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'Index: L', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 33: 1661-1664 (1932), pp. 346-352. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90139 Date accessed: 15 September 2014.


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Laborde. Laborda, French dragoman, alleged poisoning of, 279.

lace, importation from abroad forbidden, 79; act for, royal assent to, 147

La Fuente, marquis. See Tello de Guzman, Gaspard.

Lambert, John:
-, excepted from bill of Indemnity, 11; need to remove, to prevent plots, 64.
-, removed to Guernsey, 66; parliament wishes to be brought back, 76, 154; brought back to England by king's order, 138.
-, tried and condemned, 154; cast himself on king's mercy, 155.
-, fanatics in north claim as leader, 269.

Lampedusa, Lampedosa, island of, Beaufort arrived off, 143.

Lancashire, Lancaster, outbreak of fanatics in, 267; put down by colonels, 274.

Laney, Benjamin, bishop of Peterborough, translated to Lincoln, 233.

Lanschau. See Fanshawe.

La Rochelle. See Rochelle.

Lauderdale, earl of. See Maitland, John.

Lawson, Lauson. Lausson, Sir John, Vice Admiral:
-, tells Venetians no intentions against Spanish treasure fleet, 16; left in command before Algiers, 51, 53; left in Mediterranean by Montagu, 141.
-, captures from corsairs, 51, 67; measures to hunt corsairs, 53; harasses corsairs, 139.
-, corsairs ask for peace, will not treat, 67; corsairs ask for ratification of peace made with, 94.
-, pursues Algerine merchantmen towards Bogia, 108; lying in wait for ships with troops, 139.
-, promises to extort better terms from corsairs than Ruyter, 138; inflicts severe defeat on Algerines, 142; reports his success, 144.
-, consul will not believe has made dishonourable terms, 145; letters confirm peace with Algerines, 148, 152; news on way from, 151; king ratifies agreement of, 155; articles of peace, 163.
-, goes to treat with other pirates, 160; makes treaty with Tunis, 162.
-, returns to Algiers, on report that peace not kept, 160, 163; friendly reception at Algiers, 166.
-, sailed back to Tunis and Tripoli, 166; Venice interested in treaties of, 170; makes same terms with other pirates, 174.
-, remains inside Strait to watch Spain, 170, 173; ships sent to reinforce, 192.
-, returns to Tangier for defence against Moors, 186; going to Tripoli and Tunis, 203.
-, Giavarina to report on negotiations with corsairs, 191, 193; makes peace with corsairs of Tripoli and Tunis, 219.
-, returns home, leaves only six ships behind, 227; ordered to Mediterranean against corsairs, 273; to land Fanshawe at Cadiz, 277.

Lea, Lie, river, co. Essex, duke of York wrecked on banks of, 169.

lead, king thinks of taking into own hands trade in, with Porte, 126, 149; not settled, goes under name of William Jet, 165.

Lee, Captain, arrest of, 209n.

Leghorn [Prov. Livorno, Italy]:
-, news from, 29, 34, 71.
-, gondolas for Charles and gondoliers sent to, 4; leave, for England, 38; ship from with gondolas reaches London, 40.
-, English ships for, sunk by pirates, 7; ship for taken by corsairs, 9, 13; ship Virginita leaving, 29.
-, Bendish puts in at, 10; Genoese afraid of diverting English trade to, 13.
-, ship Dama at, 35; ship leaving Constantinople for, 70, 112; instructions sent to, about Speranza, 192; captain a prisoner at, 213, 223.
-, depredations of Barbary corsairs near, 61; Benvenuta escapes to, from pirates, 100.
-, Winchelsea's negotiations with corsairs reported from, 149.
-, English ships (royal navy) to supply themselves at, 193; needed for victualling, 199.
-, Gobato reported at, 278; Gobato left, in Elizabeth, 282.

-, Dutch consul at has news of peace with England, 173.

-, English consul at. See Clutterbuck, Thomas.

Leinster, Ireland, Castlehaven acted as governor of, 128.

Lennox, duchess of. See Stuart, Mary.

Lent, government orders observation of, 111.

Leopard, royal navy, in squadron for E. Indies, 92.

Leopold, the emperor, Caesar:
-, directs Strozzi to be guided by Batteville, 3; Rupert at court by permission of, 107; Rupert writes to, resigning post, 141.
-, irresolution of, renders France watchful, 5; interested in mission of Montecuculli and cannot leave arms idle, 27.
-, has begun war with Turks, 17; Strozzi will back Venice to help, against Turks, 25; Spaniards will do utmost to prevent breaking with Turks, 39; Spaniards carrying on negotiations with, 113; Spaniards engaged to support against Turks, 132.
-, Spanish money at Antwerp sent to assist, 264.
-, undertaking of Charles not to interfere on side of, against Turk, 270'; appeal of, to powers against Turkish menace, 272–3.

Leslie, Lesle, Walter count, at Linz, friendly correspondence with Winchelsea, 282.

Le Tellier, Michael, Teglie, M. di Telie, French minister of war, king confers with after affair of coaches, 57; fears effect of intestine disputes in Portugal, 176.

letters, despatches:
-, complaint about charges on, at Venice, 58.
-, proposed change of route of Venetian, 186; not made, 196, 208.

Levant:
-, Barbary corsairs refuse to send ships to to transport troops, 5; ships from with currants taken by corsairs, 100.
-, merchants trading to ask relief on burdens laid on currant trade, 32, 36.
-, no hope of English help for Venice in, 88; French troops from embarked on fleet, 124.

Levant Company, active for humbling of Barbary corsairs, 88; grievances of, represented to Giavarina, 227.

-, governor of. See Riccard, Sir Andrew.

Levant Islands, the three Islands:
-, Madonna allowed to proceed to, for currants, 4, 5; few ships going to, because of depredations of corsairs, 94.
-, Zante frigate going to, for currants, 136; orders issued for, 142; merchants encouraged to trade to, 186.

-, See also Cephalonia; Corfu; Zante.

-, Proveditore General of. See Ciuran; Mocenigo.

Levellers, sectaries, 86.

levies:
-, Frisendorff complains of grant of to Muscovy, 12; offered to Venice, 26.
-, Portuguese have, no advantage in obtaining, 25.
-, proposed Venetian, of 1,000 men, 33; Riccardi raised, for Venice, 224.
-, of Col. Vinder for Venice, 32–3, 61, 92, 104, 127, 136; of earl of Castelhaven, 127–8, 136; to be dropped, 137, 142; refused, 148, 193, 208; offered again, 188.
-, offered by Waller, 148, 156, 170.
-, king making one of 5,000 for Portugal, 268.

Ley, James, earl of Marlborough, Malburgh, likely to command squadron for E. Indies, 92; to be governor of Jamaica, and have good understanding with Spaniards, 261.

libels:
-, against king and government, 190; spread about in city and even in palace, 205.
-, posted up at Newport House, isle of Wight, 270.
-, circulated at anniversary of Charles I, 286.
-, against Charles II, at Amsterdam, 288.
-, exemplary punishment of, 288.

Lie. See Lea.

Lincoln, bishop of. See Laney, Benjamin; Sanderson, Robert.

Lindsey, earl of. See Bertie, Montagu.

Linz [Upper Austria]:
-, despatches dated at, 273, 282.
-, General Lesley arrives at, 282.

Lionne, Liona, Hugh de, French foreign secretary:
-, king confers with about affair of coaches, 57; letter of to Fuentes, 104.
-, says fleets (English and French) will avoid meeting, 107; talks all round the subject, id.
-, Fuentes complains to, about troops sent to Portugal, 242; impressed by operations of corsairs, 270.

Lisbon, Portugal, 54, 136.
-, news from, 176, 247.
-, fleet expected to touch at, 2: ships going to, for Infanta, 6, 43, 64; Mello returning to, 10, 30, 40.
-, ratification of treaty arrives from, 5; English frigates gone to with presents for Infanta, 15.
-, ships leaving, 9; cargoes from betrayed to corsairs, 13; captain of Louis claims hire to, 20.
-, Fanshawe to go with fleet to, 11, 30, 40; Montagu leaves for, 51, 53, 57; not yet at, 129.
-, no news from about treaty, 33; reported disturbance in, over taxes, 71.
-, Russel lived at, 52; persons to go to, to attend queen, 58; queen hopes to sail from soon, 117.
-, Cholmoley takes king's letters to, 71; Fanshawe returns unexpectedly from, 95.
-, ships for held up by weather, 81, 92, 95; some of fleet proceed to, 114; news of arrival of ships at, 117.
-, Montagu sends to, for consul Browne, 94; Montagu leaving, 124.
-, joyful reception of Montagu and Talbot at, 118; queen believed to have left, 119; impatience for news of, 124; Talbot brings news from, 132; queen's departure from, 134–5, 137, 140.
-, Experience captured near, 123n; reported fight with Dutch in river of, 166.
-, English succours not yet at, 159; troops under Inchiquin reach, 169; Morgan goes to, with troops, 190.
-, Charles wishes queen's attendants back at, 164; jewels for dowry sent back to, 180.
-, Fanshawe starts for, 183; two ships take queen's attendants back to, 185.
-, English troops sent to, 192; likelihood of troops at Havre being sent to, 240; arrangement between Louis and Charles to send troops to, 254.
-, Colbert Teron going to, 242; he arrives at, 248; Fanshawe said to have gone to, 278.
-, English frigate reaches with money from England, 251.

Litcot, Colonel, committed to Gatehouse, 63.

Livingstone, James, viscount Newburgh, Neueburgh, declared incapable of holding office in Scotland, 265.

Lockhart, Locart, Sir William, ex-governor of Dunkirk, troops of, at Dunkirk, to be disbanded, 214.

Loderdale, Loderdel. See Maitland, John, earl of Lauderdale.

Logotesi, of Kalamata, a calogero (monk), brings invitation to Charles to occupy Morea, 207; Giavarina to keep watch on, 215; dismissed without an answer, in penury, 221.

Lomenie, Henri Auguste de, comte de Brienne, secretary of state, warns Fuendalsagna king will not see him, 57.

London, 24, 26n, 87, 176, 186, 211, 218, 221, 272.
-, despatches dated at, 3, 8, 12, 19, 24, 26, 29, 31–2, 34, 38, 40, 42, 46, 48, 53, 56, 59, 61, 65, 67, 70, 72, 74, 77, 80, 92, 94–5, 98, 100–1, 104, 107, 109, 112, 116, 119, 121, 123, 125, 128, 130, 132–3, 136, 138, 142, 144, 148, 151, 156, 158, 186, 188, 191, 193, 196, 198, 200, 202, 204, 206, 208, 210, 213, 215, 218, 220, 222–4, 227, 230–1, 233, 236, 238–9, 242, 244, 246.
-, news from, 146, 245, 247–8, 251, 256, 262–4, 268–70, 273, 276, 283, 286, 288.
-, absence of news from, 242, 260.
-, 1661:
-,-, Venetian liveries to be completed at, 4; Coronel left in charge at, 11.
-,-, king to bring bride to, 7; duchess of York returns to, 31; Alvise Contarini leaves, 53.
-,-, Bendish returning to, 10; Strozzi to proceed to, 17, 38; Winchelsea sends steward to, 22.
-,-, fleet preparing at, against Barbary, 13; ships said to have left, 43.
-,-, great rise of rents in, nobility coming to reside in, 19; high death rate in, from fever, 37.
-,-, Venetian ambassadors leave, 30; gondolas from Venice reach, 40, 42.
-,-, sectaries plan disturbance in, when king left, 40; leaders of Presbyterians and Calvinists arrested in, 52.
-,-, Winchelsea expecting ship from, with money, 50; enlisting troops for Tangier in, 54.
-,-, disturbance in, at entry of Swedish ambassador, 54–5, 62; Estrades brought men to, from Gravelines, 57; disturbance referred to, 130.
-,-, Durazzo comes to, incognito, 59, 64; stay of Brahe in, 69; Batteville stays on in, 76.
-,-, arrest of army officers in, 63; plot to be fired in, 64; other arrests in, 66.
-,-, queen mother invited to, 68; Jermyn coming to, 72; prayers offered for new queen in, 79.
-,-, ex-officers and suspicious persons banished from, 79; apparent harmony of deceptive, 291.
-,-, palaces of preserved, 85.
-, 1662:
-,-, Estrades starts for, 92; Estrades in, 101; Cominges coming to, 104.
-,-, Batteville not returning to, 99; Madrid expects him to stay on in, 101; Batteville said to have taken another house in, 104; Spanish-Austrian negotiations in, 113.
-,-, king applies to, for loan, 111; business will be suspended with king away from, 135.
-,-, Gabbiano leaves, for Paris, 112; king will leave to meet queen, 120, 141; no ambassador left in, 123.
-,-, news of fleet in, 114; preparations in for queen's reception, 119.
-,-, insecurity through incessant robberies, 115; regicides brought back to, 122, 124.
-,-, serious damage by gale in, 115–6, 119; Coronel goes bankrupt and disappears from, 120; tariff for food prices does not apply to, 141.
-,-, Vinder back in, 127; Castelhaven to be paid in, 128; Estrades back in, 134.
-,-, queen mother wishes to be in, for arrival of new queen, 131; rejoicings in at queen's landing, 143–4.
-,-, ship from taken by corsairs, 139; English ships for, not to be searched by corsairs, 145, 149.
-,-, fear of trouble in during king's absence, 144; deserted, 160; partisans of late government banished from, 161.
-,-, celebrations for royal wedding in, 150; people flock from to kiss queen's hand, 152.
-,-, preparations for queen's entry to, 152; court expected back at, 162; king and his mother visit, 171.
-,-, Giavarina returning to, 152; Sehested staying incognito at, 170; Estrades living incognito at, 174; his visit to, 189.
-,-, Ormonde leaves for Ireland, 165; many bankruptcies in, 171; efforts to dispose of commodities for dowry in, 180.
-,-, king enters in state, with bride, 184; lord mayor's celebration in, 209.
-,-, queen mother comes to, 184; prince of Denmark arrives in, 193; Irishman White in, 195.
-,-, disturbances in churches of over Act of Uniformity, 185; plots in discovered, 187; libels in, to stir up revolt, 191, 205; many arrests in, 203, 209.
-,-, Dutch ambassadors leaving, 190, 192; Batailler back at, 194.
-,-, officers come to from Dunkirk, 203; sale of Dunkirk very unpopular in, 205.
-,-, Ludlow supposed to be in, alarm raised in, 205, 209; troops brought nearer to, 212.
-,-, agent from Madrid in, 209; Comminges sent post to, 222.
-,-, Hanse embassy to treat for privileges in, 217; Muscovite ambassadors enter, 219.
-, 1663:
-,-, arrangement for news to be sent from, 230; left to Sagredo, 245.
-,-, proclamation of peace with Algiers in, 233; cargo of potash for, 252; proposed tax on wool making of, 259.
-,-, troops from Havre may be kept at to prevent disorder, 245.
-,-, money remitted to, from Antwerp, 247–8, 250; mission of O'Moledy to, 251, 255, 263; money remitted to not taken up, 277; not expended, 278.
-,-, succour from, for Portugal, 248; two gentlemen reach from Paris, 249; Rycaut returning to, 259, 266; Rycaut reaches, 270.
-,-, restraint upon public entry of ambassadors in, 261–2; need to double guards in, 267; practise in, about coaches, 269.
-,-, Fanshawe returns to with Norwood, 265; Mocenigo not wanted unexpectedly in, 266.
-,-, part of silver from treasure fleet brought to, 274.
-, 1664:
-,-, Mello returns to, 283; Fanshawe leaves, 284–5, 287.
-,-, anniversary of Charles I celebrated in, 286; parliament to reassemble in, 288.

-, places in and near:

Arundel House, Catholic rites performed at, 86.

Chelsea, Chelsi, mayor meets king and queen at, 184.

Exeter House, Prince of Denmark lodged at, 215.

Leicester House, Queen of Bohemia dies at, 112n.

Mint, money for Dunkirk deposited at, 203, 219.

Newgate, Calamy imprisoned in, 229.

palace yard, house of Abraham Williams in, 101n; parchments of covenant burned in, 133n.

St. James's palace, Duke of York moves to, from Whitehall, 133; Princess Mary born at, 141n; York entertains king and mother at, 171; Giavarina sees duke at, 199.

-, park, king's enlargement of, stocked with animals, 250.

St. Martins le Grand, seditious books burned at, 76n.

St. Mary Aldermanbury, Calamy imprisoned for preaching at, 229.

St. Paul's churchyard, no fairs or markets to be held in, as used, 64.

Smithfield, Twinne executed at, 288n.

Somerset House, queen mother to reside at, 171; she comes to, 184.

Southwark, unlawful meeting in, 203n.

Temple, mint for false coin in, 172n.

The Tower, 219.
-, Venetian ambassadors met at, 23; troops sent to, to prevent broil between ambassadors, 54; Batteville went to view site beforehand, 55; references to broil at, 58, 61, 73, 202.
-, Lambert, Vane etc. removed from and sent to islands, 66, 76; regicides in, 75, 124, 130; regicides taken from for yearly punishment, 106.
-, Capt. Holmes committed to, 69, 71; coiners sent to, 172.
-, Durazzo received at, 98; Batteville leaves, for Greenwich, 103.
-, Okey's body to be buried in, 138; prisoners taken to, 211; Wariston sent to, 231.
-, plot to surprise, 212; conspirator imprisoned in, 232, 269.
-, Bristol to be committed to, 260; Huchinson imprisoned in, 270; Bayley imprisoned in, 287.

-, governor of, lieutenant of. See Barkstead, John; Miller, John; Robinson, Sir John.

Tower hill, Vane beheaded on, 157.

Tyburn, James executed at, 76.

Whitechapel, James accused of traitorous declaration at, 76.

Whitehall, Viteal, Albaula, letters dated at, 49, 133, 231.

-, palace:
-, survived rebellion, 85.
-, seriously damaged by storm, 115; libels against king found in, 205; plot to set fire to, 209, 212.
-, king's address to Commons at, 119.
-, duke of York leaves to make room for queen, 133; apartments preparing for queen at, 150, 162; king and mother go to see alterations, 171.
-, king and queen escorted to, 184; king sends for parliament to, 252.

York House, Strand, Batteville's residence, 7; Russian ambassadors accommodated at, 217, 219.

-, aldermen of, seven expelled, 64.

-, bishop of. See Sheldon, Gilbert.

-, council of, goes to pay respects to queen, 152; mayor chosen by, 200.

-, lord mayor of. See Bateman, Sir Anthony; Frederic, Sir John; Robinson, Sir John.

-, major general of. See Brown, Alderman Sir Richard.

Lords, House of. Upper Chamber, Upper House:
-, suggest that king shall appoint members of Commons, instead of counties, 25.
-, dispute with Commons about right to search houses of peers, 32; conference with Commons on Corporations bill, 91.
-, disputes in between Bristol and Clarendon, 124; king in to give royal assent to bills, 146.
-, question of indulgence raised in, 237; Clarendon accused of high treason in, 256; refer charges to lower tribunals, 285.
-, want to reduce authority of Commons, 248.

-, -, See also Parliament.

Lorraine [France], journey of Louis to, 261.

Lorraine, Henry of, duke of Guise, sends San Severino to congratulate king and queen, 170.

Louis XIV, king of France, the Most Christian:
-, gave powers to Haro to marry bride by proxy, 5; instructs Estrees to send coach to ambassador's reception, 52; greatly stirred by affair of coaches, 57, 60; demands punishment, 61.
-, refuses to receive Fuendalsagna, 57; Estrades told that Batteville acted by Philip's order, 66.
-, may easily replace Estrades in England, 58; received Estrades graciously, may not send him back, 62; mission from Modena to, 107.
-, Vienna fears rash action by, 68; said that Batteville dismissed to please, 76, 81, 104; suspicious about Batteville, 104.
-, Faucomberg was Cromwell's ambassador to, 82; Rangoni's complimentary offices with, 107.
-, demands that England shall give up lilies and title of France, 100; less insistence on, 104.
-, will not have flag lowered to English, 104–5; sends money to buy ships in England, 124.
-, Algerians alarmed about attack from, 109; sends troops to repress rising in Boulonnais, 159.
-, Durazzo hoping to get royal honours from, 112; not letting Cominges go till sure of ambassador from England, 131.
-, journey to Alsace, to alarm Austrians, 123; exalted idea of, since affair of coaches, 130.
-, said to have bought Dunkirk, 130–1; gives Estrades permission to go to England, 176.
-, treaty with Dutch not yet ratified by, 133; informs Charles of treaty with Dutch, 137.
-, congratulations on king's marriage, 152–3; Sehested's complimentary mission to, 158.
-, Jermyn takes leave of, 153; presents Jermyn with diamond, 166.
-, gets ships with wheat to relieve scarcity, 158, 175; strong representations, on seizure of, 159.
-, English realise would protect Dutch, if attacked, 161; Dutch have made advantageous terms with, 175.
-, Cominges tells will go as ambassador if receives means, 168; proposed journey to frontier, 181.
-, not interest for Spain to become more powerful, 178; supplies money to help Portugal, 190.
-, wants to recover Dunkirk to exchange with Spaniards, 179; plan for delivering Dunkirk to, 194.
-, talk of alliance with Charles, 189; Batailler takes despatches for, 192; Estrades working for alliance, 208.
-, pleased by Charles trusting to his word about Dunkirk, 201; taking over Dunkirk, retains some of garrison, 213.
-, proposes to go to Dunkirk, 201, 208; journey postponed, 212, 215; leaves for Dunkirk, 218; reception and speech at, 220; congratulated about, 222.
-, appeal of Logotesi to, against Turks, 207; has Wariston delivered to English, 231.
-, proposed exchange of embassies with Charles, 216; mission sent to, 219; mission from, 220; may have idea of buying Tangier, 222.
-, Spaniards accuse of sharp practice about Dunkirk, 228; disclaims sending troops from Havre to Portugal, 240; Fuentes gets promise about, 245.
-, engagement with Charles for sending help to Portugal, 254; Winchelsea reports intelligences of Spaniards against, 260.
-, Holles goes to see privately, 261; pressed to ask Savoy to continue privileges of Vaudois, 274.
-, expedition to Lorraine, 261.

Louis, dauphin of France, king informed of birth of, 66; congratulations on birth of, 72.

Louis, merchantman, reported sunk by pirates, 7.

Louis Charlotte, Louiggi Carlotta, English merchantman, delivered to corsairs by connivance, 9; at Genoa, 13, 17, 20.

Louisa, queen mother of Portugal (widow of John IV), Mello taking letter from Charles to, 10; Charles receives letter from, 68; reported removed from regency, 169, 176.

Lower House. See Commons, House of.

Ludlow, Ludlo, Edmund, commander in Ireland under Cromwell, supposed in London, stirring up trouble, 205; secretary of arrested, 209, 214; other familiars of arrested, 213; hopes of arresting, 214; said to be in England, 269.

Luther, Martin, English sects derive from, 86–7.

Lydcot, Giles, Coronel required to satisfy, 120n.



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