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'Index: L', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 11: 1601 (1906), pp. 623-629. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111895 Date accessed: 30 September 2014.


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Lacon, Sir Francis, 98, 493.

Lacy, William, 440.

Ladighiera, M. See Desdiguières.

Lake :

Sir John, patentee of the County Clerkship of York, 17, 56, 537.

Mr., 341, 561.

Thomas, letter from, 394.

Lakes, Captain, of Portsmouth, 229.

Lambard :

Francis, letter from, 112.

Mr., death of, petition for his vacant post, 350, 351.

Lambert :

Marks, a Lincolnshire man, 270.

Sir Oliver, 226.

Lambeth (Lambehith), 244, 539.

letters dated at, 6, 20, 407, 494.

Lambeth marsh, a house in, 503.

Lancaster, city of, muster master's place of, 153, 197.

examinations before justices at, 166, 167.

prison of, 234.

parliamentary writs of, expected, 401.

letter dated at, 433.

rectory of, a lease in reversion of, asked for William Funstall, 515.

Lancaster, county of, Roman Catholics in, attitude of, &c., 109, 123, 166, 167, 366.

preachers in, 168, 366.

sheriff of, 166.

undersheriff of, mentioned, 444.

Lancaster, James, Governor General of the E. I. Company, appointment of, 18.

Land, value of, 194.

Lands End, mentioned, 466.

Lane :

John, 387.

—, a captain of horsemen in Staffordshire, connexion with the Earl of Essex, 34.

Sir William, 464, 465.

— question of an appointment to be given to, 224, 257.

Lanfranche, Carlo, letter from, 142.

Langborne, Thomas, servant of the Bishop of Carlisle, 304.

Langford, John, 260.

Langley, John, 34.

Lantado, the. See Castile.

Lanthony, 124, 125, 126.

Lanyer, Alphonso, letter from, 427.

Laredo, Spanish men of war at, 369.

Latten, Mr., 563.

Laughern, one, 82.

Launceston Castle, 349.

Lawley, Mr., 106.

Lawlor, Robert, vicar general of the English pale from the Pope, 98.

Lawns, question concerning custom duties on, 210

Lawson :

Thomas, letter from, 146.

—, mother and uncle of, mentioned, 147.

William, letter to, 146.

Laycocke, John, of Whitecote, Yorks., heir of, a ward, 456.

Layng, Robert, letter from, 530.

Leake, Mrs. Jane, of Fleet Street, harbourer of Catholics, 364.

Ledes, Richard, letter from, 268.

Lee, port of, letter dated at, 309.

embarkation of men at, 309.

Lee (Lea, Le) :

Alderman, 34, 397, 527.

Harry, has left to serve the King of Scots, 85.

Sir Henry, Master of the Ordnance in the Tower, 500, 550, 560.

—, letters from, 9, 52, 58, 110, 156, 282.

—, letter to, 44.

—, attached with gout, 52, 58.

—, brother of, 52.

Sir John, 103.

John, cousin of Sir Henry, 283.

—, letters from, 90, 550.

Mr., son-in-law of the Lord Keeper, 43.

Sir Richard, brother of Sir Henry, sent on a mission to Russia, his movements, &c., 202, 204, 207, 264, 387.

—, letters from, 306, 435, 538.

Rowland, merchant of London, sanity of, certified, 242.

Capt. Thomas, cousin of Sir Henry, 9, 90.

—, letter from, 44.

—, and the Essex Rebellion, 48, 53, 56, 98, 102, 126.

—, wife of, 98.

—, house of and land in Ireland, suit for, 142.

—, execution of, 215, 251.

Tom, visit of, to the Earl of Tyrone, alluded to, 73.

Leek :

Sir Francis, 583.

Jo., J.P. for Surrey, 170.

Leffland. See Livonia.

Legge, Dr., at Cambridge, 119, 223.

Leghorn, 136, 163, 314, 378.

Le Grys (Grice) :

Christopher, of Billingford, Norfolk, heirs of, 455, 456, 462.

Francis, a ward, 455.

Henry, petition for a wardship, 462.

Margaret, petition for wardships, 455, 456.

—, confession of, 462.

William, 462.

Leicester :

Countess of, 80.

Earl of. See Dudley.

Leicester, Francis, 87.

Leichtenstein, Baron Charles, of, Lord High Steward of the Emperor, 513.

Leigh, co. Essex, money allowed to men waiting to embark from, 347.

Leigh ? (Lighe), letter dated at, 497.

Leigh(e) (Lighe, Lee, Lea) :

Captain Charles, 378, 457.

—, letters from, 408, 453.

—, plans for his voyage to the Straits, 408.

Captain Ed., 536.

Henry, letter addressed to, found in the thatch of a house, enquiries, &c., concerning, 277, 303, 304, 309.

Leighton (Laighton, Layghton) :

Sir Thomas, 100.

—, letter from, 551.

Mrs., 279.

Leith, siege of, services at, referred to, 250.

Lello :

Henry, letter from, 188.

Hugh, brother of Henry, 188.

Lennox :

Duke of. See Stuart.

Lady, 276.

—, steward and receiver of the lands of, 27.

Lenton, Edward, letters from, 153, 400.

Leominster (Leomster), Bailiff and Deputy Recorder of, letter from, 114.

Priory at, letter dated at, 114.

Lepton, Mr., 417.

Lesdeguières, Mons. de. See Desdiguières.

Le Sieur, Stephen, letters from, 229, 239, 267, 388.

Leslie (Lesly), William, of Civeildie, 539.

Letchfeild (Leitchfield, Lychfyld, &c.) :

Thomas, 81.

—, examination of, 201.

William, 84.

—, confession and examination of, 81, 201.

Letters, intercepted, referred to, 14.

Letto, Lord Chancellor of, Ambassador of the King of Poland, 347, 434, 435.

Levant Company, merchants of, representation from, 578–581.

Levant Seas, the, alias Middle Earth Seas, 578–580.

English pirates in, an expedition for suppressing, 453.

Levens, Captain Christopher, letters from, 49, 99, 117.

Leveson (Levison, Luson) :

—, brother of Sir John Leveson, a mysterious box opened by, contents of, 404.

Sir John, 423, 441, 449.

—, part taken in suppressing the Essex Rebellion, 31, 32, 59–61.

John, 387.

Sir Richard, Admiral, 170, 319, 332, 333, 490.

—, letters from, 118, 129, 450, 477.

—, departure with his fleet from Plymouth, 489.

—, his engagement with the Spanish off Castle Haven, 526.

Walter, 387.

Levinus, Mr. See Munck.

Lewes :

David, 133.

Francis, of Cornard, Suffolk, petition of, 499.

Thomas, of Hurpton, J.P., Radnorshire, 133.

Lewis :

Dr. Griffith, letter from, 20.

John, of Cardiganshire, 161.

Thomas, 39.

Lewkenor (Lewkener, Lewknore) :

Mr., 396.

Sir Richard, Justice of Chester, 61, 320.

—, letters from, 18, 81, 459, 498.

—, letter to, 320.

Leyster, Francis, 44.

Libels circulated, 132, 156, 321, 379, 550.

Liberties, the Lords of, a dispute connected with, 430.

Lichfield :

one, a Dominican friar, 167.

Richard, 188.

Lichfield, Treasurer of, 4.

Liddisdale, a raid into, restitution of goods, 398, 399.

Liege (Liedg), 356, 372.

powder from, for the camp before Ostend, 380.

Lighe. See Leigh.

Lile :

Mr., 117.

a servant of the Countess of Essex, 251.

Lille, 356.

Lillie, Doctor, Archdeacon of Wilts, 437.

Limauer, George, letters from, 111, 122, 136, 147, 163.

letter to, 171.

Limerick (Limberick), city of, 25, 554.

letter dated at, 145.

reported escape of Teige O'Bryan from, 217.

Mayor of, 94.

—, imprisonment by the Earl of Thomond, 145.

—, the fine imposed upon, 217.

Deputy Mayor of, letter from, 144.

citizens of, Earl of Thomond's ill-treatment of, &c., 144, 145, 217.

—, a delegate from, asks for secret conference with Cecil, 285.

Limerick, county of, list of Undertakers in, 95.

Dean of, weekly entertainment of, 196.

Limerick, John, 44, 87.

Lincoln, 228.

letter dated at, 225.

Bishop of. See Chaderton.

Earl of. See Clinton.

county of, feodaryship of, 204.

—, gentlemen in, a mistake in the furnishing of horses and men by, 439.

—, certain lands and tenements in, 485.

Linewray (Linwray, Lynewraie, &c.), John, in the Ordnance Office, 296, 560.

letters from, 357, 439.

complaint against, 426.

particular services effected in the Office of Ordnance by, 551.

Lingen, Edward, prisoner in the Tower, petition from his mother, 585.

Links, John, master of a vessel, 314.

Linley (Lindley) :

Sir Henry, 86.

—, and Essex's estate, 157.

Captain L., 536.

Lire, 380.

Lisbon (Lishborne, Lysborne, Luxborne, &c.), 7, 54, 74, 115, 118, 120, 143, 144, 314, 390, 394, 429, 510, 527, 568, 577.

naval and military preparations, &c., at, 42, 129, 144, 213, 303, 305, 548.

virulence of the plague at, 369.

Lister, John, letter from, 381.

Littlecote (Lyttecote), co. Wilts, letter dated at, 362.

Little Robin Rydeck,” a nickname, 134.

Littleton (Lyttleton, &c.) :

Sir Edward, 44, 87, 214, 387.

—, his connexion with the Essex Rebellion, 34, 37.

—, sister of, wife of John Lane, 34.

—, letter from, 230.

—, family of, poverty of, 231.

—, wife of, a Devereux, 387.

Humphrey, brother of John, 78.

James, brother of Sir Edward, Keeper of Chartley Park, his connexion with the Essex Rebellion, 34, 128.

John, 44, 69, 78, 90, 214.

—, house of, at Franckeley, seized, 47.

—, wife of, brings a packet of letters to the Sheriff of Worcestershire, 62.

Mr., 103.

Liveries, Surveyor of the, 212.

Liverpool, letters dated at, 193, 467.

relations with Chester, 465, 466, 467.

horse at, awaiting embarcation to Ireland, 473.

Mayors of. See Bird. See Brooke.

Livonia (Leffland, Leyvfland, &c.), 264

progress of the campaign in, &c., 239, 347, 435.

Lizard, the, two Spanish men-of-war reported to be off, 229.

Llandaff :

Bishop of. See Morgan.

Bishopric of, 21, 251.

Llandefalle (Landivathley), co. Brecon, 127.

Llannlyndovey, 379.

Lleweny (Llewenie), letters dated at, 446, 489.

Lloyd (Lloid) :

Evan, 297.

George, Bishop of Man, 271.

Jevan, infant forcibly taken away by, 395.

Sir John, 127.

—, information concerning, 96.

—, quarrel with Sir John Salisbury, 445, 446, 460.

John, 44.

Morgan, an intant, wardship of, 395, 436.

Splaudian, nephew of Lord Lumley, a recovered lunatic, passport desired for, 470.

Thomas, J.P., 93.

Loadstones, 4.

Loakes, Mr., 395.

Loans, raising of, 12.

Lockley, Francis, servant to Lady Lovell, 516.

Lodge, Dr., at Lambert Hill, a patient of, 356.

Lok (Lock(e)) :

Henry, 22, 150, 151, 152, 195, 228, 478, 521, 538.

—, letters from, 85, 273, 331, 369, 371, 378, 383, 391, 505.

—, letters to, 91, 261, 279, 449.

—, concerned in a legal dispute, 383.

—, proposed plan for settling the dispute between, and John Killigrew, 497.

Zachary, letter from, 110.

Lombardy, troops in, 163.

Spanish troops in, disbanded, 158.

London :

the stocks in, 31.

arrangements and levying of men for the defence of, 59.

feodaryship of, 204.

apprentices in prison in connexion with the Essex Rebellion, 270.

Port of, 314.

Aldermen of, 7, 30, 508.

Bishop of. See Bancroft.

Customer of, 580.

Lord Mayor of. See Garrard. See Rider.

—, son of a former, 416.

Lord Mayor and Aldermen of, an order from, 412.

Sheriff of, connexion with the Essex Rebellion, 30.

Recorder of. See Croke.

London and Westminster Places :

Aldersgate (Aldgate), 59.

—, letters dated at, 302, 511.

—, “the Bell” in, letter dated at, 45.

Austin (Austyne, Augustine) Friars, letters dated at, 246, 459, 494.

Bankside, 50.

Barnards' Inn, letter dated at, 159.

Bartholomew fair, 362.

—, Lane, 356.

Baynard's (Bainards) Castle, letters dated at, 240, 409, 470, 517.

Bear Binder Lane, 50.

Bergavenny house, 60.

Bethlehem, Hospital, 470.

Bishop of London's house, letters dated at, 35, 89.

Bishopsgate Street, Sir John Spencer's house in, 88.

Black Bull, the, in Southwark, named as a rendezvous, 216.

Blackfriars, 356.

—, letters dated at, 144, 148, 193, 198, 231, 291, 293, 302, 320, 330, 410, 412, 415, 423, 428, 450, 498, 500, 522, 527.

—, Lord Cobham's house at, 59.

—, —, letter dated at, 114.

—, a minister at, restraint of, 148.

—, parishioners of a church at, 154.

Blackwall, 439, 580.

Bridewell, 507.

—, escape of a prisoner from, 199.

—, apprentices committed to, 270.

Bridge Gate, 59.

Broadstreet, 162.

Canon Row, letter dated at, 29.

Carter Lane, 60.

Cecil House, letter dated at, 342.

—, hangings, &c., for, 397.

—, alterations, &c., 343, 385, 392.

Charing Cross, letter dated at, 393, 404.

Cheapside, 31, 68.

“The Chequer,” near Dowgate, horses seized at, 44.

—, near Charing Cross, 134.

Clarke's Alley on the Bankside, 50.

Coleman Street, 54

the Counter in the Poultry, 93.

—, letters dated at, 35, 530.

Counters, the, prisoners in, 37.

Court, the, Lord Essex's proposition of seizing, 69.

Crosby House, letter dated at, 382.

Crosby Place, in Bishopsgate Street, 88.

Crutched Friars (Chrocit Friers), 147, 314.

Custom house, a clerk of, 177.

Distaff Lane, 57.

Doctors' Commons, letter dated at, 233.

Dowgate, 44.

Drury House, in the Strand, 45, 103.

Duchy House, 404.

Essex House, 96, 97, 100, 106.

Exchange, the, 59, 77.

—, libel found on the stairs of, 156.

Fenchurch Street (Fanchurch), 67, 190.

Fleet, the, 56, 99, 205, 218, 231, 318.

—, letters dated at, 14, 512.

—, prisoners in, 37.

—, Warden of, duties owing to, 121.

Fleet Street, 364.

—, letters dated at, 492, 495.

French Church in, referred to, 193.

Gatehouse, the, prisoners in, 37, 109, 414.

—, letters dated at, 165, 175, 180, 211, 237, 238, 248, 252, 283, 286, 325, 326, 395, 403, 436, 456, 480.

Gracious Street, 39, 67.

Grays (Graies) Inn, 270.

—, letters dated at, 177, 232, 419, 498.

—, the lawyer of, 468.

—, Lane, 46, 124.

Hackney, 381.

—, letters dated at, 411, 501.

Holborn, 54.

—, letters dated at, 442, 486.

—, St. Andrew's, 553.

King's Bench, prison of, letter dated at, 20. And see Queen's Bench.

—, 37.

—, office, a member of the staff of, 364.

Lambeth. See Lambeth.

Lambert Hill, 356, 357.

Leadenhall, 47.

Lime (Lyme) Street, 20, 86, 303.

Lincoln's Inn, 24, 56, 204, 270.

Lombard Street, 31.

Lothbury, letter dated at, 145.

Ludgate, 31, 59 (2), 60.

Marshalsea (Martialsaye, Marshalseas), the, 37, 50, 403.

—, letters dated at, 287, 307.

Milford Lane, 43.

Mincing (Mynsing) Lane, 54.

—, letter dated at, 315.

Minories, the, letter dated at, 500.

Moorgate, 59.

Newgate, 31, 37, 56, 59, 65, 104, 424.

—, keeper of, 66.

Newgate Market, letters dated at, 156, 176, 194.

—, a constable in, brings a libel to the Lord Mayor, 132.

Old Bailey, 70, 380, 381.

—, Constable in the, libel brought by, 321.

Old Change over against Carter Lane end, 30.

Old Fish Street, libel found in, 53.

Paternoster Row, 70.

—, the Seven Stars, a cook's house in, 357.

Paul's Wharf, 134.

Poultry, the, a libel found in, 132.

Prince's Court, the, 553.

Rogue Lane, 356.

Rolls, the, letter dated at, 45.

Rutland House, 40, 392.

St. Clement's, parish of, 108.

St. James, 133.

St. John's Street, letter dated at, 148.

St. Margaret's, parish church of, 588.

St. Martin's, bailiff of, an arrest made by, 402.

—, in the Fields, parishioners of, letter to, 321.

St. Paul's, Cathedral of (Powles), 59.

—, stone bought for the repair of, 362.

—, question of the Dean of Westminster retaining a place in, 355.

—, Dean of, his attitude towards the Dean of Westminster, &c., 407.

— Chain (Poole's Chayne), 33.

—, Churchyard, assembly place for men guarding the city, &c., 52, 59.

— Cross, preachers and preaching at, 30, 55, 76.

St. Peter's, Leadenhall, 47.

Salisbury Court, 142.

Salisbury House near Ivy Bridge, 412.

Savoy, the, 233.

—, letters dated at, 141, 341.

—, letter addressed to, 328.

—, Master of, 521.

—, death of one of the Fellows of, a suitor for the vacant place, 545.

Scotland [Yard], 349.

Serjeants' Inn, letters dated at, 3, 28, 38, 84, 183, 201, 215, 237, 244.

—, Lord Chief Justice's chamber at, 53.

“The Ship,” letter dated at, 268.

Smithfield, letter dated at, 143.

Southampton House, 364, 365.

Southwark, 50, 59, 125.

—, “the Black Bull” in, 216.

Stepney, letters dated at, 268, 269.

Strand, the, 93, 106, 244, 562.

—, letters dated at, 61, 65, 565.

—, Sign of the Lute in, letter addressed to, 280.

—, Earl of Essex's apothecary in, 531.

Temple Bar, 34.

Thames Street, 93.

Three Cranes in the Vintry, 39.

Tower, the, 36, 53, 56, 103, 176, 367, 389, 509, 585.

—, letters dated at, 39, 46, 69, 74, 90, 106, 112, 117, 121, 122, 136, 139, 141, 146, 156, 169 (2), 194, 205, 230, 240, 244, 247, 275, 283, 296, 300, 309, 349, 357, 378, 395, 409, 439, 495, 496.

—, Earl of Essex's proposition of seizing, 69.

—, a plot to deliver the Earl of Essex from, 77.

—, date of Earl of Essex's committal to, 102.

—, Earl of Essex's execution in, 83.

—, petition for prisoners in, 329.

—, keeper of the small guns at, 500.

—, Lieutenant of. See Peyton.

—, Master of the Ordnance in. See Lee, Sir Henry.

—, Treasury of Records in, letter dated at, 351.

Tower Hill, Lord Lumley's house at, letter dated at, 183.

—, H. M.'s storehouse at, letter dated at, 343.

Tungwell St., letter dated at, 391.

Turnagain Lane by Newgate, 357.

Walbrook, letter dated at, 296.

Wardrobe, the, letter dated at, 37.

Whitehall, 134.

—, letter dated at, 502.

—, the Court at, letter dated at, 185.

White Lion, the, 37.

York House, letters dated at, 352, 354, 515.

Longford, Nicholas, fines levied upon, 194.

Longtown, co. Hereford, 125.

Longworth, John, 186.

Loor, Peter Van, letter from, 338.

Lopes :

Baltazar, a Spanish serjeant major, 305.

Ruy, 476.

Lordington (Lordyngton), living of, conspiracy to obtain the, 222.

letter dated at, 222.

Loretto, 172.

Lorraine, 267.

Lough Foyle (Loughfoile), 42, 357, 425, 473–475, 524, 525, 545, 587.

embarkation of troops for, 24.

arrival of soldiers at, 62.

Controller of the Musters at, 340.

the provisioning for, claimed by Liverpool, 466.

Loughe tower” in Scotland, 415.

Louvain (Loveyn, Loven), two English girls kept under restraint at, 222.

Lovelace :

Anne, a maid, Dowager Lady Russell's complaint against, 424, 563.

Sir Richard, 97, 103.

—, letter from, 79.

Lovell :

Captain, part taken in suppressing the Essex Rebellion, and reward given to, 117, 173, 214.

Francis, 142.

Jane, Lady, letter from, 515.

—, a former servant of, 515.

Sir Robert of Lancashire, wardship of the heirs of, 499, 505.

Lover [Loveer], Roger, of Ostend, 78, 79.

Low Countries, the (Netherlands), 49, 74, 78, 103, 162, 294, 315, 548, 550, 558, 569.

campaign in, 53, 54, 220, 221, 248, 255, 256, 303, 353, 354, 451, 452, 458, 459, 461, 522, 523.

employment in, desired, 193, 197 (2), 211, 286, 296, 545, 587.

Italian soldiers for Spanish service in, 7.

reported movements of troops in, 199.

ships for, 329.

Spanish troops for, 42.

Lowe :

John, 357.

Alderman Thomas, 34.

—, letter from, 314.

William, burgess of Bristol, 428.

Lowman, John, letter from, 215.

Lowther (Louther) :

—, an alliance with the Grahams and Carletons, referred to, 235.

Richard, 164.

—, letter from, 515.

—, only daughter of, wife of Thomas Cleyburne, 515.

Mr., Deputy of Lord Scroope, 399.

Lowther, co. Westm., letter dated at, 515.

Loyson, Peter, shipmaster, of Flushing, complaint of and petition for, 509, 576–578.

Lubeck, 347, 514.

a fly-boat of, 453.

a merchant of, appointed by the Queen to transport negroes and blackamoors, 569.

Lucton, letter dated at, 149.

Ludlow, 127.

letter dated at, 461.

Castle of, letters dated at, 18, 82, 395, 499.

Luff(e) :

John, letter from, 552.

Robert, letters from, 128, 552.

Luis, Don. See Carillo.

Lumley :

[John] Lord, letters from, 183, 312, 389, 430, 470.

Lady, letters from, 312, 389, 430.

Lord and Lady, desire to have Sir R. Cecil's son to stay with them, 430.

Lusen. See Leveson.

Luther, Geoffrey, a factor at Venice, 109, 352.

Luxborne. See Lisbon.

Luxemburgh, Italian troops in, 286.

Lyly, John, letter from, 89.

Lyma, report of movements at, 213.

Lyme Regis, co. Dorset, Mayor of. See Bidgood.

Lynewraye. See Linewraye.

Lynn, 254.

Lyons, 122.

news from, 158.

Lysle (Lisle), Captain Fra : letter from, 193.

Lysset, Oliver, an Englishman in Poland, news of, 347.

Lyster, John, 367.

Lyttlecote. See Littlecote

Lytton :

Mr., 54.

William, letter from, 194



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