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KABBALA, what, i. 92; much taught among the Jews,
ibid. . Kang-bi, Chinese Emperor, favoured the Missionaries,
v. 20, 21 and [s]; great character and munificence to
the Jesuits, ibid. Karit, nation of the Tartars, embrace Christianity in x
cerit. ii. 373. Keith, George, with others, reduces Quakerism to a to
lerable regular form in xvii cent. v. 471, 478; excites disputes among them, and concerning what, 476; the VOL. VI.
debates brought before the Parliament, and he is ex communicated, 477 ; embraces and dies in the com.
munion of the church of England, ibid. [y, z]. Kempis, Thomas, his character, iii. 443 and [u]. Kepler, an eminent astronomer in xvii cent. v. 72. Knighthood, military orders, their inititution in xii cent
and use, iii. 18. Kniy bts, Sword-bearers, a military order founded to cons
vert the Livonians, iii 5. Knox, John, his character, iv. 124 and ; inspired the
Scots with an utter abhorrence of Popery, even to a, total extirpation of it, 125; this spirit how modified in other countries, ibid.  ; departed not altogether from the ancient form, and how, 126, in fine not.
[&]; founder of the church in Scotland, 386. Knutzen, his impiety, v. 62 ; founder of a sect, which
was checked and extirpated, ibid. . Kodde (Vander three brothers), founders of the Collegi
ants, and account of, v. 507. Knoingsberg, divines of, friends to Calixtus's pacific plan,
v. 310. Kunraih, an eminent physician and Paracelsist in xvi
cent. iv. 301.