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Sarmiento de Valladares, Diego "Nos Don Diego Sarmien... Madrid: 1686. Inquisition 260

Spanish. Edict lifting ban on 1670 Madrid edition of María de Jesús de Agreda's "Mística Ciudad de Dios"; other editions are to be seized and examined. Space for date left blank.

Sarmiento de Valladares, Diego; pope Innocent XI "Nos Don Diego Sarmien... Madrid: 1685. Inquisition 258

Spanish and Latin. Decree reproducing and publicizing two of Innocent XI's bans on various books and writings. Space for date left blank.

Sarmiento de Valladares, Diego; pope Innocent XI "Nos Don Diego Sarmien... Madrid: 1684. Inquisition 256

Spanish. Decree reproducing and publicizing Innocent XI's ban on various books and writings. Space for date left blank.

Sarmiento de Valladares, Diego; pope Innocent XI "Nos Don Diego Sarmien... Madrid: 1688. Inquisition 266

Spanish and Latin. Decree reproducing and publicizing a Spanish version of Innocent XI's 1687 ban on Ludovico Ellies Dupin's "De antiqua Ecclesiae disciplina Dissertationes Historiae" (Paris 1686). Manuscript summary on verso.

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 ... En la Inquisicion de Corte [Madrid]: [1700s?]. Inquisition 283

Spanish. Edict banning or expurgating various undated writings; space for date left blank.

"Nos los Inquisidores ... Madrid: 1700. Inquisition 284

Spanish. Edict banning an anonymous undated work. Contains signatures and wax seal.

Iudice, Francisco [Francesco Giudice] "Don Francisco Iudice,... Madrid: [ca. 1711?]. Inquisition 289

Spanish. Undated blank form, ordering review of credentials for officials who had been empowered by previous Inquisitors General to enforce the 1707 Index Expurgatorio through examination of private, public and conventual libraries. Iudice served as Inquisitor General 1711-1716.