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'Index: L', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 25: 1640-1642 (1924), pp. 344-349. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89519 Date accessed: 24 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Ladian. See Ker, William, earl of Lothian.

La Ferté Imbault, marquis of. See Estampes, Jacques d'.

La Mothe Houdancourt, Philip de, la Motta Odancurt :

moving on Tarragona, 144.

Lanark, earl of. See Hamilton, William.

Lande. See Rich, Henry, earl of Holland.

Langster, Thomas :

currants laded by, at Zante, 85.

Languedoc, France :

news from, 67.

Lansfort. See Lunsford.

Laud, William, archbishop of Canterbury :

will treat with Spanish ambassadors, 45n
-, attach on palace, takes refuge at Whitehall, 47, 49
-, country house destroyed by mob, 48.

Scots publish attack on, 62, 70
-, promises king money, jewels and plate, 71.

takes refuge at queen's court, 73
-, charges from Scotland against, 100, 111.

attempt to introduce new rites causes riot, 93
-, Williams imprisoned for writing against, 101.

parliament discussing innovations of, 102
-, additions condemned, 111.

danger from return of Prynne, Burton and Bastwick, 103
-, parliament orders arrest, 111.

Goodman's case ominous for, 119.

Le Coigneux, Conius, Cogneus, the president, gentleman of queen mother :

Dutch will not guarantee safety, 181, 194, 199
-, queen stands by, 184, 188
-, at Hague for queen mother, 270.

Leganes, marquis of. See Guzman, Diego Filippo de.

Leghorn, [Prov. Livorno, Italy] :

development of Ville franche would injure, 24.

dispute of Benicello with merchants of, 158.

Leicester, earl of. See Sidney, Robert.

Lennox, Lemos, Lenos, duke of. See Stuart, James.

Lenthall, William, Speaker of the House of Commons :

king goes to receive homage, 95.

Leoncorno? Unicorn :

Burdet to come to London in, 57, 82.

Leopold William, the Archduke, brother of Ferdinand III :

mission of Count Khevenhüller and Colonel Leslie to, 143
-, Rupert goes to see, 253.

Leslie, Lesle, Alexander :

invades England with army, 72
-, victory at Newburn, 75.

maintains severe discipline in army, 75
-, quarters reinforcements at Newcastle and Durham, 89.

sends ingratiating letters to Common Council of London, 84.

forces on frontiers awaiting orders 118
-, evacuates England, 212.

entertains king, 205
-, protests loyalty, 210, 220
-, Charles favours, 221.

made earl of Leven, 213.

king's conspiracy against, 231
-, informs parliament, 232
-, guards Edinburgh, 242.

Leslie, Lesle, Colonel Walter :

quarrel with Khevenhüller, 142.

Lester. See Sidney, Robert, earl of Leicester.

letters :

detained by parliament, 152, 153, 172.

opened by order of parliament, 241, 243, 244, 260.

Venetian, opened, protests and apologies, 244-249, 255, 257-260, 274, 278
-, debate in Lords upon, 248, 249
-, Senate's letter to king on, 275.

of Cardenas opened, 241, 243-245, 249, 255, 257.

Levant Company, Turkey Co., English Co. :

fixes price of currants, 6
-, petitions parliament to stop importation of currants, 168-170.

asks Venice to give up Burdet, 56, 57, 64n.

opposes debasement of coinage, 59.

defrays expenses of Chiaus, 76
-, gives him present, 106.

allowed to make reprisals on Barbary pirates, 172.

Giustinian hopes to discredit, 173
-, instructed to discredit, 181
-, gives up demands about currants, 184.

considers asking for letters of marque against Venice, 228
-, fresh petition against currants, 233, 234.

Hyde, consul of, in Morea, 292.

Leven, earl of. See Leslie, Alexander.

levies :

English :

against Scots, 13, 15.

for Lorraine, 34, 37, 42.

for Spain, 143.

for France, 179, 187, 194, 203, 213, 216.

Irish :

against Scots, 4, 37.

for Flanders, 36.

for Spain, 112, 164, 182, 187, 199, 203, 207, 213, 214, 216, 221.

Scottish :

for Palatine, 223.

forbidden by parliament, 187, 213
-, not to be granted, 216.

for France, 292, 295.

Liege [Prov. Leige, Belgium] :

queen mother contemplates living at, 154.

Lier, William van, sieur d' Oosterwijk, Dutch ambassador in France :

reports French interest in English arming, 13.

Limberi (?) Captain :

master of the Royal Merchant, 227.

Lincoln, bishop of. See Williams, John
-, Winniff, Thomas.

Lindsay, Ludovic, earl of Crawford, Craford, 235 :

alleged conspiracy, 231
-, arrest ordered, 232.

Lindsey, Lince, Linse, earl of. See Bertie, Robert.

Linz [Upper Austria], 44.

Lisbon, Portugal :

troops embarked at, for Barcelonia, 51.

Princess Mary to be educated at, 51
-, English ask for church in, 165.

French officers sent to, 132.

letters of credence dated at, 136n.

Lisola, Francis Paul Freiherr von, Sig. dall' Isola Borgognone, imperial ambassador of England :

arrival, instructions, 226
-, king makes strong representations to, 273
-, assurances to king, 282.

Littleton, Edward baron, the Lord Keeper :

asks for execution of Goodman, 122, 123, opposes sending deputies to Scottish parliament, 206.

Livingstone, James, lord of Almond, baron d' Umon :

king wishes to be tresaurer, 229
-, alleged conspiracy, 231.

Llandaff, bishop of. See Morgan, Owen.

Lodon, baron di. See Campbell, John, earl of Loudoun.

London, 51, 87, 227, 244 :

despatches dated at, 5, 8, 12, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 31, 34, 35, 37, 39, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 53-55, 57, 60, 63, 66, 72, 74, 76, 77, 80, 85, 88, 90, 92, 93, 95, 96, 98, 101, 103, 106, 108, 112, 114, 115, 117, 119, 120, 124, 126, 127, 129, 132, 134, 137, 139, 140, 143, 146, 149, 150, 152, 155, 162, 165, 168, 172, 174, 175, 177, 180, 184, 188, 193, 195, 199, 203, 204, 207, 210, 214, 217, 219, 221, 224, 233, 235, 237, 240, 242, 245-247, 249, 250, 252, 255, 257-259, 262, 265, 269, 273, 278, 279, 282, 285, 290, 292, 295, 296, 298.

letters dated at, 250.

London :

Soubise comes to, 39
-, rioting in at dissolution, 47, 48
-, enquiry into riot, 48.

measures for keeping peace in, 47
-, companies of armed men to patrol, 49.

Charles demands loan from, 48, 65
-, grants loan, of 50,000l., 49
-, loan refused, 65
-, refusal repeated, 74.

king leaves, 56
-, king intermittently at, 58
-, queen and ministers summon king back to, 77.

Burdet to be sent to, 57n.

fast celebrated in 59, 97
-, queen mother leaves, 63
-, plague spreading in, 65.

remonstrates against debasing coinage, 61
-, Catholics expelled from, 95.

troops quartered in, mutinous, 73
-, supplied with coal from Newcastle, 75.

placards inciting to revolt posted in, 80
-, present paper demanding parliament, 83.

Danish ambassadors back in, 88
-, king expected in, 92
-, king back at, 93.

joyful reception of Scottish commissioners in, 97
-, reception of Prynne, Burton and Bastwick, 103.

attack on Catholics outside Somerset House, 97
-, memorial to parliament against Capuchins, 100.

petitions parliament against bishops and Catholics, 108
-, petitions king for execution of Goodman, 119.

Vendome arrives in, 124n
-, Portuguese ambassador reaches, 130, 131
-, his entry, 136.

bonfires at passing of triennial bill, 127
-, demands Strafford's death, 141, 147, 148.

guards for defence of, 136
-, measures of defence, 150.

takes up loan to pay Scots, 140
-, importance of Newcastle to, 161.

prince of Orange enters, 143
-, La Ferté enters, 175.

mob threatens embassies of Spain and Portugual, 145, 148.

Giustinian urged to leave, 149, 207
-, queen mother staying outside, 205
-, Giustinian leaving, 217.

king and queen warned not to leave, 149
-, king and queen decide to leave, 150
-, king leaving, 192.

parliament summons country militia to, 151
-, suspected plans of king against, 163.

fear of disturbances in during king's absence, 195
-, citizens try to stop going, 201.

spread of plague in, 207, 210, 214, 219, 229, 231.

king's return to uncertain, 213
-, reception of religious changes in, 222.

rejoicings in, at evacuation by Scots, 215.

libels against parliamentarians in, 225
-, memorial against abuse of privilege, 250, 251.

parliament summons troops to, 232
-, troops guard, 237
-, Catholics expelled from, 251.

stock of currants in, 234
-, monopolies in disturb trade, 253.

parliament asks for loan, 241
-, parliament fears lack of support, 257.

king's return to, 251, 254, 255, 260, 274
-, king tries to win favour, 254, 261.

memorial against bishops, 264.

riot of apprentices in, 271, 272
-, alarm at prospect of losing charter, 282.

efforts in to raise troops for Ireland, 273
-, grants loan for Ireland, 285.

measures for defence, 277, 281
-, reports of king's designs to sack, 280
-, king urged to stay in, 281.

question of king's return to, 283, 288
-, Digby accused of urging king to leave, 285.

loss of trade when king away, 288
-, trade at standstill, 291.

offers to reduce Irish rebels if granted forfeitures, 298.

aldermen of, 108, 201, 283 :

imprisoned for refusing loan 48
-, released, 49
-, go to meet king, 254
-, knighted, 261.

bishop of. See Juxon, William.

Council of :

Leslie writes to to conciliate goodwill, 84
-, peers sent to for loan, 86
-, grant loan, 89.

lord mayor of. See Gurney, Richard
-, Wright, Edmund.

merchants of, 158.

recorder of. See Gardiner, Thomas.

sheriffs of, 265 :

Dunfermline and Loudoun committed to, 38n
-, to publish pardon of Clopton, 218.

- See also Clerk, George
-, Garret, George.

-, places in and near :

Arundel House, Strand :

prince of Orange lodged at, 131, 143.

Bishopsgate :

Spanish embassy in, 145n.

Gatehouse, 262n.

Guildhall, 254, 275 :

king visits, 277
-, parliament meets at, 280, 282.

Lambeth, palace :

attacked by mob, 47, 49, 52n.

Lincolns Inn Fields, French embassy in, riot at, 214.

Old Bailey, 219.

St. Pauls, riot at, 93.

Somerset House, seditious bills posted on, 148
-, Capuchins at, 256
-, Capuchins leave, 294.

Southwark, St. Georges Fields, 47n.

Suffolk House, Strand, 54n.

the Tower, 163 :

Loudoun confined in, 38, 50, 55, 64.

money guarded in, 74
-, attention to guard of, 77, 180
-, garrison dismissed, 96
-, king prevented from reinforcing, 149.

Cottington made constable of, 74
-, removed, 96.

Strafford removed to, 100.

bishop of Lincoln released from, 101.

parliament reinforces garrison, 150, 206
-, king strengthens garrison, 277.

Pembroke and Maltravers sent to, 195
-, Phillips sent to, 242
-, released, 258.

bishops committed to, 272.

constable of. See Cottington.

lieutenant of. See Balfour, Sir William
-, Lunsford, Thomas.

Tower Yard : Strafford beheaded in, 151.

Tyburn, 219.

Whitehall, 57 :

Laud takes refuge at, from mob, 47, 49
-, guards reinforced, 49.

great hall, 96.

Londonderry, Ireland :

king restores to city of London, 254.

Long, George, J.P. for Middlesex :

Scottish commissioners committed to, 39n.

Longueville, Henry duke of :

no longer concerned with Weimar's army, 42.

Lords, House of, Upper Chamber, Upper House, House of Peers :

vote in favour of subsidies, Commons protest, 43
-, committee to enquire about breach of peace with Scots, 98
-, will not agree to guard for parliament, 100.

have Strafford sent to Tower, 100
-, doubtful about triennial bill, 111
-, long debates on, 113
-, accept and suggest magistrate to act when parliament not sitting, 114.

ask king to delay conclusion of Dutch match, 126
-, appoint committee for Dutch proposals, 129.

king tries to create majority for Strafford in, 128
-, disturbed by attainder of Strafford, 141
-, bill presented to, fierce debates on, 145.

king appeals to, for Strafford, 147
-, accept the bill, 148
-, pass attainder and parliament bill, 150.

try to appease popular clamour, 148
-, pass Commons bill of protest, 149.

differences with Commons over bishops, 160, 164, 167, 207, 236
-, and over religion, 220, 222.

Northumberland shows letters on army plot in, 166.

refuse to disband regiments, 166
-, but give way, 171.

hesitate about granting reprisals against pirates, 173.

bill to prohibit currants in, 173, 185, 234, 252.

consider bill against Catholics, 174
-, conference on, object to Commons printing bill, 176.

incline to clemency to Catholics, 180
-, question of Clopton's arrest in, 190, 191
-, decree against Capuchins, 207.

resent Commons interference over Digby, 184
-, oppose clamorous interference with king, 200
-, will not stop money for Scots, 201.

deputies from, to Scotland, 206, 209
-, scanty attendances at, 206, 213, 294
-, commission to carry on parliament, 220.

apology to Giustinian about packet, 246, 247, 260
-, resolution for delivering packets to him, 248.

ask Giustinian not to leave city, 249
-, remonstrance not sent to, 258.

in debt to Londoners, 251
-, will pass Bill for paying debts, 264.

alleged plot to assassinate members, 251
-, inclined to give Irish freedom of conscience, 265.

unlikely to pass Militia Bill, 264
-, misgivings about sending Scots to Ireland, 267.

La Ferté appeals to, for priests, 265
-, opposition to remonstrance in, 268.

Commons apply to, on breach of privilege, 268
-, will not join Commons in attack on Lunsford, 271.

affair of six members in, 276, 277
-, commission to, for excluding bishops, 296.

fear of encroachments of Commons, 284.

debate on Commons resolutions for defence of realm, 288
-, opposition to, 289
-, accept, 290
-, Digby's letters read in, 297.

See also parliament.

Lords Lieutenant :

those favourable to king to be removed, 174
-, Commons claim to appoint, 288
-, king agrees to, 293
-, nominations made, 297.

Lorraine :

Spain wants English help to recover, 32.

duchess of. See Nicole.

duke of. See Charles III.

Lorraine, Claude de, duke of Chevreuse, Scevrosa, Sevrosa :

may bring over Palatine and fetch wife, 36
-, duchess would not wait for, 39
-, duchess flees from, 41
-, starts for England, 42.

Lothian, earl of. See Ker, William.

Loudoun, earl of. See Campbell, John.

Louis IV of Bavaria, emperor, 237.

Louis XIII, king of France, the Most Christian :

1640 :

Windebank sees about Palatine, 1
-, Charles anxious to know intentions about Palatine, 4.

terms for Palatine's release, 5, 6, 9, 10, 13, 14, 29, 32
-, invasion suggested to force release, 12
-, English disapprove of terms, 15, 41.

Bellievre recalled to inform about English affairs, 7.

releases Prince Casimir, 23
-, Casimir takes leave of, 29.

Palatine entertained at cost of, 32, 44
-, Palatine submissive to advice of, 32
-, entertainment stopped, 45.

Scots rebels appeal to for help, 37, 38, 41, 50
-, Leicester speaks to, about 44.

Charles unwilling to offend about Chevreuse, 41
-, fear of military successes, 66.

Dunkirkers capture king's letters to, 53
-, Palatine treats with, 61.

Charles wants minister from, 56, 66
-, Richelieu would not advise to satisfy England, 80, 81.

Venice advises, 82.

congratulated on birth of son, 87.

1641, 115 :

aggrieved at not being consulted about Anglo Dutch match, 110
-, to be asked to join alliance, 120.

wishes to see Palatine restored, 116
-, ready to co-operate for, 187, 188
-, Palatine complains of, betrayal by, 188.

queen mother appeals to, 120, 129
-, ready to receive sister, 124
-, does not approve of her coming, 127.

English petition to about Cesy's debts, 134
-, Leicester sees about, 135n
-, Leicester takes leave of, 184.

attitude to mother's support, 137
-, mother anxious not to offend, 139.

proposal to consign Portsmouth to, 150.

Orange unwilling to affront by excluding mother, 175
-, La Ferté assures mother of affection, 176.

Dutch will not refuse queen mother's ministers to, 181, 184, 199
-, offers to mother, 184, 188.

English not disposed to do anything for, 194
-, Engglish terms for granting levies to, 216.

accommodation of Bouillon with, 203.

offers diversion in Germany to help attack on Indies, 227
-, offers for Palatine, 229
-, Dutch dislike dependence on, 230.

1642 :

Scots ready to support designs, 292
-, policy of, and queen's journey, 295.

Louise Henriette, daughter of the Prince of Orange :

proposed English marriage for, 237, 262.

Louise Hollandine, daughter of Princess Palatine :

proposed marriage to Prince of Radzivill, 262.

Lower House. See Commons, House of.

Lunsford, Lansfort, Colonel Thomas :

appointed lieutenant of the Tower, 269n
-, king removes, 271
-, declared traitor, arrested, 285.



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