Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 31, 1657-1659. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1931.
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Kelsey, Thomas, major general, for Kent, resignation of, 16n.
Kent, state ship, sent to Toulon, 225.
Ketteler, James, duke of Courland:
-, envoy returning to, 90; esteem for Venice, 93; wants Cromwell's help to settle some naval matters, 192.
-, Strauss sent to settle private matter between earl of Warwick and, 192; regard for Venice, 225.
-, Bradshaw at Court of, 205; a prisoner with the Swedes, 272.
-, letter for not imparted to minister, 217.
“Killing no Murder,” publication, Cromwell affects indifference to, but has copies burned, 60.
Kilman, J. H., envoy of duke of Holstein, mission of condolence and congratulation, 258; has audience, 264; attends Cromwell's funeral, 269.
Kimolo, Argentiera, la Argenteria, island of [Archipelago, Greece], Angel escapes from Venetian fleet at, 254.
Kingston, upon Hull. See Hull.
Kiuprili, Mohammed, Grand Vizier of Turkey:
-, letters to for restitution of Resolution, 125; going to Belgrade with designs against Dalmatia, 148.
-, means to protest against England and Holland giving Venice benefit of ships, 171.
-, will give Bendish satisfaction about Barbary corsairs in return for satisfaction about ships, 187; Bendish sees and takes high tone against corsairs, 189, 198.
-, complains of granting ships to Venice, 190; detains English captain as spy, 279.
-, severity of orders at Adrianople, 279.
Kronborg, Cronemburgh [Zealand, Denmark]:
-, reported capture by Swedes, 243; reports vague about, 246; king reports capture, 248–9, 252; Swedish fleet takes refuge under guns of, 270.
-, Swedes' promise to England, 268; Dutch know of promise, 280.
La Fuente, marquis. See Tello de Guzman, Gaspard.
La Mamora. See Mehediya.
Lambert, John, major general, member of Council:
-, to report on draft for Bendish, 8n; opposes Pack's motion for change of government, 22; heads deputation to Cromwell against change, 27; receives unexpected reply, 28; strong opposition in House to change, 35.
-, inspired petition for new general, aspires to chief command, 60; Cromwell sends for, reproves and deprives of all offices, 88.
-, opposes bill against Catholics, 78; Cromwell allows full liberty of action to friends of, 89; Bright a favourite of, 103.
-, appointments not yet disposed of, 92; army officers anxious to do something to serve, 96.
-, Cromwell fears may contrive something against state, 96; being rendered incapable of attack, 103.
-, will oppose royal title when parliament meets again, 103; powerless to oppose, 155.
-, Falconbridge to have governship of North, held by, 134; Fleetwood succeeds as lieut. general of the army, 140.
-, soldiers retain respect and affection for, 239; secretly stirring up discontent in army, 255.
-, returned to parliament, bitter enemy of Cromwell, 285.
Lands End, co. Cornwall, William taken off, 17n.
Landskrona, Landscroune [Malmohus, Sweden], Dutch propose to destroy Swedish ships sheltering at, 270.
Lawrence, Henry, President of the Council, Richard proclaimed in presence of, 242.
Lawson, Lauson, John, Vice Admiral, arrested for complicity in plot, 46.
lawyers, English, customary and desirable to be liberal with, 272.
lead, supplied to Turks by English merchants, 136.
Lede, Leidem, marquis of. See Bette, Guillaume.
Leghorn [Prov. Levorno, Italy]:
-, despatches dated at, 162, 228, 250, 254, 258, 262.
-, letter dated at, 209.
-, news from, 100, 130.
-, English merchant helps Spanish slaves to escape to, 79.
-, letter to Grand Duke sent to English consul at, 141; English trading at, 236; English ship at, from Indies, 250.
-, six English frigates expected at, to secure trade, 141; Stoakes sailed to from Tunis, 180n.
-, Stoakes off, interfering with shipping, 164; Grand Duke complains about, 178, 200.
-, English at fear Grand Duke may complain of Stoakes' arrogance, 187; six of English squadron proceed to, 224, 225n.
-, Ell takes cargo belonging to Sultan to, consul has seized, 190; Angelo carries off Zane and crew to, 254, 276; lands crew at, 254, 258; Rand keeps out of reach of guns of, 262.
-, claim for injuries inflicted by corsairs of, 227.
-, English take Spanish ship sailing from, 200; ship expected from with Zane's crew, 278.
-, consul at, English. See Longland, Charles.
-, -, Venetian. See Armeno, Giuseppe,
-, governor of, Stoakes rejects proposal for exchange of ships, 187.
Lendall, Capt. R., raid of, in Thanet, 96n.
Leon, Fort, near Dunkirk [Nord, France], captured, 214, 216.
Leopold, archduke of Austria, King of Hungary:
-, Peñaranda asks for help in Flanders, 121; Masini wants to operate in Pomerania against Swedes, 139, 140.
-, attack on house of Austria would force to join with Spaniards, 140.
-, England would wish any one else chosen emperor, 204.
-, the emperor:
election regretted because of dislike of Austria, 232; Richard refers to designs on Sound, 288; joins coalition against Sweden, 301.
forces of capture Sonderborg, 281; designs to ruin Brandenburg, 301.
-, Dunkirk usual collecting place for, 112; Dutch may transfer route to Zealand, 181.
-, passage from Flanders shut off, 115, 117; Giavarina to take steps necessary for safety of, 187.
-, may be sent by Ostend, 112, 117; may be sent by Sluys, 115.
-, delayed, 169.
-, Majorcans capture English ships returning from, 110.
-, Venice wants levies in England for, 130; Cook not likely to proceed to, at once, 157.
-, Blake's exploit prevented Tunis ships going to, to help Sultan, 137; Cook ready to take ships to, 164.
Levant Company, Turkey Company:
-, entertains Aga from Algiers, 79; dispute between members of, referred to arbitrators, 160.
-, ship of captured by Tripolitans, 100n; appeal to Cromwell for redress and to send fleet against Tripoli, 101; Cromwell gives fair words to, 110; Giavarina to see what happens about, 121; Giavarina to perform office with, 153, 171; he sees members but does not convince, 172–3; have received bad impression from agents of Venice; 173
-, sending out captain to bring back ship, 173; sending him to take command, 185.
-, demands payment for ships in Venetian service, 172–3, 183, 249, 272; money paid on account for, 181, 256; will recall ships if payment not made, 183.
-, Holdipp chosen consul for Morea by, 206n.
-, governor of. See Riccard, Alderman Andrew.
-, Bordeaux asks for, 25, 75.
-, English offered to Venice, 36–7, 70–1; Venice requires in England, 130, 145, 181; negotiations for, 156, 159, 187, 189, 209.
-, Irish for France, 25, 29, 86.
-, for Sweden, 29, 113, 127, 129, 156, 189, 204.
-, of Scots for Portugal, 86, 159; offered to Melo for Portugal, 108; Melo pressing for, 125.
-, for Denmark, 156, 171.
-, circulated in city, 60, 168.
-, distributed among troops, 168, 171.
Lille. See Lisle.
Lillebonne, Lilebone, count of. See Lorraine, Francois Marie de.
Link, Linch near Gravelines [Pas de Calais, France], besieged, 228, 231.
-, news from 160, 177, 290.
-, Melo should have left, 55, 75; Melo still at, 78.
-, money expected from, 75, 86; slow in corning, 159.
-, Col. Drummond going to, 86.
-, Dutch fleet sails for, 108, 113, 132; Dutch fleet reaches, 118; Dutch commissioners land at, 129; Dutch merchants and goods seized at, 134; Dutch fleet stationed off, 237.
-, annual fleet from W. Indies to, 132; English squadron reported at, to convoy fleet, 135.
Lisle, Lille, John, commissioner of the Great Seal, to consider draft for Bendish, 8n; made president of High Court of Justice, 202.
Lisola, Francis Paul, freiherr von, imperial ambassador in Sweden, liberal proposals made by, to king, 77.
Little Lewis, Longland has goods from sequestrated, 190.
Livry, marquis de. See Sanguin, Louis.
Lizard, state ship, Morning Star of Amsterdam taken by, 73n.
Lockhart, Robina (née Sewster), Cromwell's niece and Col. Lockhart's wife, 44.
-, joins husband at Paris, 16, 26; Lockhart goes to Calais to meet, 21; received by king at the palace, 175.
-, pleaded indisposition, 183; to go to England, 186; comes with husband, will remain, 195.
Lockhart, Locart, Loccart, William, colonel:
-, sent back to Paris, to be ambassador extraordinary, 7; can be ambassador in ordinary, 10, 14–5; takes up formal charge, 26, 34.
-, reports arrival, 13; negotiations very secret, 14, 25; preparing equipage, 15; remains incognito, 16.
-, goes to Calais to meet wife, reported gone to London, 21; back at Court, 26.
-, makes state entry, 29; treated as envoy of prince, 30; Giustinian calls on, 32; compromise about reception, 34; Giustinian to cultivate friendly relations with,74.
-, Giavarina to send full particulars about, 35; returns Giustinian's visit, offers soldiers and sailors, 36, 70; speaks of kingship and Charles, 37; offer due to friendly disposition, 71.
-, gives up house on news of Cromwell's elevation, 44, 50; should share rise of fortune, 44.
-, expected command of forces in Flanders, 50, 52; may have command of regiment, 51.
-, goes to Calais to meet English troops, 55; instructed to be at hand until troops mustered, 58.
-, representations to Savoyard minister against persecution of Protestants, 56.
-, Mazarin complains to that secret of treaty not kept, 59; frequent conferences with Mazarin and ministers over coming campaign, 135–6.
-, Giustinian calls on and suggests naval help, 93; ignores suggestion, id.
-, comes post to urge maritime attack, confers with Mazarin and returns to army, 111; reaches London from Metz, visit astonishes all, 115, 120; recrosses sea after short conference with Cromwell, 118; Cromwell agitated after conference with, conjectures about, 124.
-, staying at Mardike to improve defences, 121; returns to Paris leaving all in admirable order, 155; insists on despatch of succour to Mardike, 142.
-, back in France, 125; in close negotiation with Mazarin, 141; usually sees Mazarin at night without ceremony, 151.
-, has seat in new upper house, 149.
-, in bad odour with people of Paris, keeps shut up in house, 151; receiving visits, 183.
-, has Irishmen arrested for plan to kidnap English youths, 175, 180.
-, Giustinan visits, talk of peace congress, 183; complains of and threatens pope, 183–4; returns Giustinian's visit, says help to Venice impossible, 186.
-, in frequent conference with French ministers, 184.
-, courier arrives from, 185; will have command of English in Flanders, 186; claim to command, 194; soldiers desire, 200; commanded English at battle of Dunes, 212.
-, confers with Savoyard ambassador about Vaudois and apologises for offices, 180.
-, sees Giustinian again, speaks of congress and Hesdin, 191; speaks of congress, 193.
-, treating with rebels of Hesdin, 193; unexpected arrival in London, 194; returning to France, 195, 197.
-, constant journeys of, motives unknown, 197; reported in London, 227.
-, sends report of Ostend fiasco, 199; reports capture of Fort Leon, 203; signed capitulations of Dunkirk, 216.
-, Dunkirk consigned to, enters as governor, 219, 222; issues proclamation fixing value of moneys, 228.
-, hangs soldiers who mock Catholics, 220, 222; capitulations scrupulously observed by, 227; Servien commends action as governor, 229.
-, reports siege of Gravelines, 228; sent reinforcements to help in, 237; reports capture of Ypres and siege of Armentieres, 249.
-, at Paris presents credentials from Richard, 257; returns to Dunkirk, does not like Paris, 259; expected in London, 266.
-, conferred with king and Mazarin about coming campaign, 259; discussing same in London, 268, 283.
-, narrow escape from ambush, 266; Morgan came to London with, 271.
-, complains of French not keeping agreements, Mazarin's retort to, 270; unfavourable account of Mazarin, 270, 275.
-, Don John sent to, for passport, 271; returns to Dunkirk with money for garrison, 283.
Lombard, Niccolo, colonel of Venetian auxiliaries, landed by Rand at Leghorn, 254, 258.
London, 21, 26, 132, 145, 191, 199, 228, 237, 276.
-, despatches dated at, 2, 6, 7, 10, 13, 16, 18–9, 21, 23, 26, 29, 32, 34, 36, 39, 41, 43, 47, 50, 52, 55, 58, 61, 65, 67, 71, 74, 77, 80, 84, 87, 91, 93, 96, 100, 104, 106–7, 109, 111, 113, 116, 119, 120, 123, 125, 128, 130, 132, 135, 138–9, 141, 144, 147, 150, 153, 155, 157, 159, 164, 166, 169, 171, 173, 175, 178, 181, 183, 186–7, 189, 193, 195, 197, 201, 204, 206, 209, 212, 215, 218, 221, 223–4, 227, 229, 231–2, 234, 236, 238, 240–1, 243–4, 246, 250, 252–3, 256, 258, 260, 262, 264–5, 267, 269, 271, 273, 276, 278, 281–2, 284–5, 287, 289, 291, 293–4, 297, 299, 302.
-, news from, 147, 160, 273.
-,-, activity of king's supporters in, 1; Sindercomb's limbs to be displayed in, 18.
-,-, rumours in of Blake's defeat, 7; reported arrival of Motteti in, 40.
-,-, Quakers from, at Rotterdam, 14; proposed tax on new buildings in, 21; great increase of prices in, 43.
-,-, celebrations of thanksgiving in, 21; Cromwell drawing friends and supporters towards, 48.
-,-, suspected persons of authority summoned to, 31; conspiracy of Fifth Monarchy men in, 65.
-,-, petition from for Cromwell to take crown, 43; libels against Protector circulated in, 60.
-,-, Lockhart returning to, 50; arrival of Portuguese ambassador prematurely announced in, 78; Melo expected in, 103.
-,-, expeditionary force reviewed near, quarters assigned for near, 54.
-,-, captured religious paraded through, 54; thanksgiving in for Blake's victory, 69.
-,-, parliament to reassemble in, in October, 68; members fined for leaving in last week of session, 78.
-,-, necessity of coal for, 75; Giavarina finds as expensive as Paris, 80.
-,-, pressing of watermen affects convenience, 75; heavy duties likely to check import of goods into, 85.
-,-, tax on new houses built in, 85; fast observed in, for epidemic, 105.
-,-, proclamation of Cromwell in, 82, 94; many in, paid to kill Cromwell,' 103.
-,-, report in of Spanish gold taken to Amsterdam, 94.
-,-, partisans of Sweden numerous in, 99; Petersen arrives in, 110; Ulrich's son in, 129.
-,-, Eilenburg's departure from, 99n, 135; Schlezer returns to 107; Frisendorff arrives in, 108.
-,-, Blake's body to be brought to, 102; Lockhart's flying visit to, 118, 120.
-,-, Cromwell leaves for Hampton Court, 104; Cromwell expected back in, 106; Cromwell back in, 109–10; Richard Cromwell back in, 154.
-,-, troops from sent to Flanders, 114; Cromwell asks to get together guard of horse, 152.
-,-, Fairfax posts to, about Buckingham, 127; Polish Protestant refugees in, 129.
-,-, Nieuport detained in, 129; Nieuport leaves, 134; no news of his return to, 141; Nieuport expected in, 143.
-,-, writs to summon parliament to, 143.
-,-, Swedish commissioners reach, 143; ambassador from Florida reaches, 147.
-,-, increase and activity of garrison in, 152; reinforcements sent to Flanders from, 194.
-,-, houses searched for royalists, 154, 181; and for king, 156; large number of troops brought into, 166; Monk summoned to, 170.
-,-, officers from Mardick bring news to, 154; Clerville sent to, 175; Swedish commissioners leave, 182.
-,-, Cromwell accuses parliament of trying to stir trouble in, 165; people may refuse to send representatives to, 172.
-,-, 20,000 in pledged to take up arms for king, 168.
-,-, libels circulated among garrison of, 171; citizens so stirred and puzzled might shut Cromwell out of, 176.
-,-, Catholics and royalists ordered to leave, 173, 181; Ormonde staying in, 169, 177, 179, 180.
-,-, Cromwell applies to for loan, refused, 174; not affected by Spanish order forbidding Flanders to trade with, 181.
-,-, Cromwell points out danger of, 179; urges putting militia in order, 179; militia reviewed, 182.
-,-, list made of all persons left in, 181; leading royalists in imprisoned, 188; men brought to, for trial by new High Court, 194.
-,-, Lockhart arrives unexpectedly in, 194, 197; Barkman leaves suddenly, 204; Nieuport returning to, 211, 223, 229, 232, 256; Nieuport remaining in, 262.
-,-, sickness and mortality in, 195, 197; fast observed in, 206.
-,-, plan to throw into confusion, for return of king, 201; troops paraded in for two days, 202.
-,-, cries of “kill the Protector” in, 202.
-,-, general of Charles staying incognito in, 202; Buckingham allowed to stay in, 241.
-,-, king said to have stores of arms and munitions in, 202; royalists summoned to, to clear selves of conspiring, 224.
-,-, proclamation in, to send supplies to Flanders, 203; news of fall of Dunkirk at, 219; terms of capitulation sold in, 220.
-,-, review of trained bands in, 205; French complimentary mission to, 213, 220; Falconbridge returns to, 215.
-,-, Cromwell staying away from, 225; foreign ministers leave, 226; Thurloe comes to and sees foreign ministers,
-,-, 229; sent to by Cromwell, 231.
-,-, Grand Duke sending gentleman to, 227; minister from Hamburg reaches, 231.
-,-, pamphlet published in to discredit Brandenburg, 232; verdict for Venice in, on Dorat's case, 246.
-,-, Mrs. Claypole's death likely to bring back Court to, 236; Cromwell returns to, 238.
-,-, news of fall of Gravelines at, 239; Lockhart expected in, 266; he arrives, 268; Morgan came to with Lockhart, 271.
-,-, Richard proclaimed in, 242, 248; protestations of loyalty from, 248; officers of armies of Scotland and Ireland in, 251.
-,-, Barckman returns to, 248; Duval arrives in, 258, 267; Ayscue and Duval return to, 283.
-,-, affair of Angelo reported to, 258, 262; soldiers from not arrived at, 278.
-,-, many gentlemen come to for Cromwell's funeral, fear of disturbance, 265; precautions in against disturbance at funeral, 268.
-,-, bad weather hinders letters reaching, 272, 284.
-,-, France asked to send commissioners to, 274.
-,-, fast in, for parliament, 282; Rosenwing expected in, 297; minister from Poland reaches, 298.
-,-, names of elected members reaching, 282; members for not thorough going supporters, 284; members keep arriving in, 285.
-,-, Lockhart staying in, 283; regiment brought back from Flanders to, 286.
-,-, petition from, to take army out of Richard's hands, 292.
-,-, Overton brought to, 292; his triumphal reception in, and arrest, 298, 300.
London, places in and near:
-, Chelsea College, Spanish prisoners confined at, 54n.
-, Mint, the, captured Spanish gold taken to, 54.
-, St. Bartholomew, Smithfield, burial of foreign ministers at, 84n.
-, St. James' palace, arrested priests taken to, 144, 147; being prepared for Cromwell, 238; Overton taken prisoner to, 298; cleared for Cromwell's widow, 285n.
-, St. James' park, Schlezer arrested in, 139n.
-, Shoreditch, conspirators arrested at, 46n.
-, Somerset House:
-,-, Cromwell lies in state at, 248; funeral goes from, 268.
-,-, Cromwell's widow to live at, 248.
-, the Tower, 108, 210.
-,-, guns fired at to celebrate Cromwell's escape, 21; new regulations for visiting prisoners at, 31.
-,-, murder of princes in, 34.
-,-, proposal to reinforce garrison, 34; 1000 good men levied near, for guard, 46.
-,-, guns fired for Blake's victory, 60; guns fired at his funeral, 111.
-,-, Sexby sent to, 96; 3 Catholic gentlemen sent to, 105; Courtney sent to, 165, 168.
-,-, munitions of war sent to Montague from, 115.
-,-, some officials sent to, 170; White sent to, 171; gentlemen sent to, 198; Buckingham sent to, 241.
-,-, libels circulated among troops at, 171; Slingsby and Hewet executed near, 213; Lovelace and Arscott sent to, 265.
-, lieutenant of. See Barkstead, Sir John.
Whitechapel, Mile End Green, 46n.
Whitehall, 9, 111, 158, 174.
letter dated at, 19.
palace, 266, 275, 287.
plot to fire discovered, 8; deputation to, to congratulate Cromwell, 11; collapse of stair at, 14; fasting and prayers at, 27.
Cromwell entertains members at banquet at, 21; deputation to, to offer crown, 35, 37, 41.
deputation of Lambert and officers to Cromwell at, 27.
parliament goes in body to, to offer crown, 42, 50, 53; petition and advice to be presented at, 59.
committee to meet at to consider question of kingship, 42, 44.
Cromwell at, for winding up and installation, 82; Cromwell sends for Commons to, and addresses, 162; speech at printed, 164.
Melo received at, 108.
celebrations of Frances Cromwell's wedding at, 131, 133; Richard Cromwell to live at, 248.
priests detained at, 150; Cromwell summons mayor and council to, 178; deputation returns to, with answer, 179.
Bordeaux visiting furtively, 214; left quite empty, 225.
air thought to be bad for Cromwell, 238; preparations at, for funeral, 243.
fast at, for Cromwell's death, 242; fast at, for parliament, 282.
city council goes to, to protest loyalty, 248; work at for coming parliament, 277, 284.
Giavarina has audience at, 263; and Kilman, 264; Cromwell's widow to leave, 285.
York House, Buckingham allowed to live in, as prison, 296.
aldermen of, took part at Cromwell's installation, 82; to be consulted about guard for city, 152; Cromwell urges to look to safety of city, 178; at Richard's proclamation, 242.
common council of, Cromwell sends for about guard, 178; decides to comply, 179; decides to increase militia, 182; protests loyalty to Richard, 248.
lord mayor of, election of, 257. See Chiverton, Sir Richard; Ireton, Sir John; Pack, Sir Christopher; Tichborne, Robert.
Long, Sir Lislebone, chosen as deputy for Speaker, 298; sudden illness and death, 299.
Longland, Charles, English consul at Leghorn:
-, letter for Grand Duke sent to, to demand release of Eastland Merchant, 141; had Ell sequestrated, with ship, 190.
-, supports Grand Duke against arrogance of Stoakes, 161.
Longueville, house of, men from at Lockhart's entry, 30.
Lords, House of, Upper House:
-, parliament decides to set up, 28, 63; will be constituted by October, 68.
-, name not specified to avoid upsetting army, 71; will be composed exclusively of Cromwell's creatures, 89, 140; constitution of, 149.
-, Cromwell and Council devote many hours to question of, 139, 140; surprise at delay in selecting persons for, 142; list of members published, 149.
-, assembles, Cromwell opens parliament in, 157; Commons regret formation, dispute about recognising, 164; Cromwell goes to, rates Commons about and dissolves parliament, 165.
-, question if to summon as well as Commons, 277; both to sit, 284, 297.
-, Commons disposed to make difficulties about, 284; refusal to acknowledge, 285.
-, Richard addresses parliament in, 288; spends day in fasting and prayer, 289.
-, Commons debate powers and functions of, 295; old peers have right to sit in, 297.
Lorraine France, French Court in, 114; convenient for peace congress, 193.
Lorraine, Francois de, prince of Harcourt, Arcurt, 30; brother of Lillebonne, 34.
-, Francois Marie de, count of Lillebonne, Lilebone, attends Lockhart at entry, 30, 34.
-, Henri II de, duc de Guise, present with Queen of Sweden, designs on Naples, 158; to command force gathering at Toulon, 161.
Louis XIII, King of France, treaty with James renewed, 51.
Louis XIV, King of France, the Most Christian:
-, Scots for service of mutiny, 6; no rush to enrol under banner of,29.
-, English help for would be reduced by breach with Dutch, 24; English force for service of, 49.
-, grant voted by clergy to, 47, 53.
-, to help English to take Nieuport and Ostend, 51; cultivation of English good will to, 98.
-, Charles certain to try and divert men from service of, 52.
-, puts own army in order and then goes to see English, 58, 67; promises they shall be well treated, 67.
-, Bordeaux has orders from to protect English Catholics, 69, 72.
-, Cromwell's representations to, for Vaudois, 72.
-, remonstrance of Sorbonne and clergy to, against establishing English on continent, 124.
-, new treaties and agreements being discussed with, 141; cannot make advances for peace without England's consent, 145.
-, possible designs on Naples, 159; and recovery of Hesdin, 191; hope that Hesdin will return to, 216.
-, orders arrest of some Irishmen, at Lockhart's suit, 175, 180.
-, received Lockhart's wife at palace, 175; close bonds uniting with English, 201.
-, claim of, to Dunkirk, 203; present of horses to, 212.
-, stays at Mardick, returns to Calais, 204; visit to camp before Dunkirk, 215.
-, mission of Falconbridge to, 204, 209, 212, 215; mission in response from, 215, 217, 220.
-, capitulation of Dunkirk signed by, to enter town, 216; sends news to Bordeaux, 219.
-, serious illness, 222, 224, 226; death reported, 227.
-, war with Spain forced upon, 229; Lockhart confers with upon coming campaign, 259.
-, Lockhart presented fresh credentials to, 257; Bordeaux presented letter from, to Richard, 258.
-, Bordeaux goes to inform of decision to help Swedes, 266, 281.
-, never sent commissioners to settle merchants' claims, 274; appeal to, to compel Meilleraie to make restitution, 275.
Lovelace, Francis, sent to Tower, 265.
Low Counties. See Netherlands.
Lubeck, German Empire, proposed congress at, for peace, 153.
Lunsford, Sir Herbert, recruits for regiment of, cut up near Mardick, 260.
Lyme, state ship, goes to Leghorn, 225.
Lyon [Rhone, France], Court going to, 259, 263; la Bastide sent to, 281.