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J, K

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1894

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'Index: J, K', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 5: 1594-1595. (1894), pp. 567-568. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111668 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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Jackson, Captain, 523.

Jacomo. See Jacques.

Jacques, Jacquess, or Jacomo, an Irish papist in Flanders, 63, 107, 254, 305, 331, 515, 527.

— his plotting with Paget, 182, 183.

— his Colonel, 331.

James, —, 520.

John, letter from, 60.

Dr. Thomas, parson of Kingham, 148.

Janissaries, Turkish soldiers, 263.

Jannin. See Jeannin.

Jaques. See Jacques.

Javerino. See Giaverino.

Jeannin (Jeanyn, Jannin), Pierre, president of the parliament of Dijou, chancellor of the League, 248.

Jeffery, —, at Calais, 339.

Jegon, John, master of Corpus Christi College in Cambridge; 381.

— signature of, 268.

Jelley, Jacques, 240.

Jennye, William, 393.

Jersey, 173, 406, 493.

letters dated at, 15, 406.

fortifications of, 15, 54, 479.

governor of. See Poulett, A.

Jesuits, 34, 43, 58, 67, 71, 77, 79, 109, 114, 122, 130, 184, 209, 225, 226, 243, 254, 277, 279, 313, 337, 377, 386, 414, 446, 447, 473, 504, 515, 527, 529.

harbouring of, 25, 201, 248, 276.

banished from France, 43, 124, 125 bis, 126.

French, 123.

General of the Order (Claudio Aquaviva), intercepted letters to, 122, 125.

danger of a schism in France; 125.

provincial of, in France, 124.

Jever. See Gervers.

Jewels, 391, 392, 445, 446, 457, 472.

worth 300l., 206.

bezarrs stone, 3.

a diamond, 33, 37, 38, 68, 94, 280.

Jhones. See Jones.

John, Don. See Aquila, Don Juan de.

John, the Earl of Southampton's cook, 89.

Johnson :

Mr., 445.

Anthony, of Hamble, 86.

— examination of, 85.

Johnston :

Archibald, of Edinburgh, his suit, 223.

Edward, of Edinburgh, 223.

Jols, — a merchant, 339, 340.

Jonas, Father Robert, a Jesuit, 123, 125.

Jones :

—, the examiner, his son in Spain, 357.

Mr. Ellis, a soldier in the Low Countries, 156.

(Jhones), William, Queen's servant, 448.

W., letter from, 193.

— his parents indebted to Lord Burghley, 193.

Jordan or Jurdan, q.v.

Josepho, a jeweller, 3.

Joyeuse (Gioiosa), Duc de, 190, 258, 386.

Juliers, land of; 512.

Juliers and Cleves (Cleave), Duke of, imprisoned by his duchess, 94, 95.

— a daughter of, 439.

Jurdan, —, 227, 228, 229, 245, 528.

Jurymen, 29.

K.

Kafurt, Mr., 449.

Kaines, Edward, a recusant, 326.

— his wife, 326.

Kaiserworth (Keyserweerde, Keysers Werde), on the Rhine, 212, 375, 379.

Kanesham manor, in Norfolk, 279.

Katharine, Lady. See Grey, K,

Katharine, Lady, 294.

Kedwarn, Thomas, 302.

Keeper, Lord. See Puckering, Sir J.

Kegworth. See Palmer, of Kegworth.

Kelley, Richard, of King's Wear, 67.

Kelly, Richard, letter from, 264.

Kelsham, Francis, petition from, 129.

Kemis, Captain Anthony, letter from, 287.

Kempe, Mr. Anthony, uncle of Sir T. Sherley, 211.

— letter to, 200.

— his daughter Mary, 201.

— his wife's death, 200, 201.

Kendall, Thomas, prisoner in the Marshalsea, 291.

Kenilworth, letter dated at, 495.

Kennell or Keynell, —, deputy treasurer in the Low Countries, 155, 169, 183.

Kent, 235, 484.

lieutenant and muster masters of (named), 523.

musters in, 405.

Kent :

Earl of, lieutenant of Bedfordshire, 523.

Susan, countess of, letter from, 465.

Kerk. See Kirke.

Kershope Foot (Kirsuppe Foot), 458.

Kesteven, a division of Lincolnshire, 517.

Keswick, mines of, 199, 206.

Kew, letter dated at, 40.

Keynell. See Kennell.

Keynes, Henry, a Popish recusant, 76.

Keyserweerde. See Kaiserworth.

Kidman or Kideman, Mr., 227, 243, 255.

Kildare, earl of, 440.

Kilkenny, in Ireland, 185.

Killaloe, bishop of. See O'Mulrian, C.

Killigrew :

Sir Henry, letters from, 18, 134.

— his recollections of France under Charles IX., 134.

John, charges against, 519.

— his father's and grandfather's troubles, 519, 520.

— his mother's innocence, 520.

— his wife's patrimony, 519, 520.

— his uncles Harry, Peter, and Thomas, rebels, 519.

William, of the Privy Chamber, 52, 222, 367, 500.

King, Alexander, auditor, letter from, 443.

Kingham (Kinkham), parsonage of, 148.

Kingston, 227, 228, 229, 243.

King's Wear, 67.

Kinnersley, William, 359.

Kinsale, 481.

Kinskye, —, a Dutch captain, slain, 345, 346, 351.

Kirke (Kerk), Sir William, of Scotland, 144.

Kirk Oswald house or castle, 443.

Kirsuppe. See Kershope.

Kirtling, letters dated at, 188, 357, 381, 417.

Kisbie, Robert, “the minister,” petitions to be delivered from prison, 103.

Kissaige, William, 426.

Kitche, —, master gunner at Calshot Castle, 84, 87, 90.

Knevett, or Knivett :

Philip, son of Sir Thomas, 392.

Sir Thomas of Buckenham, extent of his lands, 392.

Thomas, 524.

Knight, Thomas, Rouge Croix Pursuivant, 518.

Knightley, Sir Richard, 524.

Knock, near Embden, 258.

Knolles or Knowles, Mr., 343, 344.

Sir Francis, 523 bis.

Knollys, Sir Thomas, 240.

Knowles, Sir Francis, treasurer of the Household, 218.

— letter from, 203.

Komora. See Comorn.

Kyffin, Maurice, ode by, 502.

Kyrse, Nicholas, alias Skeers, servant to the Earl of Essex, arrested, 139.



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