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Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 23, 1632-1636. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1921.

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Galasso. See Gallas, Count Matthias.

Galata [Constantinople, Turkey] :

convent of Sta Maria, 44.

French ambassador causes disturbance at, 44.

gales. See weather.

Galicia, Spain :

royal ship to take Aston to, 454.

gall nuts :

exported from Alexandretta, 449
-, English export from Levant, 461.

Gallas, Galasso, Count Matthias :

given command by emperor, 213
-, reported defeat by Bernard, 437.

Cardinal La Valette takes Bingen under nose of, 451.

retreat from Lorraine, 489.

Gallipoli, 124 :

English and Dutch ships fetch oil from, 353.

Garde des Sceaux. See Aubespine, Charles de l', marquis of Chateauneuf.

Garland :

preparing for sea, 207n, 214n.

Garraway, Sir Henry, governor of the Levant Co. :

Wyche does not report levy on merchants to, 273.

Garrin. See Goring, George, lord.

Garter, Order of the :

Palatine and Lennox chosen knights of, 102
-, sent to Prince Palatine, 122, 130, 137.

earls of Danby and Morton admitted, 162, 218
-, memorial ceremony for king of Sweden and Palatine, 167.

king entertains knights, 218.

of Gustavus Adolphus restored, 333
-, brought back by Skytte, 374, 376
-, ceremony of restoration, 381, 382.

knights follow Portland's body, 355.

Northumberland readmitted to, 382
-, sumptuous appearance at Windsor, 389.

Arundel notices indifference of Prince of Orange about, 557, 558.

Gaston, duke of Orleans, brother of Louis XIII, Monsieur :

1632 :

trouble with, 2
-, Valencay to help, 4
-, forces increasing, 5
-, Spanish help for, 6.

no cause to fear, 6
-, defeat of friends, 7
-, surrounded and unable to escape to Spain, 15.

accommodation with king, 13, 17, 19, 23, 27
-, severity to partisans of, 19.

reported effort of Savoy for, 16.

flees to Flanders, 33, 34, 37, 40, 43
-, expected at Brussels, 37.

may go to England, 40
-, England watching effect of return to Flanders, 47.

1633 :

Gerbier's report of, 63
-, Marquis St. Croix in England to ask help for, 78, 106.

French fear intrigues in England, 82
-, comment on designs of, 84, 85.

Chateauneuf suspected of understanding with, 83.

question of coming to England, 84
-, accomodation with king expected, 109, 116, 136.

sends Count of Mora to Spain, 87
-, Scaglia's approaches to thwarted, 109.

king will not deal with while in arms of Spaniards, 118
-, Henrietta wants mother included in agreement with, 136.

English think marriage cannot be annulled, 147
-, France means to annul, 157
-, Charles's views on marriage, 160.

Boutard to explain reasons for disapproval of marriage, 162, 174.

congratulations on birth of James, 169.

Spanish suspicions of, 175
-, queen believes reconciliation near, 176.

1634 :

considers marriage inviolable, 180, 189
-, Charles talks of marriage, 182
-, dissolution of marriage, 183, 189, 192.

frequent messengers to England, 189.

quarrel with queen mother, 189, 192, 201, 228.

regard shown for at Brussels, declares obligations to Philip, 195
-, cannot return without wife and security, 196.

consults theologians about marriage, 200
-, archbishop of Malines pronounces marriage indissoluble, 201.

new hopes of accomodation, 212
-, ambiguous position in Flanders, 225
-, little hope of accomodation, 228.

gentleman of arrested at Calais, 226, 237.

Richelieu hinders return to France, 228
-, cannot put up with Richelieu, 237.

treaty with Spaniards, 233, 237
-, likely to go with Spanish army, 239, 249, 252.

writes to England for help, 237
-, gentleman of sent to Spain, 248.

agreement with Aytona, 240, 248, 258, 261
-, expected back from army, 255.

English comment on action, 261, 262
-, Spaniards mean to keep hold on, 262.

Prince Tomaso raises levies for, 263, 269, 281
-, report that English troops landed for, 266
-, Irish levies for, 287.

no English understanding with, 272
-, San Germano to pay respects to, 277.

turns pale at news of Nordlingen, 281
-, Clausel acting in England for, 287.

Parliament of Paris declares marriage null, 284n
-, English opinion on dissolution of marriage, 301.

Spaniards pressing for levies for, 287, 288
-, Spaniards maltreat portrait, 302.

flees to France, 289
-, Venice wants English opinion on, 290
-, conference with Louis, 293.

made excuse for delay in answering England, 293, 298
-, sends in reply to English congratulations, 304
-, sending de Brion to England, 308.

suggested marriage to princess of Mantua, 308, 319.

1635 :

arrest of followers of, 336
-, title of, 486.

-, daughter of. See Anne Marie Louise.

-, favourite of. See Lage, Antoine de, sieur de Puylaurens.

-, Master of the horse of. See Daulphin.

Geneva [Switzerland] :

Fielding travels by, 305
-, Fielding interposes about dispute with Savoy, 310.

Genoa [Liguria, Italy] :

Weston proposes to travel by, 50
-, insists on quarantine, 54, 55.

Venetian jealousy of trade, 204, 205, 448.

French sink English ship off, 434.

English dispose of best of cargoes at, 448.

gentry :

commanded to live in country,38.

muster of, near London, on horseback, 407.

George II, landgrave of Hesse Darmstat, landgrave of Darmstat :

offers mediation, 72
-, Saxony would welcome mediation, 105.

threatened if does not supply corn due, 245.

George, duke of Luneburg :

Pappenheim saves Wolfenbuttel from, 14
-, victory of forces, 227
-, reported alliance with Hesse, 374
-, repudiates peace with emperor, 563.

George Frederick, margrave of Baden Durlach :

included in negotiations with Sweden, 546.

George Rudolph, duke of Liegnitz, duke of Lignaz :

two sons of, in England, 23.

George William, margrave of Brandenburg, elector of Brandenburg :

will not make peace without including Palatine, 95
-, recognition of Palatine Administrator, 108.

to be informed of negotiations of Arnheim, 122
-, inclined to make terms with imperialists, 128
-, hopes that may not be won over, 130.

Anstruther to treat with, 136
-, English suspicions of fidelity, 151
-, assurances to allies, 175, 202.

reported defeat, 162
-, reports diet on truce between Poland and Sweden, 210.

makes peace with emperor, 306.

sends to dissuade Saxony from peace with emperor, 372.

Gerbier, Balthasar, English Agent at Brussels :

1632 :

reports approach to Liege about supplying Dutch, 2
-, reports on Maastricht and disorder in Flanders, 4, 8, 11, 12.

reports answer to Infanta's deputies, 15
-, reports on negotiations with Dutch, 37.

special courier sent by alarms Fontenay, 40
-, goes to see queen mother at Antwerp, 54n.

1633 :

reports on negotiations with Dutch, 56, 71, 78, 131
-, reports about Monsieur,63, 84.

announces Marquis of Ste. Croix, 77n
-, in England, reports state of Flanders, 109.

to return to Brussels with letters to queen mother, 116.

reports Spanish anxiety to recover Pernambuco, 128
-, reports inactivity of armies, 135.

reports anxiety of Court at proximity of Dutch, 141
-, reports armies facing each other, 151
-, to congratulate Monsieur on marriage, 157.

reports effect of fall of Ratisbon, 168
-, reports members of Regency, 174n.

1634 :

reports kindness to queen mother, 180
-, reports queen mother's desire for reconciliation, 192.

reports Spanish military preparations, 189.

reports arrest of Flemish notables, 218
-, accused of complicity with malcontents, 233.

reports Scaglia's influence with Prince Tomaso, 220
-, Pergami takes letters to Coke, 239.

represents difficulties in way of Cardinal Infant, 222.

reports accomodation with Monsieur unlikely, 228
-, reports agreement between Monsieur and Aytona, 240.

letters intercepted at Calais, 233.

excessive demonstrations at Cardinal's entry into Brussels, 297.

1635 :

memorials quoted, 351n, 352n.

to remonstrate at seizure of tobacco by Dunkirkers, 352
-, to remonstrate about seizure of ships, 433.

in London with letters, 403.

reports siege of Louvain raised, 425.

1636 :

to dissuade queen mother from coming to England, 513.

to remonstrate with Cardinal Infant about seizure of Robert, 524.

reports conference of Radolti with Cardinal Infant, 554.

Germany, 6, 22, 546 :

Hamilton's force in, 86
-, disinterested aims of Gustavus Adolphus in, 555.

1632 :

intentions of France in, 2, 7
-, English jealousy of French arms in, 4, 8.

Swedish successes in, 10
-, Pappenheim returns to, 14.

use of Palatinate to Spaniards for, 13
-, Regent Villam going to, 23.

English watching affairs in, 26
-, war intensifying in, 28
-, Fleming instructed to watch events in, 34.

Spanish attitude to Dutch truces will follow events in, 37.

changes likely from death of Gustavus, 42
-, England awaiting events in, 45.

Rota going to, 45
-, Charles asks for news of, 51.

English policy in after Leipsig, 49, 51, 52
-, English interest in French policy in, 52.

1633 : 81, 161, 166.

French meant to continue assistance in, 59, 62, 165.

Anstruther leaving for, 62, 73, 134
-, Cardinal Infant taking money for needs of, 63.

Anstruther's policy for, 66, 67
-, Dutch urge vigorous intervention in, 69
-, Dutch reply to English ambassadors on, 70.

differences with Swedes, 67
-, report of peace negotiations in, 72.

bad reputation of England in, 71
-, English treating with Dutch about, 73, 74
-, English desire Dutch cooperation in, 77
-, truce will enable Dutch to help in, 102.

Oxenstierna wants England to declare about, 83, 85
-, Kolb well informed about, 86.

efforts of Venice for, 88, 101, 109
-, peace negotiations in, 89, 91, 92, 95, 101, 105
-, no results expected from, 96.

English desire French co-operation in, 89, 91, 99
-, undesirability of French establishing themselves in, 90.

Weston considers peace in remote, 90
-, English assurances to Swedes about, 92.

Oxenstierna's policy gives satisfaction in, 94
-, Oxenstierna unites the four circles, 105.

Cardinal Infant's movements will be guided by events in, 97.

letters of exchange on, 99
-, English promise money to, 108.

restoration of Palatinate necessary for peace of, 101 : Danish interposition in, 104.

Charles remarks on Spanish activity in, 105
-, but hopeful, 106.

Poland offers interposition in, 106, 107
-, peace negotiations cooling, 111
-, prospects of war greater, 112.

peace in necessary for security of Palatine house 115
-, Cottington's opinion about peace negotiations, 118.

Spaniards uncertain where advantage lies in, 119.

English sceptical of peace in, 126, 141, 143
-, Zawadsky to treat for peace in, 123.

Feria to make great effort in, 126
-, English fears of Feria in, 142, 147
-, Feria reaches, 145, 148, 162.

hopes from Danish intervention in, 128, 143, 149, 151.

Anstruther to treat with Saxony about, 130
-, Charles discusses with Gussoni, 133.

England wants to have share in peace, 136
-, Anstruther sends report on, 137.

Dutch Spanish truce would injure, 139
-, Dutch concern for, 169.

difficulty of removing Anstruther from, 145, 151
-, English opinion of situation, 147, 153, 179.

French punctilio about Anstruther's mission to, 157, 195.

Curtius reports conditions in, 170.

Spaniards march into, 174, 177.

Joachimi to move England to action in, 175, 179.

French overtures for co-operation in, 177.

mission of Feuquieres to, 177.

1634 :

jealous of French ambition, 180
-, French have little hope of English co-operation in, 183, 191.

Charles discusses with Gussoni, 181, 182.

united efforts to obtain English help for, 186
-, English complain of not responding to embassies, 187
-, ambassador expected from, 194.

proposal to send Palatine into, Charles against, 187, 210.

French moving to assist, 196
-, English watch French progress in with jealousy, 197, 200, 215, 274, 282.

Coke's opinion of French action in, 197, 198
-, Coke's views on, 209.

peace negotiations pursued in, 202
-, English offer to Spain for peace in, 208.

Dutch criticise English inaction in, 203
-, Dutch subsidies for, 211.

object to Swedish levies in England, 204
-, Oxenstierna to raise English levy for, 206, 210.

Polish success against Muscovites may harm, 210.

Oxenstierna gives up hope of English contributions for, 216
-, Oxenstierna returning to, 218.

English advertise services to, 219
-, no sign of England co-operating for, 221.

French fear understanding between England and Sweden in, 225, 226.

Oxenstierna urges Dutch help for, 229
-, princes scandalised at English neglect of, 231.

death of Bavaria may change aspect of affairs in, 230
-, Necolalde loses despatches to, 245.

gentleman of, employed by Coke on affairs of empire, 232
-, Douglas to act for, 233.

Oxenstierna represents need of support, 234.

coming campaign in likely to be very bloody, 240
-, route of Cardinal Infant thro', 245, 246.

importance of Sweden Poland truce to, 251, 254.

possible help to Dutch from, 258
-, England may help without France, 291.

Spaniards use Monsieur to divert French attention from, 262.

Hispanophiles sanguine of recovering, 262
-, and threaten France, 284.

forced by exhaustion to look for foreign help, 278, 279
-, French profit by misfortunes of Swedes in, 283.

Council shows Charles impossibility of helping, 283
-, danger to England of Spanish successes in, 287.

Galeazzo Gualdo on way to, 284
-, Venice wishes to know English attitude to, 290.

Charles asks for French reply about, 293
-, Anstruther needed for affairs of, 295
-, Charles gives no thought to, 301.

force of, raised by French, 307.

1635 :

protest against attack on liberty of, 318
-, France explains entry of troops into, 322.

Prince Tomaso to take army to, 319
-, Oxenstierna leaving, 360.

French negotiations with England to keep up hope in, 327
-, articles between French and Dutch touching, 328, 329.

Swedish envoy to watch England's attitude to, 333, English alarm at turn of affairs in, 338.

capture of Philipsburg may bring war to end, 340
-, Joachimi magnifies Austrain successes in, 356.

Senneterre to urge alliance with some of princes, 347
-, likely to keep both sides busy, 359.

England's policy of balance of power with, 363.

Anstruther to inform Princess Palatine of state of affairs in, 374
-, Skytte to treat about, 376.

Correr urges need of help in, 378
-, Hepburn returns to, 382
-, force cut up by Hepburn, 393.

Anstruther's report on, affairs much discussed, 384
-, Lorraine's suggestion for help to, 400.

Cardinal Infant receives reinforcements from, 410.

no present need for Spain to divert England from, 430.

mission to, against Prague treaty, 435, 454
-, interest of England to check imperialists in, 443.

envoy of Queen Mother goes to, 455
-, proposal to give Palatines establishment in, 457, 479.

English supply St.Chaumont with ship to, 459.

Venice calls attention of Charles to state of, 480
-, Brett served under Hamilton in, 496.

gentlemen in Palatine's suite killed by salute, 483.

proposal to send Rusdorf to, 491.

Spain requires French to give up fortresses in, 493.

1636 :

emperor prospering in, 498
-, England waiting for replies from, 511
-, mission of Arundel to, 539.

Danish ministers in to be asked to act in concert with English, 547.

Sweden will not make peace which does not include princes, 554.

Radolti speaks of deplorable state of, 562.

Germany :

news from, 5, 8, 10, 14, 18, 23, 27, 34, 40, 59, 128, 158, 162, 167, 184, 274, 343, 360, 436, 445, 447, 534, 535, 550.

difficulties of communications through, 60.

England has slight political relations with Catholic princes of, 369.

princes of (Protestant). See Union, Princes of the.

-, Low, colonists from for Istria, 305.

Ghent [East Flanders, Belgium] :

Queen Mother going to, 37
-, she meets Monsieur at, 40
-, Queen Mother at, 106.

Dutch levy contributions round, 153.

-, first echevin of. See Blajere, William de.

Ghent, Colonel, 33 :

Ghisa, count of. See Gramont, Antoine de, count of Guiche.

Giar, Giarsin, chevalier de. See Rochechouart, Franois de, commander de Gars.

Gibbons, Giben, Gibon, (), secretary of Portland :

fined for cutting down trees in forest of Dene, 264
-, Portland dismisses, 293.

Giustinian, Giovanni, Venetian Ambassador in Spain :

despatches to the Senate, 357, 375, 429, 438, 442, 445, 457, 70, 493, 496, 500, 530, 537, 551, 563, 568.

report quoted, 541.

Giustinian, Orsato, Savio alla Mercanzia, 139.

glass, crystal :

Fielding sends from Venice to king and Arundel, 419.

Gluckstadt [Holstein, Germany] :

Denmark's son returns to, 136
-, Anstruther meets king of Denmark at, 149, 176.

Goelso, Pasqual :

intercepted letter to, 243.

goldsmiths :

will not give credit to Treasurer, 262.

Gombroon, East Indies :

agents at complain of quality of cloth, 65n.

Gonzaga, Anna, Princess of Stigliano :

marriage to Duke of Medina Las Torres, 126
-, Charles asks about, 133.

-, Charles I, duke of Mantua :

proposed marriage to son's widow, 154, 160.

reported offer of Italian dominions to France, 296, 303, 308.

reports about movements, 308
-, no confirmation of journey to Paris, 318
-, Charles asks about, 319.

efforts of Venice to re-establish, 340.

-, Francis IV, duke of Mantua, 530n.

-, Mary, daughter of Francis IV, duke of Mantua, widow of Charles II, duke of Mantua :

proposed marriage to father in law, 154
-, proposed marriage to Cardinal Infant, 155.

-, Mary, daughter of Charles I, duke of Mantua :

suggested marriage to Monsieur, 308, 319.

Gordon, Francis, English Agent to Poland :

brings Poland's thanks for mediation with Sweden, 425
-, reports desire of Poland to be on good terms with Sweden, 444.

has credentials from king of Poland, 425, 444
-, fresh instructions to thank Charles for peace, 466.

returning as agent, his report for king, 460
-, forwards king of Poland's letter, 498n.

asserts Poland's desire to marry Princess Elizabeth, 504, 547
-, reports settlement between king and estates about marriage, 532.

to accompany Zawadski to England, 547
-, starts, 560
-, arrives at Hague, 563
-, leaves for London, 564.

Gordon, George, first marquis of Huntly, 2n.

-, George lord, M. Gurdon :

commands company of Scots in France, 2
-, Pougny asks recruits for, 280.

-, -, brother of, in England for recruits, 280.

-, John :

made viscount Kenmure, 123n.

Gorges, Gorge, Sir Alfonso :

to command expedition to expel Dutch from New England, 355
-, will take some of ships equipped with him, 360
-, ships to remain with the rest, 388.

Goring, George lord, Garrin, Gorin, Gorrin, master of horse to the Queen :

race with queen on Thames, 127.

Nethersole writes insulting letter to, 138
-, reconciled with Nethersole, 140.

sent to France to announce birth of James, 161.

entertains Savoy ambassador, 275
-, presents him with hackneys, 278.

Gosselin, Isaac, lieutenant of the Petite Marthe :

convicted of piracy and sentenced, 493n.

Gournay, Henry de, comte de Marcheville, Marchevile, French ambassador at the Porte :

demonstration against Bailo, 44, 68, 70, 85, 94
-, quarrel with Picardiera, 154, 155, 180.

boastfulness excites rivalry of Wyche, 163
-, cause of trouble at Porte, 201, 273
-, forced to demolish chapel, 212.

Gozo, island near Malta :

fight with Algerians off, 128.

Grace of Weymouth :

plundered by French at Hastings, 479n, 493n.

Graham, William, earl of Menteith and Strathearn, earl of Stratern, earl of Montil, President of the Council, Scotland :

in disgrace, 125
-, made earl of Airth, 126n
-, renounces title of Strathearn, 127.

Gramazzi, John, servant of Correr :

kills man in brawl and flees, 438, 447.

Gramont, Antoine de, count of Guiche, Ghisa :

marriage to Mlle. du Plessis Chivrai, 308n
-, unexpected mission to Calais, 326.

Grandison, viscount. See Villiers, William.

Graswinckel, Grasvinghel, Theodor :

Dutch government employ to answer "Mare Clausum," 561, 567.

Gravelines [Nord, France] :

Cardinal Infant goes to inspect, 326.

Gravesend, co. Kent, 365 :

Oxenstierna escorted to, 240
-, Marquis of San Germano arrives at, 257
-, fetched from, 259.

Senneterre met at, 353.

Great Britain :

proposed alliance with Austria and Savoy, 260.

-, king of. See Charles I
-, James I.

-, queen of. See Anne
-, Henrietta Maria.

Greeks, 129.

Greenwich, co. Kent :

queen staying at, 108, 116
-, Charles arrives at, 132n.

king and queen go to, 220, 386, 389, 400
-, Weston received into favour at, 223.

Oxenstierna visits king at, 227, 231, 234.

Correr fetched from, 296, 297.

Queen's House or House of delight at, 386, 387.

Council go to king at, 404
-, Cize goes to king at, 406.

queen to pass summer at, 412.

outbreak of plague at, 480 : Court avoids because of plague, 530.

Greswell, Gresuel, Grizol, Grissol, Richard, merchant :

report of Five Savii on petition, 138.

sentenced at Zante, petition, 427.

sentenced at Cephalonia petition, 428.

Fielding appeals for, Senate's reply, 521.

Grey Eagle of Amsterdam :

recovered by English from Biscayans, 135n.

Grey Horse of Flushing :

taken by Pennington on charge of piracy, 503n.

Grimani, Zuane, Savio alla Mercanzia, 345.

Grisons bund :

imperialists drive out Bormio, 431.

Grissol. See Greswell.

Gritti, Piero, Venetian Consul at Aleppo, 41, 58, 64 :

despatches to Senate, 3, 75, 165.

Grizol. See Greswell.

Grobendonck, count of. See Schets Anthony.

Grotius, Hugo :

author of Mare Liberum, 535, 540.

said to be writing reply to Mare Clausum, 535.

ambassador of Sweden in France, 535.

interview with Richelieu about alliance, 560.

Gualdo Priorato, Count Galeazzo :

Correr travels in company of, 284.

Guavers Lake near Penzance, co. Cornwall :

Spanish prize at, 326n.

Guernsey, Channel Islands :

de Vic has leave to go to, 266n.

Guevara, Don Ninigo de, Count of Oate, Ognat, Ognati, Spanish ambassador to the emperor :

speculation about mission, 96
-, Necolalde writes to, about Taylor, 439n.

curt reception of Taylor, 485
-, expresses disdain at Palatine pretensions and Taylor's boastings, 502, 503.

suggests sending envoy to England, 514
-, son staying with, 535.

all instructions about Palatinate sent to, 551, 563, 568.

Guevara, Inigo Velez de, count of Oate and Villa Mediana, Spanish ambassador designate to England :

hopes based on coming, 494
-, little idea of coming, 503, 535
-, not arrived, 553.

Necolalde asks for ships to escort, 518, 535
-, ships sent for, 546
-, Victory arrives for, 568.

Arundel to leave before arrival, 541
-, Vienna waiting for arrival in England, 563
-, great hopes from negotiations, 568.

Guiche, count of. See Gramont, Antoine de.

Guienne, [France] :

Louis returning by way of, 19
-, fresh rising in, 421, 422.

Gulf, the. See Adriatic.

gunpowder, powder :

Cisa asks leave to export for Savoy, 555
-, refused, 572.

Gnther, Frederick, Danish Agent in the Netherlands :

takes settlement with Hamburg to king, 70.

Gurdon. See Gordon, George lord.

Guron, Gurron, the sieur de :

sent to treat with the duke of Lorraine, 2
-, mission excites comment, 120
-, mission not successful, 126.

proposed ambassador to England, 103
-, coming depends on Anstruther's movements, 110, 111, 120, 157.

report of coming to England dies away, 133, 134
-, efforts to bring to England, 136.

no news from queen's almonef about, 145
-, nothing said or coming to England, 160, 195.

Boutard sent before, 161, 167
-, Pougny appointed in place of, 212.

Gussoni, Vicenzo, Venetian Ambassador in England, 225 :

despatches to the Senate, 1, 4, 5, 7, 10, 11, 13, 15, 16, 18, 22, 26, 32, 33, 37, 39, 41, 45, 49, 51, 55, 59, 62, 63, 69, 71, 73, 76, 77, 79, 82, 84, 86, 89, 91, 95, 96, 98, 101, 103, 105, 107, 110, 111, 113-115, 117, 119, 122, 125, 127, 130, 131, 134, 137, 139, 141, 142, 144, 147, 148, 151, 153, 155, 157, 159, 161, 164, 166, 168, 170, 173, 175, 177, 179, 181, 182, 186, 189, 191, 194, 195, 197, 199, 202, 206, 207, 208, 211, 213, 216, 217.

1632 :

rank conferred on, 8
-, sees king on return to London, 10.

interview with Weston, 11, 12.

takes first place at lord mayor's show, 28
-, unwilling to go to Scotland, 53.

sees Charles on recovery, condolences about Palatine, 51.

1633 :

instructions about journey to Scotland, 76
-, congratulates Treasurer on earldom, 80.

entertains young Oxenstierna, 81
-, interview with Treasurer, 89, 90.

does not propose to follow king to Scotland, 103
-, letter of Biondi to, 150.

raises question of Engilsh ambassador to Venice, 104, 106, 110, 164.

only ambassador left in England, 106
-, conversation with Windebank, 115, 116.

negotiations with anchor makers, 114.

action on Savoy's claims to royal title, 113, 116.

Soubise calls on, 118
-, complimentary audience of king on return, 132, 133.

efforts to encourage good will between English and Dutch, 152, 154, 156, 170.

audience of king, talk of marriages, 155, 160
-, celebrates birth of James, 157
-, offers congratulations, 159.

attends Lord Mayor's show, 163
-, asks leave to return, 170, 178.

1634 : 190, 203, 218.

asks leave to return, 179
-, Senate ballots for successor, 185, 186
-, leave to return, 186, 188, 193.

incites Boutard to action for Germany, 192
-, conversations with Coke, 197, 198, 212.

king and queen notified of recall, 193
-, tells Coke of appointment of successor, 198.

tries to smooth asperities between English and Dutch, 200.

preparations for leave taking, 207, 208
-, formal leave taking, knighted, 211
-, pays respects to royal children, 213
-, letters of king and queen to doge for, 215.

tries to get successor appointed for Carey, 213, 216, 243.

detained by bad weather, 217, 219
-, regret at departure, 219.

papers handed to Correr, 291
-, allowed to keep king's present of plate, 370.

reference to Polish Palatine match, 532n.

communications with Corner, 21.

-, -, Contarini, 32, 37, 52, 55, 74.

communications with Soranzo, 16, 78, 100.

relation of England, 361-370.

Gustavus Adolphus, king of Sweden, 7, 27 :

English suspect intentions about Palatinate, 3
-, Palatine's sole hope, 6.

Oxisterna to join, 5
-, Palatine goes to, 11.

failure of Vane's negotiations with, 9, 12, 20, 77
-, Charles surprised at treatment by, 14
-, accused of slighting England, 22, 27.

anxiety felt about, 14.

Hamilton has patents of, to levy troops in England, 19
-, received lump sum from England, 45.

movement against emperor, 28
-, killed at Leipsig, 41, 42, 45, 47.

mourning for, 42
-, effects of death, 49, 51, 52, 57
-, impetus still felt, 56.

reported secret contribution of England to, 66, 76
-, denied, 68.

Hepburn served under, 92n, 290
-, condolences on death, 131.

garter celebration in memory of, 167
-, Garter restored, 333, 381, 382
-, Charles expresses grief at loss, 382.

not guided by selfish interests in invading Germany, 554, 555.

Bavaria claims compensation from Palatines for losses inflicted by, 566.

Guzman, Gaspar de, Count of Olivares, the Count Duke :

Rota sees, 21
-, reply to nuncio who objects to English negotiations, 357, 358.

assures Schomberg nothing in English match, 430.

blandishments to Hopton about Palatinate, 438, 457.

sends gentleman to England, 500.

Guzman, Philip Ramirez de, duke of Medina Las Torres, Spanish Viceroy of Naples :

marriage to Princess of Stigliano, 126, 133
-, asked for troops to protect Milanese, 253.