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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 24, 1710. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1952.

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I

Ilay (Ila), Earl of. See Campbell, Archibald.

Imm, John, arrested for deer killing, 334.

Imperial forces and recruits. See Army.

Impositions. See Customs—duties.

Impressment for the Army. See Army: for Sea service, protections from, 73, 459.

Imprest Rolls, charges for, 229.

Imprests, Auditors of, Imprest Accountants (S. Godolphin: E. Harley: A. Maynwaring):
-, accounts of (of all public offices), general certificate of, 46; state of, 38, required by Parliament, 504(2), 527.
-, and accounts of:
-, Anstis, Mr., 326.
-, Clerk of the Hanaper (H. Seymour), 333.
-, Clothing contractors, 11, 227.
-, Commissioners for Licensing Hawkers and Pedlars, 355.
-, Commissioners for Sick and Wounded, 552.
-, Commissioners of Glass Duties, 16, 360.
-, Commissioners of Transportation (1689–1702), 200, 281, 282, 325, 373.
-, Commissioners and Farmers of Wine Licences, 48.
-, Compton, S., 382.
-, Customs Cashier (H. Ferne), 219.
-, Customs incidents, 51, 436.
-, Deputy Paymaster of Forces in Spain (J. Mead), 498.
-, Doddington, Mr., 12.
-, Dutch Guards, 463.
-, Forces in the Low Countries, 16.
-, Furnese, Sir H., 509.
-, Jones's regiment, 129.
-, Marine regiments, the two old, 433.
-, Paymaster of the Army (Charles Fox), 182, 452; (Earl of Ranelagh), 14, 377.
-, Paymaster of the Army Abroad (J. Brydges) 12, 213, 346(2).
-, Paymaster of the Army, Guards and Garrisons (J. Howe), 161, 162.
-, Paymaster of Works, 339, 568.
-, Receiver of Revenues of Hackney Coaches (E. Wharton), 390.
-, Receiver of Rights and Perquisites of the Admiralty (R. Crawley), 389.
-, Receiver of Sixpence a month for Greenwich Hospital (T. Reynold), 407.
-, Receiver General of Prizes (J. Herbert), 309.
-, Remittances to the Low Countries, 504.
-, Seymour, Sir E., 12, 229.
-, Shales, Mr., 16, 17.
-, Solicitor for affairs of the Treasury (W. Borrett), 510.
-, Treasurer of the Chamber, 437.
-, Treasurer of the Navy (Earl of Orford), 332.
-, Treasurer of the Ordnance, 95, 235.
-, Treasurer of Tangier (Hewer), 33(2), 47.
-, Treasurer and Receiver General of Greenwich Hospital (W. Draper), 407.
-, Trustees for Circulating Exchequer Bills, 258, 386.
-, Webb, Captain, for fortifications of Gibraltar, 423.
-, Wildt, Mons de, 362, 448.
-, allowances, additional, paid to, 568.
-, attending the Treasury, 5, 11, 14, 16, 33(2), 38, 46, 47, 51, 53, 100, 102, 111(2), 112, 514, 527, 595; day appointed for, 34.
-, certificates by, 200, 219, 373, consult merchants as to rates of exchange, 504.
-, deputy auditors (F. Bythell, J. Moody), certificates and reports by, 251, 258, 333, 369, 387.
-, fees of for passing accounts, 339.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 40, 113, 213, 223, 227, 235, 261, 297, 325, 332, 346, 355, 362, 366, 423, 436, 437, 460, 463, 496, 498, 509, 510, 527, 546, 552, 581, 595, 601, 603.
-, Mr. Harrison to attend, 185.
-, office of, accounts of debts of, 164; books of, access to, disallowed, 460; clerks of, 79.
-, payments disallowed by, 281, 282, 377.
-, reports by, 12, 51, 386, 389, 433, 448.
-, warrants to or entered with, 129, 161, 182, 219, 229, 258, 309, 326, 333, 360, 382, 386, 389, 390, 432.
-, Wicks' executors and, 73, 460.

Ince, William, captain en second in Mountjoy's regiment, half pay for, 155; petitioner, 571.

Inchcolm, island of, co. Fife, proposal to air infected goods on, refused by the Earl of Murray, 178.

Inchiquin, Earl of. See O'Brien, W.

Indexing, payment for, 400.

Indian forts, a security against running parties of the French, 276.

Indian Kings and Princes, pictures of, drawn by John Verelst, payment for, 540; presents for, 115.

Indians, the:
-, Chiefs or Sachems of:
-, chapel, house and fort for, 52, 68, 586.
-, entertainment of, 280.
-, four, from and returning to Albany, 18, 317.
-, interpreter to (A. Schuyler), 18, 281.
-, journeys of, charges for, 551.
-, missionaries for, application for, 341, 456, 586.
-, returning to their own country, 18, 268.
-, subsistence for, 280, 317, 551.
-, Five Nations of, Ambassadors from, present from the Queen to, 250.
-, insurrections of, protection against, 148.
-, issue for, 593.
-, Mohawks (Mohaques), land claimed by, 148.
-, Six Nations of:
-, fur trade with, 277.
-, interpreters for, 277, 456.
-, missionaries to, sent by the S.P.G., 341, 456; house and chapel required for, 272, 276, 456.
-, number inhabiting country between New York and Canada, 276.
-, Secretary and Interpreter to. See Livingston, _, colonel.
-, War Captains of, in England, 277.

Informer, common, and the Excise Commissioners, 6.

Ingoldisthorpe (Ingoldsthorpe), co. Norfolk:
-, Burnham Marsh in, lease of, 321.
-, Hogg Marsh in, lease of, 321.
-, Salt Marsh in, lease of, 321.

Inise, Richard, convicted of highway robbery, 469.

Inns. See London and Westminster—streets and places.

Interception of letters, 85, 470.

Interest:
-, Claimed in accounts of Contractors of Victualling, annis 1672 and 1673, large computation for, 17.
-, loans without, orders for, 21, 367, 376, 422.
-, on loans by the Bank. See Bank of England (loans); on hypothecated orders for the Army and Navy, directions re, 73; on 4th and 5th General Mortgage, 87; on tin, memorial re, 603.
-, rates of:
-, equal to four per cent. and five per cent. discount on General Mortgage tallies (anno 1707), 459.
-, ½d. per day on Malt Lottery tickets, 168, 199, 236, 344, 345, 426, 460, 509.
-, 2d. per £100 per day to payers or lenders of Exchequer Bills, 201, 348, 495.
-, three per cent. for circulating Exchequer Bills, 123, 238, 347, 475; on Crown debt to Sir. J. Snow, 360.
-, 4 per cent.:
-, on loans (tallies and orders) on Candle Duty Act, 30, 88, 91, 99, 109, 365.
-, on loans (tallies and orders) on Continued Impositions, 33, 357.
-, on loans on General Mortgage (1709), 524, 557.
-, on loans (tallies and orders) on General Mortgage (1710), 29, 39, 40, 55, 84, 87, 88, 89, 91, 92, 103, 460, 507, 518.
-, on loans (tallies and orders) on Land Tax (1710), 30, 105, 361.
-, 4½ per cent. on tallies and orders on General Mortgage (1710), 21.
-, 5 per cent. on debentures on Irish Forfeitures, 428; on General Mortgage tallies (1707), 459.
-, 6 per cent.:
-, on loans by Mr. Jackson, 146; by Sir T. Jackson, 45.
-, on loans (tallies and orders) on the Candle Duties Act, 42, 83, 91, 216, 465.
-, on loans on the credit of the Act for continuing several impositions, continued impositions, &c. (8 Anne, c. 14), 230, 365, 429.
-, on loans on the General Mortgage (1707), 432.
-, on loans (tallies and orders) on the General Mortgage (1709), 1, 2, 213, 286, 525.
-, on loans (tallies and orders) on the General Mortgage (1710), 19, 36, 37, 42, 49, 50, 85, 91, 97, 105, 249, 418, 442, 443, 501.
-, on loans on Land Tax (1710), 264, 290, 303, 420, 432, 442, 443.
-, on loans on Land Tax (1711), 553.
-, on loans on Half Subsidies (6 Anne, c. 48, §. 21), 175, 308; (6 Anne, c. 73), 430, 528.
-, on loans on the Subsidy Act (6 Anne, c. 27), 128, 244.
-, on loans on tin, 27, 28, 44, 277, 469, 479.
-, on remittances by Exchange, 104.
-, reduced to 3 per cent. on loan to the Crown, 360.
-, 12 per cent. on debt [to the Crown], 108.

Intestates' Estates, Act of Parliament for the Better Settling of, 519.

Invalids, companies of. See Army—Invalids.

Invasion of Scotland, threatened. See Scotland.

Inverary. See Renton of Inverary, W.

Inverboyndie, co. Banff, advowson of, 360.

Inverkeithing, co. Fife, Customs Surveyor and boatmen at, 409.

Inverness, co. Inverness:
-, collector of (J. Ogilvie), 126.
-, Customs Establishment at, 409.
-, General Riding Surveyor, 126.
-, tidewaiters at, 215, 235, 292.
-, -, See Steward of Inverness, D.

Inverness, shire of, part of, Surveyor of Window Duties for. See McKenzie of Reidcastle, M.; Stewart of Inverness, D.

Ipswich, co. Suffolk, 138; Collector of. See Knackston, J.

Ireland:
-, Act of Re-assumption, land purchased under, 324.
-, Acts of Settlement and Explanation, 256.
-, Army in:
-, Brigadier for, additional, 266.
-, carabine belts for, 229.
-, clothing for, 11; accounts for (1690 and 1691), 227.
-, commissaries of, 11; deputy. See below—musters.
-, commissary of provisions, 46; and see Fielding, I.
-, commissary general. See Harrison, F.; Pennefather, _. colonel.
-, commissary general of provisions. See Shales, J.
-, contingencies, 511.
-, Establishment, allowances, half pay and pensions on, 147, 195, 197, 198, 203, 204, 243, 256, 257, 258, 259, 260, 293, 294, 314, 343, 408.
-, French officers. See below—officers.
-, muster master, letter to, 524.
-, musters, six deputy commissaries of, additional pay for, 131; duties of, 131.
-, Officers:
-, French, disabled by wounds, allowances and half pay pensions for, 259, 260, 293; report on, 511.
-, half pay for, 147, 203, 204.
-, pay of, and pay of forces in Great Britain, difference between, 271.
-, paymaster of, See Harbord, W.
-, provisions for, 47, 282, 354.
-, regiments in, for or from, 10, 183, 204, 220, 229, 310, 326, 487.
-, disbanded, 259.
-, drafts from, 197.
-, dragoons, representation for breaking, 106.
-, foot, majors of, petition for pay equal to majors in Great Britain, 314; report on, 511.
-, for Spain and Portugal, 101, 102, 310.
-, payments to, in England, 271, 419, 494, 495.
-, reduced, 10, 487.
-, respits, 524.
-, subsistence, 5, 102.
-, transportation charges, 577.
-, Arsenal in, arms, &c., for, payment for, 45; estimate for building, 6. See also Dublin.
-, Attorney General. See Burgh, W.; Forster, J.
-, Attorney General and Solicitor. See Ireland—Law Officers.
-, Battle Axe Guards in, Agent to the Company of, payment to, 243; captain of. See Harrison, W.; clothing for, 243.
-, Black Rod. See Ireland—Gentleman Usher.
-, beef and pork from, 473.
-, beer in, Act for an additional duty on [Irish Act 8 Anne, Sess. 4, c. 2], 259.
-, business of, at the Treasury, days appointed for, 34.
-, Chancellor of. See Ireland—Lord Chancellor.
-, Chancellor of the Exchequer, misbehaviour by, 7. See also Savage, P.
-, Chancery Court, Cursitor or Clerk and Engrosser General of all writs out of (Cursitor of Exchequer writs) (T. Carr), diminution of his salary, 258; Master in (—, Crown), petition for his removal, 7.
-, Chief Governor of, allowance of, 508; matters referred to, 440, 593; reports and recommendations of, 510. See also Butler, James, Duke of Ormonde; Talbot, Richard, Earl of Tyrconnel.
-, Civil Establishment. See Ireland—Establishment.
-, Commissary General of provisions in, accounts of, 212.
-, Common Pleas, Court of, Justice of (Sir E. Dobben), 293.
-, concordatums, charges defrayed out of, 294; report re, 511.
-, conveyances in. See Ireland—Public Deeds.
-, corn from, importation of, Order in Council re, 158; prevention of abuses, 159; ships carrying, convoys for, 158.
-, corrector of the Press in, 261.
-, Council, Clerk of the, fees, 262.
-, Crown Revenues, issue out of. 391: and see Ireland—Revenue.
-, Custodiam lease, petition re, 388.
-, Customs collectors in, and exportation of corn, 159.
-, Debts in, Act for recovery of, by Civil Bills [Irish Acts, 6 Anne, Sess. 3, c. 5], 258.
-, Deeds. See Ireland—Public Deeds.
-, Establishment, Civil:
-, charges on, 294.
-, consideration of, by the Treasury, 100.
-, pensions on, 258, 273, 316; petitions for, 576, 581.
-, petition for the rent of Prizage Duty to be placed on, 441.
-, Exchequer Court, Barons of, judgment by, 335; Cursitor of Writs of, 258.
-, Exchequer [Receipt], quit rents paid into, 273, 458.
-, Excise, Commissioners of (T. Keightley; S. Ogle; F. Roberts: J. South; Sir T. Southwell), appointed Chief Commissioners and Governors of all revenues, 467.
-, expedition to reduce (1689), account for, 17.
-, forfeitures in (Irish Forfeitures), accruing to the Crown, recovery of, 18, 269; debentures charged on, interest on, issue for paying, 43, 427, 428; Paymaster of. See Jett, Thomas.
-, Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod (T. Ellis; T. Paget), payment to, 262.
-, Hanaper, Clerk of the, payment to, 262.
-, lands in, grant of, 273, 458; title to, petition for, 324.
-, Law Officers (Attorney and Solicitor General), opinion of, to be taken as to proceeding against the Chancellor of the Exchequer, for misdemeanour, 7, 194.
-, letter from, mentioned, 243.
-, Linen Bill, mistake in, 188.
-, linen cloth, memorial for prolongation of term for exporting, 188.
-, linen manufacture, petition for encouraging, 6.
-, linseed imported into, from Scotland, account of, required, 223.
-, Lord Chancellor (Chancellor) of. See Freeman, Richard; Phipps, Sir C.
-, Lord Lieutenant (Lieutenant General and General Governor); and see Butler, James, Duke of Ormonde; Wharton, Thomas, Earl of Wharton.
-, and the arsenal at Dublin, 12, 259.
-, attending the Treasury, 6.
-, directions by, re exportation of corn, 159.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 107, 120, 126, 169, 194, 195, 197, 198, 203, 230, 238, 252, 256, 261, 269, 273, 276, 305, 309(2), 314, 323, 324, 354, 355, 388, 408, 419, 429, 494, 510, 541, 549, 581, 605; mentioned, 18.
-, memorial to, 188.
-, petition presented by, 6.
-, recommendation by, 7.
-, reports from, 95, 582, 600, 602.
-, warrants to, 131, 144, 147, 154, 185, 204, 243, 258, 262, 265, 266, 271, 287, 293, 296, 310, 316, 343, 370, 391, 425, 430, 458, 467, 471.
-, Lords Justices, 601.
-, allowances of, 508.
-, letter from, mentioned, 600.
-, letter to, 493.
-, reports and recommendations by, 106, 107, 510.
-, warrant to (1697), mentioned, 487.
-, malt from, 504.
-, military establishment. See Ireland—Army.
-, militia in, services in, 243.
-, north of, company of foot raised in, 243.
-, ordnance in, officers of, 106, 511.
-, Ordnance Office in, arms issued by, unfit for service, 276.
-, Palatines in, Commissioners for settling, reports and representations by, 511, 541, 600, 601; reports on, 95, 107.
-, papers relating to, mentioned, 14.
-, Parliament of:
-, bills. See Irish Bills.
-, charges and demands of, report re, 511; warrant to pay, 262.
-, officers' application to, hindered, 204.
-, supplies granted by, 6.
-, House of Commons:
-, addresses of, 203, 391.
-, members of, 258; memorial of, 188.
-, necessaries for, payment for, 262.
-, officers of, payments to, 262.
-, petition from, 6.
-, Speaker of, payments to, 7, 262; and see Brodrick, Alan.
-, House of Lords:
-, necessaries for, payment for, 262.
-, officers of, payments to, 262.
-, Speaker of, payments to, 7, 262; and see Freeman, Richard.
-, wine for, 262.
-, Paymaster General of (Earl of Anglesey and Lord Hyde), 85.
-, popery in, Act passed against the further growth of [Irish Acts, 6 Anne, Sess, 3, c. 6], 258.
-, pork from. See Ireland—beef.
-, Postmaster, Deputy (I. Manley), 147.
-, Press in, corrector of, 261.
-, Prime Serjeant, attending the Council, payment to, 262.
-, Privy Councillor, See Jones, R., Earl of Ranelagh.
-, Privy Councillors of, entitled to allowance of French wine and sack [as by Act. 28 Eliz., c. 4, as confirmed by 14--15 Car. II, Sess. 4, c. 9, section 16], 549.
-, Public Bills, fees for copying, reading, &c., 262.
-, Public Deeds, Conveyances and Wills in, Register of (B. Parry), 238, 258.
-, Pursuivants at Arms, the three, petition for restoration of salaries, 169; report on, 510.
-, Quit rents:
-, annuity out of, 273.
-, grant of, 458.
-, paid into the Exchequer, 273, 458.
-, payments out of, 68, 583.
-, records of. See Dublin Castle (Birmingham Tower).
-, reduction of:
-, artillery train employed in, paymaster of (W. Hubbald), 199, 384.
-, Earl of Cavan's services (temp Eliz.) in, 287.
-, expedition for (1689), account re, 17.
-, forces for, subsistence, provisions, transportation charges, &c., 281, 282.
-, services in, 243.
-, remittances from, 5, 10, 45, 579.
-, Revenue (Revenues, Profits and Casualties) in:
-, collectors of, 273; petition and recommendation for places, 302, 327.
-, Commissioners (Chief Commissioners and Governors) of (T. Keightley; S. Ogle; F. Roberts; Sir W. St. Quintin; J. South; Sir T. Southwell); and see Strickland, Sir W.
-, commission, 467; warrant for renewing, 84.
-, counsel to (J. Forster; J. Jephson), 7, 271.
-, letters to and matters referred to, 126, 223, 229, 273, 302, 327, 516, 602.
-, orders to, 18, 269.
-, report by, 582.
-, salaries of, 294, 467.
-, warrants to, 269, 271.
-, desperate debts of, representation re, 511.
-, farmers of (Sir A. Shaen; L. Stanyan), 324.
-, payment out of, 41.
-, Vice Treasurer and Receiver General and Paymaster of. See Annesley, John, Earl of Anglesey; Coningsby, Thomas, Lord Coningsby; Hyde, Henry, Lord Hyde.
-, salt exported to, 228.
-, Second Serjeant, attending the Council, payment to, 262.
-, Serjeants at Arms in (J. Carter; J. Povey), 262; maces of, renewal of, 294.
-, ships in, 126.
-, Solicitor General, payment to, 262; and see Forster, J.
-, tobacco imported into:
-, additional duties on, granted in 1697 [by Irish Act 9 Wm. III, c. 29], 335.
-, debentures on, 179; proposal to disallow, 180.
-, from the Isle of Man, complaint of illegal trade in, representation from the Commissioners of Trade and Order in Council upon, 179, 180.
-, from Scotland, account of, required, 223.
-, tobacco smuggling into, 179; bill to prevent, 364.
-, transportation of forces to, 12, 223, 448.
-, travellers to, 273.
-, Treasurer at War. See Ireland—Vice Treasurer.
-, Treasury of, payment from, 419.
-, Ulster King at Arms (W. Hawkins), 256.
-, Vice Treasurer (Vice Treasurer, Treasurer at War and Paymaster General), accounts of, 41, 573; and see Annesley, John, Earl of Anglesey; Hyde, Henry, Lord Hyde.
-, Wills in. See Ireland—Public Deeds.
-, war in, services and losses in, 305, 309.
-, western trade of, and the Isles of Arran, 324.
-, wool and woollen manufactures exported from, keeper of accounts of (M. Tucker), 516.

Ireland, Mr., his lodgings at Somerset House, 373.

Irish:
-, Acts, 258, 259, 335.
-, Army, officer plundered by, 243.
-, bills, expenses re, 262.
-, cloth, exportation of, to the Plantations, copies of Act 3 and 4 Anne, c. 7, ordered, 431.
-, debentures. See Ireland—forfeitures.
-, prisoners, transported to Hamburg, 283.
-, regiments. See Army—Spain and Portugal.
-, soldiers, commissary for transporting, to France (1692 and 1693), 47.
-, transport debt, 282.

Iron, importation of, 118(2), 166, 171(2), 178, 193, 312(2), 314, 335(3), 430(2), 433, 448, 451, 456, 467, 470, 472, 476, 486, 505(3), 528, 530, 544; not susceptible to plague infection, 430.

Irvine (Irwin), co. Ayr, Customs Establishment for, 410; tidesmen at, 216.

Isaacson, Anthony, collector of Newcastle port, petition for additional allowance, 214.
-, -, James, petitioner, 590.

Islay, co. Argyll, Customs Establishment for, 411.

Islington, co. Middlesex, lands in (Little St. John's wood and Highbury wood), lease of, 151.

Italian silk (thrown silk), importation of, 165, 170.

Italy:
-, Army in. See Army—Italy, bills of Exchange from, payment of, 96.
-, Imperial recruits from, 247.

Itchenor, co. Sussex, riding officers at, 404.

Itier, Scipion d', ensign, allowance on the Irish Establishment for, 259.