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'Index: I', Calendar of Treasury Papers, Volume 3: 1702-1707 (1874), pp. 622-625. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=79613 Date accessed: 24 July 2014.


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I'Anson, William, late a prisoner in the Fleet, salt works sold to, seized by the Crown; xcvii. 68.

Idiot, custody of person and estate of any; lxxxvi. 82; lxxxix. 5; ci. 23.

Imprest, auditors of; lxxix. 56; lxxx. 102; lxxxii. 57; lxxxiii. 82; lxxxiv. 112; lxxxix. 31, 57, 142; xci. 12; xcv. 105; xcviii. 9, 34, 57, 112; xcix. 1, 19, 116; c. 95; cii. 11, 79; ciii. 90.

Ince, Mr., or John, secretary of the bank; cii. 74, 86, 113; civ. 26.

Inchiquin, William, Earl of, grant of ground desired by, &c.; xcix. 52; ciii. 71.

Incidents, payment out of; lxxxvi. 9; xciv. 46.

Incledon, alias Wynyard, Anne; lxxxiv. 125.

India; lxxxii. 83.

-, gold exported to; lxxxix. 2a.

-, tin mines in; xcix. 7.

-, Company, the East; lxxix. 103; xcviii. 112; xcix. 15; cii. 53.

-, -, -, difficulties with the powder makers; xcviii. 38.

-, -, -, refuse to receive certain tallies; xcix. 58.

-, -, -, secretary to; ci. 55.

-, -, -, object to the form of security against breaking bulk; cii. 66.

-, -, the old East [or the Governor and Company of Merchants of London trading to the East Indies], in dentureto obviate disputes; lxxxi. 11.

-, -, -, credit of her Majesty carried to that of Sir B. Bathurst in their books; lxxxiv. 38.

-, -, -, petition for pardon of all breaches of the “two Million Act;” xcv. 8.

-, -, the new East [or the English Company trading to the E. Indies], indenture; lxxxi. 11.

-, -, -, per-centage arising by sale of goods to; lxxxvi. 14.

-, -, -, discounts claimed by; xcix. 63.

-, -, Old and New East, charter to unite, clause in, concerning the security; lxxix. 63, 103.

-, -, -, indenture of conveyance of dead stock of; lxxxi. 10.

-, -, -, valuation of unrated goods imported by; lxxxvi. 143; lxxxviii. 29.

-, -, -, Customs due from; lxxxviii. 6; xcvii. 90; xcviii. 63.

-, East, fleet, under Admiral Dilkes; lxxxvii. 78.

-, -, goods; lxxxvi. 14; xcvii. 96.

-, -, -, merchants who bought up, for exportation; xcii. 1.

-, -, merchants; xcv. 88.

-, -, ships, running goods out of; ciii. 52.

-, West, contract of Mr. Dummer [for the packet boats]; cii. 91, 120.

-, -, correspondence, how propounded and performed; xcvi. 74.

-, -, -, receipts and payments; lxxxvii. 136.

-, -, packet boats, or vessels carrying the mails; lxxxvii. 34, 45; lxxxix. 8, 47, 64; xci. 25, 46; xcii. 10; xcix. 124.

-, -, -, to carry goods; lxxxvi. 85.

-, -, -, course of, length of voyage, salary for providing, &c.; xcv. 62.

-, -, sloops, accounts of the first voyage; lxxxvi. 10.

-, -, regiments, officers in, administrators of, &c.; xcv. 97.

-, -, -, poundage for; xcii. 83.

-, -, -, arrived in England and Ireland; lxxxvii. 94.

Indian affairs (American), secretary for; xci. 37; xciii. 10; xcvii. 45.

-, -, -, salary, &c.; cii. 39 (p. 512).

Indians, the, in New England; lxxxii. 58; xci. 48; xciii. 22; cii. 39; ciii. 61.

-, -, -, expenses of the war against; xciii. 90.

-, five nations of warlike, bordering on New York; xc. 10; xciv. 7.

Indies, the, two brothers of Mr. Granville in; xc. 2.

-, the East, examination of witnesses about Capt. Kidd's effects in; xciv. 110.

-, -, merchants trading to, against raising the price of tin; xcix. 97.

-, -, tin to be had in; xcv. 88.

-, the West; lxxxiv. 19, 67, 92, 106; lxxxv. 41; lxxxvii. 124; lxxxviii. 20; xc. 5; xci. 48, 127; xcvi. 59; xcvii. 47; xcviii. 2; xcix. 39; c. 21; cii. 130.

-, -, the colonels in, levy money; xcvii. 12.

-, -, commanders in, credits for; lxxxiv. 82.

-, -, commissary general for the forces sent to; xci. 95.

-, -, deputy commissary of musters in, appointment of a; xci. 110.

-, -, correspondence to, receipts and expenses of; lxxxvii. 136, 149.

-, -, fleet going to or in, agent for prizes on board the; xciii. 130; xciv. 47; xcvi. 65.

-, -, goods from, seized; lxxxvi. 8.

-, -, -, entry of, in Scotland; cii. 134.

-, -, grant of certain wrecks in; ci. 16.

-, -, half-pay officers refusing to serve in, list; lxxxiv. 50.

-, -, income from letters to; cii. 91.

-, -, mails and goods for, where received; xcix. 57.

-, -, monthly correspondence to, estimate; lxxxix. 81.

-, -, physician general to the, pay, &c.; xc. 94.

-, -, postage to; cii. 120.

-, -, prize courts, &c. in; xcvi. 31.

-, -, prizes carried into, or taken in; xciii. 52; xciv. 105; xcvi. 26.

-, -, -, not accounted for; xcix. 111.

-, -, -, agents for, imperfect accounts from; xc. 97.

-, -, regiments in, or going to; lxxxiv. 26; lxxxv. 27; xci. 6; xcix. 112.

-, -, -, officers and men respited, and absent with Queen's leave from; lxxxvii. 154.

-, -, regiments late in, debt and pay; lxxxviii. 80; xci. 47.

-, -, ships returning from, query as to; cii. 109.

-, -, silver from; lxxx. 105 (p. 39).

-, -, squadron in, commanders of; lxxxiv. 82.

-, -, transport of H.M. forces to, commissioners for; xcvi. 117.

-, -, transport ships to, cost of victualling; xc. 114.

Ingleton, Edward, concealed Crown rents; lxxx. 50.

Inglis, Alexander; lxxxiv. 101.

Ingoldsby, Col., expenses of regiment of; lxxxi. 78.

-, -, or Col. Richard, commanding an independent company in New York; lxxxiii. 8; lxxxv. 16; lxxxvi. 12; xcvi. 97.

-, Major-General; lxxxv. 138.

Ingram, Col., conveyed to France; lxxxviii. 3.

Inheritance, estate of, unjustly concealed from the Crown; lxxxv. 17.

Ink, certain fraudulent; ci. 51.

Inland offices, number of letters from; lxxxi 102.

Inniskilling (Ireland), services of garrison of; lxxxvi. 60.

Inquisition, losses by the; lxxix. 41.

-, Greek youths and the; lxxxvii 142 (p. 208).

Interest on merchants' bonds, a clause touching; xcvii. 55.

Invalids, the; lxxxix. 82; c. 47, 55; cii. 34.

-, allowance of clothing, &c. to each soldier in the; cii. 34.

-, intendant of, minute, &c. concerning office of; civ. 49.

-, at Chelsea, list of, &c.; lxxxviii. 79.

-, at Chester; lxxxiii. 41; lxxxv. 7, 55, 106.

-, in N. Britain, intendant, officers, &c. of; civ. 37.

-, at Shields, &c.; lxxxvii. 122.

-, at Tinmouth; lxxx. 129; lxxxiii. 37; lxxxvi. 99; lxxxvii. 122; xci. 132.

-, at Windsor, &c.; lxxxiii. 37.

Invernesse; ci. 97.

Ipsum, an, on the bailiff, mistaken for a rentcharge; lxxxviii. 37.

Ipswich, an invitation to serve in parliament for; ciii. 58.

Ireland; lxxxv. 119; lxxxvi. 101, 124; lxxxix. 104; xc. 10, 52; xcii. 33; xciii. 72; xcv. 97; xcvii. 103; ci. 38, 76, 78, 111; cii. 7, 96; ciii. 34; civ. 52.

-, accountant general of, and office of; xcv. 64.

-, agent for pirates' goods, &c. in; xciii. 85.

-, archbishops and bishops of, memorial as to first fruits; ci. 90.

-, army in, late commissaries general for; cii. 26.

-, -, in arrear; ci. 70.

-, artillery train for reduction of, in 1689, paymaster of; lxxxv. 123.

-, attorney or solicitor general for. See Attorney and Solicitor General of Ireland.

-, auditor general of; xci. 118.

-, battle-axes in, company of; xci. 126.

-, business of, depending at the Treasury; xci. 147.

-, butlerage and prizage of; lxxxiii. 63; xc. 122; ci. 40.

-, cash in collectors' hands, names of ports in, &c.; lxxxvii. 66.

-, civil list in, in arrear; ci. 70.

-, clergy of, first fruits and twentieth parts; xci. 125; ci. 90.

-, commissioners for the state of, report from; lxxxvii. 77.

-, deputy commissaries of musters in, pay of; lxxxvii. 119.

-, debt from, to the Ordnance Office; xcviii. 38.

-, East India goods run in; xcvii. 96.

-, ecclesiastical livings in, Crown revenue from; ci. 90.

-, establishment of, memorial for placing regiments on; xcix. 59.

-, -, debate on charges of; lxxxvii. 77.

-, -, a French pensioner on the; xcviii. 48.

-, Exchequer in. See Exchequer.

-, excise in. See Excise.

-, farmers of, hard usage from the Crown, &c.; xcvi. 87.

-, fire in, losses by; cii. 107.

-, forfeited estates in, or forfeitures; lxxxi. 66; lxxxviii. 31, 76; xcv. 54; xcvi. 45; ciii. 66.

-, -, proposal to raise money for the government from; lxxxviii. 76.

-, fortifications and ammunition in, address as to; xcvi. 11.

-, government in, and House of Commons, proceedings of; lxxxvii. 78.

-, governors of; xci. 71 (p. 285); c. 38.

-, horses from; cii. 101.

-, ill-practices in the supply of provisions to France; cii. 48.

-, first library for public use in; lxxxvi. 107.

-, lieutenant-generals in, and pay; xcv. 22.

-, lighthouses in, account of the; xci. 71; xcii. 58; xciv. 75.

-, linen manufacture, &c. in. See Linen Manufacture.

-, Lord Chancellor of; xciv. 58; cii. 18, 29, 55.

-, -, equipage; cii. 73.

-, Lord Lieutenant of; lxxxi. 17; lxxxiv. 53, 54; lxxxvi. 56, 71, 117, 137; lxxxvii. 5, 39; xci. 98, 112; xcii. 74; xcvi. 73, 78; xcvii. 66, 110; xcix. 11, 59, 68, 75,83; cii. 73, 81, 83, 98, 103, 107, 127; ciii. 38, 44, 55, 64, 66, 71, 75, 80; civ. 14.

-, -, fees for Queen's letters to; lxxxv. 24.

-, Lords Justices of; lxxxi. 1; lxxxii. 14; lxxxvi. 107 (p. 175); xci. 125; xcv. 22, 34; xcvi. 73; xcvii. 51; xcviii. 5; c. 46; ci. 18, 109; cii. 14, 52, 89.

-, money sent to, seized; xcvi. 33.

-, muskets for, contract; xcvii. 58; xcviii. 18.

-, not affording horses proper for a dragoon regiment; xcviii. 49.

-, ordnance in, master of the; xci. 99.

-, -, state of, and cost of renovation, &c.; xcv. 73.

-, parliament in; xcviii. 8; xcix. 2; ci. 90.

-, -, expense of; xci. 81; xcv. 75.

-, paymaster of the train for reducing; xcix. 77.

-, paymasters of, fees on passing accounts of; lxxxv. 101.

-, payments of debts in quarters in; xci. 98.

-, pedlars, petty chapmen, and “gray merchants” in; lxxxiv. 122.

-, pensions in; xcvi. 13; xcvii. 110; ciii. 15.

-, -, fallen in; xcviii. 78.

-, See Ports.

-, post office in, under whose care; lxxxvi. 56.

-, powder sent to; lxxxi. 17.

-, power to coin pence, &c. in, petition for; lxxxiv. 122.

-, Protestant interest in, service done to; lxxxvii. 5.

-, public debt between England and; xci. 80.

-, quit rents in; lxxxiv. 70; lxxxv. 54; xcvi. 6.

-, -, pension out of; c. 38.

-, ships employed in the reduction of, a suit about; lxxxix. 95.

-, reformed officers and second serjeant-at-arms in; cii. 103.

-, regiments in, or going to or from; lxxxi. 91, 96; lxxxiv. 19; lxxxvii. 94; xc. 107; xcviii. 20; xcix. 40; cii. 63; ciii. 75, 77.

-, revenue of. See Revenue of Ireland.

-, salt lost, going to; xcvii. 25.

-, seizure of ships in, for trade with France; xcii. 70.

-, ships importing French goods into Great Britain not seizable in; ciii. 21.

-, service in; xci. 45, 55; xcvi. 13.

-, survey and making a canal in, cost of, &c.; xciii. 101.

-, surveyor general of the coasts of, for preventing export of wool into France; c. 27.

-, tobacco, &c. landed in, returning officer for; xci. 140.

-, trade in, decay of; ci. 18.

-, troops in, made to encamp, for better discipline; xcviii. 21.

-, undisposed lands in; lxxxiv. 70; lxxxv. 54.

-, war in; xcix. 56; ciii. 22.

-, wool sent from, to France; lxxxix. 110; xci. 1.

Ireton, Henry, late collector of excise; lxxx. 58.

Irish at Gravesend, a skirmish with the; xcv. 19.

-, college at Louvain, Greek youths put into the; lxxxvii. 142 (p. 208).

-, establishment, pensions on; xcix. 2.

-, forfeitures, Act of the, and an estate forfeited by; xci. 136.

-, forfeitures, trustees for, claim allowed by; xci. 136.

-, law officers, petition as to their salaries; ci. 70.

-, linen. See Linen.

-, House of Commons, or Parliament, details of proceedings in; lxxxvii. 77; xciii. 113.

-, regiment in France, a former colonel of an; xc. 10.

-, reports, abstract of; civ. 12.

-, revenue, annuity out of the; xciii. 57.

-, Treasury, a robbery in; cii. 12.

Iron, manufacture of, in England, and additional duty on; c. 91.

-, works in and near [the forest of Dean], owners of; xcvii. 32.

Irwin, John, a prisoner in Carlisle gaol, petition; c. 93.

Isaacson, Anthony, “younger son of an ancient family,” petitions; xc. 20; xcii. 92.

-, -, late employed in connection with the logwood duty in London, petition; xcvi. 68.

-, James; lxxx. 24.

-, -, gent., contriver of duties on stamped vellum, and a commissioner; lxxx. 14.

Iselt Hall, in co. of Cumberland; xciii. 109.

Italy, the 8,000 men in; xcv. 107; xcix. 7.

-, German generals in, help given to; xci. 17.

-, gold in; lxxx. 105 (p. 39).

-, letters and packets to, expenses for; xcviii. 27.

-, Prussian soldiers in, payment for; xcv. 68.

-, remittance of money to, for government, proposals; xcvi. 116; civ. 5.

-, saltpetre sent to; xcvi. 28.

-, statues and a head bought in, list and price of; lxxxvi. 76.

-, troops going to; xcvii. 35.

-, war in, expense accruing to her Majesty for, for 1706; xcvii. 74.

Ixworth abbey, near Bury, in Suffolk; lxxxvi. 92.



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