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Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 28, 1647-1652. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1927.

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Laderdagne. See Maitland, John, earl of Lauderdale.

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

Lagan district, co. Down, Ireland, Irish gathering in, 223.

Lambert
-, Bambert, John, Colonel, later Maj. Gen., retires before Scots, 71
-, reported defeat, 72
-, establishes order in Scotland, 212-3
-, army to enforce obedience in, 231.

governor designate of Ireland, goes to London, 218
-, taking over force, 241.

sending troops from Scotland to Ireland, 264
-, superseded in Irish command, 270.

unites in army demands of parliament, 270.

Lancaster, duchy of, Charles enters, 198.

Lancelot
-, John, English agent at the Porte, sees Soranzo about ships, 14
-, approaches Soranzo about Bendish, 21.

Lanchester, Thomas, master of the Realta, agreement for hire of, 104.

Langdale, Sir Marmaduke, leads rising in north, 65.

Langham, Alderman, released from Tower, 65n.

Langhorne, Langorn. See Laugharne.

La Riviere, Riviera, Chevalier, Condé sends to Cromwell, 202.

La Rochelle [Charente Inf., France], ship of taken by Popham, 103n.

English goods seized at, 146.

Lauderdale, earl of. See Maitland, John.

Laugharne
-, Langhorne, Langorn, Rowland, victory over parliamentarians, 56
-, defeat at St. Fagans, 60
-, trial of, 97
-, condemned to be shot, 99.

Laurel, English merchantman, Venetian fleet turns back, 96.

law
-, committee to consider inconveniences of, 212
-, parliament engaged on reformation of, 222.

Lealta, agreement for hire of, 104.

Legano. See Lisburn.

Leghorn
-, [Prov. Livorno, Italy], Bendish at, 8
-, English ships trading to, 11, 38, 92, 181, 232, 275, 285
-, goods unladed by English at, 259, 275.

money brought from to Venice, 133
-, incident at with Admiral Hall, 179, 217
-, English merchant crews paid off at, 275.

Dutch squadron at, English takes refuge from, 257
-, squadron stationed off, 259
-, return to watch, 267, 272, 275
-, Dutch threat to blockade, 272
-, English blockaded at, 288, 295.

Dutch ships at join squadron, 275
-, van Galen can draw upon ships at, 293, 298.

van Galen at, 277
-, Dutch need of, 300.

English merchantmen at, unwilling to go out and fight, 295
-, Dutch at alarmed by escape of English ships, 327.

workshops busy for both sides, 296.

cutting out of Phœnix at, 316, 319-20, 324.

Poole sent to Venice from, 323
-, Grandier chosen to be minister at, 327.

Lazaretto at, 257, 275, 281, 295.

Dutch consul at. See Vanderstraten, Peter.

English consul at. See Read, Morgan
-, Santhill.

governor of, 316.

Hall remonstrates with, 179
-, Dutch demand shall have English goods put in Lazaretto, 257
-, calls on both sides to respect port, 320.

naval agent at. See Longland, Charles.

Leith
-, [co. Edinburgh, Scotland], Capt. Anderson enters, 206
-, ships sent from to Montrose, 214
-, Col. Walley's regulations for, 216.

governor of. See Fenwick, Col. George.

vice governor of, 206.

Leitrim
-, co. Ireland
-, Irish driven out of, 215.

Lemnos, Limene, island of, Middleton's action with Turks off, 132.

despatch dated off, 259.

Lenet, Lene, Pierre, Condé sends to Spain, 202.

Lenthall
-, William, speaker of the House of Commons, flees to army, 10-2
-, violence shown by apprentices to, 10
-, thanks Fairfax, 12
-, enactments during absence to be null, 13, 16
-, at reception of Cardenas, 186.

Fleming gets Paulucci to write to, 252
-, Senate's letter to be handed to, 294.

alarm of, special guard for, 264
-, memorial of Paulucci for, 306, 308
-, Bordeaux takes credentials to, 325.

Leopard
-, warship, flagship of Appleton, at Zante, 232
-, at Leghorn, 257
-, Dutch spy on board, 316n.

Leopold V, of the Tyrol, archduke of Austria, 132n.

Leopold
-, William, archduke of Austria, governor of the Spanish Netherlands, entertains duke of York at Brussels, 84
-, urged to take advantage of French troubles, 89
-, goes to see Charles at Valenciennes, 109.

Charles desires passage from, 103
-, takes Dunkirk, 286
-, receives Blake and gives him gold chain, 293.

Lesbos. See Mitylene.

Leslie
-, Lesle, Lesley, David, explains advance to frontier, 20
-, not inclined to disband troops, 24
-, made governor of Edinburgh castle, 104
-, rumoured defeat, 105
-, victory over Middleton, 106.

-, count Walter, confirms grant of English ships to Turks, 106
-, made general of Slavonia, 158.

Levant
-, English trade to, 8, 327
-, ships trading to, 199, 257, 280, 327
-, squadron to protect against Dutch, 266.

granting levies to Venice may endanger, 60
-, merchantmen for held up, 326.

Venetian interests in, 129
-, van Galen cannot get ships from in time, 299.

parliament squadron not going to, 174
-, parliament officers in to respect Grand Duke's interests, 217
-, more English squadrons for, 236.

English merchants in complain of ill treatment by Turks, 264.

Dutch mean to stop English trade with, 272, 275
-, importance of protecting trade, 306, 315.

Levant Company, opposes grant of levies to Venice, 37-8, 43.

representations to against helping Turks, 56, 101, 162
-, Salvetti sees and receives assurances about, 63, 75, 128, 169
-, upset by Turkish exactions, 125.

detention of ships by Venetian fleet, 95-6, 98, 131, 142n.

ship of (Apollo) seized by French, 111n
-, agreement with for passing Dardanelles, 117, 122-3, 130-1, 135-6
-, alleged infringement of, 162, 165.

ships held back from Constantinople, 126
-, Salvetti's negotiations with, 130-1, 166, 169, 170, 211
-, he guarantees good faith, 201, 204-5, 211.

Grillo made consul without reference to, 156n
-, approves Campion as factor at Zante, 173n.

claim of for hire of ships, 184-5
-, complaint of non payment for ships, 300.

will resist refusal of ships to Turk, 199
-, dispute with parliament about appointing ambassador to Porte, 253-4.

representations to about taking away ships, 271, 287, 315-6, 327
-, Paulucci sees about recall of ships, 291, 300
-, decision about recalling, 291n
-, reply to Paulucci, 300n.

agent in London urges sending squadron to Mediterranean, 298.

-, governor of. See Pennington, Sir Isaac.

-, secretary of. See Evans, Michael.

Levellers
-, rise of in army, 26-7, 32
-, movements of Independents to put down, 105-7
-, disperse in isle of Wight, 107
-, take Oxford, 120
-, and Wallingford, 121.

dangerous if Irish war unsuccessful, 118, 120.

Leverpol, Leverpoul. See Liverpool.

levies :

parliament forbids, without licence 51-2
-, emissary of Venice in London for, 182, 185
-, Condé raises in England, 208
-, Paulucci's mission ostensibly for, 213, 223, 225-7, 229, 233-4, 242, 263, 267-8, 280, 290, 315.

offered to Venice, 299.

English, for Portugal, 315.

-, for Spain, 52.

-, for Venice, 2, 30, 33, 36-7, 41, 43, 46, 54, 60-1, 64, 66, 68, 71, 78.

Irish, demands for, 248.

-, for Spain, 267, 308.

-, for Venice, 25, 30, 46, 47, 54, 64, 68, 71, 73, 253, 256.

prisoners, for Venice, 76, 79.

Scottish, demands for, 248.

-, for Portugal, 312, 315.

-, for Spain, 267.

-, for Venice, 253.

by Prince Palatine for Venice, 43, 46, 47, 51.

M. de la Valette for Venice, 37-9, 41, 46, 54, 60, 63, 66, 73.

Levingston. See Livingstone.

Lewes, Sir William, released from Tower, 65n.

Liberton, lord, Libbertonus. See Winram, George.

Lilburne
-, Lilborn, John, Fairfax demands release, 9
-, inspires book against government, 26.

Lilla. See Lisle.

Limbii, John, master of the Lealta, agreement for hire of ship, 104.

Limene. See Lemnos.

Limerick
-, Limerich, Ahal, co. Limerick, Ireland, Ormonde starts for, 136
-, Cromwell prepares to invest, 142.

Ireton besieges, 200
-, surrender of, 206
-, persons executed at, 208
-, Coote returns to, 210.

-, governor of. See O'Niell, Hugh.

-, mayor of. See Strick, Thomas.

Lincoln, co. Lincoln, royalists take, 69.

Lindsay
-, Alexander, lord Balcarres, Belcares, Belcarri, men desert, 207
-, surrenders, 211
-, starts fresh insurrection, 215.

linen, expected gift of, from England to Spain, 173.

Linlithgow, Scotland, Presbytery of, 221.

Lisbon, Portugal :

Rupert at, 151
-, parliament fleet at, 152, 155
-, parliament fleet leaves, 160.

ship from captured, 183
-, English send to about Guimaraes, 184.

Lisburn or Lisnagarvy, Legano in Ulster, co. Down, Ireland, troops sent against, 130.

Lisle
-, Lilla, Daniel, parliament envoy to Sweden, starts for Stockholm, 222
-, back and report, 274.

-, commissioner to inspect fleet, 301
-, report, 302.

Lisnagarvy. See Lisburn.

Liverpool, Leverpol, Leverpoul, co.

Lancs :

troops embark from for Ireland, 134
-, king takes, 200
-, plague at, 239.

Livingstone, Levingston, Alexander, Highlanders attack, 207.

-, James, earl of Callander, Calendar, at Bauirch, 71
-, Highlanders capture baggage, 207.

London, 5, 27, 40, 80, 162, 201.

despatches dated at, 226, 228-9, 232, 234, 238, 241, 244, 246, 249, 254, 256, 260, 263, 265, 267, 271, 274, 277-8, 280, 284-5, 288, 292, 295, 298, 302, 304, 306, 308, 310, 313, 315, 319, 323, 326.

advices from, 1-5, 9-12, 15-9, 23-6, 30-2, 34, 36-7, 39, 40, 42-6, 48, 50-3, 55-61, 63-4, 68-72, 74-83, 85-7, 91-2, 94, 96-7, 99, 101, 103-6, 108, 110-1, 115-6, 118, 120-1, 124, 127, 133-4, 142, 205-6, 208-10, 212-22, 224, 230, 236, 239.

news from, 194, 196, 313.

letters dated at, 125-6, 128, 130-1, 169, 170, 184-5, 205, 212, 256.

-, alluded to, 106.

paper dated at, 304.

king's alleged designs against, 47.

1647 :

terror in at advance of army, 1
-, army's march on, 2-3, 10
-, army turns way from, 4, 9.

king's children brought to 1
-, children sent back to, 9.

sends deputies to Fairfax, he threatens, 3
-, speakers flee from, 10
-, Fairfax means to disarm, 16.

prepares defence against army, 10
-, surrenders to Fairfax, 12
-, demolition of fortifications, 17-9, 23.

riot in, 10-1, 16
-, enquiry upon, 16-18
-, penalties for, 23
-, limited, 24.

king to return to, 10, 15
-, leading men returning to from France, 16
-, proposal to bring king to, 31, 33-4
-, king asks to go to, 32.

stir in at reported agreement between king and army, 17
-, Fairfax builds forts to control, 23.

Scots send deputies to, 18
-, rejoicings in for success in Ireland, 35.

Fairfax remonstrates with about delay in paying army, 20
-, raising money, 24, 34.

alarm in, at measures taken by parliament, 24
-, remonstrance against bringing troops to, 34
-, threat of army returning to, 36.

officers and men executed in, 34
-, suspicion of conspiracy, royalists expelled from, 36, 38.

1648 :

proposed Venetian levy in, 36-7, 60-1.

proposal to bring king to, 37, 51, 53, 66, 69, 70
-, movement in favour of king in, 45
-, royalists arrested in, 63.

Fairfax sends Waller to, 42
-, and troops to keep order, 42, 45
-, army threatens, 58.

declaration from king published in, 45
-, lower orders in, favour king, 52.

statement for Scots preparing in, 50
-, Scots send deputy to, 57, 59.

king's children in, 51, 61
-, Fairfax leaving, 53
-, duke of York escapes from, 57-8.

need to keep forces to control, 52
-, riot of apprentices in, 56, 58.

money raised in, for Ireland, 56
-, army demands money of, 62
-, refuses loan to Commons, 64.

allowed control of troops, 61
-, Fairfax master of, 83-4.

armed bands from Surrey enter, 62
-, turned out, 63
-, divisions and disorder in, 72.

revolted ships to blockade, 66
-, prince stops ships of, 72-3.

Scottish lords take refuge in, 76
-, king asks leave to return to, 82.

1649 :

king brought to, 86, 90
-, and beheaded in, 87
-, quiet on day of king's execution, 91
-, Falbex's house in, sacked, 115.

loan asked of for war in Ireland, 97
-, act for regulating militia in, 107
-, Fairfax comes to restore order in, 121.

Cromwell expected back in soon, 115
-, parts of king's body sold in, 137.

1650 :

couriers to, from Madrid, 148-9
-, Ascham's murder reported to, 152.

Charles said to be advancing on, 156
-, Hyde and others sent to, 159.

Blake's fleet recalled to, 157
-, confidence of victory in, 165.

Joachimi told to leave, 158
-, ships arming in, 166.

1651 :

proposed Dutch embassy to, 172
-, Guimaraes at, 184.

fleet sails from, 172.

king's goods sold by auction in, 175
-, Charles hides in, 203-4.

Venice well spoken of at, 182
-, Romans in bad odour at, 193.

Fisher returns to, 183, 191-2
-, rid of French, 192.

ships fitting against French at, 190
-, Dutch ambassadors arrive at, 210.

1652 :

Ireton's body brought to, 212
-, Speiring dies in, 215.

Pauluzzi sent to, 213, 234
-, his stay in, 214, 241, 308
-, may be expelled from, 235, 242.

Monk arrives in, 218
-, Lambert in, 218
-, Bradshaw leaves, 222.

all going quietly in, 225
-, perfectly tranquil, 231
-, no beggars allowed in, 239.

commercial relations with Bordeaux, 234
-, no lack of wine in, owing to captures at sea, 240.

quarters in for Danish ambassadors, 236
-, they enter in state, 244
-, Pauw enters, 249.

recruits in, for Ireland, 238
-, difficulty of getting at truth in, 243
-, talk in of strength of Dutch fleet, 255.

solemn prayers and fast in on 20 June, 249
-, Dutch war not taken seriously in, 260.

goods from Levant for, at Leghorn, 257
-, Dutch mean to stop trade with Levant, 272.

troops raised in compulsorily for fleet, 262
-, war disapproved of in, 276.

report of Dutch prizes in, 273
-, English ship for, from Smyrna, 285
-, ships for captured, 291.

Appleton has promise of help from, 277
-, he sends to, to hasten, 281.

fast to be celebrated in, 280
-, Paulucci not to leave without notice, 323.

Count of Peneguiao expected in, 280
-, his entry, 295
-, Grand Duke sends to, 320.

naval captains sent prisoners to, 302
-, ships sent from to Sound, 311.

cheered by arrival of colliers as coal scarce and dear, 310
-, joins army in demanding new parliament, 312.

apprentices of, 10-2, 56, 58.

bishop of. See Juxon, William.

Common Council of, objects to parliament raising troops, 2
-, Fairfax demands expulsion of members, 9
-, offers banquet to Fairfax, 13
-, great banquet prepared by, for government, 108.

-, apprentices' petition to, 10
-, petition of, 69.

-, difficulties in raising money for army, 18
-, letter of prince to, 72-3.

lord mayor of. See Gayer, Sir John
-, Warner, Sir John.

mayor and aldermen of, sent to Tower, 23.

mayor and council of, 3.

sheriffs of, 10, 13, 23, 34, 57-8, 62.

trained bands, militia, of 10, 12.

places in and near :

Chelsea, Dutch ambassadors lodged at, 245.

Gatehouse, 159n.

Hyde park, Hepar, 3.

Kensington, Chinelenton, Fairfax's house at, 115.

the park, 226, 228.

St. James' palace, 57n.

St. Paul's, 138.

-, proposed demolition, offer for materials, 267.

St. Peter's Church, Paul's Wharf, minister arrested, 120.

Strand, 215n.

Syon House, Gion, king's children at, 1
-, king goes to visit, 15
-, Dutch ambassadors visit at, 91.

Tower, 12, 15.

guns taken to, 19
-, mayor and aldermen sent to, 23
-, mayor and sheriffs take refuge in, 57
-, city given control of, 61-2.

plot against, 56
-, Inchiquin's son committed to, 57
-, prisoners released from, 65
-, prisoners escape from, 288.

broken up crowns sent to, 210.

Hydes imprisoned in, 159n, 167n
-, Worcester sent to, 271
-, Stanier sent to, 323.

lieutenant of. See Berkstead, Col. John
-, West, Col. Francis.

stairs, 255.

Whitehall, 103.

king brought to, 86
-, Dutch ambassadors confer at, 214.

London, merchantman, Bendish sails in, 14n.

Londonderry
-, co. Londonderry, Ireland, Scots storm, 107
-, cut off from relief, 112.

-, governor of. See Coote, Sir Charles.

Long, Walter, released from Tower, 65n.

Longford, co. Ireland, thrown open to parliamentarians, 220.

Longland, Charles, naval agent at Leghorn, 304.

sent Poole to Venice to fetch away ships, 323n.

Longone. See Porto Longone.

Longueville, duchess of. See Bourbon, Anne Genevieve de.

-, duke of. See Orleans, Henry of.

Lords, House of, Upper House, 187.

army demands punishment of members, 2
-, or removal, 3
-, six members accused of crimes against state, 18.

wants king's 2 children to return to Syon House, 9.

Commons confer with upon peace proposals, 27
-, proposal of, 34
-, sends terms to king, 36-7.

new creations to have no seat in, 34
-, many members arrested, 84.

opposed to trial of king, Commons act without, 86
-, king says parliament illegal without, 87
-, respect shown to king in, 90.

speaker of. See Montagu, Edward, earl of Manchester.

Lorica, captured by English ships, 267.

Lorenzon, Thomas, acted as English consul at Venice, 62.

Lorraine, wealthy Dutch withdraw to, because of war, 304.

-, duke of. See Charles III.

Lothian, earl of. See Kerr, William.

Loudoun, earl of. See Campbell, John.

Louis XIV, king of France, 126.

measures to conciliate English, 52
-, promises help against England, 86.

Prince of Wales takes leave of, 64
-, sends Varennes to England, 86
-, idea of Spanish offer of help to, 89.

grants facilities for privateering, 134
-, English seize ship of, 153.

mediator between Sweden and Poland, 142
-, Swedish army to help, 283.

Hyde had credentials from, 163
-, sends Gentillot to England, 176.

devotion to Mazarin hinders peace, 223
-, Mazarin entertains, 273.

wishes satisfaction to be given to English, 231
-, letters of for Bordeaux unsatisfactory, 325.

Lower House. See Commons, House of.

Lubeck, German Empire, ship of captured, 307, 309.

despatch dated at, 319.

Lucas, Sir Charles, governor of Colchester, sortie by, 67.

Ludlow
-, Edmund to command forces in Ireland, successes of, 209
-, lays waste Bunratty, 215.

Lutetia. See Paris.

Lyon [Rhone, France] :

papal remittances stayed at, 5.