Gachard, M. de, cited, ii. 502.
Gaeta, the port of, i. 420.
-, the Pope proposes to flee to, ii. 260.
-, robberies in, 404.
-, Pope Adrian to land in, 412, 459.
Galavay, the Bishop of, i. 245.
Galeazo, Micer, ii. 275.
Galeazzo, Duke Jehan, reference to, ii. 244.
-, Count, 384.
Galicia, manner of telling fortunes in, i. 206.
Gamarache, Martin de, license to, i. 216.
Gambara, Prothonotary, ii. 384, 414.
-, Count, 516.
Garbinus, Hieronymus, public Imperial notary, ii. 468.
-, -, requisition made by, 478.
Garigliano, ii. 117.
Garsilaso, the Pope to be induced to write to Henry VII. by, i. 95.
Garter, the investiture of the King of Castile with the Order of, i. 379.
-, festival of the Order of the, ii. 445.
Gascony, the duchy of, license to export wine out of, i. 1.
-, license to bring to England wine of, 15.
-, license to trade between England and, 30.
Gasto, Marquis del, ii. 651.
-, -, Cassano attacked and taken by, 692.
-, -, indefatigable conduct at Pavia of, 701.
Gattare, in Brittany, i. 4.
Gattinara, Mercurino de, Chancellor, treaty signed by, ii. 33.
-, -, power given to, to conclude alliance between Spain and England, 52.
-, -, to be consulted on French affairs, 332.
-, -, notes on a letter of Mendoza by, 335.
-, -, must find means to destroy relations between the Italians and Francis I., 407.
-, -, letter to, from Alonso Sanchez, 410.
-, -, favourably inclined towards the Infante, 433.
-, -, letter to, from Sanchez, 446.
-, -, would have Juan Manuel guide the Pope, 452.
-, -, directs Mendoza as to his conduct towards the Pope, 453.
-, -, letter from Sanchez to, 469.
-, -, as royal commissioner, 555.
-, -, to go to Rome on affairs of state, 615.
-, -, letter from Lope Hurtado de Mendoza to, 617.
-, -, letter from Caracciolo to, 627.
-, -, addition to a despatch written by, 685.
-, -, warning to the Imperial ambassadors in Rome by, 685.
-, -, marginal notes on various letters by, 306, 363, 373, 375, 378, 381, 478, 499, 512, 513, 517, 521, 533, 619, 620, 621, 622, 645, 646, 651, 653.
-, Dr. Johan Bartholomeo, brother of the Chancellor, 459, 544, 665.
-, -, Imperial ambassador in Rome, 678.
-, -, letter from the Emperor to, 678.
-, -, tries to influence the Pope against the French, 681.
-, -, letter from the Emperor to, 684.
-, -, instructions sent to, 685.
-, -, letter from the Emperor to, 691.
Geldo, Martin de, license to trade in England, i. 26.
Gelves, islands on the coast of Africa, ii. 278.
Gemund, note of Maximilian, dated from, ii. 230.
Genoa, report respecting the French keeping, i. 84.
-, intentions of France in holding, 125.
-, bribes received by De Puebla from the merchants of, 165.
-, report of the surrender of, 217.
-, money to be sent to, 266.
- to be delivered into King Ferdinand's keeping, ii. 123.
-, conquered by the French, 140.
-, proposed to be given as part dower of Princess Renée, 142, 172, 188.
-, included in the league made in Switzerland, 252.
-, King of France claims to be Seigneur of, 259.
-, may be conquered with ease by the Emperor, 305.
-, assistance promised for the conquest of, 343.
-, circumstances under which an attack may be made on, 351.
-, enterprise against, 357.
- in the French interest, 403.
- ready to revolt, 429.
-, Hieronymo Adorno takes the citadel of, 461, 464.
-, Pope Adrian at, 470.
- sacked, 471, 482.
-, galleys to be left for the protection of, 507.
-, embarkation of Pope Adrian in, 510.
-, despatches to be sent viâ, 525.
-, precarious state of affairs in, 531.
-, Hieronymo Adorno's death a great loss to, 540.
- to be included in defensive alliance of the Pope, England, &c., 568.
-, truce between Francis I., Henry VIII., &c., and, 614.
-, clause in projects of peace concerning, 631.
-, news from, 647.
-, deserted in consequence of the pestilence, 650.
-, contributions paid by merchants of, 651.
-, deserted and defenceless, to be invaded by the French, 652.
-, money promised to Emperor by merchants of, 667.
-, Imperial fleet enters, 677.
-, repulse of the French in their attack on, 681.
- concludes a truce with France, 692.
- in danger from its bad defences, 696.
-, mentioned also at 184, 357, 463, 503, 506, 515, 528, 535, 551, 582, 584, 587, 590, 591, 600, 603, 640, 646, 649, 692, 707.
-, Doge of, see Antoniotto Adorno.
-, letters dated from, ii. 471, 482, 499, 500, 503, 510, 577, 615, 647, 683, 697.
Genoese, the, French vessels, &c. taken by, i. 84.
-, -, the Emperor desires help from, ii. 560.
- fleet, to assist King of England, 496.
-, -, news concerning the, 651.
- discoverer, vessels from Bristol sail under the command of, i. 177.
- merchants, reports of, 218.
- carracks, taken by the French, ii. 503.
Gentlemen in waiting on the Princess of Wales, i. 247.
Georges, Don, natural son of the King of Portugal, i. 77.
George, Don, ii. 398.
Georgiano, the Emperor, i. 141.
Gérart, major-domo to Pope Adrian, ii. 547.
Germaine, Queen of Spain (wife of King Ferdinand), confinement of, ii. 15.
-, -, inheritance of, 53.
-, -, her good offices sought by Louis of France, 125.
-, -, dowager, 630.
German ambassadors, i. 150.
- Diet, ii. 333.
- (Suabian) league between Pope, Maximilian, King Ferdinand, the Duke of Milan, the family of de Medicis, Florence, Genoa, and the Swiss confederacy, 252.
- troops enlisted and paid by Henry VIII., 95, 169, 176, 177, 180, 181, 556, 576.
- - join the Imperial army, 371, 659.
- -, see also 404, 445, 526, 584, 647, 656, 668.
Germans, the, propose a general council to the Pope, ii. 649.
Germany, Madame Margaret to be married in, i. 201.
-, report that the King of the Romans had great expenses in, 351.
-, Maximilian gone to, 460.
-, Imperial Diet in, ii. 327, 338.
-, friendly to Charles V., 596.
-, depressed, and partly Lutheran, 611.
-, news from, 623.
-, mentioned also at 342, 358, 381, 471, 649.
Gerona, ii. 226.
Gherardadda, ii. 487.
-, garrisoned by Imperial troops, 496.
Giardino of Milan, the, ii. 408.
Gariglano, ii. 117.
Giglis, Sylvester de, Bishop of Worcester, ii. 354.
Gilaberte, Luis, Knight Commander, ii. 75.
-, -, at Emperor Maximilian's court, 181.
-, -, sent with credentials to King Henry, 270.
-, -, leaves London, 275.
-, -, see also 137, 204, 239.
Giovanni, St, Castle of, ii. 521.
Glanda (Claude, daughter of Louis XII?), Madame, ii. 204.
Glasgow, the Archbishop of, the Pope requested to make him a cardinal, i. 69.
-, the Doctor of, Spanish ambassador returns accompanied by, 91.
-, the Doctor of, Scotch ambassador to Spain, 96.
Godefa, Castle of, ii. 172.
Goicoechea, Manuel de, keeper of the Archives of Madrid, cipher despatch deciphered by, ii. 619.
Goerz (Goritia), ii. 22.
Gold in Indian islands, much, i. 48.
Golisano, Count, ii. 359.
-, -, son of, 425.
Gonsales, Don Thomas, letter of Christopher Columbus discovered by, i. 48.
Gonzaga, Sigismundus, Cardinal of Mantua (see Mantua), ii. 389, 390, 592, 594.
-, Lodovico de, 379.
Gordon, Lady Katharine, letter to (?), i. 78.
Government of Scotland, i. 173.
Gradisca, ii. 329.
Gralla, Monsieur, letters from, i. 283.
Gran, Cardinal of, death of, ii. 362.
Granada, conquest of the town of Baca in, i. 26.
-, state of things in, 35.
-, Isabella's account of, 36.
-, letter dated from the royal camp before, 37.
-, requests of Christopher Columbus granted at Santa Fé, in the Vega of, 41.
-, the Archbishop of, letter from Peter Martyr to, 42.
-, Henry VII. spoke to Londoño of the war in, 160.
-, report that Ferdinand and Isabella had gone to, 218.
-, Fuensalida sent to inform the Princess of Wales what had happened in, 236.
-, arrival of Ferdinand in, 258.
-, Ferdinand ordained administrator and governor of the kingdom of, 339.
-, archbishopric of, given to Laoysa, general of the Dominican Friars, ii. 553.
-, see of, 574.
-, Archbishop of, bishopric of Palencia to be given to the, 588.
-, letters dated from, i. 222, 241, 242, 248, 254, 257, 259, 261.
-, see also at 581, 639.
Grand Chamberlain, pension from Emperor to, ii. 586.
- Mâitre, ii. 455.
- - of Rhodes, 467.
- Master, ii. 586.
Grangis, secretary, ambassador of France, arrest and confessions of, ii. 404.
-, -, sent to Gaeta, 406.
-, -, mentioned at 415, 459.
Granville, Seigneur de, ii. 35.
Grasse, city of, ii. 654.
Grassis, Achilles de, Cardinal, Bishop of Bologna, ii. 315, 385.
-, in conclave, 388, 390, 392, 393, 592.
-, Cesare de, betrayer of Cardinal of Volterra, 552.
Gravelingen, moneys payable in, ii. 113.
Gravesend, the Princess Katharine may be sen to, i. 129.
Greece, mastics formerly found only in, i. 47.
-, ii. 264.
Greek, the, Bishop of Rhodes, ii. 540.
Greenwich, Fuensalida to see Henry VII. at, i. 236.
-, Henry VII. takes the Princess of Wales and others to, 329.
-, Henry VIII. swears to a treaty in his chapel at, ii. 272.
-, -, and the Emperor Charles V. at, 427, 430.
-, letters dated from, i. 202, 239, 385, 397, 415, 419, 420
-, ii. 20, 24, 38, 271, 273, 427.
Grenoble, ii. 46, 49.
Gretl, letter dated from, i. 400.
Grimaldi, Augustin de, merchant, i. 429.
-, Francisco, directions respecting money to be paid by, i. 462.
-, -, letter of thanks from Ferdinand to, 465.
-, -, annoyance caused to the Princess of Wales by, 470.
-, Francesco, sums of money to be paid to Henry VIII. by, ii. 19.
Grimani, Antonio, Doge of Venice, see Doge.
- election of, ii. 359, 410.
-, -, death of, 548.
-, Domenico, Cardinal, Bishop of Porto, (see Porto), ii. 359, 392, 422, 583.
-, -, in conclave, 389, 390, 392.
Grimelo, ii. 420.
Grisons, ii. 702.
Gritti, Andrea (see Doge of Venice), Venetians under command of, ii. 372, 477.
-, -, election of, as Doge, 549, 551.
Gronde, Ocheo de, Spanish merchant, license to, i. 26.
Grutuze, Seigneur de, ii. 35.
Guadaloupe, arrival of the Princess of Wales at, i. 259.
Guadalupe, courier, despatches sent by, ii. 215.
Guadix, episcopal see in Granada, ii. 559.
Guanabam, Indian name for San Salvador, i. 44.
Gueldres, cause of great expense to the King of the Romans, i. 351.
-, the King Archduke takes possession of a part of the duchy of, 369.
-, new quarrels between Flanders and, 396.
-, affairs of Flanders and, 398.
-, war in, 453.
-, affairs of, 456.
-, succour needed in, ii. 75.
-, France to be invaded by way of, 88.
-, affairs of, 98, 197, 199, 201, 202, 205.
-, the Duke of, secret negotiations to marry the Duchess of Brittany to, i. 32.
-, -, Suffolk imprisoned by, 335.
-, -, designs of, 336.
-, -, intentions respecting Edmund de la Pole of, 352.
-, -, the King of Castile at war with, 392.
-, -, the King of Castile aided by Henry VII., against, 393.
-, -, aid given by France to, 394.
-, -, the King of Castile renews the quarrel with, 395.
-, -, cause of quarrel with, 396.
-, -, efforts to reconcile the King of Castile with, 398.
-, -, proposal for settling the differences between the King of Castile and, 399.
-, -, the Flemish dominions threatened by, 402.
-, -, Flanders asks aid against, 430.
-, -, English alliance useful to Austria in keeping at bay, 445.
- -, truce made by, with Maximilian, Henry VIII., King Ferdinand, &c., ii. 104.
-, -, treaty between Maximilian, Henry VIII., King Ferdinand, &c., and, 105.
-, -, dangers which threaten if he do not conclude peace with Maximilian, 202.
-, -, is overbearing and favoured by the French, 282.
-, -, included in treaties, 35, 232, 292.
Guerra, Pedro Usachi, a Neapolitan, i. 322.
Guetaria, ii. 75.
Guevara, Don Diego de, ambassador from Madame de Savoy, i. 425.
-, -, arrival in England of, 426.
-, Fulano de, death of, i. 59.
Guicciardini, reference made to, in note, ii. 79.
Guienne, the duchy of, i. 17.
-, restitution of, 28.
-, the English to undertake the conquest of, 80.
-, right of the King of England to, 224.
-, attempt at and recovery of, 273, 287.
-, Spain would assist England to recover, 284.
-, negotiations made respecting, 290.
-, negotiations not to be pressed respecting, 292.
-, Spain will aid England in regaining, 315.
-, projected invasion and conquest by Spain and England of, ii. 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 73, 88, 89, 93, 95, 100, 127, 131, 134, 136, 169.
-, troops for invasion of France to be disembarked at, 430.
-, Lautrec sent to, 514.
-, Henry VIII. and Charles V., projected invasion of, by, 555, 556, 577.
-, Duke of Bourbon to go to, 586.
Guildford, Henry, created a Spanish Knight by King Ferdinand, ii. 54.
-, Richard, i. 77.
-, letter dated from, i. 400.
"Guina", Guienne (?), ii. 454.
Guinea, negroes in, i. 47.
Guiote, Monsieur, ii. 96.
Guipuzcoa, port in Spain, i. 345.
-, -, ii. 95.
-, vessels to run between Calais and, 148.
Gunthorpe, John, Dean of Wells, i. 3.
Gurk, Matthew Lang, Cardinal of San Angelo, and of, his presence at Cambray, i. 468.
-, -, ambassador to the Emperor Elect Maximilian, concludes treaty with Pope Julius II., excluding the Venetians, ii. 79, 82, 85.
-, -, information regarding the treaty given by King Ferdinand to, 89.
-, -, is to use his credit with Maximilian to persuade him to make peace, 108, 229.
-, -, pension paid by King Ferdinand to, 159.
-, -, proposes to divide the inheritance of Prince Charles and the Infante Ferdinand, 160.
-, -, secret message to, from Ferdinand, 171.
-, -, what is to be done by, in case the Pope refuses to go to war with Venice, 183.
-, -, approves of peace with Venice, and war with France by Spain, 195.
-, -, is to leave Rome and go to the Emperor, 212.
-, -, favour to be shown by Madame Margaret to, 215.
-, -, bull given by the Pope to, 219.
-, -, to be sent as Papal legate to Germany, 220, 239.
-, -, asks for the bishopric of Bourges (Brujas), 223.
Guypuscoa, i. 2.
-, governor of, 4.
-, vessels from, 153.
-, letter sent by, 207.
-, proclamation of order respecting English subjects at, 367.
Guzman, Don Ramiro Nuñez de, Spanish ambassador at Genoa, ii. 214.