Index: W

Calendar of State Papers and Manuscripts in the Archives and Collections of Milan 1385-1618. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1912.

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W

Wakefield, co. York:
-, battle of, 42, 48.

Waldern, William, citizen of London, 3.

Wales:
-, Edward recovers by Mortimer's Cross, 57; French want to raise against Edward, 93.
-, Edward gone to, 101; Henry in, 102; Pembroke's campaign in, 125.
-, Warwick to land in, 141; Margaret and Prince Edward in, 154.
-, Pembroke's hold on, 160; troops for French invasion, 174.
-, Edward takes son to, 176; disturbances in, 520.

-, Prince of. See Arthur; Edward.

Wallop, John, English ambassador in France:
-, threatens breach, 556; reported recall, 562.

Walsingham, Francis, secretary of State, 604.

Waltham, co. Essex,? Gualta, forest, 524.

Warbeck, Perkin, son of King Edward, Duke of York, Duke of Orche, Oxbeke, Perkin, 291, 336.
-, said to be son of Duchess of Burgundy and Bishop of Cambrai, 292; going to Ireland, 292, 293; Scotland proposes to mediate for, 298; marries cousin of James IV, 299, 318.
-, takes field, 308; supports revolt in England, 317, 319; besieging English castle, 320; flees, 323, 324, 328.
-, descent on Cornwall, 325; approaches London, 326; movements in west, 327, 328.
-, account of submission, 329–31; shown to Raimundo, 333; made a spectacle, 335.
-, origin proved, 341, 342; escape and recapture, 348; Maximilian's favours to, 369; Taylor took to Ireland, 380.

-, -, wife of. See Gordon, Catherine.

Ward, Mary, 657n.

Warham, William, Keeper of the Rolls, English ambassador to Scotland:
-, returns with ratification of peace, 342.

-, -, English ambassador to the emperor, 375.

to stay in Flanders, 380.

-, -, Achbishop of Canterbury:

vicar of, 534.

Warmington, William, English priest:
-, memorial of, 610.

Warwick, co. Warwick:
-, castle, 66, 67.

-, Countess of. See Beauchamp, Anne.

-, Earl of. See Neville, Richard.

Watson, Thomas, ex-Bishop of Lincoln:
-, in prison, 606.

Watten, Vaten [Pas de Calais, France]:
-, abbey of, 654, 656.

Waynflete, William of, Lord Chancellor of England, 23.

Weather, 177, 391, 393, 493.

Webb, Robert:
-, letter of, 650.

Welles, Wellys, Huels, Duelles, Anelles. Leo, Lord:
-, slain at Towton, 65, 66, 68, 72, 77, 78.

-, Richard de, Lord Willoughby, Duelebi, Huebbi, Vuelby, Vuelley:

-, -, reported slain at Towton, 66, 68, 72 77 78.

Wells, John Viscount, 256n.

Welsh:
-, under March, reported near London, 50; rise against Edward, 121.

Wenlok, Sir John Lord Wenlok:
-, proposed ambassador to pope, 107.
-, English ambassador to France and Burgundy, 109n, 110n.

West, Nicholas, Dean of Windsor, English ambassador to France, 439n.

-, -, Bishop of Ely:

cited for praemunire, 527.

Westminster:
-, treaty dated at, 4, 121n; letters dated at, 255, 275, 309, 310, 347, 363.
-, Henry VI starts from, 17 Edward made king at, 61; Warbeck escapes from, 348.
-, Henry VIII building at, 541, 543.

-, palace, 361.

fire at, 341.

-, Abbot of. See Feckenham.

Westmorland, Earl of. See Neville, Ralph.

Whalley, 377.

Wharfe, River, co. York, 61.

White, Vitum, Father Austin, alias Bradshaw, Farther Austin of St. John, prior of the English, Douay:
-, charge against, 626.

Whitehil, Richard, English ambassador to Burgundy, 109n.

William IX, Marquis of Monferrat, 318.

William IV, Duke of Bavaria, 402.

-, -, to make war on King of Romans, 571.

Williams, David, Master of the Rolls:
-, sent on mission to Rome, 261; to go to Milan, 262; Sforza gives letters to, 265; arrives in Rome, 266; Henry thanks Milan for reception, 272.

Willoughby, Lord. See Welles, Richard.

Wiltshire, Earl of. See Boleyn, Thomas; Butler, Thomas; Stafford, Edward.

Winchester, Bishop of. See Beaufort, Henry; Foxe, Richard; Gardiner, Stephen.

Windsor, Vindesore, Hoymisor, co. Berks.
-, Edward IV, hunting at, 100; letters dated at, 251, 270–2, 304, 305, 545.
-, Henry VII and court at, 309; Henry goes to, 348; Wiltshire at, 521.
-, treaty of, 441, 442.
-, Catherine of Aragon going to, 543; Catherine at, 546.

-, Dean of. See Urswick; West.

Wine, 129, 137, 376.
-, trade at Bordeaux, 185.
-, -, of Gascony, 188.
-, Louis sends present to England, 229; of Milanese merchants seized on Rhine 266.
-, duty on French in England, 373; Tournay centre for trade, 405.
-, malmsey, 332.
-, new duty on, 331.

Wingfield, Sir Richard, English ambassador in the Netherlands:
-, shows king's letters to Lodi, 386; complains Sforza not written to king, 386; says king left to act alone, 400; conversation with Lodi, 410, 411.

Winter, Thomas, Wolsey's son or nephew:
-, king receives, 520.

Wirtemberg, Duke of. See Ulric.

Wladislaus. See Uladislaus.

Woad, 19, 20.
-, English import from Milan, 147; export from France controlled, 373.

Wodye, John, executor of William Andreby:
-, deed of, 275.

Woking, Oking, co. Surrey:
-, Henry VII at, 263.

Wolsey, Thomas, Cardinal of York, the legate, 465, 471, 534.
-, assurances to pope, 443; Sforza should write to, 445 458, 493, 511, 513, 514; stirs Henry against emperor, 447.
-, no goodwill to Sforza, 449–51, 460, 464, 466–8, 482; present at Henry's harangue to ambassadors, 453.
-, hopeful about peace, 455, 459; threatens to make pope accept Bourbon, 456; Venier sees, 457.
-, hastens despatch of Ghinucci, 461; plan for Sforza, 462, 470; talks large, 463.
-, sends to tell French and Venetian ambassadors about Auditor's mission, 466.
-, wants Milan to force hand of Francis, 467–9, 476; sends for ambassadors, 474, 479; their reply to, 475.
-, Mendoza meets at Greenwich, 478; has full powers, 480; Scarpinello interviews, 482.
-, friendly to Sforza, 482, 483, 478, 496, 497, 505; pope tries to defeat project, 484; pope does not want peace to rest with, 490.
-, Sforza explains why did not write to, 485; Sforza wants protection, 486, 491; Sforza writes to, 491, 499.
-, urges pope not to make terms with imperialists, 492; assembles ambassadors to discuss peace, 494.
-, wants to saddle Sforza with pension, 495; busy with ambassadors, 495, 496; discusses truce, 498.
-, Sforza should buy with pension, 499, 508; ready to help pope, 499, 500, 502–4; negotiates with French ambassadors, 500, 501.
-, lowers terms to France, 503; pope thanks, 504; to arrange French alliance, 505.
-, Sforza should conciliate, 506, 513; writes friendly letter to pope, 507.
-, to go to France to arrange for conference, 508, 510, 515.
-, to celebrate mass at signing of treaty, 509; ill, 511, 512.
-, will provide money for war in Italy, 514; negotiaties with French Council, 516.
-, in diocese of York, good cheer and gentleness, 519, 520; humility and sanctity, 521.
-, to appear before parliament, 525; ordered to diocese, 527; arrest and death, 528–31, 533.
-, rumours about intentions, 529–32; park of, near York house, 541.
-, physician of. See Augustino, Messer.
-, son or nephew of. See Winter, Thomas.

Woodstock, Edmund of, Earl of Kent, 158n.

Woodstock, Adiscot, co. Oxford, 327, 328, 353.
-, court at, 320; ambassadors received at, 322.

Woodvill, Wydevill, Anthony, Lord Scales, Anthony de Ryvere, River s.Monsignor de Schalex:
-, reported slain at Towton, 65, 66, 68, 72, 77, 78; Warwick takes, 100.
-, goes over to Yorkists, 102; escape from Warwick, 131; accompanies Edward to France, 194.
-, at Neuss, 195, 196; journey to Rome, 217; queen sends to, at Rome, 222; visits Burgundy at Morat, 227; cowardice, 228.

Woodvill, Elizabeth:
-, Edward IV to marry, 113; Edward marries, 114.

-, -, See Elizabeth, Queen of England.

-, John, executed, 131.

Woodvill, Sir Richard:
-, marries Jacquetta of Luxemburg, 50n.

-, -, Earl Rivers, Lord le Ryver, M. de Ruvera, 65, 113.

takes refuge at Newcastle, 68, 73, 78; reported taken, 77.

thinks Henry's cause hopeless, 102.

-, -, -, the Lord Treasurer:

taken and executed with sons, 131.

Wool, 4.
-, Milan large market for English, 147; restriction on export for Italy, 252; Milanese objection to restriction, 253; English reply about, 256, 261; English will take no further steps about, 274.

Worcester:
-, Bishop of Cagli claims bishopric, 353.

-, Bishop of. See Castello, Adrian di; Ghinucci, Girolamo, Gigli, John de; Gigli, Silvester de; Morgan, Philip.

-, Earl of. See Somerset, Charles; Tiptoft, John.

Worms [Hesse, German Empire]:
-, letter from, 387.

Wydevill. See Woodvill.

Wurzburg, Vitus de, Bishop of Bamberg:
-, Leslie visits, 598.

Wynterbourne, Thomas, English ambassador to Burgundy, 109n.