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'Index: K', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 1: 1556-1696 (1868), pp. 620-621. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79499 Date accessed: 16 September 2014.


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Kaine, Mr., fled from Dublin, 57.

Kaworth, Lieut., commander-in-chief of the Scilly Islands, 33.

Keales, Henry, detection of a conspiracy to dethrone the King, petition of, 160.

Keating, John, Esq., deputy clerk of the House of Lords, 5.

Keble, John, petition of, 97.

Keeling, John, gent., petition of, (possessions of Lord Dacre), 442.

Keene, William, the house of, in Doctors' Commons, searched, 491.

Keeper, the Lord, 405.

Keepers, 90.

Keightley, Thomas, Esq., 348, 355 (2).

Kelly, Lieut. Fergus, 317.

-, Hugh, estates of, 410.

Kemp and Martin, the minute about, 211.

-, William, searcher of Plymouth, 476.

-, Mr., 53, 54.

-, -, his corrupt purchase of a patent, &c., 54.

Kendall, his Excellency Col. James, captain-general and commander-in-chief of Barbadoes, 135, 140 (2).

-, -, his salary, 204, 256.

-, Col., governor and late governor of Barbadoes, 285 (2), 333, 367 (2), 448 (2), 499.

-, -, -, memorial of, 452-

Kenn, Joseph, fled from Dublin, 47.

Kennaston Alley [? Westminster], 371.

Kensington, 55, 73, 332, 391, 566.

-, the building at, 69, 86.

-, damage by fire at, 201.

-, the King at, 209.

-, Palace, 315, 497.

Kent, 23, 48 (2), 148, 157, 220, 252, 374, 539.

-, the coast of, 248, 454.

-, -, prevention of correspondence on the, 300, 564.

-, -, unguarded, 381.

Kent, John, and another, executors of Richard Kent, petition of, 166.

-, Mr. John, collector of the port of Penryn, 34.

-, -, his confinement in Pendennis Castle, 34.

-, Richard, Esq., 142, 166.

-, -, late receiver general and cashier of customs, 266.

-, Richard, 304.

Keppell, Mr., 534.

Kerington, Robert, linendraper, petition of, 190.

Kerrier, 101.

Kerry, 486, 490.

-, the mountains of, 440.

Ketelbey, Edward, petition of, 375.

Kettledrummers, liveries for, 487.

Key, John, 50.

-, -, petition of, 39.

Kick, Mr. Abraham, a merchant at Rotterdam, 297.

Kid skins (French), 552.

Kilbrack, 425.

Kildare, 497.

-, county, Ireland, 540.

Kilkenny, 393.

Killeinlagh, 435.

Killigrew, Mr. Henry, petition of, 300 (2).

-, Sir Peter, Kt. and Bart., 34.

-, -, petition of, 127.

-, Capt., (Marine regiment), 313.

-, Charles, Esq., master of the revels, petition of, 93.

-, Captain Henry, petition of, 332.

-, Mr. William, petitions, &c. of, 110.

Killyon, barony of, 410.

Kilmacredock (Ireland), 540.

Kilmainham, mills and wares of, 433.

Kilmare, Hellen, Viscountess, petition of, 304.

-, -, her husband, a delinquent, 304.

-, Lord, the estate of, in Ireland, distrained by Lord Bellomont, 561.

Kilmurry, co. Cork, land at, forfeited by Jasper Grant, jun., 430.

Kilnamaul, lands in, 566.

Kinch, Richard, distiller, petition of, 394.

-, Martha, widow, relict of Richard Kinch, of St. Andrew's, Holborn, distiller (Excise debt), petition of, 530.

King, Ann, petition of, (Customs), 281.

-, Charles, of Dublin, formerly captain in the Inniskillen regiment, petition of, 334.

-, Mr., bill for the Garter atchievements [or hatchments], 523.

King, the, design to assassinate, 563.

King James, 47 (2).

-, the arrival of, alluded to, 359.

-, the, and Queen, the marriage of, 198.

-, the, or his or their Majesties, passim.

King, John, a landwaiter of Hull, and afterwards of Blythnook, Northumberland, son of Henry King, minister of Mulbarton (Norfolk), petition of, 120.

-, Col. Thomas, had 300l. per ann., 5,000l. being due to him from King Charles II., 202.

King's Bench, 301.

-, the marshal of, 207.

Kingsmill, Mr. Henry, 51.

Kingston [Robert], Lord, 51.

-, -, fled from Ireland, 55.

-, the Lord, 279.

Kingston-upon-Hull, 72, 144.

-, the corporation of, 15.

-, the castle and lands surrendered to King Charles II., 15.

-, see also Hull.

-, -[upon-Thames], petition of the inhabitants of, 187.

King's waiter, the place of, 572.

Kinnoul, George, Earl of, petitions of, 8, 14.

-, -, the guardians of, 14, 15.

-, -, his brother and two sisters, 15.

-, -, arrears of pension, 15.

-, -, desires to return and pay his homage to the King, 15.

-, -, in great distress in Paris, 15.

-, the Earl of, heir to the Earl of Carlisle, 12.

-, -, 12 (4), 56 (2).

-, -, in France, 219.

-, -, in Italy, 219.

-, -, the sisters of, 56.

-, Katherine, Countess Dowager of, mother of George Earl of Kinnoul and sister of the Earl of Salisbury, 8.

-, -, petition of, 12, 13.

-, William, Earl of, 13, 56, 95, 132.

-, -, late Earl of, grant of customs to, 382.

Kinsale, 223, 245, 265, 289, 319, 340, 463, 470, 497, 542.

-, the governor of, 478 (2).

-, petition of the shipwrights in the [dock]yard at, (the exorbitant rate of provisions at, &c.), 573.

Kirby, Col., a member of the House of Commons, 178.

-, Mr., seizure of goods, 341.

Kircudbright, 112.

Kirkby, William, petition of, 429.

Kirke or Kirk, Lieut.-Gen., 214, 233, 237, 313, 465.

-, -, had received the pay of his late regiment, and appropriated it, 524.

-, Major-General, 299, 505.

-, -, landed at the Lough of Derry, 474 (3).

Kirkswould, the manor of, 442.

Kirton-in-Lindsey (Lincoln), parcel of the duchy of Cornwall, petition of the copyholders for an Act for their fine on admittance to be 4d. certain, 208.

-, 464 (2).

Kneller, Sir Godfrey, his salary and arrears, 447.

Knight, Sir John, 213.

-, John, Esq., 293.

-, -, a trustee of the Earl of Danby, 50.

-, Mr., or John, Esq., receiver general and cashier of customs, 205, 393.

-, Jo. or John, 12, 91, 236, 266, 267 (2), 279.

-, -, (Customs), 318, 374.

-, Mary, sister of a lunatic, 405.

-, Mr., 211, 246, 315, 341, 361, 362, 483, 539.

-, William, manufacturer of painted earthenware, 418.

Knight [ ], grant to, 316.

Knighthood, fees on the honour of, 523.

Knipe, Mr., bailiff of Westminster, 285, 305 (2), 541 (2).

-, -, (clippings), 537.

Knockonfally, 425.

Knowles, Mr. Peter, collector of Belfast, 243.

-, Thomas, a notorious highwayman, apprehended, 419.

Knox, Captain, 552.

-, William, arrears of pay due to his brother, petition of, 552.

Knoyle, William, surveyor of the port of Dartmouth, 111.

Kroger, Daniel, of East Smithfield, shipbroker, petition of, 167.

Kynvin, John, a landing waiter of the port of London, petition of, 161.

-, John, gent., petition of, 335.

-, -, registrar of paper duties, 335.



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