Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 9, 1592-1603. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1897.
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Jaca in Aragon, French at, 635.
Jaffer Pasha, 169.
James V., of Scotland, 1143.
James VI., of Scotland. See Scotland.
Janizaries, Sultan's dread of the, 56, 91, 417;
present to, from new Sultan, 328;
their turbulence, 512;
their revolt, 969, 976;
drunkenness of, 997.
Jasper, trade in, 654.
Jemisgi Pasha, 1004.
Jesuits, proscribed in Franco, 321;
form part of an armada, 508;
publications against, by Scottish advocate in Paris, prohibited, 823;
two, accompany Persian embassy on its return, 1028;
incite Turks to attack English in Tripoli, 1033;
Spanish intrigues of, in England, 1036, 1043, 1052;
their recall demanded by Queen, 1061, 1066, 1078;
supported by Pope, 1089;
their expulsion from England decreed, 1112;
Irish, sent to Ireland as Papal Nuncio, 1068, 1116;
arrest of one, in England, 1164;
intrigues of, in London at Queen Elizabeth's death, 1166.
Jews, of Ancona, their wool trade, 96;
their influence at the Porte, 113, 114;
settled at Pisa, 114;
Jew doctor to Venetian embassy at Constantinople embraces Islam, 156;
employed by Turks on diplomatic business, see Serafatin, Judas;
of Milan, 416;
Jewish agent employed by England and France, 514;
doctor of Sinan Pasha a Jew, 576, 577;
Jewish agent employed by Spain to negotiate with Turks, 615, 622, 644, 776;
Grand Vizier friendly to Jews, 627;
houses of, in Constantinople, demolished, 647;
dragoman at English embassy in Constantinople a Jew, 849;
sumptuary edict touching, in Turkey, 951;
national opposition in Portugal to toleration of, 1065;
Jews of Zante give information to Venetians, 1125.
-, See also Bonaventura, Gabriele;
Joyeuse, Cardinal de, 430, 437.
-, Duke of, 619.
Julius II., Pope, and Spanish precedence over England, 905.
Keresztes, description of Turkish victory at, 524, 551.
King (Chinch), George, Captain of the Royal Merchant, 1154, 1171.
King's evil, touching for, in England, 505.
Kinsale, in province of Munster, Spanish troops landed at, 1025, 1029, 1034, 1035, 1036, 1043, 1047, 1048, 1049, 1052, 1054, 1056, 1057;
fresh expedition for, 1091.
Knightly, or Chivalrous, Orders, in England, see Garter;
in Flanders, see Golden Fleece;
in France, see Malta and Saint Esprit;
in Spain, 861, 871, 872;
see also Golden Fleece.
Knollys, N., 773.