Index: J, K

Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 7, 1558-1580. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1890.

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'Index: J, K', Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 7, 1558-1580, (London, 1890), pp. 704-705. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-state-papers/venice/vol7/pp704-705 [accessed 19 June 2024].

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J

Jaceto, Signor Florens da, 152.

Jaen, bishopric of, 160.

James V., King of Scotland, 829.

-, one of the bastards of, in rebellion, (1559) 87.

James, Prince, son of Queen Mary of Scotland, 373, 383, 394, 455, 829.

-, (1566) baptism of, 371, 378, 384.

-, illness of, 376.

-, (1567) in the fortress of Stirling, 389, 390.

-, demanded by his mother, 389.

-, guardianship of, 391, 449.

-, lords in attendance upon, 392.

-, Elizabeth desires to obtain possession of, 395, 396.

-, crowned King, 399, 400, 405, 829.

James VI., King of Scotland, 536, 707, 829.

-, (1569) to be delivered to Elizabeth, 449, 453.

-, (1570) his delivery demanded by the English, 484.

-, (1572) an Englishman and a French-man to procure the obedience of Scotland to, 538.

-, (1575) suggestion to Philip with respect to, 640.

-, proposed marriage between one of the Infantas and, 637, 640.

-, (1578) governors of, 702.

-, proposed marriage between the sister of the Queen of France and, 761.

-, Elizabeth endeavours to obtain possession of, 702, 704.

-, (1566–80) account of, 829.

-, ambassador from, to England, 829.

-, councillors of, 829.

-, guardians of, 829.

-, uncle of, 799.

January, edict of, 624. See Saint Germain.

Jarnac, battle of, 454, 682.

Jaundice, 123.

Jewelled ornaments, 76.

Jewels, p. 12, 46, 74, 77, 85 bis, 133, 261, 426, 735, 736, 740, 764.

Jews, burnt in Spain, 199.

Joanna of Austria, Princess of Portugal, daughter of the Emperor Charles V. and sister of Philip, 120, 126, 187, 194, 195, 216, 244, 246, 260.

-, -, Governess or Regent of Spain, 81, 104.

-, -, mother of Don Sebastian, King of Portugal, 228, 247.

-, -, her haughty manners, 201.

-, -, ladies of, 187.

John, King of England, 582.

John of Austria, Don, 133, 198, 216, 232, 270, 668, 687, 688, 697, 698, 705, 706, 711, 715.

-, governor of, 247.

-, household of, 124.

-, General of the Sea and Viceroy of Sicily, 247.

-, not made General of the Fleet, 251.

-, house of, in Madrid, 269.

-, proposed marriage between Elizabeth and, 637.

-, ambassador from, to England, 680, 695, 696.

-, retirement of, 689.

-, ambassador to, from England, 697, 708.

-, army of, 697.

-, victory of, 700.

-, suspension of arms between the States of Flanders and, 709.

-, sends Don Alonso de Soto Mayor to France, 709.

-, marriage proposed between Queen Mary of Scotland and, 711.

-, French soldiers hanged by, 714.

-, the ambassadors from England have left the States to meet, 728.

-, death of, 730.

-, coffin of, at Paris, 753.

-, secretary of, Escovedo, 677.

Joinville, Prince de, eldest son of Mons. de Guise, 305. See Guise.

Jones, Mr., secretary to Sir N. Throckmorton, 178. See Throckmorton.

Joust, a, at Paris, 12.

-, a, after the Coronation, p. 18.

Jousts, 5, 9, 65.

Jubilee Bull for the Council-General, 230, 245, 247.

Judaism, a Portuguese burnt for, 81.

Jugge, Richard, the Queen's printer, 2.

Juliers, duchy of, 784.

Jurists, 231.

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Kerseys, 468.

Kildare, Earl of, 460.

King, custom of naming a. See Epiphany.

Kings and Queens, paintings of the, p. 14.

Kings-at-arms, 15, p. 16, p. 17, p. 18.

Knights, p. 18, 71.