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'Index: G', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 32: 1659-1661 (1931), pp. 351-355. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90076 Date accessed: 20 August 2014.


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Galen, Christopher Bernard son, prince bishop of Munster, emperor asks for troops in pay of, 308.

Galicia, Spain, report of capture of fortress near, 296.

Galilee, Galileo, Thomas:
-, petitions Committee of Safety to make representations to Venice, 98; Venice puts off with assurances, 104, 192, 252; Giavarina delivers message to, 117; asks that action may be taken soon, 118.
-, finds nothing comes of promises made to, 183; king and Council take up case of, 184; Charles asked that may be paid, 206.
-, Druynesteyn to act as agent for, 184; alleged that agent has never made request for, 278.
-, to be told of what is being done, 238, 249.
-, again appeals to king, 245; implores relief, only paid with words, 267.

-, -, the son:

efforts for release from Turks, 98, 249, 278; promises for, 117; Capt. General to obtain exchange of, 252.

Thomas Massey appointed to treat for ransom of, 184; case of referred to captains of English ships, 238.

Venice again asked to ransom, 245; Winchelsea moves for release, 268, and obtains it, 269.

Gamarra, Estevan de, Spanish ambassador at the Hague:
-, congratulates Charles on restoration, 149; Charles received with utmost courtesy, 167; reports promise and pledge received from Charles, 172.
-, reports harm done by absence of ambassador in England, 197.

Garter, order of the, order of St. George:
-, Monk rewarded with, 156; given to Hertford and Montagu, 162.
-, earlier date for chapter of, 245; splendour of, 267; celebrated, 284.

Gaston, duke of Orleans, brother of Louis XIII, 27n, 273n.
-, French want Charles to marry daughter of, 196, 203.
-, not styled “royal highness” by Venice, 197.

Gata, Gatta, Cape [Almeria, Spain], English ships surrender to Barbary corsairs off, 309.

Gelderland, Guelderland, province of, Netherlands, right to head embassy, as duchy, 165.

Geneva, Switzerland, deputy from, to congratulate Charles, 171.

Genoa [Prov. Genova, Italy]:
-, despatches dated at, 50, 160, 162, 234, 247, 263, 276, 280, 285, 309.
-, Bernardi asked to describe constitution, proposed model for England, 70.
-, Stoakes lets off galleys of, with money of Spaniards, 78; Dutch ships of convoy of searched, 175.
-, ambassador extraordinary appointed by, for England, 157.
-, Spaniards attack English ship in port of, action taken, 160, 162; fight off, 169, 190.
-, convoy of arrives, 263; English ship at, with sugar, 308.
-, Brignoli chosen as ambassador to England, 276, 278.
-, Bristol goes to for transport to England, 279, 280; entertained by the government, 280; Bristol granted galley from to Provence, 288.
-, indignation at over tame surrender of English ships to Barbary corsairs, 309.
-, Council of State:
-,-, demands restitution of captured English ship, 162.

Gent, Guent, Johan baron van, Dutch ambassador in France, Grimani to cultivate best relations with, 285.

Gentile, Alberico, lawyer, judgment quoted, 233.

Germany, the empire:
-, news from, 192, 245, 256.
-, French consider Charles should have withdrawn to, 44; if peace in, Charles may have troops from Flanders, 113.
-, envoys expected from to congratulate king, 207.
-, passports for Venetian ambassadors asked in, 215; Venice might have had soldiers from, 307.
-, Rupert may stay in, to fight Turks, 224; Rupert leaves for, to take up charge, 284.
-, Spaniards would forward marriage of Charles in, 276.

-, princes of, disposed to unite against Turk, 308.

Germen. See Jermyn.

Ghede, —, Danish admiral, proposed release, for Bielke, 82.

Giavarina, Francesco, Venetian Resident in England:
-, despatches to the Senate, 1, 4, 6, 8, 10, 13, 16, 19, 23, 27, 29, 32, 34, 37, 40–1, 44, 46–7, 50, 52, 55, 59, 61, 64, 66, 68, 70–1, 74, 76, 79, 83, 86, 88, 91, 93, 97, 99, 101, 103, 105–6, 108–9, 111, 114–5, 118, 121, 125, 127, 130, 133–4, 136, 138, 140, 142, 145, 148, 151, 154, 156, 158, 161, 163, 167, 170, 173, 176, 179, 181–2, 184, 186, 190, 193, 195, 197, 199, 202, 204, 207, 209, 212, 214–5, 218, 220, 222, 226, 228, 230, 235, 237, 239, 242, 244–5, 248, 254 258, 262, 265, 271, 274, 277, 279, 284, 286, 289, 291, 295, 300, 304, 306.
-, instructions to, 5, 10, 13, 29, 32, 37, 41, 43, 64, 85, 87, 95, 104, 113, 133, 152, 154, 166, 169, 171–2, 175, 179, 185, 192, 195, 197, 202, 209, 215, 219, 222, 225, 227, 230, 236, 238, 240, 242, 245, 250, 252, 256, 260, 268, 278, 280, 283, 288, 290, 294, 298, 307.
-, letters to, 36, 232, 249.
-, communication of Molin with, 243.
-, 1659:
-,-, condolences of acknowledged, 3; notified of recall of long parliament, 21; waiting for instructions about recognition, 26.
-,-, abandons Arson case, 7; sends news by uncle, 13.
-,-, granted relief, 9; proposed to send to Swiss, 10; indisposed, 40–1.
-,-, to try and prevent English ships serving Turks, 13; house spared in search by soldiers, 21; horses seized, but released, 54.
-,-, to follow example of other foreign ministers about recognition, 32; postpones asking audience, 54; instructed to wait, 64.
-,-, notified by Admiralty of hearing of Angel case, 36–7; sends some one to Court to report, 39; commended for refusing to appear, 43; hears no more of, 58.
-,-, Booth's revolt stops correspondence of in country, 55–6; appeals for consideration in view of losses suffered, 100–1.
-,-, Pinocci calls on, 61; courtesy of Arundel family to, 85.
-,-, shows credentials and asks audience, 64; objects to manner of audience and declines to go, 66–7; led to expect satisfaction, 70; nothing decided about, 71, 73, 78; pleased he did not submit to indignity, 84; Senate pleased about, 95.
-,-, nothing said to about letter for Arundel, 75; asked to send letter to Venice, 78, 87; to keep Senate informed of Arundel affair, 88.
-,-, Strickland speaks to, on behalf of Galilee, 98; answer of approved, to renew assurances, 104.
-, 1660:
-,-, suggests fresh credentials from new doge, 107; fresh credentials sent to, 113, 122; cannot present, them, 123.
-,-, has violent attack of gout, 114; celebrates Good Friday, chapel crowded, 140.
-,-, celebrates French-Spanish peace, 130; allowed expenses for, 133.
-,-, suggests fresh credentials for king, 141, 143; asks consideration for expenses over king's return, 144; grant of expenses to, 153.
-,-, despatches regularly held up at Antwerp, 144; celebrates king's proclamation, 146; to inform king of ambassadors extraordinary, 152, 166, 169; does so, 181–2.
-,-, speaks to President of Council about behaviour of English at Zante, 147, 150.
-,-, to assure merchants of receiving every facility, 152–4; urged to recommend case of Galilee, 184.
-,-, to follow example of other ministers in presenting credentials, 153, 169; to present them, 172; presents credentials to king, 174.
-,-, sets out to meet king, 154; sees him at Canterbury and congratulates, 155; asks for expenses, 156.
-,-, pays respects to dukes of York and Gloucester, 155; asks credentials for them, 165; sees them, 177, 182.
-,-, Howard visits and offers services, 156; Winchelsea calls on and offers services, 168; calls again on, 180.
-,-, changes liveries, asks consideration, 165; tips after audience, asks consideration, 175.
-,-, la Coste sees about serving Venice, 171; disbanded officers approach about serving Venice, 187; unsuccessful about levies, 211, 274.
-,-, to ask that the English serving Venice may remain, 175–6; speaks to king and secretary about, 188; thanks for exception, 206.
-,-, with king at touching for scrofula, king asks about war of Candia, 182; speaks to Nicholas about alleged alliance of England with Turks, 192.
-,-, keeps on friendly terms with Winchelsea, 188; must cultivate goodwill of king, 225, 230.
-,-, sends coach for entry of Alefelt, 191; calls on him, 194; exchanges visits with Dutch ambassadors, 219.
-,-, king's reply to Senate brought to, takes exception to title, 195; negotiations about title, 208; treats with Coventry about, 211; settles question, 217.
-,-, condolences on Gloucester's death, 198, 205, 208; mourning for him, cost of, 201; allowance for, 209.
-,-, pays respects to prince de Ligne, 201; waits on princess of Orange and Rupert, 208, 215; pays respects to Soissons and Batteville, 214.
-,-, appeals to Charles to help Venice, 205–6; renews appeal to, 216; waiting for dissolution to renew appeal again, 224; to await favourable opportunity, 230.
-,-, tells king of what done for Galilee, 206; informs king of ambassadors coming, 216, 225, 227.
-,-, has la Coste stopped going to Constantinople, 208, 215.
-,-, king tells of desire for gondolas, 208; to inform king of response, 215, 225, 227.
-,-, audience of queen, appeal to her, 216; to treat for levies, 222.
-,-, need for proper appearance at coronation, 223; Senate will consider the obligation, 230.
-,-, king's letter to, about Angel affair, 231–2; told that king looks for satisfaction for, 233; action approved, 240.
-, 1661:
-,-, mourning for princess of Orange, cost of, 235; offers condolences, 238; expenses allowed, 242.
-,-, to watch and report on council of trade, 236; secretary sees about Galilee, 245.
-,-, to cultivate Collalto, 245, 260; asks Alefelt to support appeal for help, 259, 260.
-,-, indisposed, 254, 268, 295, 307; busy with Good Friday celebrations, 279.
-,-, efforts to get help for Venice, 267, 275, 290.
-,-, representations against use of English ships by Turks, 268, 279, 280, 284, 287, 290, 302.
-,-, to offer congratulations and inform king of ambassadors coming, 283; does so, 302.
-,-, offers congratulations on coronation, 286; expenses over coronation, 287; vote for expenses, 294.
-,-, asks if shall follow king's progress, 297; need not do so, 307.
-,-, to respond to Strozzi's advances, 298; appeal to for Frigate Madonna, 302.

-, Geronimo, Girolamo, Francesco's uncle, Francesco sends news through, 13; wax sent by, for chapel, 100.

-, Pietro, Venetian Secretary in Spain, despatch to the Senate, 293.

Gibraltar, the Strait, Strait of:
-, several weeks since English ships of war appeared in, 102; Barbary corsairs take ship with wheat near, 263.
-, Portuguese promise English places near, 300.

Gionas. See Jones.

Giovanni, Don. See John, Don, of Austria.

Giustinian, Francesco, Venetian ambassador in France:
-, despatches to the Senate, 6, 7, 16, 19, 22, 26, 40–1, 44, 47, 59, 67, 78, 93, 95.
-, Lockhart makes excuse for not receiving, 6; exchanges visits with Lockhart, 7, 8.

Glencairn, Glencarn, earl of. See Cunningham, William.

Gloucester, county of, Col. Stephens member for, 128n.

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

Gloucester, co. Gloucester, Massey seized at, 53–4; Desborough goes to, 56n.

Goch, Michiel van, Dutch ambassador extraordinary to England:
-, expected, 207; arrived but remains incognito, 213.
-, public entry and first audience, 217; private audience, 218; offers present, 219; waiting for parliament to dissolve, 229; can arrive at no conclusion, 245; complains of delays, 274.
-, Charles informs of intention to offer mediation with Portugal, 258; sends word to colleagues in Spain of Portugal match, 293–4; congratulates king on, 297.
-, absent from coronation because of Brandenburg ministers, 286.

Godolphin, John, paper signed by, 37.

Goess, Goi, Baron Johan von, imperial resident in Denmark, reports arrival of English fleet, 15; report on peace negotiations, 82.

Goff, Colonel William, sent from London to Monk, 89.

Gondi, Jean Francois Paul de, cardinal de Retz, first to suggest Parma princess for Charles, 248.

gondolas:
-, Charles expresses desire for, 208; king informed of response about, 225, 227; pleased about sending of, 302.
-, order for building of, 215; being sent in Dutch ship, 288; order for transmission to England, 302.
-, trappings for, to be sent to Leghorn, 290.

gondoliers, boatmen of Venice, 225.
-, Charles asks for 3 or 4, 208; Senate takes steps to provide, 215; king informed about, 227; to be sent on to Amsterdam, provision for, 288.

Goodwyn, Robert, appointed commissioner for Ireland, 28, 33.

Goteborg, Gottenburg, Sweden, Charles X dies at, 130.

Graham, James, first marquis of Montrose, proceedings against those who caused death of, 256.

Grand Duke. See Medici, Ferdinand II de.

Gravesend, co. Kent:
-, Lawson brings fleet up to, 105; Dutch ambassadors at, 217n.
-, troops from London mutiny at, 117n; Brandenburg ambassadors at, 260.

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

-, queen of. See Henrietta Maria.

Greenland, Trondjhem convenient for impeding trade of, 145.

Greenwich, Grinvich, co. Kent, royalists come out at, but dispersed, 106.

Grenville, Grinville, Sir John:
-, brings over letters from king, 142, 144; delivers letters to Monk and city council, 143.
-, receives gifts from parliament and city for bringing letters, 143; returns to Breda with money for king, 147.

Gresham, Thomas, old Exchange erected by, 132n.

Grey Posthorse, Dutch ship, captured by Harrington, 34.

Griffith, George, bishop of St. Asaph, consecrated in Abbey, 214.

Grillo, dragoman, sent about use of English ships, 251.

Grimani, Alvise, Venetian Ambassador in France:
-, despatches to the Senate, 153, 178, 181, 189, 209, 211, 213, 219, 225, 234, 252–3, 264, 269, 270, 274, 276, 281, 285, 294, 299, 309.
-, instructions to, 166, 260, 285.
-, to offer congratulations to queen Henrietta, 166; letters for her sent to, 172; to pay respects to her, 260; does so, 269.
-, follows example of Fuendalsagna in relations with Jermyn, 253; relations with him over Jermyn's state entry, 264; calls on Jermyn, urges help for Venice, 270; encourages attack on Barbary corsairs, 285.
-, to congratulate duchess of Anjou, 285.
-, to cultivate friendly relations with Dutch ambassadors, 285; remark of Boreel to, communicated, 302.

Grimston, Sir Harbottle:
-, chosen Speaker, 140; a Presbyterian, 141.
-, presents Navigation Act to king for signature and enlarges on benefits, 200; makes speech in presenting bills to king for assent, 237.

Grinvich. See Greenwich.

Grinville. See Grenville.

Gualdo Priorato, count Galeazzo, sent with despatches to Denmark, 249.

guards, regiment of, to be set up, 231; king held review of, in Hyde Park, 286.

Guasconi, —, a Florentine, Charles questions about princess of Parma, 243.

Guelderland. See Gelderland.

Guent. See Gent.

guilds, disbanded soldiers allowed to practise any trade, despite rules of, 199; entertainments got up by, for coronation, 286.

Gumble, Thomas, rewarded for bringing Monk's letters, 112.

gunpowder, powder, secret stores found, 235, 244; Vizier commandeers English ship to take to Crete, 251.

guns, artillery, cannon, ships sent to Canaries to fetch, landed from plate fleet, 99; brought into London, 102; Benvenuta requisitioned to take to Kalamata, 305.

Gunther, Anthony, count of Oldenburg, Oldenburgh, empowers Frecher to offer condolences on Oliver's death, 5.



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