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Pages 650-653

Calendar of State Papers Foreign: Elizabeth, Volume 13, 1578-1579. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1903.

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Taffin
-, Jacques, Agent of Prince of Orange, loan negotiated by repudiated by Holland, 356
-, 'Treasurer Taffin,' dispute submitted to, by men of Flushing, 676.

Tagus, the river, 682.

Taitha, George de (de Attaide), Bishop of Viseu, 689.

Talbot
-, George, Earl of Shrewsbury, Mary, Queen of Scots in his custody, 228
-, refuses to communicate with Agent of the Guises, 686.

Tamacena, in Morocco, 210.

Tamberg, Baron. See Thannberg.

Tancifet, river in Morocco, 210.

Tassis, Jean Battiste de, Secretary to Don John, 194, 195.

Tauxin. See Toxain.

Teligny, Madame de. See Coligny, Louise de.

Templar, Colonel, his regiment at Enghien, 61, 62, 63.

Temple, du Temple. See Tympel.

Temswick, slaughter of peasantry at, by French, 573.

Tenions. See Thiméon.

Tenth penny, levy of the, 623 (p. 468).

'Terce', Castle of, taken by the Estates, 271.

Termonde. See Dendermonde.

Terranova, Nova Terra, Duke of. See Aragon, Charles d'.

Tetuan, in Morocco, 210 (p. 168).

Teutonic Knights, Great Master of (Prussia), 131.

Thannberg, Tamberg, Baron, accredited by Emperor to the Estates, 614.

Theobalds, Tybaldes, co. Herts, Lord Burghley's house at, 255.

Thetford, co. Suff., letters dated at, 158, 159, 160.

Thevalle, Theval, M. de, late Governor of Metz, offers to raise troops for Duke of Anjou, 9 (p. 7).

Thiennes, letter dated at, 683.

Thieuloie, M. de la, 379.

Thiméon, Tenions, Timéon, letters from camp at, 278, 279, 286, 291.

Thompson. See Tomson.

Thoré, M. de. See Montmorency, Guillaume de.

Throgmorton, Frogmortonne, Mr., in Flanders, 22.

Thys, —, French officer, killed at Borgerhout, 595.

Tiel, on the Rhine, French in service of Estates at, 125.

-, letter dated at, ibid.

Tielmont, Tillemont. See Tirlemont.

Tilloye, Tylye, M. de, late Governor of Bourboury, 60.

Timéon. See Thiméon.

Tinterville, M. de, persuades Duke of Anjou to return to France, 496.

Tipper
-, Typper, William, of London, complaint against patent (of hostage of merchant strangers) granted to, by Queen, on behalf of merchants of Antwerp, 571
-, Sir Christopher Hatton concerned with, ibid. (p. 426).

Tirlemont
-, Tielmont, Tillemont, Don John's army near, 87 bis, withdraws to, 142, 157
-, sacked by the Estates' troops, 318
-, Estates' camp to be moved to, 329, 338, 350, 351, moved to, 358.

Tirlemont. See Hakendover.

Tisserans, of Ghent, 444.

Toledo
-, Ferdinand Alvarez de, Duke of Alva, his 'placards' against English trade, 131
-, the Prince of Orange copies his example, 443
-, his death reported, 468 (p. 360)
-, his son Don Frederick reported to have been beheaded, 504 (p. 385), by the Inquisitors, 516
-, reported arrest of Don Frederico, his son, for murder, 560
-, reported to be under arrest, 609.

Tomson
-, Thompson, Lawrence, Walsingham's Clerk, letter from, to Davison, with enclosure for M. de Villiers, 26
-, letter from, to Davison on dispute between Nicholas Loddington and Mr. Travers, 300
-, mentioned, 327 (p. 251)
-, letters to from Rossel to request his good offices qua salary, 427, 493, 521
-, mentioned, 512
-, letters from, on behalf of Walsingham, to Davison, 527, 660
-, Davison alludes to letter from, 670
-, letter from, to Davison, 672.

-, endorsement, &c., by, 4, 9, 18, 27, 31, 45, 53, 60, 72, 77, 79, 83, 88, 91, 93, 96, 100, 104, 120, 128, 129, 142, 146, 147, 148, 154, 155, 156, 159, 184, 185, 191, 192, 194, 197, 207, 208, 209, 228, 241, 251, 262, 264, 265, 284, 287, 295, 304, 309, 323, 333, 339, 340, 344, 346, 349, 353, 359, 360, 367, 373, 374, 375, 376, 377, 379, 382, 383, 385, 389, 391, 394, 397, 399, 406, 408, 409, 410, 430, 448, 454, 464, 465, 466, 475, 479, 483, 485, 486, 491, 495, 497, 499, 504, 511, 526, 551, 552, 565, 568, 569, 573, 577, 578, 603, 604, 608, 609, 616, 618, 620, 632, 636, 646, 649, 650, 651, 673, 674, 679, 680.

-, letters and dispatches from, 26, 300, 527, 660, 672
-, to, 427, 493, 521.

Tongeren. See Tongres.

Tongerlo, M., commands company for Prince of Orange at Ath, 60 (p. 48).

Tongres, Tongeren, Estates' camp at, 358.

Toul, historical allusion to, 130.

Toulouse
-, Queen-Mother goes to, 323
-, Damville at, 393
-, merchants of, complain against the Governor of Guernsey, 402, 525
-, mentioned, 423
-, Queen-Mother in, 494 (p. 377)
-, Queen-Mother goes to, 619.

Tournai
-, Tournay, description of, 58
-, expenses at, 59
-, garrisoned by Baron de Chevreaux, 263
-, demanded by Duke of Anjou, 283, 295 (p. 225)
-, town near, sacked by French, 329
-, plot to secure secession of, from the Estates, 338
-, people of, bar passage of Scheldt to participants in the Union of Utrecht, 339 (p. 259)
-, Duke of Anjou molests, 362
-, Spanish intrigue in, 363, 367
-, rumoured surrender of, to French, 374
-, 'religion wlitz' accepted in, 407
-, impending reconciliation of, to Spain, 413 (p. 322), 425
-, letter from the Estates of, to the Estates General, welcoming their negotiation of peace by means of the Emperor and assuring them of their loyalty meanwhile, 437
-, counteracts treason of Arras, 449, hesitates to join with, 535
-, estimated charge on, for army of the Estates, 585
-, professes loyalty to the Estates, 601
-, 'stay' of goods, destined for Artois, in, 629
-, hesitates to send deputies to the Estates, 638
-, represented at meeting of the Estates General, 647, 656.

-, Governor. See Hainault, Seneschal of.

Tournesis
-, province of, 58
-, threatened plunder of, by unpaid, mutinous, soldiery, 292
-, estimate of military contribution from, to the Estates, 585
-, represented on the assembling of the Estates General, 647, 656.

Toxain
-, Tauxin, 450, 451
-, 'sound of their parish bell,' 455.

Trade :—
-, Merchant Adventurers expelled from Hamburg, in retaliation for 'destruction of the trade' of the London Hanse, 29, 30
-, memorandum touching, 131, 132, 133
-, claim of the Merchant Adventurers to exemption from export and import duties in the Netherlands, 258
-, the question of the expulsion of the Merchant Adventurers from Hamburg, letter from the Senate, 273, 274
-, articles of complaint by the Merchant Adventurers with replies in detail by the Estates General, 280, 281
-, expelled from Hamburg
-, retaliation on the London Steelyard, 503
-, protest in Antwerp against Tipper's patent, 571
-, William Harborne obtains equal rights for English in Turkey with French, Venetians and Poles, 613
-, list of shipments out of England by Merchant Strangers from Hamburg, 624, 625, 626
-, Portuguese protest against trade between England and Morocco in munitions of war, 636
-, trade to Hamburg forbidden and the privileges of the London Steelyard cancelled conditionally by decree of the Privy Council, 644
-, Staplers' fleet at Bruges, 646
-, statement of disadvantages Englishmen suffer under, trading to Dantzig, Hamburg and Lübeck, 664.

-, English with Antwerp in baize, 'northern dozens,' &c., 280.

-, English with Bilbao and Bayona in Galicia, 32.

-, English with Hamburgh in kerseys, &c., 624, 625, 626, 665.

-, English with Holland and Zealand, in wool, 164.

-, English with Morocco in munitions of war, 636.

-, English with Portugal from Southhampton and Chichester in corn, 47.

-, English with Russia, 664.

-, Flemish in 'baies' and 'clothing,' 58.

-, Lübeck with Iceland, 577.

-, Morocco with England in saltpetre and sugars, 636.

-, in alum, 34, 35, 509.

-, in 'baies,' bays, in Flanders, 58
-, from England to Hamburg, 665.

-, in 'clothing,' in Flanders, 58, 624, 627.

-, in copper, from Hamburgh to Bilbao, 32.

-, in corn, from Chichester to Portugal, 47.

-, in cottons, from England, 624, 627.

-, in diamonds, from Antwerp, 429.

-, in Hampshire kerseys, to Hamburg, 665.

-, in iron cannon balls, from England to Morocco, 636.

-, in kerseys, from England, 624, 627, 664, 665.

-, in lead, from England, 624.

-, in long Kentish cloths drest, to Hamburgh, 665.

-, in northern dozens, from England, 280, 624, 665.

-, in pewter, from England to Hamburgh, 665.

-, in saltpetre, from Morocco, 636.

-, in saies or scies, from Lille, 58.

-, in short cloths, from England to Hamburg, 665.

-, in Suffolk cloths drest, to Hamburgh, 665.

-, in sugars, from Morocco, 636.

-, in tuft-mockadows, from England, 624, 627.

-, in wax, from Harwich to Bilbao, 32.

-, in woad, from Bordeaux to Nantes, 402, 525.

-, in wool, from England to Holland and Zealand, &c., 164, 624.

-, in 'Worcester long,' from England to Hamburg, 665.

Travers
-, Walter, chaplain to the English House of the Merchant Adventurers at Antwerp, silenced by the Governor
-, Walsingham intervenes, 299
-, Lawrence Tomson espouses his cause, 300
-, report by Davison, 308
-, Walsingham writes to the Governor concerning, 327, and to Davison, 328
-, Killigrew's remembrances to, 336
-, Davison reports him, as on good terms with the Governor, 349
-, letter from, to Davison, reporting arguments based on Scripture for and against toleration at Ghent, 370.

Treasurer, Mr. See Knollys, Francis, knight.

Treasurer, Lord. See Cecil, William.

Tremayne
-, Edmund, carries dispatches from Walsingham, 25
-, letter to, from Walsingham, touching grounds of Queen's displeasure, 102
-, reports the Queen much appeased, &c.
-, appointed to overlook the Ordnance Office accounts, 122
-, again reports to Walsingham Sir Christopher Hatton's views, 202.

Trèves, Trier, Tryre, German troops for Don John pass, 271.

-, Archbishop and Elector of. See Elst.

Triana, by Seville, 275.

Trier. See Trèves.

Troy, expedition against, alluded to, 296.

Truchsess
-, Gebhard, Archbishop and Elector of Cologne, appointed the Emperor's Commissioner to treat for peace between Spain and the Estates General of the Netherlands, 398, 426, 468, 473
-, the Bishop of Ross accredited to, 516.

Truxillo, port of, 615.

Tryre, Elector of. See Trèves.

Tuft-moccadoes, export of, 624, 627.

Turk, the. See Amurath.

Turkey, Turks :—

Corsairs from, plunder Spanish treasure ships, 32.

relations of, with Persia, ibid.

false news sent out from, 95.

war between and Persia, ibid., Turkish defeat, 496, 661.

preparations by, against Portuguese, ibid.

diplomatic relations between, and Tuscany, ibid.

besiege the castle of Bitz, ibid.

French design to set on the Turk against Empire, 185.

attack coasts of Spain towards Galicia, 304 (p. 236).

influence of, on Spanish politics, 496.

M. de Bourges sent to, by the Duke of Anjou to provoke attack on Spain, 550, 555.

grant to English traders in, of equal rights with the French, Venetians and Poles, obtained by William Harborne, 613.

Spain buys off the Turk, to be free to subdue the Low Countries, 619, and Portugal, 661, 677, 686.

horse of Turkish breed presented to Sir Thomas Cecil, 653.

great preparations by, against Persia, 686.

-, Sultan of. See Murad III.

Turnhout
-, flight of 'reiters' to, 560, dislodged from, 573, 576
-, Spaniards obtain victuals at, 591, retire on, 600.

Tuscany, Grand Duke of. See Medicis, François Marie de.

Twyne, William, clothier, 627.

Tybaldes. See Theobalds.

Tylt, French under Duke John Casimir raiding from, 447.

Tylye. See Tilloye.

Tympel
-, Olivier Van den, "M. du Temple," commands troops for Prince of Orange at Ath, 60 (p. 48), at Brussels, 413 (p. 321)
-, garrison under, to be withdrawn from Brussels during general assembly there of the Estates General, 443
-, in command of garrison at Brussels at time of Count Egmont's treason, 687, 688.

Typper. See Tipper.