"Nos los inquisidores..." [... Valladolid: 1635. Inquisition 103
Spanish. Printed parchment certificate with ornate printed borders, filled in by hand, naming Juan Lopez a familiar of the inquisition. His blood purity (limpieza), and that of his wife Maria de Castro, is noted on the form. Bottom section is missing, perhaps with signatures, seal and certification.
"Nos los inquisidores..." [... Valladolid: 1631. Inquisition 102
Spanish. Printed parchment certificate filled in by hand, naming Santiago de Linares a familiar of the inquisition. His blood purity (limpieza), and that of his wife Maria Ruiz, is noted on the form. Contains signatures. Part of bottom left corner is missing, perhaps with seal and certification.
"Nos los inquisidores..." [... En la sala de nuestra Audie...: 1650. Inquisition 104
Spanish. Certificate with ornate colored design at top, naming Agustin Ponce de Leon a familiar of the inquisition. Contains signatures and wax seal. Certified 3 months later (at bottom); note on verso.
Previlegios dos Familiares. S.l.n.a.: [1600s]. Inquisition 11
Portuguese. Formerly bound with other documents (old pagination 210-211).
Bueno Guerrero, Juan. "Memorial que Juan Bueno Gu... S.l.n.a. [Granada?]: [1600s?]. Inquisition 209
Spanish. Appeal to the king by an inquisitorial familiar, detailing complexity of local conflicts leading to his imprisonment and loss of property.
"Nos los Inquisidores Apost... En la Inquisicion de Logroño: . Inquisition 556
Spanish. Edict announcing an extension to the period of grace, and royal pardon for some who come forward to confess. These documents were issued at a time of widespread witch trials in the Basque contry. Space for date left blank.
"Nos los Inquisidores contr... En la Ciudad de Mexico, en ...: 1620. Inquisition 217
Spanish. Edict reminding confessors of inquisitorial jurisdiction over various sins and doctrinal errors, which cannot be otherwise absolved.
Gregorius PP. XV [pope Greg.... "Venerabili Frati Episcopo ... Romae [Rome]: . Inquisition 221
Latin. Letter from the pope to Inquisitor General Andrès Pacheco, encouraging diplomatic relations with England through the Prince of Wales [Charles I, r. 1625-1649], in hopes that his marriage to a Catholic might lead to a rapprochement with Rome.
Verdugo, Francisco et al. "Nos los Inquisidores contr... Los Reyes [Lima]: 1622. Inquisition 570
Spanish. Instructions to assign funds for the food and tobacco expenses of Manuel de Fonseca, held at the inquisition prison at Lima. Receipt on verso. Contains signatures.
Pacheco, Andres. Carta acordada del Ilustris... Madrid: 1622. Inquisition 220
Spanish. Edict forbidding inquisitorial officials from publically disparaging the lineage (limpieza) of others, due to the resentment this generates toward the inquisition.