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Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 24, 1636-1639. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1923.

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La Capelle, la Capella [Aisne, France] :

surrendered to imperialists, 67
-, French retake, 289.

-, governor of. See Bec, Rn du.

La Catena. See Catena.

La Force, due de. See Caumont, Jacques Nompar de.

La Fuente. See Guzman, Juan Claros de, marquis de Fuentes.

Lambe, Sir John, dean of the Arches, 540n, 572n.

-, -, Barbara, daughter of :

Lady Denbigh tries to arrange marriage with son, 540
-, Fielding disappointed of, 551
-, hopes revived, 560, 563
-, marries Fielding, 572.

affianced to Thomas, lord Wentworth, 551n
-, broken off, 560n.

Lambeth [co. Surrey] :

Lennox Villiers wedding at, 246n.

Lampleigh, Mr., gentleman of the earl of Arundel :

robbed and murdered near Nurnberg, 65n.

Lancashire, co.

ordered to supply 6,000 men for king's army, 550.

Lando, Girolamo, knight, Savio alla Mercanzia, 30, 58, 439.

Landrecies, Landreci, Landresi [Nord, France] :

loss would open way to Brussels, 243
-, French take, 252, 254, 267, 289.

Landsberg, Landspergh [Neumark, Brandenburg, Germany] :

Swedes take, 393.

Langerach, lord of. See Boetzelaer, Gideon van.

Languedoc, France :

defeat of Spaniards in, 293.

Larn, Lary, La Rey. See Rye.

La Rochelle. See Rochelle, La.

Latin :

Talbot asks that letters to king be written in, 534.

Laud, William, archbishop of Canterbury :

one of the inner circle of the cabinet, 209n
-, accused of undermining religion to set up popery, 304.

1636 :

rates Zawadski, 12, 13, introduces changes in church with king's assent, 125, 217.

1637 :

papal ministers build on apparent friendliness, 150
-, real reason for apparent favour to Catholics, 151, 217, 358.

intends to publish account of church councils with introduction, 156.

knows only English and does not care to treat with foreigners, 163
-, at cabinet council upon Nave affair, 168
-, Correr remonstrates with about, 181.

commonly called the pope of England, 217
-, regulations lead to Catholicism, 272.

libellers of punished, 242
-, bishop of Lincoln punished for opposing reforms, 245, 246.

riot in Edinburgh against innovations, much distressed but biding his time, 259, 266
-, insists on maintaining regulations, 273
-, 316, carries point in Council, 276, 277.

urges reconciliation of Venice and Savoy, 311.

disturbed by Scottish revolt, advises sending of Roxburg, 350.

1638 :

Scots accuse of Romanising church, 359
-, supposed to support suppression ofScots, 393, 394.

begs king to send Conn away, 359.

advises king to send for Traquair, 362
-, Scots will not submit to, 379.

not on good terms with Richelieu, 372
-, detestation of, 393, 395.

king exonerates of responsibility for Scotch policy, 395
-, royal favour diminished, fear of loss, 447.

king confers with on report from Hamilton, 426.

1639 :

abolition of ritual of demanded, 576.

letter to Roe, 594n.

clergy by voice of, offer to support 10,000 men against Scots, 596.

Laufenburg [Baden, Germany] :

Duke Bernard captures, 388n.

La Valette :

cardinal de la. See Nogaret, Louis de.

duchess of. See Cambout, Marie du.

duke of. See Nogaret, Bernard de.

Lavardino. See Aberdeen.

lawyers. See judges.

Lazari, :

acting as secretary to Correr, 378.

Lazzari, Niccolo di, customer at Zante, 454.

lead :

Cardenas exports from England to Flanders, 421.

League, the Catholic :

English fought for Henry IV. against, 296.

Leaming, Anthony, master of the Mayflower :

takes gunpowder to Dunkirk, 421n.

Le Coigneux, Cogneus, Cogneux, the president, gentleman of the queen mother :

scheme against France, 278
-, not to be admitted to England, 446
-, queen gets ban withdrawn, 449.

warned to abstain from intrigues, 463
-, suspected intrigues in interest of Spain, 479
-, intrigues against Fabroni, 484.

Leganes, marquis of. See Guzman, Diego Filippo de.

legate. See under ambassadors, papal legate.

Leghorn [Prov. Livorno, Tuscany, Italy] :

fear of Venetian policy driving English trade to, 133
-, advantage from English trade, 402.

Golden Fleece sailing to, 329, 345, 346, 351
-, Rainbow sailing for, 436
-, Margarita Costanza for, 488.

Symonds proceeding to, 402
-, Wyche travels home by, 544.

English merchants get powder cheaper at, 461.

Leicester, earl of. See Sidney, Robert.

Leith, Lit, co. Edinburgh, Scotland, 543n :

Scots fortify, 512, 558
-, Scots suspend work at, 559.

Lemgo, Lemgoa, Lippe, Germany :

Palatine raises siege, 467.

Lennox, duke of. See Stuart, James.

Leo [? Leukas, Santa Maura] :

unsuitable for port of lading, 30.

Leopard, royal ship :

in Salee expedition, 252n
-, in squadron sent after Tunis pirates, 449n.

Leopold William, bishop of Olmutz, archduke of Austria :

Arundel to see at Gratz, 23
-, Arundel sees, 34
-, obtains part of Palatine's dominions, 306.

Lesina, Liesina [Dalmatia] :

port for Spalato, 330
-, proposed opening to English trade, 331, 345.

Leslie, Lesli, Lesle, Alexander :

arrives in England, proceeds to Scotland to fetch levies for Germany, 373, 398.

obtains guns from Sweden, 495
-, captures Edinburgh castle, 520n.

defensive attitude, 539
-, kings force retires before, 550.

offers to take army to serve Palatine, 552
-, not accepted, 554.

Leslie, Col. John :

obtains patent to raise levies for Swedes, 256.

-, John, earl of Rothes :

commissioner to treat with king, 551n.

Leslie, Colonel Walter, Lessel :

takes present to Arundel, 102.

Lester. See Sidney, Robert, earl of Leicester.

Let, merchantman :

exports currants from Zante, 453, 454.

Leukas, ? Leo, 30.

Leucate [Basse Pyrenees, France] :

defeat of Spaniards at, 293.

Leuchtmaer, M. Romelian de, agent of the Palatine in France :

asks for help, 466.

Levant, 369.

export duty on oil from, 36.

English trades to, 344, 361
-, Fielding appeals to Collegio for, 381
-, judge in asked for Hyde, 450.

shipmasters encouraged to export tallow to, 459
-, impossible to control trade of Western merchants in, 563.

Levant Company, Turkey Company, company of Zante :

resolution to fine ship masters who take foreign colours, 397n
-, appoint consul for Zante, 402, 437, 537
-, regulate position of Burdet at Zante, 415.

recognise Glover as consul at Cyprus, 431n.

informed of Venetian decision to treat merchants favourably, 444.

plans to secure advantage in purchase of currants, 462, 463.

allowed to attack Turks if trade suffers from Valona affair, 488, 491.

Symonds acts as agent of, 537
-, grievances of islanders due to, 538.

hopes from development of currant trade from Turkey, 549.

-, governor of. See Garraway, Henry.

Levenstein, Levestein, countess of. See Dudley, Elizabeth.

levies, recruits :

Bernard sends to England for, 57.

treaty allows France to raise in Great Britain, 86, 106, 270.

forbidden to Spain by treaty with France, 96, 117.

Dutch ask leave to raise, 109
-, difficulties raised over, 123, 134.

Onate asks for, 224
-, refused, 231
-, for Spain in Flanders, 385.

France allowed by the treaty, 233.

allowed to Swedes, 256, 274.

for Pa latine, 436
-, start for Holland, 457.

for Lorraine, 440.

Charles keeps officers to use for, 455.

English :

Swedes desire, 190
-, grant inevitable, 190
-, granted, 213, 215
-, slow progress with, 224, 228
-, granted abundantly, 322.

serving in Flanders, recruits for, 488, 489n.

Douglas offers to raise for Venice, 490.

of infantry granted to French, 521.

Irish :

France applies for levy of, 67, 76, 84
-, granted, 488, 489n, 541.

Oxenstierna applies for, 90
-, granted, 134, 213, 215.

granted to Spain, 295
-, going to Brazil, 363.

Scottish :

Prince Tomaso asks for, 63.

Oxenstierna applies for, 90
-, granted, 134
-, Swedes desire, 190
-, grant inevitable, 190.

granted, 213, 215
-, landed at Dieppe, 312
-, L&slie goes to fetch, 373.

granted to French, 489n, 501, 521, 541
-, Bellievre gives up hope of, 547.

of 4000 promised to Palatine, 571.

Lezard. See Lizard.

Liefde, le, Charite, Dutch ship :

taken by letters of reprisals, 440n.

Liege [Prov. Liege, Belgium] :

much gunpowder made at, 461.

Lier, William van, sieur d' Oosterwijk, Lir, Dutch ambassador at Venice :

leaving for Paris, 14
-, to ask help of Venice, 72.

Dutch ambassador in France :

dispute between English and Swedish ambassadors at entry, 160n.

Liesina. See Lesina.

Limona. See Symonds.

Lince. See Bertie, Robert, earl of Lindsey.

Lincoln, bishop of. See Williams, John.

Lindsay, David, bishop of Edinburgh :

mobbed on reading liturgy, 259.

Lindsey, earl of. See Bertie, Robert.

Linz [Upper Austria] :

Arundel to stay at, 9
-, Arundel reaches, 10
-, and waits for emperor at, 14
-, Arundel refused audience at, 21.

foreign ministers gather at, 22
-, Rabata and Arundel leave, id.

Arundel has audience at, 24
-, Arundel reports from, 33.

Rupert taken to, 513.

despatches dated at, 23, 26.

Lion's Whelp, the first :

to serve in Palatine's fleet, 173n
-, takes d' Avaux to Hamburg, 210n.

Lion's Whelp, third, royal ship :

equipped but lacks captain, 60.

Lion's Whelp, fifth, royal ship :

escorts Rusdorf to Holland, wrecked, 234n.

Lion's Whelp, royal ship, the eighth :

equipped but lacks captain, 60.

Lion's Whelp, tenth, royal ship :

in winter squadron, 63n
-, seizes Sarah, 113n
-, to serve in Palatine's fleet, 173n
-, in squadron sent after Tunis pirates, 449n.

Lir. See Lier.

Lit. See Leith.

Littleport, co. Cambridge :

disturbance at over reclaimed lands, 430n.

Lizard, Lezard, co. Cornwall :

Dutch ship taken off, 446n
-, La Valette reported at, 469n.

loan :

raising of considered, but abandoned, 119.

London, 1, 22, 35, 41, 420, 441 :

spread of plague in, 6, 34, 137, 177, 239, 249
-, death rate from plague in, 53, 88, 116, 142
-, dying out, 135, 282.

Conn posts to, 39n
-, Carr posts to, to kill king, 77.

king and Court return to, 148
-, king and Court leaving, 216
-, away from to avoid plague, 236.

Spanish trade with forbidden because of plague, 154.

ships furnished to Palatine, 173n.

excitement in over Prynne, Burton and Bastwick, 242.

Bellievre sets out for, 255.

Court returning to, for winter, 282, 312
-, returning in spring, 388, 389.

Morocco ambassador at, 316n
-, Onate comes to for Xmas, 353.

couriers from, weather bound at Rye, 340.

Traquair summoned to, 362
-, excitement in over ship money decision, 376.

licences to foreigners to trade in, 387
-, ships of, for Crete, 399.

Scottish officials come to, to avoid treason, 399
-, expelled Scots come to, 512.

Chevreuse escorted to, 404
-, Egmont arrives at, 427
-, Egmont stays incognito in, 436.

king and queen return to, 418
-, king returning to, 464, 467, 469
-, king conducts queen mother to, 468n, 471.

duke of La Valette takes quarters in, 472
-, king leaves for York, 520.

census of foreigners at, 512, 516
-, busy recruiting in, 524
-, king orders to supply 6000 foot, 545.

Fielding returning to, 518, 522, 527
-, Prince of Denmark in, 545.

king refuses present offered by, 520
-, merchants of desire return of fleet, 559.

opinion in favours Scots, 535, 558
-, king expels Scottish deputies from, 595.

Spanish officers in criticise English shipmasters, 555
-, Spanish infantry pass through for Dover, 560.

commanders and ministers return to, 558.

plague making progress in, 562.

king returns to, 564, 572, 585
-, grants him 10,000l., which refused, 565
-, but ultimately accepted, 568.

Count Rossetti arrives in, 570.

despatches dated at, 137, 143, 148, 151, 154, 157, 161, 163, 166, 168, 170, 172, 174, 176, 178, 179, 181, 184, 188, 191, 194, 200, 208, 210, 214, 216, 218, 220, 224, 226-229, 231, 236, 237, 239, 242, 245, 246, 312, 316, 319, 322, 323, 325-327, 331, 333, 339, 340, 344, 346, 349, 352, 355, 357, 360, 362, 364, 365, 371, 374, 378, 381, 386, 388, 391, 394, 396, 399, 401, 403, 405, 408, 411, 413, 418, 420, 422, 425, 428, 430, 434-436, 440, 441, 443, 444, 446, 448, 449, 456, 458, 459, 461, 464, 468, 469, 472, 473, 474, 476, 478-481, 484, 485, 489-491, 493, 495, 497, 499, 501, 507, 510, 512, 516, 521, 525, 534, 535, 537, 540, 542, 544, 546, 547, 549, 551-553, 555, 557, 559, 560, 562, 563, 565, 566, 568, 570, 572, 574, 576, 578, 582, 585-587, 590, 593, 594, 596, 599, 600, 603, 606.

letters dated at, 21, 604.

news from, 253, 523.

aldermen of escort Moroccan ambassador, 322
-, directed to honour queen mother, 460
-, king asks for troops, 494
-, refuse, 509.

bishop of. See Juxon, William.

guilds of, artists :

king commands to find soldiers, 494.

lord mayor of. SeeBromfield, Edward.

London, places in and near :

Caron House, South Lambeth, 6n, 123n.

Charter House Square, Venetian embassy in, 98.

Exchange, 344.

St. James's palace, 161 :

queen goes to for lying in, 143
-, preparations for queen mother at, 463, 468n.

Somerset House :

convent of Capuchins at, 120, 121.

queen's church, 135.

the Tower, 59n, 333 :

Laud has records searched, 156n
-, bishop of Lincoln confined to, 246, 304
-, records of forest compositions missing from, 299
-, Taylor sent to, 576.

Whitehall, 394n :

-, gardens, Chevreuse lodged at, 404n.

despatch dated at, 492.

London, English merchantman :

hired for Venice, 396, 397
-, sails for Constantinople, 466n
-, back from Smyrna, 549.

-, royal ship :

in squadron sent after Tunis pirates, 449.

Londons. See cloth, Londons.

Longueval, Charles Albert de, count of Bucquoi :

Charles will not receive to announce election of king of Romans, 129
-, unable to resist Candales, 254.

Longueville, Henry duke of :

reported success against duke of Lorraine, 238
-, French select to command Weimar's army, 572.

Lopez, a Portuguese :

goes to Holland to buy warships for France, 484.

lords lieutenant :

ordered to return to posts and collect troops for king, 536.

Loredan, Marco, Savio alla Mercanzia, 439.

Loreto [Marche, Italy] :

Holy House of :

queen sends votive offering to, 506.

Venetian Proveditore on frontiers of :

orders for reception of Fielding, 509, 511.

Lorraine, 418 :

suggested exchange against Palatinate, 3-5, 15, 33, 34, 279.

Austrians will not make peace without restoration, 18.

Richelieu's idea of keeping for self, 65.

French may restore in general treaty, 82
-, Richelieu's remark upon, 89.

Spain wants England to get France to restore, 117.

English affection for House, 130
-, claim for restoration, 220.

England willing for France to keep part, 236
-, Oate speaks of restoration, 252.

Austrians will give up Palatinate if France surrenders, 258.

France likely to keep, 262
-, French occupied in, 307.

English suggestion for restoration, 474
-, English to unite with Austrians for, 503, 599.

Richelieu wants to treat of apart, 493.

-, duke of. See Charles, duke of Lorraine.

-, princess of. See Margaret of Lorraine.

Lorraine, Claude de, duke of Chevreuse, Scieurosa :

conducts Leicester to audience, 4
-, gets promise that wife shall not be molested, 268
-, related to king, 385.

supplies money to wife, 428
-, urges wife to return, 473
-, wife sends to, about remaining away, 493
-, letters to wife, 493n.

Lorraine, Henry de, count d' Harcourt, lieutenant general of the French fleet :

English hope will sail against Gravelines, 227.

Loudoun, baron. See Campbell, John.

Louis XIII, king of France, the Most Christian, 6 :

offer of for England's neutrality, 164
-, addressed as vous, 380.

attack on Pinerolo to show displeasure with Savoy, 519.

1636 :

appoints Bouillon to command troops in Netherlands, 3.

Pougny to inform about intention of Arundel's mission, 5
-, ready to help if England will do share, 5.

Leicester's first audience of, 4
-, willing to restore Pearl, 48.

ought not to mind Austro English alliance, 10.

interest to make separate peace, 54
-, Charles desires to co-operate with, 55.

likely to recover lost territory, 67
-, congratulated on recovery of Corbie, 111.

will not commit himself without declaration from England, 79, 123.

enemy and not abettor of Barbary pirates, 82.

negotiations for alliance with well forward, 84, 86, 103
-, Oate not disturbed by, 105.

contribution of troops to alliance, 87
-, Charles will grant levy to, 96
-, England wants too much from, 106.

goes to recover Corbie, 100n.

Dutch complain of treatment by, 110.

1637 :

English desire to satisfy, 130
-, undertakings in English alliance, 152.

Dutch will not leave affairs at congress in hands of, 131.

gives Orange title of Highness, 135, 142
-, or withholds, 148
-, unwilling to recognise Ferdinand III, 172.

rejects article for English fleet to guard French coasts, 153.

treaty submitted to, 155
-, treaty delayed by absence, 177, 182.

urges Charles not to molest Dutch fishermen, 155.

disposed to accept mediation of Venice, 172
-, fear of making separate peace, 187.

English resent interference with fisheries question, 187
-, to stand by Dutch if attacked, 209.

fresh expedient to bring to point, 194
-, represented at Hamburg, 199.

Oate points to inability to hold conquests, 198.

suggests suspension of English treaty, 204
-, Denmark's idea of upsetting alliance with England, 219.

advantage to England of support of Palatine, 215
-, Palatine's fleet to sail with patents of, 233.

reported ratification of treaty, 229
-, undertakings by treaty, 233, 234.

supplies help to Swedes, 234
-, invites Swedes to enter alliance, 240.

Oate aggrieved by treaty with, 236
-, Fielding informs Venice of treaty with, 246, 248, 250, 254, 275, 280, 294.

has no ambassador in England, 251
-, English wish to ratify treaty, 260, 262.

Oate against taking Pinerolo from, 252.

agreement with Soissons, 254
-, blames duchess of Chevreuse for queen's treason, 260.

suspected of treating with Austrians, 255
-, Oate says negotiating for truce, 263.

might like queen mother in England, 262
-, queen mother informs of ill treatment at Brussels, 263
-, and asks leave to go to England, id.

Correr defends to Charles, 270
-, Chevreuse accused of intriguing against, 273.

congress arranged by with England, 275
-, promises to send to diet, 346.

English treating with for restoration of Lorraine, 279.

English do not count on promise to support queen mother, 281
-, Monsigot hopes Charles will reconcile with mother, 288.

hesitation to sign alliance a show, 281
-, uncertainty of alliance, 294.

reported agreement with Swedes, 314
-, terms of, Swedish demands of, 347.

English hope will help Palatine, 315
-, help promised, 332.

espouses cause of duchess of Savoy, 318.

pleased at ambassadors giving princes title of Highness, 325.

unwilling to surrender effects of Pearl, 328
-, action justified, 329
-, concession about Pearl, 342.

1638, 364 :

English require to ratify treaty before congress, 355
-, prepared to ratify, 358.

Parelli has audience of, 360
-, Savoy desires to satisfy, 395
-, and renews alliance with, 398, 423.

sends military plans to Orange, 365
-, Darmstadt watching relations with England, 404.

announces pregnancy of queen to sister Henrietta, 371
-, congratulations on, 378, 380.

concession for audience of Palatine princes, 372.

concession about the Pearl not appreciated, 380.

objects to Taylor's negotiations with emperor, 385
-, pleased at decision to send to Hamburg, 405.

grants pension to Guemen, to entice Chevreuse, 405
-, Savoy entirely dependent on, 427.

will not necognise Savoy's claims to royalty, 406
-, England might follow in recognising, 412.

deprives Lady Scudamore of right to sit before queen, 414
-, desires Bellievre's wife to sit before queen, 420, 421.

accused of encouraging Scots, 418
-, reported secret negotiations with Bavaria, 437.

desires Rohan's daughter to marry Nemours, 429
-, congratulations on birth of dauphin, 449, 466.

emperor suggests peace with Swedes to exclusion of, 429.

displeased at Charles' efforts to reconcile with mother, 457
-, threat to hand over her ministers to, 463
-, wants mother to go to Florence, 464, 466.

English ask to get passports for Palatine as elector, 465
-, Palatine's envoy asks for help, 466.

Chevreuse not returning to, 469.

no orders to Bellievre about mother, 471
-, Bellievre informs La Valette will not be received, 477.

Charles will give same help to Palatine as, 473
-, Palatine begs for help, 478.

bound to support Venice against Turks, 476.

offices with to receive back mother, 478, 481
-, content for England to bear cost of her, 480.

asked to exchange Casimir for Rupert, 479
-, indignant at English message to Breisach, 486.

sends Lopez to buy warships in Holland, 484.

1639 :

accused of aiming at universal monarchy, 486
-, munitions assembled by, at Calais, 501.

Scudamore waiting for return from Fontainebleau to take leave, 487
-, he takes leave of, 496.

recruits granted for Irish regiment of, 488
-, powers given to Richelieu, 508.

remonstrance about Brussels negotiations, 489
-, Leicester urges to conclude Hamburg negotiations, reply, 502.

Charles unwilling for queen mother to incense, 492
-, her manifesto altered to mollify, 495
-, will give her every commodity at Florence, 497, 511.

Palatine considered as ally, 493.

withdraws order to Bellievre to return, 495
-, Chevreuse finds pardon defective, 506.

Charles tries to induce to send Weimar's troops against Bavaria, 498.

mother's manifesto will not mollify, 499
-, Jermyn's mission to, offering her submission, 500, 504, 506, 576
-, reply to, 534.

suspected designs on Dunkirk, 510.

offended at Scudamore refusing present, 511
-, Fielding not allowed to cover before, 539
-, and leaves without seeing, 540.

wishes England free to help Palatine, 512
-, orders Believre to support Palatine's request for uncle's help, 560.

desires peace through papal intervention, 521.

Charles does not wish to rouse suspicions over Brussels negotiations, 543.

clears self from suspicion of fomenting Scots, 549.

English fear may spoil plans with Weimar army, 566, 583.

ready to help Palatine if England does, 567, 592
-, Palatine to arrange affairs with, 580
-, Charles urges Palatine not to see, 583
-, Palatine's journey to pay respects to, 593.

supposed move to get passport for Palatine, 585
-, reason for arresting Palatine, 591, 597
-, mission to for prince's release, 600, 601, 605.

to hold conference on affairs at St. Germain, 593
-, English naval preparations designed to alarm, 602
-, suspected designs on Channel islands, 605.

Louis, son of Louis XIII, dauphin of France (Louis XIV) :

rejoicing in England at birth, 449, 456
-, congratulatory mission on, 449, 456, 458.

Louis Philip, duke of Simmern, brother of the Elector Palatine :

did not merit deprivation, 306.

Louvain [Prov. Brabant, Belgium] :

Graswinckel's treatise on Savoy's claims printed at, 517n.

Lovaina, Guglielmo, archer of the king of Spain's guard :

robbed by William Agustini, 444.

Lowe, Anthony :

letter to Middlesex, 126n.

Lubeck, Germany :

Count Kurz at, 356
-, effort to reopen negotiations with Sweden at, 429.

congress at :

Roe to attend, 441
-, Roe urges Salvius to attend, 455
-, effort to have exclusion decree abolished, 462, 493.

Luneburg, duke of. See Frederick, duke of Luneburg.

Luynes, Luines, duke of. See Albert Charles d'.

Lyon, Lyons [Rhone, France] :

queen mother's jewels in pawn at, 365.

Palatine takes remittances on merchants of, 584
-, king refused Palatine interview at, 593.

despatches dated at, 572, 589.

-, archbishop of. See Duplessis, Alfonse Louis.