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Peralta Barnuevo y Rocha, Pedro de Relacion del Auto de Fe cel... Lima: 1733. Inquisition 83

Spanish. Includes a lengthy justificatory essay.

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.

Olmo, José del Relacion Histórica del Auto... Mejico [Mexico]: 1849. Inquisition 90

Spanish. Reproduces much of Jose de Olmo's account of a well-known 1680 Auto, without illustration.

"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.

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Francisco Portero de la Vega (et al.), Garcia, Pablo;, Joseph Antonio Llanes Campomanes Zienfuegos y Arguelles; Orden que comunmente se gua... S.l.n.a. [Madrid?]: [1607, 1622 or 1628?]. Inquisition 132

Spanish. MS title page apparently taken from 1736 Valencia ed., but main printed text conforms with earlier Madrid editions. Extensive MS underlining and annotations in multiple hands, including Llanes and Portero. Bound with multiple other short seventeenth century inquisitorial texts, both MS and printed.