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Real Decreto y Proclama de ... Cádiz; Madrid; [Arganda del Rey]: [1813]. 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.

Rizi, F. [Rizzi, Francisco] Auto de fe celebrado en la ... Museo del Prado [Madrid]: [1800s]. Inquisition 553

Spanish. Nineteenth-century sepia photograph (numbered 109) of an original painting in the Prado, depicting the staging and audiences at a major auto-de-fe. The view is similar to engravings found in Olmo's 1680 Relacion for the event. Quite faded.

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Sotomaior, Antonii a [Sotomayor, Antonio de] Novissimus Librorum Prohibi... Madriti [Madrid]: 1640. Inquisition 554

Spanish and Latin. Contains alphabetical index at start, supplement at end.

Sotomayor, Antonio de Edicto del Illustrissimo se... Madrid: 1634. Inquisition 555

Spanish. Edict banning books, especially those hostile to religious Orders such as the Jesuits. Contains text of public announcement and description of a book burning, with related documents. Cf. INQ225, INQ227 and INQ327, issued on the same day; also INQ264 and INQ276.

Silva, Gomez de et al "Haviendose representa... [Madrid?]: 1636; 1637. Inquisition 571

Spanish. Registered copy (paginated 153) of a letter to the Lima inquisition from the Suprema, urging establishment of a tribunal in Buenos Aires. Receipt acknowledged in Los Reyes [Lima] 31 May 1637, six months after it was sent.

"Juan Josef Bordugo Pr... Madrid; Toledo: 1807. Inquisition 581

Spanish. Certification of legitimacy and blood purity (limpieza) for Hernando Portocarrero Benito and Geronima de Mendoza his wife. Genealogical and archival research goes back to 1570s. Contains signature and wax seal.