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Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 6, 1720-1728. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1889.

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L. M., letter of; cclii. 60.

Labarthe, Col., French regiment of; ccxxxiv. 30.

Laborde, J., letter of; ccxlvi. 30.

Lady Alley, Westminster, almshouses in; ccxxxix. 32.

Lady-cross Lodge, in the New Forest; ccxxxii. 37.

La Roche, Mr. Peter, sums due to; ccxxxviii. 32.

Laing, James, merchant in Calfsound, isle of Eday; cclii. 32.

Lake, Sir Bibye; ccxxxiv. 21; ccxl. 28.

-, -, affairs of; ccxl. 51; cclxviii. 3.

-, -, memorials of; ccxxix. 9; ccliii. 3; cclv. 74.

-, -, petitions of; ccxxviii. 36; cclvii. 21.

-, -, report on case of; ccxxix. 6.

-, William, sentenced to death for piracy in Virginia; ccxxxiii. 22.

Lamb, , Custom House officer, outrage committed on; ccxxxv. 7.

Lambe, George, information of; ccxl. 45.

Lambert, Mr., money payable to; ccxlii. 33.

Lambeth; ccxlviii. 36.

-, Henry; cclviii. 21.

Lampareel River, in New Hampshire; ccxxxv. 48.

Lampton Hills. See Lanton.

Lancaster; ccxl. 49.

-, assizes, the; ccxxxix. 84.

-, co.; ccxlvii. 51; ccxlviii. 9; ccli. 40; ccliii. 45, 75; cclv. 31; cclvii. 24; cclxv. 32.

-, forfeited estates in; ccliii. 45.

-, Duke of; ccliii. 75.

Lancer, Sir John; cclxix. 57.

Land revenue, the; cclv. 65; cclxiv. 22, 25.

-, -, auditors of the; ccxxxiv. 56.

-, -, auditor of, report of; cclii. 66; and see Godolphin, Jett.

-, -, of the co. of Middlesex; ccxxxix. 32.

-, -, Receivers-General of; ccxl. 103.

-, -, of Surrey, receiver of; ccxlviii. 36.

-, tax, the; ccxxxiii. 36; ccxlii. 38; ccxlvi. 61; ccli. 24; ccliv. 6; cclv. 26; cclviii. 7; cclxiii. 3; cclxv. 5; cclxix. 7.

-, Act; ccxxxix. 22.

-, taxes; cclxix. 51.

-, -, arrears of; cclxix. 23.

-, -, commissioners of, letter of; cclxv. 5.

-, -, for the county of Warwick, the; cclv. 81.

-, -, receivers of, list of; cclxv. 6.

-, -, (Scotland), receivers of; ccliii. 67.

Lands, H.M. Surveyor-General of; ccxlvii. 45.

Lane, John, surveyor of the Horse Guards, memorial of; cclvii. 60.

Langley, Gilbert, goldsmith; cclxvi. 37.

Langnewton, N.B., barony of; cclx. 26.

Lanham, Richard, formerly Receiver-General of taxes for part of Wilts co., petition of; cclxix. 51.

Lanoe, Col. Charles, memorial of; ccxxxix. 15.

Lansdell, Mr. John, appointed paymaster; ccxxxii. 9.

Lanton Hill, alias Lampton. co. Durham, coal mines in; cclix. 13, 14.

Lapney, N.B.; ccxlviii. 1.

Largesses to heralds at coronation, &c.; ccxxviii. 17; ccxliii. 23.

-, statement as to; cclxv. 19.

Larmouth, Patrick, of Darsie, N.B.; cclii. 38.

Lascelles, Col.; ccliv. 48.

-, Mr. Henry, collector of Bridge Town, Barbadoes; ccxxxiv. 10; ccxxxvi. 4; cclviii. 28.

Lascells, Henry, Esq.; ccxxxv. 50.

-, Mr. Phillip, appointed agent for H.M.'s tenths recovered from wrecks; ccxxxiii. 42.

-, pirates' effects in the hands of; ccxxvii. 25.

-, Thomas, H.M. agent at Dunkirk; ccxlviii. 29.

Lauderdale, Charles, Earl of; ccxliii. 17; ccliv. 5.

-, -, General of H.M. Mint in Scotland; ccxxxv. 47; ccxxxviii. 81; ccxlvii. 22.

-, -, memorial of; ccxliii. 32.

Laugherne, Julyan; cclvii. 52.

Laurans, Peter, letter of; ccxliv. 33.

-, -, petition of; ccxl. 19.

Lauze, John, gent., premises at Richmond leased to; ccxxviii. 22.

Lavington; ccxliv. 4.

Law, John, convicted of running away with a merchant ship called The Beginning; ccxxxiii. 23.

-, officers of the; ccxxxv. 67.

Lawburrows; ccliii. 29.

Lawe, Francis, Esq., chirographer of the Court of Common Pleas; ccxxxv. 75.

Lawes, Nicholas, Esq., late Governor of Jamaica; ccxxxiii. 8.

Lawrance, Dr. Thomas, First Physician to Queen Anne; ccli. 72.

Lawrey, Mr. Adam, Clerk of the Treasury; cclii. 72.

Lawton, John, one of the deputy chamberlains of the Exchequer, petition of; ccxlvii. 49.

-, -, certificate and memorial of; ccxlviii. 26.

-, -, letter of; cclxvi. 5.

-, -, petition of; cclxv. 47.

Layer, Mr.; ccxlvi. 36.

-, Christopher; ccxlvi. 48.

-, trial of; ccxliii. 10.

Lazaretts, building of, for preventing the plague; ccxxxv. 41.

Leacroft, John, Esq.; ccxxxix. 17.

Lead mines; ccxxxix. 55.

-, -, at Grinto and Fremington, co. York; ccxxviii. 16.

-, smelting, with pit coal and sea coal, the governor and company for; ccxliii. 30

Leather. See Hides.

Leathes, William, Esq., H.M. resident with the United Netherlands; ccxxviii. 29.

Leathly, James, army clothier; ccxliv. 43; ccxlvii. 13, 45.

Le Blanc, Major James; cclxvi. 29.

Le Cane, Dr. John, director of the British Hospital in Spain; ccxli. 1.

Lechmere, N. (Attorney-General). See Attorney-General.

-, Thomas, Surveyor-General of the Northern Continent of America, petition of; ccxl. 96.

Lee; ccxl. 97.

-, N.B., the barony of; ccxlvii. 63.

Leeds, the Duke of; ccxlvii. 61.

-, -, (the late); cclxvi. 24.

Leet and view of Frank Pledge, courts of, in the manor of Sheen, alias Richmond, Surrey; ccxxxix. 33.

Leeward Charibbee islands, the; ccxxvii. 34; ccxxxix. 37, 68; ccxl. 3; cclvi. 8; cclix. 32; cclxv. 52; cclxvi. 39; cclxviii. 6; cclxix. 40.

-, -, casual revenue in; ccxxxv. 27; ccxl. 3; and see Barbadoes, Carribbee Islands.

Lefebore, Mr. John, petition of; ccliv. 43.

Legaur, Mark, mariner, petition of; cclii. 30.

Legg, Captain, certificate of; ccxlvi. 36.

Leghorn; ccxlviii. 58.

Le Grand, Mr. Alexr., Custom House inspector in Scotland; cclii. 49.

-, -, -, appointed to inquire, &c. on the ports of Kirkaldy and Anstruther; ccxxvii. 24.

Le Gros, David, secretary to the Bank of England; ccli. 22; cclix. 1.

Le Gros, Mr. Benjn., accountant, frauds committed by; ccxxxvi. 6.

Leheup, Peter, Comptroller of Exchequer Bills, petition of; ccxliv. 56.

Lehuep, Mr.; cclxvi. 34.

Leicester, co.; ccxlii. 31.

-, the Earl of; cclxiii. 7.

-, Square; cclxiii. 7.

Leigh, Col., the late; ccxl. 102.

Leinster, Countess of, &c. (Sophia Charlotta), patent for; ccxlii. 23.

Leith, N.B.; ccxxxii. 20; ccxliii. 48; ccxliv. 62; ccliv. 5; cclx. 43.

-, corruption of Custom House officers at; ccxlix. 6.

Le Maitre or Le Mater, John; ccxxxiii. 21.

-, -, -, petition of; ccxlii. 29.

Lenham, Major, the Prince of Orange's declaration brought over by; ccxl. 14.

-, William, a lunatic, only son of Major Lenham; ccxxxv. 42; ccxl. 14.

Lenoir, Mr., collector of the Hole Town, Barbadoes; cclviii. 28.

Lennox, Charles, late Duke of; ccliii. 70; cclv. 83.

-, and Richmond, family of; ccliii. 70; cclv. 83.

Leominster; ccxxx. 5.

Leonard, James, commonly called Captain Leonard, tried for high treason; ccxl. 49.

Leopard's head, the, plate marked with; ccliii. 10.

Lepell, Brigadier; ccxxxvi. 3.

Leppan, James, petition of; ccxliv. 46.

Lerego, Mr. Richard; cclix. 27.

Lerwick, the minister of; ccxxxv. 12.

Leslie; ccxxxix. 3.

-, George, Deputy-Chamberlain for joining Exchequer tallies; ccxlvi. 2.

-, William, petition of; cclxiv. 64.

Lesly, Parson, letter of; ccxxviii. 38.

Letters, abuses in franking in Ireland; ccxxxv. 17.

-, patent for coinage of halfpence, &c. in Ireland; ccxl. 50, 80.

-, -, dormant; cclx. 41.

-, -, of King Charles II., granting manors, &c. to James, Duke of Monmouth; ccxxvii. 15.

Leuchars Forbes, estate of; ccxxvii. 2.

-, sequestered by order of Lords of Session; ccxxvii. 2.

Leven, David, Earl of; ccxlvii. 20.

-, -, -, petition of; ccxxxiv. 54.

Leverock, John, yeoman, petition of; ccliii. 74.

Lewin, Martin, gent., late head marshal of the city of London, petition of; ccxlvi. 86.

Lewis, N.B., isle of; ccxlix. 6; cclii. 25.

-, Thomas, clerk to the comptroller of H.M. Stamp duties in North Britain, memorial of; ccxlvii. 56.

Lewisham, co. Kent; ccxxxv. 71; ccxxxix. 8.

Leyburne, John; ccxxxix. 55.

Leyden, Holland; ccli. 35.

Liards, French coin called; cclviii. 15; cclx. 13.

Libby, Benjamin, of Barwick, province of Maine, yeoman; ccxxxix. 56.

Libels. See Seditious Libels.

Libraries, H.M.'s and the Cotton; cclxiii. 7; and see Harleian Library, Cottonian Library.

Licences for exporting wool from Ireland; ccxxxix. 30.

-, for hackney coaches; ccxxxviii. 109; and see Hackney Coaches.

-, wool, abstract of produce of; ccxxviii. 7; and see Wool.

Lidderdale, Dr.; ccli. 69.

Liddiard, Thomas, petition of; ccxliv. 4.

Life assurance; ccxxviii. 40; and see Assurance.

Liffey, the river; ccxxxv. 70.

Lighthouses, the N. and S. Foreland, and others referred to; cclxvi. 33; and see Foreland.

Ligo, Francis, deputy sheriff of Bucks; ccxliii. 37.

Ligonier, Col.; cclxii. 2.

Lima, Cleonard de, of the island of Minorca; cclii. 34.

-, George de; cclii. 84.

Limerick, co., Protestant colony in; ccxlviii. 50.

Linass, Robert, petition of; ccxxxiii. 38.

Lincoln, co.; ccxxxiv. 56; ccxlii. 38; cclxix. 7, 53.

-, derelict lands in; cclv. 2.

-, manors in, granted by Charles II. to Duke of Monmouth; ccxxxiii. 24.

-, receiver of; ccxxvii. 16.

-, Dr. Tenison, Bishop of; ccxl. 14.

-, Henry, Earl of; ccxxix. 15; ccxxxvii. 3.

-, -, Constable of the Tower of London, memorials of; ccxlvi. 17; ccli. 30.

-, -, late paymaster of the forces; ccxl. 31.

-, -, paymaster-general of the forces, memorial of; ccliv. 32.

-, -, report of; ccxxvii. 23.

-, earldom of; cclxv. 19.

Lincoln's Inn; ccxlviii. 43; cclxv. 29; cclxvi. 15, 16.

Lindsey, co. Lincoln; cclxix. 7.

-, Mr.; ccxxxix. 82.

Linens, duties on printed; ccxli. 7.

Lingen, H., letter of; ccxliii. 6.

Linlithgow, N.B.; ccliv. 5; cclviii. 24.

-, -, the estate of; ccxliv. 61; ccl. 3.

Linlithgow, Earl of (the late), forfeited estate of; ccxxix. 2.

Linton Bridge, over the river Tyne (East Lothian); ccxxxiv. 41.

Lintot, Bernard, printer and bookseller, petitions of; ccxxxiii. 19; ccxlvi. 48.

Lions, the, John Martin, keeper of; ccli. 58.

Lisbon; cclix. 5, 19, 31; cclx. 24.

-, packet boats, the; cclxv. 27.

Lisburne, John, Lord Viscount, petition of; ccxxxiv. 20.

Littlebourn, co. Kent; cclix. 35.

Little Crane Mead, Deptford; ccliii. 3.

Littleton, Sir Thomas; ccliii. 52.

Liveries of drummers, hautboies, &c. report as to; ccxxxii. 32.

Liverpool; ccxliv. 23; ccxxvii. 44; ccliii. 73.

-, Mayor, aldermen, and merchants of, memorial of; ccxxxvi. 4.

-, merchants of; ccxxxix. 2.

-, tobacco trade at; ccxxxviii. 108.

-, trial of rebels at; ccxxxv. 18.

Lizard Point, the; ccxxxix. 41.

Lloyd, Mr. Evan; cclviii. 6.

-, Sir Nathaniel, H.M.'s Advocate-General; ccxxxix. 54.

-, Richd., late collector of land tax of St. James' and Whitehall, petition of; ccxl. 30.

-, Robert, deputy to Mr. Auditor Godolphin, letter to; ccxxvii. 16.

Lobb, Thomas, Esq.; ccxliv. 27.

Loch Ryan, Bay of, co. Galloway; cclv. 36; cclix. 34.

Lochgellie, coal works of, N.B.; cclii. 24.

Lochiel, Cameron of; ccxliii. 17.

Lochow, Lordship of, co. Argyle; ccxxviii. 27.

Lock, William, petition of; ccliii. 30.

Lockford, Suffolk, hundred of; ccliii. 66.

Lockhart, James, of Lee, N.B.; ccxlvii. 63.

-, John, son of James Lockhart; ccxlvii. 63.

-, Captain Walter; ccxlviii. 35.

Lockman, a page of the Bedchamber; ccliv. 26.

Lodington, Benjn., H.M.'s Consul at Tripoli; ccxlviii. 29.

Logan, Geo., of Burn Castle, N.B.; cclii. 19.

Logiefintry, N.B., lands of; cclv. 51.

London; ccxxxii. 23; ccxxxiii. 5, 15; ccxxxv. 17; cclvi. 3; cclxiv. 34; cclxv. 31.

-, aldermen of; ccxlvii. 59.

-, Assurance, Corporation of the; ccxxxiii. 14.

-, -, memorials of; ccxxxviii. 43; ccxxxix. 48.

-, Bailey, the old. See Old Bailey.

-, Bishop of; ccxxxiv. 36; ccxl. 56; ccli. 54; cclxvi. 30.

-, -, dispensation of, to send missionaries to America; ccxxxiv. 36.

-, -, late envoy in Sweden; ccxl. 5.

-, -, letters of; cclxii. 6; cclxviii. 2.

-, -, report of; cclxvi. 21.

-, Chamber of; cclxvi. 30.

-, Chamberlain of; ccxl. 56.

-, churches in, commissioners for building new; cclix. 28, 29.

-, distress in, collection ordered for the alleviation of; cclxvi. 30.

-, Fleet prison. See Fleet.

-, General Post Office of; ccxliv. 23.

-, Gazette, the; ccliii. 30.

-, highway robberies in; cclv. 55.

-, Journal, the; cclv. 88.

-, King's Bench prison. See King's Bench.

-, land surveyor at; ccxxx. 3.

-, Lincoln's Inn; ccxlviii. 43; cclxv. 29; cclxvi. 15, 16.

-, Lord Mayor of; ccxl. 56; ccxlvii. 59; cclxv. 19; cclxvi. 30.

-, Marshal of; ccxlvi. 86.

-, Marshalsea prison, Southwark. See Marshalsea.

-, merchants and owners of ships in, memorial of; cclix. 30.

-, Newgate prison. See Newgate.

-, Old Bailey, the; ccxxxiv. 25.

-, Port of; ccxxxiv. 45; ccxlvi. 64, 114; cclviii. 1; cclxiv. 24; cclxvii. 2; cclxix. 25.

-, Post Office, the. See Post Office.

-, Poultry Compter prison. See Poultry.

-, -, tidesmen in; ccxliv. 22.

-, Remembrancer of; ccxlvii. 59.

-, Rolls Chapel, the; ccxlii. 30.

-, St. Andrew's, Holborn; ccxlii. 53.

-, St. Bride's; ccxlii. 44.

-, St. Clement Danes; ccxlvii. 48; ccxlviii. 69.

-, St. Martin's in the Fields; ccxxxiv. 18; ccxxxv. 8; cclv. 21, 58.

-, St. Mary le Strand; cclv. 19.

-, St. Mary, Woolnoth; cclix. 28.

-, Savoy, the. See Savoy.

-, Sheriffs of; ccxxxix. 16; ccxlvii. 59.

-, Somerset House. See Somerset House.

-, Southsea House. See Southsea.

-, Spitalfields Square and Markets; ccxlvii. 57.

-, Spring Gardens. See Spring Gardens.

-, Stamp Office, the. See Stamp Office.

London Streets:
-, Bond St.; ccxxix. 13, 16; ccxxxix. 30; ccxl. 12, 22, 42, 63, 83; ccxliii. 49.
-, Broad St.; ccl. 4.
-, Change Alley; ccxlvii. 57.
-, Clarges St.; cclxvi. 28.
-, Dover St.; ccxl. 21.
-, Duchy Lane; ccxlvii. 48.
-, Duke St.; ccxxxii. 26; ccxlvi. 15.
-, Essex St.; ccxliii. 43; ccxliv. 40; ccxlviii. 43; cclxiii. 3.
-, Fleet St.; ccxliii. 46.
-, Haymarket, the; ccxxxix. 21.
-, King St., Westminster; ccxlviii. 6.
-, -, Whitehall; ccxliv. 21.
-, Norfolk St.; cclxiv. 18.
-, Pall Mall; ccliii. 14.
-, Piccadilly; ccxliv. 27; cclxvi. 28.
-, -, Road; ccliii. 11.
-, St. Margaret's Lane; ccliv. 28.
-, St. Martin's Lane; cclii. 64.
-, Salisbury St., Strand; ccxl. 19.
-, Shoe Lane; ccxlviii. 40.
-, Strand, the; ccxxxix. 65; ccxliii. 11; ccxlvii. 48; cclv. 3; cclxix. 53.
-, Strand Lane; ccxlvii. 48.
-, Surrey St., St. James's; ccxlvi. 28.
-, Thames St.; ccxli. 6.
-, Tyburn Lane; ccxxxiv. 57; ccliii. 37.

-, Temple, the; cclv. 34.

-, -, (Inner); ccxliii. 69; ccxlvii. 30.

-, Thames, the river. See Thames.

-, Tower of. See Tower.

-, treaty of; ccxxxii. 11.

-, and Westminster, new churches in; cclix. 28, 29.

-, Whitehall. See Whitehall.

-, Mr.; ccxxix. 1.

Londonderry; ccliv. 19.

-, Lord; cclxiii. 2; cclxviii. 6.

-, -, demand of the regiment of horse under the command of; ccxxx. 4.

Long annuities, terms and prices to be allowed to proprietors of; ccxxviii. 5.

Longbridge, Mr., a clerk in the Exchequer; ccxlviii. 26.

Longford, Christopher, Viscount, letter of; cclvii. 31.

-, -, (the late); cclix. 19.

Longitude at sea, Act offering reward for discovering; ccxxxiv. 2.

-, discovery of the; ccxl. 19; ccxliv. 33.

Longport, co. Somerset, parish of; ccliii. 61.

Lonsdale, Henry, Viscount, Constable of the Tower; cclxv. 50.

Loo, Cornwall, Port of; cclxiv. 45.

Lord Advocate, the; ccxlix. 6; ccliii. 19; ccliv. 5; cclv. 73.

Lord Chamberlain, the. See Chamberlain.

-, Chief Justice, the; ccxlviii. 65.

-, Chancellor, the; cclv. 23; cclviii. 25; cclix. 17.

-, High Admiral. See Admiral, Lord High.

-, Lieut. of Ireland. See Ireland.

-, Mayor of London. See London.

-, William, of Barwick, province of Maine, yeoman; ccxxxix. 57.

Lords, the House of; ccxxxiv. 15; ccxxxv. 51; ccxxxviii. 72; ccxxxix. 49; ccxliv. 40; cclii. 56; ccliv. 28, 39, cclx. 35; cclxv. 47.

-, -, committees of, report of; ccxxix. 49.

-, -, door-keepers of, petition of; ccxlii. 15.

-, -, furniture for; cclxiii. 5.

-, -, order of; cclx. 27.

-, -, resolution of; ccxliv. 37.

-, -, (Ireland); cclxvii. 7.

Lords Justices, the. See also Ireland, Lords Justices.

-, -, ccxxvi. 36; ccxxxii. 42, 43, 47; ccxl. 72; ccxliv. 5; ccxlvi. 101; ccliii. 10; cclv. 11; cclix. 19.

-, -, letter of; ccxxvii. 37.

-, -, warrant of; ccxliv. 57.

-, -, (Scotland); ccxxix. 4; ccliii. 56.

-, of Session (Scotland). See Scotland.

Lostock, co. Lancaster; ccli. 40.

Lothians, the, N.B.; ccliv. 5.

Lotteries; ccxxx. 6; ccxxxix. 14; ccxlvi. 31; cclv. 6.

-, Paymasters of the, balances from; cclxii. 1.

Lottery affairs; ccxxxiv. 12; ccxxxv. 63; ccxxxvii. 1; ccxxxviii. 40, 53; ccxl. 24, 41, 87; ccxli. 10; ccxlii. 64; ccxlv. 8; ccli. 60, 77; cclvi. 1, 5; cclvii. 58; cclxiv. 44.

-, annuities; ccxxxv. 2; cclvi. 1; cclx. 19.

-, annuity prizes; cclv. 6.

-, Classis, 1711, the; ccliv. 18; cclxiv. 30.

-, Harburg, the; ccxliii. 67.

-, of 1710; ccxxviii. 5.

-, of 1713; ccliv. 61.

-, of 1714 (1,400,000l.); ccxxviii. 25; ccxxxiii. 17; cclvii. 10.

-, of 1722, duty on malt for; ccxlix. 8.

-, of 1723, manager of, memorial of; ccli. 41.

-, on malt; ccli. 22, 23.

-, 750,000l. managers, &c. of, memorial of; ccli. 41.

-, offices; ccxxxv. 2; ccxl. 41; cclxiv. 44.

Loudoun, Hugh, Earl of, certificate of; ccxxxiv. 42.

-, -, letter of; cclii. 46.

-, James, collector of Customs at Glasgow toun, memorial of; ccxl. 91.

Louther, Thomas, memorial of; ccxlii. 13.

Loval, milia, Lady, petition of; ccxxviii. 28.

-, -, arrears of annuity to be paid to; ccxxviii. 28.

Lovat, Simon, Lord, memorial of; ccxliii. 65.

Lowe, Mr.; cclxix. 45.

Lowine, William, late chief huntsman; cclii. 68.

Lowman, Henry, letter of; cclxv. 15.

-, -, memorial of; ccli. 49.

-, -, and Mary his wife, house-keepers of Kensington Palace, petition of; cclxiv. 76.

-, Mrs.; ccxliv. 42.

Lowndes, Honourable William, M.P., Secretary of the Treasury; ccxxvii. 16, and passim.

-, -, letters of; ccxxvii. 16; ccxlvi. 9.

-, -, letters to; ccxxix. 14; ccxxxii. 6; ccxliv. 33; ccxlvi. 15, 29, 34, 63, 84, 105, 106; ccli. 28.

-, Mr. (the late); ccxxix. 22; ccliii. 32.

Lowther, Mr.; ccxxxiii. 21; ccxxxviii. 64; ccxlii. 30; ccxlvii. 23; ccli. 49; cclii. 72; ccliv. 26, 33; cclxix. 4.

-, -, letter to; ccxlvi. 80.

-, Robert, late Governor of Barbadoes; ccxxxiv. 10; ccxl. 73.

-, Thomas, memorial of; ccxxxv. 14.

Lucas, John, gent., Receiver-General of Land Revenue in the counties of Worcester, Hereford, Salop, and Stafford; ccxl. 103.

Lucerne, valley of, in Piedmont; cclx. 11.

Lucy, the Rev. William; ccxlvii. 57.

Luddington, Mr. John, late postmaster at Canterbury, case of; ccxlii. 7.

Lydd, Kent, port of; ccxlix. 5.

Lyer, the, in the river of Bideford; ccxli. 6.

Lyme Regis, co. Dorset; ccxl. 6.

Lyndford, Thomas, sub-almoner, memorials of; ccxxxviii. 90; ccxlii. 19, 75.

Lyndhurst, co. Hants.; ccxlviii. 18.

Lynn, barony of; cclxv. 19.

-, Regis, Norfolk; ccxl. 92.

-, Samuel, late Muster-master of the Marine Forces, memorial of; ccliii. 18.

Ludlow, Stephen, Esq.; ccliii. 22.

Luellain, George, Chamberlain of the City of London, memorial of; ccxl. 56.

Lumley, Thomas, Esq. (late Sanderson), H.M. Envoy Extraordinary to Denmark; ccxlviii. 29.

Lutheran Church, the; ccxl. 40.

-, -, in the Savoy, the; ccxl. 40; cclv. 47.

-, minister, the, a lodging in the Savoy lately delivered up to; ccxxxix. 65.

-, Protestant congregation in the Savoy, petition of; ccxxxv. 13.