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Pages 630-633

Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 12, 1610-1613. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1905.

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La Hinojosa, Marquis of. See Mendoça, Don Juan de.

Lake, Sir Thomas, Secretary, letter of, cited, 153 note;

provisional Secretary, 561, 740.

Lambeth, Sir Thomas Parry's house at 24 note.

Lancaster, order to arrest Jesuits in (“the county of Lincoln”;), 610,

carried out, 630.

Lancester, Marquis of, Spanish Ambassador to the Archduke Albert, 353,

to secure his election as King of the Romans, 361, 404.

Landgrave of Hesse. See Maurice.

-, the Prince Landgrave. See Otto.

Languedoc, expulsion of Jesuits from, 85.

Lanz, Marchese di. See Este, Charles Philibert d'.

Larissa, 757.

Laverdin, Marshal de. See Beaumanoir.

Le Fèvre de Caumartin, Louis, Seigneur de Boissy-le-Chastel en Brie, &c., sent by the Queen-Regent to announce confirmation of privileges of Huguenots, 360.

Le Fèvre de la Boderic, Antoine, French Ambassador in England, (1610), negotiating repayment of English loan, 4,

his terms accepted, 12,

agreement to be signed, 23,

sends his secretary to Paris, 34,

terms agreed, 41;

requested to secure co-operation of European Consuls in Syria, 37, 53;

sends secretary to Paris, to discover authorship of attack on King James, 9;

visits Ambassador Correr, 125;

English priest conveyed by, to France, returns to England and is executed, 151;

(1611), dines with King, and French Ambassador Extraordinary after the swearing of the Anglo-French treaty, 175;

his successor appointed;

leaves his post “with reputation for singular prudence,” 181.

“Le Leon d'Or.” See Ships.

Le Sieur, Sir Stephen, sent on mission to Germany, 11,

starts, 24,

arrives at Prague, 32, 41, 54,

his delay there, 132;

on embassy to Prague, 418;

sent Ambassador to the Emperor Matthias and German Princes, 635 and note, 659, 668, 720, 737, 782,

to visit Brandenburg, 802.

Lead, English, for Venetian galleons, 197, 752, 820. See also Trade.

Leader, “Vita di Roberto Dudley,” cited in note to, p. xxxvi.

League, proposed, of France, Spain, Pope and Florence, alarm excited by, 473, 474, 475, 494, 502, 524, 538, 547,

Saxony to join, and Emperor, 610;

the Queen-Regent of France declines to join, 788.

-, the Catholic, the Bavarian League, League of Mainz, alarm at, of the Evangelical Union, 91, 112,

negotiations between, and Protestant Princes, 112;

Protestant dread of coalition between, Spain and the Emperor, 115;

overtures by, to the Queen-Regent, of France, 788, 793.

Legate, Bartholomew, to be executed for Arianism, 443 and note.

Leghorn, shipbuilding at, 56, 152, 384;

English Catholics at, 60, 66, 69, 97, 246;

privateering from, 124, 152;

English and their vessels expected at, 165, 168;

defences and harbour-works of, 196, 208, 213, 229, 246;

English pirates from Barbary settle in, and profess Catholicism, pp. xx, xxi, xxxvi, xxxvii, xxxviii, 274;

Grand Duke's galleys return to, 291;

English at, lose ships on way from Ma'amura, 308;

Gifford arrives at, with orders from King James, 317,

proves to be a pirate, 326;

pirates settling at, on Grand Duke's invitation, 324, 384,

English protest, 335, 342, 434, 442;

thieves punished at, 366;

ship carried out of harbour of, by pirates, 420;

the sheltering at, of English pirates, influences English policy, 428;

Englishman with rich ship arrives at, 429;

Dudley building galleasse at 436, 573;

the settlement at, of ex-pirates, leads to increased Dutch and English trade with, 442, 447, 648, 681, 689, 760;

French privateer at, 463, 467;

English pirates admitted to, 534, 536, 573, 585, 622, 779, 813;

English ship from, 819.

Lemos, Count of, Viceroy of Naples, alleged plot by, against King James, 783, 786.

Lenk, Johann Baptist, Agent of the Evangelical Union at Venice, 520 and note.

Lennox, Duke of. See Stuart, Ludovic.

Leonis, M. de. See Brulart de Genlis.

Leopold, the Archduke. See Austria, Leopold Archduke of.

Lepanto, 246.

Lerma, Duke of. See Sandoval.

Lesdiguières, Marshal. See Bonne.

Leva, —, Prince of Ascoli, in command in the Milanese, 840, 856.

Levant, piracy in, affects Venetian commerce;

question of currency in, 31;

attempt to divest silk trade from, 39;

privateering in, by Grand Duke of Tuscany, 123, 124;

English joint stock trade in, 171;

review of English, French and Venetian trade in, 276;

Dutch designs in, pp. xxxv, xxxvi;

spices, &c., from, imported into Germany by Dutch, formerly viâ Marseilles, 383;

Dutch trade in, 534.

- Company, propose joint action against pirates, 41, 53,

and touching removal of port to Tripoli, 53;

their jealousy of the extension of Dutch trade to the Levant, 383;

called upon to make good Middleton's depredations, 802.

Lévis, Anne de, Duc de Ventadour, expels Jesuits from Languedoc, 85.

Lewes, co. Sussex, French Ambassador lands at, 164 note.

Lewis Frederick, Duke of Wirtemberg and Teck, brother of the Duke, sent by Evangelical Union to settle points in their alliance with the Dutch, 364;

sent to England on behalf of the Evangelical Union, 387, 408, 416, 419,

leaves England, 439,

at Brussels, 480,

at Paris, 793. See also John Frederick.

Lewkenor, Sir Lewis, knight, Master of the Ceremonies, informs Ambassador Correr of regulations re Mass, 4;

receives presents from Ambassadors, 25, 53, 81, 115, 253;

sent to meet the Prince of Anhalt, 91,

to meet Marshal de Laverdin, 159,

to meet Ambassador Foscarini, 217,

prevented by illness, 226,

Sir James Murray deputy for, 236;

arranges audience for Foscarini;

receives Ambassador from the Archduke Albert, 348,

takes Foscarini to audience;

befriends Sherley, a relation, p. xviii, 352;

ordered to receive Count Ruffia, 361;

attends on Foscarini, 461;

goes to meet the Duke of Bouillon;

it “suits” him “to be out for a long time,” 498,

accompanies the Duke on his departure, 539;

visits the Prince of Modena in the King's name, 548;

meets Zuñiga, 578,

bids him to hunting with the King, 590;

application to, for audience, 646;

attends Ambassadors at marriage of the Palatine, 775;

waits on the Ambassador of Mantua, 836.

Leyden, Chair of Divinity at, 357 and note, 404, 416, 438, 443.

Library, formed by the Prince of Wales, 159.

Liége, Seymour at, 280, 315;

provision of arms and corn at, 765.

Lincoln, Bishop of. See Barlow, William.

Lincolnshire, Jesuits in, 610. See Lancaster.

Lion, as present for King James, 809, 836.

Lisbon, Persian Ambassador at, 39,

to promote direct silk trade with, 163, 187;

ships from, bound for Hamburg, arrested, 41,

released, 54;

ship from, taken by pirates in the Straits, 151,

naval protection for, 220, 290;

courtesies in, to the Dutch Fleet, 540;

trade between, and Leghorn, 648;

trade between, and Venice, 778.

Lisle, Viscount. See Sydney, Robert.

Lister, Dr. 55 note, 164 note.

Lockey, —, a Roman Catholic, 205 note.

Lodi, 86.

Logwood. See Trade.

Lollin, Marchese, a relative of his sent Ambassador from Savoy to the Archduke Albert, 417, 427, 434.

Lombardo, Conte Benetto, denounced for carrying pistol, 70,

Wotton petitions for, 103, 107, 116, 118, 122, 128, 147.

London, Catholics expelled from, 4;

Capitulations of Hall to be signed in, 12;

postal arrangements between, and Venice, 13, 14, 15, 148;

wine trade of, 29;

death from plague in, 53;

dangerous from plague, 64;

doctors fetched from, for the King, 68;

man-of-war built in, 68;

the King keeps All Saints in, 91;

a Londoner on a Tuscan galleon, 124;

the Court leaves, 125;

a sheriff's officer killed in, by Scot;

the King intervenes;

anger in, 153;

the Court returns to, for Easter, 192;

free of plague, 200;

the Court returns to, 202;

Mass in Embassy Houses in, 205 and note, 408;

Envoy from Morocco in, 254;

the Lady Arabella to be emprisoned in, 258;

plague diminishes in, 271;

trade of, troubled by pirates, 296 and note, 310, 316, 338;

plague in, 409;

King takes up loan in, 416,

and country, 419;

Venetian trade in, extinct, 492;

servants of Don Antonio of Portugal leave, 591;

assault on Ambassador in Holborn, 604;

Essex House in, 663;

arrangements for Palatine's reception in, 667,

described, 680;

patrolled with extra care upon suspicion of Spanish plot, 764, 776;

available levies in, 782.

-, despatches dated at, 3, 4, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 23, 24, 25, 29, 30, 34, 41, 64, 65, 68, 79, 81, 91, 92, 111, 112, 115, 125, 132, 148, 151, 153, 159, 164, 171, 172, 175, 181, 186, 189, 192, 193, 199, 200, 202, 204, 205, 217, 226, 227, 234, 235, 236, 249, 250, 253, 254, 258, 259, 260, 266, 267, 270, 271, 272, 276, 277, 278, 280, 281, 283, 284, 295, 296, 301, 302, 309, 310, 315, 316, 324, 325, 334, 335, 341, 342, 348, 351, 352, 353, 355, 356, 357, 358, 361, 362, 364, 365, 371, 372, 373, 374, 375, 382, 383, 387, 388, 389, 398, 399, 400, 403, 404, 408, 409, 410, 415, 416, 417, 419, 424, 427, 428, 430, 432, 433, 434, 438, 439, 442, 443, 446, 447, 451, 452, 453, 454, 455, 461, 462, 468, 469, 472, 473, 480, 483, 491, 492, 497, 498, 499, 502, 503, 516, 517, 519, 520, 524, 529, 534, 539, 540, 547, 548, 553, 554, 555, 561, 563, 564, 567, 568, 570, 571, 578, 583, 584, 585, 590, 591, 594, 595, 603, 604, 609, 610, 628, 629, 630, 635, 645, 646, 657, 658, 659, 661, 663, 667, 668, 671, 672, 673, 677, 678, 679, 680, 684, 686, 687, 690, 692, 693, 695, 698, 709, 710, 720, 721, 727, 728, 732, 734, 740, 741, 758, 759, 764, 765, 767, 775, 776, 782, 783, 786, 788, 795, 796, 801, 802, 803, 811, 812, 816, 817, 821, 822, 832, 833, 836, 838, 841, 843, 847, 848, 852, 855, 856, 857, 859, 860, 870, 871.

-, Bishop of. See Abbot, George;

King, John.

-, -, Consistory Court of, 443 note.

-, Corporation of, and the Ulster Plantation, 668;

presents by, to the Elector Palatine and his bride, 832.

-, King's Postmaster in. See Quester, Mathieu de.

-, Recorder of. See Montague, Sir Henry.

-, Tower of, Jesuit to be sent to, 12 note;

Sir William Seymour committed to, 24, 164, 172;

the Jesuit, Baldwin in, 92, 164;

Andrew Melville confined in, 125 and note, 172;

William Seymour escapes from, 254, 255,

guard of, arrested for complicity in escape, 258;

Lady Shrewsbury committed to, 266;

rumour that the Spanish Lieger is consigned to, 446;

Jesuits in, 673;

salute fired at, on arrival of the Palatine, 680.

- -, Lieutenant of. See Waad, Sir William.

Longo, Girolamo, Vice-Rector of Canea, 73.

Longueval, Charles Bonaventure de, Comte de Bucquoi (Bucquoy), General of Artillery, appointed Ambassador-Extraordinary from the Archdukes to France, 19;

impressed with deep interest taken by King James in German affairs, 28;

to be sent Ambassador to Spain, 353,

to oppose instructions sent thence, and to obtain funds, 361.

Loredano, Pietro, nephew of Correr, the guest of the Duke of York, 41;

meets Foscarini, 226;

returns home with uncle, 253.

-, -, son of Pietro, with Foscarini in France, accompanies him to England, 219;

returns home with Correr, 253.

Lorraine, gentleman sent to, by the Duke of Mantua, 284.

-, Cardinal of. See Lorraine, Louis.

- Charles de, Duc de Guise, Governor of Provence, promotes expedition against Barbary pirates, p. xix, 37;

lodges Sir Henry Wotton in his house in Paris, 177;

his differences with the Constable, 353;

approves Spanish marriages, 434, 466;

protects French at Leghorn, 463, 467;

a kinsman of the Prince of Modena, 554;

threatens the Chancellor, 732;

wishes to go to the assistance of Mantua, 847.

-, Claude de, Prince de Joinville, afterwards Duc de Chevreuse, desires service with Venice, English and French support for, 29, 46, 113, 198, 206, 207, 209, 212, 235, 244, 249;

waits on English Ambassador, 58;

refused leave to go to England, 714,

hopes to attend the marriage of the Palatine, 728;

Agent of, in England, 732,

to condole, 741,

returns, 763.

-, Duke of. See Charles III.

-, Henri de, Duc de Mayenne, to be sent as special Ambassador to Spain to ratify marriage treaty 434, 462, 591, 604;

desires to aid Duke of Mantua against Savoy, 847.

-, House of, Princes of, approve Spanish marriages, 434;

relationship to, of Danish Royal House, 499;

jealous of the Prince of Modena, 554.

-, Louis de, Cardinal of Lorraine, his friendship with Wotton, 523.

Lot, —, case of cited re privilege of couriers, 266.

Lotti, Ottaviano, Secretary of the Grand Duke of Tuscany in England, his matrimonial mission, pp. ix, x, 175 and note (“Antonio Lotti”);

his jealousy of overtures by Savoy for marriage, 181;

presents distilled waters, 259,

brings picture to Queen of Princess Catharine, 296;

his excuses for presence at Leghorn of pirates, 342, 428,

fresh courier reaches, 434,

whom he sends off, after interview with Lord Salisbury, 439;

by means of bribes opens negotiations for marriage of the Princess Catharine to the Prince of Wales, with large dowery, 442;

calls on Foscarini, 462;

goes to meet Chiolli, 472;

opens matters to King James, 473;

negotiates with General Cecil, 483;

going home to report, 492, 499, 548, 553, 563;

his warm welcome there, 541;

sent to Rome, 574,

to return to England, 578,

sent (“Ottaviano Lotti”;), 586;

no progress in his absence, 591, 593, 595, 600, 601;

instructed to send Ciorli home with best offer he can get, 611,

to anticipate Savoy, 618, 621, 622, 633;

returns to England as Agent, with increased salary, 635,

instructions to, 638, 645;

in disgrace with King James, 646,

for writing to Pope about marriage, 658;

report from awaited, 648,

goes to the King, 667;

makes larger offers, through General Cecil, without effect, 671, 699;

commissioned, after the death of the Prince of Wales, to propose the third sister of the Grand Duke for the Duke of York, 729.

Louis XIII, King of France: —

(1610), English special mission to congratulate on his accession, 11, 23, 34.

peace advocated, during his minority, 21.

entertains English mission, 58,

favourable opinion of him by the Ambassador, Lord Wotton, 91.

Spanish match for, 111.

(1611), du Plessis' book dedicated to, 300, 336.

his marriage to the Infanta decided, p. vii, 321, 325, 334;

her succession barred in case of brothers' death, 341;

of suitable ages, 353, 377, 390, 398;

marriage published in Council, 434;

the Infanta not to join for three years to come, 520, 539, 553.

sponsor to English Ambassador's child, 347.

his brother's death, his own robustness, 377, 382.

(1612), Dutch hopes from, when of age, 520, 684.

(1613), Spanish Count on wife's influence with, 749.

Louisa Juliana, widow of the Elector Palatine, sister of Count Maurice, 79,

sister-in-law of the Duke of Bouillon and the Count of Hanau, 491,

the Princess Elizabeth, as wife of her son, to have precedence of, 529.

Lovell, Lady, 12 note.

Lübeck, trade of, with England suspended, 3,

Danish claim to, will be backed in retaliation, 11;

English Agent sails for, 24;

responsible for the trouble, 41;

Commissioners from, in Holland, 438,

the Emperor forbids treaty between, and Dutch, 758,

the treaty sworn, 855.

See also Hansa League.

Lucca, native of, Wotton's petition for, 46;

a Luchese denounces Castelvetro, 343.

Ludovico, Count, Governor of the Prince of Modena, 540.

Lutherans, in Germany, played off against the Calvinists, 151.

Luxembourg, French return viâ, from Juliers, 54;

the Archduke Albert raises troops in, 434.

Luxembourg, Henri de, Prince de Tingri, 58.

Lyons, book prohibited in, 138;

imprint of, 143;

the Count of Ruffia at, 185,

Secretary Lotti at, 633.