Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 3, 1702-1707. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1874.
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Katherine, Queen Dowager. See Queen Dowager.
Kaye, Josiah, blacksmith, charges for presses for the Cotton Library; xci. 66.
Keeling, Josiah, late clerk of the bakehouse, pension for discovery of the Rye House Plot; lxxxiv. 75.
Keen, Richard, payments to, for catching a highwayman; lxxxiii. 25.
Keeper of [State?] Papers; lxxxiv. 126.
Keepers' lodges in one of the forests, repair of; lxxxix. 122.
Keightley, Thomas, Esq., his daughter's annuity; lxxxvi. 117.
Kellum, Col., memorial; ci. 76.
Kelly, Mr. William; lxxxix. 144.
Kemp, John, assay master to the Queen, and others, mines, &c. discovered by; cii. 50.
Kendal, Col., late governor of Barbadoes; lxxxvii. 18.
-, justices of the peace and mayor of, certificate; ci. 14.
Kendrick, William, estreated recognizance; xciii. 11.
Kenn, Bishop, royal charity granted to, &c.; xcvii. 98.
Kennett, White, D.D., curate of Aldgate, petition to prosecute his title; lxxxvii. 111.
Kennington, claim for repairs at; xcv. 27.
-, great plantation at; xcii. 55.
Kensington; lxxxii. 22; xciv. 62.
-, Gardens, work done in, and estimates; lxxxiv. 61, 133; lxxxv. 85; lxxxvi. 24; lxxxvii. 55; lxxxix. 48; xci. 9, 123.
-, guard houses at; xciv. 140.
-, house and wardrobe keeper at; lxxxiv. 137.
-, inhabitants of, for assistance in paying for their organ; lxxxiii. 28.
-, H.M. lodgings at, an inlaid table set up in; xc. 44.
-, new rooms, &c. at, estimate for; xcviii. 85.
-, two late purveyors at; xcvi. 86.
-, his late Majesty's stables at, deputy surveyor of; xcvii. 9.
-, work at; lxxxvi. 78; lxxxviii. 32; xcix. 100.
Kent, coast of, riding officers on the; xcv. 24.
-, -, -, surveyor general of; lxxxvi. 25.
-, -, visitation of; lxxxi. 18.
-, -, wool shorn on the, the registering of, appointed by law; ci. 61.
-, co. of, fee farm rents in, escheated to the crown; ci. 19.
-, dragoons quartered in; xcviii. 35.
-, estate of Countess of Sussex in, money raised on; lxxxv. 128.
-, Earl of, Lord Chamberlain; xciii. 97; xcvi. 64.
-, Marquis of, presents to the Morocco ambassador; cii. 17.
-, Charles, merchant of London; lxxxix. 143.
-, William, late receiver general for Lancaster; lxxxii. 71.
Kentish rising for K. Charles II.; xciii. 15.
Key, John; lxxix. 102.
-, -, clothier, petition; xci. 42.
Keymen, a list of the; xciv. 98.
Keysersfeldt, Mons. the Elector of Treves' minister at the Hague; lxxxvii. 14.
Kickesies, Charles, Esq., served his Majesty in the Irish Parliament, pension; xcviii. 8.
Kidd, Capt., the pirate, treasure taken with; lxxxiii. 75; xciv. 110.
Kidgell, Wm. and Eliza, petition; lxxxix. 95.
Kilkenny, removal of linen manufacture to; xcvii. 51; xcviii. 101; ci. 18; cii. 18, 29, 55, 83.
Killigrew, Dame Barbara, last favour asked by; ciii. 49.
-, Elizabeth, petition on behalf of her father; lxxxix. 28.
-, Dame Frances, widow of Sir Peter; xciii. 18; xcvii. 84.
-, Mr. Henry, 40 years groom of the bedchamber; lxxxi. 9; lxxxiii. 70; lxxxv. 75; xc. 110.
-, Mr., or Sir Peter, controversy as to limits of Falmouth; lxxxvi. 2; lxxxvii. 121.
-, -, late receiver of coinage duties of tin, for employment of his son; lxxxvii. 67.
-, Sir Robert, first gentleman of the Privy Chamber; lxxxii. 9.
-, Mr. Wm.; lxxxviii. 76.
-, -, his bad circumstances, &c. lxxxix. 28.
Killmackeoke, in co. of Dublin, Queen's title to lands of; xciii. 132.
Killmore, mention of; lxxxv. 74.
Kilmodimoge, in the co. of Kilkenny, a small estate in; xcvii. 66.
King, the late, conspirators to assasinate, proceedings against; lxxxiv. 132.
-, -, funeral expenses of; lxxix. 100; lxxxix. 148.
-, Mr.; xcvii. 91; xcviii. 3.
-, Mr. G., sent with the Order of the Garter to three foreign princes; xcix. 86.
-, Mr. Gregory; ciii. 104.
-, -, in office of Controllers of the accounts of the Army; xcviii. 82; ciii. 46.
-, -, Esq., Lancaster Herald, for salary; lxxxix. 139.
-, -, -, secretary to the commissioners for public accounts; lxxxviii. 2.
-, Lieut.-Col. Thos., memorial as to date of his commission; xcv. 106.
-, Street, Westminster; lxxxi. 29; lxxxvii. 128; xcvii. 70.
-, William sloop, extract from the journal of; lxxxvi. 10.
King's county (N. America); xci. 24; ci. 32.
-, declaration, by whom dispersed; lxxx. 66.
-, Grove, Waltham Forest; lxxxix. 93.
-, preachers; lxxx. 21.
Kingston-upon-Thames, case of, as to taxes; xciii. 25.
Kinnoul, the Earl of, arrears, &c. to; lxxix. 83.
Kinsale; lxxxvii. 78; xcviii. 5.
-, Lord, daughter of; lxxx. 88.
-, port of, lighthouse in the; xci. 71 (pp. 283, 284).
-, H.M. ship, late commander of; xcii. 76.
Kinsman, Richard, Esq., and Lucy his wife, petition; xcviii. 79.
Kirkcaldy; cii. 1.
-, late collector of; civ. 15.
Kirke, Lady Mary, petition; lxxxviii. 30.
-, Major-Genl., fleet commanded by; lxxxv. 74.
-, Percy, Esq., housekeeper of the palace of Whitehall; lxxxviii. 30; ciii. 97.
-, Thomas, Esq., H.M. consul and agent for prizes at Genoa; xci. 86; xciv. 19; xcvii. 43; c. 52.
Kirktown; civ. 37.
Kirton, stewardship of; lxxxi. 94.
-, in Lindsey, tenants and suitors of the manor and soke of (duchy of Cornwall); lxxxiii. 31; lxxxv. 130, 140.
Knaighton, Radnorshire; lxxx. 131.
Knatchbull, Edward, Esq., appointment by; xciii. 5.
-, Sir Thomas, Bart., commissary-general of two late marine regiments; lxxix. 117; lxxxvi. 144; ci. 46, 54.
Kneller, Sir Godfrey, principal painter to their late Majesties; lxxxiii. 91; xciv. 26.
Knight, Mr. John; lxxxix. 45.
-, Robert, grocer, petition; ci. 59.
Knightsbridge, as to the Master of the Rolls' house at; xcii. 115.
Knowle Grove, in parish of Egham, taxes for; lxxxv. 117.
Knox, Mr. or Thomas, surveyor general of the coasts of Ireland, for prevention of wool export, &c.; lxxxvii. 79; lxxxix. 110; xcix. 14; c. 27; ci. 8.
Knype, George, of Semley, in co. of Wilts, gentleman, outlawry of; lxxxvi. 70.