Two Lectures on the Inquisition: Delivered by Request, Before the Young Men's Association, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Google eBook)

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Rufus King, 1853 - Freedom of religion - 102 pages
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Page 90 - that all unbaptized Moors, in the kingdoms of Castile and Leon, above fourteen years of age if males, and twelve if females, must leave the country by the end of April following; that they might sell their property in the mean time, and take the proceeds in anything save gold and silver and
Page 53 - They deserved a more learned and critical editor. As we must not calumniate even Satan, or the Holy Office, I will observe, that of a list of criminals which fills nineteen folio pages, only fifteen men and four women were delivered to the secular arm.
Page 77 - which had displayed great religious independence on more than one occasion, and which had paid uniform regard to the rights of its subjects, and pursued a generous policy in reference to their intellectual culture."*
Page 78 - was particularly offensive to the higher orders, many of whose members, including persons filling the most considerable official stations, were of Jewish descent, and of course precisely the class exposed to the scrutiny of the Inquisition.
Page 43 - not calumniate even Satan, or the Holy Office, I will observe, that of a list of criminals which fills nineteen folio pages, only fifteen men and four women were delivered to the secular arm.
Page 19 - Hungary and Bavaria, sometimes taking the route of Lombardy, into Switzerland and France. In the last country, and especially in its southern and eastern provinces, they became conspicuous under a variety of names: such as Catharists,
Page 89 - of the simple mountaineers, but of nearly all the population of the great cities of Baza, Guadix and Almeria, who consented, before the end of the year, to abjure their ancient religion and receive baptism.
Page 89 - broke out in the most atrocious acts of violence• murdering the Christian missionaries, and kidnapping, if report be true, many Spaniards, of both sexes, whom they sold as slaves in Africa."§
Page 78 - The funds, necessary for the accomplishment of the murder, the pay of the assassins, and the other expenses required for the plot, were collected by means of voluntary contributions imposed on themselves, by all the Jews of
Page 70 - requiring all persons to aid in apprehending and accusing all such as they might know or suspect to be guilty of heresy."f

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