[Lavallée, Joseph?]. Historia Completa das Inqui... Lisboa [Lisbon]: 1821. Inquisition 184
Portugese. First Portuguese edition translated from the French, containing 7 illustrations.
[Lavallée, Joseph?]. Historia Completa das Inqui... Lisboa [Lisbon]: 1822. Inquisition 185
Portuguese. Second Portuguese edition translated from the French, containing 8 illustrations.
Herculano, Alexandre. Historia da Origem e Establ... Lisboa [Lisbon]: 1897; 1902. Inquisition 198
Portuguese. 10 books in 3 vols.
Affonso Rey de Portugal [ki.... "Dom Affonso por Graça de D... Lisboa [Lisbon]: 1657. Inquisition 241
Portuguese. Termination of an agreement with convicted judaizers, who had been allowed to retain their property so long as this was invested in Brasilian commerce. Such properties are now to be seized by royal authorities, including inquisitors.
Mendoça, Francisco De. Sermão que o Padre Francisc... Lisboa [Lisbon]: 1619. Inquisition 563
Costa, Francisco da. Sermam que fezo P.D. Franci... Lisboa [Lisbon]: 1622. Inquisition 562
Mendes de Tavora, Ioanne [J.... Sermam que pregou Ioanne Me... Lisboa [Lisbon]: 1629. Inquisition 56
Portuguese. Formerly bound and paginated as part of a larger collection.
São Pedro, Accursio de. Sermam, que pregou o R.P.M.... Lisboa [Lisbon]: 1644. Inquisition 58
Almeida, Fr. Christovam de .... Sermam do Acto da Fee, que ... Lisboa [Lisbon]: 1664. Inquisition 59
Portuguese. With licences, and dedicatory letter to the Conde de Castelmelhor. Formerly bound and paginated as part of a larger collection; also appears in the author's collected Sermoens Varios (4 vols., Lisbon 1673-1686).
Justiniano, Diogo da Annunc.... Sermam do Auto da Fe, que s... Lisboa [Lisbon] and "Villa-...: 1705?; [1729?]. Inquisition 64
Portuguese (first text) and Spanish (second text). The Portuguese sermon by Diogo da Annunciazam Justiniano appears to be an original printing, but it may be a forged imprint done at the same time as David Nieto's undated Spanish "response". Nieto's text is believed to have been anonymously printed in London soon after his 1728 death.