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'Index: G', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 31: 1657-1659 (1931), pp. 341-345. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90027 Date accessed: 19 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Galen, Christopher Bernard von, bishop of Munster, dispute with tribunal, 168.

Galicia, Spain, English capture troops from, off Flanders, 193.

Galilee, Galileo, Thomas, request for payment of money due to, 19; Venetian assurances about, 29, 47, 240.
-, much consoled by promise, 47; promises to, 142, 144; informed of release of son, 159, 273.
-, appeals for son and payment of money due, 234; ready to wait patiently, 252.
-, asks prompt payment of money voted but never paid, 252, 273.

-, -, the son, request for exchange for a Turk, 19, 123; Venetian promises for, 29, 47, 142, 240; Capitano de Mar has orders to try and arrange exchange, 144, 240; father informed of release, 159; difficulties about exchange, 234; promised release, 287.

Gamarra, Estevan de, Spanish ambassador at the Hague, Amsterdam sends for and fetes, 10; encourages Dutch claims against Portugal, 118; offers Brazil, if will make war, 119.

Gardiner, Thomas, arrested and examined for plot to kill Cromwell, 103.

Garter, Order of the, Order of St. George, Marsin admitted to, 180.

gazettes. See newspapers.

Genoa [Prov. Genova, Italy]:
-, despatches dated at, 159, 164, 225.
-, grants facilities to English fleet, 161; two warships visit with letter from Cromwell, 224.
-, new consul sent to, 206; reply to complaint about ship plundered in dominions, 225.
-, English consul at. See Incham, John.
-, Venetian consul at. See Tasca, Paris.

Genoese, surety for pay of Paramour and Northumberland, 125.

George, state ship, Spanish prisoners and plate brought by, 102.

George, duke of Clarence, murdered in Tower, 34.

Germany, the Empire:
-, uncertain if York will go to, 11; Denmark awaiting arrival of troops of, in Poland, 79; attack on Naples would divert enemy forces from, 161.
-, letters of usually collected at Dunkirk, 112; interruption of letters from, 169.
-, Lorraine and Franche Comté convenient for, for congress, 193; Barkman leaves to join Charles X in, 204.
-, Barkman takes money to stir up trouble in, 204.

-, Catholic princes of, visited by Charles's envoy, show sympathy, 32; alleged intrigues with over Baltic, 266.

-, Protestant Princes of: proposal to include some in Anglo French alliance, 7; proposed mission to, for destruction of Catholicism, 39.

mission of Jephson to, at instance of Sweden, 205; Sweden chief friend of, 301.

intrigue of enemies of Protestantism to destroy, 301.

Giavarina, Francesco, Venetian Resident in England, 139.
-, despatches to the Senate, 1, 3, 6, 8, 11, 14, 16, 18, 20–1, 23, 27, 30, 33, 35, 37, 39, 41, 44, 47, 50, 53, 56, 59, 61, 65, 67, 71, 74, 77, 80–1, 84, 87, 91, 94, 97, 101, 104, 106–7, 109, 111, 114, 116, 120–1, 124, 126, 128, 131, 133, 136, 138, 140, 142, 144, 149, 151, 153, 155, 157, 162, 164, 167, 169, 171, 173, 175, 178, 181, 184, 187–8, 191, 194–5, 198, 201, 204, 207, 210, 213, 216, 219, 222–3, 225, 228–9, 231–2, 234, 237–8, 240–1, 243, 245, 248, 251–2, 254, 257, 259, 261–2, 264–5, 267, 269, 271, 274, 276, 279, 282, 284–5, 287, 289, 291, 293–4, 297, 299.
-, letter to, 19.
-, instructions to, 3, 26, 29, 35, 52, 55, 61, 91, 93, 104, 106, 121, 128, 130, 133, 141, 144, 148, 153, 178, 181, 187, 206, 218, 240–1, 247, 256, 260, 267, 273, 299.
-, 1657:
-,-, put off by Council of State, 3; secretary's assurances to, 4; keeps urging despatch, 6, 8, 25, 40; put off by Thurloe, 52.
-,-, to cultivate friendly relations with Nieuport, 3; Nieuport justifies helping Spain to, 5.
-,-, sees Nieuport about Dutch ships serving Turks, 3; Nieuport excuses delay to, 41.
-,-, presents medal to Fisher for poem, 7; has chapel re-decorated, which Catholics frequent, 36.
-,-, paper of read before Council, 8; to press matter of ships serving Turks, 52.
-,-, asks instructions about recognising Cromwell, 23, 36; does not attend inauguration, because of precedence, 82–3; absence not approved, 93.
-,-, to inform Cromwell about Galilee, 47; to give him assurances about Galileo, 142, 144.
-,-, Nieuport thanks for help in adjustment with France, 76; Nieuport informs of successes in E. Indies, id.
-,-, informs Cromwell and ministers of success over Algerians, 80; to tell Cromwell of English ship in Turkish fleet, 116.
-,-, plea for consideration of heavy expenses, 80; vote for relief of, 91; acknowledges, 106.
-,-, will try and inflame merchants against Turks, 103; representations to Nieuport against helping Turks, 138.
-,-, Thurloe promises to lay proposals before Council, 103; audience of Cromwell, asks that ships be not allowed to serve Turks, 136; asks for naval help, 136; reply to, 136–7.
-,-, Melo did not inform of arrival, 108; sends letters via Sluys, 115.
-,-, house robbed by thieves, 120; confined to bed through rough usage, 121; prevents having audience, 123; grant to, in compensation, 128; acknowledges, 144.
-,-, to find persons willing to serve Venice, 123; treats with Cook, 156, 159, 166, 209.
-,-, Levant Company demand pay for ships of, with threat, 125, 249; assurances to, 173, 183; arguments without effect, 173, 250.
-,-, interpreter arrested as priest, applies to Thurloe, 144; does not repeat request for him, 147; not to commit himself, 153.
-,-, to cultivate Cromwell's good-will at every opportunity, 148; to inform him of Turkish preparations and urge help, 153.
-, 1658:
-,-, to watch case of Friendship, 153; waiting for audience, 171–2.
-,-, informs Galilee of steps taken, 159, 252, 273.
-,-, forwards plan for portable oven, 166; attending to divine office and adornment of chapel for benefit of Catholics, 186.
-,-, to express esteem for English, 181; Riccard asks to give letter for captain, 183.
-,-, to find out about sickness, 206; to speak about consul, 229; speaks to Thurloe about, 230.
-,-, to deal with affair of Angelo, 207, 260; speaks to Fleming about, 218; speaks to Thurloe about, 220–1; to try and get Rand punished, 261, 276; informs Thurloe, 277, 281; further steps, 278, 281–2.
-,-, speaks to Thurloe about help for Venice, reply to, 230; to speak to Protector about help, 273.
-,-, efforts to recover debts of Arson, 233–4, 239, 252, 258, 272; legal proceedings, 241, 244; gets verdict, 246.
-,-, Fleming informs of change of ruler, 242; goes into mourning for Cromwell, cost of, 243; grant to, for cost, 247; to copy course of other princes, 247, 256.
-,-, fresh letters of credence for, 247, 258, 260; kept waiting for audience, 262; audience, Richard holds out hope of help to, sceptical, 263.
-,-, to make representations against ships serving Turks, 256, 272.
-,-, gratuities and entertainment expected of, 264; not present at Cromwell's funeral, 269; grant to for expenses, 273.
-,-, Nieuport informs of Dutch victory in Sound, 269; Riccard asks to forward demand for pay for ships, 272.
-, 1659:
-,-, cannot get audience till after opening of parliament, 286; kept waiting, 293; confined to bed but better, 294.
-,-, petitions to be relieved of post, 294; Senate agrees to choose successor for, 299.

-, interpreter of. See Croy, M. de la.

Giavarina, Girolamo, Venetian Secretary in Germany, despatch to the Senate, 197.

-, Girolamo, Venetian resident at Zurich, nephew Francesco served with, 294.

Gibraltar, Strait of, the Strait, 235.
-, Blake counts on preventing treasure fleet passing, 13; Ruyter said to have passed through, 57.
-, merchants hopeful of getting convoy for ships which pass, 110; English squadron believed to have passed through, 146.

Giebson, Giepson. See Jephson.

Gifford, Charles, of Staffs, committed to Tower, 105.

Gilbert, —, concerned in Arson case, escapes, 272.

Giustinian, Zustignan, Francesco, Venetian Ambassador in France:
-, despatches to the Senate, 14, 16, 21, 26, 29, 32, 36, 43, 47, 53, 55, 58, 61, 93, 111, 113, 119, 120, 126, 130, 133, 135, 142, 150–1, 160, 175, 183, 186, 191, 193, 197, 201, 206, 212, 215, 219, 222–3, 229, 244, 247, 257, 259, 273, 276, 278, 281, 287.
-, instructions to, 74.
-, sends coach for Lockhart's entry, 29; pays respects to him, 32; Lockhart returns call, offers soldiers and sailors to, 36, 70; to cultivate friendly relations with Lockhart, 74.
-, to move cautiously about interposition in Franco Dutch differences, 74; Dutch gratitude for mediation, 76.
-, calls on Lockhart and hints at naval help for Venice, 93, 183; elicits no response, 93; Lockhart returns visit says help impossible, 186.
-, writes of doubts about France making separate peace, 133, 145.
-, reports Finchen's offer of service, 151; commissions Giavarina to recover debt of Arson, 233; Giavarina reports to, 234.
-, discusses question of peace congress with Lockhart, 183, 191, 193; ready to act, 193.
-, claims against Arson, 239, 241.

-, Francesco, Savio alla Mercanzia, 236.

Gloucester, duke of. See Henry, duke of Gloucester.

Goa, India, 77.
-, besieged by Dutch, 76; Melo offers to Cromwell, 118.

gold:
-, captured in, ship from Guinea, 23.
-, buried by Spaniards at Teneriffe, 64; taken on Dutch ship from Canaries, 73; brought to Amsterdam from Canaries, 94.

Golding, Captain of Ramsgate, raid on Quex, 96n.

Goodson, Gudson, William, Vice-Admiral:
-, left in command of fleet while Montagu in London, 125.
-, fleet under sails to Flanders coast, to prevent attempt at landing, 174; reports destruction of Dutch squadron off Ostend, 177; reports losses at Ostend, 199n; to command fleet for Sound, 266; driven back by great storm, 274.

Goodwin Sands, Reynolds and White wrecked on, 143n.

government. See Protectorate.

Grammont, Gramont, Chevalier Philibert, in complimentary mission to Cromwell, 217.

Grand Duke. See Alexius, Grand Duke of Muscovy; Medici, Ferdinand II de', Grand Duke of Tuscany.

Grand Turk. See Mahomet IV, Sultan of Turkey.

Gravelines [Nord, France], 234.
-, English to help France to recover, 51, 60; objective of allied forces, 95.
-, Mardick less difficult to storm than, 113; advance on stopped by inundation, 122; Spaniards introduce supplies into, 152, 160.
-, promised to Cromwell by treaty, 133; practically blockaded, 152.
-, redoubts near destroyed, 189; Louis wishes to postpone attack on, 191.
-, fall of likely to follow Dunkirk, 216; besieged, 228, 231, 233, 238; defence inflicts considerable loss on French, 236; surrenders, 239.
-, party of English recruits cut up near, 260.

Great Britain, king of. See Charles I; Charles II; James I.

-, queen of. See Henrietta Maria.

Greek soldiers, Venetian auxiliaries, landed by Rand at Leghorn, 258.

Greenland, proposed company for whale fishery in, 150.

Greenwich, Grinvich, co. Kent, Melo leaves for public entry, 108; Blake's body taken from, to Westminster, 110.

Gremonville, Gremoville, Chevalier Louis de, agreement with Venice for levy, 157.

Greyhound, state ship, prize, added to fleet, 90n.

Grymsditch, J. captain of the Princess Marie, 43n.

Gudson. See Goodson.

Guinea, ships from plundered by Dutch, 23.

Guinea, state ship, goes to Leghorn, 225; fetches Overton from Jersey, 292n.

Guise, duke of. See Lorraine, Henri II de.

gunpowder, powder:
-, sent from Tower to Montagu off Mardick, 115.
-, supplied by English merchants to Turks, 136.
-, sent to gentleman's house, as trap, 199; king said to have stores of in London, 202.
-, supply of got into Dunkirk, 212, 217.

Gunpowder plot, promoted by James as excuse for severity to Catholics, 9.

guns, superiority of English admitted by Tromp, 66; large mortars sent from Scotland to Flanders, 122n; forty bronze taken to Mardick, 160; great mortars sent for siege of Dunkirk, 208.

Gurling, Robert, captain of the William, 11n.



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