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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 6, 1679-1680. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1913.

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Kally; see Kelly.

Keate, Phillip, waiter and searcher, 588.
-, -, Ralph, Excise Farmer, Cornwall (1668), 855.

Keeble, James, watchman, 529.
-, -, John, disbandment, 360.
-, -, Mr., of Gray's Inn, 662.

Kecke, John, copying clerk, Custom House, 184.

Keels, admeasurement of; see Coal.

Keene, Edward, collector Royal Aid and Additional Aid, Suffolk, 508.

Keenes, Thomas, disbandment, 355, 822.

Keeping, Thomas, tidesman, Poole, 710.

Keld, Thomas, boatman, 547.

Kellet, Edward, weighing porter, 529.

Kelly (Kelley), David, ship's surgeon, 498.
-, - (Kalley), John, disbandment, 346, 816.

Kelston (Kelson), Soloman (Welton farm, Somerset), 52, 153.

Kemball, John (Doyly's estate), 175.

Kemeis, William, sheriff of Monmouth, 646.

Kemis, Thomas (Monmouth), 840.

Kempe (Kemp), Edward, disbandment, 354, 821.
-, -, Mr., importing red Saunders wood, 632, 641.
-, -, Thomas, Customs seizer, 261, 400.
-, -, -, disbandment, 381.

Kempson, Roger, Commissioner of the Eighteen Months' tax, co. Lancs, 145.

Kempthorne, Sir John, 73.

Kendal (barony, Westmorland), 301.

Kendall, Samuell, clerk to Sir T. Player, 442.

Kennet, John, collector, outports, Faversham, 266.

Kennington manor (Surrey), 231.

Kenrick, Jor., ap. alias Duy, 70.

Kensington (Middlesex), 858.

Kent, John, fee farm, 468; Assistant Receiver General of Customs, 804.
-, -, Richard, Receiver General and Cashier of the Customs, 5, 13, 143, 200, 473; passim for merely formal references to him as such; for routine payments by him see Customs (payments); agreement with Treasurer Danby for pay of the Navy, Ordnance, ambassadors etc., 5, 18, 24; loans, interest and repayments, 9, 16, 38, 47, 61, 72, 76, 78, 90, 93, 95, 102, 105, 124, 132, 134, 144, 146, 166, 167, 173, 174, 180, 187, 193, 202, 203, 207, 208, 212, 213, 214, 220, 222, 234, 2356, 243, 247, 250, 257, 258, 265, 271, 274, 287, 290, 297, 299, 300, 309, 310, 314, 315, 316, 320, 400, 401, 405, 411, 412, 415, 417, 418, 419, 420, 423, 428, 429, 430, 434, 437, 4478, 449, 451, 453, 472, 473, 474, 475, 476, 479, 480, 484, 488, 489, 490, 491, 492, 493, 498, 502, 503, 505, 509, 510, 512, 514, 517, 521, 522, 526, 527, 528, 537, 539, 547, 548, 556, 561, 562, 563, 565, 570, 571, 572, 577, 578, 579, 580, 582, 583, 585, 590, 591, 593, 596, 603, 608, 615, 617, 620, 621, 626, 633, 634, 638, 646, 647, 648, 649, 652, 654, 660, 667, 668, 670, 672, 676, 678, 679, 680, 681, 682, 683, 685, 689, 692, 693, 696, 706, 713, 714, 715, 717, 725, 726, 728, 735, 737, 753, 756, 760, 763, 767, 771, 778, 782, 789; accounts and interest accounts, 61, 723, 144, 594, 560, 807; Receivers General and Cashier of Excise, 287, 612.

Kent county, 4, 42, 200, 250, 264, 277, 502, 546, 558, 795, 856.
-, - -, Excise, 35, 838, 843, 844, 846, 848, 84950, 856, 869, 877, 880.
-, - -, receiver of forfeitures of Recusants, 600, 626, 627; see Pemberton, R.
-, - -, receiver of Taxes, 35; see Rooke, Col. W.

Kentchurch (co. Hereford), 422.

Kentish town (co. Middlesex), 1.

Kenton; see Keynton.

Kentwell Ward, Yorks [? Kendal ward, Westmorland], 231.

Kenward, Jeremy, coastwaiter, Plymouth, 754.
-, -, William, customs place, 715.

Kenwyn, parish (Cornwall), 681.

Kenyon (Kengon), Mr., receiver of forfeitures of Recusants for Lancashire and Cheshire, 583.

Keppin (Kippin), Rob., disbandment, 380, 381.

Kernan (Kornan), John (Jon.) a groom of the Great Chamber in Ordinary to the Queen, 192, 486, 629, 634.

Keroualle, Louise Rene de Penancoet de, Duchess of Portsmouth, 696, 764; for issues to, see Taylor, Dr. J.

Kerrick, James, of Hagloe, Gloucester, 758.

Kerrybullock park (Cornwall), 745.

Kersell, William, disbandment, 362, 825.

Kersley (Kersly), James, disbandment, 351, 819.

Ketcher, Bartho., Navy bill, 144.

Kettleby, James, watchman, London port, 304.

Kew, William, disbandment, 361, 825.

Key (Keys, Keyes), Charles, disbandment, 346, 817.
-, -, Mris. Dorcas, disbandment, 388.
-, -, George, Corporal, Sheerness garrison, 13.

Keyhaven (Hants), 534, 687.

Keyingham (Yorks), 395.

Keynton (Kenton), Francis, referee in Mint dispute, 154, 442, 551.
-, -, Richard, disbandment, 363, 825.

Keyser (Keijser), William, ship-master, 73.

Keyte, John, Receiver of Hearthmoney, co. Worcester, 77.

Kibbor (hundred Glamorgan), 142.

Kidwelly (co. Carmarthen), 276; chantry of St. Nicholas, 276.

Kiffin, William, loan to the King, 882.

Kiggins, Jon., boatswain, 488.

Kildare county (Ireland), 215.

Kilfenora, bishopric of, 165.

Kilham (Yorks), 394.

Kilkenny (Ireland), 493.

Killcoyne(? co. Wicklow), 511.

Killeenmore (co. Kildare), 215.

Killegrew, Henry, grant of fines, 401.
-, -, -, Captain of the Mary, 105, 111, 162, 265, 695.
-, -, Lady Mary, a queen's dresser, 173, 191.
-, -, Sir Peter, receiver of the Duchy of Cornwall, 104, 321, 637; rent of Pendennis Castle, 637; grant of quay, Falmouth, 8078.
-, -, Robert, Page of Honour, 91, 456, 457, 767, 768.
-, -, Thomas, groom of the Bedchamber, 170, 182, 310.
-, -, William, tin revenue proposal, 735.
-, -, Sir William, pension (500l.), 48, 141, 226, 229, 421, 423, 521, 527, 671, 674, 781, 779.

Kilmagemoge (co. Waterford), 141.

Kilmainham, St. John's castle, 240.

Kilnsey (co. Yorks), 236.

Kimber (Kymber), Henry, disbandment, 370, 830.

Kimpton [? Knighton or Knutton, co. Stafford], 862.

King, Edmond, disbandment, 348, 818.
-, -, Francis, tidewaiter, Bristol, 112, 150.
-, -, Capt. (soldiers quarters), 243.
-, -, Gregory, Rouge Dragon Pursuivant, 625.
-, -, Nicholas, Hearthmoney, Northants, 259.
-, -, Richard, disbandment, 365, 826.
-, -, Robert, of the King's music, 181, 783.
-, -, Col. Russell, regiment, disbandment, 367, 368.
-, -, Thomas, disbandment, 375, 882.
-, -, -, tidesman, Hull, 304.
-, -, William, Surveyor of Works, Chester Castle; comptroller of records etc. Chester, Flint and Carnarvon etc., 174, 223.

King Charles I, 20, 105, 123, 163, 269, 273, 282, 302, 401, 416, 464, 589, 665, 795, 798, 802.
-, - -, bondees for, 4.
-, -, Gentleman Harbinger, 611.
-, -, Hospital, royal bounty to, 37, 424, 549.
-, -, lands as Prince, 300, 745.
-, -, sale of goods, 2989, 55960.
-, -, serjeant surgeon to; see Andrews, M.

King Charles II, at various places; see Windsor, Newmarket.
-, -, attended by serjeants at arms when abroad [from London], 690.
-, -, flowers for, 699.
-, -, goods of, as Prince, Treasurer for, 55960.
-, - in France before the Restoration, 795.
-, -, loans to, beyond sea, 20, 310.
-, -, prunellos, Jessamine, sweet water etc. for, 45.
-, -, statue in the greenyard at Windsor, 454.

King Edward III, 67, 139.

King Edward VI, 464.

King Hen. VI, 464.

King Hen. VIII, 88.
-, -, chapel; see Windsor.

King James I, 73, 102, 160, 269, 416, 506, 602, 665, 709, 772, 781, 798.

King Philip, 524.

King Richard II, 464.

King Richard III, 26.

Kingdon, Lemuel, Paymaster of the Forces, 8, 30, 37, 59, 60, 61, 67, 701, 107, 115, 122, 128, 133, 168, 173, 186, 195, 219, 234, 240, 249, 252, 257, 319, 324, 384, 414, 447, 452, 466, 470, 481, 567, 590, 593, 613, 614, 618, 626, 743, 771, 788, 836; a partner with Sir Jno. James, R. Huntingdon and W. Dawson in the undertaking with Treasurer Danby for regular pay of the Forces and Household, 41011, 443, 57980; interest account for loans, 9, 489; accounts (including tallies in hands of, and assignments), 106, 202, 204, 247, 272, 274, 278, 294, 407, 410, 412, 417, 443, 444, 447, 450, 452, 468, 476, 479, 490, 562, 590, 628; disbandment, 3267, 328, 339, 626, 817, 833; house of 307, 310; clerk to; see Bridges, W.
-, -, Richard, Excise Commissioner (1670), 879, 881.

KING'S Advocate; see Advocate.
-, - apothecary; see Chase, J., Jones, J., Harrell, C., Soleby, Mr., Charas [Monsieur].
-, -, barber; see Lisle, T., Foillard, R.
-, - Bench Court, 292, 390.
-, - -, attorneys, 435.
-, - -, clerk, 15, 645.
-, - -, coroner and attorney, 425, 627.
-, - -, fines, 401, 426, 455, 491, 554, 627.
-, - -, Justices of, 62, 89; see Wild, Sir W., Scroggs, Sir W., Pemberton, Sir F., Jones, Sir T., Dolben, Sir W.
-, - -, law duties in, 420.
-, - -, marshal of the Marshalsea, 19.
-, - -, procedure, 56.
-, - butteries, Excise on beer for, 85, 153.
-, - chirurgeons; see Knight, J., Whittle, S., Pearce, J., Pyle, R.
-, - closet keeper; see Chiffinch, W.
-, - coaches; see Royal Mews.
-, - cook; see Sayers, J.
-, - cosmographer; see Morgan, W.
-, - counsel (and fee of 40l. per an. to), 412; see Hanmer, Sir T., Butler, Sir J., Jeffries, Sir G., Sawyer, Sir R.
-, - embroiderer; see Pinckney, C.
-, - engineer; see Gomme, Sir B.
-, - falconers, 87, 209, 20910, 4523, 454, 674, 676, 678; see
-, Burchill, J.
-, Conway, M.
-, Croles, P.
-, Daniell, A.
-, Dechampe, T.
-, Duffield, T.
-, Edes, R.
-, Holmes, A.
-, Legge, J.
-, Osboldston, J.
-, Poulton, W.
-, Preston, J.
-, Rowley, S.
-, Russell, G.
-, Russell, G., junr.
-, Russell, J.
-, Russell, W.
-, Sakins, W.
-, Sylvester, J.
-, Wichells, A.
-, - footmen, 105, 460, 778.
-, - garden; see St. James's Park; Hampton Court, Greenwich, Whitehall.
-, - gardener; see Gurle, L.
-, - goldsmith; see Vyner, Sir R.
-, - guide and surveyor of the King's private roads etc.; see Lawrence, A.
-, - handguns in the Tower, keeper of; see Batchler, R.
-, - harbourer [of the King's deer]; see Glyn, E.
-, - harehounds, Master of, and charge of keeping; see Elliot, T.
-, - harriers, yeomen prickers of the Privy Harriers; see Bignell, T. Bowles, J., Bird, N., Izard, J., Raby, C., Hancocks, M.
-, - hawks, master of; see Chiffinch, W., Apsley, Sir A.
-, - -, falcons, tassell gentles, goshawks, 399.
-, - hosier; see Cartwright, R.
-, - huntsmen, 409; and yeomen prickers, 778.
-, - laboratory, 738.
-, - laundry, 542; laundress and sempstress, 690, 707; see Wall, E., Chiffinch, Mris.
-, - library keeper; see Thynne, H. F., Thynne, J.
-, - littermen; see Royal Household.
-, - mathematical boys; see Christ's Hospital.
-, - money; see Dormant Privy Seal.
-, - music and musicians, 181, 538, 6723, 676, 680, 778, 7834; twenty of them attending the Chapel Royal, 123, 192; attending the King at Newmarket, 460; see
-, Aldworth, J.
-, Banister, J.
-, Bates, T.
-, Becket, P.
-, Blagrave, T. and R.
-, Blow, J.
-, Clayton, W.
-, Clements, J.
-, Coleman, C.
-, Crouch, J.
-, Cruys, F.
-, Dorney, R.
-, Dyer, E.
-, Evans, C.
-, Flower, E.
-, Farmer, T.
-, Fashion, J.
-, Fitz, T.
-, Gamble, J.
-, Gerard, F.
-, Goodgroome, J.
-, Gregory, H. and W.
-, Harding, J.
-, Hooton, E.
-, Haywood, T.
-, Hawes, H.
-, Hopper, S.
-, Jenkins, J.
-, King, R.
-, Lanier, T.
-, Lilly, J.
-, Madge, H.
-, Marsh, A.
-, Mason, J.
-, Purcell, T.
-, Robart, A.
-, Robinson, R.
-, Singleton, J.
-, Staggins, J. and N.
-, Strong, R.
-, Turner, W.
-, Watkins, N.
-, - physicians; see Frazier, Sir A., Mendes, F., Scarborough, Sir C., Greaves, Sir A., Cox, Dr., Barrow, Dr. J., Witherley, Dr., Talbor, Dr., Dickenson, Dr., Frazier, C., Humphrey, Dr. R., Micklethwayte, Sir J., Lower, R.
-, - serjeant painter; see Streeter, R., senr. and junr.
-, - servants, lists, of, 70; see Chamber.
-, - - in want of money, 194.
-, - silver scullery, 403.
-, - spaniel keeper; see Conway, M.
-, - Studs, Master of; see Oglethorpe, S.
-, - trumpeters, 713.
-, - wine celler, serjeant of; see Dalton, R.

Kingsland (? Hereford), 376.

Kingsley, Henry, weighing porter, London, 52.

Kingston, Mr., lieutenant of Whittlewood Forest, under the Earl of Northampton, 164, 290, 325.

Kingthorpe (co. Lincoln), 777.

Kingwell, Col. Maurice, royal bounty to, 175, 593, 615.

Kinnord, Jeremiah, tidewaiter, Plymouth, 737.

Kinnoul, Earl of; see Hay, G.

Kinsale (Ireland), 71, 557.
-, - fort, governor of, 157; see Sir N. Armorer.

Kippin; see Keppin.

Kirby, Andrew, searcher, London port, 102; comptroller, Bristol, 427, 790.
-, - (Kirkby, Kerby), Anthony, disbandment, 369, 829.
-, -, Capt. Roger, disbandment, 338, 339, 370, 832.
-, -, Thomas, collector, Wisbech, 613.
-, -, William, commissioner for frauds, Carlisle, 99; assistant to general surveyors, North-west coast, 221, 267; surveyor, Chester, 267.

Kirkade, 792.

Kirke (Kirk), George, 123.
-, -, Sir John, Receiver and Paymaster of the Band of Gentlemen Pensioners, 108, 390, 586, 609, 771, 790; Col., regiment at Tangier, 679, 681, 784.
-, - Lancelott, disbandment, 330, 818.
-, -, Mary, widow of George, annuity, 123, 467.
-, -, Mr., grant of part of Whitehall Palace ground, 226; payment per Treasurer of the Chamber, 487.
-, -, Lieut. Percy, recruits for Tangier, 643, 646; Lieut.-Col., disbandment, 340, 378, 379, 727; Peircy (and his mother), lease, 150, 467.
-, -, Philip, housekeeper of Whitehall, 565, 567, 674, 7345, 778, 779.
-, -, Capt, Phillip, disbandment, 332, 360, 376, 824.

Kirkham (Kerkham), Henry, disbandment, 357, 822.

Kirkhoven, Charles Henry, Lord Wotton, afterwards Earl of Bellomont, 564, 683, 790.

Kirkwood, John, disbandment, 387, 618.

Kirwood, Thomas (banker), receiver's moneys in the hands of, 32, 125, 153, 278; loans, 592, 595, 597, 608, 615, 619, 633, 645, 676, 680; tallies, 122, 662; [? London, Assessments Commissioner], 745.

Kite boughs, 199.

Kitfeld, Jon., 500.

Knapman, Capt. Joseph, payment, 47; Navy bill, 93, 133, 144.

Knaresborough Castle and Manor (co. Yorks), 503.

Knatchbull, Thomas, receiver of the Poll for the Peers, 66, 144, 254, 401, 410, 536, 714; petition, 22, 23.
-, -, Mr., petition re London quays, 622.

Knepp, Richard, tidesman, London port, 305.

Knewstubb, Rob., purser, 499.

Knight, Edward, disbandment, 379, 834.
-, -, Henry, Mayor of Queenborough, 13.
-, -, John, seizer of goods, 149, 588.
-, -, -, disbandment, 354, 821.
-, -, -, chirurgeon to the King, chirurgeon general to the Forces, (in Flanders), 191, 295, 797.
-, -, Mr., 250.

Knight Harbinger; see Neville, R.
-, -, Marshal; see Windham, Sir E.

Knightley, Sir Robert (John Colvile's books), 254.

Knighton (Radnor), 31; lease of tithes, 538, 589.

Knightsbridge (London), 276.

Knipe, Francis, watchman, London, 208.

Knockbrack (co. Limerick), 525.

Knockmoota (Knockmota), (? Wicklow, Ireland), 511.

Knollys (Knowles), Hanserd (Ordnance ground), 2645.
-, -, Robert, Excise Farmer, Oxford (1668), 859, 863.

Kydder, Thomas (Dover rents), 738.