Marin, Vidal; pope Clement XI. "Nos Don Vidal Marin (por l... Madrid: 1705. Inquisition 292
Spanish and Latin. Spanish promulgation of Clement XI's constitution "Vineam Domini Sabaoth", denouncing a series of Jansenist assertions and banning texts in which these appear.
Marin, Vidal. "Don Vidal Marin (por la Gr... Madrid: 1705. Inquisition 301
Spanish. Edict banning works by Juan Fernando de Frías y Toledo. Space for date left blank.
Marin, Vidal. "Nos Don Vidal Marin, por l... Madrid: . Inquisition 290
Spanish. Undated blank certificate authorizing a "Revisor de las librerias" to censor books in accordance with the newly published 1707 Index Expurgatorio.
Marin, Vidal; pope Clement XI. "Nos Don Vidal Marin, por l... Madrid: 1708. Inquisition 303
Spanish and Latin. Edict publicizing Clement XI's ban on two French translations from the New Testament. Space for date left blank.
Ibañez de la Riba Herrera, .... "Don Antonio Ibañez de la R... Madrid: 1709. Inquisition 304
Spanish and Latin. Edict publicizing Clement XI's ban on a London Protestant edition of the Bible printed in "idioma Americana" (an indigenous Mexican language).
"Nos los Inquisidores Apost... En la Sala de nuestra Audie...: 1712. Inquisition 306
Spanish. Edict banning images, devotional objects and writings relating to the Dominican nun of Zaragoza Martina de los Angeles y Arilla.
Iudice, Francisco [Francesc.... "Don Francisco Iudice, por ... Madrid: [ca. 1711?]. Inquisition 289
Spanish. Undated blank form, ordering review of credentials for officials who had been empowered by previous Inquisitors General to enforce the 1707 Index Expurgatorio through examination of private, public and conventual libraries. Iudice served as Inquisitor General 1711-1716.
Iudice, Francisco [Francesc.... "Don Francisco Iudice, por ... Madrid: 1715. Inquisition 310
Spanish. Edict lifting a 1695 ban on writings by the Jesuits Godfrey Henschenius and Daniel Papebrochius, with a list of corrections to be made to their texts.
Astorga y Cespedes, Diego de. "Nos Don Diego Astorga y Ce... Madrid: 1720. Inquisition 312
Spanish. Edict lamenting the continued availability of banned books and expressing the new Inquisitor General's desire to improve the situation. Astorga y Cespedes served only a few months in office, and may already have been replaced when this decree was issued. Contains signature at end.
"Nos los Inquisidores Apost... En la Sala de nuestra Audie...: 1735. Inquisition 329
Spanish. Edict banning or expurgating various books and writings.