The History of the Inquisition of Spain from the Time of its Establishment to the Reign of Ferdinand VII
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LLORENTE'S HISTORY OF THE INQUISITION. COMPOSED FROM THE ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS OF THE ARCHIVES OF THE SUPREME COUNCIL, AND FROM THOSE OF SUBORDINATE TRIBUNALS OF THE HOLY OFFICE. ABRIDGED AND TRANSLATED FROM THE ORIGINAL WORKS OF D. JUAN ANTONIO LLORENTE, FORMERLY SECRETARY OF THE INQUISITION, CHANCELLOR OF THE UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO, KNIGHT OF THE ORDER OF CHARLES III.
CONTENTS (abridged list)
CHAPTER I.—First Epoch of the Church till the Conversion of the Emperor Constantine
CHAP II.—Establishment of a General Inquisition against Heretics in the Thirteenth Century
CHAP III.—Of the Ancient Inquisition of Spain
CHAP IV.—Of the Government of the Old Inquisition
CHAP V.—Establishment of the Modern Inquisition in Spain
CHAP XL.—Of the Inquisition in the Reign of Philip V.
CHAP XLI.—Of the Inquisition during the Reign of Ferdinand VI.
CHAP XLII.—Of the Inquisition under Charles III.
CHAP XLIII.—Of the Spanish Inquisition under Charles IV.
CHAP XLIV.—Of the Inquisition during the Reign of Ferdinand VII.
Number of The Victims of The Inquisition.
About the Author
"Juan Antonio Llorente (1756 – 1823) was a Spanish historian and liberal activist.
He studied at the University of Zaragoza, and, having been ordained priest, became vicar-general to the bishop of Calahorra in 1782. In 1785, he became commissary of the Holy Office (Inquisition) at Logroño and, in 1789, its general secretary at Madrid." -- Wikipedia
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