"Nos los Inquisidores,... S.l.n.a.: [1600s?]. Inquisition 210
Spanish. Edict of faith, requiring denunciations of various heresies and anathematizing those who fail to comply. Spaces for date and place left blank.
Cartas y Previlegios [sic] ... S.l.n.a. [Toledo?]: 1608?. Inquisition 213
Spanish. Collection of privileges relating to the Santa Hermandad confraternity, dating back to 1417. A blank form for presentation of privileges is included.
23. Indulgencias Concedidas por Nuestro Sanctissimo Padre Paulo Papa Quinto Pontifices, a los Inquisidores contra contra la heretica pravedad, y a sus Vicarios, Consultores, Officiales y los demas ministros y sirvientes de la santa Inquisicion, y especialmente a los que traen la Cruz por insignia, en qualquiera parte que resida.
Indulgencias Concedidas por... Valladolid: 1612. Inquisition 215
Spanish. Translation of papal indulgences issued to confraternity of St. Peter Martyr and other familiars and officials in 1611 by Paul V. Scipio Cobellutius's name is printed at the end of the document, which is then signed by Juan Martines de la Vega. Formerly bound in a collection with INQ315, paginated pp. 13-14.
Pio V, Papa [pope Pius V] Constitucion de nuestro San... Logroño: 1609. Inquisition 214
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. Cf. INQ207, INQ208.
"Nos los Inquisidores ... En la Ciudad de Mexico, en la Sala de nuestra Audiencia: 1620. Inquisition 217
Spanish. Edict reminding confessors of inquisitorial jurisdiction over various sins and doctrinal errors, which cannot be otherwise absolved.
Pacheco, Andres Carta acordada del Ilustris... Madrid: 1622. Inquisition 220
Spanish. Edict forbidding inquisitorial officials from publically disparaging the lineage (limpieza) of others, due to the resentment this generates toward the inquisition.
"Nos los Inquisidores ... Ciudad de Mexico: 1621. Inquisition 219
Spanish. Notice to booksellers and book owners that they must comply with inquisitorial expurgation orders.
Annathema. S.l.n.a.: [1620s?]. Inquisition 218
Spanish. Edict issued by the inquisition of Galicia, anathematizing local districts for failures to denounce heresy. A date ("... de Junio de seiscientos y veinte y...") and an signature have been written in by hand at the end but both are partially illegible.
Sotomayor, Antonio de "Fray Antonio de Sotom... Madrid: 1634. Inquisition 227
Spanish. Edict banning books, especially those hostile to religious Orders such as the Jesuits. Contains manuscript summary on verso, notaries' marks at bottom. Cf. INQ225, INQ327 and INQ555, issued on the same day; also INQ264 and INQ276.
Sotomayor, Antonio de "Don Fray Antonio de S... Madrid: 1634. Inquisition 226
Spanish. Edict repeating the 1633 order to read papal bulls relating to the inquisition in all monasteries. Particular note is made of pope Gregory XV's 1622 brief on cases of solicitation in the confessional; such cases fall under inquisitorial jurisdiction. Confirmation of this should be added to annual readings of Edicts of Faith etc. Contains signature. Cf. INQ228, INQ229, INQ326.