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K

Karuel. See Querouaille.

Katherine, royal navy, goes to Sheerness, 26.

Katherine yacht, royal navy, captured by Dutch, 105n.

keeper, the lord (of the great soul). See Bridgeman, Sir Orlando; Coventry, Thomas lord; Finch, Heneage baron.

Kieri, Chieri, island of Zante, 60.

King's Bench, Burnett's case referred to, 307; refuses to deal with it, 308, 328.

Kinsale, co. Cork, Ireland, convoy arrives at, 97n, 105n, ships assembled at, 114.

Kiuprili Ahmad, Grand Vizier of Turkey, informed of war with Tripolitans, 426.

Klingenberg, Paul, Danish ambassador extraordinary at the Hague, Orange confers with, 382.

Konigsmarck, Otto William, count of, Swedish ambassador in France, thinks England can use position to gain trading advantages, 41; expected at Paris, 87.

L

lace, Venetian point, from Mantua, 351.

La Fontana [Zante], 60.

Lands End, co. Cornwall, Barbary corsairs sighted off, 433.

Lannoy, English consul at Aleppo, returning, at Zante, 81.

Laon [Aisne, France], bishop of. See Estrées, Caesar d'.

Latimer, lord. See Osborne, Edward.

Lauderdale, duke of. See Maitland, John.

lawyers:
-, object to register of sales of landed property, 312.
-, opinion on Burnett's ease, 327–8; criticise Lambeth proposals, 362.

lead, trade in, 8; imported at Venice, 222; Levant Co. exports, 461.

Leghorn [Prov. Livorno, Italy], 159.
-, news from, 12, 18.
-, Venetian glass sent to, 2; English cloth distributed from, 160.
-, negotiations on privileges of English at, 10; consulage at, 45–6.
-, Finch takes ship at, 55; Finch at, 152n.
-, proposal to establish convoys at, 84; request for places of worship at, 160.
-, question of salutes at, 158; dealing to get crews for galleys at, 159; Narborough's ships careening at, 479.

-, English consul at. See Skynner, Ephraim.

Leighton, Sir Ellis, secretary to Berkeley, in Paris, 494.

Le Neve, Captain Richard, commander of the Straits fleet, incident with, at Cadiz, 74.

Lennox, Charles, king's natural son by Louise de Querouaillo, made duke of Richmond, 444.

Leopold, the emperor, Caesar, 434.
-, Gascoigne to make representations to about York match, 39; married Neuburg's daughter, 52n.
-, Archduchess Claudia will marry, 39, 43, 59; proposed letter to Charles about, 59; sends Gascoigne back with letter to Charles, 70.
-, impatience to learn decision of, 65; orders Lisola to work for peace, 72.
-, manifesto of, directed against French, 128; expected to dismiss Gremonville, 138; dismisses him, 144.
-, Lisola induced to join grand alliance, 163; occupied with Poland, 188.
-, limitations on action of, 191; leaning to peace may make Spain cautious, 209.
-, consent needed for mediation, 249; must abide by his pledge, 258; may be forced to leave side of allies, 267.
-, army of, in the field, 250.
-, Charles writes to about mediation, reply, 200; accepts mediation of pope and Venice, 277; conditional acceptance of England and Sweden, 292.
-, refuses armistice, 276; refusal not resented, 278; disposed to await end of the campaign, 285; Orange complains to about Souches, 297.
-, to be urged to release Furstenberg, 287; release required of, 299.
-, accepts mediation of England, 319, 322–3; and of Venice, 400.
-, Brandenburg made separate treaty with, 320.
-, Orange will not pledge contributions for, 380; mission of Waldeck to, 350.
-, alarmed by French ambition, 344; England must hear from, before replying to France, 348; reply not approved, 370.
-, recruiting for, 355; forces in Flanders, 379; sending troops to Apulia and Sicily, 457n.
-, representations to, about Furstenberg, 374, 379, 450, 464, 470, 488; said to have consigned him to nuncio, 377; obstinacy about, 383.
-, memorial to, for Protestants, 380, 389.
-, Ronquillo acting as minister for, 434; forbad Court to Venetian minister, 453.
-, Dutch unwilling to act before intentions known, 446; suspicion of armistice, 448; Dutch interest with desired, 459, 494; Dutch try to get to accept English mediation, 493.
-, time will be needed for answer about congress, 465; referred pope to France about place of congress, 482.
-, not satisfied about Adriatic affair, 469.
-, complaint of Charles acting without consulting, 482; Skelton sent on special mission to, 494.

-, sister of. See Maria Anna Josepha.

“Letters from a person of quality to his friend in the country,” Lords order destruction, 475.

letters of marque, proclamation restricting use of, 302.

Levant, 140.
-, chance for England to get greater trade advantages in, 41; Grand Duke's plan to promote trade in, 78, 84.
-, consuls in paid by Levant Co., 333, 360.
-, Senate desires information about trade to, 451; particulars sent, 461.
-, Narborough's ships sail to, 479; Tripoli corsairs evade Narborough and go to, 480.

Levant Company, Turkey Company:
-, and consulage at Venice, 4, 54–5, 332, 334; consulage altered without consulting, 45, 46.
-, letter of, about change, 45–6.
-, dismisses Lannoy consul at Aleppo, 81n; pays salary to consuls in Levant, 333; duty levied by consul for, 360.
-, complaint of security required at Levant Islands, 445.
-, particulars of, constitution etc., 401.
-, convoy of ships of, 453n.

-, governor of. See Berkeley, George lord.

Leyden [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], consulted about Guelders offer, 370.

Leyonberg, John Barkman, Swedish resident in England, 454.
-, fears mediation may fail, suggests Venice should act, 124; says his king will attack whoever breaks the treaties, 202.
-, remonstrates at signing of peace before Spaar's arrival, 219; still expecting him, 237.
-, surprised at delay of crown in declaring itself, 239; news imparted by, 306.
-, informs king of march against Brandenburg, 319, 320.
-, attends comedy, 371; speaks of adjustment with Dutch, 377; asks king's intervention with Dutch, 377–8.
-, asks leave to publish memorial to emperor, 380; disappointed at effect, 389.

Liberty of the subject bill, discussed in Commons, 229.

Liége [Prov. Liége, Belgium], suggested for congress, 365.
-, massacre of French at, 382; French seize, 387.

-, commander at. See Vierset, baron de.

Liégois, France to restore, 451.

Ligne, prince de. See Claude Lamoral.

Lille [Nord, France], England might persuade Louis to return, 67.

Limburg [Belgium], Orange criticised over, 435; proposed restitution, 453, 487.

Limen. See Lymen.

Linch. See Lynch.

Lindsey, earl of. See Bertie, Robert.

Lion, Algerian corsair, in the Channel, 453.

Lionne, Hughes de, marquis of Fresne, Frene, released at instance of Mary of Modena, 180.

Lira, Manuel Francesco de, Spanish ambassador at the Hague, 76.
-, signs treaty with Dutch, 127.
-, to come to London as envoy extraordinary, 279.
-, says gates of Paris will be place for negotiating peace, 284; about mediation, 335.

Lisbon, Portugal, consulage at, 333.

Lisola, Francis Paul freiherr von, baron dell' Isola:
-, to exert himself in favour of peace, 72; at Brussels, confers with governor, 75.
-, delay in going to Cologne, 88; Spanish-Dutch treaty the work of, 127–8.
-, credited with contriving grand alliance against France, 163; the oracle consulted by Spain, 191; as foreigner unlikely to have success in Spain, 200.
-, not supposed to have had a hand in Dutch reply to king, 199; mortified by prospect of peace, 207.
-, influence over Monterey, 200; suggests Netherlands forming circle of the empire, 350.

Livingstone, Alexander, earl of Callendar, appeals to parliament, 372.

Lobkowitz, Wenceslas prince of, Austrian minister, Souches acted under orders of, 309.

Lockhart, Locar, Locard, Sir James, of Lee, lord justice clerk, 268.

-, Sir William, 240, 301, 355, 452.

going as envoy extraordinary to France, 38; sets out, 41.

reported recall for instructions about alliance, 133; brings money from France for new levies, 144.

regiment of to form guard for Mary of Modena, 155; troops of, land in France, 168; expected in Paris, 180; precedes Colbert to France, 200.

frequent conferences with Pomponne and audiences of the king, 212, 237, 240; excuses for abandonment of alliance, 217.

says passports chief difficulty at Cologne, 212; gets some concession about Lorraine, 217.

labours untiringly about mediation, 237, 240, 244; insists on necessity of an armistice, 245, 247; dual character, 249.

insists on king's intention to satisfy France, 247; great ability, French confidence in, 249.

introduces Higgons to Giustinian, 255; leaves for England, 266, 268; has permission to go to Scotland, 281.

may use influence to quiet Lauderdale's opponents, 281; gives hope of quiet in Scotland, 283.

expected back in Paris, 285; will back Spaar's representations, 287; Spaar gets pacific instructions for, 293.

not to insist on punishment of French corsair, 308.

views about mediation, 314; and peace, 315; advised of acceptance of mediation by emperor and Spain, 319, 322.

comment on papal mediation, 322; urges necessity of armistice, 325.

Orange accepts suggestion of Nimuegen, 376.

says nothing to fear from parliament, 387; says king will deal with, 397.

death of, 414; equipage kept undisposed of, 415, 418.

difficulty of replacing, 418.

-, -, wife of, 285.

London, 178–9, 292, 362, 382, 386.
-, Orange's visit to in 1670, 351.
-, despatches dated at, 2, 4, 5, 9–12, 14–5, 17–8, 20–3, 25–6, 28–30, 32–7, 39–41, 43, 48, 50–6, 58–9, 65, 68–9, 71, 73–4, 76–7, 80, 83–4, 86, 91–2, 97–8, 100–2, 106, 115, 117, 122–3, 125, 129, 138–9, 144–5, 155–6, 162–3, 169, 170, 174–5, 177–9, 182–5, 187–9, 192–3, 195–7, 199, 200–1, 202–3, 205, 207, 211–2, 215–6, 219, 221, 223, 229, 230, 233–4, 237, 239, 242–3, 246–7, 250, 253–5, 257, 259, 262–3, 265, 268, 270 2, 276, 278, 280, 282–3, 291, 294–6, 298, 301, 303–4, 306–8, 311, 313–4, 317, 319, 321, 325, 327, 329, 331, 333, 337–8, 341–4, 346–8, 350–1, 353–4, 357, 359, 360, 362, 364, 366, 368, 371, 373, 375–6, 378, 381–2, 384–5, 387, 390, 392, 394–6, 399, 400, 403, 405, 408, 411, 413, 417–8, 421–2, 424, 426, 429, 430, 433, 436, 438–9, 442, 444, 448, 450–1, 453, 455, 457, 459, 461, 464, 466–7, 470, 473, 477, 483, 487, 490, 493, 496–8.
-, 1673:
-,-, bonfires lighted in, at king's yielding over indulgence, 28.
-,-, in urgent need of peace, 50.
-,-, king's return to from fleet, 83; Rupert remains in, without employment, 120.
-,-, ships bound for, 114.
-,-, king stops Salinas coming to, 121.
-,-, prince Rinaldo to go with mother and sister to, 123; preparations in, for reception of the bride, 155.
-,-, parliament proposes banishment of Catholics and priests from, 169; pope burned in effigy in, 174, 178; ballads circulated in against pope, 178.
-,-, king writes to bride to come to, 169; reception of bride in, 181–2.
-,-, Florence lacks competent minister in, 171–2.
-,-, Prince Rinaldo seeing sights of, 189.
-,-, Spain transmitting large sums to, 190.
-, 1674:
-,-, promotion of sale of Venetian glass in, 195; cost of Venetian glasses in, 222; manufacture of glass in, 265; Venetian glass preferred in, 296.
-,-, duchess of Modena leaves, 197; Catholics banished from, 201.
-,-, French send rich treasure in cash to, 208; four persons in control glass trade, 223.
-,-, in confusion at prorogation of parliament, 232.
-,-, talk of transferring Cologne negotiations to, 234, 245–7; may be scene of negotiations, 247, 254, 262.
-,-, peace published at, rejoicings, 235; articles printed in, 239.
-,-, Dutch ambassadors reach, 259; their public entry, 261.
-,-, aliens not free of, 263; advantage for Venice to open trading house in, 264; proposal to make a free port, 310.
-,-, Fresno expected in, 270; Fresno set upon near, 278.
-,-, king's absence from resented, 274, 303; king returning to, 286, 288, 290, 305; duchess of York staying in, 299.
-,-, become dangerous to the crown, 275.
-,-, armistice being negotiated at, 276; unsuitable for congress, 314.
-,-, Dutch pirate sent prisoner to, 280.
-,-, Catholics brought before justices in, 291; bishops convoked to, 317n.
-,-, Veniero arrives in, 301; queen returns to, 305; king presented with freedom of, 338.
-,-, Orange wishes to come to, 305.
-,-, trade flourishing since peace with Dutch, 313–4; Dutch commercial treaty dated at, 324n.
-, 1675:
-,-, Arlington, Ossory and Latimer return to, 339; Orange proposes to visit, 352.
-,-, Tromp feted at, 356; Sarotti reaches, 390; Spaar going to, 400.
-,-, suggested for peace conference, 356, 360.
-,-, not a single Venetian firm in, 359; commissioners for Indies to sit in, alternately, 375, 377.
-,-, fresh parties and opinions the way in, 363; every one applauded in who favours his co-religionists, 418.
-,-, flourishing trade of, 380; riots of weavers in, 447–9; move to drive French artisans from, 449.
-,-, members of parliament desired to remain in, 409, 412; Court away from, 436; Court returns to, 455.
-,-, Alberti detained in by financial difficulties, 420.
-,-, some weavers pilloried in, 466.
-,-, proposal to deposit money for ships in coffers of, 474.
-,-, excess of French imports to, 488; comment on increase of Frenchmen in, 489.

-, aldermen of, 338, 447.

-, -, See also Backwell, Edward.

-, Common Council, dispute with lord mayor, 380.

-, common serjeant of. See Jeffreys, George.

-, lord mayor of. See Hooker, Sir William; Sheldon, Sir Joseph; Vyner, Sir Robert.

-, Spanish consul in. See Fonseca, Manuel de.

-, places in and near:

Arundel House, 199n.

the Borough, petition to annex, 338.

Buckingham's mansion in, 196.

Gatehouse prison, 85n.

-, Fonseca committed to, 74n.

Lambeth, glass works at, 222n.

-, conference at, 353, 357, 363.

Leadenhall St., the Bear in, 186n.

Newgate prison, 74n.

Old Bailey, Burnett sentenced at, 328.

St. James' chapel, 357.

-, palace, 181, 186, 193, 369.

-, park, 193.

Southwark, 447n.

Spitalfields, 447n.

the Tower, 11n, 106, 175, 177, 194, 204, 281, 401, 415, 417, 422, 424, 472, 476, 486.

-, constable of. See Compton, James, earl of Northampton.

-, lieutenant of. See Robinson, Sir John.

Weld House, Lincoln's Inn Fields, 410n.

Westminster, court of conscience for, 475n.

-, letter dated at, 111.

Westminster Hall, 417, 472n.

-, anonymous letter found in, 201.

Whitehall, 181, 193, 431, 454.

-, letters dated at, 103, 192, 274.

-, papers dated at, 359, 368.

-, Banqueting Hall, 338n, 398, 423.

-, gate, 472n.

London, royal navy, goes to Sheerness, 26.

looking glasses. See mirrors.

loom, introduced by French weavers, causes trouble, 446–7.

Lords, House of. House of Peers, Upper House, 13, 161, 168, 402.
-, approves reply to Commons about indulgence, 24; king's speech in giving way about indulgence, 27.
-, passes Test Bill, 24–5; modifies its terms, 31, 33.
-, king's speech to Commons in, 173; privilege infringed by Commons calling members to account, 201.
-, charges against Buckingham in, 200; Buckingham's explanations offend, 201.
-, anonymous charge against Arlingtion in, 201; Arlington's friends move for impeachment in, 205.
-, anonymous letter produced in about new powder plot, 201; discussing bill against Catholics, 216, 220.
-, proposed oath of allegiance for members, 201; motion in to prevent, succession of Catholic, 220–1.
-, Buckingham and Lauderdale propose to be judged by, 205; acquits Buckingham about duel, 220.
-, places for York, prince, of Wales and king of Scotland in, 206; question of fetching duke of Norfolk before, 223.
-, king announces peace offer in, 209, 210.
-, appoints commissioners to report on trade with France, 221.
-, debate on depriving York of custody of daughters, 229; voted to take them away, 232.
-, king addresses especially about maintenance of Protestant religion, 232; and the penal laws, 391.
-, joins Commons in opposition to Court, 348.
-, king in to open parliament, 392; Lindsey introduces bill in for new oaths, 393, 397; debate on, 397–8, 401; 12 peers protest against, censured, 401.
-, decides against oath, 403; further debate on, removes substance, 410.
-, dispute with Commons over appeals, 409, 415, 417; and about privilege, 412, 415; continues to hear causes, 416; asserts right, 423.
-, Commons bent on humbling, 419; will feel necessity of taking king's side, 420.
-, reaction to arrest of lawyers, 422–3; king refuses request to remove lieutenant of the Tower, 423; appointment of constable an advantage to, 432.
-, Commons resolution on those who submit to orders of, 423; examination of precedents on authority of, 432.
-, members begin to arrive in London, 463; king in, to open parliament, 466.
-, tackles question of judicature, 467, 472; searching records, to check encroachments of Commons, 475.
-, test to exclude Catholics from, 467; orders destruction of book, 475.
-, better disposed to meet king's wishes, but fears may sacrifice them, 472.
-, asked to support motion against French service, 475, 478, 485; asks for conference upon, 486.
-, resents action of Commons in punishing Howard, 476; Commons release Howard to avoid quarrel with, 486.
-, right of judgment in appeal claimed by, 476; decision to assert, 481, 489.
-, resumes sittings, 480; Commons must await decision about exclusion of Catholics, 481.
-, complaints made in, against ministers, 481.
-, Commons ask to prevent Catholics taking seat, 489; owing to pretensions of Commons, petitions king to dissolve parliament, 491.
-, See also Parliament; peers.

Lorraine, 370.
-, effort to get Louis to recognise passports for deputies of, 212, 217, 286–7.
-, Gelderland offered to duke in lieu of, 351; restitution required, 434.
-, France agrees to representation at congress, 460.

-, duke of. See Charles III.

-, troops of, 364, 368, 373.

Lorraine, Charles Henry of, prince of Vaudemont, expected, 439; lodged with Ronquillo, 441; claim to cover before king not allowed, 443.

-, -, troops of march into Holland, 80.

-, Louis Joseph de, duke of Guise, 36n.

-, -, Isabel, widow of, suggested as bride for York, 36, 81; strong feeling against, 52; making up a stately train, 81–2.

Lorrainers, report that will join English corps, 80.

Louis XIII, king of France, letter of, for sister's marriage to Charles I, 148.

Louis XIV, king of France, the Most Christian, 43, 76, 356, 363, 403, 439.
-, Buckingham's embassy to, 227; favours to Venice, 346.
-, 1673:
-,-, English hope will not attack Spain 1; promises to act in concert with Charles 3; Molina told to avoid offending, 6; high tone with Spain, 21.
-,-, means to strengthen fleet 1; Sunderland proposed to follow to army, 30.
-,-, sanguine of humbling Dutch if Charles supplied with funds, 18; Colbert complains of English reserve with, 26.
-,-, English resent subservience of Charles to, 28; England does not trust promise to keep peace with Spain, 43.
-,-, report of agreement with Brandenburg, 29; objects to Cologne for congress, 36.
-,-, Lockhart to accompany in campaign, 38; expected to support English landing, 51–2, 67.
-,-, destruction of Holland would aggrandise too much, 48; English confident will not receive Dutch, 50; offered very good terms to Dutch, 51.
-,-, would contribute liberal dowry to give York French bride, 52; contributes to dowry of Modena and promises much, 85.
-,-, Spaniards will not commit themselves openly against, 55; English might persuade to return fortresses, 67.
-,-, Buckingham to enlist support for Charles's designs, 56; distributes many pensions in England, 73.
-,-, Risbourg demands compensation of, 68; thinks it necessary to meet imperialists, 71.
-,-, demands of the Dutch, 70; goes to Paris to leave more room for negotiations, 72.
-,-, seems to encourage attempts by sea, 75; will do nothing save in concert with England, 80.
-,-, exhausted by heavy costs of war, 75; great regard for Colbert, 105.
-,-, might send troops to England to help Charles, 87; cautious about expressing opinion on Rupert-Schomberg dispute, 94.
-,-, claims against Genoese, 95, 127n, 145; Charles promises to mediate with for Genoese, 127; demands insisted on, 172.
-,-, and the Modena match, 104, 109; rebuff to, over, 117–8; deeply committed to the business, suggests Parma as alternative, 119; aid invoked for dispensation, 125n.
-,-, Dangeau promoting interests of, at Mantua, 119; promise to find dowry for Modena princess, 124; sent Abbé Dangeau to Rome to promote marriage, 125.
-,-, Rome wants promise given to as guarantee for princess, 125–6, 130; informs York of duchess's objections, 129; Dangeau goes to inform of marriage, 131.
-,-, guarantees religious freedom for Mary of Modena, 131; she will be defrayed at Court of, 134; attentions to her, 161.
-,-, English jealousy of triumphs of, 133; ready to facilitate peace, 138.
-,-, pope submits names to, for nuncio, 134; Rome wants guarantee from for religious liberty of duchess of York, 147–8, 166.
-,-, Charles tells Fresno of intention to stand by, 137.
-,-, house of Este under protection of, 142; negotiations about letter required from, 149–52; assurances given by, about religion, 165–6.
-,-, proceeds to Paris, 144; sends Martel to Bastille, 154; expects troops from Piedmont and the Swiss, 160.
-,-, Charles claims to have influenced to keep peace with Spain, 154; Buckingham says ships instead of money were received from, 201.
-,-, enemies of France point to coalition against, 155; Spaniards hope to have checked, 163.
-,-, courtesies shown to Modena family, 167, 180; princess defined by, 168.
-,-, Peterborough takes leave of, 168; will hear Modena opinion about dispensation, 171.
-,-, Ruvigny to have special instructions from, 174; Charles will get no money from parliament, till he breaks with, 185.
-,-, Fresno to diminish help for Charles, 180; Spanish expedients to detach Charles from, 190; Spain hopes to humiliate, 192.
-,-, Sweden does not exclude from peace treaty, 191–2; supposed to have turned thoughts away from England, 196; does not mean to sue to England for alliance, 200.
-, 1674:
-,-, Monterey urges war on, 200; Swedish action may induce to make peace, 207.
-,-, Colbert cites example of, in adversity to Charles, 203; no longer means for renewing alliance with, 214.
-,-, only has to find time and place for taking part in peace negotiations, 207; wish to show parliament that not delaying peace, 209.
-,-, unable to balance Dutch at sea without England, 208; Ruvigny threatens to publish names of English pensioners of, 215.
-,-, efforts to induce to recognise passports for Lorraine, 212, 286–7.
-,-, Lockhart has secret audiences of, 212, 237; wanted Charles to adduce alliance as reason for resisting negotiations, 217; appreciates Charles's motives for breaking off, 224.
-,-, English wish to resume confidential intercourse with, 219; Arlington promised good service to, 227.
-,-, difficulty of finding occupation for his large forces, 219; Charles ready to procure peace for, 231.
-,-, resents imputation of not having fulfilled promises in treaty, 224; may have to submit to more difficult pass than anticipated to get peace, 225.
-,-, assurances of Charles to, 235, 238; Charles not bound to renounce ties of friendship with, 241.
-,-, may have induced Charles to prorogue parliament, 235.
-,-, supposed not, to have decided about peace, 237; desertion of Sweden may induce to make, 239.
-,-, seems safe, has reason to think that Spain will avoid war, 240; will not listen to any proposals for an exchange, 245.
-,-, English troops continue to serve, 242.
-,-, Lockhart in constant session with, 244; likely to be generous to him, 249.
-,-, Spain hopes to reduce to extremity, 250; Spaniards and Dutch complain of Charles's partiality to, 252.
-,-, Barillon and Courtin awaiting instructions, 251.
-,-, wants provisional peace to recuperate and resume attack, 258; conquest of Franche Comté by, 261.
-,-, allies expectation of success against, 259, 262; Spain hopes to wear out, 264; would like revenge on, 308.
-,-, danger of ambitious projects of, 266–7; ready about peace but doubtful about England, 268; Charles bent on good understanding with, 275; need of Charles to oblige by mediation, 277.
-,-, Monterey hopeful of resisting in Flanders, 269; interest of England to humble, 307.
-,-, hopes of persuading to make peace, 278–9; anxious for mediation to rest with England and Sweden, 283.
-,-, Charles about to declare for, 288; pleased at prorogation of parliament, 297.
-,-, does not want separate treaties, 291; Spaar hopes to bring into line, 292, 301; allies stronger in men than, 305.
-,-, Lockhart goes to confirm pacific intentions of, 293; asked not to make separate treaties, 297; ready to resume negotiations at Breda, 323.
-,-, suspected of listening to the Dutch, 299; Orange has many offers from, 300; Dutch wish to get ear of, 303.
-,-, siding with States against Orange would exasperate English, 306; Orange forming confidential relations with, 309.
-,-, dealings with Orange for agreement, 311, 317; rumours of alliance with Dutch, 325.
-,-, peace would be solely to advantage of, 323; scant gain from English alliance, 331.
-,-, accepted papal mediation, 340.
-,-, Charles offered to reconcile with Dutch, 340.
-, 1675:
-,-, Charles wishes to atone for breaking faith with, 340; interest of English to suspect understanding with, 348.
-,-, Orange repudiates idea of separate peace with, 340; van Beuningen urges need to resist, 347.
-,-, ready to smoothe way to peace, 343; Spain rejects offers, 344; refused Mörs for congress, 365.
-,-, relations with Orange, 352; should encourage difference between Orange and Holland, 383.
-,-, policy of Charles to, attacked and defended, 353; York intimate with, to secure succession, 405.
-,-, accepts Venetian mediation, 366; ready for honourable adjustment, 426.
-,-, Spaniards hope for good terms from, through parliament, 384.
-,-, Spaar takes leave of, 400; allied forces not inferior to those of, 435.
-,-, cordial relations with Charles, 406; assurances given to, 419; parliament dislikes king's union with, 473.
-,-, fresh enterprises, may exasperate Commons, 410; English not pleased at successes, 428.
-,-, Ronquillo wants pledge to get peace from, 427; Charles urged to move to peace, 434.
-,-, yachts built for, 433.
-,-, help for Messina, 434.
-,-, and peace proposals of Charles, 451; will not yield about Furstenberg, 456; Charles induces not to insist about, 459.
-,-, Charles' demands from, to prorogue parliament, 452n.
-,-, pope's desire to satisfy about Cardinals, 458.
-,-, representations to about Furstenberg, 464, 484; understanding with Charles about, 488, 494.
-,-, reply about passport for Ronquillo's secretary, 466.
-,-, Charles anxious to serve by mediating peace, 467.
-,-, antipathy in Commons against, 478; Charles anxious to keep promise to, regardless of own interests, 479; supposed influence over Charles through Querouaille, 489.
-,-, terms for sending passports for congress, 482; orders plenipotentiaries to get ready, 492.
-,-, suspicion of secret treaty with Venice pure moonshine, 483.
-,-, Berkeley to make representations to, for peace, 487; he desires private audience of, 493.

Louis, son of Louis XIV, the dauphin, might marry one of York's daughters, 37; proposed marriage to Bavaria's daughter, 364.

Louvain [Prov. Brabant, Belgium], 281, 304.

Lowenstein faction:
-, Louis promises Orange support of, 309; Orange reinstates, 311, 317.
-, Orange warned of danger from, 312; always opposed to Orange, 318.
-, Orange obliged to employ members of, 341; reviving, 370, 378.
-, France counts on assistance from, 383; foments jealousy of Orange, 416.

Lower House. See Commons, House of.

Loyal Subject, East Indiaman, arrives home, 105n.

Luneburg, officers of duke of, 373.

Luxemburg, duke of. See Montmorency Bouteville, Henri François de.

Luzancy. See Chastelet, Hippolite.

Lyme Regis, co. Dorset, 451n.

Lymen, Limen, Cornelis van, commander of the Sta. Giustina, 63, 93, 140.

Lynch, Linch, Stephen, negotiations for captured ships, 379; report of, 387.

-, Sir Thomas, governor of Jamaica, 286.

king proposes to recall, 281.

Lyon, Lyons [Rhone, France], 180, 218, 343.
-, Mary of Modena at, 154.