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J, K

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1902

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'Index: J, K', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 9: 1599 (1902), pp. 468-469. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111804 Date accessed: 23 September 2014.


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Ja., Jo., 206.

Jacean, Brother Gerard, of the Order of Minors, letter of permission signed by, 199.

Jackson :

Arthur, letter signed by, 103.

Captain, 39, 147.

John, 397.

Martin, at Branspeyth, 239.

Jacob, Henry, 271.

Jacob's place in the Office of Ordnance, 340.

Jacobson, Benedict, of Cologne, arrested at Dartmouth, 7.

Jacome, Re, 206.

James :

Dr., 117, 128, 413.

Dr. W., Dean of Durham, letter from, 234.

Sir Robt., 181.

James VI., King of Scotland (“the Scot”) and the Scottish Pledges, 16.

new alliance with France, 55.

a mission from the Queen to, 54, 55.

alleged correspondence with Tyrone, 121.

feeling towards Archibald Douglas, &c., 135, 310.

his conduct discussed, 136.

his right to the succession to the English Crown, 203, 308.

letters from, 1, 222.

promises redress in connexion with ships captured, 222.

determined to work for the overthrow of the Earl of Essex, 308.

sends “the Duke” as ambassador to France, 309.

objection to John Colvill, 285, 310, 369, 374.

Jans, James, an Alderman of Dublin, 375.

Jason's fleet, 438.

Jefferey, John, letter from, 380.

Jegon, Dr., Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge University, letter from, 199.

Jenison, W., of Newcastle-on-Tyne, 34.

Jenkinson, Matthew, 301.

Jenninges :

Captain, wounded, 213.

William, lay brother at Rome, 200.

Jermy, Mr., 129.

Jermyn :

Amb., letter from, 413.

Sir Robert, letter from, 38.

Sir Tho., Colonel of Foot in Ireland, 126, 146, 147.

Jerrard, Sir Thomas, 48.

Jersey, Isle of, weakness of, 269, 270.

a suit respecting lands in, 424.

Governor of, 424.

Jessop, Dr., suggested mission to Muscovy, 151.

Jesuits and Seminary priests, 87, 237, 324.

the treacheries of the, 187.

in England, their schemes, in connexion with the secular priests, 203.

Jewel, Mr., 93.

John, Don, an escape from the camp of, 86.

Johnson, Lord, a Scottish nobleman, 33.

Jolles, Mr., army victualler, 88, 93, 110, 196, 236.

Jones :

a servant of Sir Thomas Egerton, 27.

Captain Ellis, 145, 331.

Thomas, Bishop of Meath, letter from, 375.

Wm., Commissary of the Musters in Ireland, 148.

Joscelyn, Henry, Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge, travels abroad, 395.

Joyeuse, Mons. de, re-entry into the order of the Capuchins, his proceedings on the day described, causes of his taking this step, &c., 98, 287.

Juliers, 242.

country of, “road” made into, 356.

Jurden, Katherine, letters from, 179 (2).

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Kalmar (Calmerslott), Sweden, 184.

Kedolfyn. See Godolphin.

Kelley, 147.

Kells, 231.

Kemishe, Captain, 145.

Kennall :

Dr., sometime prebendary of Christ Church, Oxford, 234 (2).

Mr., the brother, 234.

Kennion, Edward, priest, born in Lancashire, apprehended, 295.

Kenrick, Captain, 146, 330.

Kent, Earl of, 436.

Kent, co. of, the East division of, bands mustered and trained, 276.

forces of, disposition of, 287.

Kenyday, George, 232.

Kerry (Kery), Mr., clerk of the Privy Seal, 85, 94, 117.

Tho., letter from, 209.

Kerton, stewardship of, 350.

Keye, Arthur, 397.

Kifte, John, of the co. of Hereford, charges against, 379.

Kildare, 330.

Countess Dowager of, 192.

Lady Mabel, Countess of, 207.

Earl of. See Fitzgerald.

Kilkenny, 330.

gaol of, letter dated at, 280.

Killigath, letters dated at, 136, 152, 247.

Killigrew, Mr., 78, 228.

Kilmallock, 122.

Kilmainham (Kilmaynehym), the garrison of, evil proceedings of, 365.

King :

Mr., of Grays Inn, 395.

John, Archdeacon of Nottingham, 397.

William, a carpenter newly come from Dunkirk, 368.

Kingrode, letter dated at, 111.

King's County, in Ireland, 20.

Kingsmell, Kingesmill :

Captain Ferd., 146.

Captain George, 145.

W., letter from, 337.

— sister of, 337.

Kingston-upon-Hull. See Hull.

Kinloss, Lord or, 353.

Kinsale, 49.

Kinseman Harold, 430.

Kintire (Kentire), lord of, 101.

Kirkbay, in Orkney, 33.

Kirkeman, Frauncis, lay brother at Rome, 200.

Kirry, 122.

Κλερικος Κλερικωτατος, 340.

Knebworth, letter dated at, 131.

Knesall, manor of, co. Notts, 195.

Knight, John, 350.

Knightley :

E. Lady, letter from, 388.

— conserve of fruits made by, 388.

Master, 388.

Richard, letter from, 363.

Knockfergus. See Carrikfergus.

Knogher, one Sir, a priest, 121.

Knollys, Knowles :

Sir Thomas, 42, 61.

— letter from, 36 (2), 64, 70, 123, 124.

— troops sent to the Low Countries under command of, 36, 38, 40.

— exception of his company, 67.

— relations with Sir F. Vere, 65, 123, 124.

Sir William, Comptroller of the Household, 357.

— letter from, 188.

— letter to, 137.

— his wife's sickness, 188.

Kyme, letter dated at, 299.



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