The Moriscos of Spain: Their Conversion and Expulsion

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Lea Brothers & Company, 1901 - Inquisition - 463 pages
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Page 404 - ... mandamos al principe don Juan nuestro muy caro e muy amado fijo ea los infantes duques perlados condes marqueses ricos...
Page 241 - Mondejar set out on his campaign with 2500 foot and 250 horse, to which were added, the next day, reinforcements of 2000 more. When Tablate was reached it was found that the Moriscos had so dismantled the bridge that but one man could cross at a time and this with no little danger. They were in force on the farther side and the army paused in hesitation, till a friar rushed forward, a crucifix in one hand and a sword in the other, and boldly led the way.
Page 405 - Océano, que guarden y cumplan e fagan guardar y complir lo contenido en esta nuestra carta y contra el tenor e forma della no vayan ni pasen ni consientan ir ni pasar por alguna manera so pena de la nuestra merced e de diez mil maravedís para la nuestra cámara.
Page 403 - Reina de leon de aragon de cicilia de granada de toledo de Valencia de galicia de mallorcas de sevilla de cerdefia de cordova de corcega de murcia de jaen de los algarbes de algecira...
Page 406 - Reina de Castilla, de Leon, de Aragon, de Sicilia, de Granada, de Toledo, de Valencia, de Galicia, de Mallorca, de Sevilla, de Cerdeña, de...
Page 406 - Jaén, de los Algarbes, de Algecira, de Gibraltar, e de las islas de Cana-ria, Conde de Barcelona, Señor de Viscaya e de Molina, Duque de Atenas e de Neopatria, Conde de Rosellon e de Cerdania, Marques de Oristan e de Gociano, por facer bien e merced a los...
Page 405 - Corte doquier que nos seamos del dia que vos emplazare fasta quinze dias primeros siguientes so la dicha pena so la qual mandamos a qualquier escribano publico que para esto fuere llamado que de ende al que vos la mostrare testimonio signado con su signo porque nos sepamos en commo se cunple nuestro mandado.
Page xiii - AN HISTORICAL SKETCH OF SACERDOTAL CELIBACY IN THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Second edition. In one handsome octavo volume of 685 pages Cloth, $4.50.
Page 263 - ... (RA., p. 125). Sin embargo, la carrera y el porvenir de Dez.a fueron brillantes: "At Philip's request he was created Cardinal priest of S. Prisca in 1578, by Gregory XIII. He went to Rome in 1580 where in time he became Cardinal bishop of Albano and died, in 1600, 'full of years and honors. He built a splendid palace which after his death passed into the hands of Cardinal Borghese, subsequently Paul V. — Ciaconii, Hist. Pontiff. Roman, el Cardinalium, IV, 60 (Ed.
Page 143 - Tomtls urged Charles to place zealous and exemplary rectors in the Morisco villages with ample salaries to enable them to distribute alms, but it does not seem to have occurred to him that this was part of his duty and that of the Church.1 No change was made and in 1559 a formal report to Philip II.

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