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Aytona, Marquesa de [Aitona] "Senor mio. Con mucho ... Madrid: 1682. Inquisition 17

Spanish. Letter from the marquis to an inquisitor, thanking him for assistance in a legal case ("pleyto").

Pacheco, Andres Carta acordada del Ilustris... Madrid: 1622. Inquisition 220

Spanish. Edict forbidding inquisitorial officials from publically disparaging the lineage (limpieza) of others, due to the resentment this generates toward the inquisition.

Sotomayor, Antonio de "Don Fray Antonio de S... Madrid: 1634. Inquisition 226

Spanish. Edict repeating the 1633 order to read papal bulls relating to the inquisition in all monasteries. Particular note is made of pope Gregory XV's 1622 brief on cases of solicitation in the confessional; such cases fall under inquisitorial jurisdiction. Confirmation of this should be added to annual readings of Edicts of Faith etc. Contains signature. Cf. INQ228, INQ229, INQ326.

Urbano Octavo [pope Urban VIII]; Antonio de Sotomayor Bulla de Indulgencia plenar... Madrid: 1632. Inquisition 224

Spanish. Ornate gothic-style indulgence certificate, issued with papal authority by Inquisitor General de Sotomayor and filled in for a petitioner.

Sotomayor, Antonio de "Nos Don Frai Antonio ... Madrid: 1635. Inquisition 229

Spanish. Edict repeating the 1633 order to read papal bulls relating to the inquisition in all monasteries. Particular note is made of pope Gregory XV's 1622 brief on cases of solicitation in the confessional; such cases fall under inquisitorial jurisdiction. Since then certain writings have emerged to the contrary; these are now condemned. Contains signature but no wax seal. Cf. INQ226, INQ228, INQ326.

Sotomayor, Antonio de "Nos Don Frai Antonio ... Madrid: 1635. Inquisition 228

Spanish. Edict repeating the 1633 order to read papal bulls relating to the inquisition in all monasteries. Particular note is made of pope Gregory XV's 1622 brief on cases of solicitation in the confessional; such cases fall under inquisitorial jurisdiction. Since then certain writings have emerged to the contrary; these are now condemned. Contains signature and wax seal. Cf. INQ226, INQ229, INQ326.

Rocaberti, Juan Tomas de "Nos Don Juan Tomas de... Madrid: 1696. Inquisition 276

Spanish. Republication of the 1688 version of a 1634 edict condemning attacks on religious Orders. Space for date left blank. Cf. INQ227, INQ264, INQ327 and INQ555.

"Nos los Inquisidores ... Madrid: 1706. Inquisition 294

Spanish. Edict denouncing clergy who reject the oath of fidelity to king Philip V as required by pope Clement XI, and requiring parishioners to denounce such clergy to the inquisition. Spaces for date left blank. Cf. INQ286 and INQ297.

Sotomayor, Antonio de "Don Fray Antonio de S... Madrid: 1633 [1716]. Inquisition 326

Spanish and Latin. Copy of a 1633 decree ordering annual readings of papal bulls relating to the inquisition (such as "Si de protegendis") in all monasteries. Contains signature dated 1716, and a wax seal. Cf. INQ226, INQ228, INQ229.

Camargo, Juan de; Diego de Arce Reynoso "Nos Don Juan de Camar... Madrid: 1732. Inquisition 324

Spanish. Decree republishing then-Inquisitor General Diego de Arce Reynoso's 1660 edict anulling a constitution of pope Paul V, on the issue of whether religious superiors are responsible for denouncing members of their own Orders. Contains wax seal.

Orbe y Larreatigui, Andres de; pope Clement XII "Nos D. Andres de Orbe... Madrid: 1738. Inquisition 332

Spanish and Latin. Edict promulgating a papal condemnation of Freemasonry. Contains signature and wax seal.

Perez de Prado y Cuesta, Francisco "Nos Don Francisco Per... Madrid: 1751. Inquisition 356

Spanish. Edict clarifying policies on absolution by non-inquisition clergy in Jubilee years. Cf. INQ345, INQ366 and INQ388.

Muñoz, Bartolomé "Con fecha 3 de mayo d... Madrid: 1804. Inquisition 396

Spanish. Notice of royal policy on inquisitorial jurisdiction.

Caballero, Josef Antonio Real Orden de Su Magestad c... Madrid: 1806. Inquisition 398

Spanish. Copy of a letter concerning royal policy on inquisitorial jurisdiction, with reference to particular cases of Antonio and Géronimo de la Cuesta.

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.

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.