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'Index: I', Calendar of Treasury Books and Papers, Volume 5: 1742-1745 (1903), pp. 904-906. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=92096 Date accessed: 28 November 2014.


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Ice House, St. James's Park 765.

Ilay, Earl of. See Campbell, A.

Ilchester, Baron. See Fox, Stephen.

Ilderton, James, 647.

Iles. See Eyles.

Ilford (Essex), 112.

Ilfracombe (Devon), 556, 647, 652, 839, 846

Imperial Crowns. See Crowns.

Imping, Thomas, 653.

Importations, free. See Free; Ireland (free)

Imprests, Auditors of, see Benson, W.; Aislabie, W.; 8, 33, 36, 37, 40, 52, 54, 56–7, 74, 76, 98, 114, 120, 124, 136, 138, 146, 253–4, 257, 260, 264–5, 275, 294, 296, 302, 305, 351, 369, 377, 379, 381, 452, 494, 501, 506, 535, 553, 556, 558, 578, 580–1, 589, 590, 664, 670–1, 690, 714, 739, 741, 754, 784–5, 788.

-, -, deputy Auditors, see Bangham, E.; Thomas, J.; 124, 261, 300–1, 303, 578, 590, 736.

-, -, method of (and see Secretary at War, countersigning), 10, 65, 257, 278, 449.

-, -, state of accounts in office of, 54, 30.

Improvements, Scotland, Commissioners and Trustees for improving fisheries and manufactures, Scotland, 3, 4, 42, 225, 277, 564, 753, 761.

-, accounts of, 225.

-, cashier of. See Whitefoord, A.

-, fund of, or annuity to, including issues for the fisheries, linen, hemp, and coarse wool trade, 42, 184, 225, 411, 467, 622, 824.

-, yearly plan of, and yearly report of, 3, 4, 42, 277, 564, 658–61.

Independent Companies. See Bahamas; Invalids; New Providence; Carolina (South).

Indians, Cherokee, 28, 65.

-, Chickasaw, 65.

-, Creek (upper and lower), 28, 29, 65.

-, employment of, against Spanish, 479.

-, in West Georgia, 28, 29, 31, 65, 245.

-, in New York. See New York.

-, presents to, custom of, 267, 274, 294–5, 405.

-, rangers, 686.

-, Six Nations, 261, 267, 274, 675, 677.

-, Spanish (in Florida), 28, 29.

Ingmire, Samuel, 313.

Ingoldsby, Col., 52.

Inland duties. See Duties; Excise.

-, office. See Post Office.

Inner Temple, 643, 760, 766.

Innes (Innys), Alexander, 218.

-, Charles, 845.

-, John, a lottery manager, 252, 648, 689.

Insurance on provisions. See Gibraltar (insurance).

-, effect of war on the rates of, 455, 533.

-, Company. See Hand in Hand.

Insignia. See Garter; Norroy.

Intelligence. See French army, Renard, M.; bills of exchange for, 409, 497, 511, 530, 806.

Interludes, examiner of. See Chetwynde, W.; deputy examiner of see Odell, T.

Interpreters. See Arabic.

Intestates' estates forfeited to the Crown. See Bastards.

Invalids (regiment and 25 independent companies of), contract for clothing for, 76, 251, 401–2, 577, 760, 811, 820.

-, returning from Flanders, 759.

Invasion, threatened (1745), 742.

Inventions. See Engines.

Inverary (Scotland), 490, 575, 629, 808.

Inverkeithing (co. Fife), 562.

Inverness (Scotland), 213, 218, 253, 260, 320, 464, 466, 490, 644, 660, 679, 713, 717, 722–3, 744, 828, 839, 840.

Ipswich (Suffolk), 116, 215, 216, 261, 286, 353, 645, 732, 843, 845.

IRELAND, 24, 101, 129, 132, 136, 156, 377, 383, 475, 490, 506, 524, 567, 701, 717, 803.

-, arms, import of, 247, 250, 253. See Ordnance; Ireland (free).

-, army, Irish pay of. See Regiments (Ireland).

-, Attorney General. See Attorney; Bowes, J.

-, barracks. See Barracks.

-, Battle Axe Guards. See Battle.

-, beer imported into. See Beer.

-, Board of General Officers. See Army (Board).

-, cattle exports to Scotland, surveyor of. See Hamilton, W.

-, Chief Justice of Common Pleas. See Gore, G.

-, Clerk of the Council. See Sackville, Lord G.

-, -, Peace and Clerk of the Crown for Leinster. See Whichcote. P.

-, -, -, Pells. See Dodington, G.

-, -, -, quit-rents and Crown rents. See Coplestone, T.

-, -, -, Treasury of the Exchequer. See Dodington, G.

-, concordatums. See Concordatums.

-, copper coinage for, 706.

-, Council, 3, 137, 519.

-, courts. See Courts; Dublin.

-, customs. See Ireland (Revenue Commissioners).

-, Surveyor General of. See Gardiner, L.

-, Engineer and Surveyor General. See Dobbs, A.; Neville, A. J.

-, establishment, difference of pay of regiments on. See Regiments (Ireland).

-, -, military, 535.

-, -, pensions on, 9, 188, 199, 338, 357, 394, 405, 501, 630, 698, 765, 828, 831; to widows of officers, 698, 765.

-, Exchequer and Exchequer Court. See Exchequer (Receipt, Ireland); Exchequer (Court, Ireland).

-, Excise. See Excise.

-, Four shillings per £ tax, exemptions from. See Four shillings.

-, free importation and exportation, mostly of arms, &c., for regiments, 79, 112, 247, 250, 253, 274, 352, 361, 363, 372, 469, 539, 558, 590–1, 771, 776.

-, Great Seal. See Great Seal.

-, gunpowder for. See Ordnance.

-, hops, imports of. See Hops.

-, illicit trade with, 330. See Wool.

-, Lord Chancellor, 519.

-, Lord Lieutenant. See Cavendish, W.; Stanhope, P. D., 3, 8, 9, 40, 47, 54, 59, 77–8, 81, 96–7, 99, 107, 118, 121, 123, 135–8, 140, 143, 152, 173, 217, 243, 250, 263, 338, 357, 359, 361, 363, 369, 383, 501, 503, 519, 535, 557–8, 560, 563, 565–6, 572, 575, 586, 650, 652, 698, 703, 706, 729, 731, 743, 749, 752, 757–8, 778, 800.

-, -, -, deficiency of income of, met out of wool licences, 123, 173, 402, 469, 613, 800.

-, Lords' House. See Lords.

-, Lords Justices General, 8, 78, 99, 137–8, 350, 359, 519, 662, 703, 729, 777.

-, military contingencies. See Military.

-, militia of, arms for, 81.

-, Ordnance. See Ordnance.

-, pensions. See Ireland (establishment).

-, Physician General. See Army (Physician).

-, Privy Council. See Ireland (Council).

-, Prizage and Butlerage of wines. See Prizage.

-, provisions. See Ireland (victuals), prices of see Prices.

-, Receivers General, 97.

-, reduction of (1689), 510.

-, regiments. See Regiments.

-, Register of forfeitures. See Coplestone, T.

-, Remembrancer of the Exchequer. See Exchequer (Ireland); Palmerston, Viscount.

-, Revenue, 136, 822.

-, -, Commissioners of. See Glanville, W.; Galway, Visct.; Bessborough, Earl of; Ponsonby, J.; Boyne, Viscount; Dupplin, Visct; Corbett, Sir W.; Gray, S.; 9, 17, 31, 34, 45, 47, 53–4, 56, 83, 91–2, 100, 104, 110, 112, 115, 122, 126, 137–8, 144, 147, 140, 152, 156–7, 229, 233, 264, 274–5, 299, 304, 352, 361, 363, 372, 469, 558, 591, 650, 671–2, 693, 711, 713, 729, 733, 751, 756, 764, 765, 771, 775–7, 779, 841.

-, -, Receiver of. See Ireland (Vice Treasurer).

-, -, Solicitor to, in London. See Hopegood, F.; Staunton, T.

-, ships of war stationed in, 100, 104.

-, Solicitor General. See Solicitor General, Meares, L.; Flood, W.

-, State officers of, 383.

-, Surveyor General. See Ireland (Engineer).

-, -, of the outports and taster of wines. See Delafaye, C.

-, transport of troops from. See Navy (transport).

-, Treasury office, Dublin. See Treasury (Ireland).

-, Vice Treasurer and Treasurer at war, Receiver or Paymaster General of revenues, 81. See Torrington, Viscount; Edgcumbe, R.; Cholmondeley, Earl of; Fane, H.; office of, 217; deputy to see Gardiner, L.

-, Commissioners for accounts of, 359.

-, victuals and victualling stores from, 260–1, 264, 274, 276, 696.

-, wool, illicit trade in. See Wool.

-, -, licences, revenue from. See Ireland (Lord Lieutenant).

-, -, prohibition of export of, 47.

-, Works. See Works.

Irish. See Bay yarn.

-, establishment. See Ireland.

-, Sea, 24.

Irvine (co. Ayr), 73, 220, 294, 653, 840.

Irwin, Col. (Maj. Gen.), Alexander, 41, 202, 586, 729.

-, Francis, 650.

Isaacson, Ant., sheriff of Northumberland, 625.

Iscoyd, Isherwyn (Carmarthen), 846.

Isemonger, Anthony, 221.

-, Thomas, 221.

Isleworth (Middlesex), 137, 293.

Ison, John, 418.

Italian oils. See Oils.

Italy, 137, 325; for Ambassadors to and from, see Ambassadors (Italy; Florence; Sardinia; Tuscany; Naples; Leghorn; Genoa; Venice).

Ives, Thomas, 87.

Ivie, Thomas, 648.



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