Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 6 Part 1, 1538-1542. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1890.
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Tabarca, island of, in E. Africa, 274
Tagliacozzo, du. de, v. Colonna (Ascanio).
-, duchess of, v. Aragon (Maria de).
Taix, v. Tes and Tkays.
Tamerlan (Timur Lenk, or Timur the Lame), Khan of Tatary, 537
Tampas, Tampes, v. Estampes d'.
Tarbes, in Gascony; bp. of, v. Castelnau.
Tariff, innovations in the Eng., made (Oct. 1540), 281–5
-, -, Chapuys, the Imp. amb., protesting against them, 286
-, -, -, as being highly injurious to the merchants of the Low Countries, ibid.
-, -, -, and contrary to the commercial treaties between the two countries, ibid.
Tartars, v. Tatars.
Tassis, v. Taxis de la Tour.
Tatars of the green caps, take the field against the Turk, 9, 234
-, Khan or prince of the, 234
Tauris (Tebriz) taken by the Persians, 9
Tavera (D. Juan), abp. of Toledo (1534–45), president of the Council of State and Regency, in Spain, during the Emp.'s absences (1539–40); Grand Inquisitor (1539–44), 100, 131, 171, 200, 214 n., 222–3, 226–7, 383, 453 n.
-, lets. to the Emp. 100, 131, 200
-, -, to Ferrante Gonzaga, 101
-, -, -, from the Emp. to, 95, 102, 105
-, -, from sec. Idiaquez to, 263
-, his death recorded (1 Aug. 1545), 226
-, his life, by Salazar de Mendoza (Toledo: 1603, 4to), 226 n.
Taxis de la Tour (Anthoine de), postmaster in Flanders, 322
Temporas (Las), the Ember-days, 207, 515
Tende, co. of, v. Savoy (Claude de).
-, Villeneuve de, town of Savoy, 100 n.
Tendilla, the counts of, of the family of Mendoza, 1 n.
-, co. of, v. Lopez de Mendoza.
Teramo, in Naples, 160
Terceiras, islands, 294
Termes (Mr. de), French captain, 337
Terranova, marq. de; left in command of Sicily (1539), 211
Tes, sieur de, of k. Francis' Chamber, v. Thayx.
Tessino, r., v. Ticino.
Thames, the river, 314
Thamasp II., sophi of Persia, 9 n., 234
-, makes war on the Turk (Nov. 1540), 293
-, makes an alliance with the Khan of the Tatars or Green Caps, and gives him the hand of his sister, 9, 234, 537
Thays, Thayx (Mr. [Jean] de), of k. Francis' Chamber; master of the Artillery; on a mission to England to visit k. Henry after his illness (March 1541), 312, 314
-, receives from the K. a present of 300 ducs., 312
-, returns to France after visiting the K. at Dover (26 March), 314
Thirlby (Thomas), bp. of Westminster (1540–50); appointed deputy to treat with Chapuys, 497
-, vice-regent in ecelesiastical causes, 541
Tibuli (Tivoli), in the Rom. States, 263
Ticino, r., of Italy, 521
Timúr, v. Tamerlan.
Tinteville, v. Dinteville.
Tirol; the Emp. in the, ready to enter Italy, 350
Tobar (D. Francisco de), gov. of La Goleta, in Tunis, 171, 275
Tody (Todi), in the Perugino (Italy); Granvelle and Aguilar at (Oct. 1541), 386
Toledo, in New Castille (Spain), 453, 462 n.
-, the Cathedral church of, protesting against the tax of the half-fruits of the Clergy, 228
-, Cortes held at (1538), 35, 48–9
-, the Emp. at (March 1538), 133–4
-, card. abp. of, v. Tavera.
-, lets, dated from, 45–7, 52, 56
-, (Da. Leonor de), dau. of the marq. de Villafranca (D. Pedro); married to Cosmo de' Medici, du. of Florence, 131
-, (D. Pedro de), marq. de Villafranca, viceroy of Naples, 58, 87–8, 90, 98 n., 131 n., 139, 144, 155, 170, 172, 212, 217, 251, 267, 278, 288, 291, 351, 355, 406, 422, 428, 527
-, -, his daughter, v. Toledo (Da. Leonor).
-, -, his wife, the marchioness, v. Osorio Pimentel (Maria).
Tonlieu, a duty on the tonnage of ships; the register-book for the same, 351, 429, 447
Toncourt, v. Hampton-Court.
Torbern-Bilde, abp. of Lunden, in Sweden (1532–6), 58
-, on a mission of the k. of the Romans (Ferdinand) to the Diet (1538), 3 n., 58, 93, 102
-, -, returns therefrom (June 1539), 168
-, accused by the Pope of not having done his duty at the Diet of Francfort, 186
-, -, and to have yielded to Protestant influences, 187
Tordesillas, town of Castille; convent at, the usual residence of Joanna, the mother of Charles V., 245 n.
-, the Emp. at (Jan. 1543), 462 n.
-, let. dated at, 227
Tornay, v. Tournay.
Tornesis, v. Tournesis.
Tornon, card., v. Tournon.
Torquemada (Garcia de), "corregidor" of Burgos; death of (Aug.-Sept. 1350), 262
Torres (sec. Luis de), at Rome, 241
Tortona, in Sardinia (Italy), bp. of, v. Gambara.
-, castle of, gov., v. Luna.
Tortosa, in Aragon (Spain); separation of its See from that of Saragossa, 364
-, -, the rents thereof applied to the college of newly converted Moors at Valencia, ibid.
Tovar, v. Tobar (Francisco).
Toulouse, president of, 14
Tour de Sillas (Torre de Sillas), v. Tordesillas.
Tournay, in Hainault, 238
-, recovered by the Imperialists, 438
Tournesis, prov. of Flanders, 238
Tournon (card. François II. de), 14, 91, 102, 333
Tower, the, "la grosse tour de Londres," 537–8, Int. xvii.
-, place of execution in front of, 542
-, capt. or gov. of, v. Kingston.
Trade, intercourse of, between England and the Low Countries discussed, 59–63
-, Pope Paul exhorting the Emp. to stop it, 174
-, Chapuys' conferences with the privy councillors respecting the (Dec. 1541), 350–1, 357, 429, 442, 444–6
Traietto, du. of, v. Colonna. (Isabel, Isabella).
Transport ships (navios gruesos), to be procured everywhere in the ports of Spain and Portugal for the conveying of troops for the African expedition (1541), 372
-, abounding in Flanders and the Low Countries, 36
-, the Emp.'s Master of the Horse (Bossu) ordered to engage and freight as many as he can (Sept. 1538), ibid.
Transylvania (Alba Julia); the Turk intending to invade, and Hungary (Feb. 1539), 119
-, bp. of, v. Statibus.
-, waywod of, v. Zapoli.
Treasures hidden in Peru. Pizarro's proposal that licences to search for, be granted to the colonists as the means of raising money (June 1540), 241
-, -, for the Emp.'s wants and his intended expedition to Algiers, ibid.
Treasury, Imp., in Spain, 44
-, in Flanders, 66
-, between England and the Emp. One of closer friendship and alliance first spoken of, 95–7
-, -, the advice of an Imp. anonymous councillor respecting a, 24
-, -, points of the, consulted by the q. of Hungary, 32
-, -, negociations for, carried on in London and Brussels, 332–4, 341
-, -, more or less urgently solicited by Henry at various times (writes Chapuys to the Emp., 20 Jan. 1542), 463
-, -, -, the chief cause for the K.'s urgent solicitations being no other than his jealousy of k. Francis, ibid.
-, English; commercial, with Flanders, 52, 350, 352, 388, 449
-, -, that of 1506 between Philip I. and Henry VII., 59–60, 445
-, -, that of 1520, ibid.
-, -, -, both highly detrimental to the Low Countries, 59
-, -, the English will not consent to new ones being made, 357
-, -, -, nor will the K. reform or revoke his statutes and ordinances on the subject of trade, ibid.
-, -, the old ones between England and Spain to be revised, 358
-, the old, and conventions between England and Scotland alluded, 321
-, -, their infraction concerning prisoners of war made the cause for a Scotch raid (May 1541), ibid.
-, between the k. of the Romans and Zapolski (1539), 113
-, French one about to be made with Spain. The truce of Nizza between the Emp. and k. Francis (1538); alluded, 15, 68
-, -, proclamation of, in London (Aug. 1538), 15
-, -, the French amb., Castillon, excusing himself from attending it, 15–6
-, -, prorogation of the, urgently solicited by the Pope, 368
-, -, likely to be soon broken, 106, 119
-, a new, of alliance between France and England, solicited by k. Francis (Dec. 1541), 410
-, -, no appearance yet of k. Henry agreeing to it, ibid.
Tremoille, Tremouille (Mr. de la), v. Trumel (?)
Trenes, bad reading for Frenes, q. v.
Trent (Trento), 290 n.
-, not considered by Pope Paul a fit place for the General Council, 397–8
-, a narrow, unsalubrious and scantily-provided city, quite unfit for holding a Council in, 397
-, card, of, v. Clesi.
Trestein, co. of, v. Diestrichstein.
Triant, in France, 345
-, Park les Moulins near, let. dated from, 175
Tribulcio, Triulzo, Trivulcio (card, Agostino), bp. of Reggio, 114, 206, 281, 386, 391
-, (Philippo), abp. of Ragusa, 114
Tripoli, in Africa; the defence of, entrusted by the Emp. to the Order of Malta, 221
Tropea, in Calabria Ulteriore (Naples), bp. of, v. Poggio.
Troyes, bailli of, v. D'Inteville.
-, between k. Francis and the Emp., negociated at Nizza, 68, 80, 513
-, -, concluded at Aigues-Mortes, in the Roussillon, 85, 101, 142
-, -, proclaimed in London (July 1538), 15–6
-, -, fears of its being broken, 106
-, -, confirmation of, urgently solicited by Pope Paul, 388
-, -, the question of the, and whether it must be considered as broken by the Emp., to be submitted to Pope Paul for arbitration, 391
-, -, -, the latter's evasive answer, 391
-, with the Turk; a general one being apparently negociated at Constantinople by Francis' ambs., 179
-, -, the Venetians endeavouring to make a separate one of their own (1539), 167
Trumel (Mr. de), one of Francis' chamberlains; sent to inspect the frontiers of Picardy (Aug. 1540), 259
-, v. Tremoille?
Tube (?), port of the, in Lombardy, on the confluence of the rivers Po and the Ticino, 336
-, the murder of Fragoso and Rincon taking place at, 336, 547
Tudor (Mary), sister of k. Henry, widow of Louis XII.; married to the du. of Suffolk (1515), 305, 547
Tunstall (Cuthbert), bp. of Durham; appointed vice-gerent in ecclesiastical causes, 541
Tunis, in Africa, 167, 173, 222, 274–5, 293
-, k. of, v. Hassán.
-, the Emp.'s expedition to, in 1535; alluded, 403
-, the Turkish fleet about to attack (July 1539), 171
-, negociations concerning, and Barbarossa, 231
-, report of the Arabs having retaken Tunis (Aug. 1540), 231, 251
Tunisian Moors, 231
Turbans or Caps, the prince of the Green, a descendant of Timur or Tamerlank, 293, 537
Turin (Torino), in Piedmont, 214, 336–7, 370, 379
Turk; Turks, the, 53–4, 105, 210, 387, 391, 456, 515, 517, 520
-, the Emp.'s military preparations against the, 34, 48 n.
-, proposed league of the Emp., the Pope and the Venetians to attack the, 53
-, account of land and sea forces to be enlisted for the expedition to the Levant, 22
-, assistance against the, promised by k. Francis, 57
-, -, not, however, before the expiration of the truce, which would last a few months more, ibid.
-, at Constantinople, preparing to invade Transylvania and Hungary in the summer (Feb. 1539), 119
-, the enterprise against the, to be suspended owing to the season being so far advanced (April 1539), 139
-, -, the Venetians to be informed of it, ibid.
-, the enterprize against the, and the peace of the Venetians seriously discussed at Rome (June 1539), 141, 160–1
-, -, the Venetians all the time endeavouring to make a separate truce of their own with the, 141, 159, 167
-, no help against the, to be expected from the Pope or the Venetians (April 1539), 137
-, peace between Venice and the, as good as made, since the trade between their frontier towns in Dalmatia still continues, 159
-, Francis' promised assistance against the, 195
-, -, without it the Emp.'s undertaking cannot succeed, ibid.
-, the expedition against the, must be postponed, or it will fail altogether, 196
-, the, in Africa, 274–5
-, in Egypt, attacked by the Portuguese (May–June 1541), 339
-, in Hungary, intending to pass the winter there, and to retain Buda (Nov. 1541), 382
-, again threatening Germany (Nov. 1541), 400
-, sure to return in the spring of 1542, ibid.
-, in full retreat on Constantinople (Dec. 1541), 420
-, in close relations with k. Francis, 528
-, their armies, 231–2
-, their mode of warfare, ibid.
-, the Grand, v. Solyman, "the Magnificent."
Turkey, affairs of, 180, 339
-, coast of, 558
Tuscany, 102, 108, 162, 290, 415, 422
Tuy, in Galicia, bp. of, v. Sarmiento de Mendoza.
Tweed, the river; the Scotch cross the, and penetrate far into England (April 1541), 321
Tylney (Agnes), do. du. of Norfolk, sent to the Tower (Dec. 1541), 412, 452