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Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 10, 1603-1607. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1900.

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L'Hoste, Nicolas, otherwise Tea, Secretary to M. de Villeroy, his treachery, 212;

proposal to embalm, after his suicide, to stand his trial, 215;

effects of the discovery of his treachery, 222, 249.

La Martiniere, Le Grand Dictionnaire geographique, cited, 216n.

Lambeth, King to cross from, to Westminster, for coronation, 97.

Lancilotto, Tomaso, 248.

Languedoc, 90.

Las, or Lans, Abraham, English sea captain, in command of Venetian ship, 303, 338.

Lasso, Don Rodrigo, 193.

Le Fevre de la Boderie, Antoine, arrives in London as Ambassador-in-Ordinary from France, his character, 523 and note;

conversation with, 527, 564;

urges claims to precedence over Spanish Ambassador, 583;

supports Venetian attitude to Pope, 584;

report of interview (1607) with, touching Anglo-French negotiations for joint intervention on behalf of Venice, 684 and note, 690, 691;

proposes Anglo-French league with Venice, 692, 693.

Lead. See Trade.

Leather. See Trade.

Leghorn, English trade with, 3, 23, 129;

English merchants at, 237;

grain exported to, 566;

English pirate at, 681;

ship from, arrives in London, with Ducal presents, 699.

Legion. See Ships.

Lello, Henry, English Ambassador in Constantinople, 466n. See Turkey.

Lennox, Duke of. See Stuart, Lodovic.

Lentolo, Paolo, letter from, to Sir Henry Wotton, offering Swiss aid to Venice, 644.

Lepanto, Castle of, attacked (1603) and burned by Maltese galleys, 8;

guns for, 71;

resort of pirates, 322.

-, Venetian Consul at. See Biffi.

Lerma, Duke of. See Sandoval.

Lestimo. See Alestimo.

Lettere di Principi, book quoted from, by Sir Henry Wotton, 555.

Levant, English piracy in. See Piracy.

Levant Company, its trade in currants, its charter to be renewed, 40 and note, 78;

dissolved, a gain to Venice, English Ambassador in Constantinople being salaried by, 91;

case of, against Venetian Republic stated, 109;

proposal to recall capital from Constantinople, 158;

opinions in England, upon representations of English Ambassador in Turkey, as to value of Levant trade, 175;

negotiations between Company and Crown for renewal of charter, 190, 192, 213;

position of, as affected by Bill, passed: in Commons, freeing trade, 233, 236, 243;

currant tax, levied by, if required, for up-keep of English embassy in Constantinople, exacted by King James for his own benefit;

his expressed desire that all commerce with Turkey should cease, 278,

and Levant trade be concentrated at, and through Venice, 294;

currant tax taken from, and farmed to Lord Suffolk, 295, 306;

difficulties of merchants, 306,

they re-open whole question, Lord Suffolk's party in the Council oppose, 340, 348;

the Levant trade, meanwhile, being ruined, the Privy Council end by beseeching Company to take Currant tax again, keep Ambassador, &c.;

refusal of Company, whose members find East Indian trade, to which they had transferred capital, more profitable, 364;

confirmed, and powers of, extended to Italy, 427;

their trade at Constantinople nearly extinct., 477;

dread by, of Turkish reprisals, for capture of ship by Englishman flying flag of Tuscany, 483 (cf. 470);

matter of the currant tax and, 503 and note, 510, 517;

disquisition on, 739 (pp. 503, 504).

Lewkenor (Luchner), Sir Lewis, official receiver of Ambassadors, 142, 157, 160, 164, 182, 323, 332, 416, 427, 465, 473, 502, 503, 739 (p. 523).

Licences for Taverns in England, 201 note.

Lieger, 63, 78, 102. See Ambassadors.

Ligne, John de, Prince of Barbanon, Count of Aremberg, Ambassador (1603) from Flanders (the Archduke) to England, 36;

safe conduct for, 60;

expected, 68;

Dutch propose to intercept, 69, 72, 86;

arrives, 78;

laid up with gout, 81;

episode on his voyage, 86;

his mission complimentary only;

still in bed with gout, 87;

requests audiences, 90;

the Marquis de Rosny leaves without visiting, 91;

received in audience, urges peace with Spain, 96;

assures King that Archduke was not concerned in Raleigh's plot, 101;

King's promise to, re aid for Dutch, 101, 104;

further negotiations with, declined pending his receipt of power to treat for peace, 113;

discovered in relations with Lord Cobham, 124;

audience requested by, 136,

granted, his proposals for peace, 136;

returns home for instructions, 141;

application to, in capacity of Grand Admiral, 145;

his complicity in Raleigh's plot, 164, 168,

denied, 179;

house taken for, in London, 199;

expected, 205,

detained by gout, 213;

to conduct the peace negotiations without the Constable of Castille, 217, 220, 223, 248;

unable to attend ratification of peace, being in bed with gout, 266;

King's present to, 267;

his signature to treaty, 268;

his son-in-law expected in England, as Ambassador, 313.

Lilly, Edward, petitions Privy Council, 23.

Lindsay (Lingi), James, knt., message from King James sent by, to Pope, 118;

leaves Rome for Spain, 334 and note;

hopes excited in Pone's mind by mission of, 347 (cf. 324), 353;

in Spanish pay, 361, 399;

cross of St. Iago conferred on, 703.

Linen. See Trade.

Lingi, Giacomo. See Lindsay, James.

Liona. See Ships.

Lire, Venetian, value in exchange, 35, 43.

Lisle, Viscount. See Sidney.

Litemberg, Landgrave of, Imperial Ambassador to James I., 396, 404, 408.

Lithuania, Ambassador of. See Radziwil.

-, Duke of Kronland's claim to part of, 583.

Litres, 598n.

Little Phnix. See Ships.

Littlejohn alias Owen, Nicholas, 498.

Lochem, taken by Spanish, 560,

recovered by Count Maurice, 618.

Lock, Benjamin, English merchant trading to the Levant, deposition by, 8.

London (1603), trade from, to Leghorn, 3, 23.

- -, Lord Mayor and Council of, King's letter to, on his accession, 6.

- -, Roman Catholics released from prison in, 6.

- -, trade from, to Levant, 8.

- -, King James proclaimed in, 32.

- -, Italian merchant in, tenders for supply of saltpetre to Venetian Government, 35.

- -, crowded for coronation, 55.

- -, plague appears in, bills of mortality in, 55.

- -, precautions against plague in, 66,

deaths from, 69, 72, 78, 81, 91, 118.

- -, plague in, arrested by cold, 72,

increased by heat, 125.

- -, great Italian garden, of merchant of Lucca, opposite, in Borough, 56.

- -, proposal to postpone Coronation on account of plague in, 91.

- -, book against Roman Church appears in, of Scottish origin, 93,

suppressed in Paris, 108.

- -, avoided by King, on account of plague, on occasion of Coronation, 97.

- -, concession to Italian merchant in, 109.

- -, chapel of Venetian Resident in, to be open to fellow-countrymen, 118.

- -, two Venetians and half-dozen Italians only, resident in, 118.

- -, foreigners attend mass at, French embassy in, 118, 131.

- -, plague rages in, inhabitants forbidden to quit, 128, 132,

mortality from, 147, 158,

decreases in, in December, 167, 175, 190.

- -, loan refused by, to King, 158.

- (1604), state entry into, 192, 199.

- -, healthiness of, 242, 246.

- -, Royal entry into, a great reception, 291.

- (1606), state entry into, of King of Denmark, 560.

- -, Roman Catholics arrested in, leaving Spanish Ambassador's house after hearing mass, 569.

- -, plague keeps Court away from, 583.

- -, exchange between, and Venice, 595 (cf. 78 and 147).

- (1607), land near, not favourable to corn growing, 658.

- -, broadsheet published in, with licence from Archbishop of Canterbury, called News from Venice, suppressed by. Lord Salisbury, at request of Venetian Ambassador, 730.

- -, municipal government of, described, 739 (p. 503).

-, despatches dated from, 6, 12, 22, 32, 34, 35, 36, 40, 55, 56, 66, 69, 72, 73, 78, 81, 87, 90, 91, 96, 181, 182, 185, 186, 187, 188, 190, 191, 192, 193, 199, 201, 204, 205, 207, 213, 214, 216, 220, 221, 223, 227, 229, 232, 233, 236, 238, 241, 242, 243, 246, 248, 251, 259, 261, 266, 267, 274, 278, 288, 291, 292, 295, 300, 301, 306, 307, 312, 313, 323, 325, 331, 332, 333, 340, 341, 344, 345, 347, 348, 352, 353, 355, 360, 361, 363, 364, 365, 368, 369, 373, 374, 384, 385, 390, 391, 396, 397, 403, 404, 406, 407, 408, 410, 411, 415, 416, 426, 427, 432, 433, 435, 436, 439, 440, 442, 443, 445, 447, 453, 454, 456, 457, 463, 464, 465, 473, 474, 482, 483, 484, 486, 487, 489, 490, 498, 499, 502, 503, 510, 511, 515, 516, 517, 522, 523, 526, 527, 531, 532, 534, 535, 536, 537, 538, 544, 546, 547, 550, 551, 553, 554, 556, 560, 561, 563, 564, 566, 569, 570, 573, 578, 579, 583, 584, 585 589, 591, 592, 595, 596, 598, 599, 608, 618, 619, 623, 627, 628, 629, 632, 636, 636, 642, 643, 652, 654, 655, 659, 660, 665, 666, 669, 674, 675, 680, 683, 684, 689, 690, 691, 692, 694, 699, 701, 702, 707, 713, 714, 716, 717, 718, 719, 720, 721, 726, 727, 730, 732, 733, 735, 737, 738; Appendix III.

-, St. Paul's, Puritans summoned before Bishops (1605) at, 347.

-, Tower of, Lord Southampton released from, 22;

mint in, 36;

King enters, 55;

view of, from great Italian garden, in Borough, 56;

King enters without sword, 97;

conspirators (Raleigh's plot) lodged in, 104;

Irish deputation sent to, 113, 118;

Sir Anthony Standen committed to, 188,

removed from, with Raleigh, and three others on occasion of royal visit to;

release of prisoners in, bull-baiting at, 201;

King makes State entry into London from, 201;

Henry Constable committed to, 13,

released, with Sir Anthony Standen, 259;

Thomas Bywater committed to, 355 and note (cf. 352 note);

Thomas Douglas alias Gray, the forger, committed to, 390;

Guy Fawkes tortured in, 443, 445;

Roman Catholic lords consigned to, 454,

fined and released, 538;

observation that persons committed to, seldom leave, 454, 457, 474;

death in, of Francis Tresham, 464;

Franchesi, Tomaso, in, 556, 565;

Sir Christopher Pigott, M.P., committed to, for speaking contemptuously of Scottish nation in debate on Union, 699 and note;

description of, 739 (p. 502).

-, Tower Hill, 565.

- See Doctors Commons;

Levant Company.

London Bridge, described, 739 (p. 503).

London, Bishop of. See Bancroft, Richard;

Fletcher, Dr. Richard.

Longo, Antonio, in Venetian prison, 612.

-, Hieronimo, Venetian Senator, 1.

Longueville Duchesse de. See Mary of Lorraine.

Lopez, Edward, Portuguese sea captain, 184.

Loredan, House of, case of English creditors of, 524, 530, 539, 541, 555, 582.

-, Lorenzo, Vice-Doge, 387.

Lorraine, saltpetre exported from, to England, 35;

Ambassador from, in England, 96, 104,

attends Coronation, 105;

Sir Anthony Standen's mission to, 99;

King James' negotiations with Tuscany and Pope conducted through, 104;

route vi to Venice, from England, 248;

embassy from Duke of, arrives in England, 522 (see Magliana), to congratulate on escape from Gunpowder Plot, and announce marriage of Due de Bar, 578;

son of the Duke of, the Count de Vaudemont, in England,585 (see Vaudemont);

attack on Sir Henry Wotton's secretary in, 630, 659;

secretary of Duke of, in Venice, his views as reported to Senate by Sir Henry Wotton, 673, 696.

Lorraine, Mary of. See Mary.

Lubeck, Danish attempt on, 251.

Lucca, merchant of, in London, his Southwark garden, 56;

Englishman at, contracts with Pope for supply of powder, 658.

Lucky Elizabeth. See Ships.

Luter, Geoffrey, English merchant in Venice, 22, 387, 388, 421, 524.

Lyons, post vi, from London to Venice, 475.