"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.).
Cana, Joseph de la "Joseph de la Cana Cav... Inquisicion de Corte [Madrid]: 1700. Inquisition 109
Spanish. Document notes receipt of orders from inquisitor general (dated Madrid 1700) appointing Luis Maldonado, Order of Santiago, notary for the Valladolid inquisition. Contains signature of inquisitorial secretary Cana, wax seal.
"Nos los inquisidores.... En la sala de nuestra Audiencia en la Ciudad de Toledo: 1650. Inquisition 104
Spanish. Certificate with ornate colored design at top, naming Agustin Ponce de Leon a familiar of the inquisition. Contains signatures and wax seal. Certified 3 months later (at bottom); note on verso.
Titulo de Familiar del Sant... En la Inquisicion de Sevilla y Real Castillo de Triana [Seville]: 1685. Inquisition 107
Spanish. Certificate naming Joseph Antonio de la Torre Carbonera a familiar of the inquisition. Contains signatures and wax seal.
Titulo de Notario del Secre... Madrid: 1700. Inquisition 108
Spanish. Contains signatures and wax seal.
Perez de Prado y Cuesta, Francisco "Nos Don Francisco Per... Madrid; La Jineta [Gineta]: 1747-1748. Inquisition 113
Spanish. Notice from inquisitor general Perez de Prado y Cuesta, confirming Pedro Martinez de Soria's tenure as Alguacil de la Santa Cruzada (a royal donation dating back to the 1630s). Certified in the following year at la Gineta, with wax seal (on verso); text partially cut off at bottom. Contains signature.
"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.
"... pocizion de don B... Marchena: 1779. Inquisition 114
Spanish. Fragment of a cartulary, contains copy of a 1779 document naming Joseph Romero Dias Cañete a familiar of the inquisition. Contains signature of Pablo Manuel de Simancas.
"Nos los inquisidores.... En los Alcazares Reales de Cordova [Cordoba]: 1744. Inquisition 112
Spanish. Ornate certificate with hand-colored decorative border, naming Francisco Calero Alexandre de Pedraxas a familiar of the inquisition. Contains signatures; inquisitorial wax seal has detached. Badly faded in parts. Certified later in the same month (on verso).
Titulo de Secretario del Se... Madrid: 1716-1717. Inquisition 111
Spanish. Certificate confirming the retirement of Luis Maldonado as secretary of the Valladolid inquisition with full pension and perquisites. Contains signatures, inquisitorial wax seal. Certified four months later (1717) before Antonio Llanes Campomanes (on verso).
"Nos los Ynquisidores ... En la Ynquisicion de Toledo: 1785. Inquisition 115
Spanish. Ornate hand-colored & decorated certificate naming Joseph Gomez Olias Alguacil mayor for the inquisition at Morejón. Contains signatures and wax seal. Certified shortly after (on verso).
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.
Josef Nuenta Escalante, Jose Manuel Calderon et al Diligencias contra el Reo A... Santiago Compandaro [Cupandaro], Valladolid: 1798-1799. Inquisition 125
Spanish. Inquisitorial trial of Atanasio de la Cruz, Indian of Copándaro, near San Luis de Potosí (Mexico), for having made a pact with the devil. The trial began in Copándaro (1798), but was later moved to the episcopal seat of Valladolid [Mexico]. Multiple documents in multiple hands, with signatures of several inquisition officials. De la Cruz was absolved and released in July 1799.
Francisco Uraga " El señor Inquisidor ... Valladolid: 1796. Inquisition 124
Spanish. Denunciation of Fr. Josef, with testimony of colleagues concerning various improprieties at mass, as well as illicit use of chocolate, women and pornographic images. Single document with signatures Ramón Pérez and Isidorio Carranza as well as notary Francisco Uraga.
"Nos los Inquisidores ... Murcia: 1690. Inquisition 120
Spanish. Internal memo to the inquisition comisario for Aspe, Franscisco Cremades y Bernau, concerning affairs in Elche. Contains signatures.
"Nos los Inquisidores ... Valencia: 1619. Inquisition 216
Spanish. Handwritten copy of an edict banning exessive reverence for the late Francisco Gerónimo Simon. Contains signature.
"Nos los Inquisidores ... En la Inquisicion de Murcia: 1689. Inquisition 267
Spanish. Internal letter to the inquisition comisario for Elche, Miguel Angel Botella, updating him on a legal case ("pleito ejecutivo"). Contains signatures.
"Nos los Alcaldes de l... Toledo: 1735. Inquisition 328
Spanish. Collection of documents relating to the Santa Hermandad confraternity. The first three are printed forms filled in by hand on behalf of two confraternity comisarios; these contain signatures and wax seals. A series of manuscript documents follows, relating to the same Familiars and officials. Ornate binding with crest.
"Nos los Inquisidores ... Cadiz; Sevilla [Seville]: . Inquisition 389
Spanish and Latin. Collection of 4 separate but related documents with texts for promulgation of an Edict of faith (Cádiz 1776) and pronouncement of anathema (both printed), and different types of abjuration and absolution formulas in cases of heresy (manuscript). Contains signatures and wax seals.
Real Decreto y Proclama de ... Cádiz; Madrid; [Arganda del Rey]: . 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.