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Previlegios dos Familiares. S.l.n.a.: [1600s]. Inquisition 11

Portuguese. Formerly bound with other documents (old pagination 210-211).

Santa Anna, Estavão de Sermão Do Acto da Fee, que ... Coimbra: 1612. Inquisition 53

Portuguese.

Almeida, Fr. Christovam de [Cristovão] Sermam do Acto da Fee, que ... Lisboa [Lisbon]: 1664. Inquisition 59

Portuguese. With licences, and dedicatory letter to the Conde de Castelmelhor. Formerly bound and paginated as part of a larger collection; also appears in the author's collected Sermoens Varios (4 vols., Lisbon 1673-1686).

Justiniano, Diogo da Annunciazam; David Nieto Sermam do Auto da Fe, que s... Lisboa [Lisbon] and "Villa-Franca" [false imprint; London?]: 1705?; [1729?]. Inquisition 64

Portuguese (first text) and Spanish (second text). The Portuguese sermon by Diogo da Annunciazam Justiniano appears to be an original printing, but it may be a forged imprint done at the same time as David Nieto's undated Spanish "response". Nieto's text is believed to have been anonymously printed in London soon after his 1728 death.

"Notitia. No Domingo 1... Palacio de Quelus [Queluz]: [1778-1779?]. Inquisition 84

Portuguese. Contains two separate documents; one description of an auto (ff. 1r-3r), the other a copy of a royal decree against the Marquis de Pombal (ff. 3v-5r). The second document only is dated 3 September, 1779 at the royal Palacio de Queluz, near Lisbon.

[Lavallée, Joseph?] Historia Completa das Inqui... Lisboa [Lisbon]: 1822. Inquisition 185

Portuguese. Second Portuguese edition translated from the French, containing 8 illustrations.

Herculano, Alexandre Historia da Origem e Establ... Lisboa [Lisbon]: 1897; 1902. Inquisition 198

Portuguese. 10 books in 3 vols.

Affonso Rey de Portugal [king Afonso VI]; Pedro Viera da Sylva "Dom Affonso por Graça... Lisboa [Lisbon]: 1657. Inquisition 241

Portuguese. Termination of an agreement with convicted judaizers, who had been allowed to retain their property so long as this was invested in Brasilian commerce. Such properties are now to be seized by royal authorities, including inquisitors.