Waes, pays de, Vais [Belgium] :
Cantelmi on defensive in, 281.
Wake, Baldwin, captain of the Expedition :
Warwick dismisses, 103.
Wakefield, Wechfild, co. Yorks :
Goring defeated at, 283.
Walderode, John : 12, 99.
Wales and Welsh : 160.
king most popular in, he may go to, 17
-, no sign of move in, 25.
king thinks of retiring to, 54, 61
-, invitation to king, 61
-, offer of troops to, 84, 147.
refuse to pay taxes to parliament, 65.
help from for king, 131, 161, 168
-, king moves towards. 167.
force of, under Hertford, to join king, 181
-, troops join king on march, 186.
help from Oxford to enable forces to advance from, 271
-, Waller defeats army of, 261, 265.
-, Prince of. See Charles (I.)
-, Charles, Prince of Wales.
-, North :
Attorney General for. See Lloyd, Sir Richard.
Waller, Valer, Edmund, M.P. :
letter of Roe to, 109
-, arrest for conspiracy, 284
-, the ringleader, 286, 289.
accuses Portland and Conway, 289
-, accuses Northumberland and Holland, 296
-, encouraged to save self by informing, 298.
Waller, Sir William :
captures royalist horse at Winchester, 222
-, recovers Chichester, 229.
captures Malmesbury defeats Herbert, 261, 265
-, repulsed by Herbert, 266.
marches to join Essex, 266, 268
-, to join in attack on Oxford, 271.
Maurice goes against, 278
-, success of Worcester against, 287.
fails to stop Hertford and Hopton, 292
-, follows them, 295
-, reported victories, 301, 304.
respected as experienced soldier, 298
-, defeat at Roundway Down, escapes to Bristol, 304
-, defeat celebrated at Oxford, 305.
Londoners incline to make general of their army, 305.
-, -, wife of. See Finch, Anne.
Wallingford, co. Berks :
king advances to, 270
-, king repulsed near, 271
-, king leaves garrison at, 272.
Essex takes, 272.
soldiers to transport to Spain, 238.
Wambold, Anselm Casimir von, archbishop elector of Mainz :
occupies Montana, 12.
daily cost of to parliament, 166.
Warwick, Waruich, co. Warwick :
arms sent to, 118
-, Northampton besieges, 135, 140.
Essex withdraws to after Edgehill, 191
-, Essex leaves, 198
-, Lord Brook sets out for 231.
Warwick, county of :
opening of contest in, 125, 130
-, parliamentary troops sent towards, 154
-, Brook sent to, 256
-, Rupert advances into, 266, 268.
Warwick, earl of. See Rich, Robert.
Waterford co. Waterford, Ireland :
rebels take, 39.
Watkyn, Toby :
candidate for consulship of Morea, 233n.
weather, gales, winds : 1, 214, 269.
Wechfild. See Wakefield.
Weicht. See Wight.
Welden, Michael :
sent to Scotland, 270n.
Wells, Vels, co. Somerset :
military operations about, 129.
Welsh. See Wales.
Wen. See Vane.
Wesel [Rhenish Prussia, Germany] :
Orange leaves for, 67.
Westchiester. See Chester.
attempt on regalia at, 287.
synod held at, 298.
mob gathers to destroy royal monuments in, 277
-, wrecking by troops in, 287.
Weston, Jerome, earl of Portland, governor of the isle of Wight :
sent to Tower, 129
-, accused of complicity in conspiracy, 289.
Wet, Fort :
rendezvous for Dutch army, 273.
Whelp, the Tenth, royal ship :
escorts queen to Holland, 31n
-, in Pennington's command, 103.
Wieville. See Vieuville.
Wight, Weicht, isle of :
Irish officers captured at, 19.
likely to declare for king, 128
-, parliament sends envoy to, 129.
-, -, governor of. See Weston Jerome, earl of Portland.
Wilibi. See Bertie, Montagu, lord Willoughby of Eresby.
William V., duke of Bavaria :
provision for heirs to succeed to electoral dignity, 75.
William George, merchantman :
brings currants from Cephalonia, 232
-, arrival in Downs, 254.
William John, merchantman :
brings currants from Cephalonia, 204.
Williams, Sir Abraham, agent of the Princess Palatine in England :
presses for princess's pension, 256.
Willoughby, lord, of Eresby. See Bertie, Montagu.
Wilmot, Henry :
success at Marlborough, 219.
Baynton offers parliament levy from, 225
-, permission given for, 231.
quarrel between parliament leaders in, 235.
Newport escapes to, 240.
gentry of, offer king levy, 279, 283.
Winchelsea, earl of. See Finch, Thomas.
Winchester, co. Hants :
king suggests as meeting place for parliament, 88.
capture of royalist horse at, 222.
-, statute of, 73n.
winds. See weather.
Windsor, co. Berks :
King prepared to meet parliament delegates at, 201
-, Essex quartered at, 216, 251.
carts going to captured, 237
-, Essex retiring to, 298.
terms of armistice settled at, 253.
letter dated at, 250.
parliament sends troops to garrison, 188, 197.
invested by Rupert, 197
-, siege abandoned, 200.
ambassadors lose exemption of, from duties, 27.
export from Cephalonia, 138.
seized at Falmouth, 226.
taxes voted on, 277.
Wolfart, John, sieur de Brederode :
made marshal of Dutch army, 115.
Wollaston, Sir John, alderman of London :
supports petition to king about militia, 3n.
Wolverhampton, Vorghentanson, Vorstanton, co. Stafford :
king disarms rebels at, 172
-, king joined by Welsh troops at, 186.
petition of, in favour of peace, 225.
exemption from duty on continued at Venice, 195, 208.
Worcester, Uster, co. Worcester :
Essex marches to, 169
-, Essex billets men about, 176
-, king's couriers taken to, 180
-, Essex stationary at, 187.
Rupert pushes to outskirts of, 186
-, Essex leaves to follow king, 191.
Worcester, bishop of. See Prideaux, John.
Worcester, marquis of. See Somerset, Henry.
Worms, bishop of. See Rodenstein, Georg Anton von.
Wright, J. :
publisher of "A Complaint to the House of Commons," 231n.
Wriothesley, Thomas, fourth earl of Southampton :
king sends with peace proposals, 146.
Wster, earl of. See Somerset, Henry, marquis of Worcester.