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Calendar of State Papers and Manuscripts in the Archives and Collections of Milan 1385-1618. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1912.

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Taberna, Taverna, Fernando, Cardinal S. Eusebio, 637n, 650.

-, Gio. Battista son of Ottavio, 610.

-, Giovanni Francesco, Milanese ambassador in France, 414, 450, 461, 462, 478, 485, 490, 507.

instructions to, 463.

despatches, 471, 476, 492, 493, 502, 509, 510, 513–16, 563.

communications with Scarpinello, 468, 476, 480, 482, 486, 506, 508, 511.

-, Landriano, 479.

sick, 484.

-, Stefano, Milanese ambassador at Rome:

despatches, 291, 295, 297, 301, 321.

Tabia, Giovanni Battista de, Messer Joambabtista, physician to Henry VII, 368, 374.
-, letter of Ludovico Sforza to, 378.
-, physician of Henry VIII, 389.

Tafalon Pigort, Guienne, France, 15.

Talbot, Lord, 137.

-, George, fourth Earl of Shrewsbury, Sallibrich, Vezelebri, Duke of Talbot:

accompanies Edward to France, 194, 220; embarks for France, 382; besieges Tournai, 402.

-, -, -, Lord Steward:

takes Wolsey into custody, 528.

-, John, first Earl of Shrewsbury:

defeat and death, 15.

-, John, second Earl of Shrewsbury:

executed after Northampton, 27.

-, -, Viscount de l'Isle, Lord de Lisle:

slain at Castillon, 15.

Talentis, Giovanni Angelo de, Milanese ambassador at Rome:
-, despatches, 230, 237, 238.

Talienis, Francis, 621.

Tamps, M. de. See John of Burgundy, Count of Estampes.

Tanigi, Francesco Maria, 594.

Tanner, Edmund, Bishop of Cork: letter to Cardinal Borromeo, 594.

Tanton. See Taunton.

Taranto, Zarenti [Prov. Lecce, Italy], 628.

-, Archbishop of. See Frangipani.

-, Princess of. See Carlotta.

Taravana. See Therouanne.

Tarbes, Tarpe, Bishop of. See Castelnau, Antony de; Gram mont, Gabriel de.

Targio, Amico:
-, letters of, 547.

Taroane. See Therouanne.

Tarragona, Terrazona [Prov. Catalonia, Spain], 295.

Tartaghe, Spain:
-, despatch dated at, 301.

Tarua, Bishop of. See Castelnau, Antony de, Bishop of Tarbes.

Tarvana. See Therouanne.

Tassis. See Taxis.

Taster, Peter, Dean of St. Severin, Bordeaux:
-, proposed ambassador to pope, 107.
-, English ambassador to France and Burgundy, 109n.

Taunton, Tanton, co. Somerset, 329.
-, Warbeck at, 237; Cornish flee from, 328.

Taverna. See Taberna.

Taxi, Francesco di, 417.

Taxis, Tassis, Juan de, Count of Villa Mediana, Spanish ambassador in England, 628, 643.

Taylor, Teler, John:
-, captured in France, 380.

Teano, Bishop of. See Fortiguerra.

Teler. See Taylor.

Terni [Prov. Perugia, Italy]:
-, church of, 590.

-, Bishop of. See Coppino.

Terouenne. See Therouanne.

Terrazona. See Tarragona.

Terrate, Gio. Filippi de:
-, letter of, 149.

Terzago, Anselmino de, of Frasciscoli, 1.

Terzo, Father Giovanni Antonio, 591.

Tewkesbury, co. Gloucester:
-, battle of, 156.

Thames, River, 53.
-, king's ships collected in, 543.

Tharles, M. de, 75.

Thecterus, Dom, 628.

Therouanne, Terouenne, Taroane, Tarvana, Taravana [Pas de Calais, France], 354, 401, 404.
-, despatch dated from, 229.
-, Henry VIII besieges, 389–91; to be burned, 392; taken, 397, 408; burned, 405.

Thiano, Cardinal. See Fortiguerra, Nicolo, Bishop of Teano.

Thomas, Master, chaplain of the lord chancellor, 53.

-, servant of John Lax, 107.

-, Tomaso, Thomaso, courier, 68, 72.

-, commissary of Cardinal Bainbridge, 424, 431.

-, St., of Canterbury:

ship on which crossed to England, 184.

Thornon, M. de, governor of Lyons, 419.

Tibur. See Tivoli.

Ticiono, Bartolommeo, Count of Clarasci, Governor of Asti:
-, letters to Duke of Milan, 419, 423, 440; letter of Duke to, 432.

Tilbury, co. Essex, 53.

Tilting. See tournament.

Tin:
-, mines of Cornwall, revolt of men, 319.

Tindal, Tindaro, William:
-, author of “Practyse of Prelates,” 532.

-, -, brother of, punished, 532.

Tiptoft, John, Earl of Worcester:
-, nominated ambassador to the pope, 21n, 107.

-, Constable of England:

sent to take Earl of Oxford, 106; made knight of Gartor, 108n; taken and beheaded, 143.

Tirano [Prov. Sondrio, Italy]:
-, despatch from, 302.

Tivoli, Tibur [Prov. Roma, Italy]:
-, despatch from, 105.

Tivry, 615.

Toledo, Archbishop of. See Sandoral y Roxas.

-, Chancellor of. See Guzman.

Tollenti, Luca di, Bishop of Sebenico, papal envoy to Burgundy, 163.
-, mischievous, but no credit, 169.

Tomaso. See Thomas.

Tongonus, Edward, 626.

Torcy, Sieur de. See Estouteville, Jean.

Torne. See Tournay.

Tornussa, Anthony de, French ambassador at Rome, 237n.

Torre, Turi, Antonio de la, Messer Antonio, 21, 28, 29, 41, 44, 53, 69–71, 81, 82, 85, 86, 96, 105.

-, -, English envoy to the pope, 31.

letters to Duke of Milan, 32, 33, 42, 45, 46, 51.

confers with Duke of Milan, 33, 34; lands Coppino, 34, 45; sent back to pope, 35; and Milan, 36, 43.

warns pope against Lax, 35.

leaves England, 47; expected at Milan, 52; accused of robbing Bishop of Elphin, 66; returning to England, 80, 97; letter to Coppino, 106; delayed, 108.

-, Ja Antonio de la, Bishop of Modena, Milanese ambassador at Rome:

despatch, 20.

-, Don Martin de, Spanish ambassador to Scotland, 295.

Torre. See Tours.

Torre di Baccano, 222.

Torsi. See Tours.

Tortona, Bishop of. See Botta, Giacomo.

Totino. See Toustain.

Touchet, Edmund, Bishop of Hereford, 317.

-, James, Lord Audley, Lord Anelei, Monsignor de Deber:

executed, 317, 320.

Toul, Bishop of. See Lorraine, Charles of.

Toulouse [Haute Garonne, France], 185.

-, Council of, 249.

-, Archbishop of. See Joyeuse Francis de.

-, President of. See Morlhon.

Tournament, jousting, tilting, 138.
-, at Tournai, 408, 410, 414, 415.
-, for coronation of French queen, 532.

Tournay, Torne [Hainault, Belgium, 397, 400, 405.
-, Warbeck native of, 330, 331, 342; siege of, 392, 396, 397, 401–5; wealth and extent, 402, 405, 411; taken, 405, 408; terms of surrender, 408, 411; tilting at, 415; garrison left at, 417; English army still at, 419; Henry sending force to, 423; Henry wants to keep, 434; to be restored, 440.
-, letters from, 398, 407, 408, 409, 412, 416.

-, Bishop of. See Cluny, Ferry de; Monisart, John.

Tours, Torsi, Torre [Indre et Loire, France], 138, 143n, 160, 173n, 553.
-, despatches dated from, 122, 130, 133–6, 144, 145, 159, 161, 174–7, 229, 230, 232, 234, 237, 242–5; 280, 283, 551.
-, Margaret of Anjou expected at, 139; assignment for debt at, 533.
-, church of St. Martin, 279, 280.

-, Archbishop of. See Carreto, Carlo, Domenico di.

Toustain, Totino, Touscen, Toustan, Louis, Master of Accounts, French ambassador to Rome:
-, visits English ambassadors, 232, 233; instructions to, 234, 235; nothing done till arrival, 239.

Tower, the. See London, the Tower.

Towton, co. York:
-, battle of, 61, 62, 64–6, 82.
-, slain at, 65, 66, 68, 72, 73, 77; number of Lancastrian forces, 87.

Trabona, Lord of, 169.

Tradate [Prov. Como, Italy], 602.

Trade:
-, facilities for in treaty between England and Milan, 259, 260.
-, English, with Burgundy, 132.
-, English, with France, 184, 188.
-, English, with Flanders, 514.
-, import of English wool to Milan, 253; English wool, with Italy, 256.
-, new duties, 331, 332; cost of things in England, 340.
-, See alum; brazilwood; carpets; cloth; fish; Flanders: Genoa; horn; Malvoisie; merchants; Milan; silk; wine; woad.

Transylvania, 589.

-, Vaivod of. See Zapolya.

Traoul, herald, 15.

Trapani, Sicily, 589.

Treasurer:
-, of England. See Bourchier, Henry; Butler, Thomas, Earl of Wiltshire; Cecil, Robert; Howard, Thomas, Duke of Norfolk; Sackville, Thomas, Earl of Dorset; Woodvill, Richard, Earl Rivers,
-, of France. See Robertet.

Trech, 197.

Tremouille, Louis de la:
-, king consults about siege of Rennes, 278.

Trent:
-, Council of, 622.

Tresham, Sir Thomas, the Speaker:
-, imprisoned for conspiracy, 128n.

Treves, Archbishop of. See Greifenklau.

Tricarico, Bishop of. See Canossa, Ludovico.

Tristan, 247.

Trivisano, Andrea, Venetian ambassador to England:
-, chosen, 309; Raimondo to travel with, 312; Raimondo to work with, 312, 313, 315, 316.
-, at Fresen, 318; reaches Calais, 319; crosses to England, 321; received at Woodstock, 322.
-, visits queen, 323; well posted by Signory, 328; keeps Raimondo informed, 329.
-, to treat on new duties, 331, 332; Henry receives, 332; appeals about Italy, 333; reply to, 334, 338, 339.
-, astonished at king's plain speaking, 335; Sforza commends, 341; leaving, present to king, 342.

Trivulzio, Cesare di, Bishop of Como, Cardinal, papal nuncio in France, 539.
-, news of Wolsey's death, 531; does not believe divorce will take place, 537; news from Rome about divorce, 549.

Troix, Bailo of. See Dinteville, John de, Bailly of Troyes.

Trollop, Trolop, Sir Andrew:
-, slain at Towton, 65, 66, 72, 77, 78.

Trotto, Troto, Master Jacobo, 282.

-, Marco, Milanese ambassador in France:

despatches, 163, 229.

Troyes, Bailly of. See Dinteville.

Troylo, Giovanni Franco de, 225, 226.

Troylo. See Muro, Troylo da.

Truglietto, Savoyard ambassador, 440.

Truso, Tomaso, 526.

Tudor, Jasper, Earl of Pembroke, half brother of Henry VII:
-, influence in Wales, 102; to invade from Britanny, 107.
-, going to Wales, 121; activity in Wales, 125; goes to Champagne, 138.
-, follows Warwick to fleet, 141, Louis XI helps, 160; Edward wishes to prevent, 161.

-, Owen, 121n.

Tuke, Brian, Bucintorch, clerk of the Signet:
-, letters of, 404, 407.

-, -, Secretary of Henry VIII:
-, Sforza advised to write to, 499; Sforza to give pension to, 508.

Tunstall, Cuthbert, Bishop of London:
-, Sforza should write to, 460; celebrates instead of Wolsey, 511, 512.

Turegum. See Zurich.

Turenne, Viscount de. See Turre, Francis de.

Turi. See Torre.

Turin [Prov. Torino, Italy], 329, 362, 650.
-, despatches from, 222, 223, 249.
-, councillors of, 274.

Turks, 62, 479, 624.
-, question of Dauphin going against, 18; congress of Mantua against, 20.
-, Charles the Bold wished to go against, 221; preparations of Edward against, 222.
-, threatening Italy, 231, 241; Milan makes peace with, 233; Venice makes peace with, 240.
-, proposed crusade against, 239, 240, 245; proposed diet against, 266.
-, preparing great force, 373; ravage Hungary, 441; Henry speaks of danger from, 451, 454.
-, reported taken Vienna, 457; turning back, 458; dread of, 470.
-, peace to make league against, 488, 489, 517n; Salamanca speaks of peril from, 496, 497.
-, emperor moved by dread of, 498; emperor asks Francis and Henry for help against, 515, 516, 551.
-, attitude of Francis about, 517; war with, 536; emperor's success against, 555; take Clissa, 584.

Turre, Francis de, Viscount de Turenne, French ambassador to England, 480, 508.
-, expected at London, 483; ordered to arrange marriage, 492; driven back by weather, 493; negotiations, 493, 494; arranges alliance, 505; reports of, 510; sumptuously entertained, 512, 513.

Tuscany, Italy, 515.

-, Grand Duke of. See Medici, Fernando de.

Tyrell, Firellus, Anthony, 606.

-, Sir James, captain of Guisnes, English ambassador to the emperor, 363n.