden, 277.

Lane, —, 422.

-, Ric., 245, 334, 1116.

-, -, his father, 245, 334.

-, Thos., 305, 1116.

-, -, letter from, 305.

Langdon East, near Dover, 1105.

Langden (Langdon), West, near Dover, 668.

-, abbey of, 668–9, 816, 829.

-, -, Wm. Dayer, abbot of, 668–9, 816 sig., 829.

-, -, -, his concubine, 668.

-, -, sub-prior of, 816 sig.

-, -, surrender of, 816.

Langey (Langeus, Langez, Langius, &c.), William du Bellay, sieur de, 54, 55, 157, 180, 213 (p. 70), 281, 298–9, 336, 338, 469, 521, 540 (4), 543–4, 835, 838, 911, 961, 984, 994, 1001, 1013, 1018.

-, -, his house, 180.

-, -, a kinsman of. See Fos, —de la.

-, -, speeches of, 984, 994, 1001.

Langey, Madame de, daughter of Madame de Riou, 715.

Langford. See Longford.

Langharn. See Lawarne.

Langius. See Langey.

Langley, Essex, 520.

Langley, Black Friars, prior of. see Ing worth Rie.

Langley, Oxon 568, 613.

Langley, King's, 568

Langman, Thos., 480.

Langres (Langret), in France, 258, 397.

Langtree (Langtre), Devon, 479.

Lanthony priory, near Gloucester, 1081.

-, prior of, 1081.

Lare, John van, 830.

Larke, Barbara, 1075.

-, Peter, Gardiner's servant, 216, 1010, 1039.

-, Wm., 216.

Lascy. See Lacy.

Lasselles, Chr., 491.

Lasyngby. See Laysinby.

Latham (Lathom), Lanc., letters dated at, 32, 771.

Latham, Gilbert, 92.

Lathbury, Hugh, hermit, 162.

Lathom. See Latham.

Latimer, John Neville lord, 1173 (pp. 399 n, 400).

Latimer (Latomer) Hugh, bp. of Wor cester (1535), 151, 189, 203, 230–1, 252, 272–3, 342, 470, 497, 583, 683–4, 741, 1117–18:—g. 236 (12), 729 (7).

-, -, letters from, 231, 272, 683–4, 1117–18.

Lauenburg. See Saxe-Lauenburg.

Laurence, John, cook, 1119.

-, (Laurens), Will., 340, 385.

-, -, his wife, 385.

Lavant. See Levant, the.

Lawarne (Lawerne, Langharn), John, B.A., sub-prior of Worcester, 52 (2), 108, 304, 653.

-, -, letter from, 304.

-, -, signature of, 653.

Lawles, —, 1032.

-, Wm., 786.

Laws, Thos., letters from, 290, 323.

Lawson, Sir George, 425, 456, 617, 727, 753.

-, -, letters from, 425, 456, 617, 753.

-, -, his signature, 727.

-, -, his wife, 753.

Lawton, Hugh, 883.

-, John, g. 236 (16).

Lawyers, 725 ii.

Layburn, Sir Jas., letter from, 427.

Laycock (Lacock) nunnery, Wilts, 139, 160.

-, letters dated at, 138, 139.

Laye, Robt., 1147.

Layghton. See Layton.

Layre de Mahon. See Mahon.

Laysinby (Lasyngby), Geo., monk of Jervaulx, 37, 557 (? "friar martyred").

Layton (Laiton, Leyton, Leyghton, Layghton, Leyhton), Ric., LL.D., clerk of the Council and of Chancery, prebendary of Catlyns Court (Kentish Town), rector of Stepney, 3, 42, 138, 159, 167–8, 215, 253 ("your deputy"), 350–1, 375, 444, 452, 455, 509, 530, 533, 544, 632, 668–9, 691, 693 ("your visitor"), 707, 718, 723, 744, 784, 816 ii., 832, 836, 881, 954, 986, 1003, 1005.

-, -, letters from, 3, 42, 168, 350, 444, 452, 509, 533, 632, 668–9, 954, 1003.

Layton, Mr., brother of Dr. Ric., 544.

Lazaro or Lazarus, M., 512, 673, 917.

Leatherhead (Lethered), Surrey, 798.

Lebda, in Asia Minor, 123.

Lebret, Madame da. See Margaret of Angoulême.

Leche, —, 385.

-, Jas., g. 504 (9).

Leckonfield (Lekenfeld), Yorks., 1070 (4).

Ledbury, Heref., 334.

Ledbury, Edmond, 653.

Leder, Oliver, g. 914 (5).

Lee, Edward, abp. of York, 30–1, 37, 49, 63, 158, 201, 464, 517, 603, 618, 703–4, 727, 742, 933, 1162.

-, -, letters from, 30–1, 49, 63, 201, 603, 703–4, 742, 933.

-, -, signature of, 727.

Lee, Roland, bp. of Coventry and Lichfield (or of Chester), president of the Council in the Marches of Wales, 8, 11, 52 (2), 57, 67, 108, 126, 140, 155, 166, 186, 194, 282, 302, 322, 354, 392, 510, 605, 651, 706, 712, 780, 793, 841, 856.

-, -, letters from, 57, 67, 126, 155, 186, 302, 354, 392, 510, 605, 706, 712, 780, 841, 856.

-, letter to, 8.

-, -, his sister, 186.

-, -, his surveyor, 793. See also Strete, Ric.

Lee. See also Legh.

-, —, 385, 925.

-, John, of Cumberland, g. 914 (22).

-, Ric. (or a Lee), Cromwell's servant, 66, 259, 339, 413, 466, 772.

-, Sir Robert, 422.

Leeds, Kent, priory of, 713.

-, prior of. See St. Leger, Arthur.

Lees, Thos., 179 (3 viii.)

Leg, Robt., 1059.

Lege, John, priest, 1059.

Legge, Robt., letter from, 291.

Legh. See also Leigh and Lee.

Legh or Lee (Leig, Leigh, Lyghe, Leghe), Thos., D.C.L., engaged in visitation of monasteries, 5, 51, 138–9, 159, 167, 204, 234, 242, 265, 280, 344, 423–4, 439, 444, 472, 487, 497, 621–2, 630, 640, 651, 664, 694, 708, 735, 743, 745, 762, 781 (see notes), 808, 816 ii., 849, 865, 889, 1005, 1009, 1076, 1157, 1167.

-, -, letters from, 138, 167, 265, 344, 424, 439, 472, 621, 640, 651, 694, 708, 735, 762, 808, 849, 889.

-, -, his brother, 622, 651.

-, -, -, his wife, 651.

Legh (Leygh), Thos., of Antwerp, merchant, 330, 738.

-, -, letter from, 738.

Leghorn, in Italy, 526.

Leicester, 1005.

-, abbey of, 1005.

-, -, abbot of, 1005.

-, Newark College in, 1005.

Leicester, archdeaconry of, 24 ii.

Leicestershire (and Warw.), sheriff of, g. 914 (22). See also Boghton, Will. (1535–6).

Leigh (Legh), Devonsh., 411.

Leighlin (Leklyn) Bridge, in Ireland, 556.

Lekenfeld, See Leckonfield.

Leklyn. See Leighlin.

Lelegrave (Lilgrave), Wm., surveyor of Calais, 26, 552, 725 ii., 817, 891, 932, 955.

-, -, letters from, 26, 552, 891, 932, 955.

Lemeryk. See Limerick.

Lempster. See Leominster.

Lemster, Wm., 653.

Lemster. See Leominster.

Lenche or Lynche, Wm., 84.

Lencolne. See Lincoln.

Lendall, Ric., 938:—g. 1063 (3).

Lenton priory, Notts, g. 1063 (17).

-, prior of. See Annsley, John: Heth, Nic.

Lenton, Edw., 697.

Leodius, Hubertus. See Liege, H. of.

Leominster (Lempster, Lemster), Heref., App. 20:—g. 236 (16).

-, prior of, 856.

-, -, his abbot. See Reading, abbot of.

Leonard, lord. See Grey, lord Leonard.

Leonard, David, 136.

Leonis. See Lyons.

Leper, Thos., 830.

Lethered. See Leatherhead.

Letley. See Netley.

Leva. See Leyva.

Levant (Lavant), the, 910, 920.

Leverington, Camb., 507.

Levesbrogh, Yorks., 1070 (4).

Levitical law, the, 499.

Levyns, Chr., letter from, 881.

Lewes (Lewys, Lewce) priory, 42, 444, 464 n, 509, 632, 1066.

-, prior of, 42, 464, 632.

-, -, letter to, 464.

-, subprior of, 632.

Lewes. See Lewis.

Lewis V., emperor, 730.

Lewis or Lewes, —, servant to bp. Rowland Lee, 186, 302.

-, —, Welsh murderer, 465.

-, Gethyn, Welshman, 140.

-, John, 456.

Leyghton or Leyton. See Layton.

Leyva (Leva), Antony da, Imperial general, 819, 917, 1028.

Lichfield, 121, 1005.

-, letter dated at, 1005.

-, the bp.'s house at, 186, 282 n.

-, cathedral (church), 1005.

Lichfield and Coventry, bp. of. See Lee, Rowland.

Liddington (Lydyngton), Rutl., letter dated at, 349.

Liddington, Rutl., prebend of, 985.

-, -, prebendary of, 985.

Liedekerke. See Hannaert.

Liege, Hubert of, letter from, 591.

Ligier, in France, letter dated at, 180.

Ligon, Sir Ric., letter from, 305.

Likerke or Likkerke (Liedekerke), Mons. de. See Hannaert.

Lil Adam. See L'Isle Adam.

Lilford Sayes, Essex, 481.

Lilgrave. See Lelegrave.

Lily (Lylio), G., 292, 659, 673, 1034.

-, -, letters from, 292, 673, 1034.

-, -, his father, 292.

-, -, his sister, 659, 673.

Limerick (Lemeryk), in Ireland, 556, 613, 628.

-, mayor of. See Sexten, Edm.

Lincoln, 179 (2).

Lincoln, archdeacon of. See Pate, Ric.

-, archdeaconry, 569.

Lincoln, John Longland, bp. of, chancellor of Oxford, 20, 117, 328, 349, 453–4, 457, 471, 553, 569, 611, 985, 1005.

-, -, letters from, 20, 117, 328, 349, 453–4, 471, 569, 985.

Lincoln, bpric. of, chancellor of, 328.

-, -, commissary, 328.

Lincoln, Sir Henry Lacy, earl of, (temp. Hen. III.), 1173 ii.

Lincoln (Lencolne), Ric., 217, 263, 341. (see notes).

Lincolnshire, 456, 1107.

-, feodary of Crown lands in. See Nowell, Andrew.

-, sheriff of, g. 914 (22). See also Dymmok, Edw.

Lindsay, Sir David, Lion King of arms (of Scotland), 151, 165.

Lindsay, Jas., falconer to James V., 1049.

Lion king of arms. See Lindsay, Sir David. See also Ambassadors (of Scotland).

Lipari (Lipare), Islands, 981.

Lipomanus, —, 129.

Lisbon, 558.

Lisle, Arthur Plantagenet, viscount, deputy of Calais, and vice-admiral of England, letters from, 787, 802, 812 ii., 1057–8.

-, -, letters to, 9, 27, 36, 53, 59, 60, 70, 72, 73, 93, 94, 96, 145, 209–10, 214, 266, 293, 324, 377, 388, 396, 460, 467, 525, 535, 563, 571, 582, 585, 599, 624, 631, 634, 642, 657, 649, 682, 700, 710, 737, 759, 766–7, 820, 833, 850, 859, 886, 890, 894, 897, 924, 935–6, 938, 946, 950, 968, 982, 996–7, 1022, 1026, 1032, 1048, 1085–6:—App. 6.

-, -, other references to, 53, 61, 87, 95, 125, 146, 192, 263, 362, 407, 410, 461, 501, 542, 572, 584, 612, 624, 643, 737, 817, 857, 860, 872, 892, 898, 951, 993, 1033, 1121–2: —App. 17: —g. 729 (4, 19), 1063 (10).

-, -, his ship, 60, 61, 145–6, 266, 377, 460–2, 501, 525.

-, -, his gentleman, 467.

-, -, his handwriting, 1057.

-, -, his secretary, 1122.

Lisle, Honor lady, wife of the preceding, widow of Sir John Basset, letters from, 612, 768 ii., 1033 ii.

-, -, letters to, 61, 87, 95, 146, 257, 333, 362, 402, 407, 410–11, 448, 461–2, 501–2, 541–2, 583–4, 586, 625, 643, 679, 709, 715, 738, 750, 768–9, 812, 833, 857, 860, 872, 885, 892, 898, 951–2, 991, 998, 1004, 1022, 1033.

-, -, other references to, 70, 95–6, 388, 460, 467, 571, 582, 585, 599, 631, 737, 766, 812 ii., 820, 850, 859, 886, 936, 950, 968, 996.

-, -, her auditor, 950.

-, -, her daughters, 257, 584.

-, -, a servant of, 709.

Lisle, Sir Humphrey, 1, 371.

L'Isle Adam, Philip de, late Grand Master of St. John, 920.

Lister, Sir Ric., chief baron of the Exchequer, 377.

Litell, —, friar of Sion, 986.

Littleprow, Reynold, 308.

Llandaff, cathedral of, 806.

Llandaff, archdeacon of. See Quarr, —.

Llandaff, George Athequa, bp. of, 161, 695, 806.

Llandaff, bpric. of, 806.

Llandovery, Wales, 500.

Llanrose, in Denbigh, g. 914 (14).

Llanselyn or Llansillin, co. Denbig, 511:—g. 1063 (1).

Llantellie, marches of Wales, g. 236 (16).

Llantwitt, Glamorgansh., 510 ii.

Llanymoniche,Asaph's dioc., g. 1063 (16).

Lloyd, David, ap Owen, 319, 706.

-, Thos., clk, 560, 1098.

-, -, signature of, 1098.

Lock, Mr., 898.

Lodge, Wm., 697.

Lombards, the, 597 (2).

Lombardus, —, 129.

Lombeke, viscount of. See Hannaert, John.

Lomnor. See Lumnour.

Londesborough (Lounsburgh), Yorks., 791, 1070 (4).

-, bailiff of. See Nesfelde, John.

-, parson of. See Thwates, Wm.

London, letters dated at, 9, 17, 18, 24, 25, 28, 29, 41, 43, 47, 58, 65, 66, 85, 90, 93, 105–6, 119, 125, 131–3, 137, 151–2, 154, 165, 172, 178, 184, 199, 203, 209, 252, 259, 261, 273–5, 279, 283, 287, 301, 330, 339–43, 345–6, 356–7, 359, 372–4, 406, 413–15, 417–18, 435, 451, 458, 549, 563, 582–3, 589, 594–5, 625, 642, 657, 682, 690, 732–3, 767, 776–7, 812, 820, 848, 850, 859–62, 890, 892, 894, 897–8, 924, 946, 950–2, 964–5, 987–8, 991–2, 997–8, 1004, 1010, 1032–3, 1036, 1039–40, 1148:—App. 6.

London, places in or near:—Austin Friars or Friars Austins (the Augustines), 66, 106, 137, 330, 413–14, 430, 478 (p. 157), 577.

-, Cromwell's buildings at. See under Cromwell, Thomas.

Barbican, 1040.

Black Friars, 203, 846, 932, 955.

-, priorship of, 1153.

Bethlehem without Bishopsgate, 1059.

Bow (Bowes), App. 12.

Breadstreet, 252, 431.

-, counter in, 431.

-, -, keeper of, 431.

Bridge (London Bridge), 597 (2).

Chancery (Chancellor) Lane, 347, 458.

Charterhouse, 11, 139, 279, 283–4, 295, 523–4, 597, 681, 950, 989, 1150.

-, letter dated at, 283.

-, president of, 523.

-, prior of, 11. See Houghton, John.

-, -, letter to, 11.

-, proctor of, 597 (2).

-, sexton of, 284.

Christchurch priory, 41, 90 (p. 26), 1148:—g. 914 (8).

Clement's Inn, 850.

Counter, the, in Breadstreet, 252.

Cross, the. See St. Paul's Cross.

Crossed or Crutched Friars, 330, 1109 (2 ii.), 1168:—g. 914 (8).

-, prior of, 1092, 1168. See also Balle, Robt., and Stretham, Edm.

Doctors Commons, 549.

Dowgate, Lady Salisbury's or Lord Montague's Place in, 512, 98–(p. 331).

Guildhall, the, 273.

bp. of Hereford's house in, 99.

Hert Street, St. Olave's, g. 914 (8).

Inner Temple. See Temple.

Islington, 114–15.

Lincoln's Inn, 119, 132.

Lombard Street, 115.

Ludgate Prison, 1133.

Marshalsea Prison, 1116:—g. 914 (12).

Middle Temple. See Temple.

Newgate, 431.

-, the Grey Friars at, 789.

Poulhouse, App. 12.

-, the Rolls, 66, 93, 105–6, 115, 131–3, 172, 195, 273, 339–40, 342, 347, 359, 372, 413–15, 430, 458, 618, 848, 955, 1010, 1039.

St. Bartholomew's, 114–15.

St. Dunstan's Parish, 430.

St. Giles, Cripplegate, 992.

St. John's of Jerusalem, sub-prior of. See Mablesteyn, Sir John.

St. Katharine's, 246.

St. Katharine's Hospital, valor of, App. 13.

St. Laurence Lane, 330.

St. Margaret's, 693.

St. Mary's without Bishopsgate, 478.

St. Olave's, g. 914 (8).

St. Paul's or Paul's (Powles), 472, 622, 812, 992:—App. 12.

-, canons of, 992.

-, dean and chapter of, 992.

-, valor of, App. 12.

St. Paul's, cross of, 989.

St. Peter's the Poor, parish, 137, 478.

Savoy, the, 478.

-, master of, prebendary of South Cave, Yorks., 31, 661, 742.

-, steward of. See Cromwell, Thos.

Smithfield, 152.

-, Bartholomew fair at, 152.

Temples, the, 119.

Temple, Inner, 583, 812.

Temple, Middle, 119.

Tower, the, 217, 234 (p. 78–9), 358, 391, 513, 525, 566, 594 (p. 197), 597 (2), 817, 862, 873 (p. 294):—g. 504 (10).

-, Mint in, 183.

-, works in, 217.

-, St. Thomas' Tower, in, 234 (p. 79).

London, chamber of, 28.

-, the King's counting-house, 28.

-, lord mayor of. See Champneys, Sir John (1534–5), Alen, Sir John (1535–6).

-, -, election of, 594 (p. 198).

-, lord mayor's banquet, 732 (p. 250).

-, mayor and aldermen of, letter from, 28.

-, port of, g. 504 (11).

-, the recorder of, 220.

-, the new sheriffs of. See Monmouth and Cotes.

-, victualling of, 83, 122, 307.

-, under-sheriff of, 836. See also Middlesex, under-sheriff of.

-, arrangement with the city for carriage of victuals for the household, 28.

-, merchants of, seek protection of Imperial ambassador, 566.

-, plague in. See Plague.

-, shipping, 234 (p. 78), 614, 830.

-, visitation of religious houses in, 487.

London, bp. of See Stokesley, John.

-, -, his registrar. See Grefton, Matthew.

London, Thos., 1167.

Long, Sir Henry, letter from, 1123.

-, Ric., gentleman usher of the Cham ber, 172, 234 (p. 78):—g. 236 (11).

Longbotham, Ric., 463 (2 ii.)

Longdendale, Chesh., g. 914 (26).

Longforde (Langford), Sir Ralph, 282:—g. 914 (22).

Long Leford or Ludford, Linc., g. 1063 (6).

Long robe, men of the, 725.

Lorde, Robt., 279, 522.

Lorgan, Dr. Ric., of Oriel College, Oxford, 1120.

Lorimer (Lorymere), Thos., 245, 334.

Lorraine, John cardinal of, 298, 395, 696, 1006–7.

-, -, letter to, 1007.

-, -, one of his household, 298.

Lorymere. See Lorimer.

Losemore, Devon, 479.

Lostock, Lanc., 1161.

Loues (Louis in vol. viii.), —, 411.

Lougher. See Lowther.

Louis, infant of Portugal, son of king Emanuel, 602.

Louisa of Savoy, mother of Francis I., Lady Regent of France in 1525–6 (died 1531), 975.

Lounsburgh. See Londesborough.

Loure, John, 479–80.

Louvain (Loven), 182 (p. 57), 1142, 1144.

-, two Englishmen at, 182 (p. 57), See Notes.

Loveday, Geoff., spear of Calais, letter to, 459.

-, -, his wife, 459.

Lovell, Edw., 642, 850, 1032–3.

Lovet, Michael, g. 914 (19).

Low Countries, or Low Parts. See Flanders.

Lowe, John à, 1147.

Lowestoft (Laistoft), 234 (p. 78).

Lowther (Lougher), Watkin, 126, 465.

Lowys, George, 474.

Lubeck and the Lubeckers, 17, 18, 58, 113, 153, 177, 213 (p. 70), 234, 246, 277, 285, 287, 291, 298, 323, 434, 482, 543 (p. 180), 566 (p. 189), 696, 776, 824, 831, 847, 861 (p. 289), 915, 922, 1008, 1019:—App. 5.

-, letters dated at, 277, 483.

-, Henry VIII.'s envoys to. See Bonner and Cavendish.

-, burgomaster of. See Wollenwever, George.

-, council of, 824.

-, senators of, 153.

-, rulers of, 1019.

Lubryngham Sandingfield in Pieardy, g. 914 (11).

Ludgate. See under London.

Ludlow, Salop, 780, 1081.

-, letters dated at, 780, 793, 841, 843, 856.

-, castle of, 780, 793, 841.

Luerlegh, Deven, 479.

Lugg, the river, 510 ii.

Luis, Pier. See Farnese, Peter Lewis.

Lumley, John lord, letter from, 489.

Lumnour (Lomnor), Edm., letter from, 496.

Lunenburg, letter dated at, 181.

Lunenburg (Luneberg), duke of, 824.

Luther, Martin (or Brother Martin), 153, 294, 355, 390, 543 (p. 180), 629, 805, 848, 928–30, 953, 1013, 1030.

-, -, letters from, 294, 355, 805, 929.

-, -, letters to, 629, 928, 930.

Lutheran princes. See German princes.

Lutherans (Lutheryens), the, 281, 299, 397, 732, 773, 791.

Lutterworth, Leic, 883.

Lydd (Lyde), Kent, 22.

Lydyngton. See Liddington.

Lyghe. See Legh.

Lyghte, —, 1131.

Lylio. See Lily, G.

Lymden or Lynden, John, prior of Reigate 798.

Lyme, 1059.

Lynche, Peter, Irishman, 731 (2).

Lynche or Lenche, Wm., 84.

Lynden or Lymden, John, prior of Reigate, 798.

Lynn (Lyne), Norf., 234 (p. 78), 830.

Lynsey, John, 417.

Lyons (Lione, Leonis), in France, 175, 526 iii., 702, 819, 887, 961, 1021,

-, letter dated at, 867.

-, news from, 526 iii.

Lyons, the Hill of, in Ireland, 147.

Lyte, Wm., letter from, 877.

Lytheby, John, 480.

Lyveley, 697.



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