Ibanez, Don Gaspar, de Segovia, marquis de Agropoli, Marquis Doggropoli:
-, destined as ambassador to England, 161; Godolphin objects to, 162n.
Ighison. See Higgons.
-, Spaniards will never open ports of, 22; treasure fleet arrives safely from, 216.
-, a difficult point in commercial treaty with Dutch, 38; English concern at Dutch encroachments in, 87; tension between English and Dutch over trade of, 108; van Beuningen to take in hand, 209, 215; he speaks unreservedly of, 221.
-, Portuguese will not admit French to trade of, 121.
-, English hopes for compensation from trade of, 136; Godolphin sends new plan for trade in, 236.
-, van Beuningen watching questions of trade in, 239; Dutch sell capital of, at low price, 266.
-, five ships from, arrive in Thames, 239.
-, van Beuningen says Dutch alone can trade profitably in, 266; trade arrangements between England and France in, 269, 278.
-, Dutch send strong squadron to, 280.
Indies, East. See East Indies.
-, West. See West Indies.
ink, cargo of, at Venice, 316.
Innsbruck, princess of. See Claudia,
interest, proposal to reduce rate of, 137.
interpreter, at Venetian embassy, salary of, 284.
inventions, offered to Venice, 18; under consideration, 27.
Ionian islands, Levant islands:
-, order for regulating trade of, 254.
-, Falcombridge asks for trade concessions in, 259; English to be well treated in, 268.
-, See also Cephalonia; Zante.
Ipre. See Ypres.
-, beef of, offered for Candia, 37, 53; French ask for levy in, refused, 98; Mocenigo thanks Colbert about, 117.
-, disorder in finances of, inquiry ordered, 90; money sent to, to pay troops, 105.
-, alleged French intrigues in, 92.
-, severity of Robartes aggravates troubles in, 160; Berkeley eagerly awaited in, 189.
-, lord lieutenant of. See Berkeley, John, baron; Butler, James, earl of Ormonde; Robartes, John, lord,
iron, exported by Levant Co., 153.
Isabella Maria, princess of Portugal:
-, Verjus sent to announce birth, 17; Godolphin sent with congratulations upon, 39.
Iskanderun. See Alexandretta.
Isola, baron dell'. See Lisola.
-, princes of, preparing to help Venice, 12.
-, Alberti urges support for, 13.
-, salt fish exported from England to, 34, 241.
-, Winchelsea visiting cities of, 55; Falcombridge to superintend all affairs of, 113.
-, English sea route no use for letters of, 107.
-, Falcombridge suggests league of princes of, 161; van Beuningen suggests alliance for defence of, 220; shies at alliance, 296.
-, merchantmen bound for, fight pirates, 240.
-, letters from, tampered with, 264.
-, protected from corsairs by English fleet, 274; prestige of Venice in, useful to England, 310.
-, merchants of. See merchants, Italian.
Iturrieta, Miguel de, Spanish resident in France:
-, expresses fear of invasion of Flanders, 256.