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Labesse, Paul; xlv. 58.

La Birtonnier; xlv. 54.

Lace, seizure of, &c.; xlvi. 34; liii. 57. lxiii. 14.

-, the trade in; lxviii. 18.

Lacey, Nathaniel, an executor of John Jones, deceased, petition; lxiv. 31.

Lally, James, of Tullandaly; xliii. 61.

La Lo, Captain, an engineer; lv. 72.

Lambe, Mr., hospitals, Low Countries; xliii. 7.

Lambert, John, and others, customs; lvii. 39.

Lambeth; lx. 60. Meloniere or Mellioneir, Major-General, the regiment of; xliii. 51; lxviii. 25.

Laming, Roger, of Margate, hoyman; liv. 51; lxii. 75.

Lancashire plot, the; lxiv. 36.

Lancaster, the Duchy of; lxxvii. 40.

-, herald; lvi. 45; lxviii. 31 b.

Lancing, derelict land at; xlvii. 32.

Land carriage officers; lix. 46.

Landen, mention of the battle of; xlv. 7; lxii. 32.

Land revenue; xlvii. 85; lii. 16; lx. 68; lxiv. 35; lxvi. 15; lxxvi. 46.

-, surveyors of Bristol charged with not being at their office an hour in a month; lvi. 60.

-, tax; xliii. 35; xliv. 73, 74, 76; xlv. 10, 51; xlvii. 52; li. 20; lix. 75; lx. 44; lxii. 19; lxv. 19; lxvi. 52; lxxvii. 22.

-, -, &c., receiver of; lxvii. 37; lxxiv. 56.

Landwaiters of London, a corporate body, &c.; xlviii. 41b.

-, customs, exchange of office of, not to be encouraged; lxxvi. 1.

-, the training of; lxxi. 10.

Lane, Sir Thomas; xlvii. 46.

Lang, Michael, petition; xlix. 2.

Lange, Michael, captain; lxii. 46; lxvi. 28; lxviii. 14.

Langham, Thomas; lv. 12.

Langley, Thomas; li. 2.

Langston harbour; lxxvi. 49.

Lanier, Sir John, regiment of; lx. 15.

Lansdown, John, Esq., coal mine, Somersetshire; xliii. 45.

-, -, petitions; xlv. 77; xlvi. 47; l. 48.

Lansdowne, Richard, gent.; xliii. 45.

La Pierre, an alien enemy; xlv. 54.

Larkin, Mr. George; lxxvii. 28.

-, -, takes passage to the West Indies; lxxvii. 28.

-, Mr., goes to America in respect to Admiralty courts; lxx. 23.

La Roche, Peter; lxxi. 39.

La Rue, Mr. Francis; xliii. 67.

Lassaigne, Mr., late governor of Drogheda; lxvii. 10.

Lassells, Rebecca; xlv. 60.

-, Mr. or Richard; lix. 59.

La Tour, Captain John; lxviii. 31a.

Laughill, Ireland, the ferry; lxiv. 28.

Laussac, Antonine de; lxxv. 75.

Lauze, John, late yeoman of the stirrup to Queen Mary, petition; lxii. 51.

Lavie, John and Mary, customs; xlvi 44.

Lawley, Mary, widow, repair of the mews; lvi. 34.

Lawrence, Joseph; liii. 21.

-, Mr., New York, suspended from the Council; p. 230.

-, -, -, superannuated; p. 230.

-, Doctor; lviii. 15.

-, Sir Thomas, late Secretary of the province of Maryland; lvi. 82; lvii. 44; lx. 36.

Lawyers at New York, a parcel of vile knaves; p. 327.

Laycocke, Captain Martin, wounded, &c.; lv. 52; lvii. 53.

Lea, Patrick, forfeiture; xlix. 4.

Leach, William, paymaster of incidents; li. 64.

Leadenhall, goods of old East India Company at; lxxvi. 25, 31.

Lead mines; xliv. 25; lxvii. 31; lxxvi. 35.

Lead works in the north; liii. 45.

Leader, Mr. Thomas, in Billiter Lane, the city gauger; lxiii. 28.

Leary, Dermot, an Irish rebel; lxxvii. 23.

Leather duties; xlvii. 57; lvii. 34; lx. 76; lxii. 68; lxx. 24.

Lechmore, Mr., recommended as counsel for the Commissioners of revenue, Ireland; lxii. 23.

Leeds, mayor, aldermen. &c. (Mint), petition; xlv. 89.

-, castle; lxxviii, 64.

-, the Duke of; xlviii. 9; li. 13; lix. 13.

Leesons, Robert, scandalous words against the government; xliii. 69.

Leeward Islands, Commissioners of; xlviii. 15; lxi. 15, 38; lxix. 54; lxxviii. 29.

-, -, xlv. 90; lvii. 58; lix. 2; lxiii. 61; lxiv. 59; lxvii. 30; lxix. 54, lxxi. 70, 71; lxxv. 74.

-, -, coins for; lxxv. 13.

Legal opinions. See Opinions.

Leg, Mr.; lxii. 11.

Legge, William, Esq., surveyor of works in several parks; lxxi. 20.

-, -, of Bray, yeoman, burnt in the cheek for sheep stealing; lxxiv. 10.

Leghorne; lxviii. 39; lxxvi. 24.

Leich, William, a collector of excise; lxxiii. 44.

Leigh, Col.; liv. 35.

-, -, Edward; lxix. 33.

-, Jonathan, an apothecary; xliii. 74.

Leighton, Col., warden of the Fleet; xlviii. 60.

-, Mr.; lvi. 22.

Leisler, Mr. [New York]: p. 231.

Leisler's party [in New York]; p. 213; lvii. 52.

Leith, the agent of the Customs at; lv. 9.

Lemanores [a species of boats]; lxix. 35.

Lemington; lxiv. 9.

Le Neve [Mr.] Peter, a deputy chamberlain of the Exchequer; xlv. 42; lxxii. 44.

Le Rue, Mr. Francis, seized at Harwich; xliii. 67.

Lenham, Thomas, petition; lii. 57.

Lennis, Robert, L.L.D., executed by Oliver Cromwell's government; xlvi. 52.

Lesley, Mrs.; lxxvi. 10.

Leslie, Doctor John; xlvi. 29; xlvii. 38, 62, 63.

-, -, -, fortified his house, &c., the rebels destroyed his property; xliii. 30.

-, -, -, seeks forfeited estates, Ireland; xliii. 30; lv. 67.

-, Robert, information as to French wines from St. Sebastian's; lxxviii. 16.

-, -, reward to; lxxviii. 16.

Lethered, one, a boatman, Herne Bay; lvii. 66.

Levermore, Mr., agent for sick and wounded seamen; xliv. 10.

Leveson, Major-General; xlvi. 76; lii. 47; lxi. 12.

-, -, petition; l. 38.

Leving, Sir Richard, solicitor-general for Ireland, prisoner in the Tower; lxviii. 28.

Levit, Sir Richard, and other Merchant Adventurers for the coast of Guinea; lxiv. 44.

Levy, Mr., the broker; lvi. 46.

Lewes, Thomas, broker, petitions, to be allowed to deal in tallies, &c.; xlv. 18.

Lewis, Edward, concerned in a robbery of the Exchequer; lxxii. 5.

-, Elizabeth, passing fraudulent Exchequer bill; lvi. 76.

-, the town of, in Pennsylvania, p. 213.

Lexington, Lord, envoy extraordinary at Vienna; xlv. 75.

-, -, embassy to Ryswick; lxx. 21.

-, -, the plate he received at the treaty of Ryswick; also when ambassador to Spain; lxxvi. 30.

Leyencrona, Mons., the King of Sweden's minister; lxxiv. 54.

Libels; lxxvi. 38.

Libraries; xlviii. 28; lxxiv. 7.

Lidd and other places, dragoons to march to, against the wool stealers; xliii. 27.

Lifford, Lord, Col.; lxi. 3; lxviii. 37.

Lighthouses, near Harwich; xliv. 36.

-, the Eddystone; lxxviii. 6.

Lillingston, Col. Luke; xlvi. 28a, 87; lx. 17; lxxiv. 4.

Limerick, articles in the surrender of; liii. 41.

-, the capitulation or surrender of; xlv. 7; xlix. 24; lxiii. 62; lxxiii. 48.

-, siege of, mention of; lvi. 49.

-, surveyor of Customs at; lxxv. 44.

Linch, Mr., an apothecary in Queen St., Westminster; lxxviii. 72.

Lincoln, fens in; lxxvii. 40.

-, James, Bishop of, tenths; lxv. 31.

Lindan, in Germany; xlv. 61.

Lindsey, the late Earl of, p. 461.

-, the widow; lx. 15.

Linegar, John, a tidesman, London; lxxiii. 60.

Linen from Denmark; xlviii. 46.

-, Germany; lii. 18.

-, of Holland manufacture, p. 481.

-, imported; lii. 18.

-, manufacture; liii. 44; lxi. 14; lxvii. 24.

-, Morlaix; liii. 26.

Liquors imported; lxxviii. 35.

Lisbon, envoy extraordinary at; lv. 1.

Lisburne, the Lord, killed in Ireland, p. 461.

Lithgo, Mr., chaplain; lxiv. 59.

Littlebury, Essex; li. 1.

Little, John, Esq., late sheriff of Essex, petition; xlvi. 25.

Littleton, Sir Thomas, bart. li. 28; lix. 5; lxii. 59.

-, -, a Lord of the Treasury; xlvi. 46b.

-, -, Treasurer of the Navy; lxii. 66; lxx. 57; lxxiii. 36, 49; lxxiv. 26.

Liveings, Thomas, gent., his house in the Savoy, petition; lxvi. 45.

Liverpool, officers of Customs at; l. 21; lvi. 3; lx. 51.

-, lxxiii. 38.

-, seizure of provisions, Customs; xliii. 18.

-, -, coin; lvi. 11.

Livingston, Mr.; lxxi. 18.

-, Mr., Robert, New York council, p. 230; lvii. 42.

Livorne; lx. 36.

Llanelly, the customer of; lxxv. 17.

Loan of a million of Dutch florins; lxxvi. 15.

Loan of a million. See Holland.

Loches, Captain David de, of Sir John Jacob's regiment, a prisoner in France; had to provide arms for his company; lxxviii. 56.

Lockarte, Martha, a servant of the Queen; lvi. 33.

Lodington, Nathaniel, expenses for the Tripoli envoy; lxxiv. 60; lxxvii. 36.

Llanesteed, near Dolgelly, parish of, Merioneth; lxxvi. 35.

Lloyd, Andrew, usher of the black rod Ireland, imprisoned; lxix. 53.

-, Edward; xliii. 69.

-, Sir Evan; lxix. 24.

-, Mr. George, “in Staverton;” xlix. 15.

-, Richard, Chief Justice of Jamaica [a curious and interesting letter containing strictures on the Governor]; lii. 28.

Loyd, Elizabeth, widow; liv. 53.

-, John, surveyor of the meltings, and clerk of the irons at the mint of Bristol; lxxv. 62.

Lofting, Mr. John; lxxi. 18.

Loftus, Viscount, of Ely, Lord Chancellor of Ireland, &c., p. 461.

Loggan, John, army clothing; lv. 59.

Logwood, duties on; lxii. 1; lxxvi. 24.

London, the Bishop of; liv. 4; lxxi. 69; lxxiii. 32c.

-, George, the King's gardener, surveys the damage of the gardens at Sayes Court; liii. 4.

-, -, master gardener, memorial; lxiii. 48; lxvii. 14.

-, brewery; xliii. 16; xlv. 82; lxii. 8; lxviii. 34; lxxiii. 3.

-, -, great corruption of; lxii. 8.

-, the King's waiters, land waiters, and surveyors of; xlvii. 76.

-, -, combine against the Kings's interest; petition, report, &c.; xlviii. 41b.

-, land surveyors of (Customs); xlvi. 17.

-, Lord mayor, sheriff, &c.; lxvi, 55; lxxiii. 50.

-, merchants, traders to New York; lxi. 53.

-, merchants of; lxix. 39; lxx. 46; lxxi. 19.

-, patent officers of the port of lxxviii. 35.

-, pawnbrokers; lxvi. 55.

-, the port of; liv. 177; lxxiii. 51.

-, -, as to the limit of the; lxxiii. 61.

-, -, the weighing porters of; lxv. 12.

-, the post; lxii. 21, 22.

-, the quaymen of, petition; xlvii. 76.

-, quays of; lxxiii. 16.

-, -, between Tower wharf and London bridge, &c.; xlviii. 41b.

-, removal of boundaries; xlviii. 41b.

-, searchers of; lii. 17; lxiv. 37.

-, the Tower of, the chief porter and major of; xliii. 6.

-, -, the governor of; lxiii. 40.

-, -, Mint; xliii. 14; xlv. 89; lxii. 65; lxiii. 58; lxiv. 25; lxvii. 25; lxxiii. 34.

-, -, -, the King's mark; lxvii. 22.

-, -, payment of the warders of; lxxiv. 8.

-, -, Solicitor-General for Ireland, a prisoner in; lxviii. 28.

-, -, works at; lxxv. 54; lxxviii. 66.

-, warlike stores exported from; lxxvi. 26.

-, [H. Bishop of]; xlvi. 37; lx. 10; lxiv. 59; lxix. 51, 58.

-, -, appoints Commissary of Virginia; liv. 4.

Londonderry, the Bishop of; lxix. 53.

-, the dean of; lxiv. 55.

-, a small library erected there by the bishop; lxxiv. 7.

-, the plantation in; lix. 68.

-, mention of; xliii. 2; xliv. 78.

-, siege of; xliii. 50; xlvii. 63; liii. 20b.; lv. 85.

Long, George, grandson of William; xliii. 45.

-, Mr. or George, Esq.; xlv. 77; xlvi. 47; l. 48.

-, Richard, of London, mariner; his voyage in search of mines in America; xlvi. 46b.

-, Capt. Richard, commander of the ship “Rupert” [prize]; li. 30; lviii. 51; lxxi. 51.

-, -, petition; lxxv. 48.

-, -, had done the nation great service; lxxv. 48.

-, Sir Robert; lxx. 33b.

-, island, alias Nassau island, America; lvii. 12; lviii. 17.

-, Lisleborn; xliii. 45.

-, William; xliii. 45.

Longford, the Earl of; xliii. 50; lxxii. 15.

-, Francis, Earl of, petition; lxii. 76.

-, -, lost 40,000l. by the rebellion; lxii. 76.

-, John, a highwayman; lvi. 75.

Longford, co., quit rents in; lxxii. 15.

-, [? on the Thames] lxv.; 6.

Long Sutton, Lincoln; lxiii. 53.

Loo (Flanders), letters dated at, &c.; xlv 35; xlvi. 91, 92; xlvii. 2, 3, 18, 24, 31, 62, 74; xlviii. 24; lv. 21, 38, 40, 83; lvi. 4, 21, 22, 23, 24; lvi. 28, 89; lvii. 3, 5, 19, 31; lxii. 41 61, 62; lxiii. 34, 43; lxx. 33a.; lxxv, 50, 51, 75; lxxvi. 11, 13, 15, 17, 18, 20, 22, 27.

Loraine, the Duchess of; lxiv. 23.

Lords, the House of, address of; liii. 44.

-, House of, Ireland; xliv. 1.

-, Justices. See Ireland and Justices.

-, Lieutenant to cause seamen, &c. to be impressed and delivered to vice-admirals; lxxii. 56.

Lorne, regiment of; lv. 78.

-, Lord; lxiii. 2.

Lott [toll of lead]; xliv. 25.

Lotteries; xlviii. 60; lxviii. 59.

-, -, tickets; xlv. 49; xlvi. 16, 28a, 33, 66, 75, 76, 81, 83; xlvii. 21, 22; xlviii. 59; li. 28, 30; lii. 41; lix. 56.

-, agents to, sent to gaol; xlvi. 4.

Lottery, the million; xlvi. 4; l. 43.

Louaine, James, a French Protestant imprisoned for smuggling; lxxvi. 53.

Lough Swain, or Swinna, Scotland; lvi. 90.

Loup, William, an officer of Poole; lxii. 18.

Louth, co., quit rents in; lxxii. 15.

Lovell, Sir Salathiel, Knt., a serjeant-at-law and recorder of London; lxxviii. 36.

-, Thomas (paper seized); xliv. 70.

Love, Elizabeth, widow, Edward, her son, a lieutenant of dragoons; xlvi. 38.

Low, Elizabeth, widow of Thomas Low of Bristol, tobacconist; li. 78; lxii. 63.

-, John, polisher of dies in the mint at Bristol; lxxv. 62.

Lowe, John, a deputy chamberlain of the Exchequer, petition; xlv. 42.

Lower, Major; xliii. 34.

-, Barbara, wife of Major William Lower; xliii. 34.

Lowin, William, keeper of the new lodge in Windsor Forest, petition; lxxv. 45.

Lowman, Henry, housekeeper and wardrobe keeper at Kensington; lxxiii. 11a.; lxxviii. 24.

-, Mr.; xlvii. 33.

Lowndes, William [Esq.], Secretary to the Treasury, mention of passim.

-, -, -, letters of; lvi. 47; lix. 58.

-, -, his house, near Westminster Abbey; lxiii. 62.

-, -, a good Englishman, and of a public spirit; lxxi. 16.

-, -, ordered to make a payment; lvi. 4.

-, -, appointment with him as to Kidd's effects; lxviii. 35.

Lowther, William, petition; xliv. 17.

-, Sir William, of Great Preston, Yorkshire; lii. 4.

-, -, John and Thomas, his sons dead; lii. 4.

-, Sir William; xlv. 53.

Low wines; lxxvii. 61; lxxviii. 17.

Loyd. See Lloyd.

Lubbock, Samuel, active at the Revolution (Excise); lxii. 68.

Lucan, Lord; xliv. 39; xlix. 24.

Lucas, Centurian, Exchequer bills; lv. 56.

-, Lord; xlvii. 3; lxiii. 34; lxxv. 26.

-, -, [Robert], Governor of the Tower of London; lv. 38; lvi. 22; lxiii. 40; lxviii. 28.

Ludlow, Mr., merchant, New York, p. 229.

Lulin, John Anthony, merchant of Geneva; xlix. 25.

Lum, Mr.; lxxviii. 71.

Lumbard, a “General Lumbard” for lending upon pawns; lxvi. 55.

Lumley, Major-General, regiment of; lx. 15.

-, the Hon. Major-General; lxxviii. 47, 48, 52.

Lund, Sasanna; lxix. 41.

Lundy, the island of hardly habitable; li. 74.

Lunenbourg, the Court of; xlv. 9.

Lunt, John; li, 48.

Lustring Company [Royal]; xlvi. 42; li. 51.

-, -, petition; xlv. 58.

-, -, lxix. 59.

Lutwych, Ed.; lxv. 14.

Lynch, Peter, late of London, merchant; lxxviii. 53.

Lyndon, Richard; xlv. 43.

-, -, a sworn clerk in the Exchequer, &c., petition; l. 31.

Lyndsell, John, mayor of Saffron Walden, failure of; lxiii. 5.

Lynn, the collector of; lxxiii. 14.

Lynn, Francis; xliii, 34.

Lyon, William; lxix. 25.

Lyons, Daniel, merchant; xliii. 13.

Lytcott, Mr.; lx. 36.



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