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Index: G

Pages 619-622

Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 5 Part 2, 1536-1538. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1888.

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Gaeta (Naples), 147, 167, 310, 361.

-, Spanish infantry marching on, 64.

-, lets, dated from, 76, 129, 210.

Gairdner (James), quoted, 571, 573, 576.

Galicia, kingdom of, in Spain, Adelantado of, v. Alvarez Ossorio.

Galiote, grand squire, and captain-general of the artillery of the k. of France (1537), 370.

Galleys, Galleaces, Galleons, French, one built at Havre in Normandy, so immensely large that it will never be launched to sea (Feb. 1536), 78.

-, -, from Marseille, trying to capture a Venetian ship near the English coast (Apr. 1536), 101, 110.

-, -, -, on the plea that it was laden with corn from France, ibid.

-, -, -, at which Henry complains to the French amb., ibid.

-, -, Spaniards, and other subjects of the Emp. serving as slaves on board of, 115.

-, -, one (a galleon), that fought D. Alvaro's galley being repaired at Ceuta to go out again on a cruise (July 1537), 373.

-, -, returning from the Levant, attacked by the imperial in sight of Marseilles, 475–6.

-, -, commander of, v. St. Brancard.

-, -, no reliable information respecting the, some reckoning them at 67, others at more or less, but certainly not having yet left the ports of Normandy, 78.

-, Genoese (Doria's), 357.

-, -, to be kept ready for the Emp.'s passage from Barcelona to Italy, 460.

-, Imperial, 15, under D. Alvaro de Baçan, to sail for Genoa, 33.

-, -, likely to have reached their destination (May 1536), 119.

-, of Malaga, 28 in number, transporting the Spanish infantry to Naples (June 1537), 358.

-, Maltese, placed by the Grand-Master at the disposal of the Emp. (June 1537), 358.

-, Neapolitan, 288, 358.

-, Papal, 358.

-, Sicilian, 358.

-, Spanish or Imp., 119, 288, 355, 460.

-, under Baçan, q.v.

-, under Mendoza, q.v.

-, Spanish, Doria to sail for the Levant with all the, and his own, 358.

-, Turkish, 358.

-, Venetian, 416.

-, v. also Ships.

Gambara, Gambaro (Pietro Andrea ?), bp. of Faenza, 216.

-, his brother, the co. (Julio?), in Rome (July 1536), co. Guido Rangone writes to, ibid.

Gams, his Series episcoporum quoted, 277 note, 582 note.

Gandia, du. of, v. Borja.

Gante (Ghent) (Pedro de), secretary of the du. of Nájera, his account of the interview of Nizza (July 1538), 531–54, 585.

Garcia de Gauna (Gil), Navarrese hidalgo, 546.

Garcilasso, v. Lasso de la Vega (Garcia).

Gardiner (Stephen), bp. of Winchester, Eng. amb. to France, 9, 54, 429, 430, 432.

-, -, much praised by Cromwell, 56.

-, -, his sec., 237.

-, -, to be replaced by a young, though experienced, doctor, 526.

-, -, -, whom he is to instruct in the duties of his office, ibid.

-, -, -, he (the bishop) being the ablest man in England, 527.

Garma y Duran (D. Francisco Xavier), keeper of the archives of Aragon, his "Theatro Universal de España" 1751, quoted, 166 note.

Garnica, the quarter-master (1537), 346.

Gascony, in France, levies of men in (1537), 371.

Gasto (marq. del), v. Davalos d'Aquino (Alfonso).

Gattinara (Dr. Juan Bartholomé di), 245.

-, (Mercurino di) alluded, ibid, note.

Gauna (Gil Garcia de), 546, v. Garcia de Gauna.

Gavi, co. of, in correspondence with the Imp. amb. at Rome (Cifuentes), 120.

Geliot, Gelyot, Master, v. Eliot.

Geneva, the Swiss take possession of (1536), 9.

-, the inhabitants of, almost all Lutherans, 37.

-, Francis (says the Pope) ought not to meddle with their affairs in any way, ibid.

-, throw off the yoke of Savoy, ibid.

-, bp. of, v. La Baume.

-, co. of, v. Savoy (Philip).

Genova, v. Genoa.

Genoa, the Emp. sails again from Villafranca di Nizza to (July 1538), 5.

-, the Emp. at, 305.

-, lets, dated from, 119, 210.

George (Jorge?), Chapuy's servant, bearer of despatches to the Emp. (June 1536), 131, 150, 166, 571–3.

German Empire, lanskenets, Francis making levies of, within the limits of the, 30.

-, -, intending no doubt to assail the Emp.'s dominions with them, ibid.

-, -, -, though he pretends that they are only raised for the defence of his own kingdom, 31.

German, two, prisoners (Deryck and Wollenwaver?), in Flanders, to be released; message of the q. of Hungary respecting them (Apr. 1536), 90.

-, (infantry, lanskenets, Tedeschi, &c.), enlisted by Francis for the invasion of Savoy, 26.

-, -, 7,000 of them arrive (Feb. 1536), 36.

-, -, by the Emp. for the protection of Italy, 33.

-, -, 4,000 of the Emp. already on the road to Milan (April 1536), 104.

-, -, 6,000 under co. Guillaume de Furstenberg already in France (May 1536), 110.

-, -, king Francis calculates upon having, soon, 20,000, or Swiss in his pay, 135.

-, -, -, including the 6,000 he has already, ibid.

-, -, -, and 10,000 Gascons he has in Guienne, ibid.

-, -, a considerable force of, and cavalry (18,000 or 20,000) to be assembled in Flanders (1537), 356.

-, -, the general in command having perhaps no difficulty in raising more if wanted, ibid.

-, -, to be kept in readiness to march to Italy or Flanders as the case may be, ibid.

-, -, 6,000 of the Emp's destined for Naples and Sicily to join the marq. del Gasto in Milan, 357.

-, Lutherans, enlisted by Francis' agents, prevented from going into France, 110.

-, -, only 6,000, raised by co. Guillaume, allowed to cross the frontier, ibid.

-, care should be taken to ascertain whether they are, or are not, in secret understanding with Francis or the Turk, 293.

Germany, everything going on well in, and Italy (Feb. 1536), 49.

-, a good portion of, and other countries being favorable to Lutheranism, pope Paul will not dare to proceed against Henry, 20.

-, offering to assist most efficiently against the Turk, provided the rest of the Christian princes join in the undertaking, 49, 57, 525.

-, Henry's practices in, alluded to by Chapuys, 58.

-, Francis' ambs. in, accused by Charles of plotting against him, 113, 115.

-, Prince-electors of, 115.

-, news from, and the Lutherans, 349–50.

-, free towns and cities of, k. Francis wishing to keep on good terms with them (March 1538), 461.

-, Francis' intrigues in, 113, 115, 500.

Gerona, in Catalonia, 437 n., 458, 498.

-, Charles' reception in (July 1538), 534.

-, cathedral of, described, ibid.

-, altar-piece presented by Charlemagne to, 534–5.

Ghelders (Gueldres), duchy of, 76, 94, 201, 406.

-, -, affairs of, discussed at Aigues-Mortes, between Charles and Francis, 565.

-, -, the, and Juliers, offered by the Emp. to the elector of Saxony, if he will attend the General Council, 366.

-, du. of, v. Egmont.

-, -, two agents from, in London (Feb. 1536), 45.

-, -, for the purpose of contracting a league similar to that which their master has in France, ibid.

-, -, -, return without obtaining a second hearing from k. Henry, 80.

Giberti (Gian Matheo), bp. of Verona, 1524–43, to accompany cardinal Pole on his mission to England, 321.

Giron, inspector (veedor) of the Imp. fleet (1538), 479, 584.

-, instructions to, 204.

Gold, Peruvian, 470.

Golden Fleece, Order of the, 512, 515, 554.

-, chancellor of the, 512, 515, v. Schore.

Goleta (La), fort of Tunis, 358, 470.

Gomera, Velez de la, in N. Africa, amb. from, to England with presents, 133.

Gomez [de Silva], Ruy, bearer of despatches from Portugal to the Emp. (July 1537), 372.

Gonçalez, v. Gonzalez.

Gonzaga (Camillo), condottiere, takes service with the French (1536), 144.

-, -, attempts an attack upon Genoa, but is obliged to retreat and disband his men, ibid.

-, (Ferrante, Fernan, Fernando, Hernando), viceroy of Sicily, 237, 577, 584.

-, -, in command of the Imp. light cavalry, defeats the French at Brignolles (1537), 308.

-, -, to command the Span, infantry on the Imp. fleet (June 1538), 483.

-, (Frederico), i. du. of Mantua (1530–40), 77 n., 495.

-, -, pretender to the marquisate of Saluzzo, 277.

-, -, Papal brief respecting the General Council, addressed to (Feb. 1537), 327.

-, -, Monferrato adjudicated to, 495.

-, -, refuses to give up Mantua for the meeting of the Council, 528.

-, -, his claims on Monferrato, 571.

-, -, at Villafranca di Nizza, 542–3.

-, -, amb. of, at Rome, 153, 292.

-, (card. Hercole or Ercole), abp. of Mantua, brother of the preceding (d. 1563), 216, 292.

-, -, let. to co. Cifuentes, 41.

Gonzalez (Pero), let. of co. Cifuentes to, intercepted (May 1536), 120; v. Gonzalez de Mendoza.

Gonzalez de Mendoza (Pero) to be appointed on a mission to the Pope and the Venetians, 402–3.

Goso, Gozo (Sarafim, Seraphin del), a native of Ragusa, on a mission from Francis to the Grand Turk (Apr. 1538), 472.

Granvelle, Grandvelle, Grantvelle (Nicolas de), v. Perrenot, 246.

Gravesend chosen as the place of embarkation for Mary, should she succeed in taking her flight, 42.

Greece, Christians in, ready to rise against the Turk, 470.

-, the Venetian possessions close to, and Turkey to be the first attacked by Solyman (1538), 558.

Greenacre, apothecary's assistant to Katharine, 44.

-, to be attached to the Princess' household that he may help to her escape from England, ibid.

Greenwich, the court at, 16, 105, 122–3, 127, 160, 171, 191, 195, 208–9, 229, 241, 357.

-, tilting at, 19.

-, the French amb. at, 156, 192.

Grey (Henry), marq. of Dorset, the young, dining at Chapuys', 81.

Grimaldo (Ansaldo), Genoese banker, 9, 353, 359.

Grimano (Marco), patriarch of Aquileia, commander of the Papal galleys at Venice, 444, 456.

Grisons, 12,000 to be taken in Francis' pay, 251.

-, given, offered as hostage, 69.

-, (Thomas) marq. of Dorset, 69.

Gritti (Andrea), doge of Venice, 349, 472.

Grolée (Jean Philippe de), bp. of Tarantasia (1516–53), 286.

Guadalcanal in Extremadura, 166 n.

Guadaluppe, Imp. courier, 105.

Guayno (Guido), condottiere, 64.

Gueldres v. Ghelders.

Guevara, Dr., 127.

Guicciardini, Guicciardino, historian, 333.

Guidiccione, Guidiccioni (Bartholomeo), bp. of Fossombrone, Papal notary and cardinal, 366, 379, 583.

-, nuncio of Paul III. at the court of Charles (1536–7), sec. of, sent to Rome with despatches (20 March 1538), 457.

-, lets, of, 79, 155.

Guido, co., v. Rangone.

Guienne, prov. of France, 109, 135, 170, 256.

-, the inhabitants of, and Normandy to be assisted in shaking of the yoke of Francis, 229.

-, Henry claiming it as his own, 228, 242.

-, -, one of the conditions of the proposed alliance with the Emperor being that he is to help to its recovery, ibid.

-, estimated revenue of, ibid.

-, 400 lances of, being sent by Francis to the defence of Bayonne (3 July 1537), 370.

Guise, town of France (in Picardy, dep. Aisne), taken by the Imperialists (1536), 232, 234, 244, 252.

-, (Jean de), card of Lorraine, 103, 111, 117, 132–3, 152, 418, 453–4, 461, 485, 540–1, 542, 544, 546.

-, -, attends the interview of Nizza (June 1538), 484.

Guizardini, Guizardino, Guicciardini, Guicciardino (Francesco), Italian historian, 333.

Gunse (Günz), castle of Hungary, besieged by the Turks, 252.

Gutierrez de Padilla (D. Lope), 259, 261.

Guzman (Tello de), Imp. agent, arrives at Rome with despatches (Oct. 1536), 217–8, 223, 273–4, 289.