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"Nos los Inquisidores ... En la Inquisicion de México: [1700s?]. Inquisition 285

Spanish. Undated blank form banning import of all unlicensed books.

"Nos los Inquisidores ... En la Ciudad de Mexico, y Sala de nuestra Audiencia: c1740. Inquisition 336

Spanish. Extended text for Edict of Faith, requiring denunciations of various heresies; very extensive, mentioning specific Mexican practices such as peyote use. Space for date left blank.

Mer y Villar, Juan de; Patricio Martinez de Bustos "Nos el Doctor Don Jua... México: 1793. Inquisition 392

Spanish. Publication of a 1792 notice authorizing consumption of meat during Lent, in accordance with a papal indult of 1791. Alms are to be collected for the poor in exchange for this privilege; the rate of payment is divided into four classes. Most Indians, Blacks, Meztizos, day laborers and mendicant friars, etc. are allowed to give prayers in lieu of monetary payment. Contains wax seal and notarial marks.

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"Nos los Inquisidores ... En la Inquisicion de México: 1809. Inquisition 401

Spanish. Edict banning 55 books and writings (including Gibbon's "Decline and Fall"), 24 of which are forbidden even to those with licenses, expurgating 6 others. Contains signatures.

"Nos los Inquisidores ... En la Inquisicion de México: 1810. Inquisition 404

Spanish. Edict denouncing Joseph Bonaparte's pretensions in Spain and his encouragement of rebels in the Americas, banning all his proclamations and requiring parishioners to denounce clergy who support him.

"Nos los Inquisidores ... En la Inquisicion de México, y Sala de nuestra Audiencia: 1810. Inquisition 402

Spanish. Public notice of sentence against Mexican priest and rebel leader Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, signed by inquisitors.

"Nos los Inquisidores ... En la Inquisicion de México: 1810. Inquisition 403

Spanish. Edict banning a proclamation by Joseph Bonaparte and a Mexican creole tract deemed insulting to the Spanish king Ferdinand VII. Contains signatures.

"Nos los Inquisidores ... En la Inquisicion de México: 1810. Inquisition 405

Spanish. Edict banning a proclamation by Joseph Bonaparte, as well as other writings including Nicolás Freret's "Lettres à Eugenie".

"Nos los Inquisidores ... En la Inquisicion de México: 1807. Inquisition 399

Spanish. Edict denouncing a text by José Rojas, resident of Baltimore MD. Contains signatures and wax seal.