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'Index: L', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 17: 1605 (1938), pp. 691-697. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112266 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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Lacon, Sir Francis, 500.

Laithwaite, Thomas, 103.

Laighton. See Leighton.

Laithwoode, John, 491.

Lake, Sir Thomas, 29, 72, 77(2), 80, 88, 457, 459, 505, 572, 616, 636.
-, letters from, 13, 15, 16, 19, 20, 22, 30, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 79, 81, 84, 85, 89, 90, 91, 92, 96, 98, 99, 298, 300, 515, 516.
-, letters to, 26, 157.
-, notes by, 60, 299.
-, and reversion of the place of a Baron of the Exchequer, 301.

Lalouie, Count, 19.

Lambert, Captain, a Fleming, 147.
-, Francis, 169.

Lambeth [Surrey], 515.
-, Catsbeys, gunpowder plotters house in, 522.
-, South (Suytlambert), letters dated at, 3, 7, 8, 13, 31, 56, 74, 138, 214, 228, 357, 433, 436.

Lammie, William, 289.

Lancashire, Roman Catholics in, 320, 500, 621.
-, wrecks of wines in, 602.

Lancaster, 321.
-, assizes in, trials of recusants at, 143, 144–145.
-, land tenures in, 218.
-, Duchy of, lands of, 64, 100, 230.
-, -, chancellor of, 352.
-, -, -, letter to, concerning Enfield Chase, 473.
-, -, -, See also Fortescue.

Land, tenures by, 218.

Landauey, Fr., letter from, 469.

Lane, Sir William, 190.
-, -, letters from, 272, 491, 503, 518, 522, 608(4), 609.

Laneham, —, servant of Lord Cobham, 444.

Langeleugh Stanes (Scotland), 635.

Langdale, Mrs. Barbarye, 110.

Langdon, Captain, of Stonehouse, 195.

Langforde, Nicholas, 353.

Langhton (Langton):
-, Dr., physician, 444, 601.
-, Robert, Tower Warder, 644.
-, -, a cutler, 426, 434, 435.

Langley, Mr., letter from, 210.

Languedoc, [France], towns of, 370.
-, outrages in, 439.

Langworthy, Dr., archdeacon of Wells, 74.

Lanier, John, letter from, concerning his son, Nicholas, 297.

Lankaster, alias Willowbye, 626.

Lanman, servant of Lord Cobham, 151.

Lansquenetts, regiment of, 220.

Lardo, Paulo, 337.

Larkine, William, 613.

Lassells, Edmund, letters from, 565, 566.

Latitats, making of, 13.

Launay, Antoine de, 333.

Laurence, Matthew, 507.

Laurencii, Torkelius, King of Poland's shipmaster, 327.

Laus. See Lawes.

Lavale, Ro. de. See Delavale.

Lawes (Laus), Jeromy, a plumber, 275, 593.

Lawley, Thomas, letters from, 486, 510.

Lawson:
-, Sir John, 91.
-, Sir Wilfrid, 87, 237, 308, 344, 359.
-, -, letters from, 151, 160, 191, 201, 238, 239, 240, 289(2), 309, 310.

Layfield, John, letters from, 176, 450.

Laywarde, Jo., letter from, 264.

Lea, letter dated at, 103.

Lead, mining, 430.
-, a suit for, 219.
-, white, a licence to make, 646.

Leather, curriers, an Act of Parliament concerning, 146.
-, customs on, 49.

Ledsham, Mr., of Cheshire, 475.

Lee:
-, Hugh, letter from, 560.
-, Richard, of St. Margaret's, Rochester, 407.
-, Sir Richard, letter from, 91.
-, Sir Robert, letter from, 275.
-, Thomas, 560, 561.
-, -, a chandler, 532.

Leeman, Mrs., 532.

Legg, John, 495.

Legge, Robert, a prisoner, 565.

Leghorn (Legorne, Livorno), 567.
-, letter dated at, 39.

Leicester, letter dated at, 8.

Leicester, Lettice, Countess of, letters from, 609(2).

Leicestershire, gentlemen of, letter from, concerning grievances of ministers, 7.
-, -, letter to, in answer, 165.
-, George Smythe's house Ashbie in, 521.
-, Lord Lieutenant of, 603.

Leigh:
-, Captain, 472.
-, Sir Edward, 529.
-, -, letter from, 503.
-, Sir Henry, 237, 238(2).
-, Sir John, 594.
-, Sir Peter, letter to, 438.

Leighton (Laighton):
-, Sir Thomas, 240.
-, -, letter from, 110.
-, Elizabeth, Lady, letters from, 609, 610(2).
-, Mr., 610.

Leinster (Ireland), 448.

Leitrim (Letram), Baron. See Bourke.

Lello, Mr., letter to, 277.

Lemos, Count of, 228.

Lennox (Lynox), Duke of. See Stuart.

Lenton, Mr., a barrister of Gray's Inn, 627.

Leo, Guglielmus, 167.

Leo XI, Pope, election of, 192.
-, death of, 173.

Lerma, Duke of, 512, 513.
-, at ceremony of peace with England, 288–229.
-, at christening of Infant of Spain, 232–233.

Lesdiguières, 404.

Le Sieur, Stephen, letter from, 135.

Leslie, Patrick, 1st Lord of Lindores, 86.

Letram. See Leitrim.

Leuchtenberg, Landgrave of, 135, 249, 268.

Leuson. See Leveson.

Levan, Sir Melchior, letter from, 610.

Levant, trade with, 467. See also under Trade.
-, Company, the, 428, 566.
-, merchants, petition from, 16–17, 20.

Leven (Scotland), 310.

Leverpoole. See Liverpool.

Leversay, a criminal, 162.

Leveson (Leuson, Lusone, Lewson, Lucons):
-, Sir John, 39, 103.
-, -, letters from, 226, 266.
-, -, and Lord Cobham's affairs, 57, 176, 186, 260, 444, 471, 582, 601, 606, 627.
-, Sir Walter, justice of Wolverhampton, 529, 643.
-, -, son-in-law of the Earl of Nottingham, 347(2).

Levingston, Mr., 20.

Levy, tribe of, 236.

Lewes, David, President of the High Court of Admiralty, 182.

Lewkenor (Lewknor, Lewkner):
-, Sir Edward, 455.
-, Sir Lewis, 209, 287, 397.
-, -, letters to, 394, 441.
-, -, letters from, 399, 407.
-, Sir Richard, 162.

Lewknour, —, 27.

Lewson. See Leveson.

Leyden, University of, 37.

Leyford, Joan, 591.

Libels, Master of the. See Haddon and Caesar.

Libourne (Lyborne, France), 400.

Licences:
-, for transportation of calf-skin, 21.
-, to travel, 239, 300.

Liège (Liegeois) [Belgium] regiments of, 220, 267, 401.
-, Bishop of, 316.

Lichfield (Litchfield) [Staffs.], postal endorsement at, 362.

Lifford (Ireland), 444, 644.

Lighen. See Lingen.

Ligny, Charles de, information concerning, 611.

Lille (Lisle), 498, 557.
-, chatelainie of, 334.

Lilliatt, John, constable of Turvey, 528.

Lillington, (Warw.), Shefford Bridge in, 543.

Lillo, (Netherlands), 198, 211, 284, 285, 337, 366, 401.

Limerick, Bishop of. See Adams.

Limousin (Limosin, France), 564.

Lincoln, letters dated at, 34, 35, 262.

Lincoln, Bishop of. See Chaderton.

Lincoln, Earl of. See Clinton.

Lincolnshire (Linkonsher), 500, 501, 530, 626.
-, knights of, a petition from, 34.

Lindores (Loundores). See Leslie.

Lindsay (Lindesay, Lindsey):
-, Alexander, Lord Spynie, 487.
-, Barnard, 319.
-, David, Bishop of Ross, 487.
-, David, 11th Earl of Crawford, 612.
-, John, Lord Lindsay of Byres, 488.
-, Mr., 470.
-, William, 227, 304.

Linen, a shipment of, 485, 491, 494.

Linewray, Sir John, 107.

Lingen (Linghen, Lighen, Lyngen, Germany), taken by Spinola, 336, 369, 371, 401, 425, 438, 440.
-, the Governor a prisoner, 410.

Linghen. See Lingen.

Linier, Lord, 142.

Linkonsher. See Lincolnshire.

Linlithgow, Earl of. See Livingstone.

Linzy, Sir James, 565.

Lion. See Lyons.

Lions, in the Tower. See under London, places in, the Tower.

Lisagh. See O'Conor.

Lisbon, 67, 163, 562.
-, document dated at, 37.
-, letter dated at, 61.
-, edict published in, 131.
-, information from, 187–189.
-, fleets for the Netherlands from, 234, 252, 254, 322.
-, reported stay of shipping at, 255.
-, consul for English merchants at, 560.

Liskeard (Lyscarde, Cornwall), 489.

Lisle. See Lille.

Lisle, Captain, 605.

Lisle, Viscount. See Sydney.

Lister, —, 501.

Litchfield. See Lichfield.

Lithuanian, a, an outrage upon, 198, 222, 246–247, 256, 268, 279, 282, 315–316.

Lito, James, 167.

Littlecott (Litlecott, Lytlecott), [Wilts], letters dated at, 355, 396, 407, 419.

Littleton (Lyttellton):
-, Captain, 625.
-, Gilbert, 584.
-, John, 584.
-, Steven, a conspirator in Gunpowder Plot, 503.
-, -, apprehension of, 527, 562.
-, -, his house (Holbeach), 527.
-, family of, alliances of, 579.

Liverpool (Leverpoole), 321.

Liviner, Hans, 167.

Livingstone, Alexander, 1st Earl of Linlithgow, 487.
-, Sir William, of Kilsyth (Kilsayt.), 488.

Livnus. See Munck, Levinus.

Livorno. See Leghorn.

Lizard (Lysard, Cornwall), the, 145.

Llanfayse (co. Monmouth), 45.

Llanrothall [Heref.], the Darrein in, 259.

Lloyd, George, Bishop of Chester, 102.
-, -, letters from, 93, 320.
-, Thomas, 555.

Loane, John, a secular priest, 475–476.

Loans, taxation by. See Taxation and Privy Seals for loans.

Lochem (Lochum, Netherlands), 410.

Lodinguist, Joannes, Councillor of the Elector Palatine, letter from, 259.

Logier, Captain, 211.

Lok, Henry, letters from, 12, 319, 612(3).

Lombards, troops of, for Low Countries, 205, 248.

London, 286.
-, letters dated in, 59, 66, 110, 135, 161, 168, 187, 206, 254, 324, 355(2), 375, 413(2), 414, 415, 427, 454, 458, 470, 503, 542, 547, 562, 574.
-, a receipt of a diamond dated in, 92.
-, sea coals for, 126, 133–134, 277.
-, patent for bringing water to, 181.
-, recusants from the North in, 193, 219.
-, the plague in, 206.
-, grant of measurage of woollen cloth and canvas, brought to, 274.
-, city of, records of, 301.
-, cleaning of town ditch, 387, 402.
-, Lord Mayor of, 389, 398, 505.
-, -, letter to, 477.
-, -, and a controversy with Lord Chandos, 245.
-, -, attempts to take possession of Tower ground, 558.
-, -, a cause between the Earl of Derby and, 587.
-, -, appeal of Flemish merchants to, 594.
-, -, See also Low.
-, - and Aldermen of, 181, 387, 402.
-, Aldermen of, 277.
-, sheriffs of, 389, 549, 558, 604.
-, Commissioners of Sewers in, 402.
-, trade of merchants of, compared with the West, 418–419, 453.
-, pestered with people from the north, 446.
-, printers of, a threatened wrong by, to Cambridge printers, 462.
-, Gunpowder plot prisoners sent to, from Warwickshire, 529.
-, alleged plan of Catholics to set up printing presses in, 545.
-, baize transported from, 560.
-, Jesuits in, information concerning, 611.
-, port of, Customs in, 633.
-, Consistory Court of, Principal officers of. See Huicke and Stanhope.
-, Recorder of. See Montague, Sir Henry.

London, Bishop of, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical, 182.
-, -, house of, letter dated at, 25, 58.
-, -, See also Vaughan and Grindall.

London and Westminster, places in;
-, Aldersgate street, 502, 532.
-, Aldgate, the Duke's place by, 545.
-, Arundel House, 500.
-, Austin Friars, letters dated at, 7, 51.
-, Blackfriars (Black Fryers), 38.
-, -, letters dated at, 51, 199.
-, -, Sir Edward Hoby's house in, letters dated at, 103, 335, 492.
-, -, Lord Cobham's house in, 63, 160, 176, 186, 582, 606.
-, Bow Lane, 514.
-, Bread Street, 271, 543.
-, -, the Mighter in, 522.
-, Broad Street, 639.
-, Broken Wharf, 532.
-, Cannon [Channon] Row, letter dated at, 49.
-, Cannon (Canninge) Street, the sign of the Logge in, 358.
-, Carter Lane, the Horns tavern, 522.
-, Chancery Lane, letter dated at, 50.
-, Charing Cross, 426.
-, -, letter dated at, 217, 552.
-, -, the Hermitage (Ermitage) in, letters dated at, 101, 265, 351, 363, 368.
-, Charterhouse, the, letters dated at, 13, 195.
-, Coldharbour, 449.
-, Cranborne House, 4.
-, Cripplegate, letter dated at, 543.
-, Crutched Friars, 577.
-, Customs House, 282, 458.
-, -, letter dated at, 116.
-, Doctors' Commons, letters dated at, 296, 301, 458.
-, Dorset House, letters dated at, 259, 350, 375, 413, 433.
-, Duchy at Strand, 307.
-, Durham House, 426.
-, -, letter dated at, 13, 87.
-, -, the sign of the Gilden Anchor near, letter dated at, 635.
-, Exchange, the, 532, 611.
-, Fetter Lane, 627.
-, Fleet ditch. 181.
-, Fleet prison, 73, 118, 254.
-, -, letters dated from, 241, 264, 472.
-, -, an office in, 48.
-, -, smallpox in, 271.
-, -, warden of, 565.
-, -, Commissioners for relief of prisoners in. See under Commissioners.
-, Fleet (Flete) Street, letter dated in, 32.
-, -, Conduit, the Golden Cross below, 562.
-, -, The Eagle and Child in, 640.
-, Gardners Lane (Westminster), 308.
-, Gatehouse prison, 574, 582, 639.
-, -, letters dated at, 100, 112, 259, 273.
-, -, a lease of, 517.
-, Gray's Inn, 76, 627.
-, -, letters dated at, 190, 209, 265, 287.
-, Gray's Inn Lane, 478.
-, Hogge Lane, 449.
-, Holborn, letters dated at, 56, 65, 153, 411, 511.
-, -, postal endorsements at, 340, 345, 347.
-, -, the Plough inn, 24.
-, -, the Undersheriff's house in, letter dated at, 314.
-, -, the Red Lion in, 520.
-, Hosyer Lane, 626.
-, Ivybridge [Strand], 288, 541.
-, Knockfergus tenements, 449.
-, Leaden Hall Street, the Black Lyon in, 523.
-, Lime Street, letter dated at, 244.
-, London Bridge, the White Bear inn on, 24.
-, London House, letter dated at, 531.
-, Ludgate, 476.
-, Marshalsea, 5.
-, -, letter dated in, 456.
-, Milford Lane, 640.
-, Minories, the, 387, 514.
-, Montagu House, 500.
-, Newgate Prison, 71, 389, 582, 611.
-, -, Sessions House of, letter dated at, 277.
-, Old Bailey, the, Black Boy in, 532.
-, Parliament, Houses of. See Commons and Lords.
-, Paul's Chain (Powleschaine), the Pole Hedd in, 522.
-, Philip Lane. Lord Zouche's house in, letters dated from, 1, 96, 102, 140, 474.
-, Ratcliff, 449.
-, St. Bartholomew in Smithfield, 114.
-, St. Catherine's, 514.
-, St. Clement's parish, 527.
-, St. Clement Danes, 307.
-, -, parish of, presentment of parson, etc., concerning recusants in, 176.
-, St. Dunstan's, 580.
-, St. Giles-in-the-fields, letter dated at, 479.
-, St. Margaret's parish, 307.
-, St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, 307, 567.
-, St. Paul's, 611.
-, -, Bishop of London's house near, letter dated at, 506.
-, -, a residencer's place in, application for, 613.
-, -, a prebend in, 580.
-, -, Dean of, 183, 224, 583.
-, St. Paul's Churchyard, the scriveners in, 462.
-, St. Sepulchre's without Newgate, alderman's deputy, common council, churchwardens and ancient inhabitants of, letter from, 612.
-, St. Sepulchre's Churchyard, 532.
-, Salisbury House, 226, 288, 329, 383.
-, -, letters dated at, 206, 359, 384, 426, 435.
-, Savoy, the, 307.
-, Seething Lane, 549.
-, Serjeants' Inn, letters dated at, 32, 40, 143, 162, 242, 274, 281, 450, 533, 551, 565.
-, Shoe Lane, 532.
-, Smithfield, the Swan in, 500.
-, -, East, 448, 449.
-, Somerset House, 441, 640.
-, -, letter dated at, 520.
-, Stephen's Ally, in Westminster, 625.
-, Strand, the, 514.
-, -, letter dated at, 10, 97, 256, 339, 381.
-, -, the sign of the Crown near Lord Salisbury's house in, 322.
-, -, the White Hart in, 541.
-, Strand Bridge, 551.
-, Temple, the, letter dated at, 272.
-, -, Inner, 505, 528.
-, -, Middle, 162.
-, Temple Hall, 162.
-, Temple stairs, 506.
-, Temple Garden, 527.
-, Temple Bar, 611.
-, Thames Street, the Old Swan in, 25.
-, Tower, the, 120, 265, 292, 478, 506, 509, 585, 588.
-, -, letters dated at, 15, 39, 47, 57, 83, 102, 116, 117, 136, 151, 159, 160, 161, 213(2), 214, 241, 242, 261, 318, 341, 345, 346, 347, 356, 358, 364, 376(2), 379, 385, 388, 398(2), 403, 449, 479, 514, 518, 548.
-, -, postal endorsements at, 340, 341, 345, 347.
-, -, the Chancellor of Scotland to visit, 14, 600.
-, -, exhibits to be shown to foreigners, 39.
-, -, lions in, 77, 121, 600.
-, -, -, young cubs born and reared in, 80–81, 84, 88, 339, 340, 341, 345–347, 356, 364, 376(2), 378, 385, 397, 398, 402.
-, -, -, keeper of. See Gill.
-, -, the ditch to be cleaned, 181, 387–388, 402.
-, -, position of physician in the, 324.
-, -, prisoners in, state of, 377– 378, 388.
-, -, -, access allowed to, 443, 444, 644.
-, -, the brick tower in, 514.
-, -, the Constable Tower in, 514, 598.
-, -, a prison for the nobility, 535.
-, -, an attempt by the Lord Mayor to take possession of grounds of, 557.
-, -, the Spanish Ambassador to visit, 571, 600.
-, -, misdemeanours in, 573.
-, -, warders of, names of, 644.
-, -, the sign of the Fleur de Lys near, 611.
-, -, Lieutenant of, 241, 646.
-, -, -, application for position of, 242, 358.
-, -, -, appointment of Sir William Waad, 360, 368, 375(2), 376.
-, -, -, See also Peyton, Harvey and Waad.
-, Tower Hill, 398, 449, 514.
-, -, letters dated at, 171, 433.
-, Tower Street, 626.
-, Trinity House in, 338.
-, Whitehall (Whythall): 299, 419, 465, 471.
-, -, letters dated at, 9, 14, 39, 63, 73, 288, 445, 482, 488, 505, 506, 559.
-, -, warrant dated at, 524.
-, -, deposition at, 82.
-, -, the Council Chamber at, 455.
-, Wood Street, the Counter in, letter dated at, 550.
-, York House, 135.
-, -, letters dated at, 340, 345, 356, 382.

Longe Hieroke, 574.

Loor, Mr. Van, 236.

Lords, House of, 146.

Lorraine, Duke of, 342, 425.

Lotteries, 338, 374, 423–424, 613.

Loughfoyle (Ireland), 362.

Louth (Lowthe) [Lincoln], 34, 65.

Louvain, 204.

Love, John, 528.

Lovell, Jane, Lady, 499, 501, 502, 610.
-, -, letters from, 613, 614.

Low (Lowe):
-, John, 613.
-, Thomas, Lord Mayor of London, letter from, 206.

Low Countries. See Netherlands.

Lowndhall, letter dated at, 544.

Lowthe. See Louth.

Lowther, Sir Richard, 120.

Lubeck (Lubec), letters dated at, 209, 485, 495.
-, ships of (Lubickers), 237.

Lucas, —, 270.

Lucombe, Mr., 120.

Lucons. See Leveson.

Ludham (Norfolk), letter dated at, 222.

Ludlow (Salop), 194.
-, Castle, letter dated at, 466.
-, examinations at, 45.

Luffwick, 626.

Lumley, [John], Lord, letters from, 171, 374, 433.
-, -, an annuity to, 433.
-, Lady, 433(2).

Luna, Don Alonsa de, 401.

Lund:
-, Ann and John, recusants, 396, 397.

Luson, Lusone. See Leveson.

Lutheran, Spanish name for Englishmen, 163.
-, the Ambassador in Spain reported to be, 302.

Luxembourg, 220, 248, 370.

L'Vines. See Munck, Levinus.

Lyborne. See Libourne.

Lydney [Glos.], letter dated at, 315.

Lyle. See Lisle.

Lylly, Mr., 605.

Lyngen. See Lingen.

Lynn. See King's Lynn.

Lynox. See Lennox.

Lyon, Patrick, 9th Lord Glamis, letter from, 446.

Lyons (Lion), 7.

Lysard. See Lizard.

Lyscard. See Liskeard.

Lytlecott. See Littlecott.

Lytler, John, Mayor of Chester, letter from, 485.

Lytton, Sir Rowland, deputy lieutenant for Hertfordshire, 437.
-, -, letter signed by, 438.

Lyttellton. See Littleton.

Lytuania. See Lithuania.



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