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Pages 639-641

Calendar of State Papers, Ireland, 1608-1610. Originally published by Longman and Co, London, 1874.

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Kanturk, castle of, re-grant of, to Desmond Owen M'Carthy. 516.

Kavanaghs, the, apprehended rising of, 78.

, to be "bridled" by a plantation at Carlow, 396.

Keantwirck, see Kanturk.

Kearney, Dr., 350.

, Brian, Archbishop of Cashel, has gone to the traitor Tyrone, 399.

, Paul, his brother, a merchant of Cashel, 398.

, —, collects money from parts of Cashel, and goes with it to London, ib.

, —, if watched on arriving in London, &c., may lead to discovery of his brother the Archbishop, ib.

Kelitoom, Brian Kelly's land in, 134.

Kelleys [Kellys], the, a savage people, inhabit Clanbrasell, the Goolichars, xi.

Kells alias Dezart, priory of, 448.

Kelly, Brian, petitions for recovery of his lands, 133.

, —, the King assents, 134.

, —, his petition, ib.

, —, his father's lands in Galway and Roscommon to be passed to him, 176.

, Dennis, 511.

, Donaugh, 512.

, Edmund, 511.

, John, ib.

, Captain, 337.

Kelly's Country, 134.

Kempe, Mr. John, General, 528.

Kennaleigh, cantred of, 131.

Kennedy, Robert, 325, 341.

, —, to be second chamberlain of Exchequer, 530.

Kenny, Mr., 367.

, Nicholas, escheator and feodary of Dublin and other counties, 515.

, —, escheator of Dublin and other counties, 583.

Kentish-men brought over to Dublin, 4.

Keogh, the name formerly M'Oghie, 120, note.

Kerdiffe, Mr. Serjeant, 74, 75, 77.

, Serjeant Nicholas, 233.

Kern, difficulty of arresting, 385.

Kerne, O'Dogherty's, advised to leave Glenvagh, 45.

, wood—, petition for pardon of, 143.

Kerry, county of, 98, 217, 247.

Kerson, John, of Embden, a pirate of Tunis, 279.

Kevenaught, see Kavanagh.

Keys, David, 84.

Kilbarro, 225.

Kilcoran, 225.

Kildare, Earl of, inheritor of Lecale, xii.

, —, his daughter Bridget married to Earl of Tyrconnell, lxv.

, —, his suit with Sir R. Digby remitted to ordinary courts, 20.

, —, inquiry regarding, 29.

, —, suit with Sir R. Digby, draft sentence on, 141.

, —, decree of Castle Chamber, 162.

, Mabel, Countess of, jointure of, 141.

, Earl, his case, 202.

, —, proof of the deed, 8 Eliz., ib.

, —, 327, 330, 331, 332, 482.

, —, complains that he has been vexed by Sir Robt. Digby, by suits in Court of Castle Chamber, 210.

, —, was acquitted there, ib.

, —, he (the Earl) now proceeds in King's Bench, ib.

, —, but is prohibited by Council Board, ib.

, —, prays that the ordinary course of law be allowed, ib.

, —, papers regarding his suit with Sir R. Digby, 424.

, —, death of his old aunt, 517.

, —, contest with Sir R. Digby renewed, ib.

, —, contest with Sir R. Digby renewed on death of old Countess, 524.

, —, cause of, remitted to the tribunals of Ireland, ib.

, Countess Dowager of, 327.

, Mabel, Countess Dowager of, 376.

Killeightra, 208. See Killetra.

Killeightragh, 348, 349. See Killetra.

Killeytra, 89. See Killetra.

Kiliole, priory of, 448.

Kilkay, see Kilkea.

Kilkea, 331.

Kilkellan, dissolved abbey of, 457.

Kilkenny, new charter of, 54.

, William Deane, dean of, 398.

Killadonnell, Sir Neale O'Donnell at, 3.

, abbey of, county of Donegal, granted to Captain Basil Brooke, 573.

Killalo, Moriertagh M'Brien Arra, Bishop of, 384.

Killaloe and Achonry, bishoprics of, Meiler Magrath, Archbishop of Cashel, seeks to have them, 353.

, he was promised them on resigning Waterford and Lismore, ib.

Killeen, Lord, 376, 381, 382.

Killeightra, goodliest timber in, 208.

Killeitragh, lxxxiii. See Killetra and Killetragh.

Killene, Baron of, 150. See Killeen.

Killetra, surveyed by London agents, 286.

Killetragh, woods of, to be reserved to city of Derry, 136.

, —, Lord Audelay proposes to reserve to the King, 259.

Killibeg, in Donegal, 464.

Killinghall, Henry, examination of, 23.

, —, taken prisoner at Youghal, ib.

, —, reconciled to the church of Rome, ib.

, —, reports the expected aid of the Pope to Tyrone, ib.

, —, was accounted to the church of Rome before he left England, 24.

, —, never saw Tyrone while out of England, 49.

, —, has not received orders, ib.

Killultagh, 89, 194, 364.

— and Brasilogh (which latter Sir Fulk Conway would undertake), are a den of rebels and thieves, 364.

Killybeggs, scouts brought from, 26.

, 194.

Kilmacrennan barony, Sir Ralph Bingley to undertake a proportion in, 363, 366.

, abbey of, sold to Tyrconnell by Bingley, 441.

, —, granted to Trinity College, ib.

, —, and 31 quarters of its lands granted to Sir James Fullerton, 11th Oct., 1 James I., 573.

, —, by him sold to Sir Ralph Bingley, ib.

, —, who sold to the Earl of Tyrconnell, ib.

Kil M'Itrien, lands of, in Kilmacreenan barony, granted by Earl of Tyrconnell to P. Conley, of Dublin, merchant, 571.

, being after the Earl's treason, void, ib.

Kilmacahil friary, 216.

Kilmage, surrender of castle of, 443.

Kilmainham, the only King's house fit for the Deputy, 250.

, a goodly and vast building, ib.

, much decayed, ib.

, will cost 3, 000l. to repair it, ib.

, unless repaired this summer will fall down in the winter, 250, 251.

— has stayed the grant of the lands belonging to it on the north side of the Liffey to Auditor Sutton, 332, 333.

, the house of Kilmainham convenient for residence of the Deputy, because of the noisesomeness of the Castle of Dublin, 333.

, this land is convenient for the house, ib.

, the Deputy has already lost 1,500 to 2,000 barrels of tithe corn payable to the Deputy's house till Michaelmas last, ib.

, he fears if they lose this land the King must either buy it back again, ib.

, or make the Deputy larger allowance, ib.

, rebuilding of, 423.

Kilmallock, to be the seat of one of the presidents, xvi.

, 203.

, inquiry in the cause of Lord Bourke at, 291.

, mayor of Limerick imprisoned at, 447.

Kilmanan, see Kilmainham.

Kilmore, Bishop of, 115.

, —, his demesne lands, ib.

, —, his duties out of Erenagh lands, ib.

— and Ardagh, Bishop of, lxxxvii.

, diocese of, inquisition in, 577.

, Erenagh land in, 403.

, Bishop's demesnes in, ib.

Kilmorie, 494.

Kilpatrick, rectory of, grant to James Netterville, 288.

Kilteefany, 115.

Kilultagh, a county in Down, xi.

, captains of, ib.

Kilulter, one of the greatest fortresses in Tyrone, 294.

Kilultoe, see Kilultagh.

Kilwarlin, a county in Down, xi.

, captain of, ib.

, country of, 470.

Kinalarty, a country in Down, xi.

Kinaleurty, see Kinalarty.

King James the Second, his Chancellor supposed (wrongly) to have removed Sir Arthur Chichester's papers from Ireland, ciii.

, and that they thereby came, in 1799, to America, ib.

King's Bench, 111.

, Lord Chief Justice of, his yearly fee, 338.

, clerkship of Crown and Common Pleas, to Thos. Cole, 506.

King's and Queen's Counties, plantation of, lxxiii.

, intermixed habitation of, the capital error, lxxvi.

King's titles to lands in escheated counties recorded and reduced into a book, 410.

King, John, attorney to Countess of Desmond, 20.

, —, 202.

, Sir John, 218, 366, 507, 508.

— Neale, 101.

Kingsmill, John, bill to, 19, 509.

Kinsale, final defeat of Irish at, xviii.

, sovereign and commons solicit favour in regard of their customs, 24.

, island near, 50.

, recusancy fines remitted in, 128.

, agent of, at London, 131.

, fines (for nonconformity) imposed on, remitted, 128.

, new charter for, 154.

, 206.

, new charter of, warrant for, 523.

Kinshelagh, fort in, constable, Capt. Denis Dale, 508.

Kintinke, 375.

Knegagh, Rorie, and his followers, the cutting off of, 74.

Knight of the Valley, 329. See Glin, Knight of.

Knight, William, M.A., 501.

Knockfergus, Queen's castle at, xiii.

, troops at, 33.

, new charter for, 154.

Knockicligh, castle of, in barony of Dunganon, 439.

Knockinny, precinct of, 405.

Knocklesilla, hill of, 37.

Knockverges, see Knockfergus.

Knolles, Lord, commissioner of plantation of Londonderry, 136.

Knox, Andrew, Bishop of Isles of Scotland, to be Bishop of Raphoe, 442.

Krickstoun, 381.

Kylmalocke, see Kilmallock.