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Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 28, 1647-1652. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1927.

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Taafe, Theobald Viscount, Lord Taff, 264.

Tagus, River, Portugal :

parliament fleet blockades, 151-3
-, reported action in, 154
-, parliament fleet leaves, 160.

Taillefer, Henry de, seigneur de la Barriere, Condé's agent in England :

little profit from negotiations, 234, 346
-, presents letter from prince, 237
-, presses for reply, 240, 246
-, pressing for free trade with Gascony, 280.

Tain, Tania, co. Cromarty, Scotland, bailiwick, accepts union, 224.

Talbot, earl of (?), joins king, 200.

-, Sir Gilbert, English secretary at Venice, house taken by, 121.

Tania. See Tain.

tapestries, arras of Charles sold by auction, bought by Cardenas, 175.

Tarmurt. See Yarmouth, Great.

taxation :

for raising 90,000l. a month, 95, 255
-, increased to 120,000l., 264, 322.

amount extorted in, 138
-, new, for navy, 271
-, appropriation of for army and navy, 322.

of 400,000l. proposed, likely to raise outcry, 305
-, doubled for the war, 312.

- See also customs.

Taylor, John, envoy of Charles to Vienna :

arrival at Vienna, 116
-, objects of mission, 117
-, Sagredo avoids relations with, 117-8
-, speaks of help from Sweden, 120.

Tenedos, Grecian Archipelago :

Turkish fleet cruising near, 258.

Terceiras, Terceras, Azores :

Spanish fleet for, 162.

Thames, River :

revolted ships to block, 66
-, prince of Wales at mouth of, 70, 73.

war-ships ordered to mouth of, 243, 249
-, all ships ready sent out of, 259.

embargo on Flemish, Dutch and Hamburg ships in, 246.

census of all watermen on, 249
-, pressgangs busy on, 322.

merchantmen in, pressed for fleet, 261
-, crews taken out of merchantmen in, for fleet, 325.

measures to prevent Dutch blockading, 263-4
-, Ayscue at mouth of, 266
-, Dutch squadron for, 293
-, danger of Dutch blockade, 323.

crowded with ships, 280
-, damaged warships enter, 296.

Danish ships detained in, 303
-, colliers reach from Scotland, 310, 322
-, Blake takes refuge in, 325.

Thomas, captured by Popham's fleet, 104.

Thomas Bonadventure, merchantman, in action at Monte Cristo, 280n.

Thomas and William, merchantman, 142
-, forced to unlade at Smyrna, 96.

Thompson, William, a Leveller, raid on Northampton, 105, 107.

Tilinghem, near Amsterdam, Netherlands, Charles visits sister at, 204.

Tindal, William, English merchant at Zante, 133.

Tinos, Tine, island, 14.

Tipperary
-, Tiperari, Ireland, reduced to submission, 142
-, steps taken to secure gentry of, 210.

Todde, Capt., governor of Enniscorthy, taken prisoner, 136.

Tore. See James, duke of York.

Tories
-, Irish, harried by Col. Hewson, 216
-, and elsewhere, 217
-, raided in Wicklow, 230
-, must submit or die, 239.

Torre, Don Diego della, Spanish envoy in Ireland, quarrel with Rinuccini, 104-5.

-, Girolamo della, Spanish secretary, 174.

suggests that Venice shall make friendly advances to England, 186-7.

Touchet, James, earl of Castlehaven, Castelhpaen, reported victory over Ireton, 200.

Toulon [Var, France] :

privateers arming at, 134-5
-, Rupert at, 167.

English fleet fires on, 179
-, ship of captured, 180n, 183.

goods laded at, 230
-, Dutch ships from to join squadron, 275
-, van Galen enlists soldiers at, 296.

Tour d'Auvergne, Henri de la, vicomte Turenne, marshal of France, fear that may engage Scottish prisoners, 167.

trade :

great increase under commonwealth, 187-8, 192
-, almost entirely destroyed by war, 266, 276.

- See also Cephalonia
-, cloth
-, coal
-, currants
-, Leghorn
-, Levant
-, Levant Co.
-, merchants
-, oil
-, ships
-, silk
-, velvet
-, wine
-, wool.

trained bands, militia :

order for control of, 10
-, proposed terms with king about, 17, 19, 23, 25, 34, 64, 70, 75
-, London petition about, 69
-, act for regulation of, 107.

treasons, new act on, 103.

Tredan castle, Ireland, Coote garrisons, 210.

Trevor, Col. Mark, ? Deleur, 112.

Trim, Prin, co. Meath, Ireland :

Preston defeated near, 15
-, Preston takes, 18.

Trinity House :

consuls chosen by, 59, 62.

Tripoli, N. Africa :

English ship takes munitions of war to, 275.

- See also Barbary.

Tromp, Cornelis van :

captures English ship with Phœnix, 313
-, escapes when Phœnix retaken, 316
-, Phœnix captured by, 320
-, means to have revenge, 324.

-, Martin van, Dutch Admiral :

action with English off Folkestone, 242
-, question if acted under orders, 243
-, to be held responsible, 245
-, action disapproved at Hague, 248
-, and disavowed, 253.

reported victory over Blake, 269, 273
-, looking for other squadron, 273
-, fleet concentrating under, for battle, 275.

at Hague, 304.

Tunis, N. Africa :

Phœnix takes money to, 92.

-, Pasha of, reports offer of English ships against Venice, 211.

- See also Barbary.

Turenne, Viscount. See Tour d' Auvergne, Henry de la.

Turkey and Turks, Porte :

demand use of foreign ships, 6-8, 53
-, foreigners unlikely to serve, 8
-, English will not serve, 11, 61, 67, 94.

proposed mission to England and Holland, 6, 7
-, reported English concessions, to 42.

astonished and dismayed, 14
-, heavy loss in fight with Venetians, 16.

dismiss Christian ships, 20
-, withdraw demand for foreign ships, 33.

profit by quarrels among English, 22
-, help to carry off Crow, 27
-, quarrels will render outrageous, 29
-, fresh efforts to arm, 31.

representations against foreign ships serving, 40, 53, 55-6, 67, 75, 92, 98, 101, 123, 125, 162, 167, 176, 178, 180, 275
-, Charles angry about, 119.

violence shown to foreign ships, 53-4
-, detaining foreign ships, 74
-, want use of English ships, 113.

Irish offer of help against, 54
-, Hyde to make representations to about Bailo, 119.

Levant Co. orders ships not to serve, 63, 128
-, English will not carry troops for, 101.

danger of ships serving, 95
-, danger by refusing to serve, 96.

Bendish promises English ships to, 96, 98, 159, 165-6, 171, 173
-, English demands of, for service, 99
-, changing opinions about use of ships, 100
-, ships only transports for, 117.

expect to have Crete soon, 106
-, peace negotiations with Venice, 109
-, only inflexible with Venice, 122.

excitement against English for action of ships, 113
-, seizure of Christian ships by, 168.

erecting new forts along coast, 114
-, anxiety of English for trade with, 126
-, English republicans adopting manners, 138.

closely watch relations between foreign ministers, 126
-, Levant Co. officers in to be informed of arrangement with Venice, 131.

using English ship for Barbary, 142
-, English ships held back from ports, 170.

will acknowledge Charles when restored, 154
-, king's care for royalists in, 161
-, Bendish bribes to expel Hyde, 163.

connection with England will prevent Spanish hostilities against, 163.

Venice fears parliament ships being used for, 168
-, no danger, 171.

urging Bendish to supply ships promised, 168.

Philip writes to prevent England helping, 174, 180
-, alleged offer of English war ships to, 211.

Venetian dread of English help for, 179, 194
-, England ready to help Venice against, 186.

Charles's care of royalists persecuted by, 188
-, English complain of ill treatment by, 264.

Haro can find no trace of English alliance with, 196
-, report of Cardenas on question, 199
-, pope enquires about, 203.

offer of trade advantage in return for ships, 211.

Venetian irresolution prevents English help against, 229
-, sympathy for Venice in struggle with, 231, 237
-, England the country best fitted to help against, 233
-, England's voice would give pause to, 246.

Venetian measures against, 242
-, English ships serving against, 304, 308.

Venice seeking English ships and men against, 268, 290
-, withdrawal of English ships will elate, 288.

new ambassador starting for, 284.

Captain Pasha, of, 67. See also Fasli
-, Haideragasade Mohammed
-, Hosambegsade Ali
-, Woinok Ahmed.

Emino, 102.

fleet :

sails, 98
-, most powerful known, 99
-, action with at Fochies, 101, 114.

heavy losses, 113.

English ships accompanied, 113
-, Middleton's engagement with, 132.

strength, 113
-, English and Barbary ships join, 114
-, weakened by foreign ships leaving, 116
-, fear of English squadron joining, 232.

making ready, 176.

Appleton refuses to accompany to Canea, 232.

waiting opportunity to sail for Crete, 258
-, heavy losses in action with Relief, 259.

Grand Vizier of. See, Ahmed
-, Gurdschi Mohammed
-, Mansul
-, Mohammed Pasha
-, Murad
-, Ssalih.

Mufti,112

Sultan of. See , Ibrahim
-, Mohmamed IV.

Tuscany, Grand Duke of. See Medici, Ferdinand II de'.

Tyrhennian Sea, Dutch concentration in, 271.