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Index: J, K

Pages 431-432

Calendar of State Papers Foreign: Mary 1553-1558. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1861.

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J.K.

J.

Jakotyn, letter dated from, 407.

Janizaries, 148, 156.

Jaille, M. de la, 184.

Jarnac, M. de, see Chabot, Gui.

Jeremiah, Father, created Bishop of Nicotia, 388.

Jerningham, Sir Henry, letter from, 357.

Jerusalem, Naples and, 113.

-, patriarchate of, 388.

Jesi, 312.

Jew, a, baptized in France, 19.

Jewellers, 208, 209.

Joanna, Queen of Spain, death of, 167, 174, 176.

John, King of France (taken prisoner at Crecy), 403.

John Frederick, Duke of Saxony, 4.

-, -, sends Ambassadors to Charles V. and other Princes, 8.

-, -, disputes the electorship of Saxony with Duke Augustus, 10.

-, -, has a privy intelligence with Albert of Brandenburg, 10.

-, -, his son and heir (John Frederick), 150.

Johnson, Lawrence, Danish subject, 391.

-, -, his complaint, 359.

-, William, his heirs, 223.

Julian, Captain, 96, 102.

Julius III., Bishop of Rome (Cardinal del Monte Sansavino, deceased, 23d March, 1555), 9, 14, 20, 47, 57, 76, 91, 99, 127, 136, 141, 163, 202, 203, 225, 289, 335.

-, -, sends a Legate to France to treat for peace, 9.

-, -, labours for peace between the French, the Siennese, and Cosmo de Medici, 10, 12.

Julius III., Bishop of Rome, sends Cardinal Pole to the Emperor, France and England, 19.

-, -, dangerously ill, 41.

-, -, his league with Charles V. and Cosmo de Medici. 53, 86.

-, -, observes a strict neutrality, 90.

-, -, grants aid to the Emperor in Spain, 118.

-, -, his negociations with the French and with the Emperor, 130, 133, 144.

-, -, intercedes for the Siennese, 152.

Jurado, Christopher, merchant of Cordova, 326.

K.

Kele, John, 223.

Kelway, Francis, robbery by, 41.

Kempe, Mr., messenger, 210, 357.

Kent, 62.

-, sea coast of, 62.

-, rising in, 54, 55, 58, 59, 60, 62, 63.

-, gentlemen of, 58, 59.

Kentish insurgents, 57.

Killigrews, the, 74, 261, 263, 274.

-, their piracies, 229, 237.

Killigrew, Henry, 238, 278.

-, John, Governor of Falmouth Castle, 388.

-, -, his son, 388.

-, -, his brother, 390.

-, Peter, 261, 262, 263.

-, Thomas, 123.

-, , 66, 239, 241.

-, the younger, 107, 108.

Kingston, Sir Anthony, 222.

Kirkaldy, Sir William, Laird of Grange, 277, 290, 311.

Kirkawdry, see Kirkaldy.

Knevett, Sir Thomas, 312.

Knight, John, 223.

Knyvett, Lady, 56.

Knyvetts (two), condemned to death, 60.

Knigsberg, letters dated at, 18, 19, 127, 267, 341.

Kynngyn, Balthasar, of Antwerp, 371, 374.