Jacobson, Peter, porter of Flushing, slain by soldier, pension to widow, 148.
James VI, king of Scotland, king of Scots:
-, reasons for doubting, 54; Spanish intrigues with, 77; Philip sends Semple to, with promises for aid, 349, 375; said to have promised Spaniards entrance, 531.
-, steadfast in true religion, 349.
-, alleged intrigues of pope with against England, 353–4; asked to poison queen, 354.
-, should be persuaded that Spanish intention to give English crown to Parma, 478.
-, Spaniards have small hope of, as entirely queen's, 539; Spaniards count on rebellion to put in queen's place, 549.
James, Dr. William, dean of Christ Church, Oxford, speaks to Leicester for Wilkes, 12.
Jametz [Meuse, France], 197.
Jans, Catherine, widow of Peter Jacobson, pension granted to, 148.
Janssen, Gerard, has matters of importance to impart to Walsingham, 409, 419.
Jaques, sometime Stanley's lieutenant, not to be trusted, 245.
Jesuits, Stanley entirely led by, 77; to accompany armada into England, 245.
John, Don, of Austria, governor in the Netherlands, unable to attain his designs, 242; violation of articles by prevented peace following, 479; confirmation of Pacification of Ghent by, 540.
John Casimir, Casimir, Casymir, Count Palatine and Administrator of the Rhenish Palatinate, Duke Casimir:
-, part in legation of Junius 33; has disbanded troops, 197; has not near so many reiters as reported, 305, 442.
-, Schenck obtains troops from, for Bonn, 202; Schenck put governor in Bonn for, 224.
-, sharp disagreement with Segur, 306; no sign of stirring, 442.
John George, margrave, elector of Brandenburg, instructions for Dutch envoys to, 484; and for Hohenlohe, 503.
judge marshal. See Sutcliffe, Dr. Matthew.
Julius, duke of Brunswick, will make war in Bremen and Sticht of Munster, 113; expected with forces to serve under Parma, 214; with Parma's army, 275, 537.
Junius, Dr. Junius de, letter of, 33.
Justinus, Admiral. See Nassau, Justin de.