Tailer, William, letter from, 34.
Talbot, George, Earl of Shrewsbury, secretary and servants of, aid the Queen of Scots, 209.
Tangier, King Sebastian arrives at, 485. And see Sebastian.
-, Portuguese in garrison at, 489.
Tanner, Edmund, Irish Bishop of Cork, is returning to Ireland, 204, 236.
-, -, courteous treatment of, in Portugal, 245.
-, -, arrives in Ireland, 285; in custody of Bishop of Waterford, whom he has converted, 288; recommended by the Pope, 293; is released and goes freely about his diocese, 294
-, -, letter from, 81.
Tarragona (Daragona) [in Spain], 414.
Tautenburg, Frederic Schenck de, Archbishop of Utrecht, letter to, 232.
Tavora (Taula), Christovao, “next in authority” to King Sebastian, 444.
Téligny, [Charles, Sieur de], son-in-law of Admiral Coligni, killed in the massacre of St. Bartholomew, 36, 41.
Tergoes (Tergus), ships at, 106.
Terracina, Knights of Malta come to, 284.
Ter Veere or Camphere, reported offer to place, in Requesen's hands, 248.
Terzo, Filippo, with King Sebastian, 444, 445.
Tetuan, captured soldiers made slaves at, 510.
Thomastown, in Leinster, a walled town, 157.
Thomond, in Munster, description of, its lords, cities, &c., 160.
-, bishoprics in, 161.
-, Lord or Earl of. See O'Brien.
Thoré (Toré, Ture, Torres) [Guillaume de Montmorenci], Seigneur de, said to be in Alençon's conspiracy, 150.
-, -, craves aid for French rebels, 184.
-, -, at the Assembly at Basel, 194.
-, -, enlisting Swiss for the enemy, 213.
-, -, attempt to poison, 248
-, -, marching towards Paris, 265.
Thüringen, reiters levied in, 215.
Tiepoli [Paulo], envoy from Venice to Spain, at Turin, 30; at Rome, 107, 256.
Tirconnel, province of, Ulster, held by O'Donnell, 152.
Tivoli (Tegoli, Thivoli), inhabitants of, 381, 383.
-, traveller from, 331.
Toledo, vacant see of, funds of, 344, 350, 389, 391.
-, Archbishop of [Cardinal Quiroga], 350, 362; in relation to the English enterprise, 338, 341, 352; and to the Irish enterprise, 358, 391.
Toledo, Ferdinando Alvarez de, Duke of Alva. See Alva, Duke of.
-, Don Frederic de, son of the Duke, attacks the Prince of Orange, 44; at Mons, 55.
-, -, has taken Naarden, 79.
-, -, exploits of, commended by the Pope, 125.
Torcello. Bishop of. See Delfino, John.
Torcy (Torsi, Tursi), Baron de, at the baptism of the French King's daughter, 89; expected at the Court, 151.
-, -, said to be in Alençon's conspiracy, 150.
Torres, Don Fernando or Hernando de, letters sent under cover to, 547.
Toulouse, Prior of, death of, 285.
-, -, successor of. See Wyse, Sir Andrew.
-, a gentleman of, 147.
Touraine, held in appanage by the Duc d'Alençon, 357.
-, revenues in, of Mary Queen of Scots, ibid.
Tournay, Anabaptists burned at [in 1562], 130.
Tours, the Queen of Navarre at, 6; the King of Navarre goes to, 25.
-, Salviati's visit to, 316, 317.
-, (Torsi), deanery of, vacant, 356; in the gift of the King, 357.
-, late Dean of. See Morvilliers.
-, letter dated at, 306.
-, President of, curator of the revenues of the Scottish Queen, 128.
-, St. Martin of, Chapter of, 357.
Tralee (Traglie), a walled town in Desmond, 160.
Trent, letters sent by way of, 312, 322.
-, Council of, non-observance of, 63, 118; alluded to, 121.
-, -, “publication” of, in Flanders, 354.
Treslong (Terlon), Louis de Bloys, Seigneur of, to be General of the States' artillery, 201.
-, (Turlone), William de Blois, Seigneur de, Vice-Warden of Antwerp Castle, imprisonment of, 334, 385.
Trêves. See Trier.
Tridentine decrees, progress of the Reformation in France arrested by, 81.
Trier or Trêves, Spanish troops going towards, 27.
Trimblestown (Tremenstone), co. Meath, 153.
Truchsess [Gebhardt], quondam Bishop of Cologne, cavalry under command of, 393.
Tuam, Archbishopric of, 161.
Tunis, affair of, 134; province of, importance of preserving, 134, 135.
-, King of, suggested title for Don John of Austria, 148, 170.
-, kingdom of, not assured in the hands of the Christians, 170.
Turenne, [Henri de la Tour d'Auvergne] Viscount of, said to be in Alençon's conspiracy, 150.
Turin, the legate to be stayed at, 51.
-, letters dated at, 32 (?), 49, 53, 148, 176, 182, 189, 194, 202, 278, 330, 332, 355, 357, 451.
-, news-letters from, 118.
-, nuncio at. See Federicis, de; see Lauri.
-, secretary at. See Cli.
-, travellers to, 62, 201, 523.
Turk, the Grand, or Sultan of Turkey,
league against, 13, 385. And see proposed enterprise against; and Gregory, Pope, league proposed by.
-, position of, in regard to European affairs, 23, 25.
-, and the restoration of Cyprus, 28.
-, in relation to France and the French King, 31, 45, 67.
-, fear that he may next year come in greater force, 48.
-, proposed enterprise or armada against, 51, 57–60, 72, 94, 142, 170, 263, 266, 271, 280.
-, -, suggested leader of. See Austria, Don John of.
-, differences between Venice and. See Venice.
-, Venice makes peace with, 99, 102, 106.
-, taking of Cyprus by, alluded to, 106.
-, danger of the harassing of Hungary by, 112; his detestation of the House of Austria, 113.
-, preparations for defence against, 144.
-, murder of his brothers by, 195.
-, may come out against Spain, 240.
-, States of Morocco seized for, 281.
-, doubt as to his intentions, 293.
-, confederates against, list of, 385.
-, reported truce with, 401, 406.
-, reported projects concerning, 506. And see Amurath.
-, designs and rout of, alluded to, 526.
-, in relation to the Levantines, 538.
Chiaus expected from, at Venice, 195.
Turkish fleet, the, places to be guarded against, 135; no news of, 172; provision for defence against, 174; news concerning, 259; contradictory reports concerning, 302; a defensive league against, necessary, 303.
-, galleys, Captain of. See Ucchiali.
-, gun, 372.
-, ships, 244, 401; captured, 286.
Turks, the King of France tries to amuse, 27.
-, war against, Spanish expenditure on, 142.
-, proposal to arm Muscovites, &c., against, 193.
-, slain by Christian captives, 244.
-, Englishmen captured and enslaved by, 244.
Tuscany or Florence, Grand Duke of, Cosmo de Medicis, 4.
-, -, suggested action of, 24.
-, -, reported aid given by, to the Protestant party in the Netherlands, 29.
-, -, counter-report that he has sent proposals and money to Alva, 30.
-, [François Marie de Medicis], title of, to be settled, 174.
-, -, scandal concerning, 252.
-, -, a confederate against England, 385.
Tusculum, document dated at, 397.
Tyrconnel, Lord, the Pope writes to, 203.
Tyrone, Earl of. See O'Neill.
Tyrone (Tirone), province of Ulster, held by O'Neill, 152.
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