Eymerico, Nicolao [Eymeric, Nicolas], Marchena, J. (tr.) Manual de Inquisidores, par... Mompeller [Montpellier]: 1821. Inquisition 41
Spanish. Second edition; translation of 1762 French abridged version with notes by J. Marchena.
Eymerico, Nicolao [Eymeric, Nicolas], Marchena, J. (tr.) Manual de Inquisidores, par... Mompeller [Montpellier]: 1819. Inquisition 40
Spanish. Translation of 1762 French abridged version, with notes by J. Marchena.
Quiroga, Gasparis [Gaspar de] Index Librorum Expurgatorum. Salmuri [Saumur]: 1601. Inquisition 45
Latin. Copy of the 1584 Madrid Expurgatory Index, issued by French protestants to show the misguided nature of censorship by the Spanish Inquisition; an essay listing examples of harmless yet censored books precedes the original introductory note. Some mispagination. Contains alphabetical index at end.
Castro, Alfonso a [de Castro Zamorense] Adversus Omnes Haereses. Li... Parisiis [Paris]: 1560. Inquisition 127
Latin. Third edition. Manuscript note on title page indicates this volume was expurgated in accordance with the index of 1631 and then again with the index of 1690.
Carenae Cremonensis, Caesar [Carena, Cesare] Tractatus de Officio Sancti... Lugduni [Lyons]: 1669. Inquisition 137
Dellon, Charles Relation de L'Inquisiti... Paris: 1688. Inquisition 140
French. First edition[?]. Contains illustrations, including two large fold-out engravings.
Fereal, M. V. de [Suberwick, Me. de] Mystères de l'Inquisiti... Paris: [1800s]. Inquisition 166
French. Lacks introduction. Many illustrations.
Llorente, Jean-Antoine [Juan Antonio] Histoire Critique de l'... Paris: 1818. Inquisition 180
French. In 4 vols., translated from the original Spanish text by Alexis Pellier.
[Llorente, Juan Antonio?] Consultas del Real y Suprem... Paris: 1818. Inquisition 181
Spanish. First edition. Contains various texts relating to Spanish politics, including "abusos del Santo Oficio", from the 17th and 18th centuries.
Judice, Francisco [Francesco Guidice] "Don Francisco Judice,... Marly: 1714. Inquisition 307
Spanish. Edict banning various books and writings of authors such as Barclay and Talon. Cardinal Giudice was resident at the French court in Marly at this time on a diplomatic mission.