"Y.J.A.J.M.G.". El Tribunal de la Santa Gen... Cadiz: 1811. Inquisition 171
Representacion de los Ilust... Cádiz: 1812. Inquisition 406
Palafox, Juan de. Carta del Vble. D. Juan de ... Cadiz: 1813. Inquisition 412
Spanish. Edited and published with notes by the polemicist Antonio de Puigblanch.
Discursión del Proyecto de ... Cadiz: 1813. Inquisition 173
Spanish. Collection of documents and speeches by various public figures on the abolition of the inquisition.
Zurita, Geronimo de [extracts]. Establecimiento del Tribuna... Cadiz: 1813. Inquisition 175
Spanish. Extract taken from Zurita's original 16th century text.
Clararrosa, Jose Joaquin. Viage al Mundo Subterraneo ... Cádiz: 1820. Inquisition 182
Borbon, L. de. La Regencia de las Españas. Cádiz: 1813. Inquisition 407
Spanish. Condemnation of papal nuncio Pedro Gravina for interference in efforts to abolish the inquisition. Includes 11 documents drawn from the nuncio's correspondence on this matter.
"La Cortes Generales y Extr... Cádiz: 1813. Inquisition 411
Spanish. Notice of the Cortes' decision to maintain punishments for heresy despite having abolished the inquisition.
Real Decreto y Proclama de ... Cádiz; Madrid; [Arganda del...: . 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 se h... Cádiz: 1813. Inquisition 408
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. INQ409.