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.
"De mi el licenciado J... Toledo: 1574. Inquisition 6
Spanish. Printed certificate filled out by hand and signed by inquisitors, listing punishments for an excommunicate woman; contains further manuscript notes on verso. Damaged, illegible in parts.
"Sepan cuantos esta ca... [Seville?]: 1559. Inquisition 5
Spanish. Signed document listing benefices and possessions of various clergy in Seville region.
Valdes, Fernando de Compilacion de las Instrucc... S.l.n.a. [Madrid?]: [1561?]. Inquisition 30
Spanish. Heavily annotated, with additions on final page in a contemporary hand. Lacking title page, but this appears to be a copy of the first edition.
Torquemada, Thomas de [Tomas] Copilacion de las Instrucio... Madrid: 1576. Inquisition 31
Eymerici, Nicolaus [Nicholas Eymeric] Directorium Inquisitorum; Romae [Rome]: 1578-1579. Inquisition 32
Latin. Second edition, 2 vols. in one. Edited with commentary by Francisco Peña.
Quiroga, Gasparis a [Gaspar de] Index et Catalogus Librorum... Madriti [Madrid]: 1583-1584. Inquisition 44
Spanish and Latin. Two volumes bound together. Some mispagination in second work. Second work contains alphabetical index at end, followed on last page by manuscript addition (dated 1600) of more books to be expurgated.
Philippi II, Regis Catholic... Antverpiae [Antwerp]: 1570. Inquisition 43
French, Dutch, Latin. Two works bound together; the first is a set of royal edicts and the second is the Index proper, using different typefaces to list titles in different languages. Some manuscript annotations.
Valdes, Ferdinandus de [Fernando] Cathalogus Librorum, qui pr... Pinciae [Valladolid]: 1559. Inquisition 42
Spanish and Latin.
Auto que se celebró en la V... S.l.n.a.: [1559?]. Inquisition 51
Spanish. Contemporary account, apparently taken from a larger register or compilation as evident from pagination. Copy may be in a later hand.
Familiatura del santo ofici... Valencia: 1569. Inquisition 94
Spanish. Printed certificate filled in by hand, naming Iayme Aguilar a familiar of the inquisition. Contains signatures.
Titulos de Familiar del San... Valladolid: 1559. Inquisition 93
Spanish. Document naming Juan de Torizes a familar of the inquisition. Contains text of earlier royal documents concerning appointment and privileges of familiares. Contains signatures.
Titulo de la familiaratura ... En el Castillo de Triana [Seville]: 1577. Inquisition 96
Spanish. Ornate certificate with hand-colored illustration at top, naming Hernando de Porto Carrera [Fernando de Puerto Carrero] a familiar of the inquisition. Contains signatures (Licenciado Paramo et al.) and wax seal. Document was certified the following day (on verso).
Titulo de la familiaratura ... Valladolid: 1597. Inquisition 97
Spanish. Printed certificate with decorative border and image of St. Peter Martyr, naming Juan Alonso de Salamanca a familiar of the inquisition. Contains signatures, and a later family tree on verso showing Salamanca's linear descendants to 1670s.
"Nos los Inquisidores ... En el Castillo de Triana [Seville]: 1572. Inquisition 95
Spanish. Ornate certificate with hand-colored border illustrations, naming Francisco Martin Boça a familiar of the inquisition. Contains signatures (Licenciado Paramo et al.).
Relación de los méritos del... [Cuenca]: 1596; 1600; [?]. Inquisition 118
Spanish. Summary of 1594 trial, with secret evidence of numbered witnesses. Ana was condemned to death for Judaizing practices, with sentence commuted after reconciliation at a 1596 Auto de fe to confiscation of goods and perpetual prison. The document notes she was a good prisoner and recommends further commutation; a marginal note declares she was released in 1600. A later transcription of the document is included.
Castro, Alfonso a [de Castro Zamorense] Adversus Omnes Haereses. Li... Parisiis [Paris]: 1560. Inquisition 127
Latin. Third edition. Manuscript note on title page indicates this volume was expurgated in accordance with the index of 1631 and then again with the index of 1690.
Paramo, Ludovico à [Luis de] De Origine et Progressu Off... Matriti [Madrid]: 1598. Inquisition 129
Latin. First edition.
Gonsalvio, Reginaldo [Reginaldus Gonsalvius Montanus; Raimundo Gonzalez de Montes (ps.); AKA Antonio del Corro?] Sanctae Inquisitionis Hispa... Heidelbergae [Heydelbergae; Heidelberg]: 1567. Inquisition 128
Latin. First edition.
"Sepan quantos esta ca... S.l. [Granada?]: 1567. Inquisition 204
Spanish. Printed form with blank spaces filled in by hand, detailing goods and properties seized by the inquisition, evaluated and subsequently sold to Juan Ximenez, an inquisition familiar. Relevant royal privileges are included. Contains signatures.
Paulus Papa IIII [pope Paul IV] Breve revocationis omnium l... Romae [Rome]: 1558. Inquisition 205
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.
"Nos los Inquisidores ... Toledo: 1600. Inquisition 211
Spanish. Printed certificate, filled in by hand. The document notes privileges and exemptions of inquisitorial familiares, and cites recent mistreatment of the familiar Alonso Diaz Guerrero in the town of Alcazar. Contains signatures and wax seal. A further note, added a month later, confirms the document was acknowledged by town officials. Cf. #212.
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.