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'Index: L', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice: Volume 26, 1642-1643 (1925), pp. 349-354. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89569 Date accessed: 23 August 2014.


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La Bastie, Colonel :

Douglas claims same terms as, 87.

La Ferté. See Estampes, Jacques d'.

Lancashire, Lancaster county :

said to favour king, but no sign of move in, 25
-, declares in favour of king, 84.

Strange acting in for king, 96
-, consolidation of king's power in, 102.

Strange leaves to join king, 161
-, success of Newcastle in, 305.

Spanish ship seized in, 256.

Lanerick, earl of. See Hamilton, William.

Langham, Langam, John, sheriff of London :

cargo of currants for, 232, 254
-, consults parliament about order to make public king's reply, 236.

Lawes, Thomas, mayor of Salisbury :

committed to prison, 124.

Leeds, Litz, Liz, co. York :

parliamentarians capture, 240
-, Fairfax pursued to, 268
-, and shut up in, 270, 283.

still besieged, 298
-, Newcastle takes, 301.

Leghorn [Prov. Livorno, Italy] :

cargo of silk from, 232
-, efforts to divert trade from, 299.

Legrenzi :

contrives imprisonment of Pisini, 82.

Leicester, Lincester, Lester, co. Leicester :

Aston drives Stamford out of, 96
-, Stamford tries to turn from king, 102, 119.

king's reception at, 119
-, king disarms Calvinists at, 161.

-, mayor of. See Ludlam, Richard.

Leicester, Lester, county : 154.

declares in favour of king, 84
-, consolidation of King's hold on, 102.

Leicester, earl of. See Sidney, Robert.

Lennox, Lenos, duchess of. See Villiers, Mary.

-, duke of. See Stuart, James.

Leslie, Lesle, Alexander, earl of Leven :

takes force to Ireland, 148
-, force cut up, 168
-, departure, 238
-, to invade England, 262.

in charge of defence of Edinburgh but not trusted, 299.

Leslie, Lesle, Colonel Walter :

Roc sends message to emperor by, 68.

Lester. See Leicester.

letters, Venetian, opened :

king's apology, 8
-, Andover to apologise, 36.

from Flanders, stopped, 121.

of king to queen, thrown overboard to avoid capture, 99
-, intercepted, 122, 258.

to queen, intercepted and read in parliament, 125.

Levant :

English trade with, 114, 132
-, in cloth, 149.

Dutch ships for arrested, 120.

prohibition of currants would injure trade to, 200.

Levant Company : 23.

move to have importation of currants prohibited, 14, 32, 33, 45, 55, 87, 97, 121, 149, 159, 173, 200.

claim against for purchase of bad currants, 17
-, may send for currants, 132.

complain of unfriendly treatment by Venice, 22.

get prohibition of currants limited to three years, 143
-, prohibit importation, 156.

begin to perceive injury to prohibition, 163
-, petition to import currants, 233.

Hyde tries to induce import currants from Morea, 232
-, do nothing about, 254.

choose consul for Morea, 233, 254.

dare not denounce Langham for importing currants, 254.

-, director of. See Garraway, Sir Henry.

Leven, earl of. See Leslie, Alexander.

levies :

English for Ireland, 46 :

offered to Venice, 245.

Germans for Venice, 8, 29.

Irish for Spain, 39.

Scots for France, 8, 39, 290.

refused to Spain, 62.

Lichfield, Lizfil, co. Stafford :

Brooke killed at, 256
-, besieged by Northampton, 261.

Rupert besieges, 268
-, and takes leaving Bagot in charge, 270.

Liege [Prov. Liége, Belgium] :

queen may travel by, 179.

levy for England assembling at, 185.

L'Ile. See Lisle.

Limerick, Emerich, co. Limerick :

rebels capture, 108, 109n.

Lince. See Bertie, Robert, earl of Lindsey.

Lincester. See Leicester.

Lincoln, co. Lincoln :

account of Hull affair sent to, 53
-, offers to king, 112.

Meldrum captures guns sent from, 112.

Lincoln, county of :

gentry of, assemble at York, 69.

king visiting to test loyalty, 105
-, challenge to parliament, 112
-, protests loyalty, 124.

munitions from Holland for, 109.

Newcastle goes to reduce rebels in, 225
-, Newcastle tarries in, 235, 236.

parliament sends reinforcements to, 232
-, steady royalist successes in, 261.

Lindsay, Linze, John first earl of, Scottish commissioner :

at Oxford, 240
-, to inform Court of intentions of parliament, 246.

Lindsey, earl of. See Bertie, Robert.

Lion, royal ship :

escorts queen to Holland, 31n
-, captured in Downs, 103.

Lisle, I'Ile, — :

king sends to queen, 99.

Lisola, Francis Paul, Freiherr von, imperial resident in England :

views on alliance, 62, 63
-, conveys message to Giustinian, 113, 132.

says Palatine negotiations will not be continued, 137
-, house searched, 141.

Little Richmond, merchantman :

seized at Falmouth, 243n.

Littleton, Edward baron, the Lord Keeper, the Great Seal :

ordered to send archives to York, 65.

slips away to king, 69
-, received by king, 71.

Litz, Liz. See Leeds.

Lizfil. See Lichfield.

Lloyd, Sir Richard, attorney general for North Wales :

brings king offer of Welsh troops, 84.

Loango. See San Paolo de Loanda.

Lockwood, John, priest :

executed at York, 62.

London, 14, 58, 260.

despatches dated at, 4, 8, 9, 17, 19, 24, 27, 32, 36, 39, 44, 48, 52, 56, 63, 67, 71, 74, 80, 86, 88, 92, 93, 98, 104, 109, 110, 114, 121, 127, 132, 138, 143, 148, 149, 155, 156, 163, 169, 173, 178, 179, 183, 185, 189, 193, 197, 200, 204, 207, 208, 212, 215, 217, 220, 223, 226, 230, 232, 233, 235, 238, 241, 244, 247, 250, 253, 255, 256, 258, 260, 262, 264, 266, 269, 271, 273, 275, 278, 280, 281, 285, 287, 291, 293, 296, 299, 302, 303, 307.

letters dated at, 88, 110, 121, 179, 215, 254.

1642 :

possible estrangement from parliament, 3, 7
-, submits to parliament, 19.

king's absence from deplored 6, 18, 24, 29, 31, 33, 45, 110
-, king explains absence from, 34, 37.

stock of currants in, 15
-, currants brought secretly into, 254.

king sends to for printers, 25
-, king tries to remove law courts from, 65.

refuses further supplies, 31
-, parliamentarians count on money from, 83, 90.

execution of priest at, 52
-, Hotham returning to, 84.

strength of Calvinism in, 73
-, lower classes devoted to parliament, 83, 90.

king threatens to suspend privileges, 89
-, rebel hope based on, 113.

removal of mayor may create disturbance in, 97
-, indignation over, 107
-, but repressed, 137.

active recruiting in, 112
-, measures for quartering troops about, 135.

courts of punish ministers for maligning king, 113
-, many houses in sacked, 131.

king requires parliament moved from, 117
-, king's appeal to Protestants living outside, 134.

feared losses to from arrest of Dutch ships, 120.

fresh supplies desired from, 130
-, asked for loan, 166.

houses of Catholics and Anglicans searched for arms and plate, 140.

Essex reviews cavalry near, 147
-, Essex marches from 159.

Roe goes on to, 151
-, Giustinian advised to take leave in, 156.

king sends fresh proposals to, 152
-, king's return to demanded, 162.

army may be kept near, 160
-, concern at news of Powiek Bridge, 170.

king proposes to march on, 175
-, measures for defence, 175, 176, 181, 187, 188, 192, 198, 201, 202.

king's friends in display favours, 181
-, mayor tries to stop, 181
-, royalist feeling in, 188.

king's march on, 182, 186
-, captains of trained bands refuse to go outside, 188
-, sent out, 202.

new corps to be sent out from to meet king, 188
-, commotion in at king's approach, 198.

inhabitants favouring king disarmed and fined, 188
-, disturbances in over taxation, 218, 222.

Windsor convenient for incommoding, 197
-, importance of Rochester to, 202.

Essex camps 6 miles from, 203
-, undertakes to maintain cavalry force, 206.

queen thinks of going straight to, 204
-, king abandons plans against, 205.

king asked to return to, 206, 209, 215, 225, 230
-, discords in favourable to king, 219.

supports rebels in Commons, 215
-, disposition for peace, 221, 228, 231, 248.

Danish ambassador avoids, 216
-, Joachimi, long absent from, 227.

parliament to continue in, 219
-, guards of reinforced, 234.

success at Winchester celebrated in, 222
-, and capture of Chichester, 229.

mission from to king, 225
-, king wants reply to made known, 236.

coal for stopped, 229
-, king's plans to reduce, 231
-, scarcity of coal in, 235.

prisoners removed from, 237
-, fresh recruits levied in, 246.

list of king's partisans in found, 237
-, some preachers of fomenting assassination, 249.

supports Commons in refusing armistice, 246
-, all hopes of maintaining war rest on, 251, 252.

riot in between Anglicans and Puritans, 249.

county taxed in same proportion as, 252
-, refuses advance unless lords taxed, 255.

fortification of, 252, 256, 257, 273, 274, 277.

rebels' reliance on control of, 257
-, king wants to withdraw parliament from, 265.

to raise force of horse and foot, 257
-, urgent for attack on Reading, 270.

Scottish commissioners going to, 258
-, king prevents, 262, 268.

Newport brought prisoner to, 261.

revenues derived from, 265
-, effort to provide money, 276
-, tired of contributing, 297, 301.

horrified by wounded and sick from army, 269
-, Essex comes to for money, 276.

exodus from, 277
-, most substantial citizens leaving, 280
-, oath refused in, 306.

Commons appropriate houses of royalists in, 277
-, registration of horses in, 294.

report of conspiracy in, 284
-, plot for massacre of leaders in, 286
-, parliament informs of conspiracy, 288
-, royal cavalry raids near, 295, 297
-, king's plan to reduce by famine, 306.

restive at dilatoriness of Essex, 295, 301
-, threatened differences with parliament, 305.

proposal to maintain force at own expense and under control, 301
-, rapid progress with, 305.

sole support of the war, 301
-, Hothams and Goring brought to, 305.

extraordinary fast ordered in, 306.

aldermen, 3 :

submit to parliament, 19
-, king's letter to, 89, 90
-, will not act for mayor, 107
-, mission to king, 225, 228, 230, 234.

imprisoned for taxes, 237
-, loan from for army, 276.

Companies, guilds of :

asked to surrender plate, 211
-, heads assembled to hear king's reply, 234.

Corporation of, Council of :

parliament applies to for loan, 79
-, refuses money for army, 92, 97
-, payment for army, 211.

offers to maintain force, 118
-, to choose own commander, 207.

petition for vigorous war measures, 202
-, offers of stiffen Commons, 206, 234.

riot in over petition, 218
-, own petition to parliament, 222.

offer for prosecution of war, 242, 252, 257
-, London force to be controlled by, 301.

remonstrance with parliament on conduct of war, 264
-, refuses loan for navy, 285
-, Pym asks for loan, 289.

lord mayor of :

control of trained bands, 2
-, king's letter to, 89, 90.

- See Gurney, Sir Richard
-, Pennington, Sir Isaac.

recorder of. See Gardiner, Sir Thomas.

sheriffs of :

king's letter to, 89, 90
-, Capuchins put in custody of, 262, 264.

- See also Andrewes, Thomas
-, Langham, John.

places in or near :

Broad St., Cottington's house in, for royal princes, 192n, 193, 219.

Cheapside, demolition of Cross, 272.

Guildhall :

money and plate of malignants taken to, 140
-, king's reply to city read at, 234
-, commissioners upon conspiracy meet at, 286
-, trial of conspiracy at, 296.

St. James palace, St. Giles :

Prince Henry and Princess Elizabeth removed from, 192
-, brought back to, 219.

St. Pauls :

riot at, 182.

Somerset House, 8 :

chapel of Capuchins at demolished, 262, 264, 266.

Tower :

portion of true cross kept at, 13.

Hull munitions to be sent to, 38, 46, 49, 66, 74.

Gurney sent to, 107, 113
-, Portland sent to, 129
-, Berks sent to, 136.

Cambridge doctors sent to, 112n
-, Portland and Conway sent to, 289.

prisoners from ship brought to, 178
-, Lord Grey sent to, 306.

garrison strengthened, 234.

Lords, House of, Upper House :

deputations from, to king, 6, 18, 30, 45, 54, 108.

bill against currants before, 15, 16, 24, 32, 33
-, appeal to upon, 87, 105
-, passes bill, 97.

protest against Warwick's appointment in, 38
-, protest against sending ships to Hull, 46.

many proceed to York, 69, 71
-, followed by others, 84, 113, 124.

reduced numbers, 71
-, five to form quorum, 108.

response to appeal against king, 83
-, encouraged by La Ferté, 86.

pressure on Commons to make terms with king, 108.

Roe defends himself to, 109
-, stay expulsion of Capuchins, 156, 258.

nine royalist lords deprived of vote, 113.

refuse to accept abolition of bishops, 155
-, but finally pass, 163.

movement for peace, 198, 199, 206, 234-236
-, Commons send up four articles to, 206.

signs of breach with Commons, 207
-, debate on peace terms in, 219, 234
-, statement on, 225.

six members go to Essex in interests of peace, 216, 219
-, alter peace terms unfavourably, 222.

steps to resist ascendency of Commons, 234
-, eight members threaten to unite with Commons against own House, 246.

disposition for peace among, 242
-, conference with Commons about armistice, 245, 246
-, dispute with Commons over armistice, 248, 249, 255, 256
-, Commons move against those who favour peace, 251
-, discussion on armistice, 259.

Commons inform of demolition of Capuchin chapel, 262
-, powerless to do anything for Capuchins, 264.

proposal in to convey queen to Oxford, 263.

Commons intend to reduce powers, 264
-, dispute with Commons over Northumberland Marten affair, 267, 268.

impotent against Commons, 274, 277
-, growing ascendency of Commons over, 288, 294.

object to assignment of Capel's lands to Essex, 276n.

assent to confiscation of royalist goods, 277
-, move to protect regalia, 287.

declaration on rupture of negotiations, 277
-, revival of peace move in, 292, 294.

question of new great seal before, 279, 283, 292.

Commons impeach queen in, 280
-, appeal for Scots to enter England, 301.

- See also Nobility
-, parliament.

-, President of. See Montague, Edward, earl of Manchester.

lords lieutenant of the counties :

parliament informs king of those selected, 2
-, king's terms about appointment, 6.

king's patents to declared invalid, 18
-, parliament claims independent control of, 80.

hesitate to take posts, 18
-, ordered to exercise functions, 37, 60
-, varied reception of order, 37, 38.

king accepts, on conditions, 42
-, king forbids obedience to parliamentary, 96.

Parliament forbids obedience to royal, 123.

Loudoun, earl of. See Campbell, John.

Louis XIII., king of France, the Most Christian :

to be consulted about expulsion of Capuchins, 8.

godfather of Palatine Prince Louis, 41n.

sends Gressy to Hague, 53, 59, 68
-, Richelieu restored to favour, 86.

remonstrance about offer of alliance to Austrians, 62, 64
-, parliament sends deputation to, 64.

seeking advantage in Palatinate, 62.

La Ferté acted from instructions, 70
-, Charles complains of La Ferté to, 91, 120, 126.

letters to Charles about French affairs, 126
-, disapproves of La Ferté's action, 131
-, recalls La Ferté, 137, 142, 150.

La Ferté reports to offer to defend Calais, 137
-, parliament offers alliance to, 151.

to make offer of mediation after La Ferté's departure, 143
-, Charles represents situation to, 156.

urged by Richelieu invites sister to France, 164, 171, 174, 180, 184, 194
-, queen's reply to, 184, 189.

fear that may not receive Augier, 168
-, Augier to sound intentions, 178.

parliament asks to release English barque, 178.

may help Charles, with Richelieu dead, 211
-, contemplates mediation in England, 227.

Scottish guard of, commission for, 229
-, writes to Holland on behalf of Capuchins, 235, 266, 269.

provides queen with munitions, 233.

permission to Vendôme to return, 253, 258.

instructions about Capuchins awaited, 258, 262, 264.

seriously ill, 269
-, death, 273
-, announcement of, 280, 281, 284.

Louis XIV. king of France, the Most Christian :

notification of accession, 280, 281, 284, 287.

Louis, Palatine Prince, 40, 41n.

Louis Philip, duke of Simmern, duke of Simer : 11.

claim to Lower Palatinate, 20.

Louise, Henriette, eldest daughter of Prince of Orange :

proposed marriage to Prince of Wales, 13, 131.

Lovelace, Capt. Richard :

arrested for presenting Kent petition, 55.

Lower House. See Commons, House of.

Lucarda, Margarita of Vesentino :

complicity in abduction of nun, 297
-, committed to Criminal Collegio, 304.

Ludlam, Richard, mayor of Leicester:

loyalty of, 119.

Ludlow, Ludlon, co. Salop :

king proceeds to, 175
-, Giustinian starts for, 178.

Rupert quartered at, with horse, 175.

Luke, Sir Samuel :

stops and searches duke of Vendôme, 253n.

Lupo, Walter, an Englishman :

sentence in Bestemmia against, 233.

Luxemburg :

Beck enters, 302.



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