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'Index of persons and Places: L', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 13: 1697-1698 (1933), pp. 505-515. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=82962 Date accessed: 20 August 2014.


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La Britonier, —, estate of, 124, 220.

Laceby, co. Lincoln, 183.

Lackendarra, Lackandaragh, Decies barony, co. Waterford, 380.

Lackford, co. Suffolk, hundred of, 306.

Lackmacurragh, Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary, 396.

La Font, Isaac de, Major and captain, Windsor's regiment, 254.

Laidman, Edward, lands in Alnwick, 421.

Lairdmouth. See Learmouth.

Lalohe, Monsieur, payment to, 105, 398.

Lamb (Lambe), Patrick, bills of exchange of, 44, 45, 172, 187.

-, Peter, tenant, 376.

Lambard, William, lease of lands in Gillingham, 127.

Lambert, John, petition of, ship seized by Customs, 330.

Lambeth, co. Surrey, bargehouse, etc. in, 115.

La Mere, —, of the Exchequer, 37.

Laming, Roger, hoyman between Margate and London, 352.

Lamordan [?Lemmington], co. Northumberland, 414.

Lamprea, John, mariner, 449.

Lancaster, county of, Auditor of Crown Revenues in, 368.
-, deputy auditor of, 370.
-, fee farm rents in, sold, list of, 177–180.
-, Receiver General of assessments, 305, 400.
-, sheriff of, 370.
-, surveyor of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 123.

Lancaster, co. Lancs., friary in, 178; port of, 237.

Lancaster, —, lands in Kendal, 180.

-, John, lieutenant, marines, 445.

-, William, D.D., vicar of St. Martins in the Fields, 349.

Landbeach, Landbeech, co. Cambridge, 181.

Landen, officers killed at, 113, 436–8, 442.

Landon, co. Middlesex, Mays and Molts in, 312.

Landy, Thomas, chaplain, Coote's regiment, 274.

Lane, [Edward], major, surveyor of the Navigation Act, 209.

-, John [James], Viscount Lanesborough, petition for remission of crown rents in Ireland, 60, 246, 365.

-, Richard, late Attorney General of the Duchy of Cornwall, 286.

-, Thomas, pension for, 224 (2).

Lanesborough, Viscount. See Lane, J.

Lang. See Long.

Langdon Hills, Langdale Hills, co. Essex, 315.

Lange, William, tenement in Framlington, 417.

-, See also Long.

Langham, Thomas, prize ship and goods purchased by, 123.

Langhurst. See Longhirst.

Langley, Langly, co. Warwick, 204.

Langley (Langly), Thomas, captain, petition for place as commander of a packet boat, 44, 174.

Langley Marish, Langley Marsh [co. Bucks], manor of, 177.

Langston (Langstone), —, Brigadier, his regiment. See Army—regiments.

-, Thomas, sheriff of Somerset, 403, 410.

Langton, co. York, 197.

Langton, Thomas, lands in co. Lancs., 179.

Lanton. See Laughton.

Lanwitton. See Longwitton.

Lany, John, lease terminable on his life, 361.

Lapierre (La Pair, La Pierere) alias Slone (Stone), —, estate of, 2, 13, 124, 220.

Laragh, Larragh, [Rathcline barony], co. Longford, 395.

Larne, —, payment to, 76.

[La] Rochelle, France, 216.

Larragh. See Laragh.

Lartanbegg. See Lowerton Beg.

Lartemmore. See Lowerton More.

La Rue. See Delarue.

Lassels (Lassell), Thomas, housekeeper of the Excise Office, 158, 432.

Lastly, Thomas, tidesurveyor, Plymouth, 264.

Latham, John, mariner, 449.

Laton (Layton), Dame Ann, royal bounty for, 102, 385, 428.

La Tour, Baron de, Envoy from the Duke of Savoy, present for, 343.

Latt, Robert, lands in Alnwick, 421.

Latton, John, searcher, Plymouth, 236.

Lattus, Bridget, author of a seditious libel, 427.

Laughton, Lauton, co. Lincoln, 183.

Laughton [Lanton], co. Northumberland, 415.

Launceston, co. Cornwall, 196.

Launditch, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 306.

Laussac, Antoine Astor d', pension for, 235.

Lauton. See Laughton.

Lavalline, —, his estate in Ireland, 405.

Lavender, William, lease of houses in Rochester, 288, 372.

Laverton, co. Somerset, manor of, 192, 256, 266, 288, 365, 433.

Lawder, —, colonel, his regiment. See Army—regiments.

Lawndinoe, John, tenant, 376.

Lawrence, David, quartermaster, Windsor's regiment, 254.

-, Edward, tidesurveyor, Yarmouth, 303.

-, Richard, medicines supplied to the Navy, 336.

Laws Mustapha Reis (Raise), gift from the Consul at Algiers, 340.

Lawson, Joseph, a sergeant-at-arms, 215.

-, Nathaniel, lieutenant, Gibson's regiment, 275.

Layer de la Hay, Layerd Layhay, co. Essex, 316.

Layton. See Laton.

Lea, Lee, co. Lincoln, 183.

Lea, William, sheriff of co. Worcester, 357, 410.

-, See also Lee; Leigh.

Leach, William, Paymaster of the Incidents, Customs, 264, 283.

Leaden Roding, Leeding Rooding, co. Essex, 314.

Leake, Richard, captain, King's Master Gunner, 404.

Learchild, Learthild, co. Northumberland, 414.

Learmouth, Lairdmouth, co. Northumberland, 414.

Leatstowe, co. Northumberland, 415.

Leavening, Levening, co. York, 201.

Lecarrowheene, Ballyboy barony, King's county, 443.

Ledbeter, —, Excise fine on, 19.

Lee, co. Lincoln. See Lea.

Lee, John, proclamation reward for, 373.

-, Ralph, merchant, petition of, 265.

-, Robert, boatman and Register of Certificates at Guernsey, 122.

-, William, undersheriff for co. Northampton, 255, 285.

-, See also Lea; Leigh.

Leeding Rooding. See Leaden Roding.

Leeds, co. Kent, 177.

Leeds, co. York, 194; forfeited estate of a goldsmith of, 375–6; Spring Garden in, 376.

Leeds, Duke of. See Osborne, Thomas.

Lees, —, widow, lands in Alnwick, 422.

Leeward Islands, Four and a half per cent. duty. See Subject Index—Four. prizes brought into, 174; agent for, 174.

Le Feure, Thomas, lease terminable on the life of, 279.

Leganidockly, Kilkenny West barony, co. Westmeath, 396.

Legg, Richard, ensign, Bolton's regiment, 274.

Leghorn, 160, 341, 342; and Algiers, advice boat between, 159.

Leicester, county of, Auditor of Crown revenues in, 368.
-, fee farm rents in, sold, 193; list of, 204–5.
-, Receivers General of assessments, etc., 5, 125, 147, 304, 335, 399.
-, sheriff of, 365.
-, surveyor of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 123.

Leicester, co. Leicester, 205.

Leigh, Christopher, captain, Northcott's regiment, 276.

-, Edward, colonel, his regiment. See Army—regiments.

-, Sir Francis, purchase of lands, etc. in Sutton at Hone, 53, 55–6, 235, 263.

-, Thomas, cornet, Windsor's regiment, 254.

-, William, manor of Singleton, 178.

- See also Lea; Lee.

Leighs. See Great Leighs.

Leighton, Lancelot, tenement in Framlington, 416.

-, Robert, tenement in Warkworth, 423.

Lemmington. See Lamordan.

Lendall [Lindal], co. Lancs., 179.

Lendall, —, widow, tenement in Warkworth, 423.

Le Neve, Peter, a deputy chamberlain of the Receipt, 128, 287; Rouge Croix Pursuivant, 215.

Lenham, Thomas, rewarded for an arrest, 378.

Lennard, Samuel, captain, Denbigh's regiment, 255.

Lenthall, Mris., payment to, 26.

Lepel, Nicholas, captain lieutenant, Windsor's regiment, 254.

Lermehold, —, lands in Alnwick, 422.

Leslie (Lesley), Dr. John, grant of lands in Ireland, 105, 411, 445.

-, Katherine, royal bounty for, 220, 224, 295, 406.

Lespringe, co. Durham, 193.

Lesseens [?Lisheens], co. Cork, 380.

Lestang, Lewis, lieutenant, Denbigh's regiment, 255.

Levant, 340.

Levening. See Leavening.

Leversall. See Loversall.

Leverstock, Charles, waiter and searcher, Exmouth, 298.

Leveson (Levison), —, major-general, his regiment. See Army—regiments.

-, William, ensign, Brudenall's regiment, 274.

Levesque, Jacob, lieutenant, marines, 445.

Levi, —, Exchequer bill dealings, 10, 23.

Levingston, Ann, widow, royal bounty for, 438.

-, Robert, captain of the Royal Regiment of Foot, 438.

Levison. See Leveson.

Lewen (Lewin), William, merchant of London, prize wines purchased by, 135, 152, 158.

Lewes, co. Sussex, 373.

Lewis, Edward, clerk to the Master and Worker of the Mint at Chester, 156; charges against and dismissal of, 28, 59–60, 148, 236; late clerk to the Comptroller of the Tower Mint, 60.

-, Elizabeth. See Jenkins.

-, Francis, lieutenant, Farrington's regiment, 276.

-, Richard, lands in Warkworth, 423.

-, Robert, searcher, Lynn Regis, 359.

Lexden, co. Essex, Fowlestoys in, 315.

Lexinton, Lord. See Sutton, Robert.

Leycroft, —, 92.

Leylands, Leyland, co. York, 197.

Lichfield, co. Stafford, Receivers General of assessments, 304, 399.

Lichfield Cathedral, Vicars of, perpetuity for, 293; issue for, 87, 329.

Lichfield and Coventry, diocese of, Tenths due from, 143.
-, Bishop of. See Lloyd, William.

Lides Isle, Scilly Islands, 392.

Liermont, Lewis, lieutenant, Gibson's regiment, 275.

Lightfoot, Robert, quartermaster, Denbigh's regiment, 255.

Lilburn, co. Northumberland. See East Lilburn.

Lilburn, William, lieutenant, Gibson's regiment, 275.

Lillings. See West Lillings.

Lillingston, —, colonel, his regiment. See Army—regiments.

Lilly, Stephen, Receiver General of the Post Office, 129, 130, 240.

Limerick, county of, forfeited lands in, 381, 445.

Limerick, co. Limerick, Articles of, 443; officer killed at, 438; surrender of, 448.

Lincoln, county of, Auditor for, 208.
-, fee farm rents in, sold, 182–3, 190, 205–6.
-, a Justice of the Peace for, 240.
-, Receivers General of assessments, 49, 305, 323, 400.
-, Sheriff of, 357, 410.

Lincoln, co. Lincoln, Receivers General of assessments, 305; Sessions at, 240.

Lincoln, Countess Dowager of. See Clinton, S.

Lincoln, Earl of. See Clinton, H.

Lincoln, (Lincolne), Dr. William, expired lease of lands in co. Lincoln, 323, 433.

Lindal. See Lendall.

Lindsell, Lynsell, co. Essex, Brasen Head in, 314.

Lindsey (Lindsay), Earl of. See Bertie, R.

Linelinton, co. York, 199.

Lingar, Phillip, tidesman, Bristol, 265.

Linton, co. York, 202.

Lisbon, 105, 241.

Lisgarriff, Lisgarruffe, Upper Ormond barony, co. Tipperary, 396.

Lisheens. See Lesseens.

Liskeard, co. Cornwall, 196.

Lisle, John, lands, etc. in Felton, 417, 420.

-, Peter, captain, Brudenall's regiment, 274.

Lismalin, Slievardagh barony, co. Tipperary, 396.

Lisney (Lysney), Adam, payment to, for lodging the King's servants at Kensington, 348, 379, 389.

Lissavoura. See Lisvarragh.

Lissington, Lyssington, co. Lincoln, 206.

Lister, Jos., house, etc. in Fishergate, Carlisle, 180.

Liston Hall, co. Essex, manor of, 316.

Listry, Magunihy barony, co. Kerry, 382.

Lisvarragh [?Lissavoura], Barretts barony, co. Cork, 380.

Liswerry, co. Monmouth, manor of, 392.

Little Baddow, co. Essex, Tending lands in, 316.

Little Bardfield, Little Berdfield, co. Essex, 316.

Little Brandon. See Brandon Parva.

Little Buggs, co. Essex. See Baglands.

Little Felton, co. Northumberland, 417.

Little Halton, co. Northumberland, 418.

Little Massingham, co. Norfolk, 313.

Little Mitton, co. Lancs., 177.

Little Munden, co. Herts, 313; Newlands in, 313.

Little Ratt Island, Scilly Islands, 392.

Little Ryle, co. Northumberland, 414.

Little Sampford, co. Essex, 315, 317.

Little Tosson, Little Tossen, co. Northumberland, 414, 417.

Little Waltham, Little Walsham, co. Essex, 315.

Little Wigborough, Little Wigborrow, co. Essex, Hunter's lands in, 316.

Little Yeldham, Little Yealdham, co. Essex, 314; Staffords, Thines, Whelpscroft and Whitescroft in, 316.

Littlehales, Richard, footman to the late Queen, recommended for Customs employment, 359.

Littleton, Sir Thomas, a Lord of the Treasury, 1–114 passim, 211, 323, 373; opinions of, etc., 7, 23, 24, 36, 38, 39.

Liverpool, co. Lancs. 443; Customs officers at, 151, 280, 361; ship wrecked near, 326.

Livingston, William, ensign, Gibson's regiment, 275.

Llandaff, Llandaffe, diocese of, Tenths due from, 143.

Llangeview, co. Monmouth, 392; Craygollway Farm in, 391.

Lloyd (Floyd, Loyd), —, colonel, his regiment. See Army—regiments.

-, -, clerk to Wm. Wardour, Clerk of the Pells, 58.

-, -, pension for, at the desire of the late Queen, 24.

-, -, a Justice of Carnarvon and Anglesey, 75, 292.

-, Edward, a Commissioner for Stamp duties, 450.

-, -, lease of a tenement, 147.

-, Elizabeth, reward for discovering the author of a seditious libel, 427.

-, Gam, lieutenant, marines, 445.

-, John, captain, Brudenall's regiment, 274.

-, Thomas, captain of a company of Invalids, 401.

-, -, ensign, Brudenall's regiment, 274.

-, -, Paymaster of the Works, 188, 212, 295, 332, 343, 360, 363.

-, William, petition for grant of lands, 413.

-, -, Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, Lord Almoner, 300.

Loader, Richard, tidesman, London port, 127.

Lock, John, Commissioner for Trade and Plantations, 297.

Locking, co. Somerset, 235.

Lockly, Samuel, payment to, for provisions, 433.

Loddon, Lodden, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 306.

Lodge Close, co. Berks, 176.

Lodington, Nathaniel, consul at Tripoli, 232.

Loes, co. Suffolk, hundred of, 306.

Loftsome. See Lostham.

Loggan, John, Army clothier, petition of, 425.

Loghtown, Corkaguiny barony, co. Kerry, 382.

Lolworth, Loleworth, co. Cambridge, manor of, 181.

Lomley. See Lumley.

London, alderman of, 374, 432.
-, and Margate, hoyman between. 352.
-, assessments, 289, 339.
-, Bishop of, printing for, 344.
-, See also Compton, H.; Juxon, W.
-, Chamberlain, 4, 11, 12, 23, 45, 49, 273.
-, City Loan, Committee for, objections raised by, as to time of repayment, etc., 3.
-, coalmeters, petition of, 332.
-, Corporation, impost bill on wines due to members of the, payments of, 207, 208, 435, 436.
-, fee farm rents in, sold, 308–11, 317–8.
-, Lord Mayor, 128; directs importation of corn for relief of the poor, 28.
-, Lord Mayor's bargehouse, new lease of, 185, 330.
-, Merchant Taylors' Company, tenements belonging to, 318.
-, merchants of, 125, 129, 132, 134, 148, 158, 166, 209, 248, 295, 298, 323, 351, 363, 366, 390, 431, 439.
-, Pewterers' Company, tenement belonging to, 318.
-, poor of, issue for, 66, 273, 288.
-, port of, Customs officers in, 5, 61, 69, 99, 109, 126, 127, 131, 134, 143, 151, 173, 184, 186, 192, 213, 214, 224, 227, 231, 232, 233, 236, 242, 245, 246, 258, 260, 264, 266, 285, 293, 298, 301, 323, 332, 347, 366, 370, 377, 390, 424, 432.
-, prizes sold in, 268.
-, Receiver General, etc. of assessments, etc., 304, 320, 384, 399, 449.
-, Recorder of, 150, 285.
-, Remembrancer of, 436.
-, sheriffs of, 344, 409.
-, ships of, 271, 337.
-, skinner of, 261.
-, Solicitor for assessing taxes in, 224.
-, stationer of, 432.
-, Vintners' Company, tenements belonging to, 318.

London and Westminster, Streets and Places in—
-, Acton Road, 191, 218.
-, Aldersgate, 309.
-, Aldersgate Street, 308, 311.
-, "Angel," St. Tully Street, 310.
-, "Angel and Crown," Cheapside, 318.
-, Arlington House, 312.
-, Austin Friars, 311.
-, Back Lane, Queenhithe, 311.
-, Bagino, the, 318.
-, "Ball," near Hermitage Bridge, 310.
-, Barbican, Barbrian, 308, 311.
-, Basinghall (Basinghaw) Street, 310.
-, "Bear and Ragged Staff,' Cornhill, 318.
-, Bear Tavern, Strand, 88.
-, Beauford Buildings, 393.
-, Bedford Street, 193.
-, Bell Yard, 310.
-, Bell Yard against the Monument, 311.
-, Bishopsgate, 318.
-, Bishopsgate Street, 309.
-, Blackboy Alley, Thames Street, 308.
-, Blackfriars, 98.
-, Blackhorse Alley, Aldersgate, 309.
-, Blackhorse Alley, Coleman Street, 308.
-, "Bleball," near Bishopsgate, 318.
-, Bloomsbury Fields, 90.
-, Bow Lane, 309, 310, 318.
-, Bread Street Hill, 310.
-, Browne's Close. See Doghouse Field.
-, Bucklersbury, 309, 310, 311.
-, Bunches Close, 46, 172, 190, 218.
-, Butchers' Alley, St. John's Street, 312.
-, Cabidge Lane, 312.
-, Carter Lane, 309.
-, "Castle," Chancery Lane, 317.
-, Castle Alley, 310.
-, Castle Inn, Wood Street, 309.
-, Castle Tavern, Fleet Street, 88.
-, Cateaton Street, 308.
-, "Catherine Wheel," Smithfield, 310.
-, Chancery Lane, 317, 318.
-, Channel Row, 301.
-, Chapel Royal. See (below) Whitehall.
-, Charing Cross, 317.
-, Charles I's Hospital, Westminster, annuity for, 246, 255.
-, Charles Street, 191, 218.
-, Charter House, the, 311.
-, Charterhouse Lane, 311.
-, Cheapside, 41, 317, 318.
-, Christopher's Alley alias Suncourt, Golden Lane, 312.
-, Christ's Hospital, annuity for, 74, 288, 291; tenement belonging to, 310.
-, Church Street, St. Ann's, Westminster, 191, 193, 218.
-, Clark's Hall, Bishopsgate Street, 309.
-, "Cock," Turnmill Street, 312.
-, Cock Lane, 310.
-, Cockpit, Lodgings, repairs etc. to, 228; Privy Council Chamber in, 373; Treasury Chambers at, 63–114.
-, Coleman Hedge or Colemanhedge Field, 218.
-, Coleman Street, 308.
-, College Hill, 311.
-, Compton Street, 191, 218, 219.
-, Cornhill, 210, 318.
-, Cow Lane, Smithfield, 317.
-, Crickland, 308.
-, Crooked Lane, 308, 310.
-, "Crown," St. Stephen's Alley, 317.
-, Crown Court, Chancery Lane, 318.
-, Crown Street alias Hog Lane, 218; see also Hog Lane.
-, Crutched Friars, Crutchet Fryers, 317.
-, Dean (Deane) Street, 191, 218, 219.
-, Distaffe Lane, 311.
-, Doghouse Field alias Browne's Close, 172, 190, 218.
-, Dowgate, 310.
-, Drury Lane, 88, 295.
-, Duchy House, Strand, 291, 355.
-, Durham Yard, 339.
-, East Smithfield, 308, 311.
-, Exchange, the, 66, 367.
-, Exchange Alley, 310.
-, Falconbergh, Falconbury Court, 191, 218.
-, Fenchurch (Fanchurch) Street, 309, 311.
-, Fleet, the, 88, 90.
-, Fleet Ditch, 310.
-, Fleet Street, 88, 318.
-, Flowerpot, a seed shop [in the Strand], 91.
-, Frith Street, 191, 218.
-, Garraway's Coffee House, near Lombard Street, 318.
-, Gerrard Street, 317.
-, "Golden Ball" in Weld Passage, Drury Lane, 295.
-, Golden Lane, 312.
-, Gracechurch Street, 308, 310, 311.
-, Grays Inn, 353.
-, "Great Tom of Westminster," clockhouse and bell called, demolition of, 385.
-, Greek Church, Westminster, 190; used by French protestants, 219.
-, Greek Street, 191, 218.
-, "Green Dragon," Cheapside, 318.
-, "Green Dragon," Fleet Street, 318.
-, Gunpowder Alley, Crutched Friars, 317.
-, Gutter Lane, 311.
-, "Half Moon," Aldersgate Street, 308.
-, "Half Moon," St. Dunstan's, 310.
-, Hamonds Alley, 309.
-, "Harrow," Queenhithe, 318.
-, Hartshorn brewhouse, St. Catherine's, 310.
-, Hedge Lane, 219, 317.
-, Hempershead Alley, 310.
-, "Hen and Chicken," Lombard Street, 318.
-, Hermitage brewhouse, St. Catherine's, 310.
-, Hermitage Bridge, 310.
-, Heydon Yard, Minories, 317.
-, Hog Lane, 191, 218.
-, Holborn, 317.
-, Holborn Conduit, 59.
-, Horse Guards, 38, 157.
-, "Horse Shoe" Tavern, 90.
-, Horseferry, the, 317.
-, Inner Temple, 119, 372.
-, Inns of Court and Chancery, Receiver General of assessments for, 399.
-, James Street, 312.
-, Jermyn (Germyn) Street, 295.
-, Kemps Field, 46, 172, 190, 218, 219.
-, King Street, Westminster, 191, 218, 219, 312, 317.
-, "King's Arms," New Fish Street Hill, 309.
-, King's Court, 191, 218.
-, King's Square alias Soho Square, 191, 218, 219.
-, Kingsgate, Holborn, 317.
-, Lambert Hill, 309, 310.
-, Leadenhall Street, 309, 318.
-, Lewin's Wharf, St. Catherine's, 311.
-, Lime Street, 309.
-, Lime Street Ward, Commissioners, etc. of assessments for, 286.
-, Lincoln's Inn, 164.
-, Lincoln's Inn Fields, 88, 90.
-, Little Drury Lane, 309.
-, Little Trinity Lane, 308.
-, Lombard (Lumbard) Street, 31, 318; assessments in, 76.
-, Long Acre, 88.
-, Lyons Inn, 166.
-, Maiden Lane, 193.
-, Maidenhead Alley, Aldersgate, 309.
-, "Maypole" [in the Strand], 91.
-, Middle Row alias Rotten Row, 248.
-, Middle Temple, 296.
-, Military Ground, 219.
-, Mincing Lane, 309, 310.
-, Minories, 317.
-, Mitre Court, 318.
-, Mitre Court Buildings, 373.
-, Monument, the, 311.
-, Moore (Moor) Street, 191, 218.
-, Mulberry Garden near Arlington House, 312.
-, "Naggs Head," Leadenhall Street, 318.
-, "Naked Boy," 317.
-, New Fish Street Hill, 309, 310.
-, New River, 308.
-, Newgate gaol, 193, 288, 339, 353, 432.
-, Nicholas Lane, 312.
-, Nightingale Lane, 311.
-, Noble Street, 310.
-, Old Bailey, 28: Justice Hall in, 193.
-, Old Fish Street, 310, 311.
-, Old Palace, 281.
-, Old Soho alias Warder Street, 219.
-, Old Swan, Thames Street, 309.
-, Paternoster Row, 318.
-, Pegg's coffee house, 42.
-, Pencroft Lane, 318.
-, Phillip Lane, 309.
-, Philpot Lane, 309.
-, Phoenix brewhouse, 112, 448.
-, Piccadilly, 218.
-, Pissing Alley, St. John's Street, 312.
-, "Plough," Cornhill, 318.
-, "Pope's Head," Chancery Lane, 317.
-, "Pope's Head," St. Jones Lane, 317.
-, Poppin's (Popping's) Alley, 317.
-, Poultry, 310.
-, Princes Street, 219.
-, Privy Garden, King Street, 312.
-, Pudding Lane, 310.
-, Puddle Dock Wharf, 317.
-, Pye Corner, 308.
-, Queen Street, 191, 218, 309, 310.
-, Queenhithe, 311, 318.
-, "Queen's Head," Cheapside, 317.
-, "Queen's Head" tavern against the Temple, 318.
-, Ralphs Quay, 309.
-, Redcross (Redcrose) Street, 311.
-, Redlyon brewhouse, St. Catherine's, 310.
-, "Red Lyon," St. Helen's Gate, 309.
-, Rose Street, 218.
-, Rose Tavern, 309.
-, Rotten Row. See Middle Row.
-, Round Rundles, St. Giles, 405.
-, St. Anne, Soho, parish of, 190, 191, 193, 218; created out of St. Martin's in the Fields by Act of 30 Car. II, 219; Church of, land appropriated for, 190, 218, 219.
-, St. Bartholomew's Hospital, President, etc. of, petition for money due for curing soldiers, 360.
-, St. Benet's Hill, 311.
-, St. Botolph (Buttolph), Aldersgate, Church and Church house, 309.
-, St. Catherine's, 310, 311.
-, St. Dunstan's [in the] East, 311.
-, St. Dunstan's [? in the West], 310.
-, St. Giles' in the Fields, 218, 248, 317, 405.
-, St. Giles' without Cripplegate, 261.
-, St. Helen's Gate, 309.
-, St. Helen's parish, 309.
-, St. James', 362, 376; almshouses in, 312; annuity for the poor of, 116, 130; manor or bailiwick of, 115, 190, 312.
-, St. James' House, 17, 132.
-, St. James' Palace, 234, 390; King's library at, 131.
-, St. James' Square, 362.
-, St. James' Street, 366.
-, St. John's Street, 312; Sessions there, 312.
-, St. Jones' Lane, 317.
-, St. Leonard Eastcheap, parish of, 309.
-, St. Low Lane, 310.
-, St. Margaret's, 311.
-, St. Margaret's Lane, 310.
-, St. Margaret's Westminster, annuity and payments for the poor of, 78, 241, 246, 255, 299; churchwardens of, 385; clockhouse and bell granted for the benefit of the poor, 377, 385.
-, St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, 218; Act of 30 Car. II., making part of this parish into the new parish of St. Anne's, Westminster, 219; lease of land to the vicar of, on which to build a watchhouse for constables, 247, 283, 349; poor of, annuity for, 78, 241, 246, 299; poor of, Greek church and almshouses granted by Charles II in trust for, 190-1, 218, 219.
-, St. Mary Abchurch, parish of, 311, 318.
-, St. Mary Axe, parish of, 309, 311.
-, St. Mary Overy (Overs), 311.
-, St. Mary Woolchurch, parish of, 309.
-, St. Michael, Crooked Lane, parish of, 308.
-, St. Michael Queenhithe, parish of, 311.
-, St. Michael's Wood Street, Rectory of, 309.
-, St. Paul Covent Garden, parish of, 193.
-, St. Peter's Cheapside, Rectory of, 309.
-, St. Peter's Hill, 308.
-, St. Sepulchre's, Rectory of, 309.
-, St. Stephen's Alley, 312, 317.
-, St. Stephen's Walbrook, 311.
-, St. Thomas, parish of, 311.
-, St. Tully Street, 310.
-, "Saracen's Head" Inn, Carter Lane, 309.
-, Savoy, French ministers in, issue for, 1, 119; guard rooms at, 343.
-, Sergeants' Inn, chambers in, 259.
-, Sermon Lane, 311.
-, Shoreditch, 310; see also Shoreditch, co. Middlesex.
-, Smithfield, 310, 317; butcher in, fined, 152.
-, Soho or Soho Fields, 218, 219.
-, Soho Square. See (above) King's Square.
-, Soper Lane, 309.
-, Soper Lane End, 309.
-, Spring Garden, 66.
-, Stable Yard, the, 355.
-, Standbridge [Strand Bridge] 317.
-, Star Alley, 310.
-, Star Chamber, 234; part fitted as an office for the Trustees for Exchequer bills, 213, 225.
-, "Star and Pheasant," Cheapside, 318.
-, Stone Gallery, Whitehall, 51.
-, Strand, 87, 88, 90, 325, 355.
-, Strand Bridge. See (above) Standbridge.
-, Suffolk Street, 98.
-, Sun Court, Golden Lane, 312.
-, "Sun and Key," an ironmonger's in the Strand, 87.
-, "Sun and Three Daggers," Cateaton Street, 308.
-, Sutton Street, 191, 218.
-, Swallow Fields, St. Giles', 405.
-, Swan Alley, Coleman Street, 308.
-, Swan's Nest, St. Catherine's, 311.
-, "Talbott," Bucklersbury, 311.
-, Temple, the, 310, 318, 373, Master of, fee of, 233.
-, Temple Bar, 317.
-, Temple Gate, 317.
-, Thames Street, 308, 309, 311.
-, Thomas Street, 310.
-, Threadneedle Street, 310.
-, "Three Cranes," Hempershead Alley, 310.
-, "Three Cranes," Thames Street, 311.
-, "Three Crowns," Dowgate, 310.
-, "Three Kings," Bucklersbury, 310.
-, "Three Kings," Hermitage Bridge, 310.
-, Tower, the, 28, 60, 67, 103, 139, 239, 426, 431; Keeper of the Stores and small arms in, fee, 447; perpetuity to the Vicar of, 259.
-, Tower Hill, 308.
-, Tower Street, 310.
-, Treasury Chambers, Whitehall, destroyed by fire, 51; at the Cockpit. See (above) Cockpit.
-, "Trumphet," Soper Lane, 309.
-, Turnmill Street, 312.
-, Tyburn, 218.
-, Walbrook, 311.
-, Warder Street. See (above) Old Soho.
-, Warslands, St. Giles' in the Fields, 317.
-, Weld Passage, 295.
-, Westminster Abbey, 52, 231, 239, 320.
-, Westminster Hall, 71, 99.
-, "White Bear," Cheapside, 318.
-, White Hart Inn, St. Giles' in the Fields, 405.
-, "White Horse," Fleet Street, 318.
-, Whitehall, 33, 139, 141, 157, 390.
-, fire in 51, 52.
-, Guard rooms and lodgings in, 343.
-, King's Chapel in, destroyed by fire, 51; furniture for, 22, 142, 152.
-, Palace, 390.
-, Rooms of State in, destroyed by fire, 51.
-, Volary Lodgings in, fitted for the King's use, 228.
-, works in, 295.
-, "Whitelyon," Cateaton Street, 308.
-, Winchester Street, 309.
-, Windsor Court, Drury Lane, 88.
-, Wood Street, 309.
-, Wood Street Compter, 309.
-, York Buildings, 317.

Londonderry, officer killed at, 438.

Long (Lang, Lange), —, late chief searcher, London port, 109.

-, Michael, petition for reward for the discovery of prizes, 85, 321.

-, Richard, a Justice of the Peace for co. Wilts, 373.

-, -, payment to, for engaging in an undertaking for the King's service, 241–2, 245.

Long Close, co. Berks, lands called, 175.

Long Inings, co. Berks, lands called, 175.

Long Newton, co. Durham, 193.

Longford, county of, forfeited lands in, 395.

Longford, Earl of. See Aungier, F.

Longhirst, Langhurst, co. Northumberland, 413.

Longmore, co. Middlesex, 312.

Longueville, William, custodiam lease of lands in Suffolk, 356.

Longwitton, Lanwitton, co. Northumberland, 413, 416.

Loo, Holland, the Court at, 128, 226, 402, 406–8, 445, 450.

Looe. See East Looe; West Looe.

Loon, — van, King's sergeant surgeon, 388, 389.

Lorbottle, Lurbottle, co. Northumberland, 414.

Lorne, Lord. See Campbell, A.

Lostham [?Loftsome], co. York, 200.

Lothingland, co. Suffolk, half hundred of, 306.

Lough Swaine [Swin], Scotland, 164.

Loup, William, landwaiter at Poole, 49, 209.

Love, [Edward], cornet, Essex's Dragoons, 437.

-, Elizabeth, arrears due to her son, 437.

-, William, Receiver General of assessments, co. Huntingdon, 306. 400.

Lovelace, —, widow, stewardship of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, 377.

-, John, 2nd Baron Lovelace, his regiment. See Army—regiments.

-, -, 3rd Baron Lovelace, captain, Windsor's regiment, 254.

Lovell, Sir Salathiel, a Justice of Chester, 352; Recorder of London, 150, 285.

Loversall, Leversall, co. York, 203.

Low (Lowe), Elizabeth, widow of Thomas, 278.

-, John, a deputy chamberlain of the Receipt, 128, 287, 348.

-, Thomas, tobacconist of Bristol, 278.

Lowen, John, commander of the Brilliant, 348.

Lower Close, co. Berks, lands called, 175.

Lower Grange, Low Grange, Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny, 380.

Lower Standen, co. Lancs., 178.

Lowerton Beg, Lartanbegg, Ballyboy barony, King's county, 443.

Lowerton More, Lartemmore, Ballyboy barony, King's county, 443.

Lowestoft, co. Suffolk, Customs officers at, 303.

Lowman, —, grant of a forfeited estate to, 47, 54.

Lowndes, Robert, Surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc., for London and Middlesex, 124, 384.

-, William, Secretary to the Treasury, 20, 37, 44, 52, 58, 63, 74, 78, 86, 112; absences of, 126, 127, 308, 324, 344, 377, 378, 407; bills drawn on, 426; fees of, 370; his house near Westminster Abbey, 52–63, 231, 239, 320; letters to and from, 20, 116–448 passim; secret service issues for, 43, 61, 96, 116, 136, 220, 232, 238, 246, 248, 253, 262, 285, 291, 294, 321, 332, 357, 362, 363, 371, 386, 388, 397, 402, 429.

Lowray, —, Receiver of crown revenues, York, 144.

Lowther, —, widow, royal bounty for, 334.

-, James, clerk of the deliveries of the Ordnance, 404.

-, Sir John, recommends a Receiver General of taxes, 65.

-, John, deceased, a Revenue Commissioner of Ireland, 249, 334.

-, -, major, son of Sir William, 286; his company in Colt's regiment, 353.

-, Richard, a Customer of Newcastle, 207.

-, Thomas, son of Sir William, 286.

-, -, searcher, Cardiff, 213.

-, Sir William, payment to, of arrears due to his sons, 286; petition of, as to respite on his son John's company in Colt's regiment, 96, 353.

Lowthorpe, co. York, 197.

Loyd. See Lloyd.

Lucas, Centurion, a printer of Blackfriars, 98.

Lucker, Lukar, co. Northumberland, 418.

Ludington, William, child of the Chapel Royal, 301.

Luff, John, watchman at the Exchequer, 214.

Lukar. See Lucker.

Lulin (Lullin), Anthony, merchant, repayment of loan by, 54, 57, 229.

-, John Anthony, annuity purchased by, 291.

Lumley, co. York, 199.

Lumley (Lomley), [Henry], Brigadier, payment to, for recruit horses, 112; his regiment. See Army— regiments.

-, Richard, Earl of Scarborough, petition for grant of lands, 405.

Lund, —, to attend the Treasury, 37.

Lurbottle. See Lorbottle.

Lush, Mary, a burglar, 147.

Lutterell, John, waiter and searcher, etc. at Start Point, 361.

Luttrell, Alexander, lieutenant colonel, Northcott's regiment, 276.

Lydall, Clem., tenement in Great Tosson, 417.

Lyem alias Lyme [Lyham], co. Northumberland, 419.

Lyme Regis, co. Dorset, 298; annuity for Mayor, etc. of, for the conservation of Cobb pier, 303, 436.

Lymington, co. Hants., collectors of Excise at, 53. See also Burhard, —; Kent, —; salt works at, 192.

Lyne, John, forfeited lands of, co. Kerry, 382.

Lynn (Lyn), Charles, surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc., co. Stafford, 124.

-, Francis, agent to a company of Invalids, 401.

-, John, sheriff for co. Northampton, 255.

Lynn Regis, co. Norfolk, Receiver General of assessments, 306; port of, Customs officers in, 213, 258, 348, 359, 361.

Lynsell. See Lindsell.

Lyradane, Lyrerydane, Barretts barony, co. Cork, 380.

Lysney. See Lisney.

Lyssington. See Lissington.