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Index: W

Pages 405-406

Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 28, 1647-1652. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1927.

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Waith. See Wight.

Wales :

declares for king, 3
-, Fairfax demands control, of ports, 9
-, parliament defeat in, 59.

rising for king in, 52-3
-, parliament defeat in, 59
-, defeat of royalists in, 60, 62.

York thought to have gone to, 57
-, parliamentarians suffer serious injury in, 68
-, levy from royalists' goods in, 80.

Cromwell's army gathering in, 115
-, ports garrisoned against Dutch, 259.

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

-, -, fleet of. See ships, revolted.

Waller, Sir Hardress :

Fairfax sends to parliament, 42
-, at Liverpool, 134.

-, Sir William, released from Tower, 65n.

Walley. See Whalley.

Wallingford, Vualinfort, co. Berks : Levellers take, 121.

Walwyn, Mr., advocates free trading instead of by companies, 254.

war, the first Dutch :

Tromp's action unexpected, 243
-, practically declared, 255.

English confidence, 256
-, speedy victory expected, 260, 261
-, not expected to last long, 263, 264.

parliament manifesto justifying, 262
-, all private business suspended because of, 263.

increases fear and suspicion in England, 264
-, Sweden watching before taking action, 265.

stops anything being done for Venice, 266, 271, 287
-, hinders Venice getting ships, 291.

none but official accounts of allowed, 266.

likely to afford opportunity to Charles, 268
-, Grand Duke's opinion of, 281
-, sees difficulty of keeping neutral in, 324.

quarrel grows hotter with no hope of adjustment, 269
-, declared by Holland, 275.

London and chief towns disapprove of, 276
-, army disapproves of, 311.

destroys Spanish hopes of utilising Commonwealth, 282
-, generated in Spain, 290
-, Spain makes no offer concerning, 298.

consternation in Holland caused by, 304
-, attitude of Denmark makes more vigorous prosecution necessary, 307
-, prolongation may lead to Denmark declaring for Dutch, 319.

becomes increasingly burdensome, 312, 314
-, elements in new Council opposed to, 317.

Council of State considers provision of funds for, 312
-, means of raising funds for, 318, 322.

English government would like to cease but Dutch determined to persevere, 314.

burden increases and hopes of adjustment diminish, 322
-, main effort of likely to be in Italian waters, 327.

war ships. See navy.

Wargrene, Isaac, master of the Apollo, 111n.

Warner, Sir John, lord mayor of London, representations against bringing troops back to city, 34.

Warrington, co. Lancs, engagement at, 200.

Warsopp, Colonel Walter, proposes to raise levy for Venice, 36-7.

Warwick, earl of. See Rich, Robert.

Waterford, co. Waterford, Ireland, siege of, 128, 134.

Waterman, Vaterman, Edward, master of the Merchant Adventurer, hires ship for war service, 184.

watermen, census of, on Thames, 249.

Watts, Capt., captured in Dutch ship, 107.

weather :

terrible storms, 208, 262
-, prevents operations at sea, 309, 310.

Weemer. See Wemyss.

Weler, Admiral, helps to reduce Orkneys, 219.

Wellingborough, co. Northants :

Thompson killed at, 105.

Wemyss, Weemer, David second earl of, submits to parliament, 212.

West, Col. Francis, governor of the Tower, death, 288.

Westcott, Capt., captured in Dutch ship, 107.

Westminster
-, Fairfax garrisons, 12, 13
-, trials at, 17
-, Hamilton, Holland and Capel beheaded at, 93.

- abbey, Ireton buried in, 215.

Westmorland, Scots invade, 71.

Wexford
-, Vanford, Vexfort, co. Wexford, Ireland, Cromwell moves against, 124
-, stormed, 127
-, raids from into Wicklow, 230.

-, governor of. See Stafford, James.

Weymouth, co. Dorset, fleet sails from for Jersey, 205.

Whalley, Walley, Edward, Col., restrictions at Edinburgh and Leith, 216.

wheat, claim for, taken to Crete, 185.

Wicklow, Wickolond county, Ireland, raids into against Tories, 230.

Wight, Waith, Isle of :

Pembroke removed from governorship, 18
-, collection in for king, 32.

king flees to, 32
-, measures to prevent king's flight from, 34, 39, 40, 42.

commissioners go to king at, 39
-, proposed conference with king in, 72, 76, 79.

natives removed from king's guard, 48
-, king removed from, 83.

movement of Levellers in, 105
-, dispersed, 107.

Dutch attack on expected, 325.

-, governor of. See Hammond, Robert
-, Herbert, Philip, earl of Pembroke.

William and Thomas, merchantman in action at Monte Cristo, 280n.

Williams, William, owner of Pearl, claim against Venice, 185.

Williamsons, Henry, envoy of Denmark to England, 225.

arrival and first audience, 219
-, Council of State to treat with, 220.

Winchester, co. Hants :

king to be removed to, 82.

Windsor, co. Berks :

king selects for residence, 4
-, king fetched from, 86.

Fairfax removes munitions from Tower to, 62
-, Capt. Bray imprisoned at, 95.

letter dated at, 43.

wine:

French, prohibited in England, 118, 240.

trade with Bordeaux, 238, 240
-, cargoes of captured, 307
-, Dutch trade in with Bordeaux, 310.

Winram
-, George, of Liberton, lord Liberton, Magister Libbertonus, embarks at Edinburgh to find king, 127
-, delegate to Charles at Breda, 145.

With, Vuahit, Witte, Cornelis zoon de, Dutch Admiral, fight with Blake off Kentish Knock, 296.

Witheridge, John, captain of the Bonaventura, representations against behaviour, 220.

Woinok Ahmed
-, Turkish Captain Pasha, determined to bring fleet out of Dardanelles, 98
-, reports difficulties, 100
-, behaviour in action, 111.

agreement with English for ships, 98
-, refusal of English to serve, 112, 114
-, killed at Suda, 113
-, ship roughly handled in action, 114.

women, respect shown to in England, 28.

wool, English trade in, to Levant, 272.

Worcester
-, co. Worcester, news from camp at, 200
-, Cromwell's victory at, 200, 202
-, rejoicings over, 205.

-, marquis of. See Somerset, Henry.

Wright, Capt., captured in Dutch ship, 107.