Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House: Volume 22, 1612-1668. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1971.
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United Provinces. See also States
-, Bohemian expectations from friendship of Elector Palatine with, 89.
-, Bohemian Estates on good terms with, 94.
-, 147, 193.
-, King and Queen of Bohemia expected in, 147.
-, Emperor and German Catholic League preparing to attack, 192.
-, adverse effects of Anglo-French differences on war economy of, 231.
Upwimborne Mounckton. See Monkton-up-Wimborne.
Uvedale, Sir Edmund, of Moore
Critchell, co. Dorset, owns
coppices in Wiltshire, 41.
-, names of his coppices in Chetterwood, 140.
Uvedale, Sir William, Treasurer of the Chamber, 187.
Uxbridge, co. Middlesex, payments towards garrison of, 379.
Vacs, Mellort (my Lord). See Vaux, Edward.
Vagrancy, Privy Council fears demoralisation and misdemeanours in times of national crises arising from, 297.
Valtelline (Valtoline) [Italy], entrusted to Pope by France
and Spain, 168.
-, causes hostility in France towards Spain, 190.
Vandeput. See Vandepute, Giles.
Vandepute (Vandeput), Giles, merchant and partner of Philip Burlamachi, 96.
Vandrosse (Vanrosse) or Vandrushe, Colonel, Parliamentary commander, his soldiers at Rushton, 388.
Vane, Sir Henry, of Hadlow and
Shipborne, co. Kent, later
Secretary for State, 60, 327.
-, sent as envoy to States General, 258.
-, presents King's proposals for treaty with Spain, 259.
Vanlore, Sir Peter, of Tilehurst, co. Berks, merchant, 187.
Vanrosse, Major-General. See Vandrosse.
Vass, Monsieur de. See La RocheMabile.
Vaughan (Wahan), George, of Falstone, co. Wilts, 42.
Vaughan (Vahan), Colonel, Royalist commander, his soldiers plunder at Rushton, 387.
Vaux, Edward, 4th Lord Vaux of
Harrowden, Geldorp paints
portrait of Lady Salisbury
Vaux, Elizabeth, wife of Edward Vaux, 4th Lord Vaux of Harrowden, and sister-inlaw to the Earl of Salisbury, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 292, 402, 432, 433(2).
Velasco, Don Louis de. See Salazar.
Vendme [Loir-et-Cher, France], to be restored to Chevalier de Vendme, 123.
Vendme, Alexandre de Bourbon,
Chevalier de, in rebellion
against Louis XIII, 120.
-, Vendme to be restored on conditions to, 123.
Venice [Italy], Bohemian expectations from good relations
between Elector Palatine
-, Killigrew proposes to spend winter in, 285.
Verchand or Werchand, Henri, apothecary, of Montpellier, signs death certificate of Viscount Cranborne, 435, 436.
Vere, Anne de (d. 1588), daughter of William Cecil, Lord Burghley, and wife of Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, her portrait at Salisbury House, 252.
Vere, Aubrey de, 1st Earl of Oxford (d. 1194), mentioned, 216.
Vere, Aubrey de, 10th Earl of Oxford (d. 1400), mentioned, 217.
Vere, Aubrey de, 20th Earl of Oxford, reference to his wedding, 394.
Vere, Edward de, 17th Earl of Oxford (d. 1604), mentioned, 216, 217.
Vere, General. See Vere, Sir Horace.
Vere, Henry de, 18th Earl of
Oxford, serves with English
forces in Palatinate, 122
-, appointed commissioner to consider military assistance for Palatinate, 141, 144.
-, raises volunteers for States General, 193.
-, reference to his death, 216.
Vere, Sir Horace, General of the
English forces in the Palatinate, later Baron Vere of
Tilbury, marches to join
-, appointed commissioner to consider military assistance for Palatinate, 141.
Vere, Hugh, grandson of John de Vere, 15th Earl of Oxford and father of Robert de Vere, 19th Earl of Oxford, 216.
Vere, John de, 15th Earl of Oxford (d. 1540), mentioned, 216, 217.
Vere, John de, 16th Earl of Oxford (d. 1562), mentioned, 216.
Vere, Mary de, daughter of John de Vere, 16th Earl of Oxford, Lord Willoughby claims Earldom of Oxford through descent from, 216.
Vere, Robert de, 19th Earl of Oxford, 216.
Verneuil (Verneville au Perche Sabl) [Perche, Eure-et-Loire, France], awarded to Marshal Boisdauphin, 124.
Verneville au Perche Sabl. See Verneuil.
Verulam, Baron. See Bacon, Francis.
Verulam, Lady. See Bacon, Alice.
Victor Amadeus, Prince of Piedmont, later Duke of Savoy, brings forces out of Italy to aid Queen of France, 120.
Vienna [Austria], Lord Digby honourably received at, 151.
Villeroi (Villiory), Nicolas de Neufville, Seigneur de, French Secretary of State, 32.
Villiers (Villers), Christopher, later 1st Earl of Anglesey, brother of Duke of Buckingham, Master of the Robes, mentioned by Yelverton in his speech to House of Lords, 148.
Villiers (Villers), Sir Edward, Master
of the Mint and Comptroller
of the Court of Wards, mentioned in Yelverton's speech
to House of Lords, 148.
-, described by Yelverton as his "paynted friend", 149.
Villiers, Elizabeth, Countess of Anglesey, wife of Christopher Villiers, Earl of Anglesey, present at assassination of Duke of Buckingham, 245.
Villiers, George, Marquis, then
Duke of Buckingham, Lord
High Admiral, letters to Earl
of Salisbury, 42, 44, 47,
48, 195, 196, 202.
-, accompanies King to Scotland, 42.
-, favours Earl of Salisbury in his attempt to obtain Captaincy of Yeomen of the Guard, 45(2), 49, 54, 55, 56.
-, his advice sought by Earl of Salisbury, 47.
-, advises Earl of Salisbury to attend King in Scotland, 47, 48.
-, requested to intervene with King on behalf of Kenithorpe, 79, 90.
-, proposal that he be godfather to Charles Cecil, 87.
-, King resolves dispute between Earl of Pembroke and, 104, 105.
-, 115, 119, 129, 162, 170, 205, 208, 210, 211, 213.
-, letter to Gondomar, 130.
-, in favour of referring Yelverton to King's clemency, 132.
-, his influence over King referred to by Yelverton in his speech to House of Lords, 149.
-, his open threat to Yelverton, 149.
-, controversy in House of Lords between Earl of Southampton and, 154.
-, accompanies Prince Charles to Spain, 168.
-, arrives in Madrid, 169, 173.
-, present at meetings between Prince Charles and King of Spain, 170, 171.
-, accorded highest honours and many privileges by Spanish King and Court, 173.
-, requests that Prince Charles be allowed to view Infanta secretly, 174.
-, his horses stolen from Theobalds Park, 175.
-, makes statement in Parliament on his political views and advice to King, 190.
-, King's speech concerning, 190.
-, requests Earl of Salisbury for picture, 196.
-, reference to his impending visit to France with Earl of Salisbury, 201.
-, Earl of Digby's accusation of, 210.
-, impeachment of, 210, 211(3).
-, to visit Hatfield House, 214. 223(2).
-, his expedition to Isle of Rh, 231.
-, correspondence between Seigneur de Toiras and, 233.
-, sends political verses to House of Commons, 243.
-, description of assassination of, 244.
-, Lord Percy's opinion of, 246.
-, his opinion cited to refute charge of fraudulent dealing against 1st Earl of Salisbury, 249.
-, his secretary. See Packer, John.
Villiers, Katherine, Duchess of Buckingham, wife of George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham, present at the assassination of Duke of Buckingham, 245.
Villiers, , leaving Paris for London, 427.
Villiory, Mon. de. See Villeroi.
Vincent, Richard, Bailiff of Ruislip manor, co. Middlesex, petition to Earl of Salisbury, 458.
Vincent, Mr, Usher at Westminster School, 323.
Viney, , called "that beast" by Lady Wallingford, 162.
Vossius (Votius), Gerardus, Professor of History at Leyden and, later, at Amsterdam (d. 1649), purchase of work by, 271.
Votius. See Vossius.
Waad (Wade), Sir William, Lieutenant of the Tower of London, complaint against, 10 and n.
Wagstaffe, Timothy, of the Middle Temple, London, and Bishop's Tachbrook, co. Warwick, 203.
Wahan, George. See Vaughan, George.
Wainsford, Mr. See Wandesford, Christopher.
Wake, Sir John, Colonel, Royalist commander, 377.
Wakefield, Thomas, of St. Foster, London, goldsmith, letter from Keighley to, 214.
Wakefield. See Wakefield, Thomas.
Walden, Lady. See Howard, Elizabeth.
Walden, Lord. See Howard, Theophilus.
Wales, petition to Privy Council
from clothiers of, 16.
-, Court of the Marches of, 214, 269.
-, reference to Middleton's expedition to, 286.
-, reference to sequestration by King of Earl of Leicester's lands in, 404.
Walgrave, Colonel, 377.
Walgrave Mr [? John Walgrave, a London surgeon and apothecary], gives evidence at Franklin's trial, 25, 26.
Walkern, co. Herts, 320.
Waller, George, of Groombridge, Speldhurst, co. Kent, his estate valued at 800, 13.
Waller, Sir Thomas, his heir. See Waller, William.
Waller, Sir William, Parliamentary
general, defeats Lord
Herbert of Raglan, 374.
-, competes with Governor of Sudeley for contribution to army, 376.
-, 377, 379, 380(3), 385.
-, his soldiers quartered at Rushton, 387.
Waller, William, of Groombridge, Speldhurst, co. Kent, his estate valued at 1000, 13.
Wallingford, Lady. See Knollys, Elizabeth.
Wallingford, W. See Knollys, William.
Wallingford House, Whitehall, residence of the Duke of Buckingham, letter dated from, 196.
Wallington, co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 126.
Walsingham, Audrey, Lady, wife of Sir Thomas Walsingham, 152.
Walsingham, Lady. See Walsingham, Audrey.
Walsingham, Sir Thomas, of Scadbury, Chislehurst, co. Kent, his estate valued at 1500, 14.
Walter, , a London apothecary,
-, gives evidence in Franklin's trial, 26.
Walterstone, co. Hereford, 434.
Waltham Cross, co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 127.
Walthamstow (Walthamstowe), co. Essex, manor of, 61.
Walton, John, 321.
Walton, Mr, of Cambridge University, preaches at Hatfield, 453.
Wanborough (Wanborrowe), co.
-, manor of, 430.
Wanborrowe. See Wanborough.
Wandesford (Wainsford), Christopher, of Kirklington, co.
Yorks, M.P. for Richmond,
co. Yorks, later Master of the
Rolls of Ireland, his speech
against Duke of Buckingham, 211.
Warburton, Peter, Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, 427.
Warde, Jonas, slaughterman, of Cranborne, co. Dorset, 127.
Warder, Earl of. See Arundell, Thomas.
Warder (Wardour), Sir Edward, of
London, his confession produced at examination of
Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 97.
Wardrobe, The, 97.
Wards, Court of, 35, 40, 57, 98, 187,
-, suspension of Earl of Bristol's annuity from, 221.
-, Master of. See Knollys, William; Cranfield, Lionel.
Wards and Wardships, 44, 175, 197, 321, 387.
Ware, co. Herts, munition to be
provided in, 84.
-, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 125.
-, letter dated from, 402.
-, lease of tolls of bridge at, 419.
Ware, Mr, a London goldsmith, 438.
Wareham (Warham), co. Dorset, payments towards garrison of, 380.
Warlingworth. See Worlingworth.
Warminster, co. Wilts, 287.
Warner, Alderman. See Warner, John.
Warner, Francis, farmer of the rectory of Wingfield, co. Suffolk, sues parishioner for non-payment of tithes, 18.
Warner, John, Alderman of London, destroys painted glass windows of his parish church, 364.
Warre, Mr [? Richard Warre, of the Middle Temple, London], gives evidence at Franklin's trial, 24.
Warren, John, of Elstree, co. Herts, collects money towards defence of King of Bohemia, 125.
Warwick, co. Warwickshire, Bailiff of Marston and Pebworth manors imprisoned at, 376, 379.
Washington, Mr [? Laurence Washington, of Jordan's Hall, Maidstone], co. Kent, his estate valued at 300, 14.
Waterman, Roger, petition for payment of work, 373.
Watford (Watford cum Hamblett), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 125.
Watkinson (Wattkinson), Thomas, of Brigstock, co. Northants, 264.
Watson, Mr [? later, Sir Thomas Watson, of Halstead], co. Kent, his estate valued at 800, 14.
Watton, Mr [? William Watton, of Addington], co. Kent, his estate valued at 500, 14.
Watts, Sir John, of Ware, co. Herts, 313.
Watts, John, of Mardock, Ware, co.
Herts, money collected towards defence of King of
Bohemia by, 125, 126.
-, 188, 313.
Weale, Job, apothecary, 270.
Weavers, Guild of, London, petitions Lord Mayor for restraint of importation of silk wares, 5.
Webb, William [? of Motcombe, co. Dorset], in the service of the Earl of Salisbury, authorised to sell pearls, 31.
Weekesteed, Francis, petition for payment of work, 373.
Weekley (Weickle) Coppice, Chetterwood, co. Dorset, 140.
Weickle Coppice. See Weekley Coppice.
Welbeck, co. Notts, letters dated from, 288, 290, 291, 292, 293(2).
Welby, Thomas, Provost-Marshal in Parliamentary army, mentioned in tract called New Magna Charta, 408.
Welcome, Thomas [? of Market Stainton, co. Lincs], mentioned in tract called Nova Magna Charta, 408.
Weld (Welde), Sir John, of Arnolds, co. Middlesex, 152.
Welden, John, yeoman, of Grimston, co. Norfolk, sued for non-payment of tithes, 164.
Weldon (Welden), Mr [? Anthony Weldon, of East Peckham], co. Kent, his estate valued at 400, 14.
Wells, co. Somerset, 393.
Wells, Cathedral of, Treasurer of. See Crichton, Robert.
Wells, Captain [? John Wells, Parliamentary commander], 377.
Wencelas (Wencelaus) II, Emperor and King of Bohemia (d. 1419), reference to his deposition, 92.
Wencelaus. See Wencelas II.
Wenhaston (with Mells), co. Suffolk, 137, 176.
Wentworth, Colonel. See Wentworth, Sir John.
Wentworth, Lord. See Wentworth, Thomas.
Wentworth, Sir John, of Gosfield, co. Essex, commander of English troops in the Palatinate, 122.
Wentworth, John, of Somerleyton, co. Suffolk, sued for nonpayment of tithes, 38, 39.
Wentworth, Thomas, 4th Lord Wentworth, guest at Hatfield House, 1.
Wentworth, Sir Thomas, of Wentworth Woodhouse, co. Yorks,
M.P. for Yorkshire, later
Lord President of the Council
of the North, Lord Deputy
of Ireland and Earl of
Strafford, his speech included in a book of Parliamentary speeches, 243.
-, signs joint letter to Privy Council, 271.
-, 272, 282, 307, 316, 407.
-, his attitude towards Earl of Cork, 276.
-, brings information against Earl of Cork, 281.
-, at Portumna, 282.
-, letter to Lord Clifford, 282.
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 317.
-, reference to trial of, 333.
-, Act of Attainder against, 333.
-, House of Commons told of plans to effect escape from Tower of, 359, 360.
-, reference to his execution, 411.
-, mentioned in political verses, 415.
Werley, Captain, to take over 100 men levied in Hertfordshire, 200.
Wesel [North Rhine, Germany], 119.
-, letter dated from camp before, 128.
West Bailey Walk, Enfield Chase, co. Middlesex, 411.
West, John, Keeper of West Bailey Walk, Enfield Chase, 411.
Westhall (Westall), co. Suffolk, 178, 189(2).
West Indies, 217.
West Lane, Redriffe (Rotherhithe Wall), Bermondsey, London, 459.
Westmill, co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 125.
Westminster, London, writs, etc.,
dated from, 16(2), 18, 19, 32,
39(2), 43(2), 44, 48, 51, 53(2),
54, 57, 78(2), 83, 84, 116,
118, 121, 135, 137, 153, 164,
166, 168, 176, 177(2), 178(3),
186, 188, 189(3), 191, 192, 438.
-, 66, 384, 405.
-, noisy arrival of Lord Mayor at, 102 and n.
-, Baron de Dohna lodges at, 129.
-, order for Field's arrest issued to City of, 175.
-, petition to King for the grant of incorporation with due rights and privileges to, 289, 290.
-, House of Commons discusses grievance of denial of justice in Courts of, 310.
-, payments towards militia of, 417.
Westminster College or School,
London, letter dated from,
-, expenses of Algernon and William Cecil at, 287, 304, 322, 334.
-, William Cecil's attack of smallpox at, 323.
Westminster Hall, London, Anne
Turner's trial in, 20.
-, panic in, 21.
-, Sir Henry Montague installed as Lord Chief Justice of King's Bench in, 38, and n.
Westminster, Dean of. See Montaigne, George; Williams, John.
Westminster, Palace of, London,
writs, etc., dated from, 10,
115, 227, 228, 243, 301, 307,
316, 317(2) 440.
-, Privy Council takes oath to Anglo-Spanish royal marriage treaty in, 185.
-, chapter of Order of the Garter held at, 210.
Weston, co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 125.
Weston [? on Avon, co. Gloucester], Queen's soldiers at, 378.
Weston, Lady. See Weston, Frances.
Weston, Lord. See Weston, Jerome.
Weston, Frances, Lady, wife of Sir Richard Weston, 193.
Weston, Jerome, Lord Weston, later 2nd Earl of Portland, challenged to a duel by Earl of Holland, 274.
Weston, Nathaniel, petition to Earl of Salisbury, 419.
Weston, Sir Richard, Chancellor
of the Exchequer, later Lord
Treasurer and 1st Earl of
Portland, sworn Privy Councillor, 152.
-, 177, 193, 211, 213(2).
-, takes oath to marriage treaty with Spain, 185.
-, his statement in House of Commons regarding financial aid to Palatinate, 186.
-, requests Earl of Salisbury to pay arrears of subsidy assessment, 196.
-, signs joint letter to Earl of Salisbury, 227.
-, receives apology from Earl of Holland, 274.
Weston, Richard, an attendant
upon Sir Thomas Overbury
in the Tower of London, his
indictment for the murder of
Sir Thomas Overbury, 19.
-, details of his participation in the murder, 2023, 24, 2628.
-, called "a base pander", 20.
-, gives evidence at Franklin's trial, 26.
Weston, William, son of Richard Weston, gives evidence at Franklin's trial, 26.
West Park, Rockbourne, co. Hants, 458.
West Walk, co. Wilts, 41, 296.
-, Keeper of. See Swayne, Robert.
Westwood, John, constable of hundred of Broadwater, co. Herts, 137.
Westwood Coppice, Chetterwood, co. Dorset, 140.
Weymouth, co. Dorset, 246, 386.
-, munition and ordnance in, 353.
-, military forces in, 354.
Whalley, Colonel. See Whalley, Edward.
Whalley, Edward, Colonel, Parliamentary commander, his soldiers quartered at Cranborne, 387.
Wharton, Dorothy, Lady, late 2nd wife of Philip Wharton, 3rd Baron Wharton, 163 and n.
Wharton, Philip, 3rd Baron Wharton, 163.
Wheare, Degory, Professor of history at Oxford University, purchase of his De Ratione ... Legendi Historias, 388.
Wheatacre (Whetacre Burgh,
Whitakre, Whettacre All
Saints), co. Norfolk, rectory
of, 39, 83.
Wheathampstead (Whethampstead), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 125.
Whetacre Burgh. See Wheatacre.
Whetenhall (Whetnall), Sir Henry, of Hextall, East Peckham, co. Kent, his estate valued at 800, 14.
Whethampsteed. See Wheathampstead.
Whincop (Whincope), John, chaplain to the Earl of Salisbury, buys Lexicon for Algernon Cecil, 322.
Whincope, Dr. See Whincop, John.
Whitackres, Jeremy. See Whitaker, Jeremy.
Whitaker (Whitackres), Jeremy, Groom of the Chamber to late Earl of Salisbury, and in the service of William Cecil, 2nd Earl of Salisbury, 158.
Whitakre. See Wheatacre.
White, Charles, 268.
White, Dr, 151.
White, Richard [? of Marston, co.
Gloucester], robbed of money
by soldiers, 376.
-, imprisoned in castle of Sudeley, 379.
Whitechurch, co. Dorset, letter dated from, 320.
Whitehall (Whithall), London, 7,
23, 26, 27, 43, 66, 71, 141(2),
-, Overbury and Earl of Somerset quarrel in the Gallery at, 22.
-, orders, decrees, letters, etc., dated from, 32, 51, 60, 83(2), 85, 103, 118, 120, 131, 146, 163, 175, 177, 191, 192, 193, 197, 200(2), 201, 211, 213(2), 227(2), 228, 229(2), 233, 294, 297, 301, 303, 308, 309, 314(2), 315, 316, 317, 321(2).
-, orders, decrees, etc., dated from Court at, 84, 298.
-, King's speech to Committee of both Houses of Parliament at, 189.
-, King's declaration to Parliament at, 191.
-, masque held at, 267.
-, mentioned in tract called Nova Magna Charta, 405, 408.
Whitehall Gardens, London, 43.
White Hart, The, Strand, London, 38.
White Lion, The, inn, London, 26, 27.
Whitelocke (Whittlocke), Sir James, Judge of the King's Bench, 203.
Whitfield (Whitefeild), Mr [? Herbert Whitfield, of Tenterden], co. Kent, his estate valued at 300, 14.
Whittingham, , implicated in alleged conspiracy to murder Earl of Shrewsbury, 263.
Widford, co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 126.
Widdrington, Sir Thomas, Recorder of York, 418.
Wigg (Wigge), William, of Pimperne, co. Dorset, guilty of encroaching on Earl of Salisbury's waste at Alderholt, 235.
Wight, Isle of, co. Hants, 140, 374,
375, 407, 409.
-, danger of Spanish invasion threat to, 220.
-, suggestion that magazine of munition be established in, 220.
-, reference to King's detention in, 406.
Wight, John, petition to Earl of Salisbury, 457.
Wihhampton. See Witchampton.
Wilford, Sir Thomas, of Ileden, Kingston, co. Kent, his estate valued at 800, 13.
Willey Spring, Greasley, co. Notts, 163.
Williams, Abraham, agent of the King and Queen of Bohemia in London, 129(2).
Williams or Gwilliams, George, in
the service of Lord Ros,
attempt made to suborn, 63.
-, committed to prison by Sir Thomas Lake, 63, 70, 71.
-, examined at Whitehall, 71.
Williams, John, Bishop of Lincoln,
Lord Keeper, later Archbishop of York, 163, 177,
192, 197, 200, 205, 208, 224.
-, Earl of Salisbury's request to, 166.
-, takes oath to marriage treaty with Spain, 185.
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 192.
-, recommends Wynn as M.P. for Hertford, 192.
-, undertakes visitation of his diocese, 364.
Williams, Robert, gives evidence at
trial of Anne Turner, 23.
-, witness at Franklin's trial, 26.
Williams, Mr. See Williams, Abraham.
Willian (Willyan), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 125.
Willis, Serjeant-Major, his examination concerning conspiracy against Parliament, 359.
Willmott, Viscount. See Wilmot, Charles.
Willoughby, Lord. See Bertie, Robert.
Willoughby, Sir Francis, of Wollaton, co. Notts, late (second) husband of Dorothy, Lady Wharton, 163.
Willoughby [? Henry, of co. Wilts], of Gray's Inn, London, 292.
Willoughby, Captain [? Thomas Willoughby, Parliamentary commander], 377.
Willow or Wellow, John, of Fleet Street, Warden of the Company of Clockmakers, London, repairs a watch for Earl of Salisbury, 165 and n.
Willow, Mr. See Willow, John.
Willyan. See Willian.
Wilmot (Willmott), Charles, 1st
Viscount Wilmot of Athlone,
appointed commissioner to
consider military assistance
for Palatinate, 141.
-, conspirators against Parliament committed by Pym to, 366.
Wilmot, Henry, Colonel, later Commissary-General of the Horse
in the Royalist army,
involved in conspiracy
against Parliament, 357,
-, visits John Pymat Chelsea, 366.
Wilmot, Lord. See Wilmot, Charles.
Wilmott, Mr. See Wilmot, Henry.
Wilson, Dr [? Henry], physician, 270.
Wilton, co. Wilts, 46, 395.
Wiltshire, owners of coppices in,
41, 46, 76.
-, 42, 59(2), 195, 200, 287.
-, Salisbury property sold in, 56.
-, Sheriff of. See Grobham, Sir Richard.
Wimbledon (Wimbletone), co. Surrey, alleged attempt to poison Lady Ros at Earl of Exeter's house in, 66, 73.
Wimborne St. Giles (St. Giles), co. Dorset, 41.
Wimondlye. See Wymondley.
Windebank, Sir Francis, Secretary
of State, 282, 317, 320.
-, orders that Robert Cecil and Tyrrell be sent back to England, 306.
Windham, Justice. See Wyndham, Sir Hugh.
Windsor, co. Berks, letter to King
from Dean and Canons of, 7.
-, Royal free chapel of, 7.
-, letter dated from, 175.
Windsor, Dean of. See Thompson, Giles.
Wingfield, co. Suffolk, custom of tithing in parish of, 18.
Winniffe, Thomas, Dean of St. Paul's, ordered by House of Commons to remove altar at St. Paul's, 364.
Winsor, Allen, his payments for tithes of Blagdon, 380.
Winter, Sir John, of Lydney, co.
Gloucester, farmer of woods
and ironworks in Forest of
-, mentioned in case concerning ironworks in Forest of Dean, 381.
Wintner, Dr, 449.
Winton, co. Hants, letter dated from, 44.
Winwood, Sir Ralph, Secretary of State, 51, 60(2).
Wiseman, Sir Thomas [? of Rivenhall, co. Essex], 234.
Witchampton (Wihhampton, Wichampton), co. Dorset, 58.
-, names of coppices in Chetterwood belonging to freeholders of, 140.
Witchampton Park Coppice, Witchampton, co. Dorset, 140.
Wither, George, poet, purchase of his Letters of Advice, 383.
Wodnoth, Arthur, a London goldsmith, 272.
Wolferyes, Henry, legal proceedings against, 423.
Wolstenholme, Sir John, of London, 360(2).
Wombwell (Womble), Mr [? of Wombwell Hall, Northfleet], co. Kent, his estate valued, 14.
Wood, Sir David, gives evidence at the trial of Anne Turner, 21.
Wood or Woods, Edward, of
Tollard, co. Wilts, owner of
coppices in Wiltshire, 41, 46.
-, names of his coppices in Chetterwood, 140.
-, his dispute with Earl of Salisbury over extent of Cranborne Chase, 212.
Wood, Jane, sister-in-law of James Franklin, gives evidence at Franklin's trial, 26.
Wood, William, carpenter, work undertaken by him at Hatfield House, 4.
Wood, , implicated in alleged conspiracy to murder Earl of Shrewsbury, 263.
Woodborough (Woodborow), co.
-, letter dated from, 305.
Woodfields (Woodfeilds) (? co. Kent), 18.
Woodhouse, Sir William, of Hickling, co. Norfolk, guest at Hatfield House, 1.
Woods, John, of Woodborough, co. Notts, letter to Capell, 304.
Woodsend. See Launceston Wood.
Woodstock, co. Oxford, 56.
Wood Street, London, 334.
Woodward, Captain, Parliamentary commander, his soldiers quartered at Cranborne, 387.
Wool, complaint about export in
foreign ships of commodities
made of, 13.
-, adverse effects on English cloth trade and manufacture of export to France of, 16.
Worcester, co. Worcester, taken by
Parliamentary forces, 373.
-, theft of cattle by Reformadoes from, 379.
Worcester, E. See Somerset, Edward.
Worcester House, Strand, London, hearing of the dispute between Lord and Lady Roos, at, 441.
Worgan, Christopher, a preservator of the Forest of Dean, 401.
Worlingworth (Warlingworth), co. Suffolk, 176.
Wormley, co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 127.
Worms (Wormes) [Germany], Ansbach's forces plan to camp at, 121.
Worshipps, Bacton, co. Suffolk, close of land called, 16.
Worsley, Sir Richard, of Appuldurcombe, Godshill, co. Hants, names of his coppices in Chetterwood, 140.
Worthington, Sir William, of Springfield, co. Essex, Gentleman Porter of the Tower of London, 10.
Worthy Mortimer [? Worth Matravers, co. Dorset], sale of Earl of Salisbury's property at, 11.
Wotton, Lord. See Wotton, Edward.
Wotton, Edward, 1st Baron
Wotton of Marley, Treasurer
of the Household, his estate
in Kent valued at 5000, 14.
-, 51, 131, 204.
Wren, John, a carrier, 453.
Wressell, co. Yorks, Earl of Northumberland's castle at, 242.
Wright, Sir George, of Henhurst, Cobham, co. Kent, Swarton finds employment in household of, 69.
Wright, Henry, witnesses Jephson's deposition, 441.
Wright, John, petition to Privy
-, accused of plotting death of King and Prince of Wales, 6.
Wright, John, gives evidence at the trial of Anne Turner, 21.
Wright, Richard, linnen-draper, petition to executors of Earl of Pembroke, 428.
Wright, Thomas, protg of Henry Wriothesley, 3rd Earl of Southampton, his The Passions of the Minde bought for Arthur Capell, 258.
Wriothesley, Henry, 3rd Earl of
about his conduct in Parliament and other matters, 155.
-, controversy in the House of Lords between Marquis of Buckingham and, 155.
-, raises volunteers for States General, 193.
Wroth, Mary, Lady, wife of Sir
Robert Wroth, guest at Hatfield House, 2.
-, letter to Queen, 3 and n.
-, letters to Lord Denny, 160, 161.
-, complains of slanderous verses by Lord Denny, 160.
-, charged by Lord Denny with writing offensive book, 161.
Wroth (Wrothe), Richard, of Sutes, Standon, co. Herts, collects money towards defence of King of Bohemia, 125(2), 126.
Wroth (Wrothe), Sir Robert of Loughton, co. Essex, reference to his petition to King, 3 and n.
Wrothe, Mr. See Wroth, Sir Robert.
Wyatt, Mr [? George Wyatt, of Boxley], co. Kent, his estate valued at 400, 14.
Wyddial (Wydyhall), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 126.
Wydyhall. See Wyddial.
Wylde, Sir John, of Canterbury, co. Kent, his estate valued at 800, 13.
Wymborne Allhallows, Wymborne St. Giles, co. Dorset, sale of Earl of Salisbury's property at, 11.
Wymondley, Great (Wimondlye Magna), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 125.
Wymondley, Little (Wimondlye Parva), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of Bohemia within parish of, 125.
Wyndham (Windham), Sir Hugh, judge, 430.
Wynn, Sir Richard, of Gwydir, co.
Caernarvon, his brother
recommended by Bishop of
Lincoln as M.P. for Hertford,
-, claims promise of place of M.P. from Earl of Salisbury, 246.
Wynn, William, brother of Sir Richard Wynn, recommended to Earl of Salisbury by Bishop of Lincoln as M.P. for Hertford, 192.
Yardley. See Ardeley.
Yaxham, co. Norfolk, 84.
Yelverton, Sir Henry, AttorneyGeneral, case between Sir
Peter Chapman and, 65.
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 90.
-, acts for prosecution in examination of Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 94, 103(2), 105.
-, confident of proving charges against Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 104.
-, sums up the case against Lord Treasurer Suffolk, 106108.
-, his trial in Star Chamber, 131.
-, charged with passing a charter to City of London containing unauthorized provisions, 131.
-, referred to the King's clemency, 132.
-, his speech in his own defence to House of Lords, 148.
-, refers to threats against him by Duke of Buckingham, 149.
Yeoman of the Guard, Earl of
Salisbury solicits Captaincy
of, 43(3), 44, 45, 48(2), 49,
-, Sir Henry Rich seeks Captaincy of, 45, 48, 49, 53, 56.
-, Earl of Salisbury abandons his intention of obtaining Captaincy of, 53, 56.
Ynojosa, Marquis of. See Hinojosa.
Yonge, , 12.
York, co. Yorks, Earl of Salisbury
-, chosen as rendezvous for English army, 299.
-, Council of English Peers at, 319, 322, 323.
-, letters dated from, 319, 325, 326, 327(2).
-, King proposes to transfer negotiations with Scots from Ripon to York, 323, 324.
-, Scots refuse to transfer the negotiations to, 324.
-, effect of Scots' refusal to conduct negotiations at, 326.
-, Earl of Salisbury's expenses at Ripon and, 334.
-, Earl of Salisbury joins King at, 370, 371.
-, reference to gathering of Royalist Peers at, 372.
York, Archbishop of. See Neile, Richard.
York Duke of. See Charles, Prince; James, Prince.
Yorkshire, 10, 98, 107, 282.
Youghal, co. Cork, Ireland, 273.
Yrun. See Irun.
Zouche, Edward, 11th Lord Zouche, Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, 85.