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John Tiptoft, eari of Worcester,

iU. 162.
James Butler, earl of Wiltshire,

Hi. 170, 171 ; again, iii. 177.
Heniy, viscount Bourchier, iiL

172 ; again, iii. 189, 214.
John Talbot, earl of Shrewsbury,

iii. 176.
Richard Wydville, lord Rivers,

iii. 202.
Treasurers of subsidies appointed, ii.

439» 444. 564* 565* 567-
— of war, iii. 45, 46, 54, 55.
Tressilian, Robert, his seyerities

against the rebels in 1381, ii. 459 ;

aids Richard in 1387, ii. 477 ;

charged by the appdlants, ii. 478 ;



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condenmed and executed, ii. 480,

481.
Trinoda neoessitas, i. 76, 95, 105,

184, 190, 194.
Truaaell, Sir William, proctor for the

parliament of 1327, ii. 362, 363,
^ 39a, 430 ; iii. 446, 453-
Tudor, Edmund, iii. 1 20.

— Jasper, iii. 1 29 ; earlof Pembroke,
iii. 171, 188; attainted, iii. 196;
defeated and deprived of his earl-
dom, iii. 204.

— Henry, earl of Bichmond, iii. 215 ;
negotiation for his marriage with
Eluabeth of York, iii. 227; lands
at Milford Haven, iii. 232 ; wins
the crown at Boeworth, iii. 233.

Tan, original, L 82, 92.
Tun-gerefa, i. 42, 82, 95, 96.
Tunnage and poundage, ii. 424, 426,
528, 568 ; iii. 242. See Taxes.

— properly applied to the mainte-
nance of the navy, ii. 424, 568 ; iii.
34a.

— for life, granted to Henry V,
Henry VI, and Edward IV, iii. 86,
163, 199; to Richard III, 229.

Tunscipesmot, i. 90, 390.
Twelf-hynde and Twyhynde, i. 157,

161.
Tyler, Wat, rebellion of, ii. 456, 457.

Unction, of kings, i. 147.

Urban II, pope, iii. 293.

Urban IV, pope, ii. 86, 9a.

Urban VI, pope, ii. 481 ; iii. 315, 325.

VacariuB, i. 494, 495.

Valence, WilUam, bishop elect of, ii.

53-54. 58, 183.

— William of, half-brother of Henry
III, ii. 88.

— Aymer of, $ee Pembroke.
Varini, i. 40, 47.
Vassalage, i. 153, 188, 253.

Vere, Robert de, earl of Oxford, ii.
464, 465 ; marquess of Dublin, ii.
468, 469 ; duke of Ireland, ii. 468 ;
supports Richard against the
barons, ii. 477, 478 ; defeated at
Radcot bridge, ii. 479 ; condenmed,
ii 481 ; dies abroad, ii. 483.

— John de, earl of Oxford, put to
death, iii. 198 ; by law of Padua,
ilL 283.



Vere, John, earl of Oxford, seises St.
Michael's mount, iii. 211; assbts
Heniy Tudor in his attack on
Richfurd, iii. 232.

Vicecomites paois, ii. 6.

Vicus, in ancient Germany, i. 31, 35 ;
among the Old Saxons, i. 41 ; in
England, i. 82-84.

Village communities, i. 19, 33, 51.

Villenage, i. 426-431, 550; a cause
of the rising of the commons, ii.
453 > result of that rising on, ii.
462, 463 ; later history of, iii. 603.

Villeins, ordination of, i. 431 ; wain-
age of, secured in Magna Carta, i.
531 ; extraction of, i. 546 ; educa-
tion of, ii. 463, 485.

Viscount, dignity of, iii. 436, 437.

VimgotiiB, i 4, 9, 14a. 145-

Voting in parliament, ii. 252, iii. 474.

Wages of members of parliament, ii.
229, 235 ; iii. 56, 425, 483, 484.

Wake, lliomas, lord, ii. 360 ; one of
the council of Edward III in his
minority, ii. 369; arrested in 1341,

it 385.

Wakefield, battle of, iii. 188.

Wales, princes of, i. 460, 482 ; rela-
tions of, to the English crown, i.
554 ; wars of Henry II in, i. 455,
458, 467, 554 ; wars of Henry III
with, ii. 89 y policy of Edward I
in, ii. 108, 1 14, 1 1 7 ; trial of David,
at Shrewsbury, ii. 116; wars vnth,
ii. 138 ; statute of, ii. 295.

— prince o^ in parliament, iii. 432.

— represented in the English parlia-
ments, ii. 351, 360; iii. 447, 470.

Wallingford, treaty of, i. 333 «g., 445.

— honour of, i. 402.

— council at, i. 453.

Walworth, William, ii. 444, 445, 458,

567.
Wapentake, i. 96, 99. See Hundred.
Wardrobe, accounts of^ ii. 276, 529,

545. 546. 551.
Warenne, John, earl of, opposes
Edward I on the quo warranto
inquest, ii. 110, iii.

— John, earl of^ supports Oaveston,
ii. 325 ; is pardoned, ii. 334 ; car-
ries off the countess of Lancaster,
ii. 341 ; joins in the attack on the
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34S; on the king^B side in 1323,

"• 350, 358, 359 ; one of the oouncil

of Edward III, ii. 369.
Warwick, Beauchamp earldom of, it

363.
Warwick, Guy Beauchamp, earl at,

^' 335* 326; an ordainer, ii. 327;

beheads Gaveston, ii. 33a; par*

doned, ii. 334 ; dies, ii. 33^.

— Thomas Beauchamp, earl ot, n.
4^9* 437 'f joins the party opposed
to Riduffd II, ii. 460; an appel-
lant, ii. 479 ; arrested in 1397, i^
493; confeiises treason and is
condemned, iL 4^6; attempts to
deny his confession, iii. 19; re-
stored, iii. 23.

— Richard Beauchamp, earl of, quar-
rels with the earl Mfa8ball,in 1405,
iii. 49 ; left by Henry V as pre-
ceptor to his son, iii. 92, 08 ; his
quarrel with the earl Marshall, iiL
lOi ; instructions as Henry*s tutor,
iii. 108 ; regent of France, iii. 123 ;
dies, Ui. 124.

— Henry, duke of, iii. 433.

— Kichaid Neville, earl o( ill. 161 ;
captain of Calais, iii. 172 ; again,
iii. 177; wins the battle of North-
ampton, iii 183 ; in parliament, iii.
187; is beaten at S. Alban's, iii.
188 ; joins in making Edward king,
iii. 189 ; his disgust At his marriage,
iii. 200; plans a marriage for his
d&ughter with Clarenoe,iii. 202 ; bub-
pected of treason, iii. 203 ; oonnives
at the rebellion of Robin of Redes-
dale, iii 205 ; goes to Galais, tb. ;
makes terms with Edward, iii. 207 ;
connives at the rising in Lincolnshire
and flies to France, ib, ; lands and
restores Heniy, iii. 308; killed at
Bamet, iii. 210; his character, iii.
211, 212.

Welles, Sir Robert, his rebellion and
death, iii. 207.

— Leo, lord, attainted, iii. 196.
Wergild, i. 9, 53. 55, 79 ; of the king,

i. 143, 144 ; of the thegn, i. 157 ;
importance o^ in Anglo-Saxon
times, i. 161, 162.
Wessex, kingdom ofi i. 60, 67, 171,
235; shire-formation of, i. no;
conversion of, i. 217; divided into
dioceses, i. 226.



Westminster, provisions of; ii. 81.

— palace oC iii. 382-385 ; chapter-
house of, iii. 385, 429, 431.

Wight, lordship of, iii. 433.

William I, his policy, i. 256 §q, ; his
revenue, i. 279; Ids ecclesiastical
policy, L 280 sq. ; transitional dia-
racter of his reign, i. 288 ; general
histoiy of the reign, i. 290-294.

William II, sketch of his reign, i.
294-302 ; his treaty with Robert,

'•340-
William of Normandy, son of Robert,

i.307.

— the Etheling, son of Heniy I. L
310, 395-

— son of Henry II, L 453.

— Fits Osbert, riot of, i. 508, 587.
Willoughby, Richard, justice, ii. 385 ;

hid story about a writ addressed to
the king, ii. 238.
Winchester, oouncil at, i. 330.

— statute o^ iL 1 19.

— parliaments at, ii 372, 423, 484 ;
iU. 387.

Witeiiagemot, i 116, 117, 119-140;

continued by the Conqueror, i 268 ;

and in the royal council of the

Nonnan kings, i 356.
Woodstock, councils at, i 462, 483 ;

assixe of, i 489, 511, 573.
Wool, seized for Richard*8 ransom, i

501 ; taxed, i 503 ; ii 191, 192.

— custom imposed on in 1275,11. 109.

— seised in 1 294, ii. 1 26.

— not to be taxed without consent
of parliament, ii 414, 528.

— maletote ot ii. 142, 526-528.
Worcester, constitution o^ iii. 582.
Writ, of prsBcipe, i. 536.

— droumspeote agatis, ii 119; iii.
345.

— significavit, iii 344, 351, 356.

— de ex9ommunicato capiendo^ ib,

— de hsretico, iii. 356.

— of summons, general and qMcial,
^* 5^7~5^: ^ parliament and to
the host, ii. 201-204; barony by
writ, ii. 204 ; writs * propriis nomi-
nibus,' i 567.

— of summons, variety of forms, ii.
249, 250 ; iii. 389-403 ; sealing of; iii.
388 ; to military service, ii 278, 280.

— of protection, ii 324.

— sale of; ii. 605.



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Writs, invention of^ i. 591.

Wycliffe, John, ii. 414; speech pre-
served by, ii. 420; sympatluses
with the attack on the clergy in
1371* ii- 4^3 ; negotiates at Bruges,
ii. 437, 436 ; his trial at S. PauPs,
ii. 438 ; his relation to John of
Gaunt, ii. 440 ; consulted by the
princess of Wales, ii. 443; second
prosecution of, ii. 446 ; dies at Lut-
terworth, ii. 470; importance of
the legal proceedings agaiost, iii«

353-355-
Wydville, Richard, lord Rivers, con-
stable, iii. 150, 181 ; Edward IV
marries his daughter, iii. 200 ;
rivalry of his family with the
Nevilles, iii. 201 ; promotion of his
children, iii. 202 ; treasurer and
constable, t&. ; reconciled with War-
wick, iii. 203 ; beheaded, ii. 206.

— John, married to the duchess of
Norf<^, iii. 102 ; put to death, iii.
206.

— Antony, lord Scales, iii. 302, 204 ;
earl Rivers, iii. 320; arrested, iii.
222 ; executed, iii. 225.

— Richard, iii. 205, 220.

— Edward, iii. 220, 221.

Wykeham, William of, bishop of Win-
chester, chancellor, ii. 413, 420;
compelled to resign in 1371, ii.
421 ; attacked by John of Gaunt
for his conduct in the good parlia-
ment, ii. 435 ; convocation insists
on redress, ii. 436, 439 ; is on the
side of the baronial oppositioo, ii.
^70 ; chancellor again, ii. 483, 484 ;
lies, iii. 47.



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Yeomanry, condition and political
importance of, iii. 551-558.

Yonge, Thomas, member for Bristol,
proposes to decLire the duke of
York heir to the throne, iii. 159,

493-
York, Edmund of Langley, duke of;
ii. 487, 488, 408 ; regent, ii. 502 ;
joins Henry of Lancaster, ii 502 ;
joins in the judgment on Richard,
iiL 20.



York, Edward, duke of, son of Edmund ;
earl of Rutland, ii. 494 ; duke of
AumAIe, ii. 496, 498; a possible
competitor for the crown, iii. 10;
accused by Bagot, iii. 19 ; reduced in
rank, iii. 21 ; betrays the conspi-
racy of the earls, iii. 26 ; declared
loyal, iii. 31 ; advises on the war,
iii* 34; duke of York, iii. 48; ac-
cused by his sister, ib ; killed, iii. 88.

— Richani, duke o^ iii. 86 ; Glouces-
ter administers the Mortimer
estates for, iii. loi ; declared of
age, iii 116 ; regent of France, iii.
123; again, iii. 125; his rivalry
witii the Beauforts, iii. 131, 132,
153 ; his suspected complicity with
Cade, iii. 15J ; his early career, iii
153; and daims to the crown, iii
153-155 ; "^^*« Henry VI, after
Cade's rebellion, iii. 156 ; influ-
ences the elections, iii 157; pro-
posal to declare him heir, iii. 159 ;
nuurches against the king in 1452,
iii. 160 ; reconciled, iii. 162 ; has
the speaker Thori)e arrested, iii.
164; summoned to council, i&. ;
opens parliament, iii. 165 ; chosen
protector, iii. 166, 167 ; his admi-
nistration, iii. 169 ; dismissed, iii.
170; wins the battle of S. Alban's,
iii 171; high constable, iii. 172;
his second protectorate, iii. 173,
1 74 ; is reconciled with the queen,
iii. 177 ; goes to Ireland, iii 178 ;
attainted, iii. 1 79 ; plans invasion,
iii i8a ; returns, iii. 184; claims
the throne, iii 185 ; accepts the
succession, iii. 186, 187; killed at
Wakefield, iii. 188.

— archbishop of, i. 360.

— Geoffrey, ardibishop of, i. 499,
500, 502, 506, 523 ; refuses to pay
a thirteenth, i 523.

— convocation of; ii. 112, 196, 198,
199.

— county court of, ii. 214, 215.

— parliaments of; ii. 148, 338, 343,
344*351.371.376.377; iii. 386.

— parliament of 1322 at, ii. 351.
Yorkshire, elections in, id. 411, 412 ;

lordships in, iii. 528.



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