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1930

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'Index: J K', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 15: 1603 (1930), pp. 426-429. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112181 Date accessed: 29 August 2014.


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Jackson, Captain Thomas, letters from, 22, 117.
-, -, statement of quarrel with Sir John Carey, 359–361.
-, -, father and brother of, 359, 361.
-, -, an Irish Jesuit, 149.

James I, of England, and VI of Scotland, King, 11, 52, 58, 254.
-, -, letters from, 9, 20, 25, 43, 44, 65, 82, 87, 99, 117, 299, 345.
-, -, letters to, 32, 38, 47, 50, 62, 64, 66, 73, 77, 96, 108, 144, 157, 203, 243, 248, 249, 253, 278, 281, 285, 286, 289, 290, 291, 292, 294, 314, 317, 321 (2), 322, 344, 367, 375, 378.
-, -, Proclamation of, 1.
-, -, -, references to, 1, 8, 15, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23, 25, 26, 73.
-, -, warrant from, 10.
-, -, houses of, 18.
-, -, coronation of, mention of, 26, 40, 43, 49, 91, 169, 172, 189, 191, 199, 201, 209, 217, 287.
-, -, -, date fixed for, 52, 56.
-, -, -, commission for Earl Marshal, 69.
-, -, -, proposed warrant for provisions for, 69.
-, -, -, proposed warrant for services for, 170.
-, -, -, Commissioners of claims for, 172, 196, 201.
-, -, -, -, letter to, 174.
-, -, -, celebrated at Colchester, 213.
-, -, -, foreign students coming to, 219, 220.
-, -, proposed route to London of, 27, 28, 30, 33, 36, 38, 39, 40, 41, 43, 44, 46, 53, 56, 62.
-, -, and the Low Countries, 30, 244.
-, -, and treaty with Tyrone, 31.
-, -, arrangements to meet Privy Council, 31, 36, 41, 43, 53.
-, -, encomiums of, 31, 56, 58, 138.
-, -, at Newcastle, 43, 44.
-, -, and the new coinage, 49, 52.
-, -, at York, 52.
-, -, arrival in London to be delayed until after Elizabeth's funeral, 53.
-, -, his young sons and daughter to rejoin him with the Queen, 56.
-, -, his schoolmaster, 57.
-, -, and the Duchy of Cornwall, 57.
-, -, supplication to, for stay of felling wood in Brigstock Parks, 60.
-, -, Cecil's disposition towards, 64.
-, -, and the maintenance of Lady Arabella Stuart, 65, 82, 104, 134, 157.
-, -, alleged Jesuit plot against, 66–68, 144.
-, -, to inspect ships at Greenwich, 83.
-, -, and hunting at Enfield, 83.
-, -, to go to Dover, 92.
-, -, and the Universities, 93, 177.
-, -, and the Duchy of Lancaster, 95, 100.
-, -, and Cecil's farm of custom of silks, 96, 124.
-, -, Institutions and orders for dispatch of suitors to, 99.
-, -, orders to Privy Council, 99–101.
-, -, and the bestowal of the Order of the Garter, 100.
-, -, and the creation of new Barons, 100.
-, -, and a claim for the lease of Pontefract Park, 103.
-, -, and the ownership of Durham Place, 111.
-, -, a deputy for, at a christening, 113.
-, -, lands of, in Cumberland, 120.
-, -, at Windsor, 139, 144.
-, -, and an error in a letter to the French King, 152, 153, 154–156.
-, -, and money for recusancy, 154.
-, -, suggested appointment of chaplain to, 199.
-, -, accession of, congratulations from Tuscany on, 213.
-, -, and English piracy alleged by Turkey, 225, 226.
-, -, alleged attempt to secure person of, 228, 231, 233, 238–239.
-, -, hope of his inclination to the Catholic religion, 235.
-, -, and Scottish loyalty, 273– 274.
-, -, alleged to be a Papist, 287.
-, -, declaration by, on accession 346.
-, -, petitions to, concerning the town and garrison of Berwick, 351, 354.
-, -, and the Landgrave of Hesse, 364.
-, -, an illness of, 379.
-, -, mention of letter from, to Elizabeth, 380.
-, -, affirmed a heretic, 387.
-, -, Queen of, see Anne.
-, -, father of, see Stuart.
-, -, mother of, see Mary.
-, -, as King of Scotland, diplomatic relations with Spain and the Archduke, see Spain.
-, -, court of, see Court.
-, -, diplomatic relations with France, see France.
-, -, and toleration of religion in England, see Religious Toleration.
-, -, see also Roman Catholics and Clement VIII.

James:
-, Edward, 265.
-, Francis, 224.
-, John, 265.

Jegon, John, Bishop of Norwich, letter from, 140.
-, -, and the election of the Master of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 150, 349–351.

Jennings, —, [gardener of Lord Cecil] his son brings fruit from Theobalds, 200.

Jennins, Edmund, 126.

Jersey (Gersey, Jernsy), Island of, 232.
-, Assembly of States of, letter dated at, 89.
-, Bailey and Jurats of, letter from, 89.
-, letter dated at, 280.
-, Spanish money alleged to have been brought to, 285, 305.
-, money owing to Raleigh in, 316.
-, governor of, see Raleigh, and Peyton.

Jerusalem, 216.

Jervaulx (Jervaux, Jervalx) [Yorks], 380, 381.

Jesuits and Watson's Plot, 162.
-, see also Roman Catholics.

Jewels, Crown, 214, 380.

Jhonson, see Johnson.

Joanes, Mr., 38.

John George, Prince of Anhalt, see Anhalt.

Johnson (Jhonson):
-, Henry, chief porter of Sandown Castle, 252.
-, Sir Rob., 152.
-, Sawnders, 229.

Johnston:
-, Gawin, letter from, 380.
-, John, Regius Professor at St. Andrews University, letter from, 107.
-, laird of, 353.
-, -, as late commissioner of Carlisle, 147.
-, -, and Border causes, 352.

Jolles, M., 167.

Jones:
-, Francis, 243.
-, Henry, 386.
-, Hugh, 215.
-, Mr., 167.
-, William, deputy clerk of Channel Passage, 119, 280.

Joskens, —, 23.

Jucari, the, 55.

Judges Delegates, see Delegates.

Justice, Lord Chief, of the Common Pleas, see Anderson.
-, of the King's Bench, see Popham.

Juye, Paul, 50.

K.

Katherine of Aragon, Queen of Henry VIII, jointure of, 237, 347, 348.

Keeper, Lord (of the Great Seal), see Egerton.

Kelke, Edward, town clerk of Sandwich, 169.

Kempe, John, 252.

Kemps, Godfrey, 381.

Kemys, Lawrence, letter from, 232.

Kenchurche, see Kentchurch.

Kendal, Vicar of, see Tyrer.

Kendall, Nicholas, 187.
-, -, letter from, 183.

Kennedy, Sir John, wife of, and claims to Chandos Estate, 364.

Kensington, 267.
-, letter dated at, 271.

Kent, 130, 215, 248.
-, Sheriff of, 125.
-, coast of, recovery of a cargo of butter on the, 316, 356.
-, lands in, owned by Brooke, Lords Cobham, 367.

Kent, Earl of, see Grey.

Kentchurch (Kenchurche) [Herefordshire], 210.

Kerkam, Mr., 152.

Kerry and Desmond, county of [Ireland], 348.

Keswick, 319.

Kew [Surrey], letter dated at, 375.

Keythe, Mr., 78, 79.

Kiblewhite, John, 44, 63.

Kieffel, J., student, 220.

Kildare, Frances, Countess of, wife of Lord Cobham, and widow of 14th Earl of Kildare, 56, 83, 112, 220, 221, 243, 276, 309, 320.
-, -, letters from, 313, 380.
-, -, and household expenses, 160, 161.

Kilgram (Kyllgramhowe) [Yorks], 380.

King (Kinge):
-, Alexander, Auditor, letter from, 120.
-, John, D.D., 394.
-, William, master of the Truelove, 106.

King, the, see James I.

King's Bench, 119, 120, 378.
-, Judges of, commissions for, 69.
-, Lord Chief Justice of, see Popham.
-, Justices of, see Gawdye and Yelverton.

Kingston-upon-Hull, Mayor of, 395.

Kinlosse (Kynlosse), Abbot of, 227.
-, Lord of, see Bruce, Edward.

Kinsale [co. Cork.], Spaniards at, 145.

Kirkby Malzeard (Malside) [Yorks.], 376.

Kitchen, John, see Moore, John.

Kitt, Thomas, 252.

Klenricard (Clanricarde) Earl of, see Bourke.

Knaptoft [Leics.], 15.

Knight (Knyght):
-, Francis, Alderman, of Bristol, 168.
-, Gyles, deputy searcher, 145.
-, Mr., 262, 263.

Knighthood, men commend to the King for, 234.
-, of men of mean quality, 62, 361.

Knightly, Sir Richard, 223.

Knoatchbull, Norton, 215.

Knockfergus, see Carrickfergus.

Knollys, Sir William, 49.
-, -, letters from, 53, 385.

Knyght, see Knight.

Knyvett, Sir Thomas, 220, 385.

Kokburn, see Cockburn.

Kyllgramhowe, see Kilgram.

Kyllygrewe, John, letter from, 70.

Kynlosse see Kinlosse.

Kyrle, Henry, under-sheriff of Herefordshire, 210, 213.

Kyrtue, —, a Jesuit, 217.



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