Index: G

Calendar of State Papers and Manuscripts in the Archives and Collections of Milan 1385-1618. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1912.

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G

Gaborra. See Gambara.

Gaborreto, 224.

Gaeta [Prov. Caserta, Italy]:
-, proposal to put in hands of English ambassadors, 489.

Gaetano, Caetano, Enrico, Cardinal, 610.

Galarato, Baptista and Giovanni, Milanese ambassadors in Spain:
-, instructions to, 293.

Galerio, Mons., 601.

Galet, Callet, Louis, 107.
-, English ambassador to France and Burgundy, 109n.

Galicians:
-, capture ships at sea, 163.

Galicio, priest, 594.

Galignano [Prov. Cremona, Italy], 332.

Gallerato, Thomaso, Milanese ambassador in Spain:
-, despatch, 574.

Gallio, Ptolomeo, Cardinal Comensis, 606.
-, letter of, 589.

Gambalo, 228.

Gambara, Giovanni Francesco de, Cardinal, 590.

-, Gaborra, Uberto di, papal nuncio in England, protonotary, 446, 451, 452, 455, 460–2, 497, 498, 502, 511, 514.

thinks Henry will make war on emperor, 465; Wolsey interviews, 466.

Wolsey asks about garrison required by Milan, 467; Wolsey refers Scarpinello to, 468.

not to listen to Bourbon having Milan, 470; asks Henry to send pope money, 472, 473.

sends for mandate, 480; Henry assures will support Sforza, 482, 495.

Henry asks pope to make cardinal, 484; Sforza commends himself to, 486; Sforza writes to, 491, 499.

Wolsey discusses peace with, 494; letter to Sforza, 496; sees Wolsey about peace, 501.

Venier urges to help Sforza, 510; Wolsey tells of league with France, 512; delay in answering, 534.

warns Henry that pope cannot delay pronouncement about divorce, 543.

-, -, secretary of. See Agrippa.

Gambarana, Badino, of Saona, 327.

Gans, Peter:
-, chaplain of the constable of France, 197.

Ganys, M., 377.

Gardiner, Stephen, Dr. Stephen:
-, influence over Henry VIII, 521.

-, -, Bishop of Winchester, English ambassador to France, 551, 553.

negotiations, 548, 550, 555.

Gargano, Ferranti, Milanese ambassador at Ferrara:
-, despatches, 542, 550.

Gargliano, 443.

Garmeus, Gaspar, 621.

Garonne, River, 185.

Garter, Order of the:
-, conferred on Duke of Milan, 108, 250; given to King of Naples, 115.
-, Charles the Bold wears, 130; Henry IV of Spain wears, 174.
-, Charles the Bold celebrates, 195; said to have torn up, 216.
-, Sforza ready to receive, 346, 347; objections to granting to Sforza, 358; for Emanuel, King of Portugal, 380.

Gascony and Gascons, France, 313.
-, discontented with French rule, 28; English buy wine in, 188; expected English invasion, 191; ships of, 373.

Gaskwyn, M., 377.

Gattinara. See Arborio di Gattinara.

Gaucourt, Charles de, Lord of Gaucourt, M. de Gavort, governor of Paris, 173.
-, besieges Perpignan, 185n.

Gavardo, Stefano da, 60.

Gavort. See Gaucourt.

Gemmingen, Ulrich von, Archbishop of Mayence:
-, attends diet at Worms, 386.

Geneva [Switzerland]:
-, despatches from, 217, 222; letter from, 250.

-, Bishop of. See Louis of Savoy.

Genoa, and Genoese, Janua [Prov. Genova, Italy], 19, 252, 309, 315, 323, 329, 359, 379, 464, 516, 650.
-, treaty with Henry V, 3, 4.
-, news from, 294, 384.
-, letters dated at, 309, 326, 368.
-, chancellor of. See Credentia.
-, citizens of, 4.
-, Doge of. See Campo Fregoso, Thomas di.
-, governor of, 161.
-, office of St. George, 258, 294.
-, Podesta of, 283.
-, merchants of:
-,-, sequestration of goods, 19, 20; at Bruges, 327.
-, -, in Burgundy, 68, 77; in London, 102, 332, 342, 344, 348, 352, 353, 367, 368, 378.
-, ships of, 28, 307.
-, -, proposed galleys to help Yorkists, 88; Edward takes and arms, 126; taken by Greek pirate, 226.
-, disturbances of, 74, 102, 104; imprudence of France to, 75; French force for, 100.
-, English reprisals against, 114; ships sent against English, 161; French want shipbuilders from, 189; quantity of arms sold at, 192; policy of Louis to, 226; Louis threatens, 236; importance of English wool to, 253; Henry's promise for, 255; English complain of unfair treatment at, 257, 261; Milan promises attention, 258; Milan holds in fee of France, 287.
-, attack on, 313, 314; Sforza requires, 411; proposed inclusion in league, 420; to be given to Milan, 436.

-, Archbishop of. See Palavicino, Cipriano.

Geoffroy, John, Bishop of Arras, Mons. de Aras, 73.
-, sent as legate to North, 104; Louis receives, 105.

-, -, Bishop of Albi, Cardinal Albrense, 123n.

George, brother of Edward IV, Clearancis, 210.
-, Burgundy honours, 67, 73, 74; at Sluys, 72; expected at Bruges, 74.

-, Duke of Clarence:

made Knight of Garter, 108n; proposed French match, 112.

Warwick wins over, 122; marries Warwick's daughter, 131.

captures Edward, 132; going to fight Edward, 133; leaves London, 135.

outlawed, 137; Louis entertains, 138, 139; goes with Warwick, 142.

death denied, 154; relationship to Sforzas, 158; to invade Normandy, 162; sent against France, 163; Edward's fears of, 166; quarrel with Gloucester, 178.

goes with Edward to France, 194, 219; with Edward at Picquigny, 212, 216; Louis entertains, 214.

stays behind in France, 213; aspires to be king, 217; put to death, 230.

George, Count Palatine, Bishop of Spires:
-, attends diet at Worms, 386.

George, of Austria, 470.

George John, Count Palatine of Litzelstein and Waldentz:
-, detains Leslie, 598–600.

Gerfalcons. See falcons.

Germany, and Germans, 76, 185, 257, 313, 350, 351, 385, 387, 536, 645.
-, Burgundy's designs on, 172; support of emperor, 180; Burgundy would prefer war with France, 181; France will encourage war with Burgundy, 191.
-, war with Burgundy, 195; Charles the Bold wants to secure self against, 196.
-, in league with France, 197; abandoned to Burgundy, 211; France should help against, 215.
-, embassy in France, 229; Henry VII does not want to have peace with France, 363.
-, English embassy to, 375; legate to, 381.
-, cavalry with Henry VIII, 382; auxiliaries for France, 390; auxiliaries late in Flanders, 391.
-, supply Henry with everything, 403; troops in Flanders, 417; diet to choose King of Romans, 481.
-, emperor refused help for war in Italy, 484; intrigues of Francis in, 515.
-, Leslie goes to princes of, 597; heresy in, 600.
-, merchants in London, 332.
-, princes of, 566, 572.
-, troops, 490.

Gerona [Prov. Catalonia, Spain]:
-, despatch from, 304.

Gervase. See Jarvis.

Gheler. See Guelders.

Ghent [East Flanders, Belgium]. 72, 411, 416.
-, letters dated at, 48, 56, 173, 419, 540.
-, news from, 77.
-, bound to France, 99; Charolais expected at, 113; Aliprando at, 165.
-, duchess spends Christmas at, 172; sends contingent to Burgundy, 197.
-, French encouraged revolt, 284; Maximilian makes peace with, 290; heresy at, 540.

Ghiberti, Matteo, Bishop of Verona, the Datary, 452, 455.
-, letter to, 443.
-, Sforza must win over, 450; Henry asks pope to make cardinal, 484; leaving Rome for France and England, 506.

-, Giovanni Matteo, Bishop of Verona:

with Cardinal Pole, 585.

Ghie, Marshal. See Rohan, Pierre de.

Ghinucci, Girolamo, Bishop of Worcester, Auditor of the Chamber, 447, 470, 473.
-, reaches Calais, 452; tells Wolsey reasons for coming, 455; mission to Spain, 455, 456, 459, 461, 515.
-, Sforza should write to, 460; instructions to, 462, 466; starts, 467, 468; arrives in France, 471.
-, Henry asks pope to make cardinal, 484, 530, 535; offers made in France, 485; not acting straightforwardly by allies, 487.

-, -, -, -, English ambassador at Rome:

negotiations about divorce, 549, 551, 564; canvasses French cardinals, 561; recalled, 562; appeals to future Council, 565; to be made cardinal, 577.

-, -, -, nephew of, 561.

Ghisleri, Giov., Michele, Bishop of Mondovi:
-, letter of, 591.

Ghys, Ghiza, Mons. de. See Guiche.

Giacobello, Mons., 594.

Giana. See Joanna.

Giangmuso, 196.

Gie, Seigneur de. See Rohan, Pierre de.

Gifford, G., 643.

Gigli, Giliis, Ziglio, Giglis, Zilio, Carlo, 56.
-, news sent by, 48, 113; letter to Coppino, 52.

-, John de:

English ambassador to Rome, 237n, 261.

to visit Milan, 262; sick at Milan, 264, 286; gives Henry information, 323.

-, -, Bishop of Worcester:

Henry wants red hat for, 343, 345, 348.

-, Silvester de, Bishop of Worcester, English ambassador at Rome, 422.

expresses devotion to Sforza, 429.

Giles of Britanny, 111.

Giliis. See Gigli.

Gilino, Camillo, Milanese ambassador with the emperor:
-, despatches, 521, 525, 533, 539, 546, 547, 551.

Gimello, 318.

Guistinian, Sebastian, Venetian Ambassador in France, 516.

Glasgow, co. Lanark, Scotland:
-, request to make metropolitan see, 288n, 289.

-, Archbishop of. See Blacader.

-, Dean of. See Murhed.

Gloucester, Duke of (?), 19.

-, -, See Humphrey; Richard, brother of Edward IV.

Golden Fleece, Order of, 75, 95.
-, ceremony of, 76; given to Edward IV, 134; Edward affronts, 216.
-, knights of, 218.

Goldwell, Thomas, Bishop of St. Asaph:
-, arrival at Milan, 588.

Golfi, Gaspar, Franciscan, Bishop of Cagli, Cally, papal nuncio to England:
-, claims bishopric of Worcester, 353; report of, 362.

Goniago, Ottavio, 594.

Gonzaga, Barbara, Marchioness of Mantua, 60.

-, Ercole, Bishop of Mantua, Cardinal, Cardinal of Mantua:

letter of, 578.

Gorcum. See Gorinchen.

Gordon, Alexander, Earl of Huntly:
-, slain at Flodden, 406.

-, Lady Catherine, wife of Warbeck:

reported prisoner, 324; did not leave Scotland, 328; in Henry's hands, 341.

Gori, Messer, 420.

Gorinchen, Gorcum [Prov. South Holland, Netherlands], 113.

Goshawks, 295.

Gradi, Blasius, citizen and merchant of Milan, 19, 20, 114.

-, -, Francis son of, 114.

-, Melchior, citizen and merchant of Milan, 19, 20.

Grafidio, Monsig., 602.

Grammont, Gabriel de, Bishop of Tarbes, Tarpe, French ambassador to England, 480, 508.
-, expected at London, 483; ordered to arrange marriage, 492; driven back by weather, 493.
-, negotiations, 493, 494; arranges alliance, 505; to be sent to inform emperor of treaties, 509, 510, 512, 514.
-, reports of, 510; sumptuously entertained, 512, 513; emperor accuses of intrigues in Germany, 515.

-, -, Bishop of Bayonne:

no succes in England, 530.

-, -, Cardinal of S. Giovanni ante Portam Latinam, Agramonte, Grammonti, Cardinal de Tarbe, French ambassador at Rome, 544, 548.

tells pope to trust only Pontremulo, 526; exhorts Francis to arrange matters of divorce, 534; objects of mission to Rome, 540.

discussions with Henry VIII, 541, 542; does not support divorce, 547.

Granada [Spain], 478.
-, despatches from, 447, 465, 466.
-, letter dated at, 489.

Grandibien, Nicolao, secretary of the Venetians, 164.

Grand Master. See Montmorency.

Granico. See Greenwich.

Grassis, Cardinal de:
-, to go as legate to England, 381.

Gratialas, Garsilaso, Spanish ambassador at Rome:
-, suggests league shall use Scotch forces, 335, 336.

Grationopolo. See Grenoble.

Gratz [Styria, Austrian Empire]:
-, letters dated at, 276.

Gravelines [Pas de Calais, France], 165, 352, 354.
-, letter from, 164, 170.

Gravesend, co. Kent, 53.

Graville, Seigneur de. See Malet, Louis.

Gray, Thomas:
-, bull for, 53.

Greek Cardinal. See Bessarion.

Greeks:
-, pirate, 226.
-, troops in Burgundy's army, riot, 227.

Greenwich, Granico, Grenvici, co. Kent:
-, letters dated from, 12, 262.
-, rebels defeated near, 316; Henry VII at, 366; Henry VIII receives and harangues ambassadors at, 453; Venier received at, 457, 458; Mendoza at, 478; ambassadors of allies summoned to, 479, 494; Salamanca sees king at, 496; French alliance celebrated at, 511, 512; Henry VIII going to, 527; Henry VIII at, 541, 543.

Gregory I, the Great, Pope, 645.

Gregory XIII (Ugo Buoncompagni), Pope, 598, 603, 608, 658.
-, sends Leslie to France, 597, 601; speech of Nicholas to, 606.

Greifenklau, Richard von, Archbishop of Treves:
-, attends diet at Worms, 386.

Grencood, Henry, 621.

Grene, Richard, clerk, notary, 275.

Grenoble, Grationopolo [Isère, France]:
-, letters dated at, 149, 158.
-, Council of, 249, 274.

Grenvici. See Greenwich.

Grey, Groti, Sir Ralph:
-, slain at Towton, 65, 72.

Grillo, a leading Genoese, 75.

Grippa. See Agrippa.

Gritti, Andrea, Doge of Venice, 487.

Groti. See Grey.

Gruthuyse, Grutus, Grutux, Lord of, See Bruges, Louis de.

Gualana, M. de. See Guislain.

Gualta (?) Waltham:
-, forest, 524.

Guelders, Gheler, Guelderland, Netherlands:
-, Burgundy's designs on, 172; troops of, serving Burgundy, riot, 227; landsknechts from, 510.

-, Duke of. See Charles; Egmont, Arnold of.

Guercio del Bosco, Balthasar, physician of Queen Catherine:
-, commended to Sforza, 545.

Guerlands, Bernard de, Gascon captain, 230.

Guibé, Robert, Cardinal of Nantes, 381.

Guiche, Ghiza, Ghys, Pierre, Sieur de la:
-, sent to England about divorce, 534; remains when Joachim returns, 538; leaves, 541; ambassador to England, 572.

Guidobono, Antonio, Milanese ambassador to the pope:
-, despatch, 20.

Guienne, France, duchy of:
-, Louis offers to England, 112, 183; English invasion expected, 157, 183, 196.
-, Edward demands, 163, 199; 219; forces in, 182, 498; troops of, 200.
-, Edward abandons claims, 200;
-, Spain attacks, 389.

-, Duke of. See Charles of France.

Guienne king at arms, 532.

Guifre, Lord, 137.

Guildford, co. Surrey:
-, letter from, 545.

Guise, Cardinal of. See Lorraine, Louis of.

-, Duke of. See Lorraine, Claude de.

Guislain, Guillaume de, M. de Gualana, 415.

Guisnes [Pas de Calais, France], 169n.

-, captain of. See Tyrell, Sir James.

Gunnesse, M., 377.

Guns, artillery, 422.
-, Scots ask from France, 422.

Gurk, Bishop of. See Balbi; Bertrand, Raymond; Lang, Matthias.

Gurrone, a Modenese agent, 521.

Guzman, —, chancellor of Toledo, 590.