Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 5 Part 1, 1534-1535. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1886.
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Tamisa (Col. ——) on a mission to k. Ferdinand (May 1534), 183.
Tarbes, in Gascony, bps. of, v. Castelnau and Gramont.
Tavera (Juan), card. abp. of Toledo (1534–45), 462, 495.
-, -, let. to the Emperor, 163.
-, -, to Fr. Diego da San Pedro, the confessor, 162.
Tax, new, voted by Parliamant, 346.
-, Chapuys' application that Flemish and Spanish merchants in London be exempted from, 69, 564, 570.
Taxation in France considerably increased (Jan. 1535), 395.
Tendilla, co. of, v. Hurtado de Mendoza.
-, Spaniards from Sicily passing, in a state of mutiny (May–June 1534), 168.
-, cards. anxiously asking Merino what their object be in coming the way of Rome, 168.
-, bp. of, v. Filonardo.
Teutberge, wife of Lothaire II., emp., repudiated, 467, 622.
-, at war with Solyman, 239, 270, 278, 285, 442–4, 447.
-, gains a signal victory over the Turks (Apr. May 1535), 481.
-, defeats them again (Dec. 1535), 589.
Thebes, Terbes, v. Tarbes.
Theimseke (Georg Von), a native of the Low Countries, provost of Cassel; Margaret's amb. to England (1526), 378.
Tilney, v. Tylney.
Thomas (Hubert), sec. of Frederic co. Palatine: leaves London on a secret mission, 91.
-, returns to England, ibid.
-, starts again without informing Chapuys or Dinteville of his departure, 92.
Tithe on all ecclesiastical benefices in France granted to Francis by pope Clement, 81.
-, its proceeds to be spent, no doubt, in military preparations against the Emp., ibid., 405.
Tivoli, government of, taken from card. Mantua and given to Carneseca (March 1534), 81.
Tobar, Tovar (D. Diego de), slain at Coron (1534), 103.
Toledo in Castille, the Emp.'s court at, (March 1534), 88.
-, Clement angry at the appointment of an abp., 168.
-, card. abp. of, v. Fonseca; Tavera.
-, (D. Francisco de), at Rome on a mission, 10, Int.
-, (I). Pedro dc), marq. de Villafranca; viceroy of Naples, 10–11, 46, 108, 137, 145, 166, 186, 214, 216, 230, 261, 269, 341.
Tolomeo (Claudio), discourses on Roman affairs, 248–9.
Tordesillas in Castille, the Emp. visiting his mother Joanna at, 231 note.
Tornbern Bilde, bp. of Lönen (1532–36), 352, 367, 369, 371, 618.
Torre (Sigismondo della), Mantuan amb. with the Emp., 113 note.
Tortona, abp. of, v. Gambara.
Tortosa, bps. of, v. Adrian; Enkewoërt.
-, bpric. of, to be given to Carniseca, 216, 218.
Toscanello, on the frontiers of Siena; Clement's horse at (July 1534), 211.
Tournay, county of; criminals in, and Artois, executed by the Emp.'s orders, 404.
-, -, his negociations in favour of Henry and his divorce, 318, 470, 539.
Tower of London.
-, the earl of Kildare confined to the, 131.
-, Fisher and More, 124, 131, 159.
-, Lord Thomas Fitzgerald, 543, 552.
-, Henry threatens to have all prisoners in the, executed, 572.
Trade, foreign, in England, very much crippled in consequence of the sentence in the divorce suit, 120, 544, 556–7.
-, suspension of, with the Low Countries and Spain strongly recommended by Charles' ministers, 120.
-, -, and by Katharine's friends also, 493, 506.
-, French ordinances on, injurious to English merchants, 571.
-, were it to be stopped between England and Flanders, it would be a great loss to the former country, 599.
Traietto, duchess of, v. Colonna (Isabella).
Trani in Naples, bp. of, v. Cupi.
Transylvania, waywode of, v. Zapoli.
Trapani in Naples, the imp. fleet to congregate in the port of, 451.
Treasurer, Lord High, of England, v. Howard, du. of Norfolk.
-, of the chamber, v. Tuke.
-, of the king's household, v. FitzWilliam.
Trejo (Francisco de), canon of Coria, 146.
Trent, card. bp. of, v. Clesi.
Tribulcio, Triulzo, Trivulcio, card. Agostino, bp. of Reggio, protector of France at Rome, 90, 215, 218.
-, -, his sec. 119.
-, Pietro, bp. of Reggio, 215 note.
Triges (?), Millort de, 232.
Tristemberg, co. William von, residing in France, 370.
Trittau castle surprised by Mark Meyer, 540.
Tropea, in Calabria ult., bp. of, v. Poggio.
Troya, v. Troyes.
Troyes in France (dep. L'Aube), bailli de, v. Dinteville.
Tudeseos (Tedeschi), name given to the Germans in Italy, 119.
Tuke (Sir Brian), trea. of the Chamber, clerk in Parliament, 27, 569.
Tunis, in Africa, threatened, 238.
-, taken by Barbarossa, 265, 271, 274, 379, 451.
-, dethroned k. of, v. Muley Hasan.
-, Charles' preparations for an expedition to, 459, 494, 623.
-, the Emperor's landing at, 479, 527, 623.
-, La Goleta of, invested, 497.
-, -, stormed (July 1535), 526, 531, 539, 540.
-, congratulations to the Emp. on his success, 530, 560, 597.
-, false rumours of its recovery by Barbarossa, 584.
Tunstall (Cuthbert), bp. of London (1527–30), of Durham (1530–52), 26, 156, 162, 164–5, 612.
-, -, one of the most learned, prudent, and honest priests in England, 159.
-, -, at first a staunch friend of q. Katharine, but now unwilling to become a martyr for her sake, 159.
-, -, his arguments in favour of the divorce, 159–60.
Turin, in Piedmont, proposed among other cities in Italy as the place of meeting for the General Council, 448.
Turk, the, 17.
-, military preparations of (1534), 74, 150, 556–8.
-, a fleet of galleys to be armed against (March 1534), 85.
-, -, great power of, 346, 355.
-, Christendom threatened by, 357.
-, undertaking against, discussed at Venice and elsewhere (1534–5), 319–21, 447, 459, 502, 557, 566, 577.
-, at war with Persia, 239, 270, 278, 285, 442–4, 447.
-, -, defeated (April, May, 1535), 481.
-, -, -, a second time (Dec. 1535), 589.
-, the Grand, v. Solyman.
Turkey, news from, brought by a Venetian merchant, 515–16.
-, -, and the whole of Greece afraid of the imp. fleet (Aug. 1535), 531.
Tylney (Agnes), dowager du. of Norfolk, widow of Thomas, second duke, and mother of the third, 355 note.
Tyrol, county of, German lanskenets passing through, into Italy (March 1534), 99.