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Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 12, 1610-1613. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1905.

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Gabaleone, —, a banker, Auditor Fiscal of the Duke of Savoy, Agent of the Duke in England, p. ix, offers Wotton a bribe, 623,

acts for the Duke in marriage negotiations, 646 and note,

play on his name, 663;

progress of his negotiation, 667, 671, 672, 676, 686;

reports the death of the Prince of Wales, 702;

is dismissed with honours by King James, receives gift from Queen, &c., 710 and note;

reaches Paris, 721,

Turin, 733;

his gratitude to King James, 738;

writes to Wotton, 740;

to be sent back to England, 745, 784, 809, 829;

visits Gussoni, 761;

goes to Milan, 804;

leaves for England, to secure King's support in Duke's dispute with Mantua, 834;

acknowledges Foscarini's civilities, 837;

arrives in England;

received by the Queen-Regent in Paris, 847;

King James' representations to, 852;

to stay in England as Lieger;

“a very able, successful minister,” 855.

Gabriel, Nicolo, in command of galley, 627,

orders to, 636;

mentioned, 872.

Gaetano, Giovanni, Vicenzo, of Naples, his story of a plot against King James, 739, 743, 744, 746, 747, 748, 750, 751, 753, 754, 755, 769, 770, 771, 772, 773, 774, 776, 783, 786, 805, 810, 813.

Galamino, Augustin, Cardinal of St. Mary in Ara Cœli, 574.

Galearata, built by Sir Robert Dudley, 573, 580.

Gall nuts, Vallonia. See Trade.

Galleasse, Sir Robert Dudley building a, 436.

Galleys, Captain of the Venetian Great. See Pisani, Antonio;

Thiepolo, Paulo;

Venier.

Galliot, 872.

Gannazeri, Domenego, report by, on Barbary pirates, 488, 489.

Garabuse, 872.

Garda, Lake, p. xxx.

Gardiner's “History of England,” cited in notes to, 125, 347, 594.

Garnet, Henry, on “Equivocation,” 63;

“the miracle of his blood,” 85;

mentioned, 673.

Garter, Order of, insignia of Henry IV to be returned, 58;

suggested bestowal on the Duke of Savoy, 161, 179;

King holds chapter of;

admission to, of the Duke of York, the Earl of Arundel and Viscount Rochester, 217 and note 227,

their installation, 236;

knights of, serve the King at State banquet, 415;

to be conferred on Count Maurice, 540, 568, 662,

and the Palatine, 720,

the latter elected, 732,

sent to the former, 740, 767,

Spanish jealousy, 778;

robes of, to be worn on St. George's Day, 832.

Gatehouse, the, prisoner in, 614 note.

Gates, Sir Thomas, appointed Deputy Governor of Virginia, 235.

Gelderland, Guelders, meeting of State of, 491;

Dutch cavalry muster near, 833.

Geneva, Casaubon born at, 92;

under French protection, appeal by, to Holland and England, 183,

against Savoy, 186, 192, 199,

the Duke of Savoy's design on, 218;

questions between, and the Duke of Savoy, to be referred to King James, 623, 663, 667, 841;

arrest in, of partisans of the Duke 678;

the Duke appeals to, re Mantua, 840,

sends Parkhurst to, 842;

Parkhurst's declaration there, scandal created by it, in Paris, 854,

his proceedings at, 860.

Genoa, silk trade of, 220;

Sir Robert Dudley at, 263;

government of, 415;

Sassello filched from, by Spain, 430;

Genoese musician in England, 551, 640;

Lotti at, 563;

Villafranca a rival to, 646;

renegade Genoese, 757;

English reprisals against, sanctioned, 782.

Germany:

(1610), trade between, and England, interrupted, 3,

by Imperial Edict, in retaliation for English action in Cleves;

English Embassy to, 11, 12, 24, 32, 41, 54, 106.

“lower Germany,” near Cleves, “full of arms,” gates of cities closed, 24.

the “Congress of Cologne” designed to pacify, 68.

anxiety of Protestant Princes in, at Catholic armaments, the Bavarian League and Polish successes, 91.

post from, to Venice, 99, 100.

Juliers and Cleves unite, to the Low Countries, 112.

weakness of the Protestant Princes of, as shown in the affair of Juliers, 112,

due to their lack of money, 132.

German troops in the Milanese coming to the aid of the Catholics in;

a religious war in, threatened, 137, 151.

Election in, of a King of the Romans, designs of House of Austria, 137,

the candidature of the Archduke Albert, 267. See Romans, King of.

Catholic design to set Lutherans and Calvinists in, against each other, 151.

(1611), troops being raised in Flanders for service in, 164.

troubles in, prevent the Dutch from reducing their armaments, 172, 181, 217.

“all Germany” supplied with Levant goods from Marseilles, 276,

this trade secured by the Dutch, 383.

conflicts between Protestants and Catholics in cities of, 283.

(1612), death of the Emperor Rudolf;

English appeal to the Protestant Electors to take the Empire from the House of Austria, 418;

the election due in three months' time, 434,

will not be delayed by the death of the Elector of Cologne, 443.

the election of Matthias to the Empire assured;

the King of Denmark otherwise engaged, 443, 446, 460,

the Archduke Albert his only rival, 447, 473, 483, 524.

probable opposition in, to the elevation of the Grand Duke of Tuscany to the rank of King, 447.

during interregnum Imperial authority devolves on the Elector Palatine, by virtue of the Golden Bull, 452, 516.

reforms desired by Protestant Princes in, prior to the election of the Emperor;

all of them raising troops, 469;

reforms insisted on, 480, 491, 524, 758.

the Marquess Spinola to be sent to, 469, 480, 483.

Spanish resolve to keep the Imperial dignity in the House of Austria, 483,

the Elector of Saxony bribed, 498,

the vote of the Elector of Cologne justified, 503.

negotiations in England of the Archduke Albert and the King of Denmark touching elections of the King of the Romans and Emperor, 446;

the Archduke persists in his candidature, 491, 498.

no Ambassador to be sent from England to the Imperial Diet, 480,

Sir Henry Wotton to attend, 542, 551, 559.

access to, via the Grisons, secured by Spain, 520.

Prince of Modena to visit, 540, 548, 564.

King Matthias elected Emperor, 568,

by one vote, 585.

war with Turk desired in;

fear of aggrandizing the Emperor thereby, 659, 684, 709, 758, 795, 796, 802, 803, 811, 816, 822.

the Prince of Wales' design to visit, 692, 698,

his intrignes with, 714, 715.

Diet to be held in, to settle the affairs of the “Possessioners” and question of war with the Turks, 720;

question raised by Saxony and the Ecclesiastical Electors whether the Elector Palatine and the Elector of Brandenburg shall attend it, to discuss the reform of the Chamber of Speyers, 758, 767, 802;

Spanish designs at the Diet to be thwarted, 822, 826.

(1613), Turkish armaments directed against, 767, 782, 783;

Protestants advised by France to leave the defence of, to the Austrians, 811, 816, 843.

See also Hansa League;

Matthias;

Romans, King of;

Rudolf;

Union, the Evangelical.

-, Imperial Cities of, hold Diet, 491.

-, Princes of. See Union, the Evangelical.

Gibbon, “Decline and Fall,” &c., cited in note to, 63.

Gibbons, John, a Scot, plunders cargo of wine, arrested, but escapes;

Venetian action, 29, 111.

Gibraltar, Dutch design to seize, 305.

-, Straits of, Straits of Barbary, piracy in, 146, 151;

Dutch fleet to clear, of pirates, 342;

twenty-six pirate vessels in, 428, 492, 510;

mentioned, 781.

Gifford, —, at Leghorn, with ship, gives himself out as English officer, pp. xxxvii, xxxviii, 317,

“a villainous pirate,” 326.

-, John, physician, 691 and note.

Giustinian, Zorzi, ex-Ambassador to England, jealousy in England at his appointment to France, 9;

visits Viscount Cranborne in Venice, 103;

accredited to, France, represents cost of English and French Embassies as excessive, 191;

his story of English rebuff in Spain, 370;

instructed to enquire touching Catholic League, 474;

protest by, against French action in the Grisons, 513, 518, 520.

-, -, despatches from, to Doge and Senate, 185, 190, 191, 216, 218, 219, 231, 232, 244, 245, 252, 264, 275, 299, 300, 320, 336, 347, 360, 369, 370, 377, 378, 379, 391, 402, 413, 414, 423, 431, 441, 449, 450, 465, 466, 479, 490, 494, 495, 501, 513, 518, 552, 560, 575, 588, 589, 602, 616, 624, 625, 626, 641, 653, 662, 696, 697, 714, 715, 749, 763, 768, 793, 794, 826, 835, 854.

-, -, instructions to, 212, 474, 598, 617.

Glarenza, Clarentza, in the Morca, wreck of Ward's vessel off, p. xix, 120, 121, 135, 166.

Glover, Sir Thomas, English Ambassador in Turkey, a friend of Venice, reports scheme of Turkish attack on, ria Hungary, 32;

his intrigues in favour of Stephen “Bogdan,” p. xxxii, 134, 173,

counteracted by the King of Poland, 239, 318, 344, 368, 405;

takes renegade priest into his household, delivers him up for punishment to the Venetian Ambassador, p. xxxii, 240, 241, 242, 311, 322, 627;

inclined to oppose Dutch negotiation with the Turks, 273;

Pindar will succeed, 316;

dissatisfaction at home with his conduct;

Pindar sails, p. xxxiii, 371;

is to be sent prisoner to England;

charges against, 386 and note, 405;

his warm defence of Pindar against the insinuations of the French Ambassador, 444;

his friend, Stephen Bogdan, turns Turk, 445;

reports to the Turkey merchants from Patras, 668;

discusses Turkish affairs with the Grand Duke of Tuscany, 719;

in Paris, leaves without seeing King, the reason, 749;

arrives home, 758;

defends himself before the Council on charge of having had dealings with Spain, 767;

in the confidence of the Spanish Ambassador in England, 795, 801.

Golberi, castle of, taken by the Danes, 567,

its cession required from Sweden, 672.

Golden Bull of Charles IV, 452.

- Flecce, bestowed in Flanders, 833.

Goletta, pp. xviii, xix.

Gondi, Albert de, duc de Retz, private war between, and de Brisac, 353.

Gontaut, Jean de, Baron de Salagnac, French Ambassador in Turkey, success of his efforts to protect the Jesuits, 57;

his successor appointed, 232, 273.

Gontier, —, Jesuit, attacks the Huguenots, 232,

Parliament, 413.

Gonzaga, Charles, Duke of Nevers, his claims to estates in Cleves, 11;

desires leave of the Queen-Regent to fight the Turks in Transylvania, 802;

mentioned, 847.

-, Eleanor, wife of Vincent, Duke of Mantua, her death, 516.

-, Ferdinand, Cardinal, 413;

succeeds brother, Marchese Villa accredited to, 761;

his title to Montferrat disputed, 770 and note, 827, 834, 835;

desires to marry his brother's widow, 836, 856;

his revenue;

attacked by Savoy, 836, 839,

his negotiations with Milan for assistance;

Venetian aid for, 840;

case against, of the Duke of Savoy, 841;

taken unawares;

goes to Milan to meet the Prince of Piedmont, to arrange accommodation, 843,

appeals to the Governor of Milan to settle the dispute, 847.

-, Francesco IV, Duke of Mantua, sends Signor Carlo de Rossi as Ambassador Extraordinary to England, 501, 516, 529;

an enemy of Spain, 517;

desires that Carleton may be instructed to return Rossi's mission, 741, 770;

his death, following on the deaths of his parents and son, 758, 759, 770;

his brother proposes to marry his widow, 836, 856.

-, Margaret, the “Infanta Dowager,” widow of Francesco, Duke of Mantua, daughter of the Duke of Savoy, 804;

mentioned by Queen Anne, 821;

her brother-in-law, Duke Ferdinand, desires to marry, 836, 856;

deprived of the custody of her daughter by the Duke Ferdinand, 841;

towns to be held by Savoy, as security for her counter dower, 843.

-, Don Vicenzo, 759.

-, Vicenzo, Duke of Mantua and Montferrat, gentleman from, in England, to announce the birth of a son, 284, 296,

leaves, the Duke himself intends coming, 309;

a Mantuan match proposed to the Duke of Savoy, 391, 399,

“a daughter of Mantua,” 403;

his death, 516;

debts left by, 836.

Gorges, Sir Ferdinando, 296 note.

Goro, p. xxxviii, 534, 585.

Gothland, Kalmar its capital, 342;

Danish seheme to annex, 365,

Danes in possession of, 567;

returns to Swedish allegiance, 672;

Swedes require surrender by Danes of places in, 728.

Gottenburg, threatened by Danes, 372.

Gowrie plot, anniversary of, 34, and note, 296, 302, 309, 339, 612.

Grain. See Trade.

Granada, English Consul in, 398 note.

Grand Ecuyer of France. See Saint-Lary, Roger de.

Grand Marshal. See Poland.

Gratz, Graz, poverty of Austrian House of, 678, 822.

Grave, Governor of. See Sinischi.

Gravesend, Venetian Ambassador detained at, 253;

the Savoyard Ambassador, 372;

the Duke of Bouillon, 503,

the Dutch Ambassadors, 604,

the Palatine, at, 672, 680.

Greece, ancient dominion of Venice in, 415.

Greek Patriarch of Alexandria, 505.

Greenwich, the Prince of Wales sponsor for child of Earl of Argyll at;

illness at, of King, 68;

Queen at, dislikes air of, 125,

leaves, for fear of plague, 151,

returns to, 189, 200;

King receives Venetian Ambassadors at, 226, 234, 249;

Court at, 250, 254, 255, 258, 271,

Queen at, 400;

King and Queen at, with the Elector, 817;

the King at, 847, 852, 857.

Grimani, Monsignore, 579.

Grisons, the, at Pittag of the Three Leagues, decline, on French suggestion, to renew treaty with Venice, 513, 529, 539, 547, 563, 613, 709,

their action due to Spanish influence, 518,

contrary to the policy of the four great cantons, 520;

Venetian action, 598, 599, 654, 839.

Groningen, Anglo-Dutch Commission at, re Emden, 189.

Groot Hugo van, Grotius, Dutch Agent on special mission in England, with three others, 812, 816, 822, 833, 838, 848, 859.

Groti, —. See Grotti.

Grotius. See Groot, Hugo van.

Grotti, Groti, —, Secretary of the Archduke Albert in England, calls on Foscarini, 584, 585, 668.

Grumbach, Griembach. See Salm Grumbach.

Guadagni, —, Florentine, 429.

Guadaleste, Marquis of, Ambassador from the Emperor in Flanders, 347.

Guelders. See Gelderland.

Gugliemotti, “Vocabulario,” &c., cited in notes to, 458, 872.

“Guilolcei, Christofele,” English gentleman, from Constantinople, deposition by, at Zante, 279.

Guinea, Dutch ships taken off coast of, by Spanish, 221;

ship from, 302;

natives of, willing to obey English, 563.

Guise, Cardinal of, his bastard, 732 note.

-, Duke of. See Lorraine, Charles de.

-, House of, at the command of King James, 480.

Gulf, the, navigation of, disturbed by the Uscocks, 617.

Gunpowder Plot, conspirator in, arrested, 7, 12, 18, 30, 65, 81, 673;

allusion to, by the University of Paris, 63;

examination of, alleged conspirator in, 281 and note, 284, 296;

anniversary of, kept by King, 371;

alluded to, 764, 796.

Gurgutha, 75.

Gussoni, Andrea, Venetian Ambassador in France, his embassy not yet returned, in Savoy, 520.

-, -, despatches from, to Doge and Senate, 85, 109, 110.

-, Vicenzo, Venetian Ambassador in Savoy, Sir Henry Wotton confides in, 522,

and the Duke of Savoy, 537,

Wotton leaves without visiting, 557, 559;

visits English Agent, 713,

the visit returned, 745;

Gabaleone visits, 761;

given eight days to leave Turin by Duke, 840,

recalled, 842.

-, -, despatches from to Doge and Senate, 496, 500, 506, 515, 522, 523, 537, 542, 543, 551, 557, 559, 587, 607, 615, 623, 634, 640, 650, 652, 676, 688, 702, 713, 725, 730, 733, 738, 745, 761, 780, 784, 791, 797, 798, 804, 809, 818, 824, 825, 828, 829, 834.

Gustavus Adolphus, Prince of Sweden, candidate for the Princess Elizabeth of England, 34, 41;

succeeds father, his title disputed by the Duke John, his cousin, 387,

loved by the army, 404,

comes to agreement with Duke John, 409,

crowned, his popularity, 439;

advised to make peace on any terms with Denmark, in order to prepare for defence against Poland, 443,

treats for truce with Poland, 452;

refused leave to recruit in Holland;

Dutch Embassy to, to promote peace, 480;

desire to include, in Protestant Confederation, 491;

defeated at the battle of Wildsjo, 497,

nearly killed, 548, 567;

neglects to notify King James of his succession and coronation, 582;

inclined for peace, 591, 595;

defeats the Danes, 641,

and compels their retreat, 672;

the marriage of his sister to the King of Denmark suggested, 710;

reported election of his brother as Grand Duke of Muscovy, 721;

allies himself with certain Hanse Towns, proposes offensive war on Denmark;

successes of, on Russian frontier, 765;

terms of peace agreed to by, with the Danes, 789.