Index: J, K

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Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 6 Part 1, 1538-1542. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1890.

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Jacobacis, Jacobatiis (Jacobazzi? card. Christophoro), the Pope's Datary, 58, 244.

-, recommended for the abpc. of Syracusa, 244.

Jaen, town of Andalucia, bp. of, v. Mendoza (Francisco de).

James, k. of Scotland, 302, 321, 328, 354, 367, 435, Int. xvii.

-, his mother, v. Margaret.

-, wives, v. Magdalen of France and Marie de Guise.

-, his ambs., v. under Campbell, Reid, and Stewart.

Janissaries, Barbarossa loses 4,000, at Candia (1538), 9.

Jeanne d'Albret, dau. of Henri II., titular k. of Navarre and Margaret de Valois, v. under Albret.

Jerôme (William), Romanist priest, executed and burnt (June 1540), 542.

Joanna, q. of Castille, v. Juana.

Joaõ III., k. of Portugal (1521–57), 2, 5, 63, 109–11, 221.

-, losing all his sons one by one, 294.

-, -, the only one remaining (Sebastiaõ) being a sickly infant, 294.

-, his fleet, 221.

-, courier of, carries lets, to the Emp., 414.

Joaquino (Giovan), an Italian, v. Gioachin and Jocquin.

Jocquin (Jacques), Int. xxxi; v. Gioachino.

John (Jean), k. of France (1350–64), 440.

-, k. of England (1199–216), defeated by the Dauphin of France (Louis VIII.), 440.

-, Zapoli, waywod of Transylvania, 419.

-, his wife, ibid.

-, his son, ibid.

Joigny, in France (dep. Calvados), 10, 13.

Juana (Joanna, the Crazy), dau. of Ferdinand and Isabella; wife of Philip I., and mother of Charles V. (b. 1479, d. 1553), 445, 531.

-, -, visited at Torderillas by her son, the Emp. (Jan. 1543), 462 n.

-, -, Henry's advice respecting her, 447.

-, de Austria; dau. of Charles V. (b. 24 June 1535), 245 n.

-, -, another, wife of Joaõ, prince of Brazil; dau. of Charles V. and Isabella of Portugal (d. 7 Sept. 1573), founds a convent of nuns at Madrid, 549; v. Descalzas Reales.

Judaism; report of a man having died at Valencia openly professing (June 1541), 241.

-, -, enquiries to be made by the inquisitors of that city respecting, ibid.

Juliers, duchy of, 62.

-, du. de, v. Mark, and La Mark.

Juvenale (Latino), chamberlain of Paul III., on a mission to Francis, 114, 151, 154, 289.

-, -, to Scotland with a cardinal's hat for the archbishop of St. Andrew, 99.


Karne (Dr.), v. Carne.

Katharine (Catalina), of Aragon; alluded, v. under Catharine.

-, q. of Portugal, wife of D. Joaõ III., 5.

Kaulek (Gerôme), "Correspondence politique de MM. de Castillon et de Marillac"; quoted, Int. iii n., xix.

Kennebet, u. Knyvet.

Kiel, in Denmark, 61, 531.

Kildare, earl of, v. Fitz Gerald.

Kingston (Sir William), capt. of the K.'s bodyguard; gov. of the Tower, 540.

Kinloss, in Scotland, abbot of, v. Reid (Robert).

Kirkaldy of Grange, treasurer of Scotland, 335 n.

Knybet, Knyvet (Anthony), accused of having slapped the face of a gentleman within the precints of the Royal Palace (1542), 552.

-, -, pardoned, ibid.

-, (Sir Henry), brother of the preceding, Eng. amb. to k. Francis in Dec. 1539, recalled, 464.

-, -, -, owing to certain haughty words uttered by him in Francis' presence, ibid.

-, -, appointed to go to the Emp. (Jan. 1542), 464.

-, -, his sec. arrives in London coming from France, ibid.

-, -, to be replaced by the bp. of London (Boner) (Feb. 1542), 467.

-, -, -, Gardener's colleague in Flanders for some time, 492.

Kristiern II., the dethroned k. of Denmark and Sweden, v. Christian.

Kristierna of Denmark, dau. of the above, v. Christina.