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Syler, Col., at Inverkeithing

fight, ii. 72.
Symonds, Mr., engraver, iii.

40-44.,
Synott, Col. See Sinnott.

60; in Scots Army, 306, 307,
318; - iii. 3; - at Glasgow,
ii. 374; -Remonstrance by,
iii. 6, 7, 12; Cromwell's Let-
ter to, 8; joins Cromwell, 17;

is excommunicated, 60. :
Strafford. Earl. subscribes

20,0001. to the King, i. 103;
in the Tower, 107; trial,
execution, and character,

114-116.
Strickland, Walter, of Council

of State, iii. 197 n., 211; --

iv. 1.
Strode, William, imprisoned,

i. 65.
Subscription, Irish act of, ii.

247 n.
Suffolk, Earl, sent to Charles I.,

i. 254.
Suffolk, Cromwell's letters to

Deputy Lieutenants of, i.

131,210. .
Suir river, castles on, ii. 261.
Summons, Parliamentary, iii.

139.
Sun, eclipse of, in 1652, iii. 118.
Surrey petition and riot, ii. 8.
Sutton's Hospital. See Charter

House.
Sweden', Whitlockê concludes

treaty with, iïi. 200. ..
Swedish Ambassador, au-

dience of, iii. 336, 337; takes

leave, 387. ::
Swinton, Laird, joins Crom-

well, iii. 18; in Little Par-
liament, 142; in Cromwell's

First Parliament, 210:
Sydenham, Col., in Council of

State, iii. 197 n., 320.

Taaff, Father, killed, ii. 171.
Taaff, Lucas, Governor of Ross,

Cromwell's letters to, ii. 192,

194, 195, 196.
Taaff, Lord, his intrigues, iii.

413 and n.
Tate, Zouch, M. P., introduces

Self-denying Ordinance, i.

199.
Teme river, near Worcester,
:lii. 88.
Tempest, Sir JRichard, Roy-
malist, in Lancashire, ii. 9. 1
Theauro , John, a kind of

Quaker, iii. 270, 271.
Thomond, Earl. See O'Bryen.
Thompson, Capt., Leveller, i.
• 137; shot, 140. "
Thompson, Cornet, Leveller,

ji. 138; shot 138.
Thornhaugh, Major, slain at

Preston, ii. 24, 32.
Thurloe, Secretary to Crom-
welk; iii. 195; Cromwell's let-

ter tó, 333; and Cromwell on
: Kingship, iv. 53:
Tillinghurst, Rev. Mr., and

Cromwell, iii. 328. 330.
Tipperary county fined. ii. 257.
Titchborne, Alderman, of Cus-

toms Committee, iii. 181.
Titus, Capt., 501. voted to, i.
: 295; with Charles I., 317;
- Killing no Murder, iv. 15. n.
Tonnage and Poundage dis-

puted, i. 62.

Toope, and Sindercomb, iv.8, Uttoxeter, capture of Scots at,
9. in

ii. 27.
Trade, Committee of, iii. 361.
Treasury, Commissioners of,

iii. 320; state of the, in 1656, Van Druske, Gen., taken ,] ii.
429.

33.
Treaty, Ripon, i. 104; at Ox. Vane, Sir Henry, jun., of Com-

ford, 136, 147; Uxbridge, mittee of Both Kingdoms, i.
185; with the King, 252, 260, 203; – of Council of State,
273, 269; – ii. 69.

ii. 107; – character of, iii.
Treaties, Cromwell's,-iii. 199, 103; a juggler, 136; a re-
335, 346.

jected M.P. candidate, 383.
Tredah, garrison of, ii. 162; Vane, Sir Henry, sen., in Crom-

stormed, 164, 166, 173; list well's First Parliament, iii.
of officers slain at, 176.

210.
Trevor, Col., and Venables, ii. Varney, Sir Ralph, his Notes,
207 n.; - iii. 358.

i. 106.
Triers of preachers, iii. 197, Varney, Sir Edmund, in Tre-
323, 442.

dah, ii. 165, 166.
Troopers, three, present Army- Venables, Col., at Derry, ii.
letter, i, 272, 273.

174, 205, 208; - made Ge-
Tulchan Bishops, account of, neral, sails with fleet, iii. 273;

· sent to the Tower, 337, 344-
Tunis, Dey of, brought to rea 346.

son, iii. 323, 324. . Venner, Cooper, rising by, iv.
Turner, Sir James, narrative · 38, 39.
by, ii. 16; wounded by his Vere family, Fairfax's wife of

own men, 25, 27; prisoner the, ii. 296.
• 40. .. .

Vermuyden, Col., notice of, i.
Turner, Rev. Mr., Cromwell's 209.
opinion of, iii. 207.

Vicars's relation of Winceby
Tweedale, Earl of, on Commit- fight, i. 175.
- tee of Kingship, iv. 29... Villemain, M., criticised, i. 219.
Twistleton, Col., at Dunbar, ii. Virginia and Maryland, dif-
- 340. .

ferences between, iïi. 274.

Voluntary principle, i. 263.
Ulster, pikes, ii. 218, 219. Vowel's plot, iii. 205, 208.
Underwood, Captain, Crom- Vyner, "Sir Thomas, Lord

well's letter to, iv. 332. : Mayor of London, Crom.
Uniformity in religion, i. 105, well's letter to, iii. 206. "

263. ? .' id
Urrey, Col. See Hurry.''

141.

148.

Wagstaff, Sir Joseph, in arms, in 1643, 136,- Second Civil,

iii. 316, 405. See Penrud. ii. 1. See Dutch, Spain,
dock.

Welsh.
Wakefield, Lord Fairfax at, i. Warrington, Scots surrender

at, ii. 26, 34.
Wales, Prince of, Fleet revolts

Warriston.

w
to, ii. 15; at Yarmouth, 15.'

See Johnston,
Wales, tumults in, ii. 1.

Archibald.
Walker, Clement, M.P., de-

Warwick, Sir Philip, his opi.
scribed, i. 308; purged by

nion of Cromwell,* i. 96, 108.
Pride, ii. 100.

Warwick, Earl, notice of, iii.
Wallace, Mr., his house in 376;. — at Installation, iv.
Edinburgh, iii. 27.

138; one of Cromwell's
Waller, Sir Hardress, at Bristol Lords, 153; letter to Crom-

siege, i. 227; wounded at well, 215.
Basing, 236.,

Waterford, besieged , ii. 213;
Waller, Poet, his plot, i. 156. - Cromwell's correspond-
Waller, Sir William, in high ence at, App. C. iv. 349-352.

repute, i. 147; beaten at Waterhouse, John, recom-
Lansdown heath, 161; his mended by Cromwell, iii. 48.
army deserts, 194; is Pres. Watt, Mosstrooper, iii. 11.'
byterian, 271; deputed to Waugh, Rev. John, at Dunbar
Army, 272; purged by Pride, battle, ii. 333; – description
100.

of, iii. 37, 38.
Wallop, Robert, M.P., notice Weimar, Bernhard of, in

of, ii. 178 n.; - in Crom- Thirty-Years War, i. 70.
well's First Parliament, iii. Welden, Col., at Bristol siege,
210.

. i. 225.
Walpole, Horace, collector of Wells, Rev. Mr., notice of, i.
letters, ii. 108.

89.90..:
Walton, Col., Cromwell's let- Welsh War, ii. 1, and App.

ters to, i. 187, 192; account C. iv. 339; - ended, ii. 15.
of, 189, 190; - at trial of Wentworth, Sir John, fined
King, ii. 102.

10001., i. 135.
Walton, Dr., Cromwell's letter Wentworth, Sir Peter, in the

to, App. C. iv. 372. , Rump, iii. 135.
Walwyn, William, Leveller, ii. West, Col., at Inverkeithing
· 126.

fight, iii. 12.
War, the Thirty Years, i. 70; Westminster Hall, riots in, i.

with Scots, 102; the Bishops', 118; i. 8. i
103; Civil, commenced, 111; Weston, Henry, Cromwell's
exciting cause of, 113, 114; letter to, ji. 183. .

Westrow, Tom, notice of, iii. 111-115; Cromwell consults
85, 86.

with, 127; goes to Sweden,
Wexford, besieged, ii. 178; 200 (and App. C. iv. 375); in

propositions for surrender Cromwell's First Parliament,
öf, 185; stormed, 188.

210; his quarrel with Crom-
Whalley, Capt., at Cambridge, well, 319, 320; in Cromwell's

i. 130; Major, commended, Second Parliament, 440; -
153, 154; meets the King, on Committee of Kingship,
275; guards the King, 296; iv. 29, 38; and Cromwell on
- at trial of King, ii. Kingship, 53; at Installa-
102; Commissary-General tion, 138; one of Cromwell's
in Scots War, 299; skir Lords, 153; Cromwell's let-
mishes with the Scots, 304, ter to, App. C. iv. 375.
306; wounded at Dunbar, Widdrington, Sir Thomas, at
342; his letter to Governor Conference at Speaker's, iii.
Dundas, 356; - in Fife, iii. 112-115; Keeper of Great
79; at Conference at Speak Seal, 320;- elected Speaker,
er's, 112-115; removes the iv. 10; at Installation, 138.
Mace, 238; Major-General, Wigan Moor, Scots Army at,
341 n.; on Committee of ii. 24.
Kingship, iv. 29; in favour Wight, Charles I. at Isle of, i.
of Kingship, 133; one of 299, 302.

Cromwell's Lords, 153... Wilde, Chief Baron, notice of,
Wharton, Lord, a Puritan, i. App. C. iv. 381; Cromwell's

203, 302; — his character, ii. :-letter to, 381.
44, 222; Cromwell's letters Wildman, Major, in Crom-
to, 46, 223, 353; – üi. 86; well's First Parliament, iii.
. App. C. iv. 371.

210; opposed to Cromwell,
Wharton, Duke, character of, 269; seized plotting, is put
ii. 48.

in Chepstow Castle, 314.
Wharton, Manor House, ii. 45. Williams, Archbishop of York,
Whiggamore raid, ii. 41, 51. . i. 118; notice of, 287; in
Whitaker, Historian, mistake Wales, 287; Cromwell's let-
by, i. 35 n.

ter to, 289.
White, Major, at Dunbar, ii. Williams, Sir Trevor, to be

taken, ii. 5, 6.
Whitehall, Cromwell removes Willingham, Mr., Cromwell's
to, iii. 199.

letter to, i. 105."
Whitlocke,Bulstrode, of Coun- Willis, Sir Richard, notice of,

iii. 208; — spy, iv. 181.
well's present to, iii. 96; at Willoughby of Parham, Lord,
Conference at Speaker's, at Gainsborough, i. 151; let-

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ter to Cromwell, 158; com- given to Cromwell, i. 307; plained of, 180.

author of Century of InvenWilmot, Earl Rochester, es- : tions, 308; - iii. 58.

capes, iii. 317; notice of, Worcester, Charles II. at, iii. 405.

85, - see Battle; state of, Winceby. See Battle.

after battle, 95; — App. C. Winchester, Cromwell's sum. iv. 364. i mons to, App. C. 335; – Worseley, Col., a Major-Getaken, i. 233-235.

neral; iii. 341 n. Winchester, Marquis of, taken Wray, Sir John, notice of, . at Basing, i. 236, 241.

App. C. iv. 323; Cromwell's Windebank, Secretary, flies, i. letter to, 324.

Wyatt, Sir Dudley, notice of, Windebank, Col., shot, i. 206. i. 300. Windsor, Parliament Army at,

i. 136. Windsor Castle, Army-council

Year’s Day, New, difference of

style, i. 35 n. at, i. 320.

York, Duke of, escapes, i. 262; Winram, Laird, and Charles

- at Dunkirk, iv. 149. II., ii. 191, 221. Winstanley, Leveller, ii. 133. .

York, City relieved by Prince Winwood, M.P. for Windsor,

Rupert, i. 186; captured by

Parliament Army, 190. iii. 96.

York House, meeting at, iv. Wither, Poet, notice of, iii. 85.

191. Wogan, Col., his maraudings,

Yorke, Hon. Mr., papers burnii. 219, 220; - App. C. iv.

ed, i. 302. 354. Wolseley, Sir Charles, in Coun

Yorkshire, the Civil War in, i.

136. cil of State, iii. 197 n.; on Committee of Kingship, iv.

50, 53. See Worseley. .. Zanchy, Col., relieves Passage, Worcester, Marquis, his lands. ii. 219; wounded, 261.

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