Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House: Volume 22, 1612-1668. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1971.
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Jackson, Nicholas, Bailiff of Brigstock, co. Northants, distributes money amongst poor
of Brigstock, 379.
-, account of payments by, 380.
-, charges against, 384.
-, letter from, 402.
Jackson, Ralph, Bailiff of Cranborne, letters to Earl of
Salisbury, 17, 134.
-, answers charges brought against him, 134.
-, his criticism of Sherfield, 134.
Jagerndorf (Pagnersdorff), John George, Margrave of, makes incursions into Silesia, 151.
James I, King of England, petitions
to, 3, 6(2), 7(2), 8, 13, 31, 40,
60, 81, 84, 138(2), 153.
-, reference to sport of, 3.
-, 3, 11, 13, 15, 31, 34, 39, 40, 43(2), 44, 45, 49, 52(2), 55, 56, 75, 76, 77, 83, 87, 90, 95, 96, 102, 106, 114, 115, 117, 120, 128, 148, 149, 150, 152, 161(2) 162, 173, 175(2), 177, 179,
-, visits Hatfield House, 3, 35.
-, prohibits hunting in Enfield Chase, 5.
-, alleged plot to assassinate, 6.
-, reference to purchase of Theobalds by, 6.
-, Earl of Salisbury's New Year's gift to, 7.
-, orders revival of Court of Roundhedge in Enfield Chase, 10, 139.
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 12, 86, 152, 193.
-, his gift of deer to Earl of Suffolk, 12.
-, receives free gifts from Hertfordshire, 15.
-, articles missing in Cranborne after visit of, 17.
-, visits Cranborne House, 19, 77, 127, 137, 157, 166, 167n., 186.
-, said to have been well disposed towards Overbury, 22.
-, reference to indisposition of, 31.
-, influx of French artisans into England in reign of, 31.
-, to attend baptism of Viscount Cranborne in person, 34 and n.
-, his letter concerning dispute over Cranborne Chase, 35, 46.
-, his visit to Scotland, 42 and n., 47, 49, 57.
-, excuses Earl of Salisbury from attending upon him in Scotland, 48.
-, supports establishment of theological college in Chelsea, 58.
-, attempt by conspirators against Countess of Exeter to submit false evidence to, 66, 67.
-, his pardon sought for Kenithorpe, 79.
-, his order regarding erection of houses of correction, 83.
-, authority of surveyors of, 84.
-, Bohemian expectations from kinship of Elector Palatine with, 89.
-, requires surrender of lease of silk customs by Earl of Salisbury, 90, 91.
-, Bohemian Estates solicit Electress Palatine for assistance from, 91.
-, complimented on his exploitation of alum works, 95.
-, his bounty to "reclaimed" pirates misappropriated by Bingley, 99, 100.
-, his gift to Duke of Saxony, 100.
-, his losses due to malpractices of Lord Treasurer Suffolk and others, 102, 108, 109.
-, his attitude towards examination of Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 104, 106, 108.
-, deformed child shown to, 104.
-, resolves dispute between Duke of Buckingham and Earl of Pembroke, 104.
-, his extraordinary grant to Deyall, 105.
-, Lord Treasurer Suffolk referred by majority of Star Chamber to clemency of, 110 seqq,
-, letter from Great Mogul to, 114.
-, orders stricter application of recognizances for good behaviour, 115.
-, permits levies of men for defence of Palatinate, 121.
-, at Theobalds, 128.
-, report on Count Dohna's audience with, 129, 130.
-, declares his commitment to the defence of Palatinate, 130, 131, 141.
-, denies receiving any assurance that Palatinate would not be invaded, 130.
-, City of London attempts to arrogate new privileges at expense of prerogative of, 131.
-, Yelverton submits himself to clemency of, 132.
-, his submission agreed to by majority of Star Chamber, 132.
-, anti-Imperialists reluctant to engage in hostilities without assistance from, 135.
-, appoints commissioners to consider military assistance for Palatinate, 140.
-, his hope to be "in love with Parliament," 145.
-, expects Parliament to aid him in defending Palatinate, 145.
-, Ogle's views of his vacillation over Palatinate, 147.
-, Yelverton's open reference to Buckingham's domination of, 149.
-, sanguine about restitution of Prince Elector's patrimony, 152.
-, his message to Parliament, 153.
-, his answer to petition of House of Commons, 153.
-, letter to Calvert, 153.
-, complains about intransigence of House of Commons concerning its privileges, 154.
-, instructions to Speaker of House of Commons from, 154.
-, Earl of Southampton examined about his alleged opposition in Parliament to, 155.
-, address by House of Commons to, 156.
-, his offer to Parliament, 156.
-, his book on Parliament, 158.
-, chooses dissolution of Parliament as lesser of two evils, 159.
-, Lord Treasurer Cranfield's influence over, 167.
-, Earl of Bristol's letter to, 169.
-, reference to his tolerant attitude towards Catholics in England, 180.
-, 184(2), 187, 189, 202, 203, 211, 248, 249, 261, 262, 274, 344, 412, 449.
-, to take oath to confirm marriage treaty between Prince of Wales and Infanta, 185.
-, his speech in Parliament, 189.
-, his speech to Committee of both Houses of Parliament, 189.
-, Archbishop of Canterbury reports from both Houses of Parliament, 189.
-, reasons for his reluctance to be pushed by Parliament into war with Spain, 190.
-, address from Parliament to, 191.
-, his declaration to Parliament, 191.
-, his speech concerning Duke of Buckingham, 191.
-, his speech to House of Lords, 191.
-, permits States General to raise volunteers in England, 192.
-, his obligations under terms of marriage treaty between Prince Charles and Henrietta Maria, 198.
-, article of impeachment against Duke of Buckingham concerning his giving of medicine to, 211.
-, his portrait at Salisbury House, 251.
-, his hospital at Charterhouse, 384.
James, Prince, Duke of York, later King James II of England, secretary to. See Coventry, Sir William.
James, Sir Roger, of Reigate, co. Surrey, his estate in co. Kent valued at 800, 13.
James, Mr [? William James, of Ightham], co. Kent, his estate valued at 500, 14.
Jameson (Jamsonn), Charles, of Greasley, co. Notts, signs petition to Capell, 293.
Jannin, President. See Jeannin, Pierre.
Janua Linguarum, a dictionary by William Bathe, purchased for Philip Cecil, 281.
Jarman, Sir Thomas. See Jermyn, Sir Thomas.
Jeannin (Jannin), Pierre, President of the Parlement at Dijon, 32.
Jehngr, Mogul Emperor of Hindustan, letter to King, 114.
-, promises concessions and privileges to English merchants in India, 114.
Jenever, Samuel, joiner, work undertaken by him at Hatfield House, 4.
Jenings, Mountayne, gardener at Quickswood, co. Herts, untakes work at Hatfield House, 4.
Jenny, Jernegan, Rector of Belton, co. Suffolk, sues Wentworth for non-payment of tithes, 39.
Jephson or Jepson, Francis, vicar of Saltby, co. Leicester, his deposition, 441.
Jephson (Jepson), Sir John, of Froyle, co. Hants, 156.
Jepson, Sir John. See Jephson, Sir John.
Jermyn, Mr. See Jermyn, Henry.
Jermyn (German), Henry, ViceChamberlain to Queen Henrietta Maria, later 1st Earl
of St. Albans, conveys challenge to a duel from Earl of
Holland to Lord Weston, 274.
-, involved in conspiracy against Parliament, 357, 358, 359.
-, proposes that army be brought to London and seize Tower, 358.
-, proposes to surrender Portsmouth to French, 360.
Jermyn (Jarman), Sir Thomas, of Rushbrooke, co. Suffolk, 271.
Jesuits, 12, 156, 218.
-, advise Emperor Matthias to interfere in Bohemia, 93.
-, Archduke Ferdinand said to be under domination of, 94.
Joachimi, Albert, Heer van
Oostende, Ambassador of the
States General in England,
his speech to King, 230.
-, repeats it to Privy Council, 232.
John, King of England, mentioned, 408.
Johnes, Mr, mentioned in examination of Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 100.
Johnson, Edward, of the Ordnance Office, signs joint letter to Harris, 243.
Johnson (Jhonson), Robert, Alderman of London, 202.
Johnson, , mentioned in examination of Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 102.
Jolly (Jolley), Edward, Steward of the household to the Earl of Salisbury, his accounts, 452.
Jones, Michael, Parliamentary commander and Governor of Dublin, mentioned in tract called New Magna Charta, 410.
Jones, Thomas, Master of the Toils, 83.
Jones (Jonnes), Sir William, Judge of the King's Bench, 203.
Jones, Captain, Royalist, 378.
Jones, Colonel. See Jones, Michael.
Josselin (Josleyn), Sir Thomas, of Dartford, co. Kent, his estate valued at 1000, 14.
Joyce, George, innkeeper at Cranborne, co. Dorset, father of Cornet George Joyce, 379.
Joyce, George, Cornet, 379.
Joyce, , his wardship, 197.
Justices of the Peace, 83.
-, suggested they be authorized to disarm Catholics in event of Spanish invasion, 221.
-, their powers of examination limited to their respective shires, 254.
-, to help with the levying of men in Hertfordshire, 301, 307, 308.
-, to punish mutinous and unruly soldiers, 317.
-, to assist in putting Hertfordshire in state of defence, 321.
Karlstein (Carelstein) [Bohemia], Count of Thurn deprived of the charge of the Castle of, 93.
Keatt, Hugh [? of Hagbourne, co. Berks], 188.
Keble (Kebell), John, of Great Leighs, co. Essex, commissioned to investigate enclosures on Tiptree Heath, 449(2).
Keddington, John, petition to Earl of Salisbury, 459.
Keeling, Alice, wife of John Keeling, 443.
Keeling, John, of Essendon, co. Herts, 443.
Keeling, William, of Hatfield, co.
Herts, receives gift from
Earl of Salisbury, 87.
Keighley (Keighlie, Kedgeley,
Kightley, Kightlie, Kitteley)
Christopher, of St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, London, Steward, later Receiver-General,
to the Earl of Salisbury,
leaves Brett's service for that
of Earl of Salisbury's, 9(2).
-, letter to his father, 9.
-, 10, 18(2), 30, 31, 33, 34, 36(2), 37(2), 41, 44(2), 46, 56, 60, 76, 77, 78, 82, 87, 135, 138, 147, 151, 152, 159, 164, 165, 167, 176, 185, 186, 193, 201, 202, 203, 204(2), 205, 208, 209, 215, 230.
-, pepper sent to his mother from London, 30.
-, letter to Dr Collins, 31.
-, conveys lease to Mary Rogers, 31.
-, letter to Percival, 46.
-, witnesses marriage contract between Lady Anne Cecil and Arthur Capell, 178.
-, his loyalty called in question by Sherfield, 195.
-, letter to Coningsby, 205.
-, letter to Miles, 209.
-, letter to Ashley, 212.
-, letter to Wakefield, 214.
-, 226, 229(2), 234(2), 235, 238, 256(2), 259, 266(3), 271, 334, 458.
-, letter to Hooper, 229.
-, his name put forward as burgess M.P. for Old Sarum, 229.
-, signs agreement with Leytye on exploitation of tin, 253.
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 254.
-, asked to further Knowles's suit to Earl of Salisbury, 271.
-, death of his wife, 278.
-, petition to, 458.
Keighley, Lawrence, of Green Hammerton, co. Yorks, father of Christopher Keighley, 9.
Keighley or Kighley, Thomas, of Grays Thurrock, co. Essex, involved in legal proceedings, 40.
Keith, William, 6th Earl Marischal,
signs joint letter to English
Peers at York, 322.
-, charges of his regiment, 336.
Kellegrew, Thomas. See Killigrew, Thomas.
Kellie, Earl of. See Erskine, Thomas.
Kelshall, co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 126.
Kemys (Kenys), William, Sheriff of co. Monmouth, 235.
Kenard. See Kinnaird.
Kenithorpe, Ensign, Earl of Salisbury intervenes on behalf of,
-, seeks King's pardon for his part in a fatal duel, 90.
Kennedy, John, 6th Earl of Cassillis,
signs joint letter to English
Peers at York, 322.
-, opposes nomination of officers of state by Scottish Privy Council, 363.
-, appointed by King as Commissioner of Scottish Treasury, 369.
Kensworth (Kenseworth), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 125.
Kent, proposed sale of Earl of
Salisbury's lands in, 11, 15.
-, valuation of gentry's estates in, 13, 14.
-, sale of Earl of Salisbury's property in, 56.
-, other references to Earl of Salisbury's lands in, 78, 81, 255.
-, Justices of Assize for, 115.
-, 175, 213, 220, 247, 304.
Kenys. See Kemys, William.
Ker, Henry, Lord Ker (Carr), son of
Robert Ker, 1st Earl of
Roxburghe, calls Marquis of
Hamilton a traitor, 368.
-, challenges him to a duel, 368.
-, apologizes in Scottish Parliament to Marquis of Hamilton, 368.
Ker, Jane, Lady Roxburghe, 2nd wife of Robert Ker, 1st Earl of Roxburghe, 45.
Ker, Robert, 1st Earl of Roxburghe, 368, 418.
Kerle (Kyrle), Robert, Colonel, former Royalist commander, his ironworks in Forest of Dean, 401.
Kerne, Colonel. See Kerne, William.
Kerne or Carne, William, Colonel, Governor of the Isle of Wight, 374.
Kerr, William, Earl of Lothian
(Loudon), son of Robert
Kerr, 1st Earl of Ancram or
Ancrum, signs joint letter to
English Peers at York, 322.
-, opposes nomination of officers of state by Scottish Privy Council, 363.
Kett. See Cecil, Catherine.
Kettly, Mr, 402.
Kickerman, purchase of works by, 388, 391.
Kightley, Christopher. See Keighley, Christopher.
Killigrew, Sir Peter, of Arwennak,
near Falmouth, co. Cornwall,
-, Viscount Cranborne loses a bet to, 394.
Killigrew (Kellegrew), Thomas,
dramatist, of Lothbury,
London, letter from, 283.
-, his description of nuns possessed by devil at Tours, 283.
-, signs statement concerning miracle at Tours, 285.
Kimpton (Kympton), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 125.
King (Kinge), Anthony, of Alderholt, co. Dorset, guilty of encroaching on Earl of Salisbury's waste at Alderholt, 236.
King, Edward, Colonel, of Ashby, co. Lincs, mentioned in tract called New Magna Charta, 408.
King (Kynge), Henry, of Worlingworth, co. Suffolk, sued for non-payment of tithes, 176.
King, John, Bishop of London, his opinions and verdict at examination of Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 112.
King, , of Alderholt, co. Dorset, illegal digging of turf on Alderholt Heath by tenants of, 236.
King's Bench, Court of, Franklin's case tried in, 23.
King's College, Cambridge, 31.
-, letter dated from, 271.
-, Provost of. See Collins, Samuel.
Kingscroft (Kuynscroft), Mr, of the Alienation Office, 206.
King's Head, The, Carter Lane, London, 270.
King's Lynn (Lynn), co. Norfolk,
suggested that magazine of
munition be established at,
-, tenants of Brigstock pay towards maintenance of garrison at, 380.
-, Earl of Salisbury elected M.P. for, 403.
Kingston, Earl of. See Pierrepont, Robert.
King's Walden (Kings Walden), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 125.
Kinnaird (Kenard), Perthshire, Scotland, letter dated from, 47 and n.
Kintyre, Argyllshire, Scotland, Scots build fortifications at, 335.
Kirkham, Mr. See Kirkham, Roger.
Kirkham (Kirkshaw), Roger, of
Cheshunt, co. Herts, Receiver-General to the Earl of
Salisbury, guest at Hatfield
-, letter to Collins, 278.
-, his accounts, 288.
-, 367, 375, 458.
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 381.
-, denies that he has exploited his position to buy property, 382.
Kirkshaw, Roger. See Kirkham, Roger.
Kitemoor (Kytemoore) Coppices, Chetterwood, co. Dorset, 140.
Kitteley, Mr. See Keighley, Christopher.
Klesel (Slosell), Melchior, Cardinal, Bishop of Vienna, and Prime Minister to Emperor Matthias, 93.
Knapp, Martha, of St. Peter, Ipswich, co. Suffolk, involved in legal proceedings, 43.
Knatchbull, Sir Norton, of Hatch, Mersham, co. Kent, his estate valued at 2000, 13.
Knatchbull, Thomas, of Hatch, Mersham, co. Kent, his estate valued at 300, 13.
Knatchbull, Mr, of Maidstone, co. Kent, his estate valued at 300, 14.
Knebworth (Knebsworth), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 125.
Knight, Saunder, petition for payment of work, 373.
Knightlye, Captain, guest at Hatfield House, 2.
Knollys (Knowles), Elizabeth, 2nd
wife of William Knollys,
Viscount Wallingford, later
Earl of Banbury, guest at
Hatfield House, 2.
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 162, 193.
-, frame for portrait of, 216.
Knollys, Sir Francis, of Reading, guest at Hatfield House, 2.
Knollys (Knowles), William, 1st
Baron Knollys of Greys,
later Viscount Wallingford
and 1st Earl of Banbury,
Master of the Court of Wards,
-, guest at Hatfield House, 2.
-, 35, 51, 60, 85, 177, 213, 214.
Knowle, co. Kent, 312.
Knowles, Lady. See Knollys, Elizabeth.
Knowles, Lord. See Knollys, William.
Knowles, James, Fellow of King's College, Cambridge, Keighley requested to further his suit to Earl of Salisbury, 271.
Koblenz (Coblentz) [Rheinland Pfalz, Germany], 128.
Kreuznach (Creuznach), [Rheinland Pfalz, Germany], retaken from Spinola, 133.
Kronenberg, Johann Schweikard von, Archbishop, Elector of Mainz, Spinola assisted by, 128.
Kympton. See Kimpton.
Kynersley (Kynesly, Kynderslay) Charles, letter to Keighley, 147.
Kyrle, Robert, Colonel. See Kerle, Robert.
Kytemoore Coppices. See Kitemoor.
Kyttammaster, , a keeper of Enfield Chase, co. Middlesex, reference to his death, 209.