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Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 14, 1615-1617. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1908.

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Talbot, Gilbert, earl of Shrewsbury:

funeral, quarrel over inheritance, 318.

-, Mary, countess of Shrewsbury:

sees Arabella Stuart before her death, 38.

Tamburlaine, 382.

Tanaro, river [Prov. Cont, Italy], 446.

Tarantasia, archbishop of. See Germonius, Anastasins.

Tarare [Rhone, France], 127.

Tartars, defeat Muscovites, 12.

Tassis, Tasso, Tassio, Giovanni Battista, courier, 176, 182, 186, 198.

Taxis, Juan de, count of Villa Mediana, Spanish ambassador in England:

offers to Stodder, 341.

Tefta di Mufti. See Turkey, officials of.

Terceira, islands, 409.

Terringham, Arthur, 532.

Tersat, 474.

Terzona, ship, 392.

Texel, 448.

theatre, Foscarini attends, 593;

only throe times, 599.

-, Giustinian goes to See Pericles,' 600.

Theobalds, co. Hertford, 13, 15, 87, 93, 106, 309, 410, 437, 451, 453, 601.

-, James at, 38, 226, 233, 208, 478.

Thetford, co. Norfolk, James at. 190.

Thianges, baron, 91.

Thornton, Zorton, Richard, English gunner, 557, 570.

Thou, Rn de, lord of Bonoeil, M. de Bonoeil:

meets lord Hay, 271.

Tiepolo, Paulo, 285n, 286.

Tigona, ship, 312.

Tingry. prince of. See Luxemburg, Henry of.

Toledo, Ferdinand Alvarez de, duke of Alva, 268.

-, Don Pedro of, governor of Milan, 109, 120, 128, 130, 151, 155, 158, 162, 176, 177, 181, 201, 218, 223, 225, 238, 243, 303, 316, 369, 379, 380, 386, 427, 450, 452.

-, -, Savoy fears appointment of, 86, 87;

Marini's negotiations with, 91, 92;

stays disarming, 103;

James speaks against, 110, 111.

makes fresh, levies, 130, 131:

asked to observe treaty, 133, 136138;

letter from emperor to, 135;

wants Savoy to renounce treaty of Asti, 141, 142.

tries to stop troops going to Venice. 143;

enemy of Foscarini, 145.

forces of, 147, 154, 306;

French agent sent to, 148, 149;

professes desire for peace, 164.

no reason for remaining armed, 167;

required to disarm, 178, 184, 237;

pretext for arming. 185, 189, 190, 194.

prepares to entertain envoys, 186;

threatens Venice, 188;

Winwood blames, 219, 232.

desires war, 248;

writes to Sarmiento, 249;

makes truce with Savoy, 274.

professes readiness to carry out treaty of Asti, 283;

reply in Bethune, 292.

defends action by alleging Venetian preparations, 307;

Bethune sent again to, 314.

blamed by French queen 322;

insolence, 327;

affairs of Italy committed to, 357.

proposals to Savoy, 359;

exorbitant demands, 366;

boasts, 373.

withdraws from Piedmont, 367;

negotiations with Savoy, 385;

breaks off negotiations, 398.

refuses to disarm, 400;

success of Savoy against, 410, 455;

ordered to cease from harassing Savoy, 446, 451.

besieges Vercelli, 513

blamed by Sarmiento, 516.

Toulon [Var, France]:

Spanish raid on, feared, 589.

Toulouse [Haute Garonne, France]:

parliament of, 184.

Tour, baron de la. See Cauchon, Charles.

Tour, Henry de la, duke of Bouillon, 108, 127.

-, -, sides with Cond, 4, 94;

letters of James to, 14, 15;

plans to punish, 17, 19, 32.

archduke writes to, 28;

will not leave Sedan, 39;

Biondi sent to, 41.

goes to Chteau Thierry, 43;

writes to James, 101;

James's excuses to, 117.

influence of Edmondes with, 118;

Edmondes friendly with, 411, 429.

queen mother writes to, 138;

remonstrates with Villeroi about Grisons, 187.

goes to Court, 203;

letter to Louis, 431;

declared a traitor, 445, 480;

wish to take Sedan from, 448.

efforts for foreign help, 457;

Palatine inclined to help, 479;

Winwood writes to, 489;

does not reply, 496;

Palatine visits at Sedan, 558.

Touraine, France, 59.

Tours [Indre et Loire, France], 29, 100, 162.

-, despatches from, 119, 148, 173, 175, 183.

Trade:

Venetian, in the East, 2.

at Naples, 82.

in oil, at Zante, 287.

English regulations upon, objected to, 358.

in silk, proposed direct by sea with Persia, 430, 498.

of Zante, 481;

ruined by plague, 588.

severely damaged by pirates, 496.

English in Levant, French and Venetian jealousy of, 499. See also cheese;

cloth;

leather;

oil;

silk;

wool.

Trautmanstorff, Traumestorf, Stormestorf, General Adam von, 187, 218, 550.

-, slain, 520.

Treasurer, lord high. See Howard, Thomas, earl of Suffolk.

-, of Scotland. See Stewart, John, earl of Mar.

Trecate, Treca [Prov. Nevara, Italy], 455.

Tremouille, Henry lord of la:

goes to court, 203.

Trent, 557.

-, council of, 9, 102, 112.

Treves, bishop of. See Metternich, Lothar von.

Trevisan. See Trivisan.

Treviso, 375, 460.

Trieste, 68, 222, 232, 241, 279, 446, 501, 557, 570.

-, bishop of, 229.

Trivisan, Trevisan, Antonio, 457.

-, Geronimo, 457.

-, Giovanni Francisco, Venetian Resident in Florence:

despatch of, 407.

-, Marco, inquisitor of State, 592.

Tron, Angelo, 29, 30.

-, Luca, 29, 30, 602, 603.

Trumbull, William, English agent at Brussels:

reports of, 267;

complains of Stodder, 528, 529;

recalled because of Corona Regia, 532, 538;

throws difficulties in way of Stodder, 558.

Tulleophelim, 240n.

Tump, the Cavalier, 160.

Tunis, 12, 171.

-, pasha of, 18.

-, pirates at, 81, 82, 133, 341, 461.

Turin, 26, 127, 165, 186, 243, 303, 317, 354, 359, 385, 400, 423, 435, 514, 528, 563, 575n.

-, Wotton to visit, 202;

Lesdiguires at, 405:

Wake at, 544;

news from, 374, 404.

-, despatches from, 1, 2, 10, 14, 31, 36, 41, 47, 51, 60, 64, 68, 72, 78, 84, 92, 109, 110, 118, 125, 133, 141, 142, 151, 165, 171, 176, 185, 194, 211, 212, 216, 222, 229, 238, 360, 369, 392, 397, 409, 417, 436, 445, 493, 499, 530.

-, Venetian instructions sent to their agent at, 187, 188, 279, 359, 367, 389, 392, 410, 427, 446, 501, 506, 559.

Turkey, 228, 286n.

-, alive to Osuna's preparations, 507, 541.

-, appeal to capitulations with, 342;

capitulations confirmed, 352;

doubt about, 438, 439.

-, asked to release slaves, 21.

-, carazo will damage trade of, 342, 346.

-, Dutch complaints to, about slaves, 226.

-, duty on money in, 534.

-, English plans against, 503.

-, fleet of, 579.

-, -, short of gunpowder, 222;

puts to sea, 544.

-, goaded by Tuscany, suspected understanding with Spain, 429.

-, pirates of, 344n.

-, proposal to deprive of silk trade, 430, 455, 496.

-, James would allow Spain to make acquisitions at expense of, 565.

-, Venice might have recourse to, 332.

-, Spaniards arm against, 250.

-, officials of:

Admiral and General of the Sea. See Gsalit.

Bastangi Pasha, 311.

the Borisi, 299.

Cadi. See Moro.

Caimecam (deputy of the Grand Vizier), pasha of Buda appointed, 523.

-, See Achmet, Caimecam.

Captain of the Sea, 342, 526, 544.

-, See Halil, Captain of the Sea.

Chislar Agassi, 426, 438, 523, 524, 534

Defterdar, 341.

Mufti, 426, 439, 440, 449, 450.

Starzer, 280.

Tefta di Mufti, 311.

Vizier, Grand;

Pasha. See Halil;

Mehemet;

Nasuf.

Sultan of. See Achmet I;

Mehemet;

Suliman.

-, ambassadors and agents to:

of England. See Kentish, Martin;

Pindar, Paul.

of France. See Sancy, Achille de Harlay de.

of Germany. See Gall, Csar;

Zchernin, Herman, lord of.

of Netherlands. See Haagen, Cornelius van.

of Venice (Bailo). See Nani, Almoro.

Turks, 464, 491, 534.

-, archduke taken by pirates from, 312, 392.

-, incited against Venice by Osuna;

510, 520, 546.

-, league ostensibly against, 590.

-, may enter Naples, 525.

-, method of fighting, 55.

-, peace within empire, 64.

-, pirates, 18.

-, -, damage done by, 170, 171.

-, provoked by Uscochi, 164.

-, prisoners sold to, 187, 259, 493.

-, take count of Erbach, 577:

and others, 582.

Turner, Mrs. Anne, condemned to death, 65.

Tuscany, Florence, 286n.

-, grand duke of. See Medici, Cosimo II de'.

-, ambassador and agents of, in England. See Lotti, Ottavian;

Quaratesi;

Francesco.

-, -, in Germany, 134, 280, 296, 305, 377.

-, -, in Spain, 278.

-, Venetian resident at. See Dominici, Domenico;

Trivisan, Giovanni Francesco.

Tyrol, levies in, 176.