Gaci (?), garrisoned against invasion, 269.
Gaillandt. See Gayland.
Galen, Christopher Bernard von, bishop of Munster:
-, strengthens garrison of Eylor, 17; Friquet threatens Dutch with arms of, 52.
-, warlike measures of Dutch against, 17, 176; Charles sends money to, 167, 171, 173; assurances to Charles, 169.
-, Austrians employ to get alliance with Dutch, 56; Louis promises Dutch help against, 167; grievances against Dutch, 169; Louis may not choose to declare against, 177.
-, Louis sends to warn against making trouble for Dutch, 169, 173; treaty of Charles with, 171.
-, arrangements with Neuburg and Cologne, proposed attack, 171; treated at Brussels, 175; Cologne and Neuburg will not allow to make levies, 180.
-, warlike preparations of, 171; busy fortifying Huxter, 176.
-, raising great troubles against Dutch, 175; Dutch capable of dealing with alone, 179, 180, 195.
-, Rupert going to command troops of, 178; arming definitely against Dutch, 198.
-, sends confessor to Vienna as envoy, 178; fear of imperial troops joining dissipated, 181.
-, Louis warns that will have to deal with French, 178; not known what French envoy brought back about intentions of, 180.
-, reported in coalition against Dutch, 189; Renswoude thinks there is little danger from, 191.
-, alliance with England and Sweden communicated to Louis, 193; English agreement with alarms Spain, 196.
-, Wrangel advancing to unite with, 193–4; emperor tried to prevent arming and refused troops to, 201.
-, will have to maintain troops in own country, 195; depends greatly on English support, 199.
-, a secret conspiracy in Holland in favour of, 196, 198, 200–1, 204.
-, lets out that design chiefly against France, 199; France decides to help Dutch against 206–7, 210.
-, forces cannot prevent sailing of Dutch fleet, 200; best French regiments moved against, 213.
-, especially pledged to England, 200; parliament determined to support, 212.
-, not the chief of the party forming in Germany, 201; French try to detach Swedes from, 210; Charles should not complain of French assisting, 223.
-, complaint to Vienna of help given to, 210; doubtful if Castel Rodrigo has influence over, 218.
-, defence of E. Friesland against, 211; Carlingfort to justify action to German princes, 221, 246.
-, Dutch mean to reduce to impotence, 218; Dutch will not suffer to be included in peace, 220; Dutch about to attack in own country, 226.
-, van Beuningen unhappy about French help against, 224; Dutch attitude about, 227; Dutch harassed on land by, 237.
-, troops of, in difficulties in Groningen, 226; extricates them, 227; nature favours, 234.
-, asks for help at Ratisbon, 226; means to withdraw forces from E. Friesland, 227; Dutch demand withdrawal from Friesland before discussion, 234.
-, Cologne and Neuburg will not interfere about, 226; receives money from England, raises fresh levies, 240.
-, Charles will urge to appoint commissioners to treat, 228; cannot treat without assent of England, 240.
-, French help against, and not against England, 231, 250; England bound to succour, 238.
-, Friquet sent to arrange some adjustment with, 234; Carlingford tries to get emperor's help for, 251.
-, France bound to help Dutch against, 249; Brandenburg to be used against, 255.
-, Vienna hesitates to take action about, 253, 265, 269, 273–4; Carlingford represents critical condition of, 273.
-, has committed all interests to Castel Rodrigo, 257; money supplied by England to, 279, 287.
-, is England's only ally, 262; threatened by a great deluge, 267, 278; has no allies and English supplies cannot be kept up, 274.
-, alleged plot of Catholics in Brabant with forces of, 265n.
-, Gremonville to urge emperor to mediate about, 274; reply given about but no decision taken, 277.
-, will have to make peace with Dutch if not succoured, 277; told by England to make peace if he wishes, 278; obtains guarantee from Louis, 285.
-, terrorised by Brandenburg, 278; troops of to join the French, 287; promised Brandenburg not to trouble the Dutch, 292.
-, negotiations with Dutch drawing to conclusion, 279, 285; Dutch ready to deal with if no conclusion, 280; makes peace, 287, 294; England angry with, 287.
-, Carlingford failed to get help for, 285; English send Temple to, to continue war, 292, 294.
Galian. See Gayland.
Gallipoli [Thrace, Greece], ship going to, for oil, 284n.
Galway, Galloway, co. Galway, Ireland, prizes brought to, 125.
Gamarra, Estevan de, Spanish ambassador at the Hague, to prevent Dutch from accepting French proposals against Flanders, 79; says English will not make peace and Dutch will not yield, 193; protests emperor wishes to live on good terms with Dutch, 201.
-, -, secretary of, says Spain will claim same favours as accorded to France, 103.
Gambia, River, W. Africa, French proposal about forts on, 229.
Gambronius, Stephen, secretary of Sweden in France, Lionne tries to induce to forward negotiations of Terlon, 173.
Garda, count della. See Magnus de la Gardie.
Garonne, River, France, Dutch ships from, with wine, 53.
Gascony, France, wine from, lost in storm, 75.
Gaston, duke of Orleans, 77n.
Gayland, Gaillandt, Galian, prince, leader of the Moors:
-, offer to co-operate with Spaniards against Tangier, 4; skirmishes with garrison, 13–4; reinforcements sent to deal with, 16.
-, ambushes garrison and kills governor, 25, 28; Tangier in danger from, 31; making fortifications near Tangier, 43; forces withdrawn from Tangier, 122.
-, Salee makes accommodation with, 43; no disposition for accommodation with English, 46; answer to demand for demolition of forts, 75.
-, complaint about lies in, 208; printed at Florence though purporting to be at Venice, 209; Senate tries to get altered, 214.
-, censorship of, 209.
-, extracts from, 209.
Gelderland, Gelders, Gheldria, Netherlands, province of:
-, deputies sent to, to make conform about levy, 56, 58; deputy of to be on council for fleet, 179.
-, gentleman of, nominated ambassador to Venice, 72.
-, conspiracy to betray to Munster, 196; French troops sent to join allies in, 227.
Genoa [Prov. Genova, Italy]:
-, ship of taken by pirates, 20; equips convoy for ships, 76; convoy of, at Cadiz, 232; ships convoyed to, 275.
-, Winchelsea would like to go as ambassador to, 203.
George William, duke of Luneburg, Lonenburg, Lunebourg, duke of Zelle:
-, Dutch decide to get troops from, 171; send to ask him for troops, 179, 185, 201.
-, adjustment with brother, 181; French secure adhesion of, 274.
-, to be general of troops raised by Dutch, 201; will make diversion and carry out treaty, 226.
-, emperor sending 9000 to Flanders, 73; serving the Dutch, 109; Dutch enlisting for service, 201.
-, troops increasing on frontier of Flanders, 194.
Germany, the empire, 108.
-, estrangement of, from France, 169; Sweden planning to make herself strong in, 173.
-, fear of commotion in may prevent French declaring against Munster, 177; French troops sent to borders of, 194.
-, Rupert said to have gone to, to command troops, 178, 196.
-, Spaniards fear spread of war to, 196; has great share in Munster affair, 199.
-, Sweden sending troops to, 201; Louis sends Airon to, 210.
-, great party forming in, Munster not prime mover, 201; war in likely to follow Anglo-French, 254; free towns of promise levies to both sides, 257.
-, French go to merchants of, for tin and lead, 265.
-, emperor desires peace in, 273.
-, princes of:
Estrades labours to settle Dutch differences with, 72; accommodation of differences with, 74.
mission of Carlingford to, 195; to justify actions of Munster, 221; all in movement, 254; upset by various proposals of France and England, 257.
emperor sending to about maintaining status quo, 261.
Carlingford's negotiations with useless, 274; Charles stirred against Dutch but got nothing, 279.
-, Protestant princes of, French fear coalition of, with England and others, 170.
Germen, lord. See Jermyn, Henry, earl of St. Albans.
Gerse. See Jersey.
Gheldria. See Gelderland.
Gheney [? Rhenish Prussia], Brandenburg demands, 226.
Ghet, chevalier de. See Guette.
Ghiscia, Ghissia. See Gramont, Armand de, comte de Guiche.
Giavarina, Francesco, Venetian Resident in England, conversation with Aubigny on Spanish negotiations, 3.
Gibraltar [Spain], Captain Allen near, 96.
-, Strait of, the Strait:
Lawson passes, 35; Zeeland squadron sailing for, 82; Smyrna fleet sails for, from Zante, 96.
Santa Maria stopped at, 109; Dutch cruising about, to take prizes, 142; Dutch war fleet at, 183.
Dutch Smyrna fleet proceeding to, 160; Dutch ships from captured by English fleet, 203, 206.
Beaufort ordered to pass, 160, 178; Beaufort sailing towards, 298.
Dutch squadron defeats English merchantmen near, 224.
Smith's squadron passes, 248, 260; it leaves Cadiz for, 276; Beaufort to go and fight English near, 277; English to fight Beaufort if passes, 291.
more English frigates said to have passed, 277.
Gidions, John, commanding Dutch squadron from Smyrna, at Zante, sails for Gibraltar, 96.
Gigeri. See Jijelli.
Giraud, Giro —, sent to Holles about Carignan affair, 212.
Girofle, Dutch East Indiaman, captured by English, 141.
Giustinian, Marc Antonio, Venetian Ambassador in France:
-, despatches to the Senate, 230, 233–4, 236–7, 239, 240, 244, 246, 248, 251–2, 254, 257–8, 261–3, 265, 267, 269, 271–2, 274–5, 278, 280, 285, 290–1, 297–8.
-, instructions to, 243, 253, 273.
-, to urge maintenance of peace between France and England, 243.
-, thanks Holles for offices with Winchelsea, 258; to make representations about Salvator del Mundo, 273.
-, —, Venetian Admiral, has steel etc. removed from Batchelor, 9.
Glencairn, earl of. See Cunningham, William.
Gletri, M. de. See Chaumont, Guy de, seigneur de Guitry.
Gluckstadt, Glukstat [Holstein, German Empire], Dutch East Indiaman unlading at, 210.
Gobato, Tomaso, Winchelsea appeals to Ballarino for, 36, 39; submits to Ballarino and laments offences, 38; promised pardon, 39, 40; leaves for Constantinople, 40.
Godolphin, Mr., mission to Paris, 56.
Goeree, Goeria, Gorea, Goree [Prov. S. Holland, Netherlands], 127.
-, Dutch fleet off, 49, 56, 61; Dutch angry with Opdam for tarrying at, 52; fleet withdrawn from, 65; fleet sails from, 210.
Gogh, Goch, Gog, Vandgok, Vangot, Michiel van, Dutch ambassador in England:
-, decision to send, 20; expected to effect adjustment, 27; chief object to soothe, 30; working hard for settlement, 31.
-, arrives 27; has private conference with king, 28; has special audience, king's reply to, 30; forgot credentials, king waived formality, 31.
-, to remonstrate about outrages in Guinea, 28, 34; reply to delayed, 35; reply to, printed, 42.
-, has audience of York and Clarendon, 30; takes house in London, 32; York expresses dissatisfaction with Dutch to, 44; York's remark to about serving brother, 45.
-, sees king, excuses preparations for Guinea, king's reply to, 44; Dutch give Downing paper dealing with king's reply to, 47.
-, audience of king, expresses desire for terminating differences, 46; informs king of fleet sent to Guinea, stiff reply to, 48.
-, to demand restitution of New Belgium, 51; has audience of king, 56.
-, will be recalled when Downing leaves, 52; letters of communicated to foreign ministers, 66.
-, reports release and seizure again of Dutch ships, 66; to demand restitution of ships, 68.
-, staying on in London, 86, 94, 97; will be recalled when Downing goes, 104.
-, need to protect against mob, 85, 90; complaints of, but no disposition to replace, 126; dissatisfaction with action, 134.
-, deplored the war, 109; says Dutch will not be the first to speak, 111.
-, reply to French ambassadors about adjustment, 114; says peace will follow if Charles restores everything, 121.
-, without instructions from superiors, 132; secretary of arrested, 169, 172; a pretext for withdrawal of, 172; Downing's passport conditional on assurance for, 195.
-, Clarendon offers reasonable terms to, for peace without France, 180; despairs of any good issue, 217.
-, Lord Morfil suspected of intelligence with, 209.
-, king sends for to Oxford, 217; English show eagerness to treat with, 218; friendly advances for negotiation with, 221.
-, Charles presses to get orders to treat for peace, 219; recalled, expresses regret at rupture, 237.
-, at Hague, reports to States General, and presents letter from Charles, 244.
-, -, secretary of, at Hague, 73.
gold, brought by ships of Guinea Company, 13, 26.
Golding, John, captain of the Diamond, killed in action, 112, 115; king grants pension to widow, 120.
Gondi, Jean François Paul de, cardinal de Retz, pope speaks with, on Anglo-French war, 268.
Gonzaga, Annibale, marquis, says Portuguese negotiations far advanced, 251.
-, Eleanora, widow, of Emperor Ferdinand III, may go to Flanders to take possession in emperor's name, 211.
-, Maria, Queen of Poland, presents of Condé for, taken at sea, 187.
Good Hope, Bonne Esperance, English merchantman:
-, claims about, unjust, 26; Downing presents memorial about, commissioners appointed, 38; case should be settled at Hague, 45.
-, Dutch will not discuss with Downing, 56; clause in treaty concerning, 88; French proposal about and reply, 228–9.
Gordons, fear of rescuing murderer at Aberdeen, 43.
Gorea, Goree. See Goeree.
Gorgas, Major, going to relief of Munster's forces, 226.
Goteborg, Gottenburg, Sweden, St. Jacob laded at, 67n.
Gramont, Antoine duc de, marshal di Grammont, jests with king about ill usage of Holles' cook, 225; present at Council about relations with England, 236; obtains new levy in Liegois, 263.
-, Armand de, comte. de Guiche, Ghiscia, Ghissa, Ghissia:
Madame and intrigues of, 112; at Hague, 115; reports another defeat of the Dutch, 187; reports revulsion caused by Ruyter's return, 193.
command of Liegois to he given to, 263.
-, Philibert comte de, the Chevalier Grammont, Charles asks to speak to Louis about joint attack on corsairs, 57.
Grand Duke, See Medici, Ferdinand II de, Grand Duke of Tuscany.
Grand Turk. See Mahomet IV, Sultan of Turkey.
Great Britain, king of. See Charles I Charles II.
-, queen of. See Catherine of Braganza.
Great Charity, Charity, royal navy:
-, captured by Dutch in battle, 139; defended by crew after captain surrendered, 142; only ship lost in battle, 150, 158.
-, Admiralty to buy, taker of rewarded, 140.
Great James, royal navy, at Chatham, 44.
great seal, secretly lent to York by chancellor, 144.
Greenham, —, Downing's secretary, arrested, 189.
Greenland, one Rochelle ship escapes to, 127.
Gremonville, Grimonville, Jacques Brethel de, French minister at Vienna:
-, to ask emperor to mediate about Munster, 274; reply to, but no decision, 277.
-, explains powerful land armaments of France, 277.
Gretswer, Grietzel [E. Friesland, German Empire], Swedes marching towards, 211.
-, Charles led to believe would not consent to war, 88.
-, Munster's forces cut off in, 226; but are extricated, 227.
Guadeloupe, Guadaluppe, island of, W. Indies, Ruyter hears of English ships at, 157.
Guette, Chevalier de, di Ghet, arrested, 184.
Guiche, comte de. See Gramont, Armand de.
-, England would make diversion in, if trouble made in Scotland, 170; Beaufort may be made governor of, 237.
-, manifesto on English claims to suppressed, 263.
Guillaume et Marie, Dutch ship, captured, 206.
Guinea, W. Africa, 118.
-, complaints against Dutch for impeding trade in, 11; Dutch ready to give satisfaction about trade with, 26.
-, Denmark raises claims for trade in, against Dutch, 24, 32; and Sweden, 32.
-, Capt. Stoakes at Barbadoes with rich cargoes from, 26; ships from at Amsterdam, 34.
-, violence of English to Dutch in, 28–0, 32–3; Dutch demand satisfaction for, 29, 32, 37.
-, Charles gave to duke of York and sister Mary, 33; Dutch forbid English, Swedes and Danes to trade at, 37.
-, English involving themselves more deeply in, 34; Lawson thought to be sailing for, 35.
-, French ship taken on coast of, 35; Rupert to take fleet to, 41, 43–4, 47–8.
-, Dutch believe English mean to make selves masters of, 38; Dutch arming force to go to, 41, 45, 47; Gogh excuses naval preparations for, 44, 48.
-, Downing presents memorial about Dutch action in, 40; claim against Dutch for preventing trade in, 47.
-, Holles suggests plan for English and French to combine to drive Dutch from, 42.
-, drum beating for volunteers to go to, 46; ships for, in Dutch grand fleet, 56.
-, captures by Holmes in, 47; Dutch may abandon to avoid war, 51; Dutch demand satisfaction for Holme's action in, 56.
-, rich ships arrive from, 47; Ruyter supposed to be going to, 48, 50–1, 65; Dutch ships for ordered to sea, 49; Ruyter in, 52, 56–7, 114.
-, English ships for discharged, 58; rich ships from, reach Downs, 75.
-, peace or war depends on what happens in, 61; Ruyter goes to clear coasts of, 69, 89.
-, English take many Dutch ships off, 68; Dutch ships sail with provisions for, 69.
-, false report of outrages at, 87, 89; report of Ruyter'a prizes from, 104, 113; Ruyter's success in, 155, 157, 183.
-, English demand Dutch recognition of right to, 104; aim of English hostilities in, 121.
-, Dutch wronged Swedish ships in, 144.
-, Charles demands fresh proposals from Dutch about, 160; French proposals about, 229.
-, prizes from, at Bergen, 187; Dutch ships from, leaving Norway for home, 197.
-, squadron of fleet sent towards, 227; French proposal about trade at, 229.
-, peace could be made by restoration of places in, 269; Queen Henrietta's peace proposals concerning, 274.
Guinea Company. See Africa Company.
Guinea, royal navy, capture made by, 206.
Guitry, seigneur de. See Chaumont, Guy de.
gunpowder, Dutch promise to governor of Bergen, 189; Beaufort making provision of, 277.
guns, Dutch buying, in Sweden, 67.
Guzman, Don Añello de, Medina's son, father hopes to ransom, 94.
-, Ramiro Felipe de, duke of Medina de las Torres, Medina, first minister of Spain:
blamed for demonstrations over Fanshaw, takes pride in getting him, 3; thinks some arrangement necessary with England, 4; prime mover of Fanshaw's mission, 80.
says English and Dutch on edge of war, 9; secret negotiations with Fanshaw, 53–5; complete confidence with Fanshaw, 79.
confers with Fanshaw at Valdemoro, 14; committed to Fanshaw about house, 22.
holds council on question of war, 15.
tries to soothe Fanshaw, 80; hopes to ransom son, a stimulus for his policy, 94.
Fanshaw informs of victory, 159; Fanshaw complains to about arrest of lackeys, 214.
Fanshaw spends many hours with, 159; meetings with Fanshaw resumed, 223; directs all negotiations, 238.
not his own master, dependent on colleagues, 227; enemies try to get negotiations out of hands of, but Fanshaw will only treat with, 238.
gives tactful answer to Embrun, 242.
writes to Fanshaw of king's regard and that they wish him to stay on, 256; suspected of secret understanding with Fanshaw, 264; Fanshaw to see on return, 270.
blamed for trusting too much to Fanshaw, 270; Fanshaw writes sharp note to about Portuguese business, makes no reply, 279.
disclaims knowledge of offers to Portugal, sharp exchange with Caracena in Council, 276; arranged with Fanshaw that Braganza should not be recognised as king, 281.
harmony with Fanshaw changed to aversion, 279; blames Fanshaw for failure of negotiations, 282.
Southwell expresses himself in conversations with, 281; Southwell referred to by Council, and sets forth points to him, 286.
feels failure of Portuguese negotiations more than anyone, 289; Southwell went to, with Fanshaw, 296.
-, -, secretary of, tries to asten Cornaro's departure, 19.