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Lanbart, André, see Lombard.

Land Tax, charged upon the pensions

to the Vaudois, 336.

Landau, 322.

Landeck, 264.

Landereau, -, a minister, 206.

-- Judith, 206.

Landrin, C., 6; his Tablettes His-

toriques du Calaisis, 114 note.

Landsberg, 319.

Langrague, 344.

Languedoc, 235, 281, 286, 314, 471.
Lanier, 267.

Lanraud, Susanne, see Lalau.

Lapage, Richard Herbert, viii, x, xx,
xliii.

La Palma, -, 263, 264.

La Pennotiere, Susanne, 343.
Laponge, Sr., 142.

La Porte, - 185.

Laprimauday, Andre Pierre, 343.

Anne Henritte, 343.

La Ravaliere, Capt., 75.

L'Archévêque de Parthenay, Jean,

Sieur de Soubise, 275.

La Riviere, -, 342.
Larmurier, Fra., 178.

Louis, 179.

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La Roche,, 322.

Jaqueline Godeau de, 344.

La Roche Chalais, Saintonge, 206,
208-210.

La Rouvière, Lieut., 66.
Lart, Chas. Edmund, iv.
L'Astre, Charles, 345.
Latiffe, John, 338.
Latimer, Bishop, 330.
Laton, Capt., 75.

La Touche, J. J. Digges, LL.D., viii,
xii, xxxi, xxxvi, 350.

Latour, Capt., 75.

Lauffeld, battle of, 327.
Lauranson, Andé, 206.
Lautier, Daniel, 339.
Lauze, John, 344.

La (Della) Valetta, Cavalier, 231,
232.

La Valette, Cardinal de, 317.

La Valliere, - 175.

Lavan, Isaac, 142 bis.

Laver, Henry, J. P., xx, xxi, 45.
Laviste, 174 ter, 175 bis ; see also
Lavisite.

La Vigne, Cha., 178.

La Visite, -, 174; see also Laviste.
La Vose, Mr., 167 bis.

Layard, Capt. Arthur A. M., v.

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-Miss Florence L., iv, xxxvii, xlv,
6, 275.

- General Frederic Peter, vii, ix, 6.
- Sir Henry Austen, G.C.B., Presi-
dent, viii, ix, x, xii, xix-xxii, xxviii,
xxxiii, xliii, 6, 77, 218, 336.
Lady, xx.

Layer Marney, xxi, xxii.

Lea, the river, 46, 47, 467.
League, Wars of the, 312.

Le Bailly, a minister of the Walloon
Church of Canterbury, 127, 128,
154.

Louis Hooper, viii, x, xx, xliii.
Le Beaupin, or Beaupin, Francis, 345,
346.

Le Blond, Jeanne, 204.

Le Breton, Thomas, Dean of Jersey,

351.

Leeandel, Antoine, 99.

-or Le Candle, David, 96-99, 102,
107-110, 141, 147, 154, 198, 212,
214.

-Jacques, 99.

- Pierre, 99 ter.
family of, 99.

Le Candele, François, 30.

Le Candele, Jacques, 211.

Le Cat, Germain, (died in 1690), 137,

137 note, 145 note, 198, 206; his

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brother Marc, (died in 1690), 145
note, 198, 207; their widows,
(Jeanne Desgardins, who married
a, Jean Mazengarbe, b, Isaac Secq,
c, in 1681 Germain Le Cat, and
Marie Guelle, who married Marc
Le Cat in 1683), and their children
(not named), 137, 137 note, 145-148
passim, 149-153, 154 bis, 155 bis,
161, 169 ter, 169 note, 173, 187, 187
note, 190, 198, 206, 207; Louis, son
of Marc, 207; Marie Anne, his
daughter, 207.

Henry, 168.

Jermain (?intended for the above-
mentioned widow of Germain), 174,

175.

Suzanne, 198 bis, 201.

Lecco, 315.

Le Cercle, Susanne, 343.
Lech, the river, 319.

Le Conteur, Miss Elizabeth, 351.
Le Coq, Dr. Albert von, xxix.

M., 68.

Le Courbe,

315.

Le Crosne, Jacobe, 169.

Le Dan, Abraham, 198.

David, 198.

Isaac, 198.

Marie, 198.

Le Dent, David, 168, 172-175, 178-

180, 184, 185, 192, passim.
Jeanne, 205.

— Judith, 205.

Le Din, Piere, 169.

Le Dou, Remy, 179.

Le Duc, Francois, 174 bis.
Le Ducq, Marie, 208.
Leeuwarden, 303.
Lefab,-, 142.

Le Febure, Antonie, 173.
Le Febvre, Abraham, 207.
- Jacques, 207.

Madelaine, 207.

Le Franc, Susanne, 207.

Lefroy, Edward Heathcote, iii.
Le Feuvre, Elizabeth, 351.

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Lescot, or Lescott, Paul, 135, 136
note bis, 183, 185 bis, 186, 187, 211,
215, 217; Frances, his daughter,
and her portrait, 136 note.
Lescure, Lieut., 75.

Lesdiguières, Duc de, 279, 280 note.
Lesens, Emile, xlii, 6,
Le Seue, Jeanne, 197.
Lester, Henry M., 6.
Lestry, Lieut., 75.
Le Sur, Marie, 198.

Le Thuillerie, Sr. de, 262.

Le Tonnelier de Breteuil, Claude,
Bishop of Boulogue, 95.

Le Tournésis, 32.

Le Vassor, [Michel], 281.

Le Vavasseur dit Durell, Thomas,
351; David, his brother, 351.

La Ventie, 31.

Lewis, Bunnell, 6.

- Mrs. S. S., 6.

Leyden, xvii, xviii, 303, 304; Univer-
sity of, 42.

Leyrac, (Leynac), 204, 209, 210.
Libraries, public, vii, viii, xi.
Library of the French Church of
Guines, 104, 106.
Liège, 327.

Liennard, Luc, 207.
Lifford, Earl of, 68.

Ligonier, Field Marshal Jean Louis,
Lord, 326,327; portrait of, facing
page 326.

Lille, xvii, 192, 322.
Limosin, Leonard, 92.

Lincoln, Edward, Earl of, 37.
Lindanus, 29.
Linternum, 301.

Lissant, Clement G., 6.
Littler, Richardus, 89.

Liturgy and prayers, bought for the
Fourth Foreign Church of Dover,
145.

Lobez, Louis, 184; see also Loubier.
Lodowick, Rev. John, 103 note, 198.
Lombard, Lombart, or Lanbart,

André, 118, 119 quater, 120, 121
bis, 121 note, 122, 150, 152.
Lombardy, 298.

Lombart, André, see Lombard.
London, 39, 46, 47, 66, 68, 118, 119,
121 (2), 130, 134, 137 (2), 140,
141 (2), 142 (2), 161, 167 (5), 169 (2),
172, 184, 188, 189, 190 (2), 191 (3),
194 (3), 199 (3), 305, 335, 336.
Court of the Star Chamber, 23.
De Beauvoir Town, 471.
German Fraternities in the Church
of the Crutched Friars, 333.
Guildhall Library, 470, 471.
Hospital of the Savoy, 336.
Lincoln's Inn, 469.

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Parish Churches: St. John, Wap-
ping, 345; St. Martin in the Fields,
72. For other parish churches in
and near London, see pp. 368-448
passim.

Pope's Head Alley, Cornhill, 470.
Wapping, 345.

Whitehall, 96.

- a pastor appointed 'instructeur des
nouveaux converty et refugiés. . . .
et consoler les malades,' 216.

- estimates of the number of refugees
there and at Sandwich in the reign
of Elizabeth, 29, 352, 353.
- expulsion of foreign Protestants
from, in the reign of Mary, xv,
90, 330, 332, 333, see also Paper
entitled Flamands et Wallons du 16e
siècle réfugiés en Angleterre passim;
English Protestants escape at the

same time, travelling as the ser-
vants of French Protestants, 90;
the English exiles supported by
London merchants, 91 note; foreign
Protestants remaining in London,
in the reign of Queen Mary, 24.
- foreign ministers and elders leave,
to join the newly opened University
of Ghent, 43.

- refugees return to the Low Countries
from, 29, 43.

return of the names of aliens in,
334, 334 note.

- subscription raised amongst the
aliens there in 1588, 32, 33.

Baron Fernand de Schickler's
Paper on the French Churches of,
after the Revocation of the Edict of
Nantes, xiv, 344.

Maitland's list of foreign churches
chapels, schools, and charities of,
xiv, 345.

-- le Comité de Londres for distributing
the Royal Bounty fund, see Bounty,
the Royal.

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-

French Protestant Hospital, 7,
357.

Records of the French Protestant
School of Westminster, 355-466.

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Templum Domini Jesu, 330-333;
services held in the lingua Ger-
manica' and in French before the
foundation charter was granted by
Edward VI., 332; the French
speaking part of the congregation,
331, 331 note; Italians in the con-
gregation, 331, 332; Spaniards in the
congregation, 331; date of the other
nationalities in the congregation
becoming styled the Dutch Church
of Austin Friars, 331-333.

Dutch Church of Austin Friars,
xii, 331-333; list of its members,
333; its seal, 333. See also London,
expulsion of foreign Protestants
from.

:

Dutch Church of St. James's, xiv.
French Protestant churches and
chapels St. Anthony's Hospital,
331 note; Threadneedle Street, 31,
331 note, 332, 341, 345, 353; its
registers, viii, x, xii, xxxi, xxxii,
Xxxvi; l'Artillerie, Spitalfields,
109 note, 345, 354; Black Eagle
Street, Long Hedge Lane, or
L'Hôpital, Spitalfields, 345; La
Tremblade, 344; Leicester Fields,
350; Milk Alley, Dean Street,
Soho, 345 note; Milk Alley, Wap-

ping, 344; Somerset House, 355;
Savoy, 67, 96, 97, 133, 134, 134
note, 135 note, 216, 341, 342, 355;
Spring Gardens, 355; St. Jean-la-
Savoie, Bloomsbury Street (now
Shaftesbury Avenue), 355, 356 bis ;
Swallow Street, 131 note; see also
pages 368-448 passim.
London, Bishop of, 134 note, 135 note,
336, 346, 347, 355, 443.
London, The Foundation of the
Strangers' Church in, in 1550, with
some remarks upon its earlier title,
330.

Long, P. de Lande, xx, xliii.
Longhuet, Jean, 38.
Longuevergne, Ester, 343.
Lucrece, 343.

Longueville, Duchess of, 319.
Longuillier-en-Boullonois, 208.
Lords, House of, 70.

Loretto, Holy House at, 227, 257.
Lorion, Jacob, 178.

Lorraine, 259, 263, 317; Duke of, 315.
Los Minas, - 325.
Loti, Pierre, xvii.

Loubier, Louis, 184; see also Lobez.
- Mr., 184.

Louis XIII., King of France, 67,
281-283, 289, 314, 315, 317; see also
Paper entitled Rohan's, The Duc
de, Relations with the Republic of
Venice, passim.

Louis XIV., xvii, 71, 320 bis, 321,
325, 468

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MACARE, Abraham, 129.
Macaulay, Lord, 312, 322, 323, 325.
Macdona, John Cumming, M.P., xxx.
Mac Donald,
-,315.
Machaetus, Joannes, 87.

Machet, Joannes, 89.

Mackartney's, Brigadier, regiment,
75.

Maclean, C., xxi, xxii.

Mrs. C., xxi, xxii.

Macray, Rev. W. D., xv.
Madrid, 325.

Madson, Mr., 148.

Magdeburg, xviii, 302 bis.

Magniac Collection, the, Historical
Portraits in, 91.

Magniac, Hollingsworth, 91.

Maguire, T. Miller, LL.D., v, xxvii,

xxxvii, xliii, 309.

Mahon, Lord, 327.

Maille, Jean, his wife and children,
190.

Maillet, Pieter, 339.
Maillezais, 279.

Main, the river, 319, 327.
Mainz, 295, 317.

Maire, Abraham, 185 ter.
- Jn., 185.

Maison, Michel, and his family, 179.
Maister, Willielmus, 88.

Maitland's History of London, xiv,

345.

Malba, Gerard, 179

Mallalieu, Wm., v.

Holland and

Malide, Marthe, 207.

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'Lucans,' in London, 334 note.
Lucca, 300, 301,

Lucerna, Wurtemberg, 336, 339 note.
Luddington, Richardus, 89.
Luddingtonus, Richardus, 87.
Luneberg, 303.

Luther, Martin, tomb of, 302.
Lutheran opinions, countries profess-
ing, refusing to receive Calvanist
refugees, 24; spread of, in Italy,
xxxviii; trials of 'heretics' pro-
fessing, in Venice, xxxviii.
Luxembourg, Marshal, 317, 324.

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Margate, 304.

Maria Theresa, Empress, 327.

Marie de' Medici, see Medici.
Marienthal, 318.

Marioge, Francoise, 343.
John, 343.

Marlborough, Duke of, 68, 316, 318,

322, 327; prisoners taken in his
campaigns, 341.
Marne, the river, 313.

Marnix, Société de, of Utrecht, 32.
Marnix, Philip van, 36, 41.

Marot, Clement, xl.

Marolles, Susanne, 343.

Marriage, Wilson, J.P., iv, ix, xx,

xxi, xxxiv.

Marsaglia, battle of, 325.

Marsal, Henry, 172.

Marseilles, 231.

Martin, -,

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- Isaac, 173.

141.

- Jeanne, 207.

Natanl., 179.

Mary (Tudor), Queen of England, xv.,

24, 37, 40, 90 bis, 330, 332.

Mary, Queen of Scots, 37, 307.

Mary, Queen, Consort of William III.,
335.

Mascal, André, 174.

Maslin, Mrs., v, xxi.

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Victor, v, xxi, xliii.

Maurice, Ensign, 75.

Mauritio, Fra, 227, 257.

Maury's, Anne, Memoirs of a Huguenot
Family, 123 note.

Maximilian I., tomb of, at Innsbrück,

297, 297 note.

Mayence, see Mainz.

Mayenne, Charles, Duc de, 313.
Mayhen, Antonius, 89.

Maynard, Joannes, 88; Egidia, his
wife, 88.

Mayor, Mrs., xlii.

Mazarin, Cardinal, 222, 249, 323.
Mazemgarbe, name of, 143 note.
Mazengarbe, name of, 143 note.

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- Jean, 137 note; his widow, see
Le Cat.

Matthieu, 198.

Mazengarbe, see also Menzemgarbe.
Mazyck, M., 136 note.
Mazzo, 316.

Meaux, 311.

Meaux, The Martyrs of, 1546, 353.
'Meidenbourg,' 302.

Medici, Catherine de, 77, 80, 84, 85,
92, 310.

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Marie de, 264, 279, 293, 314.
Meer, -, 322.

Megniot, Susanne, see Miot.
Meiningen, 319.

Meissen, 302.

Mel, Marie, 198.

Melancthon, tomb of, 302.

Mélian-en-Résadez (Meylan-en-Baza-

dois), 203, 209, 210.

Melissus, Paulus, 295.

Melun, Alexandria Guillaume
Prince d'Epinay, 292.

Menet, Rev. John, vi.

Mentoul, Wurtemberg, 339 note.
Menzemgarbe,

Mazengarbe.

-, 143 bis ;

Mercer, Wm. John, iii.
Merceron, Henry, ix, xxi.

Miss, xxi.

Merchant, Ensign, 75.
Mercier, Gaspard, 178.
Jean, see Le Mercier.
Matthieu, 198.
Simon, 198.

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Mercy, Comte de, 317, 318.

Mereau, retention of a, 126.

Merfelden, Wurtemberg, 338.

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Merseberg, Duke of, 59.

'Merselden,' 338 note.

Messe,' 299.

Messieres, 80.

Mestre, 299.

de,

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Metral, Hubert Louis, and his wife,

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