Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 35, 1666-1668. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1935.
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Taafe, Theobald, viscount Carlingford, lord Taf, English envoy in Germany:
-, announces alliance with Austrians, 40, 45; presses for declarations but without powers, 59.
-, intimate relations with Swedish ambassador, 54.
-, talks of leaving, 62; recalled, 80; leaves, lack of success, 99, 106.
-, complaints of Spanish dealings reported by Potting, 89.
-, movements of, force strengthening of Tangier, 276; successes of, 327.
-, asks for an ambassador, 327; proposal to send Howard to, 329, 330.
Tangier, Tanger, N. Africa:
-, French attack on mooted, 7, 12; Louis offers to buy, 264, 267; reluctance to sell, 276; nothing more said about, 300, 312.
-, harassed by Gayland, 7; interest of Venice in, 272.
-, troops to be fetched from, 7.
-, Spaniards to have use of port, 119; question of returning to Spain, 151.
-, Venetian prize taken into, 185; Spanish ship detained at, 192.
-, French tartane seized by squadron of, 192n.
-, Sandwich sent to, about building arsenal, 248; advantage of to England, 264; hopes conceived of, 276.
-, Harvey asked for to compose differences with Algerians, 249; news expected from about Harvey's arrangements, 271.
-, suggestion to keep galleys at, 300, 304.
-, munitioned because of Taffilet's success, 327; declared a free mart, 330.
-, hope of benefiting trade of by arrangement with Taffilet, 327, 329, 330.
-, governor of. See Bellasis, John lord.
-, deputy governor of. See Norwood, Col. Henry.
tapestry, industry of, Flanders robbed of, by France, 300.
Taylor, John, secretary to Sandwich, in Spain: 3n.
Tello de Guzman, Gaspard, marquis la Fuente, Fuentes, Spanish ambassador in France:
-, blames Swedish ambassadors for celebrating English victory, 28; intimation made by, in Council of State, 54.
-, sees king about report of peace with Portugal, 70; tries to discredit Embrun, 71.
-, chief object to soothe the French, 71.
Temple, Dorothy, wife of Sir William:
-, Mocenigo calls on, sailing for Holland, 302, 320.
takes treaty to London, 215n; brings ratification to Hague, 215.
-, Sir William, English resident at Brussels:
remonstrates about capture of Hamilton's horses, 191n.
proposes alliance to de Witt, 209, 213; warns him of French designs, 209, 210; proposals remarked in France, 211.
takes treaty negotiations out of hands of Dutch ambassadors, 213; treaty concluded by, 215.
interview with Marchesini, 278–9.
wrote to king in favour of Venice, 278; king to write to, 284.
conversations with de Witt, 297, 302; Marchesini to incite to keep de Witt well disposed, 311.
proposal to speak to States about joint action, 297, 301, 303.
Mocenigo on look-out for orders to, 298; is hopeful of orders to, 302.
to speak about help for Venice, 305, 310; Mocenigo asks Arlington about orders sent to, 306; Arlington writes to, 316; despatch to referred to, 326.
Mocenigo thanks Trevor for commissions to, 307; useful to solicit to act promptly, 311.
Marchesini sees, assurances of, 314–6; hopes of help through, 316.
commissions sent to, 316; Mocenigo eager to learn reply of, 320, 322, 324, 326, 328, 331; reply from awaited, 324.
Mocenigo writes to encourage to act, 320; need of minister in Holland to stir up, 331.
Teves y Cordova, Don Gaspar de, Spanish ambassador at Venice:
-, presents articles of peace with Portugal, 216.
Texel, Tessel [N. Holland, Netherlands]: 1.
-, Danish squadron sails from, 29; squadron from defeated, 124n.
-, ships for France to be sent from Amsterdam to, 139.
-, Dutch fleet gathering at, 147; ships leave Pampus for, 160.
-, ships at from Greenland, 271.
Thames, river; river of London, 274.
-, English fleet sails from, 14; Rupert gets ships back to, 15.
-, Dutch send fleet to blockade, 19, 31, 36, 40, 45, 49; plan for joint blockade of, 34–5.
-, some English ships taken higher up, banks fortified, 36; Dutch plan for a landing in, 46, 56.
-, English fleet sallies out from, 49; fleet reported back in, 63.
-, Dutch blockade of referred to, 56; de Witt expected to sail for, 86.
-, ships from Gothenburg reach safely, 124.
-, Dutch propose to send fleet to blockade, 138; Dutch fleet sails for, 168; Ruyter ordered to enter, 170.
-, de Witt advocates attack on, 170; Ruyter to establish himself at mouth of, 171; effect of attack in England, 172; exasperation over, 174, 194; Clarendon held responsible for, 184.
-, Dutch fleet blockading, 171, 174, 181; Spragg attacks Dutch in, 178.
-, Spanish prize brought into, 253n.
-, ship of war at mouth of, to stop ships from infected parts, 286.
Thomson, Robert, deputy of E. India Co. to Breda, 158n.
Thurn, Guidobald von, archbishop of Salzburg and cardinal, the cardinal di Thum, death of, 223.
Tilbury, Tilbur, co. Essex:
-, Ruyter abandons proposed attack on, 170.
-, glasses not broken at, in England, 275.
-, crop damaged in W. Indies, 271.
Tobago, Tobacco, W. Indies:
-, French capture, 127.
Toncurt. See Hampton Court.
Touchet, James, earl of Castlehaven:
-, troops of cross to Ostend, 168n.
Toulon [Var, France]: 1.
-, order for building eight ships at, 95.
Toulouse [Hunte Garonne, France]:
-, pensioner of England arrested at, 32.
Tour d'Auvergne, Henri de la, vicomte de Turenne, Turena, marshal of France:
-, consulted by Council, 23; king consulting with, 142; arrival of levies may induce to move, 183.
-, England suffering from loss of, 53, 59.
-, French measures against Dutch, 65, 133, 243, 263, 332.
-, Spanish junta discussing difficulties over, with England 112; good progress in negotiations upon, 118; threats of Sandwich against Spanish, 132; Sandwich ready to continue to treat about, 135; Spanish concessions to English, 136, 162.
-, Lisola complains of hard proposals about, 195.
-, Colbert's proposal for exclusive, between England and France, 263, 267, 276, 300, 304, 306, 312.
-, See also Cephalonia; cloth; coal; corn; currants; East India Co.; East Indies; gold; hemp; herring fishery; Indies; ivory; lead; Levant; Levant Co.; meat; merchants; oil; pitch; rope; salt; salt fish; saltpetre; silk; silk hose; silversmiths tapestry; tobacco; weavers; West India Co.; West Indies; whale fishery; wheat; wine; wool; Zante.
treaty of 1662:
-, to be basis for negotiations at Breda, 153; French do not want negotiations prolonged on account of, 162; English claims under, 165.
Trebizond, archbishop of. See Franchiori, Agostino.
Trent [Italy], bishopric of, 223.
-, frequent murder of couriers in, 223.
-, minister of posts at, 223.
Treslong, Otto, commander of the Duivenwoorde, 16n.
Trevor, Treveri, Trevers, Sir John, English envoy to France:
-, reaches France, king speaks bitterly to, 215.
-, -, secretary of state:
Mocenigo's memorial referred to, 289; Mocenigo calls on, 295; presses needs of Candia on, his reply, 297.
surprised at Venice keeping minister at Porte, 298.
Mocenigo waiting to tackle, 298; sees him on return from country, 301.
sends word that writing to Temple, 305; visits Mocenigo, says practically no doubt about decision, 307.
Triple Alliance (England, Holland and Sweden):
-, causes apprehension in France, 217; French ambition facilitated, 243.
-, Dona's death will cause delay over, 220; ratified by Sweden, approved in Holland, 246.
-, Swiss negotiating to enter, 267; Dutch ready to concede, 272; Dutch wish to be common to all, 306.
-, Dutch want dukes of Luneburg to enter, 272, 306.
-, French efforts to dissolve, 276, 314; Colbert closely watching steps for re-establishment of, 330.
-, Temple represents as on the point of conclusion, 315; Swiss cool off about, 327.
-, Dutch anxious to prevent trouble for, 326; efforts to bring back Sweden into, 330.
Tromp, Cornelis, Dutch admiral:
-, estimate of English losses in battle, 22; commanded rearguard off Thames, 49; separated from main body, 50.
-, quarrel with Ruyter, 56; dismissed from employment and confined to house, 61; acclaimed, wherever he appears, 65.
Tron, Andrea, son of Nicolo:
-, with Mocenigo at entry, 274; attends him to audience, 280; presented to king and queen, 281; presented to duke and duchess of York, 282; leaves for Holland and France, 309.
Trotti, Monsignor, papal nuncio at Florence:
-, has secret audience of Prince Leopold, 124.
Turenne, vicomte de, Turena. See Tour d'Auvergne, Henri de la.
Turkey, Ottoman power, the Porte:
-, opening of relations with Genoa, 25; England, Holland and Venice should join to prevent, 96.
-, intolerable temper of, 43.
-, efforts of Lesley to prevent Venice making peace with, 55.
-, Venetian representations against foreign ships serving, 83, 85, 120, 227–9, 233, 237, 239, 243, 251.
-, Sandwich inquires about plans for coming campaign, 131; English most capable of troubling at sea, 211.
-, persistence of attack on Candia, 203; army against reinforced, 219.
-, English fear of resenting help for Venice, 210, 228, 316; Marchesini says fear needless, 228.
-, English and Dutch might send ships to stop supplies for, 219.
-, Venetian appeals for help against, 219, 224.
-, Winchelsea at times performs reckless offices with, 221.
-, England at peace with and unwilling to offend, 224.
-, all the princes giving aid openly against, 232.
-, respect for England, 233; king's mediation likely to be effective with, 237.
-, suggestion that Charles shall mediate with, 233, 244; necessary to know if will accept mediation, 238; Harvey commissioned to treat for peace with, 324.
-, ships only served against wishes of king and owners, 234; orders enjoining them not to serve, 237, 244, 249, 259.
-, not relaxing hold, 235; supreme effort intended in next campaign, 279.
-, more careful about using ships of Levant Co., 237; respect for Co., 245.
-, proposal to force peace on not approved at Venice, 239; need to prevent further aggrandisement of, 248.
-, danger of sea power of, if conquers Crete, 242; Arlington asks about claims to Crete, 254; reputation staked at Crete, 259.
-, England with French and Dutch might force to let go of Crete, 262, 286; need to be sure France devoting all attention to, 278.
-, question of mission from Venice to, 262; Trevor astonished at Venice keeping minister in, 298.
-, glory of resisting belongs to Venice alone, 262; Candia hard pressed by, 283.
-, Cigala left for Germany, 268.
-, will never give up Candia, once conquered, 288; suggestion of joint action for peace with, 294, 317.
-, England unwilling to interrupt good relations with, 290; name of England respected in, 315.
-, Poland might provide useful distraction for, 294.
-, Mocenigo says Monk would strike terror into at head of army, 298; Temple urged to get help against, 320.
-, proposed joint representations to, 303, 307.
-, Rupert agrees with policy of attacking at home, 308.
-, misunderstanding about mediation in, 328.
-, Caimecam of. See Kara Mustapha.
-, -, of Adrianople. See Mustapha.
-, fleet of:
-,-, Sandwich would like to lead fleet against, 131.
-,-, invention for sudden destruction of, 310.
-, Grand Vizier of. See Kiuprili, Ahmad.
-, Sultan of. See Mahomet IV.
-, treasurer. See Eges.
-, roughly handled by English near Gibraltar, 224.
-, take umbrage at Winchelsea visiting Dolfino, 225; English merchants would inform of help to Venice, 254.
-, great preparations against Candia, 229, 233–4, 253; determined efforts, 258–9, 288.
-, Leopard not to be exposed to violence of, 259.
-, Venetian struggle to save Candia from, 261; Candia closely besieged by, 263; likely to prove a tomb for, 301.
-, efforts to enlist help against, 265; Dutch indifferent to noticing help, 283.
-, Mocenigo urges king to stay barbarity, 284; fear of taking vengeance on Harvey, 298.
-, report of severe repulse of at Candia, 290; good and bad news about does equal harm, 295.
-, Charles asks about operations at Candia, 311.
-, Grand Duke of. See Medici, Ferdinand II de'.
-, grand prince of. See Medici, Cosimo II de'.
-, Mocenigo passes through, 223.