Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 26, 1642-1643. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1925.
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Talbot, Gilbert, English secretary at Venice :
memorial presented by, 5, 100
-, appeals for Pisini, 77, 82, 114-116, 134
-, refers case home, 121, 122
-, appeal of Nicholas for, 214, 215, 224
-, favour promised to, 253, 254.
appeals for Domenico Minelli, 250, 251.
office on troubles in England, 281, 282
-, reply to, 282, 285
-, quoted in Mercurius Aulicus, 307.
presents letter of princess Palatine, 285, 288
-, reply to office, 288.
office about Bren's misconduct, 296
-, appeal for Bren, 296, 297, 303
-, French ambassador backs appeal, 300.
presents letter of Palatine, 303
-, appeal for Douglas, 303, 304.
Taunton, co. Somerset :
royalists capture, 289.
arbitrary methods of parliament in, 198
-, commotions caused by, 218, 222
-, king denounces and forbids payment of, 223.
Londoners grow tired of, 223
-, unwillingness to pay, 252.
effect of, in London, 252
-, effort to raise easily, 278
-, requires all attention of parliament, 279.
Garraway in prison for refusing to pay, 254.
relief for those owing money to those who pay, 260.
on food, English dislike of, 277.
-, See also beer
Teonville. See Thionville.
Texel [Prov. North Holland, Netherlands] :
Lion driven back to, 103n.
Thames, river :
Warwick's fleet anchored in, 47
-, command of mouth, 202.
king's plan to close above and below London, 197, 231, 306.
cargo of currants brought into, 254.
Vendme sails from, 258
-, Capuchins sail from, 269.
king cuts bridges to prevent Essex crossing, 268
-, royal army has difficulty in crossing, 272.
talk of bringing Dutch merchantmen into, 299.
Theobalds, Tibols, co. Herts :
king proceeding to, 6
-, Giustinian sees king at, 8
-, king leaves, 17.
Thionville, Teonville [Moselle, France] :
Beck tries to relieve, 302
-, Melo goes to help Beck at, 306.
Thuillerie. See Cognet, Gaspar, sieur de la Tuillerie.
Tibols. See Theobalds.
Tiger, merchantman :
seized at Falmouth, 243n.
Timolt. See Tynemouth.
taxes voted on, 277.
Tompkins, Nathaniel, M.P. :
arrested for conspiracy, 284
-, executed, 298
-, unfavourable impression caused by, 301.
Tortuga, near Hayti, island :
Spaniards extirpate English in, 43n.
threat to withdraw from London, 3
-, suffers from disorders, 90, 97.
Kent petition for reviving, 35.
Dutch hope will profit from embassy, 59
-, injured by bickering of English and Dutch, 134.
Jews employed to export goods, 252.
See also Cephalonia
-, Levant Co.
commissioners for :
preparing new book of rates 55
-, establish prices, 87
-, petition to, for importing currants, 233
-, not inclined to introduce currants from Morea, 254.
trained bands, militia, troops :
dispute with king over, 2, 6, 7, 55, 60, 110.
dispute with London about, command, 2, 3
-, leaders Puritans, 60.
ordered to reinforce Hull, 26
-, order disobeyed, 30.
doubt about obedience to parliament, 38
-, parliament measures to control, 60.
king makes offer about, 42
-, king forbids to obey parliament, 72.
review of, 60.
Hotham sends for Yorkshire, 61
-, who will not obey him, 66.
Welsh object to parliamentary commander, 65
-, Middlesex refuse to obey Holland, 72.
parliament orders to, in North, 78
-, king will not allow parliament to control, 100.
king demands control, 89
-, king appoints commanders for, 96.
offer to accept king's terms about, 108
-, king demands control of, 117.
submit to king at Leicester, 119
-, parliament tries to stop king's control, 123.
to co-operate against Portsmouth, 129.
march short distance out of London, with Essex, 159.
to stand ready to defend London, 181
-, 12 captains of resign, 182
-, captains drawn by lot to go outside London, 188.
new army formed from London, 188.
provincial, called on for defence of London, 192.
sent out from London under threats, 202.
from Northampton, take Banbury, 226.
of Devon raise siege of Plymouth, 252, 257, 261.
Traquair, earl of. See Stewart, John.
Trautmannsdorf, count Maximilian von, Tramesdorf, Traumesdorf, Traumestorf :
Roe hands powers to, which passes to mediators, 20
-, speaks of obtaining ratification from parliament, 27.
hopes to satisfy Roe, 28, 86
-, says distractions in England prevent conclusion, 67.
message to Giustinian, 113, 132.
Trelawny, Robert, of Plymouth :
ships of seized at Falmouth, 243n.
Trent, Council of :
profession of faith according to, 228.
Tromp, Martin van, Dutch Admiral :
ordered to meet queen, 1
-, seizes English ships sailing for Dunkirk, 120, 122, 127, 132.
stops troops leaving Dunkirk for Spain, 165
-, blockade of Dunkirk, 185.
sent for, to escort queen, 200
-, ready for her, 227
-, goes to Brill to send off parliament ships, 245.
allows king's frigates to leave Dunkirk, 273, 275.
-, See army
-, trained bands.
-, Tullerie, sieur de la. See Cognet, Gaspar.
Turchia, galleon :
takes currants from Cephalonia, 204.
Turkey and Turks :
English trade in cloth with, 114, 233.
Tuscany, grand duke of. See Medici, Ferdinand II. de'.
twentieth or 5 per cent. tax :
imposed by parliament, 216.
desire to push forward, 225, 228
-, collection of, 231
-, London corporation intends to collect, 234.
severity in collection of, 237, 240, 247, 252.
Tynemouth. Timolt, co. Northumberland :
king asked to withdraw garrison from. 110.
Tyreonnel, earl of. See O'Donnell, Hugh.