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La Bastide, Major, guidon of the third troop of horse guards, respits; xcvii. 100.

Lace, sale of; lxxxix. 80.

-, Henry, petition as to seizure of ships; lxxxix. 117.

Lacock Bridge, repairs at; lxxxvii. 71.

“La Fine,” ship called, for guarding the coast; lxxxvi. 25.

Lamb, John, D.D., perpetual chaplain of the dissolved hospital of Savoy; xcv. 44.

-, Thomas, interest of, in the Gatehouse; xcvii. 70.

Lambert, John, proposal to remit money; xcvi. 116.

Lambeth; lxxxiv. 57.

-, Palace of; lxxxvi. 124.

Lancashire, forfeited estates in, a provision for the Greek youths at Oxford; xcv. 11; xcvii. 27.

-, claims to estates in; ci. 100.

Lancaster, collector of customs at; xciii. 94.

-, Herald, petition for salary; lxxxix. 139.

Land revenue, H.M.; lxxx. 29, 41.

-, -, -, a messenger of; lxxx. 135.

-, -, offices relating to; lxxix. 122.

-, -, See also under some of the counties.

-, service, supplies, estimates, &c.; lxxxiii. 54; lxxxiv. 1; lxxxv. 56; xcii. 34, 61; xcvi. 109; xcvii. 2; cii. 69, 118; ciii. 39.

-, tax, the Act for a; lxxxix. 129.

-, -, arrears of; c. 67.

-, -, and subsidies, a commission for; lxxxviii. 33.

-, -, tallies of 1701; lxxxiv. 58, 76.

-, taxes, &c., receivers who had not cleared their accounts of, and proceedings against; xc. 84.

Landaff, William, bishop of, tenths of diocese; lxxx. 53.

Landen, battle of, plate lost at; lxxxiii. 80.

Landwaiter, surrender of the office to another; lxxx. 28; lxxxiv. 21.

Lane, Jane, a former name of Dame Fisher; lxxxv. 67.

-, John, a highway robber, payment for apprehension of; cii. 122.

-, Dr. Thomas, of Doctor's Commons, appointment of, as advocate for prizes, advised; xcviii. 87; ci. 43.

-, William, citizen and free cooper of London, for a noon-waiter's place; lxxxix. 30.

Langar; lxxxi. 38.

Langhane, lands called, a rent-charge on; cii. 52.

Langhorne, Mr. or Mr. Thomas, at Genoa, bills drawn by him; xcvii. 115; xcviii. 97; ci. 35.

Langton, manor of, near Horncastle, Lincolnshire; lxxix. 108.

Languard fort, Lieut.-Governor of; lxxx. 83.

Languedoc in France, persons engaged in a descent into; xcvii. 14.

Lanier, Sir John, clothing for regiment of; lxxxix. 19; xcvii. 86.

Lansdowne, John, Esq., mines in manor of Stratton-upon-the-Foss; lxxxiv. 63; lxxxv. 115.

-, -, -, for appointment as bailiff of Queen's manors; lxxxvi. 93.

Lanyan or Lanyon, Capt. Philip, workmaster-general of H.M. fortifications; xc. 13; xciii. 39.

Larkin, George, secretary of the Leeward Islands, for arrears; lxxxv. 25.

Latham, in county of Lancaster; lxxxvii. 38.

Lathum, John, Esq., collector of the revenue in Lisburn, losses of; cii. 107.

La Touche, one of the Frenchmen escaped out of prison at Southampton; lxxxiv. 93.

Latoure, Mons., lieutenant of Calais, seizure by; xciv. 73.

Latten or Latton, Mr.; lxxix. 107; lxxxix. 88.

-, John, Esq., demise of the lodge in Richmond old park to; lxxxiv. 94.

-, -, -, keeper of the harriers; lxxxii. 34.

-, -, searcher of the Customs at Plymouth; lxxix. 116.

Laughton, Edmund, under-steward of Kirton in Lindsey; lxxxiii. 31,

Launceston, postal arrangements for; lxxxvii. 134.

Laundress to H.M. person, [travelling charges]; xciii. 23.

Lauze, John, gent., tenement in lease to; cii. 82.

Laverton, Somersetshire, manor of; lxxxvi. 93.

Law charges; lxxxvi. 20.

-, courts, stationery for; lxxx. 61.

Laws, statute and common, proposal to review and separate the most excellent; lxxxiii. 116.

Lawrence, Mr. Andrew, Surveyor General of H.M. roads under Charles II.; lxxxii. 60; lxxxviii. 82.

-, Mr. Richard, medicines supplied; xci. 127.

-, William, duties on marriages, &c.; lxxxviii. 11.

Lawson, Dame Elizabeth, sole executrix of Sir Wilfrid; xciii. 109; xciv. 57.

-, Geo., &c.; lxxxvi. 140.

-, Sir Wilfrid, of Iselt Hall, in county of Cumberland, Bart., bequest in satisfaction of taxes which ought to have been paid; xciii. 109; xciv. 57.

Lawton, Mr., estate in Cheshire seized for debt; lxxxiii. 34.

-, John, Esq., a security of the Receiver General of Staffordshire; xcvi. 88.

Lead, company for smelting, with sea coal and pit coal, quantity of silver extracted by, &c.; xcvii. 5.

-, mines in Yorkshire, lease of; xciv. 103.

Leahard, in county of Kerry, lands in; xcvi. 120.

Leagues and treaties, old, allowance to Thomas Rymer; lxxxiv. 140.

Leake, Sir Andrew, prize taken by; lxxxix. 114.

-, Sir John; ciii. 98.

Leaman, Aldred, steward of the manor and borough of Milverton; lxxxi. 19.

Lechire, Capt.; xcii. 35.

Lechmore, Mr., report and survey as to Chatham dockyard; xcvii. 85 (p. 420).

Le Clerk or Leclerc, Mr. or Gabriel, graver of the Mint, qualifications, &c.; xci. 143; xcviii. 108.

Lee, Joseph, late master's mate of H.M.S. War Spright, Sarah, the widow of, petition; xcvi. 67.

Leeds, woollen manufacture at; lxxxiv. 15.

-, Duke of, on behalf of his brother, “Osborne;” lxxxi. 60.

-, -, grant relative to the site of Nethercomb, &c.; xcvii. 64.

-, -, recommendations by; xcviii. 62, 65.

Leeward Islands; lxxxv. 25; lxxxix. 63, 79; xcv. 1.

-, -, chapel in the, communion plate, &c. for; lxxxix. 126.

-, -, deputy commissary of musters in, appointment of; xci. 110.

-, -, governors of; lxxxv. 62; xciii. 66; xciv. 27; xcv. 116; ci. 73.

-, -, lieutenant-governors of, allowance to; xcv. 104.

-, -, invaded by the French; ci. 73.

-, -, master gunners of, yearly pay; xciii. 66.

-, -, regiments in; lxxxv. 95; ciii. 81.

-, -, See also Caribbee.

Leicester; lxxxii. 39.

-, breakdown of H.M. coach when going to; xciii. 94.

-, co. of, receiver general of the land revenue in; lxxxiv. 123.

-, gentlemen of, seeking the removal of a surveyor of duties on houses to London; xci. 59.

-, overstocked with halfpence, &c. at; lxxxvi. 102.

-, late sheriff of; lxxxvi. 67.

-, Earl of, petition; xci. 34.

-, fields, dated; lxxxvi. 132.

Leipsig; cii. 147; ciii. 83.

Leith; ci. 66, 97; cii. 1.

-, assault on an excise officer at, as to; cii. 80, 84.

Legg, Col. William, Irish pension held by; xcviii. 78.

Leghorn; lxxxvii. 142 (p. 209); xcii. 3.

-, agent for prizes at; lxxxv. 144; xcv. 94.

-, merchants at, to be requested to furnish money; xcv. 72.

-, tin sent to; xciii. 126.

-, See also Livorno.

“Legions address to the Lords,” a libel called, the printer, &c.; xci. 49; xcii. 49.

Le Neve, Mr. Peter, one of the deputy chamberlains; cii. 45.

-, -, and others, warrant to inspect the records in Cæsar's chapel; xc. 64.

Leonard, Lady Barbara, daughter of Earl of Sussex; lxxxv. 4.

“Leonora,” the, recaptured from the French by the master, three mariners, and a boy; lxxxvii. 133, 145.

Lerida; xcvi. 28, 51.

Lesbire, John, an inhabitant of Jersey, fines, &c. imposed there; lxxxix. 99.

Lesitreraine, Count de, envoy from the Elector Palatine, present from her Majesty to; xciii. 97.

Leslie, Robert, the St. Sebastian fraud; lxxxiii. 69.

Levant Company; lxxxiv. 142.

Levens, Brian, Esq,, Exchequer bills for; lxxx. 23.

Leveson, Sir Richard, Knt. of the Bath, manor sold by; xcvii. 85.

Levett, Ri., pretended quit rent extorted from; xcii. 66.

Levinge, Richard; xcii. 58, 72.

Levingston, Mr., heard on behalf of the Scotch merchants; cii. 99.

Levy money; lxxxvi. 149; lxxxvii. 26; lxxxix. 96; xcii. 67; xciv. 6; xcvi. 103; xcvii. 12; civ. 44.

-, -, usual allowance for; xcvi. 77.

Lewes; xcvii. 16.

Lewis, island of, collection of the excise in; cii. 71.

Library, the public; xcviii. 51.

-, -, in Ireland, the first, building, cost, &c.; lxxxvi. 107.

Lidd, in Kent; xc. 72.

Lidford castle, state of; lxxxix. 98.

Liege; lxxxvii. 2; xcix. 97.

Lighthouses. See Ireland, lighthouses.

Ligondes, Chevalier de, prisoner at Lichfield; xciv. 126.

Lillingston, Mr., late one of the council of Barbadoes, fined for sedition; xcv. 98.

-, Col.; ciii. 68.

-, -, regiment of; xcviii. 20; ciii. 20, 81.

-, Col. Luke, pension; xcix. 40.

Lilly, Stephen, receiver of the General Post Office; lxxxvi. 35.

Lime Street ward, in city of London, taxation of prize goods in; lxxxix. 55.

Limerick; lxxxi. 81.

-, siege, &c.; lxxxiii. 87; xcvi. 80; xcviii. 6; c. 23.

-, waste ground at, claimed by Lord Blessington; lxxxi. 1.

-, Thomas, Earl of, case, petition; xc. 10.

-, William, late Earl of, attainder of; xc. 10.

-, the Earl of, estate, &c.; xcvii. 108.

Limners, tenement for use of the; lxxxiv. 22.

Lincoln, co. of, receiver of the land revenue in; lxxxii. 39; lxxxiv. 123.

-, -, some derelict lands in, title, plan, &c.; xciv. 81; xcvii. 79.

Lincoln's Inn; ciii. 9.

-, -, commissioners and assessors for; lxxxvi. 142.

Lindsay, David, charge of the trial of; xc. 87.

Linen, foreign, duties on; cii. 133; ciii. 57.

-, in Ireland, payment for the erection of looms for weaving; xc. 73.

-, bill, Ireland, offensive expressions in; xciii. 113.

-, manufacture in Ireland; lxxxiii. 104; lxxxvii. 39; xcvii. 51; xcviii. 101; xcix. 85.

-, -, trustees of the, &c.; ci. 18, 72; cii. 55, 83.

-, -, -, warrant constituting; xc. 28; cii. 18, 29.

Lingsted, parish of; lxxx. 8.

Lipscombe, John, deceased, late employed in New Forest; xcii. 16.

Lisbon; lxxxii. 87; lxxxvii. 23; xc. 5, 96; xci. 68; xcii. 4; xciii. 107; xcv. 49, 60, 103; xcvi. 22; xcix. 103; c. 21; ci. 12; cii. 47, 117; ciii. 34, 92; civ. 32.

-, late agent to the commissioners of transport at; xcvi. 94.

-, agent for prizes at; lxxxv. 144; lxxxvii. 137; lxxxix. 114; xc. 96; xciv. 28; xcv. 31; xcviii. 66.

-, H.M. ambassador extraordinary at, presents sent by, to Morocco; xcvii. 7.

-, the commissary at, orders as to musters; xciii. 81.

-, exchange for, low price put on the; ciii. 92.

-, general officers at; xciv. 49.

-, men transported to, charge of victualling; xci. 44.

-, packet boats to; lxxxv. 148; lxxxvii. 19; lxxxix. 11, 94; xcvii. 105; xcix. 29.

-, tin carried by H.M. ships to; ci. 50.

-, the [victualling] agent at, money taken up by; xcvi. 59.

-, and other ports of Spain, an advice boat; c. 14.

Lisburn, in Ulster; ci. 18.

-, collector of the revenue in; cii. 107.

-, colony at, grant reserved for the; cii. 29.

-, the member for; lxxxvii. 77.

-, town of, burnt; cii. 55, 83.

-, Lord, and Baron of Feathers; lxxxi. 80.

Liskeard, in Conrwall, manor of; lxxx. 112.

Lister, Alice, widow of Lieut. Thomas, petition; c. 21.

Lichfield; xciii. 56; xciv. 126.

-, Earl and Countess of, lieutenancy of Woodstock park granted in trust for; xciii. 37.

-, H.M. ship, commander of; lxxxvi. 80; xci. 137.

Little Harruden (Northampton); xcv. 6.

Littlehales, John, a prisoner in Newgate, for remission of fines; xciv. 56.

-, Richard, one of the footmen to Queen Mary; lxxxiii. 86; lxxxv. 93.

Littleton, Edward, Esq., petition; xcvii. 80.

-, Capt. James, his share of a prize; xci. 61.

-, Major Walter, his executors, and debt of Lord Griffin to; xcvii. 80.

-, Sir Charles; lxxxvi. 4.

-, Sir Thomas, Bart., Treasurer of the Navy; lxxxiii. 123; lxxxiv. 58; xcii. 116; xciv. 127; xcv. 77, 124; xcvi. 59, 118; c. 102; ci. 39; ciii. 87, 108; civ. 6.

Livesay, Col., or Col. John, regiment of lxxxviii. 16; xci. 6; xcviii. 15.

Livery servants, her late Majesty's, unprovided for, arrears, &c.; xciii. 12.

Liverpool, or port of; lxxxiii. 69; lxxxiv. 107; xcii. 92; xciii. 78.

-, collectors of; xcvi. 68; xcvii. 69; xcviii. 60.

-, controller at; xcvii. 69.

-, frauds committed in; xcvii. 69.

-, officers of; xciii. 78.

-, late surveyor of customs for; lxxxiv. 107; xcvii. 69.

-, victualling agent at; lxxxix. 66.

-, castle, old buildings formerly called the, petition for demolition of; ci. 41.

Livingston, Robert, Esq., secretary for Indian affairs at New York, suspended; xc. 113; xci. 37, 62, 91; xciii. 10; xcvi. 19; xcvii. 45.

-, -, -, and town clerk, account of affairs on his arrival there; cii. 39.

Livorno; xcvi. 51; ci. 29.

-, agent for prizes at; xcix. 94.

-, consul at; cii. 118.

Lloyd, Brigadier, of the dragoons, served on expedition to Cadiz; lxxxv. 58.

-, Capt., petition; xcv. 70.

-, Dr., appointed one of H.M. advocates; ci. 43.

-, Ann, daughter of William Pendrill, pension, &c.; lxxxvi. 68, 74; lxxxvii. 29; xcix. 21.

-, Ed., salary of judges; lxxix. 59.

-, Capt. Thomas; xciii. 116.

-, William, son of William Pendrill; lxxxvi. 74; lxxxvii. 29.

-, -, Brigadier or Col., regiment of dragoons commanded by; lxxix. 51; lxxxv. 29; lxxxvi. 16, 98.

Lluellyn, Mr., late commissary general in Portugal, charges; xcvii. 15.

-, Martin, horses delivered to regiments; xcv. 60.

Loches, Capt. David, of Lord Barrymore's regiment, memorial; lxxxv. 19.

Lockhart, Capt. Walter, of Kirktown, intendant of the invalids in N. Britain, memorial; civ. 37.

Loddington, Nathaniel, consul at Tripoli in 1686; lxxxv. 125.

Lodington, Benjamin, Esq., H.M. consul at the same place; lxxxvi. 19, 100.

Lodowick, Charles, of London, merchant, money supplied to the forces; lxxxviii. 55.

Lofthouse, grant to; lxxix. 108.

Loftus, Henry, Esq., lighthouse formerly kept by; xci. 71 (p. 284).

Loggan, Robert; xciv. 98.

Loghneagh to Newry, in the north of Ireland, a canal from; xciii. 101.

Logwood, otherwise Blockwood, duties on; lxxxvi. 105; lxxxvii. 17; xcvi. 68.

London; lxxx. 66; lxxxii. 6, 28, 32, 55; lxxxiii. 86; lxxxiv. 14, 68, 113; lxxxv. 46, 61, 68, 119; lxxxvi. 86, 91; lxxxviii. 55, 60, 74; lxxxix. 30, 143; xc. 22, 55; xci. 52, 59; xcii. 10, 37, 96; xciii. 127; xciv. 81; xcv. 107; xcvi. 4, 34, 68, 186; xcvii. 68, 76, 82, 109; xcviii. 118; xcix. 6, 124; c. 9, 35; ci. 23, 83, 91; cii. 13, 99; ciii. 45, 59, 68, 84, 94, 99; civ. 17, 40.

-, bishop of, or H., bishop of; lxxx. 94, 117; lxxxiii. 26, 28; xcvii. 111; xcix. 98.

-, -, circumstances of the Archbishop of Armagh; lxxxvi. 107.

-, -, advance to the chaplain at Algiers; xcviii. 61.

-, late chamberlain of; ci. 59.

-, city of, company of pewterers in the, petition; lxxxvi. 66.

-, -, exceptions out of the grant to; xcvii. 21.

-, -, excise officers of, assessment and list of; xciv. 124.

-, -, the oath of every freeman of; xciii. 65.

-, -, receiver of the land revenues for; xcix. 9.

-, -, taxes in; lxxxvii. 15.

-, distillery, memorial; xciii. 73.

-, fire of, mention of; lxxxvi., 17.

-, fishmongers of, cargo of prize fish; lxxxiv. 74.

-, French Protestant churches in; xcv. 36.

-, houses in, sixth year's duty on, 1703, account of; lxxxv. 161.

-, logwood customs in; lxxxvi. 105.

-, Lord Mayor of, at King Charles's restoration; xcix. 37.

-, Lord Mayors of, servant to the, for 25 years; xcix. 20.

-, merchants of, petition as to payment of debentures; lxxix. 82.

-, -, complaints against Customs officers; xciii. 49.

-, -, merchant freemen compared with the unfree; xciii. 65.

-, -, memorial as to Irish linen manufacture; xcix. 85.

-, -, bought up East India goods for exportation; xcii. 1.

-, -, owners of certain ships, demurrage, &c.; ciii. 85.

-, outports and port of; lxxxiv. 102, 108.

-, port of; lxxxvi. 21; lxxxviii. 47; xcvi. 70; xcix. 37; c. 19.

-, -, agent for prizes in; lxxxvii. 137.

-, -, agents, &c., for the rights of the Admiralty at; xcix. 88.

-, -, book-keeper for entries of ships coming into; lxxxi. 16.

-, -, coal duty; lxxix. 88.

-, -, collector of Customs, &c. in; lxxxvi. 22; xc. 92.

-, -, inferior prize officers in, taxes; xciii. 16.

-, -, land surveyors in, salary and duties; lxxxviii. 47.

-, -, landwaiters of, taxes; lxxxv. 18.

-, -, -, deputies of; xc, 52.

-, -, landwaiter and land surveyor in the; xcvi. 72; xcviii. 13.

-, -, patent searchers of the; xcix. 6; c. 34.

-, -, prizage of wine in the, lease of; c. 18.

-, -, prizes sell higher in; lxxxv. 96.

-, -, Queen's waiter in the; xcix. 24.

-, -, a weighing porter of; lxxxvi. 89.

-, recorder of; xci. 138.

-, -, searchers of, fraud; lxxxii. 85.

-, sheriffs of, payment for capture of a highway robber; cii. 122.

-, under sheriff of, process against Lord Ranelagh; xc. 49.

-, wine merchants, the, their grievances, &c.; xcvii. 48.

-, and New York, packet service between; xc. 109.

London, Mr., complaints against; lxxxvi. 40.

-, George; cii. 93.

Londonderry, governor and garrison of, petition; lxxxiv. 122.

-, late governor of; xciii. 102, 134.

-, mayor, &c., certificate as to services in defence of; xcix. 83.

-, siege, &c. of; lxxxiii. 95; lxxxv 74.

Londoner's Fenn, tenement and lands, parcel of the; xciv. 117.

Long, George, Esq., mines in manor of Stratton-upon-the-Foss; lxxxiv. 63.

-, Sir Robert, knt. and bart.; lxxix. 118.

-, Island, colony of; ci. 32.

Longford, Earl of, Irish pension fallen in by death of; xcviii. 78.

Loo [in Flanders], provisions there; lxxix. 25.

Lord Chamberlain. See Chamberlain.

-, Keeper; lxxx. 84; lxxxvii. 21.

-, -, living granted by; xcvii. 71.

Lords, Committee on the method of keeping records; lxxxix. 147; xcii. 32.

-, House of; lxxv. 28; xc. 36; xcii. 32; xcvii. 93; xcviii. 51; ci. 74,

-, -, clerk's assistant in, rewards to; xciv. 40.

-, -, committee of, papers of; lxxxiv. 104.

-, -, gallery in, cost of a; xcii. 46.

-, -, Ireland, as to; lxxxvii. 78.

-, -, -, gratuity for their officers; xci. 81.; cii. 103; ciii. 44.

Lords and Commons, Houses of, Ireland, charge of, increased by certain addresses; xcv. 75.

Lostwithiell, in Cornwall; lxxx. 87.

Lotteries, farmers of the, objections to an account of; lxxxiv. 156.

-, a pension out of the; lxxxvi. 131.

Lottery offices, necessaries for; lxxxv. 151; lxxxvi. 29.

-, pensioners, list of; lxxxviii. 70.

-, tickets, revenue from, questions and replies as to; xcv. 59.

Loudoun, Earl of; cii. 59.

Louis XIV. of France, a colonel under; ciii. 15.

Louvain, and the Irish College there; lxxxvii. 142 (p. 208).

Lovell, S. or Sir Salathiel, Knt., grant of a forfeited estate; lxxxiii. 67; lxxxviii. 89; xci. 73.

-, -, recorder of London; xci. 138.

Low Countries, forces in the, acting with the allies; lxxxiii. 48; lxxxvii. 74, 131; xciv. 34, 131; c. 107, 108, 109; civ. 44.

-, -, general officers, &c., establishments; c. 58, 84.

-, -, -, memorial; xcv. 125.

-, paymaster's deputy in; lxxxvii. 46.

Lowen, William, works in Windsor Forest; xcv. 122.

Lower Countys, America, receiver's account; lxxxv. 22.

Lowman, Henry, house and wardrobe keeper of Kensington, lxxxiv. 137.

Lowndes, Mr. Secretary, or William, Esq.; passim.

-, -, and others, records in Cæsar's Chapel, xc. 64; xci. 117.

Lowson, Mr., of Stockton, arrears owing to; lxxxix. 26.

Lowton, Richard, alias Country Dick, highway robber; lxxx. 71.

Loyd, Griffith, Esq., repairs at the Bishop of St. David's Palace; lxxx. 123.

-, Capt. Thomas, captain of reduced invalids at Tinmouth, lxxxvi. 99.

Lucan, Lord, estate seized by; lxxxvi. 131.

Lucas, a surveyor of the duties on houses, receipts of; ciii. 103.

-, Charles, closet keeper, petition as to riding charges; xciv. 61.

-, Lord, regiment commanded by; lxxxv. 27; xcii. 77; xcvii. 118.

Lucy, Mr. or Robert, Esq., receiver of the temporalities of the bishopric of St. David's; lxxx. 123; lxxxi. 75; lxxxii. 43; lxxxviii. 41; xc. 4; xcvii. 50; c. 7, 26.

-, -, -, his discharge; ci. 31.

Ludlow, dated; lxxxvi. 2; lxxxvii. 67; xciii. 18.

Lullin, proposal to remit money; xcvi. 116.

Lumley, Major-General, horses lost in Holland; lxxxiii. 7; lxxxiv. 11.

-, Lieut.-General; xcvii. 86; c. 99.

Lundie, Adjutant-General, general officer under King of Portugal, pay of; xcvii. 113.

-, Robert or Col., for assistance to go to Portugal; xc. 80; xci. 88.

Lunebourg, troops of, memorial; xcvii. 54.

Lunsford, Dame Margaret, widow, relict of Sir Herbert Lunsford, Knight Banneret, deceased, late Governor of Jersey, arrears of pension; lxxx. 115.

Luttrell, Major-General Henry; lxxxiii. 87.

Lydd, or port of, lxxxiv. 5; xcvii. 91.

Lyell, Col., regiment of; xcviii. 20.

Lyme, H.M. ship, petition of the wives of the seamen of, for prize money; lxxxviii. 36.

Lynch, Peter, merchant, proposal to compound for debt; lxxxv. 26.

-, Simon, salt duties; xci. 31.

Lyndale or Lyndall, Capt. William, commander of an additional company of Col. Handasyd's regiment; xciii, 125; ci. 28.

Lynn, surety for a collector at; xciii. 34.

-, Regis in co. of Norfolk; xciv. 81.

Lyston, manor of, in the co. of Essex, how held of the Crown; xciv. 60.



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