Libro quarto de cartas de l... Roma [Rome]: 1596-1610. Inquisition 7
Spanish, Italian and Latin. Collection of approximately 60 letters from inquisitorial agents to the Suprema at Madrid, reporting on political and religious developments in Rome. Most are signed by Juan de Hoces, but Francisco Peña's and other signatures also appear.
"Sepan cuantos esta ca... [Seville?]: 1559. Inquisition 5
Spanish. Signed document listing benefices and possessions of various clergy in Seville region.
Pio obispo siervo de los siervos de Dios [pope Pius V] "Si tenemos quotidiano... Mexico: 1569. Inquisition 208
Spanish. Translation of the bull "Si de protegendis", asserting papal protection of inquisitorial witnesses and recognition of rights pertaining to familiars and officials. Cf. INQ207, INQ214. Issued in Mexico on the orders of Bartholome de Ledesma, with blank spaces for names of local authorities; rare example of early Mexican printing.
Pio V, Papa [pope Pius V] Constitucion de Nuestro San... S.l.n.a. [Rome?]: 1569?. Inquisition 207
Spanish. Translation of the bull "Si de protegendis", originally issued 1569, asserting papal protection of inquisitorial witnesses and recognition of rights pertaining to familiars and officials; it is unclear when or where this copy was printed. Cf. INQ208, INQ214.
Phelippe [king Philip II]; Diego de Spinosa [Espinosa] "Don Phelippe Por la g... Caragoça [Zaragoza]: 1568. Inquisition 206
Spanish. Royal notice to the viceroy and other officials of Aragon concerning agreements reached with the Inquisitions of Aragon, Valencia, Catalonia, etc. on jurisdiction and limits on privileges for inquisitorial officers following the 1564 cortes of Monzón and a report by Francisco de Soto Salazar. The full text of the resulting "capitulos y decretos" determined by Inquisitor General Diego de Spinosa are included.
Saracho, Juan de; Joan Ruiz de Prado et al. "La ciudad de los Reye... Los Reyes [Lima]: 1598. Inquisition 568
Spanish. Petition requesting payment of monies owing from a local official who has been abusing his power. The inquisitors' positive response follows, continuing on verso. Contains signatures.