Holy Office, Volume 24, Lisbon (1582-1818)

Source: Torre do Tombo, Lisbon, Portugal

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Holy Office, Volume 24, Lisbon (1582-1818), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Full title:
Ecclesiastical Inquisitional Court of the Holy Office, Volume 24

Full title original language:
Tribunal da Santa Inquisição, Maço 24

Abstract:
Volume 24, includes, inter alia: • The Opinion of Father João de Andrade on a work entitled Bibliothecae Graecae authored by Jo Alberti Fabricii, belonging to Mr Manuel Pereira de Faria, Royal Treasurer, as well as a letter (translated from Italian) from Cardinal Milino sent to the General Inquisitor, dated 24th August 1624; • The Opinion of Doctor Francisco Alexandre Lobo, on a work entitled Sacred Prayers of Father Wanzeller", Volume V, suggesting the removal of the word «declaimer» and the concession of a printing licence. A note dated 9th November 1813 states that a further licence was granted to the Bertrand Widow and her Sons; • The request of Father Manuel de Santa Seiça, Monk, Doctor in Theology, to the Queen, to be allowed to have and read certain forbidden books; • The Opinion of Father Francisco de Sales, Monk, on Volumes VIII and IX of a work entitled Minister of Jesus in the Court of Penitence, which had been held by Customs. By Patricia Akester

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Author: Holy Office

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Year: 1582-1818

Location: Lisbon

Language: Portuguese

Source: Torre do Tombo, Lisbon, Portugal

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Places referred to:
Lisbon, Coimbra, Évora, Spain, Brazil and Goa

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Ecclesiastical Inquisitional Court of the Holy Office

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Responsible editor: Patricia Akester & Victor Drmmond


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