Olmo, José del. Relacion Histórica del Auto... Mejico [Mexico]: 1849. Inquisition 90
Spanish. Reproduces much of Jose de Olmo's account of a well-known 1680 Auto, without illustration.
Processo del Santo Officio:... S.l. [Mexico?]: 1538. Inquisition 117
Spanish. Trial notes of secretary Diego de Mayorca, with signature of inquisitor bishop Fray Juan de Zumárraga of Mexico.
Lope de Izquierdo et al. Proceso contra Gaspar de lo... Mexico; Queretano; Vera Cruz: 1620-1622. Inquisition 119
Spanish. Trial of Gaspar de los Reyes, a Portuguese muleteer resident at San Luis de Potosí in Mexico, along with his mestiza companion Catelina de Parraga (de la Parra) for iconoclasm. Very extensive, with many witnesses and signature of officials including inquisition commissary fr. Lope Izquierdo; Gaspar de los Reyes' signature also appears. His punishment included banishment to Castile; she received 200 lashes and both were tortured.
Pedro Alexandro de Texeda e.... "Denuncia que hace el Dr. d... Mexico: 1766-1767. Inquisition 121
Spanish. Case brought against Joseph López, of the Order of St. Francis, by Pedro Alexandro Texeda, agent of the Holy Office, for a sermon given by the accused in 1766. Contains the complaint and accusation of Pedro Alexandro, with his signature. Various other related signed letters and documents in several hands, including some by fr. Joseph López. The Franciscan was vigorously defended by his Order, and the accusor was relieved of his duties.
"Nos los Inquisidores Apost... En la Inquisicion de México...: 1810. Inquisition 402
Spanish. Public notice of sentence against Mexican priest and rebel leader Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, signed by inquisitors.
Ruiz de Padron, Antonio Jose. Dictamen del Doctor Antonio... Mexico: 1813. Inquisition 174
Spanish. Cf. INQ177 for response to this work.
Pio obispo siervo de los si.... "Si tenemos quotidiano cuyd... Mexico: 1569. Inquisition 208
Spanish. Translation of the bull "Si de protegendis", asserting papal protection of inquisitorial witnesses and recognition of rights pertaining to familiars and officials. Cf. INQ207, INQ214. Issued in Mexico on the orders of Bartholome de Ledesma, with blank spaces for names of local authorities; rare example of early Mexican printing.