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'Index: J K', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 17: 1605 (1938), pp. 689-691. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112265 Date accessed: 23 August 2014.


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Jackson:
-, Captain Thomas, letters from, 175, 603.
-, -, servant of Lord Cobham, 151, 444.
-, -, a recusant, 544.

Jacobs, —, a pamphlet by, 5.

James I of England and VI of Scotland, King, 219, 241.
-, letters from, 21, 29, 75, 120, 121, 206, 212, 227, 244, 285, 450, 456, 473, 520, 529, 537.
-, letters to, 42, 117, 122, 125, 133, 163, 164, 196, 203, 209, 234, 258, 273, 281, 326, 327, 384, 459, 486, 498, 563, 567, 577, 580, 583, 588, 592, 603, 610, 623, 627, 636, 639, 646.
-, the United Provinces and, 2, 18.
-, -, message to, 553.
-, -, refuses to lend money to, 627.
-, Cambridge University and, 14, 28.
-, -, his professorship of Theology in, 326.
-, and Levant merchants' petition, 16–17, 20.
-, and examination of witches, 22.
-, examines a priest, 29.
-, a jest of, 32.
-, match with Lord Home, 33.
-, more like a juggler than king, 40.
-, much fatter, 65.
-, reproved by Archbishop of York, 70.
-, suffers with a cold, 70, 72, 78, 80.
-, references to his hunting, 70, 71, 76, 80, 121, 244, 272, 286, 292, 299, 300, 349, 470(2), 571, 572, 616.
-, has a fall hunting, 282, 288, 318, 319.
-, proud of his Council, 75, 122.
-, reference to tobacco, 76.
-, his interest in lion cubs, 80, 84, 88, 346.
-, royal style of, 89, 99, 123.
-, suspected of change of religion, 124,
-, imagined to favour recusants, 193, 235, 293–294.
-, attempts to establish uniformity in the Church, 200.
-, an alleged remark concerning his treatment of nonconforming ministers, 270, 271.
-, goes to Richmond, 202.
-, petition to, 205.
-, sends a gift of horses, deer and dogs to the Archdukes, 206, 207, 249, 266–267, 316.
-, dines at Salisbury House, 226.
-, commission for, from the Emperor, 249, 268.
-, attitude to transportation of Spanish soldiers from Dover to Low Countries, 255–256, 281– 282, 295, 312–314, 365, 400, 420.
-, has less influence than Queen Elizabeth with the Sultan, 278.
-, very sad, 287.
-, a forged letter of, 291.
-, a present of cherries from Lord Salisbury, 292.
-, appointment of a flute-player, 297.
-, sends half a stag to Salisbury, 297, 300.
-, his Collections, 298.
-, his title of "Roy de France," 300.
-, goshawks and a tarsel presented to, 318.
-, and the Duke of Aerschot, 331, 342, 367.
-, importuned by the Dyers, 334.
-, and election of King of the Romans, 371–372.
-, pardoning of thieves by, an impediment to government, 382.
-, and English nobles serving the Archdukes, 421–422.
-, a gift of grapes and peaches to, 446, 467, 470.
-, refers to himself in cipher, 457.
-, and the Duke of Cumberland and stewardship of Grafton parks, 459–461.
-, and economies in the Royal Household, 463–464.
-, congratulations upon his escape from Gunpowder Plot, 486–487, 498, 524, 592.
-, attitude of Archpriest to, 518–519.
-, alleged threat of violence to, 526.
-, survey of woods of, 568.
-, his bedchamber out of repair, 614.
-, alleged libel against, 620.
-, "his last daughter." See Mary.
-, Vice Chamberlain of. See Stanhope, Lord.
-, surgeon of. See Nesmith.

James, Richard, 520.

Janssen, William, letter from, 310.

Janua. See Genoa.

Jarrett, —, a Jesuit, 620, 621.

Jarsey. See Jersey.

Jedburgh, 151.

Jefferis, William, Tower Warden, 644.

Jeffris, —, a conveyor between the Archduke and England, 640.

Jegon, John, Bishop of Norwich, 52.
-, letter from, 222.

Jersey (Jarsey), 5, 41, 296.
-, letter dated at, 452.

Jesuits, Society of, 545.
-, See also Roman Catholics.

Jewels, the Crown, 137, 603.
-, -, and Plate, Master of. See Cary.

Jobson:
-, Jane, letter from, 61.
-, Mr., 605.

Jocelin, Mr. & Mrs., 450.
-, John, Dr., a surgeon, 444.

Johnson (Jonson):
-, -, 260, 500, 501.
-, Arthur, 577.
-, Mr., his prayer book, 23.
-, Sir Robert, letter from, 604.
-, William, captain of the Elizabeth, 348.
-, See also Fawkes.

Johnston (Johnstone, Jonstone):
-, Edward, 118.
-, John, Professor at St. Andrews, letter from, 117.

Joler ["Jowler," a hound], 85.

Jolles (Joles), John, 177.
-, -, letter from, 604.

Jonckissen, Imken, 202.

Jones, Edward, letters from, 604.
-, Francis, letter from, 115.
-, J., Fellow of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, 578.
-, John, alderman, 40.
-, John, of Gloucester, 353.
-, Richard, information of, 520.
-, William, 40, 41.
-, -, 501.

Jonson, Ben, letter from, 605.

See also Johnson.

Jonston. See Johnston.

Joye, —, of the Inner Temple, 396.

Juberaltarre. See Gibraltar.

Judkyn, Thomas, 26.

Julian, William, letter from, 517.

Justice, Lord Chief, of the King's Bench. See Popham.
-, -, of the Common Pleas. See Gawdy.
-, -, of Ireland. See under Ireland.

Justice, proposed appointment of gentlemen for the better administration of, 33.

K.

Kaiserswerth (Keiserwerdt, Keysarsweerdt), [Germany], 329, 336, 425.

Kampen (Campen), [Holland], 369.

Keado, Don Anthony de, 164.

Kech, Davy, 373.

Keckwich, George, 339.

Keele [Staffs.], letter dated at, 358.

Keene, Henry, of London, a recusant, 434, 626, 627.

Keilwey, Thomas, letter from, 143.

Keine, Henry, 549.

Keiserwerdt. See Kaiserswerth.

Kellston [Somerset], letter dated at, 149.

Kemish, Captain, 472, 600.

Kemys, Laurence, letter from, 41.

Kenilworth (Kenelworth, Warws.), 532.

Kenlosse. See Kinloss.

Kenn, letter dated at, 154.

Kensington, 426.
-, letter dated at, 584.

Kent, 86, 382, 513.
-, Sir John Roper's cottage in, letter dated at, 325.
-, lands in, belonging to Lord Say and Sele, 7, 471.
-, -, belonging to Lord Cobham, 471, 582.
-, gentlemen of, 335.
-, justices of, 585.

Kent, Susan, Countess of, letter from, 490.

Ker, Mark, Lord Newbattle (Neubotle), 488.
-, Sir Robert, Earl of Roxburgh, 90, 126.
-, -, letter from, 89.

Kerr, Sir R., 602.

Kerry, Mr., 500.

Kew [Surrey], 202.
-, letter dated at, 227.

Keys (Key), Robert, 509, 510, 529.

Keysarsweerdt. See Kaiserswerth.

Keyth, Sir Andrew, 439.
-, William, Master of the King's Wardrobe, 86.

Kildare (Kyldare):
-, Earl of. See Fitzgerald.
-, Frances, Countess Dowager of, wife of Lord Cobham, and widow of 12th Earl of Kildare, 63, 186, 444.
-, -, letters from, 176, 606.
-, -, complained of, by Lord Cobham, 82, 214, 582.
-, -, payments to, 260, 261.
-, Mabel, Countess, widow of the 11th Earl of Kildare, "the old Countess," 476.

Killegrewe, —, 12, 612.

Killigrew, Sir Robert, 92, 594.
-, Sir William, 92.

Killpatricke, Sir Thomas, Laird of Closburne, 251.

Kilsayt [Kilsyth]. See Livingstone, Sir William.

King, Henry, 545, 577.

King's Bench, Court of, 466.
-, Prothonotaries' office in, 13.
-, Marshal's office of. 20.
-, seal office in, 92.
-, a controversy with Council of Marches of Wales, 323.
-, Lord Chief Justice of. See Popham.

King's Bench prison, commissioners for relief of prisoners in. See under Commissioners.

King's Lynn (Lynn) [Norfolk], 188.

King's ways, Surveyor of. See Norton.

Kingston-upon-Hull. See Hull.

Kingston[-upon-Thames, Surrey], 292.

Kinloss (Kenlosse), Lord of. See Bruce.

Kinsale [co. Cork], 183, 388.

Kirkham (Kyrkham), Mr., 287.
-, William, letter from, 275.

Kirkly, 462.

Kirton, Josias, muster master of Wilts., 606.

Kitson, Lady, wife of Sir Thomas, 625.

Knightley, the young, 72.

Knights of Destinies, 224.

Knoell, Thomas, 396, 397.

Knole (Knol), [Kent], 413.

Knollys (Knolls, Knollis, Knowles), Sir Francis, Treasurer of Royal Household, 120.
-, -, letter from, 470.
-, Robert, 516.
-, William, Lord Knollys, 369.
-, -, letter from, 607.
-, -, letters from, as Privy Councillor, 243, 288.
-, -, letter to, 574.
-, -, memorandum by, dealing with fines and forfeitures of recognizances, 606.

Knowles, Sir Robert, 107.
-, Lord. See Knollys.

Knowsley [Lancs.], letter dated at, 66.

Knoyll, Thomas, letter from, 607.

Koevorden (Coverden, Friesland), 410, 425.

Kornnell, —, wardship of, 176.

Kyffen, Mr., 605.

Kyffin, Maurice, letter from, 608.

Kyldare. See Kildare.

Kylkyfficke, 555.

Kyngsmill, Justice, 649.

Kyrkham. See Kirkham.



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