Calendar of State Papers Foreign: Elizabeth, Volume 13, 1578-1579. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1903.
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Kampen, Campen, surrenders to the Estates of Gueldres, 104, 107, 112.
Karouss, 'Almaine Carouss,' 506, 512.
Keeper, Lord. See Bacon.
Kempenhout, Camp of the Estates removed to, 246, 276.
Kenoye. See Quesnoy.
-, Carpen near Cologne, besieged by Prince of Parma, 488, 502, 504, taken, 516, and garrison hung, 522
-, surrendered by garrison, who first looted the pay-chest, 523, 535 (p. 404)
-, the Prince's object in securing, 591.
Kerrykurrihy, Lord of. See Fitzgerald.
Kerseys, 624, 627, 664, 665.
Kervells. See Caravel.
Kessel on the Maas, Prince of Parma crosses the Maas at, 555 (p. 417).
-, Francois de la, Seigneur de Ryhove, his house at Ghent, 246
-, proposes the appointment of the Prince of Orange as Governor of Ghent, opposed by Embize, the Burgomaster, 394, 396
-, outwardly reconciled, 399, account of the affair, 413
-, collects scattered forces of men of Ghent
-, Walloons retire before, 430, 447
-, brings prisoners of Ghent back, 621
-, two ensigns of his regiment, from Ghent, cut up by Count Egmont at Ninove, 695.
-, Henry, instructions to, and others, to observe condition of parties in Netherlands, 55, his report thereon, 58, his expenses, 59
-, Fremyn's greetings to, 125
-, mentioned, 300
-, letter from, to Davison
-, living at Hendon with wife
-, gives Davison hints for his conduct
-, mentions his (?) bastard son, 336, or nephew (see No. 350)
-, letter to, from Davison, with remembrances to wife and 'the three sisters,' 350
-, Ehem's remembrances to, 565.
-, letter from, 336
-, to, 350.
Kirtling, co. Camb., 225.
Kisten, Philip, of Newbury, 627.
Kitson, Sir Thomas, Queen Elizabeth visits on 'progress,' 197, 199, 202, 204.
Kloppenburg, Clappenburg, route viâ, to Frankfort, 626.
-, Sir Francis, P.C., Treasurer of the Queen's Household. 'Mr. Treasurer,' letter to, from Walsingham, 69
-, signs dispatch from Privy Council, 91, 92
-, attributes Queen's resolution to assist Estates to good impression made by bravery of English troops in action, 162.
-, letter from, 162
-, to, 69.
-, Kuningslowe, M. de, Agent of Duke John Casimir, 5, 116
-, to meet the Duke at Flushing, 561.