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Index: J, K

Pages 673-675

Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House: Volume 4, 1590-1594. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1892.

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J.K.

J.

Jackson :

Arthur; 417.

John; 7.

Mayor of Southampton; 121.

Joseph, a merchant of St. Jean de Luz; 331.

agent for M. Chasteaumartin; 417.

Thomas York; 122.

Father, a Jesuit; 496.

Jacomel, M., president of Calais, letter from; 330.

Jacques :

Lieutenant, in Ireland; 310.

; 588.

James, ; 625.

James VI., King of Scotland, see Scotland, King of.

James, John; 78.

Jameson, James, master of a ship; 330.

Jan Callvet, Mons.; 197.

Janeson, Jan, a name for Modye, at Antwerp; 581.

Jannyn, President, at Laon, conferences with the King, etc.; 589, 591, 592, 593.

Jansse, Albert, of North Holland; 166.

Jaques; 626.

Lieut., at Brussels; 497.

Jara; 78.

Jedburgh; 30.

Jefferey, Jeffereys or Jeffrye :

Thomas, merchant of Calais; 28, 532.

letters from; 205, 505, 506.

Jefford :

John, of Chichester; 263.

of Chillington; 267, 272.

of Loughton; 273.

Jefforde, Capt. Sir George; 229.

Jelley, Jacques, Burgomaster of Flushing; 503.

Jemmett :

Warham; 230.

letter from; 475.

Jenkin, James ap, of Llanvocha; 274.

Jennes, Francis; 333.

Jennings, , [lover] of Cecil's children's nurse; 445.

Jennye, Francis, wardship of heir of; 524.

Jenyson, Ralph, Alderman of Newcastle-upon-Type; 123.

Jermin, Sir Thomas, at Dieppe; 158.

Jermyn, Sir Rpbert; 461.

Jernegam, ; 309.

Jernegan :

Henry; 115.

guardian of Henry Bedingfield; 275.

Jerponville, Mons.; 161.

Jersey :

Captain or Governor of; 314, 353, 354, 359, 360, 361, 493.

diversion of trade from Brittany to; 11

letters dated at; 337, 340, 366, 370.

fortification of the castle; 276, 277, 336, 360, 361, 365, 454, 489, 492, 493.

plans for, sunk; 361, 365.

a dispute about wages; 561.

Governorship of; 126.

munitions, etc., for; 188, 226, 309, 314, 336, 354 (2), 454.

companies appointed for, quality, training, etc.; 336, 359, 454.

an English soldier murdered by a very bad fellow; 337, 365.

troops in, captains of, pay, etc.; 377.

troops sent from Brittany to, supplies for, etc.; 454.

threatened by the Spaniards; 454.

dismes of corn, tithes, etc.; 455.

deputies of, deed of, promising contribution; 489.

a deputy of, encourages a dispute about wages; 561.

shipping of troops from; 562.

Jervaux Abbey; 83.

Jervis, John, of Rossham; 263.

Jesuit, a, pious reflections of; 464.

Jesuits, a spy among the; 116.

at Brussels; 128, 496.

power of the; 335.

not daring to gainsay; 496.

endeavour to discredit; 536.

Jesuits and Seminary priests, lists of; 131.

commission for inquiry after; 148.

countermines against; 152.

conveyance to and from England; 336, 588.

a search after; 478.

gaols of London full of; 512.

Jetter, Robert, of Flixton; 269.

Jewels :

taken in the prize Carrack; 232.

a certain diamond; 549.

Master of the; 539.

Jhonestoune, ; 25.

Jisop, Robert, of Southwark; 271.

John of Austria, Don, brother of King of Spain; 172, 576.

Johnes, Jhones :

Sir Thomas, a justice of the peace of Carmarthen, letter from; 53.

accused of treason; 115.

lease of Emlyn manor granted to; 382.

Johns, Thomas trumpeter of the Golden Dragon; 233.

Johnson :

John, merchant at London; 180.

one of the murderers of Sir W. Mallory's son; 285.

Robert, hospitals and schools erected by; 107.

Thomas, seminary priest; 258.

Johnstoun, Archibald; 112.

Joigner, Andrew, of Barking; 268.

Joillet, one; 581.

Jonay, Dom, statement as to cargo of the prize Carrack; 254.

Jones :

the knave; 162.

Anthony, page to Sir W. Stanley; 500.

Edmund, of Marden; 265.

of Streatford; 265.

of Norton; 265.

Griffin, a Welsh soldier adventurer, travels; 466.

Mrs., committed to the Tower; 155.

Joos, the post of Antwerp; 496.

Jordan, Thomas, attendant of Dr. Crathe; 310.

Joviers, one; 581.

Joyeuse :

Mons. de, or Cardinal, in Languedoc; 307.

intercepted letter from Due de Mayenne to; 590, 621.

Juge, Mons. de; 581.

K.

Kar, William, of Ancrum, slaughter of; 175.

Kaye, John, son of a clerk of the Green Cloth; 341.

Keller, William; 14.

Kelley :

Lady; 389.

Mr., a merchant of Dartmouth; 356.

Richard, of Kingsweare; 598.

Thomas; 366, 389.

Kelly :

Sir Edward, at Prague; 450.

Willian, of Dunbar; 13, 15.

Kelly's matter; 417.

Kelso :

a fight arranged at; 175.

taken; 548.

Kelsterne, John; 138.

Kemp :

John, of Minvery; 274.

Mayle, late of London; 264.

Sir Thomas, wife of; 264.

Kenilworth; 371.

Kenshame :

George, deceased; 418.

Elizabeth wife of; 418.

Her Majesty's ward; 418.

Kensington, Warden of the Fleet's house at; 434.

Kent, County of :

Lord Lieutenant of; 14.

recusants in; 264.

levies of men in; 321, 565, 569.

salvage from wrecks on coast of; 456.

sulplusage of corn in; 196.

victuallers assessed upon; 453.

Ker :

Sir John, of Lytilldane, parted from his wife, excommunicated for remarriage; 31.

George, entrusted with the Scotch King's instructions to Spain; 216.

Kerme, Thomas, marriage; 8.

Kerne, Mr.; 9.

Kerr, Master George, escape of; 373.

Kertlinge, letter dated at; 488.

Ket's rebellion in Norfolk, mentioned; 472.

Ketredge, Mr.; 412.

Keyles, James, of London, master mariner; 544.

Keymes, or Keymish, one; 581.

Keythe, Jeanne, of Balquhairne; 48.

Kilcoran, woods of, pipe staves from; 464.

Kildsbie, Northamptonshire; 558.

Killigrew :

Henry, the Queen's Councillor; 51.

Sir Henry, letters to Essex; 135, 137, 154, 155, 157.

a candidate for receivership of Court of Wards; 529.

examination taken before; 543.

Lady; 73.

Mr.; 139, 154, 167.

William, a commissioner for the Carrack; 234, 238.

mentioned; 529.

Killingworth, a copyhold in; 370.

Killysgrewe, John, Captain of the Castle of Arvenik; 116.

Kilmainham, letter dated at; 372, 386.

Kincarne, a meeting of Scottish lords at; 25, 27.

King :

, at Harwich; 563.

at Southampton; 575.

Reymon; 219.

King of armies: 619.

Kingsmels, two stars at Basing called; 142.

Kingston-upon-Hall, see Hall.

Kinsale, soldiers sent to; 154.

Kirkaldy; 85.

Kitchen, John, of Ryslip; 267.

Knight, Robert, of Goldefield; 271.

Knighton, Mr., a gentleman of Hertfordshire, wife of; 533.

Knight's Place by Cobham, Kent; 85.

Knockmullin burnt; 171.

Knolly, Knolles :

Sir Francis; 14, 218.

Sir William; 154, 291, 296.

letter from; 347. See also Knowles.

Knowell, William, of Samford Orease; 274.

Knowles :

Agnes, recusant; 80.

Oliver, of Combe near Greenwich; 496.

Simon, cutler, travels and adventures; 496, 497.

examination of; 499.

Sir William; 353. See also Knollys.

Knox, John; 205.

Knyght, John, Southampton; 121.

Knyvett, Sir Henry; 291, 295.

Kydman, , servant to Lord Shrewbury; 420.

Kyffin, Maurice, letters to Lord Essex; 153, 175.

Kyfte :

in Wales; 63.

John, a prisoner in the Marshalsea; 38.

Kyrton, Lincolnshire, parsonage of; 176.