Kaas, Nicholas, chancellor of Denmark, of Spanish sympathies, 326.
Kamminga. See Camminga.
Kampen, Campen [Prov. Overyssel, Netherlands]:
-, garrison of sympathises with Medenblick, 111.
-, attempts should be made to hold to duty, 111.
Kellegrey. See Killigrew.
Kenenburg, heer van. See Egmond, Jacob van.
Kent, county of:
-, lord chief baron applying for circuit of, 462.
-, Parma's flat-bottomed boats likely to land in, 511.
Kerpen, Carpen [Rhenish Prussia, German Empire], letters sent to, via Cologne, 503.
-, governor of. See Lopez, Ferdinando de Villa Nova.
Kersie, Georgio, commands lances in Parma's army, 538.
Kersey. See Carsey.
Killigrew, Kellegrey, Killygrye, Kyllygrew, Henry, member of the Council of State, 88, 517.
-, letters from 7, 10, 14, 16, 23, 27, 30, 34, 62, 69, 71, 87, 89, 91, 94–6, 111, 135, 179, 209, 299, 302, 317, 326, 352, 361, 392, 398, 400, 414, 436, 461, 477, 481, 531.
-, -, referred to, 87, 299, 438.
-, letters to, 49, 69, 90, 95, 124, 188, 232, 346, 352, 361, 364, 366, 373, 377, 512, 514, 520, 526.
-, -, referred to, 299, 397.
-, presents memorial to Council of money disbursed in Low Countries 7; gets Ortel's instructions signed and gives him copy of demands, 16–7; forwards copy of instructions, 23.
-, with Herbert and Ortel at Rotterdam, 16; present at gathering at Hague, 27.
-, recommends captains' accounts to States, 23.
-, has man from Muscovy laid wait for, 28; takes order for stopping Horsie, 94–5.
-, asks leave to return, 30–1; begs for recall, 94, 436.
-, tries to stop proceedings against Sonoy, 30–1; accused of exceeding commission, 35.
-, suggests Gilpin to supply place, 31, 302; question before Council 64; asks what shall become of him, 69.
-, authority confirmed by States, 33; list of documents sent to, 91.
-, to inform States of steps taken about peace, 49, 306; to communicate queen's letters to States in Willoughby's absence, 86.
-, to remonstrate about treatment of Sonoy, 50, 170, 306; remonstrates, 66; to deliver queen's remonstrance to States, 75, 83.
-, warns Russel to look well to Flushing, 54; warns governors of Brill and Flushing of need to be watchful, 63, 70; suspicious of introduction of troops into Walcheren, 68.
-, can do nothing for supplying English garrisoned towns, 69; confers with Willoughby about carrying out queen's plans 136.
-, exhibits act of Council to States, 88.
-, to deal with States about Camphire, 89, 227; to remonstrate with them about behaviour over Russel's troop, 90.
-, puts alternatives for policy in Netherlands, 92; in a maze at situation, 94; feels inability to deal in so weighty affairs, 112.
-, Russel'a requests of, about Camphire, 95.
-, suspicions of Hohenlohe, 112; Lovel will not visit Hackard without advice of, 142.
-, Leicester's resignation sent to for deliverance to States, 125; to inform Walsingham when he received resignation and how he dealt with it, 232–3.
-, asked why Sherley stirred against Brune, 127; thanks Walsingham for favour to brother, 136.
-, proposal to States concerning peace treaty, 159–60; threatens withdrawal if persist in persecuting Sonoy, advises them to satisfy queen, 160.
-, to use best endeavours for compounding factions, 168, 246; offices of referred to, 170, 179.
-, Willoughby to consult about distribution of treasure, 168; decision upon, 209.
-, Dale writes to to help work together, 171; Croft sends to, to understand humours of men there, 175.
-, queen wishes to confer with Willoughby to impugn excuses for ill treatment of her friends, 188; appointed with Willoughby to hear charges against Sonoy, 206.
-, to persuade States to join in peace treaty, 188.
-, queen appoints to accommodate differences in provinces, 189, 233, 390; goes to Medemblik with Maurice, 251.
-, cannot fulfil his charge in absence of Council of State, 217; consulted about establishing new Council, 301.
-, to deal with States in matters of musters, 236; to attend States, 254.
-, reasons given by States to to excuse delay in answer about peace treaty, 237–8; memorial from, for Walsingham, 344–5.
-, informed States of Leicester's resignation, 253, 300; informed Russel of Maurice's designs on Flushing, 399.
-, Friesland desires mediation to compose differences, 281; incessant labours for unity, 300, 302.
-, to deal with Maurice for Camphire garrison to remain, 290; lays matter of Arnemuiden and Camphire before States, 300; going to order matter of, 318, 327, 332–3; instructions to about, 343.
-, sick of ague, 300, 302, 306, 308; back at Hague, recovered, 306; still ill, 318, 361; aged and very subject to sickness, 331–2.
-, urges victualling of Berghen and Ostend, 302; asks for payment to be made to Brune, 481.
-, can vindicate Maurice's innocence about Medemblik, 307; Maurice dealt with about Medemblik and Sonoy, 307.
-, appeals for Gilpin, 318, 327, 478; no one fitter than Gilpin to assist, 331; Gilpin refers to, 482; Gilpin employed to assist, 534.
-, sings Read's praises, 326; refers to good offices of Villiers, 327.
-, finds most difficulty in Utrecht, 327; settlement of differences by, 358; expectation of mediation by, 378.
-, collection of directions to, 344; direction to for Camphire etc., 348; asks direction, 353; goes to Flushing about, 361.
-, commissioners to consult with about claim of Sandwich merchant, 347.
-, only to hear complaints, 359; cannot act without fresh orders, 382–3, 411.
-, Villiers will inform about Geertruidenberg, 362.
-, Gilpin asks recommendation to Leicester, 362; told Gilpin of Walsingham's remembrance, 405.
-, proposal to States of Zeeland touching Camphire, 377, 402; they desire his intervention to compound differences, 377–8, 381, 383; abstract of despatch, 394; note of requests by, 395.
-, business to settle differences between Maurice and Russel, 390; dealings with Maurice upon, 390–3.
-, went to Zeeland to prevent recovery of Camphire, 393; memorial of, about Camphire etc., 394, 414–5; States of Zeeland wish him to be dealer in matter, 402.
-, sorry that treaty foes forward, 393; at Flushing to deal with controversies of island, 397; memorial to States of Zeeland, 398.
-, note by of things in Flushing at taking over, 398; forbids Norris to deliver letter, 469.
-, believes holding Flushing depends on friendliness of Camphire and Arnemuiden, 399.
-, queen empowers to act for settling of differences, 406, 411, 413–4; absent, 421.
-, arrives at Hague and attends Council, 415; leaving for Zeeland, 424; gone to Hague, 476; going to Dort, 478.
-, Willoughby sends to Middleburg for accommodation, 432, 436.
-, dealings with States for Schenck, 434–6, 447, 501.
-, urges States to send men and munition to Ostend, 456; urges Maurice to have ships ready to join queen's, 478.
-, will try to reconcile Willoughby and Russel, 477; particular direction to compound quarrel, 549.
-, urged Morgan to write about removing Drury from Berghen, 481.
-, to represent danger of division to Friesland deputies, 513; and require restoration of Aysma, id.; to restore agreement and union among them, 514.
-, William, Walsingham thanked for favour to, 136.
Kinnel, —, substitute of treasurer in Zeeland, 337.
Knibbe, Dr. Paul:
-, letter of, 480.
-, desires employment with Merchant Adventurers, 480, 498.
Knollys, Knolles, Knollis, Knowlis, Thomas, Captain:
-, company at Ostend, 3, 343, 440, soldier of arrested for dealings with enemy, 30.
-, only absentee captain returned to Ostend, 220.
-, horseband at Utrecht, 343; overthrown in service, not mustered, 440.
-, Sir William, sums due to, 158.
Krichingen, Creange, Thomas baron of, with Schenck at Bonn, 69.
-, brother of, 69.
Krystall. See Cristal.
Kyllygrew. See Killigrew.
Kyrkgate, Kyrkgatt near Liefkenshoeck [Prov. E. Flanders, Belgium], plan to erect battery at, 15.