Dellon, Charles Relation de L'Inquisiti... Paris: 1688. Inquisition 140
French. First edition[?]. Contains illustrations, including two large fold-out engravings.
Dellon, Charles Voyages de Mr. Dellon, avec... Cologne: 1711. Inquisition 145
French. A considerably expanded version of the original 1687-1688 text in 2 vols., with several illustrations including 3 fold-out engravings in vol. 2.
[Marsollier, Jacques?] Histoire de l'Inquisiti... Cologne: 1693. Inquisition 143
French. First edition.
[Marsollier, Jacques?] Histoire des Inquisitions; ... Cologne: 1759. Inquisition 152
French. 2 vols., with several illustrations including fold-out engravings. Vol. 2 includes materials from Dellon, Limborch et al., added to Marsollier's original 1693 text.
Arrest des Inquisiteurs, or... Lisbonne [Lisbon, Lisboa]: 1761. Inquisition 153
French and Portuguese. Copied and translated from an original Portuguese printed text.
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.
Maistre, Joseph de [Maître] Lettres a un Gentilhomme Ru... Bruxelles [Brussels]: 1828. Inquisition 191
Execution des Criminels Con... Paris: [1700s?]. Inquisition 552
French. There are two copies of the same image, of varying quality, both hand-colored. Both depict a burning on the docks in Lisbon, before a large crowd, at the conclusion of a public auto-de-fe. Only one copy has French text, along with a manuscript note in Dutch; the other may be from a different printer.
La Sale de l'Inquisitio... S.l.n.a.: [1600s]. Inquisition 550
French. Appears to be an image cut from a copy of Charles Dellon's "Relation de L'Inquisition de Goa" or similar, depicting interrogation of a suspect by two inquisitors.
Inquisition [image title]. S.l.n.a.: [1600s?]. Inquisition 582
French. Single page taken from a French book, with "de l'Europe" apparently as part of the title. The image, identified as "figure CXLIII" and depicting an auto-de-fe, is on p. 315; on the verso (p. 316) a section of text.