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'Index: I', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 2: 1697-1702 (1871), pp. 603-605. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79562 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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Ilfracombe; lxxiii. 48.

Imber, James, chief officer in the boat at Hurst (Cowes); lxii. 18.

Impositions (taxes); lviii. 42.

Impressment, order of; lxii. 33.

Imprest bills; lxii. 59; lxxiv. 25.

-, rolls; lxi. 38; lxii. 20.

-, auditors of; xlvii. 62; lvii. 76; lviii. 9; lxvii. 21; lxxii. 52; lxxiii. 54.

India, the English company trading to; lxx. 25.

-, Company, the East; xliii. 37; xlvii. 26, 64; lv. 26; lxiii. 64; lxvii. 1; lxix. 46; lxx. 25; lxxii. 9.

-, -, the new East; lxiii. 38; lxvii. 23; lxviii. 51; lxix. 46; lxxiii. 39; lxxvi. 50.

-, -, -, warehouse at the steel yard; lxxvi. 31.

-, -, the old East; lxviii. 51; lxix. 46; lxxiii. 39; lxxv, 55; lxxvi. 25.

-, -, -, their debts; lxxvi. 50.

-, -, -, their warehouses in St. Helen' and Leadenhall; lxxvi. 31.

-, -, -, warehouse called Blewhouse, in St. Helen's; lxxvii. 21.

-, -, the Scotch; liv. 17.

-, East, goods; xlv. 24; xlviii. 53; liii. 20a; lix. 30; lxx. 58; lxxi. 45; lxxvii. 7, 21.

-, -, goods imported in America pp. 212, 214, 223, 229, 481.

-, -, silks, &c. from; lxxvi. 28.

-, merchandize for; lxxii. 47.

Indians, the Eastern, p. 214.

-, the five nations, &c.; lvi. 25; pp. 206, 208; lvii. 12; lviii. 28; lxviii. 38; lxix. 31.

-, presents to the, on the coast of Darien, &c.; lxxi. 51.

-, the river, p. 214.

-, North American, had like to have gone over to the French, p. 325.

Indies, the East, the trade to; lvii. 62.

-, -, pirates in; lvi. 32.

-, the Spanish West; lvi. 80.

Indies, the West; xliii. 12; xlv. 68; xlvi. 28a. 87; lxxiii. 43; lxxv. 53; lxxviii. 2, 41.

-, -, troops from; lxxiv. 4.

Informations, false; liii. 14.

Ingleton, Edward, gent., concealed lands; lxxvii. 40.

Ingoldsby, Brigadier; lx. 18.

-, Col.; lvii. 42.

Innkeepers, the clamours of, &c.; xlv. 73; l. 34; lxi. 32.

-, law as to the goods of their guests; liii. 22.

Invalids, soldiers; lxxviii. 47, 48, 52.

Invasion, the intended, in 1695; lxi. 33.

Inwood, John, an evidence for the Crown; li. 17.

Ipswich; lxxi. 31; lxxiii. 61.

-, the town of, the privileges of; lxx. 27; lxxiii. 61.

Ireland, account of the affairs of; xlvi. 11.

-, army payments; xliv. 79.

-, the auditor general; lxv. 18.

-, barracks in; li. 45.

-, establishment for civil list; lvi. 29.

-, clerk of the cheque; lxvi. 38.

-, the coinage of; lxxiv. 22.

-, commissary general of musters; lxvi. 38.

-, Commissioners of accounts; lxxi. 3.

-, Commissioners of revenue and forfeitures; xliii. 8, 23, 30, 36, 61, 72, 75; xliv. 20, 43; xlv. 14, 63; xlvi. 29, 31, 49, 61, 67; xlvii. 51; xlviii. 10; xlix. 4, 31, 37; l. 14, 16; li. 47, 58; lii. 25, 46, 54; liv. 32, 33; lv. 54; lvi. 27, 50; lvii. 6; lviii. 52; lix. 57; lx. 1; lxi. 14; lxii. 13, 23, 55, 61, 76; lxiii. 32; lxiv. 43, 50, 51; lxv. 7, 18, 22; lxviii. 28, 53; lxix. 23; lxx. 35; lxxi. 24; lxxii. 13; lxxiii. 47; lxxvi. 14; lxxvii. 23.

-, concealed lands; l. 15; lxxi. 36.

-, establishment for pensions in; lxvi. 12; lxxv. 75; lxxvi. 29.

-, ferries in, various; lxiv. 28.

-, first-fruits and twentieths; lxii. 41; lxxvii. 50.

-, forces in; lxii. 64.

-, forfeited estates or lands in; xliii. 75; xliv. 34, 38, 71. 78; xlvi. 64, 93; xlviii. 30; xlix. 4; lii. 3.; lvi. 15, 27; lxiv. 28, 50; lxvi. 12; lxix. 3; lxx. 35; lxxi. 50; lxxii. 20.

-, forfeited estates resumed in; lxxiii. 37.

-, forfeited lands, a fourth to be allowed to discoverers of; xlvii. 35.

-, gamekeeper in; lxxvii. 49.

-, the governors of, allowances to; xlvi. 11.

-, the House of Lords; xliii. 50; lix. 40, 67.

-, the Houses of Parliament; lvii. 75.

-, the inland excise; lxvi. 31.

-, the judges petition, &c. for increased pay; xliii. 25; xlvii. 35, 42, 62.

-, -, their salary; lxii. 60.

-, land in, the highest offer for “setting” 2s. an acre; l. 14.

-, loan in; lxxviii. 71.

-, the Lords Justices of; xliii. 8, 25, 30, 32, 33, 50, 57, 61, 72, 75, 78; xliv. 1, 7, 21, 43, 71, 78; xlv. 14, 57, 60, 63, 66; xlvi. 11, 29, 31, 42, 49, 53, 61, 64, 67, 90, 92, 93; xlvii. 35, 38, 42, 51, 79; xlviii. 10, 16, 22, 30, 37, 49, 61; xlix. 4, 13, 31, 36, 37; l. 1, 10, 14, 16, 47; li. 15, 21, 25, 29, 34, 45, 47, 82; lii. 3, 25, 27, 46; liii. 17, 37, 38, 41; 48, 51, 52; liv. 15, 25, 53; lv. 25, 52; lvi. 15, 28, 51, 54, 61; lvii. 3, 4, 8, 75; lix. 40, 57, 59, 67, 68, 72; lx. 14, 22, 30, 45, 64; lxi. 14, 20, 40, 48; lxii. 13, 23, 60, 64, 67, 72, 74, 76; lxiii. 32; lxiv. 2, 23, 28, 49, 56, 57; lxv. 4, 18, 22; lxvi. 24; lxvii. 10, 24; lxix. 53; lxx. 65; lxxii. 13, 15, 27; lxxiii. 11b, 47.

-, -, their entertainment, lxv. 4.

-, -, speech to the Houses of Parliament; lvi. 51.

-, the Lords Lieutenants of; lxxiii. 25; lxxiv. 7; lxxvii. 24.

-, magazines in; lxxviii. 39.

-, manufacture of cloth and linen in; liii. 44; lxvii. 24.

-, medicines sent to; lxxviii. 2.

-, mention of; xliv. 78; liv. 21, 22; lxxv. 47; lxxviii. 11.

-, millitary contingencies fund; lvi. 54.

-, military establishment of; lvi. 28.

-, military magazine there; lxxviii. 20, 39.

-, papers relating to; lv. 3.

-, the pay office; lxvi. 38.

-, presbiterian ministers in the north of; lx. 64.

-, produce of revenue; lxvi. 29, 31, lxxiii. 26.

-, Protestant refugees at Cork; lxi. 48.

-, the reduction of; lvi. 84.

-, the rebellion; xliv. 32; liv. 25; lxiv. 50.

-, receiver general; xlvii. 14.

-, regiments going to or from; xliii. 9; li, 25; liv. 6.

-, the revenue; li. 58; lviii. 26, 52; lxii. 23, 60, 72; lxiii. 49; lxvi. 43; lxxi. 48, 60; lxxiii. 26, 37; lxxiv. 14, 66; lxxvi. 14; lxxvii. 37.

-, the second serjeant-at-arms in; xliii 2, 50.

-, settlement of properties; liii. 17.

-, the Society of London concerned in the plantation in the co. of Londonderry; lix. 68.

-, standard weights for, mint; xlviii. 49.

-, timber; xliii. 56; xlix. 37.

-, train for provisions; lii. 1.

-, valuable to a governor, p. 213.

-, woollen manufactory of; lxii. 67; lxviii. 53.

-, John, a pirate; lxv. 3.

Ireton, Henry, collector of excise; lxiii. 5.

-, Mr., collector of excise, dismissed; lxxii. 54.

Irish establishment; lxi. 40.

-, forces; lxii. 40.

-, papists; lxxviii. 6.

-, parliament; lxi. 20.

-, rebels; xliv. 78.

-, transport debt; xlv. 74.

Iron and steel, duty on, proposed; xliii. 21.

Irwynne, Arthur, Lord Viscount; xliv. 74; xlv. 53.

Isaac, Charles; lxi. 23.

-, Sir Charles; xlviii.; lxix. 22.

Isaacson, James, Esq., warehouse keeper in the port of London; xliii. 55.

Iseringe or Iseringhen, the camp at; xlv. 38, 44.

Ives, Nathaniel; lvii. 38, 39.

Ivie, Mr., merchant of Exeter; xliii. 68.



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