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Compendio, y Sumario del Ed... S.l.n.a.: [1700s]. Inquisition 19

Spanish. Public notice of Edict of faith, requiring denunciation of various heresies. Cf. INQ279, INQ280.

Modo de absolver â los Sect... S.l.n.a.: [1700s?]. Inquisition 20

Spanish and Latin.

"Nos don Francisco Per... S.l.n.a. [Mexico?]: [1700s?]. Inquisition 38

Spanish. Documents relating to Inquisition and law in the New world, ranging from 1717 to 1797; some apparently copied in the Secretaría de la Cámara de Gobierno, Mexico, for the benefit of an archbishop by Licenciado Antonio Dies de Medina, Secretary. 1. 34 articles on Inquisition procedure (Madrid 1747). 2.- Royal order to respect the Inquisition (1763). 3.- Royal brief for Viceroys (Aranjuez 1744). 4.- Royal brief on legal procedure (Aranjuez 1740). 5.- Royal brief (Aranjuez 1763). 6.- Royal brief on removal of immunity for criminals, and prison duties for Knights of San Juan (el Buen Retiro 1757). 7.- Royal brief on inquisitorial jurisdiction (Segovia 1717). 8.- Royal brief on Puntos de Fuerza (San Lorenzo del Real 1721). 9.- Royal brief to the Audiencia of Guadalaxara, in response to its legal case (el Buen Retiro 1762). 10.- Royal brief on Church legal involvement (el Buen Retiro 1757). 11.- Royal brief with further details on the preceding (el Buen Retiro 1760). 12.- Response from the Fiscal, in light of the preceding, on the case of the Convento de la Concepción (México 1764). 13.- Royal brief on immunity for criminals (San Lorenzo 1750). 14.- Royal brief on the preceding (el Pardo 1764; 1765). 15.- Royal brief on jurisdiction of royal judges and inquisition in bigamy cases (el Buen Retiro 1754). 16.- Royal brief on clergy rights (el Buen Retiro 1753). 17.- Edict clarifying and modifying brief of 1753 on clergy rights in New World (Aranjuez 1757). 18.- Royal edict noting proliferation of under-populated Augustinian convents in New World; invokes 1711 brief of Paul V before archbishops of Lima y México calling for suppression of some convents and new recruitment efforts in others; with further information on convents in Indies for royal familiars and officials (Madrid 1797). 19.- Royal brief ordering observance of Ley 1ª de Castilla Lib. 5º, tit. 19, on mercantile fraud, addressed to the Alcaldes of the Sala del Crimen de la Real Audiencia de México (Madrid 1719). 20.- Royal brief on Church tribunals, with review of documents on this point (San Lorenzo 1743). 21.- Copy of ch. 19 of a royal brief referring to the recovery of tribes (Alcavalas?) in New Spain (Pardo 1765). 22.- Royal pragmatic sanction to be published in all realms on law regarding intestate inheritance (Pardo 1766). 23.- Brief on problems surrounding shipment of silver to Spain (Pardo 1768). 24. - Letter of the Conde de Aranda, on patrimonial revenues (Madrid 1768). 25.- Royal order to Viceroys of New Spain, warning Alcaldes Mayores not to mistreat missionaries (Bucareli 1773).

Antidotum contra Virulentam... S.l.n.a.: [ca. 1748?]. Inquisition 278

Latin. Brief on the writings of Henry Noris (d. 1704); apparently a Spanish inquisitor's response to pope Benedict XIV's 1748 letter ordering removal of Noris' works from the 1747 Spanish Index of banned books. The Spanish inquisitors did not relent until 1758; cf. INQ349, 359, 360.

Compendio, y Sumario del Ed... S.l.n.a.: [1700s]. Inquisition 279

Spanish. Public notice of Edict of faith, requiring denunciation of various heresies. Cf. INQ19, INQ280.

Compendio, y Sumario del Ed... S.l.n.a.: [1700s]. Inquisition 280

Spanish. Public notice of Edict of faith, requiring denunciation of various heresies. Cf. INQ19, INQ279.

"Nos los Inquisidores ... En la Inquisicion de México: [1700s?]. Inquisition 285

Spanish. Undated blank form banning import of all unlicensed books.

"Nos los Inquisidores ... S.l.n.a.: [1700s]. Inquisition 281

Spanish. Edict banning and expurgating various books and writings published 1615-1731, including Quétif and Echard's "Scriptores Ordinis Praedicatorum" and a history of France under Louis XIV.