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This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages English merchants and the Spanish inquisition in the Canaries: extracts from the archives in possession of the Most Hon.
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There were occasional purges by the Inquisition to root out offensive literature. In the Tribune at Orotava, although it had no legal basis to do so, ordered a search for forbidden books in all houses belonging to English mer-chants. The Spanish Inquisition and Judaism in the Canaries Posted:Aug by TenerifeNews Ina Royal edict was issued in Spain by the “Reyes Catolicos” (Catholic Monarchs), Fernando and Isabella, expelling from Spain all Jews who failed to convert to Catholicism.
The "Spanish Inquisition" may be defined broadly, operating in Spain and in all Spanish colonies and territories, which included the Canary Islands, the Kingdom of Naples,  and all Spanish possessions in North, Central, and South America.
According to modern estimates, aroundwere prosecuted for various offenses during. XXIII English merchants and the Spanish Inquisition in the Canaries, ed.
de Alberti and A.B. Wallis Chapman () XXIV Selections from the correspondence of Arthur Capel, Earl of Essex,ed. Clement Edward Pike () XXV The chronicle of Novgorod,introduction by C. Raymond Beazley. English Merchants and the Spanish Inquisition in the Canaries. Chapman English Merchants and the Spanish Inquisition in the Canaries.
catalogued to specific books. The Spanish Inquisition. With its large Muslim and Jewish populations, medieval Spain was the only multiracial and multireligious country in western Europe, and much of the development of Spanish civilization in religion, literature, art, and architecture during the later Middle Ages stemmed from this Jews had served Spain and its monarchs well, providing an active commercial class.
In the words of one Spanish historian, "The Inquisition was a genuine expression of the soul of the Spanish people." Procedure of the Inquisition Once the court was set up, a day grace period was granted in which voluntary confessions of wrongdoing received light sentences, such as small fines.
1 See English Merchants and the Spanish Inquisition zn the Canaries, edited for the Royal Historical Society by L. de Alberti and A. Wallis Chapman, pp. xii-xviii. 2 Calendar of Venetian Sate Papers,no. 3 pipes of Canary wine were brought into London in May 14 Lea, Henry Charles, A History of the Inquisition in Spain, 4 vols (New York, ).Notable examples of modern work are Jaime Contreras, El Santo Officio de la Inquisición de Galicia, (Madrid, ); Ricardo García Cárcel, Orígenes de la Inquisición Española (Barcelona, ), and Herejía y Sociedad en el Siglo XVI (Barcelona, ); Jean-Pierre Dedieu, L’Administration.
This book, by comparison with most others on the Spanish Inquisition, is very short, but it does introduce the reader to the reasons for it and its historical legacy. The author summarizes the Spanish Inquisition as being " years of terror," which is an accurate description considering the horrific acts that were committed in this time s: English Merchants and the Spanish Inquisition in the Canaries: Extracts from the Archives in Possession of the Most Hon.
the Marquess of Bute (Paperback) Leonora De Alberti Published by Hardpress Publishing, United States (). English merchants and the Spanish inquisition in the Canaries: extracts from the archives in possession of the Most Hon.
the Marquess of Bute, By Inquisition. Canary Islands., joint ed. Annie Beatrice Wallis Chapman and ed. Leonora de Alberti. "Anyone looking for a basic overview of the Spanish Inquisition will find this volume clearly written, relatively concise, and generally reliable."—John T.
Ford, Religious Studies Review "With talk of shariah, the role of torture in national security, and the clash of civilizations, it's time for a.
“Spanish” phenomenon, since much that went on in the peninsula was the common experience also of southern Europe and in particular of Italy, whose Inquisition has been very well studied in recent years.
Even within the peninsula it is significant that many Spaniards looked on the Inquisition not as theirs but as an alien (that is, Castilian. On the Inquisition's treatment of English merchants and sailors in the Andalucian ports during the Anglo-Spanish War, see Albert Loomie, ‘Religion and Elizabethan commerce with Spain’; on the religious context in 16th-century Seville, see Murphy, St Gregory's College, Seville, 1–The Spanish Inquisition.
Inthe Catholic Monarchs began the famous Inquisition to purify Catholicism in all their territories. The Inquisition was established to act as a tribunal to identify heretics and bring them to justice.Alberti, L.
de and Wallis Chapman, A.B. (eds) (): English Merchants and the Spanish Inquisition in the Canaries: Extracts from the Archives in Possession of the Most Hon. The Marquess of Bute. The Marquess of Bute.