Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 24, 1636-1639. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1923.
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Gage, Henry, Colonel :
wants to raise English levies for Spanish service, 385
-, Bellievre may thwart, 386.
Galata, Constantinople :
Bailo confined to house at, 476.
despatches dated at, 501, 544.
Galen, Jan van, captain of the Black Bull :
taken by Northumberland, 6n.
gales. See weather.
Galicia [Spain] :
alarmed by French fleet 23
-, Dunkirk fleet to fetch troops from, for Flanders, 380.
Gallas, Count Matthias, imperialist general :
Baner escapes toils, 252n
-, joins forces with Saxony, 314.
Swedish success against, 315, 354
-, Oate reports victorious, 354.
Count Curzio sent to observe, 356
-, master in Pomerania, 364.
near Hamburg, means to winter in Holstein, 373
-, Denmark prepares to resist, 374
-, forces dwindling, 422.
Gamba di Pallo. See Jol, Cornelius.
Gardiner, Gardenar, John, master of the Golden Fleece :
going to Ragusa, 329.
Garland, king's ship :
in commission for winter, 63n.
Garrad, William :
letter quoted, 371n.
Garraway, Henry, governor of the Levant Company :
friendly to Venice, 362
-, tells Zonca of appointment of consul for Zante, 402
-, asks for concessions to encourage trade with Venice, 402.
conferred on Frederick II, king of Denmark, 159n.
ceremony of knights, at Windsor, 288
-, Correr's leave taking delayed by, 289.
to be conferred on Prince of Wales, 288, 404, 416
-, installed, 418.
knights of only attend ambassadors who are knights, 338, 416
-, celebrations at Windsor, 585.
Gascony, France :
governor of. See Grammont, Antoine de.
Gaston, duke of Orleans, Monsieur :
Bouthillier leaves for army of, 71
-, leaves Court, 106
-, retires to Blois, 107n.
expected in London, 107, 109
-, Charles dissapproves of act, 123.
ugly aspect of troubles with, 130
-, proposed coalition against France with, 277.
does not cover before king, 366
-, addressed as vous, 380.
-, daughter of. See Anne Marie Louise, duchess of Montpensier.
Gatwood, Gotoard, Richard, English merchant :
suit against Persian merchant, 25, 34
-, suggested proceedings against at Venice, 26, 34.
Correr complains of to king, 34
-, wins case, insolence, 39, 40
-, arrest ordered, disappears, 40, 83.
-, -, Michael, brother of :
residing at Venice, 25, 40
-, suggested proceedings against, 26, 34.
Gaudar ben Abdala, ambassador of Morocco to England, 360 :
brings thanks and present, 316
-, reception, 316, 322, 323, 349.
English merchant to go back with, 327.
offers attack on Spain, 332
-, drops offer of alliance, 354.
entertainment at Court, 354
-, takes leave of king, 393, 400.
suggests attack on Algiers, 377
-, asks for second ship as escort, 400.
departure delayed by fault of merchants, 405
-, leaves, presents, 417.
Gazettes, of France, 47.
Gebhard, Dr Justus, reichshofrath, II Ghibardi :
commissioner to treat with Arundel, 17.
Geneva [Switzerland] :
Palatine takes bills on merchants of, 584.
Genoa [Liguria, Italy] :
Golden Fleece sailing to, 329, 346
-, Rainbow sailing for, 436.
Franco threatens reprisals at, 416.
orders to purchase warships in England, 501
-, Senate wishes to know about, 509.
gentry. See nobility, English.
George, merchantman :
letters of marque granted to, 427n.
George Bonaventura, merchantman :
exports currants from Zante, 452.
George II, landgrave of Hesse Darmstadt, landgrave of Darmstat, Ermestat :
obtains part of Palatine's dominions, 306
-, brother of, in England, 404, 408.
George William, margrave of Brandenburg, elector of Brandenburg :
claims to Pomerania, 173
-, opposed ban and transfer of electorate, 306
-, accepted position as too weak to resist, 306.
will bear losses from Swedish forces, 314
-, appeals for English help about Pomerania, 337
-, Charles not favourably disposed to, 338.
Gerbier, Balthasar, English Resident at Brussels :
to stop queen mother coming, 264
-, reports queen mother's intention to come, 275.
wrongly reports death of Prince Tomaso, 274
-, reports Tomaso's move at news of brother's death, 316.
Coke writes to about Monsigot, 278n
-, declares queen mother will not go without permission, 281.
report on Spanish fleet, 363
-, reports troops expected from Germany, 374.
in England, 457
-, negotiations kept secret, returning, 459
-, feared ruin from queen mother, knighted, 460.
memorial about Providence, 490n
-, to remonstrate about seizure of fishing ships, 512.
minister will be sent to assist with Palatine business, 552
-, letter of Windebank to, 589n.
sends about restitution of captured ships, 559
-, remonstrance about outrages on fishermen, 584.
German, Germano. See Jermyn.
German Ocean. See North Sea.
Germany, the empire, 486 :
Palatine's restoration bound up with peace of, 21
-, harm done by Palatine in, 65.
invasion by Gustavus Adolphus, 193, 337, 338.
matters concerning may not be settled outside, 209.
parliament resembles diets of, 297
-, plan to bring troops from to quell English, 298
-, laws of touching electors, 305, 306
-, Scots serving in, 364, 373,
news from, 36, 142, 224, 228, 243, 249, 251, 255, 264, 343.
Denmark's interposition for peace in, 2
-, French waiting to hear result of Taylor's negotiations in, 5.
idea that Palatine should marry princess of, 9.
Arundel should have gone to, to prevent diet, 16
-, Arundel to stay on in, 84, 91, 103, 113
-, Arundel's treatment in, 224.
Beveren asks Correr for advices from, 33.
Senneterre draws dark picture of state of, 54
-, Oate rules in more than emperor, 111.
hope of joint action in favour of princes of, 71, 72, 76
-, English policy for restoration of liberty, 73, 76.
idea of including Lorraine among princes of in settlement, 82
-, terms proposed in, 182.
France not to make peace till princes reinstated, 95
-, France to keep up force in, 101.
change in with success of Swedes over Saxons, 100.
Ferdinand elected contrary to laws of, 129.
French promise vigorous assistance in, 131
-, Prince Rupert to lead army in, 145, 147, 155, 161
-, plan abandoned, 184, 294.
Charles refers to restoration of dispossessed princes, 133
-, England demands retoration, 180.
England talks of supporting Swedes in, 147, 148
-, danger of Swedes withdrawing from, 167.
Beveren appeals to Charles for, 167
-, uncertain if Ferdinand's election will be accepted in, 172
-, emperor's death likely to cause disturbances in, 182.
English force for, under French treaty, 192, 199
-, English levies for Swedes little use in, 215.
coalition to expel Swedes from, 194.
Palatine urged to proceed to, 219, 227
-, reported gone to, 259
-, Palatine preparing strong army to enter, 287.
not interest of Dutch to break with, 245, 255.
French insist on admission of princes and towns to congress, 247, 270
-, passports refused to Protestant princes, 254.
England may help enemies covertly, 253
-, will supply army for Palatine in, 262
-, Venetian ambassadors arrived in, 264.
Spaniards hope to exclude Protestant princes by congress at Rome, 274n
-, princes invited to congress, 275.
Anglo French alliance to succour oppressed princes, 275
-, towns would be delighted at work of congress, 284.
emperor contemplates ruin of Protestant princes of, 306
-, Anglo French alliance to reinstate all princes of, 346.
Bavaria given territory to prevent co-operation with Dutch, 306.
things going badly in, 314
-, Windebank talks of affairs, 322.
hostile to France, 372
-, Leslie taking levy of Scots to, 373.
Melo arranges in for Spanish paid army, 374
-, Roe well versed in affairs of, 405.
Palatine prepares to enter with army, 393, 394, 419
-, English nobility going to join, 398.
convenience of Venice for trade with, 402
-, Swedish arrangements for war in, 403
-, Swedish troops embarked for, 422.
no peace for till Palatine and Bavaria reconciled, 417
-, Egmont to travel in, 430.
formula for allies in about Palatine's passports, 486
-, French demand that all princes of shall attend congress, 487.
English union with Austria to liberate from French, 503.
Cardinal Infant offers king 4000 horse against Scots, 545.
Leslie offers army to serve Palatine in, 554
-, Palatine hopes ministers will insist on fighting under compatriot, 572
-, Palatine going to, 576, 577
-, French suspicious of Palatine's intentions in, 591, 597.
Venetian instructions to representatives in, 145.
Protector of. See Dietrichstein, Francis prince of, Cardinal.
Protestant princes of
-, princes of the party :
Roe has credentials for, 412
-, Louis asked to get passports for, to congress, 465
-, Roe to treat with at Hamburg about Palatine, 484 , passports for congress, 489.
Charles does not want to rouse suspicions, by Brussels negotiations, 543
-, Curtius sent as English minister to, 600.
Germas, Germen. See Jermyn.
Ghibardi. See Gebhard.
Ghimene. See Rohan, Louis de, Prince of Guemen.
Giannoncello, Guiseppe, of Castro :
Fielding appeals to Collegio for, 482.
Gibbes, Thomas, master of the Sarah of London :
arrested for trying to avoid payment of duties, 113n.
Gibraltar, Strait of, the Strait :
French fleet sails for, 23
-, and captures pirates in, 82
-, composition with Salee will render safer, 282.
Gidea Hall near Romford, co. Essex :
king takes queen mother to, 468n.
Ginetti, Marco, Cardinal deacon of S. Maria Nova, papal legate to the conference at Cologne :
difficulties considered insuperable, 38
-, reception in Venetian territory, 78.
difficulty of Arundel treating with, 84, 156
-, will not treat with Protestant ministers, 172.
Gioachimi. See Joachimi.
Girardo, Giulio :
office with Fielding, on departure, 383.
Giustinian, Gerolamo, Geronimo :
accompanies brother to England, 432
-, presented to king, 473.
Giustinian, Gieronimo, Venetian Ambassador at the Hague, 578 :
despatches to the Senate, 328, 374, 408, 414, 415, 422, 431, 437, 456, 461, 464, 467, 475, 507, 517, 537, 543, 547, 549, 550, 554-556, 566-568, 576, 578, 580, 582, 583, 585, 587, 590, 591, 593, 594, 597, 601, 604.
negotiations with Graswinckel about book against Mare Clausum, 408, 414, 431.
communication with Giovanni Giustinian, 565.
Giustinian, Zustignan, Giovanni, Venetian Ambassador in Spain :
despatches to Senate, 116, 154, 163, 178, 257, 279, 285, 295, 320, 328, 341, 349, 353, 357, 366, 372, 399, 401.
reports orders to Oate to recognise Venetian ministers, 92
-, chosen as ambassador to England, Charles informed, 128.
reports regret at Oate's behaviour, 131
-, report on reciprocal treatment, 212, 220, 228.
communications with Correr, 33, 220.
Giustinian, Giovanni, Venetian Ambassador in England, 360, 432, 502 :
chosen, vote of allowances for, 157
-, time to move, 239
-, Zonca to await arrival, 253
-, and to act meanwhile, 327.
letters of credence, 269
-, Correr announces coming, 293.
question of reception, 323, 349, 363-365, 388, 389, 394, 417, 434, 440.
Zonca asks leave to return on arrival, 378
-, granted, 391, 401.
Melo asks to help in peace negotiations, 401
-, Cardenas ready to welcome, 420.
reaches Paris, 428
-, royal ship to fetch, 433, 436
-, audience delayed, 441.
vote for couriers, 437
-, thanks for keeping Spanish chain, largesses demanded of, 458.
letter of Arnolfini to, 441
-, ill, 444, 445, 447, 449, 456.
to procure gunpowder for Venice, 447
-, report on, 461
-, countermanded, 470.
tries to prevent Fielding's return to Venice, 447n.
ready for public entr, postponed for queen mother, 469
-, public entry, 472
-, first audience, 473.
surprise at delay of entry, 469n.
thanks for Wyche's offices, 470, 474
-, tells king about Symonds, 474.
representations to king about Valona affair, 476, 514
-, king offers help to, 522.
not intending to follow king to York, 499
-, Agostini chosen secretary for, 509.
asks for curtailment of stay, 521
-, time in Spain allowed to, 564.
Fielding wishes to be advised of his offices for reconciliation with Savoy, 527.
congratulates queen and prince on settlement with Scots, 554
-, to congratulate king if quiet re-established, 558.
complimentary office with king on return from Scotland, 564
-, informs king of settlement with Turks, 572, 573.
difference with Palatine about status, 565, 568, 578
-, king apologises to, for Palatine, 586.
informs king of passport obtained for Palatine, 585, 586.
reception of Aerssons, reserve, 600
-, ill, doctor's certificates for, 603, 604.
despatches to the Senate, 415, 428, 439, 441, 443, 445, 447, 448, 455, 457, 458, 459, 461, 463, 467, 468, 471, 473, 474, 476, 477-480, 484, 485, 488, 489, 491, 492, 494, 496-498, 500, 506, 509, 512, 515, 520, 521, 524, 533-535, 539, 541-544, 546, 548, 550-552, 554, 556, 558, 559, 561, 562, 564, 565, 567, 569, 571, 572, 575, 576, 580, 583, 585, 586, 589, 592, 593, 595, 597, 599, 601, 605.
despatches to the Inquisitors of State, 441.
communications with Correr, 489, 538, 540.
communications with Gieronimo Giustinian, 565.
vote for letters and couriers, 520, 521, 557.
secretary of. See Agustini, Gieronimo. wife of, 438, 445.
-, Spanish queen demanded presents of, 458
-, ill, 469n.
Glasgow, co. Lanark, Scotland :
Assembly of :
Scots mean to stand by, 562.
-, - See also Scotland, assembly of.
confirmation of monopoly of Mansell, 40
-, Correr's efforts against, 41, 42, 83.
Muranese workers in England, Zonca tries to stop, 390, 391.
Glover, Richard, English consul at Cyprus :
tries to get reduction of duty on English goods, 250, 431
-, position as consul recognised, 431n.
Gluckstadt, Glukstat [Holstein, Germany] :
emperor approached for continuance of tolls at, 220n
-, Roe sees king of Denmark at, 429.
-, governor of. See Pentz, Christian count of.
Gohfeld [Westphalia, Germany] :
Palatine defeated at, 467, 469
-, rumours of, in England, 471
-, news confirmed, 473.
gold cloth. See cloth, gold.
Golden Bull :
rights of electors under, 305.
Golden Eagle, merchantman :
to serve in Palatine's fleet, 173n.
Golden Fleece, merchantman :
taking cloth to Ragusa, 329, 345
-, proposed to divert to Liesina, 345, 351
-, to touch at Genoa and Leghorn, 346
-, sails for Italy, 348.
Golden Sun, merchantman :
exports currants from Zante, 453, 454.
Golden Wolf, merchantman :
case referred to Admiralty Court, 467.
Gombroon, East Indies :
Mary sails to, 34n.
Gonzaga, Don Annibal, chief steward of the Empress Eleanora, ambassador extraordinary of the emperor in Spain :
sent to Madrid for approval of Brussels negotiations, 517
-, tells Contarini of England's offer to emperor, 532.
-, Charles I, duke of Mantua, 51.
truce would leave in lurch, 264
-, death of, 275, 283, 344
-, may cause disturbances, 293
-, English regret death, 310
-, English waiting to see effect, 322
-, offices upon, 367
-, condolences on death, 377.
-, Charles II, duke of Mantua, 283n.
-, Charles III, duke of Mantua :
need for protection, 284
-, unlikely to live long in hands of Spaniards, 310
-, question of custody, 311.
-, Ferdinand III, duke of Guastalla :
possible regent of Mantua, 311.
-, Ludovico, prince of Castiglione :
possible regent of Mantua, 311.
-, Maria, daughter of Charles I, duke of Mantua, princess of Mantua :
projected marriage with king of Poland, 51
-, suggested to Zawadski by French, 79, 90
-, Zawadski takes away portrait, 107.
Fielding sends condolences to, 283
-, Venice sends to, 284.
best fitted to be regent, Oate demurs, 311.
informs Charles of duke's death, 344
-, mission of Fielding to, 376, 377
-, recognised by England, 460, 461.
Gordon, Francis, English agent in Poland :
to forestall any ill offices of Zawadski, 13
-, instructions to, 15
-, gone, 21.
falls sick, 52
-, but will continue journey, 77
-, reports king still desires Palatine princess, 168
-, accused of betraying Palatine interests, 271
-, back in England, 429.
Gordon, George, second marquis of Huntly, Ontelet, Ontele, Ontlet :
force sent against, at Aberdeen, 520
-, takes to flight, 524
-, signs the covenant, 536, 539
-, arrested, 539
-, arrives at Court with Traquair, 601.
Gordon. See Gourdon.
Goring, George, baron, master of the horse to the queen, 148n.
sent to meet Chevreuse, 404n
-, sent to meet queen mother, 460n
-, made Vice Chamberlain and member of Council, 571.
Goring, Gorin, Colonel George, son of lord Goring :
sent to honour Orange with title of Highness, 148
-, sent to Holland about christening of Orange's son, 606.
Gotoard. See Gatwood.
Gotz, Peter :
reported slain at Gohfeld, 470.
Gourdon, Gordon [Lot, France] :
army for Spain to assemble at, 415.
Gradenigo, Antonio, captain of the Gulf :
Turner slave in galley of, 368, 369.
Gradisca, captain of. See Rabatta, Antony baron von.
Grammont, Antoine de, count of Grammont, Guiche and Louvigny, governor of Guienne and Gascony :
prepares to invade Spain, 415.
Grand Duke. See Medici Ferdinand II. de.
Grand Turk. See Murad IV., Sultan of Turkey.
Grandison, viscount. See Villiers, William.
Graswinckel, Gravinghel, Grasvinchel, Theodore :
prepares reply to "Mare Clausum," 19
-, submits portion concerning Adriatic to Venice, 214, 234
-, asked to make alterations, 408, 414
-, promises to recall and stay publication, 414, 431, 517.
States press for book, 234
-, petitions for return of book on Savoy, 437, 517
-, desires to know wishes of Senate about book, 543.
Gratarol. Giovanni, Battista, secretary to the Collegio, 286.
Gratz [Styria] :
Rabatta leaves for, 22.
Tromp spreads fleet off, 577
-, ships sent from Amsterdam to blockade, 577
-, Tromp off, 589.
Gravelines [Nord, France] :
Orange offers to take for France, 204.
formation of new port at :
injurious to England, remonstrance against, 224
-, Charles much moved about, 226
-, grave anxiety, French and Dutch urged to stop, 227.
Dutch defeat Dunkirk fleet off, 501.
suspected French designs on, 525, 533
-, greater chance of success with England preoccupied, 526.
Gravinghel. See Graswinckel.
Gray, Erskine :
employed to raise Scottish levy for French, 489n.
Great Britain :
king of. See Charles I
-, James I.
queen of. See Anne of Denmark
-, Henrietta Maria.
secure monopoly of currants in Ionian islands, 531.
Greenwich, co. Kent, 282 :
Oate staying at, 24, 33.
Queen's House at, visited by king and queen, 120.
Court at, 236n, 416, 418, 422, 433.
Bellievre fetched from, 333
-, king and Laud consult on Scottish affairs at, 426.
letters patent dated at, 432.
Grenoble [Isre, France] :
despatch dated at, 578.
Greville, Robert second baron Brooke, viscount Bruc, Bruch :
refuses military oath and arrested, 536
-, released and sent home, 539.
Greyhound, pinnace :
sent after Barbary pirates, 449n.
Griffoni, Ugolino, knight of Malta, Tuscan ambassador to the emperor :
arrives at Linz, 22
-, takes part in conferences with Arundel, 102.
Grimani, Giovanni, Zuane, Venetian ambassador to the emperor :
English suspicion at appointment, 147
-, Fielding reports appointment, 151.
Count della Rocca first to visit, 166
-, Oate enquires about, 264.
unable to get passports for Protestant princes, 254
-, impossible to get satisfaction for Palatine, 561.
despatches to the Senate, 486, 503, 508, 513, 517, 523, 526.
Grimnitz treaty of :
provisions for succession in Pomerania, 337.
Grisons, Switzerland, 243 :
Richelieu silent about, 192
-, will not keep Valtelline positions, 225
-, French compact with for evacuation of Valtelline, 226n.
Grotius, Hugo, ambassador of Sweden in France :
dispute with English ambassadors about precedence, 160.
says Swedes unlikely to send to Cologne, 244
-, explains why, 268.
remonstrates with English ambassadors for reticence about treaty, 289.
statement on Anglo French treaty 355
-, honours entry of Correr, 358.
Guadarrama, Guada Reina [Old Castile, Spain] :
Scandaret wounded near, 357n.
regiment raised for king's person, 544.
Guastalla [Prov. Modena, Italy] :
duke of. See Gonzaga, Ferdinand III.
Guemen, prince de. See Rohan, Louis de.
Guernsey, Channel Islands :
troops sent to guard against attack, 525
-, Leicester reports French designs on, 605.
Guevara, Don Inigo Velez de, count of Oate and Villa Mediana, Spanish ambassador in England, Ognate, Ognati, 64 :
-, curiosity about negotiations, 25
-, money brought by seized, 33
-, but released, 37, 59n.
remains incognito at Greenwich, 33, 39
-, declines offer of audience at Windsor, 33.
to open relations with Venetian ministers, 33, 39, 61
-, Finet intervenes about, 37, 38, 46, 61.
behaviour disliked, 46, 63, 80, 85
-, Senneterre points out inactivity of, 54
-, Senneterre's action may stir to activity, 55.
thinks of performing first public functions, 61
-, money to pave his way, 63
-, bribes the ministers, 95.
arrival to change aspect of affairs, 65
-, residence at Chelsea, 80.
relations with Correr, 77
-, Correr sends secretary to, 80
-, reception of, 81
-, holds back, 85, 88, 92, 94, 97, 98, 105, 107, 114.
arrangements for first public entry, 77
-, audience at Oatlands, 80.
seizure of money brought by, 83
-, avoids both king and ministers, 84, 85.
suspected of concocting letter to king, 84
-, asks audience, curiosity about, 87.
does not follow Necolalde's line with Palatine, 87
-, Conn visits, 92.
first private audience, 90, 91
-, ministers try to force hand of, 96
-, surprise at refusal to be drawn, 105.
1637, 239 :
keeps in retirement, 123
-, audience on Arundel's return, 127, 128, 129.
relations with Correr, 123, 176, 212, 214, 220, 233
-, holds back, 128, 131, 148, 151, 166, 191, 226, 227
-, ordered to treat Venetian, on equality, 172, 190, 199, 200, 214, 229.
intervenes for Jesuit tutors 126
-, requires ministers to visit first, 186.
talks big at news of Palatine's fleet, 146, 153
-, refuses copy of Palatine's protest, 156.
asks audience for proposals about Palatine, 174
-, to assure king of readiness to give satisfaction, 178.
plague in house of, 174, 177
-, grievance because does not impart emperor's death, 182.
proposals made by, 181, 182, 193, 198
-, fresh audience, asks for commissioners, 186
-, commissioners refused to, 189.
presents horses to king and Hamilton, 193.
king wishes to keep in suspense, 198
-, long audience of king, commissioners to treat with, 209.
ostentatiously withdraws from negotiation, threats, 213, 231
-, protests against levies, 215.
duplicity of offers exposed, 215
-, to be treated as Arundel was, 224.
asks for levies, 224
-, unable to get, 231.
professes to be sick, 226, 228
-, really ill, 236, 242.
speaks highly of Correr and readiness to give parity, 229
-, Correr sends to, 229
-, responds, 236
-, Correr calls on, 236
-, thanks Correr for visit, 242.
rails at English diplomacy, 236
-, wants to settle Palatine affair but no new overtures, 246.
ministers take exception to Correr's intimacy with, 241, 242
-, Correr commended for handling affair, 242, 253
-, calls on Correr, 246
-, Venetian satisfaction at call, 248.
declares Swedes ruined, 249
-, long conference with Correr, views on European affairs, 252.
ill content at treatment, 256
-, high handed action in releasing arrested women, 257
-, asks audience and breaks appointment, 258.
growing dissatisfaction with, 257
-, representations sent to Spain against, 258.
Franchi seizes goods of for reals taken from Victory 263
-, complains but avoids appealing to king, 271
-, affair stationary, 294.
speaks of truces in negotiation between imperialists and France, 263, 264.
shows desire to encourage confidential relations with Correr, 264.
tried to get fleet sent against Dutch fishermen, 265.
emperor learns that ardour has upset all negotiations, 268
-, Aston makes known dissatisfaction with, 285.
suspected collusion with Conn, 274
-, foments Scottish disturbances, 316.
says Spain will not consider armistice, 274
-, means to visit Polish ambassadors, 279
-, visits ceremoniously, 282
-, king offended at, 283.
proposal for settlement of Palatinate question, 290
-, bides his time, 294.
gives Correr views on Mantua, 311
-, not disturbed at Parella's negotiations, 352.
Lufuente to replace, 349
-, comes to London for Xmas, 353.
Zonca pays respects to, 353, 377
-, views on Italian affairs, 377.
reports success of Gallas, boasts of power to make trouble in England, 354.
reports subsidy to emperor for Flanders, 374
-, views on Swedish match, 378.
expecting recall, 378
-, successor announced, 390
-, impatient for arrival of Chevreuse, 396.
audience of king about Franco affair, 383, 384
-, commissioners granted to upon, 384
-, urges settlement of case, 396
-, king annuls claim against, 407, 411.
Cardenas relieves, 404
-, informs king of Cardenas arrival, 407.
asks for ship to return in, 407
-, delayed by illness of Cardenas, 411.
calls on Chevreuse, 408
-, final audience arranged, 413
-, takes leave, 416.
haughty reply about Franco decision, 411
-, asks for commissioners, 413
-, decision of, 416.
hopes to win over Holland, 417
-, reports king inclined to Spanish alliance, 418.
present and departure, 419
-, Zonca bids farewell to, 419, 420.
arrives at Madrid, 442
-, had to pay for transport of gunpowder, 461.
Guevara, Don Ninigo de, Count of Oiiate, Ognat, Spanish ambassador to the emperor :
subservience of imperial court to, 10, 35, 111
-, invited to discussion about Palatinates, 17
-, expected to do some good, 18
-, arrives at Linz, 22.
Arundel avoids meeting, 26
-, deliberation of, 37.
courier from, to son in England, 39
-, ready to meet Venetian ambassador, 61.
exchanges visits with Arundel, holds out hopes, 65
-, concerned in Palatine negotiations, 78
-, long conferences with Arundel, 79, 93, 101, 118.
writes to England, 79
-, confident there will be no rupture with England, 102.
gets Cardinal Maurice of Savoy made protector of Germany, 88
-, refuses any concession to England, 117.
Guiche, count of. See Grammont, Antoine de.
Guienne, France :
English concerned about risings in, 238.
intention to imprison duchess of Chevreuse in, 273.
-, governor of. See Grammont, Antoine de.
Gulf, the. See Adriatic.
gunpowder, powder :
king sells to Cardines to export to Flanders, 421
-, Joachimi remonstrates about, 421, 427
-, sent over, 424
-, cost of transport, 459.
supplied to Palatine, 422
-, Bellievre obtains leave to export but too dear, 429, 459.
Venice proposes to buy in England, 447, 470
-, particulars of English, 461.
licences for export suspended, wanted against Scots, 479.
English supply to Spanish fleet, 575
-, quantity at Calais, 577.
guns, artillery, ordnance :
sent to Palatine, 422.
preparing against Scots, 436
-, Scots obtain from Sweden, 495.
cost, in England, 461
-, on merchantmen, 485.
Charles restores to Spain from defeated fleet, 594.
Gunther, Anthony, duke of Oldenburg, Count of Oldenburgh :
asks for neutrality to be respected by Palatine, 417.
Gussoni, Vincenzo, Venetian Ambassador in England, 293.
Gustavus Adolphus, king of Sweden :
Bavaria claims compensation for damage done by, 18
-, invasion of Germany, 193
-, objects of invasion, 338.
death disappoints Palatine's hopes, 307
-, claims on Pomerania from actions of, 337.
Gustavus, Prince Palatine, 360n.
Guzman, Diego Filippo de, marquis of Leganes, governor of Milan :
captures Bremo, 398n
-, besieges Vercelli, 423
-, expected to take it, 433
-, letter of Olivares to, 498, 503.
Guzman, Gaspar de, Count of Olivares, Count of San Lucar, the Count Duke, Conde Duque :
Aston has long conference with, 163
-, assurances on question of parity with Venice, 214
-, friar Basili well known to, 249n.
Chevreuse informs of arrival, 279
-, calls on duchess, 341
-, intimacy of Chevreuse with, 464.
Marquis of Lafuente dependent of, 349
-, orders arrest of one who attacked Scandaret, 357n.
informed of Contarini's offices with Richelieu, 365
-, sends paper to Charles offering satisfaction, 418.
demanded largess of Giustinian, 458.
letters to intercepted in France, 469
-, writes to Leganes that sure of England, 498, 503.
Hopton sees about alliance, 549, 604.
ready to grant passport to Palatine, 583
-, perturbed at Oquendo's defeat, 595.
Guzman, Juan Claros de, marquis de Fuentes, marquis of La Fuente :
selected as ambassador to England, 349.