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1925

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'Index: G', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice: Volume 26, 1642-1643 (1925), pp. 339-342. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89564 Date accessed: 29 July 2014.


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gales. See weather.

galleys :

plan to work with smaller crews, 19, 20.

Gardiner, Sir Thomas, recorder of London :

petitions king about control of militia, 3.

Garland, royal ship :

captain changed, 103n.

Garraway, Sir Henry, director of the Levant Co. :

in prison for refusing to pay taxes, 254.

Garret, Sir George, alderman of London :

mission to king at Oxford, 225.

Garter, the :

king summons knights to York, 34
-, chapter at York, 39, 44, 46.

conferred on James, 39, 51.

conferred on Rupert, 39, 55.

-, king at arms. See Borough, Sir John.

Gaston, duke of Orleans, Monsieur, brother of Louis XIII :

Louis writes to Charles about, 126.

Geldern, Gheldres [Rhenish Prussia, Germany] :

abortive Dutch attack on, 281.

Gelderland. Guelders [Rhenish Prussia, Germany] :

Orange proposes to attack in, 293.

Gell, Gils, Sir John :

engagement with earl of Northampton, 261.

Genoa, Italy :

emperor proposes fresh negotiations at, 137
-, efforts to divert trade from, 299.

gentry, lower nobility :

king summons to join him, 17
-, declare for king in Nottingham and Derby, 65.

differ from populace in Yorkshire, 65
-, gathering of northern, at York, 69.

offer to raise troops for king, 72
-, growing inclination to support king, 91.

manifesto of, 96.

offer troops to king, 96
-, solid on king's side, 130
-, fear betrayal by king, re-assured, 153.

of Wilts, Somerset and Dorset, offer king levy, 279, 283.

George II. landgrave of Hesse Darmstadt :

lands taken from, 12.

Gerbier, Balthasar, Master of the Ceremonies : 179.

advice to Giustinian about taking leave, 156
-, to accompany Giustinian to leave taking, 163
-, expects gratuity from him, 196
-, gratuity to, 213.

notifies Giustinian that audience postponed, 180
-, travels with Giustinian to Oxford, 193.

informed of order for receiving Venetian ambassadors, 196.

letter intercepted, flees to France, 280.

Germany, empire :

English help for restoring peace in, 4, 10, 11.

Butler served in wars of, 8
-, Roe threatens war in, 48
-, negotiations for peace in, 56.

England incapable of helping, 62, 63
-, England could subdue with 13 millions, 63.

England would co-operate for peace when Palatine restored, 81
-, emperor will not absolve Palatines of offence against, 93.

emperor anxious to show good will to, 126, 138
-, no peace if liberties not vindicated, 303.

Giustinian sent to, 133, 144, 175, 195, 197, 215.

gold plate of, presented to Giustinian, 208.

Germen. See Jermyn.

Germersheim [Bavarian Palatinate, Germany] : 11, 12.

payment to Palatine in lieu of restoration, 75.

Gheldres. See Geldern.

Giarnese. See Guernsey.

Gibraltar, Strait of, the Strait, 120n.

Gils. See Gell.

Giustinian, Zustignan, Giovanni, Venetian Ambassador in England :

sees king about opened despatches, 8
-, speaks to him about Hobson, 9.

efforts to prevent prohibition of currants, 15-17, 22, 23, 45, 56, 87, 88, 97, 98, 109, 113, 121, 132, 143, 144, 163, 179, 241.

to pay respects to Andover, 45
-, message from Trautmansdorf to, 113, 132.

to take leave of king, 59, 133, 156
-, king forwards letters to Holland by, 121, 122, 172, 171
-, queen sends to king by, 172, 173.

journey to Vienna, 144, 179
-, sent to emperor, 174
-, expenses to Germany allowed, 175.

leave taking, 163, 173, 174, 185, 190, 193, 195-197, 213
-, arranges for audience, 178
-, audiences postponed, 180.

interview with Holland, 178, 179, 190
-, gratuities expected from, 196.

passage through Netherlands, 195
-, arrival in Netherlands, 230
-, reception, 233.

Holland reply to about currants, 199, 200, 212
-, reports king's desire to maintain trade, 212.

present to, 207, 208, 218
-, gratuities to ministers, 208
-, gratuity for, 213, 214
-, grant of arms to, 214, 215.

parliament pays respects by, 211, 212
-, starts for coast, 214, 215.

avoids Dutch ships from fear of Dunkirkers, 220
-, departure, 224.

queen informs of victory in Cornwall, 239
-, office for Talbot, 253, 254.

despatches to the Senate, 1,5, 8, 14, 17, 22, 24, 29, 33, 37, 41, 45, 49, 53, 60, 64, 68, 71, 72, 82, 87, 88, 92, 93, 95, 100, 105, 109, 116, 117, 121, 122, 128, 134, 139, 145, 149, 151, 155, 159, 163, 165, 169, 175, 178, 180, 185, 191, 193, 195, 197, 200, 205, 207, 209, 214.

despatches to the Inquisitors of State, 27, 127, 185.

letters to the Secretary of State, 88, 121, 215
-, letter of Falkland to, 114
-, letters of Nicholas to, 121, 122, 215.

letters of Andover to, 93, 110.

letter to Andover, 110.

letter of king to, 173.

letter to Holland, 179.

communication with Vico, 63.

-, -, chaplain of. See Clopton, Cuthbert.

-, -, secretary of. See Agostini.

-, -, ambassador designate to Germany, 238 :

instructions to, 213, 245.

waiting for passports, 248.

-, -, wife of, jewel given to by queen, 245.

Giustinian, Girolamo, Venetian Ambassador in France :

despatches to the Senate, 127, 132, 150, 157, 163, 179, 194, 227, 278.

Gloucester, co. Gloucester :

Maurice repulsed at, 257
-, Waller moves to, 261
-, Waller at, 271.

Gloucester, duke of. See Henry, third son of Charles I.

Golden Fleece, merchant ship :

hired to bring currants from Zante, 132.

Gore, Gord, Sir Thomas, sheriff of Yorkshire :

sends report of Hull affair to parliament, 54
-, parliament orders to prevent meeting of county, 66.

to meet queen, plot to betray her, arrested, 236, 240, 261
-, regiment of goes over to Fairfax, 240.

Goring, Gorin, George, colonel, governor of Portsmouth :

parliament doubtful about, 123
-, goes over to king's side, 128.

character of, 129, 136
-, successful resistance, 141
-, surrender anticipated, 147
-, surrenders, 155.

lands at Newcastle, 223
-, victory at Seacroft Moor, 263
-, defeat and capture at Wakefield, 283
-, brought to London, 305.

Graham, James, earl of Montrose :

sent to queen, 258
-, reception, 259
-, ordered back, 262
-, returns, 266.

grain :

carriage from Newcastle forbidden, 235.

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

Grandison, viscount. See Villiers, William.

Gre. See Grey.

Great Britain, king of. See Charles I.
-, James I.

-, queen of. See Henrietta Maria.

Greenwich, Grinuich, co. Kent :

King going to, 2
-, prince to join king at, 3
-, king returns to, 6.

Gregory XV., pope :

correspondence with Prince Charles, 101.

Gressy, Cressi, Gressi, Sieur de :

sent on mission to Hague, 53, 59, 68.

sent to England to intimate king's death and accession, 284
-, to remonstrate about expulsion of Capuchins, 284, 285.

says France will not suffer king and queen to perish, 287, 290
-, offers mediation, 290.

Greville, Robert, lord Brooke, Bruch : 135.

opposed by Northampton in Warwick, 125
-, Northampton defeats, 130.

offers ship for Giustinian, 214.

sets out for Warwick, powers to distrain on malignants, 231
-, killed at Lichfield, 256
-, captured Lichfield, 261.

Grey, Charles lord, of Ruthin :

deprived of vote, 113.

Grey, Henry, earl of Stamford, Stanford :

deputation to king, 45
-, Aston drives out of Leicester, 96.

proclaimed a traitor, 102
-, tries to turn Leicester from king, 119.

moves to take Bristol, 223
-, suggests exchange of prisoners for slaves in Barbary, 241.

shut up in Plymouth, 243
-, reports defeat of Hopton, 252.

prevented from arranging armistice with Hopton, 257, 260
-, defeated at Stratton, escapes to Exeter, 279.

Popham sent to help, 283.

Grey, Gre, William lord, of Wark :

joins in siege of Reading, 268
-, sent to Tower for refusing to go to Scotland, 306.

Greyhound, royal ship :

escorts queen to Holland, 31n, ordered to Newcastle, 103n.

Grinuich. See Greenwich.

Gritti, Petro, Venetian Proveditore of Cephalonia, 100.

guard :

king, sets up, 69
-, numbers increased, prince put in command, 71
-, king asked to dismiss, 110.

Gusaco :

defensive measures at Bruges, 281.

Guelders. See Gelderland.

Guernsey, Giarnese, island :

parliament sends prisoners to, 241
-, parliament measures for defence, 261.

Cornet castle, Osborne holds for king, 261.

-, governor of. See Osborne, Sir Peter.

gunpowder :

sent to king from Holland, 103.

supplied to Irish from Spain, 116
-, queen brings from Holland, 233.

king's side short of, 270
-, Reading not short of, 271.

Newcastle bringing supply to king, 270.

Gurdon, John :

on committee to deal with Capuchins, 262n
-, on committee for regalia, 287n.

Gurney, Sir Richard, Lord Mayor of London :

submits to parliament, 19
-, says city will not supply money for army, 92.

proposed removal, 97
-, put in Tower, 107
-, continues to exercise functions, 113.

others follow example, 124
-, deprived and sentenced, 136, 137.

Gustavus, Adolphus, king of Sweden :

Ruthven served under, 203.



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