K., the young. See James VI, king of Scotland,
Kadzand, Cadsand, Cassand, Cassant, Causyant [Prov. Zeeland, Netherlands], 146.
enemy enters, 94
-, enemy's camp in, 107, 139, 176, 259, 261, 263
-, Parma withdraws forces from, to prevent relief of Sluys, 195
-, plan to relieve Sluys by, 258.
Parma building forts in, 336.
-, Campen [Prov. Overyssel, Netherlands], Sonoy ordered to secure, 4
-, to be defended as key to W. Friesland, 164.
decree made at, giving queen government, 489.
Kenenburg, heer van. See Egmond, Jacob van.
Kennett, —, man of Sir Thomas Sherley, few funds in hands of, 447.
-, county, levies from for Netherlands, 104
-, query about pioneers, 487.
Leicester urges need of guarding coast, 402.
Kernes. See Irish.
Kersey, —, captain of footbands, 291.
Kersey. See under cloth.
Killigrew, Kiligrew, Killegrew, Henry, assistant in Council, 290.
treasurer and paymaster of the ordnance, 375.
letters to, 218, 338.
-, referred to, 17.
letters from, 223, 307, 403, 417, 443-4, 458-9.
-, referred to, 172, 196, 227, 419, 423, 466.
instruction to, as regards Maurice and Hohenlohe, 129-30.
Leicester commends, 153, 199, 221
-, Leicester remits business to, 218, 226.
points out to States limits of queen's aid, 158.
Buckhurst sees before leaving, 167
-, Buckhurst to answer upon, 187
-, Buckhurst informs of whole course of negotiation with States, 194, 213.
party to conference, 189
-, notes on conference with Leicester, 198.
Leicester asks for truth about Hohenlohe's action, 196
-, pay of, 425.
to tax States with causing loss of Sluys, 218
-, report of proceedings with the States, 223
-, informs States of queen's displeasure, 484.
to be sent to treat about cessation, 229
-, of too great quality to go, id.
sent to States of Holland, 246, 250
-, sent to Hague, 263.
tired of dealing with States about accounts, 257
-, Leicester commits particulars of daily proceedings to, 306.
fears matters will go from bad to worse, 268
-, at conference about giving satisfaction to Leicester, 285.
statement on peace negotiations before, 272
-, Leicester makes peace proposal by, 355, 373, 377.
takes exception to opening of governor's letters, 330.
charges from Leicester to Council and States, 338-9, 343
-, Herbert to go to States with, 365.
Burnham will consult about money for Sidney, 340.
can bear witness to change made by peace proposals, 383
-, rereports Maurice's persuasions against peace, 419
-, thinks opponents of peace will prevail, 423.
informs Digges of articles sent by Burghley, 440
-, claims to have helped Sherley, Digges and Hunt, 443.
Leicester summons to Flushing, 443
-, urges Leicester to provide for safety of cautionary towns, 459.
hoped to return with Leicester, 443
-, desire for speedy recall, 444, 459.
has no plan for defence of Provinces to submit to Burghley, 443.
-, —, teller of the exchequer, return of, 393
-, note of accounts of, 455.
Kimedoncius, Jacob, minister thanks queen, 3.
King's Lynn, Lynn, co. Norfolk, Wilkes' grant to make salt at, 66.
Kingston upon Hull
-, Hull, co. York, Wilkes' grant to make salt at, 66
-, port for embarking levies, 104.
Kintsky, Kynske, Capt., Ferdinand Christopher von, German in States' pay, 179.
-, Clundart, the Clunder [Prov. N. Brabant, Netherlands], governor favours Hohenlohe, 175
-, Hohenlohe has under charge, 183.
-, governor of. See Krichingen, Thomas, baron of.
Knibbe, Paul, bailly of Flushing, confession of Gusman before, 114-5.
Knollys, Knollis, Thomas, captain of footbands, 290.
-, -, Sir William, captain of lances and of footbands, 290.
horseband of, pay, 426.
-, Knevett, Capt. Thomas, in charge of levies from Middlesex, 104
-, Leicester suggests for command, 221.
marshal at Brill, pay, 426.
letters from, 296, 332, 445, 460.
Krichingen, Kriekendon, Creange, Thomas, baron of, governor of Zevenberghen and Klunder, favours Hohenlohe, 175.
leaves for own country, 264
-, well affected to queen, 411.
Kynske. See Kintsky.