Nos los Inquisidores Apostolicos, contra la heretica pravedad y apostasía en esta ciudad de Mexico, Estados, y Provincias de esta Nueva España, Guetemala, Nicaragua, Islas Philipinas, y su Distrito, etc
Inquisitorial edict regarding the granting and revoking of licenses for reading prohibited books. Signed by three inquisitors whose names are printed at the foot of the broadside: Juan de Mier y Villar, Antonio Bergosa y Jordan, and Pedro Bengoa. The Inquisitorial edict, dated May 7, 1782, and signed by the Spanish Inquisitor General Felipe Beltran Serrano (d. Dec. 1783) sets out the rules for regulating the reading and possession of books on the Index, including the rules for granting licenses, grounds for revoking those licenses, and prohibitions on buying, selling, donating, or exchanging them.
- Lou Emma Wilson Mexicana Endowed Fund
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