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'Index: I', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 1: 1556-1696 (1868), pp. 616-618. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79497 Date accessed: 24 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Iceland, 157, 326.

Idough, the territory of, in the co. of Kilkenny, 393.

Illing, John, (Customs), 142.

Imber, manor of, office of bailiff and collector of rents, 33.

Imports, 484.

Impositions, the new, 165, 440, 557.

-, -, -, and additional, 560.

Imprests, 300, 303, 306, 318, 343.

Imprest, auditors of, 115, 140, 184, 390, 511, 519.

-, money, 213, 217, 221, 228.

Impresting seamen, 239.

Inch, the island of, near Londonderry, 212.

Inchiquin, the Earl of, the death of, 241.

-, -, petitions for timber to rebuild his house, 353.

-, -, governor of Kinsale, his entertainment 20s. a day, petition of, 478.

Incidents, allowance by way of, 501, 535.

-, money issued by, 75.

India, 213.

-, East India Company, or the English East India Company, 83, 99, 196, 197, 255, 279, 325, 334, 381 (2), 459, 460 (6).

-, -, petitions of, 40, 132, 164, 200, 539.

-, -, -, the old, 430.

-, -, -, Scotland, 484.

-, -, refusal to accept their bills for customs, 200.

-, -, the privilege of coining, 214.

-, -, claim right for aliens' goods to be imported under their permission (Customs), 408.

-, -, extracts from their charter, 408.

-, -, by their charter to furnish saltpetre, 432.

India, East, goods, 266, 414, 423.

-, -, -, manner of landing, 132, 133.

-, -, -, rates of, &c., 16, 191.

-, -, -, tallies on, 271.

-, -, money of, 328 (2).

-, -, prosecutors of the forfeitures, 382.

-, -, subscriptions, 430.

Indies, the East, merchants trading to, see India (East) Company.

-, East, 171.

-, East and West, the trade to, 229.

Indian flowers, 373.

India goods, 567.

-, imposition on, 266.

Indians, the, presents to, 231.

-, treaties with, 484.

India ships, 567.

Indies, the Spanish, 336.

Indies, the West, or India, West, 105, 137, 143, 147, 248, 258, 282, 287, 296, 325, 333, 336 (2), 367, 384, 388, 398, 450, 457, 487, 489, 499, 549, 560.

-, -, plantations, 224.

-, -, the expedition, 357, 359, 400 (2), 412.

-, -, clothing (army), 398, 412.

-, -, ships there, 451.

-, -, a distemper on board ships there, 452.

-, -, the ships for, to be provisioned, 566.

-, -, regiment of foot there, 274.

-, -, squadron for, 263.

Indigo, 135, 275.

Influence of the times, 30.

Inglecomb, manor of, co. Somerset, 9.

Inglewood, the forest of, Cumberland, lands concealed from the Crown, 292.

Ingoldby, Col., 327.

-, -, the regiment of, 88, 248.

Ingram, Matthew, 176.

Inly, Ensign Darby, 317.

Inman, Henry, of Cockermouth, merchant, 351.

Inning, or embanking, 252.

Inniskilling, 153.

-, the garrison and forces at, 568.

-, estate near, 568.

Innkeepers, 158.

Inquisitions returned to the Exchequer, 240.

Inspection, Comrs of, (Ireland), 350, 353 (2).

Intelligence, conveyance of, 130.

Interest of money, 305.

-, 6 per cent., 5, 271, 469.

-, the national, 290.

Interlopers, ships and goods of, seized, 381.

-, their Majesties' moiety of the ships, &c. of, 382.

Interloping persons, 4.

Invasion, the intended, 527.

-, of the western coasts by the French, deposition as to, 178.

Inventions, 323.

Invention of rounding money, &c., 506.

-, see Draining.

Inventory of goods, 160.

Invincible, the, French man-of-war, afterwards named the Scarborough, 470.

Ipswich, 137, 179, 266, 272.

-, collector of customs at, 306.

Ireland, 4, 22, 25, 35 (2), 36 (4), 37, 38 (2), 39 (3), 40, 41 (3), 47, 55, 59 (2), 60, 67 (2), 72 (2), 74, 77 (2), 79 (2), 83, 88, 90, 95, 98, 102 (4), 106, 107, 109, 110, 118, 119 (2), 120, 133 (2), 134, 135 (3), 137, 143, 149, 152 (2), 163, 166, 168 (2), 172 (2), 173 (2), 175, 180, 181 (2), 184, 186 (3), 187, 188, 189 (2), 191, 197, 211, 212, 219 (2), 220 (3), 222, 232, 236, 239, 241, 242, 243, 245, 248, 249 (2), 251 (2), 252, 255, 256, 257, 258, 260, 262, 263, 268 (2), 271, 273 (2), 278, 280, 282, 291, 293, 297, 299, 301, 303, 304 (2), 305, 307, 308, 311, 312 (3), 313 (2), 314 (3), 317, 319, 322 (3), 323, 324, 329, 332, 334, 335, 342 (2), 345, 346 (2), 347 (2), 348, 350 (4), 354, 359, 362, 363, 367, 375 (3), 376, 377, 392, 403, 406 (2), 412, 413, 417 (2), 419, 423, 425, 427, 430, 431, 433 (2), 434, 445, 456, 462, 463, 465, 470, 477, 485, 489 (2), 503, 506, 511, 516, 519, 534, 544 (2), 565, 572.

-, the Advocate General, 565.

-, army for the reduction of, 42, 71, 155.

-, -, of, 115, 117, 145, 161, 196, 218, 222.

-, -, stores for, 186, 194.

-, -, in, 557, 559.

-, -, the debt of, 468 (2).

-, Attorney General of, 467, 469, 471, 472 (2), 473, 478, 479 (3), 485 (3), 486, 492, 494, 501, 510, 510, 526, 544, 554, 558.

-, the Auditor General of, 490, 557.

-, coals for, 46 (2).

-, commanding officers in, misapply money, 501.

-, Comrs of Account, 457, 459.

-, committee for the affairs of, 62 (2), 71, 74, 102, 113, 114, 119 (2), 120, 168 (2), 182, 184.

-, concealed estates, forfeited, 481.

-, copper halfpence for, the effigies on, 111.

-, Council for, the Lords of, or the Council Board of Dublin, 276, 277, 299, 300, 468.

-, customs, sheep and cattle transported to, custom free, 218,

-, Comrs of Customs in, 243 (2), 348.

-, -, memorial of, 403.

-, disbursements in, 485 (2).

-, Dutch regiment in, 206.

-, Exchequer, the Barons of the, 453.

-, excise of, 410.

-, inland excise, surveyor [or surveyor general] of, 354, 397.

-, field officers in, 345.

-, forces for, 170.

-, -, to be brought from, 203, 204, 205, 212, 215, 216, 225.

-, -, in, 220, 318.

-, forfeited lands, three commissions for seizing, 371.

-, forfeited lands, 355 (2), 371, 378, 380, 486, 490, 494, 495, 497, 500, 501, 502, 511, 560, 565 (2).

-, -, list of, 490, 502, 565.

-, forfeited lands, Comrs for, 307, 435, 453, 462, 473, 490, 492, 497, 506 (2), 565.

-, -, Comrs for inspection of the, duties neglected, their chief business to get in their own salaries, &c., 453.

-, forfeitures of the rebels, Comrs for, 191.

-, forfeitures, state of the, 453.

-, fortifications, the chief engineer, &c. of, 476.

-, the forts, &c. out of repair, 497.

-, the Four Courts rebuilding, 469.

-, French Protestants to plant there, 468.

-, the general governors of, 342.

-, the government of, 246, 336.

-, governors of, the office of first secretary of, 425.

-, the hearth money, 458, 463.

-, hospitals in, 171, 222.

-, House of Commons of, 467, 468, 475.

-, [House of] Lords, 476.

-, -, address the Lord Lieutenant, 485.

-, justices of, 246.

-, the Lord Chancellor, 453, 476.

-, the Lord Deputy General and general government of, 458.

-, the Lord Deputy, 470, 471 (2), 472, 476 (3), 485 (2), 488, 499, 501 (2), 526, 568.

-, lords justices of, 156, 192, 220, 270, 297, 321, 324, 330 (2), 340, 342, 347, 348, 349, 353 (2), 355 (2), 358, 370, 371, 377, 379, 380, 384, 391, 393, 395, 399 (3), 401, 402, 408, 425 (2), 433, 435 (2), 436, 440, 443, 445 (2), 469 (2), 481, 506, 512, 544, 553 (2), 555 (2), 556, 557, 558 (2), 559, 560, 561, 565 (3), 566.

-, the lords justices and general governors of, 404, 405 (2), 406, 408 (2), 439, 492.

-, the lords of the committee of the affairs of, 299.

-, the Lord Lieutenant of, 5, 251 (2), 270, 276 (2), 301, 302, 347, 350, 358, 363, 376, 452, 453, 458, 459, 462, 467 (2), 468, 473, 478, 479, 485 (2), 486, 490 (2), 491, 493, 494, 497 (2), 502, 506 (2), 510, 526.

-, -, the deputies of, 363.

-, -, the embarkation of, 258, 259; see also Sidney.

-, [measures], the gallon for liquids, 466 (2).

-, the musters of, 204.

-, -, controller of the, &c., 471

-, the muster-master general, 471, 510.

-, -, of forces in, had to supply the Comrs of Parliament in England with copies of the musters, and afterwards had to bring the rolls over, his extraordinary charges, &c., 228, 231.

-, the deputy commissaries of musters 230.

-, the new establishment of, 324, 505.

-, Ordnance department, 426.

-, Parliament of, address to the Governor General, &c., 467, 468.

-, poll-money, for reduction of, 45.

-, the post office in, and officers of, 223, 411, 412, 486.

-, the deputy-postmaster of, 369.

-, Privy Council in, 565.

-, Protestants in, 247.

-, the Protestant interest in, 468.

-, powder and shot for, 184.

-, provisions and artillery in, 237.

-, provost marshal in, 349.

-, quit rents of, 399.

-, the rebellion, 74, 493, 526 (2).

-, receiver general, the deputy, 453, 471.

-, reduction of, 209, 207.

-, regiments in, 211, 482.

-, reprisals in, 540.

-, revenue of, the farmers of the. 22.

-, the revenue of, 22, 38, 464, 566, 569.

-, Comrs of Revenue of, 156 (3), 157, 165, 166, 182 (2), 185, 192, 215, 232, 246, 250, 255 (2), 262 (2), 283, 309, 319, 324, 330, 340, 362, 376, 405, 408, 413, 419, 453, 458, 463 (3), 467, 470, 472, 475, 492, 495, 497, 501, 502, 506 (2), 514, 533, 553, 557 (2), 558, 560, 565 (2), 570.

-, -, petitions of, 397, 402, 477.

-, -, scandalously reflected on, 403.

-, -, scurvy treatment from Mr. Babe, pray for his discharge, 477.

-, -, an exposure of the proceedings of, by John Richardson, 566.

-, -, the secretary of, 283.

-, the revolutions there, 36.

-, silver money for, 376.

-, Solicitor General of, 393, 440, 452, 467, 473 (2), 476 (2), 478 (2), 488, 490, 493, 502, 506 (2), 565 (2).

-, timber to be loaded in, delayed, 561.

-, tin farthings and halfpence sent there, &c., 111, 112, 224.

-, transportation to and from, 223.

-, the treasury in, 511.

-, the wars in, 318, 319, 392, 396, 402, 456, 500, 502.

-, wool, exportation of, 4, 5.

Ireton, Mr., mourning connected with the stables, 425.

Irish army, 41, 187.

-, -, establishment, 170, 183 (2).

-, -, landed at Molaix (France), 289.

-, -, or troops, 435, 499.

-, arrears, 349, 397, 433, 435, 511, 522.

Irish militia, 196.

-, officers, 337.

-, Papists, 526.

-, post office, 461, 486.

-, -, produced about 1,500l. in a quarter of a year, 461.

-, rebels, the, 96.

-, seas, 345.

-, soldiers, 39, 258, 259.

-, transport ships, 209.

-, troops for Hamburg, 225, 269.

-, -, transported to France, 248.

Iron, 568.

Irthington, manor of, 442.

Isaac, the, brigantine of London, taken, retaken, &c., 467.

Isaac, the Hon. Mr., 154.

Isaacson, Anthony, 82, 88, 91, 103, 104 (2), 105.

-, Mr. Anthony, collector of the port of Newcastle, surcharge on, 165.

-, Mr. James, 335.

-, Mr., (Customs), 278.

Italian raw silks, 549.

Itchingham, John, the estate of (Ireland), 565.

Iveagh, Lord, colonel of a regiment, 317.

Ivie, Daniel, of Exeter, merchant, and another, petition of, 559 (2).



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