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Index: W

Pages 787-791

Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 24, 1636-1639. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1923.

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Waimar. See Saxe Weimar, Duke Bernard of.

Wainsford, Wandesford, John, English consul at Aleppo :

notified that Glover to be recognised as Consul at Cyprus, 431n.

Walderode, the Secretary, Aulic Councillor, 526.

Waldshut [Baden, Germany] :

Duke Bernard takes, 388n.

Wales :

appanage of England's eldest son, 404.

-, prince of. See Charles, prince of Wales.

Wall, du :

employed to raise Irish levy for French, 489n.

Wambold, Anselm Casimir von, archbishop elector of Mainz, Elector of Mayence :

Palatine negotiations entrusted to, 117
-, restitution depends on consent, 209
-, obtains part of Palatine's dominions, 306
-, urges on emperor reconciliation of Bavaria and Palatine, 417.

Wandesford. See Wainsford.

Wannerton, , king's proctor :

expected at Paris, 342
-, instructions about reprisals, 346
-, arrived, 355
-, little hope of settling about Pearl, 357.

Warsaw [Poland] :

diet of, opposed to Palatine match, 348.

Warwick, earl of. See Rich, Robert.

Watten [Pas de Calais, France] :

Jesuits taken at capture of abbey, 423.

Watts, Anthony, master of the Elizabeth Dorcas :

Fielding appeals for, 285
-, sentenced for infringing sanitary laws, 285, 286
-, released to please Fielding, 287
-, Fielding thanks for, 289, 291
-, king's thanks for, 321, 322.

wax :

exported from Ragusa for Ancona 331.

weather, winds, gales, storms, tempest, 61, 73, 88, 137, 237, 248, 251, 272, 319, 333, 339-341, 344, 349, 354, 362, 386, 390, 395, 419, 440, 463, 595.

Wedderburn, James, bishop of Dunblane :

death of, king replaces at once, 594.

Weerdt, Wert, John de, Giovanni de Vert, imperialist general :

Lorraine expects reinforcements from, 243
-, hems in Bernard of Saxe Weimar, 267.

duke Bernard defeats, 288
-, defeat and capture, 393.

Weimar. See Saxe Weimar, Duke Bernard of.

Weit. See Wight.

Wentworth, Thomas, viscount, Lord Deputy of Ireland, Viceroy :

outcry against in Ireland, 430.

to take steps against attack from Scots, 496
-, strong and promises success, 516
-, ordered to attack Scots, 535.

letter of Windebank to, 533n.

king hopes to attain ends by making Treasurer, 568
-, appointment expected, 578.

arrives at Court, warmly welcomed by king, 578
-, added to cabinet council, 590.

urges king to take vigorous measures against Scots, 592, 595
-, holds out hopes of help from Irish clergy, 596.

proposed to send to hold parliament in Ireland and obtain supplies, 602.

Wentworth, Thomas, first earl of Cleveland, 551n.

Thomas, lord, son of :

Barbara Lambe affianced to, 551n
-, broken off, 560n.

Werdenberg, John von, Count of Verdembergh, imperial chancillor :

gives information to Ballarino, 102.

Wert. See Weerdt.

Wesel [Rhenish Prussia, Germany], 184 :

Landgrave of Hesse going to, 183.

Weser, River, 190 :

English troops for Palatine stranded at, 475.

Westcourt, Vescurt [co. Berks] :

despatches dated at, 34, 73, 78, 111, 114, 116, 119, 121, 123, 126, 128, 131.

West India Company, the Dutch :

willing to act with English company, 241.

West Indies :

English decide to form new company to trade in, 241.

Reid in London to hire ships for, 595n.

Westminster :

Abbey :

Marchioness of Hamilton buried in, 416n.

Hall, Court of Common Pleas :

Harrison slanders Hutton in, 424n.

palace :

judges pronounce sentence in, about king's power to levy taxes, 153.

royal letters dated at, 328, 383, 514, 519.

justices of the peace in make return of foreigners, 516n.

Weston, Andrew :

murdered at Zante, 415.

-, Sir John, baron of the exchequer :

judgment on Hampden case, 370.

Westphalia [Germany], 417 :

Swedes offer Charles security in, 190
-, Palatine buys place d' armes in (Meppen), 393.

army of Swedes in, offered to Palatine, 422
-, Palatine in, with King, 456.

Weymouth, co. Dorset :

ship of, 440n.

whale fisheries :

Denmark demands tribute from English engaged in, 159.

Whetcombe, Vetcombe, Simon, English merchant :

dies of plague at Patras, 42.

Whetston, John, son of Luke :

letters of marque granted to, 329n.

-, Luke, master of the Pearl :

taken by French squadron, 329n.

Whitford, Walter, bishop of Brechin :

chased out of church at Brechin, 350.

Wickham. See Witcham.

Widdrington, Roger :

reports fortification of Leith, 512n.

Wight, Weit, isle of, co. Hants :

Dutch ship taken off, 7n, 14n
-, Spanish galleon anchored off, 594.

Wilbanch. See Windebank.

Wilde, John, captain of the Recovery :

captures Wolf of Medemblik, 446n.

William I, the Conqueror, king of England :

instituted despotic government, 297.

William V, landgrave of Hesse Cassel :

prepares to relieve Hanau, 22
-, Ponickau at Hague to confer with, 57.

sends brothers to England, 85.

suggested force for Palatine to join, 104
-, promised to receive Palatine into army, 122.

Rupert to serve with, 155, 161.

wishes to confer with Palatine at Hague, 183
-, Senneterre urges Palatine to join, 219.

going to assembly at Hamburg, 184
-, reply to delayed, 187, 190
-, sincerity doubted, 190
-, neglected by England, 199.

possible resumption of negotiations with, 227
-, Palatine enquires about policy towards, 235
-, told unnecessary to send ambassador to, 237
-, satisfaction promised, 237.

Palatine goes to Germany to confer with, 259
-, ready to go to Hamburg, 284.

death, king regrets deeply, 311.

Palatine to take command of army, 315.

widow pursues policy, 404.

William VI, landgrave of Hesse :

army swears fealty to, 315.

William, of London, merchantman :

to serve in Palatine's fleet, 173n.

William, merchantman :

exports currants from Zante, 452, 453, 454.

William and Elizabeth, merchantman :

to serve in Palatine's fleet, 173n.

William and Ralph :

Wyche redeems sailors of, 139.

Williams, Abraham, agent of the Palatine in England :

Curtius leaves in charge, 357
-, informs king of prince's intention to enter Germany, 393.

king informs of intention to assist prince, 471
-, treats with merchants to raise money on Palatine's pension, 580.

Williams, John, bishop of Lincoln :

in disgrace for Puritanism, 242
-, punished for opposing Laud's reforms, 245, 246, 304
-, punished for paper against Scottish liturgy, 506.

Willing Mind, of Weymouth :

captured by Dutch, 440n.

Willoughby, lord, d' Eresby. See Bertie, Montague and Peregrine.

Willoughby, Sir Francis :

sent with 500 Irish to Carlisle, 492.

Windebank, Vindebanch, Wilbanch, Sir Francis, Secretary of State :

one of the inner circle of the cabinet, 209n
-, Panzani cultivates, 302n.

1636 :

signed instructions for Miniken, 6
-, king refers Zawadski to, 11
-, sharp reply to Zawadski about Palatine match, 12
-, speaks of difficulties in way of match, 15.

Correr complains of Gatwood to 25
-, Correr speaks to about glass monopoly, 41.

Arundel writes to from Linz, 33.

in disgrace for sending money to Flanders, 59
-, allowed back at Court, 73
-, restored to favour, 94.

1637 :

letter on Pougny's death, 128n.

at council meeting on Nave case, 168
-, sees Correr about, 168-170
-, accusation against Correr, 169
-, presents demands to Correr, 171, 179
-, communicates to Correr instructions for Fielding, 174.

Correr argues with about case, 178
-, finds hard to convince, 179
-, further demands, 180
-, overruled by king, 181
-, Correr's offices with approved, 188.

long conferences with Oate, 182
-, letter of Pennington to, 329n.

Correr informs of satisfaction in Nave affair, 226n
-, thanks Correr for release of Watts, talks of foreign affairs, 322.

thinks satisfaction necessary for Piazza affair, 325.

tells Fielding recall decided, 352n.

1638 :

Zonca speaks to about shooting affair, 356
-, tells Zonca Fielding will not return, 359, 363.

Zonca to see about Giustinian's reception, 363, 435
-, Zonca asks for ship for Giustinian, 433.

informs Bellievre that no business till naval disputes settled, 373.

Gage writes to about levies, 385n
-, writes to Fielding about succeeding Scudamore, 399n.

informs Oate of release of goods, 411
-, commissioner to decide upon case, 413.

letters to Fielding about Savoy troubles, 412n, 424n
-, condemns Symonds, 474.

1639 :

intercedes with king for Cardenas, 498
-, calls Bellievre a spy, 533n
-, Bellievre speaks slightingly of, 598n.

letter of Fielding to, 499n
-, letter to Gerbier, 589n.

sets out for York, 515
-, secret negotiations with Cardenas, 545
-, Cardenas has long conference with, 557.

all foreign ministers deal with, 535.

explains Brussels negotiations to Bellievre, 548.

remonstrates with Joachimi about search of English ships, 557.

to receive and burn Scottish papers, 569.

-, Thomas, son of the Secretary :

mission to France to obtain Palatine's release, 598, 600
-, visits Prince with Leicester and Chavigny, 601
-, audience of king, 605.

winds. See weather.

Windsor, co. Berks :

despatches dated at, 26, 85, 88, 92, 95, 98.

Oate declines audience at, 33
-, Conn proceeds to, 39n.

promise to Beveren at, 52.

king avoids because of plague, 64
-, Court at, 418, 420.

ceremony of knights of Garter at, 288, 294
-, prince receives order at, 416.

king leaves for London, 585.

wine :

English wish to export from Levant, duty free, 29, 30.

Fielding asks for exemption from duty, 92.

Charles puts taxes on, 299
-, duty increased, 387.

from Spain, 341
-, amount imported annually, 387, 388.

supplied to Dunkirk fleet, 398.

muscat :

only export from Crete, 344
-, much sold falsly as, 345
-, import to England, 399.

duty on reduced, 361
-, not much sold in England, 402.

Winram, George :

sent to Charles about Scottish synod, 492.

Wirtemberg, duchy of :

suggestion to give to Palatine, 43.

-, duke of. See Eberhard III.

Wiseman, Sir Richard :

punished for slandering lord keeper, 424.

Wismar, Vismar [Mecklenburg Schwerin, Germany] :

treaty of d' Avaux tries to get ratified, 347, 364
-, Swedes hold back, 356, 370
-, English want to see completed, 373
-, Swedes want ratified before alliance, 375
-, consigned to d' Avaux, 390, 393.

Witcham, Wickham, co. Cambridge :

disturbance at over reclaimed lands, 430n.

Witte, Witte Cornelis de, Vice Admiral of the Dutch fleet, 328n.

Wolf, of Medemblik, Dutch ship :

captured off Lizard by virture of letters of marque, 446
-, no change in position, 449
-, kept guarded, 456.

Wolfgang, William, duke of Neuburg, Neoburg :

a Catholic, 306
-, obtains part of Palatine's dominions, 307.

Wolfrath, Anton, bishop of Vienna :

commissioner to treat about Palatinate, 17
-, Arundel's unsatisfactory conference with, 18
-, Arundel speaks disparagingly to, 35
-, Arundel speaks threateningly to, 65.

offers conditions of restitution to Arundel, 102
-, friendly letter of Arundel to, 253.

Wolgast, Volgast [Pomerania, Germany] :

letter of Gallas from, 354
-, imperialists take castle, 364
-, Swedes recapture, 393.

Woodstock, co. Oxford :

king at, 456.

wool :

exported from Ragusa for Ancona, 331.

Woolward, Captain of the Nicodemus frigate :

brush with Dutch ship, 440n.

Woolwich, co. Kent :

king and queen at for launching of Sovereign of the Seas, 282.

Wright, Benjamin :

arranges to transport Spanish troops to Flanders, 553n.

Wyche, Vuechi, Sir Peter, English ambassador at the Porte :

high opinion of Emino of Arsenal, 10
-, gets off English sailors, in trouble for firing salute, 57.

redeems captive English sailors in exchange for slaves, 139.

prevents English ship sailing under Venetian flag, 396, 397
-, claims consulage from Thomasina, 408.

appeals to Sultan about duties at Cyprus, 431
-, notified of Hyde's appointment at Patras, 549n.

representations to Sultan about Valona affair, 448, 462
-, Venetian appreciation of offices, 465, 485, 491, 562, 564
-, pleased that office approved, 501
-, king thanked for, 474, 476.

Venice hopes for further action, 470
-, acted from general instructions, 476.

departure, quarrel with Crow, 544.

-, secretary of, 396.

Wynne, Maurice :

fetches queen mother's jewels, 365n.

-, Sir Richard, the queen's treasurer, 365n.