Taffilet, king of. See Muley Reshid Sherif.
Tangier, Tanger, N. Africa:
-, news from, 121, 137; letters from, 144.
-, expected benefit from treaty with Taffilet, 56; Allen to convey Howard to, 68; Howard hastening to, 86.
-, fortification on the land side, 62; has good walls on land side, 73.
-, efforts to secure by treaty with Taffilet, 73, 80, 178; Howard at, 115, 127.
-, Allen taking victuals and munitions to, 80; proposed to use galleys at, 81, 95, 136.
-, Moors preparing to assault, 94–5; Taffilet sends force of horse to, 104, 121.
-, new governor leaving for, 95; kept well supplied, 121.
-, Taffilet sends to, for surgeons, 137; Howard to return to, for instructions, 168.
-, English squadron escorts treasure fleet from Teneriffe to, 157.
-, proposed negotiations with Taffilet at, 170; Taffilet's plan to get possession of, 234; Howard advises strengthening defences, 239.
-, hope of treaty to secure, abandoned, 234, 239.
-, situation worsened, Moors preparing to attack, 244; peril relieved by Taffilet's defeat, 271.
-, king interested in building of galleys for, 253; heavy outlay upon, 260.
-, Louis making fresh attempt to purchase, 260.
-, governor of. See Middleton, John earl of.
-, lieutenant governor of. See Norwood, Col. Henry.
Tarchan, queen mother of Turkey: interest in succession, 55.
Tasca, Paris, Venetian consul at Genoa:
-, despatches to the Senate, 136, 148, 190, 193, 196, 200, 240.
taxation, suggestions for, to raise money for fleet, 313; Commons debating, 316.
Temple, Hester, married to Dodington: 270n.
-, Sir Richard, member for Buckingham:
influential in parliament, 269–70.
king aims at winning, 270; king makes Dodington resident because of, 286; appeal to Mocenigo for Dodington, 300.
-, Sir William, English resident at Brussels: 291.
and help for Venice, 1, 2, 6, 10; to see de Witt about, 4, 13; reports conference with de Witt, 5.
busy with affairs of triple alliance, 1; frequent conferences with Lisola and de Witt, 19; at Hague to treat of alliance, 104.
at work on commercial treaty, 87.
joins to ask explanations from Pomponne, 99.
Colbert inquires if acted on instructions, 99, 103; wants to get reprimanded, 101, 103; Colbert unable to get reprimanded, 110, 114; but gets king's promise to restrain him, 114.
king sends treaty to, to communicate to ministers at Hague, 174; Dutch want direction to, to admit emperor to alliance, 283.
arrives in London and reports postponement of Orange's visit, 282; Dutch changed attitude to Orange probable cause of visit, 288.
visit arouses Molina's suspicions, 282; supposed to have come about Lorraine, 285.
brings word that emperor disposed to enter alliance, 285; speaks to Mocenigo about alliance, 288.
effusives assurances to Mocenigo, 287–8; appeal to Mocenigo for Dodington, 300.
says Dutch in a panic about proceedings of France, 288.
Teneriffe, Canary islands:
-, treasure fleet held up at, by fear of pirates, 77; English squadron escorts treasure fleet from, to Tangier, 157.
Terceira, Terzere, Azores islands:
-, King Alfonso removed to, 70.
-, refuses obedience to Taffilet, 271.
Texel [Prov. N. Holland, Netherlands]:
-, E. India fleet arrives at, 231n; arrival of four ships from Indies at, 239.
-, York entertains prince of Tuscany on, 50.
-, medal of Dutch raid on, 58.
-, quantity of wine in,from Savoy, 73.
-, five ships from Indies arrive in, 239.
Thomas and Francis, merchantman:
-, sailing for Scanderoon, 280n.
-, phenomenal, at Weymouth, 85.
Tiger, Algerian warship, destroyed in action, 279n.
-, seized by Venice and released to Dutch, 7; exported by Levant Co., 153.
Toledo, Antonio Alvarez de, duke of Alva, relieves Oran, 121.
-, Don Giovanni de, d'Avila, proposal to send as ambassador to England, 112; assassinated at Brussels, 138, 145.
toleration, liberty of conscience:
-, Presbyterians to bring before parliament, 84; opposition of bishops to, 84–5.
-, petition of cloth workers for, 84; sure to be discussed in parliament, 85.
-, notable progress in, 85.
Torrington, earl of. See Monk, Christopher.
Toulon [Var. France]: English officers go to join French force for Candia, at 114.
-, Nointel and Turkish envoy sail together from, 232n.
Toulouse [Haute Garonne, France]:
-, archbishop of. See Bonsy, Pierre de.
Tour, Constantin Ignace de la, chevalier de Bouillon, chev. di Bouglione:
-, suggested choice as coadjutor of Cologne, 260.
-, Emanuel Theodor de la, cardinal de Bouillon, 260n.
Tour d'Auvergne, Henri de la, vicomte de Turenne, marshal of France:
-, has Marsilly kidnapped, 68n.
-, between England and Scotland, 73, 79.
-, French proposal for commercial treaty, 5; proposals renewed, 16–7, 38, 55, 63, 65, 67, 86; obstacles encountered, 40, 72; treaty practically concluded, 120.
-, value of English, in Turkey, 6; consideration of, prevents help for Venice, 20, 30; suspicion of French trickery over, 30.
-, Dunkirk unlikely to upset Amsterdam, 38–9; French want union with England to deprive Dutch of, 45, 58.
-, Savoy hopes to encourage English, at Nice, 39, 43.
-, England and France at one in trying to win American, 41; York favours buccaneering, to break down Spanish exclusiveness in, 61.
-, growing ill feeling against Dutch about, 87; Dutch seeking aggrandisement by, 100.
-, Arlington makes proposal to Colbert about, 103; advantage of English over French in, 103–4.
-, Guldenlow seeking reciprocity in, 104.
-, in Indies, strained relations between English and Dutch over, 108.
-, claim for English, beyond the line, 112.
-, English being outstripped in, by French and Dutch, 136.
-, English fears of revival of Venetian, in East, 139; Mocenigo's report on, 152–3.
-, efforts of Savoy to attract English, 140; hopes of, at Turin, 146; Genoa anxious about, 148.
-, Senate wishes to know Falcombridge's instructions about, 148; he is to make proposals to facilitate, 151; but only general commissions, 157.
-, Venetian hope of reviving, in cloth, 152.
-, most substantial part of English, with Porte, 183.
-, treaty with France revived by Madame, 209; Colbert fears effect of Madame's death on, 230; Godolphin doubtful about, 236.
-, commercial treaty signed with Denmark, 245.
-, Spaniards make no concession to English for, in America, 252.
-, English and French upset by Dutch cutting prices in, 266.
-, van Beuningen says only Dutch can carry on profitably, in Indies, 266.
-, Buckingham's negotiations touching, between England and France, 269.
-, threatened by circulation of base money, 305, 312.
-, difficulties between France and Dutch over, 320.
-, See also Aleppo, Alexandretta, Alexandria, almonds, America, beavers, Bosnia, caviare, Cephalonia, cinnamon, cloth, corn, currants, drugs, East India Co., East Indies, ginger, goosequills, hair, herrings, hides, hose, Indies, ink, iron, lead, lemons, Levant, Levant Co., merchants, Norway, oil, pepper, pilchards, Ragusa, salmon, salt fish, saltpetre, sardines, skins, Smyrna, Spalato, steel, sugar, Surinam, tin, West Indies, wine, wool, Zante.
treasurer, the lord. See Weston, Richard,
treasurer of the navy. See Carteret, Sir George.
treaty of 1662, between France and Holland: Pomponne demands observance, 59.
Trevor, Trevers, Sir John, secretary of State:
-, van Beuningen introduced to king by, 209.
triple alliance: 28.
-,-, Temple busy about, 1; Flanders to get benefit of, 9.
-,-, anxiety about continuance, 2, 4, 11; absorbs the greatest attention, 14.
-,-, Molina thinks poorly of, 4; Spanish efforts to tighten up, 6; Spain and Dutch urging re-establishment of, 25.
-,-, French efforts to break, 6, 46, 58; suspicion growing between members of, 31; commercial treaty with France contrary to, 63.
-,-, emperor expected to enter, 6; proposed inclusion, 60.
-,-, Swedish constancy to, doubtful, 11; Sweden sends powers for renewal, 30–1; further powers awaited, 33, 35–7.
-,-, obliged to support attacked party against aggressor, 21; renewal includes this obligation, 60.
-,-, Spain will pay cash to maintain, 34; Sweden expected to sign, 41; Mareschal demands payment first, 47.
-,-, English indifference about, 43; Charles only entered for good of Christendom, 51.
-,-, Spanish lack of money hampers, 52; position of the parties after renewal, 64–5, 67.
-,-, renewal reported from Holland, 58; reasons for Sweden joining, 62, 65; gains of Dutch and English by, 63; selfish policy of Dutch injures, 76.
-,-, dukes of Brunswick and Luneburg invited to join, 76; Denmark invited to enter, 78.
-,-, Polish election favourable to, 76; Council discusses details of, 109, 110.
-,-, Velasco insists on definite pledge of succour from, 78; proposed intervention to limit forces on both sides, 101.
-,-, all fighting shy of, 78; aversion of circle of Saxony to, 89.
-,-, surprise at Spanish carelessness about, 87; committed to demand explanation of French action, 99; lame French reply to, 100.
-,-, revival by Lisola's mission and sending of gold for Sweden, 95, 106–7; Lisola gives up talk of including emperor in, 109.
-,-, Colbert stirred by action of ministers of, at Hague, 99, 103; matters touching, to be dealt with by Colbert, 115.
-,-, review of position of, by Mocenigo, 106–7; held up over question of payment to Sweden, 107, 109; fate of depends upon solution, 109.
-,-, French consoled by signs of breaking up, 107; Colbert affects to expect dissolution, but French fear of, 118.
-,-, effect of Muscovy on Swedish share in, 115; objections to offensive alliance, 137.
-,-, Anglo - French commercial treaty a blow to, 120; effect of Venetian Turkish peace on, 128.
-,-, no formal decision in England about, 120; Montagu remonstrates in name of, at breaches of treaty of Aix, 123; obligations of allies in, 134, 156–7.
-,-, use to Charles for getting money from parliament, 124, 144, 146, 156, 158; helps king with parliament, 159.
-,-, Velasco objects to payments for, 128; Gamarra hard at work on, Velasco's attitude uncertain, 141; Godolphin reports Spanish evasiveness about, 159.
-,-, attention fixed on negotiations at Hague, but no news, 144–5.
-,-, Lisola's efforts for, 146; gets nothing from Velasco, 147; Velasco gives way and agreements made, 156–7.
-,-, advantages to parties from, 158; negotiations at Hague upon minor points of, 166.
-,-, Charles and ministers delighted about, 158; king avoids mentioning pledges of, to parliament, 162.
-,-, Falcombridge suggests imitation of, in Italy, 161.
-,-, Charles displeased with Velasco's behaviour about, 167; domestic affairs do not distract king's attention from, 173.
-,-, covenant of 3 powers to guarantee Spanish dominions, 169; Spanish fear of French upsetting, 172.
-,-, Lisola reports inclusion of emperor in, 170; his efforts for, 174–5.
-,-, French hope Madame will detach Charles from, 171, 179; Dutch fears of effect of Madame's mission on, 188, 203–4.
-,-, England fulfils every obligation of, 174; English suspect Louis of designs to thwart, 178, 184.
-,-, reasons for Charles remaining faithful to, 178; considered impossible to detach him from, 179; nothing fresh about, 202.
-,-, unpromising outlook for, 181; Falcombridge's opinion about, 183–4.
-,-, Spaniards would be exposed to French attack, if dissolved, 187; French hope to break through Orange, 190.
-,-, anxiety over Sweden's delay in ratifying, 191; Buckingham's negotiations tend to ruin, 281–2.
-,-, question of emperor joining, 210; Dutch policy to include others in, 215, 226.
-,-, interest of Charles to continue in, 212; van Beuningen confident of stability of, 226.
-,-, Dutch interest in maintaining, 233; not the same as the arbitration, 259.
-,-, England enjoys quiet procured by, 238; foremost part of England in, 284, 290.
-,-, French desire to detach England from, but considered impossible, 244; England would abandon if France gave equal trade advantages, 257.
-,-, Charles not inclined to invoke for Lorraine, 280; Dutch want to move, for Lorraine, 284.
-,-, Dutch move for inclusion of emperor in, 283; affair in Lisola's hands, 285; objections to emperor and German princes entering, 288; emperor certain to enter, 296.
-,-, Lorraine appeals to Charles as head of, 291.
-,-, Molina's confidence in persistence of, 291; Dutch complain of Spanish attitude, 292–3.
-,-, Charles puts finishing touches to, by undertaking arbitration, 295.
-,-, representations to, Charles to announce continuance in, 295; England continues to stand by, 306.
-,-, Molina relies on king's steady adhesion to, 317; France recognises that England bound in honour to, 317.
-,-, van Beuningen comforted by perseverance of Charles in, 318.
Tripoli, N. Africa:
-, Algerines take English prizes to, for sale, 189n.
Trotti, Monsignor, papal nuncio at Florence: Valier sees, about base money, 319.
Tunis, N. Africa:
-, French fleet off, 189n, 253; French stop English ships entering, 253.
-, burned in action with corsairs, 147n.
-, French stop unlading at Goletta, 253n.
Turenne, vicomte de. See Tour d'Auvergne, Henri de la.
Turin [Prov. Torino, Italy]: 190, 198.
-, despatches dated at, 138, 146, 180, 182–4, 187.
-, Falcombridge going to, 113, 139, 143, 179; he proposes to stay at, 161; he reaches, 182; he leaves, 189; he confers about trade at, 190.
-, Dodington's outbreak at, against French, 192, 293.
Turkey, Ottoman Empire, the Porte:
-, England afraid of offending, 6, 20, 30, 49; English subjects not to fight against, 29, 30.
-, English proposed to mediate between Venice and, 7; very tired of war but confident of taking Candia, 55.
-, circulation of bad money in, 31n, 54.
-, protest at against Algerians, 44; attack on Algiers may prevent help for, 94.
-, Venice wants to learn Winchelsea's opinion of operations against, 52; Winchelsea speaks of disturbances in, 54–5; his satisfaction at decadence of, 79.
-, designs on Malta and Sicily, 55; possible alliance of France with, 183.
-, Grimani gives Winchelsea news of, 59; Venice free from war with, 220.
-, report of peace with Venice, 90; Venice to keep conquests from, 128.
-, Venice formerly monopolised trade of, 139; Levant Co. carried trade to, 153.
-, fear of offending delayed Falcombridge's mission, 183; Falcombridge has powers to intervene in any treaty of, with Venice, 214.
-, alleged attempt of Venice to get English cloth banned in dominions of, 279; attempt denied, 300; quantity of cloth sent to, 312.
-, Caimecam of, representations to, about base money, 311.
-, fleet, strengthened by Barbary ships, 12; Algerine ships returning from, 113.
-, Grand Vizier of. See Kiuprili, Ahmad.
-, prince of. See Mustafa.
-, queen mother of. See Tarchan.
-, Sultan of. See Mahomet IV,
Turkey Company. See Levant Company.
-, sailing for Scanderoon, 280n.
Turkish baths, at Leghorn, 203.
-, pirates. See Barbary corsairs.
-, persistence of attacks on Candia, threaten Dalmatia, 12; press siege of Candia, 15–6; vigour of war, 113; Candia resisting bravely, 117, 126.
-, England can help Venice without knowledge of, 13; means for doing this discussed in Council, 20; fear that Douglas's Scots would be recognised by, 23; Louis confronts with help for Candia, 82, 90–1, 98.
-, hope that Allen may cause diversion for, 114.
-, Candia surrendered to, 126.
-, slaves, captured by Allen, 126.
-, emperor should fear irruption into Hungary, 170.
-, Harvey complains to, about base money, 312.
Turner, Sir Edward, speaker of the House of Commons:
-, informs king of deletion in journals of dispute with Lords, 165.
-, Sir William, lord mayor of London:
uproar against, in the Temple, 29.
Tuscany, grand duke of. See Medici, Cosimo II; Cosimo III; Ferdinand I and Ferdinand II de'.