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La Belona, 493.

Lacey, Henry, letter from, 1304.

Lace[y?], John, letter from, 1114 (apparently the same person as the John Lacy who follows).

Lacy (Lassy), John, 522, 1155 (4).

-, John, prior of Merton (died 1530), 1452.

-, Wm., 1485.

Ladde, Thos., monk, 168.

Lainemarshe. See Lamarsh.

Lake, John, 1320.

Lamarsh (Lainemarshe, Lanmarshe), Essex, 164 (2):—g. 202 (45).

Lambe, Wm., 842 (3).

Lambert (Lambart), John, of the Petty Bag, 66, 135 (p. 56).

-, John, customer of Hull, 1070, 1128, 1169.

-, -, letter from, 1070.

- (Lambard), Wm., letter from, 195.

Lambeth (Lamehith), Surr., 204, 921, 1220:— g. 202 (35).

-, letter dated at, 125.

Lambourne (Lamborne), Essex, g. 202 (36), 943 (8).

Lamote, sieur de, 1334.

Lamplugh (Lamplew), Sir John, 1155 (1, 2):— g. 1217 (23).

Lamyn, Rob., 818.

Lancashire (Langkeshir), 563 (2), 635, 666, 678, 692 (2), 804, 806–7, 928, 947, 955 (1, 3), 993, 995, 1009–10, 1022, 1031, 1045–6 (3), 1086 (p. 437), 1096–7, 1118, 1134–5, 1140, 1153–5, 1178, 1187, 1227 (p. 496), 1236, 1251, 1253, 1276, 1334 ii., 1410 (3).

-, commons of, 912.

-, lord of (?), 1253.

Lancaster, 841, 947 (1, 2), 955 (3), 1092, 1235 ii., 1251, 1276, 1392.

-, mayor of. See Standish, John.

Lancaster, duchy of, "the Duchy," 135 (ter).

-, -, chancellor of. See Fitzwilliam, Sir Wm.

Lancaster Herald. See Felowe, Wm (until July '36): Miller, Thos. (July 1536).

Lancaster, Thos., S.T.B., g. 385 (33).

-, Sir Wm., 1155 (1, 2).

Lanceknights. See under German soldiers.

Landaffe. See Llandaff.

Landreteun (near Calais ?), letters dated at, 1498 (7–9).

Lane, John, g. 202 (13).

-, Mr., 1255.

-, Ralph, jun., g. 1417 (5).

Laney or Lawney, Thos., chaplain, 1424 (p. 570).

Langeham. See Langham.

Langestorth (Langthorpe ?), Yorks., 760 (2).

Langey (Langays), Wm. du Bellay, sieur de, 443 (p. 179).

Langgrische, Ric., priest, letter from, 1350.

Langham (Langeham), Rutl., g. 519 (13).

Langier, Mons. de, 292.

Langkeshir. See Lancashire.

L'Angle, in Flanders, 421, 436, 439, 471, 492.

-, letter from the town, 421.

-, letter to the officers, 439.

-, English prisoner in. See Alen, John.

Langley, 524.

Langley, Hants, g. 1217 (6).

Langley, Herts, 868.

Langley park, Bucks, 225.

Langley, Will., 974.

Langney (farm belonging to Lewes priory), 583.

Langorwyth. See Langwathe.

Langton, Linc., 975 (f. 8).

Langton (Longton), Sir Thos, 896, 1251 (2).

-, -, letter to, 896.

Langtun, Robt., 276.

Langtun Wynde, Linc., 828 xi.

Languedoc, in France, 181.

Langwathe (Langwyth, Langorwyth) Lane End, Linc., 805 i., 828 vi., 967 iii.

Langwith, Linc., 828 ii., xi.

Lanmarshe. See Lamarshe.

Lanyhorne, Cornw., 135.

Lark, Peter, Gardiner's servant, 29 (p. 17), 1363.

La Roche, Anne de, 381 C.

Lartington (Lyrtington), in Romaldkirk parish, Yorksh., 1284.

Lascelles (Lassell), —, and his father, 879 ii.

- (Lasselles), Chr., sig. of, 481.

-, Roger, 688 (3), 760 (2), 1138 (p. 456), 1155 (4), 1243 (2):—g. 1417 (3).

Lassington (Lastington), Glouc., g. 202 (10).

Lassy. See Lacy.

Lastalthyell. See Lostwithiel.

Lathom, Lanc., 947 (2).

-, letters dated, 856–8, (also 856 n), 872 iii., 947–8, 1010, 1060, 1066, 1092, 1118, 1251–2.

Lathom, Ric., 1251 (2).

Latimer, John Nevill, lord, 104, 139 i., iii., iv., 215, 729, 759, 760 (2), 1009, 1135 (2), 1155 (2, 4), 1174, 1205–6:— g. 1217 (19).

Latimer, Hugh, bp. of Worcester, 60, 67, 96, 117, 123–4, 432, 580 (p. 235), 585 (p. 238), 705, 778, 790, 853, 902 (2), 1286, 1292, 1319, 1374, 1424.

-, -, letters from, 67, 778, 790, 1374.

-, -, signature of, 60, 124 (2).

Lattercotts, Ric., 828.

Launceston, Cornw., 405, 978.

-, letter dated, 796.

-, John Schere, prior of, letter from, 796.

Laurence, John, g. 202 (4), 1217 (27).

-, John, vicar of Rainham, 1495.

Laurerius, Dionysius (Father Denis), general of the Servites, nuncio to Scotland (afterwards cardinal), 685, 862, 1100, 1297, 1379.

Lauretum. See Loretto.

Lautrec, Odet de Foix, sieur de (died 1528), 443 (p. 179).

Lavenham, Suff., 625:—g. 202 (45).

La Vere. See Veere.

La Warr. See De la Warr.

Lawden, John, 1061, 1103.

Lawe, Mr., priest, 51.

-, Cuthb., g. 1417 (10).

-, Thos., bailiff, 974.

Lawhadden. See Llawhaden.

Lawndie, —, 1239.

Lawney or Laney, Thos., 1424 (p. 570).

Lawress, Linc., wapentake of, 828 v.

Lawson, Sir George, treasurer of Berwick, 310, 398, 651, 704, 748–50, 762, 1155 (2, 4), 1365, 1380:—g. 385 (11).

-, -, letters from, 651, 1365.

-, -, sig. of, 704.

Lawson, Roger, 504 (p. 204).

-, Wm., 164 (2).

Laxston, Wm., 1419 ii.

Layburn, Sir James, 608, 666, 1074, 1251.

-, -, letter from, 608.

Layer (Leyr) de la Hay, Essex, g. 519 (14).

Laynton, Ric., 828 vii.

Layton (Leighton), Dr. Ric., clerk of Chancery, one of Cromwell's visitors, 361, 582, 786 (3), 788, 801, 803, 822, 841 i., iv., 854, 937, 1246, 1260, 1318, 1419, 1469.

-, -, letter from, 1469.

Layton, Ant., 1251 (2).

- (Leyghton), Edw., signature of, 124 (2).

Leache (Leche), Nich., parson of Belchford, Linc., 828 i. (2), 975.

-, Rob., 843, 967 ii., 975, 1224 (2).

-, Will., 620, 828 i. (2), ii., 967 i., iii., v., vii., 974–5, 1061 (see Notes), 1062.

Leadenham (Leidnam), Linc., 164 (2).

Leadnham (sic), Hugh, 828 vii.

Leake (Leeke), Linc., 975 (f. 5).

Leceter. See Leicester.

Leche. See Leache.

Leder (Lether), Oliver, one of the Six Clerks, 66, 180, 580 (p. 234), 1419:—App. 3.

-, -, letter from, 180.

-, -, his wife, App. 3.

Ledes. See Leeds.

Ledney, Hugh, 827 ii.

Ledys, Thos., 522 (p. 212).

Lee, Kent, 1426.

Lee (Salop?), g. 1217 (23).

Lee, Edward, abp. of York, 60, 503, 580 (5), 586, 689, 692, 728–9, 751, 758, 768, 779, 826, 841, 929 xxiii., 1086, 1127, 1143, 1188, 1261, 1300, 1320, 1336, 1402, 1410.

-, -, letters from, 586, 689, 929 xxiii., 1300.

-, -, letters to, 781, 1336.

-, -, sig., 60, 729.

-, -, his house (qu. Cawood ?), 1402.

Lee, Roland, bp. of Coventry and Lichfield (sometimes called "of Chester"), president of the Welsh Council, 51, 66 (p. 38), 198, 511, 580 (5), 1255, 1370, 1453:—g. 1417 (3, 15).

-, -, letter from, 1255.

Lee, Mr. (qu. Ant. ?), 193.

-, Ant., 756.

-, Christopher, 1331.

-, John, g. 1217 (23).

-, Nich., 580 (4).

-, Ric., surveyor of Calais, 277, 498, 1303–4, 1358, 1369, 1397:—g. 385 (13).

-, -, letters from, 498, 1303, 1358.

-, (Aley), Robt. à, 500, 1015.

- (Le), Sir Robt. à, 580 (p. 234), 1126, 1227:—g. 1217 (20).

-, Thos., g. 1417 (15).

Lee. See Ley.

Leeds (Ledes), Kent, St. Mary's priory, g. 519 (20).

-, prior of. See St. Leger, Arth. (resigned); also Day, Thos. (1536).

Leeds, Yorkshire, 1392.

Leek, Leke, or Leyke, —, 1072.

-, Fras., 562.

-, John, 562, 588, 674.

Leeke. See Leake.

Leey. See Ley.

Legate, the, 163. See Campeggio, Cardinal.

Legates sent to treat for peace between Francis I. and Charles V., 147 (pp. 63–4). See Caracciolo, M., cardinal, and Trivulcis, A., card.

Legbourn (Legeborne), Linc., 828 i., iii., 854, 968.

- nunnery (supp.), 567, 854, 920 (2), 959, 970.

Legh (Ly, Leigh), Thomas, LL.D. visitor of the monasteries, 255, 273 (see Notes and Errata), 349, 714, 786 (3), 788, 801, 803, 822, 841 i., iv., 854, 937, 1246, 1318, 1419:—g. 1217 (4).

-, -, letters from, 255, 273, 349.

Legh or Leghe, John, of Cumberland, 1155 (2).

-, Nic., App. 8.

-, Piers, 855, 1251 (2).

-, -, letter from, 855.

-, Wm., 522:—g. 1217 (4).

Leghlyn. See Leighlin.

Legon. See Ligon.

Le Gras (Le Grace), Wm., of Paris, 337, 344, 346, 472, 1348.

-, -, letters from, 346, 1348.

Leicester (Leceter, Lacester), 970 (p. 394), 1171, 1174.

-, letters dated at, 26, 981, 1025.

-, abbey of St. Mary de Pratis, letter from the convent, 26.

-, -, abbot of (Bourchier or) Pexsall, q. v.), 26.

-, -, prior of. See Bromley, Ric.

-, gaol of, 981.

-, St. Martin's, the vicar of, 970. (p. 394).

-, White Hart, 841.

-, Wm. Wigston's almshouse, 970 (p. 394).

Leicestershire, 224, 589, 747, 1025, 1278:— g. 519 (22), 1217 (23).

Leidnam. See Leadenham.

Leigh. See Legh.

Leighlin (Leghlyn), in Ireland, 101.

Leighs (Lyghes), Essex, g. 943 (8, 11).

-, priory of (suppr.), 310:—g. 385 (17).

-, last prior. See Ellis, Thos.

Leighs (Lyghes), Magna, Essex, g. 943 (8).

Leighs Parva, Essex, g. 943 (8).

Leighton. See also Layton.

-, Ric., 827 ii.

Leinster, in Ireland, 574, 915, 1150.

Leistafte. See Lowestoft.

Le Jeune, Vincent, 763.

Leke. See Leek.

Leland (Lailand), John, the antiquary, parson of Peppeling in Calais, g. 202 (24).

Lelegrave (Lylegrave), Frances, widow of William, letter from, 278.

- (Lilgrave), Wm., surveyor of Calais (died 1536), 277–8:—g. 385 (13).

Lenard, servant to Cranmer, 1053.

Lennard. See Leonard.

Lentall, Mr., 1442.

-, Philip, auditor, signature of, 135 (p. 56).

Leo, a former Pope, 124 (10).

Leonard (Lennard), John, g. 943 (13).

-, Ric., upper serjeant of Marke, 323.

-, Thos., g. 943 (13).

Leonhalles or Lyonshall, Heref., 412.

Lessemolen. See Lismullin.

Lestrange (Straunge), Sir Thos., 165, 580 (pp. 233–4), 864 ii., 1260.

Leteney, Robt., 1393 (2).

Lether. See Leder.

"Lethes" (Leases), the, 878.

Letley. See Netley.

Leva. See Leyva.

Levenyng, —, of Barnetby, 975 (f. 3).

Leverseige. See Liversedge.

Leverton, Linc., 975 (f. 5).

Leveson, Jas., g. 1417 (3).

Lewes, Suss., letters dated at, 214, 373, 583.

-, priory of, 214, 448.

-, Robt., prior of, 214, 373, 448, 580, 583, 670.

-, -, letters from, 214, 373, 448, 583.

Lewis of Bavaria, the Emperor (A.D. 1314–47), 1355 n.

Lewis or Lewys:—

-, Hugh, 965.

-, Robt., mayor of Canterbury (1536–7), 19 (see Notes).

Lewisham, Kent, 1426.

Lewkenore, Sir Roger, and his sons, 365.

Lewys. See Lewis.

Lexden hundred, Essex, g. 943 (12), 1417 (26).

Ley, Master, 1347.

Ley (Leey), Thos., letter from, 1380. See also Legh and Lee.

Leyceter, Ralph, g. 385 (7).

Leye, John, 1425.

Leyghton. See Layton.

Leyke. See Leek.

Leylande (Leylond), Sir Will., 897, 1118 1230, 1251 (2).

-, -, letter to, 897.

Leynton. See Toynton.

Leyr. See Layer.

Leyva (Leva), Antonio di, Prince of Ascoli, Imperial general (died Sept., 1536), 235, 358 p. 145. See Errata), 443 (p. 179), 513, 779 (p. 300).

Libberton (Lyberton), laird of, 916 ii.

Licetor. See Lister.

Lichfield (Lychefyld), Warw., letters dated at, 433, 1019.

-, cathedral of, 291.

-, bishop and diocese of. See Coventry and L.

Licques, the sieur de, Flemish captain, 217.

Liddington (Lidington), Rutl., 1407.

Lieutenant, my lord. See Suffolk, duke of.

Lieutenant, Mr., 279, i.e., Sir Edm. Walsingham (q. v.), lieutenant of the Tower.

Lifton (Lyfton), Devon, letters dated at, 679, 810, 954.

Ligon or Lygon (Legon), Sir Ric., 580 (pp. 232, 235).

Ligons (Lygons), Sir John, 623.

Liguria, in Italy, 179.

Likerke, sieur de. See Hannaert, John.

Lile. See Lisle.

Lilgrave. See Lelegrave.

Limerick, in Ireland, 102, 281, 350, 382, 1332 (2), 1381.

-, letters dated at, 256–9, 265–7, 282.

-, mayor of. See Sexton, Edm.

Limerick, county of, 259 (pp. 109–10).

Linch (Lynche), Suss., g. 202 (37).

Lincoln, 10, 531–2, 547, 552–3, 567, 587 (2), 658, 672 (2), 674, 691, 706, 715, 717, 724, 728, 734, 750, 752, 754, 756, 764–5, 768–9, 780, 788, 808, 817, 819, 822, 828–9, 833, 850, 852–4, 860, 879 (2), 913, 920, 939, 950, 967 vi., 968, 975, 1017, 1046 (3), 1061–2, 1086, 1093, 1097, 1155 (5), 1235, 1283, 1406 (p. 559).

-, letters dated at, 618, 722 (2), 756, 789, 839, 865–6, 880, 888, 913, 914, 923, 958–9, 979, 989–90, 998, 1004–6, 1015–6, 1034–6, 1043, 1056, 1084–5, 1103–6, 1120, 1162, 1165–6, 1179–80, 1207, 1221, 1239–40, 1267–8, 1281, 1283, 1288.

-, mayor of. See Sutton, Rob.

-, bishop of Lincoln's lodging (palace) at, 714, 939.

- castle, 827 (2 ii.), 938 (2), 1155 (p. 446).

- cathedral, 717, 939, 1155 (5).

-, -, chapter house of, 971 (p. 396), 975 (f. 3).

-, -, chancellor of. See Massingberd, Chr.

-, chancellor's house, 971 (p. 396).

-, dean of. See Henneage, Geo., LL.D.

-, dean's house at, 1155 (5).

-, dean and canons of, 853 (p. 342).

-, sub-dean of. See Prynn, John, LL.D.

-, "old vicars of," 939.

- Close, 717, 853 (p. 342), 939, 971 (p. 397).

-, market place, 718.

-, New Port without, 828, 968.

-, cell of St. Mary Magdalen, 10.

-, Town Hall, 939.

Lincoln, archdeaconry of, 975 (f. 5).

-, archdeacon of. See Pate, Ric.

Lincoln, John Longland, bp. of, chancellor of Oxford University, 60, 136–8, 325, 369, 580 (5), 585 (p. 238 bis), 705, 714, 786 (3), 828 v., 844 ii., 853, 1033: —g. 202 (13), 1217 (16), 1417 (5 bis).

-, -, letters from, 136–7, 1033.

-, -, signature of, 60.

-, his chancellor. See Raynes, Dr. John.

-, his officers, 852, 854.

-, his registrar, Mr. Frank. See under Franke.

Lincoln (Lyncolin), —, 345.

-, Sir Thos., 972.

Lincolnshire, 242, 543, 585, 729, 734, 752, 766, 789, 799, 800–1, 816, 818, 828 xii., 837, 841, 888, 969, 1026, 1064 (p. 429), 1079, 1093, 1095, 1097, 1137, 1155 (5), 1169, 1176, 1180, 1227 (p. 496), 1228, 1236, 1410 (3):—g. 202 (13), 519 (22), 1217 (23).

-, army accounts (of conduct money, &c.), 938, 958, 1093, 1106, 1179.

-, commissioners of subsidy in, 533–4, 563, 569, 576, 714, 828, 853, 970, 1131.

-, -, letter to, 569.

-, the duke of Suffolk lieutenant in, 833, 1235.

-, gentlemen of, sworn by the King's commission, 842 (3).

- gentlemen come to Stamford, 672 (2), 722.

-, sheriff of. See Dymmoke, Edw. (1535–6); Tyrwhit, Sir Wm. (1536 –7).

-, suppressed monasteries in, 1180.

-, the King's surveyors in, 536.

Lincolnshire Rebellion, 531–4, 536–9, 543, 547, 552–3, 556–64, 567–9, 571, 576, 578–9, 581, 584–5, 587–93, 597–8, 601–3, 607, 611, 614–21, 625, 634, 656, 658, 665, 670, 672, 690, 692, 694, 703, 706, 712, 714–8, 720–1, 723, 734, 737, 739, 742, 747, 750–1, 757, 768, 771, 780, 782, 805, 817, 821, 824–5, 827–8, 835, 841, 849, 852–4, 879 (2), 920, 929, 930, 939, 944, 950, 965, 967, 971–5, 984, 987, 1025, 1061–3, 1097, 1103, 1111, 1131, 1160, 1224, 1409 (1, 2).

-, -, demands of the rebels, 585 (p. 238), 618, 658, 1406.

-, -, answer to petitions of the rebels, 569, 587 (2), 615–6, 665, 780 (2), 1406.

-, -, letter to the rebels, 645.

-, -, oath of the rebels in, 552, 568 (p. 226), 571, 585, 620 ii., 762.

-, -, pardon for, 1061, 1103, 1224 (2).

-, -, Shrewsbury's proclamation to the rebels, 694 (2).

-, -, submission of the rebels in, 715–8, 729, 734.

Lindsey (Lynsse), division of Lincolnshire, 531, 538, 553, 852, 971 (p. 395).

Lindsey (Lynsey or Lyndeseye), —, one of the Six Clerks, 66.

-, Dr., 970 (p. 394).

-, Godfrey, 842 (3), 975 (f. 3).

-, John, 135 (bis), 842 (3), 975 (ff. 2, 3).

Line (Lune), the river in Cumberland, 993.

Lingham, —, 1249.

-, Sir John, 580 (pp. 233, 235), 670.

Linton, Yorksh., 1299.

Linwood, Linc., 973, 975 (f. 8).

Lione. See Lyons.

Lionel —, groom of the Chamber, 1436.

Liset. See Lizet.

Lisle (Lysley), Arthur Plantagenet, viscount, deputy of Calais, viceadmiral of England, letters from, 183, 452, 572, 1189, 1261, 1378.

-, -, letters to, 30–32, 34, 39, 46, 55, 61, 89, 94, 100, 108, 129–30, 161, 171, 207, 217–18, 277, 279–80, 298, 314, 345, 352, 357, 363, 394–5, 413, 415, 420–2, 428, 440, 456, 461, 471, 482–3, 492, 499, 507, 554, 573, 575, 632, 667, 684, 743, 763, 798, 812, 832, 861, 905, 925, 940, 952, 961, 1000, 1011, 1089, 1097, 1108, 1130, 1158, 1190, 1192, 1258, 1263, 1273, 1280, 1302–3, 1305, 1311, 1313–4, 1338, 1341–2, 1346 1358–9, 1385, 1389, 1397–8, 1498.

-, -, other references, 13, 47, 56, 107, 139 ii., iv., 232, 241, 264, 288, 341, 356, 370, 414, 429, 463, 467, 472, 488, 491, 580 (p. 236), 595, 668, 710, 735, 882, 889, 890, 1072, 1098, 1181, 1191, 1193, 1222, 1256, 1312, 1360, 1369:— g. 202 (5), 943 (9).

-, -, some correspondence of, 1498.

-, -, his ships, See under Ships.

-, -, sig. of, g. 943 (9).

-, -, his trumpet, 952, 961, 1011.

Lisle, Honor, lady, wife of lord Lisle, widow of Sir John Basset, letters to 12, 13, 33, 47, 62–3, 107, 109, 264, 292, 336–7, 344, 346, 356, 370, 408–9, 414, 429, 463, 467, 472, 478, 491, 527, 668, 735, 797, 813, 889, 890, 951, 991, 1072, 1098–9, 1181, 1202, 1213, 1222, 1256–7, 1264, 1274, 1282, 1289, 1312, 1344–5, 1347–8, 1360–1, 1369, 1498.

-, -, other references, 89, 108, 394, 410, 482, 573 (p. 228), 1130, 1132, 1193, 1261–2, 1302–3, 1305, 1389, 1398.

-, -, her expected confinement, 1181, 1282, 1302–3, 1312, 1342, 1358, 1360, 1369.

-, -, some correspondence of, 1498.

-, -, her daughter (47, &c.). See Basset, Anne.

-, -, her daughters, 292.

-, -, her gentlewoman, Mrs. Alice, 467, 889.

-, -, a gentlewoman for, 1256.

-, -, her weir (at Umberleigh), 370, 414.

Lisle, Lysle, or Lile:—

-, —, 1300, 1336.

-, Sir Humph., g. 385 (30).

-, Robt., g. 943 (4).

-, Sir Thos., 580 (pp. 232–4), 670:— App. 8:—g. 1217 (23).

Lisle Adam, Philip de Villiers, Grand Master of St. John's (ob. 1534), 917.

Lisley (i.e. Lisle), Bridget. See Plantagenet, Bridget.

Lismullin (Lessemolen), in Ireland, nunnery of, 1416.

Lister (Lyster), Sir Ric., chief baron of the Exchequer, one of the justices of assize, 381 B., 580 (pp. 232, 234), 1256, 1411:—g. 1417 (5 bis).

-, -, sig. of, 1411.

Lister (Lyster, Licetor), Adam, 1424.

-, Michael, 580 (1, 2 p. 233), 670.

Litherland, Agnes, prioress of Gracedieu, g. 385 (23).

Littlebury (Litilbury), Humph., 828 ii., 842 (3).

-, Thos., 805, 828 i. (2), ii., 842 (3), 967 i., vi., viii., 975.

-, Sir John, 852.

Littleton (Lytleton), Edw., 580 (p. 235):— g. 1417 (3).

Liversedge (Leverseige), Yorks., letter dated at, 1051.

Lizet (Liset), Pierre, Premier President of the Parliament of Paris, 1352, 1395.

Llandaff, bishop of. See Athequa, George.

Llandaff (Landaffe), bpric. of, 260.

Llandwrog (Llandorok), in Wales, 1055 (p. 425), 1329.

Llangaffo, in Anglesea, 1055, 1329.

Llangeinwen (Llangynwen), in Anglesea, 1055, 1329.

Llantarnam abbey, Monm., abbot of, 1430.

Llawhaden (Lawhadden), Pemb., 1427.

Lloyd or Lloid, Edw., 509.

-, Oliver, 309.

-, Thos., chaunter of St. Davids, 1428 n.

Loch Leven, laird of. See Douglas, Sir Robert.

Lock, Ric., 580 (6).

Locke, —, 1256. See also Lok.

Lockere (?), siegneur en, 483. See Mortaigne.

Lodsworth, Suss., g. 202 (37).

Loghe Gere or Loghgyr. See Lough Gur.

Loght. See Lough.

Loithe. See Louth.

Lok or Locke, Wm., mercer, 254, 686, 1201, 1302–3, 1312, 1380, 1419 ii.

-, -, letters from, 254, 1302.

-, -, sig. of, 1201.

Lokkere. See Lough Gur.

Lombardy, 328.

Lombart, —, a post, 352.

Lomleye. See Lumley.

Londesdale. See Lonsdale.

London, letters dated at, 7–9, 13, 25, 29, 31–34, 39–42, 44, 46–7, 55, 58, 61–2, 67, 72, 80–2, 94, 100, 107–9, 118, 129, 136–7, 143, 146–9, 157, 159, 174, 185, 189–90, 193, 219–21, 228, 231, 240, 260, 264, 279, 285–7, 308, 316, 322, 325, 335, 340, 348, 355–6, 358–9, 364, 368, 370, 374, 389–90, 403, 413–4, 455, 467, 479, 484–5, 491, 497, 528, 559, 576, 624, 640, 682–3, 698, 745, 797, 812–3, 860, 889, 926, 951, 997, 1040, 1072, 1091, 1097–8, 1152, 1163–4, 1177, 1181, 1201, 1220, 1222, 1254, 1256, 1258–9, 1273, 1282, 1302–3, 1311–2, 1318, 1325, 1344, 1358, 1363, 1369, 1385, 1387, 1397.
-, All Hallows beside Austin Friars, 193.
-, All Hallows the Greater, g. 943 (3).
-, Austin Friars, Cromwell's house at, 159, 193, 335, 455.
-, Austin Friars, letters dated at (also under London), 25.
-, Axe, sign of the, against Durham place, 841.
-, Axe, the, without N . . ., 841.
-, Bethlehem Hospital, g. 943 (17).
-, -, master of. See Mewtas, Peter (1536).
-, Billingsgate, 19.
-, The Black Friars, 190, 231 (the Friars), 1322, 1344.
-, -, prior of. See Strowdyl, Robert:—Hilsey, John.
-, Bridewell, 1086 (p. 437), 1334.
-, Candlewick Street, g. 1417 (29).
-, Chancery Lane, 3.
-, Charing Cross, g. 202 (4).
-, Charing Cross field, g. 202 (4).
-, -, the Swan Inn in, g. 202 (4).
-, Charterhouse, the, 186, 210 (2), 501, 870.
-, -, brethren of (sent to Sion), 487.
-, Cheapside, 841, 1055 (p. 425), 1097.
-, Chepe, 135 (p. 56).
-, -, the Horse Head in, 1406.
-, -, -, the goodman of, 1406.
-, Chester Place, 516.
-, Christchurch, letters dated at, 127, 1385.
-, Clerkenwell (Clartonwell), nunnery, my lady (prioress) of, App. 16.
-, -, St. John's priory, 849.
-, Conduit, the, in Fleet Street, 1334 ii.
-, Corpus Christi chapel, near St. Laurence's, g. 1417 (29).
-, Counter, the prison, 1334 ii.
-, -, letter dated at, 1164.
-, Cussyn Lane, g. 943 (3).
-, Dowe Lane, g. 943 (3).
-, Dowgate, g. 943 (3).
-, Durham Place, 841.
-, Elsingspittell, prior of, 135 (p. 56).
-, Ely Place (bp. of Ely's house), g. 943 (22).
-, Fenchurch Street, 1467.
-, Fetter Lane (Faterlane), g. 943 (22).
-, Fleet Bridge, 1334 ii.
-, Fleet Prison, 501.
-, Fleet Street, 301, 1177, 1363, 1405.
-, -, the Queen's Head in, 1405–6.
-, -, the Conduit in, 1334 ii.
-, -, Cock and Key in, 1334.
-, Friar Augustines. See Austin Friars.
-, Friars, the, 231.
-, Gray's Inn, 818, 1486.
-, Holborn, g. 943 (22).
-, -, letters dated, 136–7.
-, Honey Lane, 135 (p. 56).
-, King's Bench Prison, 168 (p. 74), 1463.
-, Lincoln's Inn, 1181.
-, London Bridge, 168 (p. 74).
-, Ludgate, 189.
-, Marshalsea Prison, g. 202 (25).
-, Middle Temple, g. 385 (32).
-, Paternoster Row, 255.
-, Paul's (Polls). See St. Paul's.
-, Paul's Cross, 186, 325, 1374.
-, Rolls, the (House of Converts), 879, 1124:—g. 202 (17).
-, -, chaplains and "converses" of, 66.
-, -, letters dated at, 29, 44, 55, 159, 322, 335, 364, 403, 455, 1040, 1091, 1259, 1318, 1363.
-, Rose, the, tavern by Fleet Bridge, 1334 ii.
-, St. Bartholomew's, West Smithfield.
-, -, prior or master of, 135:— g. 385 (29).
-, St. Bride's (Brigide's), 1334 ii.
-, -, churchyard, 1334.
-, St. Dunstan's in the East, g. 1217 (12).
-, St. Gabriel, Fenchurch Street, 1467.
-, St. Giles in the Fields, 1452.
-, St. John's priory, Clerkenwell, 849.
-, St. Laurence's by Candelwyke Street, g. 1417 (29).
-, St. Margaret's, Lothbury, 138 n.
-, St. Martin's in the Fields, parish of, g. 202 (4).
-, -, -, Abbot's Bridge, g. 202 (4).
-, -, -, Brick Close, g. 202 (4).
-, -, -, Charing Cross. See under C.
-, -, -, Condet Mede, g. 202 (4).
-, -, -, Priours Croft in, g. 202 (4).
-, -, -, Priours Hoope in Thames Mede, g. 202 (4).
-, St. Martin's in the Vintry, 1485.
-, St. Mary of Graces Abbey. See Tower Hill.
-, St. Mary Spittell, App. 16.
-, St. Michael Paternoster, g. 943 (3).
-, St. Michael's, Wood Street, 1425.
-, St. Paul's Cathedral (Poll's), 515, 834, 1406.
-, -, chapter house, 186.
-, -, dean of. See Pace, Ric.; Sampson, Ric. (1536).
-, -, deanery of, 125.
-, Savoy, the, 497.
-, -, master of the. See Holgill, Wm.
-, Strand, the, bp. of Worcester's house in, letter dated at, 67.
-, Temple, the, 34, 297.
-, Temple Gates, the, 1406.
-, Thames Street, 1485.
-, Tower of, 7 (p. 8), 10, 147 (p. 64), 174, 222, 233, 320 (a tower), 354, 381 A., B., 576 (p. 230), 607, 624, 699, 714, 803, 835, 860, 1097, 1128, 1260, 1406 (p. 558), 1410:—g. 519 (3). 1417 (1).
-, -, Mint in. See Mint.
-, "Touch of the Tower," 768 (2), 782, 854 ii., 956, 968.
-, Tower Hill Abbey (St. Mary of Graces), Hen. abbot of, 372, 392–3:—g. 385 (37).
-, -, -, letter from, 393.
-, Tower Street, g. 1217 (12).
-, White Friars, 301, 403.
-, Wood Street, 1425.

London, assembly of the chief citizens, 295.
-, attitude of, during the rebellion, 580 (3), 1410.
-, the chamber of, 195.
-, common packer of, g. 519 (7).
-, the corn metership, 195.
-, customs of, g. 202 (3, 30), 519 (7).
-, Flemish shoemakers in, 714 (p. 276).
-, French tailors in, 714 (p. 276).
-, Frenchmen in, assaulted, 1334.
-, lord mayor of, 231. See Alen, Sir John (1535–6), Warren, Sir Ralph (1536–7).
-, mayor and sheriffs, 330.
-, mayor and aldermen, 559.
-, merchants of, 1163.
-, payment of tithes in, 204.
-, troops to be raised in, 580 (1), 640.
-, troops staid at, 752–3.

London, treaty of (A.D. 1518), 390, 479 (p. 194–5).

London, bp. of. See Stokesley, John.

London, Dr. John, warden of New College, Oxford, 96, 118, 1184–5, 1376.

-, -, letters from, 96, 1184, 1376.

London, Wm., spear of Calais, 13, g. 519 (5).

Long or Longe, Sir Henry, sheriff of Wiltshire (1536–7), 580 (pp. 232, 234), g. 1217 (23).

-, Sir Ric., 168.

Longbotham (Longbothon), Will., 828 ii., 842 (4), 975.

Longemore or Longmore. See under Westminster.

Longford (Longeford), Sir Ralph, 1411.

Longgraunt (Longegraunte), John or Jenyns, of Flanders, 381 C bis, 516.

Longstock (Longstoke Longestoke), Hants, g. 202 (29).

Longton. See Langton.

Longtre, John, 1251 (2).

Longvyle, Thos., sheriff of Beds and Bucks (1536–7), g. 1217 (23).

Lonsdale (Londesdale), Lanc. and Westmld., 1135, 1155 (2), 1207.

Lord, Robert, 624, 724, 1152, 1220, 1419 iii., 1469:—g. 202 (25).

-, -, letter from, 1152.

Lords, House of, 94, 108, 158, 1246.

Loretto (Lauretum), St. Mary of, 963.

Lorge, Alex., letter from, 1359.

Lorraine, John de, cardinal archbp. of Rheims ("Cardinal of Lorraine"), 953, 1183 (p. 480), 1435,

-, -, letter to, 1435.

Lorraine, marquis of (Francis, eldest son of Anthony, duke of Lorraine), 711.

Lostwithiel (Lastuthyell), Cornw., 1490.

Lough Gur (Lokkere, Loghgyr, Loghe Gere,) castle or peel, in Ireland, 257, 259, 266, 281–2, 350.

-, letters dated at, 332–3, 1332.

Loughour, Philip, 696.

Lough Sewdy (Loght Sewde), in Ireland, now Ballimore, prior of, 1416.

Louis, infant of Portugal, son of king Emanuel, "Don Loys," 15 (p. 13), 40 (p. 24), 285 (p. 121), 389 (p. 160), 441 (p. 177), 1143 (p. 458).

Louisa of Savoy, mother of Francis I., daughter of Philip II., duke of Savoy (died 1531), 8.

Lound. See Lund.

Louth, county, in Ireland, monasteries in, 1416.

Louth (Lowth), in Ireland, canons of, 1416.

Louth (Loweth, Luth, Lowth, Loithe), Linc., 533–4, 552–3, 563, 567–8, 585 (p. 238), 616, 658, 672 (2), 715, 717, 756, 764, 780 i., ii., 827 i., ii., 828 i., iii., v., vii., xii., 834, 843, 852–4, 913, 920 (2), 939, 959, 967 v., x., 968–975, 1177.

-, letters dated at, 534, 539.

-, bailiff of. See King, Wm.

-, captain of. See Melton, Nic.

-, captains of, 715, 717.

-, chief constable of. See Ashby, Wm.

-, commons of, 853, 971.

-, priests of, 972.

-, Sir William, parish priest of, 975 (f. 8).

-, vicar of. See Kendall, Thomas.

-, church of, 828 i., vii., 854, 968.

-, Corn hill at, 828 iii.

-, Cross at, 968, 973.

-, Market Hill at, 854.

-, market place at, 828, 971–2.

-, Saracen's Head at, 828 iii.

-, town hall of, 854.

Louth Esk, Linc., 828 vii., 939, 968 (p. 390), 975 (fo. 4).

-, deanery of, 975 (fo. 4).

-, chief constable of Louth and. See Asbye, Wm.

Louth (Lowth) Park abbey, Linc., 536, 567.

-, late abbot of, 974.

-, a monk late of (Wm. Borrowby), 568, 971 (p. 395), 974, 975 (f. 3).

Lovell, —, spear of Calais, 13.

-, Sir Fras., 580 (p. 233), 615, 642, 1085, 1120.

-, Rob., 828 ii., 967.

Lovett, —, of Horncastle, 975.

-, Thos., sig. of, 931.

Low Countries. See Flanders.

Lowdewater, in Rickmansworth, 867.

Lowe, Thos., g. 1417 (5).

Lowestoft (Leistafte), Suff., 321, 1169.

Loweth. See Louth.

Lowther, Sir John, 1155 (1, 2).

-, Lancelot, 1155 (1, 2).

Loys, Don. See Louis.

Lubeck, 76.

-, letter dated at, 505.

Luc (Luca), in Provence, letter dated at, 235.

Lucca (Luke), in Italy, 499.

Lucktan, Surrey, g. 202 (5).

Lucy, lord, of Egremont, 1475.

Lucy, —, 580 (p. 235).

-, Wm., 431–2.

Luffenham North, Rutl., g. 519 (13).

Lufkyn or Luffekyn, Mr., of Southwark, 302.

Lukard, —, cattle belonging to, 595, 632, 653, 710.

Luke (city of). See Lucca.

Luke, Sir Walter, justice, 164 (4), 381 B, 580 (p. 234), 643:—g. 202 (13 bis.), 1217 (16), 1417 (5).

Luke, —, a gunner, 279. See Arche, Luke de la.

-, Nich., g. 1417 (5).

Lumley (Lomleye, Lumney), John Lord, 104, 139 i., iv., 580 (5), 1155 (2), 1205–6, 1253, 1469:—App. 16:— g. 1217 (19).

Lumner, Hen., 117.

Lumney. See Lumley.

Lund (Lound), Yorks., g. 519 (1).

Lune. See Line.

Lupton, Roger, D.D., provost of Eton, 834.

Lussher, Wm., g. 202 (7).

Luth. See Louth.

Luther, Martin, 15, 475, 1246.

-, -, letter from, 475.

Lutherans, the, 378, 987.

-, three or four in England arrested, 1250.

Luton, Beds, 870.

Lutterell, Sir And., 580 (pp. 232, 234), 670.

-, Thos., his sig., 915, 1150.

Ly. See Legh.

Lyberton. See Libberton.

Lychefyld. See Lichfield.

Lyghes. See Leighs.

Lygon. See Ligon.

Lykerke, sieur de. See Hannaert, John.

Lylegrave. See Lelegrave.

Lyme Regis (King's Lyme), 908 (2).

Lymerle (qu. Likerke?), Mons., 9 (p. 11).

Lyncolin. See Lincoln.

Lynde, George, g. 202 (9).

-, Thos., serjeant-at-arms, g. 1417 (23).

Lyne, Sir Thos., 580 (p. 234).

Lyngcrofte, Yorks., g. 519 (1).

Lyngham. See Lingham.

Lynne (Lyn), or (Bishops Lynne), Norf., 659, 1260:—g. 202 (27).

-, letter to the town and port of, 908.

-, the "Bell" at, 1260.

-, the King's gaol (Geo. Wharton, keeper of), 1260.

-, le Steward's Hall, g. 202 (27).

Lynsey and Lynsse. See Lindsey.

Lyon, John, rector of Biscathorpe, 827 ii., 968 (p. 390), 972, 975 (ff. 3, 8).

Lyons (Lione), in France, 147 (p. 60), 304, 315, 358 (p. 145), 381 A, 437, 443, 499, 631, 916.

-, letters dated at, 36, 52, 542, 596, 711.

Lyons, alias Holt (q. v.).

Lyonshall (Leonballes), Heref., 412.

Lyppingcot, —, 797.

Lyrtington. See Lartington.

Lysley, lord. See Lisle.

Lytle. See Little.