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with forgery of evidence, 202 ;
dismissed from his post, 203 note,
267; his inscriptions in the Tower,

264, 267; letters to Cecil, 168,258.
Walsh, Sir Richard, sheriff of Wor-

cestershire, 4, 154 note.
Ward, Samuel, preacher and artist,

239.
Webb, John, evidence reported,

160. .
Weldon, Sir Anthony, on Cecil's

unpopularity, 25.
Welwood, James (Memoirs), 46.
Westmoreland, titular Earlof(Henry

Neville), attempt toimplicate him,

197.
Whynniard, Mr., landlord of Percy's

house, 61 note, 89; his sudden

death, 92 note.
Whynniard, Mrs., evidence of, 61,

67, 72, 88, 142.
Willaston, William, intelligence

supplied by, 99.
Wimbledon, Viscount (Edward

Cecil), his evidence reported, 160.
Windsor, Lord, his house plundered

by the conspirators, 2.
Winter, Robert, introduced to the

conspiracy, 10; captured at Hag-
ley, 4 ; evidences of foul play in his

regard, 183, 184; trial and execu-

tion, 6. See also Conspirators.
Winter, Thomas, one of the first

conspirators, 9, 64; character,
35; Spanish mission, 36, 118;
brings Faukes from Flanders, 9;
attends the prorogation, Oct. 3rd,
74 note, 230; captured at Hol-
beche, 4; his published confes-
sion, 167 seq. ; probably tortured,
169; trial and execution, 6. See

also Conspirators.
Wood, Anthony à, notes addressed

to, 159.
Worcester, Earl of (Edward Somer-

set), 168 note, 266.
Wotton, Sir Henry, 160.
Wren, Sir Christopher, 138.
Wright, Christopher, his introduc-

tion to the Conspiracy, 9, 64 ;
character, 35, 37 ; previous em-
ployment in Spain, 36; killed at
Holbeche, 4, 152. See also Con-

spirators.
Wright, Henry, his informations,

94, 95, 254.
Wright, John, one of the first con-

spirators, 9, 64; character, 35,
37; killed at Holbeche, 4, 152.
See also Conspirators.

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