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1916

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'Index: W', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Vatican Archives, Volume 1: 1558-1571 (1916), pp. 525-526. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=92581 Date accessed: 23 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Waldgrave, Edward, 68.

Waldgrave, Lady, 68, 104.

Wales, stronghold of Catholicism, 68, 389, 414.

-, disturbance in, 318.

-, earthquake in, 392, 406.

Walsh, Wm., Bishop of Meath, 483.

Warsaw, letter from, 116.

Warwick, Earl of, See Dudley, Ambrose.

Waterford, 374, 388.

Watson, Thomas, Bishop of Lincoln, 23, 63.

Weavers, schismatical, 68.

Wells, Canons of. See Burford; Capell; Cratford.

Wentworth (Ventuuard), Lord, Protestant, 266.

-, -, opposes Ridolfi plot, 400, 412.

Westminster, Abbot of. See Feckenham.

Westmorland, a stronghold of Catholicism, 68.

-, Earl of, a Catholic, 266.

-, -, in arms, 316, 331, 356.

-, -, concerned in the Ridolfi plot, 400, 411.

-, -, in exile, 409, 413.

-, -, letter to, 326.

Wexford, 379, 388.

Wharton, Lord, a Catholic, 266.

-, -, concerned in the Ridolfi plot, 400, 412.

-, Lady, 68.

-, Sir Thomas, 68.

White, Thomas, Master of Requests, 68.

-, John, Bishop of Winchester, 61, 62.

Whithorn-Galloway, see of, 33.

-, -, prior of, 226.

Wight, Isle of, Captain of, 298.

Willoughby (Guglie), Lord, a Catholic, 265.

-, -, in relation to the Ridolfi plot, 347, 400, 412.

Wils, William, 152.

Wilson, Vuilson, Stephen, envoy of Mary Queen of Scots to the Pope, 214, 217, 220–25, 227, 232, 235.

-, Papal agent arrested in England, 274.

Wilton, Lord Grey de, 2, 266.

-, -, in relation to the Ridolfi plot, 400, 412.

Wiltshire (Vilter), Earl of, a Catholic, concerned in the Ridolfi plot, 347.

Winchester School, 67, 69.

Winchester, Canons of. See Harding; Hide; Hill; Seton.

-, Bishop of, 61, 62.

-, Dean of. See Stuard.

Winchester, Marquis of, 173.

-, -, a Catholic, 265.

-, -, concerned in the Ridolfi plot, 400, 411.

Windsor (Vindesor, Rindesoun), Lord, a Catholic, 266.

-, -, concerned in the Ridolfi plot, 347, 400, 412.

Windsor, Dean of. See Boxall.

Wittenberg, 40.

Wloklawek (Vladislavia), Bishop of, 335.

Wolf, David, S.J., nuncio in Ireland, 25, 37.

-, -, in prison in Dublin, 269–73.

-, -, Philip II besought to intercede for, 278–82.

-, -, escapes to Spain, 483, footnote.

-, -, letters from, 48, 50.

-, -, commissions to, 25, 76, 146–47, 166.

-, -, his Account of Ireland, 481.

Wolfgang, Count Palatine and Duke of Zweibrücken. See Zweibrücken.

Wolsey, Cardinal, his advocacy of Queen Katherine's divorce, mentioned, 117.

Wood, Thomas, chaplain to Queen Mary I, 65.

Worcester, Bishop of. See Pate.

-, Dean of. See Holland, Seth.

-, Earl of, concerned in the Ridolfi plot, 400, 411.

Worms, 270.

Wright, President of Balliol College, Oxford, 66.

Württemberg, Duke of, favours an Anglo-German Protestant alliance, 44, 84, 99.

Wuxt. See Vaux.



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