Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 37, 1671-1672. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1939.
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Inchiquin, earl of. See O'Brien, Murrough.
-, hope for increased trade with, from Dutch war, 139; fear of injury to trade with, from war, 195; England to get satisfaction about, 245.
-, reported capture of Dutch ships from, 197.
-, English would prefer conquests in, to Dutch islands, 250; Dutch ready to allow English to trade at factories in, 261.
-, fleet from escaped Ruyter in last war, 268.
-, Portuguese hope to profit in, by joining alliance against Dutch, 277.
-, departure of convoys depends on sale of goods from, 305.
-, East. See East Indies.
-, West. See West Indies.
Indulgence, declaration of, 187, 202.
-, stir caused by, 186, 225; king will not allow malcontents to take advantage of, 225.
-, considered a weakness to thank king for, 225; granted for the relief of Catholics, 226, 246; queen claims credit for, 227; intended to reduce sectaries to order, 246.
Innsbruck, Insbruch [Tyrol, Austria], 149, 196.
-, Gascoigne at, 144; he leaves, 214; he sets out for, to inform about marriage treaty, 304.
-, archduchess of. See Claudia Felicitas.
-, rates of, 36, 326, 329.
-, special for those lending money to king, 18.
-, 8 or 9 per cent. on loans, 30.
-, Dutch much lower than English, 33.
-, paid by goldsmiths and charged to king, 296.
-, king pays 12 per cent. to E. India Co., 315, 323.
-, proposed tax on, 15.
invention: method of casting iron cannon, 163.
Ipre. See Ypres.
-, fears of landings in, 24.
-, rebel of concerned in attempt to steal crown jewels, 49.
-, fertile and inhabited by warlike race, 55; troops kept in, 56.
-, Hamilton goes to to levy troops for France, 87n.; permission given to raise troops in, 91; Roscommon raising troops in, 101.
-, Dutch to ask for levies in, 135.
-, privileges granted to Catholics in, 247, 252; trouble in through suppression of superfluous offices, 252.
-, Dutch ship taken and escaped from, 257.
-, Louis asks for levies of, 80; levy of, 87n., 91.
-, troops in France, in Monmouth's regiment, 227.
-, England rich in, 55.
-, Levant Co. exports, 58.
Isabella Maria, princess of Portugal:
-, Queen Catherine refuses to be godmother to, 70.
Isola, baron dell'. See Lisola.
-, proposal to export salt fish to, by Venice, 29.
-, English relations with slight, 71.
-, distinguished persons from, with Mocenigo, 73.
Iturrieta, Michiele de, Spanish resident in France:
-, to remonstrate with Lionne about Flanders, 3; does not believe that Anglo-French alliance will last, 168.
-, Monterey informs of Brandenburg's march to help Dutch, 237.
ivory, captured in Dutch ship, 265n.