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Index: G

Pages 600-602

Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 9, 1592-1603. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1897.

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Gaetano, Patriarch, 136.

Galicia, English fleet sighted off, 788, 792,

proves to be French, 794;

expected English attack on, 798.

Gall nuts, Turkish trade in, with England, 1119.

Gallipoli, Venetian consul and chaplain at, a friar, 221.

Gardiner, Thomas, Captain of the Angel, 1153.

Garimbai, , Spanish genealogical writer, 430.

Garter, Order of, special mission to invest Henry IV. with, 490, 503;

his representation at chapter of, 876, 881.

Gastuni, 1124.

Geneva, French designs on, 1142;

appeal by, to England, for protection, 1154, 1158, 1162.

Genoa, 136, 333;

loans by, to Spain, 3, 323;

ships of, seized by Spanish, as English owned, 125;

three Genoese taking soundings in English harbours arrested, 797.

Georgia, Simon, Prince of, and Alexander his cousin, 211.

Germany (Holy Roman Empire), (1593), aid sought by, from Spain, against Turk, 144.

-, -, embassy of, outraged, and war declared against, by Turk, 159, 164, 165.

-, -, tribute paid by, to Turk, 159, 164, 173, 177.

-, -, Ambassador from, a prisoner at Constantinople, 173,

his release, 176.

-, -, dragoman of embassy of, reviled by Grand Vizier, 177.

-, -, embassy of, closed, and troops concentrated against, by Turks, in Bosnia, 180.

-, -, victory of, at Sziszek, over Turks, 181, 187, 197.

-, -, embassy from, to Turks. See Popel.

-, -, English embassy to. See Parkins, Christopher.

-, -, Turkish preparations against, 189 190.

-, -, re-arrest, by Turks, of ambassador of, 190.

-, -, English policy in Constantinople suspected by, 191, 275.

-, -, further imprisonment and maltreatment of embassy of, in Constantinople, 197, 225;

suite of (1596) released, 425,

re-imprisoned, 447,

released, 465, 495.

-, -, ex-ambassador of, a prisoner with Turkish army, 190, 198, 211, 228;

description of, his fate, 244.

-, (1594), English assistance discredited in, 275.

-, -, English and French intrigues against, at Porte, 285.

-, (1595), intervention by England between, and Turks, 346, 391.

-, -, Englishmen, Arundel and another, at court of, 359, 391.

-, -, Scottish troops for, 367.

-, -, successes of, against Turks, 374.

-, (1596), Spanish policy governed by alliance with, 402.

-, -, success of, against Turks, in Hungary, 444.

-, -, Spanish money for, 446.

-, -, peace sought with, by Turk, 456. See also Barton, Edward.

-, -, peace negotiations of Barton with, 495, 496, 499, 509, 512, 515, 516, 525, 530.

-, -, report on military position of, and of Turks, 516.

-, -, peace declined by, 518.

-, -, defeat of, at Keresztes, described, 524.

-, -, (1597), Papal opposition to negotiations of, with Turk, for peace, 537.

-, -, trace between, and Turk, urged by Barton, 546, 551.

-, -, envoy from, to Turks. See Dabri, Pasquale.

-, -, negotiations of, with Turks, 554, 585, 620.

-, -, English Merchant Adventurers prohibited trade in, 611;

English retaliation, 673, 694;

English agent dismissed, 716;

results, 769;

further negotiations, 1030.

-, -, Emperor's anger at cession of Flanders, 673.

-, -, application of Scottish noble, to serve in army of, 761.

-, -, Turkish desire for peace with, 779.

-, (1600), Prince of Transylvania detained in, by Emperor's orders, 836.

-, -, disaster to, in Transylvania, 841;

aid asked by, from Spain, 841,

sent, 845.

-, -, Imperial Commissioners sent from to United Netherlands, to treat of peace with Spain, 840, 850.

-, -, proposed election of Henry IV., of France, as King of the Romans 875, 880, 888, 889.

-, -, illness, or insanity, of Emperor Rudolf, 880.

-, -, peace between, and Turk, expected, 892, 917.

-, -, Persian embassy to, 922, 925, 927, 930, 934, 937, 939, 940, 942, 952, 954;

departs, 957. See Persia.

-, -, Imperial letter to Shah of Persia, 943.

-, -, French contingent, with Duke of Mercur, in Imperial army,976.

-, -, Aulic Council in, and English cloth trade, 1030.

-, (1602), alleged Papal league against Protestants in, 1062.

-, -, importation of arms from, to Spain, 1074.

-, (1603), represented at Copenhagen conference, 1152.

-, -, proposed league of Protestant Princes of, against House of Austria, 1157.

-, -, trade rivalry of, with English and Flemish, 1160.

-, -, See also Hanse Towns.

Ghent, 1142.

Giaffer Pasha (see Tripoli) mentioned, 950.

Gibraltar, ship seized at, 85;

Turkish fleet for, 266;

defence of, 471, 476;

Spanish control of trade through straits of, 501;

English ships repulse Spanish attack off, 897;

English privateers not to pass eastward of, 986, 1154;

thirty English ships pass, yearly, 1119;

mentioned, 1153.

Gilan, 922.

Gilpin, George, counsellor, English agent in Holland, 773.

Givry, M. de, in command under Henry IV., 25, 27, 55.

Glasgow, Archbishop of, Scottish Ambassador in Paris for 30 years, dismissed, 279. See Beaton, James.

Gold, great discovery of, in Porto Ricco, 381;

at a premium in Spain, leaves country. 981.

Gold, Cloth of, Florentine trade in, 96.

Golden Fleece grand mastership of, reserved to Spain, 683, 690;

insignia of, worn by the Archduke Albert, 1056.

Gondi, Hieronimo, 702.

Gonzaga , Papal Nuncio, joins in negotiations for peace of Vervins, 663.

Gonzalvo, Ferdinando, Duke of Sessa, his audience with Clement VII., 434;

agent between Pope and Cardinal Archduke, 610, 667;

a promoter of peace with England, 935;

mentioned, 1061;

active against English Catholics at Rome, 1061.

Gournay, 18, 86.

Gowrie, Earl of, his conspiracy, 920.

Gnzzo, 1128.

Gradenigo, Chevalier, 504.

-, Francesco, son of Vinceuzo, 504;

his letter descriptive of England (1596), 505;

at Constantinople, 846.

-, Vincenzo, Venetian Ambassador Extraordinary in Turkey, despatches from, 846, 849.

Grain, export of, from Africa to France, 20, 31, 89, 115, 116, 123;

from Dantzig to Venice, 109;

from England to Venice, 103, 109;

from France, forbidden, 306;

from France to Spain, 762, 777, 778, 1091;

from Hamburg to Venice, 501;

from Holland to Spain, &c., forbiddeo, 504;

scarcity of, in England, 1093;

scarcity of in, and purchases of for, Zante, 1138, 1147, 1150, 1151.

Gran, 512, 516.

Grassi, Pietro di, Venetian merchant at Constantinople, 67.

Grave in Brabant, 1072, 1131.

Gravelines, 1131.

Greece. See Roumelia.

Greek Bishop in London, 1142, 1152.

Grimaldi, Nicolo, the Monarch, ruined by his loans, 323.

Grimani, Almoro, 980.

-, Alvise, Venetian Senator, 896.

Grisons, The, disgust of, with Henry IV., 522.

Grist tax in Spain, 760.

Grobendonk, , governor of Bois-le-Duc, his duel, 862.

Grningen, capture of, by Count Maurice, 306.

Gueldres, opposed to Holland and Zealand, 701.

Guienne, English wool trade in, 769.

Guise, Duke of Parma in, 16;

Count Mansfeldt near, 138;

garrison of, 552.

-, Duke of, defeated (1592) in skirmish, by Henry IV., 33;

driven to join Parma at Yvetot, 63;

candidate for French crown, 72;

pensioned by Spain, 90;

at Paris (1593), 120;

sends troops to siege of Beaumont, 124;

his election as King of France determined on, 188;

refuses passports to cures, from Paris, who received Henry IV.'s conversion, 193;

deprecates election as King, 203;

attitude of his uncle, the Duke of Mayenne, to, 219;

attitude to, of Philip II. of Spain, 231;

in command at Marseilles, provoked to fire on Spaniards, 596.

-, House of, Queen Elizabeth's hatred of, 601.

-, Madame de, at Paris, 44

Guises, The, Ambassador from, in Turkey, 67.

Guistinian, Battista, of Chios, 1124, 1125.

-, Marco, Sign or, son of Signor Giacomo, his reception by Queen Elizabeth, 1023.

Guitard, James, 292.

Guttiero, Don Pedro, President of the Seville contracts, 463, 470.

Guyana off the Gold Coast, near Peru, English at, 531.