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Laud, Archbishop, 28.

Lawrence, Henry, his letter to the

Justices of Sussex, 286.
his instructions concerning Quakers,

Lawcock, Thomas, 291.

Lawson, Thomas, 291.

Lechford, Sir Richard, 51.

Leeds, Thomas, M.P. for Steyning,
expelled from the House of Com-
mons, 43.

Captain of the horse for Arundel
Rape, 45.

Legge, William, 187, 190.

Leighton, Captain, 74.

Livesay, Sir Michael, joins Waller be-
fore Chichester, 52.

at Arundel, 87.
takes Horsham, 222.
Lewes, shipment of iron from, 9.
Herbert Morley elected member for,

1 6.

Protestant martyrs at, 22.
proceedings in Archdeaconry Court

at, 26.
Sir Nathaniel Brent holds a visitation

at, 29.

Anthony Stapley's influence at, 31.
order for providing for safety of town

of, 40.

ordnance sent to, 41.
Sir Edward Ford marches to attack,

letter to the Speaker from Colonel

Morley at, 64.
the Committee at, inform Parliament

of the Royalist invasion, 73.
a present sent to Waller from, 94.
local Committee of Plundered Minis-
ters at, 138.
John Aylwine, collector for the

Parliament at, 156.
Sir Thos. Pelham writes to the House

from, concerning the rising at

Horsham, 198.
Captain Shephard retires to, from

Horsham, 200.
letter from, concerning the Dutch

depredations, 274.
Mr. Everden, ironmaster, of, 275.
Major-General Goffe at, 284.
John and Anthony Stapley the

younger at, 285.
one Rose of, suspected a papist,


Quakers at, 287.
activity of Anthony Stapley in the

Royalist plot at, 297.
" perverseness " of, in 1663, 316.
Richard Cromwell and Edmund Lud-

low escape from, 321.
a fracas at, 326.
Lewknor, Christopher, member for

Chichester, 16.
Recorder of Chichester, 39.



Lewknor, Christopher continued.
arranges terms of surrender at Ports-
mouth, 40.

expelled from the House of Com-
mons, 43.

made prisoner by Waller, 56.
Lewknor, Frey, 129.
Lewknor, John, the hard case of; his

estate sequestered, 128.
livings augmented by, 294.
Lewknor, Mary, fined, 129.
Lewknor, Thomas, of Amberley, fined,


Lewknor, Mr. , and Coke's plot, 228.
Lieutenancy of the Tower, Lunsford

appointed to the, 19.
Morley appointed to the, 312.
Lindsay, Captain, 52.
Livings, augmentation of, 294.
Lorraine, the Duke of, 182, 184.
Ludlow, Edmund, escapes from Lewes,


Lumley, John, 131.
Lumley, Viscount, fined, 131.

and Coke's plot, 228.
Lunsford, Sir Herbert, accompanies

the King from London, 21.
commands a regiment, 245.
Lunsford, Sir Thomas, appointed Lieu-
tenant of the Tower, 19.
his early career, 19.
dismissed and knighted, 20.
accompanies the King from London,

admitted to compound for his estate,


popular beliefs concerning, 244.
his later career, 245.
Lunsfords, the, a Royalist family, 4.
Lyme, pier-builders from, II.

Madgwick, Captain Edward, 288.
Major-Generals, the, 283.
Mallory, Captain Henry, at Hangle-
ton race, 232.

and the plot of 1658, 297.

his trial, 302.
Manning, Richard, 288.

Mansel, Francis, his part in Charles

II's escape, 255.
Samuel Pepys' account of, 262.
Marden, Hopton at, 71.
Marian persecution, the, 22.
Markwick, Mr. Will, 299.
Marlett, William, 222.
Marriages before a Justice of the Peace,

Marshall, Thomas, Mayor of Rye,

May, Thomas, the poet: his birth,

career, and untimely death, 237.
May, Thomas, of Rawmere, 4, 15.
expelled from the House of Com-
mons, 43.
at Chichester, 45.
made prisoner by Waller, 56.
compounds for his estate, 123.
Mayfield, 237.
Maynard, Mr. John, Puritan divine,

29, 137.

Mazarin, Cardinal, 182.
Merston, 295.
Michelbourne, William, patron of Hor-

sted Keynes, 212.
his wife Anne, 212.
Michelbourne, William and Thomas,

supporters of the Parliament, $
appointed Deputy- Lieutenants, 156.
Michell, Edward, 292.
Michell, John, of Stammerham, 222.
Michell, Thomas, 222.
Middleton, Lieut. -General John, 271.
Middleton, Thomas, member for Hors-

ham, 16.

articles formulated against, 80.
scare in London caused by, 80.
member of Sussex Sequestrating

Committee, 120.
sequestrator of Horsham vicarage,


appointed Deputy-Lieutenant, 156.

arrested and sent to London, 202.

his estate sequestered, but finally re-
stored, 203.

regarded as possible Royalist con-
spirator, 228.


Midhurst, population of in 1641-2, 18.
Waller's troops at, 67, 82.
the living augmented, 295.
Mildmay, Henry, 313.
Militia ordinance, the, 36.
Mills, John, 133.
Milnes, Mr., 299.
Monk, General, 311, 313.
Montagu, Admiral, 311.
Montague, Lord, one of his servants

apprehended, 64.
his estate sequestered, 131.
a visitor at Herstmonceux, 209.
Montague, Mr., takes Colonel Apsley

prisoner, 77.

Montreuil, the French ambassador, 187.
Mordaunt, John, 302.
More, Sir Poynings, 37.
Morley, Colonel Herbert, of Glynde,

parliamentarian, 5.
Member of Parliament for Lewes,

1640, 1 6.

raises troops of horse, 34.
his influence in East Sussex, 40.
entrusted by the House with the de-
fence of the county, 40.
exempted from the King's proclama-
tion of pardon, 42.
at the siege of Chichester, 52.
writes to the Speaker concerning

Sussex affairs, 64.
at Farnham, 66.
defence of East Sussex by against

Lord Hopton, 73.
at the siege of Arundel, 87.
joint governor of Arundel Castle,


member of Sussex Sequestra ting Com-
mittee, 1 20.

at Hastings, 148.

his letter to the Speaker as to the
picture found in the Si. James,


in command of the besiegers of Basing
House, 158.

his correspondence with Lord Win-
chester, 159.

wounded in the shoulder, 159.

his motto, 1 60.

instructed to prepare for the defence

of Cowdray, Arundel, and Chi-
chester, 161.

suppresses the Clubmen, 169.
his friendly correspondence with

Sir William Campion, 191.
endeavours to remove the magazine

of Horsham to Arundel, 197.
a Commissioner to try the King, 219.
declines to sign the death-warrant,


" almost a malcontent," 227.
assists John Evelyn at Rye, 266.
procures a frigate to protect the Rye

fishing fleet, 271.
inquires into Middleton's escape,


visited by Major-General Goffe, 285.
his local activity, 286.
his "terrible fit of gout," 290.
returns to politics after Oliver's death,


admiralty commissioner, 306.

a commissioner for the army, 311.

forcibly resists Lambert, 311.

retires to Portsmouth, 312.

marches on London with Haselrig
and Walton, 312.

Lieutenant of the Tower, 312.

urged by John Evelyn to bring in
Charles II, 312.

fined and pardoned at the Restora-
tion, 314.

his character, 314.

perhaps assisted Ludlow's escape

from Lewes, 321.
Morley, Sir John, at Chichester, 44.

made prisoner by Waller, 55.

obtains a protection order on pay-
ment of a fine, 55, 120.

compounds for his estate, 123.
Morley, Captain William, his rendez-
vous with Colonel Apsley, 75.

disperses the Clubmen, 169.

Charles II avoids encountering, 259.
Morley, Sir William, of Halnaker, 4.

his origin, 15.



Morley, Sir William, of Halnaker


member for Chichester, 16.
at Chichester, 39, 45.
expelled from the House of Commons,


made prisoner by Waller, 55.
the treatment of his estate, 63.
Moore, Rev. Giles, rector of Horsted

Keynes, extracts from his journal,


Mowbray, Lord, 50.
Moyle, Mr., of Cornwall, 80.
Mullet, John, 287.
Mundham, North, 123.

Navy, the, value to the Parliament of

its adherence, 264.
Naylor, John, of Slaugham, 27.
Naylor, Mr., a clergyman, 299.
Needle-makers, ruin of, at Chichester,


Netherway, Mr., 125.
Nevill, Edward, Lord Abergavenny,


Nevilles, the, enriched by the iron in-
dustry, 9.

New Burgh (Hastings), 10.
New Model, the, 36.

Sussex contribution to, 163.
the basis of, 1 74.
Newberry, Thomas, 275.
Newbury, battle of, its effect on Sussex,

Sussex troops for the garrison at,


Newcomb, Mr., 141.
Newhaven, shipment of iron from, 9.
ordnance removed from, 41.
trade in arms with Weymouth, 65.
French troops to land at, 183.
shipping belonging to, 310.
Newport, Earl of, 20.
North Marden Down, 91.
Northampton, Earl of, Lord Warden

of the Cinque Ports, 8.
a search for, 309.
Northiam, 24, 238.

Northumberland, Algernon Percy, Earl

of, " the proudest man alive," 4.
his great losses, 206.
Lord High Admiral, 264.
Norton, Colonel, takes Southsea Castle,


at South Harting, 70.
attacks Cavaliers near Havant, 91.
at the siege of Basing House, 158.
and the Clubmen, 169.
his warning to Sussex, 171.
Norton, Mr., churchwarden of Rye, 29.
Norton, Major Anthony, his rising at

Rye, 203.
charged with using scandalous words,

Norton, Sir Gregory, signs the King's

death-warrant, 220.
Norton, Sir Richard, his house at

Rotherfield, 164.
Nottingham, Lord, 209.
Nuthurst, affray at, 166.

Quaker meeting at, 291.
Nutt, Mr. John, incumbent of Bexhill,

sequestered, 143.
Nye, Philip, independent preacher,


Nye, Rev. Mr., rector of Clapham, 28,
137, 241.

Oglander, George, member of Sussex

Sequestrating Committee, 120.
Older, Nathan, Mayor of Arundel, 96.
Orange, the Prince of, letter from

Charles to, 181.
his negotiations with Stephen Goffe,


his children, 183.
his views on sea-power, 264.
Ormonde, Marquis of, his escape from

Hastings, 188.
escapes again from the Sussex coast,


Osborne, Edward, at Chichester, 45.
Oughtred, Dr. William, 135.
Ovingdean Grange, the legend of,

Oxenden, Henry, 241.


Oxford Articles of Surrender, 126.
include dispensation from taking the

covenant, 135.
Oxford, the King's flight from, 186.

Pagham, a port in mediaeval times,

the protestation return from, 17.
Parker, Henry, 238.
Parker, Sir Thomas, of Ratton, charged
with the defence of Sussex, 42.

accused of disaffection, 161.

his daughter, Lady Campion, 193.
Partridge, Sir Edward, 112.
Patcham, Stapley's house at, 297.
Patching, Thomas, 292.
Payne, James, of Eastbourne, 27.
Pearse, William, 203.
Peckham, Mr., vicar of Horsted Parva,


sequestered, 142.

Peckham, Mr., a leader of the Club-
men, 170.
Pelham, H., member for Chichester in

1659. 305-
Pelham, Peregrine, signs the King's

death-warrant, 220.
Pelham, Sir Thomas, member for the

county, 1 6.

beset by Thomas Lunsford, 19.
charged with the defence of Sussex,


his letter to the Speaker, 66.
member of Sussex Sequestrating Com-
mittee, 1 20.

accused of disaffection, 161.
informs the Speaker of the rising at

Horsham, 198.
his descendants, 325.
Pelhams, the, supporters of the Parlia-
ment, 5.

enriched by the iron industry, 9.
Pell, John, mathematician and diplo-
matist, 241.

Pellet, John, of Arundel, 326.
Pembroke and Montgomery, Earl of,

Penington, Isaac, no.

Penn, Springet, HI.
Penruddock's rising, 282.
Petersfield, Hopton at, 71, 89.
Petitions to Parliament of February
1642, 18.

from Surrey and Sussex in 1648, 196.

from Rye to Fairfax, 215.
Petre, Lord, arrested, 308.
Petworth, population of in 1641-2, 17.

Cavalier raid on, 69.

garrisoned by Hopton, 72.

Clubmen from, 170.
Petworth, the living of, 56.

Dr. Cheynell obtains, 139.

Mr. Oliver Whitby, curate of, 141.
Pevensey, a port in mediaeval times,


Philips, Colonel, of Montacute, 256.
Pickering, Mr. Benjamin, Puritan

divine, 137.
Pierce, Captain, 269.
Pierce, Thomas, of Bosham, 133.
Pierson, Richard, 177.
Pinozeire, a trader in ammunition, 66.
Pittock, Captain Richard, 279.
Plundered Ministers, Committee of, 136.

appoints County Committees, 138.
Poling, John, 288.
Popham, Colonel Edward, 268.
Population of parishes in West Sussex

in 1641-2, 17.
Porter, Endymion, 72.
Portslade, the Rye troop at, 79.
Portsmouth, held by George Goring,

besieged by Warwick and Waller,


surrendered, 40.
its loss a blow to the Royal cause,


parliamentary anxiety concerning, 67.
surrendered to Colonel Morley, 312.
Colonel Fagge, governor of, 313.
Potter, Lieutenant- Colonel, 52.
Preston, near Brighthelmstone, Judith,

widow of Sir Richard Shirley,

buried at, 7.
Cheynell buried at, 109.



Preston, near Brighthelmstone con-

Anthony Shirley of, 5, 286, 305.
the Shirleys of, 288.
the Court Rolls of the manor of,

285 n.
Preston-cum-Hove, civil marriages at,


Preva, Sir John, no.
Prince, Robert, 59.

Prisoners of war, their readiness to
take service with their captors, 86,


Protestation of 1641, 17.
Pulborough, population of in 1641-2,


rising at, 199.

Pury, Francis, at Chichester, 45.
Pye, Uncle, 86.

Pym, his hopes of conciliation, 1 6.
Charles' attempt to arrest, 20.

Quakers, the, disorderly conduct of,


rise of, in Sussex, 291.
sufferings of, 292.
Cromwell's clemency to, 293.

Racton, 253.

Ramsay, Lieut.-Colonel, killed at

Arundel, 85.
Ravenscroft, Hall, member of Sussex

Sequestrating Committee, 120.
and the sequestration of Horsham

vicarage, 137.
Rayman, Mr., arrested at Chichester,


Rede, Robert, joiner, of Rye, 23.
Reeves [or Ryves], Dr. Bruno, Dean

of Chichester, fined, 57.
his account of the spoliation of the

cathedral, 57.

compounds on Oxford Articles, 135.
Regicides, the Sussex, 220.

fate of, 317.
Rich, Colonel, 198.
Ringmer, Springate interred at, 118.
Rishton, William, at Chichester, 45.

Rivers, Mr., Justice of the Peace, his
strong following at Lewes, 31.

Rivers, Mr., and Stapley's plot, 298.

Rivers, Sir Thomas, Bart. , J. P. , ordered
to keep watch on all strangers,

Roads in Sussex, notorious badness of, 6.
" deep and dirty ways," 71.
Lady Springate's journey over, 115.

Robartes, Lord, his coach at Newbury,

Roberts, Colonel, 53.

Robinson, Thomas, 291.

Robotham, Mr., 295.

Rolfe, Sergeant, 79.

Rose, , of Lewes, 287.

Rotherfield, Mr. Large and the living

of, 144.

Sir Richard Norton's house at, 164.
John Cawley presented to the living
of, 302.

Rottingdean, powder sent to, 41.

Rowkeshill, the Clubmen at, 169.

Royal Oak, proposed Order of the,

Rumboldswyke, 295.

Runcton, 123.

Runcton [? Duncton] Down, the Club-
men at, 169.

Rupert, Prince, his reputation for plun-
dering, 35, 41.
his advance on Chichester rumoured,

47, 53-

Russell, Mr., 29.
Russell, John and Edward, 145.
Rye, trials for witchcraft at, 8.

shipment of iron and firewood from,
9, 10.

decay of harbour, 12.

traffic of, with Dieppe, 13, 65.

the passage-book, 13.

privateers watch the harbour, 14.

Puritans at, 23, 27, 29.

foreigners resident at, 62.

ordnance sent to Shoreham from, 73.

lead removed from Camber Castle,

the Rye troop at Arundel, 78, 85, 87.


Rye continued.
abortive rising at, 203.
petition to Fairfax, 214.
the engagement, 226.
grievance of as to free-quarter, 229.
disbanded soldiers and other troubles

at, 229.

strict observance of Sunday at, 231.
penalties for bad language at, 231.
John Evelyn's visit to, 266.
shipment of guns and ammunition for

the fleet from, 269.
smuggling at, 269.
the North Sea fishery fleet of, 270.
Blake in the bay at, 273.
depredations of the Dutch fleet at,


imprisonment of seamen at, 278.
petition to the Protector from, 279.
Colonel Morley elected member for,


the vicarage augmented, 295.
a town guard set at, 309.
claim for moneys advanced by, to the

garrison, 310.
arrest of Henry Mildmay at, 313.

Sackvile, Mr., 299.

Sackvile, Thomas, of Sedlescomb, fined,

St. James, the, of Dunkirk, stranded at

Heene, 151.
disposal of, 152.
pictures found on board, 153.
St. John, Oliver, 182, 227.

Salisbury, Goring's winter quarters at,

Salisbury, Rev. Mr., curate of Warning-
camp, 28.

Salvington, 234.

Saxby, Mr., 140.

Sea wen, Robert, 171.

Sealed Knot, the, 282.

Selden, John, his birth, career, and
unique position, 234.

Selden, John, and the Earl of Pem-
broke, 201.

Self-denying Ordinance, the, 174.

Selsey, projected landing of foreign

troops at, 182.
Selwin, Mr., junior, 299.
Shallett, Mr. Francis, at Chichester,

Shelley, Sir Charles, of Michelgrove,

his household goods, 133.
his descendants, 326.
Shelley, Henry, a supporter of the

Parliament, 5.
member of Sussex Sequestrating

Committee, 120.

appointed Deputy-Lieutenant, 156.
Shelley, Colonel Henry, 133.
Shelley, Sir John, 132.
Shelley, John, of Sullington, 222.
Shephard [or Sheppard], Nicholas, of
Horsham, visited by Colonel Aps-
ley, 74-

and the rising at Horsham, 197, 200.
Shipbuilding, value of Sussex oak for,

Ship-money, assessment of Sussex ports

for, 13.
Shirley, Anthony, of Preston, civil

marriages before, 286.
one of Goffe's commissioners, 288.
member for Steyning in 1659, 305.
created a baronet, 315.
Shirley, Judith, widow of Sir Richard,

Shirley, Thomas, member of Sussex

Sequestrating Committee, 120.
Shirleys, the, of Preston, 288 ., 326.
Shoarditch, Mr., 210.
Shoreham, trade in firewood at, 10.
its early importance, n.
assessed for ship-money, 14.
Captain Temple's defensive works

at, 73-

the Rye troop at, 79.
Captain Temple left in charge of, 86.
rising of peasants at, 201.
the Dover built at, 277.
sailors enlisted at, 307.
Short, William, of Amberley, 129.
Sidney, Algernon, appointed Governor
of Chichester, 164.



Simpson, George, member of Sussex

Sequestrating Committee, 120.
Singleton, the living of, 294.
Skippon, Sergeant- Major, 50.
Slaugham, the mansion of, 14.
Slee, John, 291.
Slindon Park, 258.
Slingsby, Sir Henry, 302.
Smith, landlord of the George Inn at

Brighthelmstone, 260.
Smith, Captain Ambrose, 307.
Smith, Richard, 88.
Smuggling in the seventeenth century,


Smyth, William, 241.
Snepp, John, 24.
Sommellier, Pierre, 62.
Southover, Quaker meeting at, 291.
South wick, Charles II embarks at, 260.
Sowton, Thomas, 307.
Speed, Rev. Mr., of St. Pancras, Chi-

chester, 28, 295.
Spence, William, 285.
Springate [or Springett], Anthony, 117.
Springate, Gulielma, wife of William

Penn, no.
Springate, Herbert, supporter of the

Parliament, 5.
member of Sussex Sequestrating

Committee, 120.
created a baronet, 315.
Springate, Lady, no.
her letter to her grandson, Springet

Penn, in.
her journey from London to Arundel,

her devoted attendance on her hus-
band, 117.
Springate, Sir Thomas, of Broyle Place,

no, 112.
Springate, Sir William, raises a troop

of horse, 34.
receives the thanks of the House,


at the siege of Arundel, 87.
left by Waller in charge of Arundel

Castle, 95, 115.
falls sick of a fever, 1 10.

his wife's account of his parentage,

up-bringing, and character, 113.
his death, 117.
Stamford, Lord, 209.
Stane Street, 7.
Stanes, Mr., 74.
Stanford, Edward, of Slinfold, his

descendants, 326.

Stanmer, the Puritan rector of, 179.
Stanstead House, captured by the

Royalists, 72.
surrendered to Waller, 94.
Stapley, Anthony, the younger, put in
the commission of the peace, 285.
joins John Stapley's plot, 297.
turns informer, 301.
pardoned, 302.

Stapley, Colonel Anthony, of Framfield
and Patcham, Parliamentarian, 5.
member for the county, 16.
his aggressive Puritanism, 31.
charged by the House with the de-
fence of the county, 42.
Governor of Chichester, 62.
at Stanstead, 72.
his disagreement with Waller, 95,

IS7 n.
member of Sussex Sequestrating

Committee, 120.
ordered to increase the Chichester

garrison, 156, 162.
succeeded at Chichester by Algernon

Sidney, 164.
his letter to the Speaker from Lewes,

his connection with Lord Norwich,


endeavours to remove the magazine
of Horsham to Arundel, 197.

imprisons Sussex petitioners, 199.

one of the King's judges, 219.

signs the death-warrant, 220.

member of the Council of State, 225.

Vice-Admiral of Sussex, 226.

Commissioner of Somers Islands,

visited by Thomas Newberry, 275.

date of his death, 285 .


Stapley, John, at Hangleton race, 232.

in command of a troop, 252.

with Goffe at Lewes, 284.

one of Goffe's commissioners, 288.

influenced by his Royalist connec-
tions, 296.

joins Dr. Hewitt's plot, 297.

his confession to Cromwell, 299.

discloses the names of his associates,

pardoned, 302.

made a baronet, 315.
Stevens, Captain Tristram, 65.
Steyning, anciently a port, n.

population of, in 1641-2, 18.

rising of peasants at, 201.

Quakers at, 292.

Storrington, the incumbent of, se-
questered, 142.
Streater, ancient, 64.
Studeley, Nathaniel, 285.

one of Goffe's commissioners, 288.
Sturt, Nicholas, 222.
Sunday, the strict observance of, 230.
Surprise, TettersalFs bark, renamed

Royal Escape, 261.
Surrenden, Captain, 75.
Swanbourne Lake, 88.
Swanley, Captain, 45.
Symons, Thomas, of Hambledon, 256.

Tabret, Abel, 271.

Taunton, Mr. Richard, incumbent of

Ardingley, sequestered, 142.
Taylor, Anne, wife of George, 8.
Taylor, John, of Itchenor, fined on

Truro Articles, 126.
Taylor, Richard, of Earnley, fined on

Truro Articles, 126.
Temple, Captain James, arranges the

defences of Shoreham and Bramber,


at Shoreham, 75.
defends Bramber Castle and holds the

bridge, 78.

left in charge of Shoreham, 86.
member of Sussex Sequestrating

Committee, 120.

guardian to Sir Charles Shelley, 133.

signs the King's death-warrant, 220.

his trial and condemnation, 317.
Tenterden, 278.

Tettersall, Nicholas, and the escape of
Charles II, 256.

his reward at the Restoration, 261.
Thanet, Earl of, advances with Ford
on Lewes, 48.

passes from Brighthelmstone to
France, 64.

fined by Parliament, 124.
Thomas, Mark, Deputy Mayor of Rye,


Thompson, Maurice and Co., 152.
Thorney Island, 46.
Timber, Sussex thickly covered with, 5.

use of in the ironworks, 9.

wholesale destruction of, 10.

value of, for shipbuilding, 10.
Tobacco, planting of, restrained, 286.
Tomlinson, Colonel, 220.
Trained bands, the, 33.
Trayton, Capt. Ambrose, 41.
Tremblett, Edward, of Bosham, 133.
Trevor, Sir John, a supporter of the
Parliament, 5.

member for Arundel, 290.

member for Midhurst, 305.
Triers, the, 293.

Truro Articles of Surrender, 126.
Tunbridge waters, the, 267.
Twine, Rev. Mr., vicar of Rye, 30.
Twineham, Quaker meeting at, 291.

Up Park, a troop of horse quartered at,

residence of the Fords, 97.

Venables, General Robert, 244.
Vere, Colonel Horace, 180.
Verney, Edmund, 191.
Verney, Sir Ralph, 191.
Vesey, Captain Robert, 310.
Vintner, Mr., 144.

Virginia, letter from the Grand As-
sembly of, 126.



Wades, near Arundel, 115.
Wages, fixed by justices, 206.

gradual rise of agricultural, 207.

of household servants, 208, 211.
Wakehurst, the mansion of, 14.
Walberton, the Clubmen's quarters at,


Waller, Sir William, attacks Ports-
mouth, 38.

prepares to attack Chichester, 48.

sends a detachment to capture Arundel
Castle, 50.

besieges and takes Chichester, 52.

discovers an attempt on his life, 54.

deals with the prisoners, 55.

present at the sacking of the cathe-
dral, 59.

Major-General of the associated
counties, 67.

his preparations at Farnham, 68.

his views on soldiers' pay, 69.

visits London, So.

invades Sussex after his success at
Alton, 82.

rapidity of his advance, 82.

after capturing Cowdray, takes the
town of Arundel, 84.

escapes assassination, 84.

besieges Arundel Castle, 86.

his correspondence with Lord Craw-
ford, 90.

faces Hopton, 91.

his commission as major-general con-
firmed, 91.

Arundel Castle surrendered to him
on his own terms, 93.

receives the thanks of the House, 94.

his difference with Colonel Stapley,


his persistence and generalship not

fully appreciated, 96.
takes possession of the wreck of the

St. James, 151.
salvage awarded him, 152.
a visitor at Herstmonceux, 209.
Waller, Lady Anne, at Herstmonceux,

Walsingham, Thomas, 176.

Walton, Colonel, acts with Morley,


War, the, indecisive character of the

first two years of, 163.
division of families in, 190.
humane conduct of, 195.

Warbleton, Quakers at, 292.

Warblington Castle, besieged by Hop-
ton, 92.

Warren, Captain Peter, 275.

Warren, Rev. Thomas, curate of Rye,

27, 30.

Warwick, Earl of, blockades Ports-
mouth, 38.

the navy secured for the Parliament
by, 264.

Waters, John, pilot, 210.

Welborne, Mr., 295.

Wems, Colonel, 8l.

Wesby, Mr., 295.

Westbourne, population of, in 1641-2,

West Dean, 91.
the living of, 294,

West Grinstead, population of, in 1641 -

West Hoathly, riot at, 64.

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