Tadcaster, co. York, Fairfax joins Scots at, 96.
Talbot, Sir Gilbert, English resident at Venice :
presents memorial on king's affairs, 15, 16
-, offers levy to Venice, 55, 56, 72.
appeal for Bren, 59, 60
-, Nicholas sends to by Agostini, 92, 98
-, new letters of credence for, 180.
announces leave and presents memorial, 101, 103
-, at Paris, reports Venetian offers to king, 114.
applies to Senate for loan to king, 178-185, 191
-, reply to, 182, 184, 185.
claim to be treated as resident, 180, 181, 187, 191, 192.
gold chain for, 184
-, leaves without it, 187, 192
-, Nani's office with queen about, 194, 195.
presents memorial for Ricaut, 185, 187
-, arrives in Paris, 195.
Talent, English merchantman, of London, at Leghorn, 177.
Tamar, River, Fairfax forces passage, 250.
Taunton, Tampton, co. Somerset :
Goring besieges, 197, 198
-, Goring repulsed at, 202
-, siege raised, 203.
Tavistock, co. Devon :
letters dated at, 141, 152n
-, proclamation dated at, 242.
Kent insurgents demand exemption from, 3
-, difficulty of collecting, 21
-, poor returns from, 25.
imposed on food and clothing, 3, 57
-, arbitrary methods of, 29.
total value of, 29
-, overseers appointed for, 39
-, new, on flesh and fowls, 57
-, of one meal per week per family, 88.
confirmed for six months, fresh contemplated, 84
-, foreign ministers not exempt from, 162
-, city claims relief from, 264.
See also, customs
Taylor, Sergt. Maj., punished for slandering Essex, 98n.
Teim. See Tyne.
Teran, Adam, suggested engagement for Venetian fleet, 255.
Texel, Netherlands, 215 :
privateer chases royal ship into, and arrested, 97
-, levies to be taken to, 294, 297.
Thames, River, 27, 34 :
Kent rebels take guns from ships in, 2
-, king proposes to block above London, 3
-, Hopton neglects to occupy shores, 51.
Danish ship brought into, 7
-, ship with money seized in, 9
-, Piccolomini's ship brought into, 97, 99.
boatmen, wherry men, of, enlisted for army, 19, 21.
Thionville, Tionville [Moselle, France], French take, 10.
Thuillerie. See Cognet, Gaspard.
Tiger, of Rotterdam, parliament ships capture, 105.
Tindel, —, merchant, going to Zante for currants, 43.
Tionville. See Thionville.
Tombrich. See Tunbridge.
Tonmandel ? Crondall, co. Hants, 57.
Torrington, co. Devon, Fairfax defeats Hopton at, 247, 248.
Torstensson, Lennart, Swedish general, invades Holstein, 66n.
Tossiter. See Towcester.
Tour, Frederick Maurice de la, duke of Bouillon, Buglion, offers troops to Charles, 220.
Towcester, Tossiter, co. Northants :
royalists fortify, 41
-, Rupert repulses enemy at, 44
-, Manchester sent to besiege, 60.
trade, king tries to divert from London, 52.
See also bombasine
-, East India Co.
-, Levant Co.
-, Levant Islands
-, New England
trained bands, militia :
council set up for, in London, 13
-, given to Essex for Gloucester relief, 14, 16.
sent to Waller, 16
-, Wilmot attacks on march, 18
-, bore brunt at Newbury, 27
-, heavy losses, 29.
muster of, proposed reinforcing, 27
-, triumphant return, 29.
refuse further service, punishment, 32
-, Essex allows men to find substitutes, 36.
Waller to have command, 34
-, Waller takes to oppose Hopton, 36
-, desert, 44, 46
-, losses at Basing, 46.
withdrawal weakens army of Essex, 51
-, may be called out for army, 80.
inclined to peace, 54
-, peace move among, 64
-, objections to serve, punished, 98.
to be sent to front, 94, 104
-, review of, 104.
kept in instant readiness, 103
-, leave Waller, return to London, 121
-, five regiments sent from London after Lostwithiel, 140, 142
-, linger, 145.
strengthen Manchester's army, 147
-, return to London, 166.
trees, felled about London, for fuel, 30, 106.
Trenchfield, Transfil, Thomas, captain of the Northumberland, 177.
Trent, River, 77, 87.
suggested boundary for Scots, 160
-, king retains no town north of, 238.
Triangle, English ship, leave asked to sail from Porte, 310.
-, Martin van, arrests parliament captain, 84, 90
-, asks instructions if English help Gravelines, 117
-, suspected designs to take prince to Holland, 218.
Tullerie. See Cognet, Gaspard.
Tunbridge, Tombrich, co. Kent, taken by parliament troops, 2.
Tunis, N. Africa, English ships trading to, 198, 199.
See also Barbary.
Turin [prov. Torino, Italy], Digby to visit, 175.
Turkey and Turks :
decide quarrel between English and French, 93
-, will profit by English differences, 109
-, excitement over capture of galleon, 170
-, great naval preparations, 176.
Venetian anxiety about, 181-3, 185, 191, 194
-, order arrest of Bailo, 193.
association formed by Nevers against, 200
-, raid in Cornwall, 209.
danger of using English ships, 199
-, Levant Co. fears injuring trade with, 248, 250.
objection to Venice using English ships, 205, 253
-, violence to foreign captains, 322.
English would like to take Crete, 216
-, parliament wants Venice to ask for help against, 246.
Venice wants Charles' help with, for peace, 258
-, think of using English and Dutch ships, 266, 320, 322.
Venice seeks pope's help against, 282
-, pope laments power of, 305.
-, fleet 117, 193, 194.
Venice declines offer of English and Dutch to attack, 219
-, energy in equipping, 239
-, Teran ready to fight with Dutch ships only, 255
-, Digby's project to destroy, 285, 287.
Captain Pasha. See Fasli.
Chislar, Aga. See Zambul.
Grand Vizier of. See Kara Mustapha
Mufti. See Muid Ahmed.
ships. See ships, Turkish.
Sultan of. See Ibrahim.
Tuscany, grand duchy of, peace with Barberini, 96 :
grand duke of. See Medici, Ferdinand II. de.
twentieth, tax of, revised and increased, 29.
Tyne, Teim, River :
Newcastle guarding passage, 77
-, Gen. King crosses, 79
-, Scots cross, 83, 85, 87.
-, co. Northumberland, besieged, 152
-, taken, 153.