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Index: K

Pages 625-626

Calendar of State Papers, Ireland, 1603-1606 . Originally published by Longman and Co, London, 1872.

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Kavanaghs, the, 465.

Kavanagh, Bryan M'Donaugh, pension of, 426.

, Dermott M'Morish of Knockengarron, pardon for, with 27 others, 166.

, Donell Spaniagh, 426.

, —, 146, note.

, —, chief of the Kavanaghs, 159.

, —, has a pension from the King, 159.

, —, meets Tyrone and others at Carlow, 159.

Kaypagch in Ruisse, 90.

Kearney, Bryan, Jesuit, 380.

, James, priest, 380.

Keenan, Nicholas, 218.

, —, late a poor singing man, void of knowledge of grammar, is Bishop of Kerry, 218.

Kells, Kellys, abbey of, in Kilkenny, 125, 390, 549, 550.

Kelly, Ensign, in Spanish service, 397.

, Garrot, 110.

, John, 126, 254.

, John, pensioner, 421.

, Dennis, pensioner, 428.

, Piers, priest, 380.

Kellys, see Kells.

Kenan, Robert, 364.

Kennedy, Robert, 348, 349, 373.

Kennie, Nicholas, Escheator-General, 429.

Kerne, 481, 491.

, mostly cut off by the sword, 481.

Kerny, David, Romish bishop, 380.

Kerraghan, Edmond, examination of, 6.

Kerry, 386, 573.

, Bishop of, 218.

— and Desmond, government of 208.

, governor of, 252.

, undertakers in, 472.

, —, have not planted English, 472.

Kettlewell, Marmaduke, a disguised priest comes into Ireland as a servant, sent by Lord Sheefielde, 437.

, —, calls himself Paslowe, and sometimes Tuffer, 437.

, —, is now in Connaught, 438.

Kevan, [ ], vicar of Rathbeggan, 173.

Kidwan, Marmaduke, 116.

Kilbride, 69.

Kilcoole (Kilcooley), abbey of, 210.

Kilcormick, dissolved friary of, 70.

Kildare, the Bishop of, 467.

, —, being vicar of Naass, got his parishioners to communion, 467.

, Mr. Pilseworth recommended as bishop of, 175.

Kildare, Countess of, 71, 89, 92, 327, 505, 506, 571.

, —, arrears of rent due by her to His Majesty, from lands, &c. in Lecale, 344.

, —, harbours Francis Burnley, a priest, at Maynooth, 439.

, Dowager Countess, Lady Cobham, her reported death, 38.

, —, grants to her, 157.

Kildare, county, 347.

, Earls of, all powerful in Ireland, before Henry VIII., xvii.

Kildare, Gerald, Earl of, 71, 91, 110, 165, 176, 215, 216, 234, 493, 404, 505, 583.

, —, his death, and that of his brothers, &c.; his eldest son lately set forth on the stage in London, in "Life and Death of Wolsey," 234.

, —, the grandfather of the present Earl was attainted in Ireland, and died in prison in England, 234.

, —, claims his entertainment although rendered by the new establishment, 291.

, —, his arrears to be paid him, 311.

Kildorrery, 483.

Kilduff, village of, 70.

Kilfenora, bishopric of, 331.

, bishop of Limerick desires to annex it to his see, 403.

, —, agreed to, 404.

Kilkenny, county of, 323.

, canons of, 546.

, books, lxxvi.

, 67, 71, 72, 122, 125, 214.

, town of, promise to make a sessionshouse of an abbey, 67.

, citizens of, promise to pull down relics of popery, 67.

, —, have set up certain relics of popery after promising to put them down, 67.

, outrage there on the Dean of Kilkenny, but the dean was in fault, 214.

Killalo, Bishop of, 404, 471, 591.

Killalowe, O'Brien, Muriertagh, Bishop of, son and heir of Tirlagh Mac I. Brien Dorra, of Arra, to surrender his lands at Castletown in Arra, 404.

Killeaghie, 68.

Killeen, Lord, 69, 366.

Killemarten, otherwise M'Cartan's country, 325.

Killegren, Simon, 110.

Killonan, 124.

Killybegs, or Calebeg, 560, 564.

Killultaghe, 321.

, why attached by Deputy and Council to Antrim rather than to Down, 321, 323.

Kilmactrany, 324, 348, 381.

Kilmainham, abbey of, 195.

, ruinous, and the repairing of it costly, 195.

, 200 acres on north side of Liffey is a common, 50 acres on south side is alone profitable to the Deputy, 195.

, no Deputy has used Kilmainham since Sir W. Fitzwilliam's time, except to store grain, 195.

, Chichester wishes to repair it for a summer residence, 381.

, should be repaired, 488.

, ordered to be repaired, 524.

Kilmallock, 5, 117, 125, 469.

Kilmeny, William, deposition of, 541.

Kilmore, Bishop of, 114.

Kilnatoora, 120.

Kilrenyman (also Kilrewyna), 550.

Kilrenynan, lease of, to Robert Roth, 527.

Kilrewyna, see Kilrenyman.

Kilruske, 352.

Kinalehan in Wexford, xi.

King Edward III., 220, 221.

, —, by 27 Edw. 3, foreigners, being the Pope's nominees, were cut off from being of the King's Council, 220.

King Edward VI., 372.

King, the, could grant episcopal jurisdiction, 351.

, —, has a mixed office, with the priest, 351.

, —, is supreme ordinary, 351.

King, John, 215, 581.

King Henry VIII., 232.

, —, enacted to be King of Ireland, 33 H. 8., 232.

King, William, the Conqueror, 232.

King, John, 113, 232.

, —, to have a fee-farm grant of 50l. for his services, 269.

, Henry, reversion of part of Donald O'Moran's lands, 272.

, John, Deputy Vice-Treasurer, 429.

, —, clerk of, hanaper and crown, 430.

, Sir Robert, trustee for New University of Dublin, xcviii.

Kingsmill, Sir Francis, to be called to account about the wardship of Lady Elizabeth Norris, 163.

, George, pardon of, 176.

Kinsale, 76, 104, 125, 208, 217, 493, 581, 589.

, governor of, 252.

Kinsale, Spanish officers returned from, S.

, powder sent to, 45, 55.

Kirkham, Robert, warrant addressed to, xxii.

Kishyquerck (Kissy check), 124.

Kivett, John, corporal in Spanish service, 396.

Knockcoilly, 68.

Knockengarron, 166.

Knockfergus. See Carrickfergus, 22, 137, 108.

Knollys, Lord, 576.

Knoweneghnosse, 569.

Knyvet, Sir Thomas, warden of mint, 72, 103, 138.

, —, suggestions for the dealing with the currency, 103.

, —, is against reviving a mint at Dublin, 103.

Kyrane, Denis, 364.