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1950

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'Index: J', Calendar of State Papers Foreign, Elizabeth, Volume 23: January-July 1589 (1950), pp. 487-488. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75267 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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Jackson, —, 377.

Jacques, 244.

Jamed, Worlock, an Irish lord, 152.

James VI, king of Scotland:
-, letters from, referred to, 113.
-, letters to, referred to, 103, 113.
-, Huntley submits to, 56; imprisoned and then freed him, 366.
-, States' relations with, as good as Queen's, 59.
-, Ortel asks Queen to write again to, 103; summons States to answer, 113.
-, to marry Anne of Denmark, 270; she is going to, 285.
-, Bellamy denies dealing with, 366.
-, bodyguards of, 56.
-, court of, 366.

James, Sir, Irish priest, at San Sebastian, 152, 383.

Jametz, Jamets [duchy of Bouillon, now Meuse, France]:
-, truce at, 28; truce expired, 124. castle in great distress, 48; repulses Lorrainers, 65.
-, troops from, aid Champagne royalists, 84, 179, 196.
-, Lorrainers batter castle, 286; it cannot long resist, 379, 386; surrenders, 394.
-, Lorraine refused Henry III's request not to besiege, 376, 379.

Janson, Antonis, of Dordrecht, 115.

-, Leiven, 253.

Janss., Gerard, letter from, 221–2.

Jargeau, Gergeau, Gergeue, Jeargeau [Loiret, France], 334, 393.

-, governor of. See du Faur, Jean.

Jarsey. See Bourry, Jean.

Jasperson, Berrent, master of the Rose of Amsterdam, 161.

Jeffrey, Richard, deputy-treasurer at Bommel, 259.

Jeffreyes, Thomas, 312.

Jeneson, Mr., late controller of works at Berwick, 371.

Jersey, island of [Channel isles], 97.

Jerusalem [Palestine], 347.

Jesus, society of, Jesuits:
-, Pope heals a, 20.
-, Douai and St. Omer colleges of, 45.
-, Guises' gifts to, 49.
-, Transylvanians expel, 133.
-, convert Otto Heinrich of Lüneburg, 286.
-, busy about Ireland, 338.
-, Bellamy sheltered, 365.
-, See also Holt, William; Kirkham, William; Marshal, Thomas; Parsons, Robert.

jewels, precious stones, 150, 161, 312; Henry III pledged, to Swiss, 326; diamonds, 14.

Jews:
-, attacked in Barbary, 24.
-, slain in Turkey, 164; menaced there, 254.
-, not yet back at Lisbon, 363. See also Mendez, Alvaro.

Jhonis, captain, Leaguer, 287.

J. L., 86.

John, archduke of Austria, Don John, 243.

John XVI, count of Oldenburg, 234.

John, king of Sweden, brother of. See Charles, prince of Sweden.

John Bonaventure, of London, 239.

John Casimir, count palatine and administrator of Rhenish Palatinate:
-, letters from, 218, 364; referred to, 309, 364.
-, replied to States' envoys, 1.
-, Visher worked gold mine for, 153–4.
-, going to France, 188.
-, commends Bassen to Queen, 218.
-, ex-servant of, goes to England, 286.
-, receives Zolcher, 309.
-, urges Queen to aid Geneva and Henry III, 364.
-, arrests R. Bellamy, 364; his account of Bellamy's examinations, etc., 365–6; asks Queen's instructions, 368.
-, executioner of, 366.
-, wife of, 309.

John George, elector of Brandenburg, letter from, 171.

Johnson, Goesen, master of Eagle of Rotterdam, 356.

John William, the younger duke of Cleves, 324.

Joinville, prince of. See Lorraine, Charles de.

Jones, Roger, of Bristol, 172.

Jongema, Yongama, Laas van, Loys, 3.

Jonson, William, of Rotterdam, 280.

Jouise, Mme. See Lorraine, Marguerite de.

Joyeuse, Catherine de, Villars' mother, 403.

-, cardinal of. See Arques, François d'.

-, Paul de, Chatte's father, 403.

Judith, 70.

Julius, duke of Brunswick, dead, 270, 285.

Junius, Dr. John, de Junge, letter from, 177.

Justinues, Justinus. See Nassau, Justinus of.



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