Bruna Rico, Francisco de et... "Nos los Inquissidores Apos... Los Reyes [Lima]: 1684-1685. Inquisition 576
Spanish. Instructions to pay salaries for 3 leading officers of the Lima inquisition. Multiple receipts on verso. Contains signatures.
Titulo de Familiar del Sant... En la Inquisicion de Sevill...: 1685. Inquisition 107
Spanish. Certificate naming Joseph Antonio de la Torre Carbonera a familiar of the inquisition. Contains signatures and wax seal.
Valera, Francisco et al. "...sancto tribunal. trecie... Los Reyes [Lima]: 1694. Inquisition 577
Spanish. Instructions to pay salary for a consulting lawyer in a bankruptcy case. Top of the page is missing. Contains signatures.
Previlegios dos Familiares. S.l.n.a.: [1600s]. Inquisition 11
Portuguese. Formerly bound with other documents (old pagination 210-211).
Guerreiro Camacho de Aboim,.... Opusculum de privilegijs Fa... Conimbricae [Coimbra]: 1699. Inquisition 144
Latin, Spanish and Portuguese. First edition. Contains licences, table of contents, index and list of errata.
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.
Cana, Joseph de la. "Joseph de la Cana Cavaller... Inquisicion de Corte [Madrid]: 1700. Inquisition 109
Spanish. Document notes receipt of orders from inquisitor general (dated Madrid 1700) appointing Luis Maldonado, Order of Santiago, notary for the Valladolid inquisition. Contains signature of inquisitorial secretary Cana, wax seal.
Titulo de Notario del Secre... Madrid: 1700. Inquisition 108
Spanish. Contains signatures and wax seal.
"Aviendo su Magestad (que D... S.l.n.a.: [1706?]. Inquisition 293
Spanish. Memorandum on tax exemptions for inquisition oficers [incomplete].
Gonzalez de Arbulu, Manuel;.... "Manuel Gonzalez del Arbulu... Lima; Madrid: 1711; 1765. Inquisition 25
Spanish. Two related documents; the first acknowledges receipt of documents, some dating as far back as 1705, from Madrid naming various persons (including Antonio Maldonado) to offices in the Peruvian tribunal (1711). The second is a notice from Madrid naming Francisco Matienzo to an inquisitorial post in Lima; his blood purity (limpieza) is mentioned (1765). Both documents contain signatures and wax seals.