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"Nos los Inquisidores ... [Valencia?]: 1759. Inquisition 366

Spanish. Edict clarifying policies on absolution by non-inquisition clergy in Jubilee years. Contains signature. Cf. INQ345, INQ356 and INQ388.

"Nos los Inquisidores ... Cadiz; Sevilla [Seville]: [1776]. Inquisition 389

Spanish and Latin. Collection of 4 separate but related documents with texts for promulgation of an Edict of faith (Cádiz 1776) and pronouncement of anathema (both printed), and different types of abjuration and absolution formulas in cases of heresy (manuscript). Contains signatures and wax seals.

"Nos los Inquisidores ... En la Inquisicion de Sevilla, y Real Castillo de Triana [Seville]: 1776. Inquisition 388

Spanish. Edict clarifying policies on absolution by non-inquisition clergy in Jubilee years. Contains signature. Cf. INQ345, INQ356 and INQ366.

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.

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.

Cano Manuel, Antonio et al "La Regencia del Reyno... Cádiz: 1813. Inquisition 409

Spanish. Notice of the Cortes' decision under Constitution article 305 to abolish the inquisition's use of images and inscriptions to publicize and memorialize the names of those formerly condemned for heresy. These are to be removed from all churches and monasteries, and destroyed within 3 days. Cf. INQ408.