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Creator is exactly "Tribunal de la Inquisición en México."
This edict promulgated by the Mexican Inquisition warned the Catholic faithful against several prevailing offenses to Christian beliefs, with sections devoted to the Jewish Law of Moses, Islamic teachings, Lutheranism, followers of the mystical sect…
This notice prohibits 16 works and orders the expurgation of 7 others. The prohibited works include several prayers that offered apocryphal indulgences and other benefits. Bearing the paper and wax seal of the Inquisition, the order was endorsed with…
This decree prohibits ten heretical works, including the entire literary output of the French philosopher Voltaire (1694–1778), and orders the expurgation of three other titles. The paper and wax seal of the Mexican Inquisition is affixed to the…
In this proclamation, the Mexican Inquisition lists twenty-one titles that may not be read without license to do so, forty books that are prohibited, and thirteen more texts that require expurgation.
This notification prohibits fifty-five books and mandates the expurgation of six others. The prohibited titles range from No. 9, the obscene French novel Voyage dans le Boudoir de Paulina, to No. 14, Edward Gibbon’s six-volume History of the Decline…
This broadside prohibits several politically seditious works as well as the novel Lettres à Eugenie, here listed erroneously under the authorship of the French scholar Nicolás Freret, but actually the work of the renowned atheist Paul Henri Thiry,…