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1926

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'Index: G', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 27: 1643-1647 (1926), pp. 355-358. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89638 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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Gage, Sir Henry, governor of Oxford, keeps parliament commissioners at gate, 159.

Gaillon
-, Gallion [Eure, France], proposed establishment of Queen Henrietta at, 143
-, queen returning to, 158.

Gainsborough, Ghensbero, co. Lincoln :

lord Willoughby takes, 3
-, retaken, 6
-, Meldrum takes, 60.

Galata, Constantinople :

Cadi of makes difficulties about concessions to English, 92
-, intervenes in dispute between French and English, 93.

gales. See weather.

Gallion. See Gaillon.

garter
-, reported conferred on Epernon, 156
-, Ormonde won over by, 160.

Gaston, duke of Orleans, Monsieur :

Boisivon gentleman of, 10
-, gentleman of, in England, 119, 125.

takes Gravelines, 124n
-, wants to help sister Henrietta, 150.

meets Queen Henrietta at Fontainebleau, 150
-, prince of Wales wishes to serve under, 314.

decision awaited about Palatine Gonzaga match, 188
-, French ships armed in name of, 233.

daughter of. See Anne Marie Louise.

Genoa [prov. Genova, Italy] :

E India Co.'s goods seized at and released, 190
-, Golden Fleece at, 199.

Gerard, Sir Charles :

joins king with forces, 198.

German levies. See levies, German.

Germen. See Jermyn.

Gerze. See Jersey.

Ghensbero. See Gainsborough.

Giames. See James.

Giannin, owner of Mary Elizabeth, 63.

Gibraltar, strait of, the Strait, 23, 50, 285, 287.

Giustinian, Giovanni, Venetian Ambassador in England, favour granted to, 60.

Giustinian, Girolamo, Venetian Ambassador in France :

despatches to the Senate, 10, 13, 20, 33, 44, 59, 78, 80.

Agostini sends despatches by, 8.

-, -, Venetian Ambassador in Spain :

despatches to Senate, 176, 239, 253, 314.

Glamorgan, earl of. See Somerset, Edward.

-, high sheriff of. See Carne, Colonel.

Glasgow, co. Lanark, Scotland, Montrose marches on, surrenders, 211.

Glemham, Gleman, Gliman, Glenham, Sir Thomas, governor of Newcastle, commander in border counties :

consults gentry upon way to meet Scots' invasion, 71
-, bold reply to Scots' manifesto, 73
-, left in charge at Newcastle, 77
-, commanding at Oxford, king orders to surrender city, 265.

Gloucester, co. Gloucester :

Rupert sent against, 2
-, parleying, 6
-, obstinate defence, 9, 12, 18.

king goes to, 9, 12, 14
-, king's mistake in besieging, 16, 29, 140.

march to relieve, 14, 18, 20
-, relieved, 21, 24, 32
-, Essex besieged in, 23.

importance of, 16
-, seceding lords go to, 19
-, attack on queen, 97.

Essex recovers reputation by relief of, 29
-, short of food, 37
-, in distress, 68, 77, 80.

obstacle to king's control of West, 75
-, Waller to go to relief, 78, 84, 86
-, Waller near, 113.

-, duke of. See Henry, son of Charles I.

-, governor of. See Massey, Edward
-, Morgan, Thomas.

Godwin
-, Robert, parliament commissioner to Scotland, 39
-, goes by sea, 42.

-, Thomas, Independent minister, promotes petition for toleration, 78
-, Scots' silence, 79.

gold, three rebels accused of exporting, 3, 7.

Golden Falcon, or Golden Lion, English ship :

suspected of illicit trade in currants, 23, 45, 70
-, Talbot appeals for, 101, 103.

Golden Fleece, English merchantman, of London :

at Leghorn, 177
-, at Genoa, 199.

golden rose :

French queen will not receive, 197.

Gonzaga, Anne, Princess Anne de Nevers :

marriage to Palatine Prince Edward, 184, 185, 187, 188.

-, Charles I, duke of Nevers, duke of Mantua :

association formed by, against the Turks, 200
-, company of the crucciata of, 229.

-, Maria, Princess of Mantua, Princess Maria de Nevers, reception of Queen Henrietta, 150.

Gordon, George, marquis of Huntly, Ontlet :

takes action for king, 90, 98
-, captures Osblich and Aberdeen, 91
-, keeps up trouble but driven from Aberdeen, 105
-, taken prisoner, 108
-, Antrim hopes to join, 128.

-, James, viscount Aboyne :

joins Montrose, 228.

-, Lewis, commander at Anthenden, 313n

Gordons, Gurdoni, reduction of, 313, 314, 317.

Goring, Gorin, George lord, English ambassador in France :

appointed, 17
-, his unfitness, 18
-, goes to confer with Orange, 30
-, objects of mission, 36, 39
-, ordered to stay and thwart Strickland, 49.

letters of Nicholas to, 58
-, letters to Nicholas, 65
-, letters intercepted, and copies sent to Oxford, 67, 69.

suggests alliance to France, 59, 80
-, declared guilty of treason, 65.

corrects misrepresentations, 78
-, gives place to queen, 149.

arranges for powder to be sent to Oxford, 79.

-, Col. George, baron Goring :

exchange of, 79, 81
-, Rupert sends to help Antrim, 128
-, advance towards Sussex, 172.

gives king hopes of reinforcements, 197, 198
-, Rupert takes command of men, 202.

besieging Taunton, 197
-, repulsed, 202
-, Fairfax defeats, 203, 205
-, thinks of changing sides, 205.

detachment of forces fatal to king, 198
-, king deposes from command, 209.

collecting troops, 208
-, preparing to relieve Bristol, 211, 212.

throws relief into Leicester, 219
-, reported success over Fairfax, 221
-, entrenches at Chester, 223, 224.

strikes blow at Fairfax, 226
-, flees to France, 232.

Spaniards use to forward policy, 297
-, enters Spanish service, 300.

Graham, James, earl of Montrose, Mantros :

takes Dumfries, 98
-, Rupert thinks of joining, 118
-, success of, 170
-, victory at Alford, 204
-, victory at Kilsyth, 211.

advantage if king could join, 210
-, Scots sent from England against, 212.

takes Edinburgh, 212, 213
-, master of the field, 213
-, defeat at Philiphaugh, 215.

flight, in danger of capture, 217
-, tries to rally, 219
-, king hopes to join, 220, 221, 255.

Digby moves to join, 221, 223
-, joined by a few from royal army, 228
-, revival, 238
-, put to flight, 242, 264.

king orders to lay down arms, 265, 267
-, asks for honourable terms, 270, 277.

excluded from amnesty, 277
-, contradictory reports of, 278
-, to lay down arms and leave country, 278
-, going to France, 279.

grain, from Apulia, 199.

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

Granze. See Guernsey.

Gravelines [Nord, France] :

Dutch to help French to take, 105
-, dangerous to England for France to have, 116.

English help for feared, 117, 119
-, parliament will not interfere for, 120, 122.

Orleans takes, 124
-, Senate's views upon, 125, 127
-, Sabran celebrates capture, 127.

Gravesend, co. Kent :

Harcourt met at, 33
-, Dutch ambassadors at, 66, 67
-, Palatine at, 134.

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

-, queen of. See Henrietta Maria.

Great Yarmouth, co. Norfolk :

Loudoun at, 71n.

Green Field, Campo Verde, English merchantman, of London, at Leghorn, 177.

Greenfield, See Grenvile.

Greenlands, Grindland House, co. Bucks, Oxford garrison raises siege of, 118.

Greenwich, co. Kent :

Dutch ambassadors meet at, 67
-, Palatine at, 134.

Greifenklau, Alexander von Wollrath, imperial resident at Constantinople :

confers with Crow about Bailo's arrest, 193.

Grense. See Guernsey.

Grenvile, Grenfil, Greenfield, Grinfil, Sir Richard :

goes over to king, 81
-, reveals parliament's plans, 84, 86
-, effects of, 87.

hanged in effigy, 86
-, Essex drives off, 128
-, left to invest Plymouth, 141
-, king sends help to, 173.

king creates peer, 146
-, prince orders arrest, 245.

Gressy, Crasi, Crassi, Cressi, Sieur de, French envoy to England :

offers French help to king, 4
-, hopes to return as ambassador, 7, 17, 19.

advises lords to submit, 4
-, report brought by, 10.

asked to take Venetian despatches, 8, 10
-, returns without title, 19
-, reports eagerness to receive Harcourt, 20
-, to treat with parliament, 22.

goes to meet Harcourt, 22, 26, 28
-, will urge him to be patient, 26.

refutes idea of French invasion, 26
-, strong feeling against, 65, 67.

hopes held out by, 48
-, Harcourt uses to encourage London pacification, 52
-, Harcourt angry with, 67.

appointed agent, 65, 67, 69
-, recalled, 74
-, departs with Harcourt, 76.

apologies for action, 69
-, Sabran to take place of, 78.

Grey, Henry, earl of Stamford :

presence in parliament, 11n.

-, William lord, of Wark, president of the House of Lords :

evades going as commissioner to Scotland, 4
-, presence in parliament, 11n
-, calls on Dutch ambassadors, 101
-, Dutch ambassadors see, 113
-, receives them, 121
-, signs letter to Venice, 189
-, king sends to ask leave to come to London, 242.

Grillo, dragoman :

English merchants hot against, 313.

Grimani, Giovanni Battista, Venetian Captain General at Sea :

blockading Dardanelles, 320.

Grindland House. See Greenlands.

Grinfil. See Grenvile.

Grumel. See Bromhall.

Guasato, William, captain of the Luke Buonasperanza, 177.

Guelders, province of, Netherlands, gives up claims, 22.

Guernsey, Grense, Granze, island of :

suspected French designs on, 154
-, troops sent to, 156
-, prince of Wales sails to, 256
-, Waller to attack, 261
-, prince leaves well supplied, 269.

-, Cornet Castle, held for king, 154n.

Guise, House of, 13.

-, duke of. See Lorraine, Henry de.

gunpowder :

sent to Charles from France, 44, 79.

Guit, Thomas, captain of the Scipio, 177.

Gurdoni. See Gordons.

Gustavus Adolphus, king of Sweden, 13.

Guzman, Alonso de, marquis of Castel Rodrigo, governor of Spanish Netherlands :

parliament sends agent to, 202
-, starts relations with parliament, 253
-, proposes to send Irish troops to Spain, 314.



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