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Calendar of State Papers, Ireland, 1603-1606 . Originally published by Longman and Co, London, 1872.

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Lacy, Piers, 104, 116, 155.

, —, attainted; his lands intended for Sir G. Thornton to be replaced by other lands, 155.

Lake, Sir Thomas, 211, 592.

Lambart, Gregory, 119.

Lagan, river, 321.

, fishery of the, 118.

Laghlen, Laughlen, Leighlin, 39.

Lambarde, supplies MSS. to Cotton, xliii.

Lalor (also Lawler), Father, 476.

, —, arrested, 406.

, —, had popish trinkets and papers in his possession, 400.

, —, styles himself vicar-general of Dublin and Kildare, 408.

, —, confesses to have been so for 12 years, 416.

, —, has, by his own confession, incurred twice penalties of præmunire, 448.

, —, his arrest alarms the priests and gentry of the Pale, 476.

Lambert, Sir Oliver, 55, 90, 185, 200, 253, 333, 357, 369, 434, 435, 454, 484, 491, 495, 558, 590.

, —, his services in O'Rourk's Country, 55.

, —, recommended to succeed Sir George Bourchier as master of ordnance, 317.

, —, his troop to be discharged, 394.

, —, has Lawler arrested, 406.

Lambert, Thomas, 256.

, —, pension of, 427.

, Josias, pension of, 428.

Lambeth library, Irish State Papers (Carew) in, liv.

Lancaster, Thos., Duke of, 133.

Landy, parsonage of, 199.

Lane, George, 111.

, Sir Parr, commander of Sir H. Brouncker's horse, 537.

, Sir Ralph, 118.

Langford, Richard, 125, 254, 420, 431, 432, 506.

Langford, Richard, gunner, 431.

, Robert, Carrickfergus, 432.

, Captain Roger, 91, 137, 204, 384, 427.

, pension of, 427.

, Hercules, pension of, 427.

Langton, Walter, &c., Lord Treasurer, xii., xiv.

Lansdowne collection, Irish state papers in, xlvii.

Lansdowne MSS., history of, xlv., xiii.

Larcom, Sir Thomas, purchased a council book of Elizabeth, 1581–6, for the government, lxx.

Large, John, 381.

Largetown, 556, 579.

Latyn, N., 362, 364.

, Stephen, 362, 364.

Laud, Archbishop, finds difficulty in getting back a MS. lent to Sir Robert Cotton, xliii.

Lawine, Robert, smith, 431.

Law books, monopoly of printing granted to one Tothill by Queen Elizabeth, 587.

Lawler, Father, see Lalor.

Law courts of Ireland, 233.

Law courts, 459, 460.

, difficulty in finding a place for, 459.

, kept since Michaelmas at Carey's hospital, 459.

, which is now to be let by Sir G. Carey to Sir T. Ridgeway, 459.

, Sir J. Carey would sell it to Government for 4,000l., 459.

, Carey's hospital not large enough, 460.

, dangerous to bring them back to the castle, 460.

, the place there where courts or parliaments held ruined by blast of powder, 460.

, should be built, 488.

Lawyers, recusant, ought to be put from their bar practice, 67, 78.

, —, forbidden to plead, 134.

, and judges recusant, should show conformity or be put from their practice, 78.

, recusant, and judges, sometimes come to church, but openly maintain the recusancy of their wives and children, 221.

, Irish, study at the English inns of court, 233.

, —, are Irish, of English descent, 233.

, English, may practise in Ireland, 233.

, Irish, are called to the bar in England, and may then practise both in England and Ireland, 233.

Lawles, Sir William, priest in Ossory, 179.

Lawson, Sir Richard, 217.

, Sir Wilfrid, 551, 554, 558, 579.

Leadbeater, Edmond, gunner, 424.

Leases, ecclesiastical, over-long subsisting leases to be made void, 241.

Lecale, 200, 327.

, Sir Geo. Carey asks a grant of, 38.

Ledwich, R., 363.

, Edward, 364.

, Piers, 365.

Lee, Mr., gentleman of king's chamber, 43.

, John, 310.

, Captain Thomas, 77.

Legg, Captain, 50.

, Captain Edward, 91.

, Edward, pension of, 427.

Legge, Edward, 204, 256.

Leeslippe, see Leixlip.

Leicester, Robert, controller, 431.

, —, constable of Phillipstown, 432.

, William, pension of, 428.

Leigh, Lancashire, gentleman, 22.

, Daniel, 256.

, Edward, captain, 30.

, Captain Edmund, 92.

, Edmond, 256.

, Edward, 201, 204, 322, 341.

, —, captain of foot, 186.

, —, complained of by Tyrone as usurping his rights of fishery, 287.

Leighlin, 511, 581.

, Bridge, 252.

Leinagh, Nicholas, priest, 380.

Leinster, undertaker, 115.

, Deputy and Council will deal with at once as being near Dublin, although it is winter, 115.

Leitrim, county, 85.

Leix, 201, 203, 245, 408.

, alias Queen's county, governor of, 252.

, monastery of, 211.

Leixlip, 194.

, Lord Deputy Carey stops at, 163.

Lennagh, Nicholas, S.J., 476.

Lennan, John, 127, 421.

Lenox, 557.

Lenthall, William, 209.

Leonard, Steven, 34.

Lester, Thomas, 110.

Le Strange, Marcus, 128.

, —, pension of, 423.

, Maurice, 254.

Letter, 90.

Letter-books of council, lix.

Letters:—
-, Anonymous, to mayor and sheriffs of Drogheda, 101.
-, —, to mayor and sheriffs of Dublin, 101.
-, —, to Earl of Northumberland, 245.
-, Aves, William, to Thos. Deyse, 308.
-, Aylwarde, mayor of Waterford to Salisbury, 520.
-, Barry, David (Lord Buttevant) to Cecil, 7, 19, 153, 156.
-, —, —, to Salisbury, 287, 337, 403.
-, Barnewell, Sir Patrick, to Salisbury, 371, 438, 482, 483, 489.
-, Blayney, Edward, to Thos. Wintoun, 208.
-, Bourchier, Sir George, to Cranbourn, 275.
-, —, —, to Salisbury, 314.
-, Boureke, Theobald (M'William) to M'Cavarr, 249.
-, Boyle, Sir Richard, to Sir G. Carew, 22.
-, Boyes, Captain, to Sir Charles Wilmot, 6.
-, Bryan, Francis, sovereign of Wexford, to Lord Deputy, 28.
-, Brouncker, Sir H., to Cecil, 193.
-, —, —, to Salisbury, 335, 460, 537, 538.
-, —, —, to [ ], 550.
-, Butler, W. (son-in-law to the Earl of Ormonde) to Cecil, 83.
-, —, —, Viscount, to Cecil, 157.
-, Byrd, John, to Earl of Devonshire, 80.
-, Carey, Sir G., to Sir F. Calthorpe, 99, 138, 139, 166, 258.
-, —, —, to Cecil, 37, 49, 50, 54, 64, 71, 73, 75, 76, 78, 96, 101, 105, 107, 122, 155, 162, 175, 202.
-, —, —, to Sir J. Davys, 141, 181, 183, 258.
-, —, —, to Privy Council, 61.
-, Carew, Lady Joyce, to Sir George Carew, 42.
-, Caulfield, Sir Tobias, to Chichester, 408.
-, Chichester, Sir Arthur, to Cecil, 108, 149, 178.
-, —, —, to Lord Cranbourne, 243, 262, 266, 270.
-, —, —, to Earl of Salisbury, 276, 285, 294, 300, 316, 325, 327, 338, 347, 359, 387, 404, 438, 442, 450, 456, 458, 477, 480, 494, 502, 506, 509, 512, 517, 518, 225, 533, 540, 562, 574, 579.
-, Chichester to Sir J. Davys, 257, 276, 300, 310, 400, 404, 542.
-, —, —, to Sir Dominick Sarsfield, and others, 352.
-, —, —, to Lords of Council, 290, 490, 576.
-, —, —, to Earl of Devonshire, 365, 380, 381, 382, 387, 392, 400, 403, 406, 417, 418, 443, 451, 501.
-, Clanricarde, Earl of, to Cecil, 176.
-, —, —, to Cranbourne, 256, 260, 262.
-, Comerford, Gerald, to Carey, 71.
-, Commissioners of the Middle Shires to Salisbury, 577.
-, Cooke, Sir Richard, to Lord Cranbourne, 265.
-, Cork, Mayor of, to Mayor of Waterford, 15.
-, —, —, to Cecil, 55.
-, Cromwell, the Lord, to Salisbury 314.
-, Council, Lords of, to Carey, 77, 192, 199, 209, 215, 265, 268, 269, 298, 324, 387, 389, 392, 412, 445, 534, 536, 541, 542, 547, 548, 577, 590, 591.
-, —, —, to Chichester, 459, 576, 577.
-, —, —, to Deputy and Council, 337, 460, 484, 488, 504, 508, 547, 583.
-, Davys, Sir John, to Cecil, 111, 142, 154, 158, 243, 261, 334, 368, 401, 463, 575.
-, Danvers, Sir Henry, to Cecil, 16.
-, Delvin, Lord and Lady, to Chichester, 312, 418.
-, Deputy to Attorney-General, 259, 307, 515.
-, Deputy and Council to Lords of Council, 10, 32, 65, 69, 70, 114, 168, 217, 276, 277, 283, 288, 291, 295, 317, 328, 331, 355, 413, 445, 459, 477, 484, 485, 558.
-, Deputy and Council to Earl of Dor set, 265.
-, Devonshire, Earl of, to Sir Thos. Lake, 264.
-, Docwra (also Dockwra, Dockwray), Henry, to Cecil, 9, 17, 23, 63, 189.
-, —, —, to Mountjoy, 14.
-, Dowlas, Sir J., to Brouncker, 545.
-, Duff, Stephen, mayor of Drogheda, to Cecil, 17.
-, Dublin and Meath, bishops of, to the King, 58.
-, —, —, to Privy Council, 151.
-, Dublin, Archbishop of (Lord Chancellor), to Salisbury, 579.
-, Ellesmere, Lord Chancellor, to Sir John Davys, 195.
-, Fenton, Sir Geoffrey, to Cecil, 12, 16, 21, 46, 49, 57, 63, 65, 69, 74, 76, 84, 101, 106, 141, 177, 203, 335, 338, 411, 456, 477, 525, 571.
-, Fiorentini, Fr. Francis, to Fr. Robert Nugent, 269.
-, Fitzgibbon, Edmund, to Sir Arthur Chichester, 250.
-, Forth, Ambrose, to Cecil, 156.
-, Fullerton, Sir James, to Sir Thomas Lake, 211.
-, Fysher, Sir Edward, to Sir Thomas Lake, 162.
-, Garvey, Niel, to Cecil, 75.
-, Gethin, Absolom, to Salisbury, 489.
-, Godolphin, Sir William, to Sir George Carew, 20.
-, Gormanston, Lord, and nobles and gentry of Pale, to Salisbury, 363.
-, Greame, Sir Richard, to Sir Arthur Chichester, 453.
-, Ilorsfall, John, Bishop of Ossory, to Lord Deputy and Council, 178.
-, King, the, to Sir G. Carey, 204.
-, —, to Sir Arthur Chichester, 206, 455.
-, —, to Sir Thos. Knyvett, 72.
-, —, to the Lord Lieutenant or Deputy, 57, 65, 70–75, 77, 79, 80, 84–88, 99, 104, 105, 113, 114, 118, 138, 139, 141, 149, 150, 153, 156, 158, 162–164, 166, 176, 177, 179– 184, 187–189, 191, 196, 198, 199, 204, 210, 211, 215, 217, 247, 249, 257, 258, 266, 268–274, 298, 300, 303, 305–307, 310, 327, 331, 344, 348, 354, 373–76, 384, 391, 445, 455, 462, 496, 503, 514, 517, 526, 527, 529, 531, 540, 589, 500, 591, 592.
-, —, to mayor and sheriffs of Dublin and Drogheda, 590.
-, —, to Earl of Ormonde; assenting to his daughter's marriage, and making her husband a viscount, 84.
-, Knyvett, Sir Thomas, to Cecil, 103.
-, Lambert, Sir Oliver, to Salisbury, 327, 484.
-, Ley, Sir James, to Salisbury, 415.
-, —, —, and other Commissioners, to Lord Deputy, 522.
-, M'Donnel, Sir Randal, to Salisbury, 518.
-, —, —, to Lord Deputy, 515.
-, Meath, Bishop of, to Salisbury, 354
-, Moore, Sir Garret, to Salisbury, 305.
-, Mountjoy to Cecil, 20, 24, 27, 36.
-, —, to the King, 54.
-, Munster commissioners to Mountjoy, 7.
-, —, gentry to Lord President, 306.
-, Murray, Sir Patrick, to Salisbury, 285.
-, Newcomen, Robert, to Thos. Watson, 181.
-, O'Connor, Sligo, to C. Cecil, 272.
-, O'Donnell, Neale, to the son of Cabarr (McCabarr), 248.
-, O'Hosey, Maelbrieghde, to Father Robert Nugent (in Irish), 311.
-, O'Neale, Henry, and Con., to Cecil, 18.
-, O'Neil, Henry, to Salisbury, 454.
-, Ormonde, Earl of, to Cecil, 70, 97, 156, 315, 443.
-, —, —, to King James I., 272.
-, O'Rourke, Bryan, to Mountjoy, 15 16.
-, —, —, to King James I., 38.
-, O'Sulevan, Beare, Con, to King James I., 46.
-, Owney, Bryen, to Cabarr, 249.
-, O'Ruairck to King James I., 38.
-, O'Sullivan Bere to the Earl of Clanricarde, 38.
-, Pelham, Sir Edmund, and Sir Anthony St. Leger to Salisbury, 330.
-, Pigot, Robert, to Cecil, 288.
-, Philips, Captain Thomas, to Cecil, 140, 275.
-, Power, William, to Salisbury, 301.
-, Pyne, Henry, to Salisbury, 288.
-, Roche, Lord, to Salisbury, 310, 576.
-, Salisbury, Earl of, to Sir H. Brouncker, 412.
-, Sarsfield, Thomas, to Lord Deputy, 27.
-, [Shaen, Sir Francis] to Salisbury, 529.
-, Slane, the Lord, to Cecil, 3.
-, St. John to Salisbury, 573.
-, St. Lawrence, Sir Christopher, to Cecil, 258.
-, St. Leger to Salisbury, 531.
-, —, —, and Lord Chancellor to Chichester, 418.
-, Stafford, Sir Francis, to Cecil, 16, 61, 95, 188.
-, Thornton, Sir George, to Carew, 45.
-, —, —, to Cecil, 116.
-, Thomond, Earl of, to Cecil, 250, 444, 484, 539.
-, Tyrconnell, Earl of, to Cecil, 192, 324.
-, —, —, to Ernos McDonnell, 248.
-, Tyrone, Earl of, to Cecil, 12, 264, 282, 359, 444, 539.
-, —, —, to the King, 359, 503, 549.
-, —, —, to Mountjoy, 30.
-, Udall, William, to Edward Fisher, 32.
-, Upper Ossory, Lord of, to Cecil, 165.
-, Walley, John, to Carew, 43.
-, Walshe, Sir Nicholas, to Salisbury, 517.
-, —, Justice, to Salisbury, 573.
-, —, Robert, mayor of Waterford, to Mountjoy, 3.
-, —, —, to Lord Deputy, 29.
-, Ware, Sir James, to Cecil, 164.
-, Watson, Thomas, to Cecil, 100.
-, Wingfield, Sir Richard, to Cecil, 15, 164.
-, Wilmot, Sir Charles, to Sir J. Carew, 4, 47.
-, —, —, to [ ], 384.

Letters patent, granting lands and offices in Ireland, made under great seal of England or Ireland indifferently, 234.

, in Irish; 248, 249.

Lettrum, Leitrim (O'Rourke's), 38.

Lettuce, Edmond, pensioner in Spain, 397.

Leur, Van der, Maximilian, license to make soap, 399.

Leven, 578.

, Esk, and Sark, 551.

Leverette, William, pursuivant, 43.

Lewys, Peter, 364.

, Walter, 364.

Ley, Sir James, 114, 245, 353, 374, 450, 451, 458.

, —, Chief Justice, has allowances, 187, 280, 281.

, —, Lord Chief Justice, invention of the mandates generally ascribed to him, 374.

, —, Chief Justice, complained against, by catholic recusants, 398.

, —, and by Sir Patrick Barnewall, 405.

, —, will reply and defend himself, 406, 408, 411.

, —, defence to Lord Salisbury, 418, 450, 452.

, —, the invention of the mandates ascribed to him, 450.

, —, interrogatories for Sir P. Barnewall, concerning Sir P. Ley's refusing copies of the indictments against recusants, 450.

, —, should be countenanced by the State, 452.

, —, Lords of Council assure him of their support, 509.

, —, Sir P. Barnewall's complaints against him, 509.

Leycester, Robert, 70, 376.

Liegh, Daniel, pension of, 427.

Liffer, the (Lifford), 249, 322, 324, 341, 327, 510, 548, 564.

, to be reserved in the re-grant to Tirconnell, 304.

, finally reserved, 320.

— to be walled round, 341.

, corporate town should be made there, 510.

, recommended as a fit place for a walled town, but no answer returned, 525.

Limerick reserved in Henry III.'s, grant of Ireland to Prince Edward, xiv.

, Castle of, 252, 381.

— city, Donald O'Brien, king of, 231.

— —, 125, 214, 463, 469, 511.

, garrison of, 5.

, kept in check by Castle, 23.

, sedition in, 47.

, a priest rescued from the President of Munster's officers, 214.

, Mayor of, attends President of Munster to church, 350.

, Mr. Chancellor of, 551.

, recusants at, 200 and upwards, fined for recusancy, 474.

, an inquisition at, concerning Lord Castleconnel's heir, 474.

— jurors bound over to answer in Star Chamber for not returning verdict on the inquisition, 474.

, names of priests in, 476.

Limerick-aarde, 352.

Limerick, Barnard, bishop of, 331.

, bishop of (Barnard, Adam), seeks to have Dromore and Kilfenora, annexed to his see, being represented as adjacent thereto, 403.

— county, 470.

, assizes for, 470.

Linnan, John, 254.

Linen, weaving of, to be encouraged, 135.

Linsdon, Richard, rector of Kilskyne and Killalon, 174.

Lisbon, 4.

, a fleet preparing at, 5.

Lisgool, 563.

, castle suggested at, 563.

, Sir H. Folliot to build there a jail and sessions house, 563.

, to be made a corporation, and a bridge to be built, 563.

Lisley, Martin, 126.

, —, pension of, 421.

Lishlie (also Leslie), George, 256.

Lismothane, 124.

Lissaghrom, 30.

List of pensioners, 251.

List of horse and foot discharged, 454.

Livings, Irish, 486.

, smallness of, 486.

Litle Logree, 120.

Little, George, 557.

Lixnaw, Thomas Fitzmorris Gerald, Lord, 98, 99.

, Patrick, Lord, 39.

Lloyd (also Lloid), Ellis, Captain, 30, 92, 133, 204, 256, 426.

, pension of, 426.

, Kenrick, 98.

Loftus, [ ], rector of Kilmore, 173.

, Adam, Archbishop of Dublin, 22.

, —, archdeacon of Glendalough, 169.

, Godfrey, prebendary of Maynooth, 169.

, —, rector of Rathfeigh, 173.

, Sir Adam, Master in Chancery, 430.

London, 462.

, neighbourhood of, pestered with a multitude of Irish peasants with their wives and children, 462.

Long, James, 2nd engrosser, 430.

Longford, county of, 200.

, return of lands in, 514.

Longshanks, Edward, 133.

Lord, Kenerick, overseer of H.M. boats at Sligo, 282.

Loughs, houses not to be built on, 135.

, houses built on to be destroyed, 135.

Lough Con, fishings at, 576.

Lough Esk, 248.

Loughfoyle, 20, 75, 210, 452, 454, 464, 491, 511.

, list of army at, 30.

, the only place not empty of stores, 149.

, governor of, 248.

, commander of, 252.

, provost martial at, 252.

, boats on, 437.

Loughmo, Baron of, 471.

Lough Neagh, 118.

Lough-ne-convie, 15.

Lough Sydney, boats on, 437.

Loughtee, barony of, 565.

Louth, 499.

, King's serjeant at, 499.

Louith (Lowth), Tyrone comes to, 30.

Lowth, Lord, 356, 365, 367.

, —, arrested for recusancy, but discharged, 415.

Lovelock, Thomas, 109.

Low Countries, 217, 245.

Luggerston, 68.

Luttrell, Henry, rector of Rathwire, 174.

, Henry, vicar of Laraghbrian, 172.

, Thomas, 363.

, John, 364.

, recusant, refuses to give bonds, 404.

, Chichester asks to have him cited in England, 405.

Lutterel, of Lutterelstown, retained in prison as obstinate, 415.

Lye, John, 128.

, lease granted to, 184.

Lyle, Martin, 253.

Lyfty Knougher, 90.

Lymavaddy, 321.

, in O'Cahane's county, 318.

Lynaugh, Andrew, Sergeant, pensioner in Spain, 397.

Lynch, Christopher, 209.

Lynch, M., mayor of Galway, 92.

Lynch, Nicholas, pensioners in Spain, 398.

, Ulluch (also Ulich), pensioner in Spain, 398.

Lyon, William, 218, 427.

, —, utterly unlearned, is bishop of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross, 218.