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Lacyes, the plantation by, 17.

Lagan, the, river, 89.

Lagh, William, yeoman, grant of lands to, 581.

Laghina, the sept of, 565.

, held, as Erenaghs, part of the Island of Derry, ib.

Laharne, see Larne.

Lake, Sir Thomas, 489.

Lamb, Holy, sign of, 50.

Lambay, Island, 546.

Lambert, Sir Charles, lxxviii.

, Josias, 73.

, Sir Oliver, 75, 224, 363, 509, 510, 512, 529, 547.

, —, account of his successes, 14.

, —, apologises for not writing to Chichester, 30.

, —, number of his troop, 32.

, —, the Tyrone and Tyrconnell rebels, 8.

, —, his services against the rebels acknowledged, 11.

, —, attends the escheator in Connaught, 397.

, —, gets Sir Hugh O'Connor's lands for himself, 397.

, —, to be a servitor, 428.

, —, well acquainted with Chichester's view, 522.

, —, well acquainted with the country, 527.

, —, has made a strong building upon a thievish and disordered border, ib.

Lancashire, names of chief undertakers in Munster, from, lxxvi.

Lane, Sir Parr, 72, 92, 101, 364, 383.

, —, Lord Danvers commends him for his extraordinary zeal for religion, 92.

, —, information sent to, of Florence O'Mulconnor's landing, 464.

Lanen, Masselyne, a butcher, arrested by Sir R. Morison, 397.

Langford, Capt. Hercules, 74.

, Richard, 336.

, Capt. Roger, 74.

, Mr., 368.

, Hercules, tenant of Muckmaye Priory, 448.

Larkin, Captain, 368, 548.

, —, servitor, to be an undertaker, 428.

Larne, the "lough" of, assignment of, 395.

Latin letter of Bernardinus Meaghe, 442.

— of Sir T. Jones, Archbishop and Lord Chancellor, to the King, 330.

, —, apologises for his style after 40 years' disuse, ib.

Lawles, Walter, motions to be delivered by, 54.

Laws of Ireland, report on, by Sir J. Davys, 134.

, sent to Salisbury, 135.

Lawson, Sir Wilfrid, xcix.

Lawyers, Irish, if Sir Dominic Sarsfield be promoted to be Chief Justice of Common Pleas, the Irish lawyers will see they are not disregarded as they now suppose, 362.

Leadbetter, Edmund, 368, 511.

"Leape" the, of the Bann, 286.

, —, 360.

Learry, native of Kinsale, servant of the Pagador of Biscay, 14.

Lease, rectory of, in Kildare, 448.

Leat, Nicholas, 488. See Leate.

Leate, Nicholas, commissioner, 136.

Lecaell, see Lecale.

Lecale, a county in Down, xi.

, a sort of outlying Pale, xii.

, inheritance of Earl of Kildare, ib.

, one of the governments of Ulster, xxiii.

, limits of, xxiv.

, barony of, quitrents in, 448.

Lechahull, see Lecale.

Leckford, Captain, 548.

Ledsom, Thomas, 509.

Leghorn, road of, 278.

Leicestershire men brought over to Dublin, 5.

Leigh, see Liegh, Lye.

, Captain, 367, 547.

, —, Tyrone's fear and hatred of him, lxx.

, Capt. John, 509.

, John, 245, 247.

, Daniel, ib.

, Capt. Dermond, 541, 544.

— Sir Henry, his troop under John Plumpton occupy vale of Esk, xcvii.

, —, in pursuit of the Græmes, ib.

, Capt. Edmund, states that Chichester was appointed President of Ulster, xxii.

, —, Chichester's "whispering companion," xxii.

, —, commanded in Lower Tyrone, xxiv.

, —, hated and suspected by Tyrone, ib.

, Edmund, constable of Omagh, death of, 172.

, John, recommended to succeed his brother in constableship of Omagh, 172.

, Daniel, grant to, jointly with John Leigh, of constableship of Omey, 289.

, John, joint constable of Omey, ib.

, Captain Elise, servitor, to be an undertaker, 428.

, Captain Daniel, servitor, to be an undertaker, ib.

, John, and Daniel, to be in command of Armagh Fort, 580.

Leighlin Bridge, constable of, Henry Fisher, 508.

Leinster, escheator of, Thomas White, 495.

, plantation, the 7 Septs of Leix transplant in June 1609, lxxiii, lxxv.

, in Philip and Mary's reign, lxxiii.

, the O'Moores' country of Leix made into Queen's County, ib.

, the O'Connors' into King's County, ib.

, reverses of this plantation, ib.

, supposed defects in, ib.

, constant war between colonists and ancient natives, lxxiv.

, eighteen insurrections from Queen Mary to James I., ib.

, in 1607 so low that they would be extinguished if not transplanted, ib.

, they agree to transplant to Kerry, under P. Crosby, ib.

, apprehended rising in, 18.

, caution in disposing escheated lands in, 20.

Leise see Leix.

Leith, the ship William of, 393.

Leix, 33, 226.

, the King's fort of, 401.

Lemavaddy, see Limavaddy.

, O'Cahan's principal house there, 194.

, a ruinous ill-favoured castle, ib.

, but the land around good, ib.

, assizes held there in 1609, ib.

Lenna, John, pensioner, 337.

Lenox, Duke of, undertaker in Coleraine county, 181.

Lenton, Mr., 367.

, Edward, 226, 228, 507.

Lescartane, or Meath, 140.

Le Strange, Marcus, pensioner, 337.

Letters from
-, Annesley, Francis, and Jo. Strowde, to Salisbury, 103.
-, Apsley, Sir Allen, to Dudley Norton, 481.
-, Arthur, P., to Salisbury, 257.
-, Barnewall, Patrick, to Robert Barnewall, 54.
-, —, Peter, to his sisters, 90.
-, —, —, to his brother Patrick, ib.
-, —, —, to his brother Edward, ib.
-, Baxter, John, to Salisbury, 376.
-, Birchenshaw, Ralph, to Chichester, 97.
-, —, —, to Salisbury, 151, 191, ib.
-, Blundell, Sir Francis, to Secretary Carleton, 373.
-, Bodley, Sir Josias, to Chichester, 392.
-, —, —, to Salisbury, 83.
-, Bourchier, Sir John, to Salisbury, 219.
-, Boyle, Sir Richard, to Chichester, 96.
-, Brabazon, Sir Edward, to Salisbury, 407.
-, Butler, Viscount, to Salisbury, 352.
-, —, Lord, to Salisbury, 522.
-, Carew, Lord, to Salisbury, 323.
-, Carty, Dermot, to Jesuit and Franciscan Fathers, 350.
-, —, —, to Richard O'Connell, priest, ib.
-, Caulfeild, Sir Toby, to Chichester, 474.
-, Chamberlayne, Michael, to William Deyse, 90.
-, Chancellor of Ireland to Salisbury, 17, 91, 151, 426.
-, — and Council to Privy Council, 20.
-, Chichester to Privy Council, 5, 11, 24, 26, 33, 43, 68, 134, 141, 150, 157, 186, 240, 250, 332, 334, 343, 388, 389, 409, 436, 446, 496, 505.
-, — to Salisbury, 11, 24, 25, 42, 70, 84, 88, 93, 96, 113, 137, 146, 149, 150, 154, 155, 162, 172, 188, 191, 203, 205, 216, 239, 242, 252, 253, 326, 330, 343, 351, 352, 353, 390, 399, 400, 409, 429, 433, 444, 448, 457, 461, 467, 470, 478, 479, 501, 516, 525, 529, 530.
-, — to Sir James Ley and Sir John Davys, 54.
-, — to King, 81, 519.
-, — to Mr. Cottingham, 93.
-, — to Lords of Council, 94, 388, 389, 531.
-, — to Dudley Norton, 126, 321, 481.
-, —, to Earl of Northampton, 145, 373, 521.
-, — to Bishop of Derry, Raphoe, and Clogher, 147.
-, — to Sir John Davys, 172, 328, 514, 515, 523.
-, — to Attorney General, 222, 383, 390, 456, 478, 481, 529, 530, 546.
-, — to Francis Annesley, 322, 325.
-, — to Lord Admiral, 457.
-, —, to Salisbury and Nottingham, 495.
-, — to Attorney or Solicitor-General, 523, 527, 529.
-, — to Sir Richard Coleman and Sir James Carroll, 525.
-, Clanricard to Salisbury, 98, 252, 281.
-, Committee of Irish Causes to Privy Council, 222.
-, Cork, Bishop of, to Lords of Council, 100.
-, —, mayor and bailiffs of, to Salisbury, 30.
-, —, — and sheriffs of, to Salisbury, 582.
-, Cornwallis, Sir Charles, to Privy Council, 17, 83, 179.
-, —, —, to Lords of Council, 120.
-, Cottingham, Philip, to Salisbury, 29, 91.
-, —, —, to Lord Deputy, 29.
-, —, —, to Chichester, 96.
-, —, —, to Fenton, 30.
-, Council, Lords of, to Danvers, 101.
-, —, —, to Chichester, 103.
-, Crosbie, Patrick, to Salisbury, 105, 171, 247, 384.
-, Danvers, Lord, to Salisbury, 14, 49, 72, 92, 98, 99, 130, 151.
-, —, —, to Dudley Norton, 212.
-, —, —, to Privy Council, 71.
-, —, —, to Lords of Council, 101.
-, —, —, to Privy Council or Salisbury, 130.
-, Davys, Sir John, to Salisbury, 14, 134, 201, 204, 213, 222, 256, 280, 282, 288, 292, 300, 426, 451, 523.
-, —, —, to Chichester, 497.
-, Delvin Lord, to Salisbury, 141, 205, 581.
-, Denham, Sir John, to Salisbury, 382.
-, Deputy and Council to Privy Council, 14, 40, 53, 67, 103, 112, 137, 184.
-, —, —, to Salisbury, 445.
-, Dery, Thomas, to Edmund Morgan, 83.
-, —, —, to Barnaby Dery, 84.
-, Desmond, Elizabeth, Countess of, to Salisbury, 20, 449.
-, Dillon, [ ], to Lord Howth, 394.
-, Dodington, Edward, to Salisbury, 291.
-, Donellan, Nehemiah, to Lord Deputy, 184.
-, Down, Bishop of, to Salisbury, 458.
-, Everard, Edmund, to Nicholas Haly, 47.
-, —, —, to James Everard, 48.
-, —, —, to Mrs. Alie Conly, ib.
-, —, —, to Edmund Everard, sen., ib.
-, —, Richard, to Piers Morgan, 45.
-, —, —, to Christopher Everard, ib.
-, —, —, to Elizabeth Everard, 49.
-, Fenton, Sir Jeffery, to Salisbury, 20, 21, 43.
-, Finglas, Richard, to Nicholas Gordon, 101.
-, —, —, to John Gordon, ib.
-, —, —, to Lady Gough, 102.
-, —, —, to Mrs. Alison Hore, ib.
-, —, —, to Philip Hore, ib.
-, —, —, to Mrs. Mall Hore, ib.
-, —, —, to Patrick Gough, ib.
-, —, —, to Patrick Walsh, ib.
-, —, —, to James Cromwell, ib.
-, —, —, to Mrs. Garrett Finglas, ib.
-, —, —, to Christopher Finglas, ib.
-, —, —, to Sir James Gough, ib.
-, Fitzgerald, Edward, to Salisbury, 206.
-, —, Sir James, to Salisbury, 239.
-, Folliott, Sir Henry, to [Lord Deputy], 34.
-, Fox, Mr., to Salisbury, 453.
-, Fullerton, Sir James, to Lord Treasurer of England, 4.
-, Governor and assistants of the plantation of Derry to Salisbury, 487.
-, Hay, Sir Alexander, to [Salisbury], 262, 268.
-, Howth, Lord, to the King, 274, 321, 394.
-, —, —, to the Privy Council, 275.
-, —, —, to Salisbury, 41, 276, 322, 394, 523.
-, Jacob, Sir Robert, to Salisbury, 298, 478.
-, Jennings, the pirate, to Salisbury, 145.
-, Jones, Lord Chancellor, to Salisbury, 107, 322, 331.
-, —, —, to the King, 330.
-, Keys, David, to Barnaby Dery, 84.
-, Kildare, Earl of, to Salisbury, 201, 211, 257, 330, 517.
-, —, —, to the King, 210, 330.
-, King to Chichester, 96, 103, 107, 116, 121, 126, 148, 174, 191, 200, 202, 203, 207, 212, 213, 216, 218, 222, 236, 239, 240, 245, 247, 251, 257, 260, 263, 274, 282, 285, 289, 293, 295, 321, 333, 348, 374, 376, 384, 398, 425, 430, 431, 432, 433, 435, 438, 442, 443, 444, 445, 448, 460, 465, 466, 468, 476, 477, 481, 483, 493, 494, 495, 501, 506, 516, 517, 518, 546, 580, 583.
-, — to Lord Deputy and Chancellor, 154, 162, 168, 175, 176, 185, 190, 579, 582.
-, — to Lord Treasurer, 329.
-, — to Lord Chancellor and others, 433.
-, — to Deputy and Council, 491.
-, — to Treasurer-at-Wars, 579.
-, — to Attorney-General, 580.
-, Kinsale, sovereign and commons of, to Salisbury, 24.
-, Lambert, Sir Oliver, to Salisbury, 30.
-, Latin, James, to James Goodwing, 70.
-, —, —, to Stephen Latin, ib.
-, —, —, to Nicholas Ash, 71.
-, —, —, to W. Latin, ib.
-, —, —, to Richard Quin, ib.
-, Lichfield, Capt., to Salisbury, 334.
-, Limerick, Bishop of, to Chichester, 462, 464.
-, Lords of the Council (England) to Chichester, 20, 21, 23, 47, 48, 92, 105, 118, 128, 129, 131, 132, 133, 139, 148, 174, 185, 190, 197, 198, 200, 213, 216, 218, 220, 236, 258, 259, 260, 261, 263, 264, 266, 267, 268, 300, 329, 330, 346, 373, 378, 394, 401, 407, 414, 431, 436, 438, 441, 443, 450, 455, 458, 461, 466, 467, 468, 479, 492, 493, 495, 529, 579.
-, —, —, to President of Munster, 43.
-, —, —, to Sir J. Davys, 93.
-, — to Deputy and Council, 427, 439, 440, 481, 483, 484, 486, 487, 488, 489, 491, 582.
-, M'Carthy, Florence, to Salisbury, 117.
-, M'Carthy, Lady Ellen, to Salisbury, 482.
-, M'Donnell, Sir Randal, to Salisbury, 21.
-, M'Greery, John, to John Clinton, 93.
-, Magrath, Meiler, Archbishop of Cashel, to Sir T. Ridgeway, 353.
-, Miaghe, Bernardinus, to Robert Miaghe, 442.
-, Mooney, Donagh, to Friar Maurice Ultan, ib.
-, —, —, to Superior of Franciscans, ib.
-, Moore, Sir G., to Salisbury, 150, 169, 387.
-, Moryson, Sir Richard, to Dudley Norton, 53.
-, —, —, to Salisbury, 277, 397.
-, —, —, to Chichester, 446.
-, Newcomen, Sir Robert, to Chichester, 382.
-, Norton, Dudley, to Sir T. Lake, 489.
-, O'Cahan, Sir Donell, to Salisbury, 413.
-, O'Donnel, Sir Neile, to Salisbury, 453.
-, O'Farrell, James, to Salisbury, 354.
-, O'Ferralls, the, chiefs of, to Salisbury, 449.
-, O'Neill, Henry, to Salisbury, 408.
-, Ormonde, Earl of, to Lord Deputy, 54.
-, —, —, to Salisbury, 99, 120, 127, 478.
-, —, —, to Lords of Council, 99.
-, Parsons, William, to Salisbury, 528.
-, —, Sir W., to Sir John Davys, 114.
-, Pepwell, Henry, to Salisbury, 278.
-, Phillips, Sir Thomas, to Salisbury, 248, 290.
-, Ravenscroft, W., to Sir John Davys, 215.
-, Ridgeway, Sir Thomas, to Salisbury, 18, 31, 72, 104, 147, 155, 204, 225, 401, 515, 525.
-, —, —, to Lord Northampton, 69.
-, —, —, to Sir Julius Cæsar, 343.
-, Roche, Lord, to Salisbury, 340.
-, Roper, Sir Thomas, to Salisbury, 141.
-, Ryche, Barnaby, to Salisbury, 106.
-, Salisbury, Earl of, to Lord Deputy, 411.
-, Sarsfield, Sir Dominick, to Deputy, 30.
-, —, —, to Salisbury, 135, 162.
-, Saxey, Mr. Justice, to Salisbury, 172, 263.
-, Say, Lord, to Salisbury, 425.
-, Schypwych, Henry, to [ ], 282.
-, Shaen, Sir Francis, to Salisbury, 107, 204.
-, Somerset, Robert T., to Salisbury, 290.
-, Soutoum, Edward, to Sir Parr Lane, 383.
-, St. John, Sir Oliver, to Salisbury, 43, 303, 437, 485.
-, Stafford, Sir Francis, to Salisbury, 478.
-, Strange, Thomas, Mayor of Waterford, to Salisbury, 43.
-, Strowde, Jo., and Francis Annesley, to Salisbury, 103.
-, Thimble, William, to Salisbury, 283.
-, Thomond, Earl of, to Salisbury, 162, 186, 396, 483.
-, —, —, to Sir Thomas Smyth, 162.
-, —, —, to Dudley Norton, 400.
-, Tirry, Patrick, to Salisbury, 518.
-, Tobin, Capt., to Salisbury, 379.
-, Tod, Dr. John, to Mr. Norton, 391.
-, Tyrone, Earl of, to Henry O'Neill, 47.
-, Ware, Auditor, to Chichester, 374.
-, Whorwood, Sir W., to Sir Julius Cæsar, 103.
-, Winch, Sir Humphrey, to Salisbury, 206, 389.
-, Young, Thomas, to Salisbury, 114.

Ley, Sir John, bill to, 19.

, Sir James, 65, 67, 70, 72, 73, 112, 116, 222, 230, 333, 347, 349, 350, 386.

, —, King's letter removing him from Ireland, 116.

, —, from Chief Justice of Ireland, he makes him Attorney of the Court of Wards in England, ib.

, —, in order to have him near him, ib.

, —, Sir Humphrey Winch to succeed him as Chief Justice, 117.

, —, commission for plantation of escheated counties, 139.

, —, commissioner for Ulster plantation, 171.

, —, sets Irish Book of Common Prayer in hand, 300.

, —, Shane Grane Carrolan's suit before him, 386.

, —, report by, 579.

Leycester, Capt. Thomas, 227.

Leyton, Raffe (Ralph), 52.

"Liberties," "Book of," drawn up in Queen Elizabeth's time, 139.

Liffer, the, 66.

Lifford, lxxxviii, 228, 366.

, to be the seat of a President, xv.

, wars regarding, between O'Donnell and O'Neill, ix.

, situated in the government of Lower Tyrone, xxiv.

, castle of, to be seized by the fugitive Earls, lxii.

, Sir Neale O'Donnell engages to take, 2.

, assizes at, 8.

, camp near, 39.

, a ward to be reserved at, 58.

, assizes there in 1609, 194, 195.

, Sir Robt. Jacob's account of, ib.

, surveyed by London agents, 286.

, 26 prisoners hanged at, 228.

, assizes at, 294.

, Sir Neal O'Donnell promised to surprise, 308.

, precinct of, 404.

Lilliard, Jonas, 511.

Limavaddy, 349.

, a castle of the O'Cahan's, x.

, O'Cahan's territory, lx.

, confiscated, ib.

, in O'Cahan's country, fortress of the O'Cahan's, 281, 294.

Limbricque, see Limerick.

Limerick, county of, 98.

, —, to what undertakers set out, xxvi.

, city of, 127.

, ward at, 507.

, pirates' spoils stored at, 187.

, mayor of, P. Arthure, 257.

, customs of, ib.

, freight of poundage, ib.

, Bishop of, sends a list of those to whom Tyrone sent letters, &c., out of Spain, by Florence Mulconry, 465.

, —, reports influx of popish priests and Jesuits, 461.

, —, his information distrusted by Chichester, 462.

, —, his letter to Chichester, 462, 463.

— city, charters of, franchises, remission of fines, 122.

— —, customs of, 139.

— —, seeks release from poundage, ib.

— —, and compensation for houses destroyed in works of fortification, ib.

, 374, 388.

, repair of bulwarks of, 374.

— Castle, 476.

— —, a cellar under it, by which it might be entered, 476.

— —, constable of, Sir Francis Barkley, 508.

, corporation of, to have grant of coequal customs, 267.

, fortifications at, 40.

, Jennings, the pirate at, 130.

, merchants of, 474.

, mayor of, refused to obey the President's warrant, 447.

, —, fined and imprisoned for, ib.

, new charter for, 154.

Limevaddy, see Limavaddy.

Lincoln, Bishop of, his book, papists refuse to read it, as forbidden by the church, 284.

"Lion's Whelp," the, the only King's ship on the Irish coast, 480, 495.

Lisbone, fleet for Ireland preparing at, 13.

Lisgoole, 428.

Lisieux, Tyrone's visit to, xxxix.

Lisley, Martin, 337.

Lismore, Waterford and, Bishop of, 439.

, cathedral to be rebuilt, 440.

List of captains of foot, 510.

— —, 5 Nov. 1608, 96.

— of captains of horse and foot, 32.

— —, further, 40.

— of captains of horse, 509.

— of commissions of surrenders on defective titles, 324.

— of petitions for grants on sale of His Majesty's lands, 325.

— of concordatums to 30 June 1609, 225.

— of general officers, 507.

— of extraordinary payments made and to be made for the year ending 1st Oct. 1607, 72.

— of governors and other officers, with their retinues in Connaught, Munster, Ulster, Leinster, 507.

— of judges and law officers, with their fees, 338.

— of officers of army and garrisons in pay for half a year, from 1st April to 30th September 1610, 507.

— of servitors, civil and military, in Ireland, fit to be undertakers in the plantation of Ulster, and where to be placed, 365.

— of those of the council willing, ib.

— of those who might be induced, 366.

— of captains of companies who already have houses or fixed residences in Ulster, ib.

— of those who have none, yet are willing, ib.

— of constables of castles and captains of boats, ib.

— of other knights, servitors, and pensioners in pay, who will undertake, if helped, ib.

— — — without help, ib.

— — — under friends, 368.

— of servitor undertakers, where and when made, xci.

— of names of servitors and undertakers, 547.

— of friends of Tyrone that he sent letters to, out of Spain, by Florence Mulconry, 465.

— of keepers of the King's boats, 512.

— of names of undertakers (servitors), 547.

— of officers of musters, 512.

— of payments by way of concordatum, 334, 335.

— of pensioners, 336.

— of parties in Ulster paid or allowed sums by Sir Toby Caulfeild, to induce them to be quiet upon the flight of Tyrone, and after the revolt of O' Dogherty, 538.

— of pensioners, from 1st April to 30th September 1610, 510.

— of provost marshals, 512.

— of servitors of Irish birth, ib.

— of those offering to be principal undertakers in Ulster, with their consorts, their abilities, and their estates, as they themselves allege, 548.

Liveries, special, not to be passed without schedule of lands, 174.

Livorne (Leghorn), 278.

Lixnaw, castle of, surrender and re-grant of, 432.

Lloyd, Thomas, 235.

Loans to government by Dublin merchants, 341.

, their names and sums advanced by, ib.

Loch Coe, little island of, x.

Lodge, John, of London, a pirate, 142.

, Mr. John, cvi.

, —, his peerage of Ireland, ib.

, —, records of the Rolls, ib.

, —, lists of patentee officers, ib.

, —, history of the Earls of Kildare, ib.

, —, Desiderata Curiosa Hibernica, ib.

, —, this last contains evidence to prove that he had access to Sir Arthur Chichester's papers, ib.

, —, character of the Chichester papers, ib.

, —, probability that they were once in the Paper Office, ib.

, —, gives King's warrants and despatches from the Council contained in the Chichester papers, ib.

, —, could only have been obtained from this source, cvii.

, —, chroniculary discourses for 1612, 1613, 1614, 1615, ib.

, —, dedicated to Sir Arthur Chichester, Lord Belfast, ib.

, —, originally Sir Arthur's private property, ib.

, —, comprised in Desiderata Curiosa Hibernica, ib.

, —, this also probably in the Paper Office at some time, ib.

, —, all once in the custody of Joshua and Arthur Dawson, ib.

Loftus, Sir Adam, 213, 338, 366.

, —, yearly fee of, as master in Chancery, 338, 483.

, —, assists Chichester, 11.

, —, cross dealings of, 396.

, —, alleges a debt of Sir William Harpole, ib.

, —, breaks faith with Lord Thomond, ib.

, —, a councillor and gownman, and to be watched accordingly, ib.

, —, paper on his dispute with Lord Thomond submitted to Salisbury, 400.

, —, ordered to retract expressions used, 412.

, —, Francis, 322, 367.

Loghteoge, lands of, 185.

London, city of, 209.

, citizens of, undertake the plantation of Coleraine county, lxxxi.

, —, treaty carried on between their agents and the King, ib.

, —, from January till August 1609, ib.

, —, send four agents into Ireland to report upon the lands they were to plant, lxxxii.

, —, Sir Thomas Phillips employed by the King to accompany them, lxxxii.

, —, are made exceeding welcome by the commissioners of plantation at their camp at Derry, ib.

, —, common council of, committee of, for plantation of Londonderry, 136.

, —, mayor and commonalty of, ib.

— —, willing to undertake the plantation, 266.

, —, send commissioners to surrey the country, ib.

, —, instructions of the Privy Council as to their guidance and treatment, ib.

, —, all that is attractive to be set before them, and all distasteful points kept out of sight, 267.

, —, the four agents take an exact survey of the country, 285, 286.

, —, the agents of, claim all the best situations about Derry, 297.

, —, trench on Chichester's claim, ib.

, —, Chichester prays they may not prove like the London women, who long to-day and loathe to-morrow, ib.

Londonderry, articles of plantation of, 136.

Londoners, 207, 326, 339, 347, 348, 349, 350.

— plantation, lxxxi.

, a separate proceeding, ib.

— conducted not by the commissioners for plantation, but by the King and council, ib.

, treaty began between the King and the city of London, 28th January 1609, ib.

, the 27 articles, ib.

, —, concluded in August, 1609, ib.

, the employ of four agents to view the country, lxxxii.

, their four agents made welcome by the commissioners of plantation at their camp at Derry, ib.

, plantation of Derry 207.

, motives to induce them to plant, ib.

, Coleraine and Derry fittest places for them to plant, 208.

, the King will give them these places, ib.

, with charters of incorporation, ib.

, description of their sites, ib.

, what other benefits they shall have, ib.

, the salmon fishery of Lough Foyle, and of the Bann, ib.

, the commodities of the North of Ireland, ib.

, Sir Thomas Phillips presents an estimate of the profits to the Londoners, 248, 249.

, the difficulties of the first years, 248.

, Sir T. Phillips will endure himself great losses by, ib.

, — has made woods and bogs passable for timber for seven miles, ib.

, — has a six years' lease of some, ib.

, — the fort he has built has given the Londoners courage to proceed, 249.

, profits they will derive from fisheries estimated, ib.

, profits of cattle, pork, tillage, pipe staves, flax, linen, resin, tanneries, brewhouses, ib.

, the, welcomed by plantation commissioners, 281.

, they now are determined on a plantation at Derry, 326.

, first conference with the deputies of London for plantation of Ulster, 347.

, ask for 4,000 acres to be laid to Derry, 347, 348.

, and 3,000 to Coleraine on the Antrim side, 348.

, demand the woods of Glanconkein and Killeitragh, ib.

— second conference, ib.

— ask for 7,000 acres to be laid near Derry, ib.

— to have the whole county of Coleraine, ib.

— ask for the abbey of Dungiven, 349.

— and Limavaddy, ib.

, Dungiven Abbey already given to the college at Dublin, ib.

— shall have wood for their use out of Glanconkein and Killeitragh, ib.

, but the wood is 20 miles long, ib.

, covers the whole county of Coleraine, ib.

— want the woods not for merchandise, but for shipbuilding, ib.

, woods in Tyrone much wasted, ib.

— demand the patronage of all the churches, ib.

, granted, except those given already to Trinity College, ib.

— demand county of Coleraine in feefarm, ib.

, and Derry and Coleraine cities in free burgage, 350.

— third conference, ib.

, they demand the customs, ib.

, fishings of Ban and Lough Foyle, ib.

, admiralty of coasts of Tyrconnell, ib.

, the two towns of Coleraine and Derry and the county of Coleraine to be freed from all monopolies already created, 351.

— to have Culmore Castle, ib.

, liberties of Derry and Coleraine to extend four miles every way, ib.

, both these towns and the whole county of Coleraine to be freed from all monopolies already granted, 351.

, difficulties about the state of the title to the fishing of the Ban; 353.

, Chichester's account of, ib.

, articles between the King and city of London, for the plantation of Derry and county of Coleraine, 359.

— to subscribe 20,000l., 360.

, how to be applied, ib.

, 200 houses to be built in Derry, and room left for 300 more, ib.

, 4,000 acres to be laid to the town on the Derry side, bog and mountain to be thrown in uncounted, ib.

, Bishop and Dean to have sites for houses, ib.

, Coleraine to be built on the abbey side, ib.

, 100 houses to be built, and room left for 200 more, ib.

, 3,000 acres to be laid to the town, ib.

, 1,000 acres on the abbey side, and 2,000 on the other side, if the King will build a bridge, ib.

, otherwise the whole 3,000 acres to be on the abbey side, ib.

, lands to be measured in balliboes, ib.

, that the rest of the territory and native county of Coleraine, estimated to be 10,000 acres, more or less, be held of the King in fee-farm, ib.

, to be cleared of all other interests, except Bishop and Dean's claim, ib.

, and three or four Irish gentlemen at the most dwelling in the county of Coleraine, ib.

, the woods and soil of Glanconkein, and Killeightra from Coleraine to Ballinderry to be the city's (of London), ib.

, for use of the plantation, but not to be made merchandise of, ib.

, the city (of London) to have the patronage of the churches, ib.

, customs of the port to be the city's for 99 years, 361.

, fishing of the Ban as far as Lough Neagh, and fishing of Lough Foyle given, ib.

, admiralty of county of Tyrconnell and Coleraine to be theirs, ib.

, and the wreck of their own ships restored to them, ib.

, shall be freed from all monopolies heretofore granted, ib.

, shall have Culmore Castle, ib.

, liberties of Derry and Coleraine shall extend three miles every way, ib.

, lands to be cleared of all private men's titles, 362.

, undertake to have 60 houses built in Derry and 40 in Coleraine before 1st Nov. 1611, 362.

, agreement to plant concluded, 378.

, have chosen a governor and company of assistants, ib.

, John Rowley appointed agent, ib.

, Sir Arthur to direct sheriffs, &c. to furnish them with men, 379.

, and provide provisions, ib.

, residue of Bishop of Derry's lands to be disposed of to, 412.

, first set of planters from, ill-chosen, 437.

, pirates lay watching in the Channel for the Londoners' money sent for the works at Coleraine, 473.

, but missed it, ib.

, articles of 28 January (1610), between the King and corporation for the plantation of Ulster, 489.

, impropriation in the hands of the Archbishop of Armagh to be purchased up, to be bestowed on the Londoners, ib.

, the see of Connor to be also compounded with for the rectory of Coleraine, for same purpose, 490.

, Chichester has recommended Capt. Dodington to the Londoners for an assignment in their plantation, 504.

, their activity in building Coleraine, 500, 501.

Long (and Chetham), lease of farm of revenue to, to be revoked, 129.

, 131.

, lease to, of customs, soon to fall in, 139.

, Mr. William, 367, 510.

, James, 367.

Longford, money assessed on, to be applied to repairs of castle, 258.

— county, 107.

, settlement of, 471.

, Delvin's promised lands there, 104.

, inhabitants of, 354.

, their grievances represented by James O'Farrell, ib.

, Sir Francis Shaen claims the rentbeeves, ib.

, have already paid 400l. arrears of, ib.

, 600l. further claimed, ib.

, Sir Francis is possessed of the demesnes of Granard, ib.

, out of which the principal part of the rent was issuing, ib.

, petition to be freed from arrears, ib.

, Sir Francis Shaen seeks to draw the inhabitants to a dependency on him, 355.

, prays to be relieved of the arrears and growing rents due to the heirs of Sir Nicholas Malby, ib.

, troubled state of, 433.

, inhabitants of, letter of attorney from, 449.

, Lord Delvin's lands in, 581.

Lottery for lands in Ulster, Chichester's objections to this part of the commissioners' project, lxxxv.

, scheme for, of undertakers proportions in Ulster, 116.

, lots to be wrapped in balls of wax, ib.

, to be drawn from a box, ib.

Lough Erne, freshwater lake in Fermanagh, highly praised by Sir J. Davys, 288.

, Dutch colony proposed to settle there, ib.

, islands in, should not be passed to any Irish, 364.

, but to worthy undertakers, ib.

, King's boats in, commanded by Captain W. Cole, 450.

Lough Eske Castle, surrendered to Folliott, xlix.

Lough Foyle, north of O'Dogherty's country, ix, 194, 207.

, a district or government of Ulster, xxiii.

, limits of, xxiii, xxiv.

, harbour of, defended by Greencastle, 60.

, —, right of fishery of, to be declared, 61.

, —, salmon and eel fishing in, 136.

, Lough Neagh, Lough Earne, and Athlone, 95.

, most admired by Londoners, 281.

, surveyed by London agents, 286.

, siege of, 414.

, Governor of, Sir H. Docwra, 507.

, a moiety of the fishery of, granted by the Earl of Tyrconnell to James Hamilton, but not to extend two miles above Lifford, 571.

, —, why void, ib.

Loughinsholin garrison, 541.

Loughnaber, 209.

Lough Neagh, barque and boats kept on, by Capt. Hugh Clotworthy, 72.

, 209.

Lough Swedy, 247.

Lough Swilly, ammunition lying at, without guard, 39.

, surrounds O'Dogherty's country in part, ix.

, 209.

Loughtee, precinct of, 404.

, a county of Monaghan, ix.

Loughtie, see Loughtee.

Loughveagh, taken by Chichester, li.

, ravaged by troops, 27.

Loughvagh (Loughveagh), camp at, 45.

Lough Yearne, see Lough Erne.

Louth, an old county of Ulster, viii.

, description of, ib.

, dissolved House of, 121.

, —, leased for 40 years to Ambrose Ap Hugh, ib.

, woodkerne in, 231.

Louvain, the Fugitives at, xliii.

Lovel, Sir William, 549.

Low Countries, the Grahams sent to serve the King in, xcvi, xcvii.

, of 72, delivered at Flushing, 14 only did not escape and return, ib.

, no Grahams hanged for returning from Low Countries without license, xcviii.

, 53, 120, 383.

, Brian Kelly's service in, 134.

— and Spain, much plotting between both countries and Ireland, 299.

, license to transport beer to, 482.

Lowe, Thomas, 360.

, Sir Thomas, commission, 136.

Lowther, Sir Richard, xcvii.

, —, his house searched for Grahams, ib.

Lurgan Green, co. Louth, Chichester reviews his troops there, lxxviii.

, —, receives news of O'Dogherty's death, ib.

Lurgan, in Tyrone 45.

Lurgue barony, co. Fermanagh, 575.

Lusk, lands in, granted to James Netterville 289.

Lutterel, Mr., "intrusion" on the lands of, 408.

Lybenady, see Limavaddy.

Lye, John, pensioner, 337.

, 511.

Lyffor, the, see Lifford.

Lyfford, see Lifford.

Lynch, Henry, 493.

, Richard, 367.

Lyons, Captain, 367, 547.

, William, 512.

Lyra, Don Pedro de, captain of King of Spain's galleys, 23.

Lysley, Martin, 510.