Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 35, 1666-1668. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1935.
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Wallace, Sir James, chief of Scottish insurgents, 126n.
-, -, son of captured, 126.
Waltham Abbey, co. Essex:
-, Manchester entertains king and court at, 226.
war, with the Dutch:
-, French policy at outbreak of, 17–18; gives France chance to capture trade of Indies, 18.
-, makes merchants cautious about buying currants, 51; stagnation at Leghorn due to, 163.
-, Dutch weary of, English, find intolerable, 53; Clarendon to render account of money collected in course of, 184.
-, great preparations of England to continue, 96.
-, England weakened by, 228; heavy cost of, 231; feeling effects of, 245, 269.
-, Colbert stirs up memories of, 312.
-, Charles overburdened with debt through, 329.
-, with France:
cruel effects of, 10; Charles will not write in French because of, 65.
caused by insolence of English, 18.
French policy to wage passively, 18; France has already gathered most of fruits desired from, 79.
great preparations of England to continue, 96.
Scottish guard recalled at outbreak of, 183n.
Warspite, royal navy:
-, escort for Gothenburg ships, 124n.
-, period of rough, ending, 87.
-, storms, 122.
weavers, of silk hose, French charged with enticing away, 300, 313.
-, report on Sandwich's negotiations at Lisbon, 214; Sandwich leaving in charge, on departure, 217; Peñaranda complains to of capture of Spanish ship, 253n.
-, -, son of Colonel, messenger between Sandwich and Southwell, 111.
West India Co., the Dutch:
-, Surinam to be restored to, 215.
ships from, reach Holland, 32; La Barre sails for, 106n; French encouraged by successes in, 130.
Westcomb, Martin, English consul at Cadiz:
-, arrested and imprisoned, 192.
Weymouth, co. Dorset:
-, prizes taken into, 140.
-, success of Dutch with, 271.
-, supplies of, for Portugal, 23, 26; intercepted, 25.
-, export from Apulia, 145; cargo for Spain, 156.
Wight, Vit, isle of, co. Hants:
-, English fleet at, 75.
Wijk van Zee, Vichopzee, Wicke [Prov. N. Holland, Netherlands]:
-, English landing feared at, 56.
Wild, Capt., commander of the Centurion, 155n.
Willoughby, Villogbi, Villoubghi, Francis, fifth lord, of Parham: 138n.
-, sent to recover St. Christophers, 64.
-, William, sixth lord, of Parham:
expedition to Barbadoes, 138; restores Surinam to Dutch, 227.
Wilson, Mr., of Cyprus, English chaplain at Leghorn, 124n.
Winchelsea, earl of. See Finch, Heneage.
Windsor castle, constable of. See Mordaunt, John viscount; Rupert, Prince,
-, export from Gascony, 37.
-, Dutch practically only exporters of, from France, 263.
-, exemption of ambassadors from duties on, limited, 317.
Witt, Cornelis de:
-, in nominal command of fleet in Medway affair, 170.
-, Vit, Viz, Witz, Wit, John de, Pensionary of Holland: 314.
composes differences between Ruyter and Tromp, 61; always favoured the war, 170.
takes over command of fleet, 86; English fleet to attack, 87.
strong leaning to France, 86; Estrades has long conference with, about French claims, 161.
alleged plot to kill, 147; urges attack on Thames, 170.
Estrades remonstrates with, for letting troops pass to Flanders, 175n.
France hopes for favourable decisions from, 209; very masterful and partisan of France, 213.
Temple proposes alliance to, 209, 211, 213; Temple made no impression on, 210.
Marchesini to appeal to, for help, 249; Temple's agreement with, about writing to Charles upon, 278; conversations with Temple, 297.
conditional grant of 2000 foot for Candia, 279, 316; only an offer if England moves, 302—3; hopes of, 305, 307, 311.
has no power without States, 302.
Temple to use influence with, 311; Temple expecting instructions to discuss with, 315; Venice needs minister to solicit, 331.
Venetian hopes from repeated declarations of, 316; Mocenigo impatient to hear what has done, 322.
-, English ships with cargo of, 40.
Worcester, marquis of. See Somerset, Henry.