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Calendar of State Papers and Manuscripts in the Archives and Collections of Milan 1385-1618. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1912.

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La Hogue. See Hogue.

Lambeth, co. Surrey:
-, Edward IV stays at, 94n.

Lancastrian Lords:
-, burial refused to, after Northampton, 38; Coppino warns people incensed against, 39; threatened with ecclesiastical penalties, 41; calumniate Coppino, 42; recover king, 49; utterly undone, 71; leaving Henry, 102.

Lancaster, Duke of. See Henry.

Lancaster King at Arms, 226.

Lanciano, , 590.

Landriano, Alexandro:
-, letter to Sforza, 526.

-, Messer Antonio da, 354.

-, Cavalier, Milanese ambassador at Rome, 487.

despatches, 447, 449, 456, 459, 467, 4702, 482, 484, 486, 489, 490, 492, 493, 504, 506.

communications with Scarpinello, 466.

-, with Taberna, 479.

-, with Ritio, 484.

-, Gerardo, Bishop of Lodi, then of Como, 5.

Landsknechts, 387, 418, 422, 467, 498, 504, 510, 515.
-, sent to Italy, 457, 458, 470, 471, 474, 485.

Lang, Matthias, Bishop of Gurk, Cardinal, 422.

Langeac, John de, Bishop of Limoges, Bishop of Limoja, 587.

Langey, Lange, Langhe, Lord of. See Bellay, William.

Langton, Thomas, doctor, English ambassador to Rome:
-, ambassadors visit at Tours, 232; to advise pope to make peace, 232.
-, leaving for Rome, 233, 235; Toustain to accompany, 234; requests of, 236.

-, -, Bishop of St. Davids, English ambassador to Rome:

at Parma, 246; reception at Milan, 247.

Languedoc, France:
-, English invade, 127.
-, officials of, 249.

Lannoy, Charles de, Viceroy of Naples, 479, 480.
-, sails with fleet, 458; Henry protests to, 474.
-, powers to make peace, 475; will do with Milan what pope wishes, 484.
-, sails with fleet for Naples, 485, 489; Russel goes to, 486; Russel enemy of, 487.
-, ferment under, 490; troops in Lombardy, 491; fear of pope making truce with, 498, 499; agreement with pope, 506.

La Nos. See Stuart, John, Earl of Lennox.

Lanzon, Lanson, Madame de. See Margaret of France, Duchess of Alencon.

La Ogha. See Hogue.

La Palice, Lord of. See Chabannes, Jacques de.

Laredo, La Redo [Vizcaya, Spain]: queen goes to, 307.

Lasco, Laschi, Jerome a, ambassador of the Vaivod of Transsylvania, in England:
-, blames Francis I, 550.

Latimer, Lord. See Neville, Richard, Lord Latimer.

Latirel, Thomas, 602.

Laude. See Lodi.

Lausanne [Canton Vaud, Switzerland]:
-, despatches from, 199, 223, 2247.

Lautrec, Sieur de. See Foix, Odet de.

Lauzie, M. de:
-, report of, 442, 443.

Laval, Andr de, Sire de Loheac, Marshal of France, 212.

Laval, La Valle [Mayenne, France]:
-, despatches from, 278, 279.

Lax, Lex, Master John:
-, ambassador of Henry VI to the pope, 22.
-, Milan recommends at Rome, 22; Henry pleased at honour shown to, at Milan, 31; pope warned against, likely to join stronger side, 35; pardoned, 107.

Leander, Brother. See Lones, John.

Lectoure [Gers, France]:
-, surrender of, 175n.

Lee, Edward, English ambassador in Spain, 447, 465, 515.
-, not acting straightforwardly by allies, 487.
-, ambassador for general peace, 517.
-, -, Sforza's instructions for reception, 517, 518.

-, -, Archdeacon of Colchester, the king's almoner, 518.

-, Richard, mayor of London:

sends to Henry and Margaret after St. Albans, 49; keeps order in London, 50; will not admit Lancastrian envoys, 51; burgess denounces prisoner to, 60.

Legate, Papal. See Ambassadors, Papal Legate.

Legnano, Antonio de, 173.

Leicester, co. Leicester:
-, council at, 17.

-. Dean of. See Middleton, Robert.

-, Earl of. See Dudley.

Leiva, Vique, Don Luigi da, Count of Monza, 650.

Le Mans, Omans [Sarthe, France]:
-, despatch dated from, 142.

Lennox, Earl of. See Stuart, John.

Leo X, Pope (Giovanni de Medici), 383, 384, 387, 400, 421, 424, 435, 438, 441.
-, Henry VIII writes to, 386; sends Archbishop of Salerno to England, 390; English dissatisfied with, 393; considered cold, 410; angry about Italian league, 419.
-, commends action of Sforza in dispute of monks, 422; Caracciolo asks to intervene, 428.
-, pleased at alliance between English and Swiss, 429; French complain that working with England, 431.
-, great respect for Henry VIII, 431, 432; Henry VIII sends obedience to, 440.
-, no interdict against Sforza, 433; reported dissuading peace, 434, 439.

Leonora, Eleanora, Eleanor, of Austria, sister of Charles V, 470, 487, 512.
-, suggested marriage to Bourbon, 460, 4679; Wolsey wants to marry Bourbon, 482; Francis determined to marry, 500, 509; Francis unwilling to affront, 503, 507; coronation as Queen of France, 532.

Lepenec, Lepenes. See Penech.

Le Roux, Olivier, Messer Olivier, maitre des comptes, French ambassador at Rome, 123.

Leschins. See Sluys.

Lescut. See Aydie, Odet d', Sieur de Lescun.

Lea Forges, near Chinon, Euforges, [Indre et Loire, France]:
-, Louis at, 230; letter from, 234n.

Leslie, John, Bishop of Ross:
-, recommended to Cardinal Borromeo, 595; letters to Cardinal Borromeo, 596, 597, 601.
-, account of adventures, 598601.

l'Espronniere, Speronera, near Nantes [Loire Inferieure, France], 111.

Leu, Peter de, captain in Ireland, 627.

Levant:
-, English ships from, 124.

Lex. See Lax.

Leyva, Leya, Antonio de:
-, starts to attack Sforza, 514; letter to, 578.

Lige [Prov. Lige, Belgium], 418, 442.
-, to join against Burgundy, 119.
-, embassy to Louis, 120.
-, letter dated at, 653; English Catholics at, 654, 656.

-, Bishop of. See Mark, Everard of.

Ligny, Count of. See Luxemburg, Louis de.

Lille [Nord, France], 409.
-, despatches dated at, 397, 401, 403, 404.
-, Henry VIII entertained at, 402, 405; Charles to visit Henry at, 403; Henry returns to, 415, 417.

Lilley, Lyllye alias Lynley, co. Herts, 377.

Limoges, Bishop of. See Langeac.

Limort. See Anorte.

Lincoln, Bishop of. See Longland; Watson.

Lindsay, John, Earl of Crawford, Crauford:
-, slain at Flodden, 406.

Linlithgow, co. Linlithgow, Scotland, 593n.

Lione in Xantois:
-, English encamp at, 201.

Lipsius, Justus, 652.

Lisle, Viscount. See Brandon; Talbot, John.

Litta, Francisco, Milanese ambassador in Spain:
-, despatch, 295.

Litzelstein and Waldenz, Count Palatine of. See George, John.

Livano, Bartholomeo da, 314.

Livius, 11.

Lodi [Prov. Milano, Italy], 100, 101.
-, despatch from, 303.
-, Sforza occupied in defence of, 485; Lautrec ordered to take, 516; English ambassadors at, 518.

-, Bishop of. see Landriano, Gerardo.

notaries of, 594.

Lodi, Laude, Lode, Paulo da, Milanese ambassador to the emperor:
-, despatches, 382, 383, 385, 386, 390, 392, 394, 398, 401, 404, 408, 410, 414, 416.
-, letters and instructions to, 416.
-, audience of Henry VIII, 395, 417; sees Winchester, 395, 396; audience of Archduchess Margaret, 398, 399, 418; conversations with Wingfield, 400, 401, 410, 411; asks leave to return to emperor, 417.

Lodovicho, Count. See Dallugo.

Logrono [Old Castile, Spain], 308.

Loheac, Sire de. See Laval.

Loise, Petro, French ambassador to England, 372.

Lombardy, Italy, 99, 314, 427, 440, 448, 491, 502, 504.
-, English letters of marque against, 146, 147.
-, landsknechts sent to, 485; Venice asked to help pope in, 490: not included in truce, 498.

Lombards, Italians:
-, quarrels with English troops, 2235, 227.

Lombeke. Viscount of. See Hannaert.

Lomele. See Lumley.

Lomellino, Lomellius. Cardinal Benedetto, 590.

-, Lomelino, Stefano, ambassador of Genoa in England, 3.

London, 16, 17, 68, 101, 110, 197, 299, 318, 322, 359, 407, 524, 545, 547.
-, letters dated at, 8, 10, 11, 26, 27, 35, 36, 40, 425, 47, 53, 54, 63, 65, 67, 69, 73, 100,, 129, 132, 162, 194, 218, 222, 223, 246, 254, 274, 285, 286, ' 290, 292, 307, 321, 323, 324, 329, 332, 335, 338, 3413, 348, 349, 3524, 358, 360, 362, 36472, 375, 377, 380, 446, 447, 449, 450, 453, 456, 458, 460, 463, 467, 469, 470, 472, 473, 476, 479, 481, 484, 496, 499, 501, 502, 504, 506, 50914, 51921, 525, 527, 528, 530, 533, 535, 538, 5414, 546, 550, 583, 5857.
-, news from, 51, 77, 95, 113, 317, 557, 560, 573, 580.
-, Yorkists reach, 24; Yorkists start from, 48; state after the second battle of St. Albans, 4952.
-, parley with Lancastrians, 50, 51.
-, favours Yorkists, 55, 59; victory with side which favours, 55.
-, acclaims Edward as king, 58, 61, 63; cruelty in, 60; Edward sets out from, 64.
-, Towton celebrated at, 66; aspirations for liberty, 74, 78; Edward returns to, 94, 95, 98.
-, Edward leaves, 102; Warwick returns to, 106; plague at, 113; Edward escapes to, 133, 134.
-, Warwick and Clarence leave, 137; Warwick proclaims Henry in, 143.
-, Edward IV enters, 153; Prince of Wales reported at, 155; Margaret sent to, 156.
-, goods of Easterlings seized in, 167; Medici bank at, 173; Edward at, 190.
-, reported Henry VII fled from, 317; Cornish march to, 319; executions in, 320; Warbeck approaches, 326.
-, Cornish routed at, 327; Warbeck shown in, 335; Raimondo detained at, 359, 362; Henry little in, 368.
-, Swiss ambassadors at, 425; Wolsey brought to, 529; no word in about divorce, 530.
-, heretics paraded through, 532; festivities at wedding of Anne Boleyn, 557; Campion paraded through, 602, 603; Jesuits in, 604.
-, aldermen of, 50.
-, -, Bishop of. See Savage, Thomas; Stokesley, John; Tunstall, Cuthbert.
-, citizens of, 3.
-, Genoese living at, 4, 344, 353.
-, Italian merchants in, 102, 256.

-, Mayor of. See Lee, Richard.

-, Mayor and council, 325.

parliament at, 164, 166, 170.

sheriffs of, 50.

-, See also Hayford.

places in and near:
-, Aldgate, Alghat, 51.
-, castle of St. Catherine, 194.
-, Cheapside, 603.
-, St. Augustine's church, 275.
-, St. Paul's church, 16, 153, 309, 440.
-, -, Dean of. See Nowell.
-, St. Paul's cross, 23, 66, 107.
-, the Tower, 27, 100, 311, 316, 317, 325, 348, 533, 574n, 585, 603, 648, 649, 660.
-, -, Henry VI murdered at, 157; Catholic priests in, 605.
-, -, Lieutenant of. See Hopton.
-, Tower Hill, 143n.
-, Tyburn, 624.
-, Whitefriars, Whyttfreeris, 376.
-, York House, 541.

Lones, John, Brother Leander, of S. Martino, 639.
-, letter to Cardinal Borromeo, 652.

Longland, John, Bishop of Lincoln:
-, defends Henry about divorce, 541.

Longueville, Duke of. See Louis of Orleans.

Lopez, Juan, Bishop of Perugia and Cardinal, Cardinal of Perosa, 326, 353.

Lorraine and Lorrainers, 2046.
-, Queen Margaret in, 120, 125; fighting Burgundy, 149; Nicholas of Calabria returns to, 168.
-, intrigues of Louis against, 185; Burgundy moves on, 1979, 207, 209; designs on, 207, 214; France abandons, 211; defence of, 223; Leslie in, 598, 600; English seminary for, 647.
-, princes of, 599.

-, Duke of. See Charles II; Rene II.

Lorraine, Charles of, Bishop of Toul and Verdun, Cardinal Avandemont, 600.

-, Claude of, Duke of Aumle, 600.

-, -, first Duke of Guise, 600n.

-, Henry of, Duke of Mayenne, 601.

-, Louis of, Cardinal of Guise, 600.

Louis, the Dauphin (son of Charles VII), 73, 86, 219.
-, France's sarcastic reply to Burgundy about, 18; pope believes in keeping up friendship, 22, 23; Camulio to follow advice about going to England, 37; thinks Camulio should not go, 48.
-, has news of St. Albans, 54; further news of England, 55; Warwick writes to, 57.
-, Burgundy not to be told of league with, 56; is straightforward, 58.
-, friendly with Yorkists, 74, 78, 91; King of France may be reconciled with, 75; ambassadors to France, 76.
-, Coppino to see at Brussels, 81; interview with Coppino, 84; league with Milan, 87.
-, promises to abolish pragmatic, 91; sends to dissuade Scottish queen from helping Lancastrians, 94.

Louis XI, King of France, the Most Christian King, 102, 106.
-, detains Somerset, 101; Milan congratulates, 103, 104; favour to Coppino, 105; Gallet going to, 107.
-, treats with England for truce, 109, 125; expected in Picardy, 110; hard on Britanny, 111.
-, proposals to England, 112, 118; objects to Naples taking garter, 115.
-, Margaret asks for help, 116; defends Warwick, 117.
-, does not trust English, 118; secret understanding with England, 119.
-, sends for Margaret of Anjou, 120; deceived about brother, complains of Warwick, 121.
-, Scotland wants to arrange marriage, 121, 122, 124.
-, Milan offers help to, 123; Burgundy's sacrifice for revenge on, 124n.
-, sends back English ambassadors, refuses demands, 126; suspicions of brother, 127.
-, expected negotiations with England, 128; has English arrested at Bordeaux, 129, 130.
-, professes friendship for Burgundy, 130; puzzled by English news, 133.
-, Warwick sends to, 132; delighted at Warwick's victory, 135; wants Warwick, to return to England, 136.
-, gives Concressault command in Normandy, 134; dealings with Britanny, 137, 140.
-, entertains Clarence and Warwick, 138, 139; reconciles Warwick and Margaret, 13941.
-, rejoices at Warwick's successes, 143, 145; goes to devotions in Poitou, 144.
-, to help remove English reprisals, 146; helps to restore Henry VI, 148; Margaret takes leave of, 150.
-, near Amiens, 149, 152; eager for agreement with Burgundy, 153; truce with Burgundy, 154
-, cast down by Yorkist victory, 156, 159; French would follow against England, 157.
-, might be rendered suspicious by Salvatico going to England, 159.
-, keeps up disturbances in England, 160; encourages Oxford, 175, 176.
-, negotiations for English match, 160, 161; agreement with Britanny, truce with Burgundy, 163.
-, English to fight, 164, 167, 171; Scottish embassy to, 168, 175.
-, offers Edward Aquitaine and Poitou, 170; no alliance with Guelders, 172.
-, complains of Lorenzo de' Medici, 173; thinks Edward has hands full, 174.
-, Britanny offended with, 175; anxious about England, has fleet in Channel, 176.
-, helps Oxford, 1779; preparations for defence, 179, 185, 189, 191; plan for fighting English, 181, 182.
-, negotiations with emperor, 180; Burgundy fears attack, 181; intrigue against Lorraine, 185.
-, Edward asks for marriage alliance, 182, 183; sends present to England, 185, 190.
-, warned of danger of Bordeaux, 184, 188; alarmed about English invasion, 189, 191.
-, wants Milan to make Scotch match, 1868; fears will poison Edward, 190.
-, policy against Burgundy, 191; dangerous situation, incensed with pope, 192.
-, Burgundy plans war with, 195, 199; engagements of Germans to, 196, 197; said to have poisoned King of Scotland, 198.
-, makes peace with Edward, 200, 202, 206, 21012, 214; terms, 2024, 208.
-, England sends to treat with, 201; wants to get rid of England, 202; meeting at Picquigny, 212, 213, 215, 216.
-, Burgundy does not want peace with, 2069; wants peace with Burgundy, 217, 218; Charles the Bold complains of, 221.
-, wants General Council, 222; offers to make Orleans Duke of Milan, 223.
-, policy to Genoa, 226; present of wine to Edward, 229; sees ambassadors of Italian league, 230.
-, English embassy to, 231; intervenes for peace in Italy, 2324, 23642.
-, cultivates friendship of Edward 233; certain of victory against Flemings, 234.
-, refers English match to Council, 235; threatens Genoese, 236.
-, anxious about Edward's attitude to Flemish, 242, 244; Edward warns about Britanny, 243; diamond cut diamond with Edward, 244.
-, letter of King of Scotland to, 244, 245; stirs Scots against England, 245; tribute on peace made with Edward, 335.
-, daughter of. See Anne of France.

Louis III of Anjou, titular King of Naples and Sicily, 3.

Louis, Duke of Savoy:
-, compact of France with, 17; to help treat with English, 109; Bona, daughter of, 268n.

Louis of Savoy, Bishop of Geneva, 199.

Louis. Bastard of Bourbon, Admiral of France, 124, 200.
-, arrests English at Bordeaux, 129; sent for defence of Normandy, 185.
-, wants galleys from Milan, 188; sends to Genoese for ship-builders, 189; routs Burgundians, 198; sent to Edward, 202, 210; at Picquigny, 212; accuses English, 214; communication with England, 219.

Louis, Duke of Orleans:
-, proposal to make Duke of Milan, 223, 284.
-, sent back to Normandy, 290; with English force at Lyons, 300.

Louis XII, King of France, 342n, 369, 440.
-, notifies Henry of accession, 343; claims Milan, 344; threatens Milan with war, 358; friendly embassy of Henry to, 349; Henry swears peace with, 350, 351; Henry wishes to please, 353, 357, 359, 362.
-, wants to make alliance between Scotland and Denmark, 356; alliance with pope, 359.
-, devoted to pleasure, 362; marriage to Anne of Britanny, 362, 365.
-, Henry does not fear acquiring Italy, 364; resistance to j ambitions, 370; unlikely to, leave France, 371.
-, subsidy to Henry, 379; legate sent to, 381.
-, Bainbridge speaks against, 381; provision against English, 384, 388, 393, 424; Ferdinand cuts off negotiations with, 387.
-, distress of, 389, 390, 392, 412; has no men at arms in Tournai, 401; Spain to break with, 403.
-, forces of, 418; agreement with Swiss, 419; offers of Scots to, 422; lays tax of million on France, 422, 423.
-, wants peace not truce, 427, 429; designs on Italy, 431.
-, proposed marriage to Mary Tudor, 429; eager for bride, 437, 439.
-, will not agree to Henry's claims, 433; sends embassy to Ferdinand, 434.

Louis of Orleans, Marquis of Rothelin, Rotolino, Duke of Longueville:
-, accompanies Scotch ambassadors, 279; Henry VIII sends as present to queen, 398; knows Swiss ambassadors to England, 425; marvels at Swiss sending ambassadors to England, 426.

Louis V, Count Palatine of the Rhine:
-, attends diet at Worms, 386; at siege of Tournay, 402.

Louise of Savoy, Regent of France, 477.
-, Sforza should send to, 450, 462; Sforza confides in, 464; says will make war in Flanders and Navarre, 476.

Louvain [Prov. Brabant, Belgium]:
-, letters dated at, 653, 660.
-, English seminary at, 653, 654.

Lovel, Lord, 407.
-, holds Tower for Henry, 27n.

Lovell, Sir Thomas, Master Lovel, chancellor of the exchequer:
-, receives pension from France, 335; brings back Henry's pension, 379.

Lubeck:
-, embassy to England, 573.

Lucerne, Switzerland, 275.
-, diet at, 426, 427n, 428.

Lucha, Master Jacomo de, secretary of Pope Pius II, 20.

Lucius, Florus, 11.

Lucretia, Madame, 481.

Luda, M. de. See Daillon, Jean, Seigneur du Lude.

Ludovicho, Count. See Dallugo.

Luis, Don, brother of John III, King of Portugal, Don Luis Angue:
-, proposed marriage to Mary Tudor, 585, 586.

Ludovisiis, Ludovico de', Milanese ambassador in France:
-, despatch, 109.

Lumley, George, son of Thomas, Lord Lumley, Lomele:
-, executed, 586.

Lupiano, Messer, 318.

Lusitania, 603.

Lutetia. See Paris.

Lutherans, 536.
-, swarm in Scotland, 539; progress in Ghent, 540; in England, 556.
-, Henry VIII threatens to join, 566, 567, 569; strong at Strasburg, 598.

Luxemburg, 217.
-, despatches from, 181, 214.
-, Charles the Bold going to, 207; Charles in, 212.
-, French force sent to, 211.

-, Duke of. See Francis.

Luxemburg, Antoine de, Count of Roussi, Rouzi, 169.

-, Jacques de, Jacopo de Sancto Polo, 169.

-, -, Lord of Fiennes, Fienes, 169.

-, Jean de. Count of Marle, la Marla, 169.

-, Louis de, Count of Ligny, Monsig. de Ligny, 362.

men of Tournai try to cut off, 396; place at siege, 402.

-, Louis de, Count of St. Pol, St. Paul, Constable of France, 57, 111.

Elizabeth Woodvill's relationship to, 114, 196; ambassador to Burgundy, 122; English capture barber, 129; arranges truce between France and Burgundy, 152; Burgundy respects towns, 165; deputy for France, 167; to move against Normandy, 199: Edward to meet, 201; to arrange treaty with Edward, 202; Edward to work with, 211.

confers with Charles the Bold at Valenciennes, 205, 206.

-, -, eldest son, 124.

-, -, brother of, at Rouen, 119.

Lyllye. See Lilley.

Lyons on the Rhone [Rhone, France], 109, 158, 159, 173, 192, 363, 422.
-, despatches dated at, 17, 18, 109, 127, 196, 202, 214, 295, 557, 559.
-, letters from, 248, 274, 304.
-, news from, 314.
-, proposed Council at, 222; Genoese at threatened, 236; fair of, 248.
-, English troops at, 300; Francis thinks of going to, 515.

-, Archbishop of. See Bourbon, Charles de.

-, Bailly, Lieutenant and Council of, 236, 249, 274.

-, Governor of. See Thornon.

-, Cardinal of. See Rohan, Francis de.