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Jones, Quartermaster Samuel, notice of,
ii. 6.

Joyce, Cornet, carries off the King, i.
244; Lieut.-Col., imprisoned, iv. 10.

Keinton fight. See Battle, Edgehill.
Kelsey, Major, at Langford House, i.

216; becomes Colonel, a Major-General,

iv. 135 n.
Kenrick, Colonel, Cromwell's letter to,

i. 284.

Kent in insurrection, i. 278.
Ker, Col. Gilbert, interview with, iii. 24 ;

at Glasgow, 73 ; in Scots Army, 77 ;

Remonstrance by, 80-83, 85, 89; His

forces routed, 86.

Ker, Earl Somerset. See Oyerbury.
Ker, Sir Andrew, notice of, ii. 54.
Kilkenny taken, ii. 234-344, 348, 349 ;

Irish at, 234.
Killing no murder, iv: 338 n.



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INDEX.



Kimber, Rev., on Cromwell, L 16.

Kimbolton, Lord, with the Five Mem-
bers, i. 105. See Mandevil, Manches-
ter.

Kingship, Oliver Cromwell's, iv. 243, 246,
253, 261, 271 ; v. 20, 21, 68 ; Committee
on, iv. 250, 258 ; he refuses it, v. 71.

Kingston, insurrection at, ii. 12.

King Street, Cromwell lives in, i. 285.

Kirkcudbright, Lord, invites Cromwell
to Edinburgh, ii. 68.

Knyvett, Thomas, taken at Lowestoff, i.
up; Cromwell's letter to, 222.

Kunsees, Irish, go abroad, ii. 257 ; in
Piedmont, iv. 117.

Ladies taken at Naseby, i. 191 ; at Basing
House, 212.

Lambert, General, described, i. 247 ; in
the North, ii. 9 ; at Edinburgh, 60, 66,
70 ; at Pontefract, 90 ; Major-General
in Scots War, iii. 8 ; skirmishes with
the Scots, 12, 13 ; at Dunbar battle, 35,
43; routs Colonel Ker, 85, 86; at
Glasgow, 130 ; routs General Browne at
Inverkeithing, 137, 138; at Worcester
battle, 153 ; in the Highlands, 162 ; of
Council of State, iv. 6n. ; in Cromwell's
First Parliament, 18 ; a Major-General
of Counties, 135 n. ; against title of King,
v. 72 ; dismissed, 72.

Lammermoor Hills, described, iii. 29;
Scots Army at, 29.

Langdale, Sir Marmaduke, joins Scots,
ii. 8 ; escapes, 75.

Langley, Colchester Captain, i. 121.

Langport, Battle of, v. 180.

Laud, William, Archdeacon of Hunting-
don, i. 33 ; finds no religion in Scotland,
37 ; persecutions by, 45 ; inclined to Po-
pery, 55 ; Parliament intends to accuse,
56 ; accompanies Charles I. to Scotland,
62 ; roots out Feoffees, 63 ; is in the
Tower, 95, 105 ; beheaded, 238.

Lauderdale, Earl, taken at Worcester, iii.
157 ; incident to, in London, 159 : no-
tice of, 160.

Laughern, Lieut.-Col., shot, ii. 245.

Laughern, Major-General, revolts, ii. 2:
condemned to death, 106.

Law, Reform of, iii. 178, 179, 185, 238.

Lawrence, Col. Henry, of Council of
State, iv. 6. n.

Lea Hamlet, described, i. 137.

Lecturers, running, described, i. 44, 79.

Lehunt, Col., commissioned, ii. n.

Leicester taken and retaken, i. 186, 193.

Leith Citadel built by Cromwell, iii. 164.

Leland's Itinerary, i. 26.

Lemon, Mr., classified Records, ii. 101.

Lenthall, Hon. William, Speaker, Crom-
well's letters to, i. 191, 199, 209, 216,
264 ; ii. 3, 13, 25, 58, 67, 63, 129, 138, 149,
156, 159, 177, 183, 189, 195, 227, 245 ;
iii. 7, 39, 86, 100, 119, 121, 137, 144, 146,
155, iS7 ; v. 166, 183, 184, 185, 195, 206,



207, 208, 209, 211, 213 ; Conference at
his house, iii. 174-176 ; unseated, 195 ;
in Cromwell's First Parliament, iv. 18,
42 ; against Law Reform, 116 ; on Com-
mittee of Kingship, 258, 267 ; one of
Cromwell's Lords, v. 91.

Lesley, Alexander, Fieldmarshal, at
Dunse Law, i. 90 ; Earl of Leven, en-
ters England with Scots Army in 1644,
159 ; at Marston Moor, 165 ; cannon-
ades the Hamilton Engagers from
Edinburgh Castle, ii. 37 ; entertains
Cromwell at dinner, 66 ; at Alyth, and
sent to the Tower, iii. 162.

Lesley, General David, extinguishes
Montrose, L 217; at head of Kirk
Party, ii. 37 ; General of Scots, iii. 15,
136; his caution, 20; letter to Crom-
well, 21 ; Cromwell's letters to, 21, 106;
and the English soldier at Dunbar, 33.

Lesley, Ludovic, Governor of Berwick,
Cromwell's letter to, ii. 46.

L'Estrange, Roger, i. 149.

Letters of Oliver Cromwell. (In Vol. I.)
One abstracted, i. 46 (App. v. 157) ;
how to read them, 65 ; corrections of
originals, 67.

i. To Mr. Stone (St. Ives, ii Jan.
1635), 77.

ii. Mrs. St. John (Ely, 13 Oct.
1638), 86.

iii. Mr. Willingham (London, Feb.
1640), 92.

iv. R. Barnard, Esq. (Huntingdon
23 Jan. 1642), ni.

v. Deputy-Lieutenants of Suffolk
(Cambridge, 10 March 1642), 115.

vi. Mayor of Colchester (Cambridge,
23 March 1642), 121.

Sir Samuel Luke, 8 March 1643. (App.
v. 171.)

vii. Sir J. Burgoyne (Huntingdon,
10 April 1643), 123.

viii. R. Barnard, Esq. ( Huntingdon,
17 April 1643), 124.

ix. Lincoln Committee (Lincolnshire,
3 May 1643), 127.

x. Unknown (Grantham, 13 May
1643), 128.

xi. Mayor of Colchester (Lincoln-
shire, 28 May 1643, 131.

xii. Cambridge Commissioners
(Huntingdon, 31 July 1643), 133.

xiii. Unknown (Huntingdon, 2 Aug.
1643), 139.

xiv. Cambridge Commissioners
(Huntingdon, 6 Aug. 1643), 140.

xv. Cambridge Commissioners
(Peterborough, 8 Aug. 1643), 141. _

xvi. Suffolk Committee (Cambridge,
Sept. 1643), 146.

xvii. O. St. John, Esq. (Eastern
Association, u Sept. 1643), 148.

xviii. Suffolk Committee (Holland,
Lincolnshire, 28 Sept. 1643), 151.



INDEX.



355



Letter xix. To Rev. Mr. Hitch (Ely, 10
Jan. 1643), 158.

xx. Major-General Crawford (Cam-
bridge, 10 March 1643), 160.

xxi. Colonel Walton (York, 5 July
1644), 166.

xxii. Ely Committee (Lincoln, i
Sept. 1644), i&).

xxiii. Col. Walton (Sleaford, 6 or 5
Sept. 1644), 170.

xxiv. Sir T. Fairfax (Salisbury, 9
April 1645), 178. (App. v. 172.)

xxv. Committee of Both Kingdoms
(Bletchington, 25 April 1645), 180.

Same (Farringdon, 28 April 1645), v.
174 (Aff.).

xxvi. Governor R. Burgess (Far-
ringdon, 29 April 1645), 183.

xxvii. the same, same date, 183.

xxviii. Sir T. Fairfax (Huntingdon,
4 June 1645), 185-

By Express. To Deputy-Lieutenants
of Suffolk (Cambridge, 6 June 1645),
186.

xxix. Hon. W. Lenthall (Harbor-
ough, 14 June 1645), 191.

xxx. Sir T. Fairfax (Shaftesbury, 4
Aug. 1645), 196.

xxxi. Hon. W. Lenthall (Bristol, 14
Sept. 1645), 199.

xxxii. Sir T. Fairfax (Winchester,
6 Oct. 1645), 207.

xxxiii. Hon. W. Lenthall (Basing-
stoke, 14 Oct. 1645), 209.

xxxiv. Sir T. Fairfax (Wallop, 16
Oct. 1645), 215.

xxxv. Hon. W. Lenthall (Salisbury,
17 Oct. 1645), 216.

xxxvi. T. Knyvett, Esq. (London,
37 July 1646), 222.

xxxvii. Sir T. Fairfax (London, 31
July 1646), 223.

xxxviii. Sir T. Fairfax (London, 10
Aug. 1646), 224.

xxxix. J. Rushworth, Esq. (London,
26 Aug. 1646), 227.

xl. Sir T. Fairfax (London, 6 Oct.
1646), 228.

xli. Mrs. Ireton (London, 25 Oct.
1646), 229.

xliL Sir T. Fairfax (London, 21
Dec. 1646), 232.

xliii. the same (London 1 1 March
1646), 235.

xhv. the same (London, 19 March
1646), 237.

xlv. Archbishop of York (Putney, i
Sept. 1647), 256.

xlvi. Col. Jones (Putney, 14 Sept.
1647), 258.

xlvii. Sir T. Fairfax (Putney, 13
Oct. 1647), 259.

xlviii. the same (Putney, 22 Oct.
1647), 261.

xlix Hon. W. Lenthall (Hampton

Court, ii Nov. i64?X 264.



Letter 1. To Colonel Whalley (Putney,
Nov. 1647), 265.

li. Dr. T. Hill (Windsor, 23 Dec.
1647), 267.

lii. Col. Hammond (London, 3 Jan.
1647), 269.

liii. Col. Norton (London, 25 Feb.
1647), 272.

liv. Sir T. Fairfax (London, 7
March 1647), 275.

lv. Colonel Norton (Farnham, 28
March 1648), 277.

Ivi. the same (London, 3 April
1648), 279.

Ivii. Col. Hammond (London, 6
April 1648), 282.

Iviii. Colonel Kenrick (London, 18
April 1648), 284.

Letters of Oliver Cromwell. (In Vol. II.)

lix. To Hon. W. Lenthall (Pembroke,

14 June 1648), 3.

Ix. Major Saunders (Pembroke, 17
June 1648), 5.

Ixi. Lord Fairfax (Pembroke, 28
June 1648), 9.

Ixii. Hon. W. Lenthall (Pembroke,
ii July 1648), 13.

Ixiii. Lancashire Committee (Pres-
ton, 17 Aug. 1648), 17.

Ixiv. Hon. W. Lenthall (Warring-
ton, 20 Aug. 1648), 25.

Ixv. York Committee (Warrington,
20 Aug. 1648), 34.

Ixvi. the same (Wigan, 23 Aug.
1648), 35.

Ixvu. O. St. John, Esq. (Knares-
borough, i Sept. 1648), 38.

Ixviii. Lord Wharton (Knares-
borough, 2 Sept. 1648), 41.

Ixix. Lord Fairfax (Alnwick, ii
Sept. 1648), 45.

Ixx. Governor of Berwick (Alnwick,

15 Sept. 1648), 46.

Ixxi. Marquis of Argyle, and the
well - affected Lords now in arms in
Scotland (near Berwick, 16 Sept. 1648),

Ixxii. Committee of Estates (near
Berwick, 16 Sept. 1648), 48.

Ixxiii. Earl Loudon (Cheswick, 18
Sept. 1648), 51.

Ixxiv. Committee of Estates (Nor-
ham, 21 Sept. 1648), 56.

Ixxv. Hon. W. Lenthall (Berwick, 2
Oct. 1648), 58.

Ixxvi. Lord Fairfax (Berwick, 2
Oct. 1648), 61.

Ixxvii. Committee of Estates (Edin-
burgh, 5 Oct. 1648), 64.

Ixxviii. Hon. W. Lenthall (Dal
housie, S Oct. 1648), 67.

Ixxix. the same (Dalhousie, 9 Oct.
1648), 68. (Afp. v. 195.)

Ixxx. Governor Morris (Pontefract,
9 Nov. 1648), 71.



INDEX.



Letter Ixxxi. To Derby - House Com-
mittee ( Knottingley, near Pontefract,

15 Nov. 1648), 72.

Ixxxii. Jenner and Ashe (Knotting-
ley, 20 Nov. 1648), 75.

Ixxxiii. Lord Fairfax (Knottingly,
20 Nov. 1648), 79.

Ixxxiv. T. St. Nicholas, Esq. (Knot-
tingley, 25 Nov. 1648), 80.

Ixxxv. Col. Hammond (Knotting-
ley, 25 Nov. 1648), 81.

Ixxxvi. Master and Fellows of Tri-
nity Hall, Cambridge (London, 18 Dec.
1648), 01.

Ixxxvii. Rev. Robinson (London, i
Feb. 1648), 97.

Ixxxviii.-xc. R. Mayor, Esq., on
Richard Cromwell's Marriage (12 Feb.
to 8 March 1648), 100-104.

xci. Dr. Love (London, 14 March
1648), 106.

xcii.-xcvi. R. Mayor, Esq., on Rich-
ard Cromwell's Marriage (14 March

1648 to 15 April 1649), 108-116.

xcvii. Hon. Sir James Harrington
(London, 9 July 1649), 129.

xcviii. Hon. W. Lenthall (London,
10 July 1649), 129.

xcix. R. Mayor, Esq. (Bristol, 19
July 1649), 132.

c. the same, (Milford Haven, 13
Aug. 1649), 134.

cu Mrs. R. Cromwell (Milford Ha-
ven, 13 Aug. 1649), 135.

cii. Hon. W. Lenthall (Dublin, 22
Aug. 1649), 138.

ciii. Governor of Dundalk (Tredah,
12 Sept. 1649), 147.

civ. President Bradshaw (Dublin,

16 Sept. 1649), I 47-

cv. Hon. W. Lenthall (Dublin, 17
Sept. 1649), 149.

cvi. the same (Dublin, 27 Sept.
1645), 1 S 6 -

cvii. the same (Wexford, 14 Oct.
1643), 159.

cviii.-cxi. Siege of Ross (17-19 Oct.
164^), 172-176.

cxu". Hon. VV. Lenthall (Ross, 25
Oct. 1649), i?/-

cxiu. R. Mayor, Esq. (Ross, 13 Nov.
164(5 ), 1 80.

cxiv. Hon. Thomas Scott (Ross, 14
Nov. 1649), 181.

cxv. Hon. W. Lenthall (Ross, 14
Nov. 1649), 183.

cxvi. the same (Waterford, Nov.
1649), 189.

cxvii. the same (Cork, 19 Dec.
1649), 195-

cxviii. Right Hon. Lord Wharton
(Cork, i Jan. 1649), -

cxix. Hon. W. Lenthall (Castle-
town, 15 Feb. 1649), 227.

cxx. Governor of Cahir Castle (Ca-
hir, 94 Feb. 1649), 233.



Letter cxxi. To President Bradshaw
(Cashel, 5 March 1649), 233.

cxxii.-cxxviii. Kilkenny Siege (22-27
March 1649-50), 234-243.

cxxix. Dublin Commissioners (Car-
rick-on-Suir, i April 1650), 244.

cxxx. Hon. W. Lenthall (Carrick, 2
April 1650), 245.

cxxxi. R. Mayor, Esq. (Carrick, 2
April 1650), 253.

rxxxii. Richard Cromwell, Esq.
(Carrick, 2 April 1650), 234.

Letters of Oliver Cromwell. (In Vol. III.)

cxxxiii. To Hon. \V. Lenthall (London,
20 June 1650), 7.

cxxxiv. R. Mayor, Esq. (Alnwick,
17 July 1650), 9.

cxxxv. President Bradshaw (Mus-
selburgh, 30 July 1650), 12.

cxxxvi. General Assembly (Mussel-
burgh, 3 Aug. 1650), 16.

cxxxvii. General Lesley (Camp at
Pentland Hills, 14 Aug. 1650), 21.

cxxxviii. Council of State (Mussel-
burgh, 30 Aug. 1650), 25.

cxxxix. Sir A. Haselrig (Dunbar, 2
Sept. 1650), 30.

cxl. Hon. W. Lenthall (Dunbar, 4
Sept. 1650), 39.

cxli. Hon. Sir A. Haselrig (Dun-
bar, 4 Sept. 1650), 48.

cxlii. President Bradshaw (Dunbar,
4 Sept. 1650), 49.

cxliii. Mrs. E. Cromwell (Dunbar, 4
Sept. 1650), 51.

cxliv. R. Mayor, Esq. (Dunbar, 4
Sept. 1650), 52.

cxlv. Lieut.-Gen. Ireton (Dunbar, 4
Sept. 1650), 53.

cxlvi. Right Hon. Lord Wharton
(Dunbar, 4 Sept. 1650), 55.

cxlvii. Governor Dundas (Edin-
burgh, 9 Sept. 1650), 59.

cxlviii. the same (Edinburgh, la
Sept. 1650), 62.

cxlix. President Bradshaw (Edin-
burgh, 25 Sept. 1650), 72.

cl. Committee of Estates (Linlith-
gow, 9 Oct. 1650), 77.

cli. Col. Strahan (Edinburgh, 35
Oct. 1650), 81.

clii. Lord Borthwick (Edinburgh, iS
Nov. 1650), 84.

cliii. Hon. W. Lenthall (Edinburgh,
4 Dec. 1650), 86.

cliv.-clx. Siege of Edinburgh Castle
12-18 Dec. 16^0^, 90-98.

clxi. Hon.'W. Lenthall (Edinburgh,
24 Dec. 16*50), 100.

clxii. Col. Hacker (Edinburgh, 25
Dec. 1650), 103.

clxiii. Gen. Lesley (Edinburgh, 17
Jan. 1650), 106.

clxiv. Committee of Estates (Edin-
burgh, 17 Jan. 1650), 109.



INDEX.



257



Letter chtr. To Committee of Army
(Edinburgh, 4 Feb. 1650), in.

clxvi. Rev. Dr. Greenwood (Edin-
burgh, 4 Feb. 1650), 115.

clxvii. the same (Edinburgh, 14
Feb. 1650), 118.

clxviii. Hon. W. Lenthall (Edin-
burgh, 8 March 1650), 119.

clxix. the same (Edinburgh, u
March 1650), 121.

clxx. President Bradshaw (Edin-
burgh, 24 March ^650), 123.

clxxi. Mrs. K. Cromwell (Edin-
burgh, 12 April, 1651), 124.

clxxii. Hon. A. Johnston (Edin-
burgh, 12 April 1651), 127.

clxxiii. Mrs. E. Cromwell (Edin-
burgh, 3 May 1651), 133.

Hammond (Edinburgh, 3 May 1651),
v. zip (App. ).

clxxiv. President Bradshaw (Edin-
burgh, 3 June 1651), 134.

clxxv. Hon. W. Lenthall (Linlith-
gow, 21 July 1651), 137.

clxxvi. President Bradshaw, (Dun-
das, 24 July 1651), 139.

clxxvii. the same (Linhthgow, 26
July 1651), 140.

clxxviii. R. Mayor, Esq. (Burntis-
land, 28 July 1651), 142-

clxxix. Hon. W. Lenthall (Burntis-
land, 29 July 1651), 144-

clxxx. the same (Leith, 4 Aug. 1651),
146.

clxxxi. Lord Wharton (Stratford-
on-Avpn, 27 Aug. 1651), 151.

clxxxii. Hon. W. Lenthall (near
Worcester, 3 Sept. 1651), 155.

clxxxiii. the same (Worcester, 4
Sept. 1651), 157.

clxxxiv. Rev. J. Cotton (London,
2 Oct. 1651), 172.

clxxxv. Mr. Hungerford (London,
30 July 1652), 183.

clxxxvi. A. Hungerford, Esq. (Cock-
pit, 10 Dec. 1652), 188.

clxxxvii. Lieut. - Gen. Fleetwood
(Cockpit, 1652), 189.

clxxxviii. - Mr. Parker (Whitehall,
23 April 1653), IQ7-

clxxxix. Lieut. -General Fleetwood
(Cockpit, 22 Aug. 1653), 233.

cxc. Committee of Customs (Cock-
pit, Oct. 1655), 235.

cxci. H. Weston, Esq. (London, 16
Nov. 1653), 236.

Letters of Oliver Cromwell. (In Vol. IV.)

cxcii. R. Mayor, Esq. (Whitehall,
4 May 1654), 9.

cxciii. Lord Fleetwood (Whitehall,
16 May 1654^, n.

cxciv. CoL Alured (16 Mary 1654),

12.

cxcv. Sir T. Vyner (Whitehall, 5
July 1654), 15.

VOL-. V.



Letter dtcvi. To R. Bennet, Esq. (White
hali, 12 Jan. 1654), 74.

cxcvii. Capt. Union Crook (White-
hall, 20 Jan. 1654), 77.

cxcviii. Gen. Blake (Whitehall, 13
June 1655), 120.

Edmund Waller (Whitehall, 13 June
1655), v. 231 (App.).

cxcix. Lord Fleetwood (Whitehall,
22 June 1655), 124.

cc. Secretary Thurloe (Whitehall,
28 July 1655), 7-

cci. Gen. Blake (Whitehall, 30 July
1655), 129.

ceil. the same (Whitehall, 13 Sept.
1655), 132.

cciii. Maryland Commissioners
(Whitehall, 26 Sept. 1655), 133.

cciv. Gen. Goodson (Whitehall,
Oct. 1655), 142.

ccv. D. Serle, Esq. (Whitehall,
Oct. 1655), 144.

ccvi. Gen. Fortescue (Whitehall,
Nov. 1655), 146.

ccvii. Henry Cromwell (Whitehall,
21 Nov. 1655), 150.

ccviii. the same (Whitehall, 21 April
1656), 155.

ccix. Generals Blake and Monta-
gue (Whitehall, 28 April 1656), 157.

ccx. the same (Whitehall, 6 May
1656), 1 60.

ccxi. Gresham- College Committee
(Whitehall, 9 May 1656), 163.

ccxii. Richard Cromwell (White-
hall, 29 May 1656), 164.

ccxiii. Henry Cromwell (Whitehall,
26 Aug. 1656), 171.

ccxiv. Generals Blake and Monta-
gue (Whitehall, 28 Aug. 1656), 173.

ccxv. Mayor of Newcastle (White-
hall, 18 Dec. 1656), 225.

ccxvi. Cardinal Mazarin (Whitehall,
26 Dec. 1656), 228.

ccxvii. Parliament (Whitehall, 25
Dec. 1656), 242.

Letters of Oliver Cromwell. (In VoL V.)

ccxviii. Gen. Blake (Whitehall, 10
June 1657), 75.

ccxix. Gen. Montague (Whitehall,
n Aug. 1657), 78.

ccxx. J. Dunch, Esq. (Hampton
Court, 27 Aug. 1657), 78.

ccxxi. Gen. Montague (Hampton
Court, 30 Aug. 1657), 79.

ccxxii. Sir W. Lockhart (Whitehall,
31 Aug. 1657), 82.

ccxxifi. Sir W. Lockhart (Whitehall,
31 Aug. 1657), 84.

ccxxiv. Gen. Montague (Whitehall,
3 Oct. 1657), 86.

ccxxv. Sir W. Lockhart (Whitehall,
36 May 1638), 141.

Mr. H. Downhall (Huntingdon, 14
Oct. 1620% 1 57".

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INDEX.



Letters of Oliver Cromwell. (In Appen-
dix, Vol. V. )

Mr. Hand (Ely, 13 Sept. 1638), 159.

Mayor of Cambridge (London, 8 May
1641), 162.

Deputy-Lieutenants of Norfolk ( Cam-
bridge, 26, 27 Jan. 1642), 163, 164.

Sir Samuel Luke, (8 March, 1643),

171.

Hon. W. Lenthall (Lincoln, 29 July
1643), 166.

Sir John Wray (Eastern Association,
30 July 1643), 169.

Sir T. Fairfax (Bletchington, 24 April,
1645), 172.

Commitee of Both Kingdoms (Far-
ringdon, 28 April 1645), 174.

Capt. Underwood (Huntingdon, 6
June 1643), 179.

. A Worthy Member of the House
of Commons (Langport, July 1645),
180.

Mayor of Winchester (28 Sept. 1645),
183.

Colonel Cicely (Tiverton, 10 Dec.
1645). 179-

Hon. SirD. North (London, 30 March
1647), 180.

Hon. W. Lenthall, on Army Troubles
(Saffron Walden, 3, 8, 17 May 1647),
183-185.

Carmarthen Committee (Pembroke, 9
June 1648), 187.

Hon. R. Herbert (Pembroke, 18 June
1648), 188.

Colonel Hughes (Pembroke, 26 June
1648), 186.

Mayor, &c. of Haverfordwest (12 July
1648), 188.

the same (14 July 1648), 190.

Derby-House Committee (Wigan, 23
Aug. 1648), 190.

Committee of Derby House (Norham,
20 Sept. 1648), 192.

Hon. W. Lenthall (Boroughbridge,
28 Oct. 1648), 195.

Waterford Correspondence (2 1-24 Nov.
1649), 196-199.

Lieut. -General Farrell (Cork, 4 Jan.
1649), 199.

Colonel Phayr (Fethard, 9 Feb. 1649),
203.

John Sadler, Esq. (Cork, 31 Dec.

1649), 2OI.

Hon. Sir A. Haselrig (Dunbar, 5 Sept.
1650), 205.

the same (Edinburgh, 9 Sept. 1650),
205.

Hon. W. Lenthall (Edinburgh, 28 Dec.
1650), 206,

the same (Glasgow, 25 April 1651),
207.

Hon. Major-General Harrison (Edin-
burgh, 3 May 1651), 210.

- Hon. W. Lenthall (Edinburgh, 10 May
1651), 208.



To Hon. W. Lenthall (Edinburgh, 13
June 1651), 209.

Mayor of Doncaster (Ripon, 18 Aug.
1651), 211.

Hon. W. Lenthall (Evesham, 8 Sept.

1651), 211.

the same (Chipping Norton, 8 Sept.
1651), 213.

Elizabeth Cromwell (Cockpit, 15 Dec.
1651), 213.

Sequestration Committee (Cockpit,
Dec. 1651), 214.

Dr. Greenwood of Oxford (Cockpit, 12
April 1652), 215.

Lord Wharton (Cockpit, 30 June 1652),
218.

Dr. Walton (Whitehall, 16 May 1653),

"ieut.-Col. Mitchell (Whitehall, 18
May 1653), 220.

Cardinal Mazarin (Westminster, 19
June 1653), 220.

Sir Bulstrode Whitlocke (Whitehall, 2
Sept. 1653), 222.

Cardinal Mazarin (Whitehall, 26 Jan.
1653), 222.

Mayor of Lynn Regis (Whitehall, 30
Jan. 1653), 223.

Sir J. Wilde (Whitehall, 24 March
1654), 227.

Mayor of Gloucester (Whitehall, 24
March 1654), 228.

Cardinal Mazarin (Whitehall, 29 June
1654), 224.

Hon. W. Lenthall (Whitehall, 22
Sept. 1654), 225.

the same (Whitehall, 5 Oct. 1654),
226.

President of Rhode Island (Whitehall,
29 March 1655), 232.

Captain J. Leverett (Whitehall, 3 April
1655), 233.

Colonel A. Cox (Whitehall, 24 April
1655). 234.

Edmund Waller (Whitehall, 13 June
1655), 231.

Col. H. Brewster (Whitehall, 26 Oct.
l6 5S), 234.

Vice-Chancellor of Oxford (Whitehall,
3 July 1657), 238.

Bailiffs of Oswestry (Whitehall, 13 July
1657), 239.

Mayor of Gloucester (Whitehall, 2
Dec. 1657), 239.

Col. Cox (Whitehall, 4 Feb. 1657),
240.

Commanders of Gloucester Militia
(Whitehall, n March 1657), 242.

Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge (White-
hall, 28 May 1658), 242.

the same (Whitehall, 22 June 1658),
243-

Levellers described, i. 263 ; Arnald shot,
266; remarks on, ii. 118-121 ; routed at
Burford, 134.



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Leven, Earl of. See Lesley, Alexander.
Leverett, Capt., Cromwell's letter to, v.

.233-

Libberton, Lord, killed at Dunbar, 111.43.
Liberty of the people, i. 69.
Lilburn, Col. Robert, in Lancashire, ii.

8 ; routs Earl Derby, Hi. 149, and Bear

Park, 119; deputy Major-General, iv.

.135 n.
Lilburn, John, account of, i. 95; his

brothers, 228 ; accuses Cromwell, 271 ;

his pamphlets, ii. 113; death of, v. 87.
Lincoln Committee, Cromwell's letter to,

i. 127.
Lincolnshire in 1643, i. 124, 125, 154-

1 57-

Lisle, Lord Viscount, in Council of State,
ii. 107; iii. 238 n.; iv. on.; at Installa-
tion, v. 77.

Lisle, Mr., in Council of State, ii. 107;
Keeper of Great Seal, iv. 116.

Lisle, Sir George, shot, ii. 36.

Lists: of Cromwell family, i. 17 n., 22 n.,
60 n. : of the Eleven Members, 251 n. ;
of Officers slain at Tredah, ii. 158 ; of
Little Parliament, iii. 200 ; of Council
of State, 1653, 23811.; 1654, iv. 6n.; of
Long Parliament, iii. 243-263 ; of Crom-
well's First Parliament, iv. 18; of
Major-Generals, 135 n. ; of Cromwell's
estates, 165 n. ; of Cromwell's Lords, v.
91.

Livingston, Rev. James, notice of, by
Cromwell, iii. 88 ; his descendants, 90.

Lloyd, Capt., sent to Generals Blake and
Montague, iv. 158.

Locke, John, Tomb of, i. 86.

Lockhart, William, Ensign, i. 236; Col.,
wounded at Preston, ii. 23 ; Ambassador
to France, iv. 228 ; notice of, v. 81 ;
commands at Dunkirk, 87 ; one of
Cromwell's Lords, 91 ; Cromwell's let- j
ters to, 82, 84, 141. See Sewster.

Lockier, Rev., preaches at Cromwell's
Installation, iii. 240.

Lockyer, Trooper, shot, ii. I2t.

Loftus, Sir Arthur, notice of, ii. 188.

London City petitions fora Parliament, i.
pa: for Reform of Bishops, 93, 104;
helps Long Parliament to raise army,
106; fortified, 1643, 130; armies fitted
out by, 172 ; petitions for peace, 231 ;
new militia ordinance, 243; shops shut,
145, 252, 253; averse to Cromwell party,
285 ; lends money, ii. 115 ; Preacher
recommended for, iv. 15 ; Cromwell
entertained by, 56 ; will resist Crom-
well's enemies, v. 132.

London, Chancellor, in danger, i. 90 ;
Cromwell's letter to, ii 51 ; character
of, 54.

Love, Dr., Cromwell's letter to, ii. 106.

Love, Rev. Christopher, notice of, L 164;
ii. 107; his treason, iii. 134; condemned,
136 ; executed, 140.

Lowestoftj affair at, L 116.



Lowry, John, notice of, ii. 130, 131; v. 161.

Lucas, Sir Charles, shot, ii. 36.

Ludlow, General, Memoirs of Cromwell,
L 15; Cromwell's remark to, 243; notes
Cromwell's ill success, 285 ; at trial of
Charles I., ii. 92; of Council of State,
96; Deputy of Ireland, 258; Cromwell's
conversation with, iii. 5; and Cromwell,
scene with, 177 ; Republican, lives in
Essex, iv. 153; v. 153.

Lumsden, Col., killed at Dunbar, iii. 45.

Lunsford, Col., described, i. 104.

Lydcot, Col., at Inverkeithing fight, iii.
138.

Lyttleton, Lord, his running off with
Great Seal, iii. 113.

Mace, of the Commons, the, a bauble,
iii. 195.

Mackworth, Col. , in Council of State, iv.
6n. ; account of, i69n.

Maidston, John, on Cromwell, i. 15 ; ii.
78.

Maidstone fight, ii. 8.

Maine, Zachary, notice of, v. 215.

Mainwaring censured, i. 55.

Major-Generals, the, iv. 114, 198-200, 211;
list of, 133 n. ; abolished, 224, 240.

Maleverer, Col., Cromwell's letter in be-
half of his Family, v. 206.

Malevrier, Lord, Royalist, iv. 112.

Manasseh Ben Israel, learned Jew, iv.
152-

Manchester, Earl, Seargeant- Major of
Associated Counties, i. 144 ; and Gen.
Crawford, 160, 162 ; to reform Cam-
bridge University, 160; quarrels with
Cromwell, 173, 174; one of Cromwell's
Lords, v. 91.

Mandevil, Lord, dispute with Cromwell,
i. 97. See Manchester, Earl.

Manning, Mr., spy, iv. 114, 192.

Manton, Mr., preaches at Installation, v.

Mardike taken, v. 83.

Marston Moor. See Battle.

Marten Henry, M. P., of Council of
State, ii. 96 ; character of, iii. 168 ; a
lewd liver, 193.

Martyn, Sir Thomas, of Cambridge Com-
mittee, i. 114.

Maryland and Virginia, differences be-
tween, iv. 74 ; Cromwell's letter to
Commissioners of, 133.

Masham Family, notice of, i. 86.

Masham, Sir William, in Cromwell's
First Parliament, iv. 18.

Mass, Cromwell on the, ii. 217.

Massey, Gen., how to be employed, i.
224 ; forces disbanded, 226 ; character
of, 226 ; enlists soldiers, 253 ; purged
by Pride, ii. oo ; with Scots, iii. 136;
wounded at Worcester, 135.

Mathews, Col., delinquent, ii. 76, 78.

Maurice, Prince, quits England, i. 219 ;
drowned, ii. 18.2.



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Maynard, Mr., one of Cromwell's Lords, j
v. 91.

Mayor, Richard, Esq., character of, i. j
272 ; letters from Cromwell to, ii. 100,
103, 104, 108, 112, 114, 115, 116, 132,
134, 180, 253 ; iii. 9, 52, 142 ; iv. 9 ; in


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