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Index: G

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Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 10, 1603-1607. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1900.

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Gabriel, Zaccharia, Venetian Governor in Corfu, despatches from, 176, 195.

Gaeta, 622.

Galizabre, ships called, 141.

Gall nuts. See Trade.

Galley slaves, freed by Count Maurice, 261.

Gallo, Cape, 152.

Gambaloite, Lodovico, his plot at Crema. 661.

Gardiner, Prof. S. R., cited, 40, 101, 111, 118 (bis), 167, 172, 207, 214, 229, 242, 266, 313, 347 (bis), 353, 365, 373, 390, 440, 496, 534, 535, 536, 547 (bis), 555, 699, 707, 714 notes.

Gardiner, Thomas, master of the Angel, 129, (Garnar), 328.

Garnar, Capt. Thomas. See Gardiner.

Garnet, Henry, Provincial of Jesuits, letter of quoted, 397n;

taken at Hindlip, 486 and note, 498;

not tortured, his perjury and equivocation at public examination shocking to co-religionists, 510;

discourse on, by Sir Henry Wotton, 518;

his execution, 523;

book based on his examination, 635;

his life and death published in Flanders;

King James' annoyance, 714.

Garter, Order of, conferred, 81;

description of Chapter of Order, 216;

conferred on Duke of Wirtemberg, 216;

Chapter of, held, 365,

investitures at, 368;

investiture of, at Windsor, King of Denmark represented by Ambassador, 427;

ceremony of, on St. George's Day;

protests against inclusion in Order, of Lords Salisbury and Montgomery, 517;

Cecil and Howard of Bindon receive, 522;

Cecil's splendid installation, 527;

Chapter of, on St. George's Day, held by King, 727.

Garter missions, Earl of Rutland's to Denmark, 81.

Garway, Thomas, of London, merchant, 129.

Gastuni, letters dated at, 30, 49;

Englishman imprisoned at, 47, 88.

Gazzettas, Venetian coin, 23.

Geneva, Ambassadors from, in England, 142.

Genoa, arming, 521;

letter by Republic of, 583;

financial disaster in, 608n.

Geopandita. See Ships.

George Buonaventura. See Ships.

Gerard, Thomas, Lord Gerard of Gerard's Bromley, Coronation Peerage, 105n.

Germany (Holy Roman Empire) (1603), French in service of Emperor, in Hungary, revolt, 88.

- -, English envoy for, to announce King's succession, 91.

- -, proposed inclusion in, of Flanders, 111.

- -, (1604), Agent from, invites inclusion of Dutch in, 261.

- (1605), England not represented at Court of, 350.

- -, Sir Anthony Sherley received in audience by Emperor, 382.

- -, Embassy from, to England, to ask aid against Turk in Hungary, 396, 404, 408.

- - Agent from Emperor in England, touching election of King of the Romans, 426.

- - King James intercedes with, for favourite of Duke of Holstein, 426.

- (1606), special embassy expected from, with congratulations to King James on escape, 474.

- -, Henry IV.'s supposed design to secure election to, 511.

- -, visit to England of King of Denmark and Duke of Wirtemberg, connected with succession to Empire, 511, 537.

- -, supposed candidature for Empire of King of Denmark, 566.

- -, Sir Anthony Sherley's alleged mission from, to Morocco and Spain, 607.

- -, report to Resident of, in Venice, by spy, 611, 617, 630.

- -, league of German (Protestant) Princes against Pope, suggested, to succour Venice, 617, 641, 664.

- -, Spanish intrigue to secure Empire, 625.

- -, (1607), peace between, and Turks, concluded;

disgust of James I., 654.

- -, Sir Henry Wotton's review of affairs of;

concern of King of Spain in election of King of the Romans;

proposal for match between Emperor and daughter of Savoy;

suggestion for converting Diet of, into a Council, 673.

- -, Imperial embassy from, expected in Venice, 696, 704, 705, 717.

- -, English relations with, 739 (p. 517).

German Exchange House.at Venice, privileges of, 294.

Ghirarda. See Ships.

Ghoen, , Irishman, conspirator, 562.

Gibraltar (Gyblaltar), Straits of, 78, 125, 146, 166, 170, 331.

Gifford, Richard, his piracy, 53.

Gilborne, Sir George, Knt., 109.

Girardo, Girolamo, Venetian Secretary in England, despatch from, 288.

Giustinian, Giacomo, Proveditore of the Venetian galleys, 209.

-, Giovanni Battista, 25;

letter from, 26.

-, Simon, supercargo of the San Giovanni Battista, deposition by, 21.

Giustiniano, or Giustinian, Georgio, or Zorzi, Venetian Ambassador in England, despatches from, to Doge and Senate, 444, 458, 465, 473, 474, 482, 483, 484, 486, 487, 489, 490, 498, 499, 502, 503, 510, 511, 515, 516, 517, 522, 523, 526, 527, 531, 532, 534, 535, 536, 537, 538. 544, 546, 547, 550, 551, 553, 554. 556, 560, 561, 563, 564, 566, 569, 570, 573. 578, 579, 583, 584, 585, 589, 591, 592, 595, 596, 598, 599, 608, 618, 619, 623, 627, 628, 629, 632, 635, 636, 642, 643, 644, 652, 654, 655, 659, 660, 665, 666, 667. 669, 674, 675, 680, 683, 684, 689, 690, 691, 692, 694, 699, 701, 702, 707, 713, 714, 716, 717, 718, 719, 720, 721, 726, 727, 730, 732, 733, 735, 737, 738.

-, -, instructions to, 430, 514, 548, 549, 557, 677.

-, -, his appointment, 356,

arrives at Paris, 444,

at Dieppe, 453, 458,

at Portsmouth;

his reception in London, 465;

received in audience, 473, 489, 498, 531;

invited to see Parliament dissolved, 531;

his conduct approved, 548;

audience with King, 553,

to beg aid for Venice against Pope, 561;

received by Queen, 589,

by King, 591;

his entertainment to the Court, 696.

Glarentza, 4.

Glasgow, Archbishop of. See Beaton, James.

Glasses. See Trade.

Gloucester, Duke of. See Plantagenet.

Glover, Sir Thomas, appointed (1606) English Ambassador in Turkey, 617, 624, 650;

his entry (1607) into Constantinople, 657;

endeavours to obtain church for Anglican worship, 712;

his claim that shipping of natives without representatives accredited to the Porte should be under English flag, 712,

vehemently opposed by French Ambassador, and condemned by Venetian Ambassador as historically untenable, 724.

Glover, Walter, and Company, 129.

Godwin, Sir Francis, and the Buckinghamshire election, 205 and note, 207, 214.

Gold, millions of, 721, 739 (p. 502), Appendix IV. (pp. 534535).

Gold mine in Scotland, 341.

Gondy (Gondi), Anne de, daughter of Jerome, wife of the Baron du Tour, 55.

-, Jerome de, Baron de Codun, 55.

Gontaut, Jean de, Baron de Salagnac (Salignac), appointed Ambassador (1605) from France to Turkey, 342;

opposes English claim to cover shipping of other nations with flag, 712, 724.

Gordon, George, Marquess and Earl of Huntly, his opposition to the Union, 147;

appears (Marquis of Doncla) at Court to justify himself and Roman Catholics, 355;

suspected (Marquis of Donall) of knowledge of Gunpowder Plot, 456.

Gorges, Arthur, Knt. (?). See Selvago.

Gowrie Conspiracy, 652n;

King James habit of attending chapel on Tuesday in memory of his escape from. 739 (p. 513) and note.

Goza, 7.

Grace, the. See Ships.

Grand Signor, orders from to Beglierbey of Tunis, 42.

Grassa. See Ships.

Gratz, 630.

Graubnden. See Grisons.

Grave, possible Spanish attack on, 538, 556.

Gravelines, proposed French attack on, 264;

Lord Sidney at, 416.

Gravener, Solomon (Salamon), petitions Privy Council, 23.

Gravesend, Spanish envoy received at, 261;

recruits leave, for Holland, 274;

Imperial Ambassador arrives at, 404;

Count of Vaudemont at, 589.

Gray alias Douglas, Thomas, forger, 390, 396.

Great Britain, James I., like King Arthur, to be styled King of, 12, 16, 69, 132;

assumes title by proclamation, 292;

effect of change of title on earlier treaties, 301;

the title in use, 439, 481, 518.

Greenwich, King James visits, 55,

receives Ambassadors at, 66;

Court at, 72, 81, 223, 227, 242, 307, 312, 344, 355, 360, 526, 551, 544, 556, 561.

Gregory XIII., supports Scottish student, 147.

Grey, Henry, Lord Grey of Groby, coronation peerage, 105n.

-, Lady Jane, her execution, 22.

-, Thomas, Lord Grey de Wilton. arrested for Raleigh s plot, 101,

sentenced, 167,

reprieved, 175.

Greyhound. See Ships.

Grimani, Alvise, Venetian Senator, 1.

-, Gerome, son of Giacomo, 309.

-, Marino, Doge of Venice, receives Sir Henry Wotton, 275;

his death, 461, 475.

Grisons, Graubnden, the, Venetian league with, Papal dislike to, 165, 522;

mentioned, 644;

French relations with, King James' opinion on, as excuse for French support of Venice, 690, 691;

embassy from to Venice, 696;

reported movements by, in Valtelline, 702;

French and Venetian support of, 707.

Gritti, Ser Dominico, 615n.

Grnlo, taken by Spaniards, 570, 573;

recovery of, designed by Count Maurice, 608,

recovered, 618,

abandoned, 642.

Grossi, 524, 598, 619.

Guagnini, Matteo, of Verona, his cause taken up by Sir Henry Wotton, 736

Guicciardini family, one of, intermediary between James I. and Pope, 34.

Guise, Claude Due de, 81.

-, Duke of, 130, 345.

Gulf, the. See Adriatic.

Gunpowder, exported from England, 233, 236, 313, 453, 470, 477, 494, 658;

supplied by Englishman to Pope, 658, 708,

to Turks, 712.

Gunpowder Plot, account of discovery of, communicated to Venetian Ambassador by Council, 442, 443,

suspected

connivance of the Earl of Northumberland, the Pope, and the French Ambassador, 443, 445;

proclamation for arrest of conspirators, and announcing that foreign princes had no part in, 446, 459;

King's speech to Parliament concerning, 447;

arrest of conspirators by Sheriff of Warwickshire, 447;

King's discourse about, to Venetian Ambassador, 447;

French opinion concerning, 450;

commissioners to attend examinations of prisoners, 454;

attitude towards of Spain and Archduke, 454, 455, 457;

Anglo-Scottish relations affected by, 456;

alleged knowledge in France of design, 457;

Roman Catholics responsible for, 464;

remaining conspirators taken, 474;

official account of, by Sir Henry Wotton, 475;

Venetian acknowledgements of news of, and congratulations, 478, 479;

sentence passed on conspirators, and executed, 483;

Garnet and Oldcorne taken, 485 and note, their alleged examination with torture, 490;

their servant tortured, his alleged suicide, 498;

public examination of Henry Garnet, his cognisance of plot, his untruthfulness, 510,

discourse on, by Sir Henry Wotton, 518,

his execution, 523;

Roman Catholic lords fined, 538;

Earl of Northumberland's connexion with, proved, his sentence, 547;

anniversary of, to be observed, 623.