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Allen B. Hinds (editor)

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1932

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'Index: K', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 33: 1661-1664 (1932), pp. 345-346. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90138 Date accessed: 03 September 2014.


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Kalamata, Calamota [Messenia, Greece], 207.
-, English ship to take guns to, 5.

Kempingh, Reyner, agent for the Knights of Malta in Holland, Dutch set guard over, 156.

Kempthorne, —, captain of the Maidenhead, 103n.
-, to give Janissaries every chance to escape, 112.

Kenrick, Colonel, committed to Gatehouse, 63; arrest of, 209n.

Killigrew, Chilegri, Thomas, groom of the bedchamber, sometime resident at Venice, desire to be revenged, 198; reminds Giavarina of treatment, 206; dismissed to please parliament, 207.

Kingsley, Lieutenant Colonel, arrest of, 209n.

Kinsky, Chinischi, Frederick Ulric, count of, chosen ambassador to Poland, 272.

Kiuprili, Ahmed, Grand Vizier of Turkey
-, Winchelsea believes will be satisfied about Algiers, 78; Algerians fear may force them to composition with England, 96; rebukes Algerian deputies and recommends adjustment with England, 98.
-, wishes to be on good terms with all the princes of Christendom, 102.
-, requisitions Christian ships to take troops to Crete, 112; Dutch resident treating with for hire of ships, 165; cannot be resisted if uses violence, 225.
-, Winchelsea wishes to accompany to Belgrade, 193; high in favour, 282.
-, letters from Charles for, 251; Capigi sent to, about, 253.
-, reply about admitting Portuguese minister, 257; Caimecam promises to write to, about levies for Portugal, 258.

-, Mohammed, Grand Vizier of Turkey:

requisitions English ships, 5; Winchelsea predicted attack on Algiers to, 70.

gives satisfaction to Winchelsea for outrage on servants, 12; promises Portuguese ambassador shall be well received, 50.

Knevet, —, steward to Winchelsea, sent to London with despatches, 22.

Königseck, Chininsech, count of, chosen ambassador to England, 272.

Kuffler, Huffler, Rufler, John Libertus (Gibert), reply about asked from Senate, 142; reply promised, 151; may go to Venice to work patent, 153, 162.



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