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Tovey, dr., 165.
Townsend, mr., 15.
Townsend, mr.(,of St. Giles's),

95-

Tranter, rev. Nathaniel, 321.
Tredwell, mr., 455.
Trevisa, 416.

Trinity college, 69,433, 482,
Trokelow, John de, 58, 8r.
Tryvytlam, 119, 129, 137.
Ti^rkish pirates, 364.
Turnoys groats, 174.
Twining, rev. Thomas, 76.
Twyford, Berks., 324.
Twyne, Brian, 23.
Twysden, sir Roger, 1 76, 219,

315-
Twysden, sir Thomas, 91, 92.
Twysden, sir William, 219.
Tyrrell, colonel, 455, 460.
Tynell, Hal, 410.
Tyrrell, James, 77, 455, 461.

Ulstochium, 143, 157.
University college, 15, 27-9,

"7. 129, 132, 183, 184,

I93.- 213, 247, 366.

— annals of, 225.

— Freeston scholars, 369.

— Skirlaw fellows, 369.

— theft at, 378.
Urry, mr. John, 6.
Usher, Charles, 149.

Vansittart, mr., 202, 235,

253, 291,429.
Venice, friar Paul of, 219.
Vere, sir Francis, 220.
Venue, mr., 151, 152, 154,

360.
Vesey, mr., of Lincoln coll.,

46.
Vicaris, mr., 389.
Vinter, mr., 323, 348.

Wager, a, 316, 329, 386, 428.
Wagstaffe, rev. — , 432.
Wagstaffe, Thomas, 112.
Wake, archbishop, 64, 296,

425, 443-
Walden, mr., 17, 193.



Walker, Obadiah, 323, 348,

353> 387, 405-
Walker, Clement, 88.
Walker, rev. Reynolds, 14.
Walking feat, a, 251.
Wallis, dr., 357, 358, 359.
Walters, sir George, 323.
Wanley, Humphrey, 220,

376, 413, 431. 461.

Wanley, Nathaniel, 220.

Wantage, 329, 366.

— - school, 455.

Ward, George, 60.

Ward, dr. Seth, 461.

Ward, Thomas, esq., i, 3,4,
6, 7, 9, 10, 12, 24, 36, 50,
57,60,61, 63, 78,94,112,
114, 122, 169, 178, 206,
257, 265, 339, 402, &c.

Warwick, 211, 270, 271, 282,

297.457-
Warwick, earls of, 167.
Warwick, Guy of, 119.
Warwick hospital, 402,
Warwick, Richard earl of,

96.
Warton, dr., 24.
Warton, rev. Thomas, 25.
Wasse, rev. — , 48, 466.
Waterland,dr., 188, 195,422,

424, 432, 436, 446.
Waterstock, Oxon., 237.
Waverley abbey, 384.
Waynflete, William of, 20S.
Webb, Francis, 52.
Weeksy, Thomas, 59, 177,

217.
Wells cathedral, 109.
Wells, rev. Nathaniel, 366.
Wells, Samuel, 343.
Wells, rev. Thomas, 456.
Wescombe, sir A., 92, 415.
West, James, 4, 6, 7, 13, 14,

i8>4i,75,79,83,90>94-6,
98,113, 125,129,132,133,
151, 165, 180, 202, 215,
229, 249, 255, 270, 278,
279, 289, 294, 309, 336,

376, 379. 399. 410, 453,

481.
Westley, Samuel, 452.
Westminster school, 452.
Weston, Herts., 271.
Wetstein's Greek Test., 351,

^35.^, 354. 355.404-
Weymouth, lord, 462.
Wharton, Henry, 112, 165,

337, 386.
Whethamsted, John, 81, 106.
Whethamstede, abbot, 397,

4". 434-
whistler, mr., 74.

Whistler, Ketty, 477.



Whiston, William, 48.
Whitby, dr., 6, 417.
Whitchurch, Samuel, 326.
White, alderman, 283.
White, Richard, 162.
White, sir Thomas, 172, 391.
White Waltham, 231, 235,

258.
Whiteside, rev. John, 2, 57,

59,192,194,230,231, 242,

357-
— death of, 190, 215.
Whitlock, sir William, 432.
Whole Duty of Man, author

of, 40, 318, 323, 328,331,

332, 363, 405.
WicklifPs New Testament,

195. 387, 479. 480-
Widvill, Anthony, 211.
Wigan, dr. John, 347.
Wilkes, dr., 402.
Wilkin, Richard, 113.
Wil kins' Concilia, 22.
Wilkinson, dr. Thomas, 435.
Willes, dr., 417.
William IH, 435.
Williams, bishop, 219, 263.
Williams, rev. Daniel, 417.
Williams, Moses, 34I, 342,

468.
Willis, Browne, 2, 48, 61, 62,

64,111,147,170,183,216,

266, 301, 351, 362, 421,

436-8, 462.
Willis, mrs. Browne, 3.
Willis, dr. Thomas, 259.
Willoughbie, lord, 364.
Wilmington, lord, 315.
Wilmot, mr., 147.
Wilton, lord Gray of, 408,
Wiltshire, antiquities of, 473.
Winchester, 19S, 274, 284.
— college, 196, 229.
Windsor, Miles, 112, 119,

309. 445, 458, 461.
Winder, rev. Thomas, 120,

194.
Winter, Robert, 391.
Wise, alderman, 69.
Wise, rev. Francis, 207,

372-
Wittenham, Berks., 449, 464.
Wittenham, Long, 116.
Witley, Reading, 113.
Witney school, 459.
Woburn, Bucks., 401.
Wokingham, Berks., 15S.
Wolhampton, Newbury, 453,

468.
Wolmer forest, 211.
Wolvercot, O.xon., 113.
Wood, Anthony, 2,8, 9, 29,

73, 80, 81, 98, 115, 122,



496



INDEX



142, 165, 183, 203, 214,
256, 258, 259, 262, 266,
269, 276, 278, 283, 291,
300, 309. 318. 324. 336,
357> 358> 388, 412; 418,
424. 445, 469, 470-

Wood's Athenae Oxon., see
Athenae Oxon.

Wood, Robert, 73, 144, 259,
262, 278.

Wood, mr. Thomas, 262.

W^ood, dr. Thomas, 189.

Woodeaton, Oxford, 416.

Woodhead, Abraham, 318,
323. 328, 330, 331. 337,
348, 351, 353, 363, 366,
402, 404, 405, 424.

Woodstock park, 235.



Woodward's shield, 118.
Woodward, dr. John, 11, 13,
15,19,34,44,98,114,123,

135, 148, 452.
Woodward, dr. Joseph, 106.
Worcester, bishop of, 68.
Worcester, William, 17, 18,

25, 27, 44, 53, 122, 389.
Worseley, Henry, 64, 77.
Worster, Benjamin, 450.
Worthington, dr., 349.
Worthington, John, 235, 253,

266, 275, 314, 339, 351,

390,400,441,451, 459.
Worthington, Thomas, 6, 14.
Wotton, Berks., 36, 92,
Wren, bishop, 23.
Wren, mr., 54.



Wren, Christopher, esq., 326.
Wren, sir Christopher,49, 54,

98, 326.
Wrotham, vicarage of, 220.
Wroxall nunnery, 54.
Wyrcester, William, 340.

Xenophon's Cyropaedia, 93.

Yarmouth, 431.
York, Carmelites at, 456.
York, widow, 108.
Young, Patrick, 179.

Zinzan, mr., 285, 324, 407,
440.



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