Index Of Persons and Places
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'Index Of Persons and Places: I', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 20: 1705-1706 (1952), pp. 856-861. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=84870 Date accessed: 31 October 2014.


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Ikerrin, Viscount. See Butler, P.

Ince
-, John, tenant of lands parcel of King's Mead, Wallingford, caveat in behalf of, 671
-, at the Bank of England, 671.

Inchiquin, Earl of. See O'Brien, W.

Incledon (Ingledon), John, and Ann his wife, formerly Ann Wynyard, housekeeper of the House of Peers or Palace at Westminster, allowance or fee to, 27, 310, 348, 386, 406, 465, 645, 655-656, 730.

debt due to, 27, 406, 437.

grants of office, 27, 406, 437.

house or lodgings of, 406
-, lease of, 406
-, petition concerning, 114, 128, 152, 406
-, ruinous, 27.

India, goods imported from, unrated, duties on, 702.

Indian Castle, Nevis, 659.

Indies, East. See East Indies.

-, West. See West Indies.

Ingledon. See Incledon.

Ingoldsby, Richard, colonel and lieutenant general, Independent Company of Foot of, New York, 500.

Master General of the Ordnance, Ireland, 199, 637
-, salary to, 71, 637.

Ingram, Eliz[abeth], reversionary annuity, 719.

-, James, reversionary annuity, 719.

-, Sarah, reversionary annuity, 719.

Inishbofin. See Buffin.

Innis, Joan, widow, petition of, 128.

Inwood, Robert, pension, allowance or bounty to, 748.

Ipswich, co. Suffolk, collector of Customs, salary to, in lieu of customer's fees, 701, 706. See also Knackston, J.

comptroller of Customs. See Boyer, P.
-, Carter, J.
-, Cook, I.

customer of, fees of, 701, 706. See also Boyer, P.
-, Bridgeman, T.

Ireland, 25, 704.

Accountant General, 159.

Accounts, Commissioners of, 488, 613, 732.

affairs of, Lords Committees for, 411, 412, 413
-, papers relating to, 32.

arms, sent to, stopped at Chester, 751
-, to be made in, 156, 158, 434
-, wanting in, to supply the Army and recruit the Ordnance stores, 400.

Army in. See Index of Subjects —Army, in Ireland.

assizes, 706.

Attorney General, 20, 28, 335.

buildings in. See Ireland— works and buildings.

canal from Lough Neagh to Newry, making of, charge for, too great, 239
-, survey for, payment for, 105, 239.

Chancery, 136.

Chief Governor, 131.

Civil List. See Ireland— Establishment.

clergy of, petition of, 104.

clothier of. See Kane, J.

clothing from, 297.

coals imported into, keeper of the accounts of. See Birchfeild, M.

coasts of, guard of, sale of vessel used for, 494
-, prize ships taken on, 771
-, southern, wool exported from, to France, 682
-, wrecks on, petition for new grant of, 262-263.

Commissioners for stating Army accounts, 326, 359, 669. See also Cartwright, H.
-, Vincent, H.

Common Pleas, Justice of. See Dolben, Sir G.
-, Lent circuit, 632.

Commons, House of, addresses of, 216, 239, 737
-, Member of. See Gore, A.
-, Speaker of, allowance to, 434
-, survey of canal from Lough Neagh to Newry, 239.

See also Ireland—Parliament of.

concordatums, 88, 435.

contingencies, 637.

Council of, 222
-, Clerk of, fees to, 434.

Criminal Prosecutor. See Trench, W.

Customs, Custom House at Dublin, completing and finishing the new building, 675.

duties, additional, on tobacco and other goods [as by 2 Anne, c. 4 and 4 Anne, c. 1], 158, 434.

officers, correspondence with, 253.

debts, contracted in, by regiments, 88, 200
-, due from England, state of, 401.

East India goods, imported from England, 253
-, smuggling of, from ships touching in Ireland, 97, 582, 633.

Establishment, 14, 81, 98, 199, 313, 536, 573, 658.

alterations and additions, 158, 441, 637.

Civil List, 649.

Military List or Contingencies, 81, 434, 441, 737, 769.

payments, regulations for postponing or restricting, 71, 637.

pensions on, and petitions for, 80, 81, 84, 88, 104, 105, 152, 157, 216, 230, 255, 260, 434, 446, 576, 586, 637, 646, 649, 700, 737
-, French pensioners, 3, 216, 441, 609, 649, 705, 745
-, on the revenue. See Ireland—revenue.

Exchequer Court, accounts to pass in, 131, 136.

Baron of. See Ecklin, Sir H.

Chief Baron of, death of, 208, 737. See also Freeman, R.

Exchequer Receipt, in Dublin, 638.

payments into, 207, 273, 747.

Pells, fees of, 769.

remittance from, to Exchequer, England, 638.

Excise, Commissioners of, new commission, 633. See also Everard, T.
-, Keightley, T.
-, Ogle, S.
-, South, J.
-, Southwell, Sir T.

duties, arrears of, partly lost in fire at Enniskillen, 496, 706.

gaugers, arrears received from, partly lost in fire, 496, 706
-, petition of, 496, 706.

extraordinaries, 435.

finances of, supplies deficient, 230.

forfeited estates. See Ireland— lands.

fortifications, 435, 500, 637.

French officers in, pensioners on the Irish Establishment, to become officers of French Regiments of Foot to be raised in England, 609
-, royal bounty to, for travelling charges and equipment, 609.

French pensioners. See Ireland —Establishment, pensions on.

garrisons. See Index of Subjects—Army, in Ireland, garrisons.

gold, Act against the multiplying of (5 Hen. IV, c. 4), bill for repealing [4 Anne, c. 12], 221-222.

Government of, 163
-, ice for, 649.

Hanaper, Clerk of, allowance to, 434.

horses bought in (by C. Boucher), for Forces in Portugal, 90, 200, 425, 615, 671, 674, 694, 723.

Hospital in, account for, 488.

Governor of. See Percival, J.
-, Venner, [S.]

See also Index of Subjects— Army, in Ireland, hospitals.

Justices of the Peace, certifying enlistments, 767.

lands, 273.

covered by the tide, 704.

creation of, into a corporation, petition for, 704
-, into a manor, petition for, 704.

enclosure of, into a park, petition for, 704.

forfeited estates, 744.

concealed, case concerning, 128, 321, 353
-, discoverers of, rewards to, 144.

debentures on (for Army and Transport arrears), unsatisfied, account of, 423.

altered, 9.

duplicates of, 287, 310, 487.

fund granted for, 174.

interest on, 39, 63, 64, 128, 157, 364, 423, 490, 600, 602, 631, 638, 643
-, appropriations for, 157, 439, 600
-, reserved rents on unsold forfeited lands applicable to, 423.

not applied for purchase or otherwise discharged, and burnt, lost or destroyed, duplicates of, 287.

Office for, necessaries delivered to, 566.

proprietors of, petition of, 174.

Register and Paymaster of. See Jett, T.

moneys arisen out of, payment out of, 364.

purchasers of, Act for enlarging the time for (2-3 Anne, c. 19), 364, 439, 631.

sale of, receipts from, for interest on debentures, 638.

Trustees for, 144.

unsold, reserved rents on, applicable to interest on unsatisfied debentures, 423.

grants or leases of, and petitions for, 170, 211, 293, 335, 464, 466, 629, 649, 704.

mortgage on, 273.

purchase of, 675
-, petition for confirmation of title, 704.

recovery of, petition for aid in, 191.

rents. See Ireland— revenue.

taken for building barracks, petition for payment for, 194, 576.

law affairs, prosecution of criminal causes, 272.

solicitor for, salary to, 272. See also Trench, W.

lead imported into, keeper of the accounts of. See Birchfeild, M.

library in, erected by the Archbishop of Armagh, 239.

lighthouses in (six), duties on foreign ships for the support of, surrender of, 28, 414
-, grant of, surrender of, 28, 414.

linen manufacture in, in the North, 632, 708
-, encouragement of, proposed extension of grant for, 632, 708-709
-, improvement in, 708.

in the South, setting up of, proposal for, 632, 708.

linens, effect of the making of, on the trade of England, 708.

Lord Chancellor. See Cox, Sir R.

Lord Lieutenant, 128.

directions concerning prizes, 308.

letters of, 156, 222, 441, 494.

petitions etc. referred to, and reports etc. by, 28, 106, 111, 123, 146, 153, 191, 194, 195, 203, 207, 255, 260, 262, 308, 370, 376, 446, 464, 494, 575, 576, 646, 703, 704, 723.

royal letter to, recall of, 358.

warrants to, 159, 230, 239, 272, 312, 313, 314, 414, 433, 434, 435, 441, 485, 494, 576, 609, 613, 632, 633, 637, 649, 658, 697, 705, 736, 737, 745, 767, 768, 769.

See also Butler, J., Duke of Ormonde.

Lord Primate. See Marsh, N.

Lords Committees for Affairs. See Ireland—affairs of.

Lords Justices, 140, 279, 280, 425, 573, 708, 709.

Military List. See Ireland— Establishment.

mines, royal, disputes and controversies concerning, bill for preventing [4 Anne, c. 12], 221-222
-, grant of, annuity in lieu of, 222.

money in, scarcity of, 459.

money sent to, from England, seizure of, 179.

Officers at Arms—

Athlone Pursuivant, 433.

kettledrum, 433.

King at Arms, 159, 433.

liveries for, 159, 433.

Pursuivants, three, attending the State, 433.

trumpets, six, 433.

Ordnance—

arms wanting, 400.

Artillery Train—

Marching Train, out of order, few guns being mounted and the carriages decayed, 494.

mounting of, in Dublin, 494.

necessaries, 494.

new, repairing and fitting up, 159, 494.

ordnance, brass, unmounted in remote parts, 494.

Paymaster of. See Hubbald, W.

powder waggons, 494.

putting of, in good order, charges of, 658.

shot, 494.

Commissioners of, 280.

Comptroller of, under-clerk assisting, allowance for, 637.

inspection of, 494.

magazines, 697.

Master General of. See Ingoldsby, R.
-, Montgomery, H., Earl of Mount-Alexander.

muskets, contract for, 199, 697
-, mounting and repairing of barrels, 494
-, payment for, 697.

[Paymaster of], allowance to, 637.

powder for, 116, 258, 312.

state of, memorial relating to, 199
-, report upon, 637.

stores, 312
-, recruiting of, 400.

packets, carrying of, between Dublin and Holyhead, 576
-, by coast guard vessel, 494.

Parliament of (Two Houses) —

Acts or Bills of, concerning, Additional Duties on tobacco and other goods [2 Anne, c. 4
-, 4 Anne, c. 1], 158, 434
-, Gold and Silver [4 Anne, c. 12], 221-222
-, Mines, Royal [4 Anne, c. 12], 221-222
-, Robbery [9 Wm. III, c. 9], 706.

passing of, contingent charges relating to, in England, 434, 435
-, expresses, charges and attendance in London, 435
-, fees to Clerk of the Council, 434.

officers of, allowances to, 434.

payments for, 435.

supply by, 222.

vote by, 230.

See also Ireland—Commons, House of
-, Peers, House of.

Peers, House of, Speaker of. See Cox, Sir R.

See also Ireland—Parliament of.

pensions. See Ireland—Establishment, pensions on.

person killed in, 588.

prizes. See Ireland—ships and shipping.

Protestant interest in, 704.

Rapparees, robbery by, 483.

rate of exchange between English and Irish money, 6, 103, 200, 207, 243, 739.

reduction of, 143, 212, 279, 411, 703.

refugees, French, in. See France—refugees.

remote parts of, defence of, from the French, 260
-, ordnance in, unmounted, 494.

reports and memorials relating to, 71.

revenue—

annuities or pensions out of, 23, 28, 81, 150, 222, 414, 446, 703. See also Ireland— revenue, rents, quit rents.

collectors of, allowances in accounts, 159, 483, 706
-, money lost in fire, 496, 706
-, receipts by, for rents, 207, 273
-, robbed, 159, 483, 706
-, sureties for, petitions of, 132, 250.

Commissioners of, 25, 55, 88, 123, 157, 253, 272, 284, 331, 398, 434, 439, 551, 675, 680, 704, 706, 771
-, appointment of, 70, 633
-, leave to go to England, 641
-, new commission, 633
-, petition of, relating to forfeited estates, 128, 321, 353
-, petitions etc. referred to and reported upon, 107, 114, 119, 132, 134, 149, 159, 170, 200, 205, 207, 250, 371, 466, 476, 483, 496, 574, 617, 629, 682, 744, 747
-, quorum of, 641.

See also Bland, Sir J.
-, Everard, T.
-, Keightley, T.
-, Ogle, S.
-, St. Quintin, Sir W.
-, South, J.
-, Southwell, Sir T.
-, Tennison, H.

Customs. See Ireland— Customs.

employment in, recommendations for, 25, 55, 88, 123, 331, 398, 551, 704.

Excise. See Ireland—Excise.

messenger of. See Bowen, W.

offices of, containing of, in Custom House, Dublin, 675.

payments out of, 88, 199, 216, 400, 434, 435, 494, 658, 675, 680, 769
-, repaid, 200.

receipts, lost in fire, 496, 706
-, stolen, 159, 483, 706.

rents, 273, 423, 744
-, quit rents, pension on, 170, 207, 476, 680-681, 747.

Vice-Treasurer, 159. See also Coningsby, T., Lord Coningsby.

robbery in, Act concerning [9 Wm. III, c. 9], 706
-, of collector of revenue by Rapparees, 159, 483, 706.

salt imported into, keeper of the accounts of. See Birchfeild, M.

ships and shipping—

East India ships touching in Ireland (Kinsale), smuggling from, 97, 582, 633.

prize ships, arrested, 299.

carried into Ireland, 644, 695.

fitted out as coast guard vessel, maintaining of, debt for, 159
-, sale of, 158-159, 494.

replevined, memorial concerning, 130, 308
-, directions concerning, and for similar cases, 130, 308.

taken on the coast, 771.

seizure of, 371, 575.

trading illegally, to and from the Plantations, 253
-, to France, 371.

transports, 50, 513
-, commissary for the transport service. See Tucker, M.
-, employed in the reduction of Ireland or in the Irish Transportation, 136, 279, 280, 412
-, hired for transporting Forces to Portugal, 201, 705, 759.

silver, Act against the multiplying of (5 Hen. IV, c. 4), bill for repealing [4 Anne, c. 12], 221-222.

Solicitor General, 28.

southern parts of, inhabited by English, 708.

tin imported into, keeper of the accounts of. See Birchfeild, M.

tobacco, debenturable, imported from England, 253.

duties on, additional, 158, 434
-, money sent for, from England, seizure of, 179, 459.

trade, illegal, between, and France, 371, 617
-, and the Plantations, 253.

transport from, of Irish to France after capitulation of Limerick, 136, 280.

transports. See Ireland—ships and shipping.

Treasury, 529, 530.

war in, 81, 194, 434, 723, 737.

wool, exportation of, preventing of, 682
-, Act for (10 Wm. III, c. 16), 297
-, Surveyor General for. See Knox, [T.]

woollen manufacture, taken away, 708.

works and buildings, Custom House, Dublin, completing and finishing of, payment for, 675
-, payments for, 435
-, repairs of, 613.

wrecks on coast of, new grant of, petition for, 262-263.

Ireland, Dorothy, sempstress to Mary II, arrears to, 555.

-, Frances, reversionary annuity, 717.

-, Jan., reversionary annuity, 717.

Irons, Henry, reversionary annuity, 719.

Irwin, [Charles], captain in Colonel J. Hill's Regiment, company of, 726.

Isaacson
-, Anthony, employed in connection with the Logwood Duty, London port, 175
-, petition of, for place of collector of Customs, Liverpool, 175.

Ismaël [es-Semin], Muley, Emperor of Morocco, order of, for assistance for Gibraltar, 538-539.

Italy
-, postage expenses of English Envoy, 479
-, rate of exchange in, 76
-, troops of augmentation in, pay to, issue for, 724
-, troops sent into, by the King of Prussia, 21
-, war in, remittances for, 54, 59, 62, 587, 591, 613.