Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 15, 1699-1700. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1933.
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La Balm. See Balm.
La Bastide. See Bastide.
La Bastide Barbaut. See Bastide.
La Bastide de Lon. See Bastide.
La Bat. See Bat.
Labatie, , pension for, 145.
La Bauve. See Bauve.
La Beissade. See Beissade.
La Bene. See Bene.
La Bessede. See Bessede.
La Billere. See Billere.
La Boissiere. See Boissiere.
La Borsonade. See Borsonade.
La Bosoche. See Bosoche.
La Bouchetiere. See Bouchetiere.
La Boulay. See Boulay.
La Brissoniere. See Brissoniere.
La Bross Fortin. See Bross.
La Brousse. See Brousse.
La Bruleray. See Bruleray.
La Calliere. See Calliere.
La Caltiere. See Caltiere.
Lacey, Nathaniel, executor of John Jones, 201.
- See also Lacy, J.
La Chancelerie. See Chancelerie.
La Chapell. See Chapell.
Lacherois, , pension for, 145.
-, Nicholas de, pension for, 144.
Lackabeha (Lackanbehy), in Barrymore barony, co. Cork, 213.
La Cleraliere. See Cleraliere.
La Clide. See Clide.
La Cloche. See Cloche.
La Cocq. See Cocq.
La Colambine. See Colambine.
La Commerie. See Commerie.
La Conde. See Conde.
La Conte. See Conte.
La Coste. See Coste.
La Coudriere. See Coudriere.
La Court. See Court.
La Croix. See Croix.
Lacy, John, of Little Chelsea, lease of a passage, 168.
- See also Lacey.
Lad, Gibeon, Mayor of Folkstone, 114.
La Fabrique. See Fabrique.
La Farrell. See Farrell.
La Farriere. See Farriere.
La Fausille. See Fausille.
La Fitte. See Fitte.
La Fonde. See Fonde.
La Font. See Font.
La Fortelle. See Fortelle.
La Garde. See Garde.
La Grave. See Grave.
La Grois. See Grois.
La Hautaville. See Hautaville.
Laiger, , pension for, 145.
Laigle, de, pension for, 145.
-, d', captain in the Earl of Lifford's French regiment, payment to, 336.
Laine, , pension for, 147.
Lainge, James, ensign in colonel Creighton's regiment, half-pay for, 153.
L'Aisnee. See Aisnee.
La Jour. See Jour.
Lake, Philip, tidesman and boatman at Bideford, 212.
La Lande. See Lande.
La Lauze. See Lauze.
La Malquire. See Malquire.
La Maria. See Maria.
Lamarie, Cor, pension for, 148.
La Maugere. See Maugere.
Lambert, , lieutenant in the Earl of Drogheda's regiment, half-pay for, 398.
-, George, lieutenant in Viscount Charlemont's regiment, half-pay for, 155.
-, Henry, riding surveyor, 173.
Lambton, Robert, ensign in colonel Belasyse's regiment, half-pay for, 156.
Lamecourt, , pension for, 144.
La Meloniere. See Meloniere.
La Merie. See Merie.
La Milliere. See Milliere.
La Minerie. See Minerie.
Laming, Roger, of Kent, 128.
La Misseele. See Misseele.
La Mothe. See Mothe.
La Mottabrocas. See Mottabrocas.
La Motte Belleau. See Belleau.
La Motte Grindor. See Grindor.
La Moulin. See Moulin.
La Muse. See Muse.
Lamy, , pension for, 147.
La Nagrie. See Nagrie.
La Nalve. See Nalve.
Lancaster, county of, Commissioners of
Assessments for, 39, 40.
-, extension of the post stages in, 371, 396.
-, Receiver General of Assessments etc., 39, 214, 271, 324.
-, sheriff of, payment to, 190. See also Manwaring, R.
Lancaster co. Lancaster, 316, 337, 371,
-, Customs establishment at, 234, 404, 438.
-, Pile of Fowdray in, 234, 316, 376, 407.
Lancaster, duchy of, clerk of the crown for the. See Hornby, E.
Lancaster, Elisha, surveyor of taxes, co. Chester, 244.
-, John, first lieutenant of marines, half-pay for, 452.
Lande, la, pension for, 142, 145.
Landen, Belgium, 29, 66, 346; battle of, 115, 251.
Landguard Fort, co. Suffolk, 330.
Lane, James, Viscount Lanesborough, arrears of quit rents, 20, 204.
-, Nathan, lieutenant in the Earl of Drogheda's regiment, half-pay for, 152.
-, Thomas, pension for, 191, 195, 339, 425.
Lanesborough, cos. Longford and Roscommon, barracks at, 366.
Lanesborough, Viscount. See Lane, J.
Lang, , captain, petition of, 106.
Langdarth, Thomas, chaplain in colonel Coote's regiment, half-pay for, 449.
Lange, , pension for, 147.
Langford, , Mrs., servant to the late Queen, salary, 373.
-, Henry, a commissioner of Forfeitures, Ireland, 133.
-, William, pension for, 86.
Langhorn, Daniel, ensign in Sir M. Bridges' regiment, half-pay for, 397.
Langlade, , pension for, 146.
Langley, Robert, tidesman, Yarmouth port, 173.
Langonos, , pension for, 144.
Langston, Francis, brigadier, regiment of, 377.
Langton, co. Lincoln, 414.
Langton, George of Langton, a Commissioner for stating the Accounts of the Army, 414.
Languereque, de, Mdlle, charity for, 374.
La Noe. See Noe.
Lanse. See Lauze.
Lantillac, , pension for, 147.
Lany, , payment to for his sermons, 375; charity for, 374.
La Palisse. See Palisse.
Lapel, Nicholas, captain lieutenant in Lord Windsor's regiment, halfpay for, 447.
Laport, , pension for, 144.
La Primaudaye. See Primaudaye.
La Revaliere. See Revaliere.
Largere, , Mrs., charity for, 375.
La Rimbloiere. See Rimbloiere.
La Rise. See Rise.
La Risole Falentine. See Falentine.
Larkin, George, trial of pirates in the Plantations, 416.
La Roque. See Roque.
La Rouliere. See Rouliere.
La Rouseliere. See Rouseliere.
La Rouviere. See Rouviere.
La Rue. See Rue.
La Sale. See Sale.
La Sautiere. See Sautiere.
La Sauvagie. See Sauvagie.
La Selles. See Selles.
La Serre. See Serre.
Lasnauzes, , pension for, 146.
Laspoise (L'Espois), Augustus de, of Lord Mountjoy's regiment, halfpay for, 153, 398.
Lassaigne, , late governor of Drogheda, pay of, 208.
Lasselles, , lieutenant in the Earl of Lifford's French regiment, 336.
La Terrasse. See Terrasse.
Latham, John, ensign in Lord Mountjoy's regiment, half-pay for, 154.
La Touche. See Touche.
La Tour. See Tour.
Latton (Latten), John, searcher, Plymouth port, 210, 304.
-, -, avener and equerry under the Master of the Horse, 228, 232; petition of, 32, 97; steward of the manor of Richmond, 64, 398; steward of the manor of Sheen etc., 334; grant to of Ewelme honor and manor and Wallingford castle and manor, 231.
Lauder, Launder, Walter, late sheriff of co. Stafford, payment to, 303, 339.
Launce, Jane, royal bounty for, 372.
Laurence. See Lawrence.
Laussan, , pension for, 144.
Lautal, , pension for, 145.
Lauze, la, pension for, 144.
-, John, yeoman rider to the late Queen, petition for lease of a house in Richmond, 127; salary of, 373.
La Valette. See Valette.
La Vallette. See Vallette.
La Vernede. See Vernede.
La Verniere. See Verniere.
La Vivarie. See Vivarie.
La Vote. See Vote.
Law, Francis, lieutenant in colonel G. Villiers' regiment, half-pay for, 154.
Lawne, Burgess, 11.
Lawrence (Laurence), Andrew, surveyor general of the King's ways etc., 217, 224.
-, David, quarter-master in Lord Windsor's regiment, half-pay for, 447.
-, Herbert, ensign in the Marquis de Puissar's regiment, half-pay for, 398.
-, Richard, collector of taxes for Standon parish, 309.
-, William, surveyor and inspector of taxes for Middlesex, 188.
Lawson, Edward, tidesman at Shields, 275.
-, Joseph, a serjeant-at-arms, 193.
-, Nath(aniel), lieutenant in colonel Gibson's regiment, half-pay for, 449.
Layard, Pierre, pension for, 146.
Lazenby, John, deceased, noontender, London port, 358.
Leach, William, tidesman at Chester, 438.
Leacroft, John, 41.
Leary, Humphrey, first lieutenant in colonel Brudenell's regiment, halfpay for, 453.
Leaze, , tenement of at Richmond, 438.
Le Bass. See Bass.
Le Blanc. See Blanc.
Le Brun. See Brun.
Le Cercle. See Cercle.
Lechiere, Nicholas, captain in colonel Seymour's regiment, half-pay for, 452.
Le Comte. See Comte.
Lee, , Mrs., servant to the late Queen, salary, 373.
-, -, late collector of Galway port, father of George, 369.
-, George, collector of Belfast recommended as collector of Galway, 369.
-, John, royal bounty for, 372.
-, Mary, Mrs., charity for, 374.
-, Thomas, riding officer for guarding the coast, 167.
Leech, Mary, royal bounty for, 372.
-, William, ensign in colonel T. St. John's regiment, half-pay for, 152.
- See also Liech.
Leeds, Duke of. See Osborne, T.
Leeward Islands, 30, 31, 111.
-, chaplain. See Whitfeild, .
-, Chief Governor, accounts, 278; see also Codrington, C.
-, Commissioners 10.
-, Council, 25, 112.
-, deputy governor, 112.
-, Four and a Half per cent. Duty in, 25; Receiver General of, 290.
-, late Commissioners, 173, 177.
-, late Governor. See Stapleton, Sir W.
-, Treasurer. See Chapman, .
-, troops in, 112, 173, 278, 330, 351, 371, 380, 394, 412, 426, 427, 435.
Leeward Caribbee Islands, Commander in Chief of. See Codrington, C.; Governor in Chief of. See Codrington, C.; Johnson, Sir N.
Legard, William., chaplain in Lord Windsor's regiment, half-pay for, 447.
Leger. See St. Leger.
Legge (Legg), George, 2nd Lord Dartmouth, Master of the Horse to James II, plate issued to and returned by, 355.
-, Richard, lieutenant in colonel H. Belasyse's regiment, half-pay for, 156.
-, William, a Groom of the Bedchamber, 23; grant to of a rent out of Wardelham manor and the office of lieutenant or keeper of Alice Holt and Woolmer forest and chase, 205, 216.
Leghorn, Italy, 172, 179.
Le Gross. See Gross.
Le Hunt. See Hunt.
Leicester, county of, Excise collector. See Martin, B.; Receivers General of assessments etc., 214, 259, 323.
Leigh, Edward, colonel, petition of, 96; regiment of dragoons of, 320, officers of disbanded on half-pay, 447.
-, [Richard], captain of a company of marines, 22, 38, 45, 251.
-, Thomas, cornet in Lord Windsor's regiment, half-pay for, 447.
Leighton, Baldwyn, petition for employment, 24.
Le Leux. See Leux.
Le Neve, Peter, Rouge Croix Pursuivant, 194; deputy chamberlain of the Receipt, 71, 298, 405.
L'Enfant. See Enfant.
Lennard, Samuel, captain in the Earl of Denbigh's regiment, half-pay for, 447.
Lennep, , Mrs., charity for, 374.
Lennox, Anne, Duchess of Richmond, petition of, 32.
Lenthall, Elizabeth, dame, royal bounty for, 372.
Le Petit. See Petit.
Le Pontelle. See Pontelle.
Lernoult, Phil., of Canterbury, merchant, seizure of wool, 197, 211.
Lescour, , pension for, 146.
Leslie (Lesly), Katherine, Mris., royal bounty for, 51, 109, 286, 339, 409, 411.
L'Espois. See Laspoise.
Lestablere. , pension for, 144.
Lestang, Lewis, lieutenant in the Earl of Denbigh's regiment, half-pay for, 448.
Lestenguette, Jaques, pension for, 143.
Lestrilles, , pension for, 147.
Lettunt, Thomas, ensign in colonel St. John's regiment, half-pay for, 398.
Leux, le, pension for, 144.
Le Valle. See Valle.
Leveray, Jean de, pension for, 143.
Leveson, Richard, major general, horse regiment of, 377.
Levesque, Jacob, first lieutenant of marines, half-pay for, 452.
Levett, Sir Richard, et al., merchant adventurers, petition of to export yarn, 188.
Levi. See Levy.
Leving, Sir Richard, a commissioner of Forfeitures, Ireland, 133.
Levingston, William, ensign, half-pay for, 450.
Levy (Levi), Benjamin, broker, 7, 103, 139; payment to for promoting loans, 25, 186.
Lewes, co. Sussex, 168.
Lewin, , servant to the late Queen, salary, 373.
-, Thomas, charity for, 374.
Lewis, in Philadelphia, collector of Customs at. See Lowman, S.
Lewis, Francis, lieutenant in colonel Farrington's regiment, half-pay for, 450.
-, Jenkin, ensign in Sir B. Granville's regiment, half-pay for, 155.
-, Richard, captain in Sir H. Belasyse's regiment, half-pay for, 398.
Le Wright. See Wright.
Lexinton, Lord. See Sutton, R.
Ley, Thomas, captain of a company of marines, 28, 214, 329.
Lichfield, co. Stafford, Receiver General of assessments, 325.
Lichfield Cathedral, Dean and Chapter
of, perpetuity for, 191, 203, 266;
issues for, 43, 45, 264.
-, vicars of, 43; perpetuity for, 45, 266; issues for, 191.
Lichfield and Coventry, bishop of, installing first fruits, 202, 264; see also Hough, J.
Liddal, , 7.
Liech, William, Excise collector in Macclesfield, petition of, 388.
Liermont, Lewis, lieutenant in colonel Gibson's regiment, half-pay for, 449.
Lifford, [co. Donegal], barracks at, 366.
Lifford, Earl of. See Rochefoucauld, F.
Liger, , pension for, 147.
Lightfoot, Robert, quarter-master, halfpay for, 448.
Ligniere, Lovis Cont de, captain in colonel Mordaunt's regiment, halfpay for, 453.
Ligon (Lygon), William, a bankrupt, bills of, 352, 358, 384.
Ligoniere, , pension for, 143.
Lillingston, Luke, colonel, petition of, 96; regiment of, 69, 88, 177, 320, 348; disbanded, 451.
Lilly, Stephen, Receiver General of the Post Office, 442.
Limarest, Jacques, pension for, 143.
Limavady. See Newtown.
Limerick, co. Limerick, 401; articles of, 141; barracks at, 366; garrison, 157, 364; guards at, 367; town major and governor of, issues for, 149.
Lincoln, county of, auditor of, See Aldworth, W.; receiver of crown lands, 141; clipped money from, 137; sheriff of, See Brown, M.; survey of the coast of, 173.
Lincoln, co. Lincoln, Receiver General of assessments, 3234.
Lincoln, bishop of, first fruits due from, 230.
Lincoln, Earl of. See Clinton, H.
Lincoln, Countess Dowager of. See Clinton, S.
Lindsay, James, captain in the Royal Regiment of Foot, half-pay for, 155.
Lindsey, co. Lincoln, Receiver General of assessments for the hundreds and wapentakes in, 323.
Lindsey, Earl of. See Bertie, R.
Linegar, John, tidesman, London port, petition of, 404.
Linnell, Charles, outlaw, 263.
L'Isle de, pension for, 143.
Lisle, monsieur and madame de, charity for, 374.
-, Peter, captain in Colonel Brudenall's regiment, half-pay for, 449.
Lisle du Roy. See Roy.
Lister, , payment to, 373.
-, Thomas of Coleby, a Commissioner for stating the Accounts of the Army, 414.
Lithgo, , clerk, chaplain for the Plantations, 180.
Little, Thomas, quarter-master, half-pay for, 153.
Littlehales (Littlehale), Richard, Customs riding officer, 8, 168.
-, -, servant to the late Queen, salary, 373.
Littlehampton. co. Sussex, 168.
Littleton, Sir Thomas, former contractor for victualling, 14; petition of, 97, 102; Speaker of the House of Commons, 14, 135, 157, 187, 237, 272, 312, 369; Treasurer of the Navy, 2, 27, 74, 86, 97, 98, 99, 197, 198, 210, 214, 276, 334, 335, 385, 389, 393, 403, 439, 444.
Liverpool, co. Lancaster, 125, 302, 310, 318, 329, 371, 383, 406; Customs establishment at, 234, 438; post stage at, 396; searchers in, See Brett, J.; Waring, J.
Livingston, Sir Thomas, Viscount Teviot, regiment of dragoons of, 69, 348.
Lloyd, , payment to, 373.
-, Andrew, petition of, 106.
-, Charles, first lieutenant in colonel Holt's regiment, half-pay for, 451.
-, Edward, employment in the Customs in Ireland, 417.
-, -, boatman at Southampton river on Hamble side, 427.
-, Hugh, outlaw, lands of in co. Denbigh, 128.
-, John, captain in T. Brudenall's regiment, half-pay for, 449.
-, -, captain in brigadier Trelawney's regiment, half-pay for, 451.
-, -, lieutenant in colonel Howe's regiment, half-pay for, 156.
-, Sir Philip, Warden of the Mint, 248.
-, Thomas, Paymaster of the Works, 9, 166, 209, 214, 244, 253, 258, 281, 301, 312, 338, 363, 412, 420, 425, 433, 434.
-, -, captain, payment to for invalids' quarters at Yarmouth, 408.
-, -, ensign in T. Brudenall's regiment, half-pay for, 449.
-, William, colonel, regiment of dragoons of, 69, 75, 320, 341, 348, 430; disbanded on half-pay, 451.
Loches, de, pension for, 144, 147.
-, Solomon de, brigadier, pay for, 395.
Lock, John, a commissioner for Trade, 198, 367.
Lockett, William, allowance for attendance and for fire and candle at the Treasury Office, 245.
Lockhart, George, in New York province, payment to, 242.
-, Martha, Mrs., servant to the late Queen, salary of, 373.
-, Sir William, late ambassador to France, executors of, 355.
Loddon, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 220.
Lodington, Nathaniel, Consul at Tripoli, 3, 116, 129, 138, 178, 190, 418, 443.
Lodwick, Charles, permission to export a bell to New York, 321.
Lofting, , surety for H. Courthalse, 311.
-, John, action of trover by for seizure of his ship, 93, 105, 106, 109, 396, 399, 408.
Loftus, Dudley, captain in colonel Coote's regiment, half-pay for, 448.
-, Edward, cornet in colonel echlyn's regiment, half-pay for, 397.
Logic, John, payment to for carrying letters, 405.
Lome de. See Delome.
London, auditor of land revenue for.
See Aldworth, W.
-, Bishop of, memorial of, 104; printing charges, 174; sending a bell to New York, 321; charity paid to for ministers in New England, 374. See also Compton, H.
-, Chamberlain of, issues for, 38, 284.
-, poor of, King's charity for, 33, 42, 236.
-, port, 128, 129, 133, 135, 138, 139, 158, 159, 171, 177, 181, 183, 184, 185, 192, 196, 205, 215, 219, 230, 232, 238, 240, 245, 246, 254, 256, 275, 281, 300, 302.
-, surveyor general of, 280.
-, surveyor of the Navigation Act in, 130.
-, Receiver General of assessments etc., 160, 324, 443.
-, sheriffs of, issues for, 24, 205, 228, 326, 339; See also Blewitt, Sir S.; Buckingham, Sir O.; Collett, Sir J.; Gracedieu, Sir B.; Wills, Sir E.; Wolfe, Sir J.
-, surveyor and inspector of taxes for, salary, 188.
-, undersheriff of. See Smith, .
London and Westminster, Streets and
-, Arlington House, 170.
-, Arlington Street, 169.
-, Black Friars, printing house in, 174.
-, Blanford Buildings, 385.
-, 'Blue Posts,' 13.
-, Chamber of, 189.
-, Charing Cross, mews at, repairs, 166.
-, Christ's Hospital, 40, 263, 267.
-, Clockhouse, 63.
-, Doctor's Commons, 334.
-, Downing Street, 170.
-, Duke Street, 231, 257.
-, Fleet, the, prison, 357.
-, Fleet Street, 258.
-, 'George' alehouse in Oxenden Street, 10, 12.
-, Goldsmith's Hall, 46.
-, Hicks Hall, 194.
-, Holborn, 405.
-, Hyde Park, 116, 169, 248, 285, 376, 392; buck barn in, 294; Emerson's lodge, 294; guardhouses, 36, 214, 244; ironwork for, 294; the Lodge in, 399; Lower Field, 399; repair of a barn in, 6; Ranger or Chief Keeper of, issues for, 217, See also Jersey, Earl of; reparations in, 294; Ring, gravel for, 294; watering charges, 294.
-, Inner Temple, 276.
-, Inns of Court and Chancery, land tax, 160.
-, King Charles I's hospital, treasurer of, issues for, 257.
-, Lady Alley, 350.
-, Lincoln's Inn, 235.
-, Ludgate Prison, 272.
-, Marshalsea, the, 317.
-, Minories, the, 327.
-, Newgate, 10, 420.
-, New Palace Yard, 327.
-, Oxenden Street, 10.
-, Pall Mall, 10, 392; keeper of, allowance to, 195, See also Fitzhardinge, Viscount.
-, Pall Mall Field, 255.
-, Parliament House, keeper of, issues for, 217.
-, Pepper Alley, 10.
-, Powys House, 442.
-, St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 7.
-, St. Botolph's, churchwardens, perpetuity to for the poor of, 191, 204.
-, St. Botolph without Aldgate, Phnix brewery in, 268, 327.
-, St. Giles, fair, 184.
-, St. James's, library keeper at, issues for, 217.
-, St. James's House, 249; housekeeper, issues for, 217.
-, St. James's Parish, Bird Cage in, 170; Long Ditch, 257; New Passage, 248; Wilderness, 248; churchwardens, 133, 258; inhabitants of, lease of a passage to, 141, 168; poor of issues to, 64, 133, 171, 326.
-, St. James's Park, 231, 248, 257, 281, 342, 344, 363, 392, 399, 406, 426, 426; Arlington Gate, 170, 286; Chief Ranger and Keeper of, See Bath, Earl of; deer in, 248; encroachments, 169; foot guard, house of, 169; fowl keeper in, 295, 301; gunners, 331; ice houses, 169; officers, issues for, 217; survey of, 118, 441; underkeepers, issues for, 217, 248; wall, building account, 305; wilderness in, 141.
-, St. James's Priory garden, 399.
-, St. James's Square, 326.
-, St. John the Baptist, Walbrook, perpetuity for the poor of, 191, 203.
-, St. Magnus, poor of, issues for, 191, 204.
-, St. Margaret's, Westminster, churchwardens of, annuities to for the poor, 257; Dean and Chapter of 419; rent payable by, 61, 342, 350; hospital and poor of, issues for, 53; inhabitants of, lease of grounds to, 63.
-, St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, 209, 248; charity school in, 327; churchwardens, issues to for the poor, 64, 258, 326; inhabitants of, lease to of ground whereon stood the Tower or Clockhouse of the Great Bell of Westminster, 327; inhabitants of, lease of a passage to, 141, 168.
-, St. Martin's, collector of, indicted, 10.
-, St. Michael, Cornhill, poor of, perpetuity for the, 191, 194.
-, St. Stephen's, Westminster, almspeople in, 350.
-, St. Stephen's Court, 47, 276.
-, St. Thomas's Hospital, 7.
-, Savoy, 118; sisters and porters of, payment to, 273, 339; manor of, 301; French ministers in, 171, 419, 440.
-, Scotland Yard, 113, 135, 424.
-, Serjeant's Inn, chamber in, 258.
-, Stable Yard, 399.
-, Story's House, 170.
-, Temple, the, 405; Master of, issues for, 191, 204. See also Sherlock, W.
-, Tower. See Tower.
-, Tuttle [Tothill] Street, 'Pestle and Mortar' in, 395.
-, Walbrook, 191, 203.
-, Westminster Hall, 92, 104; for Westminster generally, see Westminster.
-, Whitehall, 392, 410; Paper Office in, 225; beer buttery in, 209; King's private road to Kensington from, repair of, 185; organ set up at, 420.
London, George, chief gardener at St. James's, 19, 20, 23, 32, 47, 92, 208.
Londonderry, Ireland, 149, 157, 184, 213, 364, 366, 368; late dean of. See Maurice, .; regiment, 92, 379, commander of. See Whytt, .
Long, John, Customs riding officer, 168.
Longchamp, , pension for, 143.
Longford, co. Limerick, barracks at, 366.
Longford, Earl of. See Aungier, F.
Longford Pass, co. Tipperary, barracks at, 366.
Longpre, Raboul de, pension for, 143.
Longtown, co. Cumberland, 233.
Lonsdale, Viscount. See Lowther, J.
Loo, [Holland], court at, 121, 132, 157, 162, 322, 408, 421, 429, 430, 444.
Looe, co. Cornwall, 317, 328; collector at, see Dagg, J.; Strong, J.
Loon, William von, chirurgeon, to attend the King in Holland, 393.
Loots, Peter, charity for, 374.
L'Orange. See Orange.
Lord, Elizabeth, charity for, 375.
Loringe, Neale, payment to for the Convex Lights, 405.
Lorme, de, pension for, 146.
Lorne, Lord. See Campbell, Archibald.
Lorraine, Duke of, envoy extraordinary from. See Osonville.
Lorth, de, pension for, 147.
Lostwithiel (Lostwithiell), co. Cornwall, 162.
Loughrea, co. Galway, barracks, 366.
Loup, Elizabeth, royal bounty for, 372.
Louvign, Louvigny, Luvigny, , pension for, 142; issues to for distribution as charity, 56, 375.
Love, William, Receiver General of assessments etc., co. Huntingdon, 183, 324, 325.
Lovel, Mathew, ensign in colonel St. John's regiment, half-pay for, 152.
-, Thomas, ensign in colonel St. John's regiment, half-pay for, 152, 398.
Lovelace, John, Lord Lovelace, regiment of in Ireland, 337.
Lovell, Sir Salathiel, a Justice of Chester, 277, 370.
Lovells, Samuel, captain in colonel Brewer's regiment, half-pay for, 155.
Lovis Pujor. See Pujor.
Lowe (Low), Elizabeth, widow of Thomas of Bristol, discharge of a debt, 164.
-, John, deputy chamberlain of the Receipt, 26, 71, 185, 298; allowance to for locking up the treasure, 252; allowance to for sorting records, 405.
-, Thomas, of Bristol, tobacconist, 164.
Lowfield, Thomas, late sheriff co. Surrey, 136.
Lowman, , 28.
-, -, bills for the gardens at Hounslow, 63.
-, Henry, petition for the office of housekeeper at Kensington, 101; housekeeping bills at Kensington, 89; grant of the office of housekeeper at Kensington, 400.
-, Mary, wife of Henry, petition for the office of wardrobekeeper at Kensington, 101; laundress to attend the King in Holland, 393; grant of the office of wardrobekeeper at Kensington, 400.
-, Samuel, Customs collector at Lewis in Philadelphia, 409.
Lowndes, Robert, tidesman, London port, 196.
-, William, Secretary to the Treasury, passim; issues to for secret service, 4, 16, 28, 32, 35, 39, 45, 47, 49, 56, 57, 59, 61, 62, 64, 71, 76, 97, 101, 103, 107, 108, 117, 122, 126, 163, 172, 181, 185, 200, 207, 210, 218, 220, 227, 231, 240, 250, 253, 259, 269, 274, 280, 314, 319, 321, 344, 354, 391, 401, 406, 408, 409, 410, 412, 416, 417, 418, 419, 420, 422, 425, 426, 429, 430, 433, 434, 435, 436, 437, 439, 440, 441, 442, 443, 444; clerk to. See Taylor, J.
Lowther, , relict of John, discharge of a debt, 184.
-, James, clerk of the deliveries of the Ordnance, 435.
-, John, Lord Lowther and Viscount Lonsdale, keeper of the Privy Seal, allowances for, 273; annuity for, 385; privy seal in his house at Westmorland at the time of his death, 442.
-, -, first lieutenant in colonel Seymour's regiment, half-pay for, 452.
-, Richard, customer of Newcastle port, 277, 404.
-, Robert, ensign in the Earl of Donegal's regiment, half-pay for, 153.
-, Thomas, searcher of Cardiff port, 304.
Lubbock, Samuel, late collector of Excise at Kingston-on-Thames, 131.
Lubieres, , pension for, 142.
Lucas, Richard, captain in Sir B. Granville's regiment, half-pay for, 155.
-, Robert, 3rd Lord Lucas, governor of the Tower, 171 bis, 229; petition of, 55; issues for, 43, 258, 264.
Lucy, Robert, receiver of the sede vacante temporalities of the bishopric of St. David's, 286, 303, 307, 311.
Ludlow, co. Salop, clerks of the fines at, issues for, 218.
Luff, John, Doctor of Physick and Reader of same in the university of Oxford, 203.
Lugandy, , pension for, 146.
Luke, George, collector of Customs at James River in Virginia, 409.
Lumley, Henry, major general, regiment of, 75, 109, 341, 408; payment to for trumpeter's liveries and drums and fifes, 394; chaplain to. See Petter, J.
-, Richard, Earl of Scarbrough, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 193, 328.
Lumsford, . dame, royal bounty for, 372.
Lune, co. Meath, barony, 213.
Luneburg, Prince of, envoy extraordinary to. See Cresset, J.
Luther, Richard, captain in Sir G. St. St. George's regiment, half-pay for, 154.
Lutterell (Luttrell), Alexander, lieutenant colonel in colonel Northcote's regiment, half-pay for, 450.
-, Henry, colonel, pension for, 149, 365.
Luvigny. See Louvign.
Lydd, co. Kent, 167.
Lygon. See Ligon.
Lyme Regis, co. Dorset, 171; annuity to the corporation of for the upkeep of the Cobb pier. 176.
Lymington, co. Southampton, 182, 358, 394.
Lyndon, Elizabeth, widow of Sir John, 55, 307.
-, Sir John, late judge of the King's Bench, Ireland, salary due to, 307.
Lyndsell, John, mayor of Saffron Walden, 131.
Lynn, Francis, payment to for examination of army, navy and transport debts, 352, 414.
Lynn Regis, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 162.
Lynn Regis, co. Norfolk, 254, 341, 379, 383; annuity for the town of, 273; comptroller of, see Powys, R.; customer of, see Kent, J.; Wells-Burnham in, 316; collector of, see Doughty, R.; Reader, T.; Goodwyn, D.
Lyoll, , pension for, 143.
Lyon, Patrick, ensign in major general Stewart's regiment, half-pay for, 155.
Lyons, John, first lieutenant in colonel Holt's regiment, half-pay for, 451.
Lytham, co. Lancaster, 161, 427.
Lyverne, , pension for, 142.