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Index: L

Pages 608-610

Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 9, 1592-1603. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1897.

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La Briella, see Brill.

Lagos, capital of Algarve, 479, 481.

Lambert, Secretary, French agent, expected at Constantinople, 114, 145.

Lancaster, title of duke of, solicited by King of Scotland, 77.

Lancaster, William, Lieutenant of William Piers, 1162, 1171.

Lancome, M. de, French Ambassador at the Porte. See Savari Lanscosme, Jacques de.

Landrecies, Duke of Parma at. (1592), 7.

Landriano, M., a supporter of the Duke of Guise, 72.

Languedoc, 146.

Lansac, M. de, 84.

Lase, Antonio, supercargo of Sicuro, deposition of, 1139.

Lasso, Don Rodrigo, agent of Archduke Albert, 999, 1072.

Laval, 118.

Lavardine, M. de (1592) in command under Henry IV., 25.

League, the, in France, military operations of (1592), 9, 17;

defections from, 22, 27, 42;

safe conducts sought by, from Henry IV., 44;

refuses allegiance to Infanta, 52;

army of, disbanded, 52

relations of, with Spain and Savoy abandoned, 54;

peace desired by, 71;

agent of, at Constantinople, see Savari, Jacques de;

letter by member of, 232;

appeal by, to Spain, 90;

troops of, surprise Senlis (1593), 120, 124,

besiege Beaumont, 124;

proposed English operations against, 175;

English truce with, 216;

intercepted, or forged, letter of Henry IV. used by, 232;

Scottish agent accredited to (1594), 279;

Morlaix captured from, by English, 309;

G. B. Tassis and (1599), 774.

Leghorn, 1142, 1150, 1151, 1153, 1154.

Lello, Henry, English Ambassador in Turkey, appointed successor to Edward Barton (1599), 806;

his popularity, 814;

requests use, for Protestant worship, of church in Galata, 817,

scheme abandoned, 821;

his reception by Sultan, quarrel with French Ambassador, and character of, 821, 825;

fresh quarrel (1600) with French Ambassador, due to snowballing, but based on question of French jurisdiction in Levant, 846, 849, 878, 887, 890;

insignificance and unwisdom of, growing Turkish dislike to, 890, 894, 901, 903, 918;

resists imposition of Turkish tariff, 918;

his excuses for English piracy, 923, 931;

his action on the capitulations with Turkey, 936;

secures Sultan's attendance at arrival (1601) of English ship, 941;

his friendly relations with the Capudan, 949;

his intrigues, 950,

his method of presenting a petition to Sultan in person, 950;

joint action of, with French Ambassador against Spain, 959;

ill received, 960;

secures modification of capitulation, against French Ambassador, 983;

action of, against English pirates, 986;

letter to, from English merchant at Patras, re piracy, 987;

engaged in wine trade, 989;

his action qu prohibition of wine in Constantinople, 997;

his scorn of French Ambassador, and energetic representations on behalf of English consul in Tripoli, 1031, 1033;

urges combined attack (1602), by English and Turks, on Spain, 1055;

supports French Ambassador, 1067;

reports English preparations against Spain, 1082;

buccaneers cleared out of Patras (1603), by his action, 1123;

his attitude to English privateering in Levant, 1146, 1161.

Lemons, cargo of, 1149.

Lennox, Duke of. See Stuart, Esme.

Leon, Bon, Venetian merchant, 1156.

Leoni, Messrs. Pasqualin, bill drawn on, 67, 79;

required to find bail re escape of prisoners, 213, 218.

Lepanto, prisoners taken at, released, 622;

English trade with, 1152.

Lerma, Duke of, Marquess of Denia, favourite of Philip III. as Infante, 737,

sworn of the council, 738,

dismisses King's ministers, 745,

his daughter's marriage and dower from king, 753,

related to the Adelantado of Castille, 831;

public irritation at royal present to, 865;

sells an office and presents proceeds of to king, 870;

supreme influence of, in government, 999;

his Irish policy, 1032.

Lesdiguires, 119, 139.

Leucate, 619.

Levant, English and Dutch in, 622, 671, 849, 878, see also Trade;

Venetian memorial to Queen Elizabeth touching outrages in, &c., 895, 896;

equipment of English vessels in, 931, 950;

measures of English government to suppress piracy in, 986, 987, 988;

outrage in, 1109, &c.;

Scaramelli mission, touching English piracy in, see Scaramelli;

English skill in navigation of, 1119. See also Piracy.

Levant Company, the, its charter and trade, 849.

Lever, , English pirate, or privateer, in Levant, 986, 987.

Leveson, Richard, Knt., killed in sea-fight with Spanish off Kinsale, 1049.

Lewis XII., of France, 1143.

Leyva, General Don Franeesco de, 210.

-, Sancho Martinez de, 508, 668.

Limerick, defences of, 519.

Linen, Turkish trade in, with England, 96, 1119.

Lippomano, Hieronimo, late Venetian Ambassador in Turkey, 302.

Lisbon, mentioned, 137, 153, 257, 306, 320, 475, 480;

blockaded (1592) by English, 84,

ruined by English attacks on Spanish fleet, 100;

ruined (1594) by English, 297;

panic in (1596) 457, 463, 469, 470, 473,

defences of, 479, 481,

East India fleet reaches, 484,

Irish Roman Catholics embark at, 502;

alarm in (1597), at renewed English armaments, 531, 566, 580,

defences of, 566, 572,

English design on 612, 618;

fall in price of spices at, due to English competition, 624;

troops from, for Falmouth expedition, 629b;

East India fleet blockaded in (1598), by Earl of Cumberland, 679, 682, 685, 691, 708;

English off, 699, 719;

plague at, 757, 760;

trade between, and Venice, 1105. See also News-Letters;

Portugal.

Lizard, the, 629b.

Loch Derg, St. Patrick's Purgatory, miraculous grotto, 1154.

Loch, Benjamin, English merchant in Levant, 1125.

-, Michael, his case, at Venice, 581.

Lomellino, M., forged letter of, 410, 411.

Lomennie, M. de, private secretary to Henry IV., his special mission (1595) to England, 376,

disgusts the Queen, 383.

Lompr, 604.

London, wealth of (1596), 505;

German Guildhall in, 611, 1160;

Parliament meets at, 1025, 1029;

port of, threatened by Spinola's galleys, 1096;

press-gang at work in (1603), 1136;

preparations in, against Queen's decease, 1162;

dread in, of rising of Roman Catholics, 1166, 1169.

London, Bishop of, a fisheries commissioner, 883 n.

London broadcloth, 358.

Lopez, Dr., the Portuguese, in attendance on Queen Elizabeth, 258;

his conspiracy to poison her, 261;

financed from Spain, 274.

Lorraine, Duke of, his intrigues (1592) with Henry IV., 22;

notifies Pope of his abandonment of claim to Crown, 72;

notifies Spain of same, 84;

claim again urged, 141, 143, 149;

son's marriage to the Infanta proposed, 186;

reported bargain by Venice for services of his third son with army;

Turkish alarm at, 856, 864.

-, Grandmaster of, 550.

-, Prince of, proposed match with, of Madame, 601.

Lough Erne, Earl of Tyrone hiding in islands of, 1093.

Louvain, put under contribution by mutineers, 1131.

Lubeck, ship of, freighted with Venetian goods, 1105.

Lulleri, Marquess of, envoy of Duke of Savoy, 681.

Lusi, Master Horatio di, caulker in the Arsenal, his deposition, 932.

Lutes, trade in, 654.

Luxemburg, threatened Spanish attack on, 464.

-, Duke of, report of conversation with, 521, 590;

Henry IV.'s letters to, 620;

interview with, 644;

statements by, 667.

Lyons, 343;

Henry IV. on way to, 1165.

-, Archbishop of, son of M. de Bellivre, 785.