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'Index: J, K', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 23: Addenda, 1562-1605 (1973), pp. 251-253. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112661 Date accessed: 16 September 2014.


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James VI, King of Scotland, later James I of England, sends Erskine as his envoy to Queen, 92 and n.
-, letter to, 93.
-, his interests in England said to be opposed by King of France, 93.
-, 104(2), 105, 106, 107, 108, 110(2), 112, 113(2) and n., 114, 115, 116, 117(2), 120, 121(3), 122, 123, 126(2), 127, 128, 129(2), 152, 154, 155(2), 156, 157(2), 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 168, 169, 175(2), 176, 177, 178, 179(2), 182, 183, 184, 186(2), 187, 188(2), 189(3), 191, 192, 193, 194, 196, 197, 199(2), 200, 201, 203, 204, 206, 208, 209, 210, 211(2), 212(3), 213(3), 214, 215(3), 216, 218, 219, 220(2), 221, 222.
-, petitions to, 109, 113(2), 114, 115, 117, 122, 123(2), 124, 127, 129, 157, 160, 175, 178, 181, 182, 184, 187, 188, 190, 192, 193, 196, 197, 199, 200, 201(2), 203(2), 205, 212, 214, 220.
-, his directive on Ireland, 123.
-, reference to his state journey through London to Westminster, 128.
-, his minatory speech to House of Commons at Whitehall, 140.
-, House of Commons's address or Apology to, 140 seqq.
-, Duke of Florence sends gift to, 175.
-, privy seal loans demanded for, 176(2), 184, 185(3), 194, 195.
-, covenants for supply of gunpowder to, 178.
-, bridges prepared for, 179.
-, requested to write to King of France about his detention of English cloth, 190, 209.
-, letter to Cecil, 196.
-, Gentleman of the Privy Chamber to. See Carey, Sir Robert.
-, Gentleman Usher to. See Sandiland, Sir James.
-, Groom of the Bows to. See Glover, Christopher.
-, Groom of the Privy Chamber to. See Carter; Harrison, Thomas.
-, Jeweller to. See Hardrett, Abraham.
-, Master of the Crossbows to. See Lazonby, Richard.
-, Messenger of the Chamber to. See Tisone, Robert; Woodall, Peter.
-, Officer of the Cellar to. See Annesley, James.
-, Sergeant of the Larder to. See Owen, Lewis.
-, Yeoman Harbinger to. See Calvert, Sampson.
-, Yeoman of the Chamber to. See Field, Edward.

James, Dr. See James, Francis.

James, Francis, D. C. L., M.P. for Wareham, member of House of Commons Committee, 135.

Jasper, in the service of Sir John Stanhope, sent with despatch to Privy Council from Rouen, 27.

Jasper, in the service of (Sir) Thomas Edmondes, conveys despatch from Nantes to Privy Council, 67.
-, 74.

Jeanes, John, of Martock, co. Somerset, petition to Cecil, 176.

Jegon, Dr. See Jegon, John.

Jegon, John, Master of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, and Dean (later Bishop) of Norwich, 91.

Jennings, Marmaduke, of Bruton, co. Somerset, petition to Cecil, 206.

Jenure, Monsieur. See d'Alincourt.

Jermyn (Jermin), Sir Thomas, of Rushbrooke, co. Norfolk, M.P. for Andover, member of House of Commons Committee, 132.

Jernyngham, Sir Henry, of Costessey, co. Norfolk (d. 1571), mentioned, 201.

John, King of England (d. 1216), mentioned, 202.

John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster (d. 1399), mentioned, 100.

John (Juan), Don, of Austria, natural son of Emperor Charles V, (d. 1578), mentioned, 16.

Johnson, John, of London, 113.

Jones, Henry, Clerk of the Peace in Cheshire, 162.

Jones, William, of Abergavenny, co. Monmouth, his testimony, 198.

Jordan, Mr [? William Jordan, of Chitterne, co. Wilts], 86.

Joyeuse, Madame. See Lorraine, Marguerite de.

Judges, The, condemn Dryden's petition, 203, 209.

Justices of the Peace, at Hatfield, 3.
-, in Devonshire, 77.
-, in Somersetshire, 176.
-, in Hertfordshire, 195.
-, in Monmouthshire, 198.

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Keeond, James. See Knowde, James.

Kellet, co. Lancs, 90.

Kelling, William, of co. Herts, 199.

Kemp, —, of Dover, Cecil lodged at house of, 21.

Kent, Cecil met on his way to Dover by gentlemen of, 21.
-, Receiver of, 164.

Kerley, —, [? of Stourton, co. Wilts.), 79.

Kerry, Bishop of. See Crosbie, John.

Kerseys, English, seized at Rouen, 208.
-, 220.

Kettering, co. Northants, letter dated from, 107.

Kilbevy. See Quillebeuf.

Kilboufe. See Quillebeuf.

Kildare, county of, Ireland, 88.
-, Sheriff of. See Eustace, John.

Kildare, Countess of. See Fitzgerald, Mabel.

Kildare, Earl of. See Fitzgerald, Gerald.

Killigrew, John, brother of Dame Mary Billingsley, 82, 169.

Killigrew, Sir William, of Lothbury, London, M.P. for Liskeard, member of House of Commons Committee, 132.

King, Dr. See King, John.

King, John, Dean of Christ Church, Oxford, and Archdeacon of Nottingham, 201.

King, William, Captain, English adventurer, his letter referring to proposed expedition to West Indies, 99.

King's Norton, co. Worcester, manor of, 127, 161.
-, Steward of. See Field, Edward.

Kinloss, Lord. See Bruce, Edward.

Kirkoswald, co. Cumberland, 99.

Kirkstall (Cristall) Abbey, co. Yorks, 121.

Kirkthorpe, co. Yorks, provision by will of hospital at, 186.

Knight, John, of Bisley, co. Gloucester, 221.

Knightley, Sir Valentine, of Fawsley, co. Northants, M.P. for Northampton, member of House of Commons Committee, 132.

Knollys, Sir Francis, of Reading, M.P. for (?) Berkshire, member of House of Commons Committee, 135.

Knowde (Keeond), James, in the service of McRory, 87.

Knowles, Thomas, servant in the King's Privy Kitchen, petition to Cecil, 214.

Kregan, Ulster, Ireland, vicarage of, 123.



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