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Fernandez[?] Castelao, Ysidro "Senor Don Juan Franci... Madrid: 1803. Inquisition 27

Spanish. Letter describing in great detail the construction of stage & seating arrangements for royal events in Madrid. These were constructed in the same manner as used for inquisitorial autos de fe; Marcolario was in charge of arrangements for the auto of 1781.

Olmo, Jose del Relacion Histórica del Auto... Madrid: 1820. Inquisition 87

Spanish. Reproduces much of Jose de Olmo's account of a well-known 1680 Auto. Note new pagination starts at the sermon (p. 1 coming after p. 76). Contains a reduced version of the original fold-out illustration, taped between the two sections.

Posadilla, Gines de [ps. for Leandro Fernandez de Moratín] Auto de Fe celebrado en la ... Cádiz: 1812. Inquisition 85

Spanish. Reproduces Juan de Mongaston's 1611 account of a well-known 1610 Auto, with polemical anti-inquisition introduction and notes. Cf. INQ88.

Olmo, Jose del Relacion Histórica del Auto... [Madrid]: 1680 [1820]. Inquisition 86

Spanish. Reproduces much of Jose de Olmo's account of a well-known 1680 Auto. Title page is missing, but this appears to be Cano's 1820 Madrid edition with new pagination starting at the sermon (p. 1 coming after p. 76). Missing fold-out illustration.

Matute i Luquin, Gaspar Coleccion de los Autos Gene... Córdoba: [1836?]. Inquisition 89

Spanish. Contains accounts of more than a dozen Autos from 1483-1745, collected by the editor from various manuscript and printed sources with anti-inquisition polemical notes added. The first few are merely summarized, likely from manuscript records; more formal auto relaciones are reprinted for the period 1625-1745. Also contains errata list.

Posadilla, Gines de [ps. for Leandro Fernandez de Moratín] Auto de Fe celebrado en la ... Madrid: 1820. Inquisition 88

Spanish. Reproduces Juan de Mongaston's 1611 account of a well-known 1610 Auto, with polemical anti-inquisition introduction and notes. Cf. INQ85.

"Reales Cedulas...&quo... Madrid; Toledo: 1804-1818. Inquisition 116

Spanish. Collection of printed and manuscript documents regarding Antonio Benito and his status in the inquisition's Santa Hermandad confraternity. The Hermandad's centuries-old role in the suppression of gypsies and bandits is noted, along with more recent struggles against the French invaders. Benito's qualities and blood purity (limpieza) are noted, for which he is named comisario quadrillero of the Hermandad. Contains signatures and wax seal.

Cartilla de Comisarios del ... Barcelona; Barconine [Barcelona]: [1799]; 1847. Inquisition 163

Spanish and Latin. Two works bound together. The first is a short set of instructions for inquisitorial commissaries and notaries, in Spanish (with a Latin prayer at end); the second is a Latin treatise of Church law on financial dealings. Ownership inscription: "es a uso del P. Ambrosio de Barcelona Calificador del Santo Oficio, 1801".

Constituciones, y Ordinacio... Zaragoza: 1802. Inquisition 167

Spanish. Includes alphabetical list of confraternity members 1771-1802.

Discurso histórico-legal so... Valladolid: 1802. Inquisition 168

Spanish.

Llorente, Juan Antonio Memoria Histórica sobre qua... Madrid: 1812. Inquisition 172

Spanish. First edition.

Discursión del Proyecto de ... Cadiz: 1813. Inquisition 173

Spanish. Collection of documents and speeches by various public figures on the abolition of the inquisition.

Llorente, Juan Antonio Historia Critica de la Inqu... Madrid: 1822. Inquisition 186

Spanish. 10 vols.

Clararrosa, Jose Joaquin Viage al Mundo Subterraneo ... Cádiz: 1820. Inquisition 182

Spanish.

"Nos los Inquisidores ... En la Inquisicion de Murcia: 1801. Inquisition 393

Spanish. Edict banning 72 books and writings, 42 of which are forbidden even to those with licenses, and expurgating several others. All restrictions on the writings of Juan de Palafox y Mendoza, on the other hand, are removed in accordance with earlier edicts.

"Nos los Inquisidores ... En el Real Castillo de la Inquisicion de Cuenca: 1804. Inquisition 395

Spanish. Summary notice of suspended case against the alumbrada Isabel Herraiz, with orders for her supporters to cease their activities and turn in all writings on the subject.

Muñoz, Bartolomé "Con fecha 3 de mayo d... Madrid: 1804. Inquisition 396

Spanish. Notice of royal policy on inquisitorial jurisdiction.

Caballero, Josef Antonio Real Orden de Su Magestad c... Madrid: 1806. Inquisition 398

Spanish. Copy of a letter concerning royal policy on inquisitorial jurisdiction, with reference to particular cases of Antonio and Géronimo de la Cuesta.

"Nos los Inquisidores ... En la Inquisicion de Sevilla [Seville]: 1807. Inquisition 400

Spanish. Edict banning 17 books and writings, 9 of which are forbidden even to those with licenses, expurgating one other and making corrections. Contains signature.

Real Decreto y Proclama de ... Cádiz; Madrid; [Arganda del Rey]: [1813]. Inquisition 410

Spanish. Collection of documents relating to the abolition of the inquisition, apparently dating to 1813 and purchased by a priest of Arganda named José Garcia Armesto. Included are 5 printed proclamations (some with signatures) from the regency Cortes on reform of religious life in Spain, including abolition of the inquisition while retaining punishments for heresy. Manuscript copies of instructions follow, with various signatures, explaining how measures are to be implemented in local parishes.

Cano Manuel, Antonio et al "La Regencia del Reyno... Cádiz: 1813. Inquisition 409

Spanish. Notice of the Cortes' decision under Constitution article 305 to abolish the inquisition's use of images and inscriptions to publicize and memorialize the names of those formerly condemned for heresy. These are to be removed from all churches and monasteries, and destroyed within 3 days. Cf. INQ408.

Cano Manuel, Antonio et al "La Regencia del Reyno... Cádiz: 1813. Inquisition 408

Spanish. Notice of the Cortes' decision under Constitution article 305 to abolish the inquisition's use of images and inscriptions to publicize and memorialize the names of those formerly condemned for heresy. These are to be removed from all churches and monasteries, and destroyed within 3 days. Cf. INQ409.

Borbon, L. de La Regencia de las Españas. Cádiz: 1813. Inquisition 407

Spanish. Condemnation of papal nuncio Pedro Gravina for interference in efforts to abolish the inquisition. Includes 11 documents drawn from the nuncio's correspondence on this matter.

"La Cortes Generales y... Cádiz: 1813. Inquisition 411

Spanish. Notice of the Cortes' decision to maintain punishments for heresy despite having abolished the inquisition.

Rizi, F. [Rizzi, Francisco] Auto de fe celebrado en la ... Museo del Prado [Madrid]: [1800s]. Inquisition 553

Spanish. Nineteenth-century sepia photograph (numbered 109) of an original painting in the Prado, depicting the staging and audiences at a major auto-de-fe. The view is similar to engravings found in Olmo's 1680 Relacion for the event. Quite faded.

Lista de los Libros Prohibi... Badajoz: 1826. Inquisition 417

Spanish. Alphabetical list of over 100 censored titles by authors including Ovid, Rousseau, "Bolter" [sic for Voltaire], Diderot, Llorente, Martínez Marina, Mendizábal, etc.

Alfaro, José et al Representacion que ha dirig... Córdoba: [1824]. Inquisition 416

Spanish.

"Juan Josef Bordugo Pr... Madrid; Toledo: 1807. Inquisition 581

Spanish. Certification of legitimacy and blood purity (limpieza) for Hernando Portocarrero Benito and Geronima de Mendoza his wife. Genealogical and archival research goes back to 1570s. Contains signature and wax seal.