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GALE: 3/58
GALEN, Christopher Bernard von, Prince-Bishop of Münster 1650–78:
letter to States-General, 6/274–5 & n.;
allies with Dutch, 7/93 & n. 5, 107 & n. 1
GALLIPOLI: 8/374 & n. 6
GALLOP, [?John], parson: 1/178
GALLOPER SAND, Thames estuary:
ships aground, 7/153 & n. 1, 195; 8/359
GAMBIA (Gambo):
stories of, 3/10–11 & n.
GAME, [John]:
see Taverns etc: Coach and Horses
GAMES, SPORTS AND PASTIMES [Asterisks denote the occasions on which P takes part. See also Entertainments; Gaming]:
backgammon: see tables
bob-cherry: 6/132
cards [select]:
beast, 2/3;
cribbage, 1/5 142;
gleek, 3/9, 14, 31;
ombre, 6/218
chess:
in Russia, 5/272
draughts: 1/70
fishing:
through ice, 4/412;
with gut for line, 8/119;
also, 1/169; 6/225
flinging at cocks: 2/44 & n. 1
football: 6/3
footraces:
in Hyde Park, 1/218 & n. 1;
on Banstead Down, 4/160, 255;
at Newmarket, 9/473;
between P's maids, 8/167
hawking:
in Russia, 5/272
horse races:
at Epsom/Banstead, 4/160 & n. 5, 243 & n. 4, 249;
Newmarket, 4/324 & n. 2; 9/209, 473;
Putney, 8/203–4
hunting [select]:
King's prowess, 2/152 & n. 2;
Duke of York's, 4/371;
language of, 4/394; 8/475;
P dislikes, 6/295;
at Bartholomew Fair, 4/288;
in Courland, 4/413–14;
in St James's Park, 5/239;
in Siam (elephant), 7/251
ninepins:
elsewhere, 4/144, 160, 197
party games:
blindman's buff, 5/357;
crambo, 1/149;
cross-purposes, 7/422 & n. 3;
flinging cushions, 7/56;
handicap, 1/248; 'I love my love', 9/469 & n. 2;
mock-marriage, 1/175;
questions and commands, 2/30 & n. 2
pigeon flying:
in Russia, 5/272
pell mell: 2/64 & n. 2; 4/135; 5/4; 9/542
shooting:
at Bartholomew Fair, 4/288;
battue in France, 7/79
shuffleboard: 3/150; 5/175; 6/74
shuttlecock (shittlecock): 1/15
skating: 3/272 & n. 2, 277, 282
tables (backgammon etc.): 6/221, 227, 236
tennis: 4/435; 5/4, 11, 19; 8/418, 419
trap-ball: 9/191
wrestling:
in Moorfields, (between North and West countrymen), 2/127; 3/93;
at Bartholomew Fair, 4/288
yacht-races: 3/188; 4/256 & n. 3
GAMING [omitting casual wagers and bets]:
P plays at 'selling of a horse for a dish of eggs and herrings', 1/38 & pg 114n. 3;
visits gaming house, 2/211–12;
refuses to, 4/87;
gambling at court, 9/2–4, 71;
at inns of court, 9/3
GARDENER'S LANE, Westminster: 5/254
GARDENS:
general:
Evelyn's book on, 6/289 & n. 4;
H. May's views, 7/213 & n. 2;
English superior to foreign, ib.; roof garden, 2/123;
bowling greens/alleys, 3/146, 175; 4/142, 246; 7/213, 217;
crinkle-crankle wall, 4/313;
maze, 7/182;
circular walls, 7/213
physic gardens:
Oxford, 9/226 & n. 4;
St James's Park, 5/127 & n. 1, 130
pleasure gardens:
Barn Elms, 7/235; 8/188, 202, 236, 256, 346, 400; 9/27, 128, 271;
Cherry Garden, Rochester, 8/312;
Cherry Garden, Rotherhithe, 5/178, 180;
Jamaica House, Bermondsey, 8/167;
Mulberry Garden, Hyde Park, 5/140; 9/207 & n. 1, 286, 509, 510;
Neat Houses, nr Chelsea, 2/158 & n. 2; 5/268; 7/235; 8/371; 9/216; (New) Spring Garden, Vauxhall, 3/95 & n. 1; 4/243, 249, 251, 262; 5/268; 6/120, 132, 136, 164; 7/136, 198, 294; 8/240–1, 249–50; 9/172, 194, 196, 198, 199, 204, 207, 216, 219(2), 220, 249, 257, 264, 268; (Old) Spring Garden, Vauxhall, 3/95 & n. 1
others:
Arundel House, 2/110;
Audley End, 8/467;
Brampton: P's, 8/469, 472–5 passim, 539;
Clapham: Sir D. Gauden's, 6/172;
Greenwich: 'common garden', 4/197, 273;
palace garden, 6/212;
Hackney: Lord Brooke's, 7/181–2 & n.;
Mr Drake's, 7/181;
The Hague: Huis ten Bosch, 1/147;
Hampstead: Belsize House, 9/281 & n. 4;
Hatfield House, 8/381;
vineyard, 2/138–9 & n.;
Hinchingbrooke, 4/313; 5/298;
Kensington: Sir H. Finch's, 5/179 & n. 1;
Lincoln's Inn, 4/201 & n. 3;
Lincoln's Inn Fields: T. Povey's, 5/161;
Marylebone, 9/189;
Navy Office, q.v.; Nonsuch Palace, 6/235;
Sayes Court: J. Evelyn's, 6/97 & nn. 1, 2, 253 & n. 3; 9/449;
Spargus Garden, ?Whitehall, 9/172;
Walthamstow: Sir W. Batten's, 2/109;
Wricklemarsh: Sir T. Blount's vineyard, 6/94 & n. 3;
York House, 2/102
GARRAWAY, William, M.P. for Chichester, Sussex:
good company, 7/306;
a discontented Cavalier, 7/310;
concern for public interest, 7/310–11; 9/303 & n. 3;
criticises navy accounts, 7/305, 317;
objects to royal commission of accounts, 8/194 & n. 1, 252 & n. 1;
against standing army, 8/352–3;
visits Coventry in Tower, 9/303 & n. 3
GARTER, the ORDER of the: investiture/installation:
of Sandwich, 1/160–1 & nn.;
Albemarle, 1/161;
Monmouth, 4/99;
Christian, Prince of Denmark, 4/108 & n. 3;
Duke of Cambridge, 7/398 & n. 2;
election of John George II of Saxony, 9/246 & n. 2;
chapters, 2/75; 4/108;
knights' stalls etc. in St George's, Windsor, 7/58;
feast at Whitehall, 8/177 & n. 1;
also, 8/184–5
GARTHWAYT, Mr [G]:
his stable at Scotland Yard, 1/65, 66
GATEHOUSE, the, Westminster:
prison, 4/163; 5/58; 6/115;
also, 1/208
GAUDEN, Benjamin, son of Sir Denis:
proposed match with Paulina P, 7/46 & n. 1, 88–9
GAUDEN (Gawden), Ald. Sir Denis, Navy Victualler, kted 1667;
Sheriff 1667–8:
p's regard: 6/254; 7/24; 8/567
as navy victualler:
victuals ships in Downs, 1/241;
in river, 2/112;
at Nore, 7/332–3;
at Plymouth etc., 8/88;
keeps ships waiting for provisions, 4/31;
gifts to P: beef and tongues, 1/320; 3/291;
flagons, 5/216, 218, 234, 271, 301; £500, 7/8; £500 p.a. as Surveyor-General, 8/250; £250, 8/372;
warned by P not to reveal gifts, 9/99;
accounts [some may relate to Tangier]: 3/62, 103, 105, 106; 4/288, 304, 337, 346; 7/74, 373, 403, 405; 8/47, 208, 220, 245, 322; 9/214, 333, 342, 381, 393 & n. 1, 511;
proposal for payment from Exchequer, 3/106–7 & n., 107;
short of cash, 4/389 & n. 1; 6/254, 323 & n. 2; 7/9, 25, 88;
complains of contract, 4/415, 427;
allies with P, 6/254;
approves his plan for surveyorship, pg 1156/294–5;
instructs about pursers' business, 6/325;
granted £5000, 7/377;
advised by P on allowances, 8/113, 118(3);
criticised by Rupert and Albemarle, 8/513; 9/107, 142;
Penn a partner, 9/348, 399 & n. 4;
unspecified business, 4/89; 6/265; ?7/232; 8/43, 110, ?197; 9/25, 393, 427–8, 429
as victualler for tangier:
attends meetings, 3/300; 4/21, 23; 5/97;
discusses victualling, 4/26;
fails to obtain contract, 5/204, 210, 212, 271;
account with Teviot, 5/339 & n. 3;
awarded contract, 6/157, 171, 204;
accounts [see also 'as Navy Victualler'], 6/251;
gifts to P: £60, 6/251;
£500 6/322, 324, 325, 341;
promises commission, 7/8;
£100, 8/35, 36, 37, 44;
£250, 8/372;
P willing for him to reveal gifts, 9/99;
also, 7/402;
unspecified business: 6/253–4; 7/24, ?232; ?8/197;
as alderman and sheriff:
in Fire, 7/277;
appointed non-resident Sheriff, 8/432, 458;
also, 8/583; 9/33, 111
social:
entertains associates, 4/337; 7/373; 9/34, 214, 432;
visits Coventry in Tower, 9/104;
misc.:
house at Clapham, 4/244 & n. 1, 249; 6/172, 312; 7/29;
at Smithfield, 9/34;
to advise Penn about house purchase, 8/197;
news from, 8/269
~ his children, 2/54; 4/244; 6/172; 7/29–30, 88;
his man, 8/267;
his clerk, 9/342
GAUDEN, [Elizabeth], Lady Gauden, wife of Sir Denis: 4/244, 245; 9/34;
~ her spaniel, 4/246
GAUDEN, [Elizabeth], widow of John:
her conversation, 4/244 & n. 4, 245;
alluded to: 4/251
GAUDEN, John, Bishop of Exeter 1660–2, Worcester 1662:
death, 4/244 & n. 2;
social: 1/187 & n. 3
GAUDEN, [Samuel], son of Sir Denis: 4/245 & n. 1
GAUDEN, [Sarah], daughter of Sir Denis: 6/172; 7/30, 88 & n. 4
GAULTIER (Gotier), Mons. [G]:
teaches singing, 4/242 & n. 4
GAULTIER, Mrs; the Queen's tirewoman: 9/454
GAYET, Susan:
see Guyat
GAYLAND:
GEERE, [John]: 1/184 & n. 2
GENOA:
terms of doges' appointment, 3/7–8 & n.;
alluded to: 8/374, 548
[GENS, Jan de], captain of the Mary: 4/157 & n. 2
GENTLEMAN, Jane, P's servant:
recommended, 4/274, 276;
enters service, 4/290, 292;
deaf, 4/292;
angers EP/P, 4/337, 354;
wishes to leave, 4/356;
accused of lying, 4/361;
to leave, 5/101;
also, 4/362, 389, 399, 438; 5/9, 71, 185;
~ her father, 4/389
GENTLEMAN, Mr [G], cook: 9/116, 373–4;
~ his wife and son, 9/373–4
GENTRY, the:
ignorant of corn trade, 9/1;
antiquity of in Cheshire, 9/280 & n. 2;
rate of decay, 9/550
GEORGE, P's 'old drawer' at the Sun tavern, King St: 1/229; 2/178; 4/217
GERARD, Sir Charles, 1st Baron Gerard of Brandon, cr. Earl of Macclesfield 1678 (d. 1694):
friend of Lady Castlemaine, 4/1;
favourite of King, 4/68;
enemy of Clarendon, 8/525;
sells commission in Lifeguards, 4/371; 8/436; 9/308;
criticised by King, 4/334;
dress, 8/154;
dispute alluded to, 9/85;
case against Fitton, 9/83–4 & n.;
dispute with Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 9/359 & nn.;
praises P's parliamentary speech, 9/106
GERARD, [Jeanne], Lady Gerard, wife of Lord Gerard:
slanders Lady Castlemaine, 4/68
GERMAN PRINCESS, the:
see Moders
GERMANY [i.e. the territory of the Holy Roman Empire]: advance of pg 116Turks into, 4/315–16 & n., 349 & n. 2, 358
GERMIN:
see Jermyn
GERVAS:
see Jervas
[GERY, [G]]: 1/126 & n. 3
GIBBONS, [Charles]:
his tennis-court, 1/297 & n. 2
GIBBONS, Dr Christopher, organist (d. 1676):
performs at Sandwich's house, 2/103; 3/108, 287; 4/160;
to set parts for P, 7/418;
inspects organ with, 9/89;
promises music for flageolets, 9/271
[GIBBS, Ann], actress ('the little girl'): in The slighted maid, 4/56 & n. 2;
Heraclius, 5/78–9 & n.
GIBBS, Mr [G], clerk:
his calligraphy, 8/545–6; 9/21, 330
GIBRALTAR, BAY OF: 6/19
GIBSON, Richard, clerk in the Navy Office:
p's begahd: 9/16 & n. 1
as clerk:
compares costs of Dutch Wars, 8/297 & n, 1;
stories of commanders, 9/26;
carries gold to Brampton, 8/263–4, 268, 272, 273, 473, 474, 487;
works for P, 7/284, 294, 305; 8/212, 373–4, 539; 540; 9/22, 42, 101, 283, 286, 308, 315, 316, 340(2), 342, 344, 358, 360, 394, 478, 500, 511, 521, 524, 547, 548, 556
as surveyor of victualling at yarmouth:
appointment, 6/315 & n. 3; 8/367;
instructs P on pursers, 6/316, 321; 7/1;
also, 7/139
social:
story of meteor, 9/207–8;
accompanies P to Maidstone, 9/495, 497;
to Hyde Park, 9/564;
also, 9/100, 208, 297, 310, 562
misc.:
house, 8/590;
Warren's offer of employment to, 9/16;
GIFFORD, [George], Rector of St Dunstan-in-the-East:
his preaching, 4/268 & n. 4; 9/482
GIFFORD, [?Henry]:
political news, 1/75–6
GIFFORD, [?Thomas], merchant:
Tangier business, 6/27, 28;
social: 6/21, 44
GIGERY:
GILES (Gyles), Sarah (b. Kite), P's cousin and wife of Thomas:
borrows money, 4/154–5;
P deposits diary etc. with in Medway crisis, 8/264;
social: 5/266; 7/174; 8/448;
alluded to: 8/262;
~ her children die of plague, 6/342;
also, 2/173;
her pretty boy, 8/442
GILES, Thomas, of St Giles's parish, Cripplegate: 5/266; 8/264
GILLINGHAM, Kent:
P at, 6/248;
Dutch raid, 8/309
GILSTHROPP [?Gilsthorpe], [G], clerk to Sir W. Batten: alleged to have paid for place, 5/141;
illness and death, 8/337, 560;
accusations against Navy Board, 8/560 & n. 1, 564–5;
also, 6/244
GLANVILL(E), [William], of Greenwich:
friend of Cocke, 6/243 & n. 5;
stores prize-goods, 6/243, 259, 270;
P lodges with, 6/243–4, 245, 288, 290, 293, 294;
alluded to: 6/273, 297, 299
GLASCOCK, Charles, relative of P:
political views, 1/54 & n. 4;
house, 2/83;
visits dying brother, 2/144;
social: 1/81, 85
GLASCOCK, John, Rector of Little Canfield, Essex, brother of Charles:
GLEMHAM, Henry, Bishop of St Asaph 1667 – d. 70:
scandalous life, 8/364–5 & n.
GLYNNE, Sir John, lawyer (d. 1666):
unpopularity, 2/87–8 & n.
GOA, India: 2/62
GODALMING (Godlyman), Surrey:
P visits, 2/91
GODDARD, Dr [Jonathan], physician:
attends Royal Society Club, 6/36;
defends doctors leaving London in Plague, 7/21
GODFREY, Sir Edmund Berry, magistrate:
arrests royal physician, 9/561 & nn.
GODFREY, [Henry]:
dispute with P over debt, 3/34 & n. 1, 80
GODFREY, [Richard]: 4/384–5 & n.
GODMANCHESTER, Hunts.:
P visits, 4/307
GODOLPHIN, William, diplomat, kted 1668:
arrives from Spain, 9/46 & n. 2;
Sandwich's regard, 9/52 & n. 3; pg 117and P's, 9/59;
praises Sandwich as ambassador, 9/59–60;
and P's parliamentary speech, 9/105;
stories of Spain, 9/118;
news of Sandwich, 9/164, 320;
also, 9/65;
GOFFE (Gough), Stephen, divine:
anecdote of, 7/290 & n. 2
[GOGH, Michiel van], Dutch ambassador 1664–5:
arrives, 5/175 & n. 3;
conciliatory, 5/181 & n. 3;
audience with Duke of York, 5/264;
and King, 5/301;
imprisoned (rumour), 6/273 & n. 1;
also, 5/283
GOLD (Gould), [Elizabeth], Lady Gold, widow of Sir Nicholas:
wealth, 5/1;
marriage to T. Neale, 5/1, 184 & n. 2; 6/126;
~ her brother, 5/184
GOLD (Gould), [John], hemp merchant: his knavery, 5/117
GOLD (Gould), [?John, ?Edward], merchant: 9/421
GOLD (Gould), Sir Nicholas, merchant:
attends Rota Club, 1/14 & n. 3;
death, 5/1
GOLDEN EAGLE, New St (?shop): 1/205
GOLDING, Capt. [John], naval officer:
killed in action, 6/82
GOLDING, [G], barber, Greenwich:
plays fiddle, 3/164; 6/227 & n. 3, 263, 279
GOLDSBOROUGH, Mrs [G]:
debt to Robert P, 2/195–6 & n., 197, 198; 3/44;
estate, 3/232; 4/203, 362;
alluded to: 9/451;
~ her son, 3/232; 4/203, 362
GOLDSMITH, Capt. [Ralph], naval officer: 9/160 & n. 5
GOLDSMITHS:
GOLDSMITHS' HALL, Foster Lane:
funeral, 6/114
[GOLOVIN, Mikhail], Russian envoy: 8/428 & n. 2
GOMBOUST, [Jacques]:
map of Paris, 7/379 & n. 2
GOMME (Gum), Sir Bernard de, military engineer:
advises King on Medway defences, 8/126 & n. 2
[GONSON, Benjamin], Treasurer of the Navy 1549–1577:
GOODENOUGH, [Edward], plasterer:
sends P gift, 2/32 & n. 2;
consulted about rooms at Navy Office, 3/197
[GOODFELLOW, Christopher], Reader, Inner Temple (d. 1690): 9/465–6 & n.
GOODGROOME, [John], musician:
gives P/EP singing lessons, 2/126 & n. 2, 130, 144, 145, 190; 7/397; 8/411, 424;
teaches P to trill, 8/424;
P critical of, 8/109, 378;
given copy of Beauty Retire, 7/397;
sings with P and EP, 8/171;
social: 3/108, 298; 7/412; 8/209; 9/414
GOOD HOPE, CAPE OF:
stories of natives, 3/298 & n. 3
GOODMAN, [G]: 1/236
GOODS, John, servant to Lord Sandwich:
on Naseby, 1/105, 108, 110, 116, 134, 151, 160;
also, 2/16, 26; 4/210;
social: 2/3, 90
GOODSON, [William], naval commander:
P's regard, 5/30
GOODWIN [SANDS], the (off the E. Kent coast): 6/29; 7/145
GOODYEAR, [Aaron]: 8/171 & n. 5; 9/13;
~ his sister [Hester], 8/171 & n. 5
GORDON, Eleanor, Lady Byron: King's gift to, 8/182 & n. 1
GORHAM (Gorrum), Goody [Margaret], alehouse keeper, Brampton:
P visits alehouse, 2/138 & n. 1, 148; 4/309; 9/212;
GORING, George, 1st Baron Goring and Earl of Norwich (d. 1663):
returns from France, 1/106 & n. 2;
stories of, 2/29 & n. 3; 7/290
GORING HOUSE, St James's Park:
wedding at, 1/196;
P admires, 7/203 & n. 1
GOSNELL, [?Winifred], companion to EP; later an actress:
to enter EP's service, 3/256 & n. 2, 258, 260, 261, 263, 267, 269, 270, 271;
arrives, 3/276;
leaves, 3/277, 278;
sings well, 3/256, 260, 276;
dances, 3/263;
at theatre, 3/294;
becomes actress, 4/162 & n. 5; 7/422; 9/219;
in The slighted maid, 4/163; 9/268;
The Rivals, 5/267 & n. 2;
The Tempest, 9/422;
~ her pg 118sister, 3/256, 260, 294;
her mother, 3/260, 261, 269, 278
GOSPORT, Hants.:
P visits, 3/70
GÖTEBORG (Gothenburg, Gottenburg), Sweden:
masts from, 5/215;
Dutch ships wrecked at, 5/279;
shipping to/from, 7/287, 390, 408, 420, 424 & n. 3;
convoy for, 7/216 & n. 1;
insurance for shipping, 7/25
GOTIER:
GOUGE, [Thomas], Presbyterian divine (d. 1681):
refuses to use Prayer Book, 3/161 & n. 4
GRABU (Grebus), [Luis], court musician:
appointment, 8/73 & n. 3;
performances criticised, 8/458, 530;
at rehearsal, 9/163
GRACE, Mrs, servant to Lady Sandwich: 2/16
GRACECHURCH (Gracious) ST:
conduit in carrefour, 3/268;
St Benet's church, 6/225 & n. 2;
Fire, 7/276;
road reconstructed, 9/285
GRAFHAM, Hunts.: 4/312
[GRAHAM, James, 2nd Marquess of Montrose]:
poem by, 1/33 & n. 1
GRAMONT, Antoine, Duc de (d. 1678):
Bristol's ingratitude, 4/212–3 & n.
[GRAMONT, Armand de], Comte de Guiche (d. 1673):
praises English in Four Days Fight, 7/222 & n. 4
GRANDISON, Viscount:
see Villiers, G.
GRANGER, [Abraham Gowrie]:
GRANT, [G], coffee-house keeper: 4/64–5
GRAUNT, Capt. John, statistician [see also Books]:
collects Barlow's annuity, 2/103; 4/22; 7/40;
his prints, 4/106;
reports to Royal Society on Petty's ship, 4/263;
social: on growth of population, 4/22;
and music, 5/12;
stories of suicides, 9/175;
at Royal Society music meeting, 5/290;
also, 4/100, 256, 334, 437;
alluded to: 3/2
GRAVELEY, Cambs.:
dispute over Robert P's land, 2/136, 148, 156, 174, 178, 180, 182, 205;
Cotton closes, 2/148;
courthouse, 2/182
GRAVES, [G]:
a drowsy preacher, 3/264
GRAVESEND, Kent:
P/EP visit(s), 1/172–3; 2/67; 3/153, 156; 4/258, 260, 261; 5/190; 6/119, 181, 182, 183, 240;
plague, 6/195, 249;
naval action off, 8/349, 350, 351;
ships, 8/379;
defences, 8/257–8, 276, 313 & n. 1, 351;
White's, 6/240;
Swan Inn, 3/153 & n. 1, 156;
Ship Inn, 8/258, 351; 9/300
GRAY:
GRAY'S INN:
P visits, 7/184; 9/311, 480;
students' rebellion, 8/223 & n. 3;
garden, 3/275
GRAY'S INN FIELDS: 7/72, 169; 8/453; 9/311
GRAY'S INN WALKS: 1/176; 2/98, 125, 128, 152; 3/60, 64, 77; 4/101; 9/311
GRAYS (Grayes-market), Essex: 1/104; 6/240; 8/257
GREAT LEVER HALL, Lancs.: 3/254 & n. 3
GREATOREX, [Ralph], mathematical-instrument maker, Strand:
his armillary sphere, 1/14;
waterpump in St James's Park, 1/263–4 & n.;
lamp-glasses, 1/273;
varnish, 4/153 & n. 2;
schemes for fen drainage, 4/356 & n. 2;
diving experiments, 5/268–9 & n.;
to visit Tenerife, 2/21 & n. 4;
sells P drawing pen, 1/273;
and weather glass, 3/203; 4/84;
teaches him mathematics etc., 2/112;
mends his ruler, 3/266;
engraves almanac on, 4/270, 277;
social: 1/174; 2/110; 3/105;
alluded to: 2/55; 4/152;
~ his apprentice, 9/437 & n. 3
GREBUS:
see Grabu
GREEN(E), Major [John], fishmonger: 5/312
GREEN, [John], merchant:
in customs dispute, 5/43 & n. 2
GREENE, [John], of Brampton: 2/138; 3/223
GREENE, [Levi], naval officer:
dismissed for drunkenness, 9/5–6 & n.;
made captain against Duke of York's wishes, 9/39
GREENE, [William], tar merchant: 3/137 & n. 3
GREENLAND:
whale fishing, 4/125
GREENLEAF (Greenlife), Mrs [G]: 1/190
GREENWICH, Kent [omitting pg 119passing visits. For P's stay in the Plague, see Clerke, Mrs]:
p visits town: 3/63, 142–3, 152; 159, 164; 4/20, 79, 131, 149, 151, 219; 5/24, 129–30, 30; 193; 6/180, 188, 209;
P/EP visit(s) on river outings, 4/283; 5/138; 6/106, 111; 7/134
palace:
P visits, 3/63, 111;
Queen's House, 3/63 & n. 5;
building works, 5/75 & n. 3, 178; 6/169, 200; 9/485;
King and Duke of York visit, 7/38, 141;
Danckerts's painting of, 9/423 & n. 1, 438, 445, 465, 485;
H. May's lodgings, 6/200;
Navy Office moved to in Plague, 6/195 & n. 1, 200 & n. 3, 201, 203, 206, 208, 210, 213, 217, 221, 223, 253, 255, 293, 294; 7/19;
garden, 6/212;
park: replanted etc., 3/63 & n. 4; 4/99;
gate, 6/335;
P visits, 3/63, 111, 126, 152; 5/180; 6/169, 212; 9/485
places:
the Bear, 6/336; 7/181;
castle, 3/63; 'common garden', 4/197, 273;
Coombe Farm, 6/200, 201, 212 & n. 3;
church (St Alphege), 2/12 & n. 3; 6/210, 227, 272, 316, 320, 338–9; 9/502;
ferry, 6/158, 168;
Globe inn, 2/115; 3/63;
King's Head, 6/242, 250, 251, 254, 264, 294, 334; 7/141; 'music-house', 4/283;
Ship inn, 3/164
misc.:
royal yachts at, 3/164, 173; 6/193; 7/141;
plague, 6/200, 206 & n. 1, 210, 211, 212; 7/236, 239; 'riding', 8/257
alluded to: 4/149; 5/24
GREETING, [Thomas], musician:
teaches P/EP flageolet, 8/87 & n. 2, 89, 110, 146, 205–6, 220–1, 223, 237, 286, 325, 329, 344, 369, 396, 400; 9/279;
plays violin to P's viol, 8/325;
and for P's dance at Navy Office, 9/464;
P buys pipes from, 8/344;
and music, 9/164 & n. 4;
alluded to: 9/13
GREGORY, [Edward], sen., Clerk of the Cheque, Chatham 1661:
house, 3/155, 156;
social: 3/153
GREGORY, [Edward], jun., Clerk of the Cheque, Chatham 1665:
Chest business, 5/196
GREGORY, [?Henry, ?William], musician:
to teach EP viol, 7/377
GREGORY, [John], of the Exchequer, later of the Secretary of State's office:
court news from, 8/532–4;
on Brooke House Committee, 9/254;
social: 1/61; 2/127, 232; 7/116
GRENVILLE, Sir John, 1st Earl of Bath (d. 1701):
brings Declaration of Breda to parliament, 1/122;
awarded £500 by Commons, 1/128;
on Naseby, 1/133;
title-patent, 1/187–8 & n.;
alluded to: 1/143;
~ his wife [Jane, b. Wyche], 7/394
GRESHAM, Sir Thomas (d. 1579):
statue at Royal Exchange, 7/276 & n. 3
GRESHAM COLLEGE [see also Royal Society]:
Exchange moves to after Fire, 7/280 & n. 2;
aldermen meet at, 7/281–2 & n.;
also, 6/7; 9/544, 562
GREVILLE, [Robert], 4th Baron Brooke (d. 1677):
house and gardens at Hackney, 7/181–2 & n.
GREY (Gray), [Thomas], member of Fishery Corporation and M.P. Ludgershall, Wilts. 1669–72:
opposes Creed as Secretary to Corporation, 5/251;
views on trade, 5/300;
approves P's report for committee, 5/315;
political news from, 5/348; 7/360 & n. 4, 361; 8/422;
alluded to: 5/262
GREY [?Henry, 6th] Earl of Kent (d. 1615):
anecdote of, 2/114–15 & n.
GRIFFIN:
GRIFFIN, Col. [G]:
reports on Fishery lottery, 5/300
[GRIFFITH, George, Bishop of St Asaph 1660–d. 66]:
consecrated, 1/276 & n. 2
GRIFFITH (Griffen), Sir John, soldier:
to defend Gravesend, 8/258 & n. 3
GRIFFITH, [Matthew], Rector of St Mary Magdalen, Old Fish St (d. 1665):
preaches at Temple, 2/75 & n. 2
[GRIFFITH], Will, alehouse keeper in Westminster [see also Taverns etc: Will's]:
dies from plague, 6/186 & n. 1
GRIFFITH (Griffin), William, doorkeeper at Navy Office:
reprimanded by P, 3/50;
as messenger, 3/51; 4/220, 306, 421, 422; 7/388; 8/296;
annoys P by sitting in Navy Office pew, 3/177;
arranges lodgings for, 3/182;
finds pg 120maid for, 4/284;
in search for Barkstead's treasure, 3/242;
advises P on coachhouse, 9/39, 46;
~ his wife [Alice], 8/226;
son [William] dies, 4/416 & n. 2;
son [Thomas] christened, 5/176 & n. 1;
maidservant: 5/249; 7/124;
P attracted by, 3/126; 8/120
GRIFFITH, [G], courtier:
at court ball, 7/372
GRIFFITHS [Griffin), [William], ward of Sir W. Batten: 4/296; 8/433
GRIMSBY, Lincs.:
M.P.s for, 8/454–5
GRIMSTON, Sir Harbottle, M.P. Colchester, Essex:
chosen Speaker, 1/115–16 & n.
[GRINDAL, Edmund; 'Cranmer' in error], Archbishop of Canterbury 1576–d. 83:
letter to Queen Elizabeth, 4/329–30 & n.
GROCERS' COMPANY:
GROCERS' HALL: 1/71
GROOME, [G], clerk in the Signet Office:1/212
GROVE, Capt. [Edward], river agent for the Navy Board:
character, 4/73 & n. 1;
defends P against Exchequer Court bailiffs, 4/52;
appointed shipping agent for Tangier, 4/85, 93;
gifts to P, 4/93, 120;
wife's death, 5/38, 42;
match projected with Paulina P, 5/42–3;
cowardice in Battle of Lowestoft, 6/130 & n. 2;
social: 4/157, 231, 365, 406; 5/95
GUERNSEY, Channel Is.:
garrison, 6/142–3
GUILDFORD, Surrey:
P/EP visit(s), 2/93–4; 3/69, 75; 9/273–5 passim; King visits, 3/86;
places:
Red Lion inn, 2/93–4 & n.; 3/69; 9/274–5;
Abbot's Hospital and grammar school, 2/93–4 & n.; 9/273 & n. 3;
Holy Trinity church, 2/94 & n. 2; 9/274 & n. 1;
St Catherine's Hill, 9/275
GUILDHALL (Yildhall):
seamen paid off, 2/45, 50, 53, 55;
trials, 3/120; 4/402, 403; 9/382;
Lord Mayor's banquet, 4/354–6;
P consults officials, 7/72; 9/33;
rebuilt after Fire, 8/583 & n. 1; 9/545–6 & n.
GUINEA:
ships to, 1/313, 316;
Anglo-Dutch rivalry, 5/115, 160;
Dutch intentions, 5/121 & n. 2;
conflicting news from, 5/127 & n. 2;
Holmes's attack on Dutch, 5/160 & n. 4, 283 & n. 1, 285, 341;
de Ruyter's counterattack, 5/352–3 & n., 355 & n. 1; 6/42 & nn., 43, 46;
English losses, 9/401;
fleets sail to: Dutch: 5/225, 231, 242, 273 & n. 1, 283, 295 & n. 2;
English: 5/242, 246, 248, 250, 258, 264, 265, 295;
also, 2/160; 4/363
GUINEA COMPANY:
GUINEA HOUSE:
GUMBLETON, Mr [G]: 9/289, 458
GUNFLEET, the, shoal off Essex coast:
fleet in, 6/99; 7/139, 140;
alluded to: 7/178, 300
GUNNING, Peter, Master of Clare College, Cambridge 1660;
Master of St John's and Regius Professor 1661;
Bishop of Chichester 1669–75, of Ely 1675–d. 84: his London congregation, 1/42;
weekly fast, 1/58;
sermons, 1/3 & n. 1, 11, 32, 60, 76; 2/239;
administers communion to Commons, 2/107;
active against puritans, 2/147 & n. 2
GUNPOWDER PLOT DAY:
observation of, 1/283; 2/208; 5/314; 7/358
GUNS, pistols [see also Ships: guns]:
P's pistol, 2/9;
his French gun, 8/137 & n. 1;
repeater guns, 3/310 & n. 4; 5/75 & n. 1
GUY, Capt. [Thomas], army officer: 1/101;
social: 1/116, 182
GUY, Capt. [Thomas], naval officer: 7/344–5 & n.
GUYAT (Gayet), Susan:
P takes to Islington, 9/197;
theatre, 9/198–9, 203;
and Vauxhall, 9/216;
sings with, 9/202, 217
'GUYLAND' ('Gayland', 'Guildland') [recte 'Abd Allāh al-Ghailān], Moroccan warlord: relations with, 3/172 & n. 2; 4/283 & n. 1, 337 & n. 1; 7/167 & n. 3;
GWYN, Nell, actress:
chron. series:
P's admiration, 6/73 & pg 121n. 2; 8/193, 463; 9/189, 410;
lodges in Drury Lane, 8/193 & n. 3;
he meets at theatre, 8/27–8, 463 & n. 5;
kisses, 8/27–8;
she leaves stage for Lord Buckhurst, 8/334 & n. 2, 337, 371, 503;
returns, 8/395, 402;
poverty, 8/402;
brought up in brothel, 8/503;
King's affection, 9/19
her performances:
P admires in The English monsieur, 7/401 & n. 2;
The humourous lieutenant, 8/27 & n. 3;
Secret Love, 8/91 & n. 2, 101, 129, 235;
The mad couple, 8/594 & n. 1;
The Duke of Lerma, 9/81 & n. 3;
criticises in The Indian Emperor, 8/395 & n. 2, 525;
in The Surprizall, 8/590 & n. 3
alluded to: 8/196
GYLES:
see Giles
GYSBY, Betty: 6/197
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