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'Index: T', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 9: 1599 (1902), pp. 491-493. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111811 Date accessed: 01 August 2014.


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Taafe, Captain, 146.

Tactics for defence against invasion, discussed, 338.

Talbot :

Edward, 242, 396.

Elizabeth, letter from, 133.

Gilbert, Earl of Shrewsbury, 396, 408

— letters from, 151, 175.

John, letter to, 133.

Mrs., 9.

Thomas, widow of, 133.

Talkarne, John, letter from, 290.

Tapestry, bedding and silver plate sent to Berwick, 353.

Tartar, the, overthrown by the Christians, 205.

Tasborough, Taseborough, Tasburgh, Tasborowe :

Sir John, 181.

Sir Thomas, his knighthood by the Earl of Essex, 162, 180.

— letters from, 175, 180, 216.

— explanation how he was drawn on into going to Ireland, 175.

— imprisonment of, debt due to, &c., 216.

Mr., 129.

Taunton, Somerset, 96.

Tauris, country of, 219.

Tavistock, 193.

letters dated at, 120, 154.

Taxation, for military service, 69, 190.

Taxigo. See Staxigoe.

Tayler, William, master mariner of Hull, 349.

Taylor, Richard, letter signed by, 369.

Tayte, William, a Scottish pledge, 17, 107.

Teig or Teigg, Dr., preacher in the province of Munster, 278, 279.

Teige, Keigh, 122.

Temple :

Robert, Bachelor in Divinity, 397.

William, letters from, 134, 156, 161, 232, 235, 243, 340.

— mention of his wife, 161, 243.

— his assistance used, in making transcripts, 270.

Tenant, one, a Scot, a physician resident for a time at Salisbury, contents of his trunk, 378.

Tench, Mr., of Sandwich, 84.

Teneriffe, Isle of, 116.

Tents required for defence of the powder and match from the weather, 337.

Terceira (the Terceras), 312.

plague at, 362.

Teviotdale (Tevedale, Tevidale), Scottish pledges from, 17.

the offended of, 431.

Tewme. See Toome.

Thames, River, breadth opposite Barking church, and depth, 282.

schemes for defence of, 274, 281, 282, 322, 328.

Thanet and the Downs, measures for defence of, 276.

Theobalds, 118.

keeper of the fowl at, 222.

letters dated at, 32, 118.

Thimblethorp, Mr., a gentleman of Norfolk, 201.

Thiel passage, 169.

Thirty-Eight, letter from, 37.

Thisleworth, Thissleworth, 87.

letter dated at, 51.

Thomas :

Valentine, 1, 54.

William, 271.

Thomond, Earl of, Colonel of Foot in Ireland, 146, 147.

objections to the cessing of his footmen in Limerick, 354.

Thompson, Thomson, Tomson :

Mr., merchant, 236.

Lawrence, letters from, 29, 400.

Richard, letters from, 170, 301.

— of Clare Hall, letter signed by, 419.

Thornburgh, Edward, letter from, 410.

Thornton, Sir G., Provost Marshal in Ireland, 148.

Thorpe :

Mr., a citizen of London, 56.

Thomas, letter from, 134.

Throckmorton, Throckmorten, Throgmorton :

Sir Arthur, 78.

— letter from, 291.

— a commissioner of the musters in the co. of Northampton, 303.

Captain, 28.

— serving under Sir Robt. Sydney, 133.

George, letters from, 8, 50.

John, letters from, 193, 381.

Thumery, Mons. J. de. French ambassador, letters from, 221, 295, 317, 343.

present of peaches from the Queen to, 317.

Thurscros, Luke, letter signed by, 388.

Thurso (Ferso), in Caithness, 34.

Thurston, Robert, Constable of St.

Botolph s, Billingsgate, 107.

Thwynge, Nicholas, lay brother at Rome, 200.

Tichborne, Father, Jesuit at Rome, 200.

Tilbury, master of the carriage of the army at, 286.

Tilmouth, letter dated at, 217.

Tin, the. negotiations with regard to, 220, 382.

a trader in. in Cornwall, 225. See also Coinage.

Tipper, Patrick, Agent of the County of Kildare, letter from, 195.

Tofftes, letter dated at, 420.

Tolderbye, Mr., 425.

Tolkarne, Captain, 231, 440.

Tolhuys (Tolehouse, the), 82.

Tolson, Richard, 229.

Toms, Richard, master mariner, 155.

Tooke, Walter, 397.

Tooker, Dr., Fellows' objection to his appointment as master, 393, 394, 395

Toome (Tewme) in the Clandeboyes, suitable for a garrison, 100.

fort of, 102

Topclyffe, Topcliff :

Richard, letter from, 9.

Mr., charged with conspiracy, 60.

Topclyfe's stamp, men of, their character, 215.

Topham, Henry, 397.

Torbay, defence of, 274.

Torhanogly, one, of an ancient family in Persia, leads a rebellion, 219.

Totnes, defence of, 274.

a merchant of, 201.

Totteridge, writ-serving at, 198.

Toulouse, Mons. de Joyeuse receives an affront in, 98.

the Edict of Nantes refused in, 123.

Tournay, 61, 84, 86.

Towcester (Toster), 97, 113.

Tower of London. Lieutenant of the, 319.

Townshend, Mr. Justice, on the Council of Wales, 400.

charges against, 415, 416.

Towstocke, letters dated at, 193, 206.

Tracy, Tracye :

—, messenger from the Earl of Southampton, 173.

— attending on the Earl of Essex, 413.

Sir John, 181.

Mr., 156.

Captain Nic., 146, 330.

Trained men, a term of deceit, 338.

Transilvania, wars, &c. in, 219.

Prince of, the Ambassador from, in Constantinople, a fiction and a spy, 204, 219.

Trant, Richard, in Dingell, 280.

Traves, John, Commissioner of the Victualling in Carrickfergus, 196.

Treasurer (Lord), effect of the delay in appointing a, 15.

a new, 173.

Treffry (Trefrie, Treffrie), William, of Fowey, Justice of Peace in Cornwall, 320, 409.

letters from, &c., 152, 326 (2), 409.

Tregunwell, Mr., question of his religion, his wife a Recusant, 177.

Tregoose. See Goes.

Trehane, Mr., 64.

Trelawne, in Cornwall, manor of, 371.

Trelawny :

Eli., letter from, 371.

Mr., in France, 371.

Trenchard, Sir George, letter from, 176.

Treport, 277, 278.

Tresham (Tressame) :

Mr., 392.

Peter, 133 (2).

W. or William, letters from, 391, 392.

— brother of, letters from, received, causes of his leaving England, &c., 392.

— a servant of, 389.

Trevaincus, Mr., 224.

Trevanian, Mr., connected with the mines in Cornwall, &c., 437.

Trever :

Mr., captain of one of H.M. pinnaces, 145, 182.

William, letter signed by, 396.

Trevor :

Capt., 331.

John, letter from, 277.

Trew, brother of Walter Bagot, 46.

Trewe, Andrew. Alderman of York, 397.

Trim (Trymm), 330.

Troughton, John, 428.

Truro, Tryro, in Cornwall, mentioned, 224, 225.

a suspected person at, 218.

Trwyn, house of, “from whom Lord Burghley descended,” 412.

Tuam, Archbishop of, 404.

Tunstall, 164.

Turin, citadel of, 300.

Turkey (“the Turk”), the Grand Seignior of, 204, 205.

treaty with, 123.

his countries spoiled, &c., 219.

the Queen's present to, greatly expected, 220.

a journey to, projected, 55.

Turner, Robert, lay brother at Rome, 200.

Turpyn, William, of Knaptoste, Leicester, wardship of son of, 378.

Tuscany, Grand Duke of, arrests English ships, 79, 80.

Tutbury, Race of, survey of, 115.

Tybbott ne Long, 423.

Tynemouth, H.M. Castle at, the question of ships striking sail when passing, 119.

search and examination of ships arriving within the port of, 189.

Typper, William, letter from, 55.

Tyrconnel, the forces of, in Connaught, 186.

Tyrone, Earl of. See O'Neill.

Tyrell, Captain, 121, 122.

Tyrie, Thomas, arrival in London, 151.

Tywell, letter dated at, 94.



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