A History of the Inquisition of Spain; vol. 1
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A History of the Inquisition of Spain; vol. 1

By Henry Charles Lea
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Table of Contents
  • A HISTORY OF THE INQUISITION OF SPAIN
    • PREFACE.
    • CONTENTS OF VOL. I.
  • THE INQUISITION OF SPAIN.
    • BOOK I. ORIGIN AND ESTABLISHMENT.
    • CHAPTER I. THE CASTILIAN MONARCHY.
    • CHAPTER II. THE JEWS AND THE MOORS.
    • CHAPTER III. THE JEWS AND THE CONVERSOS.
    • CHAPTER IV. ESTABLISHMENT OF THE INQUISITION.
      • NAVARRE.
    • NAVARRE.
    • CHAPTER V. THE KINGDOMS OF ARAGON.
      • VALENCIA.
      • ARAGON.
      • CATALONIA.
      • THE BALEARIC ISLES.
    • VALENCIA.
    • ARAGON.
    • CATALONIA.
    • THE BALEARIC ISLES.
    • BOOK II. RELATIONS WITH THE STATE.
    • CHAPTER I. RELATIONS WITH THE CROWN.
    • CHAPTER II. SUPEREMINENCE.
    • CHAPTER III. PRIVILEGES AND EXEMPTIONS.
    • CHAPTER IV. CONFLICTING JURISDICTIONS.
    • CHAPTER V. POPULAR HOSTILITY
    • APPENDIX.
      • I. LIST OF TRIBUNALS.
      • II. LIST OF INQUISITORS-GENERAL.
      • III. SPANISH COINAGE.
      • DOCUMENTS. I.
      • II. Edict of May 30, 1492, Regulating Settlements with the Expelled Jews.
      • III. Torquemada’s Instructions to Inquisitors, Dec., 1484.[1339]
      • IV. Torquemada’s Instructions To Inquisitors, Jan., 1485.[1340]
      • V. Instructions of Seville, 1500.[1341]
      • VI. Extracts from the Register of the Receiver of Confiscations at Valencia, 1485-1486.
      • VII. Brief of Julius II Respecting the Troubles in Cordova.
      • VIII. Proposition Made in October, 1519, to Charles V to Compound for the Confiscations.
      • IX. Memorial from Granada to Charles V in 1526.
      • X. Bull of Sixtus IV, April 18 1482, Temporarily Reforming the Inquisition of Aragon.
      • XI. King Ferdinand to Pope Sixtus IV, May 13, 1482.
      • XII. Memoria de diversos Autos de Inquisicion celebrados en Çaragoça desde el ano 1484 asta el de 1502 en que se refieren las personas castigadas en ellos.[1344]
      • XIII. Letter of Carlos III to the Pope, December 26, 1774, asking him to concede the faculties of Inquisitor-general to Felipe Bertran, Bishop of Salamanca.
      • XIV. Resignation of Inquisitor-general Sotomayor.
      • XV. Extracts from the Consulta of the Council of the Inquisition, May 5, 1646, on the independent Superiority of Inquisitorial Jurisdiction over Officials.
      • XVI. Decree of Philip IV concerning Disobedience, March 26, 1633.
      • XVII. Proclamation on the Arrival of an Inquisitor.
      • XVIII. Memoria de la Reforma de Ministros del Santo Oficio que hizo hacer el rey en 1646.
      • XIX. Decree of Philip III on Quarrels between Bishops and Inquisitors.
    • I. LIST OF TRIBUNALS.
    • II. LIST OF INQUISITORS-GENERAL.
    • III. SPANISH COINAGE.
    • DOCUMENTS. I.
    • II. Edict of May 30, 1492, Regulating Settlements with the Expelled Jews.
    • III. Torquemada’s Instructions to Inquisitors, Dec., 1484.[1339]
    • IV. Torquemada’s Instructions To Inquisitors, Jan., 1485.[1340]
    • V. Instructions of Seville, 1500.[1341]
    • VI. Extracts from the Register of the Receiver of Confiscations at Valencia, 1485-1486.
    • VII. Brief of Julius II Respecting the Troubles in Cordova.
    • VIII. Proposition Made in October, 1519, to Charles V to Compound for the Confiscations.
    • IX. Memorial from Granada to Charles V in 1526.
    • X. Bull of Sixtus IV, April 18 1482, Temporarily Reforming the Inquisition of Aragon.
    • XI. King Ferdinand to Pope Sixtus IV, May 13, 1482.
    • XII. Memoria de diversos Autos de Inquisicion celebrados en Çaragoça desde el ano 1484 asta el de 1502 en que se refieren las personas castigadas en ellos.[1344]
    • XIII. Letter of Carlos III to the Pope, December 26, 1774, asking him to concede the faculties of Inquisitor-general to Felipe Bertran, Bishop of Salamanca.
    • XIV. Resignation of Inquisitor-general Sotomayor.
    • XV. Extracts from the Consulta of the Council of the Inquisition, May 5, 1646, on the independent Superiority of Inquisitorial Jurisdiction over Officials.
    • XVI. Decree of Philip IV concerning Disobedience, March 26, 1633.
    • XVII. Proclamation on the Arrival of an Inquisitor.
    • XVIII. Memoria de la Reforma de Ministros del Santo Oficio que hizo hacer el rey en 1646.
    • XIX. Decree of Philip III on Quarrels between Bishops and Inquisitors.
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