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'Index: J K', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 16: 1604 (1933), pp. 497-500. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112220 Date accessed: 17 September 2014.


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Jackson:
-, -, 193, 198.
-, John, of Spalding, 353.
-, Captain Thomas, of Berwick garrison, letters from, 442 (3).

Jacob, —, author of a pamphlet against the ecclesiastical government, 421.

Jacobs, Jehan, merchant of Bruges, letter from, 443.

Jagerndorf, Duke of, see Brandenburg.

James I of England, and VI of Scotland, King:
-, letters from, 325–327, 362–364, 393– 399 passim.
-, letters to, 7, 9, 21, 26, 59, 67, 109, 111, 153, 342 (2), 351, 388, 401 (2), 413, 422, 423, 438, 443, 448, 450, 453, 460, 461 (3).
-, and cloth trade with United Provinces, 2.
-, alleged plots against, 7, 10, 12, 400.
-, and the priests, 10, 35, 36, 254.
-, to enter London, 12.
-, proposed marriage of, to Lady Eleonor of Medici, 19.
-, and Church matters, 37, 172 (2), 254, 366, 398, 399, 467–468.
-, -, reformation of Prayer Book, 35.
-, -, alleged to give toleration of religion in Ireland, 121.
-, -, religion in Cambridge University, 389–390.
-, household of, exports from Spain for, 39.
-, -, accounts of, 188.
-, -, -, investigations into, 188.
-, -, provisions for maintenance of, to be discussed in Parliament, 425.
-, -, his Scottish and English standards of living compared, 220.
-, illnesses of, 45, 439.
-, and proceedings of Privy Council, 49, 399.
-, warrants of, a refusal to obey, 50.
-, in treaty with the Archdukes, 54, 285.
-, - plan to visit Archduke, 237.
-, -, see also under Austria and Treaty.
-, and Norham Castle, 78, 451.
-, and treaty with Spain, 110, 285.
-, -, takes exception to the styles of the Spanish Commissioners, 223.
-, -, and the Constable's arrival in England, 202, 206, 208, 209, 219, 223.
-, -, -, audience with, in London, 209, 219, 222.
-, -, see also under Spain and Treaty.
-, some letters of, to the King of Denmark, 119.
-, sends horses to King of Denmark, 148.
-, advancement of English officers in the Low Countries urged by, 130, 131.
-, and the Emperor, 155, 156.
-, sends letters to French King, 172.
-, manors of, woodward of, 182.
-, -, value of woods in, 316.
-, goes hunting, 208, 209, 219, 220, 263, 358.
-, and leases of parks of, 209, 217, 222.
-, slanderous remarks concerning, 223, 320, 321, 330, 337.
-, at Wilton, 240.
-, to be at Wanstead, 255.
-, alleged disregard of, 255, 359.
-, a book dedicated to, 289.
-, attitude of, to the Marches of Wales, 325.
-, uses astronomical metaphors, 326.
-, and fishing rents, 329.
-, proposed to be styled Sovereign of Great Britain, 336, 413.
-, his game, care of, 339.
-, remarks of, on hawking, 362–363.
-, -, on choice of councillors, 393– 394.
-, and puritan petitions, 363, 374, 379, 395.
-, his power of appointment of Scotsmen to offices, 363, 364 (2).
-, views of, on Christmas, 364.
-, attitude of, to Papal Nuncio, 366.
-, and Christmas festivities at the Court, 388–389.
-, a sonnet by, 393.
-, plays the part of secretary, 395.
-, argues concerning pensions, 396–398.
-, Memoranda of, 398.
-, and parliament, 398.
-, -, offended by proceedings in, 49.
-, -, dissension with Lower House, 50.
-, -, a subsidy to, 132.
-, -, asked by, to acknowledge himself King of United Isle of Britain, 413.
-, his presence necessary in London, 399.
-, and peace with Geneva, 401.
-, and Border matters, 405.
-, office of Chronicler to, 433.
-, views of, on Union of England and Scotland, see under Union.
-, his mother, see Mary.
-, his father, see Stuart.
-, his grandfather, see Stuart.
-, his grandmother, see Douglas.
-, his sons, see Henry and Charles.

James:
-, -, of London, 134.
-, D., 43.
-, Francis, LL.D., 290, 291.

Jeffery, Thomas, letter from, 278.

Jeffes, Mr., 66.

Jeffreys, J., 314.

Jegon, John, Bishop of Norwich, 407.
-, letter from, 385.

Jeripond, see Jerpoint.

Jernegan, Henry (or William), and his wife Frances, 89, 403.

Jerpoint (Jeripond), Abbey of (Ireland) 139.

Jersey, Ralegh as Governor of, allusions to, 455 (2).

Jesuits, see Roman Catholics.

Jewellery, licence to import from the Low Countries, 441.

Jewels, Crown, bestowed on Spanish Commissioners, 300.
-, delivered by James to Anne, 385, 386.
-, Master, of, see Carey.

Jews, the, leave Spain, 184.
-, robbed by English sailors, 462.

Jhonsonn, Robert, letters from, 158, 159.

John, Count, see Nassau.

Johnestonne, —, Commissioner for Border Causes, 342.

Johnson, Sir Robert, letters from, 336, 377.

Jones:
-, -, of Abergavenny, 24.
-, Edw., letters from, 443, 444.
-, Henry, 458.
-, Mr., a proposed commissioner, 467.
-, Roger, 312.
-, William, 14.
-, William, of London, 183.

Jonsie, Robert, a merchant, 221.

Justice, Henry, 330.

Justice, Lord Chief, of the King's Bench, 75, 339.
-, and weighing of hay, etc., in London, 274.
-, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical, 290.
-, and surveyorship of duties, 331.
-, and filing of pleadings in Chancery, 370.
-, and English trade in the Levant, 381.
-, see also Popham.

Justice, Lord Chief, of the Common Pleas, as Commissioner for Causes Ecclesiastical, 290.
-, and filing of pleadings in Chancery, 370.
-, see also Anderson.

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Karwedoynyth [rectius Karwedvynyth] see Carwed fynydd.

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

Keere, Sir George, 194.

Keir, Mr., 172.

Kelligreye, see Killigrewe.

Kells (Kelles) Abbey of [co. Kilk.], 139.

Kemys, Captain John, letter from, 240.

Kennedy (Kenneday), Elizabeth, Lady [wife of Sir John Kennedy], letters from, 49, 255, 444 (2).
-, letter to, 444.

Kennetie, Sir Thomas, 30.

Kennis, Thomas, 100.

Kent, writs of Elegit awarded into, 22.
-, marsh grounds in, letters patent of rights in, 46.
-, Lord Cobham's lands in, 225.
-, -, schedules, etc., of, 411–412.
-, gentlemen of, minute to, for restoring of Canterbury Park, 422.
-, Sir Philip Herbert's manors in, 439.
-, a lease in, 444.
-, list of borough holders in, 445.
-, sheriff of, see Cromer.

Kent, Earl of, see Grey.

Ker, Sir Robert, Lord Roxburgh, allusion to marriage, of, 326.
-, letter from, 292.

Kerby, Richard, 23.

Kerreue, Sir John, 261.

Kerry, Co. (Ireland), 464.

Kervins Mill, Isle of Man, 110.

Kew [Surrey], letter dated at, 165.

Kildare (Ireland), 56.

Kildare, Earl of, see Fitzgerald.
-, Frances, Countess of, wife of Lord Cobham, and widow of 14th Earl of Kildare, 123, 193, 331.
-, -, and lands of Lord Cobham, 242 (2), 225, 411.

Killigrewe (Kelligreye, Kyllygrewe,) John, of Cornwall, 448, 449.
-, letter from, 73.
-, his brother Simon, 73.

Kilpatrick, Sir Thomas, 378.

Kimbolton, [Hunts.], letter dated at, 202.

King (Kyng):
-, Dr., 309.
-, William, attorney, examination of, 22–23.

King's Bench, Court of, 159, 296, 354.
-, Lord Chief Justice of, see Popham, and under Justice.
-, Judges of, letter from, 349.
-, -, see also Fenner, Gaudie, Williams and Yelverton.
-, Marshal of, 73.
-, a case concerning the Lord President and Council in Wales in, 412.

Kingsall, see Kinsale.

Kingsmill (Kingesmyll):
-, George [Justice of the Common Pleas], 350.
-, -, letter from, 189.
-, Sir William, letter from, 317.

Kingston-upon-Hull [Yorks.], Mayor and Aldermen of, letter from, 43.
-, inhabitants of, letter from, 445.
-, High Steward of, see Cecil, Robert.

Kingston-upon-Thames [Surrey], letter dated at, 304.

Kinloss, Lord of, see Bruce.

Kinsale, (Kingsall) [co. Cork], 406.
-, siege of, 76.

Kirby manor, see Kirkby Malzeard.

Kirkby, letter dated at, 144.

Kirkbyshire, 368.

Kirkby Malzeard (Kirby Mallahert, Malsart), [Yorks.], Lord Derby's manor of, 268, 466.

Kirksanton, [Cumb.], 441.

Knachbull, Sir Norton, letter to, 422.

Knebworth, [Herts.], letter dated at, 176.

Knevet, Sir Thomas, 452.

Knighthood, form for, 445.

Knightly, Sir Valentine, 318.

Knockfergus, see Carrickfergus.

Knollys (Knolls, Knoles, Knowles):
-, Sir Francis, 43.
-, Sir Thomas, an advancement in rank urged for, as English officer in the Low Countries War, 130, 131.
-, William, Baron Knollys of Grays, 138, 208, 392.
-, -, letters from 445 (2).
-, -, report signed by, 146.
-, -, his house Grayes, 316.
-, -, James I compares to St. Thomas, 326.
-, -, an arbitrator in a cause in the Star Chamber, 438.
-, -, his brother Leighton, 445.

Knowsley [Lancs.], letter dated at, 315.

Kyllygrewe, see Killigrewe.

Kyng, see King.

Kynlos, see Bruce, Lord of Kinloss.

Kynlosse, see Bruce, Lord of Kinloss.

Kyrton, —, 309.

Kytson, Lady Elizabeth, letter from, 114.



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