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'Index of persons and Places: L', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 14: 1698-1699 (1934), pp. 482-490. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=83031 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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La Basoche. See Basoche.

La Bastide. See Bastide.

La Boisonade. See Boisonade.

La Boulay. See Boulay.

La Brosse Fortin. See Brosse Fortin.

La Brousse. See Brousse.

La Catharie. See Catharie.

Lacey, Thomas, forfeited lands of, 263.

La Chancellerie. See Chancellerie.

Lackan, Leaghan in Offin, co. Mayo, 352.

Lackericonnka, Kilconnell barony, co. Galway, 334.

Lackford, co. Suffolk, hundred of, 341.

La Clide. See Clide.

La Cloche. See Cloche.

La Coudriere. See Coudriere.

Ladd, Thomas, master of the John, 146.

La Fausille. See Fausille.

La Garde. See Garde.

Lagnavaddoge. See Logmadog.

Lahardaun. See Leheidane.

Laine, —, pension for, 142.

Lamar (La Mar), —, concerning Mrs. Zouch's loan, 54, 55.

-, -, Mrs., 55.

La Maugere. See Maugere.

Lambart, Castilina, Countess of Cavan, payment for education of her youngest son, 88, 91.

Lambe, Patrick, account of the hospitals in Flanders and the Low Countries, 340, 381.

Lambert, Thomas, overpayment on wines, 359.

Lambeth, co. Surrey, Princes Meadows and houses in, 338.

La Meloniere. See Meloniere.

Lamerie (De la Merie), —, Reformed captain, petition of, 179.

Laming, Roger, importing silks and lace, 379.

La Mothe. See Mothe.

La Moulin. See Moulin.

Lamy, —, pension for, 141.

La Nalve. See Nalve.

Lancashire, —, 37, 38.

Lancaster, county of, Crown land revenues, 67, 273; pensions payable out of, 73, 92; Receiver General of. See Hart, R.; Tilson, C.
-, Deputy Clerk of the Crown for. See Hornby, E.
-, messengers of, persons to be sworn as, 273.
-, Lord Preston's estate in, 273.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Kent, W.
-, recruits raised in, 331.

Lancaster, duchy of, Crown land revenues, 273; Receiver General of. See Tilson, C.
-, messengers of, persons to be sworn as, 273.

Lancaster, co. Lancaster, 242; Customs officers, 402; surveyor of. See Anderson, C.; Strangewaies, J.

Lancaster, Thomas, fined for exporting wool, 50, 268.

Lancing, co. Sussex, 348.

Landen, Flanders, officers killed at, 246, 247, 248, 312.

Landguard Fort, co. Suffolk, garrison of, 415.

Land's End, co. Cornwall, 129, 131.

Lane, —, ship seized by, 406.

-, James, 2nd Viscount Lanesborough, discharge of quit rent arrears, Ireland, 57, 273, 346.

Lanesborough, Viscount. See Lane, J.

Lang (Lange), —, pension for, 142.

-, Michael, captain, a Dane, 52; informations against pretended Swedish fleet, 138, 248, 377; petition of, 47, 60, 63; reward for, 63, 90, 138, 377.

Langdon, Roger, preventive officer, Par, 131.

-, Thomas, boatman, Starcross, 130.

Lange. See Lang.

Langford, Henry, of Dublin, a Commissioner of Forfeitures, Ireland, 350.

Langham, co. Rutland, 421.

Langham, Thomas, discharge from contract with Prizes Commissioners for ship La Towne de Victorie, 132.

Langhurst, [in Limpsfield], co. Surrey, 419.

Langley, Langly, co. Hertford, 423.

Langley, Sir Roger, a late Commissioner for Prizes, 67.

Langly. See Langley.

Langston, [Thomas], regiment of, 247.

Langton, William, expenditure for business of Exchequer Bills, 121.

Lanham, Elizabeth, pension or allowance of, 377.

Lanier (Lencare), Sir John, regiment of, 270, 312.

Lansac, —, French Protestant refugee, seized brandy, 340.

Lansdowne, —, trader to France in war time, 76.

Lanteglos Park, co. Cornwall, 325.

Lantillac, —, pension for, 141.

Lanyon, John, riding officer, Padstow, 131.

La Palisse. See Palisse.

Lapley, James, lease in the Savoy, 401.

La Primauday. See Primauday.

Largere, — de la, pension or allowance of, 377.

La Risole. See Risole.

La Rousseliere. See Rousseliere.

La Rue. See Rue.

La Sautiere. See Sautiere.

Lascelles (Lascells), Rebecca, widow of Richard, 47, 225, 355.

-, Richard, of London, goldsmith, loss on repayment of loan, 47, 225, 355.

La Serre. See Serre.

Laton. See Layton.

Lattanteville, —, pension for, 142.

Latton, John, King's gift to, at christening of his child, 243.

Latus, John, sheriff of Cumberland, 290.

Laughton (Lorton), —, mortgage to, 335.

-, Ralph, loan for Army clothing, 26, 258.

Launce, Joane, royal bounty for, 202.

Launditch, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 340.

Lavall, —, pension for, 142.

Lavalline, —, lands formerly belonging to, 299.

Lavallyconor, Leballyconnor, co. Galway, 351.

Laverton, co. Somerset, land in, 107, 199.

Lavington. See Levington.

Lauder (Lawden), [George], regiment of, 247.

Lawrence, —, Excise Commissioners to provide for, 46.

-, Andrew, Surveyor General of the Ways, Gates and Bridges, 152, 169, 298.

-, Thomas, doctor, physician in ordinary to the King, 57, 271.

-, Sir Thomas, Secretary for Maryland, 294, 350; papers of Col. Nicholson, 126, 183.

Lawres, co. Lincoln, hundred of, 169.

Laws, [Blanche], widow of [William], royal bounty for, 312, 337.

-, [William], cornet, killed at Landen, 312, 337.

Lawson, [George], a serjeant-at-arms, 197, 205.

Laycock, Martin, captain, demands for pay and other services, etc., 189; payment for transport of Forces to Ireland, 207; royal bounty for, 9.

-, Walter, late Surveyor General of Woods, Trent North, 197, 206.

Laymerie, Cov., pension for, 143.

Layton (Laton), Dame or Lady Ann, royal bounty for, 386, 391, 410.

Lazonby, Lazenbie, co. Cumberland, lands in, 256.

Leach, Mary, royal bounty for, 202.

Leaden Rooding. See Roding.

Leader, Anthony, fined for assaulting Customs officers, 298; information against, for exporting wool, 208, 216.

-, Richard, information against, for exporting wool, 208, 216.

-, William, fined for assaulting Customs officers, 298.

Leaghan. See Lackan.

Leary, [Humphrey], lieutenant of Marines, arrears of, 380.

Leatherhead, Lethered, co. Surrey, 420; lands at, 419.

Leballyconnor. See Lavallyconor.

Le Bas, Le Bass. See Bas.

Le Brook Farm. See Chadwell.

Le Brun. See Brun.

Lechmere (Lechmer, Lechmore), [Sir Nicholas], a Baron [of the Exchequer], 51.

-, Thomas, petition of, 90; royal bounty for, 90, 99, 377; to be Solicitor for the Revenue, Ireland, 96, 98.

Le Cocq. See Cocq.

Le Conte. See Conte.

Lee, —, money for the Fleet in 1696, 179.

-, John, royal bounty for, 202.

-, Ralph, petition of, 411.

-, Thomas, late sheriff of co. Chester, 389.

-, [Thomas], captain of Marines, company of, 47, 230, 239.

-, William, impressing seamen, 388.

Leeds, co. Kent, Marines' quarters at, 253.

Leeds, Duke of. See Osborne, P.; Osborne, T.

Leeves, William, sheriff of Sussex, 290.

Leeward Islands, Leeward Caribbee Islands, Acts of, 27–8.
-, Assembly of, 28.
-, Captain General of. See Codrington, C.
-, chaplain for. See Hesketh, T.
-, Commander-in-Chief of, 192.
-, Commissioner of the Agents for. See Carey, R.
-, Commissioners of, 322.
-, difference of money between, and Barbados, 27.
-, Foot companies in, 84, 415.
-, Four and a half per cent. duty in, 22, 127, 162.
-, Governor of, 192.
-, regiment in, 27, 28, 30, 189, 322, 383–4.

Leez, Margaret, lands of, 419.

Legatt (Legat), Henry, a messenger of the Chamber, 41, 42, 295.

Legge, William, Lord Dartmouth, return of plate, 376.

Leghorn, Leghorne, Italy, bills etc. for victualling, 69, 103, 416.

Leheidane [? Lahardaun], co. Mayo, 352.

Leicester, county of, Receiver General of Assessments. See Woodcock, T.
-, Sheriff of. See Conyers, E.
-, Surveyor of Duties on Houses. See Smith, O.

Leigh, co. Essex, 106, 129.
-, surveyor of, office of, 106. See also Pitcher, L.; Smith, D.

Leigh, [Edward, colonel], Dragoons of, 253.

-, Sir Fra., 46.

Leighlinstown. See Loughanstown.

Leighton, Baldwin, colonel, royal bounty for, 5, 111, 115, 169.

-, Susanna, lottery pensioner, royal bounty for, 260.

Leinster, Ireland, Vice-Admiralty of, 88, 375.

Leinster, Duke of. See Schomberg, M. de.

Leitrim, county of, collector of quit and Crown rents. See Phillips, R.

-, co. Galway, barony of, 351; manor of, 276.

Leixlip, co. Kildare, 369.

Le Meloniere. See Meloniere.

Lemnagh Beg, Lemenaghbeg, co. Antrim, 353.

Le Mote. See Alphamstone.

Lencare. See Lanier.

Leneswell. See Lindsell.

Le Neve (Leneve, Lenox), Deputy Chamberlain of the Receipt, 2, 108, 279, 314, 413; Rouge Croix Pursuivant, 196.

Lenfant, —, pension for, 142.

Lennox, Countess of. See Stewart, Frances T.

-, Duke of. See Lennox, C.

-, Earl of. See Stewart, C.

Lennox, Anne, Duchess of Richmond, petition of, 47, 87.

-, Charles, 6th Duke of Richmond, and Duke of Lennox, royal bounty for, 83, 96, 365, 389.

Lenox. See Le Neve.

Lenthall, Dame Elizabeth, royal bounty for, 202.

Le Ostage. See Sible Hedingham.

Le Petit. See Petit.

Lescoure, —, pension for, 141.

Leslie, Katherine, royal bounty for, 172, 410, 413.

Lestrilles, —, pension for, 142.

Letchworth, co. Hertford, 423.

Lethered. See Leatherhead.

Levallinree, Levaragh. See Lissanree.

Levenz. See Levins.

Leveson (Levison), [Richard], majorgeneral, Governor of Berwick and Holy Island, 107–8; agent to. See Ridley, E.; regiment of, 348.

Levi. See Levy.

Leving. See Levins.

Levingston. See Livingston.

Levington (Lavington), William, tidesman, London port, 324, 325.

Levins (Levenz, Leving), Sir Richard, of Dublin, a Commissioner of Forfeitures, Ireland, 350.

-, Robert, searcher, Lynn Regis port, 104.

Levison. See Leveson.

Levy (Levi), Benjamin, broker, 34, 39, 134, 209, 403.

Lewes, co. Sussex, Quarter Sessions at, 26.

Lewis, Elizabeth, alias Jenkins, apprehended for passing fraudulent Exchequer Bill, 151.

-, Ja., mortgage to, 334.

-, John, lease of mill of Eglwys Cymmyn, 250.

Lewlin. See Newlyn.

Lexden, co. Essex, hundred of, 424.

Lexinton, Lord. See Sutton, R.

Ley, Margaret, Countess Dowager of Marlborough, grant of share of profits of uncustomed goods and money, 114–5; petition for subsistence, 114–5.

-, William, 4th Earl of Marlborough, grant of share of profits of uncustomed goods and money, 114–5.

L'Hostelier. See Hostelier.

Lichfield, co. Stafford, Receiver General of Assessments. See Spendelow, T.

Lichfield Cathedral, Dean and Chapter of, perpetuity to, 221, 227; petition for payment of pension, 186.

Lichfield and Coventry, diocese of. See Coventry.

Lifford, Earl of. See Rochefoucauld, F. W. de Roye de la.

Liger, —, pension for, 142.

Lilley. See Lilly.

Lillingston, Luke, colonel, regiment of, 80, 246, 287, 312, 314, 401.

Lilly (Lilley), Stephen, Receiver General of the Post Office, 9, 108, 133, 302.

Limerick, county of, forfeited lands in, 351, 355; lands in, 347.

Limerick, co. Limerick, Articles of capitulation, 364.
-, garrison of, 141.
-, Governor of, 141.
-, Ordnance establishment, 140.
-, repairs at, 245.
-, ship hired at, 345.
-, siege of, officers killed at, 247, 248, 312.
-, surrender of, 363.
-, Town major of, 141.
-, transport of French and Irish from, to France, 345.

Limerick, Earl of. See Dungan, T.

Lincoln, county of, collectors of Assessments, 238.
-, derelict lands, 364.
-, distributor and collector of Stamped paper. See Cowley, E.
-, fee farm rents, 422.
-, fen lands, 299.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Cawthorp, W.; Kent, T.
-, regiment in, officers' quarters, 32, 189.

Lincoln, co. Lincoln, the Bail (Bale), 342; the Close, 342.

Lincoln, Dowager Countess of. See Clinton, Susanna.

-, Earl of. See Clinton, F.; Clinton, H.

Lindburgh, co. Surrey, 419.

Lindsell, Leneswell, Ludsall, co. Essex, 423.

Lindsell. See Lyndsell.

Lindsey, —, lieutenant, died of wounds, 312, 337.

-, -, widow, royal bounty for, 312, 377.

-, -, widow of Normand, petition of, 270.

-, Normand, lieutenant, arrears of, 270.

Lingfield, Lingfeild, co. Surrey, 419.

Lisbellanagroagh, Lisballynegrogh, co. Antrim, 353.

Lisdaniffe, Carra barony, co. Mayo, 352.

Lisduff, Dunmore barony, co. Galway, 333.

-, Lisduffe, South, co. Galway, 351.

Lisford, Earl of. See Rochefoucauld, F. W. de Roye de la.

Lishandrum, West, Barretts barony, co. Cork, 353.

Lisknagh alias Kilnagh, Clanmorris barony, co. Mayo, 333.

Lisleduroy, —, pension for, 142.

Lisnagat, Lisnegat, co. Antrim, 353.

Lisnageeragh, Lisnekeragh, co. Longford, 353.

Lisnataylor, co. Antrim, 352.

Lisnegat. See Lisnagat.

Lisnekeragh. See Lisnageeragh.

Lisney, Adam, lodging chaplains and servants at Kensington, 244.

Lissaniska, Lissenisky, Carra barony, co. Mayo, 352.

Lissanree alias Levaragh [?Levallinrec], co. Mayo, 352.

Lissenisky. See Lissaniska.

Liston. See Clinston.

Litchborough, Litchburrow, co. Northampton, 421.

Litters alias Knocknemelloge, Inchiquin barony, co. Clare, 265.

Little Baddow. See Baddow.

Little Billing. See Billing.

Little Canfield. See Canfield.

Little Casterton. See Casterton.

Little Chesterford. See Chesterford.

Little Everdon. See Everdon.

Little Munden. See Munden.

Little Preston. See Preston.

Little Sampford. See Sampford.

Little Waltham. See Waltham.

Little Wenden. See Wenden.

Little Yeldham. See Yeldham.

Littlemaris, —, regiment of, 218.

Littleton, Mary, petition concerning lost Malt Lottery tickets, 178.

-, Sir Thomas, 321.
-, a Lord of the Treasury, 1–91 passim, 108; salary of, 149, 225, 309; termination of office, 377.
-, Speaker of the House of Commons, 46, 47, 76; allowance to, 216, 268, 317, 391; plate for, 216, 229.
-, Treasurer of the Navy, accounts of, 92, 93, 392, 394.

Livardie, —, French Protestant refugee, seized brandy, 340.

Liverpool, co. Lancaster, 129.
-, coin seized at, 116, 348.
-, collector of. See Scarborough, E.
-, Customs officers, 116, 228, 229, 234, 348, 402.
-, merchants of, 359.
-, salt exported from, 359.

Livingston (Levingston), Ann, widow of [Robert], royal bounty for, 246.

-, [Robert], captain, killed at Steinkirk, 246.

Livorno, Italy, 218.

Lizard, The, co. Cornwall, 131.

Llanelltyd, Llanelsted, co. Merioneth, 320.

Llanfyllin, Kanvelling, co. Montgomery, Corporation of, Commissioners of Assessments, 135.

Llantrisaint, Llantrissant, co. Glamorgan, Commissioners of Assessments, 125.

Lloyd, —, concerning Mrs. Zouch's loan, 55.

-, -, Mrs., 54, 55; payment to, 172.

-, Edward, judgment to, 355.

-, Elizabeth, widow, debt of A. Eustace to, 254; petition of, 51, 254.

-, John, landwaiter, Liverpool port, 229, 234; officer at Rhuddlan, 229, 234.

-, Thomas, Paymaster of the Works, 244, 250, 259, 268, 270, 275, 280, 285, 286, 293, 299, 304, 308, 317, 319, 323, 327, 330, 340, 356, 362, 370, 378, 385, 392, 393; salary of, 195.

-, William, bishop of Worcester, discharge of First Fruits, 377.

-, [William], colonel, regiment of, 298, 414.

Loches (Deloches, D'Loches), [David] de, arms for Forces in Piedmont, 218; regiment of, 218.

Lock, —, Mrs., house in Dublin, 264.

Lockleys, Lockly, [in Welwyn], co. Hertford, 423.

Loddon, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 340.

Loes, co. Suffolk, hundred of, 341.

Loftus (Luftus), Adam, trustee for the Earl of Ranelagh, 368.

-, John, building barges, 244, 252.

Loghan McGillichy, Kilkenny West barony, co. Westmeath, 335.

Loghanroe, Ballymoe half barony, co. Galway, 334.

Loghlinstown. See Loughlinstown.

Logmadog [? Lagnavaddoge], co. Mayo, 352.

Lome, — de, pension for, 142.

London, 63, 108, 116, 136, 151, 248, 331, 405.
-, assessments, 301.
-, Chamberlain of, 58. See also Cuddon, Sir T.; Robinson, Sir L.
-, citizens of, 128, 295; loans from, receiving of, 235.
-, Coopers Company, petition of, 309.
-, Excise Commissioners in, 292.
-, goods imported and exported yearly, 261.
-, letters to, 241.
-, Lord Mayor of, building of, near the Exchequer, 8, 120; directions concerning royal bounty to French Protestants, 115; invites Treasury Board to dine with him, 96; wines for, 288. See also Edwin, Sir H.
-, Lord Mayor etc. of, annuity to, for Christ's Hospital, 275.
-, Marines' quarters at, 261.
-, merchants of, 128, 153, 179, 186, 207, 212, 225, 228, 246, 269, 295, 302, 321, 327, 328, 348, 351, 355, 358, 359, 366.
-, money remitted to, 59, 201, 289, 300.
-, Officers of, wines for, 288.
-, poor of, royal charity to, 59, 281.
-, port of, 156, 189, 387.
-, Customs officers, 72, 73, 106, 121, 145, 159, 167, 173, 200, 212, 224, 227, 228, 229, 234, 245, 253, 286, 290, 314, 316, 318, 321, 322, 324, 325, 329, 357, 361, 380, 384, 385, 402, 403, 411, 415.
-, Cloth Office, customer of. See Halsey, J.; Miller, R.; Warwick,[P.]
-, Cocquet Seal, keeper of. See Breton, R.
-, Customs Outwards, collector of, 40, 43, 44, 387. See also Crisp, J.; Crisp, N.; Crisp, Sir N.; Crisp, T.
-, Petty Customs, comptroller of. See Breton, R.
-, surveyor of, life grant of office of, 125. See also Godfrey, M.; Harrison, R.; Petty, G.
-, Praetermitted Customs, comptroller of. See Breton, R.
-, salaries, 158, 235, 318, 405.
-, searcher, chief, office of, enquiry concerning, 34–38.
-, Surveyor General, 383.
-, Tonnage and Poundage, collector of. See Townson, R.
-, undersearchers, office of chief searcher held in trust for, enquiry concerning, 34–38.
-, waterside, 121, 160.
-, prisoners brought to, 305.
-, provisions for the Fleet in 1672, 189.
-, Receiver General of Assessments. See Cuddon, Sir T.; Duncomb, C.
-, Receiver of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, 309. See also Cuddon, Sir T.
-, Remembrancer of. See Bellamy, W.
-, Sheriffs of, 170; wines for, 288.
-, ship from, 406.
-, ship to, 324.
-, ships of, 235, 345.
-, Surveyor of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses. See Calcott, A.; Wheeler, W.
-, Swordbearer of, 96.

London, Bishop of. See Compton, H.

London, [George], account of charges of Royal Gardens, 95, 384.

-, William, ejectment, messuages in the Savoy, 382.

London and Westminster, Streets and Places in—
-, Aldermary Church, 269.
-, Aldgate, 167.
-, Beauford Buildings, 10.
-, Blackwell Hall, 18.
-, Bow Lane, 269.
-, Broad Street Ward, 147.
-, Chapel Royal, Gentlemen of, 190; sub-dean of, 72.
-, Charing Cross, 276; Mews at, 208.
-, Charles I's Hospital, Westminster, 227; treasurer of, 225.
-, Christ's Hospital, annuity for the children of, 275; issues for, 58, 59, 281; taxes for, 59, 65; treasurer of, 65, 275.
-, Clifford's Inn, 230.
-, Cockpit, 138, 204; Brake garden, 204.
-, Custom House, house adjoining, 319.
-, Downing Street, 348.
-, Duke Street, 338.
-, Exchange Alley, 127.
-, Fleet, The, 248, 412.
-, Fleet Street, 44.
-, Frith Street, 210.
-, Gray's Inn, 204, 406.
-, Guildhall, 235.
-, Hyde Park, deer in, hay and beans for, 193; gate attendant, 193; Keeper of. See Villiers, E., Earl of Jersey; pheasants, no place for, 61; repair of wind damage, 284; underkeepers' wages, 193.
-, Inner Temple, 350.
-, Inns of Chancery, Receiver General of Assessments. See Cuddon, Sir T.
-, Inns of Court, Receiver General of Assessments. See Cuddon, Sir T.
-, Knightsbridge, 76.
-, Lincoln's Inn, 44, 331.
-, Little Queen Street, 359.
-, Mercers' Hall, 11.
-, Mincing Lane, 28.
-, Minories, 167.
-, New Palace Yard, Westminster, 113.
-, Newgate prison, 165.
-, Newton Street, 359.
-, Pall Mall, Keeper of. See Berkeley, J., Viscount FitzHardinge.
-, Pell Office, building near, 4, 113.
-, Phoenix Brewhouse, Minories, 15, 106, 137, 167, 207.
-, Piccadilly, 370.
-, Privy Garden. See Whitehall.
-, Robbins Coffee House, Exchange Alley, 127.
-, Rummer Tavern, Charing Cross, 276.
-, Sackville Street, 370.
-, St. Anne's Parish, grant of organ to ministers and churchwardens, 83, 365.
-, St. Botolph's, churchwardens of, 219; poor of, perpetuity to, 219, 226.
-, St. Botolph's-without-Aldgate, 167.
-, St. Giles-in-the-Fields, 242.
-, St. James's Gardens, 383.
-, St. James's Palace, chapel formerly called the Queen Dowager's Chapel, 83, 365; Commissioners of Assessments, 301; housekeeper of. See Granville, J., Earl of Bath; wardrobe at, 50.
-, St. James's Parish, 241; bailiwick of, 380; churchwardens of, 219; fire at, 276; inhabitants of, petition of, 372; poor of, annuity for, 219, 226.
-, St. James's Park, 198, 338.
-, alehouses in, 77.
-, door to be made up, 77.
-, encroachments in, 61, 285.
-, Keeper of, grant of office of, 125. See also Granville, J., Earl of Bath; Herbert, [W.]
-, palisade in, 77.
-, passage into, 87, 372.
-, Ranger of, grant of office of, 125. See also Granville, J., Earl of Bath; Herbert, [W.]
-, representation concerning, 77.
-, underkeepers' wages, 194, 206.
-, St. James's Square, 124.
-, St. John Baptist, Walbrook, churchwardens of, 219; poor of, perpetuity to, 219, 226.
-, St. Lawrence Lane, 230.
-, St. Magnus Parish, churchwardens of, 219; poor of, perpetuity to, 219, 226.
-, St. Margaret's, Westminster, churchwardens of, 225; Dean and Chapter of, issues to, for annuity to French ministers in the Savoy, 136, 180, 408; poor of, relief of, 225, 227.
-, St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, 241; churchwardens of, 226; inhabitants of, petition of, 372; poor of, annuity for, 226, 227.
-, St. Mary's, 424.
-, St. Michael's, Cornhill, churchwardens of, 219; poor of, perpetuity to, 219, 226.
-, Savoy, church in, 256.
-, French ministers in, annuity for, 136, 180, 408.
-, Hospital, Chaplains Perpetual of, 401; Masters of, 401.
-, hospital for 1st Regiment of Guards, 139.
-, houses etc. in, 401; forfeited, 256, 300; in possession of King's tenants, 382.
-, Jesuits in, 100, 256, 300.
-, leases in, 100, 401; Commissioners to enquire of. See Clark, Sir T., et al.
-, Master of, 256.
-, precincts, 382, 401.
-, prisoners of war in, 139.
-, superstitious premises, 401.
-, Smithfield, East, 426.
-, Strand, 156.
-, Sun, The, upholsterer's, Fleet Street, 44.
-, Sun Tavern, Piccadilly, 370.
-, Temple, Master of, 227. See also Sherlock, W.
-, Tower. See Tower.
-, Tower Hill, 426.
-, Tower Ward, 147.
-, Wellclose, 426.
-, Westminster Hall, 26, 37, 136; for Westminster generally, see Westminster.
-, Whitehall. See Whitehall.
-, Wilderness, 372.
-, Wood Street Counter (Compter), prison, 269, 290.

Londonderry, Ireland, 253, 259.
-, collector of Revenue. See Richardson, S.
-, garrison of, 140.
-, Governor of, 140.
-, Ordnance establishment, 140.
-, ship Mountjoy of, 409.
-, Town major of, 140.

Long, —, chief searcher, London port, 35, 36.

-, George, master of the Lewis and Cliff, payment for hire of ship, 345.

-, Sir Robert, a former Auditor of the Receipt, 108.

Longford, county of, forfeited lands in, 351, 353.

Longford, Earl of. See Aungier, F.

Longford, John, highwayman, apprehended, 185.

Lonsdale, Viscount. See Lowther, J.

Loo, Netherlands, Court at, 108, 115, 124, 154, 158, 167, 374, 412, 413, 414.

Looe, co. Cornwall, 131; magistrates of. See Blight, T.; Dyer, J.
-, merchants of, information against, 199.

-, East, co. Cornwall, magistrates of, complaint against, 18, 151.

Lordell, John, overpayment on wines, 359.

Loring, William, grant of tenements in Old Windsor, 257.

Lorne (Lorn), Lord. See Campbell, A.

Lorraine, Duke and Duchess of, royal compliments on their marriage, 238; Envoy Extraordinary from. See Ossonville, Count D'.

Lorth, — de, pension for, 142.

Lorthe, — de, pension for, 142.

Lorton. See Laughton.

Lostwithiel, co. Cornwall, Customs officers, 169; water-mill, 132.

Lothingland. See Mutford.

Lough Swinan, Lough Swaine, island of, Scotland, ship wrecked off, 190.

Loughanstown, Leighlinstown, Delvin barony, co. Westmeath, 355.

Loughlinstown, Loghlinstown, co. Kildare, 369.

Loup, Elizabeth, royal bounty for, 202.

-, William, landwaiter, Poole port, 397.

Louth, county of, forfeited lands in, 263.

Louth Eske, Louth East, co. Lincoln, wapentake of, 342.

Love, William, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Huntingdon, 284, 342; petition for receivership of co. Cambridge and Isle of Ely, 342.

Lovell, Sir Salathiel, a Justice of Chester, 150, 229, 285, 400, 404.

Loving, William, lease of manor of Old and New Windsor, 307.

Low Countries, 320; Secretary of State in. See Blathwayt, W.
-, See also Flanders; Holland; Netherlands.

Lowe (Low), Eliz., widow of Thomas, petition of, 328.

-, John, Deputy Chamberlain of the Receipt, 2, 108, 279, 314, 413; locking up treasure in the Receipt, 318, 413.

-, Thomas, of Bristol, merchant, tobacco bonds, 328.

Lowen, William, overpayment on wines, 359.

Lower Saxony. See Saxony.

Lowestoft, co. Norfolk, 341; Customs officers to prevent export of corn from, 168.

Lowman, —, duty on King's wine, 46.

-, Samuel, collector of Plantation Duties, Port Lewis, Pennsylvania, 169.

Lowndes, William, [Secretary to the Treasury], passim; deputy to. See Taylor, J.; house of, 49; secret service issues, 16, 57, 78, 83, 91, 95, 100, 122, 127, 145, 164, 186, 188, 214, 218, 223, 224, 239, 252, 254, 274, 287, 300, 308, 314, 317, 329, 345, 356, 367, 375, 387, 403.

Lowther, John, 385.

-, -, Viscount Lonsdale, Lord Privy Seal, 361; payment in lieu of diet, 369.

-, Mary, widow of John, surety for S. Richardson, 385.

-, Thomas, searcher, Cardiff port, 382.

Lowtown or Balleighter, Ballyeighter, Ballyughter, co. Westmeath, 263.

Loxfield, Loxfeild, co. Sussex, hundred of, 427.

Lubbock, Samuel, late collector of Excise, petition of, 405.

Lucas, Robert, Lord Lucas, Governor of the Tower, 111, 115, 116, 124, 172.

Lucy, —, Mris., petition to repay money embezzled by her nephew P. Ellers, 81, 82.

Ludborough, co. Lincoln, wapentake of, 342.

Luddra, Richard, boatman, Plymouth, 131.

Ludlow, co. Salop, clerks of the Fines at. See Cam, R.; Dolbin, J.

Ludsall. See Lindsell.

Luff, John, Reader of Physic, Oxford University, 219.

Luftus. See Loftus.

Lullin, —, money for Forces in Piedmont, 218.

Lumley, [Henry], major-general, regiment of, 312, 414.

-, Richard, Earl of Scarborough, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 193, 205; petition of, 88; sons of, 125.

-, -, -, et al., Commissioners for Enclosures in the New Forest, 129.

-, -, son of Richard, 125.

-, William, son of Richard, 125.

Lund, —, goldsmith, 55.

Luneburg. See Brunswick.

Lunsford, Dame —, royal bounty for, 202.

Lutterell (Luttrel, Luttrell), Henry, colonel, pension of, 90, 141.

-, Simon, judgment to, 355.

Lyme Regis, co. Dorset, Cobb pier, annuity for repair of, 252; mayor etc. of, 252.

Lymington, co. Southampton, Customs officers, 130, 402; Marines' quarters at, 253; ship of, 397.

Lyndhurst, co. Southampton, repairs at, 6.

Lyndsell (Lindsell), John, mayor of Saffron Walden, failure of, 405.

Lynn Regis, co. Norfolk, collector of. See Kent, J., junior; Thorowgood, R.
-, comptroller of. See Powys, R.
-, customer of, office of, 152.
-, Customs officers, 104, 117, 121.
-, surveyor of. See Bury, J.; Ward, R.