It was KJV translator Miles Smith, final editor of the KJV with Thomas Bilson, who reported and protested that after he and Bilson had finished the editing Archbishop Bancroft made 14 more changes. Henry Jessey, a Baptist in the 1600's, complained about the KJV for its episcopacy and said that Bancroft "who was supervisor of the present translation, altered it in fourteen places to make it speak the language of prelacy" (Williams, THE COMMON ENGLISH VERSION, p. 53). John Eadie maintained that the report of these 14 changes became part of the preamble of a bill in Parliament around 1657 (ENGLISH BIBLE, Vol. II, p. 272). Conant also noted that Bancroft "was publicly charged with having altered the version [KJV] in fourteen places" (ENGLISH BIBLE, p. 440). The two examples of these 14 that I know of are in the book of Acts. Smith gave as an example Bancroft's insistence on using "the glorious word bishopric even for Judas in Acts 1:20" (Paine, MEN BEHIND THE KJB, p. 128). As noted in another thread, another of Bancroft's changes involved Acts 19:37. Alexander McClure noted: "Bancroft, that he might for once stick the name [church] to a material building, would have it applied, in the nineteenth chapter of Acts, to the idols' temples" (KJV TRANSLATORS REVIVED, p. 221). So far, I have not come across a complete list of the 14 changes.