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'Index: I', Calendar of State Papers Relating to English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 29: 1653-1654 (1929), pp. 338-340. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=89784 Date accessed: 01 November 2014.


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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.

Indies :

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.

Ireland :

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.

Irish :

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.

Italy :

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.



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