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'Index: K, L', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 37: 1671-1672 (1939), pp. 387-396. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90341 Date accessed: 28 August 2014.


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Katharine, Catherine, daughter of duke of York:
-, birth of, 23; death, 138.

Katharine, royal yacht:
-, takes Buckingham to Holland, 250.

keeper, the lord. See Bridgeman, Sir Orlando.

Keroualle, Louise de:
-, intimacy of Charles with, stir at Court over, 172.

Kinsale, co. Cork, Ireland:
-, Dutch ship seized at, escapes from, 257.

Knock, the Kentish:
-, Victory captured off, 212n.

Kramprich, John, imperial resident at the Hague, 13, 15.

L

Laderdal. See Maitland, John, earl and duke of Lauderdale.

Lamb, F., engraver, 226.

land:
-, debates in Commons about taxation of, 2; proposed tax on income from, 8; heavy taxation of, 15.

Landguard, co. Suffolk:
-, Richmond sails from, 205.

Land's End, co. Cornwall:
-, Falcon captured off, 268n.

Langston, Captain: arrives at Leghorn in Newcastle, 33n.

Laon [Aisne, France], bishop of. See Estrées, Caesar d'.

La Rochelle. See Rochelle.

Lauderdale, earl and duke of. See Maitland, John.

Lavezari, Giovanni Paolo:
-, reads office to Dodington, 152.

law suits:
-, proposed tax on, 26.

lead:
-, England rich in, 55; Spain obtains from England, 59.
-, Levant Co. exports, 58; amount exported to Venice, 298–9.

Legatt, Capt. Thomas, commander of the Nonesuch:
-, activity against Dutch shipping off Cadiz, 234.

Leghorn [Prov. Livorno, Italy], 210n.
-, news from 102, 330–1.
-, two frigates at, with cash, 33.
-, Clifford's body embarked at, 50.
-, English trade at, 71; Lombardy supplied with salt fish from, 72.
-, Skinner appointed consul at, 103.
-, cargoes of wheat for, 133; rate of consulage at, 286; Grand Duke appoints consul at, 288.
-, Gascoigne sails from, 149.
-, incident with Martel at, 317n.

Leghorn Merchant, English merchantman:
-, granted exemption from duty, 8, 9.
-, Arlington informed about, 19; allowed to lade currants, 28.

Lemos, conde de. See Fernandez de Castro, Pedro.

Lennox, Charles, later duke of Richmond, son of the Keroualle, 172n.

-, duke of. See Stuart, Charles.

Leonessa, merchantman:
-, Alberti to support appeal for, 209; he speaks to Arlington about, reply upon, 238; king grants permit for, 253.

Leopold, the emperor, Caesar:
-, question of entering the triple alliance, 1, 11, 17, 69; writes to Charles about entering, 7; Molina presents letter, 9; led to demand by Spanish instigation, 12.
-, suspects that Charles does not want more in alliance, 10; letter to Charles, 13; letter of Charles to, 15–16, 18–19; Charles disposed to admit, 17.
-, limited succour supplied by, 11; objections to admission into alliance, 14, 18.
-, England will not accept responsibility of defending, 20; Molina's efforts for inclusion in alliance, 25.
-, answer awaited, 25, 28; English relations with, 69.
-, agreement of Spain with, 46; Spain sounds about York-Innsbruck match, 164.
-, and Gremonville, 123; settlement stops interference at Cologne, 145.
-, Monterey expects help from, 162; Spain confident of help from, 173.
-, Gascoigne to sound about Innsbruck match, 170; archduchess mother submits to will of, about, 196; Gascoigne pays respects to, 226.
-, if neutral, Sweden will be so also, 207; England does not disapprove of alliances with Denmark, Saxony, Hess, and Brunswick, 251, 256.
-, Neuburg's daughter marries, 203n.; going to Bohemia, 268.
-, Gascoigne only gets general reply from, 234; appoints Lobkowitz to treat about, 240; tells him to be less stiff, 267.
-, intervention of, tends to delay peace, 252; declaration from expected, 263; objection to dealing with Dutch as allies of, 267.
-, mission of Peterborough to, to ask for archduchess, 265; Peterborough waiting for fresh decisions from, 318.
-, pro-Dutch action supposed to be due to Lisola, 267; Lisola signs alliance with Dutch, 268; alliance ratified, 313.
-, will only supply troops for defence of empire, 273; Dutch count on help from, 275; terms of alliance not specified, 282.
-, Spain may hold to agreement, about Dutch, 301; alliance with Dutch ratified, 325.
-, Orange advised not to rely on, as occupied with Turks, 301; may recall Montecucoli, 304.
-, alliance with German princes, 308; device for supplying with funds, 329.
-, Arlington disapproves of alliance with, 318; not disposed to alter marriage treaty, 328.
-, proposed treaty with Charles for mutual assistance, 327.

-, daughter of. See Maria Anna, the daughter.

-, sister of. See Maria Anna, the sister.

Lesdiguières, duc de. See Crequy, François de.

Leslie, John, earl of Rothes, lord chancellor of Scotland:
-, Danish resident accuses of corruption, 324n.

Le Tellier, François Michel, marquis de Louvois, Luvoe:
-, at conference with English ministers, 249.

Levant:
-, English trade with profited by war of Candia, 57, 72; trade with prevents England joining against Turks, 69.
-, Venetian magistrates in, ordered to favour English, 136.
-, Dutch capture ships proceeding to, 284.
-, only Venetian ships at Malamocco can trade to, 290; Venetian trade with, in silk, 310, 316.
-, only part where consuls levy tax on goods, 297; merchantmen for, awaiting convoy, 315; French ready to go with fleet for, 319.

Levant Company, Turkey Company:
-, approach Alberti about Pendarvis case, 26.
-, petition of before Senate, 33; Senate always disposed to satisfy, 42.
-, description of, 57–8; trading methods of, 283.
-, suspends currant trade in Morea, 81.
-, amount paid by yearly in duties at Zante, 83.
-, Pendarvis attends to lawsuits for, at Zante, 142; Pendarvis buying currants for, 153.
-, terms of commercial treaty referred to, 148.
-, takes consulage and pays consuls fixed salary, 297; opposed to Hailes' plan for consulage at Venice, 302n., 319; considering question of salary for consul, 326.

Levant Islands:
-, ships from, ask exemption from duty, if take wheat to, 108–9; Alberti to get merchants to take wheat to, 110, 120, 160.
-, complaint of ministers in taking part in buying and selling, 129.
-, orders for good treatment of English at, 260, 262.

-, See also Cephalonia; Corfu; Zante.

levies:
-, of English, Scotch and Irish for France make no progress, 80; Dutch jealousy about, 87.
-, Molina considers grant of, as already made, 85; granted, 89; for Scotland and Ireland, but not England, 91; unpopularity of service, 101.
-, of cavalry regiment for France, 116.

Leyen, Carl Caspar von der, elector of Treves:
-, alliance with emperor, 308.

Leyonberg, John Barkman, Swedish resident in England:
-, opinion of situation, 49; suggestion for giving fresh powers to, 74.
-, expecting the ambassador about arbitration, 80; always promising arrival of Spaar, 91; hires house for him, 99.
-, labouring in vain for a favour, 253; says Sweden may have to join German princes against France, 282, 285.

libel:
-, Dutch against Charles, he answers, 222.

Liddell, Capt. George, commander of the Roebuck:
-, activity against Dutch shipping off Cadiz, 234.

Ligne, Claude Lamoral prince of, Ligni, to be governor of Milan, 199.

Lille [Nord, France]:
-, conference at, 2, 3; Buckingham followed king to, 54.
-, governor of, 112n.

Lillo [Prov. Antwerp, Belgium]:
-, Grotius arrested at, 266.

Limburg [Prov. Belgium]:
-, Monterey gets grant from, 119.

Linch, Linke. See Lynch.

Linchen. See Lynck.

Lindenow, Christofle, Danish resident in England:
-, exertions about flag affair, 6; celebrates birth of prince, 123.

linen:
-, trade in, 58.

Linque, Linti, Lintz. See Lynck.

Lion. See Lyon.

Lionne, Liona, Hughes de, marquis de Fresne, French foreign secretary:
-, Iturrieta to remonstrate with about French violence, 3; opposed to march into Flanders, 4.

Lira, Manuel Francisco de, Spanish ambassador at the Hague:
-, arranges treaty with Dutch for mutual assistance, 140, 142.
-, instructed to advise Dutch to yield to English demands, 164, 173; report of sent to Oñate, 169; secret known to, 199.

Lisbon, Portugal:
-, news from, 277.
-, Melo awaiting instructions from, 126; treaty of alliance progressing at, 222.
-, Hales expects consulage on ships from, 286, 299; rate of consulage at, 297; suggested convoy of Venetian ships to, 320.

Lisola, Francis Paul, freiherr von, baron dell'Isola, imperial ambassador:
-, mission of to Aix, 13; ambassador at Hague, 15.
-, Molina writing to about emperor's admission to alliance, 17.
-, letter of Arlington to, referred to, 19.
-, speaks of Brandenburg helping Dutch, 131; called the Dutch Intelligencer, 275.
-, English fear machinations of, 267; signs league between emperor and Dutch at the Hague, 268; ratification sent to, 313.
-, constantly running between Brussels and the Hague, 275.

Little Holland, Dutch warship:
-, sunk in attack on Smyrna fleet, 185.

Lizard, co. Cornwall:
-, Falcon captured off, 271n.

Lizza, Pietro, 122.

-, the brothers, 122.

Lobkowitz, Locovitz, Wenceslas, prince of:
-, dispute with Gremonville, 92; settled, 96.
-, chosen to treat with Gascoigne about marriage, 240; told to be less stiff, 267; Arlington says obstructing match, 275.

Lockhart, Sir William, lord Locard:
-, proposed mission to France and Germany, 184; negotiations with Brandenburg fruitless, 237.

Lombardy, Italy:
-, supplied with salt fish from Leghorn, 72.

London, 16, 18, 34, 41–2, 78, 84, 95, 103, 123, 131, 133, 141, 146, 149, 177, 217–18, 232, 256–7, 262, 279, 284n.
-, despatches dated at, 2, 6, 8, 11, 13, 15, 17–18, 20, 23, 25–6, 28, 31, 33, 35, 38–9, 41, 43–4, 46–7, 50, 53–4, 74, 76, 78, 80, 84, 86, 89, 90, 92, 94, 98–9, 102–3, 106–8, 110, 112, 114–17, 120–1, 123, 127, 132–3, 136, 138, 141, 143, 146, 149, 158, 162–3, 166, 169, 170, 172, 176, 180, 184, 186, 188, 190, 196, 198, 200, 202–7, 209, 216, 219, 221–2, 224, 226, 231, 233, 237, 239, 245, 247, 252–3, 258, 262, 264–5, 267, 269, 272–3, 275–6, 279, 280, 282–3, 286, 288, 292, 294, 296–7, 300, 302–3, 309, 310, 314–17, 319, 320–2, 324–7, 329, 330.
-, letters dated at, 6.
-, news from, 305.
-, trading companies formed in, 57–8.
-, Presbyterians numerous in, 61.
-, (1671):
-,-, Coventry's assailants flee from, 6; murder of Virnill in, 40.
-,-, prince of Orange in, 20; he leaves, 23; Molina ordered to leave, for Paris, 46.
-,-, suggestion to fix price of currants at, 29; proposals about salt fish trade may have great weight in, 42.
-,-, king leaves for country diversions, 34; king leaves for Chatham, 46; king away from in summer, 75.
-,-, Colbert to give account of negotiations in, 35; expected back in, 47; Colbert to stay in till end of year, 52.
-,-, dispute between Lords and Commons talk of, 40.
-,-, Montagu arrives in, from Paris, 44; Lauderdale lives in, 68.
-,-, alarm in at march of Louis to Dunkirk, 45–6.
-,-, Haugwitz arrives in, from Saxony, 47; resident of Hamburg leaves, 74.
-,-, disturbances by apprentices in, 50.
-,-, population and wealth, stone replaces wood in rebuilding, 55; great rise of rents in, 76.
-,-, Molina will cut short stay in, 75.
-,-, Court and foreign ministers away from, 77; king returns to for Council meeting, 85, 88.
-,-, Molina only ambassador left in, 88; suffers from absence of Court, 89; citizens hope Court will not leave, 91; king and queen back in, 92–3; York back in, 96; queen returns to, 110.
-,-, report of Merlin in, 104.
-,-, king leaving, 106, 110; king and Court return to, 115.
-,-, baron Spaar expected in, 106; Portuguese ambassador maintained in by English money, 115.
-,-, increasing suspicion in, at equipment of fleet, 113; French money said to have arrived in, 123.
-,-, rebuilt after fire, king inspects, 120.
-,-, opinion in that trade will suffer by Dutch war, 121; proposal in to stop importing currants, 166.
-,-, Molina stays on in, 121; Marquis Fresno starts for, 125; Seignelay leaves, 161; reason for his being sent to, 167.
-,-, Modiford arrives in, 135; Meerman sent to, 179.
-, 1672:
-,-, Fresno gives orders for reception in, 158; he will not come to till hears from Spain, 162.
-,-, drum being beaten for recruits in, 170; report in Paris of slackness in about, 172.
-,-, York back in, 182; York busy at, about fleet, 201.
-,-, Boreel stays on in, 188; Boreel leaving, 195; Meerman undecided about leaving, 199; Meerman sequestrated in, 205.
-,-, mustering of sailors in, for fleet, 199.
-,-, Fresno's state entry into, 201; Alberti back in, 216.
-,-, king recalled to by press of business, 206; queen returns to, 212; king returns to from Portsmouth, 213.
-,-, York may be recalled to, 218; he refuses to retire to, 233.
-,-, Dodington sent to Venice to be kept away from, 221; king wants trade negotiations with Venice to be at, 238.
-,-, rate of exchange with Holland in favour of, 230.
-,-, Court leaves for fleet and returns to, 235; Buckingham and Arlington return to, 263.
-,-, proposal to open public bank at, 239; no merchant has failed in since the war, 295.
-,-, Dodington recalled to, 240; Monmouth returns to, from Dunkirk, 269, 271.
-,-, Van Beuningen urged war in, 244; Dutch sent peace envoys to without consulting Spain, 245.
-,-, merchantmen arrive at from Portsmouth, 262; tax on ships affects alone, 293.
-,-, Jews of, own cargo of Falcon, 268; sailors not paid until return to, 287.
-,-, count de la Gardie arrives in, 274; other Swedish ambassadors to come to, 282; Schomberg arrives in, from Portugal, 302.
-,-, Charles returns to, from fleet, 290; York returns to, 291; refugee rebel sent by Louis to, 294.
-,-, people of desire peace, 294.
-,-, unpolished Venetian glass bought in, 300, 327; possibility of developing trade in, 300; question of sending Venetian silk to, 316.
-,-, merchants of resent change in consulage, 302; Hailes leaves for Venice, 309.
-,-, ambassador to be sent from, to Vienna, 303.
-,-, York returns to, king expected at, 306; king returns to, and holds several councils, 308.
-,-, Venetian firms should establish themselves in, 319; import of drinking glasses at, 330.

-, lord mayor of. See Waterman, Sir George.

-, places in and near:

Exchange, 34n., 226.

Marshalsea, 158n.

St. James's palace, duchess of York dies at, 35n.; queen leaves, 76.

Savoy, the, 231.

Somerset House, chapel at, 62; queen takes over, to live at, 76.

Strand, 226.

the Tower:
-, theft of crown jewels at, 49; Charles Modyford sent to, 85, 112; and Thomas, 127, 135; Downing sent to, 168; released from, 189.
-, money from France taken to, 161n.

Whitehall, Manchester dies at, 50n.
-, great hall of, parliament meets king at, 29.
-, palace, queen cohabits with king at, 76.
-, letters dated at, 36, 241.
-, decree issued at, 221, 231, 239, 281.

York House, 226:
-, Colbert entertains king and queen at, 15n.

-, fire of. See fire of London.

London, royal navy, Spragge's flagship at Solebay, York changes to, 224.

Lords, House of. Upper House:
-, and the money grant, 2.
-, proposes exclusion of all foreign manufactures, 5.
-, and Coventry case, 10, 12, 18, 20.
-, ancient antipathy between and Commons, 18; criticism of king in, 24.
-, claim to join with Commons in voting money, 24; confers with Commons and passes clauses of money bill, 26; gives way, 27.
-, rejects bill against Catholics, 25; conference with Commons, 27; settlement reached, 29.
-, refuses to pass fresh laws against Catholics, 29; bill against Catholics to be read in, 34.
-, and supply, 32; dispute with Commons over money bill, 40, 45.
-, speech of Lucas condemned in, 32.
-, constitution and powers of, 60.
-, king proposes to influence by disposal of offices, 143.

-, -, See also parliament.

Lorraine:
-, curt reply of France about, 1; French forces occupy, 3.
-, Spanish representations to Venice about, 2, 3; ministers glad that England not pledged for, 12; rumoured adjustment with France, 78.

-, duke of. See Charles III.

Lorraine, Prince Charles of:
-, appointed governor of Flanders, 199.

Lorraine, Louis Joseph of, duke of Guise, 234n.
-, arrives in England, 52; returns to France, 74.

-, -, -, Isabel, widow of, duchess of Guise, suggested as bride for York, 234.

-, Margaret of, dowager duchess of Orleans, death of, 200; mourning for, 209, 210.

Louis XIV, king of France, the Most Christian, 189.
-, 1671:
-,-, curt reply to Windisgratz, about Lorraine, 1; justifies action against Lorraine, 5.
-,-, claims to Flanders, 2, 3; ambassador justifies proceedings, at Venice, 18.
-,-, effort to stir feeling against in parliament, 4; allusion to in Commons' debates, 13.
-,-, decides on march to Dunkirk, 4; determined to harass the allies, 17; stir in Commons caused by march, 21.
-,-, Charles asks to prolong terms of arbitration, 5, 6; agrees to do so, 12, 18.
-,-, Spaniards count on promise to keep peace, 17; Mesia appreciates English attitude to, 30.
-,-, suspicion of in England about agreement with Dutch, 22; exchange between Charles and Colbert about, 22n.
-,-, Alberti records opinion of English attitude to, 23; English government watching, 28.
-,-, suspicion that preparations against Dutch a blind, 24; visit to conquered territories, 27; Colbert will go to Dunkirk to meet, 35, 45.
-,-, moment is opportune for attempting agreement with, 33; Colbert to remonstrate with for excessive consideration for England, 35.
-,-, Montagu promises that will act sincerely about Spanish territories, 33; Molina suspects secret understanding of Charles with, 41.
-,-, Boreel insists on necessity of checking, Dutch overborne by, 39; arms in earnest in spite of Dutch bluster, 45.
-,-, approach to Dunkirk causes stir in England, 43, 45–6; Bellasis sent to compliment, 44.
-,-, Montagu waiting return to Paris, 44; decides to return, 49.
-,-, offers condolences on death of duchess of York, 44; entertains Monmouth at Dunkirk, 51; and Buckingham, 53.
-,-, Colbert says inclined towards the alliance, 46; efforts to dissolve it, 52.
-,-, proposed to lull the powers by promenade to Dunkirk, 49; English government pleased at conduct of, 51.
-,-, sends Colbert back to England until end of year, 52; Dutch fear secret arrangements with England, 53.
-,-, unlikely to exchange Flanders conquests, 52; Dutch urge Spain to comply with demands of, 74.
-,-, Buckingham followed to Lille and Tournai, 54; asks for levies of English, Scotch and Irish, 80.
-,-, gives asylum to Clarendon, 66; Boreel says does not want war, 78.
-,-, policy to promote trade, 69; English policy to prevent Spain making treaty with, 70.
-,-, ready to settle boundaries by arbitration, 74; ready for exchanges, 75; demanded satisfaction for affront to Gremonville, 92n.
-,-, Colbert expatiates on trust England can place in, 75; pleased at having kept England neutral, 80.
-,-, Dutch policy to parley with, 78; position improved through jealousies of allies, 83.
-,-, sends Sillery and Pompone to Sweden, 80; pressing request for English levies, 87.
-,-, England seeking better understanding with, 84; Montagu going back when returns to Paris, 88.
-,-, England does not approve of Dutch throwing themselves into arms of, 85; Molina does not know what satisfaction will receive from Dutch, 91.
-,-, Monterey alarmed by vicinity to Mons, 85; English levies granted to, 89, 91; Roscommon raising troops for, 90, 101.
-,-, will not undertake anything without help or neutrality of England, 91; Boreel says England relies too much on fair words of, 98.
-,-, Montagu to discover real intention about boundaries, 93; England relies on promise of peace, 99; England attentive to real designs of, 107.
-,-, Oñate reports plan to renew attack on Flanders, 105; Molina apprehensive about, but England not alarmed, 106.
-,-, St. Kitts restored by, 106; claims to Lynck and Condé, 194.
-,-, Dutch may have some project of adjustment with, 111; England steals a march on, with respect to Dutch, 113.
-,-, pledge to supply money to Charles, 113.
-,-, expected attack on Dutch, 115; English ships will render formidable at sea, 120.
-,-, cavalry troop being raised for, in England, 116.
-,-, gives fresh promise to maintain peace with Spain, 117, 142; intimate relations with Charles, 138–9.
-,-, sends large sums for hire of English fleet, 120; hope of ready money from in danger, 126.
-,-, Dutch want open war with, 120; great armaments of, 134.
-,-, England safe from aggression by, 123; importance of English neutrality to, 126.
-,-, England does not want to depend on promises of, 131; Dutch encouraged to resist, 137.
-,-, Dutch send civil letter to, 138, 140; his reply to, 140.
-, 1672:
-,-, would like to detach Spain from Dutch, 142; England keeps up hopes, about Spain, 147.
-,-, considered English interest to side with, 145.
-,-, Charles eggs on against Dutch, 146; Dutch wish to create impression of negotiations with, 147.
-,-, orders Pomponne to avoid meeting de Witt, 147; Charles induced to join to punish insolence of Dutch, 172, 174.
-,-, and attack on Dutch, 154–5, 163, 165; threatens attack on Spanish dominions, 155.
-,-, England considering open alliance with, 156; England fears being left in the lurch by, 157, 169; England will not desert, if remains steadfast, 168.
-,-, Dutch stir up English about designs of, 162; English believe war made at instigation of, 179.
-,-, will not spare money, over Dutch war, 165; will say that making war for sake of England, 179.
-,-, queen regent of Spain hopes to satisfy, about helping Dutch, 169; English awaiting decision, after Spanish action, 171; Charles warns not to attack Spain, 190.
-,-, determined to attack Dutch and will invade Flanders if Monterey helps them, 174; steadfast for war because of designs on Flanders, 178; attraction of Flanders for, 196.
-,-, necessity of support of, for Charles, 179n.; Court mourning for daughter of, 184.
-,-, English discover why adheres to alliance, 183; waiting for sign from England to declare war, 185.
-,-, date of departure announced, 184; Monmouth wishes to be present at, 196.
-,-, not desirable for to undertake two wars at once, 190; invitation for Spain to join with, in war, 191.
-,-, sends troops to help elector of Cologne, 193–4; Sweden will lead forces wherever may desire, 202.
-,-, complains to Molina of Monterey, 196; will have to employ force to secure passage, 203.
-,-, Colbert receives declaration of war from, 197; Montagu takes leave of, desire to continue correspondence with England, 200.
-,-, Monmouth received by, 200; at Charleroi, sends friendly assurances to Monterey, 208.
-,-, arrangement with England for partition of conquests, 203; Spain may leave Dutch at mercy of, 206–7.
-,-, subsidy paid by to Sweden, 206; sends money to England to pay for armament, 222.
-,-, pleased at news of junction of fleets, and of Charles' visit to French, 214; Charles says should purchase big harbours or sell his big ships, 219.
-,-, Dutch caricature represents leading Charles by the nose, 221, and Charles, dancing to fiddling of, 222; van Beuningen always exasperated, 244.
-,-, Spain recovering from surprise by, 222; Spain watching efforts to strengthen French party at Rome, 227.
-,-, gives English troops precedence after guards, 227.
-,-, Charles sends envoys to about Dutch peace advances, 230, 235; from fear of giving umbrage to, 236.
-,-, might favour duchess of Guise as bride for York, 234; Sylvius to congratulate on birth of son, 237.
-,-, success of makes Charles cut a sorry figure, 236, 245; triumph a procession, 237.
-,-, asks for commissioners to confer with Dutch, 237; Buckingham and Arlington sent to deter from secret arrangements with Dutch, 244.
-,-, Spain tries to use Innsbruck match to detach England from, 240; reviewed troops before Utrecht, 249.
-,-, portentous success of may force Spain to change policy, 240; English alarm at, 245.
-,-, Charles cannot doubt sworn faith of, 244, 251; could not rely on truth of Dutch, 245; England apprehensive of exuberant success of, 251.
-,-, receives English ambassadors and long conference with, 249, 256; urged to press attack on Dutch, 250; final object is destruction of Dutch, 255.
-,-, very wise, alive to danger of establishing English on the continent, 250; emperor's alliances likely to check, 251.
-,-, relies on making diversions in the empire, 251; determined not to listen to any proposals from empire, 266.
-,-, new treaty with, but each king free to treat separately with Dutch, 261; hoped that will abide firmly by the treaty, 263; Charles more closely allied with than ever, 281.
-,-, report that Dutch will cede Brabant fortresses to, in exchange, 263; Orange means to settle account with, later, 269.
-,-, may wish to detach Holland by an offer of peace, 266; would fain avoid a conflict with so many allies, 269.
-,-, intervention of empire makes it difficult for Charles to persevere in alliance with, 269; not anxious to wage war with several powers at once, 279, 285.
-,-, dissatisfied with services of English troops, 269; decides to move against Brandenburg troops, 275.
-,-, count de la Gardie to offer Swedish mediation to, 274; Sweden's obligation to by treaty, 282, 285.
-,-, English rely on moderation of, with Orange, 278; chances of Orange withstanding, 296.
-,-, Sweden not ashamed to break promise to, 285; may have to come to terms if Sweden sides with empire, 313.
-,-, Fresno says must be bound to keep peace by force, 285; says Charles might moderate pretensions of, 301.
-,-, gives up a rebel to Charles, 294; contribution of, to English fleet, 296.
-,-, suspicion of English arrangements with Austria to prejudice of, 304; Blanquefort to reassure about, 318.
-,-, Savile sent to, gives account of Solebay battle, 305; mediation accepted by, 307; great promises for a Swedish match, 318.
-,-, means to resist imperialists by force, 308; proposals at Ratisbon to quiet princes, 320.
-,-, Spain fears being left alone to face, 313; Buckingham does not believe will fight Spain for helping Dutch, 314; he says Charles cannot break promise with, 316.
-,-, Arlington against compromising England for benefit of, 314; Arlington's attitude, to, 318.
-,-, accession of Sweden might lead imperialists to abandon Dutch to mercy of, 317; English waiting to learn views of, 326.
-,-, Blanquefort to command body guard of, 321.
-,-, orders fleet to be ready for sea, 324; Montagu goes to concert measures with, 326.
-,-, expected in England to prefer a settlement to fighting, 328.

-, daughter of. See Maria Theresa, the daughter.

Louis François, duke of Anjou, son of Louis XIV:
-, congratulations on birth of, 237; mourning for death, 317–18.

Louvain, Lovain [Prov. Brabant, Belgium]:
-, Monterey fears surprise at, 278.

Louvois, marquis de. See Le Tellier, François.

Low Countries. See Flanders, Netherlands.

Lower House. See Commons, House of.

Lowther, Sir William:
-, appointed commissioner of the customs, 108.

Lucarno, Count Camillo di, 211.

Lucas, Luques, John lord, of Shenfield:
-, speech in Lords criticising government, 24; speech printed and condemned by Lords, 32; book-seller punished for circulating speech, 34.
-, death of, 34n.

Ludman, Bernard, captain of the Monk, killed at Solebay, 232.

Lugana, Marquis of, complains of English lack of respect for Spanish ports, 235n.

Lunenburg [German Empire]:
-, help for Dutch from, 120.

Luvoe. See Le Tellier, François Michel, marquis de Louvois.

Luxemburg, duc de. See Montmorency Bouteville, François Henri de.

Lynch, Linch, Linke, Sir Thomas, governor of Jamaica:
-, sails, 88; arrives, proclaims peace with the Spaniards, 112.

Lynck, Linchen, Linque, Linti, Lintz [Nord, France]:
-, French claims to, 3, 194; arbitration about, 12, 18, 191.

Lyon, Lyons [Rhone, France]:
-, news sent via, 184.

Lyon, Lion, lord:
-, Danish resident's charges against, 324n.



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