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Index: I

Pages 759-761

Calendar of State Papers, Scotland: Volume 11, 1593-1595. Originally published by Edinburgh, 1936.

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I.

Inchaffray, Abbot of. See Drummond, James.

(Inchenfraye, Incafraye), Lord of; 14, 15.

Inchdarnie, teind of: 112.

Inch-Kenneth (Inchenyt, Einchekeitoeneithe): 254, 636.

Inchmartin, Laird of. See Ogilvy.

Inchmurrin (Inchmeryn, Inchmeringe): King goes to hunt at (Aug. 1593), 147, 151, 159, 167; (Aug. 1595), 653, 667, 669, 682, 683, 688, 689, 691.

Inglefield, Sir Francis: 247.

Innermeath (Innermey, Innermeth), Lord (John Stewart, sixth): 19; on assize for trial of Bothwell, 144; signs remission to Bothwell, 148, 163; glad of Bothwell's restitution, 149; offers to subscribe cause in hand, 158; Atholl gives promise to Bothwell in name of, 193; 256; to take the field with Bothwell, 304; letter to ministers in name of (April 1594), 327; called to Parliament, 347.

, —, brother of. See Stewart, Robert.

Innes, Laird of, (Robert Innes of that Ilk); 257, 513.

— of Invermarky, Robert: 474; apprehension and execution of, 643, 646.

Inveraray: 622.

Inverkeithing (Inverkething): 109, 110, 111.

Inverleith. See Towers of.

Invermarky (Invermerky), Laird of. See Innes.

Inverness (Enderness): 163, 255; proclamation for levying forces of (April 1594), 311; represented in Parliament, 347; 444; 449; 474; 479; 513; 589.

, Laird of: 347.

, shire of: barons called to Parliament, 347.

Inverpeffry. See Drummond.

Iona. See Ycolmekill.

Ireland: 53, 68, 99; order taken to stay Scots from helping rebels in, 250, 258; 338; Donald Gorme gathers forces for, 381, 391, 403, 413–4, 415, 432, 433, 452, 453, 455–6, 458, 557; rumour that Sir William Stanley will gather forces in, 386, 392–3; Elizabeth's charges in, 432; Argyll offered pension for sending men to, 458, 476, 500; Elizabeth to Argyll concerning (25th Oct. 1594), 465, 467, 474, 482; Elizabeth to James VI. concerning (25th Oct.), 466, 473; articles for rebel Earls not to assist, 470; King promises to take order with Argyll for restraint of Scots to, 474, 477, 499; Argyll promises services anent, 474, 476–7, 485, 499; Donald Gorme and MacLeod Harris gather forces to return to, 477, 499, 558; Argyll to Bowes concerning (29th Nov.), 482; troubles in Scotland encourage stirs in, 485; 497; reported return of Islanders malcontent from, 500, 501; Colville performs services in matter of, 501, 504, 506, 507, 516, 517, 530, 533, 537; Colville's opinion of King's attitude to, 506, 507, 517; Young Lawers to Colville on matter of (16th Jan. 1594–5), 518; James delays answer to Elizabeth's letter anent, 527, 530, 541, 542; Lawers brings report about resort of islesmen to, 528; Lawers to Colville on the same (4th Feb.), 528; Lawers requires speedy answer as to services in, 530; Council busied upon Irish matters, 531; King will give command to Argyll anent, 542; Lawers stays companies from, 546; offers to MacLean for service in, 557–8, 573–4, 581, 591–2; MacLean's scheme for resisting rebels in, 558, 560, 581, 592, 622; effort to unite MacLean and MacConnell against, 562; Nicolson hopes for progress in matter for, 567; offers sent to Argyll from, 573–4, 581, 582–3; broken men will pass to, 578, 579, 580, 619; Argyll to Bowes concerning business of (23rd April 1595), 582; Argyll expects speedy answer anent, 582; Nicolson reports situation in Scotland as to, 585; news from, 586, 593, 600; some Scots gone to, 587, 593; Angus MacConnell gone to, about lands, 594, 597; Lawers reports that none have gone to, 597; Angus MacConnell makes offers to Argyll anent, 605; Lawers offers to prevent landing in, 605; news of Tyrone's success in, 616; Argyll reports on Irish affairs, 619; Nicolson has conference with King and Argyll about restraint of Scots from, 619–20; Elizabeth must have money and fit agent to deal in matter of, 620; news from, 620–1; Erskine and Fullerton will refuse no service in, 621; negotiations with MacLean for restraint of Scots to, 622, 628–9, 668; 624; English ships keep coast of, 628; MacLean to Bowes about past and future services anent (4th July), 628–9; passing of islesmen to, 629, 632, 633, 642, 644, 646, 647, 648, 650, 651, 654–5, 656, 657, 661, 672–3, 676–7; warrant against sending provisions to (18th July), 633, 635, 642, 651; MacLean works to stay islesmen from, 636, 638, 644; MacLean's service necessary to save Queen's turn in, 645; arrest of merchants taking furnishing to, 655, 680; MacLean captures islesmen following to, 668, 676, 684; Argyll to Bowes and Elizabeth as to services in, 672–3; message for MacCondochy from, 673–4; defeat of islesmen in, 673, 681, 684; MacLean wishes to serve in, 678, 685, 691; King writes to Argyll for Irish matters, 680, 681; MacLean causes islesmen to return from, 684; expedient to have pledges from all who pass to, 685; MacLeod Harris vows for revenge in, 687; opportunity to prevent further enterprise in, 688.

Ireland, Deputy of: directed to send forces against rebels, 238; went against Feriagh McHugh, 586; correspondence with Angus MacConnell, 592, 593; Tyrone in field against, 600; his secrets betrayed, 676, 677; 678; islesmen give pledges to, 683.

, Glens in: 593.

Irishmen: seeking licence to go to Spain, 359.

Irt or Hirtha (St. Kilda): 253.

Irvine of Drum, (Alexander): called to Parliament, 347; takes part against Huntly, 459, 469, 472.

(Urwyne, Urwin), burgh of: represented in Parliament, 347; 391; 420; 627; proclamation at, 642, 649; 657.

Islay (Ilay, Ilaye): 253, 254, 255; men of North Isles come to, 644, 650, 651; both the chieftains of Clan Donald in, 688.

Isles, Bishops of the: 254.

(Yles), Lords of the: 253, 255; Lord of the Isles, title of Prince Henry, 412.

(Western Isles): 56, 68; King intends to go to, 73; Donald Gorme gives himself out to be King of, 95; Melvill to request a ship or two for, 96, 114, 125; rumour of Spanish ships near, 99, 123, 700; Bothwell requests ships for, 139, 706; notes anent, 253; Donald Gorme takes forces to Ireland from, 381; rebel Earls may withdraw to, 401; 403; forces returned from Ireland to, 501; Young Lawers, Colville's agent, goes to, 507, 517, 518, 529, 535, 538, 555; men go to Ireland from, 583, 620, 630, 642; news from, 597; men of North Isles pass south, 606, 644, 660–1; men of the Isles have got silver from Ireland, 622; restraint of travelling to, 649; 676; King's duties out of, 678.

Islesmen (Islanders, Highlandmen): plans for stay of, from Ireland, 623, 645; in great numbers towards Ireland, 632; Argyll to Bowes on restraint of (19th July, 1595), 646; retire from Man, 665; have all dissolved, 667; remaining force goes forward, 670–1, 672–3, 676; offers to Argyll by, 671, 676; overthrown by English ships, 673, 677, 680, 683, 684, 690; plans for dealing with them on return, 677, 688; seek to revenge losses, 688, 690.

Italy: 6, 7, 16, 247, 398, 418, 447, 559, 566, 570, 611, 613, 616.

Ivara (Yvara), Stephen de; 563, 571. See also Juara.