Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 23, January-July 1589. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1950.
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Kaas, Nicolas, a governor of Denmark, 325.
Kabeljauweren, Kabelewes, mediaeval Holland faction, 2.
Kammingha, Camminga, Camynga, Wytze van, Uhytzw, Witch, 4, 344.
Karler. See Carlisle, Christopher.
Kazan, Casan, Kasan [Russia], 246, 247.
Kellegree. See Killigrew, Henry.
Kempe, , English exile, 10.
Kennenburch. See Egmont, Jacob van.
Kent, co. [England], 128.
Kerpen, Carpen [Rhenish Prussia, Germany], 272; governor of. See Lopez, Fernando.
Ketternnbarg, Kettrenberge. See Geertruidenberg.
Keynell, Christopher, deputy-treasurer at Flushing, 249, 258.
Kiel, Kiele [Schleswig-Holstein, Germany], 331.
Kien. See Kyen.
Killbife. See Quilleboeuf.
Killigrew, Kellegree, de Kilgre, Killegrewe, Killegrey, Killigrewe, Killigrey, Kyllegreu, Kyllygrew, Henry, late member of C. of S., 58, 75, 146, 170:
-, letters from, 10; referred to, 5, 10, 280.
-, letters to, 79, 155, 280; referred to, 155.
-, mediated in Friesland, 5.
-, returns to England, 11, 47, 51; letters sent by, 18, 21, 55; leaves tomorrow, 31.
-, Willoughby consulted, about Portugal withdrawals, 29; his memorial for, 378.
-, dealt with States about horse-bands, 39; other complaints to States by, referred to, 229; mediated Sonoy's accord, 214.
-, very kind to Bodley, 46; advised him to modify instructions, 79; and not to ask States for allowance for Willoughby, 116.
-, Gilpin and, 64; they conferred about Deventer, 114.
-, Ortel suggests, as admiralty assistant, 163.
-, suggests alteration in letter, 235.
-, sends beer to Holland, 280.
-, money paid to, 175.
-, clerk of, 31.
Kintsky, Ceinsquy, Ferdinand Christoffel van, colonel. Count William's lieutenant, 344.
Kirkham, Kirkhame, W., English spy, going to Douai and Brussels, 34; Proby pays, 35; news from, 45.
-, William, S. J., English exile, Mitchell deals with, 263.
Kisselbasheland [Persia], 247.
Kles Beake, 297.
Knibbe, Dr. Paul, letter from, 2856.
Knollys, Knolles, Knollis, Knolls, Knowllis, Sir Thomas:
-, letters from, 46, 209, 259, 269.
-, carries off Ottilia de Merode, 11.
-, wants governorship of Rammekens, 46; Morgan recommends, 51.
-, not going to Portugal, 128.
-, goes from Bergen to Ostend, 209.
-, asks for governorship of Ostend, 209; Walsingham refused, 259; offers services to Walsingham, 269.
-, money paid to, 176.
-, company of, at Ostend, 71, 138, 377; musters of, 339, 382; books not sent to Digges, 249. troop of, does not exist, 249, 250; not to be paid for, 128; Norris to raise another with pay of, 147.
-, brother-in-law of. See Morgan, Sir Thomas.
-, Sir William:
-, Kyen gave ship to, 99.
-, money due to, 181.
-, troop of. See Butler, George; Fletcher, Geoffrey; Hensham, John; Horneby; Hughes, Roger; Norris; Stileman, William; Worthington, Charles.
Knyvett, Thomas, marshal of Brielle, 175, 176.
Knigsberg [Prussia, Germany], 57.
Krempe, Crimpe, Crimphaven, Crimpt [Holstein, Germany], 240, 242; secretary of. See van der Hecke, Jors; steward of. See Rond, Jorrian van.
Krichingen, Creuance, Gerange, Krickingen, Thomas, baron of, leads reiters to Henry III, 376, 379.
Krieger, John, Hamburg sailor, 218.
Kurz, Curtz, Dr. Jacob, imperial vice-chancellor, 52, 380.
Kyen, Kien, Cornelis, burgomaster of Ostend, letter from, 99; still in London, 372.
Kyllegreu, Kyllygrew. See Killigrew.