Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 24, 1636-1639. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1923.
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Table, Scottish :
repudiates agreement with King, 600.
Talbot, Rabot, Talma, Talber, Gilbert, English secretary at Venice :
letter to Fielding, 369n.
Fielding leaves in charge and presents to doge, 382, 394
-, reports raid by Uscocks, 398.
to support demands of English merchants, 402
-, memorial on ill treatment of merchants, 432.
offices in favour of reconciliation with Savoy, 405, 406, 425, 426, 518.
request for leave to export pictures, 406, 423, 426
-, and statuary, 428.
announces appointment of consul at Zante, 437, 537
-, asks for patents, 438
-, informed of expulsion of consul, 462.
presents memorials for Hyde, 449, 528
-, presents memorial for Giannoncello, 482.
reply on expulson of Symonds, 464
-, appeal for Symonds, 482.
informed of arrest of Bailo, 470
-, office about Turkish attitude, 480.
announces Fielding's return, 482, 483
-, response to, 485
-, announces arrival, 494.
offices about Fielding's reception as extraordinary, 499, 500, 504
-, to be informed of procedure adopted, 503.
Fielding's instructions to about reception, 504
-, informed of concessions, 505
-, demanded lodging for Fielding, 509.
to act during Fielding's absence in England, introduced in Collegio, 527.
asks that letters to king be written in Latin, 534.
to be asked to see that grievances of people of Zante and Cephalonia against merchants are removed, 538.
presses for reply about Hyde, 538
-, reply to, 572.
decision about Symonds imparted to, 569, 570.
Talbot, John, earl of Shrewsbury :
attends Morocco ambassador to audience, 323.
purchase of, for Venetian Arsenal, 448, 459
-, particulars of trade in, 461.
Talma. See Talbot, Gilbert.
Tanworth, Tansworth [co. Warwick] :
letter from, 39n.
Tartereau, M. Raphael, gentleman of the queen :
sent to France with congratulations, 411.
Charles puts taxes on, 299.
judges decide in favour of king's power to impose, 153.
perpetual yearly, imposed by Charles, 299.
outcry of merchants against, which brings no protection, 373.
See also Consulage, customs
-, tonnage and poundage.
Taylor, Teler, Teller, Tellier, Telier, John, English envoy in Germany :
French waiting to be enlightened about mission, 5
-, emperor's promise of restitution to, 17.
Arundel complains of, 35
-, stays on for business at Arundel's departure, 93, 102, 117.
expected removal, 117.
Bavaria speaks to about Arundel's report, 132.
protests against peace of Prague, 152
-, suggests need of compromise, 191.
reports emperor thinking of sending ambassador, 215.
contradictory reports about credentials, 228
-, removal contemplated, probably covers secret manuvres, 238.
says England will not declare keeps alive hope of adjustment, 253.
French jealous of, 261
-, Bellievre remonstrates, 385.
fosters confidential relations, negotiates with Count Slich, 268
-, negotiations kept up with, but not deluded, 320.
reports negotiations with Sweden, 343.
Charles repudiates to Bellievre, facts of position, 385
-, confidential relations with ministers, 486.
announces approaching rupture with France, 486
-, leaving, 503, 508.
going to Brussels, 508, 517
-, to start fresh negotiations, 523.
negotiations with Bavaria's commissioners, 517
-, brought favourable report about Palatine's affairs, 522.
possibly recalled to allay French suspicions, 523
-, action repudiated, punishment promised, 553
-, sent to Tower, 576.
Teddington, Totnen [co. Middlesex] :
despatches dated at, 3, 6.
Teler, Telier, Teller, Tellier. See Taylor.
tempest. See weather.
Tertoole, Dutch warship :
seized by English fleet, 561.
Teviotdale, sheriff of. See Douglas, Sir William.
Thames, River, 419, 421, 557.
Dutch ship seized in, 7
-, Dutch ship wrecked at mouth, 371.
fleet comes into, 94
-, fleet expected back in, 266, 272, 282.
ships seized in, for king's service, 130, 134, 141
-, merchantmen in sent to join fleet in Downs, 575
-, leave fleet and return to, 587.
Theachi. See Vathy.
Theobalds [co. Hertford] :
king hunting at, 6
-, king gives up going to, because of plague, 26n
-, king going to, 88, 90.
king expected at, 554
-, preparations for stopped, 556
-, king at, 563
-, king leaves for London, 564.
Thessalonica, archbishop of. See Vitelli, Francesco.
Thomasine, Tomasini, Tomasin, merchantman :
Wyche prevents sailing under Venetian flag, 396, 397n
-, Wyche claims consulage from, 408
-, captain wounded at Zante, 415, 451.
question of relieving of new impost, 29, 31, 57
-, Crow takes in ships to Constantinople, 466.
Tindel, William, Englishman at Zante :
statement on wounding of English consul, 415.
T'Kint. See Kint.
Charles puts taxes on, 299.
Toledo, Don Antonio de, y d'Avila, marquis of Mirabel :
urges French queen to prevent treaty with England, 260
-, to receive Chevreuse, 320.
-, Garcia de, marquis of Villafranca :
to command Spanish fleet, 504.
Tomasina. See Thomasine.
Tomaso, Prince, of Savoy, Prince of Carignan :
sends secretary to England, 60
-, mediator for Soissons with Catholic, 254.
various opinions about death of, 266
-, only dangerously ill, 274, 275.
action at brother's death, 316.
duchess of Savoy sends to, 356
-, sets out for Italy, 363
-, to command forces of league to expel French from Italy, 365
-, not going to Italy, 377.
negotiates agreement between England and Bavaria, 503.
overruns Piedmont and besieges Turin, 526n.
-, secretary of. See Silvio.
-, wife of. See Bourbon, Marie de, princess of Carignan.
tonnage and poundage, duties on exports and imports :
claim of parliament to control grand, 298
-, king levies and increases, 298.
Torgau, Turgo [Prussian Saxony, Germany] :
Swedes abandon, 251, 252n.
Tornone, baron of, envoy from Savoy to England :
comes to impart duke's death, 484
-, presents to, departure, 490.
Totnen. See Teddington.
Toulon [Var, France] :
French fleet puts in at, 60.
Tour d' Auvergne, Frederick Maurice de la, duke of Bouillon :
visits England on way to Holland, 3, 9.
Tours [Indre et Loire, France], 268.
advantage of war to English, 16, 87, 245.
loss by requisitioning ships for fleet, 47.
French assurances to Leicester upon, 71.
Fielding's efforts to encourage, 75, 240
-, desire of Venice to foster in islands, 75.
England will not risk loss of by war with Spain, 102, 145.
negotiations for opening with States of the Church, 149, 216.
of Spain with London stopped because of plague, 154.
injured by collection of duties in Downs, 210.
with empire important to Dutch, 255.
privileges granted by king of Morocco to English, 282
-, encouraged by king's generosity, 294.
efforts to encourage Western, with Crete, 319, 320.
English ships essential for French, during war, 340
-, stopped by French seizure of English ships, 375.
restored by settlement of Pearl case, 378, 380.
general decline of Venetian, effort to revive by reduction of duties, 386.
licences to foreigners to practise, in London, 387
-, English endangered by Barbary pirates, 476.
Turkish encouragement of pirates may induce powers to unite for defence of, 492.
of English coast towns, Dutch injured by, 591.
See also acids
-, Levant Company
-, Muscovy Company
-, salt fish
-, States of the Church
trained bands, London :
line streets for Bellievre's first audience, 338.
Trequair, earl of. See Stewart, John.
Trautmansdorff, Traumestorf, Count Maximilian von :
Taylor referred to, 191.
Travi, Silvestro, of Murano, glass worker :
Mansell tries to get services, 390.
Treasurer. See Juxon, William, bishop of London.
expected appointment of Wentworth as, 568.
-, of Scotland. See Stewart, John, earl of Traquair.
-, of the queen. See Wynne, Sir Richard.
-, See Grimnitz
-, Intercursus Magnus
Tremblay, Francois du, Pere Joseph, Capuchin :
secret negotiations with Leicester, 89.
Trenchen, Captain, of the Ark :
calls at Constantinople for cargo, 408.
Tresham, Sir William :
permit to take recruits to Flanders, 489n.
Tresson, Jean Marie de, superior of the queen's Capuchins :
sent on mission to Rome and Loreto, 506, 507n.
Treves [Rhenish Provinces, Germany] :
archbishop elector of. See Sotern, Philip Christopher von.
Trivisan, Girolamo, Savio alla Mercanzia, 538, 546.
Treviso [Prov. Treviso, Italy] :
service of Giovanni Giustinian at, 521.
Trevor, Sir Thomas, baron of the Exchequer :
judgment in shipmoney case, 409, 410.
Tromp, Martin, Lieutenant Admiral of the Dutch fleet :
takes up menacing attitude off England, 328.
defeats Dunkirk fleet off Gravelines, 501n
-, Dunkirk fleet evades, 507n.
stops English ship taking troops or money to Spaniards, 549
-, stops English ships and takes off Spanish troops, 552, 553n, 554
-, lands them in France, 554.
takes up position to intercept fleet from Spain, 552, 553n
-, ordered to keep watch between Boulogne and English coast, 554.
action about English ships criticised but finally approved, 555.
reprisals against Dunkirkers, 557.
drives Oquendo under Dover, 573
-, reinforcements reach, 574, 577, 584
-, determined on fresh battle with Oquendo, 575.
States try to leave responsibility for attack with, 579
-, more determined orders sent to, 582
-, asks for definite instructions, 583
-, told to attack, 583, 585.
king promises to get rid of Spanish fleet, 580
-, strength of fleet under, 584.
informs Pennington of intention to attack, 584
-, attacks and wins complete victory, 586
-, report of victory to Orange, 587, 588.
Pennington ordered to arrest, 589.
troops. See soldiers.
Tuillerie, Tullerie, sieur de la. See Cognet, Gaspard.
Tunis [N. Africa] :
Venetians capture galleys of, at Valona, 444, 446.
ships of defeated off Ireland, 449, 462.
-, See also Barbary.
Turgo. See Torgau.
Turin [Prov. Torino, Italy,] 334n, 360, 440, 486 :
courier detained at, 166.
Fielding sent to, 324, 333, 340, 343, 346, 353, 376, 378, 388, 518, 527
-, Fielding's complaints of reception at, 406
-, Fielding recalled from, 420
-, Fielding to stay at, 421, 424.
French gentleman from, 427
-, duchess ill at, 491
-, duchess besieged in, 526n.
Fielding leaves, 491n
-, Fielding's stay at, 518.
Fielding suggests Venice sending ambassador to, 519.
Turkey and Turks, Porte :
Austrians fears of trouble from, 78
-, Poland bulwark against, 350.
fleet, English sailors who fought released, 139.
French treat English worse than, 329.
English trade with, 330, 331, 438
-, can buy English cloth at Zante, 361
-, drawback to trading with, 361, 403.
frequent Spalato, 330
-, Hyde takes refuge in, 450, 451.
foreign ministers with remonstrate at imprisonment of Bailo, 465
-, outrage admitted, 470.
English treaties with, 474.
Venetians prepare against hostilities, 476, 485
-, Talbot's office on ill will of, 480.
king confers with Conn about, 478, 479
-, Venetian thanks for king's action upon threat from, 483.
incline to accommodation, 487, 491
-, England ready to help against, 488, 491, 492
-, Venetian thanks for, 498, 514, 554.
opinion of Charles about difference with Venice, 497
-, promise of support, 564, 565.
war with Persia, 497
-, reported victory of Persians over, 549.
Spanish offer to co-operate against 498
-, fears of rupture, 517.
Fielding gives assurances of support against, 514, 540, 542, 552
-, Venetian appreciation of, 522, 527
-, Hyde driven to, by Aquila, 528.
Levant Co. develops currant trade from, 549.
English offer of help against merely courtesy, 552
-, Venetian dispute with adjusted, 564, 573.
Caimecan, Kaimakam. See Massa
Emino of Arsenal, 9.
Grand Vizier of. See Beiramp.
dominions of, 44.
Sultan of. See Murad IV.
-, -, Venice tries to draw away trade from, 386 : Uscock raid on, 398.
Turkey Company. See Levant Company.
Turkish pirates :
depredations in Ireland, 73, 116, 256
-, sail away on approach of fleet, 77.
attack royal ship, 73.
French fleet captures three and releases English prisoners, 82
-, Pennington sent against, 116.
captured off Barbary, 256.
See also Algiers
-, Turnir, Leonard
-, Leonardo de Padova formerly Tomaso called English :
made galley slave for debt, 368
-, release, 369, 388.
-, Samuel, physician of Queen Anne, 368n.
Tuscany, Italy :
resident at Venice :
writes to Salvetti of Fielding's departure, 389.
grand duchess of. See Maria Magdalena.
grand duke of. See Medici, Ferdinand II de'.
princesses of. See Medici, Anne de', Mary de'.
Tweed, River :
Arundel advances to, 544
-, army stationary at, 546.
Tyrone, earl of. See O' Neill, John.