Index: G

Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 11, 1607-1610. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1904.

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Gabbia, di. See Ships.

Gabriel, Zaccharia, Captain in Corfu, 959.

Gagliano, Odoardo de, 226.

“Gaiana”. See Ships.

“Galant Anne”. See Ships.

Galdagna, Count of. See Sandoval.

Galeottes, galleons and, 663;

a “galleot,” 704.

Gall nuts. See Trade.

Gallipoli, waters of, infested by English pirates, 371.

Gallo, Giacomo, jurist of Padua, 192.

Gap, Marshal Lesdiguières at, 867.

Garda, Lago di, Sir Henry Wotton visits, 323 (p. 170);

the Prince of Condé at, 864, 877.

Garder, Edmund, refused permission to lade at Venice;

Sir Henry Wotton applies to Senate on behalf of, 468;

permission given, 481;

Sir Henry's thanks, 482, 490.

Gardiner's History of England, cited in notes to, 8, 248, 444, 575, 752, 793, 795, 897.

Gardner, John, lives with the Capuchins at Bordeaux, discovers plot to assassinate King James, 728 and note,

set at liberty, 752 and note.

Garter, Order of the, Knights of, keep All Saints' Day in London,109, cf. 112;

Chapter of the, to be held on St. George's Day, 228, 239;

candidates for, 239;

appointments made, 245;

pompous procession of knights on way to Windsor to be invested, 261;

insignia of, returned from Wirtemberg, 332, 376;

banquet for all the knights of, on St. George's Day, the French Ambassador declines to attend, 497, 525;

the King wears “the George” set in diamonds, 801;

banquet for knights of, 894.

Garve, Neill, sent prisoner to London, 235 and note.

Gassendi, Honorato, Agent of the French Consul in Alexandretta, his case, 521 and note.

Gaston, Jean Baptiste, Duke of Anjou, third son of Henry IV, his birth announced at Chapter of the Garter, 245;

arrangements for his christening, 253, 254, 255, 263, 264, 285, 288, 293, 295.

Gastuni, in the Morea, despatches dated at, 220, 221, 226.

Gates, Sir Thomas, reported lost on passage to Virginia, 795.

Gazette. See Money.

Gelderland, Guelderland, demands reduction of taxation, through trade losses by the Truce, 513;

discontent in, imperils the truce, 821.

Geldern, mutiny of Germans at, 575.

Geneva, de Terraile executed for attempt on, 510;

letter from, presented to the Venetian Cabinet by French Ambassador;

attempts to discover the author, 695.

Gennaro, Captain, 877.

Genoa, Renegades from, in Tunis, 268;

money sent from Spain by bills of exchange drawn in, payable in Flanders, 356;

news from, of Sir Anthony Sherley, 392;

Genoese fail to respond to Spanish invitation to furnish ships against the Dutch, 406;

Don Ascanio Spinola, of Genoese extraction, 430, 714;

news from, 502;

Genoese galleon taken by Turks and English off Algiers, 790;

the Prince of Condé bound for, 813, 821;

French propose to attack, 818;

Pietro Priuli accredited to the Signory of, 839;

Frittima returns from, 884.

-, despatch dated from, 884.

George, the, set in diamonds, 801.

Georgian merchants, 921.

Germans, dismissed by Count Fuentes, 7;

many, in Venice and Padua, marry Venetian women, 230;

in the service of the Archdukes, disbanded, 513,

and paid off, 525,

those in garrison in Guelders, &c., mutiny, 575;

burial place of the “Alemaigns” at Padua, 812 note;

Spain raising, for the defence of Milan, 867.

Germany, Sir Anthony Sherley on way to, 61;

Envoys from the Princes of, on their way to Holland for the peace negotiations, 130,

go home, 365, 398;

St. John Chrysostom's works to be collated in the Biblioteca Palatina in, 241;

mission to, of Don Pedro di Toledo, from Spain, 269;

“Princes of, divide the revenue when there are many brothers,” 310;

religious question at Cologne, 402;

the “Premonition” sent to the Princes of, 527, 539;

Princes of, consulted by Henry IV, as to war over Juliers, 568;

attempt of the House of Austria to secure the Empire for themselves, 692;

the Prince of Condé travels through, to Milan, 844;

use of the title “Serene” in, 846;

Henry IV credited with desire to be nominated “King of the Romans” the Protestant Princes of, willing to abase Austria, but unwilling to aggrandise France;

would select the Prince of Wales as “King of the Romans,” or King James, 870, 894;

King James “loathes” the proposal “to transfer the Imperial Crown to France,” 875.

Ghel, M. de, sent to the army, on the King's murder, 899.

Ghent, siege of, 483.

Ghiarradadda, offered to Venice, 781.

“Ghintnot, Signor,” in Paris, letter to, of the Queen of England, 282.

Gibbons, John, a Scot, steals cargo of wine;

arrested, 373, 443, 477;

application that his estate may be liable, 535;

to be brought to England 539, 588;

in London, cannot be tried in England, would be acquitted in Scotland, and is accordingly handed over to the Venetian Ambassador to be tried, or to be sent to Venice, 678, 700, 719, 728, 743;

the Doge and Senate “surrender the prisoner to the great wisdom” of the King's Government, 764, 794;

Correr's thanks for, 812,

expressed to the King, who acknowledges that his action was contrary to law, 837.

Gibraltar, Straits of, Spanish defeat near, 1;

the defeated squadron had been posted there to intercept English aid on way to Venice, 8;

the defeat avenged by the capture of six or eight Dutchmen near, 184, 190;

Ward proposes to sail out through, 268;

is outside, 334;

pirates pass within, 348, 350, 369;

pirates swarming off, capture Spanish sugar ship, 373,

activity of Ward within, 427;

watch set at, for noted English pirate, 472;

English ships seized near, by English pirate, 477;

“a fleet of 30 sail, pirates” in, 488;

Dutch vessels sent to, to repress piracy, 617;

French privateer taken near 752;

encounter near, between English merchantmen, and pirates, 810.

Giermer, Noter. See Sheers, Arthur.

“Gioanato”. See Ships.

Giovanni, son of Paolo, of Florence, his attempt on Father Paul's life, 83,

reputed a Scot, 85.

Giron, Don Fernando di, Knight of Malta, sent on special embassy to King James, in the names of the Archdukes and Spain, 378,

to induce him to negotiate a truce “on no other condition [than] the ratification of the Archduke's promises,” 379,

to thank the King and beg him to continue his conduct re the truce, 386;

sent from Spain, upon the suggestion of King James that he could arrange a truce for twenty years without renunciation by Spain of the “sovereignty” of the Netherlands, &c., to thank him, stop the Archduke's negotiations, and settle the affair, 387;

arrives in London, his reception;

selected by the influence of the Duke of Ossuna, 393;

French opposition to the purposes of his mission, 398;

dissatisfied with his treatment in England;

received in audience by the King, 400, 404;

question of his precedence, 404;

denial by King James of the special significance attached to his Embassy, 409;

the King anxious for his departure, 413,

he persists in staying, 420;

proposes match with Savoy for the Princess Elizabeth, 420;

English apologies to France for his presence, 425, 435, 437;

takes leave and departs, 439;

backs the pretensions of the Flemish Ambassador-in-Ordinary to precedence, 439, 443;

King James announces his departure to Henry IV, with assurance that he had not touched on any matter of importance, 446,

Henry IV satisfied at his departure, 452;

sent by the Archduke Albert to Spain, for aid against the French, 875.

-, Pedro, Duke of Ossuna, opposed to concession to the Dutch of “sovereignty”;

causes Don Fernando Giron to be sent to England, 393;

appointed Viceroy of Sicily;

gets the consent of the Council to supersede Sir Anthony Sherley, 780

“Giustinian”. See Ships.

Giustinian, Bernardo, 206.

-, Hieronimo, 116.

-, Zorzi, Venetian Ambassador in England, (1607), thanked by Senate;

instructions to, 3;

reports his reception by the Prince of Wales, 24, by the King, 30;

his conversation with Queen Anne on the politics of Netherlands, 31;

the Pope approves his action in England re suppression of pamphlet, 32;

undertakes to impress Turkish Cavass with Venetian influence in the Levant, 43;

English merchants apply to, for the restoration by Venice of the “Corsaletta,” 71, 73;

report of his conversation with Turkish Cavass, in London, touching the right of search used by Venice in Turkish waters, 73;

request by Sir Henry Wotton that he may be directed to inform King James of the attack on Father Paul, 87,

orders to him, on the subject from the Senate, 89;

overtures made to, on behalf of the pirate Ward, 94;

to be instructed to deny any hostility by Venice to English trade in the Levant, 110;

his comments on the influence of “pulpit and theatre” in England, 112;

reports interviews with King James and Lord Salisbury on subject of the Anchorage Tax, Father Paul and the pirate, Ward, 113, 114;

procures arrest of “the Husband” with Ward's booty aboard, 128,

his further proceedings in the case, 135, 141, 142, 148, 200;

(1608), instructions to, re the Earl of Tyrone, 145, 158,

in final form, 163;

his spirited struggle, in England, for precedence, 149,

his success, 154;

reports interview with King James;

steps taken re “the Husband”;

announces the appointment of his successor to the King;

reports the suggestion that the Duke of York should be made a Patrician of Venice, &c. 174;

King James' book presented to, 177;

reports interview with Sir Julius Cæsar, 181;

opinion of the Jurists of Padua on the case of the “Soderina” forwarded to, 191, 192;

laments the slackness of the owners of the “Soderina”;

not a single proof have they put in, 198,

except the Jurists' opinion, “naked of all vouchers”;

obtains, with great difficulty a prolongation of sequestration order for two months, 229;

the proofs fail to arrive, he announces the revocation of the order, 266;

Sir Henry Wotton notifies the Doge and Senate of the King's regret at his recall, 200;

proofs of ownership in the case of the “Soderina” forwarded to, 259, 260;

instructed in the matter of the Prince de Joinville, 279;

his reply, 294;

reports interview with Lord Salisbury, 295;

his letters of recall, 306;

ordered to enquire as to right of asylum in Embassy houses, 315, his reply, 335, 340;

recapitulation, by Sir Henry Wotton, of his conduct of the affair of the “Soderina,” 323;

to return home viâ Flanders, 340;

meets Ambassador Correr;

owing to the reluctance of the King to give audience, when hunting, will have to wait, and journey home in winter, 344, 346;

his farewell reception at Court;

the King wishes to knight him, and to settle the affair of the “Soderina” before he departs, 362;

the settlement made, 364;

allusion by Sir Henry Wotton to King's desire to honour, 381 (p. 200);

delays his departure to take leave of the Queen, 367, 372;

accompanied by the Royal barges to Gravesend, 373;

reports from, of his homeward journey, from Calais, 372,

from Brussels, 377,

from Amsterdam, 390, 391,

from Cologne, 402,

from Augsburg, 421,

from Premelano, 432, 448;

arrangement made with, re the “Soderina” upset, 456, 477;

allusion to his precedence in England, 468 (p. 253);

order of the Doge and Senate that he be allowed to keep the presents made to him by King James and Queen Anne, 523;

his efforts re the “Soderina” alluded to, 719;

Lord Salisbury enquires after, 793;

sent on mission to France;

comments made on the employment of so distinguished a person, 897.

-, despatches from, to Doge and Senate, 1, 2, 8, 10, 11, 14, 18, 19, 24, 25, 30, 31, 34, 36, 37, 43, 44, 45, 50, 52, 53, 57, 58, 59, 71, 73, 74, 78, 81, 82, 86, 92, 93, 94, 102, 108, 109, 112, 113, 114, 115, 117, 121, 122, 123, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 134, 135, 141, 142, 146, 147, 148, 149, 154, 155, 160, 161, 168, 174, 175, 176, 177, 181, 182, 185, 186, 189, 190, 198, 203, 204, 205, 215, 216, 228, 229, 234, 237, 238, 239, 240, 245, 248, 255, 261, 263, 266, 269, 275, 278, 285, 288, 291, 294, 295, 300, 307, 312, 319, 324, 328, 332, 335, 340, 344, 345, 346, 347, 354, 360, 362, 363, 364, 367, 368, 372, 377, 378, 390, 391, 402, 421, 432, 448.

-, instructions to, 3.

Glanfield, Toby, pirate at Tunis, 415 note.

Glarenza, Clarentza, in the Morea, p. xxxi, alleged purchase of currants at, 49, 379, 412, 417, 418, 464.

Glover, Sir Thomas, knight, English Ambassador in Turkey, his dispute with the French Ambassador. Venetian efforts to arrange, 12, 18;

his complaints unnoticed, or unknown, in England, 30;

besieged in his house by French soldiers in the service of the Turk, 270, 281;

paid by the Levant Company, not by the King;

backs complaint of Bailo against English Consul at Aleppo, for collecting dues on Venetian goods brought on “Flemish” bottoms, 281;

prevented by Cha'usch from visiting the Ambassador of the Archduke Matthias;

complains in vain to the Grand Vizier, 325;

the matter arranged, 343;

supports claimant to Moldavia, 352a., 591;

death of his wife, by plague, 370;

forwards pearls to Venice, 381;

proposes to reinforce the Turkish fleet with English ships, all booty taken to belong to the captors, Englishmen to be allowed to mix freely everywhere with Turks, 447;

secret report to the Doge and Senate that his Secretary is a Papal Spy, 454;

appeals to the Bailo for support in his claim to the Consulage of the “Flemish,” 480;

the Bailo begged to support, against French Ambassador, re removal of the port of Aleppo, 505;

Venetian neutrality in dispute between, and the French Ambassador, 528;

the Bailo ordered to act with, re the closing of the port of Alexandretta, 529;

the Grand Vizier threatens to send in chains, to England, for sheltering Moldavians released by the Porte, 609;

Polish complaint in England, that he is inciting the Turks to attack Poland, 611;

arrangement, on the point of conclusion between, and the French Ambassador, for sharing the profits of the Consulage of the Flemish, broken off, owing to the defective memory of the latter, 644,

the agreement concluded, 669, 670;

has news of the destruction of Ward's ships, 644;

assists the Bailo to exclude the Jesuits from the church of St. Peter in Constantinople, 645;

visits exchanged between, and the French Ambassador, 686;

defends the action of Venice, to the Mufti, touching the capture of a galleot off Paxos, 704;

trouble between, and the Grand Vizier, over English ships suspected of piracy when picking up cargo for a return voyage, 705;

Draper, his dragoman, promises to keep the Franciscans in the church of Santa Maria, 723;

finds the English merchants unwilling to subscribe to keep open the port of Alexandretta, 753, 797, 827;

was acting upon instructions from home, in the Lady Arabella's behalf, in his support of the Moldavian Pretender, 774;

the English merchants consent to subscribe towards a bribe to the Grand Vizier;

he argues the matter of re-confirming the port of Alexandretta with the Grand Vizier, threatens that the English might abandon the Levant trade and go home;

his arguments fail, 847;

notified by the Pasha that the English merchantmen who proposed to “go privateering” after discharging cargo “had better attend to their trading and go quietly,” 860;

the Grand Vizier's remark to, on the Jesuits, 877;

the Capudan Pasha alludes to “as that red boar of an English Ambassador,” 908;

violent scenes between, and the Grand Vizier, 921, 940.

Goa, Truce to be notified in, 641 (Cf. 617).

Godolphin, Sir William, knight, 728 note.

Goletta, Turks from, on pirate ships, 172;

Ward's ships burnt at, 628.

Gondi, Hotel, the finest in Paris, 832, 865.

Gontaut, Jean de, Baron de Salagnac, French Ambassador in Turkey, his dispute with the English Ambassador in Constantinople, 12, 18, 30;

resists claim of English Consul at Aleppo to collect dues from goods brought in Flemish bottoms, 281;

applies to the Bailo for his support in dispute with the English Ambassador as to the Consulage of the Flemish, 480;

quarrel between, and Glover, continues, 504;

fresh dispute between, and Ambassador Glover, re the removal of the port of Aleppo, 505;

the Bailo instructed to observe strict neutrality between, and Ambassador Glover, 528;

Venetian officials to act with re closing of Alexandretta, 529;

assents to arrangement for sharing the profits of the Consulage of the “Flemish” with the English Consuls;

his memory defective, by nature, or after recent illness;

he repudiates a clause in the agreement;

the negotiations broken off, 644;

the agreement concluded, 669, 670;

assists the Jesuits in their attempt to secure the Church of St. Peter, in Constantinople, 645, 689, 706;

visits exchanged between, and the English Ambassador, 686;

the Bailo negotiates with, for a sum to be raised, to secure the preservation of the port of Alexandretta for trade, 753, 797, 827, 847;

reports that “the Persian war is spreading” and “the Pasha is to go over there,” 864;

his efforts on behalf of the Jesuits likely to be successful, 922.

Gontier, —, Jesuit, his sermon in Paris, 917.

“Good God”. See Ships.

“Good Hope”. See Ships.

Gordon, George, Marquess of Huntly. in prison for his religion, his wife petitions for, 466.

-, Henrietta, daughter of Esmé, Duke of Lennox, wife of George, Marquess of Huntly, the Queen's attachment to;

she petitions on her husband's behalf, 466.

Goro, Dutch ship trading from, to Venice, seized by pirates, 575.

Gowrie conspiracy alluded to, 176, 444, 580, 588, 949.

“Grace”. See Ships.

Gradenigo, Angelo, Venetian, imprisoned at the suit of Robert Sherley for debt to the Shah;

his counterclaim, 524;

petition on his behalf, to the Doge and Senate, by his father Paolo, with history of his relations with the Shah, 581,

intervention by the Doge and Senate on his behalf, 582,

left in prison at Milan, 598.

Venetian memorandum on his behalf to the Governor. 624;

Sherley consents to release, if money of his, at Alexandretta, were paid, on account of the Shah, to the English Consul there, 648;

not released, the Venetian Ambassador in Rome takes legal proceedings, 676;

account of his proceedings at Venice, and elsewhere, as agent of the Shah;

Giacomo Fava prisoner in Persia, as surety for;

the Shah's agent, Hoggia Seffer, holds power of attorney to release, 773.

-, Marc, report by, 469.

-, Marc Antonio, in command of Venetian Fleet, bertons captured by, 212.

-, Paolo, his petition, 581,

letters of the Doge and Senate for, 582.

Granada, expulsion of Moriscoes from, 505, 595, 596.

Graves, William, pirate at Tunis, 415 note.

Gravesend, Venetian Ambassador accompanied to, on departure by the Royal barges, 373.

“Great Britain”, term used, 334 (p. 176 note).

Greece, revolt in, against Turk, due to compulsory military service with Turk in Asia, 65.

“Greek peasants”, 860.

Greenwich, Court removes to, 2, 8, 14, 248, 261, 278, 285;

silk manufactory started at, 291;

deaths from plague at, 463;

King goes to, 511,

entertains Venetian Ambassador at, with bear and bull baiting, 535;

King to set out on progress from, 548;

Queen at, 727,

for her health, 858,

“extremely fond of the air of that place,” 897;

the Queen at, 930,

returns from, with the King, 936;

the Court, goes to, 954.

Gregory XIII, Pope, his reformation of the Calendar;

its acceptance in Venice 761.

Grenoble, Marshal Lesdigiuères at, 828, 835.

Grimani, Marino, Doge of Venice, allusion to, by Sir Henry Wotton, 7.

Grisons, The, doubt as to the good faith of, a difficulty in the way of a league between France and Venice, 672

pledged to support the French against Spain, 694,

“ready to move at a nod from the King,” 818;

composition of the Pittag in, 820.

Gritti, Cecilia, daughter of Ser Vincenzo, wife of Henry Parvis, 381 note.

-, Pietro, son of Pietro, in Paris. going to England, 819;

meets Contarini in Brussels;

going to Holland and England, 836,

brings news from Holland to England, 858;

in Paris, aids Ambassador Foscarini in a free fight outside the Cathedral with the Spanish Ambassador, 905,

describes the affair in letter, 910.

Grol, Groll, mutiny of Germans at, 580;

fortifications of, 880.

Grolée de Meuillon, Louis de, Baron de Bressieux, at the English Court, 463.

Guadalez, Guadelaste, Marquis of. See Cardonne.

Guagnini, Signor Matteo, of Verona representations on behalf of, by Sir Henry Wotton to Venetian Cabinet, 7, 15, 20;

order of the Council of Ten, for relaxation of stringency of his imprisonment, 55;

documents in his case, 56.

Guaicum. See Trade.

Guelderland. See Gelderland.

Guglielmotti, “Vocabolario Maritimo e Militare” cited in notes to, 391, 691.

Guicciardini, Giacomo, Cavaliere, Secretary of the Grand Duke of Tuscany, Ambassador to England, mentioned, 811.

Guigni, Guidi, Cavaliere Vincenzo, Resident of the Grand Duke of Tuscany in France, reports overtures by his master to Spain, 283.

Guise, Duke of. See Lorraine, Charles de.

Gunderrot, Ghundrot, Sir Henry de, a Bohemian, Gentleman of the Privy Chamber, to take the “Premonition” to the Emperor and King Matthias, 527.

Gunpowder, trade in, 165.

Gunpowder Plot, efforts to prove the Earl of Northumberland's complicity in, 31;

Anthony Creswell's connexion with, 66, 77;

attack on Father Paul likened to, 85, 87;

first anniversary of, celebrated by King James, 117;

execution of suspected conspirator in, 237 note;

the Marquis Spinola's supposed cognizance of, 239;

allusion to, 400;

“hatched by the Society of Jesus,” 562, 706;

allusions to, 803, 949.