Index: I

Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 28, 1647-1652. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1927.

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. "Index: I", in Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 28, 1647-1652, (London, 1927) 363-365. British History Online, accessed May 21, 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-state-papers/venice/vol28/pp363-365.

. "Index: I", Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Archives of Venice, Volume 28, 1647-1652, (London, 1927). 363-365. British History Online. Web. 21 May 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-state-papers/venice/vol28/pp363-365.

I

Ibrahim
-, Sultan of Turkey, the Grand Turk, requires use of foreign ships, 6
-, and reception of Bendish, 21, 22
-, decides not to use foreign ships, 33
-, Bendish threatens to appeal to, 49.

Imbros, Grecian Archipelago, Venetian fleet in storm off, 258.

Imperial Court, Venetian instructions to representatives at, 135, 158.

Inchiquin, Incliquin, lord. See O'Brien, Murrough.

Inchmurrin,? Murray island, 207.

Independents :

Presbyterians try to cast odium upon, 9
-, attempt to get control of militia, 10
-, struggle with Presbyterians, 13
-, effort to get control in parliament, 18.

favour liberty of conscience, 16
-, try to unite with Presbyterians, 24.

Fairfax's army consists mostly of, 57
-, Scots call for extirpation of, 63.

Cromwell's influence with, 82
-, destroyers of religion and law, 138.

in action against Levellers, 105.

Indies :

fears for ships from, 152, 106
-, news of Tagus blockade sent to, 153
-, Brazil fleet may have to return to, 155.

galleons for detained by fear of Rupert, 185
-, Dutch manuvres to get fleet from safely home, 262.

rich merchantmen from reach Plymouth, 271
-, Dutch mean to stop English trade with, 272.

-, East. See East Indies.

Inistioge, Enesterni, near Ross, co. Wexford, Ireland, Cromwell reports capture, 133.

Innocent X, pope, 177.

Digby criticises policy in Ireland, 8, 29
-, and England, 9
-, defends himself, 29, 30
-, referred Digby to college of Cardinals, 41.

supplies of money for Ireland, 50
-, dispute with Spain, 104
-, anxious about union of English, Dutch and Spaniards, 203-4.

-, secretary of state of. See Azzolini, Decio.

Innsbruck, Archduke of. See Ferdinand Charles.

Inny, river, Ireland, castle on taken, 221-2.

Introducer. See Fleming, Sir Oliver.

Invenarra. See Inverary.

lnverarnan, Anderanan, co. Perth, Scotland, Argyle fortifies castle, 206.

Inverary, Invenarra, co. Argyle, Scotland, Argyle fortifies, 214.

Inverness, Scotland, 211.

-, co., submits to parliament, 222.

Ionian Islands, English consul in. See Symonds, Thomas.

- See also Cephalonia
-, Zante.

Ireland, 48.

things going unfavourably for Catholics in, 5, 30
-, plight of parliament in, 131.

news of war in, 5, 10, 11, 15-6, 18, 34, 209-10, 213, 217-21, 224, 253, 271, 274.

Digby condemns nuncio's action in, 8
-, and papal policy, 20, 29
-, papal supplies for, 50.

Fairfax demands control of ports, 9
-, parliament to conduct war in, 25
-, vote for forces in, 35.

demand for payment of Scottish troops in, 41
-, money appropriated for, 42
-, appeal from for help, 44
-, reinforcements for, 48.

scheme to offer to duke of Lorraine, 44
-, things going badly for both sides in, 56.

Venice unknown in, 46
-, offer of levy to Venice in return for help, 54.

deputations from to France, 50, 54
-, prince thinks of going to, 83.

prince hopes for party of, 50
-, agreement with Inchiquin, 58.

parliament side hard pressed in, 63
-, Rupert sailing for, 84.

influence of Ormonde in, 65
-, operations of war in, 92, 121, 124, 142, 262, 264, 310.

to be discussed with king, 75
-, Charles asks Dutch for ships to go to, 93.

three parties in, 91
-, royal party strong in, 92
-, Rinuccini leaving, 92, 105.

recognises Charles II, 91
-, Charles thinks of going to, 102, 105.

released from allegiance to royal house, 94
-, struggle in affords opening for Levellers, 120.

Council of State asks money for war in, 97
-, troops leaving for, 103, 110, 134.

doubtful loyalty of troops for, 104
-, Catholics of waiting for Charles' arrival, 112.

Dutch ships captured with munitions for, 107
-, Scots capture ships for, 118.

proposal to declare free state reconsidered, 108
-, parliament garrisons in, 187.

Cromwell gathering force for, 115
-, his orders for, 116
-, expected to conquer in a few months, 124, 133.

large royalist army in, 144
-, alleged defeat of Cromwell in, 150
-, York sailing to take command in, 174.

alleged royalist successes in, 174, 200
-, Lorraine's activities in, 190, 192.

not discouraged by defeats, 208
-, submitting to lord Broghill, 212.

general assembly at Jamestown, 108
-, leaders meet to consider accommodation, 215.

country wasted, 215
-, brought to submit to parliament, 219, 225, 239
-, mean to hold out for some advantage and decency, 222.

English commissioners in, 216, 239
-, parliament asks for memorandum upon, 236.

divisions weaken resistance, 223
-, army in still has much to do, 232.

men could be shipped from, to Crete, 233
-, question of transporting abroad, 236.

affairs a source of anxiety, 238
-, anxiety allayed, 246.

some concessions to Dutch in ports of, considered, 240
-, order for seizure of Dutch ships in, 253.

nearly all troops sent to died in, 241
-, reinforcements for hindered by Dutch war, 253.

offer of troops to Venice, 256
-, parliament glad to grant levies from, 308.

troops sent to, from Scotland, 264
-, Fleetwood supersedes Lambert in, 270
-, he crosses to, 284
-, arrives, 301.

lands in allotted to pay government contractors, 266-7
-, parliament allows exportation of horses and provisions to, 284
-, ships from, for London, captured, 291.

Dutch want Charles to attack in, 299
-, partiality for Spain makes useless for Portugal, 312.

clergy of, deputy sent to queen, 50, 54.

Council of grants levy for Venice to l'Hopital, 73.

levies. See under levies.

men of war of, capture Robert frigate, 103n.

pirates of, 80, 104.

Ireton
-, Henry, reported defeat, 200
-, takes Clare, 208
-, death, 209
-, body at Bristol, 212
-, funeral in Abbey, 215.

Isabella, queen of Spain, sister of Henrietta Maria, 93n.

Isabella Clara, daughter of archduke Leopold V, talk of marriage to Charles, 132.

Iskanderun
-, Scanderoon, Alexandretta, Syria, Turks may try to seize ships at, 176
-, ships trading at, 277.

Italy, 60.

correspondence of, 261.

mission of Killigrew to princes of, 119
-, ships for captured, 183.

Dutch mean to stop English trade with, 272
-, English trade to, 292
-, Dutch sending fleet to, 304
-, English waiting for, 305
-, parliament thinks of sending missions to princes of, 315.

Iugal. See Youghal.

Ivica, Balearic island, prize taken into, 183.

-, governor of, 184.