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'Index: L', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 1: 1556-1696 (1868), pp. 621-626. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79500 Date accessed: 28 November 2014.


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Lace, fine point and Flanders, 60, 164.

-, out of the St. Peter, prize, 499.

Lace-woman, the Queen's, 60.

Lacy, Robert, “a clipper of note,” his refusal to “discover,” depending on a reprieve, 234.

-, -, his confederates would rather pay than be discovered, 234.

-, -, reprieved without confessing, 234.

Lady Alley, in Westminster, 4.

Lahardane, 425.

Lamb, Mr., the contractor, memorial of, 517 (2).

Lambe, Patrick, victualling hospitals in the Low Countries, &c., 482 (2), 534 (2).

-, -, petition of, 568.

Lambhay, the, see Plymouth.

Lambourne, condemned for clipping in 1688, 234.

Lamplugh, Dr., late Bishop of Exeter, 341.

Lancashire, 305, 309.

-, a treasonable design in, 500, 501.

Lancaster, 334, 351.

-, the duchy of, 21, 151, 398.

-, the Chancellor of the duchy of, 21 (2), 22, 170.

-, the liberty of the duchy of, 257.

-, merchants of, (Customs), 355.

-, money for customs not remitted for lack of opportunity, 495.

-, rebels in, 178.

Lancing, Sussex, 537.

Land bank, the, 524 (2).

-, the national, the Comrs for the 525 (9).

-, -, memorial of, &c., 547 (2).

-, -, without hope of receiving any more subscriptions at 5 per cent., 525.

-, -, further allowance asked, 525.

-, -, their opinion as to its success, 525.

-, -, account of the charges of, 547.

-, building, 7s. 6d. per foot [frontage], 352.

-, the value of, 181, 293.

-, revenue, 334, 447.

-, arrears of, 447, 448.

-, -, receiver of, 389.

-, surveyors (Customs), 396.

-, tax, 348, 391, 393, 418, 512, 519, 542, 547.

-, new, 420.

-, concerning payment from, to the officers of customs, 237.

-, encroached, 23.

-, service, 500.

-, and sea service, 147.

Landen, mention of the battle of, 382, 396, 414, 415, 447, 478.

Landing or land waiters (Customs), 62, 72, 127 (3), 142 (2), 417.

-, -, examination of, as to their qualifications, 63.

-, -, surveyors of, 59.

Lane, Captain, 351.

-, Mr., 117.

-, Sir George, clerk of the House of Lords, 5.

-, Sir Thomas, alderman and late sheriff of London, and another (clippings, &c. at the Old Bailey), petition of, 557.

-, Thomas, Esq., arrears of his father's pension, petition of, 438.

Lanesborough, the Lord, 229.

-, Lord, the estate of, in Ireland, petition, &c., 324, 439.

Lanesboro', James, Viscount, (aliens' duties), 264, 265, 274.

Langford, Samuel, Esq., at the Treasury chambers, 83, 90, 91 (3), 124.

Langhorne, Richard, of the Temple, executed for high treason, 10 (2).

Langhton, Mr., deputy to the vice-admiral of Lincoln, 366.

Langley, Thomas, of Harwich, 119 (2).

-, -, searcher of the port of Ipswich, petition of, 41.

Langston, Col., the regiment of, 180, 227, 396

-, Col. Francis, the regiment of, 247.

Languard Fort, 287, 291, 386.

Lansdowne, Lord, envoy in Spain, 33.

La Plaine, Mr., 551.

La Ranomee (ship), of Bordeaux, 169.

Lascelles, Mr. Richard, assignee of Sir Joseph Herne, 399.

Lasonby, the manor of, 442.

Lassaigne, Mons., governor of Drogheda, deceased, the allowance of, 505.

Latham, Mr., 87 (2).

-, John, a corporal, petition of, 360.

Latimer, the Lord, 19.

Latin wire, 293.

Launceston, the castle of, 95.

-, the gaol broken, and the men and women together, 95.

-, -, constable of, 163.

-, -, repair of, by “the patentees,” 163.

Lavie, John, a French refugee, imprisoned, petition of, 265.

Lawford, Edward, 366.

Lawley, Sir Francis, 177.

Lawrence, Andrew, Esq., 153 (2).

-, Daniel, a King's waiter in the port of London, petition of, 173.

-, Nicholas, master of the ketch Salisbury, 197.

-, Sir Thomas, 456.

-, -, lately sailed [from Maryland], 409.

Laws, 418.

-, penal, 94.

Lawson, Robert, of Lancaster, merchant, 351.

Lawther, M. le Chevalier Jean, 115.

Laycock, letter dated at, 177.

-, Lieut. Martin, of Lieut.-General Douglas' regiment, wounded at Limerick, &c., 201.

-, petition of, for his pay, 208.

-, -, the cost of his wounds, &c., 227, 228.

-, -, commanded to Ireland, petition of, 228.

Laycock, Walter, 207.

-, -, surveyor [general] of woods north of Trent, 389, 390.

-, William, 170.

Lea, the value of the lordship of, 302.

Lead, 98, 165, 568.

-, mines, 242, 252.

-, shipments of, 113, 233, 246.

-, supplied to the French, 282.

-, supplied from York, 509.

Leadenhall Street, 421.

Leases of crown lands, enrolment of, 269.

-, fines on renewal of, 427.

-, forfeited, 509.

Leasson, John, an alphabet-keeper (Post Office), petition of, 200.

Leathes, Josiah, master of a ship, 572.

Lecaan, John, late physician to “the Hospital” in Ireland, petition of, 222.

Lechmere, [B.], 42, 43.

Lecture, as to the establishment of a, 417.

Lee, Capt. John, of Col. Purcell's regiment, petition of, 212.

-, William, late under-sheriff of Northampton, petition of, 451.

Leece, James, (Ordnance), 317.

Leeds, 100.

-, Thomas, Duke of, 416, 524.

Leeson, [ ], 351.

-, Mr. fled from Dublin, 57.

Leeward Islands, 11, 14 (2).

-, the revenue of, farmed, 13.

-, Caribbee Islands, 136.

-, -, mention of, 14, 20, 137, 142, 147, 193 (4), 248 (2), 257, 259, 285, 347, 438, 439, 444, 450, 477, 519, 549.

-, -, the 4½ per cent. out of the revenue of, 438, 439.

-, -, the governor's salary, 439.

-, -, the Comrs of the, 489 (3).

-, the commander-in-chief of the, 285.

-, a great mortality at, 245.

-, no goods at, 193.

-, ships about to sail for, 444.

Le Febre, Daniel, a guardian of children of Peter Monamy, petition of, 565.

Legg, Capt. Richard, 120.

-, Col., afterwards Lord Dartmouth, see Dartmouth.

-, William, Esq., in confinement at Carlisle, and so not paid when King Charles the Second's servants were, petition of, 215.

-, Mr. William, superintendent of the gardens of the Crown, 373.

Leghorn, mention of, 233, 316, 431, 488, 536.

-, the consul at, 550.

Leicester, the New Work near, the master and assistants of the hospital in, 21.

-, hospital, salary and fee of the master, 21.

-, co., 151.

-, 367 (2), 369, 389.

-, the recorder of, 374.

-, the Earl of, grant of lands in Wales to, 438.

Leigh, 556.

-, Col. Edw., petition of, 272.

-, Col., 511.

-, Edward, Esq., brother of Margaret Leigh, 150.

-, Jonathan, apothecary, 488.

-, Margaret, of Westwood, co. Southampton, spinster, 150.

Leinster, the Duke of, 308.

-, -, his regiment stopped on the river till the provisions were spent, 206.

-, -, [general of their Majesties' forces], 236, 239.

-, -, his disbursements in Ireland when secretary to his father, 239.

-, -, in Flanders, 326.

Leith, 203, 204, 258, 264.

Lenthal, Heritage, merchant, and others, petition of, 98.

Lenton [ ], 134.

Lesly, Sir James, the regiment of, 402.

Leth[i]eulier, Sir Chr., petition of, 125.

-, -, Kt., sheriff of London and Middlesex, 216.

Letters patent, 4, 5.

Levant Seas, merchants trading to the, petition of, 191.

Leveson, Brigadier, 333.

-, -, petition of, 359.

Levett or Levet, Sir Richard, sheriff of London and Middlesex, 536 (2), 537, 539, 551.

Levinge, Sir Richard, solicitor-general for Ireland, 302, 303, 304, 330, 342, 352, 355, 370, 391, 395, 405, 425, 439.

-, Sir Richard, 544.

-, -, petitions for the estate of Walter Tinte, 556.

-, -, had been speaker of the Irish House of Commons, 557.

-, -, counsel to the Comrs of Revenue, Ireland (late solicitor-general), 471.

Levingston, Lieut. John, 241.

-, -, kept by want of money from going to Flanders, petition of, 241.

-, Robert, of New York, 484.

Levinz [? Levinge], Sir Richard, 489.

Levison or Leveson, Brigadier, pay of, memorial of, 294, 433.

Levy money, 150, 197, 200, 429, 434.

Lewen, William, merchant of London, and another (Customs), petition of, 559.

Lewis, Mrs., 427.

-, Tertullian, 422.

Ley, William, Esq., uncle of the Earl of Marlborough, 12.

Lexington, Lord, 42.

-, -, at Vienna, 393.

Liberty, the dogger called the, 66.

Library, erection of, scheme for, without charge to the Queen, 1.

Libraries, destruction of notable, 1.

Licences refused, 125, 162.

Lichfield, the Bishop of, detains a pension, 311.

Lidd, 148 (2).

Liege, arms bought at, 411.

Lieutenants, payments to, 2.

Lightbourn, James, vice-chamberlain, the roof of the Exchequer Court at Chester fell down when he was sitting, 113.

Lightermen, list of the names of, for the wharves about the Custom house, London, 235.

Lillingston, Capt. Jarvace, 409.

-, Col., the regiment of, &c., 326, 370, 410, 459,

-, -, memorials of, 390, 398, 401, 409.

-, -, Luke, 357, 359, 412.

-, -, his brother's arrears, memorial, &c., 393, 394 (3).

-, -, reports on shoes and stockings for Jamaica, 398.

-, -, reports in favour of caps, 407.

-, -, commander-in-chief of the detachment for Jamaica, memorial of, &c., 407, 409, 502.

Limerick, 153, 326, 337, 379.

-, the storming the city of, &c., 188, 201.

-, the siege of, 261, 414, 430.

-, the capitulation or surrender of, 248, 272, 273, 367, 478, 499.

-, horses lost at the suprising the cannon there, 359.

-, articles of, 500, 565.

-, the Earl of, 332, 540.

Lincoln, city, 125.

-, the county, 130, 201, 373 (2), 389, 464, 532.

-, the vice-admiral of, 366.

-, Dr. William, 465.

Linen, 121, 191.

-, cloth, 391.

-, flaxen, heyden and hempen, 309.

-, German, 309, 446.

-, imposition, 393.

-, Polonian and Prussian, 309.

-, Russian, 532.

Lisapooka, land in, 566.

Lisbon, letters from, 282, 336.

Liskerd, 26.

-, the manor of, (Duchy of Cornwall,) 261.

Lisle, Carell de, petition of, 79.

-, Mr. Thomas, one of the King's barbers, 10.

Lismore, 220.

Lisnaskey, 568.

Lithered, Mr. John, memorial of, accuses Mr. Hough with tampering with divers persons (Customs), 195.

-, -, also accuses him of making known his (Lithered's) business to the French, 195, 196, 197 (2).

-, Mr. John, and his company seized in France, 197.

-, the wife of Mr. John, abused by the mob and her clothes and flesh torn, saying that her husband was gone to France to sell us, 195.

Lithieulier, Sir John, Kt., merchant of London, petition of, 187.

Little, Joseph, petition of, 71 (2).

Littleton, Sir Charles, a prisoner in the Tower, 219.

-, -, since served in Ireland, 219.

-, -, turned out of employ for being a Protestant, 219.

-, Sir Thomas, Bart., 373.

Liveries to servants and others, 432 (3), 487.

Liverpool, and the port of, 47 (4), 52 (2), 55, 57, 71, 77, 85, 91, 117, 136, 137, 142 (2), 165, 173, 197, 403, 423, 514.

-, a member of the port of Chester, 126 (2).

-, officers of the port of, accused for misdemeanour, 145, 157, 158.

-, muster master at, 530.

Livier, du, a French banker in London, 298.

Lloyd, Bevis, Esq., 221 (2).

-, -, Mr., receiver of South Wales, his suspension, 292, 293 (2).

-, Captain, 523.

-, Col., 334.

-, Col. Edw., the regiment of, 327, 392.

-, Edward, 350.

-, Sir Evan, constable of Hardleigh Castle, 194.

-, Col. Godfrey, the regiment of, 274, 384, 450.

-, John, of London, merchant, 244.

-, Margaret, widow, 314.

-, Mr., or Thomas, paymaster of works, 135, 183.

Loans, 84, 287, 340, 445, 452, 457, 461, 473, 480, 518 (2), 519 (2), 531, 568.

-, advanced, 250.

-, tallies of, 426.

-, on low wines, 517, 535.

Loch Ryan, 74.

Locke, John, a Comr of Appeals, 522.

Lodington, Mr., [agent?], at Tripoli, 483.

Lofting, John, of London, merchant, petition of, 146.

London, mention of, 3 (2), 26, 35 (2), 36, 57, 60 (2), 61, 72, 77, 78, 80, 83, 85 (2), 88, 94, 102, 113, 114, 121, 126, 139, 141 (2), 142 (2), 143, 155, 157, 159, 160 (2), 161, 166, 173, 176, 177, 178, 179, 186, 187, 188, 195, 196 (2), 199, 207, 216, 226, 227, 235, 238, 250 (2), 260, 261 (2), 264, 288 (2), 294, 297, 298, 302, 307, 309, 312, 314, 320, 321, 323, 325 (2), 333, 334, 336, 338, 343 (2), 349, 357, 360, 361, 363, 366, 380, 383, 389, 395, 399 (2), 413, 417 (2), 419, 420, 440, 446, 453 (2), 460, 461, 462, 465, 467, 472, 482 (2), 483, 486, 496, 510, 517, 521, 526, 527, 528 (3), 529, 531, 535, 536, 546 (3), 551, 554, 560, 569, 572.

-, citizens of, 84.

-, (Customs), petty customer of the port of, 65.

-, -, 200 tidesmen to be established in, 477.

-, -, receiver of, 288.

-, -, the office of surveyor of lesser customs, &c., 438 (2).

-, -, duty, 507.

-, merchants of, petition of divers, (Customs), 565.

-, excise, supervisors and gaugers of, 58.

-, ground rents, &c. in, 10.

-, the lord mayor and recorder of, 298, 305.

-, -, of London, 370 (3), 441, 491.

-, merchants of the city of, 3, 51.

-, -, trading to Greenland, 326

-, -, -, to the East Indies, 539.

-, Queen Street, 10.

-, the port of, the several officers of the, deprived of fees and perquisites, petition of, 424.

-, the port of, silver and bullion entered at the Custom house, 455.

-, -, the five patent searchers, petition of, 141.

-, the sheriff of, 160.

-, the sheriffs of, their seizure of clippings, their insolence, &c., 299.

-, -, dispute about clippings, 436, 536, 537.

-, surveyor of the port of, 39.

-, the Tower of, the lieutenant of, 273.

-, -, mint in, 482, 571.

-, -, silver coined there, 559.

-, -, estimate for buildings there, 571.

-, -, the Martin tower there, 504.

-, -, the prisoners there, 380, 402.

-, trustees for the city of, grants to, 254.

-, under searchers (five), 44.

-, wharfingers of the established quays inconvenienced by the impresting their men, 235.

-, the wharves, quays, &c. there, 137 (2).

-, and Middlesex, the sheriffs of, claim to fines on clippers, 444, 573.

-, and Westminster, consume as much flesh as all the rest of England, 152.

-, their Majesties' ship, 349.

London, Henry, Bishop of, 118, 236 (2), 396, 470.

Londonderry, 41, 93 (2), 119, 153, 262, 313 (2), 375, 415.

-, searcher of, 165.

-, the governor of, 42.

-, the city, &c. much destroyed, 182.

-, the mayor, &c., petition of, 182.

-, losses sustained in the defence of, 182.

-, three distressed widows from, petition of, their sufferings at the siege, they eat cats and dogs, their husbands killed, 209.

-, deplorable condition of the owners of vessels employed in the first expedition to, 231.

-, prevented from falling into the hands of the Irish, 262.

-, officers, 286.

-, the river of, 299.

-, siege of, 152, 188, 314, 322, 375, 415, 496.

-, the deanery of, sequestrated, 375.

-, the profits of the deanery, 415.

-, the port of, 243 (3).

Long, Richard, master of a ship, petition of, 306.

Longford, the Countess of, 462.

-, Lord, 462.

-, the Earl of, a Comr for forfeitures of the rebels of Ireland, petition of, 191.

-, -, empowered to seize goods to the value of 30,000l., 497.

-, and Granard, the Earl of, 262.

-, -, ill treated by the Irish, 263.

-, fortifications of, 350.

Longuevile, Peter, merchant, petition of, 139.

-, or Longevile, Viscount, 335, 457.

Longwood (Ireland), lands in, 479 (3).

Loo, letters dated at, 512, 542 (2), 547, 548.

Lopez, Andrew, of London, merchant, 199.

Lord, Robert, shoemaker (army clothing), 216, 241, 297.

Lordes, James, and other Portugal merchants, petition of, 70.

Lords, the House of, 5, 222, 484 (2).

-, justices, see Justices and Ireland.

-, lieutenant, list of, 567.

-, -, see Ireland.

Lorrimer, Alexander, petition of, 365.

Lostwithiel, the incumbent of, 8.

-, the town of, 18 (2), 19, 26, 30.

-, exchequer at, burnt, 17.

Lotteries, Royal Oak, 415.

Lottery tickets, 374.

Lowndes, William, Esq. (variously spelt), 8, 63, 68, 132, 149, 177, 178, 187, 218, 262 (2), 265, 277, 280, 292, 307, 341, 344, 376, 381, 386, 387, 389 (2), 405, 418, 419, 425, 428, 430, 434.

Lowndes, William [secretary of the Treasury], 442 (2), 445, 447, 448, 449, 452, 454 (2), 456 (2), 459, 464 (2), 470, 471, 472, 475, 484, 486, 487, 491, 495, 496, 497, 504, 505, 507, 511, 512 (2), 513, 514, 515, 516, 517 (2), 518, 519, 520, 522, 524, 526 (2), 531, 532 (2), 533, 534, 535, 536, 541 (2), 542 (3), 545, 546, 547, 548 (2), 549 (2), 550, 551, 553, 554 (2), 555, 556 (2), 560 (4), 561, 564 (2), 565, 566 (2), 572, 573.

-, -, Mr. Francis Babe's letter to him, 475.

Louvois, Mons., French secretary of State, 298.

Loveing, William, Esq., 328.

Lovelace, J., 226.

-, Lord, 311.

-, -, his regiment, 89, 153, 312.

Lovett or Lovet, John, late of Dublin, petitions of, 60, 67, 77.

Low Countries, 406.

Low, John, Esq., 21.

-, -, his grandfather, father and uncles, 22.

Lower, Barbara, a native of Holland, wife of Captain William Lower, petition of, 392.

-, Dr., 218.

Lowther, Sir John, Bart, 196, 198.

-, Luke, alderman of Dublin, 96.

Lubbocke, Samuel, landwaiter of customs at Bristol, petition of, 411.

Lucan, the manor of, Ireland, 308.

-, Ireland, 405, 406.

-, Lord, 246, 248.

-, -, alias Sarsfield, sent goods (freight free) by transport ships, which were seized, and embezzled by men-of-war, 273.

-, the Earl of, charged with entering on the property of Charlotte Sarsfield and forfeiting it, 455.

Lucas, Lord, 517.

-, Robert, Lord, chief governor of the Tower of London, 380, 504.

-, -, -, desires money for the prisoners, 402.

Lucia, St., expedition of, 13.

Ludlow Castle, wardrobe keeper, 479, 480.

Ludolfe, Mr., 54.

Lumley, Brigadier, the regiment of, 407, 487.

-, Richard and William, sons of the Earl of Scarborough, 438.

Lumly, Col., the regiment of, 286.

Lunenburg, 375.

Lusom [Lewisham], 261.

Lustring Company, memorial of, &c., 456, 457 (2), 463 (2).

Lute strings, alamode, 49.

Luton, 251.

Luttichaw, the Baron de, petition of, 346.

Luttrell or Lutterel, Colonel Francis, 157, 158, 160 (2).

-, -, petition of, 168.

-, Col. Henry, petition of, &c., 512, 522.

-, -, -, grant to, 532.

-, -, the pension of, 384.

-, -, his brother's estate, 522.

-, Col. Simon, 512, 532, 533.

Lutwyche, Edeth, or Mrs, 345, 362.

-, -, petition of, 359.

-, -, her husband's barbarous usage, 362.

-, -, “the witnesses and managers” had tyrannized over her husband, petitions for the 200 th part of the Popish estates, &c., 420.

Lydd or Lidd (Kent), 232, 237.

Lyddall, William, son of Sir Richard, a Russian merchant, had been governor of Hudson's Bay, and had served in the navy, petition of, 215.

Lyme, the port of, 112, 183, 205, 310.

-, Mr. Oliver, controller of the port of Chester, petition of, &c., 145, 157, 165 (2).

-, -, -, the frauds, &c. of, 126.

-, -, -, controller of the port of Liverpool, seals the public despatches at home, which ought to be done in open Custom house, &c., 136, 145.

Lyndhurst, letter dated at, 383.

Lyne, Will., searcher in the port of Southampton, 104.

Lynn Regis, the port of, 144, 195, 573.

-, customer and controller for, 35.

Lyon, the ship, 335 (2), 336 (3).

-, -, demand for services of, 457 (2), 549.

Lyons, Daniel, merchant, petition of (goods seized), 549.

Lytcott, Giles, Esq., controller general of accounts of customs, petition of, 36.

-, controller general (Customs), 149.



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