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WORKS BY THE SAME AUTHOR.
A HISTORY OF THE INQUISITION OF THE MIDDLE AGES. In three volumes, octavo.
A HISTORY OF AURICUlar confESSION AND INDULGENCES IN THE LATIN CHURCH. In three volumes, octavo.
AN HISTORICAL SKETCH OF SACERDOTAL CELIBACY IN THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Third edition. (In preparation.)
▲ FORMULARY OF THE PÁPAL PENITENTIARY IN THE THIRTEENTH CENTURY. One volume, octavo. (Out of print.)
SUPERSTITION AND FORCE. Essays on The Wager of Law, The Wager of Battle, The Ordeal, Torture. Fourth edition, revised. In one volume, 12mo.
STUDIES IN CHURCH HISTORY. The Rise of the Temporal Power, Benefit of Clergy, Excommunication, The Early Church and Slavery. Second edition. In one volume, 12mo.
CHAPTERS FROM THe religioUS HISTORY OF SPAIN, CONNECTED WITH THE inquisitioN. Censorship of the Press, Mystics and Illuminati, Endemoniadas, El Santo Niño de la Guardia, Brianda de Bardaxí. In one volume, 12mo.
THE MORISCOS OF SPAIN, THeir convERSION AND EXPULSION. In one volume, 12mo.
INQUISITION OF SPAIN
HENRY CHARLES LEA, LL.D.
IN FOUR VOLUMES
THE MACMILLAN COMPANY
LONDON: MACMILLAN & CO., LTD.
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CONTENTS OF VOL. II.
The Regular Clergy claim exemption from the Inquisition
Jurisdiction assumed in Quarrels between the Orders
Torquemada vainly seeks Jurisdiction over Bishops
Jurisdiction conferred personally on Inquisitor-general Manrique
Inquisitor-general Valdés falls into disfavor
Seeks to re-establish himself by prosecuting Carranza
Carranza's Commentaries on the Catechism
Royal and Papal Assent obtained for the Prosecution
Procrastination-Trial begins July 30, 1561.
Continued Delays-Intervention of Council of Trent in 1563
Carranza reaches Rome May 28, 1567-Trial recommenced
Carranza's Death, May 2d-Estimates of him
Its Effectiveness in stimulating Denunciations
Popular Training in Delation
CHAPTER V-APPEALS TO ROME.
Supremacy of Papal Jurisdiction
Conversos purchase Letters of Pardon from the Holy See
Papal Pardons claimed to be good in the Judicial Forum
Struggle between Spain and Rome-Pardons sold and revoked
Tergiversations of the Curia
Charles V carries on the Struggle
He obtains exclusive Appellate Jurisdiction for the Inquisitor-
Philip IV enforces surrender of papal letters
His connection with the Convent of San Placido
He obtains an Acquittal from the Inquisition in 1632
Copies of the Papers sent to Rome in 1651
Efforts to have them returned continued until 1660