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'Index of persons and Places: L', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 12: 1697 (1933), pp. 394-399. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=82822 Date accessed: 03 September 2014.


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Lacka, Lackagh, Queen's County, 330.

Lackagh, co. Roscommon, 134.

Lagere, —, and Madame Lagere, royal bounty for, 122.

Lally, James, forfeited lands, 116.

Lagganhall. See Leggenhall.

Laggarrah, Upper Ossory barony, Queen's County, 328.

Lamb, Patrick, issues to for hospitals, 2, 8, 14, 153, 154, 156, 250, 253.

-, William, recommended as Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 15, 157.

Lambard, William, trustee for the children of A. Painter, 239.

Lambert, —, attending the Treasury, 7, 37.

-, Francis, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Essex, 302.

-, William, petition of, 43.

Lancaster, county of, 16, 118; Receivers General and Surveyors of Assessments and Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 77, 145, 167, 228, 302; riding surveyor of, 342.

-, duchy of, lands belonging to, 108, 126; Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 167.

Lancaster, Elisha, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Chester, 168, 228.

Lander, John, tanner, application for place in the Leather Duty, 136.

Landguard Fort, co. Suffolk, 27, 177.

Lane, Edward, major, surveyor of the Navigation Act, 155.

-, Sir Thomas, et al., proprietors of East and West Jersey, 308.

- See also Leane.

Langley, Sir Roger, a Commissioner for Prizes, 9, 10.

Lansdowne, John, coal works in Strattonsuper-Fosse, 42, 56, 66.

Lany, Edward, chaplain at Kensington, pension for, 121, 129.

La Payrston. See Payrston.

Lapsley, Thomas, tenant, 330.

Laragh and Ross, co. Roscommon, 324.

Larkin (Lorkan), James, money advanced to Col. T. Dungan, 160, 221.

Larue. See Rue.

Lascells, Rebecca, widow and executrix of Richard, 115.

-, Richard, of London, goldsmith, 115.

Latham, Thomas, houses in Dublin, 117.

Laton, Lady Ann, royal bounty for, 67, 275, 279.

Launce, Jone, royal bounty for, 291.

Launditch, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 145.

Laverton, co. Somerset, manor of, 138.

Lavie, John, of London, merchant, 307.

-, -, Mary, wife of, 307.

Lawrence, Andrew, Surveyor of the Ways, 255, 256, 260.

Lawson, Ann. See St. George, Lady Ann.

-, George, sergeant-at-arms, 242.

-, Sir John, 297.

Lay, George Lee, convicted for robbery, 164.

Layfield, John, of Surrey, a place in the Malt Duty, 136.

Lazaro, —, counterfeit Exchequer Bills, 80–1.

Lea. See Lee.

Leach, George, tidesman, Workington, 308.

Leagh, Upper Ossory barony, Queen's County, 330.

Leane, Henry, lease of premises in Trelowia, 265.

-, -, Susan, daughter of, 265.

-, -, Walter, son of, 265.

Leask, And[rew], petition of, 42.

Leatherhead, John, goods seized by, 261.

Leballymore. See Levallymore.

Le Bass. See Bass.

Lee (Lea), Bartholomew, Customs place in the Isle of Man, 343.

-, John, sheriff, co. Bucks, 164.

-, -, royal bounty for, 291.

-, Mris. Mary, pension for, 121.

-, Patrick, forfeited estate of, 336.

-, Robert, chief boatman at Guernsey, appointed Register of Certificates, 39, 206.

-, Samuel, proclamation reward, 240.

Leech, Mary, royal bounty for, 291.

Leese, George, money due to out of forfeited estate, 327.

Leeson, Robert, convicted for sedition, 107.

Leeward Islands, Commissioners of, 211, 312; defence of, 202; Governor of. See Codrington, C.

Legganhall, Lagganhall, co. Meath, 323.

Legge, George, Lord Dartmouth, admiral, 110; Master of the Horse, 110.

Leghorn, Italy, 173, 215, 265.

Leguff. See Sliguff.

Leicester, county of, 107, 173, 258, 306; Receivers General and Surveyors of Assessments and Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 145, 167, 228, 302, 338.

Leicester, Countess of. See Dudley, Lettice.

-, Earl of. See Dudley, R.

Leicester, Joan, daughter of John, 113.

-, John, lands in King's County, 113.

-, -, Margaret, widow of, 113.

-, -, Mary, daughter of, 113.

-, Thomas, forfeited lands of, 113–4.

Leigh, [Edward], colonel, regiment of, 27, 177, 181.

-, Jonathan, payment for medicines for the Army, 99.

-, Thomas, quartermaster in Col. Windsor's regiment, 140.

Leinster, Duke of. See Schomberg, M.

Leitrim, co. Galway, barony of, 134.

Lelumady, Kiltartan barony, co. Galway, 117.

Le Neve, Peter, deputy chamberlain of the Receipt, 191, 221, 238.

Lenix, Maryborough barony, Queen's County, 333.

Lennen, Elizabeth, royal bounty for, 129.

Lennox, Charles, 6th Duke of Richmond, coal dues granted to, 315.

Lenthall, Dame Elizabeth, royal bounty for, 291.

Leserteur, —, cook to the late Queen, 110.

Leslie (Lesley, Leslye), John, Doctor of Divinity, grant of forfeited lands, Ireland, 116, 117, 138, 285, 305, 334.

-, Mris. Katherine, royal bounty for, 129.

Lessballyteig, Upper Ossory barony, Queen's County, 329.

Letter Rownegapage, Loughrea barony, co. Galway, 117.

Letterkenny, co. Donegal, 37.

Levally, Levalty alias Loghvalty, Queen's County, 328.

Levallymore, Leballymore, co. Armagh, 320.

Levalty. See Levally.

Levellis, Francis, tenant, 329.

Leveson, Richard, major general, 256, 277.

Levett, Sir Richard, a subscriber for Exchequer Bills, 143.

Levi, Benjamin, broker, 18, 164, 264.

Levinge, Sir Richard, late Solicitor General, Ireland, 124.

Levingston, Robert, of New York, 221.

Lewes, co. Sussex, 13, 157.

Lewin, Tho., pension for, 121.

Lewis (Lewes), Thomas, broker, 52, 208, 264.

Lexinton, Lord. See Sutton, R.

Leyny, Qeney, co. Sligo, barony of, 134, 334.

Leyoncron, —, memorial of, 12.

Lichfield, co. Stafford, Receiver General and Surveyors of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses. 167, 228, 302.

Lichfield and Coventry, diocese of. See Coventry.

Lillingston, Luke, colonel, regiment of, 198, 277, 348.

Lilly, Stephen, Receiver General of the Post Office, 189, 301, 349, 351.

Limerick, county of, 320, 324.

Limerick, co. Limerick, 122, 159; Articles of, 98, 111, 130, 326; surrender of, 219, 345.

Lincoln, county of, 2, 153; Auditor of. See Aldworth, W.; Morris, H.; Receivers General and Surveyors of Assessments and Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 145, 167, 168, 227.

Lincoln, co. Lincoln, 145, 167, 168.

Lincoln, diocese of, First Fruits and Tenths of, 27, 128, 178, 339.

Lindau, Germany, 33, 193.

Linegar, Jno., houses in Dublin, 317.

Lisburne, co. Antrim, 161.

Liscam. See Liscor.

Liscartan, Lissartan, co. Meath, 322.

Liscor [? Liscam], co. Roscommon, 114.

Lisdardale, Roscommon barony, co. Roscommon, 335.

Lisheeneightra, Carbery barony, co. Cork, 335.

Lishmore. See Lismore.

Lishugh. See Lussogh.

Liskeard, co. Cornwall, 78, 337.

Lisle, —, widow, tenant, 87.

-, Sieur de, pension of, 202.

Lislena, Clanmorris barony, co. Mayo, 114.

Lismaltabegg, Ballymoe barony, co. Galway, 116.

Lismore, Lishmore, Queen's County, 329.

Lisnabrague, Lisnebregg, co. Down, 317.

Lisnaree, Lisnessery alias Lisneregy, co. Down, 317.

Lisnebregg. See Lisnabrague.

Lisneregy. See Lisnaree.

Lisnessery. See Lisnaree.

Lissaclarig. See Lisseclery.

Lissafowca. See Lissaphuca.

Lissandrum, Barretts barony, co. Cork, 134.

Lissaniska. See Lissnanisky.

Lissaphooca, Lissapooka, co. Cork, 335.

Lissaphuca, Lissafowca, co. Roscommon, 335.

Lissapooka. See Lissaphooca.

Lissartan. See Liscartan.

Lisscoallagh, Ballymoe barony, co. Galway, 116.

Lisseclery [? Lissaclarig], co. Cork, 335.

Lissluna, Kiltartan barony, co. Galway, 117.

Lissnanisky [? Lissaniska], co. Waterford, 321.

Lissnemanstra. See Newtown.

Listoherick, Carbery barony, co. Cork, 336.

Listrine, Upper Ossory barony, Queen's County, 330.

Listry, co. Kerry, 117.

Littlerath, co. Kildare, 131.

Littleton, Sir Thomas, a Lord of the Treasury, 1–84 passim, 299; appointment as, 149; loan by, 177; salary of, 230, 352.

Litton. See Lytton.

Liverpool, co. Lancaster, 206, 298, 342.

Llandaff, diocese of, revenue of First Fruits and Tenths, 339.

Lloyd (Floyde), Edward, tenement in Upton, 274.

-, Godfrey, colonel, regiment of, 293.

-, John, payment for burial of, 31, 34.

-, -, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, cos. Anglesey, Carnarvon and Merioneth, 167, 227.

-, Thomas, Paymaster of the Works, 23, 251, 276, 287, 308; loans by, 210.

Lock, John, a Commissioner for Appeals in Excise, 69; a Commissioner of Trade and Plantations, 196, 241.

Lockhart, Sir William, Ambassador to Holland, 111.

Loddon, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 145.

Lodowick, a Benedictine monk, pension for, 263.

Loftus, Lady, tenant, 334.

-, Adam, forfeited estate of, 102.

-, Seth, estate of A. Mangey, 294.

Loghkill, Orior barony, co. Armagh, 320.

Loghnegowne, Upper Ossory barony, Queen's County, 330.

Loghtown, Corkaguiny barony, co. Kerry, 117.

Loghvalty. See Levally.

London, 89, 105, 280, 294, 298, 312.
-, aldermen, court of, 57, 246.
-, Auditor of. See Aldworth, W.
-, Chamber of, 161.
-, Chamberlain of, 48, 50, 55, 72, 79.
-, Commissioners, Receivers General and Surveyors of Assessments and Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 13, 19, 77, 144, 157, 165, 167, 168, 169, 170, 221, 228, 303.
-, Excise, accounts, 265; money forwarded to, 279.
-, goldsmiths of, 115, 152.
-, haberdashers, petition of, 264.
-, lawsuit concerning non-residency, 212.
-, Leather Duty, collectors of, 136, 137.
-, Lord Mayor of, 57, 246. See also Clark, Sir E.
-, merchants of, 65, 87, 105, 109, 146, 151, 155, 161, 178, 190, 205, 215, 240, 268, 307, 312, 314.
-, non-jurors in, prosecution of, 45.
-, port, 89, 226.
-, Customs, landwaiters, waiters, etc., establishment of, 39, 204, 339.
-, officers, 98, 130, 149, 153, 195, 214, 252, 278, 290, 308.
-, Outwards, deputy collector of. See Tyrrell, N.
-, salaries, 226.
-, seizures in, 94.
-, Seamen, Register Office of, 63, 270.
-, Tobacco Duties, Receiver of. See Wicks, M.
-, Recorder of. See Lovell, Sir S.
-, Remembrancer of. See Sanford, J.
-, Sheriffs of, 15. See also Buckingham, Sir O.; Wills, Sir E.

-, diocese of, Bishop of, 258; revenue of First Fruits and Tenths in, 339.

London, George, the King's gardener, 70, 287, 294.

London and Westminster, Streets and Places in —
-, Barkshire House. See Cleveland House.
-, Batson's coffee house, 81, 84.
-, "Bell Inn," West Smithfield, 2.
-, Bilsons Close, in St. Anne's-inthe-Fields, 119.
-, Bishopsgate, 21.
-, Bread Street, 74.
-, Brick Court, Middle Temple, 99.
-, Bunches Close, in St. James's bailiwick, 105.
-, Bunhill Fields, 2.
-, Christ's Hospital, issues for, 18, 163, 165.
-, Cleveland House alias Barkshire House, 92.
-, Cockpit, 173.
-, Cockpit Court, 105.
-, Cookes Croft, in St. Anne's-in-theFields, 119.
-, Cornhill, 239.
-, Dean Street, 105, 119.
-, Dean's Court, 105.
-, "Dolphin," New Fish Street Hill, 2.
-, Dover Street, 292.
-, Downing Street, 104.
-, Duchy Court, 179, 191, 197.
-, Duke Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, 91.
-, Duke Street, St. James's Park, 119.
-, Dutch Church, pension for, 121.
-, Dyer's Wharf, 269.
-, Execution Dock, 29.
-, Fleet, the, 265.
-, French church, pension for, 121.
-, Graves's coffee house, 80.
-, Gray's Inn, 186.
-, Guildhall, 7, 143.
-, Hamlett's coffee house, 80.
-, Hatton Garden, new chapel, 141.
-, Haymarket, 337.
-, Holborn Bridge, 82.
-, Horse Guards, 288.
-, Hyde (High) Park, Guard house, etc., in, 23, 174, 251; Keeper of, 242; repairs in, 199, 243, 252, 342.
-, "India Gown," Ludgate Hill, 83, Inner Temple, 51, 167.
-, Inns of Chancery, 167, 302.
-, Inns of Court, 167, 302.
-, Kemp's Field, in St. James's bailiwick, 105.
-, King Street, 173.
-, Lincoln's Inn, 337.
-, Lincoln's Inn Fields, 90, 91.
-, Ludgate Hill, 83.
-, Middle Temple, 99, 167.
-, New Fish Street Hill, 2.
-, Newgate prison, 219, 241.
-, Norfolk coffee house, 91.
-, Old Bailey, 107, 219.
-, Old Soho, alias Warder Street, 119.
-, Pall Mall, 287, 294; keeper of.
-, See Berkeley, J., Viscount Fitzhardinge.
-, Park Place, 92.
-, Prince of Orange's coffee house, 337.
-, Privy Garden. See Whitehall.
-, Royal Exchange, 80–1, 164, 239.
-, St. Anne Court, 119.
-, St. Anne's-in-the-Fields, 119.
-, St. Anne's Parish, 105.
-, St. James's Gardens, 188.
-, St. James's Palace, housekeeper of. See Granville, J., Earl of Bath.
-, St. James's Parish, 92; bailiwick, 105, 146.
-, St. James's Park, 22, 119, 149, 172, 249, 250, 294; encroachments in, 21; Guard house, etc., in, 23, 174, 251; keeper of. See Granville, J., Earl of Bath; repairs in, 41, 342.
-, St. James's Square, 85.
-, St. James's Street, 87, 88.
-, St. Margaret's, Westminster, 15; Dean and Chapter of, payment to for the French Ministers in the Savoy, 292.
-, St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, churchwardens of, payments to for poor of, 242, 266.
-, St. Martin's le Grand, liberty of, 167, 168.
-, Savoy, French ministers in the, 292.
-, Serjeants' Inn, 167.
-, Smithfield, 57.
-, Snow Hill, 82.
-, Soho, 105.
-, Spitalfields, weavers of, 265.
-, Spring Gardens, 267.
-, Star Chamber, 30, 141.
-, Strand, 167.
-, Tower. See Tower.
-, Warder [Wardour] Street. See Old Soho.
-, West Smithfield, 2.
-, Westminster Hall, 47, 210; for Westminster generally, see Westminster.
-, White Cross Street, 2.
-, Whitehall. See Whitehall.
-, Winchester Street, 77.
-, Windmill Fields, in St. James's bailiwick, 146.

Londonderry, Derry, Ireland, 3, 37, 50, 68, 115; collector of, 112–3; siege of, 216, 235.

Londonderry, Earl of. See Ridgeway, R.; Ridgeway, W.

Lone [Sloane], Hans, Dr., lost money order, 211.

Lonep, Mris., pension for, 121.

Long, [George], coal works in Stratton super Fosse, 56, 66.

-, Richard, discovery of gold in America, 48, 49, 50, 216, 242.

Longford, Earl of. See Aungier, F.

Longhadine. See Loughadian.

Longwood, co. Meath, 324.

Lonsdale, Lord. See Lowther, J.

Loo, Netherlands, court at, 274, 287, 304, 313, 315, 316, 317, 318, 320, 327, 334, 336.

Looe, East, Eastlow, co. Cornwall, 88, 315.

Lord Mount Linster. See Chevers.

Lordsland, Farbill barony, co. Westmeath, 120, 323.

Lorkan. See Larkin.

Lostwithiel, co. Cornwall, 78, 173, 337.

Lotom, John, boatman, Sunderland, 166.

Loughadian, Longhadine, co. Down, 317.

Loughlin, Brian, forfeited estate of, 316.

Loughrea, co. Galway, barony of, 117.

Loughteeog, Loughteige, Queen's County, 322.

Loughtroden, Stradbally barony, Queen's County, 322.

Loup, Elizabeth, royal bounty for, 291.

Louth, county of, 103, 275; forfeited lands in, 135, 315, 319, 323.

Love, William, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Huntingdon, 145, 254.

Loveland, Robert, et al., petition concerning Rattan canes, 107.

Lovell (Lovel), Sir Salathiell, a Judge of Chester, 178, 215; Recorder of London, 240.

-, Thomas, seizure of parchment and paper, 37.

Low Countries, 195.

Lowe (Low), —, captain, 258.

-, John, deputy chamberlain of the Receipt, 54, 191, 221, 238 bis.

Lowman, Henry, Clerk of the Kitchen to the King, 337.

Lowndes, Robert, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Middlesex, 302.

-, Thomas, place as accountant for the Malt Duty, 137.

-, William, Secretary to the Treasury passim; secret service issues, 28, 34, 58, 61, 109, 122, 151, 153, 162, 183, 236, 248, 263, 279, 307, 314.

Lowther, John, Lord Lonsdale, 12; lands in Catterick, 262.

-, -, a Commissioner of Excise and Revenue, Ireland, 199, 273.

-, Sir William, payment to, 97.

Lucan, co. Dublin, 326.

Lucas, John, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Surrey, 167, 227.

-, Robert, 3rd Lord Lucas, Governor of the Tower, 58, 67, 242, 247, 267, 287.

Luckandarragh, co. Cork, 135.

Lucy, Playters, lands in Great Tew manor, 351.

Luff, John, Dr., Reader of Physic, Oxford University, 260.

Lumley, Richard, Earl of Scarborough, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 171, 310; loan by, 180.

Lune, co. Meath, barony of, 322.

Lüneburg. See Brunswick.

Lunsford, Dame, royal bounty for, 291.

Lunt, John, tidesman, Plymouth, 28, 39, 181.

Lussogh [? Lishugh], co. Roscommon, 325.

Lydall, Thomas, collector of the earthenware, etc., duties, 140.

Lydd, —, 43.

Lyme Regis, co. Dorset, Cobb pier, repair of, 309.

Lympston, co. Devon, 182.

Lynch, Alex., forfeited estate of, 134.

Lyne, Jno., lands in Kerry, 117.

Lynn, co. Norfolk, 145.

Lynn, Charles, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, co. Stafford, 302.

Lytton (Litton), Dame Rebecca, mother of Viscountess Falkland, lands in Great Tew manor, 351.