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Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 9, 1592-1603. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1897.

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Talbot, Elizabeth, Countess of Shrewsbury.

custodian of the Lady Arabella Stuart, 1159, 1168.

-, Gilbert, Earl of Shrewsbury, Ambassador (1596) to France, with garter, 490, 503, 504.

Tallow, English trade in, with Turkey, 401, 941, 950, 1119.

Tangiers, Spanish garrison at, 583.

Taract, Dimitrio and Michalachi, of Zea, letter from, in Greek, 1148.

Tarnaroscki, George, Vice-Chancellor of Poland, 409.

Tassis, Jean Battiste, 656,

plenipotentiary from Spain for peace of Vervins, 663;

appointed Ambassador to France, 774;

his desire for peace and separation of Holland from Spain, 815.

Temesvar, Pasha of, orders to, 177;

appointed Pasha of Bosnia, 180.

Thames, shipping in the, threatened by Spinola, 1096.

Thou (Tour), Baron du (Tal, Tu), nominated Ambassador (16012) from Frauce to Scotland, 1025, 1084.

Timone, Antonio, 290.

Tin, English trade in, with Turkey, 96, 401, 941.

Toledo, Archbishop of, his case, 362, 446;

a favourite of Philip III., 737;

his present towards King's necessities, 870.

-, Chapter of, gift by, to King, 475.

-, relic at, 725.

-, King at, 871.

Toledo, Don Fernando of, 508.

-, Don Pedro de, in command of Italian squadron, 566.

Tomerlan, Tamurlauo, Conte di. See Cumberland, Earl of, 369, 432.

Tornabuoni,, agent for Duke of Mercur, 620, 625.

Torture, Spanish use of, 125.

-, of the cord, applied by English pirates, 1151.

Ttes, Les, action at, between Henry IV. and Duke of Parma, 63, 76.

Toul (Tal), Baron de. Sec Thou.

Toulon, 92, 113, 115, 187;

English ships at, 596.

Tours, plot to deliver, to Duke of Mayenne, 44.

Tracts, printed, speech to States General, A.D. 1593, 195;

proclamation (1596) by Earl of Essex and Lord Howard of Ettngham of causes of declaration of war agaiust Spain (French);

the same (Italian), 459;

the like proclamation (1602), by Don Juan d'Aquila (Latin), 1053.

Trade in corn, and horses, from Algiers, &c, to France, 20, 31, 89, 115, 116, 123, 127.

-, Turkish, damaged by Venetians, 74.

-, Florentine, with Turkey. Sec Tuscany.

-, English, with Turkey, in linen and tin, 96, 401.

-, -, -, Venice, in grain, 103, 109.

-, -, and Spanish. See Burgos.

-, Venetian, with Dantzig and Hamburg, in grain, 109, 501.

-, -, -, Turkey, 127.

-, in currants, from Zante. See Ships;

Summacchia.

-, English, with Hanse towns, 182, 611, 673, 694.

-, -, -, Venice, 184.

-, in London broadcloth, 358.

-, Commercial mission of English Jesuit to Lower Germany, 359.

-, Papal, with England, in alum, 394.

-, between countries at war, 388, 396, 695, 1171, 1172.

-, English, with Turkey, in broad-cloth, cables, caviare, iron, tin, tallow, sausages, and swords, 401, 427, 941, 950, 1031, 1119.

-, French, with Turkey, in sail-canvas, 426.

-, Flemish (or Dutch), in salt, 479.

-, Dutch, with Spain and possessions, in grain, 504.

-, Anglo-French, in cloth, 536.

-, Bordeaux, with England, 539

-, Venetian, with German Empire, in drugs and cloth, 611.

-, in Levant, under French flag, 622.

-, English, at Ormuz, 624.

-, Venetian, with England, in currants. 653, 654.

-, in sulphur, with England. See Ships;

Summacchia.

-, in jasper, lutes, and manna and senna, 654.

-, English commercial envoy to Germany, 673, 691, 716.

-, East Indian, of Portugal, threatened by Dutch, 712, 746, 813.

-, English, in Levant, 641, 662, 671, 716, 748, 806, 849, 878, 923, 931, 1119.

-, Spanish with India, 749.

-, English, with France, in woollen goods, 769, 778, 1007.

-, French, with Spain, in grain, 762, 777, 778, 1091.

-, merchandize exchanged, in war-time, between Dutch, English, and Spanish, at Calais, 785.

-, French, with Spain, in salt, 795.

-, Danish, with San Nicholas, in Muscovy, 813.

-, Levant Company's, its position in Turkish and Venetian waters, its charter, 849.

-, Venetian with Brazil, 859.

-, Spanish sugar plantations, 866.

-, Anglo-Dutch, to be conducted solely through Antwerp, Spanish proposal, 868, 876, 883.

-, French, with Syria, in spices, 878.

-, goods of friendly states, on enemy's ships, exempt from seizure, 895, 896, 986.

-, Turkish tariff on, 918.

-, English, with Turkey, in woollen goods, 918, 1119.

-, export of silver from England, Queen's objection to, 923.

-, English, with E. Indies, to be limited to twelve ships yearly, Spanish proposition, 923.

-, new route for, from Persia to northern Europe, 922, 925, 927, 940, 942.

-, English, with Persia, 958.

-, Dantzig, with Spain, in arms, 1074.

-, French, in Sardines, 976.

-, wine, in Turkey, stopped, 983, 989, 997.

-, Turkish, in soap, 1031.

-, between Lisbon and Venice, in sugar, 1105.

-, Turkish, with England, in silk, cotton, linen, indigo, gall nuts, carpets and camelots, 1119.

-, Turkish, in hides, 1124.

-, cargo of senna and cassia, from Alexandria, 1126.

- in Carubiau beans, 1128.

-, French, in linseed, 1128.

-, insurance of vessels, 1128.

-, free trade, between Lisbon and Venice, Venetian representations to England to secure, 1131, 1171, 1172.

-, Levantine, engrossed by English, 1119, 1136, 1140, 1146, 1147.

-, in oil, wine, and lemons, 1149.

-, in damask and satin, 1151.

-, English, in Baltic, its relative importance, 1152, 1160.

-, Anglo-Venetian in saltpetre, 1155.

-, English, in relation to other European countries, considered, 1160.

Tragusa (?) in Zealand, 1131.

Transylvania, agent for. See Zamoyski.

-, Prince of, his revolt, 317;

proposed attack on, 393, 512;

ruins Imperial plans at Keresztes, 524;

proposed truce with, 546;

correspondence of, with Barton, 559, 576, 577, 585;

agent from, at Constantinople, 585;

peace desired with, by Turk, 620.

-, Sigismund, Prince of, his visits to Poland and England, his arrest in Pomerania, on return, 836.

Treasurer, Lord, of England. See Cecil, William, Knt., Lord Burghley.

Tremouille, M. de, 652.

Trevico, Marquess of, 541.

Tributes, Turkish, assignment of, 96.

Trinidad, fort in, captured by English, 373.

Tripoli, export from, of grain and horses to France, 20, 31;

French intrigue for appointment of Pasha of (Giaffer), as Capudan, 204;

Turkish outrage on English ship, and consul, at, 1031, 1033;

visited by Turkish fleet, 1038.

Tron, Nicolo, noble Venetian, 1131.

Troyes, Bishop of. See Senescey.

Tudor, Arthur, brother of Henry VIII., 1143.

-, Edmund, brother of Henry, VIII., 1143.

-, Margaret, Queen Dowager of Scotland, 1143.

-, Mary, sister of Henry VIII., 1143.

Tunis, export from, of corn and horses to France, 20, 31.

Tunny fishery, 473. See also Algarve.

Turin, Venetian Ambassador in, 514.

Turkey, (1592), threatened by Persia, defers attack on Spain, 5.

-, -, English negotiations with, 12, 13, 14, 19, 89.

-, -, concessions by, to England, 20.

-, -, French negotiations with, 28, 31, 89, 104.

-, -, Spanish negotiations with, 35, 36, 40 89, 104.

-, -, mutinous troops in, 56,

dread of, 190, 198, 206, 950.

-, -, fleet of, prepared, 57, 58.

-, -, salary paid by, to foreign Ambassadors in, 67, 227.

-, -, scandalous treatment in, of French ex-Ambassador. See Savari Lanscosme, Jacques de.

-, -, Venetian policy of, 74.

-, -, subjects of, redeemed from Christian slavery, 79, 89.

-, -, tributes due to, assigned in payment for jewels, 96.

-, -, English trade with, 96.

-, -, truce declined by, with Spain, 104.

-, -, store set by, on French alliance, 113, 145.

-, -, Marseilles threatened by, 113, 187.

-, -, negotiations by, with England and France, 114, 115, 116, 117.

-, (1593), naval preparations of, a threat to Christendom, 121, 123, 136.

-, -, corn contract with, intrigues for, 127, 134.

-, -, Spanish negotiations with, for truce, 128.

-, -, negotiations with, for employment of fleet of, against Spain, 131, 145, 152, 155, 156, 187.

-, -, ancient capitulations between, and France, 156.

-, -, war declared by, against Holy Roman Empire, 159, 164.

-, -, gratitude in, for release of Maltese captives, 79, 89, 164, 189.

-, -, preparations of fleet of, postponed to erection of buildings in the Seraglio, 170.

-, -, Spanish negotiations with, for truce, 172.

-, -, relations of, with Germany, 173, 176, 177, 180.

-, -, defeat of, at Sziszek, 181, 187.

-, -, English mediation between Germany and, 182.

-, -, Venetian aid to Germany against, alleged, 187, 225.

-, -, vigorous prosecution of German war resolved on by, 189, 190, 197, 198.

-, -, return of troops of, from Persia, 190.

-, -, march of troops of, under Sinan Pasha, for Belgrade, 198.

-, -, fleet to be mobilized, 198, 204, 221, 224.

-, -, escape of prisoners of, from

Black Sea fortress, 211,

measures consequent on, 213, 218, 221.

-, -, human heads sent from army of, to Constantinople, 217, 221.

-, -, presents from Queen of England arrive in, 218, 221.

-, -, memorial of English Ambassador in, 224, 227.

-, -, view taken in, of Henry IV.'s conversion, 227.

-, -, troops of, defeated by Hungarians, 228.

-, -, fleet of, Spanish forecast of destination of, 234.

-, -, political influence in, of women of Seraglio, 237.

-, (1594), successes of, in Hungary, to prejudice of Spain, as against France, 248.

-, -, Sinan Pasha, in command of troops of, reported strangled, 250.

-, -, Venetian consular jurisdiction in Constantinople. See Elman, Charles.

-, -, Polish Ambassador to, his treatment, 264.

-, -, meditated attack by, on coasts of Adriatic, 266.

-, -, arsenal at Constantinople wrecked by storm, 269.

-, -, rumoured preparations of Venice against, 273.

-, -, relations of, with Persia, 281.

-, -, fleet of, not to sail, 284;

attacks Italian possessions of Spain, 307, 311.

-, -, letters from Sultan of, to Henry IV., 310.

-, -, victories of, in Hungary, 310.

-, -, testamentary law in, 311.

-, -, epistolatory defiance to, of Marseilles, 312.

-, -, war declared by, against revolting Vaivodes of Moldavia and Wallachia, 317, 319.

-, (1595), death of Sultan Murad. See Murad.

-, league against, promoted by Pope, 215, 325, 330.

-, -, accession in, of Sultan Mehemet, 324, 326, 328, 332.

-, -, alleged seizure of English ship in, 334.

-, -, relations of, with Venice, 332, 335, (1596) 125.

-, -, preparations for mobilizing fleet of, in abeyance, 336.

-, -, renewed intervention of England between Germany and, 346, 391.

-, -, Venetian present for the Sultana mother of, 358.

-, -, mediation of England, with Poland, requested by, 371.

-, -, German successes against, 374.

-, (1596), Polish relations of, 392, 393, 404, 409.

-, -, English trade with, in tin tallow and swords, 401, 427.

-, -, truce with Spain desired by, 402.

-, -, English Ambassador in, to treat on behalf of, with Poles, 404.

-, -, Jewish agent sent by, to treat for truce with Spain, 405, 408, 412, 416, 436, 491.

-, -, proposal for reduction of Marseilles by, 417.

-, -, naval and military preparations of, 417.

-, -, descent by, on Sicily, urged by France, 423.

-, -, suite of Imperial German embassy in, released by, 425,

re-imprisoned, 447,

released, 465.

-, -, great defeat of, in Hungary 444, 447.

-, -, peace negotiations of, with Germany, 495, 496, 499, 509, 512, 515, 516, 518, 525, (1597) 530, 554.

-, -, details of army of, 512.

-, -, joint action in, of England and France, secured by treaty, 514.

-, -, great strength of, in Hungary, 516.

-, -, victory of, at Keresztes, 524.

-, (1597), desire in, for peace, 530, 551, 555.

-, -, dearth in, 555, 568.

-, -, peace negotiations of, 555, 559, 560, 563,

at an end, 573,

renewed, 585, 620, 647.

-, -, Venetian congratulations to, 594.

-, -, Spanish negotiation with, by Jew agent, 615, 622, 644, 776.

-, -, exhausted condition of, 620.

-, -, changes in, of Grand Vizier, 627, 678.

-, -, scimitar sent from, by chief butler of, to Philip II., 660.

-, (1598), fleet sails from, 719.

-, -, negotiations for truce between and Spain, 748.

-, (1599), Spanish dread of, in event of peace between, and Empire, 763.

-, -, Jewish emissary of Spain in, leaves, 776.

-, -, peace with Germany desired by, 779.

-, -, growing political and commercial influence in, of England, 806.

-, -, presents from England arrive in, 806, 814, 821.

-, -, request by English Ambassador for church for his chaplain's use in Galata, French and Venetian opposition, 817.

-, -, reported cession to England by Sultan, of a port on Barbary coast, 818.

-, -, reception of English Ambassador by Sultan of, his quarrel with the French Ambassador, 821, 825.

-, -, secretary of English embassy in, leaves for home, 829.

-, (1600), successes of, in Transylvania, 841.

-, -, Spanish aid sent to Emperor, to divert attention of, 841, 845.

-, -, fresh quarrel between English and French Ambassador in, due to snowballing, but originating in question of French jurisdiction in Levant, 846, 849, 878, 887.

-, -, suspicions in, touching Venetian preparations, 856.

-, -, insults offered to French Ambassador in, 857.

-, -, Morea to be garrisoned by, to repress piracy, 864.

-, -, question of a successor to French Ambassador in, 876, 941.

-, -, piracy, English, in Turkish waters. See Piracy.

-, -, intrigue to exclude English commerce from waters of, 878, 890, 923.

-, -, proposed relinquishment by, of English alliance, 890, 923.

-, -, peace between, and Empire expected, 892, 917.

-, -, enquiry ordered in, as to English piracy, and French losses, in Levant, 903, 923, 931, 932.

-, -, Venetian Ambassador to, conveyed thither on English ship, 904, 906;

his entry into Constantinople, 914.

-, -, Tariff (mela) imposed in, resisted by English Ambassador, with threat to remove woollen trade, 918.

-, -, English consul in, at Aleppo, removed, 926.

-, -, description of equipment of English ships in waters of, 931, 950.

-, -, Capitulation between, and England, unratified, 931,

history of negotiations concerning, 936,

confirmed, 983.

-, -, Flemish (Dutch) merchants trading in, under English flag, 936, 950, 963, 969, 976, 983.

-, -, Sultan assists at arrival of English ship, 941.

-, -, proposed alliance against, of the Empire and Persia, 943, 958, 959, 985.

-, -, increasing misgovernment, and dread of soldiery, in, 950, 951, 960,

revolt of Janizaries, 969, 976, 997.

-, -, alleged outrages by English on Turkish ships, 950, 959, 961, 966.

-, -, sumptuary edict against Christians and Jews in, 951.

-, -, the Venetian Silvestra arrives in, 953.

-, -, wine trade prohibited in, 983, 989,

as result of a riot, 997, 1004.

-, -, present from, for King of France, 984.

-, -, vigorous action of English government, to stop piracy by English ships in waters of, 986, 987, 988, 1067.

-, -, French reports of confusions in, 1031.

-, -, outrages by Treasurer of Tripoli, set on by Jews, on English ship, crew, merchants, and consul, 1031, 1033.

-, -, European renegades in, 1037.

-, -, fleet under Cicala Capudan Pasha puts to sea against Spanish, 1038, 1071, 1075.

-, (1602), co-operation of fleet of, with English, demanded by English Ambassador, 1055, 1082.

-, -, French information discredited in, 1082.

-, -, English agent arrives in, 1086.

-, -, Venetian Ambassador's reception in, 1103, 1104.

-, -, Venetian consul to, at Cairo, plundered by English, in Levant, 1109;

application to Turkish authorities for recovery of goods, 1110, 1117.

-, (1603), English trade with, acceptable to Turks, 1119.

-, -, officials of, in the Morea, called on to recover goods from English pirates, their methods, 1124, 1125.

-, -, English pirates sheltered in ports of, 1147.

-, -, decree that English should render account of all trading in dominions of, 1160.

-, See also Barton, Edward;

Cicala;

Lello, Henry;

Mehemet and Murad, Sultans;

Savari.

Tuscany, Florentine trade with Turks, 87, 96, 114, 134, 151, 156, 159, 177, 187, 223.

-, Florentine galleys fired on by English at Marseilles, 596.

-, loans by Florentine bankers to Spain, 845.

-, Grand Duke of, his policy (1592), 28, 87;

suspected by Spain, 50;

denies intrigue with Henry IV. (1593), 119;

ill affected to Spain (1595), 331;

loans from, to Henry IV. (1596), 399, 431;

presents cats to Philip II., to be hunted (1598), 653;

reparation obtained by, from England, for outrage, 758;

marriage of his niece, the Princess Maria, with Henry IV., proposed (1599), 791, 883,

Turkish suspicions aroused by, 856;

reported dead, 912;

piratical proceedings of, in Levant, 950;

arrests Portuguese pretender. 964,

surrenders him to Spain, 967;

mission from, to England, 982;

favours English alliance, 1059;

outlaw of Canea (1603) and Thomas Sherley, in pay of, 1142;

men of, on board English privateersmen, 1150, 1151, 1153.

Tyrolese troops, 98.

Tyrone, Earl of. See O'Neil.

Talbot, Elizabeth, Countess of Shrewsbury.

custodian of the Lady Arabella Stuart, 1159, 1168.

-, Gilbert, Earl of Shrewsbury, Ambassador (1596) to France, with garter, 490, 503, 504.

Tallow, English trade in, with Turkey, 401, 941, 950, 1119.

Tangiers, Spanish garrison at, 583.

Taract, Dimitrio and Michalachi, of Zea,

letter from, in Greek, 1148.

Tarnaroscki, George, Vice-Chancellor of Poland, 409.

Tassis, Jean Battiste, 656,

plenipotentiary from Spain for peace of Vervins, 663;

appointed Ambassador to France, 774;

his desire for peace and separation of Holland from Spain, 815.

Temesvar, Pasha of, orders to, 177;

appointed Pasha of Bosnia, 180.

Thames, shipping in the, threatened by Spinola, 1096.

Thou (Tour), Baron du (Tal, Tu), nominated Ambassador (16012) from Frauce to Scotland, 1025, 1084.

Timone, Antonio, 290.

Tin, English trade in, with Turkey, 96, 401, 941.

Toledo, Archbishop of, his case, 362, 446;

a favourite of Philip III., 737;

his present towards King's necessities, 870.

-, Chapter of, gift by, to King, 475.

-, relic at, 725.

-, King at, 871.

Toledo, Don Fernando of, 508.

-, Don Pedro de, in command of Italian squadron, 566.

Tomerlan, Tamurlauo, Conte di. See Cumberland, Earl of, 369, 432.

Tornabuoni,, agent for Duke of Mercur, 620, 625.

Torture, Spanish use of, 125.

-, of the cord, applied by English pirates, 1151.

Ttes, Les, action at, between Henry IV. and Duke of Parma, 63, 76.

Toul (Tal), Baron de. Sec Thou.

Toulon, 92, 113, 115, 187;

English ships at, 596.

Tours, plot to deliver, to Duke of Mayenne, 44.

Tracts, printed, speech to States General, A.D. 1593, 195;

proclamation (1596) by Earl of Essex and Lord Howard of Ettngham of causes of declaration of war agaiust Spain (French);

the same (Italian), 459;

the like proclamation (1602), by Don Juan d'Aquila (Latin), 1053.

Trade in corn, and horses, from Algiers, &c, to France, 20, 31, 89, 115, 116, 123, 127.

-, Turkish, damaged by Venetians, 74.

-, Florentine, with Turkey. Sec Tuscany.

-, English, with Turkey, in linen and tin, 96, 401.

-, -, -, Venice, in grain, 103, 109.

-, -, and Spanish. See Burgos.

-, Venetian, with Dantzig and Hamburg, in grain, 109, 501.

-, -, -, Turkey, 127.

-, in currants, from Zante. See Ships;

Summacchia.

-, English, with Hanse towns, 182, 611, 673, 694.

-, -, -, Venice, 184.

-, in London broadcloth, 358.

-, Commercial mission of English Jesuit to Lower Germany, 359.

-, Papal, with England, in alum, 394.

-, between countries at war, 388, 396, 695, 1171, 1172.

-, English, with Turkey, in broad-cloth, cables, caviare, iron, tin, tallow, sausages, and swords, 401, 427, 941, 950, 1031, 1119.

-, French, with Turkey, in sail-canvas, 426.

-, Flemish (or Dutch), in salt, 479.

-, Dutch, with Spain and possessions, in grain, 504.

-, Anglo-French, in cloth, 536.

-, Bordeaux, with England, 539

-, Venetian, with German Empire, in drugs and cloth, 611.

-, in Levant, under French flag, 622.

-, English, at Ormuz, 624.

-, Venetian, with England, in currants. 653, 654.

-, in sulphur, with England. See Ships;

Summacchia.

-, in jasper, lutes, and manna and senna, 654.

-, English commercial envoy to Germany, 673, 691, 716.

-, East Indian, of Portugal, threatened by Dutch, 712, 746, 813.

-, English, in Levant, 641, 662, 671, 716, 748, 806, 849, 878, 923, 931, 1119.

-, Spanish with India, 749.

-, English, with France, in woollen goods, 769, 778, 1007.

-, French, with Spain, in grain, 762, 777, 778, 1091.

-, merchandize exchanged, in war-time, between Dutch, English, and Spanish, at Calais, 785.

-, French, with Spain, in salt, 795.

-, Danish, with San Nicholas, in Muscovy, 813.

-, Levant Company's, its position in Turkish and Venetian waters, its charter, 849.

-, Venetian with Brazil, 859.

-, Spanish sugar plantations, 866.

-, Anglo-Dutch, to be conducted solely through Antwerp, Spanish proposal, 868, 876, 883.

-, French, with Syria, in spices, 878.

-, goods of friendly states, on enemy's ships, exempt from seizure, 895, 896, 986.

-, Turkish tariff on, 918.

-, English, with Turkey, in woollen goods, 918, 1119.

-, export of silver from England, Queen's objection to, 923.

-, English, with E. Indies, to be limited to twelve ships yearly, Spanish proposition, 923.

-, new route for, from Persia to northern Europe, 922, 925, 927, 940, 942.

-, English, with Persia, 958.

-, Dantzig, with Spain, in arms, 1074.

-, French, in Sardines, 976.

-, wine, in Turkey, stopped, 983, 989, 997.

-, Turkish, in soap, 1031.

-, between Lisbon and Venice, in sugar, 1105.

-, Turkish, with England, in silk, cotton, linen, indigo, gall nuts, carpets and camelots, 1119.

-, Turkish, in hides, 1124.

-, cargo of senna and cassia, from Alexandria, 1126.

- in Carubiau beans, 1128.

-, French, in linseed, 1128.

-, insurance of vessels, 1128.

-, free trade, between Lisbon and Venice, Venetian representations to England to secure, 1131, 1171, 1172.

-, Levantine, engrossed by English, 1119, 1136, 1140, 1146, 1147.

-, in oil, wine, and lemons, 1149.

-, in damask and satin, 1151.

-, English, in Baltic, its relative importance, 1152, 1160.

-, Anglo-Venetian in saltpetre, 1155.

-, English, in relation to other European countries, considered, 1160.

Tragusa (?) in Zealand, 1131.

Transylvania, agent for. See Zamoyski.

-, Prince of, his revolt, 317;

proposed attack on, 393, 512;

ruins Imperial plans at Keresztes, 524;

proposed truce with, 546;

correspondence of, with Barton, 559, 576, 577, 585;

agent from, at Constantinople, 585;

peace desired with, by Turk, 620.

-, Sigismund, Prince of, his visits to Poland and England, his arrest in Pomerania, on return, 836.

Treasurer, Lord, of England. See Cecil, William, Knt., Lord Burghley.

Tremouille, M. de, 652.

Trevico, Marquess of, 541.

Tributes, Turkish, assignment of, 96.

Trinidad, fort in, captured by English, 373.

Tripoli, export from, of grain and horses to France, 20, 31;

French intrigue for appointment of Pasha of (Giaffer), as Capudan, 204;

Turkish outrage on English ship, and consul, at, 1031, 1033;

visited by Turkish fleet, 1038.

Tron, Nicolo, noble Venetian, 1131.

Troyes, Bishop of. See Senescey.

Tudor, Arthur, brother of Henry VIII., 1143.

-, Edmund, brother of Henry, VIII., 1143.

-, Margaret, Queen Dowager of Scotland, 1143.

-, Mary, sister of Henry VIII., 1143.

Tunis, export from, of corn and horses to France, 20, 31.

Tunny fishery, 473. See also Algarve.

Turin, Venetian Ambassador in, 514.

Turkey, (1592), threatened by Persia, defers attack on Spain, 5.

-, -, English negotiations with, 12, 13, 14, 19, 89.

-, -, concessions by, to England, 20.

-, -, French negotiations with, 28, 31, 89, 104.

-, -, Spanish negotiations with, 35, 36, 40 89, 104.

-, -, mutinous troops in, 56,

dread of, 190, 198, 206, 950.

-, -, fleet of, prepared, 57, 58.

-, -, salary paid by, to foreign Ambassadors in, 67, 227.

-, -, scandalous treatment in, of French ex-Ambassador. See Savari Lanscosme, Jacques de.

-, -, Venetian policy of, 74.

-, -, subjects of, redeemed from Christian slavery, 79, 89.

-, -, tributes due to, assigned in payment for jewels, 96.

-, -, English trade with, 96.

-, -, truce declined by, with Spain, 104.

-, -, store set by, on French alliance, 113, 145.

-, -, Marseilles threatened by, 113, 187.

-, -, negotiations by, with England and France, 114, 115, 116, 117.

-, (1593), naval preparations of, a threat to Christendom, 121, 123, 136.

-, -, corn contract with, intrigues for, 127, 134.

-, -, Spanish negotiations with, for truce, 128.

-, -, negotiations with, for employment of fleet of, against Spain, 131, 145, 152, 155, 156, 187.

-, -, ancient capitulations between, and France, 156.

-, -, war declared by, against Holy Roman Empire, 159, 164.

-, -, gratitude in, for release of Maltese captives, 79, 89, 164, 189.

-, -, preparations of fleet of, postponed to erection of buildings in the Seraglio, 170.

-, -, Spanish negotiations with, for truce, 172.

-, -, relations of, with Germany, 173, 176, 177, 180.

-, -, defeat of, at Sziszek, 181, 187.

-, -, English mediation between Germany and, 182.

-, -, Venetian aid to Germany against, alleged, 187, 225.

-, -, vigorous prosecution of German war resolved on by, 189, 190, 197, 198.

-, -, return of troops of, from Persia, 190.

-, -, march of troops of, under Sinan Pasha, for Belgrade, 198.

-, -, fleet to be mobilized, 198, 204, 221, 224.

-, -, escape of prisoners of, from

Black Sea fortress, 211,

measures consequent on, 213, 218, 221.

-, -, human heads sent from army of, to Constantinople, 217, 221.

-, -, presents from Queen of England arrive in, 218, 221.

-, -, memorial of English Ambassador in, 224, 227.

-, -, view taken in, of Henry IV.'s conversion, 227.

-, -, troops of, defeated by Hungarians, 228.

-, -, fleet of, Spanish forecast of destination of, 234.

-, -, political influence in, of women of Seraglio, 237.

-, (1594), successes of, in Hungary, to prejudice of Spain, as against France, 248.

-, -, Sinan Pasha, in command of troops of, reported strangled, 250.

-, -, Venetian consular jurisdiction in Constantinople. See Elman, Charles.

-, -, Polish Ambassador to, his treatment, 264.

-, -, meditated attack by, on coasts of Adriatic, 266.

-, -, arsenal at Constantinople wrecked by storm, 269.

-, -, rumoured preparations of Venice against, 273.

-, -, relations of, with Persia, 281.

-, -, fleet of, not to sail, 284;

attacks Italian possessions of Spain, 307, 311.

-, -, letters from Sultan of, to Henry IV., 310.

-, -, victories of, in Hungary, 310.

-, -, testamentary law in, 311.

-, -, epistolatory defiance to, of Marseilles, 312.

-, -, war declared by, against revolting Vaivodes of Moldavia and Wallachia, 317, 319.

-, (1595), death of Sultan Murad. See Murad.

-, league against, promoted by Pope, 215, 325, 330.

-, -, accession in, of Sultan Mehemet, 324, 326, 328, 332.

-, -, alleged seizure of English ship in, 334.

-, -, relations of, with Venice, 332, 335, (1596) 125.

-, -, preparations for mobilizing fleet of, in abeyance, 336.

-, -, renewed intervention of England between Germany and, 346, 391.

-, -, Venetian present for the Sultana mother of, 358.

-, -, mediation of England, with Poland, requested by, 371.

-, -, German successes against, 374.

-, (1596), Polish relations of, 392, 393, 404, 409.

-, -, English trade with, in tin tallow and swords, 401, 427.

-, -, truce with Spain desired by, 402.

-, -, English Ambassador in, to treat on behalf of, with Poles, 404.

-, -, Jewish agent sent by, to treat for truce with Spain, 405, 408, 412, 416, 436, 491.

-, -, proposal for reduction of Marseilles by, 417.

-, -, naval and military preparations of, 417.

-, -, descent by, on Sicily, urged by France, 423.

-, -, suite of Imperial German embassy in, released by, 425,

reimprisoned, 447,

released, 465.

-, -, great defeat of, in Hungary 444, 447.

-, -, peace negotiations of, with Germany, 495, 496, 499, 509, 512, 515, 516, 518, 525, (1597) 530, 554.

-, -, details of army of, 512.

-, -, joint action in, of England and France, secured by treaty, 514.

-, -, great strength of, in Hungary, 516.

-, -, victory of, at Keresztes, 524.

-, (1597), desire in, for peace, 530, 551, 555.

-, -, dearth in, 555, 568.

-, -, peace negotiations of, 555, 559, 560, 563,

at an end, 573,

renewed, 585, 620, 647.

-, -, Venetian congratulations to, 594.

-, -, Spanish negotiation with, by Jew agent, 615, 622, 644, 776.

-, -, exhausted condition of, 620.

-, -, changes in, of Grand Vizier, 627, 678.

-, -, scimitar sent from, by chief butler of, to Philip II., 660.

-, (1598), fleet sails from, 719.

-, -, negotiations for truce between and Spain, 748.

-, (1599), Spanish dread of, in event of peace between, and Empire, 763.

-, -, Jewish emissary of Spain in, leaves, 776.

-, -, peace with Germany desired by, 779.

-, -, growing political and commercial influence in, of England, 806.

-, -, presents from England arrive in, 806, 814, 821.

-, -, request by English Ambassador for church for his chaplain's use in Galata, French and Venetian opposition, 817.

-, -, reported cession to England by Sultan, of a port on Barbary coast, 818.

-, -, reception of English Ambassador by Sultan of, his quarrel with the French Ambassador, 821, 825.

-, -, secretary of English embassy in, leaves for home, 829.

-, (1600), successes of, in Transylvania, 841.

-, -, Spanish aid sent to Emperor, to divert attention of, 841, 845.

-, -, fresh quarrel between English and French Ambassador in, due to snowballing, but originating in question of French jurisdiction in Levant, 846, 849, 878, 887.

-, -, suspicions in, touching Venetian preparations, 856.

-, -, insults offered to French Ambassador in, 857.

-, -, Morea to be garrisoned by, to repress piracy, 864.

-, -, question of a successor to French Ambassador in, 876, 941.

-, -, piracy, English, in Turkish waters. See Piracy.

-, -, intrigue to exclude English commerce from waters of, 878, 890, 923.

-, -, proposed relinquishment by, of English alliance, 890, 923.

-, -, peace between, and Empire expected, 892, 917.

-, -, enquiry ordered in, as to English piracy, and French losses, in Levant, 903, 923, 931, 932.

-, -, Venetian Ambassador to, conveyed thither on English ship, 904, 906;

his entry into Constantinople, 914.

-, -, Tariff (mela) imposed in, resisted by English Ambassador, with threat to remove woollen trade, 918.

-, -, English consul in, at Aleppo, removed, 926.

-, -, description of equipment of English ships in waters of, 931, 950.

-, -, Capitulation between, and England, unratified, 931,

history of negotiations concerning, 936,

confirmed, 983.

-, -, Flemish (Dutch) merchants trading in, under English flag, 936, 950, 963, 969, 976, 983.

-, -, Sultan assists at arrival of English ship, 941.

-, -, proposed alliance against, of the Empire and Persia, 943, 958, 959, 985.

-, -, increasing misgovernment, and dread of soldiery, in, 950, 951, 960,

revolt of Janizaries, 969, 976, 997.

-, -, alleged outrages by English on Turkish ships, 950, 959, 961, 966.

-, -, sumptuary edict against Christians and Jews in, 951.

-, -, the Venetian Silvestra arrives in, 953.

-, -, wine trade prohibited in, 983, 989,

as result of a riot, 997, 1004.

-, -, present from, for King of France, 984.

-, -, vigorous action of English government, to stop piracy by English ships in waters of, 986, 987, 988, 1067.

-, -, French reports of confusions in, 1031.

-, -, outrages by Treasurer of Tripoli, set on by Jews, on English ship, crew, merchants, and consul, 1031, 1033.

-, -, European renegades in, 1037.

-, -, fleet under Cicala Capudan Pasha puts to sea against Spanish, 1038, 1071, 1075.

-, (1602), co-operation of fleet of, with English, demanded by English Ambassador, 1055, 1082.

-, -, French information discredited in, 1082.

-, -, English agent arrives in, 1086.

-, -, Venetian Ambassador's reception in, 1103, 1104.

-, -, Venetian consul to, at Cairo, plundered by English, in Levant, 1109;

application to Turkish authorities for recovery of goods, 1110, 1117.

-, (1603), English trade with, acceptable to Turks, 1119.

-, -, officials of, in the Morea, called on to recover goods from English pirates, their methods, 1124, 1125.

-, -, English pirates sheltered in ports of, 1147.

-, -, decree that English should render account of all trading in dominions of, 1160.

-, See also Barton, Edward;

Cicala;

Lello, Henry;

Mehemet and Murad, Sultans;

Savari.

Tuscany, Florentine trade with Turks, 87, 96, 114, 134, 151, 156, 159, 177, 187, 223.

-, Florentine galleys fired on by English at Marseilles, 596.

-, loans by Florentine bankers to Spain, 845.

-, Grand Duke of, his policy (1592), 28, 87;

suspected by Spain, 50;

denies intrigue with Henry IV. (1593), 119;

ill affected to Spain (1595), 331;

loans from, to Henry IV. (1596), 399, 431;

presents cats to Philip II., to be hunted (1598), 653;

reparation obtained by, from England, for outrage, 758;

marriage of his niece, the Princess Maria, with Henry IV., proposed (1599), 791, 883,

Turkish suspicions aroused by, 856;

reported dead, 912;

piratical proceedings of, in Levant, 950;

arrests Portuguese pretender. 964,

surrenders him to Spain, 967;

mission from, to England, 982;

favours English alliance, 1059;

outlaw of Canea (1603) and Thomas Sherley, in pay of, 1142;

men of, on board English privateersmen, 1150, 1151, 1153.

Tyrolese troops, 98.

Tyrone, Earl of. See O'Neil.