imperial fiefs, occupied by Dutch, emperor means to recover, 93.
Inchiquin, lord. See O'Brien, Dermot.
Independents, Presbyterians grow in power at expense of, 12.
English hope to intercept Dutch fleet from, 111, 115
-, fleet from arrives safely, 149.
with peace Dutch will send out fleets to, 210
-, traders to injured by capture of St. Malo ships, 222
-, Spanish fleet expected from, 226.
talk of fleet attacking, 251, 267
-, Spanish ministers fear for, 254, 266
-, de Haro sceptical about attack on, 268
-, reported attack on may hasten Spanish embassy, 270.
Cromwell demands open trade with, 268
-, Bordeaux urges Cromwell to take, 270
-, Mazarin hopes for attack in, 282.
-, East. See East Indies.
-, West. See West Indies.
Inisboffin, Enistoffin, co. Galway, Ireland, troops from, at Ostend, 66.
Innocent X, pope (Giambattista Pamfili) :
good offices needed with Spain for peace, 176
-, expects English to take revenge on French and Tuscany, 208, 220.
opinion of sea power, 208
-, Cardinal tells of overwhelming strength of northern fleet, 221
-, concern at helplessness, id.
not on good terms with any one, 218.
Instrument of Government, provisions of, 164-5.
invention for sinking ships by ramming, 163.
malcontents of, take advantage of war, 3
-, and of domestic confusion, 13
-, commanders in keep demanding reinforcements, 49
-, reinforcements sent to, 55.
army appeals to officers in, for support, 30
-, money sent to, 61.
King of Spain raised over 10,000 men in, 30-1
-, offer of troops from, 56.
pressing makes ships from avoid Thames, 58
-, duke of Lorraine claims to be protector of, 66.
Fleetwood recalled from, 74
-, representatives of, in new government, 90.
satisfaction in at dissolution of long parliament, 74
-, authority of state upheld in, 80.
debts to be paid by allotments of land in, 90
-, desire to rid entirely of Catholics, 119, 198, 250.
German colonel from Condé in, for levies, 94
-, Condé granted facilities for levies in, 204.
Barebones parliament appoints committee for, 106
-, relieved of disaffected by deportations, 119
-, tranquillity restored in, 136
-, government wishes to thin population, 147.
Cromwell proclaimed protector of, 164
-, question of reception by army in, 165
-, people and troops in refuse to recognise Protector, 185, 188, 190.
increasing confusion in through change of government, 187
-, Henry Cromwell sent to, with officers, to reduce, 189
-, uncertainty of affairs in causes anxiety, 192
-, Henry Cromwell's reception in, 198
-, he leaves tranquil, 203.
Venice should have agent in, to supervise levies, 194
-, levies of troops in, granted readily, 198.
no news from. 217
-, squadron to watch coasts of, 223
-, Anabaptists causing trouble in, 265.
regiment sent from to Scotland, 228
-, parliament returns for, soldiers predominate, 252.
Henry Cromwell to go to as Viceroy, 268
-, Cromwell convinced army strong enough to repress disorder in, 272.
Lord Deputy of, Viceroy of. See Cromwell, Henry
-, Fleetwood, Charles.
Preston to take levy of to serve Spain, 14
-, parliament issues patents for levies of, 30.
maintain close correspondence with Dutch, 25
-, levies for Spain, caught at sea by Vendome, 34
-, levies for Spaniards carried to French service, 57.
considered too intimate with Spaniards, 56
-, levies for Spain, 59, 80.
offers of levy to Venice, 57, 151, 198
-, Paulucci to get particulars about, 71
-, Preston offers levy to Venice, 116
-, other offers, 143.
levies landed at Ostend, 66
-, levies will be freely granted to friendly states, 119.
some treating to change sides, 80
-, hand over Lormont to French, 84
-, 4,000 go over to French, 113.
talk of sending duke of York to draw off, 80
-, Conti takes measures to ensure loyalty, 84.
Fleming urges Venice to employ levy of, 85, 88, 102, 104, 129
-, Senate's objection, 97
-, reply given, Fleming displeased, 116.
in garrison at Bourg, 97
-, later in Guienne, proposal to use for enterprise of Italy, 113.
plan to betray Barcelona to French, 113
-, Jessupp offers levy to Venice, 123
-, Preston's offer of declined, 129, 134.
landed at Coruna, flutter on Portuguese frontier, 131-2.
offer of levy by Goring, Lunsford and Finch, 139-40
-, levy for Venice, 211, 216, 245, 250.
levies granted to Spain and Condé, 152
-, 1,500 reach Condé, 176
-, for Flanders, 198.
Cromwell and Council favour levy for Venice, 155
-, Paulucci speaks to Council about, 157
-, Marvel sees Paulucci about, 162
-, Paulucci given power to arrange, 181
-, Fleming speaks to him about, 189
-, reply about commended, 201.
value of levies discredited, 216
-, O'Brien offers levy of, 252
-, letters of marque issued because levies unpaid, 266
-, demand for payment, 268.
ships ready to carry, 248
-, government anxious to get rid of, 250.
iron, cargoes of, on Swedish ships, seized by English, 107.
Isup. See Jessop.
English goods from, captured by Calais ship, 43.
proposed diplomatic relations with, under resident at Venice, 99
-, advantage to Venice of English support in, 104-5.
Irish in Guienne suggested for enterprise of, 113
-, Dutch merchantmen from in Sound, 126.
Marvel travelled through, 163
-, danger from naval weakness of, 208.
French plans in would be impeded by Anglo Dutch peace, 187
-, fear of English fleet checks French plans for, 206, 209
-, French designs on make Spain need England, 290.
French fleet contemplates attack on Spanish possessions in, 209
-, English may attack Toulon fleet and thwart French plans in, 243.
utterly defenceless against northern fleet, 221
-, Blake takes letters for princes of, 255
-, Blake to restore English prestige in, 280.
reported English design to secure base in, 272
-, Blake's fleet upsetting Mazarin's plans against, 293.
ivory, cargo of, from Guinea, 252n.