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Pages 674-677

Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 12, 1610-1613. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1905.

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Tabinets. See Trade.

Tagiapiera, Signor Benetto de la, of Palma, 577.

Talbot, Gilbert, Earl of Shrewsbury, intercedes for wife, 281;

his daughter and heir married to the Earl of Arundel, 671.

-, Mary, wife of Gilbert, Earl of Shrewsbury, aunt of the Lady Arabella, allowed access to her, 235;

arrested for aiding niece's flight, 258,

sent to the Tower, 266, 277,

husband's intercession for, 281,

still under arrest, 387.

Tamarind, “black water,” 724 and note.

Tapestries, royal English, 236.

Tartana, 41, 145, 812.

Tartars, aid Pseudo-Demetrius II, 192.

Tartary, Great, 492.

Tassis, Antoine de, Post Master at Antwerp, in account with Correr, 148, 149, 150.

-, Ferdinando de, Imperial Postmaster in Venetia, complaint by, of Podestá of Bassano, 99, 100.

Ternate, King of, Dutch alliance with, 324,

Spanish damage in Island of, 342;

King restored by Spanish, 604.

Terring, Baron of, attends Correr in Munich, 292.

Texel, 765.

Thames, the, 54, 234, 258, 680, 832 note.

Theobalds, oo. Herts, King goes to, 79, 91, 132, 200,

receives Ambassadors at, 335, 341, 357, 374, 382, 403;

King at, 443, 561, 578, 591, 594, 690, 692, 710, 721, 847.

Thiepolo, Paulo, Captain of the Venetian Great Galley, instructions to, 785.

Thomas, Tommaso, Prince of Savoy, entertains Wotton, 551, 557;

ill, 702;

proposal to send, to England, 745.

Thompson, —, Captain, his quest of a North-West passage, p. xxvii, 356.

Three Leagues. See Grisons, The.

Thumery, Jean de, Seigneur de Boissise, 30 note;

French Ambassador at the Conference of Cologne, suggests that the “Possessioners” should recognize Emperor's authority, 84;

reported to have returned to France, 112,

accompanies Protestant members of the Conference to the Hague, 115;

brings resolutions of Huguenot Assembly of Saumur to Queen, 272,

sent to announce her confirmation of Huguenot privileges, 360.

Thynne, Sir Thomas, French Ambassador lodged in his house, 153 note.

Tiger, as present for King James, 809.

Tin. See Trade.

Tingri, Prince de. See Luxembourg, Henri de.

“Tizzona.” See Ships.

Tizzoni, Giovanni Antonio, case of, 29, 111.

Toledo, Don Pedro, blocks harbour of Ma'amura pp. xx, xxxvi, 290, 305, 312.

Tomkins, Captain Thomas, of Southampton manner of his arrest, 29,

Venetian thanks for, 44,

condemned to death, 79,

reprieved, 91. See pp. xviii, xx.

Torgau, Saxon Estates convened at, 491.

Torture, in use in England, 65, 81;

English sailors' evidence compelled by, in Sicily, 111.

Trade, from the Morea, in gall nuts, 2;

East Indian, harrassed by pirates, 3;

suspension of, between England and the Hanse Towns, 3,

by Imperial Edict, 11;

between Crete and London in sweet wine, 24, 29;

between England and Poland, in munitions of war, 34;

Swedes desire to foster, with Venice, 34;

Persian silk trade, attempt to divert, from the Levant, 39, 163, 187, 220;

Marseilles merchants interested in coral fisheries, 59;

resumed, between England and Hamburg, 132;

Cretan, in wine and cheese, 145;

English joint-stock, in the Levant, 171;

English, with Turkey, 184;

review of Levantine, and relative decay and expansion of English, Venetian and French, 276, 383;

goods of fixed quality and price the equivalent of a currency, 276;

export trade of England to be encouraged, 383;

Dutch design to capture Levantine, 383;

Dutch rivalry with Marseilles for supply of Germany with spices, &c., 383;

Dutch bid for the trade of the Mediterranean and Levant, 492, 534, 721;

Ragusan trade, with England, 492;

Nice and Villafranca declared free ports, 781;

over trading by Dutch causes ruinous fall of prices, 816;

between Denmark and Spain in naval material, 833;

English agree not to trade to places in East Indies secured by Dutch, 848.

-, in cannon, small, English, 439.

-, in cheeses, from Crete, 145,

from Dalmatia, 393.

-, in cloth, English staple commodity, 3;

with Hamburg 132,

with Turkey, 184, 383;

in Venetian cloth, with Turkey, 276, 381, 724;

English with Leghorn, 681.

-, in cloth of gold, Venetian, 381.

-, in coral, 59.

-, in corn, 77. See Grain.

-, in cotton, 721, 816, 872 (p. 561).

-, in currants, 108, 111, 115, 132, 186.

-, in damascs, Venetian coloured, 381.

-, in eels, salted, 393.

-, in gall nuts, Vallonia, 2.

-, in grain, 648, 760, 819. See Corn.

-, in herrings, English, 760.

-, in hides, 151, 689, 872.

-, in Holland cloth, at Leghorn, 536.

-, in kerseys, English with China, p. xxvii, Turkey, 383,

Ragusa, 492.

-, in lead, English with Ragusa, 492,

with Leghorn, 681,

with Venice, 197, 752.

-, in logwood, English, with Turkey, 184.

-, in metal, 184.

-, in munitions of war, 34.

-, in muslins, at Leghorn, 536.

-, in oil, 393.

-, in pepper, 3, 778.

-, in preserved meat, from Black Sea, 872.

-, in rabbit-skins, English merchant's cargo of, at Venice, 198, 233, 256.

-, in salt, 41.

-, in satins, coloured, Venetian, 381.

-, in silk, 39, 163,

Venetian, 276, 504, 724;

inferiority of Persian, 387;

Dutch in, 721.

-, in spices, 184;

English with Sumatra, 324;

Dutch with Germany, 383;

English with Leghorn, 681;

from Tripoli, 872.

-, in steel, English with Turkey, 435.

-, in sugar, 41,

from Brazil, 151,

from Algiers, 186, 189, 590, 595, 778, 779.

-, in sword-blades, English with Turkey, 435.

-, in tabinets, Venetian watered, 381.

-, in tin, English with Constanti nople, 383.

-, in Vallonia. See Gall nuts.

-, in velvet, Venetian coloured, 381.

-, in white-lead, 507, 508.

-, in wine, 24, 29, 145,

Muscat, 281, 393;

from Crete, 872.

-, in wool, from Black Sea, 872.

-, in woollens, from Venice, 504.

Transylvania, threatened by Turk, 783, 796, 802, 822.

Transylvanian, The. See Bathor, Gabriel.

-, -, the widow of. See Mary Christierna.

Treasurer, Lord High. See Salisbury.

Trent, quarrel with Venice over quarantine, 292;

route viâ, to England, 551.

Treves, Elector of. See Metternich, Lothaire de.

Trevisan, Marco, Chief of the Ten, 459, 739.

Treviso, 113;

Venetian order to, 288, 289;

Carleton visits the Trevisano, 339;

Adelmare of, 524 and note.

Trevor, Sir John, 24 note.

Tricala, 757.

Trino, taken by Savoy, 827, 836, 843.

Tripoli, port of discharge to be moved to, from Syria, 53, 59;

Englishman detained at, 113;

strength of pirates in, 489;

French berton from, 872.

Trumbull, William, English Agent resident at the Court of the Archduke Albert, letters to, cited in notes to, 258, 503;

requests the Archdukes to arrest the Lady Arabella, 266;

forwards letters, 283.

Tunis, pirates in, to be attacked, 59;

Englishman, Jesson, forced to navigate their ships by pirates in, 103;

pirates from, under Ward, 108;

Jesson's plan of escape from, 113;

depositions touching pirates in, 144, 145, 146;

Turkish fleet reinforced by pirates from, 157;

Ward's best friend in, beheaded by Sultan's orders, 158;

six galleys and four bertons set out from, 268;

complaint to Sultan of pirates protected in, 314;

pirates from, capture Venetian, 395, 458;

list of pirate vessels in, 488, 489;

redemption of Dutch and French slaves in, 812;

depositions of pirates from, 872.

Turin, Sir Dudley Carleton passes through, 83, 103;

Lord Cranborne at, 88;

Sir Henry Wotton's reception at, alluded to, 192, 199;

mentioned, 217, 283, 389;

English Embassy for, 403, 408;

mentioned, 423;

Wotton about to start for, 447, 462,

starts for, 472,

reaches, 522, 523,

at, 551;

mentioned, 555;

tilting match at, 557;

Gabaleone returns to, 733;

Eston at, 798;

the Duke leaves, 804;

mentioned, 838: Venetian Ambassador dismissed from, 840, 842;

Gabaleone leaves, 847;

Eston at, 859.

-, despatches and letter dated at, 83, 161, 162, 170, 176, 214, 230, 243, 294, 304 345, 346, 354, 359, 363, 376, 385, 394, 411, 422, 425, 440, 456, 464, 470, 477, 487, 496, 500, 506, 515, 522, 523, 537, 542, 543, 551, 557, 559, 587, 607, 615, 623, 634, 640, 650, 652, 669, 676, 688, 702, 713, 725, 730, 733, 738, 745, 761, 780, 781, 784, 791, 797, 798, 804, 809, 818, 824, 825, 828, 829, 834, 837.

Turkey:

(1610), Venetian claims in Turkish waters, 9, 46, 111.

designs of, on Venice, viâ Hungary, 32.

Persian design to divert silk trade, to injure, pp. xvii, xviii, 39, 163, 187, 220, 257.

Venetian efforts to expel Jesuits from, 57.

English Catholics negotiate with, for settlement in Africa, 60.

corn exported from, 77.

complaint to, of the action of the Bey of the Morea, in sheltering ship-wrecked pirates, 121, 166.

English intrigue in, touching Moldavia, 134, 173, 239, 318, 344, 368, 405, 444.

Turkish convert to Christianity, 145, 146.

(1611), pirates from Tunis reinforce fleet of, 157.

Turkish fleet engages English berton with great loss, 158.

Persian intrigue, to induce Spain or England to attack, 163, 187, 220, 387, 777.

English congratulations to Venice on issue of negotiation in, 178.

English ships arrive in, with cloth, logwood, &c., 184.

Dutch Embassy to, about to start, pp. xxxiv, xxxv, xxxvi, 189;

negotiations between the Capudan Pasha and Count Maurice, 201, 273;

Dutch requests, viz., liberation of slaves, freedom of trade, establishment of consulates, 383;

Dutch Ambassador reaches Chios, Venetian jealousy, 444,

French and English, 458,

French, 484;

sent upon Halil Pasha's invitation, 492, 493;

effects his purpose by bribes, 509,

drafts his Capitulations, 521;

reply to Halil sent, 524, 534,

text, 535;

Ambassador reports home, 540,

his offer to Turk, 566,

account of his negotiations, 568,

text of despatch, 569,

nature of capitulations obtained, his offer of armed aid, 631.

double scandal in, of Minorite and Dominican friars, 240, pp. xxxii, xxxiii.

Spanish embassy to, prevented, 273.

demand in, for Venetian cloth and silk, 276.

success of, against Persia, 292.

Agent from, in England, 302, 310, 325 and note, 335, 353, 365, 371.

relations between, and Poland, 302.

English and Venetian slaves in, 307.

Venetian remonstrance addressed to, on harbouring of pirates in ports of, 314;

benefits to, from increase of piracy, 316.

application to, by the King of Morocco for aid, 324.

new French Ambassador to, arrives, 333.

new English Ambassador to, sails, 371.

(1612), Paul Pindar arrives in, as English Ambassador, brings cargo of sword-blades and steel, 435.

declaration of English policy in;

the Bogdan not to be supported;

the capitulations to be maintained, and trade encouraged, 444.

Stefan Bogdan turns Turk, 445, 457.

precedence of Venetian Ambassadors in, 473,

of French and English, 724.

piracy connived at by Turkish officials;

Venetian protest;

Grand Vizir's reply, p. xx, 458.

Matthias threatened by, 498, 568.

official complaint of quality of Venetian silks and woollens, 504,

threat to exclude, 724.

threaten Crete, 505,

Ragusa, 537.

Dutch promise to support, with fifty ships, 509.

King James' projected league against, 585.

Ambassadors' letters from, to be opened, by order of Grand Vizir, 670.

forged document, purporting alliance against, of Venice and the Uscocks, 617.

German desire for war with, 659, 684, 709,

fomented by Persian Envoy, 720, 758.

French protection of Jesuits in, 679.

Dutch ship, with presents for Sultan, about to start;

Dutch Consulates to be opened in;

increasing Dutch trade with, 721.

attempt to impose the Capsalick tax in, on foreign merchants, p. xxxiv, 724, 735, 762.

(1613), escape of Spaniard from Serraglio of the Grand Turk, 756, 757.

armaments of, directed against Germany, 767, 782,

against Transylvania, 783, 795, 796, 802, 803, 816,

withdrawn, 843.

peace concluded between, and Persia, 782, 783,

war to be renewed, 859.

Venetian anxiety as to nature of league concluded between, and Dutch, 790, 795, 801, 811, 815, 822, 833, 843, 848, 853, 859.

Protestant Princes of Germany inform, that fighting by, outside Germany, does not concern them, 795;

German Protestants encouraged by France to take no part in war with, 811.

indemnity demanded by, from Pindar, for buccaneering by English in Red Sea, 802,

further complaints, 823.

possible designs of, at Cattaro, 802.

orders of the Porte, for liberation of slaves at Tunis, disregarded, 812.

Venice threatened by, 816,

has promise of aid against, from England, 816, 846,

and Spain, 846.

army of, mutinies, 822.

notified by Venice that she has decided to treat all ships flying flag of Savoy as pirates, 844.

-, See also Syria.

-, Sultan of. See Achmet I.

Turkey Company, negotiates with Sherley, 400;

Glover's report to the Turkey merchants, 668.

Turner, Captain, 12 note, 53 note.

Tuscany:

(1610), English claims against, 34.

Lord Cranborne to visit, 53.

Sir Robert Dudley builds ships in, 56, 152,

the Grand Duke's regard for him, 263.

privateering from, 66, 69, 123, 124, 152, 213.

settlement in, of English Catholics, 56, 60, 69, 97, 165, 168,

pirates from Ma'amura, 274.

Persian overtures to, 387.

Piombino in, occupied by Spanish, 430.

Florentine merchant mentioned, 444.

no English Ambassador sent to, in return for three embassies, 499.

connivance at piracy in, 534, 536.

-, Grand Duke of. See Medici, Cosmo de'.

Tyrol, plague in, 292.