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Wachtendonck. See Waltendunk.

Waddon, Thomas, a Commissioner of Aids, Stratton Hundred, 197.

Wade, John, 194.

Wadlow, John, a member of the Vintners Co., Contractor for collecting the wine Duties, 323, 326, 335, 336, 339, 347, 348, 350, 351, 354, 355, 356, 357, 358, 360, 368, 370, 371, 373, 374, 377, 388, 390, 392, 404, 406, 423, 425, 430, 441, 449, 450, 4512, 455, 489, 492, 495, 496, 497, 506, 510, 512, 572, 579, 581, 582, 584, 600, 611, 615, 622, 625, 635, 643, 644; for all references to his loans to the Government on the Wine Act, see Wine Act.

Waggons, returning money by. See Assessments.

Waith, Robert (stores), 108, 483, 551.

Walden, Col. [? Lyonell] (Receiver of Aids, co. Huntingdon), 74, 92.
-, -, Major Lyonell, Excise Farmer, Hunts, 106, 190.

Waldenses. See Piedmont.

Waldron, Dr. Thomas (a King's Physician), 307, 549, 612.

Wale, Sir William, 309, 476.

Wales, 14, 120, 595.
-, -, Auditor of, 46, 56, 244.
-, -, Council in the Marches, 595.
-, -, Judges, 137, 239, 318, 415, 416, 420, 434, 463, 613.
-, -, Marches of, 178.
-, -, President of the Marches of, 508; for question of establishment as such see Vaughan, R.
-, -, Receivers of assignments on, 415, 416, 434.
-, -, Taxes. arrears, 265, 266, 274, 307, 314, 327, 411.

Wales, North, 124, 561.
-, -, -, Excise Farmers, 73, 190.
-, -, -, Hearth money Receivers, 41, 46, 150, 587, 624.
-, -, -, Justices. 156, 218, 373.
-, -, -, Receiver of, 335, 512, 607.
-, -, -, -, of Crown Revenues, 171, 279, 289, 361.
-, -, -, Solicitor [for the Aids]; see Manley, F.; Col. Whitley, 117, 285.

Wales, South, 185, 210, 449, 561.
-, -, -, Excise (East Division), 59, 628.
-, -, -, Receivers of, 51, 310, 607.
-, -, -, -, Crown Revenues, 171, 289, 314, 339, 512, 565.

Walford (Wallford), Edwyn, Edwin or Edward, 150, 177, 205; deputy to Col. Fitch, Receiver of Firehearths, Essex, 222, 272, 277, 534.

Walker, Anthony, 143 (of York city, 210).
-, -, Sir Edward, a Clerk of the Privy Council, 189, 356, 442, 500, 544, 599, 631; loan, 561, 619.
-, -, -, Garter King at Arms, 90, 188, 329, 352, 356, 449, 465, 470, 486, 501, 509.
-, -, Francis, 340.
-, -, Isaack, 187, 203; stores, 570.
-, -, John, Usher of the Exchequer Court, 62, 178, 214, 541, 579, 604, 628, 643.
-, -, Capt. John, 612.
-, -, Mr., a constable of Godmanchester, 205.
-, -, Robert (Collector of Hearth money), 219, 518.
-, -, Thomas, of Leeds, 566.
-, -, William, 242; housekeeper of St. James's, 547; keeper of fowls, 618.

Wall, Sir William (Purveyor of Wines to the King). 303.

Waller, Sir Hardresse, 534.
-, -, Sir William, Farmer of Prizage and Butlerage, 201, 207, 209, 244, 308, 369, 530, 531, 589.

Wallford. See Walford.

Wallington (Hundred, Surrey), 523.

Wallis, Mr., 169.

Walmer Castle (Kent), Captain of, see Ingham, Sir T.

Walshcroft wapentake (Lincoln), 570.

Walsingham, Sir Thomas, 186.

Waltendunk [Wachtendonck], Mr., 75.

Walter, David (Groom of the Bedchamber), 544, 585.
-, -, Gabriell, 284 (gunner of the "Prince"), 340, 539.
-, -, Capt. John, 617.
-, -, Sir John, 540.
-, -, Richard, mayor of Haverford West, 113.

Walters, Major Robert, 419, 425 [see Waters], 609, 612, 617.

Waltham Forest, Essex, 106, 154, 174, 244, 380, 403, 411, 418, 523, 545, 604.
-, -, -, Chapel Hainault Walk, 611.
-, -, -, Chingford Walk, Keeper of see Russell, Col. John.
-, -, -, Keeper of see Hicks, Sir William, 618.
-, -, -, King's Grove alias Shackmons, 194, 229.
-, -, -, Larton Walk, 338.
-, -, -, Lyson's Grove, 194, 229.
-, -, -, Queen's Grove alias Shackmons, 194.
-, -, -, Warden of see Lindsey, Earl of.
-, -, -, West Hainault Walk, 194, 229, 611.

Wandsworth (Surrey), 547.

War with Dutch, 106, 148, 149, 161, 163 (including precautionary measures for), 165, 175, 178, 199, 212, 241, 254, 261, 296, 532, 596.
-, -, accounts, 524.
-, -, inquiries as to expenditure of money during, 99, 107. See Accounts (Commissioners).
-, -, issues for, 522.
-, -, subsidy to Bishop of Mnster. See Mnster.

Warcup (Warcob, Warcop, &c.), Edmund (Edward). Farmer of Excise, co. Wilts, 20, 21, 32, 85, 123, 157, 240, 551; Hearth money, 411; [an official of Doyly's office for] Aids, 474, 494, 509, 511, Collector or Farmer of the Sixpenny Writs, 368, 380, 439, 445, 587, 597, 619; loans by, 183, 443, 445, 563.

Ward (Warde), John, bailiff itinerant of Cornwall Duchy, 16, 132, 146, 394, 415, 469, 608, 638.
-, -, Jonathan, 551 (provisions).
-, -, Seth, Bishop of Exeter (loan), 169; Bishop of Sarum, 192.

Warden, Lord, of Forests. See Chief Justice in Eyre.

Warder (Wardour), William (Clerk of the Pells), 70, 125, 181, 377, 380, 388, 408, 446, 447, 499, 522, 564, 604, 628 (attending in vacations), 172.

WARDROBE, GREAT, 469.
-, -, -, accounts, 151, 377.
-, -, -, -, to be kept in English instead of in Latin, 127, 129.
-, -, -, -, of stock, 311.
-, -, -, clerk of, 132, 472; see Thornton, Mr.
-, -, -, Controller of. See Newport, A.
-, -, -, establishment, reduction of, 325, 572.
-, -, -, ground of the Old Wardrobe, question as to disposal of, 227, 475, 478.
-, -, -, issues of cloth, &c., for presents, 228, 356, 405, 475.
-, -, -, liveries in, 2, 221, 238, 245, 386, 440, 469, 488, 632.
-, -, -, Master of, 12, 13; see Sandwich, Earl of.
-, -, -, -, issues to, including loans and assignments, &c., and issues to Mr. Newport, 132, 133, 164, 183, 208, 209, 220, 228, 242, 269, 271, 284, 297, 303, 314, 321, 348, 352, 353, 354, 366, 390, 421, 443, 472, 479, 488, 494, 505, 513, 517, 519, 539, 561, 564, 567, 582, 584, 591, 601, 612, 617, 630, 636.
-, -, -, -, assignee of, or deputy to. See Townsend, T.
-, -, -, office, 2, 239, 274, 364; and see Wardrobe (liveries).
-, -, -, -, abuses in, in exacting abatements on payments. 237, 238, 244; and see Townsend, T.
-, -, -, -, debts in, 327, 369, 570.
-, -, -, -, fees, 237, 245, 429.
-, -, -, -, salaries, 269, 271, 273, 277.
-, -, -, officers, 335.
-, -, -, rules for survey, &c., of, 121, 324.
-, -, -, surveyor of. See Reymes, B.
-, -, -, tapestry men, 114; and see arras workers.
-, -, -, tradesmen, 127, 377, 392, 394, 431, 609, 610, 617, 630.
-, -, -, vestry, 405.

Warships. See Queen Mother (issues).

Wards, Court of, 605.

Ware (Herts), 62.

Ware. See Warr.

Warner, ohn, master of the King's barge, 550, 599.
-, -, Noel, 330, 639, 645; master of the King's barge, 560, 584, 592.
-, -, Thomas, 454.
-, -, William. 395.

Warnes, Dr. alias Lee (loan), 175.

Warr (Ware, Warre), Sir John, 71, 563.

Warrants, questions as to origination of, 390.

Warren, John, 197.
-, -, Mary, 342.
-, -, Thomas, voyage to and negotiation at Sallee. 27, 29, 42, 45, 253, 380, 382, 393, 401, 526, 597, 603, 606.
-, -, William, 162.
-, -, Sir William, contractor for stores for the Navy, 30, 175, 177, 180, 183, 196, 197, 307, 309, 551, 569.

Warwick (Warwyck), James, Receiver of Firehearths, Westmorland, 28, 136, 173.
-, -, John, 123.
-, -, Sir Philip, 5, 7, 8, 13, 11, 27, 28, 31, 35, 41, 42, 46, 84, 96, 101, 107, 108, 111, 112, 124, 154, 219, 230, 234, 239, 251, 253, 256, 298, 317, 318, 329, 334, 369, 376, 378, 379, 385, 405, 430, 517, 525, 530, 536, 567.

Warwick, County, 526, 566.
-, -, -, Aids, Receivers of, 206, 420, 467, 612.
-, -, -, Excise, 190.
-, -, -, Hearth money, Receivers of, 27, 44, 543.
-, -, -, Receivers of Crown Revenues, 172, 279, 289, 576.
-, -, -, Receivers of Taxes, 22, 150, 642.
-, -, -, Sheriffs, 66.
-, -, Earl of. See Rich, C.

Waste in forests. See Forest.
-, -, lands, 384.

Watbridge, John, loan, 563.

Watchmen, 432.

Waterhouse, Jasper, 229, 255 (secondary of the Crown Office), 286, 534, 541.

Watermen. See King's, Queen Consort.

Waters [see Walters], Eldad, 607.

Watkins. James, hire of ships, 570.
-, -, Nathaniel, 556, 593 King's music.
-, -, William, 551; stores, 569.

Watson, James, 228.
-, -, John (Collector of Firehearths), 178.
-, -, Capt. Peter, 620.

Watts, Edward, Excise Farmer, Herts, 69, 190, 353, 356, 357, 472.
-, -, John. Collector of rents. St. John of Jerusalem Hospital), 172.
-, -, -, (Receiver of Herts) 108, (Crown Revenues, London, Middlesex, Essex, Herts), 171, 185, 193, 260, 279, 354.
-, -, Sir John (Receiver of Hearth money, co. Herts), 24, 37, 77, 78, 83, 185, 264, 289, 378, 412, 594, 607.
-, -, Mr., 29, 103, 270.

Wax, 172.

Wayth (Wayt), Mr., 16, 489 Navy Office.

Webb, Col., 81.
-, -, John (loan), 203.
-, -, Mr. (officer of the Hearth money Farmers), 71, 81, 246, 263, 388, 463, 489 Hearth money.
-, -, Samuel (prisoner), 532.
-, -, Thomas, 175.

Webster, John, 147, 228, 248, 524.

Weedon (Wheedon), Thomas, Farmer of Excise of Bucks, 151, 240, 260, 263, 265, 358, 359; Receiver of Aids, Bucks, 139, 206, 263, 349, 459, 490, 491.

Weekes, Weeks, John. 235.
-, -, Mr., 256, 259.

Weekly and monthly certificates of cash. &c., &c., &c., in the various offices, 1213, 14, 18, 24, 26, 33, 40, 41, 42, 53, 92, 99, 105, 107, 125, 126, 256, 257, 285, 335, 340, 346, 354, 433, 451, 501, 527.
-, -, accounts from Solicitor of Taxes, 20, 21.

Weights, English. 341.
-, -, Flemish, 341.

Welbeck, Richard, stable keeper at Reading, 555, 593.

Weld, Humphry, Secret Service, 500, 510, 534, 537, 540, 637, 638.

Weldon, Little (co. Northampton), 380, 385, 387, 389, 394, 601.

Wellow Hundred (co. Somerset), 339.

Wells, Dr., 330.
-, -, Winifred, maid of honour to the Queen 285, 309, 317, 327, 334, 361, 422, 426, 429, 430, 503, 539, 544, 578, 609, 620, 623, 642.

Wells, dean of. See Creighton, Robert.

Wentworth, Lady or Dame Philadelphia, 128 (pension, 335), 337, 383, 392, 410, 415, 609, 617.
-, -, Lord, Thomas, 5th Lord Wentworth of Wellesborough, d. 1665, Col. of the Royal Regiment of Foot Guards, 410, 419, 424, 425, 447, 602, 609, 612, 617, 627, 633.
-, -, Thomas, 1st Earl of Cleveland, 30, 39; funeral expenses of, 161 (Capt. of the Band of Pensioners).
-, -, William, 2nd Earl of Strafford, 77, 415, 433, 506, 609.

Weorge, Richard, 558.

Werden. See Worden.

Werrington (Devon), 600.

West, Anthony (seaman), 116, 120, 204.
-, -, Edmund, 495.
-, -, Mr., 71.

West Deeping (co. Lincoln), manor of, 158.
-, -, Dereham, manor of, co. Norfolk, 73, 74, 186.
-, -, Hainault Walk. see Waltham Forest.
-, -, Harptree (somerset), 614.
-, -, Hennall Park, Waltham, Essex, 229.
-, -, Indies, 521.
-, -, -, ships from, 403, 406.

Westcomb, Richard (Hearth Farmer, London), 541.
-, -, Robert, Officer of the Alienation Office, 591.

Westerne, Thomas, 541.

WESTMINSTER, 22, 86, 111, 184.
-, -, armoury keeper. See Parker, J.
-, -, Assessment of Aids on, dispute with London as to, 6, 7, 22, 27, 29, 32, 45, 124, 139, 255.
-, -, churchwardens of, 395.
-, -, gamekeeper, 547.
-, -, Hall, 142.
-, -, -, officers of, 108.
-, -, Pest house, 187.
-, -, poor of, Royal bounty for. See St. Margaret's.
-, -, Taxes, Receiver of. See Middlesex (Receiver).
-, -, Treasury Chamber. See Treasury.
-, -, Wardrobe, keeper of. See Rogers, F.

Westmorland, County, 32, 142.
-, -, -, Aids, moneys. 275.
-, -, -, Excise, 139, 157; Farmers of, 38.
-, -, -, Hearth money, 136; Receivers and Collectors of, 28, 81. 173.
-, -, -, Receivers of Crown revenues, 171, 214, 527, 599.
-, -, -, Receivers of Taxes, Aids, &c., 101, 206, 310, 314, 467.
-, -, -, Sheriffs, 66.
-, -, -, Wine Act Commissioners, 360.

Weston, Frances, wife of Jerome, second Earl of Portland, 236, 300; pension of, 239, 243, 278, 285, 288, 316, 325, 400, 401, 416, 523, 567, 577, 603, 609.
-, -, Jerome, 2nd Earl of Portland, 523.
-, -, Richard (afterwards 1st Earl of Portland), Lord Treasurer, 109, 195.
-, -, Thomas, 4th Earl of Portland, creation money, 196.

Wethered (Withered), Francis, 192; Comptroller of Works, 362, 587, 617.

Weyman, Gerard, 114, 120, 203.

Weymouth (Dorset), 367, 590.

Whaddon, John (at the Temple), 551.
-, -, Mr. (a Commissioner for Aids, co. Cornwall), 106, 120, 138.

Whaley (Whalley, Whally), John, 540.
-, -, Pennyston (Peniston, Penystone), (Receiver of Firehearths for Kesteven, co. Lincoln), 29 32, 44, 173, 219, 222, 248, 277, 281, 332, 374, 383, 417, 511, 540, 592, 609, 644.

Whaplode, manor of (co. Lincoln), 342, 385, 627.

Wharton, Capt. George, of the Office of Ordnance in the Tower, 42, 161, 249, 255, 429, 432, 441, 446, 447, 615, 616, 629; for the Duke of Monmouth, 465.
-, -, Mr., 449, 501.

Wheeler, Col. Sir Charles, 355, 383, 591; Lieut.-Col. King's Regiment of Guards, 597.
-, -, John, hire of ships, 636.
-, -, Mr., brewer, 477.

Wheldon, Mr., 522.

Whichcott. See Witchcott.

Whinyard (Whynyeard), John, 235, 248; keeper of House of Peers, 555.

Whistler (Whistlow), Edward, stores, 569.
-, -, Henry (sending goods to stores), 186; stores, 569.
-, -, Ralph, stores for the Navy, 183, 569.
-, -, Mr., 89, 295.

Whitacre. See Whittaker.

White, John (Receiver of Taxes, co. Oxford), 4, 5, 7, 9, 13, 14, 15, 47, 150, 153, 154, 167, 217, 250, 343, 381, 384, 415, 431, 452, 458, 460, 486, 518.
-, -, -, (timber merchant), 105.
-, -, -, (Solicitor for Aids North Wales), 117, 230.
-, -, Mrs., 15, 28.
-, -, Thomas, 129, 137, 385, 597, 628, 630, 632, 637; loan, 639.

Whitehall, 210, 641.
-, -, building in, 639.
-, -, gallery in, repair of, 389, 390, Matted Gallery, 394, 433, 438, 600, 620, 621.
-, -, Horse Guards. See Horse.
-, -, Inner Court, 394.
-, -, Keeper of. see Kirke, G.
-, -, King's Chapel, organ for, 467, 636.
-, -, -, leads in, 161.
-, -, -, private Armoury at, 159.
-, -, -, lodgings, 352.
-, -, lodgings in, 499.
-, -, Privy Gallery, Keepers of. See Paulet, C.; Champion, R.
-, -, Queen's lodgings, 438, 440, 620, 621.
-, -, Snow House, 438.
-, -, State Papers, Library. Keeper of. See Williamson, Joseph.
-, -, Treasurer of the Household's lodgings, 467.
-, -, Treasury Chamber in. See Treasury.

Whitgrave, Thomas, pension, 110, 197.

Whitley, Col. Roger, 22; Solicitor of Aids for North Wales, 285, 286; petition 318, 329, 394, 449, 583; Receiver of Hearth money for Denbigh, Flint and Anglesey, 34, 41, 64, 88, 170, 271, 363, 573, 587, 624; Excise Farmer, North Wales. 73, 120, 124, 150, 152, 190, 218, 220, 383, 394; (Receiver of Wales Eleven Months' tax), 307, 329; lease, 372, 373, 537, 568; Serjeant to the King, 588.

Whitlock, Mr., 355

Whittaker (Whitacker, Whitacre, &c.), Charles, 330; Foreign Apposer, 236, 520, 643.
-, -, Mary, 274, 329, 566, 592.
-, -, Toby, King's Physician, 566, 592.

Whittington, Charles, 85, 86 (91 Searcher of Hull), 187, 188.
-, -, Luke, Searcher of Hull, 188.

Whittle, Sackville, 549; King's Chirurgeon, 612.

Whittlesea (Isle of Ely), co. Cambs, 37, 38, 70, 180.
-, -, Hearth money, 105.

Whittlewood Forest (co. Northampton), 37, 90, 93. 125, 134.
-, -, -, verderers of, 208.

Wiche. See Wyche.

Widcombe (Somerset), 614.

Widdrington (Widrington), Capt., 70.
-, -, William, 2nd Baron Widdrington, of Blankney, 5, 25, 30, 163; [Governor of] Berwick garrison, for payments to, as such see Berwick gurrison, 170.

Widowes (Widdows), John (Collector of Royal Aids, Gloucester), 307, 331.

Wigge, Richard, stores, 569.

Wight. Isle of, 135, 204, 329, 403, 466, 480, 501, 618, 629.
-, -, Aids, &c., Collectors of, 263.
-, -, Excise, 358.
-, -, Firehearths, Receivers of, 27, 175.

Wilbraham bushes (co. Cambridge), 546.

Wild, Mr., 264.
-, -, Thomas (Commissioner of Royal Aids, Worcester), 7, 8.
-, -, Sir William, 128, (as King's Counsel, 234); Serjeant-at-Law, 289, 520, 532, 548, 644; Justice of the Common Pleas, 315, 565, 644.

Wilds, John, stores, 569.

Wilkinson, Edward, 102 (King's barber, 220), 329, 411.
-, -, John, 454; comptroller of the Hanaper, 579.
-, -, -, one of the six clerks of the Chancery, 626; (riding clerk at the Six Clerks' Office), 237, 240; (the Cursitor), 336.
-, -, Mr., 237.
-, -, William, 197; hire of ships, 569.

Williams, John, 332, 636.
-, -, Mary, 77, 184.
-, -, Peere. Clerk of Foreign estreats, 248, 559, 638, 644.
-, -, Dame Rebecca, 30, 172 (house for Ambassadors) 194, 519, 541, 588, 628.
-, -, Reynold (agent for Bevis lloyd), 175.
-, -, Sir Trevor, M.P., 308, 309.
-, -, William, Sub-Commissioner of Excise for South Wales, 621, 628.

Williamson (Williams), Edmond, Serjeant-at-Arms, 548, 639.
-, -, George, Receiver of Firehearths, co. Cumberland, 28, 31, 34, 35, 38, 47, 172, 358, 398.
-, -, Henry, stores, 569.
-, -, Joseph, Secretary to Lord Arlington, 86, 97, 108, 123, 141, 146, 162, 187, 250, 251, 265, 272, 288, 290, 294, 303, 311, 351, 379, 390, 417, 432, 630; Keeper of State Paper records at Whitehall, 492, 544, 599, 636; loan, 619, 625; Gazette, 9, 249, 339, 349, 352, 364, 372, 374, 384, 695, 409, 426, 445, 511, 523, 533, 538.
-, -, Sir Thomas, 90, 230.

Willoughby (Willughby, Willowby), Alderman, 41, 47.
-, -, Francis, 5th Lord Willoughby of Parham (d. 1666), 251, 254, 499, 512.
-, -, John (Farmer of the Northamptonshire Excise), 96, 98, 152, 190, 345.
-, -, Mr. (for Lord Willoughby), 488, 499, 508.
-, -, Thomas (Farmer of Excise, co. Lincoln), 332, 387, 454.
-, -, William, 6th Lord Willoughby of Parham. Governor of the Caribbee Islands (166673), 112. 236, 242, 258, 299, 3312, 345, 447, 473, 488, 496, 499, 503, 508, 526, 529, 579.

Wills (Willes), Mr., maritime regiments, 42.
-, -, Thomas, Collector of Aids for the Hundred of Lesnewth, co. Cornwall, 33, 153, 163.

Wilmot, John, 2nd Earl of Rochester, pension, 116, 121, 320; Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 566, 585.

Wilson, Dr. John, of the King's music, 109, 205, 472.
-, -, Mr. (discoverer of false coiners), 314.
-, -, William and Anthony, discoverers of false coiners, 303, 564, 565.

Wilts, County, 32, 49, 96, 189, 204, 213, 413, 571.
-, -, -, Excise defalcations, 120; Farm or Farmers, 28, 85, 106, 123, 157, 240.
-, -, -, Hearth money Receivers, 27, 42, 147, 173, 212, 219, 275, 305, 306, 307, 340, 516, 577.
-, -, -, Receivers of Crown revenues, 172, 184, 315, 379, 597.
-, -, -, Receivers of Taxes, Aids, etc., 22, 60, 68, 126, 206, 247, 422, 442, 523, 585, 588, 627, 635.
-, -, -, Sheriffs, 307.

Winchester, 296.
-, -, Bishop of, See Morley, George.
-, -, diocese (tenths of), 51, 176?, 616.
-, -, George, bishop of, loan, 623.
-, -, Marquess of. See Paulet, John.

Winchilsea, Earl of. See Finch, H.

Windebank (Windebanke), Mr.,104.
-, -, Mrs., 340; Frances, 578, 610.

Winder, John, Wine Act Commissioner, 581.

Windham (Wyndham), Anne, pension, 143, 210,253, 329, 535.
-, -, Edmund, 34.
-, -, Sir Edmund. 119,255, 262; knight marshal, 390, 454, 472, 505, 531, 588. 626.
-, -, Elizabeth, 633.
-, -, Col. Francis, 21, 141, 210, 535.
-, -, Mrs. Francis, 269.
-, -, Sir Hugh, 278, 281, 282, 510, 513. 540.
-, -, Mr., assisting King's escape from Worcester, 487.
-, -, Thomas, first Equerry to the King. 325; pension of 200l. per an. in lieu of his place as Page, 104, 112, 314, 408, 409, 532, 639; tally, 78, 108, 260, 530, 532.

Window, Mr. (attorney, K.B.), 312.

Windsor, Lord, Thomas Windsor, 7th Lord Windsor (afterwards Earl of Plymouth), 130, 132, 151; secret service, 159, 639.

WINDSOR, 23 26, 34. 76, 181, 235, 374.
-, -, CASTLE and Honor or House, constable of, 480; see Mordaunt, Viscount.
-, -, -, garrison, payments for, 13, 19, 74, 166 (Governor of see Mordaunt, J.); 171, 182, 183, 196, 227, 479, 499, 587, 616, 640.
-, -, -, lodgings in, liable to Hearth money, 240, 283, 428, 614.
-, -, plumbery, 615.
-, -, purveyors to, 345.
-, -, -, Receiver for Revenues of Honour of, &c., 23, 52, 143, 217, 241, 246, 297, 408, 489, 503, 511, 512, 594.
-, -, -, rent roll, 246.
-, -, -, repairs, 183, 381, 419, 597, 613, 614, 615.
-, -, -, question of, 235, 246, 282, 413, 414, 429, 438.
-, -, -, wardrobe keeper. See Davis, J.
-, -, -, works at, Comptroller of see Baron, Capt. H.; question of management of see supra.
-, -, -, master mason, 546.
-, -, -, surveyor of. See Taylor, W.
-, -, DEAN AND CANONS or Prebendaries, 283, 288, 4278.
-, -, FOREST, 489, 500.
-, -, -, bounds of and right to part of, contested, 440, 446.
-, -, -, woodward of, 619.
-, -, Poor Knights of the Garter, 293, 313, 314, 377, 478.
-, -, Herald. See Ashmole, E.

WINE ACT, or new imposition on (1920 Car. II. c. 6, for raising 310,000l.),317, 318, 320, 325, 327, 331, 382, 388, 430, 566, 567.
-, -, -, abuses in, 404
-, -, -, Commissioners for, Grand Office of, 324, 335, 339; see names on p. 581.
-, -, -, for London, 343, 347, 348, 360, 361.
-, -, -, -, -, for the counties and places separately, 324, 326, 343, 351, 352, 353, 359, 360, 397, 450, 582, 584, 602, 616, 624.
-, -, -, -, accounts, 512.
-, -, -, farm or collection of, by the Vintners' Company, 3212, 323, 324, 325, 326, 327, 333, 335, 336, 339, 347, 348, 350, 353, 354, 356, 357, 368, 373, 377, 577, 580, 581, 582.
-, -, -, -, terms of, 5723.
-, -, -, -, allowance of 13,000l. per an. to the Vintners' Company for charges of collecting, 436, 441, 444, 573.
-, -, -, -, payments or advances by, assignments, warrants and orders on the Vintners' Company or John Wadlow as their representative as Farmers or Collectors thereof, 318, 347, 354, 355, 356, 360, 371, 372, 377, 378, 382, 392, 401, 404, 406, 416, 425, 427, 433, 449, 450, 4512, 455, 457, 459, 460, 462, 468, 476, 489, 492, 495, 497, 498, 500, 506, 512, 567, 568, 579, 580, 583, 584, 594, 600, 603, 605, 611, 616, 622, 525, 627, 635, 636, 637, 638, 641, 643.
-, -, -, -, repayments of loan including interest, 430, 615, 644.
-, -, Licences, 317, 330.
-, -, -, office, 626.
-, -, -, Duke of York's. See York.
-, -, -, Ireland, 459, 494.
-, -, money, issues of, 450.
-, -, office, 314.
-, -, officers sitting in the Custom House and Excise office, 390, 393.
-, -, taverns, 318, 322, 324, 326, 330.

Wines, allowances of, and see Customs; (Impost bills), to Ambassadors, 213, 223, 255, 256, 302, 322, 393, 446, 619, 628, 630; stop of, 457, 492, 495, 496, 501, 517, 522, 567, 589.
-, -, -, to Officers of State, &c., 201, 207, 209, 265, 388, 393, 518, 521.
-, -, -, to colleges, &c., 259, 370.
-, -, See:
-, Barcelona.
-, Canary.
-, French.
-, Gascony.
-, Low Wines.
-, Spanish.

Wingate, Capt. Edward, loan, 540, 625; Excise Commissioner, 579, 627.
-, -, George, 359.

Wingfield (Winfield), Sir Edward, 326, 328, 431, 460.
-, -, John, 102, 146; Herald-at-Arms, 551, 612.
-, -, Mary, 384, 454.

Winive, Sir George, 74.

Winnington. See Wynnington.

Winter (Wintour, Wyntour), Sir John, Farmer of Iron Works, &c., Dean Forest, 5, 7, 8, 12, 15, 19, 21, 23, 26, 29, 32, 34, 35, 40, 41, 43, 45, 50, 54, 56, 57, 58, 78, 93, 102, 107, 121, 131, 139, 145, 149, 168, 177, 188, 260, 267, 269, 270, 275, 276, 284, 320, 321, 325, 349, 533, 535.

Winyard. See Whinyard.

Wise, Sir Edward, 553.
-, -, Col. Mathew, 612, 617.

Wisbech (co. Cambridge), 220, 259, 260, 343, 517.

Wiseman. Richard, King's chirurgeon, 549, 639.
-, -, Sir Robert, 70, 72 (Doctor of Laws, King's Advocate General, 181), 548.

Witchcott (Whichcott), Sir Jeremy, 220 (Warden of the Fleet) 222, 402, 406, 454, 604.

Witchells, John, falconer, 554, 606.

Wither (Witter), Lieut.-Col. Joseph, 349, 581 fee farm rents, Cheshire.

Witherden, Thomas, Groom of Chamber to Queen, 566.

Withered. See Wethered.

Withers (Wythers), Eleanor, 119; pension, 206, 369, 589.

Wivell. See Wyvell.

Woder, John (Farmer of Hearths, London), 541.

Wogan, Edmond, 200, 205.

Wollaston (Woollaston), manor of, South Wales, ?co. Northampton, 185, 210, 212, 561.

Wolstenholm (Wolstenholme, Worstenholme), Sir John, Customs Farmer, 20, 48, 78, 82, 89, 116, 117, 189, 191, 246, 393, 397, 400, 414, 418, 455, 524, 618.

Wood (Woods), Edward, 344.
-, -, Henry, gamekeeper about Westminster Palace, 547.
-, -, -, (loan). 541.
-, -, Sir Henry, 90, 97, 237, 255, 257; Treasurer to the Queen Mother, 163, 164, 193, 251, 254, 261, 265, 294, 320, 335, 361, 470, 484, 544, 590, 617, 643.
-, -, John, loan, 560; Excise clerk, 589.
-, -, -, Auditor of Imprests, 3, 59, 60, 67, 69, 70, 79, 123, 191, 238, 351, 357, 360, 374, 397, 409, 436, 519, 641.
-, -, Major (riding wages), 428.
-, -, Mr., 358, 370.
-, -, -, merchant, Robert or William, 100, 122, 358, 471.
-, -, -, (undersheriff of Oxford), 346.
-, -, Robert, hire of shzips, 569.
-, -, Samuel, falconer, 554, 608.
-, -, William, 89, 622; hire of ships, 630.

Wood, unwrought, duties on, farm of see Sir Rob. Paston, 34, 56, 61, 72, 81, 82, 84, 86, 88, 89, 92, 94, 95, 97, 104, 106, 109, 130, 188, 195, 196, 198, 221, 224, 225, 226, 229, 250, 253, 254, 287, 293, 328, 397, 399, 400, 410, 418, 443, 446, 452, 466, 515, 527, 552, 599, 613, 622, 628, 640, 642.
-, -, description of, 515.
-, -, co. Devon, 165.

Woodall, John, 559.
-, -, Thomas, Chirurgeon to the King, 559, 592.

Woodbridge (division of Suffolk), 296, 606.

Woodcock, Peter, Receiver of Aids, etc., Rutland, 206, 486, 634.

Woodford, Edw., 467.

Woodhouse. Thomas, Collector of Aids for town of Kingsland, co. Hereford, 185.

Woodroffe, Edmond, 561; clerk to Sir G. Downing, 607, 611; loan, 625.
-, -, William, 189.

Woods. See Wood; Forests.
-, -, Surveyors of, 8, 19, See Madden, John; Agar, Thomas, 588.
-, -, -, Trent North. See Corbin, T.
-, -, -, -, South. See Agar, T.
-, -, rules for felling timber in, 39.

Woodstock Park (co. Oxford), 498, 538, 553.

Woodward, Edward, Head Collector for Aids, co. Kent, 49, 60, 62, 486, 505.

Woodyard. See Royal Household.

Wool combers (arrested for illicit export), 71.
-, -, export, 244.

Woolters, Henry, hire of ships, 636.

Woolye, Mr., 509, 513, 639.

Woolsley (Woosley), Edmund, Receiver Crown Revenues, Beds and Bucks, 171, 295, 360, 366, 586, see Worseley.

Woolwich (Kent), 162.

Wootton, co. Beds, 205.

Wootton Bassett, Wilts, 89.

Worcester, City, 180, 421, 448, 453, 458, 461, 469, 471, 472, 474, 477, 479, 575, 578, 611.
-, -, battle, King's escape from, pensions for aiding, 190, 262, 344, 359, 386, 487, 531, 535, 552, 561, 589, 611, 628.
-, -, bishopric, tenths collectors, etc., 192, 203.
-, -, County, 16, 74, 103, 531, 643.
-, -, -, grant of toll, 365.
-, -, -, Excise, 457; Collectors, etc. of, 89.
-, -, -, Hearth money, 140; Receivers of, 28, 106, 379, 529, 543, 614.
-, -, -, Receivers of Crown lands, 171, 183, 190, 415.
-, -, -, Taxes, 7, 8, 16, 17 (including Receivers, Collectors and Solicitors of assessments, arrears, accounts, arrests, &c., for Aids and Poll), 14, 17, 56, 206, 334, 336, 374, 575, 576, 594.
-, -, -, tobacco planting, 592.

Worcester, Marquess of. See Somerset, H.

Worden (Werden), John, employed at Madrid, 470, 485, 596, 632.

Workhouse at Clerkenwell, 47.

Works, Board, 463.
-, -, accounts of, 167, 491, 498, 517.
-, -, annual provision for, 131.
-, -, arrears of wages due to, 2378.
-, -, books for, 131.
-, -, Clerk of, 238.
-, -, Comptroller of, 238; see May, H.; Wethered, Fr.
-, -, establishment, 237, 565; retrenchment, 572.
-, -, making bricks for. See New Park.
-, -, Master bricklayer, 546.
-, -, -, carpenter, 276.
-, -, -, carver, 546.
-, -, -, glazier, 546.
-, -, -, joiner, 546.
-, -, -, -, of Privy lodgings, 546.
-, -, -, mason, 546.
-, -, -, plaisterer, 546.
-, -, office, 2, 186, 239, 417, 438.
-, -, -, debts, 327.
-, -, officers, 10, 44, 50, 76 ? 87, 95, 114, 128, 136, 143, 182, 201, 227, 272, 282, 289, 348, 393, 412, 476, 491, 642.
-, -, orders as to extent of survey, &c., of, 50, 344, 373, 481.
-, -, Paymaster of. See May, Hugh; Packer, Mr.; payments and assignments and loans to, for the Works and for the Office of Works, 32, 91, 110, 117, 164, 175, 183, 199, 251, 371, 381, 402, 419, 424, 433, 443, 445, 448, 455, 458, 462463, 475, 486, 491, 502, 512, 527, 534, 582, 598, 600, 613, 614, 617, 619, 620, 621, 624, 626, 627, 629, 630, 634, 639, 640, 641.
-, -, -, assignments by, 261.
-, -, -, King's servants, payable by, 269.
-, -, question of managing repairs at Windsor. See Windsor.
-, -, regulation of, 2378.
-, -, Surveyor of. See Denham, Sir J.

Wormell, Doughty, 395.

Wormington, Mr., Deputy Auditor of Ireland, 529.

Worseley (Worsley), Thomas (Receiver of Firehearth, Hants, Isle of Wight), 27, 54, 175.
-, -, Dame Bridgett, 162.

Wosely. See Woolsley.

Wotton, Lord. See Kirkhoven, C. H.

Wray, Sir Christopher, 161, 553.

Wren (Wrenne), Dr. [Christopher], 116.
-, -, Matthew, secretary to the Duke of York, or secretary to the Admiralty, 82, 103, 133, 188, 413, 418, 608.

Wright, Hugh, falconer, 554, 606.
-, -, John [Benjamin] sheriff of Essex, 72.
-, -, John, Receiver of Hearthmoney for part of Lincoln, 540.

Wriothesley, Frances, widow of Wriothesley, Thomas, 5th Earl of Southampton, 101, 365.
-, -, Thomas, 5th Earl of Southampton. Lord High Treasurer, 1, 46, 66, 68, 69, 80, 81, 86, 87, 133, 140, 158, 163, 167, 227, 232, 233, 249, 277, 280, 283, 285, 298, 303, 327, 363, 370, 417, 441, 487, 525, 530.

Writ of rebellion, 281, 524.
-, -, ad quod damnum, 361.
-, -, scire facias, 361.

Writs of appraisement, frauds in, 278, 336, 348, 353, 361.
-, -, delivery, 336.

Writtle, Thomas, Captain of Upnor Castle, for payments to, as such, see Upnor Castle, 548.

Wroe. See Rowe.

Wyat, Ralph, 365.

Wyche (Wich, Witche), Sir Cyrill (Cyril), 35, 64, 65, 70, 72, 82, 83, 170, 179, 180, 338.
-, -, Sir Peter, 562, 609.

Wychwood Forest (Oxford), bailiwicks or walks in 566.

Wyld. See Wild.

Wynn (Wynne), Maurice, Receiver of Crown Revenues, North Wales, 171 (Chester, 172, 289.

Wynnington (Winnington), Mr. (Counsel), 229, 235.

Wynyard (Wyntyard, Wynard), John, 102 (Queen's Gentleman Usher), 617; (loan), 193, 561.

Wyvell (Wivell), Robert, Deputy Receiver of Richmondshire, 92, 143; Receiver of Crown revenues for Richmond, Durham, and Northumberland, 172; Collector of Queen's revenues, 90, 92.
-, -, William, Sub-collector of Tenths, Diocese of York, 192, 520; of Yorks, 79, 111, 133, 154, 225, 383; Collector of Aids for York City, 228, 231.