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Ramirez, Andres "Muy Reverendos señore... Toledo: 1540. Inquisition 2

Spanish. Alonso Carranza, a silk weaver of the San Christoval parish (Toledo), is certified to have completed his sentence by publicly standing hatless with a yellow candle during high mass. Contains signature.

Cuesta, Ignacio "Hermano: Vuestra cass... S.l.n.a.: [1600s?]. Inquisition 1

Spanish. Notice of death penalty, addressed to an unnamed prisoner with final offer of reconciliation. Contains signature and wax seal.

Juana, Reina Doña [queen Juana "the mad"] La Reyno dona Juana Paraque... Valladolid: 1510. Inquisition 3

Spanish. Royal document in defense of the Santa Hermandad Vieja de Toledo confraternity. Signed by members of the consejo, with large royal wax seal (on verso). A later transcript has been added at the end.

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.

Propositiones delatae ad Tr... S.l.n.a.: [1600s?]. Inquisition 8

Latin. Notes on orthodoxy of theological writings by Lucas Waddingus (d. 1657) and Marco Antonio Alós y Orraca (d. 1667).

Memorial, que el Tribunal, ... S.l.n.a.: [1620s]. Inquisition 10

Spanish. Collection of policy documents, some fragmentary, compiled under Inquisitor General Andrés Pacheco (1622-1626). Formerly part of a larger volume, foliated 402-406.

"Sepan cuantos esta ca... [Seville?]: 1559. Inquisition 5

Spanish. Signed document listing benefices and possessions of various clergy in Seville region.

Forma absolutionis ad caute... S.l.n.a.: [1600s?]. Inquisition 9


Treslado de las familiatura... Treviana, Logroño: 1629 (manuscript), 1617 (printed document). Inquisition 12

Spanish. Two separate but related documents; the first is a manuscript notarized document (Treviana, 1629) produced on behalf of Diego Lopez de Ocio, a familiar of the inquisition. It includes copies of various documents, including certificates of familiatura originally granted to both Diego Lopez de Ocio (1611) and his uncle Hernando Correa de Velasco (1571). The second is a printed certificate (Logroño 1617), filled out by hand, noting privileges for Diego Lopez de Ocio in his capacity of inquisitorial familiar. Cf. INQ100.