Holy Office, Volume 25, Lisbon (1591-1891)

Source: Torre do Tombo, Lisbon, Portugal

Holy Office, Volume 25, Lisbon (1591-1891), 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 25

Full title original language:
Tribunal da Santa Inquisição, Maço 25

Ecclesiastical Inquisitional Court of the Holy Office, Volume 25, including, inter alia: • The denunciation/information put forward by Mr José Ângelo Lacheras, 19 years old, single, undergraduate student of Philosophy, son of General Practitioner António José Lacheras, against booksellers that sold forbidden books; • An Opionion of Lisbon Inquisitors Mr Pedro Mexia de Magalhães and Mr Bento de Beja de Noronha on the printing of books; • The request of Father José da Conceição, Monk, to be granted a licence to sell a work entitled Resolutiones Theologicas (1695); • The request of Father João Coutinho, Monk, to be awarded a licence to print a Sermon of his authorship, which he had written for the funeral rites of Prince Teodósio (1653); • The request of Mr Paulo Martin and Sons to dispatch certain books that were being held by Customs. By Patricia Akester

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Author: Holy Office

Publisher: N/A

Year: 1591-1891

Location: Lisbon

Language: Portuguese

Source: Torre do Tombo, Lisbon, Portugal

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Lisbon,Coimbra, Évora, Brazil and Goa

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Ecclesiastical Inquisitional Court of the Holy Office



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