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Westmeston, 26.

Westminster Assembly of Divines, Sus-
sex members of the, 137.

Westmoreland, Lord, 209.

Weymouth, trade in arms with, 65.

Whalley, Lieut-General, 320.

Wheathampstead, the King at, 1 86.

Wheatley, Captain, 268.

Whetham, Colonel, governor of Ports-
mouth, 312.

Whiligh in East Hoathly, 19.

Whitacre, Rev. Mr., curate of Rye,

3-
Whitby, Mr. Oliver, curate of Petworth,

his life threatened, 141.
White, Colonel John, author of the

"Century of Malignant Priests,"

142.

White, Justice of the Peace, 31.
White, Thomas, sequestrator of Hors-

ham vicarage, 137.



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Whitehom, Captain, 279.

Whitelock, President, 307, 308.

Whitfield, Thomas, member of Sussex
Sequestrating Committee, 120.

Wicker, a Parliamentary soldier, 149.

Wilkason, Bryan, 291.

Williams, Richard, Town Clerk of
Chichester, fined, 123.

Wilmot, Lord, contrasted with Goring,

246.
and the escape of Charles II, 254.

Wilson, Mr., nonconformist, 113.

Wilson, Mr., of Eastbourne Place, 188.
his house searched, 300.
his descendants, 326.

Wilts and Dorset, origin of the Club-
men's rising in, 166.

Winchelsea under Edward the Con-
fessor, 10.

its early importance, II.
its decay described by John Evelyn,
267.

Winchester Articles of Surrender, 131.

Winchester, Marquis of, his defence of

Basing House, 158.
his correspondence with Colonel Mor-
ley, 159.

Windebank, Sir Francis, 13.

Winnford, Captain, 45.

Wisborough Green, population of, in
1641-2, 18.



Wiston, the mansion of, 14.

seized by Cavaliers, 79.

Cavalier flight from, 85.
Wolfe, Nicholas, at Chichester, 45.

treats with Waller for the surrender

of the city, 53.
Wood, Henry, 203.
Wood, John, 203.
Woodcock, Francis, 328.
Woodcock, Henry, 326.
Woodcock, Thomas, of Newtimber,
joins Stapley's plot, 297.

tried and acquitted, 302.
Worcester, battle of, 252.
Wray, Mr. William, at Chichester,

44-
Wrecks, the Sussex attitude towards,

153-

Wright, Robert, 182.
Wynn, Mr., 227.

Yacht, the first English, 2IO.
Yalden [or Yaldwyn], William, of
Blackdown, lessee of Lord Mont-
ague's estate, 131.
High Sheriff in 1656, 276.
tradition of Cromwell's visits to,

276.

member for Midhurst, 305.
Yates, Richard, 197, 288.
Young, Major, 169, 252.




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