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.
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.
-, 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.
-, 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.
great increase under commonwealth, 187-8, 192
-, almost entirely destroyed by war, 266, 276.
- See also Cephalonia
-, Levant Co.
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.
-, most powerful known, 99
-, action with at Fochies, 101, 114.
heavy losses, 113.
English ships accompanied, 113
-, Middleton's engagement with, 132.
-, 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
-, Mohammed Pasha
Sultan of. See , Ibrahim
-, Mohmamed IV.
Tuscany, Grand Duke of. See Medici, Ferdinand II de'.
Tyrhennian Sea, Dutch concentration in, 271.