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'Index: G', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 35: 1666-1668 (1935), pp. 370-373. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90241 Date accessed: 20 October 2014.


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Galen, Christopher Bernard von, bishop of Munster: 9.
-, English fail to support, 3; reduced by demonstration alone, 13; Dutch profited by French intervention with, 52, 88; Colbert concluded adjustment with, 110.
-, Carlingford sent to get help for, 99; stops money at Antwerp to credit of Englishmen, 120.
-, English offer to Swedes, to attack, 120; good faith suspected, arming, 161.

Galian. See Gaylan.

galleys:
-, proposed to keep squadron of, at Tangier, 300, 304.
-, two built at Leghorn for Tangier, 300n.

Gallipoli, Turkey:
-, cargoes of oil from, 34.

Galloper Sands:
-, Royal Prince stranded on, 15n.

Gamarra, Estevan de, Spanish ambassador at the Hague:
-, remonstrance with about powder supplied to English fleet, 29; foments Dutch dissatisfaction with France, 59.
-, remonstrates at seizure of Flemish ships, 122; gets withdrawal of sequestration of ships, 331.
-, reported offer, to get peace signed, 176; shows intercepted letters of the French to States General, 184.

Ganghille. See Anguilla.

Gant. See Ghent.

Garter, order of the:
-, elector of Saxony admitted to, 236.

Gascoigne, Sir Bernard, Colonel Guasconi:
-, at Florence, 30; at Madrid, produces credentials to negotiate, 277.
-, amusing encounter with Pignoranda, 277; offers royal ships for passage of prince of Tuscany, 319.
-, asks king to let prince have a ship, 320n.

Gascony, France:
-, suffers from war, relieved by Dutch victory, 37.

Gaylan, Cidi Hamet Hader, prince of, Galian:
-, treaty made with, 7.

Gelderland, province of, Netherlands:
-, eager for peace, indifferent about place of meeting, 144; to be represented by others, 150; nominates a deputy, 153.

Genersey. See Guernsey.

Geneva [Switzerland]:
-, Savoy sending troops from, to help Candia, 258.

Genoa [Prov. Geneva, Italy]:
-, opening of diplomatic relations at Porte by, 25; suggested England, Holland and Venice should prevent, 96.
-, convoy of, 96; expected at Cadiz, 199.
-, proposed arrangement with for galleys at Tangier, 300, 304. supplies galleys to Spain, 300.

-, ships of, 96.

Gent. See Ghent.

George William, duke of Brunswick Luneburg, duke of Luneburgh:
-, makes difficulty about passage of Dutch troops, 7.
-, proposed defensive league against Sweden, 24, 51; Dutch send cool answer to about subsidy, 37; Dutch considering subsidy to, 51.
-, Denmark informs of Swedish designs, 161.
-, grants help to Venice, 265; Dutch permit ships to take men of, 283; sends for Marchesini, 317.
-, Dutch want to enter triple alliance, 272, 306.
-, Dutch urge to keep the peace, 306; Marchesini to arrange with for despatch of troops, 320.

Germany, the empire:
-, Swedish conquests in, 6; Sweden ready to attack at sign from France, 152.
-, place in suggested for peace conference, 53; Munster required to confine himself to, 99; English try to stir up trouble in to distract Dutch, 120.
-, reaction of Portuguese war on, 122; war in north a barrier to prevent revolts in, 125.
-, letters from held back at Paris, 168; Brosses robbed on frontiers of, 327.
-, unlikely that French party growing stronger in, 216.
-, Cigala left Turkey for, 268; England has no correspondence in, 330.

-, princes of:

not resolved about free passage for imperial troops, 165.

think of sending to Louis about peace with Spain, 165.

French believe Dutch to be moving, to thwart them, 182.

Venice hoping for help from, 228; help from, 239, 258.

example of dukes of Luneburg likely to affect, 272.

Germen. See Jermyn, Henry.

Gerse. See Jersey.

Ghent, Gant, Gent, Guent, Joseph Willem van, Lieutenant Admiral of Amsterdam:
-, sent to engage English squadron
-, off Plymouth, 156; to attack squadron at Tilbury, 170.
-, goes to convoy home ships from E. Indies, 175; cruising to North, 177, 181; Smith escapes narrowly, 177.

Ghisa. See Grammont, Armand de, comte de Guiche.

Gibraltar, Strait of, the Strait:
-, English squadron sailing for, 123n, 126.
-, ships encounter storm in, 145; English ships attacked near, 191.
-, Allen sails for, 214n; Turks roughly handled by English near, 224.
-, English think of imposing toll at, 264; schemes touching, 304.

Gigault, Bernardin, marquis de Bellefonds, M. de Bellefont, steward of the household:
-, sent to Beaufort with secret orders, 41; to inform Dutch of Beaufort's arrival and arrange about junction, 62; arrangement with States about Beaufort, 73.
-, to speak of financial aid to Dutch, 62; report on Dutch affairs, 63.
-, presents gold chain to Ruyter, 62; sent to Holland to buy warships, 107; recalled, 109.
-, to join squadron in Channel, 109; reported mission to England for peace, 118.

Gioe, resident of Denmark in France:
-, at conference about peace congress, 148.

Giovanni. See John, Don.

Giulio Cesare. See Jules Cæesar.

Giustinian, Ascanio:
-, with Mocenigo at entry, 274; attends him to audience, 280.
-, presented to king and queen, 281; presented to duke and duchess of York, 282; leaves for Holland and France, 309.

-, Giovanni, Venetian ambassador in England:

remembered by Charles, 281.

-, Marc Antonio, Venetian Ambassador in France: 246, 304.

despatches to the Senate, 1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 10, 13, 17, 22, 24, 26–8, 31–2, 35–7, 40, 45, 49, 52, 54, 56, 60–2, 64, 67–8, 70–1, 73, 75, 78, 80–1, 83, 86–7, 91–2, 94–5, 98–100, 102–3 106–7, 109, 110, 113, 116, 118–9, 121–2, 124–7, 130, 133, 137–150, 152, 156, 159, 160, 164–5, 167–9, 172, 174, 176–8, 180–5, 187–8, 190–3, 201, 204, 206,208–11,213,215–6,221,227, 243, 306 314,

instructions to, 48, 68, 85, 91, 108, 178, 203, 212, 214, 218–9, 225.

efforts for release of Salvator del Mondo, 1, 2.

speaks to Lionne about ships serving Turks, and need for peace, 83; to make representations against ships serving Turks, 85.

to supply and assist Marchesini on his mission, 203; commission to raise English and Dutch troops, 208.

Glanvile, Ben, letter of, 175n.

glasses:
-, not broken at toasts, in England, 275.

Gluckstadt, Glukstat [Holstein, German Empire]:
-, Dutch burn English ships at, 68.

Gobbato, Tomaso:
-, letters to Inquisitors of State, 221, 225.
-, journey to Adrianople and departure, 221; Ventelet stirs Jews against, 225.
-, very confidential relations with Winchelsea, 225.

Gobelins:
-, establishment of factory at Paris, 300.

Godolphin, William, secretary to embassy at Madrid:
-, competence of, 20.
-, to take part in negotiations, 20; letter of made public in Portugal, 83n.
-, to draw up article with Spanish secretary, 129; Zorzi draws statement on negotiations from, 131–2.
-, leaving, for London, 189; start delayed, 189, 190, 196; called to London, 202.
-, the real negotiator, 202; expected to return with more ample powers, 207; may return as ambassador, 216.
-, friend of the king, reserved for greater employment, 216; returning to Spain as resident, 299.

Goess, Gois, baron Johan von:
-, proposed peace mission to England, 9.

gold:
-, cargo of, from Guinea, 32; cargo from E. Indies, captured, 177.

Gondi, Jean Francois Paul de, cardinal de Retz:
-, at Leghorn, English in pursuit of, 155.

Goodland, Capt., commander of the Foresight, 155n.

Gothenburg, Gotemburgh, Sweden:
-, fleet with naval supplies at, 99; reaches Thames safely, 124.

Grammont, Armand de, comte de Guiche, Ghisa:
-, takes part in four days' battle, 16; escapes to Ruyter's ship, 16–17.

Grance. See Guernsey.

Grancier, M. di, English gentleman:
-, at Paris for exchange of prisoners, 124.

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

-, Signor, Grand Turk. See Mahomet II, Sultan of Turkey.

Graveland, near Amsterdam [Prov. N. Holland, Netherlands]:
-, Tromp confined to villa at, 61n.

Gravesend, co Kent:
-, Dutch fleet in sight of, 174.

Great Britain, King of. See Charles I; Charles II; James I.
-, queen of. See Catherine of Braganza.

Greenland Gronlandia:
-, Dutch whale fishery off, 271.

Greenwich, Grezuis, co. Kent, 275–6.
-, Colbert goes to, for entry, 252; Mocenigo enters city from, 273.

Gremonville, Gremouille, Jacques Brethel de, French minister at Vienna:
-, letter of Estrades to, 31; letters of Louis to, 34; Louis informs of assurances about negotiations at Madrid, 62.

Grenville, John, earl of Bath, Beet, Behet, first gentleman of the bedchamber:
-, attends Colbert, at entry, 252; attends Mocenigo at audience, 280–1.

Grezuis. See Greenwich.

Grimaldi, Girolamo, Cardinal, in galley chased by English, 155.

-, Louis, prince of Monaco, present at four days' battle, 16; narrow escape, 17; relates experiences, 27–8.

Grimani, Antonio, Venetian Ambassador in Rome:
-, suggestion to obtain brief from pope for queen, 329.

Groningen, Netherlands, province of:
-, ships join grand fleet, 14.
-, objects to disbanding of troops, 139; objects to Hague for conference, 144; appoints deputy for congress, 153.

Gronlandia. See Greenland.

Guasconi. See Gascoigne.

Guent. See Ghent.

Guernsey, Genersey, Grance, Channel Islands:
-, proposed French attack on, 31; plot against discovered, 54.

-, governor of. See Morgan, Sir Thomas.

Guiche, comte de. See Grammont, Armand de.

Guinea, W. Africa:
-, ships from reach Holland, 32.

gunpowder, powder:
-, supplied by Ostend to English fleet, 28.
-, pope sends to Candia, 258; great consumption at Candia, 277, 298.
-, Mocenigo asks for supply of, 259, 262, 270, 277, 283, 290, 298, 310, 323.
-, storage of, in London, 277.

guns:
-, bought by Dutch from Sweden, 56.

Guy, Capt., commander of the Portsmouth, 155n.

Guy Fawkes' day:
-, riot against Spanish embassy on, 321.

Guzman, Ramire Felipe de, duke of Medina de las Torres:
-, welcomes Sandwich, 4; Sandwich confers with, 7–8, 12; favours negotiations with England, 55; one of those to treat with Sandwich, 186, 195.
-, rivals want to exclude from negotiations, 13; does not admit idea of fresh alliance with England, 42.
-, Embrun starts negotiations for alliance with, 41; reports matter to Council, 42; attaches no importance to Embrun's proposals, 55.
-, always in favour of settlement with Portugal, 48; indisposed, 95; better, 102.
-, Pötting warns of danger of losing English support, 55; may favour Sandwich's negotiations, 97–8.
-, Sandwich visits frequently, confidential relations, 58, 97; Embrun reports assurances from about English negotiations, 62.
-, reassured Sandwich about Southwell, 85; Sandwich minimises effects of London fire to, 92.
-, Sandwich sees and asks for Junta, 95; Sandwich visiting frequently, 97, 102.
-, secretly inclined to forward peace between English and Dutch, but opposes, 98.
-, sees Sandwich about paper on Portugal, 104; speaks of fresh difficulty in Portuguese settlement, 107; explains to Sandwich advantage of consenting to hear Embrun, 117.
-, Sandwich speaks strongly to about negotiations with France, 113; acting with Sandwich to oppose Embrun's pretensions, 116.
-, Council allows to encourage Sandwich with hopes, 113; stands fast to opinion about Portugal, 192.



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