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1947

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'Index: G', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 38: 1673-1675 (1947), pp. 550-552. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=90400 Date accessed: 24 July 2014.


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Galen, Christopher Bernard von, bishop of Munster:
-, reported success of Brandenburgers against, 26n; agreed to mediation of England, 244.
-, will need to seek adjustment, 245; Dutch sending to, 325.

galleys:
-, for Tangier, 286.
-, crews desired for, 159.

Galway, earl of. See Massue, Henri de, de Ruvigny.

Garmers, Vincent, Hamburg deputy to London, 2n.

garter, knights of the, chapter of, 261.

Gascoigne, Sir Bernard, Guasconi, English minister at Vienna, 9, 74, 124.
-, hopeful of success in marriage negotiations, 6; to make last attempt and to leave if unsuccessful, 11 negotiations dropped on death of empress, 24.
-, reported awaited from, 17, 21, 23, 26; reports death of empress, 24n, 32n.
-, Peterborough to wait to bear from, 30; recalled, 59.
-, to make pressing representations to the emperor, 39; sent back with letter from emperor, 59, 70.
-, Finch stays with, at Florence, 158.

Gaston, duke of Orleans, son of Henri IV of France, 36n, 81n.

gazettes, 159.
-, Sarotti considers untrustworthy, 453, 457.

Gelderland, Guelders, province of, Netherlands:
-, ascendancy of Orange in, 341; offers him dukedom, 359, 370; opposition to offer, 361; Orange consults Charles about, 365.
-, offered by France to Lorraine, 351.

Geldern, Guelders [Rhenish Prussia, German Empire], suggested for nuncio during congress, 460.

Genoa, Italy, 107, 159n, 360.
-, consulage at 45–6; salutes omitted at, 158.
-, Finch at, 55n; fear of England and France acting jointly against, 95.
-, Finch's demands of, 95n; gives satisfaction about insurances, 97; Charles undertakes to mediate for, 127.
-, French demands of, 127n; Arlington deals with Colbert about, 145; demands insisted on, 172.
-, complaint of slippery dealings of, 145.
-, Dutch privateer armed at, 207.
-, convoy sails for, 326.

-, merchants of. See merchants, Genoese.

George William, duke of Brunswick and Luneburg, 325.

German troops:
-, march into Holland, 80; marching through Brabant, 304.
-, for Sicily, turned back by Venetians, 453 4, 456–7, 464, 469.

Germany, empire:
-, Dutch complain of inactivity of, 5; Spaniards rely on forces of, 101; Spanish money for, 190.
-, Fresno laughs at report of Francophile party in, 250; English and Swedes put forward proposals in, 279; hopes that Swedes may compel to treat, 308.
-, proposal to make Netherlands a circle of, 350.
-, interested in defence of Dutch, 352.
-, appeal for relief of Protestants in, 380.

Gerse. See Jersey.

Ghent [Prov. E. Flanders, Belgium], 434.
-, placarts issued at against France, 154n.
-, allies retreat towards, 297.

Gibraltar, Strait of, the Strait, the Gut, 300n.
-, convoy for, 55n; fleet from will supply sailors for the navy, 55; ships arrive from, 97.
-, king holds up ships bound for, 199.

Giffer, ? Giffard, John, English merchant at Zante, 60–1.

Gigault, Bernadin, marquis of Bellefonds, attack on Navagne, 261.

Ginghins. See Jenkins.

Giustinian, Ascanio, Venetian ambassador in France:
-, despatches to the Senate, 78, 81, 90, 99, 120, 127, 172, 175, 197, 204, 208, 212, 217, 224, 231, 235, 237–40, 242, 244, 247–8, 251, 255, 266, 268, 276, 283, 285, 292, 301, 314, 319, 322, 325, 355, 376, 387, 396, 400, 406, 408, 414, 418, 424, 436, 438, 446, 448, 455, 457, 459, 461–2, 467, 473, 477, 483, 487, 493.
-, Higgons presented to, 255; communication with Sarotti, 460.

-, Giovanni, Savio alla Mercanzia, 80.

-, Zorzi, Savio alla Mercanzia, 496.

Gjoe, Martin Falksen, Danish resident in England, 315, 395.
-, reports league with Holland, 58; will not attend comedy, 371; calls on Sarotti, 425.
-, Ronquillo and van Beuningen make much of, 435; announces intention of war with Sweden, 437.
-, conferring with other ministers at Windsor, 440; working in favour of general peace, 446; efforts to delay congress, 463.
-, opposes Horn's efforts to get ships and sailors, 456.

glass, English, manufacture of, improving, 222.

-, French, 272.

-, Venetian, 2, 17, 23, 243, 253, 264–5, 304.

report of Savii alla Mercanzia upon, 7; trade in, 26, 46, 54, 115–6, 122, 130, 203, 222, 230, 237, 246, 272 3, 280, 284–5, 295–6, 313, 420.

duty on, 39; difficult to get reduced, 53.

prorogation stops action about, 233.

glasses, drinking. See drinking glasses,

gloves, captured from smugglers, burned, 221, 239.

Gluckstadt [Schleswig Holstein, German Empire], 2n.

goats' hair, Levant Co. imports, 461.

Godolphin, Godolfin, Sir William, English ambassador in Spain, 428.
-, remonstrates about Charleroi affair 6; backs representations of French, 21.
-, makes public entry, 15; character and rise of, 248.
-, speaks of a rupture, 57; queen regent denies responsibility for Charleroi to, 65.
-, incident on meeting king, 66; demands and receives reparation, 67.
-, to request queen to observe treaty, 154; persuades king and offers queen regent mediation, 248, 251–2; reserved reply to, 256, 260; to renew offer, 267.
-, Spaniards remember advantages obtained by, in Indies, 256.
-, efforts for peace, 292; remarks about king's efforts, 388; suggestion to support Spain, 427.
-, instructions to about mediation, 292; busy learning particulars, 369; presses for answer, 383; informed of reply about mediation, 430.
-, letter of Peñaranda to, 430.
-, unaware of alleged peace proposals, 453; confers with duke of Alburquerque about peace, 487.

gold, conveyed to America, 324.

gold cloth, present from Mantua, 351.

goldsmiths, bankers, unable to advance money, because of stoppage of the exchequer, 35; king asks for money to repay, 168, 198; efforts to repay, 331; many creditors of, 380.

Gommont. See Gramont.

Gonzaga, Charles II, duke of Mantua, 24n.

Gouda. Dutch navy, flagship of Vice-Admiral Haen, 453n.

Goumont, M., pass refused to, 466.

Grafton, duke of. See Fitzroy. Henry.

Gramont. M. de, Gommont, spoken of as ambassador to England, 65; to go to England for occasion of parliament, 173; starts, 180.

Grana, marquis of, regiment of, 244n.

Gratiani, Signor, to direct affairs of Modena in absence of duchess, 134.

Grave [Prov. N. Brabant, Netherlands], Orange goes to besiege, 299, 302; he reports surrender, 306.

Gravesend, co. Kent:
-, king and York go to, to confer with Rupert, 72; bride may land at, 145, 155, 179.
-, king took ship at, for Portsmouth, 431.

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

-, queen of. See Catherine of Braganza.

Greeks:
-, and Amity incident, at Zante, 136.
-, proposed place of worship for, at Leghorn, 160.

Greenwich, co. Kent, king meets bride at, 181; prince of Neuburg arrives at, 408n.

Gremonville, chevalier de. See Bretel, Jacques.

Grenville, Greenwile, Bernard, gentleman of the bedchamber
-, mission to Savoy, 433; leaves with count of St. Maurice, 448–9.
-, visits Venice, 449.

-, John, earl of Bath, 351, 433, 449.

Grey, Thomas, earl of Stamford, protests against new oath, 401.

Greyhound, royal navy, saluting incident with, 89; king sailed in for Portsmouth, 431.

Grimani, Almoro, Savio alla Mercanzia, 8, 80.

Grol, Grool [Prov. Gelderland. Netherlands], suggested for congress, 365.

Grotius, Pieter, speaks for liberty, 378.

Grubkou, Lt. Col., takes passes of Stolpe and Jaram, 477n.

guards. See under army.

Guasconi. See Gascoigne.

Guelders. See Gelderland; Geldern.

Guinea, W. Africa:
-, ship from, 97n, 114.
-, Welsh petition for leave to trade to, 338.

Guinea Company. See Royal African Company.

Guinigi, Monsignor Bernardino, appointed nuncio to the congress, 465.

Guise, duchess of. See Lorraine, Isabel of.

-, duke of. See Lorraine, Louis Joseph de.

Gulf, the. See Adriatic Sea.

Gunfleet, king's yacht at, when fleet sails, 83.

Gunning, Peter, bishop of Chichester, 354n.
-, reply about penal laws, 337n.

gunpowder plot, celebration in London, 174; alleged revival of, 201; Jesuits credited with, 328.

Gut. See Gibraltar, Strait of.

Gutzkow, on the Peene [Pomerania, German Empire], Brandenburg takes, 477n.

Gwynne, Eleanor, Madame Guinn, son made a duke, 444.



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