Some articles on tolosans:

Jacob Gaón
... Gaón menaced them, and several Tolosans killed him, cut his head off and hung it up on the top of a pillory, as a punishment for having put Tolosa up on the top of his tax ... The Guipúzcoan local authorities applied to the king, explaining Tolosans' reasons and begging pardon for them ... Eventually, Henry IV acknowledged that Tolosans were exempted from this contribution and pardoned them ...