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A critical history of the Inquisition of Spain, from the period of its establishment by Ferdinand V to the reign of Ferdinand VII, composed from the original documents of the Archives of the Supreme Council of the Inquisition and from those of subordinate tribunals of the Holy Office.

Author: Juan Antonio Llorente
Publisher: Williamstown, Mass., J. Lilburne Co. [©1967]
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Llorente, Juan Antonio, 1756-1823.
Critical history of the Inquisition of Spain.
Williamstown, Mass., J. Lilburne Co. [©1967]
(OCoLC)607817764
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Juan Antonio Llorente
OCLC Number: 121883
Notes: Reprint of the 1826 ed. published under title: The history of the Inquisition of Spain.
Description: xix, 583 pages 22 cm
Contents: First epoch of the church till the conversion of the Emperor Constantine --
Establishment of a general inquisition against heretics in the thirteenth century --
Of the ancient inquisition of Spain --
Of the government of the old inquisition --
Establishment of the modern inquisition in Spain --
Creation of a grant inquisitor-general --
of a Royal Council of the Inquisition --
of subaltern tribunals and organic laws --
establishment of the holy office in Arragon --
Additional acts to the first constitution of the holy office --
Consequences of them, and appeals to Rome against them --
Expulsion of the Jews --
Proceedings against bishops --
Death of Torquemada --
Of the procedure of the Modern Inquisition --
Of the principal events during the ministry of the inquisitors Deza and Cisneros --
An attempt made by the Cortes of Castile and Arragon to reform the Inquisition --
of the principal events under Adrian, fourth Inquisitor-general --
Conduct of the Inquisitors towards the Morescoes --
Of the prohibition of books and other articles --
Particular trials for suspicion of Lutheranism, and some other crimes --
prosecutions of sorcerers, magicians, enchanters, necromancers, and others --
Of the trial of the false Nuncio of Portugal, and other important events during the time of Cardinal Tabera, sixth Inquisitor-general --
Of important events during the first years of the administration of the eighth Inquisitor-general --
Religion of Charles V. during the last years of his life --
Of the proceedings against Charles V. and Philip II. as schismatics and favourers of heresy --
Progress of the Inquisition under the last of these princes --
Consequences of the particular favour which he shewed towards it --
The Inquisition celebrates at Valladolid, in 1559, two Autos-da-fe against the Lutherans, in the presence of some members of the royal family. History of two Autos-da-fe, celebrated against the Lutherans in the city of Seville --
Of the ordinances of 1561, which have been followed in the proceedings of the holy office, until the present time --
Of some Autos-da-fe celebrated in Murcia --
Of the Autos-da-fe celebrated by the Inquisitions of Toledo, Saragossa, Valencia, Logrono, Grenada, Cuenca and Sardinia, during the reign of Philip II --
Of the learned men who have been persecuted by the Inquisition --
Offences committed by the Inquisition against the royal authority and magistrates --
Of the trials of several sovereigns and princes undertaken by the Inquisition --
Of the conduct of the holy office towards those priests who abused the sacrament of confession --
Of the trials instituted by the Inquisition against the prelates and Spanish doctors of the Council of Trent --
Of the prosecution of several saints and holy persons by the Inquisition --
Of the celebrated trial of Don Carlos, Prince of the Asturias --
Trial of the Archbishop of Toledo --
Continuation of the trial, until the archbishop went to Rome --
End of the trial of Carranza --
his death --
Trial of Antonio Perez, Minister and First Secretary of State to Philip II --
Of several trials occasioned by that of Antonio Perez --
Of the principal events in the Inquisition during the reign of Philip III --
Of the trials and Autos-da-fe during the reign of Philip IV --
The Inquisition during the reign of Charles II --
Of the Inquisition in the reign of Philip V --
Of the Inquisition during the reign of Ferdinand VI --
Of the Inquisition under Charles III --
Of the Spanish Inquisition under Charles IV --
Of the Inquisition during the reign of Ferdinand VII.
Other Titles: Historia crítica de la inquisición de España.
Responsibility: With an introd. by Gabriel H. Lovett. (The English edition published in 1823).

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