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J, K, L

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1916

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'Index: J, K, L', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Vatican Archives, Volume 1: 1558-1571 (1916), pp. 510-512. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=92572 Date accessed: 24 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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James IV, King of Scotland, 265.

James V, King of Scotland, ibid.

James VI, son of Mary, Queen of Scots, q.v.

-, birth of, 198.

-, baptism of, 201, 204–6, 208–9, 213–14, 218, 220, 223.

-, celebrated, 224, 226, 227, 234, 292.

-, at Stirling, 243, 442.

-, as to education of, 249, 257, 276, 280, 357, 404, 412.

-, likely to be proclaimed King, 251, 254.

-, to succeed Elizabeth, 369.

-, reported in the custody of the Catholics, 461.

Jerusalem, Knights of St. John of. See Malta.

Jesuits, 74, 242.

Jewel [John, Bishop of Salisbury], answers to writings of, 184.

Joinville (Gianville), 128.

-, letter from, 298.

Joliffe, Henry, Dean of Bristol, zeal of, for Catholicism, 70.

Jubilee, the Holy, 205.

Judges, criminal, dispensed from oath of abjuration, 68.

Justiniana, ship. See Giustiniana.

K

Karn. See Carne.

Katherine, Queen of England, 117.

Kennedy, Quintin, Abbot of Crossraguel (Costragall), 165.

Kildare (Gildara), 388.

-, Earl of, Florentine descent of, 388.

-, Bishop of. See Leverus.

Killala, 481.

-, Bishop of. See O'Gallagher.

Killodonnell (Dunagatil), co. Donegal, monastery of, 482.

Kilmacduagh, 49.

Kilquane (Kylchuan), letter from, 50.

Kintyre (Cantyre), Scotland, Elizabeth demands a castle in, 359.

L

La Cava, Bishop of, to controvert the Centuries of Magdeburg, 193.

-, Mgr., 30.

La Charité on the Loire, 441.

La Haye, Master of Requests, 134.

La Meilleraie (Milere) [Jean de Moy, Seigneur de, vice-admiral], information from, 299.

La Mothe [Fénélon, B. de Salignac] de, French ambassador in England, 331, 440.

Langdale, Alban, Archdeacon of Chichester, deprived, 65.

Langton, the Benedictine, escapes to Flanders, 66.

Languedoc, 212, 286.

Lansac (Lansach), Louis de St. Gelais, Seigneur de, French ambassador at Trent, 75, 76, 81, 83, 84, 85, 87, 88, 93.

-, envoy designate to Spain, 158.

La Quadra. See Quadra.

La Rochelle. See Rochelle.

Lasso, Don Francesco, 267.

-, Garcia. See Delia Vega.

Latimer, Lord, Catholic, 266.

-, -, favours Ridolfi plot, 400, 412.

Laubépine. See Aubespine.

Lauri, Vincent, Bishop of Mondovi, nuncio to Scotland, 193, 195, 197, 198, 216, 219, 242.

-, -, at Court of Savoy, 305.

-, -, letters from, 199, 204, 207, 208, 214, 216, 219, 220, 223, 224, 226–53, 305, 307, 310, 346, 352, 428, 445, 446.

-, -, letters to, 195, 199, 205, 206, 213, 220, 222, 225–28, 238, 242, 250, 252, 254, 307.

Laybach, newsletter from, 238.

Laymen, list of persecuted Catholic, 68.

Ledinton. See Lethington.

Lee, Sir John, 68.

Legates:—

-, See Alessandrino; Altaemps; Bourbon; Commendone; Ermland; Facchinetti; Ferrara; Lorraine; Mantua; Moroni; Navagero; Puy, du; Seripando; Simoneta; Trivulzio. See also Trent, Council of.

Leghorn, 294.

Leicester, Earl of. See Dudley, Robert.

Leinster, ‘Duchy’ of, 379.

Leith, 14, 23.

-, Petit (Pitilie), 24.

Lemberg, Count of [? Lord Lumley], 315.

Lennox, Matthew Stewart, Earl of, father of Darnley, 232.

-, -, reported death of, 229.

-, -, supineness of, 236.

-, -, and guardianship of James Stuart, 357.

-, -, slain, 466.

-, -, Malcolm, brief to, 150, 179.

-, Margaret, Countess of, 265.

Lenzi, Laurence, Bishop of Fermo, nuncio in France, 10, 28, 33.

-, -, letters from, 1, 5, 14.

-, -, letter to, 10.

Leo X, Pope, 30.

Lepanto, battle of, 468, 470, 471.

Léry, letters from, 107.

Lesent, Maturin alias Romagas (Sir Andrew Wyse of Lyssent, Ireland), Knight of Malta, decorated for valour at Lepanto, 470.

Lesina, Liesina, Bishop of. See Delfino.

Leslie, John, bishop-designate of Ross, 33, 214, 223, 226, 398, 404, 445, 465.

-, -, sequestered, 331, 332.

-, -, released, 340.

-, -, represents the Queen of Scots during the negotiation for her release, 363.

-, -, represents her pending the Ridolfi plot, 405, 415.

-, -, examination of his servant, 408–10, 436, 439.

-, -, imprisoned, 434, 440, 448.

-, -, confession of, 440, 448.

-, -, release of, 453, 463.

-, -, in the Tower, 473.

-, -, letter from, 330.

-, -, letters to, 408, 431, 441.

Lethington, Ledinton, Leudenton, Maitland of, Secretary to the Queen of Scots, 203, 248, 253, 260, 373, 405, 442.

Leverus, Thomas, Bishop of Kildare, 483.

Lichfield, Bishop of. See Bayne.

-, Dean of. See Rambrige.

Liège (Lyesa), 409.

Liesina. See Lesina.

Ligni, letter from, 71.

Lille, Monsieur de, late French ambassador at Rome, 110.

Limerick, letter from, 50.

Limoges, Bishop of. See Aubespine.

Lincoln, Bishop of. See Watson.

-, Archdeacon of. See Draycott.

Lindsay, Lord, 330.

Lineox. See Lennox.

Linois (Lennox), Earl of. See Lennox.

Lismore, see of, 33.

Livonia, 37, 368.

-, Russo-Danish negotiations about Courland in, 43.

Llandaff, Bishop of, 64, 70.

Lodrone, Count of, 294, 295, 332, 334.

Loire, 117.

Lombardy, bishops of, 35.

London, 233, 262, 294, 298, 301, 306, 311, 314, 360, 388, 448.

-, plague in, 156.

-, Fleet prison, 105.

-, St. Mary lek Bow, Sta. Maria de Arcubus, sacrilege at, 9.

-, St. Paul's. See St. Paul's.

-, School, 67.

-, Tower, of, 144, 301, 318, 335.

-, Bishop of. See Bonner.

-, letters from, 103, 274, 305, 338, 349, 393, 440, 450.

-, newsletters from, 8, 243, 249, 269, 289, 333.

Lords, House of, and religion, 61.

Lorraine, Cardinal of, hated by Catherine de Médicis and Constable 133, 134.

-, -, 10, 14, 27, 28, 71, 74, 79, 101, 105, 106, 114, 115, 124–29, 133, 139, 141, 145, 153, 186, 189, 199, 201, 203, 206–10, 212–14, 230, 234, 237–39, 241, 276, 281, 329, 331, 357, 364, 369.

-, -, disputes in public with the heretic Beza, 41, 42.

-, -, absents himself much from the Council of Trent, 119, 121, 123, 157.

-, -, much occupied with match-making, 164, 170, 174.

-, -, his relations with the Queen of Scots, the Scottish refugees at Paris, and the Curia, 201–3, 217, 220–1.

-, -, letters to, 115, 117; (as legate) 177, 180, 313.

-, -, mother of, 199.

-, -, sister of, 239.

-, Duke of, 2, 43, 45, 53, 369.

-, Duchess of, 7, 369.

-, Louis de, Cardinal of Guise. See Guise.

Loughborowe, Lord de, 265.

Louvain, English Catholics at, 27, 60, 69, 70, 143, 194, 229, 262, 274, 409, 468.

-, English candidates for priesthood at, 152.

-, letters from, 58, 60.

-, newsletter from, 105.

Lübeck, 71, 368.

-, letters from, 40, 42, 45, 46.

Lublin, letter from, 169.

Lumley, Lomelei, Lord, a Catholic, 265, 315, 408.

-, -, favours the Ridolfi plot, 400, 412.

Lüneburg, William, Duke of. See Brunswick-Lüneburg.

Luser. See Leicester, Earl of.

Lutherans, 16, 63.

Lyons, 164, 183, 199, 216, 227, 263, 286.

-, strife between Huguenots and Catholics in, 82, 102, 106, 107, 242, 244.

-, Rector of College of, 248.

-, newsletters from, 198, 281, 285, 286, 287, 294, 300, 306, 309, 313, 324, 334, 406, 429, 430, 441, 449.

Lyssent. See Lesent.



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