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'Index: K', Calendar of Treasury Books and Papers, Volume 5: 1742-1745 (1903), pp. 908-910. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=92098 Date accessed: 23 September 2014.


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Keate, Joseph, 593.

Keating, Isabella, 101.

Keeble, R., 627.

Keene (see Kien), Benjamin, 210; late Envoy &c. to Spain, 67, 63, 140; Paymaster of Pensions, 655, 846, 694, 712, 795; Envoy Extraord. and Plenipot. to Portugal, 714, 822, 824.

-, George, 289.

Kegwein, William, 385.

Keil, Walter, 220.

Keith, Alexander (Pennsylvania), 213; Reverend, 818.

-, John, 20, 122, 547.

-, -, 3rd Earl of Kintore, annuity to, 159, 180, 191, 203, 396, 413, 429, 608, 623, 633, 796, 809, 824.

-, Mr., merchant, 263.

-, Robert, Secretary to the Earl of Stair, 403, 678, 817.

-, William, 840.

Kelly, Andrew, 790.

-, Henry, 595.

Kelsall, Henry, a Commissioner for Taxes, 649; a Chief Clerk of the Treasury, 111, 585, 787.

-, James, 344, 775.

-, Richard, 567.

Kelso (co. Roxburghe), 58.

Kelty, John, 215, 643.

Kelyngs, W., 286.

Kemp (Kempt), Andrew, 222, 646.

-, Joseph, 698, 764.

Kempthorne, Edward, 595.

Kenderley, Samuel, 839.

Kennedy, Archibald, Receiver General of Crown Revenues in New York, 752.

-, George, Warden of the Mint, Scotland, 462, 646.

-, Hugh, 233.

-, Thomas, 645, 696.

Kennel, the. See Windsor Forest (New Lodge).

Kennet River Navigation, shares in. 276, 290, 312, 364, 366, 372, 379.

-, Thomas, 847.

Kenrick (Kenwrick), Edward, 217, 377.

-, Matthew, a Commissioner for stamps, 218.

Kensington Palace, 50, 504, 515–6.

-, -, Court residing at, 88.

-, -, furniture for, 1, 267, 702, 771.

-, -, housekeeper of. See Kien, J.

-, -, watering road to. See Hyde Park (watering).

Kent, Edward, 217.

-, Richard, Capt., 308.

Kent, county, 145, 376, 380, 439, 490, 542, 740, 843.

-, -, gaol, 5.

-, -, Receivers General. See Baker, G.

-, -, sheriffs of, 120, 357, 362. See Lidgbird, J.; Mason, J.; Whitaker, T.; Cook, J.; Hodsdon, T.

-, -, smuggling, 90, 332, 380, 442–3, 445, 448, 482, 671, 752.

Keppel, Gertrude de Quirina, Dowager Countess of Albemarle, 177, 206.

-, William Anne, 14th Earl of Albemarle, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 604, 619, 630, 642, 803, 819, 831; regiment of 470.

Ker (see Kerr), John, 598.

-, Robert, 2nd Puke of Roxburghe, 58.

Kerfoot, Robert, 651.

Kermont, Philip, 647.

Kerr (see Ker), John Strother, sheriff of Northumberland, 417.

-, Lord Mark, 4th son of Robert Kerr, 1st Marquis of Lothian, 560.

Kerton. See Kirton.

Kethinock. See Cethiniog.

Kettilby (Kettleby), Samuel, 66.

-, Walter, 266, 645.

Kettering (Northants), 455.

Kevill (Revill), John, 256.

Kevish, John, 663, 840, 844.

Kew (Surrey), 469.

Kid skins, 150.

Kidley, Alexander, 327.

Kielmansegge. Lady Mary Sophia Charlotte, 558.

Kien. Jane, housekeeper and wardrobe keeper at Kensington Palace, 158, 177, 192, 204, 397, 414, 430, 609, 624, 634, 798, 810, 822.

Kighton, Richard, 368.

Kilby (Killby), Christopher, agent for Massachusetts, 680, 686–7.

-, Robert, 844.

Kildare, bishop of. See Stone, G.

Killiecrankie (Perth), 464.

Killegrew (Killigrew), Francis, 474, 504, 560, 567.

-, Martin, 763.

-, family, 567.

Kilmarnock, Earl of. See Boyd, W.

Kimmiter, Charlotte, royal bounty to, 90.

Kind. See Kird.

King, John, 2nd Lord King, Outranger of Windsor Forest, 161, 180.

-, Keating, 762.

-, Mary, 23, 127.

-, Peter (Customs), 306, 335.

-, -, 3rd Lord King, Outranger of Windsor Forest, 191, 204, 397, 414, 430, 609, 623, 634, 798, 810, 823.

-, -, Col., 127.

-, William, 127.

King Road, Bristol, 293, 305, 790.

-, Street. See Streets.

KING Charles I. 77, 105, 318.

-, -, II, 52, 77, 318, 688, 747, 824.

-, Edward VI, 77.

-, George I., 232, 243; arrears of, 13, 17, 20, 505.

-, GEORGE II. 232, 550.

-, -, with the army, 313.

-, -, journey to and from Flanders and Hanover, 82–3, 145, 147, 194, 372, 403, 575, 686, 774; Queen's servants and Wardrobe and Greencloth Officers attending him abroad 147, 194, 266, 273, 279, 301, 307, 312, 314, 316, 321, 357, 369, 371–3; baggage and carriages attending him abroad, 262, 263, 296, 379, 404, 488. See Pouchoud, J.; Secretary of State, and his office attending the King abroad, 339, 356, 403, 428, 724, 760–1, 809, 827.

-, Henry VIII, 339, 466, 491, 522, 746.

-, James II, 77, 684.

-, Philip and Mary, 77.

-, Richard I, 21.

-, -, III, 21, 50.

-, William III, 326, 524, 540, 684, 845.

Kingdon, Mrs. Jane, pension to, 4, 26, 67, 97, 111, 124, 127.

-, Richard, 842.

-, (Kingdom), Robert, 471.

KING'S Advocate General and Procurator General. See Advocate.

-, Arms (Queen's Arms) Tavern, Pall Mall, 346, 355, 358.

-, Bench, Justices of. See Lee, Sir W.; Denison, T.; Foster, Sir M.

-, -, prison, 281, 365–6.

-, -, Treasury, 541.

-, birthday. See Alms.

-, Clerk in the Crown Office. See Crown Office.

-, Falconer. See Royal Falconer.

-, Goldsmith, 310, 339, 500, 661. See Minors, T.

-, huntsman. See Lowen, G.

-, libraries, keeper of. See Bentley, R.; Amyand, C.

-, limner and painter, Scotland. See Abercrombie, J. and A.

-, mews. See Royal mews.

-, money. See Lowther, T.; Petty bounty.

-, printer. See Printing.

-, private roads. See Royal roads.

-, Proctor. See Advocate.

-, Remembrancer. See Exchequer Court.

-, share of seizures and fines (customs), 11, 55, 88, 92, 109, 110, 113, 130, 143, 234, 315, 354, 461, 549, 563, 566, 576, 769, 772: Receiver of see Hinton, W.: ditto of Navigation Act seizures, 464, 482, 485, 779.

Kings-at-arms. See Heralds' college.

King's Cliffe (Northampton), 105, 341, 354.

-, Lynn. See Lynn Regis.

-, Norton (Worcester), 301, 380–1.

Kingsberry, Daniel, 219.

Kingsthorpe (Northampton), 282.

Kingston, Duke of. See Pierrepont, E.

-, Simon, 648.

-, (Jamaica), 278.

-, -upon-Hull. See Hull.

Kingswear (Devon), 650.

Kinloch, Sir Francis, 549.

-, James, 435.

Kinnalty [? Kinnettles] (Forfar), 119.

Kinross, Charles, 311, 320.

Kinsale (Cork), 691, 693, 696, 737, 764–5.

-, Governor of. See Ligonier, Sir J.

Kintore, Earl of. See Keith, John.

Kirby, John, 594, 652.

Kird (Kind), William, 486, 653.

Kirk, John, 311, 653.

Kirkcaldy (Fife), 210–3, 215, 218, 260, 320, 435, 466, 643, 661, 724, 840.

Kirkliston (co. Linlithgow), 232–3, 345, 544.

Kirkman, John, sheriff of Coventry, 418.

Kirkstall Ings (Wighill, co. Yorks), 686, 754, 761, 763.

Kirrill, John, lottery manager, 252, 644, 648, 663, 689.

Kirton (Kerton), Francis, 328, 382.

Kitchen (Kitchon), John, 296, 839.

Kitchin, Joseph, doorkeeper to the Treasury, 6. Kitchingman, William, 653, 840.

Kite, Thomas, 214.

Knapton, Robert, 217.

Kneller, Stephen, 79, 304.

Knight, John, 484.

Knight Harbinger, 228, 273. See Cowper, W.

Knightley, Valentine, sheriff of Northampton, 626.

Knights, George, 650.

Knill, Richard, 652.

Knocker, Joseph, 285, 644.

Knott, John, 811.

-, Michael, 256, 434.

-, William, 839.

Knowle Grove (Surrey), 238, 347, 733, 788.

Knowsley, John, 313.

Knox, Thomas, 574.

Knyfton, George and Thomas, 839

Konigseg, Marshal, gratification to, 814.

Krake, Mr. [German Chancery], 328.

Kyvoeth-y-Bremin (Llanbadarn Fawr, co. Cardigan), 124.



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