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'Index: J K', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 18: 1606 (1940), pp. 493-495. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112303 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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Jackson, Arthur, letter from, 190.
-, Helenor, a recusant, commits suicide, 125.

Jacob, —, murder of, 300–301.

Jacques. See Francisco.

James I, King of England:
-, letters to, 22, 68, 85, 116, 135, 147, 193, 195, 216, 254, 329, 362, 379, 386, 422, 424, 442, 444, 461.
-, letters from, 157, 248, 367, 371(2), 372, 373, 374.
-, eulogized by Salisbury, 45, 441.
-, godfather to Lord Derby's heir, 54(2).
-, a book against his title to the crown, 66.
-, his good opinion of French Ambassador, 70.
-, his popularity in England advertised to Rome, 75.
-, draft of a letter of thanks from, to Commons, 89.
-, at Newmarket, 97, 125.
-, referred to in code (Signor Augusto), 106, 119.
-, Coronation Day of, tilting on, 112, 121.
-, and a dispute between Archdukes' and Venetian Ambassadors concerning precedency, 112–113, 121–122.
-, to receive St. Germain, 117.
-, grief at Lord Devonshire's death, 117.
-, his conversation with Archdukes' Ambassador concerning Gunpowder Plot suspects, 122–123.
-, goes hunting, 125, 128, 270, 272, 273, 275, 277, 315, 317.
-, Gunpowder conspirators to spare life of, 126.
-, returning to London, 130.
-, and house of Palavicino, 131, 430.
-, citizens and tradesmen councillors to, 134.
-, signs a general pardon, 142.
-, memoir of, to Duke of Lorraine about overtures to the Pope, 144–145.
-, Jesuits desire excommunication of, 159.
-, desired as god father to French King's daughter, 172.
-, offers presented to, by Catholics, 173, 182.
-, a collection of his letters made by Catholics, for toleration of religion, 174.
-, death of a daughter of, 178.
-, a reported Spanish plot against, 197–200.
-, with King of Denmark, speeches and pageants in honour of visit, 218, 227–8.
-, his marriage with Denmark portrayed in pageant, 228.
-, mediates between King of Denmark and Duke of Holstein, 236.
-, composes letter to King of Denmark, 246.
-, conference of, with Spanish and Archdukes' Ambassadors concerning grievances between England and Spain, 260–266.
-, his testimony rejected in Spain, as heretical, 260, 265.
-, attitude of Antwerp to, 262.
-, his opinion of Count Maurice, 270, 272.
-, his horses, provisioning of, 276.
-, alleged estrangement from the Queen, 280, 307, 317.
-, an accusation of illegitimacy, 280, 307, 318, 321.
-, alleged evil looks of, 317, 321, 322.
-, abusive verses on, 319.
-, desires attendance by a Master of Requests, 324–325, 326.
-, proposes a candidate for a College fellowship, 353.
-, proclaimed in Shaftesbury, 377.
-, his coronation, 409.
-, a present from, goes to the wrong Lord, 445.
-, his goldsmith. See Williams.

James:
-, William, Dean of Durham, afterwards Bishop, letters from, 125, 339.
-, -, suggested as Bishop of Durham, 22, 141.
-, -, royal assent to, 270.
-, -, 436.

Jaques, Francisco, 140.

Jardin (Jerdin), Mons. du, secretary to Mons. Beaumont, 70, 117, 164, 165.

Jarret, Father, ? Gerard, q.v.

Jeanes, Robert, sub-deacon of Douai College, 63.

Jebbar, William, 12.

Jefford, Captain, 187.

Jeffry, Mr., 100.

Jegon, John, Bishop of Norwich, 404.

Jemmett, Warham, letter from, 161.

Jenains [? Jennings], John (Jehan), captures a French ship, 379.

Jennings, John, letter from, 185.

Jerdin. See Jardin.

Jerland, —, 393.

Jersey, 334.

Jesley, —, 142.

Jesmond. See Tesmond.

Jesuits, suspected in Gunpowder Plot, 9, 28, 34, 66–67, 71, 99, 138, 173.
-, -, Garnet's references to, 64, 75–77, 86–87, 95–96, 107–111, 126.
-, -, alleged affirmation by Roman Catholics, 173.
-, intermeddling with English subjects serving the Archduke, 31, 99.
-, accompanying Venetian Ambassador, 68.
-, search for concealed, 92, 174, 182.
-, in Spain, attempt to discredit results of the Treaty, 106.
-, referred to as "Cavalcanti," 106, 119, 137, 144.
-, banishment from England, 137, 159, 173.
-, in Brussels, hold a provincial assembly, 132.
-, become merchants in Naples, 147.
-, alleged attempt to limit wealth of, 147.
-, secure revocation of Papal Nuncio in Brussels, 159.
-, desire excommunication of James I, 159.
-, an English spy among, 168.
-, desire death of Salisbury, 169.
-, in Shropshire, 182.
-, See also Roman Catholics.

Jewell, Mr., a confutation of his sermon, 95.

jewelry, 105, 413.

Jhonson. See Johnson.

Joachimi, of Zeeland, 232.

Jobson, Humphrey, the Lord Admiral's secretary, his action against Sir Richard Hawkins, 258, 259, 309–313.

Johnson (Jhonson):
-, Arthur, senior of St. John's College, Cambridge, 103, 354.
-, Capt. Garbon, 398.
-, John, servant to Mr. Bartlett, a Roman Catholic, 100.
-, Sir Robert, 210.
-, -, letters from, 55, 249, 335.
-, Thomas, merchant, 349.
-, -, and his son, of the Ordnance, 83.
-, -, servant to Mrs. Fawkes, 336.

Johnstone (Johnston), family of, 79.

Jones:
-, Captain Sir Ellis, letters from, 120, 413.
-, Walter, justice of Worcestershire, letter from, 17.
-, -, a priest, 35, 36, 61.
-, -, his son, 36.

Jonson, Ben, verses by, on visit of King of Denmark, 209.
-, epigrams to Lord Salisbury, 413.

Jope, —, captain of Dutch man-ofwar, 20.

Joye, Christopher, 14.

Joyeuse, Cardinal, 139.

Jurden, Philip, examination of, 49.

Justice, Lord Chief, of the King's Bench. See Popham.
-, of the Common Pleas, 42. See also Coke.

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Kaies, Robert, a conspirator in Gunpowder Plot, execution of, 52.

Kaye. See Kew.

Kederminster, Edmond, a Clerk of the Chancery, letter from, 44.

Kelvin, Thomas, 220.

Kendal, [Westmd.], 305.

Kenneday, James, a Scotsman in Calais, 319.

Kent, 93, 325.

Kent, Earl of. See Grey.

Keogh. See McCarthy.

Keswick, copper mines at, 387.

Kettering, [Northants.], 39.

Kew (Kewe, Kaye), [Surrey], letters dated at, 118, 257.

Keyes, (or Cleyes), 196.

Kiene, Henry, 68, 174, 182.

Kildare, Earl of. See Fitzgerald.
-, Frances, Countess Dowager of, wife of Lord Cobham, and widow of 12th Earl of Kildare, 131.

Kinemont. See Kinmount.

King (Kyng, Kinge):
-, David, 115.
-, John, 244.
-, Robert, 53.
-, -, a porter, 23.

King's Bench, Court of, 388.
-, and nonconforming ministers, 162.
-, Lord Chief Justice of. See Popham.

King's Bench prison, 61, 182.
-, two Grahams in, 114.

Kingston-upon-Hull, High Steward of (Lord Salisbury), 253.

Kingston-upon-Thames, 286, 296.

Kington, [Wilts.], letter dated at, 18.

Kinlett, [Salop], 181.

Kinloss. See Bruce.

Kinmount (Kinemont, Dumf.), 80.

Kinsale, [Co. Cork], 120.

Kirkby (Kyrkeby) Underwood, [Lines.], 418.

Kirklaie, Michael, letter from, 278.

Kirton:
-, Josias, muster master, letter from, 413.
-, Mr., Lord Hertford's solicitor, 54.

Kirton Bay, 166.

Kitchen, Clerk of the. See Merrye.

Knaresborough Castle, [Yorks.], armour from, 12, 14.

Knollys (Knowles):
-, Sir Robert, letter from, 275.
-, Sir Thomas, letter from, 413.
-, -, petition of, 414.
-, William, Lord Knollys, 245, 352.

Knowles. See Knollys.

Knowsley (Knowsely, Kously), [Lancs.], letter dated at, 48.

Komorn (Gomora), island of, (in Danube), 33.

Kyng. See King.

Knyvet (Knyvett), Sir Thomas, Warden of the Mint, money due from, 246, 248(2).

Kyrkeby. See Kirkby.



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