Index: J, K

Pages 671-683

Calendar of Border Papers: Volume 1, 1560-95. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1894.

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Jack, John: his arms, p. 57.
-, Willson: his arms, p. 61.

Jackson, Adam: his arms, p. 58.
-, And.: horseman, Doddington, p. 157.
-, Anth. (2): their arms, p. 56.
-, Anth.: his arms, p. 58.
-, Christofer: billman, p. 44.
-, Christofer: unarmed, p. 59.
-, Cuthbert: his arms, p. 59.
-, Edm.: bowman, p. 62.
-, John, elder, younger, &c. (3): their arms, p. 40.
-, John: unfurnished, p. 45.
-, John: unfurnished, p. 48.
-, John: bowman, p. 49.
-, John: his arms, p. 54.
-, John (3): their arms, p. 55.
-, John (2): their arms, p. 56.
-, John: his arms, p. 61.
-, John: nag, &c., p. 62.

Jackson, John: nag, &c., p. 64.
-, John: billman, p. 65.
-, Lawrence: bowman, p. 53.
-, Leonard: his arms, p. 55.
-, Lyones: bowman, p. 45.
-, Mungo: his arms, p. 56.
-, Nic.: his arms, p. 55.
-, Peter: unfurnished, p. 49.
-, Randolph: pensioner, Berwick, p. 274.
-, Raph: horseman, Scremerton, p. 159.
-, Raph: horseman, Chatton, p. 160.
-, Ric.: his arms, p. 38.
-, Ric.: absent, p. 47.
-, Ric. (2): bowmen, p. 49; (1) absent, p. 49.
-, Ric., elder and younger: nags, &c., p. 62.
-, Rob.: unfurnished, p. 44.
-, Rob.: bowman, p. 52.
-, Rob. (2): their arms, p. 56.
-, Rob.: his arms, p. 61.
-, Rob.: horseman, Ewerd, p. 157.
-, Rob. (2): horsemen, Chatton, p. 160.
-, Roger: billman, p. 62.
-, Rowland: unfurnished, p. 47.
-, Rowland: his arms, p. 59.
-, Symond: bowman, p. 47.
-, Tho., of Berwick: "mortgagee," his action, p. 16; tenants expelled by, p. 17.
-, Tho.: his arms, p. 38.
-, Tho.: unfurnished, p. 48.
-, Tho.: unfurnished, p. 49.
-, Tho.: his arms, p. 54.
-, Tho.: unarmed, p. 56.
-, Tho.: his arms, p. 60.
-, Tho.: (2): bowmen, p. 62.
-, Tho.: nag, &c., p. 64.
-, Tho.: horseman, Scremerton, p. 159.
-, Tho.: pensioner, Berwick, p. 274.
-, William: his arms, p. 38.
-, William: his arms, p. 39.
-, William: his arms, p. 40.
-, William: his arms, p. 42.
-, William: unfurnished, p. 45.
-, William: bowman, p. 49.
-, William (2): billmen, p. 62; younger: bowman, p. 62.
-, William: billman, p. 64.
-, William: bowman, 92.
-, William: horseman, Shorswood, p. 159.
-, William: horseman, Chatton, p. 160.

Jakes, Thomas: spoiled, p. 431.

James VI.: Randolph's low opinion of his dealings with Elizabeth and choice of envoys, 96; his orders to Lord Seton to restore English goods, 97, 98; sends men to Cesford, 99; letter sent to Scrope, 103; his intended entail of his crown, 105; his visits to the West, Glasgow, &c. (Sept. 1581), 107; his French guard, 107; at Hamilton (30th Sept.), 109; intended convention, 109; his religion and good will to England doubtful, p. 76; expected at Edinburgh in eight days (3rd Oct.), 111; his parliament there (13th Oct.), 112; refuses to pardon his father's murderers (Nov.), 113, 114; proposal to marry the Princess of Denmark (11th April 1582), 116; expects a French force (26th April), 119; displeased at the clerical opposition to the bishop of Glasgow, 119; they deny his supremacy and power to make bishops (May), 120; his mother's letter to him stopped at Berwick, 121; is at Kinniel with Arran, 121; his love for Lennox, and kissing him in public, &c., 121; his mother's letter sent on to him (15th May), 122; is at Stirling with Lennox, and receives six horses from the Duke of Guise, 122; Mr John Dury advises him to refuse them, lectures him on continence, &c., and receives his assurance of orthodoxy and cleanness of body, 122; receipt by Hume for Queen Mary's letter, p. 84; asks a pass at Berwick for Sir John Seyton (24th May), 124; writes to his mother and Elizabeth from Stirling (June), 128; writes to Lord Scrope on delay of justice on his march (16th June), p. 87; despatches John Colvile with letters to Elizabeth (Dec.), 142; his license to Fernihurst to go abroad for five years (16th Dec.), p. 92; rides off from Falkland to St Andrews (27th June 1583), 163; discharges Mar from Court, 163; at Stirling (12th Oct.), receives petitions from the commission of assembly, 178; sends James Colville to London (4th Nov.), 184; appoints Seton ambassador to France, 184; his letter to Cesford, 185; orders Bothwell to leave Angus and Mar, 186; his complaints against Scrope, 187; sends the Archbishop of St Andrews to Elizabeth (20th), 188; is at Edinburgh, and receives the late Duke of Lennox's son with affection, 188; his severity to Angus and his friends, and appearance of Andrew Melville before him (Feb. 15834), 202; enraged at Andrew Melville's wise answers, and remands him (Feb. 15834), p. 129; calls the heads of the borders before him (18th March), 204; his hard dealing with the clergy, 205; meetings at Perth, against him and favouritessummons the borders to his aid (2nd April), 206; sends for Morton and Johnston, 212; his measures against Gowrie and other nobles (20th), 213; dealings with Liddesdale chiefs, &c. (23rd), 214; orders Bothwell and Cesford to return to their charges, &c. (26th), 215; offended by English Grames' incursions, while the Liddesdale men joined him, 219; declares Angus, Mar, &c. rebels, 220; ill pleased at Maxwell not joining him (1st May), 221; Robert Leviston his servant passes Berwick to Court (7th), 224; Seton and Feruehurst arrive with money for him, his order to Bothwell, &c. (17th), 228; Scrope's answer to, by Davison, touching outrages (12th June), 234; message to the English council (20th), 237; gives Davison "good words" in plenty (24th), 238; his "bent" shown by foreign letters (25th), 239; letter of rebuke to Cesford for slackness in duty (July), 242; blames Scrope also, 243; appoints Johnston warden of West Marches and provost of Dumfries (13th), 246; charges the ministers with rebellion, &c., 246; flies from Perth to Stirling for fear of the plague at Court, and stops the passage of the Forth (30th Sept.), 258; summons Johnston to appear for offences by the English Grames (Nov. 1584), 264; to Hunsdon, that Cesford replaced as warden by Fernihurst (6th), 265; Walsingham disclaims any thought of seeking his favour as successor to Elizabeth (7th Nov.), p. 166; new plot against him, by Drumwhassel, &c. (6th Feb. 15845), p. 172; sends the justice-clerk to England to demand them (16th), 285, 286; summons Maxwell to appear and deliver keys of his houses (March), 291; displeases Bothwell, 292; displeased at Maxwell's doings (9th April), 307; gives earldom of Morton to the "young Duke," commands Lord Claud to leave Scotland, 307; is sending Col. Steward against Maxwell (20th), 305; (13th May), 314; Johnston gone to, for more force (23rd), 316; Orkney and Shetland demanded of him, and his secret conference with the Danish ambassador (20th June), 322; his promises to the Hamiltons broken by Arran's means, 328; refuses Maxwell's proposals (29th July), 333; proclaims Lord Russell's supposed murderers rebels (July 1585), 336; expected at Stirling (21st Aug.), 340; Fernihurst appears before him and the Council, 341; sends for Herries, who excuses himself (12th Sept.), 347; his plot to surprise Maxwell and release Johnston discovered (20th), 349; thought he will come to Ayr to take leave of Arran (21st Sept.), 350; sends again for Herries, 353; his design against Lord Maxwell (Oct.), 361; his perplexity at the ambassador's demand for Fernehurst (12th), 366; sends his answer by Mr George Young (16th), 367; his departure to Kencarne and Montrose, 368; is now at Stirling with Arran (23rd Oct.), 376; besieged in Stirling castle (2nd Nov.), 385, 387; leaves for Linlithgow with the lords, who make new officers of his household, &c. (9th Nov.), 388; his person in Glammis' charge, 388; signs warrants for castles, 388; at Linlithgow, furnished from Kinniel (13th), 389; on good terms with the lords, and hunts daily (14th), 390; his attempt to escape from Stirling castle (on 2nd), defeated by chance, 392; appoints a parliament for 1st Dec. (18th), 392; to decide between Bothwell and Coldingham, 393; Arran's favourers about him dismissed (24th), 394; leaves Linlithgow for Enderleath near Edinburgh (28th), 400; his secret dealings with Arran (13th Jan. 15856), 404; is at Crichton with Bothwell (14th), 405; French ambassador's commission sent there, 405; to receive him at Holyrood on 19th, decision as to Lord Maxwell and Jesuits, &c. (16th), 406; examines Maxwell and sends him to the castle (20th), 407; received the ambassador on Sunday, 407; gives Angus Dalkeith, and Lennox Methven (24th), 408; his threats against Maxwell for the mass (26th), 409; offended at the French King, orders Arran's departure (31st), 410; reconciles the Hamiltons and Douglases, his French leanings, &c. (13th Feb.), 414; Randolph sent to him (24th), 417; he confers with Sir W. Steward, 417; licenses Archibald Douglas to return and confer privately with him (24th April), 422; his dispute about riding with Bothwell and Mar, and goes without them (27th), 422; puts Carr of Anerum, &c. to the horn (July), 440; writes to Elizabeth by Archibald Douglas (10th Sept.), 448; expected to restore Arran, 448; sends Mr W. Keith to Elizabeth (29th Oct.), 462; shows Lord Hamilton a letter accusing him of conspiracy against Elizabeth (Nov.), 465; his letter about Lady Johnston, p. 239; sends Gray as ambassador to Elizabeth (19th Dec.), 471; writes to Hamilton to release Johnston (Dec. 1586), 478; sends for Lord Maxwell (14th Feb. 15867), 484; inquiry made of his "mind to peace" on his mother's death (16th), 485; Robert Carey asks his licence to enter Scotland (19th), 490; his messages to Carey (22nd-25th), and refusal to see him, 490; takes his mother's death "in very evil part," &c., 490; commands outrages from Liddesdale (26th), 491; sends to the northern lords and expected to pardon Maxwell (7th March), 492; sent Sir William Steward and Robert Melvin to Middle Marches, p. 249; laird of Restalrig with him, anger at his mother's death, 494; dealings with France, &c., and views on crown of England, p. 250; rumours as to parties in Scotland and their course, p. 250; Robert Carey's request to his secretary (6th), 497; appoints two envoys to meet Carey (on 14th), 497; receives Ker of Ancrum to peace and winks at outrages (18th), 499; appoints Archbishop of Glasgow his ambassador in France, &c., 499; leaves the Lochwood with a force to apprehend Lord Maxwell at Dumfries (2nd April), 503; suspected to have warned Maxwell secretly, and connives at papists in Ayr, 505; has left for Edinburgh (13th), 507; was promised two horses by Archibald Douglas (24th), 509; conference with Claud Hamilton and Huntly (21st), 510; in Fife (21st-26th), and dines with Gray at Dunfermline, p. 256; Gray charged with treason by Sir W. Steward, and imprisoned at Edinburgh (27th), p. 256; is agreeing his nobility (30th), 511; hastens from Dalkeith to Falkland on news from Arran of treachery (April), 512; sends an ambassador to Denmark, p. 257; has secret talk with the Master of Gray, and holds inquiry on dispute between him and Sir W. Steward (10th May), 513; suspected of prompting Steward's accusation, 513; Gray again brought before him (11th), 513; dealings with Angus's estates, p. 258; remembers the raid of Stirling, confers three hours with Courcelles at Holyrood (9th), p. 258; the Teviotdale lairds, &c. warned to attend him (13th May), 514; promises liberty of conscience to strangers, p. 259; "decrees" Coldingham Abbey to Bothwell, and expels the prior (25th), 516; is "according" Atholl and Huntly, 516; orders Arran to prison and to shift for himself, 516; goes to Fife (29th), 517; at Falkland with Richard Douglas (3rd June), 518; forbids dealing with Englishmen, or eating flesh on Wednesdays and Fridays, 518; endeavouring peace among his nobles (16th July), 523; surrounded by papists and likely to become one (18th), 524; orders his border wardens to redress offences (16th July), 525; letter to the lords of the Articles on church matters, refused by the clergy (19th), 526; declines therefore to proceed against papists, and returns to Edinburgh, 526; parliament gives him the church lands, with exceptions, 528; the nobility vow revenge in parliament for the Queen's death (29th July), 528; at Dunbarton (30th Aug.), 536; his proposed marriage, 536; at Falkland taking steps thereon (2nd Sept.), 538; means no redress on border, and looks for aid from France or Spain, in Hunsdon's belief (12th Oct.), 555; Bothwell his evil genius (18th), p. 282; has no love for Elizabeth, gives Will of Kinmont 100 crowns for a foray, after an hour's interviewquarrel of Angus and Bothwell before him, p. 282; orders Cesford to make redress, p. 283; privy to the late foray, p. 284; Hunsdon scoffs at his coming to Peebles as "a mere colour," while inroads are made (6th Nov.), 560; at Dalkeith to avoid the plague in Edinburgh and Leith, and going to St Andrews shortly (14th Nov.), 563; Hunsdon's anxiety to recover his goodwill, and blame of the Queen's dealing with him, driving him to the alliance of Spain, pp. 2878; orders Angus to redress late attempts, &c., 566; detained at Dalkeith by "those about him," though the plague at Edinburgh and Leith (6th Dec. 1587), p. 292; his huntsman and an equerry dead of it, p. 292; Hunsdon sees no fruits of his love to Elizabeth, but would win him at any cost, p. 292; his and Bothwell's messenger to Hunsdon for private dealings, and the credence, p. 293; his displeasure at young Cesford's raid and sends him and Buccleuch to prison (6th Dec.), 574; sends to Hunsdon as to the proposed meeting, and will deal through no man but Bothwell (8th Dec.), 574, p. 295; sends R. Hepburn again to Hunsdon, his credence, declarations on his honour as to foreign alliances, desire of an offer from Elizabeth, &c. (13th Dec.), pp. 2978; reminded by Hunsdon of his undeserved pension from her, pp. 2978; refuses to see the Bishop of Dunblane, whom he orders to leave on pain of death, pp. 2978; is disposed to peace, but surrounded by factions, will hold to his religion, but fears for his life, and dislikes Archibald Douglas (28th), pp. 2989; to be gained at all costs by Elizabeth "while the iron is hot," Hunsdon thinks, pp. 2989; plan to renew the Roman Wall against him, pp. 3002; writes privately to Hunsdon, and also by his council (14th Jan. 15878), 582; dislikes A. Douglas, and refuses two horses bought by him, 582; desires Robert Carey to be sent for private conference, p. 303; means revenge for his mother's death, and dissembles (17th Jan. 15878), 584; appoints commissioners for border causes (18th), 585; wishes Robert Carey to see him privately, p. 307; his solemn assurances, through Carmichael, of his constancy to religion, the league with England, &c., &c., p. 307; his conference of two hours with a gentlewoman of his mother'sdemeanour after it, &c., and his dislike of Archibald Douglas, pp. 307, 308; Hamilton, Huntly, &c. meet at Lithco to get possession of him (27th)his messages to themtheir answers, his perplexity and poverty, and disavowal of Archibald Douglas, pp. 308, 309; letters and money to, on the way from Spain, by Sempill, p. 309; Elizabeth's letters and charges against him "hard" and inopportunehe is "wounded" and poor, and unless managed and supplied, must join Spain (3rd Feb.), 588, p. 311; Bothwell and Marischal with him, p. 311; object of the late meeting against himwould put it down if he had the means, and expects 5000l. yearly from Elizabeth (6th Feb.), p. 312; his near kinsman a pledge to the commissionersis going to Dumfries against Herries, &c. (25th Feb.), 596; will make Carmichael warden of West Marches, 596; presses Hunsdon, through Carmichael, to write to him, and will reply secretly, desires six horses from England, 597; ordered Master of Gray to discharge Archibald Douglas from ambassadorship, 599; stays his Dumfries journey, p. 319; requests Hunsdon to stop and send him all letters from or to Archibald Douglas or his nephew (8th March), 600; sends letter and messenger to Hunsdon, 601; Hunsdon's fear the Queen not writing to him will drive him to foreign aid (31st March 15878), p. 321; his present council hostilehis desire to see Robert Carey explained, p. 321; unwilling to yield to Hamilton, Huntly, &c. (10th April), 603; sees Carey at Dumfries (28th May), 607; his progress and success thereabouts reported to Walsingham (20th June), p. 325; A. Douglas his ambassador (26th), 613; is returning to Edinburgh from Dumfries, taking Lord Maxwell with him for punishment (26th), 613; dissatisfied with the money to be sent for him, &c. (4th July), 614; looking for something better with all speed (22nd), 615; crosses from Fife to Edinburgh, and orders the Leith townsmen to ring their alarm bell, and resist a Spanish ship lying off (8th Aug.), 620; is in Edinburgh in the chancellor's house, not the abbey (13th), 624; Elizabeth advised by Huntingdon to keep him friendly (19th), 626; orders any landing of the Spaniards to be resisted, 627; his oration to his council thereon (9th Aug.), p. 331; "speedy comfort" to him recommended (20th), p. 331; Elizabeth pays him 3000l. in gold (9th Sept.), 633; "very welcome and thankfully taken," 633; advised by Colonel Steward to accept King of Spain's offers, and revenge his mother's death, p. 333; Sir John Carmichael's receipt for the 3000l. paid him, p. 333; writes to Elizabeth and Essex, and gives thanks and compliments for the money (11th), 634; said to lament Leicester's death, p. 334; rides out hunting with Huntly (13th March 15889), intending to dine with him, plot by Angus, Mar, and others to intercept and slay Huntly defeated, dines with him, and their dealings, 641, p. 336; gets a fine of 40,000 merks Scots from the "new" earl of Angus for his earldomletter to, from Master of Gray at Rouenhis Court, p. 336; privy to Bothwell and Huntly's plot against the chancellor, and "turned" from latter (7th April), 642; hunting at Dalmahoy near Edinburgh, 642; Francis Dacre and his son at his Court (28th Sept.), 651; venison ordered by Bothwell for his marriage, "to be on Sondaye cum aught dayes" (22nd Sept.), 652; letter to Scrope as to peace of border in his absence (29th Oct.), 653; council appointed, 657; appoints special commissioners for border causes (15th June 1590), 674; and four of them to consider matters, 675; to be urged to make Bothwell answer for Liddesdale (18th Sept.), 685; orders border wardens, &c. to appear and present offenders on 22nd inst. (6th Jan. 15901), 700; was in Denmark in April 1590, 700; the wardens' promise before him (13th Jan.), p. 374; at Kelso (21st), p. 374; visits the chancellor at Lauder for his niece's marriage, and takes him to favour (Feb.), 703; compounding Huntly and Moray's feud, and passes Act of council in former's favour (13th Feb.), p. 376; is dealing with MacConnel and Maclean for their release for money, &c., and steps are taken in Exchequer to recall his grants and increase his revenues to 57,000 marks Scots, besides spiritualities and church temporalities, p. 376; commits Bothwell to ward at instance of the "ministers" (18th April), 709; Elizabeth to write to him for border redress (28th June), 711; a league to agree Bothwell with him (19th July), 713; the Admiral of Denmark sent to him, 713; calls a convention for 2nd Aug. (30th), 715; joined by Maxwell and Herries against Bothwell, &c., 718; "minded" to march on Bothwell at Kelso, but stays on Hume coming in and warding himself (6th Aug.), 723; orders pursuit of Glammis fugitiverefuses Danish ambassador's good offices, who has gone, 723; going on progress, nobles quiet (23rd Aug. 1591), 729; is appointing young Cesford keeper of Liddesdale (18th Nov.), 736; James Hudson, ambassador to, will deliver the Queen's letter on 2nd Dec., 737; is turned from the chancellor by Huntly and others (16th), 739; Bothwell's attempt on him at Holyrood (27th Dec.), 740; Angus andothers brought before him, deny charges, but ride off (31st Dec.), 741; proclaims Bothwell, &c. (4th Jan. 15912), p. 391; is at Lythco with the Queen, puts Huntly in ward (18th March), 742; does not answer Scrope's complaints (9th April), 745; to Richard Lowther, regretting death of Lord Scrope, and desiring order kept (16th June), 747; sends for Maxwell and Johnston, who refuse (20th June), 748; Bothwell's muster against him, and interest with some of his bed chamber (24th), 749; proclaims a general muster against Bothwell at Kelso and Jedburgh (25th), 750; Bothwell's design on (26th), 751; report of its success, 752; its failure reported (30th June), 753; contrary account, that Bothwell has taken him, 754; intends coming to West March in pursuit of Bothwell, on 5th (2nd July), 755, 756; Angus comes in to him (6th), and to join him at Dumfries (8th July), 757; thanks Lowther for keeping order (10th), 758; at Dumfries, where Johnston and others come in (10th July), 759; to return to Edinburgh on 14th, 759; his settlement with Johnston, Bonshaw, &c. on their submission (11th July), 760; dissimulates with Maxwell, and no one trusts his word, 760; has made Maxwell warden (12th), 761; report of his departure (13th), 762; scheme of Hamilton, Angus, Bothwell, &c. to remove obnoxious councillors from him, with Elizabeth's support, verbally communicated by the Master of Gray to Woddryngton for her consideration (14th), 763; has made Maxwell warden for life, with other privileges (12th Aug.), 765; examines Spynie and Colonel Stewart at Dalkeith, and sends them back to prison, p. 405; Danish ambassadors coming to enforce the Queen's provisions, pp. 405, 406; is still "bent" against Bothwell, p. 406; Bothwell disclaims any thought of injuring his person (9th Sept.), p. 408; still thought to favour the chancellor (17th), 771; expected at Peebles on 26th, 773; informed by Maxwell of Bothwell's reset by the Grames of Esk, p. 410; at Lythco with the chancellor, where the Queen refuses to come on this accountat strife with the "ministers" on liberty of conscience, and with the town of Edinburgh about a provost (3rd Oct.), 775; has remitted Johnston and other rebels, except Bothwell and the Armstrongs (8th), p. 412; favours Maxwell "underhand" against his neighbours, p. 412; sets out for Peebles to quiet the border, and asks loan of a cannon from Carlisle (10th), p. 413; at Lochwood with his forces (11th Oct.), 780; at Peebles (12th), p. 414; about sending Carmichael ambassador to England, p. 414; Lowther awaited him on the march (12th), 781; his letter and verbal threat against Elizabeth sent by Lowther to Burghley (15th), 783; to Lowther, that in spite of Elizabeth's orders, Bothwell is secretly resetted on her marches, demanding answer (13th Oct.), p. 415; at Jedworth (15th), sends Lennox and Cesford to cast down rebels' houses, and Whithaugh and son brought to him, 784; is returning to Edinburgh (18th), 784; his indignation great against Bothwell, takes his castles, offices, &c. (25th Oct.), p. 418; stops Lord Maxwell's meddling with his neighbours till 5th Jan. (14th Nov.), 788; pleased with Lowther destroying the houses of Bothwell's resetters (20th Feb. 15923), 800; has continued Maxwell's commission as warden (1st March), 802; will hear from Maxwell of Bothwell's receipt at Edenhall (10th March 15923), p. 433; greatly favours Sir Alexander Lindsay and brethren, lay in same bed with him (18th April 1593), p. 450; sending Melvyn ambassador to England, p. 450; the chancellor to be killed, and himself taken by Bothwell, &c. (9th May), p. 457; ambassador only coming to get money for a horse-guard to be officered by papists, &c., p. 457; John Carey under his "mighty displeasure," p. 457; his violence against Bothwell and encouragement of papists at Court (17th May), 835; a Danish ambassador to (20th May), and his ambassador starts for London (24th), p. 462; Maitland cannot come to "presence" (26th June 1593), p. 469; Angus's message to, denying the Spanish blanks, a supposed plot, the "mynisterie" to inquire, the Danish ambassadors at his charge till parliament meets (10th July), 851; commands Maitland to leave Edinburgh for a plot to murder Lennox, &c. (29th June), 852; demands English resetters of Bothwell (1st July), 853; hears of his public appearance on a race course, 853; said to have commissioned William Ourd to Spain (8th July), 857; with Maitland, &c., appoints parliament to meet, 857; Huntly's, &c. enterprise against him, his double dealing releasing Ourd, popish book dedicated to him, to open parliament (begun 10th), in his Crown, &c. on 17th (13th July), 860; supped at "Bowhone's" (a papist's) house, to meet Huntly in private, p. 475; Elizabeth advised to support Bothwell to "hurt" him, p. 475; his complaints to Elizabeth of Bothwell's reset and countenance, by her wardens' connivance, &c., p. 476; Bothwell's appearance in his ante-chamber (9 A.M., 24th July), and kneeling to him, for pardon, &c., 865; proclaims Bothwell's peace at the cross and through the town (24th), 866; Bothwell's account to Carey of the affair (1st Aug.), 872; grants him a trial, 872; Bothwell seeking hounds and horses to please him, p. 481; pardons him, and lets him go to avoid appearance of coercion, 873; was surprised in his bedchamber, tried to get to the Queen's, purposely shut against him, his vehement attempts to discover Elizabeth's support of Bothwell's attempts on his person, question, if Bothwell has so soon forgot his "dear mother's" death, and Bothwell's answer, p. 482; Bothwell's eulogium of Elizabeth, vow to support her, and that if he, "King Jemie," forsakes his religion like Henry 4th, he will leave him for her service, p. 483; his "estate" will be managed against Spain, with her assistance, by Bothwell, p. 483; his affection for the Lady "Murton's" daughter, p. 484; Bothwell tells Sir W. Reed how he surprised him, sword and pistol in hand, "new risen" out of bed, his attempt to escape, Bothwell's putting his sword in his hand, the Duke and Atholl's speech to him, his pardon, &c., 877; his commission for Bothwell's trial, p. 486; the poison and other devices to cut him off, pp. 486, 487; men about him, Maitland, Carmichael, Hume, &c., hostile to Bothwell, p. 488; tries to get away after the acquittal, and his messengers intercepted by Bothwell, p. 488; angry thereat, charged with breach of promise, and discontented at Bothwell's acquittal, p. 489; wished to have had his throat cut, 879, p. 490; the Dean of Durham's corrected account of the surprise, was in his night gown, coming from a "bye place," his fright seeing Bothwell, and attempt to fly into the Queen's chamber "kept fast against him," Bothwell's catching his gown, then taking his hand, 880; their talk in a window, his "wooing" Bothwell to tell him her Majesty's part in his attempts on his person, Bothwell's assertion to Mathew that he is ready to join his party, Lady "Murton's" daughter is "his love"a mystery, his deep dissimulation and attempt to have Bothwell's throat cut, p. 491; not likely to forget the indignity offered, p. 491; procures a compact by Hume, Maitland, &c. against Bothwell (20th Aug.), 881; promises remission and restoration to Bothwell, &c. "on the word of a King," and signed it (14th Aug.), p. 493; gets two horses and twelve hounds from Bothwell and goes to Falkland (15th), p. 493; inwardly hostile to him, p. 493; Bothwell intends to go to, on 1st Sept., 887; wishes him to come and ask pardon again, "dislykes" him greatly, 888; "addicted" to Huntly's faction, confesses to a "depender" of Bothwell's his authorship of the bond against him, p. 498; is in "as hard a conceit with Bothwell as ever" (14th Sept.), 889; Hume raising horse for him against Bothwell, 889; writes to Bothwell to agree with Huntly, Hume, &c., who declines, "papistrie" is his object, will take the blame of the slaughter of Moray on himself, and confesses it before the church and council (16th Sept.), 891; moves Huntly to satisfy Moray's friends"bent" against Bothwelland favours Papists greatly, as Forster thinks, p. 499; intends coming to Dumfries shortly (19th Sept.), 892; too papistical, and inclined to "link" his nobles together, and has too much intelligence out of England (29th Sept.), 896; goes from Edinburgh to Lawder (12th Oct.), next day to Jedburgh, overtakes Huntly, Erroll, and Angus on the way, and receives them to stand their trial, 905, p. 507; feigned great displeasureintends pulling down the houses of Bothwell's friends (16th Oct.), p. 507; is at Jedburgh (17th Oct.), 906; Forster's son before him and council for redress, which he promises, leaving Jedburgh next day (19th Oct.), 908; a new design by Bothwell against him, for his order to try Huntly, Angus, and Erroll in Lithco instead of Edinburgh (31st Oct.), p. 510; his letter to Bowes as to redress for Tyndale (17th Nov.), p. 512; wishes peace between his nobility, which Carey hopes not practicable (26th Nov.), 916; Bothwell in "his deepest displeasure," 917; bill of complaints for spoils, &c. at Falkland, &c., by English adherents of Bothwell, 921, pp. 51617; still favours Papists, and gives a commission to Huntly against Mackintosh (26th Dec.), 924; Edinburgh's offer towards the Queen's "lying in," 924; lord Zouche, the ambassador, at Berwick, waiting to hear from him (4th Jan. 15934), 926; Carey's bad opinion of his sincerity, after his "turn is served," 926; looked for in Edinburgh, where Zouche is (10th Jan.), 927; wishes Herries to take wardenry of West March (8th March), 933; no "certainty" looked for in him, 935; looks on from "the Parkheade," at the conflict between his forces and Bothwell's (3rd April), p. 525; Hume's promise to bring Bothwell alive or dead to him, p. 526; an eye witness of the fights between Hume and Bothwell from "the parkeend of the Crage," p. 526; is "making" after Bothwell to Kelso (5th April), 941; sent for Mr Ashby to Bowes' house, and put him in the castle (2nd April), p. 528; Elizabeth told by Dean of Durham, "to beware of him," as either too Catholic or too cunning, &c. (9th April), 942; aims at his subjects' union, to her loss, 942; his "cunning" in "cosening" Atholl, the Fife barons, and Bothwell "the last time," to be guarded against (17th April), 946; is pressing Herries to be warden of West March (20th April), 947; Cecill and the Queen to beware of his promises, being a "Scottes man" (26th April), 948; procures forfeitures of Huntly, Angus, and Errol in parliament, for the Spanish blanks, and discussion with Montrose thereonsends up Fowlys to Elizabeth for money (8th June), 955; his great preparations for the "christening," futile without money from Elizabeth (19th June), 956; his French footman and another, getting no wages and in debt, take some of the Queen's jewels, and get to Shieldstaken by Bothwell there, who keeps the jewels, giving the men upthey are hanged at Edinburgh, 959; said to have been put in Stirling castle by Bothwell (1st July), p. 539; waited for by Bothwell between Stirling and Edinburgh, and by a chance escapes the plot (8th July), 962; rumours by an eye witness of their reconciliation (18th July), 964; said to have sent Lord Hume to borrow 2000l. or 3000l. of Huntly (18th July), 965; has not instructed Herries, and said to appoint Hamilton warden (19th July), 967; Cockburn his secretary goes by post to London for money, it is thought (29th July), 971; "slack" in appointing a keeper of Liddesdale (5th Aug.), 972; said to be offered by King of Spain, Pope, &c., 10,000 crowns yearly, if he allows liberty of consciencealso a league by the Low Countries (10th Aug.), 973; Stanley brings the Spanish offersangry at the slackness of Elizabeth's ambassador, and puts off the "baptism" till 25thmay accept Stanley's embassy (15th Aug.), 975; his two messages to Sussex at Edinburgh to come with all speed to Stirling (28th Aug. 1594), 977; grants a remission to John Colville "and his folk" (13th Sept.), 979; intends marching on the Papist earls on 2nd Oct. (18th), 979; to Lord Scrope, to keep peace while he is in the North, and capture a coiner (14th Sept.), p. 547; Scrope to, in reply (21st Sept.), p. 547; 982, 983; is on his journey, but "evill" weather delays any news (31st Oct.), 987; his intentions, 987; payments by Elizabeth to him (15861594), 33,000l., and Elizabeth's view (5th Nov.), 988; appoints Buccleuch keeper of Liddesdale, 989; returned to Edinburgh on 15th, after destroying Huntly's and other Papists' houses (18th Nov.), 990; promises redress for Liddesdale to Bowes at leaving Edinburgh, 991; is entertaining a German kinsman of the Queen by a loan from the Edinburgh lawyers of 2000l. sterling (4th Dec.), 992, p. 552; is sending an embassy to Poland in behalf of the Scots there, oppressed under a letter granted by himself by "circumvention," p. 552; Hume, his chief adviser, is gone to Stirling (31st Dec.), 997.

James, Christofer: his arms, p. 42.
-, Clement: his arms, p. 42.
-, Clement: spoiled, 801.
-, Edward: his arms, p. 41.
-, Edward: unfurnished, p. 48.
-, Hen.: horseman, Howick, p. 161.
-, Hugh: unfurnished, p. 48.
-, James: his arms, p. 42.
-, John (2): their arms, p. 41.
-, John: his arms, p. 42.
-, John: unfurnished, p. 48.
-, Mat.: unfurnished, p. 60.
-, Michael: 309.
-, Nic.: bowman, p. 48.
-, Peter: his arms, p. 41.
-, Robert (2): their arms, p. 42.
-, Steven: his arms, p. 41.
-, Thomas: his arms, p. 42.
-, Thomas: unfurnished, p. 48.

James, Wil.: absent "eger," p. 59.

Jamson (Jameson), Anth.: unfurnished, p. 45.
-, John: unfurnished, p. 49.
-, John: bowman, p. 50.
-, Tho.: nag, &c., p. 64.
-, Tho., elder and junior: bowmen, p. 65.
-, Wil.: bowman, p. 64.

Jardine (Garden), Sir Alexander. See Applegarth, Laird of.
-, (Jourden), one Sanders: late servant to Morton, now a chief man of Bothwell's (17th May), 228.
-, (Gerden), John, of Kirklebride: raid on, p. 422.
-, John, of Trewghare: raid on, p. 423.

Jedworth: Fernehurst made provost of (Sept. 1581), p. 76; 111; provost of: promises to appear before the King and council for resetting Bothwell (10th Sept.), p. 406; displaced and banished for resetting Bothwell, and Lennox appointed (25th Oct.), p. 418.
-, abbot of: (Dec. 1580), 69; leased Kirkanders to the Maxwells, p. 422.
-, Forest: at feud with the Fosters, p. 126.

Jefferay, John: his arms, p. 55.
-, John (2): their arms, p. 56.
-, John: his arms, p. 57; unarmed, p. 57.
-, John (2): their arms, p. 59; (2), unarmed, p. 59.
-, Nic.: billman, p. 56.
-, Rob.: his arms, p. 55.
-, Rob.: his arms, p. 59.

Jefferson, Chr.: his arms, p. 54.
-, Richard: 77.
-, Tho.: his arms, p. 54.

Jeher, John: his arms, p. 55.

Jenisone, Thomas, esq.: his lands and equipment, p. 162.
-, the late Mr: p. 322; late controller, Berwick, 902, 932.

Jenkinge, James: his arms, p. 41.

Jerfalcons: Forster sends a cast to Walsingham (25th Aug.), 445.

Jerratt, one: a Lancashire Jesuit, in Scotland (June), 519.

Jersey (Jarnsey), Isle of: Spanish design on (7th Oct. 1593), 899.

Jesuits: one suspected, taken on the Fells beyond Alnwick (May 1582), 126; let go by his captors, who are imprisoned by Forster (14th June), 126; effects found on him, 126; three or four resetted by Lord Seton, 126; many about borders (3rd Oct.), 457; places of their resort, pp. 2356, 2379; on border, &c., 515, 519; scheme to take them, 515, 519; tolerated by the King in north (Jan. 15878), p. 307; Huntly ordered to put them away (2nd Feb.), p. 309; four who traffic on the borders offered by Bothwell to Elizabeth, if she assists him to his peace (20th Aug. 1592), 766.

Jesus , the, of Newcastle: to go to Scotland, 629.

Jobsoun, John: billman, p. 64.

"Jocke, the Laird's": a murder by, p. 80; assures with Scrope, &c., p. 171. See Armstrong.

Johnne, "Alies Willies": raid and murder by, p. 422.
-, "Black Jocks": raid and murder by, p. 422.
-, "Priours": Hobby and Jock, sons of, raid by, p. 558.

Johns, Edward: pensioner, Berwick, pp. 274, 455.

Johnsons (Johnstons), the: a surname of English East March, 166; and the Scottish West March, 166; in Annandale: toward the meeting of Annan and the water of Milk; at Lochwood, the Laird of Johnston and 300 "sufficient men" of his name dwell (1592), p. 394; betwixt Esk and Sark: the Johnstons of Greatney, p. 394; two principal: slain by Kirkpatricks (Oct.), p. 417.

Johnston (Johnson), Ambrose: absent, p. 48.
-, Dave (Anerdall): his daughter married to Andrew Grame, p. 125.
-, David, of Prescatsyde: raid by, 791.
-, Edward, on the water of Milk: horse stealer, p. 558.
-, Gawin, of Readhall: raid by, 791.
-, Geordy, of Mylfield: horse stealer, p. 558.
-, Henry: bowman, p. 47.
-, Henry: horseman, Yesinton, p. 161.
-, Hugh: bowman, p. 44.
-, Laird of (Sir James): married to Buccleuch's sister (1581), p. 72; warden in room of Lord Maxwell, who refuses obedience (Feb. 15823), 153; aid of 50 foot from the King, 153; lord warden, resisted pursuing his kinsman's goods by Kynmont, &c. (11th March 158283), 156; returns to Annan, 156; ill-affected to England, 167; his authority defied by Drumlanrig, &c., 175; his offer to Scrope for redress (23rd Sept.), 183; his kinsman brings a letter (17th Dec.), 192; sent for by the King against the rebellious nobles (12th April), 212; only his son and heir goes with 100 horse, 219; Johnston pursues and disperses the rebels at Lanerige (25th April), 219; his dependants only joined the King, 220; his son closely pursues Balquhain to the March of Carlisle (1st May), 221; spoils him of all he had, 222; meets Scrope at Rookliefe, p. 149; allowed by Scrope in 1580 to pursue and slay rebels on the English side of Esk, p. 150; appointed warden of West Marches, &c., and provost of Dumfries, comes to Lochmaben to hold courts, &c. (13th July 1584), 246; prevented entering Dumfries by Maxwell (14th), 247; letters between him and Scrope (16th18th Sept.), 256; again attempts to enter Dumfries as provost (26th Oct. 1584), 263; called before the King for the English Grames' burnings (5th Nov.), 264; an unusual thing, 264; some of his wardenry invade the Turnbulls (22nd Dec.), 270; his friendly reply to Scrope, 280; Scrope to, for a meeting next month (6th Feb. 15845), 281; and for note of bills (11th), 283; puts off meeting, being with the King (1st March), 289, p. 174; his prisoners at Dumfries, released by Lord Maxwell (10th), 291; still at Court (14th), 293; troubles with Maxwell, 293; still at Court, and his wardenry disordered (31st March), 299; his house of Lochwood raided by the Maxwells (7th April), 303; still at Court, 303, 304; forces to aid him (20th), 305; burnings of his tenants, &c. (27th), 308; still at Court, 308; his son burns Duncow, and the Maxwells Dryfe water and dale, &c. (1st May), 311; expected next day, 311, 312; returned with forces, and Scrope thinks will ask his help (12th), 313; visits Scrope secretly same night for aid, but put off with evasions, 314; his force, 314, 315; returns to the King for more men (23rd), 316; his country round Moffat raided by Lord Maxwell, and his letters intercepted (26th), 317; his son besieged and nearly taken in Lochmaben Castle by surprise (c. 13th June), 320; signifies his arrival at Lochmaben, and again asks Scrope's aid (15th), 321; Scrope's reply that he has no instructions as yet (16th), p. 185; raid on the Maxwells, and their reprisals (4th July), 327; a prisoner, and closely warded by Maxwell (30th July), 334; the King's scheme for his release (12th Aug.), 338; threatened with death unless Lochmaben delivered to Maxwell (21st Aug.), 340; prisoner in Carlaverock, 340; Lochmaben delivered (26th), and his clan ordered to come in to Maxwell (28th), 342; if Herries taken by the King, this not to free him (12th Sept.), 347; his wife's letter taken, 347; secret plot for his enlargement discovered by Maxwell, who puts him in straiter ward (20th), 349; his clan yield to Maxwell, 349; returns to his house, and prepares to attack the Maxwells (13th Jan. 15856), 404, 409; affray with Maxwell's men (11th Feb.), 413; twice attempts Dumfries and Annan (15th March), 418; "sits" the King's letters, 418; forays the Laird of Applegarth's lands (22nd), 419; Maxwell's tenants (27th), 420, 423; his lands on Milk and Dryfe waters, &c. burned (5th May), 425; still in ward (16th), 427; Maxwell attempting reconciliation (29th Oct.), p. 237; Lady Johnston falsely charges Angus, p. 239; 12 "base fellows" of his executed, some put in irons, and himself kept prisoner by Lord Hamilton (31st Jan. 15867), 478; the King ordered his release, 478; his men to be outlawed, his weakness is Maxwell's strength (6th Feb.), 481; the King comes to Lochwood his house, against Maxwell (1st April), 503; (with Buccleuch, &c.), in raid on Sir Cuthbert Collingwood's house, with 2000 men (30th Nov. 1587), 570; with 800 men rides with Herries to join Huntly, &c., near Edinburgh (27th Jan. 15878), pp. 3089; finds them gone, dismisses his men, and joins the lords at Lithco, pp. 3089; to meet Bothwell at Peebles against the chancellor (7th April), 642; to enter offenders (by 8th Jan. 15901), p. 374; joins Bothwell's party (30th July), 715; joins Bothwell's rising (20th June 1592), 748; "sick" at Lochwood, where Angus, Hamilton, and Maxwell, with 1000 horse, urge him to make peace with the King, or they will leave him (7th July), 757; with 12 or 13 friends submits at Dumfries, saving life and lands (10th), 759; with 12 chief kinsmen and his surname, submits on conditions (11th July), 760; is freely remitted (8th Oct.), p. 412; the King at his house of Lochwood with his forces (11th Oct.), 780; himself and Lord Maxwell in the Brekensyde, 780; it is thought shall be warden (13th), 781; returns to Lochwood from the King at Jedburgh (18th), 784; will take part with the barons against Lord Maxwell (24th Oct. 1592), p. 417; resents his resetting the slayers of his two clansmen, p. 417; is often "tristing" with Maxwell about their "combres" (28th Nov.), 792; lately broke ward, and at "kyndnes" with Lord Maxwell (10th June 1593), 845; in Bothwell's new scheme on the King at Lithco (31st Oct.), p. 510; defeats and slays Lord Maxwell at Lockerby, with trifling loss to his own men (6th Dec. 1593), 918.
-, young Laird of: holding Lochmaben Castle against Maxwell (27th May), 317; nearly surprised by Davie Maxwell (June), 320.

Johnston, the Lady: her remarks touching the King and Lord Scrope (1583), 174; writes to Scrope commending two Scots gentlemen (17th Dec. 1583), 192; informs Scrope that Angus, &c. have fled (26th April), 219; her letter to a "man" of Scrope's sent to Walsingham (1st May), 221.
-, John: his arms, p. 38.
-, John (2): horsemen, Lermouth, p. 157.
-, John: horseman, Ulchester, p. 158.
-, John, of Tunnergarthe: raid by, 791; of Innergarth, water of Mylk: horse stealer, p. 559.
-, John, in Mylfeild: fire raised at, p. 422.
-, "Geordy Mylfield's" Jock: p. 558.
-, Mathew: burgess of Berwick, commended to Walsingham (Nov. 1583), 189; petitions Elizabeth for her promised relief of his losses, 640.
-, one Mongo: Lord Maxwell slain near his house at Lockerby (6th Dec. 1593), 918.
-, Raph: horseman, Lermouth, p. 157.
-, Ric.: his arms, p. 54.
-, Ric.: unfurnished, p. 48.
-, Rob.: his arms, p. 54.
-, Rob.: horseman, Myndrom, p. 157.
-, Rob.: of Newbye: sent to Scrope by Lady Johnston (17th Dec. 1583), 192.
-, Roger: his arms, p. 59.
-, Rowland: surveyor, Berwick, p. 2; to the Queen and council, 44, 45; dispute with Bowes (1580), 46; to make a plot of Debatable ground on East March, 51; on Berwick works, 115; report on Berwick and Holy Island, p. 97; reports as to works at Berwick, the cost, &c. (1585), 301, 302; his "large platt" of Berwick at Somerset House (27th Sept.), p. 276.
-, Tho.: unfurnished, p. 48.
-, Tho. (2): horsemen, Lermouth, p. 157.
-, Wil.: bowman, p. 52.
-, Wil.: bowman, p. 65.
-, Wil.: horseman, Lermouth, p. 157.
-, Wil.: horseman, p. 161.
-, Wil.: horseman, Wark, 259.
-, Willie, of Kirkhill: Lowther to make him surrender Carmichael of Reidmyres' black horse (10th July), 758.
-, Willie, of Tunnergarth: raid by, 791.
-, "Maistres": inquiries by Selby about (30th May), 318.
-, "Widow": horseman, Embleton, p. 160.

Jongbushe, Tho.: unfurnished, p. 56.

Joni (Jon), Jo.: unfurnished, p. 49.
-, Jo.: unfurnished, p. 53.

Joni, Rob.: billman, p. 53.
-, Tho.: billman, p. 64.
-, Wil.: bowman, p. 53.

Jowcy, John, (Wingates): raid on, p. 350.
-, (Jousse), Rob.: horseman, Longhoughton, p. 160.
-, Roger, (Windgates): raid on, p. 350.
-, William: pensioner, Berwick, p. 274; rider of Lord Hunsdon's great horses, pp. 274, 455.

Junson, Rob.: his arms, p. 55.

Justice-clerk, the (Sir L. Bellenden): to demand fugitive nobles, &c. (16th Feb. 158485), 285; passes Berwick (17th), 286; in London (22nd), 287; his instructions, 290; Lord Scrope's answers (13th March), 293, 298; besieged with the King in Stirling (2nd Nov.), 387; made captain of Blackness (11th), 388, 390, 391; at council (24th Dec.), p. 215; not in favour at present (6th Dec.), p. 292; conspiracy to kill him and others, p. 299; the Lithco plot against him (6th Feb. 15878), p. 312; absents himself from decision of case between Lugton and Morton (6th Feb. 15901), p. 376.

Jyen, Mic.: nag and "callever," p. 64.

"Kange," Geordie: raids by, 791, p. 558.
-, Richie: raid by, 791.
-, Wille: raids by, 791, pp. 5589.

Karswell, one: Queen's lessee, exactions by, p. 17.

Kaskey, Wil.: horseman, Wark, 259.

Katherine (Cathryne), Queen: living and undivorced at Elizabeth's birth, p. 250.

Keane, Wil.: horseman, Belford, p. 161.

Keesweck: able men in, p. 42.

Keildar (Kylder), water head: p. 126; the Horse head near: p. 126.

Keithe, Mr William: envoy from the King to Elizabeth (29th Oct.), 462; is called against Master of Gray (10th May), 513; will soon be out of favour at Court (18th July), 524.

Kellelie, Hobb of: raid on, 176.

Kelsike, Ric.: nag, &c., p. 63.

Kelso (Kelseye), abbey of: disputed between Morton and the Kerrs, p. 26; Bothwell at (Nov.), 186; Angus, &c. at (23rd Oct. 1585), 376; joined by others, 376; Bothwell at (7th April), 642; evacuated by Hume, Cesford, and Buccleuch with 900 horse, entered by Bothwell with 600 (1st April 1594), pp. 5256; he lies there all night, pp. 5256; Bothwell retreats to, from Dalkeith (4th April 1594), p. 527.

Kelsterne, John: asks controllership of post of Berwick, or deputy, if another appointed (29th Sept.), 734; controller of post, inquiry into his dealings, reported to Burghley (14th April), p. 447.

Kemerston (Kymerston) and Brownrigg: muster of, pp. 153, 157.

Kemp, Charles: bowman, p. 53.
-, Christofer: absent, p. 44.
-, Jo.: bowman, p. 45.
-, Jo.: bowman, p. 50.
-, Wil.: bowman, p. 45.

Kencarne (Kincardine), north side of Forth: Lord Seton and Fernihurst arrive at (13th May 1584), 228; the Earl of Montrose's, the King gone to, and left on account of plague (13th Oct. 1585), 368.

Kendall, John: his arms, p. 53.
-, Tho.: (1) nag, &c., p. 64; (1) bowman, p. 64.

Kendore, abbot of: a second son of Earl of Rothes, suspected of Popery (Sept. 1581), p. 76.

Kennedy (Kenete), Mrs: the late Queen's waiting woman, lands at Leith from France (12th Jan. 15878), p. 307; received by the King for two hours in his cabinet (16th), p. 307; dines with Bothwell, and tells her mistress's sufferings when executed (17th), p. 308; moves all her hearers against Elizabeth, p. 308.

Kennedies, the: fail to attend the King in Dumfriesshire against Bothwell (11th Oct. 1592), 780.

Kenneke, John: horseman, Doxford, p. 160.

Kennow: the Laird of Lochinvar's, 777.

Kente, Richard: pensioner, Berwick, pp. 274, 455.

Keswick: minerals at, p. 5; copper from, sent to Berwick (1581), 108.

Kethe (Kithe), Mat.: horseman, Ewerd, p. 157.
-, Ric.: horseman, Mydeltone, p. 158.

Keye, Edw.: his arms, p. 56.
-, John: absent, p. 50.
-, John: his arms, p. 56.

Keyme, the, in Tynedale: 174.

Keynton: horsemen in, p. 22.

Kiddesse, James: a gentleman of Lord Maxwell's, sent to the King (Aug. 1585), 338.

Kildare, Earl of: his son comes to Edinburgh (Oct. 1587), 555.

Kilham: tenants in, p. 15; muster of, 253, p. 157; horsemen in, p. 161; (Northumberland): the Storyes of Esk fly to, to escape Lord Dacre, pp. 124, 125; a great surname there, pp. 124, 125.

Killengeworthe: tenants oppressed by Thomas Killengeworthe, p. 22.

Killigrew, Henry: p. 4; (1573), p. 10; (Sept. 1591), 734.

Kilsyth, Laird of (Livingston): master of household, p. 26.

Kilwynning, abbot of: (Dec. 1580), 69.

Kinge, Cutbert: horseman, Spindleton, p. 160.
-, Thomas: his arms, p. 42.
-, William: his arms, p. 42.

Kinmont, Will of: raid by his sons, 101; (Kilmore): resists Johnston the warden rescuing a kinsman's goods (11th March 15823), 156; a principal offender with his brethren and children, 162, 167, 169; they ride nightly, but not "reproched" by the warden (Sept.), 174; his son freed by Lord Maxwell from Dumfries (March 15845), 291; Kynmont and 200 men on the way to, 291; joins Maxwell against Johnston (27th April), 308; at a horse race in Liddesdale, goes with Thomas Carlton to Naworth and gets a horse "gray Carver" from him, 309; a chief man in the foray of Haydon bridge, closetted with the King, who gives him 100 crowns, "as little as he hath," p. 282.
-, Robbe of: at Naworth, 309.
-, young Will of: raid by, 791.

Kinmontes Jock, &c.: raid the Turnbulls of Teviotdale (18th Dec. 1584), 270; the thieves of Kinmont's retinue to be watched, 274.

Kinniel (Kenneale): the King at, awaiting Lennox (4th May 1582), 121; Fernihurst there with Arran some days before Lord Russell's murder, 348; stuff of, taken to Lythco (Nov. 1585), 389.

Kirdman, Roger: his arms, p. 54.

Kirkanders, lands of: leased by the abbot of Jedburgh to the Maxwells, violently occupied for 30 years by Grames, &c. (Nov. 1592), p. 422; value 2000l. sterling yearly, p. 422.

Kirkbeck, Edw.: nag, &c., p. 64.

Kirkbride: muster of, p. 59.
-, Bar.: unarmed, p. 58.
-, Chris.: unfurnished, p. 46.
-, Davie: spearman, p. 47.
-, George: his arms, p. 44.
-, George: his arms, p. 59.
-, James: his arms, p. 58.
-, Lancelot: unfurnished, p. 47.
-, Mat.: his arms, p. 59.
-, Mich.: spearman, p. 47.
-, Olyver: bowman, p. 46.
-, Olyver: suspected of murder, his escheat asked by one Skelton from Burghley, p. 466; Scrope asks if yet granted (1st July), 853.
-, Persevall: a Jesuit, p. 92; a "vagrant" recusant seized by Scrope (12th May 1585), 313.

Kirkbride, Ric.: p. 53.
-, Ric.: musters Leith ward, p. 43.
-, Ric.: spearman, p. 46.
-, Rob.: spearman, p. 47.
-, Steph.: his arms, p. 58.
-, Steph.: spoiled, 801.
-, Tho.: unarmed, p. 59.
-, Tho.: his arms, p. 61.

Kirkcawdye: a ship to set out against pirates, 524.
-, Laird of: (i.e., Kirkaldy of Grange), his lands restored to his son-in-law Fernihurst (Sept. 1581), p. 76.

Kirkconell: a stone house of Lord Maxwell, held against him by Will Irwyn (May 1585), 312; (July), 327.
-, Laird of: his daughter wife of Cownethe (1581), p. 72; an "honest gentleman," to be liberated by Scrope, 593.

Kirkcudbright (Kirkowbrighe): Sir John Seton reported at (6th April), 210; his ship certainly (9th), 211; and himself, 212.

Kirkham, monastery of: p. 32.

Kirkhawhe: raid at, p. 352.

Kirkland: musters of, pp. 43, 48, 55.

Kirklehead, "Fargases" Will of: raid by, p. 421.

Kirklinton, the men of: not mustered, p. 42; (Kirkleventon): Sir H. Wesheton's and W. Musgrave's, decay of horsemen in (April 1583), p. 99; raid on (Oct.), 176; or Leven: William Musgrave, of Haton, lord of the manor, pp. 393, 395; his bailiff lies at Scaleby castle, p. 393; surnames of, pp. 393, 394.

Kirkmychaell: Sir Robert Kar in (12th Oct.), p. 414.
-, Laird of: married Empsfield's sister (1581), p. 72; (Alexander Kirkpatrick), at variance with Lord Maxwell (24th Oct. 1592), p. 417; raid on his lands by English borderers, p. 423; hopes of agreement with Lord Maxwell (10th March 15923), 804.

Kirknewton: tenants in, p. 15; march meeting at, postponed (10th23rd Dec.), 470, 472; meeting adjourned to 2nd Feb., 473; to 16th, 476; to 2nd March (25th), 489.

Kirkoswald castle: p. 32; and Staffell: musters of, p. 49; spoils in, p. 431; 809.

Kirkpatricks: slay two of the Johnstons and are resetted by Lord Maxwell (Oct. 1592), p. 417.

Kirktoun (Kyrton), Willie: prisoner, Morpeth, Cesford asks Forster to favour (1st June), 517.
-, warden serjeant, denounced rebel (July 1585), 336, 440.

Kirkwhelpington: 90 horse and foot to lie at (Sept. 1583), 175.

Kirkyettame: meeting adjourned to 3rd Feb., 473; to 17th, 476; to 3rd March (25th), 489; p. 374.

Kirsip: John, of Hedglee: raid on, p. 359.
-, (Kyrsopp): a small beck running into Lyddal water, p. 121; the Fosters of, and their alliances, p. 123; foote: West March place of meeting, 106, 117, p. 95; the Berwick soldiers at (April 1583), 158, p. 102; water of: p. 102; soldiers at, 182; "blew coates" at, 196; division of the two countries at, 197.
-, head: waste ground above the Lyddal, p. 121; Liddesdale forayers' routes by, p. 126.

Kirthwat, East and West: musters of, p. 61.

Kitching (Kytchin), John: unfurnished, p. 48.
-, John: 77.
-, Mat.: unfurnished, p. 48.
-, Robert: bowman, p. 44.
-, Thomas (2): billmen, p. 44.

Kitefoot, Tho.: his arms, p. 55.

Knappe, Leonard: pensioner, Berwick, p. 274.
-, Captain: 591.

Knelles, the (Gilsland): raid at, 801.

Knevett, Thomas: his steward of Penrith, &c. (1592), p. 395.
-, "my Lady": her land of Hethergill, p. 124.

Knight, Anthony: his arms, p. 39.
-, Christopher: his arms, p. 39.
-, John: his arms, p. 39.
-, Michael: his arms, p. 39.
-, Thomas: bailiff of Haton, his arms, p. 38.
-, Wil.: his arms, p. 58.
-, Wil.: nag, &c., p. 64.

Knobaye, Geo.: his arms, p. 58.

Knockfergus [Carrickfergus]: 226.

Knokhill, Laird of: conspirator against James 6th, p. 172.

Knollys, Sir Francis: 24; (Knowles): at council, 203.
-, "Mr" William: envoy to the lords, reaches Berwick (16th Nov. 1585), 393; sends to the King for licence, 393; entered Scotland (22nd), 394; himself and some of his company not acceptable to the lords, 394; expected back from Scotland (28th), 395.

Knotte, Chr.: billman, p. 64.
-, Cuthbert: unfurnished, p. 51.
-, John: bowman, p. 51.
-, Jo.: bowman, p. 51.

Knotte, Jo.: bowman, p. 52.
-, Nic.: nag, &c., p. 64.
-, Stephen: billman, p. 51.
-, Tho.: his arms, p. 54.
-, Wil.: unfurnished, p. 51.
-, Wil.: his arms, p. 54.

Knox (Knockes), Mr John: his deathbed injunctions to his brethren regarding the young King, and prophecy thereon, 122; laid before the King by John Dury a preacher (May 1582), 122.

Kreakembut (?), the provost and bailiffs of: complaint by (1592), p. 516.

Kydd, John: (1) bowman, p. 49; (1) unfurnished, p. 49.
-, Rauf: unfurnished, p. 48.
-, Ric. (3): unfurnished, pp. 47, 48.

Kyellow village: tenants, &c., p. 19; muster of, p. 153.

Kyllingall, Francis: pensioner, Berwick, p. 274.

Kyloes ("kaloes"): 11 taken from Scaleby, p. 380.

Kymarston: tenants of, p. 16.

Kyme, the Earl of: exchanged Harbottle with Henry 8th, p. 233.

Kyrckley: horsemen in, p. 21.

Kyrkeford, the: Redesdale men taken at (Nov. 1589), p. 347.

Kyrkhop, Tho.: horseman, Heslerig, p. 158.