A History of the Inquisition of Spain, Volumen2
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Página 77 - And he said, Come. And when Peter was come down out of the ship, he walked on the water, to go to Jesus. But when he saw the wind boisterous, he was afraid; and beginning to sink, he cried, saying, Lord, save me.
Página ii - A HISTORY OF AURICULAR CONFESSION AND INDULGENCES IN THE LATIN CHURCH. In three octavo volumes of about 500 pages each. Per volume, cloth, $3.
Página 599 - E los unos ni los otros non fagades ende al por alguna manera, so pena de la mi merced e de diez mill maravedís a cada uno para la mi camara.
Página 89 - No more ingenious device has been invented to subjugate a whole population, to paralyze its intellect, and to reduce it to blind obedience. It elevated delation to the rank of high religious duty." The process employed in the trials of those accused of heresy in Spain rejected every reasonable means for the ascertainment of truth. The prisoner was assumed to be guilty, the burden of proving his innocence rested on him; his judge was virtually his prosecutor.
Página 592 - En testimonio de lo qual mandamos dar, y dimos la presente firmada de nuestros nombres, y sellada, con el Sello de dicho Santo Oficio, y refrendada de uno de los Secretarios del Secreto de él.
Página 585 - Por ende, por el tenor de la presente, vos mandamos en virtud de santa obediencia y so pena de...
Página 530 - ... the general policy respecting them was more humane and enlightened than that of other jurisdictions, whether in Spain or elsewhere.
Página 94 - May their wives and children rise up against them and be orphans and beggars with none to assist them in their need. May their wickedness ever be remembered in the presence of God. May they be accursed with all the curses of the Old Covenant and of the New. May the curse of Sodom and Gomorrah overtake them and its fire burn them. May the earth swallow them alive, like Dathan and Abiram for the sin of disobedience. May they be accursed as Lucifer, with all the devils of hell, where they may remain...
Página 93 - ... where the Edict and anathema were to be read, and ordering all other churches closed on that day. Then at the church, with awe-inspiring solemnity, with accessories of draped crosses and flaming torches, the curse was pronounced: "We excommunicate and anathematize, in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost, in form of law, all apostate heretics from our holy Catholic faith, their fautors and concealers who do not reveal them, and we curse them that they may be accursed as...
Página 93 - May they be cursed wherever they be, in the city or in the country, in eating and in drinking, in waking and in sleeping, in living and in dying. May the fruits of their lands be accursed, and the cattle thereof. May God send them hunger and pestilence to consume them. May they be a scorn to their enemies and...