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Crimes (Religious)

Calleja, Felix (virey). Order regarding aid to support the newly re-established inquisition.

Author(s): 
Calleja, Felix (Virey)
Date: 
03-23-1816
Documentation: 
Mexico. March 23, 1816. 1 pages. Bando. Original.
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Mier y Campillo, Francisco Javier. Concerns inquisition

Author(s): 
Mier y Campillo, Francisco Javier
Date: 
01-13-1816
Documentation: 
Madrid, Mexico. June 8, 1816. 5 pages. Bando. Original. Signed. Dct January 13, 1816 - June 8, 1816.
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. Re: the transportation under guard of fray Martinez to the comandante general.

Date: 
08-25-1810
Documentation: 
Santa Fee. August 25, 1810. 1 pages. Auto. Original.
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Joseph Manrrique (gobernador). Governor acknowledges receipt of notices from custodio of religious orders that father Diego Martinez is considered a criminal.

Author(s): 
Manrrique, Joseph (Gobernador)
Date: 
04-03-1809
Documentation: 
Santa Fe. 3 April 1809. 1p. Letter. Original. Signed.
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Salcedo, Nemesio to Chacon, Fernando. Informing Chacon that the audiencia of Guadalajara must confirm the sentence given to Manuel for attempted apostasy.

Author(s): 
Salcedo, Nemesio
Date: 
12-05-1804
Documentation: 
Chihuagua. December 5, 1804. 1 pages. Letter. Original. Signed.
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Mestas, Hario. Testimony given in the case against the curate and the Franciscan.

Author(s): 
Mestas, Hario
Date: 
10-05-1801
Documentation: 
Santa Fee. October 10, 1803. 3 pages. Representacion. Copy. Dct October 5, 1801 - 1803.
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Gonzalez, Dionicio/Barela, Ysidro. Sentence for horse theft, apostasy, and rape.

Author(s): 
Barela, Ysidro
Author(s): 
Gonzalez, Dionicio
Date: 
07-28-1800
Documentation: 
Santa Fe. July 28, 1800. 1 pages. Auto. Original. Signed.
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Dirucaca, Jeronimo. Proceedings in suit for criminal charges including witchcraft and murder.

Author(s): 
Dipucaca, Jeronimo
Date: 
05-08-1713
Documentation: 
Santa Fee. July 4, 1713. 45 pages. Auto. Causa criminal. Original. Signed. Dct May 8, 1713 - July 4, 1713.