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Calendar of State Papers Foreign: Elizabeth, Volume 15, 1581-1582. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1907.

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Taddei, Signor Don Giacomo de' to manage a 'practice' for the surrender of Saint-Omer to Monsieur, 348.

Taffin, Jacques, agent of Prince of Orange, letter from, 552.

Tangier, reported surrender to King of Spain, 6.

Talbot
-, George, Earl of Shrewsbury, reference to his former secretary, 513
-, mentioned, 523, 639.

Tankard, Thomas, of Boroughbridge in Yorkshire, gives money to seminary at Rheims, 668.

Tassis
-, Taxis, Juan Bautista de, Spanish agent sent by King of Spain to French Court, 7
-, not yet openly received at French Court, 15
-, has audience of Queen Mother, 32
-, mentioned, 44
-, reference to audience of, with Queen Mother, 45
-, Cobham refrains from visiting, 62
-, tries to maintain amity between French and Spanish sovereigns, 130
-, mentioned, 224, 239, 275
-, employs Bureau to kill Prince of Orange, 348 (1)
-, mentioned, 370, 379, 389
-, Florentine secretary 'haunts' to, 508
-, has audience of Queen Mother, 511
-, mentioned, 517.

-, -, letters from, 253, 254, 255, 256, 257, 258, 259, 260.

-, Lamoral, postmaster in Antwerp dismissed, 627, 716.

Tau, Simon, money taken from, by English men, 401.

Teligny, 'Tillenie,' M. de. See Noue, Odet de la.

Tempell. See Tympel.

Terceiras
-, (Azores), Tercera, Isle of, Walsingham's letter delivered to Chamber and Justices of, 248
-, reference to letters from, 379, 387
-, affectioned to Don Antonio, 389
-, fears that Spain will assault, 425
-, mentioned, 440
-, Don Antonio in possession of, 457
-, Spanish goods brought from, 478
-, mentioned, 481
-, Spanish fleet preparing for, 502
-, mentioned, 522
-, all goods coming from, to England, to be received without hindrance, 531
-, mentioned, 540, 613
-, nuncio presses Queen Mother to stay sending of forces to, 616
-, Zubiaur's ship taken at, 620
-, reference to Roberts's sugars taken from, 672
-, mentioned, 716.

-, Governor of. See Figueredo.

-, letters dated at, 425, 442.

Terlon or Treslong. See Blois Willem van.

Termonde. See Dendermonde.

Terranova, Duke of. See Arragon, Charles d'.

Thanet, 'Tennett,' Isle of, grain sent to Low Countries from, 60, 518.

Theodore, Nicholas, ship-owner, complains of John Barker, 400.

Theron, Jean, agent of Prince of Orange, sent to arrange for granting Catholic church in Brussels, 608, 612.

Thevalle, Taval, M. de, Lieutenant, governor of Metz, created knight of St. Esprit, 493.

Theve (?), M. de, governor of Maestricht, 707 (2).

Thiant, Tiant. See Mrode.

Thibottan, M. de, 155.

Thomas, St, reference to, 366.

-, James,' 525.

Thorout, near Bruges, enemy at, 446.

Thou
-, Christophe de, First President of Parliment of Paris, Chancellor to Monsieur, 228
-, mentioned, 275, 606.

Throgmorton, Francis, brother of following, letter from Mauvissir to, 347.

-, Thomas, brother of above, 347
-, 523.

Tiant, M. de. See Mrode.

Tichborne,? Henry, English papist in Paris, 634.

Tiel, Tyellt, 642.

Tillebourg (Tilbury), castle of, taken by States troops, 215.

'Tillenie'. See la Noue, Odet de.

Timmermann
-, Antony, Jacobin friar, confessor to Jaureguy, to be executed, 627 (p. 577)
-, his confession, 628
-, to be executed, 631
-, his execution, 640, 642, 646.

Tirol
-, County of, German foot levied in, 275
-, people levied for Spanish king in, 588.

Todos, los Sanctos, in Brazil, bay of, 528.

Toledo
-, Ferdinand Alvarez de, Duke of Alva, 'Allvey,' persuades King of Spain not to go to Lisbon, 16
-, mentioned, 24, 92
-, Prince of Orange complains that King of Spain caused him to be condemned to death by, 56
-, asks leave to return home, 105
-, mentioned, 190
-, executed by 'picture' at Terceira, 389
-, his lodging blown up by gunpowder, 424
-, persuades Spanish King to aid Irish, 479
-, said to have had part in attack upon Prince of Orange, 627
-, reference to letter from, to King of Denmark, 704 (p. 648)
-, reference to insurrection in England contrived by, 712.

Toledo, Don Fernando de, the Grand Prior, son of the above, 105.

Tolte, Pierre de, Abbot of Pleinpi, sent to Rome, 389.

Tomar
-, 92
-, King Philip accepted as King of Portugal at, 190, 200, 209
-, 'St. Thomer,' 481.

-, letters and dispatches dated at, 90, 128.

Tomson
-, Thomson, Laurence, copy by, of statement of terms to be granted to English fleet serving Don Antonio, 144
-, mentioned, 233
-, drafts in hand of, 473, 474.

-, -, endorsements, etc. by, 23, 96, 106, 112, 113, 130, 141, 145, 155, 157, 160, 161, 162, 165, 179, 187, 198, 205, 206, 207, 232, 233, 234, 241, 290, 293, 299, 300, 301, 313, 319, 326, 330, 426, 477, 485, 523, 525, 537, 570, 571, 574, 599, 604, 689.

-, -, letter to, 710.

Tondorff, M. de, master of Prince of Orange's household, 213.

Tongerloo, abbey of, lands and revenue of, given to Prince of Orange, 580.

Torre, John Rodriguez de la, money taken from, by Englishmen, 401.

Torres, Alonso de, money taken from, by Englishmen, 401.

-, Montes, John de, money owing to, 401.

Torsay
-, 'Torcy,' 'Torse,' M. de, 63, 116
-, sent to treat for exchange of States' and Spanish prisoners, 239
-, mentioned, 409, 418, 551
-, reference to suit of, 634. [Probably two persons, qy. brothers
-, but not Jean de Blosset, baron de Torcy.]

'Tortone', town of, King of Spain takes from Duchess of Lorraine, 455.

Toulon in Provence, nearly surprised by King of Spain's means, 621.

Toulouse, Montmorency to confer with Monsieur at, 44.

Touraine
-, gentlemen of, accompany Prince Dauphin to England, 94
-, assembly of clergy in, 162
-, horse coming from, to serve Monsieur, 228
-, mentioned, 275.

Tour d'Auvergne
-, Henri de la, Vicomte de Turenne, appointed to be Monsieur's Colonel of light horse, 5
-, mentioned, 16, 24, 32
-, sent by Monsieur to see peace established in Languedoc, 62
-, employed to bring those of Dauphin to agree to pacification, 95
-, treating about peace, 99
-, with Monsieur, 287, 293
-, mentioned, 294
-, Monsieur wishes him to be ransomed or exchanged, 305
-, Huguenots desire ransom of, 318
-, ill, 352
-, talk of his ransom, 407
-, reference to his imprisonment, 445
-, suggested exchange with Egmont, 612
-, to be exchanged for de Selles, 643.

Tournay
-, 'Tornue,' 10, 19, 89, 186, 217, 328, 335
-, Parma thought to be besieging, 359
-, men of, repulse Parma, 372
-, siege of, 373
-, in danger to be lost, 383, 384
-, States' forces unable to succour, 388
-, Parma summons to yield, 394
-, friendship between Orange and Four Members rests upon, 395
-, attacked by enemy, 404, 410, 411
-, making a stout stand, 413
-, surrenders to enemy, 419
-, Parma places soldiers in, 420
-, reference to loss of, 422, 423
-, enemy's forces from, preparing to attack Meenen, 427
-, Parma plants court at, 431
-, government of, not given to any man, 446
-, reference to loss of, [?], 503
-, Parma garrisons with his own people, 510, 512
-, reference to capture of, 515
-, news from, 518
-, Parma at, 532
-, meeting of Malcontents at, 543
-, reference to siege of, 544
-, States-General of disunited provinces to be held at, 548
-, enemy preparing artillery at, 560 (2)
-, enemy at, rejoice at return of English nobles, and agree to take aid of Spaniards, 563
-, Prince of Epinoy accused of not attempting to relieve, 574
-, reference to loss of, 579
-, enemy's artillery ready at, 580
-, enemy goes towards, 605
-, Germans near, 611
-, Parma at, 612
-, enemy brings artillery from, 613
-, le Sieur visits Parma at, 617
-, reference to oration sold at, 627
-, mentioned, 636
-, d'Ancastro goes to, 640, 642
-, news from, 643
-, Anastro at, 646
-, mentioned, 697
-, Governor of, 707 (2)
-, mentioned, 716, 727.

-, letters dated at, 11, 329, 624.

Tournemine, Ren de, Sieur de la Hunaudaye, Lieutenaut-General in Basse-Bretagne, 190.

Tournon, Just, Count of, of Savoy, 572.

Tours
-, 'Towers,' 16, 44, 49, 63, 92, 122, 130, 148
-, Ambassadors visit, 190
-, mentioned, 200, 223
-, Don Antonio repairs to, 379, 408
-, Coss to surrender government of, 491, 493
-, mentioned, 517, 540, 657.

-, letters and dispatches dated at, 175, 176, 179, 180, 197, 219, 450.

Tower the, of London, 9, 107, 550.

Towerson, William, report on Spinola's succession signed by, 158.

Townsend, , 606.

Trappe, M. de la, with Monsieur, 293.

Travers, Travis, Walter, 66.

Trayll, Colonel, Governor of Menin, 707.

Treasurer, Lord. See Cecil, William.

Trent
-, Council of, reference to, 508
-, Pope's nuncio wishes to have ordinances of, exercised throughout France, 606, 669.

Treslong. See Blois.

Trigo, James, notary, certificate by, 441.

'Troulyon', valet of King's chamber, 210.

Truxillo, province of, 401.

Tuilleries, 'Twilleries,' 245.

Tunis, fort of, 553.

Tupper, Touper, John, servant to English embassy in Paris, 116.

Turenne, Viscount of. See Tourd' Auvergne.

Turin
-, 75
-, news from, 275
-, mentioned, 407.

-, letter dated at, 725.

Turk
-, the Grand Signior, 7, 32, 45
-, levies army, 69
-, King of Spain obtains peace for three years with, 94
-, troops of, 130
-, mentioned, 148
-, treaties made between Spain and, 176
-, sends ambassadors to various sovereigns to stand godfather to his son, 285
-, shows favour to English merchants, 351, 352
-, mentioned, 371
-, French King means to send person of title to, 391
-, ambassadors from, in France, 405
-, mentioned, 407
-, truce between Spanish King and, 414
-, mentioned, 423
-, Lansac provides ships to be used by King of Spain against, 459
-, Sivan Pasha returned to favour of, 588
-, makes peace with Persians, 698
-, presents made by, to English ambassador in Constantinople, 705
-, treaty to be concluded between Persia and, 716.

-, -, letters to, 234.

Turks
-, Infidels, overthrown by Moravians, 7
-, practices at Turkish Court to bring ladies to Romish religion, 45
-, defeated by Persians, 105
-, mentioned, 130
-, ambassadors from, in Paris, 351, 352, 371, 389
-, affairs of, debated on in French conncil, 391
-, concerning two ambassadors from, in France, 405, 407
-, King of Fez demands help from Spain against, 424.

Turk, ambassador from. See Asanaga.

Turner
-, John, of Exeter College [sic
-, but qy. George, of Balliol].

Turnhout, surrendered to States' army, 215.

Tuscany, Duke of. See Medici, Francesco Maria de'.

'Tylleglace' [Tyle-Glas (Hereford)], Burghley's 'house' of, 623.

Tymmerman, Maurice, Alderman of Lubeck, 381.

Tympel
-, 'Tempell,' Olivier van den, Governor of Brussels, colonel in the States' service, 123, 419, 432, 642
-, takes Alost, 706
-, mentioned, 707, 717.

Tynneycar, Thomas, merchant trading with Denmark, 704 (p. 649).

Typoots
-, Paulus, notary of London, 401
-, disposition made before, 558
-, copy of power of attorney certified by, 708.